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MARKETS.
Cincinnati Markets.
Cincinnati Markets. TELEGRAPHED FOR THE STATESMAN & DEMOCRAT.
CINCINNATI, Jan. 150—P. M.
Flour fe7 60 lo 7 75. Whisky if dull
at26c. Hogs are dull, with sales of
1300 head al $4 lo 4 50. Lard is in
good demand, w ith tales of 400 bbls
I rime at llie; 300 do head si 8c, and
tOO kegs prime at 8e. Green Hums lie.
P'l.lk mtnl told, to a limited exteul, at
4 J to Mc for Shoulders and Sides.
1,75 ,
15 I
Apples, 1).,
I'.UttlM per lb..
Green lliiuTS,""
" Shoulders,'
" ' Xi.l. s . . -
C
4 '
5'
Jiroouu,..
Beans, V.
8..30
1,50
Coffee,
15,
Caudles,
Cheese,
Ctoversecd
Corn-.
Eggs pel dpZ'
Flour pechun.
Flour .per bbl
Flax Seed '
Feathers,
Fish. White,-.
" Mackerel,"
Hides
1:0
IS!
. GOG
4Ua50!
...
400
e'J,50;Soap
...75;
...40
. fo 10
.... 4l
Mi-Arthur Jan. 13.
Iron, bu)
Leather, 1Sci31
I,urd per lb. 8
Molasses pr gal. 30u40
Nails, 3d to lOd, Gal2
Outs, 35
'Potatoes. Irish. 100
lVeci.es, D 2,20
Toikprcwt "" 4.C0
Sugar N. O., 8
" Louf, 121
Crushed, 10a 12
;Sull, ici bbl 3,50
! Table, pr Suck, -25
perlb 3u5
Teas. Y. II. 75
Imperial 6100
SjTallow, 12
Wheat per bu. 1,40
Wcolrerlb-..'25a40
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, Jan, 18, 1854.
Apples, Dried.."!2:
Broom's prdoz 2oo0(
Bacon Hams per lb. 11
' Shoulder (i
" Sides " f
Beans, W. perbu. 1,71
Candles, mould-. 1!
Star 2-1
Cotton Yarns- lb
Cheese.W.R. Ib.lOall
ColTee, Rio-. 124
Cloverseed.. 7.01
1. 1 i.i.i . . iw r'.
r lour i uui - it.
Feu tliera pr lb." CO
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,01'
Fish. Cod nrlb."" I
" Mackerel 61 2u2 1
Lard r lb.. t
Molasses. N. 0. cul. 2;
S. II. " 4C
G.S. " 50
Nulls, lUto 8.1 61 J
Euiar N. 0..." t
" Louf
' Crushed-. 10
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 55
leas, oose Am racks
Y.ll-.lb. 45al00
" Iinrer'l.' 75
" Gunp'wdci 55
Tobacco M&K.. cav.25
Ya. cuv... 20n45
Oil f.nrri ureal.. fcO
Oil, Linseed DO
On Is nr. nil. .'U
lVaclri'P.l)ried". 2,00
Potatoes. Irish.. 12 3
'-iti'.nwiuspr lb... !u51
"u uvv ni b..... II
farrr 5,50
1'iiuothy seed, t3o325
Wheut pr bu."" 1,25
vVl.i!.ev. Common 30
" Moii'hula, 55
' live, "..60
LATE ARRIVALS OF
YANKEE NOTIONS!
1 have just received a large stock of Notions
compiisiug all articles uniully kept in
tores oltliis cii:iiUiou; consisting in purl
ol the following articles. Dealers will (mil
it to their inteicst lo exuiniue my stock leforu
purchasing eifevvhere; as lioni lung ex; erieuce
in the business, I feel ci nliileut 1 uu offer
indiicemenls. lieeMvux gerisengond leathers
tike n at their highest niiiiiicl prices.
R. DAVISON,
Next to the Valley Punk, Cliillicollic, O,
Ja uwry 12th, IS.i.'i. tf.
& VADIUM.
COAT. Vest, Dress en t Shirt Buttons;
Tuck, Fine and Dressing Combe;
Ivory, theil uuil turn do.;
lloin, Rubber, Pi.li; Buffalo and Huir
Fins; Spool Cotton. u!l colors uml
ojiulities; Patent and Shoe Ttueade;
Gnu caps. Hooks mid Eves;
bi I. mid Tvv i.-t; .Purses il nil kinds;
100 dos I'ort Monies, assorted;
Cloth, Huir. nuil and lootli Brushes;
(iorrni u cud EnL.li.-li Tins;
Gold, Plated Mnl Ccmruon Jewelry;
Sewing Bird?; Work boxes and Baskets;
Knives, beissois; unit Spoons;
Jews llari s .'ii.l ILiruuiiiica;
To t, -rlict.rdt mis, Violins and Siring";
I'd ne j S.iups uint I'lrluiiit rj ,
lVnsi:ud Holders; CupJ'ter Note I'njr;
While and l oloicd Kuve!o;es; Dominoes,
Ciirdaund Diie; llackgammoii Hoards;
T;a.itpuienl and Coiiiiiiou Slates; Lead
iiiidSlale IVucils; Tiipe.Shueand Corset
Lace.s; Suspi'iule.isj li uiiiet Wire;
Tobacco i)ox s; Wh-ileboue;
Matc!ie3 u i id ko:i'S; KuZ"r
ainlS;ros; Curj.et Bind
ing and Leather head
I neks; Hosiery;
Gloves and
Mitts, a gol d
Bfiortmciit; Tin
Foil fc riug Tobacco;
a uew lol of Zephyr Vor.--t-td;
and a host ol oilier articies
too numerous to particularize, which will l
olfejtd lor sale al small profits.
Jan. 13, lb55.-tf. U. D.1V1S0N.
Cigars! Cigars!! Cigars!!!
f IHB suhseiler would lespeclfully inform
JL Dealers lint he is ni' manufuciuiiug a
t-uperior article ol Ci(.on, whii h he warrants
me compotcd of the best Havuna, Ciib.i and
Yarrow Tobucco. As theru is no article in
merchandise on which th- rc is more cheating,
dealers will find it to their iuteiesl' to pur
chase the cigirs whfie they will have an op
portunity ol returning ll.ein if not satisfied,
as all cigars purchaied frt in niecan be return
ed if nut giving. Hilett satisluelion.
A good ossurtment of low-priced Cigars
always on hand, at the Notion Store.
Jan. 12, '55. II. DAVIDSON.
JAMES PUKSELL,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEALER IN
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOOD?,
Ql'ELOTALE.
Drcember,
MM A0 CLASS,
December,
1851. 1331.
NEW GOODS!
HAVING made very late purcluFes, at ex
tremely low prices; 1 Iiuxe ihe cheapest,
und probably the beat stock of
DRY GOODS & QUEENS WARE
In the West; to which 1 invite the attention
of cash and respousible buyers.
JAMES ITRSELL.
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, 1S54.
Come One! Come All!!
ALL persons knowing themselves indebted
to the Firm of Swepsion & Allison,
will please call soon and set tie, by joying the
icudy Jons, or giving their Notes, the former
would be far preferable, as we are inucli in
i.ecd of money. The Books will be settled
by John Swewpslon.at the McArthur House.
At Fbattsville, with to purchare Hides for
w hich the highest Market price will be given.
January 5, 1855. tf.
HATS & CATS, of every quality and style,
just received and for sale cheaper than
ever, at riOlUTH &CO S.
.Nov. 21. '54. tf. ' '
JOII W OKU, of every descrintion. neatly
execid, al this O05ca. '. ' '
COUNTING HOUSE ALMANAC
For the Year 1855.
H
c
3 3 ?
.8.
1833.
2.
.2 2.
7 M
n
January.
1
8
15
22
20
5
12
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
7
14
21
28
7
II
21
28
4
11
18
25
4
11
13
25
1
8
15
22
1
8
15
22
29
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
Fcbiiury.
2
9
16
23
f
9
16
23
30
6
13
20
27
4
3
10
17
24
4
11
13
25
4
11
13
25
. I
8
15
22
20
6
13
20
27
6
13
20
27
3
10
17
24
1
8
15
22
29
5
12
19
26
5
12
19
20
2
9
16
23
30
7
14
21
23
march.'
3
to
17
24
31
7
14
21
28
5
12
19
April.
5
12
19
20
3
10
May,
2
9
6
13
20
27
3
10
17
21
. 1
8
U
22
Etf
a
12
10
11
18
25
1
8
15
22
29
6
13
0
27
3
10
17
24
31
16
23
30
6
13
20
27
4
11
18
25
1
8
15
22
29
5
12
19
20
17
24
31
7
14
21
28
5
12
19
26
2
9
16
23
26
June..
2
9
16
4
11
18
25
2
9
16
23
20
r
13
20
27
3
19
20
3
10
17
24
31
7
14
21
28
23
30
7
July.
14
21
28
Ausust.
4
11
18
25
2G
30
f.
13
20
27
4
11
18
ib
8
15
22
29
Scnlcinbcr.
o
4
II
18
25
2
9
16
23
30
G
13
20
27
4
11
13
25
7
14
21
9
10
23
30
7
It
21
28
10
17
21
1
8
15
22
29
5
12
15
22
23
5
12
19
20
2
9
16
23
20
7
14
21
23
29
October.
3
10
17
24
31
7
14
21
23
5
12
19
20
13
20
27
Norriu tn.
4
11
18
19
26
3
10
17
21
31
21
ib
2
0
16
23
30
Rccemlicr.
6
13
20
27
29
For the Year 1855. The Indice for. the year 1855 is 4.
INDICES OF THE HIOSTM3
INDICES TO THE HAVS
June.
1 auiiday,
Sept. utid Dec., 21
Monday
April and July, 2
Jan. and Oct., 4
lUC'Sitny
Wednesday,
May, 5
inufeauv
AllgUrt, (
Feb., March & Kov.,-1
ttYldilV,. .
.Saturday,
lo ascertain, what day of the week a given
day i f H e year will fall uu, "the value of the
above t.ibleto the businers man. is incalcula
ble. Clerks of Courts, Bud others fixing le
lutns of wiils ficc, on a riven day of any
month of the year 1855, needs no Almanac
with this table but the one on this sheet.
Etulc.--.dd the day given, thelndice of
me. mouth and Indue ol the year; divide by 7.
(the days of the weik)i'tid the remainder will
le the day of the week r.'ijuired, counting
fioinSubbath as first.
1
2
3
4
5
(
7
J. O. SWEfLAKD.
B.C. COUbUl.LL.
SWETLWD & COSSWEL
COOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AND TANNEFIS &. Cl'RRlEFvD,
MA.N STllLEr.McAin'IlUl, OHIO
ANNOUNCES lo their friends laid the
public, that tiiey have formed a co-part-ncndiip
lor five jears, in the above business.
BOOTS AND SHOES;
Mens', Womens', Boys' and Youths', of every
variety will bu kept constantly on h.jiid, and
made to orderat the shortest possible notice,
and on the most liberal terms.
TAbXING if- Cl'rtrtra'O. Leather
of all kinds; Sole, Upper, Kipand Calf Skins,
kept constantly on hand and for sale at the
lowest figures. Persons bringing Hides can
liuve them Tanned on the shures.
03" Hides and Tan Bark wanted at all
times, for which the highest prices will be
give a,
December 22, 1854. tf.
FAMILY MEDIGIKES!
S, S. CEMiSTi! & CO.
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, O.,
KEEP constantly on hund the following
Genuine und Popular Mcdiciues:
PILLS.
Seller's Liver Tills, Dr. Lee's Pills.
WORM MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermifugrt. Drs. Jones a McL's do.
COUGH SYRUP.
Seller's ImpT C. S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup.
LINIMENTS.
Lyon's N & B., Jones' N. & B. Liniment.
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Relief do,
FOR THE II AIR.
Lyon's Ivathairon, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau LV Cologne.
Casto Oil, Sweet Oil,
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicameutum.
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, and war
ranted to be genuine.
December 29, '51. 6m.
i)ai lieu ton ru ricnitrs
TAKEN IN FLEN;iD STYLE AS
WELL IN CLOUDY AS CLEAR
WEATHER!
DJ. EDWARDS, of Cincinnati, has the
pleasure to inform the citizens Of Mc
Arthur, and surrounping country, that he in
tends remaining heie for a short time, and
has taken rooms at Sisson f- Hultwrt's Hotel,
for the purpose of taking Daugerreolype Lik
enesses, in the highest style of the art; produc
ing a clear, life-like tone, and a brilliaucy of
expression, that cannot fail to give satisfac
tion. Call and look at specimens.
A large assortment ol Lockets, Breastpins,
Hardware and plain Casei on hand.
.Mr. Edwards has a very powerful instru
ment on purpose for aged persons and young
children.
Don't forgel that Mr. E. can make fine pic
tures, let the weather be cluudy or clear.
0Cj" Charges extremely low.
Dec. 8th, 1354. tf."
i ; STRAW CUTTERS.
Qr YANKEE Straw Cutters, from 67 to
612 ; received at the Gilt Anvil.
' DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July SO, 1653. .-.
17
15
IF IOC CALL l'OU WILL BIT.
JHM S, HAWK,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO,
Ftalcr in dl kinds of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE. QUEENSWARE. HATS,
CAPS. BONNETS. BOOTS
SHOES. READY-MADE
CLOTHING, IRON &
NAILS, &c. Also,
Agent for
LOUDON 6t Co's. FOTULAR FAMILY
MEDICINES.
I
S Just receiving from Cincinnati, one of the
Lamest a. id best sciecteJ stocks ol 2ew,
Fashionable and
CHEAP GOODS
Ever broucht to McArthur. exoresslr for the
Winter trade, which he is ileiermiued to tell
on the most reasonable terms.
Just tall and see my New Goods before
purchasing elsewhere.
linns along vour l roduce, for In the way
of Barter lie will give you as good bargains cs
(hough you Inouglit thetJwsh.
XSovemtet 17, 1 851. 1st, c. ly.
HKMM STORE,
AT THE BLUE CORNER,
ecaltbib, mm mm, ciiio.
IN order to dispose of the large quantities
of Me.chamhse, now in McArthur, we ate
convinced of the necessity of ofiering induce
ments to customers, sullicient to warrant
them in coming from a greater distance for
their supplies. To accomplish this we aie
determined to
DIVIDE THE PROFITS
With our friends. In other words, we will
positively sell, for Cash or Produce,
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HARD
WARE. QUEENSWARE, and the
BEST FAMILY GROCERIES, AT
ONE HALF THE USUAL PROFITS
Generully charged iu this region of country.
1
8
We say, to the l-annersol Vinton, we are
prepared to prove w hat wc s&y. Cull and see
lor votirselvts. And wu hereby tive notice
to all concerned, that the day (or selling
Goods, in McArthur, for 50 and 100 per cent,
is gone by. We have determined to sell for
5 and 10 per ant. and then make money by
making more sales.
Our stock is entirely new, and we -a ill, as
"I wants of t lie people require it, renew.
Call and see. S. S. DKMUTH & Co
Nov. 17, 185 1. 6m.
3
10
SEW G! GREAT MG.1US!!
At the NEW STOKE op
STERKSEEfiSl & SH WER,
1
8
EAST EX 9 CF SISSCX i LTLBLRn CL1LD1XCS,
Main Slrcet, Mcirlhvr, Ohio.
TTT'E wish to announce to the citizens
T 7 Vinton county, that we have pemia
ucnlly located in McArthur, and have just re
ceiv ed from the eastern cities one of the larg
est and best selected stock of
FALL f- WINTER CLOTHING
Dby Goons, II a row Ann, Boots. Siioks,
Qi'ttssw-jiRE, Hats, Caps and Urockbies,
ever opened in this market, all of which we
will sell lower than the sitme articles can be
bovihl for in lit Cuiiiity. We 'villaUo keep
(oiinUiuU.v on h ind a good assortment o( line
Cutlery: Gold and Silver Watches', Jewelry
Our friends are respectfully invited
tn lull and examine our stock before buvine
elsewhere, as we ure determined to giveiMod
bargains.
CCf" Country Tboiiuce of all kinds ro
ceived at the hiehsst rush price3.
STERN BEuGER, & SHOWER.
Oct. 0ih. 1!:51. tun,
ciiasTa. m. dTmarinITco
RECEIVED direct from New Orleans,
55 hhds fair to prime N. O. Sugar;
20 " clarified do.
169 bis lonf, crushed & pulverized sugar:
54 bxs while Havana, for candy and syr
ups; 23o7llsN. O.Molases;
75 do '-St. Jdinco" choice suar II, mo
lasse;s 100 do Common sugar H. mola;ces.
10 do Goldcu syrup;
55 Tcs- Rice;
300 Lags Rio and Java cofTee;
Which, tcjjetlier with a full and completed
stock of.
Woodware Buckets, tub, zinc washboards.
brooms, ficc.
Fhi-itsc iv uts Firs, rasuis' almonds re-
rans, E. Walnuts, filberts; Brazil nuts; &c.
SricES 'Ground and unEround Pepper:
alspices; cinnamon; cloves; ginger; nutmegs:
tisH mccLerat; uncil herring, coulbh; sar
dines:
Teas A lurM 3tock of fresh imperial; Y:
Hy sou; gunpowder and black tea:
loitAccor ives; eights and pound pluaol
gcod Virginiu, Aai.-ouri and Kentucky brands
alto, Gedge ff Bro'a and other good brands
ol o twist tobacco:
DvK-bTfns ludho; copperas mndderand
alum:
SusnniET Sonp; candles, starch, chocolate;
sulu-rulus; super curboiid'eof soda; epsoni
salt; lead: shot"; worpping paper; tic, &c.
We will sel at the racular Cincinualti
wholesale prices:
C A. il. DA iVA U LN & Co.
Portsmouth, April 11, 1654.
mm l ELLIOTT,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER,
One door East of D. D.T. Habd's Store,
HAM DEN, OHIO,
F ESTECT1VELY announces to (he rj
citizens ol UAMUtA, end vicin-f
ity that he has mniaiienlly located at Hum-
dc-n, and has commenced the manufacturing
of Boots and Shoes; M.ms', Womens', and
Childrens', of very variety. All work war
ranted, and made at trie shortest notice.
Prices to suit llie times. Repair done with
neutnessand dispatch.
December, 22, iaj-1. Jmo.
L
LOOK HERE
JOHN SWErSTON"
SAMUEL 8WEPSTON.
J& S. SWITSTON have oi-ened a fine
stock of Goods at TRATTSVILLE, O.
Call and see for yourselves.
Dec. 1st, 1854. 6mo.
OX YOKES.
1 n I'ANKER Ox Yokes, at the Gilt. Anvi
1 U DENNING, CAMFEELL& CO.
Ju.y9 IS53.
McARTlllK U0LSE.
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO
JOHN SWEPSTOX,
Also:
Stage Office, and Treasurer's Office, kept at
Me ftlcArthuriiouFe.
CQ Horses and Buggies for hire, at the
McArthur House.
December 1st. 185t. 4mo.
BLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES
and all Ulanka required under the Jus
ticca Code, for Justices of the Peace, are con
stoutly krvt on hand and for suit by
DEMUTI1 & Ce.
Nor- 21.1S54. lyt.
Salt cf Etal Ettatt by Order of Court.
Q
N the Seventeenth day of February,
A. D. 1855, between the hours of
Lleven oVIock A, M ,nd three o'clock
P. M., al the duor of the Court House
in the town of McAnhur. county of
Vinton iqd State of Ohio, will bft sold
to the highest bidder the following Real
Eatate, as the property of Jeremiah
Robifion, deceased, to wit: Fifty acres
off the Weil end of Lot number
eight.
Section number four, (4.) Township No.
nine, (9.) Range No. sixteen, in the'
Ohio Company's Purchase, and iu said
comity of Vinton. Appraised at &241.CG,
od must sell for two-third s of that sum.
Teims or Sale. One-third of the pur
chase money in hand; one third in six
months, end one-third jn twelve months,
with interest on the deferred luymeuts,
from the day of Sale.
E.F. BINGHAM. Admr. of
JEREMIAH ROB1SON, dee'd.
Jau. VJ, 1S55 4w.
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The Slateof Ohio, Vinton County.
Simeon II. Tilton, Guar-) Probate Court
diau of Elizabeth, Wil- I
liam and Sarah Burns. I
Petition t
Exparle. J sell Land.
x virtue oi an order ol sale to me
j directed, from the Probate Court of
said Vinton county, iu the above rase I
will as said Guardian, on Saturday, the
3rd day of February, A. D., IS55, he
tween the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M.
and 4 o clock, P. M., of said day, offer
for sale, at puMic Auclioi, upon the
premises, ihe Interest of the above na.n
ed Elizabeth, William, an l Sarah; be
ing tnre equal undivided fourth parts
ol the following described premises, sit
uated in the said county of Vinton, to
wit: The South-west quarter of the
North-west quarter of Section No. three,
Township No. Ten.Range No. eighteen,
containing Forty acres, mora or less,
Also, Ilia North east quarter of the
North-west quarter, of the Section,
Township and Range, aforesaid, con
turning lorty acres, more or less;
which said realty is subject to the dow er
estato of Hannah Gough, late widow of
Patrick Burns, deceased; appraised at
83 33, each share, and which will be
sold on the following Terms, to wit
une iniru oi tue purchase money in
hand, the balance in two equal annua
payments, with interest from the day of
sale. fjliMJSUa H. TILTON,
Jan. 5,1555 4w Guardian &c.
We are requested to sav that a full
and perfect title can be obtained for the
above really, as the Widow's interest
and the other fourth part can be bough
at the same time by the purchaser.
E. A. BRATTON,
Ally, far I'cti'n.
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Stult tf. Olio, Vinton County.
Simeon II. Til ton, "1 Probata Court
Guardian of Wm. I Petition to sell
Bums, Exparle. J Land.
BY virtue of an order of sale to
directed, fiom the Probate Court
me
of
said Vinton county, in the above case,
I
will, as such Guardian, on Saturday
the Jd cay or tebruary, A. D. 1855, be
Iween the hours of 10 o'clock A. M.
and 4 o clock, P. M on (aid day, offer
for sale at public Auction, ubon the
premises, situated in said county of
Vinton, the following Real Estate, to
wit: The North West qnarter, of the
North West quarter, of section number
Thn e.Township number Ten, and Range
number Eighteen, containing forty acres
more or less. Appraised at &2&0. On
the following Terms, to wit: One third
cash in hand, mid the balance in two
equal annual payments, with interest
from tho day cf Sale.
SIMEON II. TILTON,
Guardian, ij-c.
Jan'y. 5. 1855 4vv
SHERIFFS' SALE.
RY rirtue of an order of sale to me di
lJ reeled from the Court of Common
Pleas within and for the County of Vin
ton, and State of Ohio, in the case of Wil
liam W, Miller egaiust John C. Watson
and Sarah Watson, I will sell at public
Auction al the door of the Court House
in said County of Vinton, op the 20th
day of Janurary A D. 1855, between the
hours of 10 o'ctock A. M. and 4 o'clock
P. M. of 6uid day the following descrbed
real estate to wit: In Lots numbers three
( 3 ami four 4 in the town of Allens
vilte, County of Vinton, and Slate of
Ohio, as the property of 'he said John
C. Watson and Sarah Watson, to satisfy
said deciee iu favor of said Willian W.
Miller.
Lot No. 3 appraised at (3C5 00. Lot
No. 4 appraisid at 620 00. Terms o
sale, cat Ii in hand.
WILLIAM TISUE. S. V, C. O,
Dec. 15. 1S51. 5w.
SALE CT SCHOOL, LA ft US.
JN the SOtti day of January, A. D.
1555, "between the hours or ten o -
clock, A. M., and three o'clock, P. M ,
of said day, at the door of the Court
House in McArthur, in the County of
Vinton, and State of Ohio, I will offer
for sale at public auction, to be sold to
the highest bidder, and for at least a
sum equal to the appraised value, the
following premises situated in original
surveyed township number nine, (Vin
toii township) in raid county of Vinton;
to wit: The South West quarter of sec
tion sixteen (16) in the township afore
said, range sixteen (16) of the Ohio Com
pany's Purchase, being land granted by
the Congress of the Uuited Stales for
school purpurea, containing one hundred
and sixty acres more or less. Appraised
al ninety cents per acre. Terms one
twelfth of the purchnce money in hand
on the day of sale, and the belance iu
eleven equal annual installments with
annu tl inleiest thereon, from the day of
sale. JOSEPH MAGEE, And.
Vinton Co., Ohio.
Dec. 15. 1S51. 6w.
WILLIAM GRAVES ESTATE.,,
p.BOTlCE is hereby given thai John
1$ Graves has leen appointed and qual
ified as adminislrtor of the Estate of
William Graves deceased, late of Vin
ton County, Ohio. JOHN GRAYS.
Jan. 5, 1855. 3w
SCO Hides Waneld!
(GREEN OR DRIED.)
For w hich we will pay 48 Conl per lb.
S: S. DEMUTH & CO.
December 22nd, 1854. tf.
R . LIO YD & CO.
WHOLESALE BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE,. -NO.
3, BUCKEYE BLOCK, FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH," OHIO, .'
HAVE just received their extensive FALL STOCK, consisting of all the iatesi styles mil
f ishions, Our stock havingbeen purchased direct from the manufacturers, piiuci all
for cash, with great care in the selection of qualitv anJ sizes adopted to the Western trade, we
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.
lu addition lo our extensive stock of Boots and Shues w ill be found a large and well selec
ted stockof HATS AND CAPS.
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants and Furnace Owners visitins our city.
are invited to call and examine for themselves.
TO THE
We are now- manutacturing a superior article of Ladies and Misses Gaiters, Buskins and
Slip ers. Having procured some of the best workmen in the West, we are prepared to sup
ply those w Ho w ant custom w ork.
LEATHER.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather, 12.00 lbs. No. I White Sole Leather. 30 down
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawford s Skins,
r innings always on nanu anu lor saie ai ine
January zu. ioji.
LADIES.
10 dozen KipSkins. Upper leather and Shoe
iowet iiyrkel price.
iv.
U LOTHING
A New supply, and fine assortment, of
substantial and Fancy Clothing, just
received and for sale at
STERN BERG ER & SHOWER'S.
Nov. 21, '5 1. tf.
" PORK, TALLOW AND RAGS.
SS. DEMUTH ff- CO.. want Pork, for
which they wil I pay the highest prices
Tal'ovv at 13 cents per lb., Rat's at 1 rents
per lb., Butter at 19 cents per lb.; Dried
Apples at $1 CO per bushel, Lard at 8 cts.
per lb., and all oilier kinds oi Produce at the
same rates.
Dec. 8ih, IS54, 6mo.
3I0HL HOOKS!!
V. Shakespeare, large
ci:y, ftlition. bound in,
f-- fine Mornrrn u-illi'
beautilul plates; containing Venus and Adon
is, and other poems.
Byron's Life and Writings, bound in eood
style, with numerous engravings.
History oi uuio, with plates, f-c.,by Howe.
Life and Writings of Mrs. Partington.
Young Man's Book of Knowledge.
Lib', of Christ, by Fletcher.
Robert Bruce, the Hero King; together with
a general assortment of Books and Stationary
ol all kinds; lorsuleat
DEMUTH & CO S.
Dec. 8th, 1854. 6mo,
THE GREEK SLAVE!
CACCHANTE, VENUS, FLORA, HEBE,
AND THE DANCING GIRL.
PfHE above celebrated Statues, together
J. with fifteen Statuettes in Bronze, and
several hundred magnificent Oil Paintings
form the collection of prizes to be di stribuled
among the members of the Cosmopolitan Art
Association at the first annual distribution, in
January next.
The Cosmopolitan Art and Literary
Association,
Oreaniztd for the Encourutrr.mt.nl and G,:n
tral Diffusion of Literature and the Fine
Arts on a new und original j)lan.
This popular 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 and Statuary, fur the an
mini distribution of each year. The best
Literature of the day. will be issued to sub
scribers, consisting of the popular Monthly
Magazines, Reviews, &c.
The 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 members several hundred Works
of Art. among which is the original and world
renowned statue of the Greek Slave, by Hiram
Powers, costing over five thousand dollars!
together with the beautiful Statues of Venus,
iiacchantc, Hebe, I' lora ami the Dancing uirl;
and fifteen Statuettes in Bronze, imported from
Paris: also.a large collection of Oil Paintings,
comprising some of the best productions ol
celebrated American and Foreign Artists.
Ti e Literature issued to subscribers consists
of the following Monthly Magazines: Harp
er's, Putnam's, Knickerbocker. Blackwood s,
Graham's, Magazine of Art, andGodey's La
dy's Book, andthe Quarterly Reviews re print
ed in JNew l ork: Edinburgh, Westminister,
London Quarterly, and North British.
PLAN FOB THE Cl'BRLYT YEAR IS51 5.
The payment of three dollars constitutes
any one 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
distribution of the Statury and Paintings,
which are to be 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.
Tersons. on becoming members, can have
their Mugazine commence with any month
they choose, and rely on its being mailed to
them promptly on the first of every month,
direct from the New York and Philadelphia
Publishers.
LITTI'J.L'S LIVING AGE, Weekly, s fur
nisht 1 utie year and two memberships for 66.
The net proceeds derived from the sale of
memborihips, are devoted to the purchase of
vor. it lor the ensuing year.
Bool open to receive names at the Eastern
onic", New York, or Western oUicjC SjLdus-
kv.
The Gallery of Art is located at Sandusky,
(the Western office of the Associition,) where
superb Granite Buildings have been erected
for it, and in whose spacious saloons the splen
did collection of Statuary aud l'Liiitings ure
exhibited.
The advantages secured by becoming a mem
ber of this Association are
1st. All persons receive the full value of
their subscription at the start, in the shape of
sterling Magazine Literature,
2d. Each member is contributing toward
purchasing choice Works of Art, which are
to be distributed among themselves, and are at
the same time encouraging the irtists of the
country, disbursing thousands of dollars thru'
its agency.
Persons in remitting funds for membership,
will please give their post office address in
iull, staling the month they wish the Maga
zine to commence, and write the word "Reg
istered" on the envelop to prevent loss, on llie
receipt of which, a certificate of membcrsljip
together wilh the magazine desired, will be
forwarded to any part of the couutry.
Those who purchase Magazines at Book
stores will 'observe that by joinirg this asso
ciation, they receive the Mugazine and Free
Ticket in the annual distribution, all at the
same price they now pay for the Magaziue
alone.
Tersons subscribing ony time before the 30th
of January, are entitled to the Magazines for
1855.
CLOSING OF THE BOOKS!
Subscr.p'.ions will be received up to the 30th
January, at w hich time the distribution will
take place.
lllubtralcd Descriptivt Catalogues of the
whole collection to be distributed, will be
sent free of charge on app'ication.
OCT" Offices ul ihe Associations the Knic
kerbocker Magazine offtce,384 Broadway, New
ork, and at No. 166, Water St. Sandusky,
vjiuo. Auuress, iai tuner omce.) lor mem
berships,
C. L. DERBY, Actuary C. A. & L. A.
Dec. 2yht, 1854. 3a.
FEESH sesSsa
TtST received; warranted, of this fall's
J catching, ro. 2 Mackerel, of the best
quality. JNo. i n lute or Lake fish for sale
at S. S. DEMUTH & Co's.
Koy .17, lS54.-0m.
1
AM now selling off the remainder of mJ
winterstockof "cloihint at reduced pri
ccs, in order to make room for Spring Slocks.
Feeling myself under many obligations for the
very liberal patronage that 1 have received in
the shorl space of time that 1 hive been in the
business, 1 would also add, that I intend re
maining permanently in the trade, and would
be pleased to continue to receive additional
calls from my friends and the public generally,
as 1 shall certainly give satisfaction to all that
may tavor me wiin a call.
JOS. C. GILBERT.
Portsmouth, Jarw 20, 1854. If.
S. J H. V. Railroad.
S. R. Ross, Wholesale Grocer, Portsmouth,
Ohio, invites the attention of Merchants, Fur
nace Proprietors and Traders, of vtnton and
adjoiniugcounties, who may visit Portsmouth
for supplies,' to his large and valuable assort
ment of Groceries, and offers them at the low
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 t'..e spirit of our
markets, answered promptly.
Address, S. R.ROSS.
Portsmouth Jan. 20, 165 L lv
(IB
Scioto and II. V. Railroad.
On, and ofter Tuesday, August 1th, 1854
Trains will. run asJollows to-wit:
Tiain No. I wiTY leave Portsmouth at 9 o
clock A. M. and arrive at Jackson at 12 o'clock
M. Returning leave Jaekson at 2 o'clock P.
M. ond arrive at Portsmouth at 6 o'clock P.
M.
Trains No. 2 leave Jackson at7 o'clocKl.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A.
M. -Returning leave Portsmouth at 2J P. M.
and arrive at Jackson al C o'clock P. M.
J. W. WECB, Superintendent.
May 5, '54. tf. Ic2 51.
A h J
Fancy gglik Store,
Oppcsit Crultans Law office'
MAIN ST. McARTHUR, OHIO.f
riIIE subscriber has permanently located
JL in McArthur and opened a good assorted
stock of
Clocks, Wnlches, Jewelry, and Fancy Articlts,
consisting in part of Clock3 of every variety,
gold &. Silver Watches, Levcts, Edcatiments,
Lapeensand Quai tiers. &c. Gold ami Metal
in PrnQ. Spprtni-W FphIs. MottOTR, FOcket
Books, Port Monies, &c:, Also Jewelry, such
as Ladiesand Gents, Pins and Finger Rings,
Lockets, Ear Rings and Drops, and other ar
ticles to tedious to mention nil for sale at
the lowest rash prices.
Clocks & Watches cleaned and repaired
at short notice, and warranted if well used
to keep time, Jewelry of all kinds repaired in
the best manner. Having been in the trade a
number ol years 1 know I can give my custo
mers good work, at reasonable prices.
A. STAHLBERG.
July 28 1851 6mo.
GO CM) !
E, P. B9THWELL
McARTHUR, OHIO.
WISHES to inform the citizens ofthi
community, that he is nor manufac
turing, keeps on band, a very superior article
of beadsteads, also a good assortment, of
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES
ccc all of which lie offers for sate on reasona
ble terms.
TURNING of all kinds that is likely to
be needed in this Country executed with neat
ness and dispatch; he is also prepared to man
ufacture bench screws and hand screws of var
ious sizes. Tne patronage of the Publio is
respectfully solicted.
July 21 51 6mo.
The Cars arc (cniing!
4U U ! dl U! 9
Adopts this mode of informing his friends,
and the public, generally, that he is constantly
receiving fresh supplies of Goods, of every des
cription such as are usually kept ina general
variety store, consisting in part, of
Dry Goods, Gro'.-eries,
Hardware, ' Queenswert,
Yankee Notions, 6cc,
All of which were purchased in the Eastern
Markets, at the very lowest cash prices and .
will be sold on the same terms.
Everybody should Know
That I will Fell Goods at cash prices and 25
ier cent, lower than ever before sold in this
Mu Let. rilso: A lot of Common and Fiui
IBM
ion
OF I I.
Consisting iu part, of Men ami Boyd Dreta
Coals. Over-coats and Summer Coats, together .
with Punts, Vests, Slocks, Hats, Caps, J-c
And AUo: Gentlemens' and Ladies Boots and
Shoes, of eveiy description, all of which will
be sold at prices to suit purchasers. Call and
See. Highest cash prices will be paid for all
kinds of Country Produce.
N. B. Merchants, Furnace Proprietors and
Dealers, can be supplied with any quantity of
Goods at Wholesale, and at prices that will
compare with the Eastern Market, and lowei
than the same articles can be bought at Ports
mouth or Chillicolhp.
July 21, 184.
GEGEQE SUTKFRUN & CO..
AGENT8 FCR THE SALE OF
Virginia & Kentucky Manvfactvrtd
TOBACCO, .
ABO
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ; -
No. 1, Buckeye Block Front- St.,'
' PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. ' " '
Cfiici up Slain.
October 3, '.854.

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