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MOTICEJa hereby given, (bit peti-
J lion will be piesented tonsil March
1653, session Of tfie Commissioners of
Yintoa county, Uhlo, praying eu alter-
tlon T the floid leading from Hol
land's itwmill, in Jackson tp in tiiJ
Vinton county, towards Locust Grove,
lntei:ectlrg the Logan road near Jinn
8. Bellies followa, to wit: That taid
alteration eommeuce al the centre of
said road on Section No. Eleven. in Jack
on township, in (aid Vinton tounty,
at a flake near a white oak tree, on the
north aide of a small ruu; thence a
aou'.h-eisterly direction to a forked dog
wood on Lew is Sim's land; ihencs more
Southern to a fal'.en while oak, on the
line between the aforesaid Sims & Bell;
thence south near the said Hue, lo a
small chestnut bush; thence south-easterly
to a dogwood stake; thence south to
intersect the aforesaid Logan road, and
ttbere to terminate. ,
'Jart. 26th, 65. 4vr
-E5Pelia Lodge, Nev
acpled Masons, meets
tvery Situniay prec-eedwg each full mood
Nrxt regular meeting. Jan. 27lh.
15uttci per i
Green' Ifam. '
. . .
. . 6
r . ' .
Ueans. W Uti
f'oni - 4050
Flour nti him. 400
Flour .per bbl
McArthur Jan. 25
Lard per lb.
ipn,i nrcvt" 4,00
waa,- a -
iv.uucai - mi
Salt, pel bbl- '
Soap per lb
Teas. Y. II.
Wheat per bu. 1,40
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCE RS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, Jan. 25, 1855.
Andes. Dried" 12.'i
:'ruitiG prdoz t2u300
iiicoii liunis per 11). II1
" SJwuldor '
TVanS.W. per bo. it7t
bundle, riuuld-. 15
Cuiton VarliS H
i.o:T-e, !!) 12
.' lour pi bbl fi7,7r
1 entliers pr lb.- t
''Inxwfd, pr hu. I.0C
VIsli, Cod pr lb..... J
" Mackerel ftlSaS I
lard pr lb t
"Jiilner.ts. IV.O.i'.'il. 2
S. It. " 4y
G.S. " 5:
rviiln, .. 10 to 6.1 61 j
tS um r N. 0.-- tij
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 53
Teas, loose In packs.
' Y. II., lb. 45al()0
" Iniier'l,. 75
" Gunu'wder 65
roHaooo M&Ks ct.25
JM. Lard pr gal." 60
Oil. ..s,i5cetl 90
"r. bi'..- M
Potatoes. Irifc.-. J??
Salerutuapr lb. 5
allow rt li. ' 1
Tar pr bid. 5,50
I iiuouiy seed, wa.Ko
When pr .. 1,25
WhiKkey. Couimoti !W
" Alou uala. 03
all i a
P"-.idi"rTiTli rt1 "
J. R. WIHTEUOHE,
No. 1, Union Block, Second Street,
T7"EEr3 consluiilly at wholesale and re
IV. toil, 8 coninli'te assortment of
MISCELLANEOUS AND SCHOOL
ISO OA'S. BLANK BOOKS, STA
TIONER YJ. R TIS 7V MA TE
RM LS, WALL PAPER,
ARTICLES, eje, cjc.
New Books. Mugazincs and Newspapers
received as soon as published.
Countr) Merchants are invited to examine
his stork, and coneidcr I) is terms of trade.
. Jandarv 19, lfc54.-tf.
No. 1, Front Street.
TTHE co-partneiship heretofore existing
X between the subscribers, under the firm
of Oakeg & Buskirk, was this day dissolved
by mutual consent. F. J. Oakes having sold
die pniiro intrn-sfto Messrs. Georee& Chas.
11. Davis, all claims will be settled.and debu
collected by Buskirk fc Davis, our successors.
""' , . . . . A. W. BUSKIRK.
r 4 - '
A.W. El'IXtBS, ..OtO. DAVia, . CBAS. H. DAVIS
BUSKIRK & DAVIS,
. (Successor of Oakes fit Buskirk.)
' WHOLESALE GROCERS
; PRODUCE DEALERS,
Buckrye Block, Front Stmt,
y" PORTSMOUTH, O.
January 19. 1854,,-tf. '
Tl.'ST received: warranted of this fall's
I ratehine. No. 2 Mackerel, of the best
oni.Uiv. No. 1 White or Lake fHh for sale
,'t ' S.S.DEMirrilficCo's.
ioB WOBK.of every denitiiioB neatly
.eitrtrt!, t Ais Ocs. i ' - .
LATE ARRIVALS OF
Ihave just received a large stock of Notions,
comprising ell enrcles usually kept in
stores of this ascription; consisting in part
of the following articles. Dealers wilt lind
it to their interest to examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhere; as from long experience
in the business. I frel confident I ran ofler
inducements. Beeswai gni9eiigml feuiiiers
taken at lbeir highest mantel priced.
Neit to the Valley Bank, ChillicoUie, 0.
Januery 12th, 1ST5. tf.
COAT, Vest. Drefs and Shirt Buttons;
Tuck, Fine and Dressing Combs:
Ivory, shell and horn do.;
Horn, Rubber, ruff, Buffalo and Hair
Pins; Spool Cotton, all colo.s aud
qualities; Patent arid Shoe Threads;
Gun caps, Hooks and Eyes;
Silk and Twist; Purees of all kinds;
100 doi Port Monies, assorted;
Cloth, Hair, nail and tooth Brushes;
German and English Pins;
Gold, Plated anil Common Jewelrv;
Sewing Birds; Work boxes and Baskets;
Knives, Scissors; and Spoons;
Jews Harus aud Harmonicas:
Toys, ccordeons, Violins and Strings;
to o i n
ranryooapa ami reriumrry;
Pens and Holders: Can, Letter at Note Pauer:
White and colored Envelopes; Dominoes,
Cards and Dice; Backgammon Board;
Trentparent and Common Slates: Lead
and Slate Tentils; Tspe.Shoeand Corset
aces; Suspenders; Bonnet Wire;
ToLucco Bcx's; Wlmlcbone;
Matc hes and Soaps; Ruzors
and Strops; Car)et Bind
ing and Leather head
Gloves and '
Mitts, a good
Foil Plug Tobacco;
a new lot of Zephyr Worst
ed; and a host of other articles
too numerous to particularize, which will be
otiejed tor sale at small profits.
Jan. 12, 1855,-tf. R. DAVISON.
Cigars! Cigars!! Cigars!!!
ftHHE subsciber would respectfully inform
J. Dealers that he is now manufacturing a
bud rio. article of Cigars, which he warrants
are co.mposed of the beFt Havana, Cuba and
'arrow Tof'acco. As there is no article in
m -rchandise on wnicn mere is more ciieatmg,
j I will nnu it to tneir niicresi to pur
I.' cigars where they will have an op-
nnrm..it.-,l tuming them if not satisfied.
s all riara i. rt.lased from me can be return
!5 c .Htfect satisfaction.
"a f.,V5 of low-priced CiSa,s
.1.,... n i..i . L'oUon More.
m i'ja via lie nu u itiu
Jan. 12, '55.
EXCLUSlVELt WHOLESALE DEALtV ,!f
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY G0O.D
QIIENSWARC, (II1XA i.D GLASS.
LVcemher, ...i .... December,
X E Y GOODS!
rOu lata niiwirnidAB at f (
Ax tremely low price?; I have die chen pest,
anu pro.ably the best stock of
DRV POODS & QUEENSWARE
fn llu! West- to : bith I invite the Attention
of cash and rtspoUsiMe buyers
rorUmouth, O.. Dee, 22. IP54.'
A LL rnm knowing tl.emselves '.''defjied
V lo iI;h Firm nf Sapuclnn Ar Al.''con.
w ill pk-bte iall soon and grttle.by paying ti."
rei.ny jns, or giving iiieir Xotes, tl lormcr
would le far preferable, as we are much in
heed of inciK-y. The lJooks will be settled
by Ji hn Sueupslon.ut tl McArthur House.
At PrtAru.vn.LE. wUi to purchase Hides for
n hit h 1 1 highest Market i,rice w ill be given.
Jmuarv 5, 1855. tf.
HATS & CAPS, nfevt-ry quality and ftyle,
iust receivd and for sale clieuiirr than
Nov. 21. '54. tf.
Ork YANKEE Straw Cutters, from 87 to
dJ 612 : received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMFBELL 6t CO.
July 29, 1853.
t "YANKEE Ox Yolc. ot the Gilt. Anvi
JLU L1NNJNG, CAMPBELLS CO.
GEORGE SUTfiFRUN & CO.,
AGENTS FCR THE SALE CF
Virginia &, Kentucky Manufactured
No. 1, Buckeye Block, Front St.,
Cfi'lct op Stairs,
October 3, 1854.
C? S. DEMUTH tf- CO. HAVE
O iust received a large assortment of pop
ular Song Books, among which wil 1 be found
"The Plow Bov's Songster." "American Song
ster." "The Exile of Erin," "Old Ireland's
Gem;" also, a collection of Negro Melodies.
500 STOCK HOGS WASTED!
HOGS, for which he will pay Cash.
January 19th, 11655. tf.
S. DEMUTH fic CO., HAVE JUST
to received 3000 Valentines, some of
the moat beautilul embossed ana embelished,
for Lovers,Brothers,Sisters,Ladies and Gents;
Comic, Sentimental, and Juvenile, at prices
vamne from 2 cents to 00 cents; witn beau
tiful fin bossed and gilt envelopes to suit.
Cell end see. Also, a tew tine luttiograpn
Pictures, Frames, 6tc.
January 19th, 1854. 3w.
C S. DEMUTH fit CO. HAVE JUST
kJ received one of the. best assortments ol
Candies, Candy Toys, Fire Works, cf-c.,ever
brought to McArthur. jan. 19, if.
ERiDUNlAP) DENTIST, '
TILL continues the practice of g3
O his profession in McArthnr,
tliunklul for past favors, end solicits the con
tinuance of the public patronage. '-
rTT Office and Retidtntt, TVtferj Hotel.
' Jan. ll, lf5 tf.
S. S. DEMUTH & CO.,
MAIN STREET, ilcARTHUB, 0
KEEP constantly on hand the following
Geuuine and Popular Mediciuea:
Seller's Liver Pill. Dr. Lee's Pills.
Seller's Vermifuge, Drs. Jones k McL'a do,
Seller's Imp'1 C. S., pr. Junes' Cough Syrup.
Lyon's N. & B.. Jones' N. a B. LinimenL
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's InsL Relief do.
TOR THE HAIR,
Lyon's Kathairon, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Colore.
Castor Oil, Sweet Oil,
Harlem Oil, Medicamentum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, Batesman's Drops.
Sloan a Condition Powder; and Essences of
all kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to De genuine.
December 29, 54. 6in. . .
;. O. 8WETLAND. : : : J : B.C. COaSWELU
SWETLAXD & COGSWEL,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AND TANNER3 & CURRIER8,
MAIN STREET, Mc ARTHUR, OHIO
NNOUNCES to their frirnds end the
xIl. public, that they have formed a co-part'
nership (or five years, in the above business
BOOTS AND SHOES;
Mens', Womens', Boys' and Youllis', ot every
variety will be kept constantly on hand, and
made to order at the shortest possible notice,
and on tlie most liberal teim.
TANNING fr CURRYING. Leather
of all kinds; Sole, Upper, Kip and Calfskins,
kept constantly on hand and for sale at the
lowest figures.' Persons bringing Hides can
have them Tanned on the shares.
0C3 Hides and Tan Bark wanted at all
times, for which the highest prices will be
December 22, IS54. If.
tEW GOODS! GREAT BARGAINS!!
At the NEW STORE of
STERNBEHOER & SHOWER.
EAST END OF SISSCN k IIL'LDERT'S BUIIDLCS,
Main Street, Mc Arthur, Ohio.
WJY, wish lo announce to the citizens of
T f Vinton county, that we have pcrma
nrntlr located in McArthur, and have iust re
ceived from theeaslcrn cities one of the larg
est and best selected stock of
FALL f WINTER CLOTHING,
Df.t Goods, Habuware, Boots. Shoes,
0.1'eensvvaRe, Hats, Caps end Grocerhh,
ever opened m tnis marKet, an ot which we
wiil sell loiccr than tht tame articles can be
J.U'eht for in the County. We Till also keep
-ontaiitly on hand a good assortment of fine
-'erf; Gold and Silver Watches, Jeweirr,
. ' "-c. Our friends are respectfully invited
to call at t,,ian''',e our stoc' before buying
elsewhere, a.' :e ttre de,erniiBeJ fcivegood
teivrd at the highsn,' . JguoWEft
Oct. 20th. l&M.-Cm,
CHAS. A. M. DAMA.RW Co
ECEIVEDdirect from Niw 0,.',ear"'.
5 hh Js fuir to prime N. O. Sugj.'?
20 ' clunlied tlo.
ICi) bis loaf, crushed fit pulverized cugar.'
54 bxs white Havana, foi candyend syr
ups; 2357 bis N. O.MoW;
75 tlo '-St. James" choice sugar H,KO-
jCfj do Cm mon sugar II. molasses.
Jfj do GolJen syrup;
85 Tek- Pi
EOO bugs Rio 8Ml Java cofToe;
Whirli, togettei wii'is full and completed
stock of. . ...
Woodware Buckets, tub, sine wasnuoerus.
brooms. Ate. , ,
Fm its & Nuts Fies, rains' nimonus pe-
cans. K ainnts, niiierts; israz.i nu..-. vxt.
SricKs 'Ground and ungrounu r.'pper;
Isnicesj cinnamon; cloves; ginger; hiitm?gs:
Fish mackerel; dried herring, codilali: ear'
Teas A large stock of fresh imperial; Y:
H sou; gunpowder and black tea:
TohavXX) Fives; eights and pound nlugof
giiod Virgiiiia, iiissouri snd Kentucky brands
also, uedgc ty oio i anu ouicr gooa oranns
of 6 twist tobacco:
Dye-stuffs Iudieo; copperas mauderand
SuNDmrr Sonp; cardies, starch, chocolate;
salasrHtuF; Fuper corbonuteot soda; epeom
sail; leai!: Fliot: WRrppuig paper; iVc. Kc.
We will sei ot the tagulur Ciiicinuatti
V. A. M. UAJil AliiJk OCVO.
Portsmouth, April It, 1854.
JOIIIV J. ELLIOTT,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER,
One door East of D. D.T. Habd's Store,
II AM DEN, OHIO, ,
RESPECTIVELY announces to the ffito
citizens of IIAMDEN, and vicin-FU
ity that he has permanently located at Ham
den, and has commenced the manufacturing
of Boots and Shoes; trfcns', Womens'. end
Childrens', of every variety. All work war
ranted, and made at the shortest notice.
Prices to suit the times. Repair done with
neatness and dispatch.
December, il. Ibd4. 5mo.
JOHN SWEPSTON SAMUEL EWEPSTON.
J. fit S. SWEPSTON have opened a fine
stock of Goods at PRATTSV1LLE, O.
Call and see for yourselves.
Dec. 1st, 1S54. 6mo. .
Sa le of Real Estate by Order of Court
rtN the Seventeenth day of February,
13 A. D. 1855, between the hours of
Eleven o'clock A, M., and three o'clock
P. M., at the door of the Court House
in the town of McArthur. countr of
Vinton and Stateof Ohio, will be sold
to the highest bidder the following Real
Estate, ss the property of Jeremiah
Robison, deceased, to wit: Fifty seres
off the West end of Lot number eight,
Section number four, (4,) Township No
nine, (9,) Range No. sixteen, in the
Ohio Company's Purchase, end in said
county of Vinton. Appraised at $241,66,
and must sell for two-thirdsof that sum.
Tebms or Sale. One-third of the pur
chase money in hand; one third in six
months, and one-third in twelve months,
with interest on tbe deferred payments,
from the day of Sale.
, E.F. BINGHAM, Adrar. of
JEREMIAH ROBISON, rlec'd.
Jan.-1, 1655. 4w.
THE STATE OF OHIO, VJNTGNCU. ,
Siuiuel Brook, "j Court of Cora. Tleas,
e V tj Marea Term. ltj;
Elisa Brooks, J Petition for Divorce.
TTB said defendant Eliia Brooks, will
take notice that the said petitioner
Samuel Brooks, did on the 24th Jay of
Jinuary, A. D., 1S55, fits in the office of
the Cltrk of the Court of Common Pleas,
within end for said county of Vinton,
bis petition setting forth among oilier
things: That he was lawfully married to
the said Eliza, obout the fourth day of
May A. D. 1844. That he lived with
said Eliza until a boat tbs winter of 1849
-50, ss good, loving and faithful hus
band; that st the said last mentioned
ime, the said Eliza left the said Sam
uel, end hasremaiued absent up to the
present time, being absent moie than
three years last paat. That said Eliza
associated with other men, and left with
one Abram Hawk. Praying a decree of
disoluton of said marriage contract, and
release of all obligations on account of
same; that said Eliza be barred of all
dower claim in reel or personal property
of said Samuel, end for such other relief
as msy be according lo law. Which
petition will be betd at the neit Term
of aforsaid Court.
BRATTON and SMITH,
Alty'i for PtUtiontr,
Jan. 26, 1855. 6w.
The Stattof Ohio, Vinton County.
Harmon Egbert, Court of Com. Pleas.
sgaiiut I To March Term, 1655.
Mary B. Egbert, j Petition for Divorce.
'HE said Defendant, Mary B. Egbert,
will take notice that tha said Pe
titioner, Harmon Egbert.Uid.on the 24th
day of January, 1655, file in the Clerks
onice of said Court of Common Pleas
his Petition; setting forth among other
things, that he was lawfully murried to
the said Mary, on the twenty-second day
of March, A. D. 1851, that he lived
with her ss e good, loving snd faithful
husbaud, in the counties of Hamilton
and Lawrence, until on oi about tha first
dar of September, A. D, 1855, that at
this time the said Mary absented herself
from the said Harmon, and has remained
sbseut ever since, snd wholly neglected
to sttend to tbe household and family
duties of tbe petitioner; that she is guil
ty ol gross neglect of duty; praying a
dissolution of said marriago contract,
and that the parlies ihay be released
from any and all obligations. on account
of the same; tbut said Mary may ba bar
red of all right of dower, and all claim
in real snd personal property of the pe
titioner, and for other relief, which pe
tition will be heard at the next Term of
BRATTON snd SMITH,
Attys. for Pet'r.
Jan. 26, 1855. 6w.
John Clint's Estalt.
"IVTOTICK is hereby given, that Godlive
X l lime has been duly appointed Admin
istrator ol the mate ol Juini Lime, ueceatd,
late of Vinton county, Ohio.
GODLIVE CLINE, AJmr.
Jan. 36. 1 855.-3 w.
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Tht Slattof Ohio, Vinton County.
Simeon H. Tilton, GuerO Probate Cout
er.) rrouaie uour
J sell Land.
dian Of JMisabetii, W
liam anil Sarah Rnrna
rYVi.'iu oi en oruer oi sale to me
Mrecu" t,om lne Probate Court of
id Viri.,on cnunty, in the above case I
will es said Gua."'n, on aaiurrtay, the
3rd day of Febr:'" A; ,D-; ,e5.5' b
tween the hours of IOC clock A. M..
aud i o'clock, P. M It -Md dar oRer
for sate, et public Aucti. Won lhe
premises, the Interest of the a,.0"8
ed Elizabeth, William, and Sara.'; be
ing three equal undivided fourth .'.,rt
of the following described premises, sit
uated in the said county of Vinton, to
wit: The South-west quarter of the
Novthve6t quarter of Section No. three,
Township No. Ten, Range No. eighteen,
containing Forty acres, more or less,
Also, the North east quarter o' .he
NorMi-west quarter, of the Section,
Township and Range, aforesaid, con
taining Forty acres, more or less;
which said realty is subject to the dower
estate of Hannah Gough, late widow of
Patrick Bums, deceased; appraised at
$83 33, each share, and which will be
sold on the following Terms, to wit:
One Third of the purchase money in
hand, the balance in two eual annual
paymenla, with interest from the day of
sale. SIMEON H.T1LTUN,
Jan. 5, 1855 4vr Guardian &c.
We are requested to say that a full
and perfect title can le obtained for the
above realty, as the Widow's interest
and the other fourth pari can be bought
at the. same time by the purchaser.
E. A. BRATTON.
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Sfaf of Ohio, Vinton County.
Simeon H. Tilton, " Probate Court.
Guardian of Wm. V Petition to sell
Burns, Exparte. J Land.
Y virtue of an order of sale to me
diref ted. from the Probate Court of
said Vinton county, in the above case, 1
will, es such Guardian, on Saturday,
the 3d day of February, A. D. 1855, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock A. M.,
and 4 o'clock, P. M on raid dsy, ofi'sr
for sale at public Auction, upou the
premises, situated in said county of
Vinton, the following Real Estate, to
wit: Th North West quarter, ot the
North Wer.t quarter, of section number
Three.Township number Ten.and Range
number Eighteen, containing lorty acres
more or less. Appraised at $250. On
the following Terms, to wit: One third
cash in hand, and the balance in two
eaual annual payments, with interest
from tbe oay of Sale.
SIMEON H. TILTON,
Jan'y. 5, 1855 4 w
BLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES
onf aft Blanks required vnder the Jus
tices' Code, for Justices of tht Peace, art con
stantly kept on nana ana jor suit oy
DEMUTH & Co,
Nev. 21,1854. lyr.
A New iunolv. end fine sssortment, of
J substantial and Fancy Clothing, just
received and lor sale at
v STERNBERGER & SHOWER S,
Not.' 24. '64i-tf.
R. LLOP 1 CP,"
WHOLESALE BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE,
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK, FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH. OIHO, . . . -
HAVE just received their eitenaive FALL STOCK, consisting of ell ttte iateit atylas ant
fashions, Ourvtoct having beea purchased direct from he manufacturers, piincipallf
for cash, wKh great care in the selection of qualitv snd sizes adopted to tbe Western trade, w
are enabled to offer stirttrior inducements this Fall, and ere determined not to be undersold
by any tegular house either in New York. Philadelphia or Baltimore. '
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots and Stwn will be found e large sad uretl selec
ted stoek of HATS AND CAPS.
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants snd Furnace Owners visiting our city,
are invited to call end examine for themseives.
TO THE LADIES.
We are now manufacturm superiorarticle of Ladies'end Missea' Guiters, Buokir-s snd
Slipiiers. Having procuied some of tbe Vest
ply tnose wlio waut custom work.
ONE THOCSANDlhs. Bed Sole Leat'r. 12.03 lbs. No. I White Sole Leather, 30 down
French Calf Skies, 23 dozen Crawford's Skins. 10 dozen Kip Skins. Upper leather sud Shoe
Findings elwavs on hand and for sale at the loweU market price.
January tu. isi.
. . ..
worKrarn in tha Weat, we . re prepared to sup
lv. . . ...
edition, bound in
fine Morocco, with
beuutiful plates; containing Venus and Adon
is, aud other poems.
Byron's Life ami Writing Iboundjiu good
style, with numerous engraving.
History of Ohio, with plate. rf-c.,hjr Howe.
Life and Wr tings of Mrs. Partington.
Young Man's Book of Knowledge.
Life of Christ, Fletcher.
Robert Bruce, thellpro King; together vnUi
sgwuTjl Hwortmsnt of Books and Stationary
of all kinds; for sale ar-
DEMUTH & CO-S.
Dee. 8th, 1851. Pino.
THE GREEK SLAVE!
BACCHANTE, VENUS, FLOrtA, HEBE,
A NO THE DANCING GIRL.
fjniH', above relelira:ed Stunrs, together
JL with fif'.oer. Stati!:!3 in Bionzo, and
several hundred magnificent Oil Puiutiugt.,
form the collection of prizes lobe distributed
ainnng the inembera of the Cosmopolitan Art
Association al the first annual distribution.io
The Cosmopolitan Art and Literary
Organized for the Encouragement and Gen
eral u.jjnsion of Literature and tht tint
Arts on n new and original jilan.
'I bis popular Art Association is designed to
encourage and popularize the Fine Arts, and
disseminate wholesome Literature throughout
ine country, a uaiiery ot Att rs rvrminent
ly founded, and will contain a valuable col-
cctiuri of Puintinzs and Statuary, fur the all
ium! distribution of each year. The best
Literature of the day, will be issued to sub
scribers, consisting of the popular Monthly
magazines, neviews, cvc.
The Committee of Management have the
pleasure of announcing that the First Annual
Distribution will take place on the 30th Jan
uary next, at whifh time will be distributed
or allotted to members several hundred Works
of Art.among which is the original and world
rennwned statue of the Greek Slave, by Hiram
Powers, costing over five thousand dollars!
ingetner aim tiw wuutilul Statues ot Venus,
Bucchante, Hebe, Flora and the Dancing Girl;
and fifteen Statuettes in Brunze.imporlcd from
Paris: also, a large collection of Oil Puiiitincs,
comprising soino of the best productions of
tvicuraitsi Aineric-..i anu roreign Ariisis.
The Literature '.-.sued to subscribers consists
ol the following Monthly Magazines: Harp
er'fl, Putnam's, Knickerbocker. Blackwood's,
Graham's. Magazine of Art, andGodeys La
dy's Book, and the Quarterly Reviews re print
ed in New Yoik: Edinburgh, Westminister,
lionnou un&rterly, ana XNottli lintish.
PLAN FUR TIIU Cl'ERBIT YEAR 1S31 6.
The payment of three dollars constitutes
any one a member of this Association, aud
entitles lum to either one of the above IViana
zincs for one year, and also to a ticket in the
uisiriuuuoii ot tlie olatury and Tainting,
wniunare to ue allotted to members in Janu
1 ersons taking five memberships are enti
tled to any five of tho Magazines one year.
ami to six ucKcts in tne distribution.
Persons, on becoming members, can have
their Magaziue commence with any month
they choose, and rely on its being mailed to
them promptly on the first of every month.
aireci irom tlie iNevv York and Philadelphia
T.rTTT?r T 'O t TVivp. krv Ttr..?.. !...
I ii. ''lied ulie vear and two mprnhprKhins fur 3t '
TI.J Jiet proceeds derived from the sale of
men, bcrs'hips, are devoted to the purchase of
Worns . ' ''rl ,or ttie ensuing year.
Ttnnlia m.'en to receive names a', the Eastern
office, New x VVestern office, Sindus-
' The Gallery of Art lj located at Sandusky,
(the Western office of the Aod'ation,) where
superb Granite Buildings have been erected
for it, and in whose spacious saloons &e sp.'n-
did collection of Statuary and Fainting..- are
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 theehapeof
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 tKro'
Persons in remitting funds for membership.
will please give their post office address in
lull, stating tne mouth they wwli tne Maga
zine to commence, and write the word " Reg
istered on the envelop to prevent loss, on the
receipt of which, a certificate of membership
together with the magazine desired, ill be
forwarded to any port of the country.
Those who purchase Maeastines at Book-
sloras willobfcrve that by joining this asso
ciation, they receive the M;iKtzinu and Free
Ticket in the annual distribution, an at tne
same price they now pay for the Magazine
Persons subscribir.s any time before the 30ili
ol January, are entitled to tne magazines lor
CLOSING OF THE BOOKS!
Subscriptions will be received up to the 30th
jdnnpiy, at which time the distribution will
Illustrated Descriptive Catalogues of the
whole collection to be distributed, will be
sent free of charge on application.
C""r Offices of the Association, at the Knic
kerbocker Magazine o0lce,334 Brijadway, New
lork, and at .No. ltb, Water St. bandusky,
Ohio. Address, (at either office,) for mem
C. h. DERBY, Actuary C A. 6c L. A.
Dec. 2Uht, 1854. 3..
PORTSMOUTH, Jan. 25, 1855. CHANGE OF TIME.
Scioto and H. V. Railroad.
On, and after Tuesday, August 4lh. 1854
Trains will. run as follows to-wil:
Tram No. 1 wul 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. ana arrive at rortsmoutn si 0 o clock
Trams No. 2 leave Jackson at 71 o'clock A
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A
M. Returning leave Portsmouth st 2) P, M,
ana arrive at Jackson at b o clock F. M.
J. W; WEBB, Superintendeu.
May 5, '54. tf. Ic t51.. . ,
Fancy figjgt Store,
'o:sit Brultonilaw offkr.
MAIN ST. McARTHUR.01110.;
rrHE subscriber has permanently located
X vn McArthur and opened a good assorted
Clw.kn, Watches, Jew thy, and Fancy Articles,
consisting in p.?rt of Clocks of every variety.
gold & Silver Watches, Levers, Escepmenis,
Upeensand Quattiers. &c. Uold and Metal
ic Pens. Spectarlrs, Seals, Mottoes, Pocket
Books, Port Monies, cVc, Also Jewelry, such
as Ladies and Gents, Pins and Finger King,
Lockets, Lar Rings end Drops, and other ar
ticles to tedious to mention ell for sale at
ih lowest caih prices.
Clocks & Watches cleaned end repaired
at short notice, tii'l warranted if well used
to keep time. Jewelry of all kinds repairel in
the b"st manner. Having teen in the trade a
number ot years I know lean give my Custo
mers good work, at reasonable prices. ,
July 291851 6ino. ,
E. P. BOTHVELL
WISHES to inform the citizens of this
community, that he is now manufac
turing, keeps on hand, s very superior article
of beadsu-ad. alio a good sssortment, of
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES
occ all of vvmcli las offers for safe on reasoas-
TURNING of all kinds trial is likely to
be needed in this Country executed with neat
ness and dispatch; lie is also prepared to man
ufacture bench screws and hand screws of vsr
torn sizes, me patronage of the Pubho U
July 21 51 6mr.
The Cars arc Coming
Adopts this mode of informing his friends,
and the public, generally, that he is constantly
receiving fresh supplies of Good9, of every des
cription such as are esually kept ins general
variety store, consisting in part, of
Dry Goods, Gro-.-eries,
Yankee Notions, dec,
All of which were purchased in the Eastern
Markets, at the very lowest cash prices and
will be sold on the same terms.
Every body should Know
That I will sell Goods at cash prices end 25
per cent, lower than ever before sold in this
Market. Also: A lot of Common and Fine
Consisting in part, of Men and Boy j Dress
Coats. Over-coats end Summer Coats, together
v.-..h?onts, Vests, Stocks, Hats, Caps, tfc
A 1 Jl. f il .1 t . j: y '.' - i
iiltl fliw; uciilicuii.' lia and Liltllica DOOIS and
Shoes, of every description, all of which will
be sold at prices to suit purchasers. Call and
Sec. 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, snd at prices that will
compare with the Eastern Market, and lowei
than the same articles can be bought st Ports
,7outh or Chillieothe.
Ju! 21. 1854,-tf.
IF M .ILL VOU WILL BIT,
J HN S. HAWK,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO,
fifthr In all kinds of
DRT GOODS, GROCERIES. . HARD
WARE, QUEENSWARE. HATS,
CAPS. BONNETS, BOOTS cj
CLOTHING, IRON & , . '
NAILS, &c. Also,
Agent fur 1 A
LOUDON & Co's. POPULAR FAMILY
S just receiving from Cincinnati, one of (he
Largest a.id best selected stocks of New,
Ever brought to McArthur. emresslT foffhe
Winter trade, which he is detefmihed'to wfll
on the most reasonable terms. -
Just call snd see my New Goods befws
purchasing elsewhere. . -
Bring along your Produce, 'for "in he War
of Barter he w ill give you asgood Iwrgejins as
tnougn you orougni xne uisn.
November 17, isa-1. ist.'c. ly.
AT THE BLU8 CDRNER,
BrABTDUB, TUTOXCOnTF, OHIO.
IN order to dispose or the large: quantities
of Me.chand:se, now In McArthur. wete
convinced of the necessity of rjffeiing induce
ments to customers, sufficient to warrant
them in coming Irom greater distance for
their supplies. To scCjmnlith thia m
DlVlDS THE PROFITS
With our friends. In other words, we will
positively sell, for 'Cash or Produce, . ,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. - HARD
WARE, QUEENSWARE, and tbe
BEST FAMILY GROCERIES, AT
ONE HALF THE USUAL PROFITS
Generally charged in thig region of country.
We gay, to Uie Farmers of Yintoa, we ere
prepared to prove what we say. Call and see
lor yourstdves. And we hereby give ' notice
to all concerned, that the day for 'selling
Goods, in McArtbw, for 50 snd ICO per cent,
is jone by. We have determined to sell for
o snd 10 per ent. end then, make money by
making more sales. -
Our stock is entirely sew, sod ire Trill, as
Ow wants of the people itooire it, renew.-, - i
,Callandsee. 8. S, DEMUTH k Ct ,
'"Nov. H, I854.-6.