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MARKETS.
McArthur Jan. 11.
-Buttei
per lb..
Green' Hinv
" " Shoulders,
u Sides..
16
6
4
5
Brooms, v 8u30
Beans, W,. V.... 1.50
Coffee,...." 15
Candle....... SO
Cheese, 15
Cloverseed 606
Corn 40a50
Errs pel doz 15
Flour pel hun. 400
Flour .per bbl 69,50
Flax Seed ..75
Feathers,.. 40
Fish. White.... 8
" Mackerel,.
Hides '
BalO
5u'J
."Oilron,.
Leather,-. .....lSuSl
Lard pel lb.... 8
Molesse pr gal. 30u40
Nails, 3d to iOd, al2
Oats, 40
Potatoes, Irish. ' 100
Peacne8, D., '2,20
Pork prewt .. 4,00
Sugar N. O., fc
Loaf, 121
Crushed,- 10al2
Salt, per bbl 3,50
" Table, pi Sack, -25
Soap per lb 3a5
Teas, Y. II, 75
' Imperial ftlOO
Tallow. 10
Wheat per bu. 1,40
4iWoolperlb...-25a40
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE
No. 1 Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, Jan. 11, 1854.
Apples, Dried".. 12
Brooms pr doz fc2a30G
Bacon Hams per lb. 1C
" Shoulder ' 6
" Sides fi.
Beans, W, per bit. 1,75
Candles, mould- 151
Star 24
Cotton Yarns-... J64
Cheese.W.E. lb.lOall
Coffee, Rio- 12 i
Cloverseed,. 7.00
Flour pi bbl $7,75
Feathers pr lb..... 40
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,00
Jfun, ui pr id
" Mackerel 12o2 1
Lard pi lb...... .!
Molasses, N. O. gal. 2
" S. H. " 40
' Q.S. " BU
Nails,-. 10 to 8J tl)
Sugar N. 0.." C
Loaf 9
Crushed-. 10
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 55
leas, loose tu packs.
Y. H.,lb. 45al00
" Imper'l,. 75
" Gunp'wdei 85
Tobacco M &K. cav.25
Ya. cav... 20ol5
Oil. Lard ureal... 60
Oil, Linseed " 00
Oats pr, bu.... i'O
Peaches.DneU... 2.UU
Potatoes, Irish.. 125
Saleratuspr lb... 0u5J
allow pi ID.... II
Tar pr bbl. B,B0
timothy seed, ZJaJiO
Wheat pr bu.-... 1,25
Whiskey, Common 30
" Mun'helu, 55
live, .... 60
UN DRIES.
COAT, Vest, Dress anJ Shirt Buttons;
Tuck, Fine and Dressing Combs;
Ivory, shell and horn do.;
Horn, Rubber, Puff, Buffalo and Hair
Pins; Spool Cotton, all colons and
qualities; Patent and Shoe Threads;
Uun cap, Hooks and Eyes;
Silk and Twist; Purses of all kinds;
100 doz Port Monies, assorted;
Cloth, Huir, nail end tooth Brushes;
Germs n t nd Engl ish Pins;
. Gold, PUted anil Common Jewelry;
Sewing Birds; Work boxes and Baskets;
Knives, Scissors; and Spoons;
Jews Hurps and Harmonicas;
Toys, jlccoideons, Violins and String?;
Fancy Soaps ami Perfumery;
Tens und Holders; Cap, Letter Nolo Pajyjr;
White and colored Envelopes; Dominoes,
Cards and Dice; Backgammon Boards;
Tranlparent ond Common Slates; Lead
and Slate Pencils; Tape.Shoeuud Corset
Laces; Suspenders; Bonnet Wire; -.
Tobacco iJuxes; Wlmleboue;
Mticheii and Soaps; Ruium
ud Sirojm; Carpet Bind-
nig and jleuther heud
.lacks; Husicy;
ili;ve and
IMilts, a ;od
?Bortiiini; Tin
Foil Plug Tobacco;'
anew lot o! Zephyr Worst-.
ed; ni id a host ol oilier arlides
too numerous to pttrticulanze, which will be
offejed lor sale ui small iirulim.
Jan. 12, lb55.-u K. D.lViSON.
LATE Allll IV MS OF
YANKEE NOTIONS!
I he Just received a lurgestock of potions.
X comprising all articles usuully kept in
stores ol this ciscripliou; consisting in part
of the following articles. Dealers will luiil
it to their interest to examine my tick le.orj
purchasing ebewlit rejas Irom long experience
m the busmen. I fi el confident 1 can olfer
iiii'u i-mcnis. Beeswax geuseiig and feathers
tuki n at ihcii hbtH tuuii.et prices.
K. DAVISON.
Next to the Valley Bank, Chillicotlie, 0,
January 12th, lfcM. tf.
Cicars! Ctos!! Ctaars!!!
f I HE Fuhfciber ould respectfully inform
M- Dealers that lie is now manufacturing a
tupcrior article of Ciders, which he warrants
are composed of the best Havana, Cuba and
Yarrow Tobacco. As there is no article in
merchandise on which there is more cheating,
dealers will find it to their interest to pur
chase the cigars where they will have an op
portunity ol returning them if not satisfied,
.as all cigars purchased from me tan be return
ed if nut giving perfect satisfaction. " '"
A good assortment of low-priced Cigars
always on hand, at the Notion Store.- -
Jan. 12, '05. K. DAVIDSON.
jams .runs ELL,
. EXCLUHIVF.LY WHOLESALE DEALER IS
FANCY AND. STAPLE DRY GOODS,
WEIOTARE, IBM AND CLASS.
Dcember, December,
1854. ' 1831.
. NEW GOODS!
HAVING made very late purchases, at ex
tremely low prices; I hae the cheapest,
nnd probably the leot stock cf
DRY GOODS & QUEENSWRE
In the West; to which 1 invite the attention
of cash and responsible buyers.
JAMES PURSELL.
Portsmouth, 0 Dec: 22. 1854. '
Come One! Come All!!
ALL persons know i n g the m pel ves i n deb led
to the Firm . of Swepston & Allison,
will please call soon and settle, by paying the
ready Jons, or giving their Notes, the former
would be far preferable, as we are much in
need of money. . The Books will be Fettled
by John Swewpston, at the McArthur House.
aS'j.&s.swEPSTox'sas
At PnATTsviMi, wish to purchafe Hid
vrnicn tne Highest Market price will be gven
January 5, 1855.. tf.
McAUTllDK U0LSE.
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO
JOHN SAYEPSTON,
Stage Office, nnd Treasurer's-Office, kept
the 'McArthur House."
fXJ" Horses and Buggies for hire, at
Mc Arthur nous. . . :
December 1st, 1854. . 4mo. . :
DLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES
13 and all Blanks required under the Jiu
tides' Code.for Justices of tht Peace, ar.t con
stantly hert on nana ana tor sate oy
DEMUTH& Co.
or. ?4,151.-Wr. , . . v. ;
for
at
the
COUNTING HOUSE ALMANAC
COUNTING HOUSE ALMANAC For the Year 1855.
H
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18S.
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Jauuary.
1
8
15
22
29
B
12
19
26
2
9
16
23
30
6
13
20
27
6
13
20
27
3
10
17
24
1
8
15
22
29
B
13
19
26
3
10
17
24
31
7
U
21
23
3
10
17
24
31
7
14
21
23
7
14
21
23
4
11
13
25
1
8
IB
22
1
8
15
22
29
5
12
19
26
3
10
17
B
12
19
20
2
9
16
23
2
9
16
23
30
6
13
CO
27
4
11
13
25
1
8
15
2J
29
6
13
20
27
3
10
17
24
31
6
13
20
7
14
21
28
4
11
18
25
27
Fcbunry.
3
10
17
24
3
10
17
21
31
7
11
21
23
5
12
19
26
2
9
16
23
30
7
14
21
March.-
4 B
11 12
18 19
25 26
April. 2
"8 9
15 16
22 23
29 30
May.
6 7
13 14
20 21
27 28
Junc.--..-
3 4
10 11
17 18
24 25
July. l 2
8 0
K 16
22 23
9 30
4
II
13
25
2
9
16
23
30
6
13
20
27
4
11
18
25
1
8
15
22
29
B
12
19
26
24
31
7
14
21
28
B
12
19
28
Augtiif.
3
9
16
23
30
6
13
20
27
4
11
3
12
19
6
13
20
27
3
10
17
21
1
8
15
2i
29
5
12
19
26
3
10
17
18
25
26
September.
2
4
11
18
25
2
9
16
23
30
6
13
20
27
4
11
13
25
7
14
21
28
8
15
9
16
23
30
T
14
21
22
29
October.-
3
10
17
24
31
7
14
4
11
18
25
1
8
15
22
29
6
13
20
27
3
12
19
26
2
9
10
23
30
7
14
21
23
6
13
20
28
November.
1
11
18
21
23
B
12
19
26
25
December.
2
9
16
23
20
2!
31
I
COUNTING HOUSE ALMANAC For the Year 1855. The Indice for the year 1855 is 4.
ISB1CE1 OF THE MOKTJIS.
lime.. I
I
Sept. and Dec..-
April and Jtiy, 3
Jan. and Oct., 4
May, 5
August, fi
Feb., March Nor., -0
To ascertain, what
'INDICES
TO THE DAYS
S.m.l
Sunday, 1
2,Moii(liiy,"
Tuesday..
Wednesday,
Thursday,
Friday.
iturJy,
of the week a given
3
day cf the year will fall on, the value of the
above table to the busiuesa man, is incalcula
ble. Clerks of Courts, and others fixing re
tiunof writs &c, on a fiven day of any
month of the year 1S55, weds no Almanac
with this table but the one on this sheet.
RuleAdd the day given, the Indice of
the month and Indice ol the year; divide by 7,
(the darsof the week) and the remainder will
be the day of the week required, counting
from Sabbath as first.
J. U. fcWETLAHD. .
B.C. COGSWKLL.
h SWETLAXO & COOTEL
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AND TANNERS & CURRIERS,
MAIN STREET, McARTM'R, OHIO
ANNOUNCES to their friends and the
public, that they have formed a co-part-ncrtliip
for five years, in the above bushier.
; BOOTS AND SHOES;
Mens', Womens', Boys' and Youths', of every
variety will be kept constantly on hand, and
made to order at the shortest possible notice,
uml mi the most liberal terms.
TANNING (f- CURRY JNG.-b oilier
of nil kinds; Sole, Upper, Kip and Calf Skins,
kept constantly on hand ond lor sale at ll.e
lowest figures.' Persons bringing Hides can
have them Tanned on the shares.
Cry Hides and Tan Burk wanted at nil
times, for which the highest prices will be
.December Hi, Joiii. ti.
FAMYMEDlGliXES!
S, S. DEMUTH & CO.,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, O.,
KEEP, constantly on hand the following
Genuine and Popular Medicines:
PILLS. .
Seller's Liver Pi Us, Dr. I-ee's Tills.
W ORM MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Jones McL's do.
: COUGH SYRUP.
Seller's Iinp'l C. S. Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup.
LINIMENTS.
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N.&B. Liniment.
Sloan'a Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Relief do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Katha iron, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Cologne
Castor Oil, Sweet Oil,
British Oil, Oil nf Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicanicntum.
Also. Godfrey's Cordial, Batesman's Drops,
Sloan's Condition Powder: and Essences of
all kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, ami war
ranted to be genuine.
December 'i'J, '51. Cm.
DAUOEKKEOTYrC FICTUltLS
TAKEN IN SFLENID STYLE) AS
WELL IN CLCUDY AS . CLEAR
WEATHER!
r J. EDWARDS, of Cincinnati, has the
JL pleasure to inform the .citizens of Mc
Arthur, and 6iirrounrin2 country, that he in
i i . .i . ,i
teniis remaining neie lor a mini hum-, ouu
has taken rooms at Sisson J" Hulbort'g Hotel,
for the purpose of taking Daugeireotype Lil:
er.esses. in the hiahcsl style of the art; produc
ing a clear, life-like lone-and a brilliancy of
expression, that cannot fail to give" satisfac
tion. VH nd looK at specimens. .
A largeassortmentol Lockets, Breastpins,
I lard we re and plain Case on hanu.v
Mr. Edwards has a vefV liowerfuV iiistru
ment on purpose for aged persons and young
children.'
. Don't forgel that Mr. E. can make fine pic
tures, let the veallier be clauqy'.ot Clear.
OOP Charges extremely low. . ,
Dec. 8th, 1854. tf. '
! 1 STRAW Cv TTERS
OAYANKEE Straw Cutters,' from 6? to
AJ ftl2; received et the Gilt Anvil. .
' DENNING, CAMPBELL fit CO
Jtily 39. WJ..I
I : I
- THE GREEK SLA VE!
BACCHANTE, VENUS, FLORA, HEBE,
AND THE DANCING GIRL.
rpnE above celebrated Statues, together
A with fifteen Statuettes in Bronze, and
several hundred magnificent Oil Paintings,
form the collection of nrizes to be distributed
among the members of the Cosmopolitan Art
. ..L.n . ii-.-i...: :..
Association ai me iirsi annual iwsmuuuuii.iu
January next.
The Cosmopolitan Art and Literary
Association,
Organized for the Encouragement and Cen
tral Jhjjiwon of Literature and liu tine
Arts on a new and original jilan.
Ihis Donular Art Association is designed to
encourage and popularize the Fine Arts, and
disseminate wholesome Literature throughout
the country. A Gallery of Art is permanent
ly founded", and will contain a valuable col
lection of Paintings anil atatuary, tur the an
nual distribution of each year. The best
Literature of the day, will be issued to sub
scribers, consisting of the popular Monthly
Magazines, Keviews, kc.
Ihe Committee of Management have the
pleasure of announcing that the First Annual
Distribution will take place on the 30th Jan
uary next, at which time will be distributed
or allotted to memlers several hundred Works
of Art.amone, which is the original and world-
rennwnea statue ol t lie u reek slave, by Hiram
rowers, costing over live thousand dollars!
together with the beautiful Statues of Venus,
Bacchante, Hebe. Flora and the Dancing Girl;
and iifteen Statuettes in Bronze.imported from
Paris: also.a larce collection of Oil Paintings,
comprising some of the bext productions ol
celebrated American and Foreign Artists.
the Literature issued to sunsenners consists
of the following Monthly Magazines: Harp
ers, Putnam s, Knickerbocker, isiack woods,
Gruham s, Magazine of Art, and Godcy s La-
f s jJool:, und the Quarterly Keviews re print
I in New York: Edinburgh, Westminister,
London Quarterly, and North British.
ILIA till! Ulli IIBBLVT UAll-ISJl a.
The payment of three dollars constitutes
anvonu a member of this Association, and
entitles him to either one of the above Maga
zines for one year, and also to a ticket in the
distention of the Statury and Painting;,
w hich are to ue allotted to members in Janu
ary.
Persons taking five memberships are enti
tled to any five of the Magazines one year,
and to six tickets in the distribution.
Persons, on becoming members, can have
their Magazine commence with any month
they chouse, and rely on its being mailed to
them promptly on the first of every month,
direct from the New York and Philadelphia
rublishers.
LlTl ELL'S LIVING AGE, HVf.Zy, is fur
nishedone year and two memberships for fcfi
The net proceeds derived from the sale ol
memberships, are devoted to the purchase of
Works ol Atl lor the ensuing year.
Books open to receive names o. the Eastern
office, New York, or Western office, Sindus-
ky.
The Gallery of Art is located at Sandusky
(tho Western office of (lie Association,) where
tupcrb Granite Buildings have been erected
lor it, and in whose spacious saloons the splen
did collection of Statuary and Tannings aie
exhibited.
The advantages secured by becoming a mem
bcr of this Association are
1st. All persons receive the full value
of
their subscription at the start, iu the bhape of
sterling magazine Literature.
2d. Each member is contributing toward
purchasing choice Works of Art, which are
to be distributed among themselves, and are u
the same Unit encouraging the .lrlists of the
country, disbursing thousands o! dollars thru
its awncy.
Persons in remitting funds for membership,
will please give their posi ofiice addre-s in
mil, stating the month they wish the Alaua
zine to commence, and write the word '"Keg
islered on the envelop to prevent loss, on the
receipt of which, a certificate of membership
together with the magazine desired, will be
forwarded to any part of the country.
Those who purchase Magazines ut Book
stores will,ob;eive that by joining this asso
ciation, they receive the Magazine and Tree
Ticket in the annual distribution, all at the
same price they now pay lor the Magazine
alone.
Persons subscribing any time before the 30th
of January, urc eutillid to the Maguxinisfur
Ifcij.
CLOSING OF THE BOOIvS!
Subscriptions will be rereived up to the 30th
January, at which time the distribution will
tal.e plurc.
HluUrutcd Dcicriplict Cutaloguea of the
whole collection to be 'distributed, will be
sent free of tliurgc on application.
tO" Olliccs el "ihe Association! the Knic
keibocker Magazine oMYe,JS I Broadway, New
York, und at No, 10ti, ater St. Sandusky,
Ohio. Address, (at either office.) for mem
berships, C. L. DERBY, Actuary C. A & L. A.
Dec. 2'Jht, 1654. 3a.
mm J. ELLIOTT,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER,
One door East of D. D.T. Hakd's Store,
II AM DEN, OHIO,
RESPECTIVELY announces to the eft
citizens of 1 1 AM HEN. and vkiiv rul
ity that lie has permanently locaed at Hmu
dhii, nnd has comnif nerd the ninind'acturiiig
of Boots and Shoes; M.-us', omens', and
Childrtus'. of svi-ty var'.etv. AH woik war
ranted, nnd nmitc ut the shortest notice.
Prices to suit the times. Repair dune with
ncoti!csond dispatih.
December. Ml, Ifadl. omo.
II7Z. LI A M OR A VE S E S TA TE.
EIOTICE is lierebv gxn thai John
I jj Graves has been appointed and qual
ified as .adminisirMor of the Estate of
William Graves deceased, late of Vin
ton County, Ohio. JOHN GRAYS.
Jan. 5, 1655. 3v
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
Jsasc H. Envderi Plaintiff! 1
against Attachment
G. W. Tucker, Defendent. )
rPHEsu'd defendent G. W Tucker, will
JL take notice that the said plaintiff caused
an order of attachment to be issued eginst the
goods, and chattels, stocks, or interest in
stock1, rights, credits, moneys and effects
ihe defendent, on the 4th day ol December.
ISSJ.byJ. W. Swepston, a Justice of the
Peace within and for the township of Elk,
county of Vinton, and Stute of Ohio, lor the
sum of fifteen dollars, with interest from the
1st day of November, A. D. IS54, w hich cause
will he for hearing before said Justice, on the
2Cth day ofJauuury, 1S55.
ISAAC II. SNYDER.
Dec. 15155b.-3w, ,
Good Farm for Sale.
THE subscriber offers for sale ICO acres
land, to wit: The North-east quarter
of Section 31, in Jackson tp., Vinton comity.
Ohio. There is about CO acres cleared, and
in a good Eta te of Cultivation; Lime-stone
soil; a hewed log House; a good Barn; young
Orchard; and lies about two miles North
Allensville in said county.
A good, bargain, will be given in the above
Farm, if application, be -made soon. For
terms. &c, apply on the premises.
i ANDREW J. BURC1IARD.
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Tht Slate of Ohio, Vinton County,
Simeon II. Tilton, Guar." Probate Cour.
dian of Elizabeth, WiJ. 1 ....
Ham and Sarah Burns, f Pel,,,on 10
EP"'te. . J sell Land.
LT
Y virtue of in order of tale to me
directed, from the Probate Court of
said vinton county, in the above case I
will as Fb id Guardian, on Saturday, the
3rd day of February. A. D., 1955. bo
tween the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M..
and 4 o'clock, P. M of said day, offer
for sale, at public Audio l, upon the
premises, the Interest of the above na.n-
ed Elizabeth, William, a n 1 Sarah; be-
ng tbre equal undivided fourth parts
of the following described premise, sit
uated in the said county of Vinton, to
wit: The South-west quarter of the
North-vest quarter of Section No. three,
Township No. Ten, Range Nn. tighteeu,
containing forty acres, more or less,
Also, the North east quarter of the
North-wf3t quarter, of the Section,
Township end Range, aforesaid, con
taining lorty acres, more or less;
which said realty is subject to the dower
estate of Hannah Gough, late widow of
Patrick Burns, deceased; appraised at
683 33, each share, anJ which will be
bold on tbe following Terms, to wit:
One Third of the purchase moner in
hand, the balance in two equal annual
payments, with interest from the day of
sale. SIMEON H. TILTON.
Jan. 5, 1855 4w Guardian &c.
We are requested to say that a full
and perfect title can be obtained for the
above realty, as the Widow's interest
and the other fourth part can be bought
at the same time by the purchaser.
E. A. BRATTON.
AHy. for Peti'n.
GUARDIANS SALE OF REALESTATE
Slate of Ohio, Vinfon County.
Simeon H. Tilton, Probate Court.
Guardian of Wm. Petition to tell
Bums, Ex parte. J Land.
j i viatic or an orncr oi sate to mc
U directed, from the Probate Court of
said Vinton county, in the above caee.
will, as such Uuardion, on Saturday,
the dd Cay ol February, A. D. 1855, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock A. M.
and 4 o'clock. T. M on taid day, offer
for sale at public Auction, upon the
premises, vituated in said cotintr of
Vinton, the following Real Estate, to
wit: The North West qnarter, of the
North West quarter, of rction number
Three.Township number Ten, and Range
number Eighteen, containing forty acres
more or less. Appraised at $250. On
th following Terms, to wit: One third
cash in hand, and the balance in two
equal annual payments, with interest
from the day of Sale.
SIMEON II. TILTON.
Uuardian, f-c.
Jan'y, 5, 1855 4w
NOTICE IN ATTACHMENT.
Andrew Wolf, Plaintiff;"
against L Attachment.
Alfred Patlersun, Deft; J
THE said defedant, Alfred Patterson,
will take notice that the eaid plau
lilT caused an order of attachment to
issued against ihe goods, chattels, .'locks,
or intcren in stocks, rights, credits, mo
neys and effects of the defendant, on Ihe
6th dr-y of December, 1654. by J. W.
Swepston, a Justice of the PeBce, with
in and for the township nf Elk, county
of Vinton, f-.-r the sum of eight dcllars
and twenty cents debt, and twenty doh
lars, the probable cost of this action,
which cause will be for heating before
said Justice on the 1st day of l'ebnsry,
1655. ANDREW WOLF.
Dec. 22, 1S54. 3w.
ol
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SHERIFFS' SALE.
BY virtue of an order of sale to me di
rected from the Court of Common
Pleas w ithin and for the County of Vin
ton, and State of Ohio, in the case of Wil
liam V. Miller against John C. Watson
and Sarah Watson, I will cell at public
Auction at the door, of the Court House
in said County of Vinton, on the 20th
day of Janurary A D. 1855, between the
hoi.rs of 10 o ctock A. M. and 4 o'clock
P. M. of said day the following descrbed
real estate to w it: In Lots numbers three
3 and four 4 in the town of Aliens-
ville, County of inton, and State
Ohio, as the property of the said John
C. WatMJii and Sarah WaUon, to satisfy
said deuce in favor of taid Wjll.r.n V.'.
Miller.
Lot No. 3 eppraised at 305 CO. Lot
No. 4 appraised at 620 CO. Terms
saie, cash in hand.
WILLIAM TISUE. S. V. C. O,
Dec. 15. 1S54. 5w.
S.ILE OF SCHOOL L.i.M).
0N the 20th day of January, A.
1605. between the hours of ten o'
ci.u k, A. M.. and three o'clock, P. M.,
of said day, at the door cf the Court
House in McArthur, in the County
Vinton, and State cf Ohio, I will offer
for sale at public auction, to be sold
the highest bidder, and for at least
sum equal to the appraised value, the
following premises situated in original
surveyed township number nine, (Vin
ton township) in said county of Vinton;
to wit: The South West quarter of sec
tion sixteen (10) in the township afore
said, iange sixteen (IG) of the Ohio Com
pany's Purchase, being land granted
the Congress of the Uuited Stales
school purposes, containing one hundred
and sixty acres moe or less. Appraised
at ninety cents per acre. T?rms one
twelfth of the punhac money in hand
on the day of sale, and the belance
eleven equal annual iustallments with
annuit interest thereon, from (be day
sale. JOSEPH MAGEE.Aud.
Vinton Co., Ohio.
Dec. 15, I 54. Gw.
LEWIS IiAMEFS ESTATE.
tjOTICE is hereby give that James
y mey. Executor of the last Will and
testament of Lewis Ramey, late of Vin
ton county, deceased; has filed his ac
counts and vouches in the Probate Court
of said county, for inspection and par
till settlement, and that said accouts
will be passe upon by said court, on
20th day of January, 1855.
B. P. HEWITT, Pro. Judge.
Dec. 22. 1854. J w. ; ' -
JOIIIV OHK.oT every deccriutioo neatly
executed, at this (XEe. ..?'.'.
WHOLESALE BOOT AND
xnu. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK. FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH.tOHlO. .
II AVE just received their extensive FALL STOCK, consisting of U the latest styles and
fashions. Our Stock havingbee!! purchased direct from the manufacturers, principally
for cash, with great care in the selection of quality anJ sizes adopted to the Western trade. w
are enabled to offer superior inducements this Fall, and are determined not to be undersold
by any regular house either in New York. Philadelphia or Baltimore. ' ' i '
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots fend S:.oes will be found ft targasnd well tes
ted stock of HATS AND CAPS. , .
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants and Furnace Ownaci visiting out city,
are invited to call and examine for themselves.
. TO THE LADIES. ,
We are now manufacturing t superior article
Slipjtera. Having procured some of the best
ply lliose w no waul custom work.
LEATHER. . ,
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather. 12.00 lbs. No. I TYhite Sole Leather. 30 don
French 'Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawford's Skins,
r niuiiigs aiways on nana and lor sale at tne
j miliary su. ioi. Ijr.
SHOE-WAREHOUSE,--
of Ladies' and Misses' Gtiteri. BusVir.n ni
workmen in the West, we are prepared to tup-
10 dozen Kip Skins. Upper leather, and Sho
toweu market price. , .
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of
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CLOTHING
A New supply, and fine assortment, of
substantial and Fancy Clothing, just
received and for sale at
8TERNBERGER& SIi'?7ER'S.
Nov. 2454. tf.
PORK, TALLOW AND RAGS.
SS. DEMUTH 6- CO., want Pork, for
which they will pay the highest prices.
Tul'ow at 1 1 cents per lb.. Rags at 4 cents
per lb., Butter at 10 cents per lb.; Dried
Apples at ki uu per bushel, Lard at v cts.
per Id., and all other kinds ol Produce at the
same rates.
D.c. 8th. 1854. 6mo.
MORE BOOKS!!
Shakespeare, large
edition. Douna in ,
't4 fine Morocco, with
Ittuutilul plates; containing Venus and Adon
is, nnd other poems.
Byron s Life and Writ inc. bound in good
style, with numerous engravings.
History oi umo, witn piutes. q-c.,by Howe.
Life and Writings of Mrs. Partington.
Young Man's Book of Know ledge.
Life of Christ, by Fletcher.
Robert Bruce, the Hero Kine: together with
a general assortment of Books and Stationary
of all kinds; forEaleat
DEMUTH & CO S.
Dcc.Cih, 1354. GY.io.
PEHUAM'S TIMID GIFT EATEKPHISl
Go.OOO Tickets nlrendy Sold.
CALL FOR FINAL
MASS MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS,
To dotertnln, on tho dlipoiitlon of lh
GIFT PROPERTY
To Shareholders.
At a meeting of the Shareholders tn Per
ham's Third Gilt Enterprise, held on the 27th
of July, the following resolution was qddopt
ed: "Resolved: That so soon as it is asscer
taided that SO.OOt'of the Gift Tickets issued
by Mr. Perharn in his Third Enterprise, are
sold, trie iommittee shall call the sliarchold-
ers together at the most convenient place, for
the purpose of instructing said Committee in
regard to the manner ol disposing of the G ift
Property,"
Having learned from Mr. Terham that GO.
OOO of said tickets were sold, and that in all
probability the remaining 20.000 called for by
the ubove resolution, wouln be sold by (he 1st
day of January next, we have determined in
accordance with the above opinion, to call
mass meeting of the shareholders, ot some
place to be h. reafter named, on the 17th day
of January, 1855, for the purpors designated
oy me resolution.
ROBERT BEATY, Jr. )
J. LATHROP, Com:jitt.
B. S. ADAMS, 3
CCr 100,000 Titkita only at 81 euch
uillbttold,tachtichel will admit four per
rons, all ut once, or portions at dijfertl times,
to I'crham'a Burlesque Opera llovit, 003
IlitoAnwAV, New Yojik.
Or to his other establishments, in various
parts ol the country. Kuril purchaser of one
of these tickets will receive a certificate en
titling them to one share in 100,000 costly &
valuable gifts; a list of which hasolr'eady been
published. Persons can obtain (he 6a me in
circular form, by addressing a note to the pro
prietor, Now' the time to rurclinsc Tiiicts.
Iu order that the 100,000 Tickets may be
disposed of by the thime specified, the suhsci
ber oflers the following inducements for per
sons tog?t up Clubs.
Each person who gets up a club of teu
subscribers, and forwaids (10) ten dollars to
'.his office, will receive by Mail or other con
veyances, eleven tickets.
Each persons who sends (at one time)
one hundred dollars, will have sent in like
in like manner one hundred and fifteen tick
ets. And all larger sums in extra proportion,
If it should happen that all the tickets arc
sold when the order is received, the money
will be returned at our expense for postage.
(QT All orders for tickers should I ad
d tested to JOSI AH TER1IAM, 6G3 Broad
way. N. Y.
My fourth Enterprise will be advertised as
soon us the third one .is closed. The tickets
are already printed.
THE OHIO FARMER FOR 1655.
THIS elegant and popular Weekly Agricul
tural Family Newspaper will commence its
Fourth VoluniH on the first of January, 1S55.
1 1 will be illustrated, as usual, with numer
ous engravings of Domestic Animals, Farm
Buildings, Farm Implements, Trees, Shrubs,
and all the important affairs connected with
Horticulture, Agriculture, and Stock. .
Each number will contain besides, Foreign
and Domestic News, selections from the most
interesting publications of the day. Stories,
it, History, iiiograpny, I'oetry, fssays on
various Subjects,- Market Reports of Cleve
land, New York, Cincinnati, 6-c. In short
nothing will be left undone, which may
thought necessary to render "The Ohio Far
mer." the best Family paper for the Farmer,
Gardener, and Stock Breeder, that is publish
ed in the United Slates. That its circulation
may be general we have made the terms low.
Terms of the Farmer, (invariably in ad
vance. Single copies, one year, t2; Three
copies, one year, f5; Five copies, one year,
&S; Ten copies, one year, 815; One copy, ?ix
months, SI; t ive copies, six months, &; leu
copies, six months. 68.
"Volustart Agents are entitled to retain
lilty cents commission on each yearly, ami
twenty five cents on each semi-yearly subscri
ber, except in the case of Clubbs. ,
A. Uui)t ol n'e subscribers at $S, will en
title the person making it P to a copy for sh
months; a Club of Ten; at 615, to a copy
ouo year.
JjOO Hides Wanctd!
(GREEN OR DRIED.)
For which we. will pay 4 8 Cents per
S. S. DEMUTH & CO.
December 22nd. 1&64. if.
LOOK
HERE
JOHN 8WEmo tAMOEL SWTTSTOS.
J& S. SWEPSTON hare opened
stock of Gooda at FEATTSV1LLE,
Call and tee for yourselves,- ;
Dec. 1st, 1854. 6mo. .
HATS 6i CAPS, of every quality and eitle,
fvt received and tor tele cheaper tnm
rm. af M "
' Nov.Jt. M, v.
DEMUTH c CO-S.
a
be
for
lb.
fine
O.
1AM now selling off the mainderof my
winter stock of "clothing it reduced pri
ces, in order to make room I Spring Mock
Feeling myself under many 6 fetions for the
very liberal patronage that I ive received iri
the short space of time that J have, been in the
business, I would also add, that I intend re
maining permanently in the tralc, and would
be pleased to continue to receive additional
calls from mv friends and th mihlie ffenerallr.
as I shall certainly give satisfaction to all that
may lavor me witn a call.
JOS. C. GILBERT.
ronTBMOPTH, Jan. 20. 1854. tf. '
S. tf- H. V. Railroad. ,.
S. R. Ross, Wholesale Grocer, Portsmouth,
Ohio, invites the attention of Merchants, Fur
nace Proprietors and Traders, of Vinton and
adjoining counties, who may visit Portsmouth
fur supplies, to his large and valuable assort
ment ot Groceries, and offers them at the few
est prices. He will also receive and forward
Goods, arriving by River, by the earliest train;
and receive consignments of Produce &c, in
tended for shipment, or sale in this market.
All letters ol inquiry, as to the spirit of our
markets, answered promptly.
Address, S.R.ROSS. "
Portsmouth Jan. 20. 1954. It ''
11
Scioto and II. Y. Railroad
On, and after Tuesday, August 4th, t854
Trains will. run ai follows to-wit:
Train No. I will leave Portsmouth els) b
clock A. M. arid arrive at Jackson at 12 o'clock
M. Returning leave Jaekson at 2 o'clock P.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 6 o'clock T.
M.
Trains No. 2 leave Jackson at 7 J o'clock A.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock Ar
M. Returning leave Portsmouth at 2 P. M.
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock f. M. ,
J. W. WEBB. Superintendent '
May 5, '54. tf. Ic251. , ,t
XEW WATCH, JEWELMa;
Fancy lJk StorG, !
osit BraUoniUrT office.' . ''
MAIN ST. McARTHUR, OHIO.J -rpiIE
subscriber has permanently Idckted
J. in McArthur and opened a good assorted '
stock of,.
Clocks, XYutchtS, Jewelry, and Fancy Artlcla,";
consisting in part of Clocks of every variety,
cold ii Silver Watches, Levers, Escapmenti,
La pec ns and Quai tiers, &c. Gold ana Met al
io Pens. Spectacles, Seals, Mottoes, Pocket
Books, Tort Monies, etc:. Also Jewelry, such
as Ladies and Gents, Pins and Finger Kingn, ,
Lnr kets, Ear Rings .and Drops, ana other ar
ticles to tedious to mention all for aalaat
the lowest cash prices. -
Clocks & Watches cleaned end repaired
at short notice, and warranted if well used
to kesp time, Jewelry of all kinds repaired in
the best manner. Having been in the trade a
numbe: ot years 1 know I can give my custo
mers good work, at reasonable prices.
A. STAHLBERO.
July 23 lS54-fmo. -
G'00:D !
E. P. B0TIIV7EL
McARTHUR, OHIO.
WISHES to inform U.e citizens of this
community, that he is now manufac- ,
luring, k keeps on hand, a very superior article)
of beadstt-aris, also a good assortment, of
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES
fee all of which he offers for Eafe on reasona
ble lerrtis.
TURNINO of all kinds that ia likely to
be needed in this Country executed with neat
ness and dispatch; he is also prepared to man
ufaclure bench screws and hand screws of var- .
ious sizes. Tne patranage of the Public. It .
respectfully wlicted.
July 21 54 6mo. .
Tho Cars arc Coming -
3
Mamtlen, fl.r .
Adopts thlsmodbof informing his friends,'
and the public, generally, that he Is constantly
receiving fresh supplies of Goods, of every dei-'
cription such as are usually kept In a general
variety store, consisting in part, of
Dry Goods, Gro-xriea, ...
Hardware, Queenswara,
. Yankee Notions, &c, ,
All of w hich were purchased in the Eastern
Markets, at the very lowest cash priori and,
will be sold on the same terms.
Every body should Know
That I will sell Goods at cash prices and 25
per cent, lower than ever before sold in thia
Market. Also: A lot of Common and Fine
iiinrnn iT mraffri,
i ! iii i f ill;
Villi. Ul II
Consistiug ia part, f Men and Boyg Dre
Coats, Over-ccu and Summer Coats, together- -withPan'i,
Vests, Stocks, Hats, Caps, ftr- j
And iso:Ger.tlemens' and Ladies Boota and
Shoes, of every description; all of which will
be sold at prices to suit purchasers. Call aud
See. Highest cash prices will be paid for all
kinds of Conntry Produce, i ' 'i t
JN. it. Merchants, t urnace Proprietors and.
Dealers, can be supplied with any quantity of
uooasat wnoiesaie, ana at prices that will
compare with the Eastern Market, and lower
than the same articles can be bought at TorpVv
mouth or Chillicothe.
July 21. lS54.-lf. " -TTi - t ,j
GEORGE SUTHFRLIN & CO.,
ACcNTB FOR. THE ALE.JuF
Virginia & Kentucky Manufactured I
' A U D A M V U
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Y -
No. 1. BccKEVE Block; FioVtSfi.
. . rrORTSMOlJTU, OHIO; X ii:
Cttobai 1, 1SI4.
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