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NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Notic ia hereof given, that the Board of
School Examiners for Vinton Conntl.
trill meet at O. T. Gunning's school room in
Mi-Arthur nn li first' .VatnriluV ot each
month, in 1855; 'for the examination if
School Xetchers.. . . ' 'i IL
0, T. GUNNING.
Feb. 2. 1655-tf. '- CUrk vf lhard.
TELEGRAPHED FOR THE STATESMAN & DEMOCRAT.
CINCINNATI, Jan. 27—P. M.
Flour, 47 80u7 90. rrovUions.. ere
quite; bulk meat sold in lots at 41c for
Shoulder and 6Jc for Sides. Clover
teed i6 90. .The market for Groceiies
ii steady. i
Money" ia'tblerabty eay. Essjern Ex
changes la firm at laj, aud New Orleans
McArthur Feb 2
Buttei per lb.
Broom.. ...... 8n30
Beans, W. -1.50
Kets Del doz10
lour per bun.
Flour .per bbl
Lard tier lb.
Molasses pr pal. 30u40
j Pol aloes. Irish.
Siinr N. 0.,
Salt, per bbl
i " Tuble.nrSack. -25
Soau per lb ......35
(Teas, Y. H. 73
" Imperial (100
Wheat per bu. 1,40
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, Feb. 2, 1855.
Brooms ptdoa $2u30(;
Bacon Hams per lb. K.
M Shoulder t
" Sides .." i
Beans, W. per bu, I,7L
Candles, mould- 11'
. Star-...- 21
Cotton Yarns.... JSi
Coffee. Rio . 12J
Flour pi bbl. Ci7,7f
Feathers pc lb -
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,01
Fish, Cod pr lb. f
I.ard pr lb;... V
Molasses, N. O. gal. 22
" S. 11. " 41'
" G. S. "
Nails,-. 10 to 8,1 S42
Sugar N. 0 ' C
' Crushed. .. . 10
Suit. Kauuwha.bu. 55
fens, loose c in packs
. V linper'l,- 75
" Gunn'wdei . 55
Tobacco M&.K. cav.25
Ya. cuv... 2045
Oil. Lard pr gal. 60
Oil, Linseed , 90
Outsir. bu...... . 10
Potatoes. Irish., 125
Siiicruiuspr iu." vtio
. a . at
'allow pi lb.. i ' 1
Tar pr bbl....." 5,50
I iinnlhy wed, Wv'
Wheat pr bu.-... 1,25
Whiskey, Common 30
" Kvc. .... 60
Stjnelta Lodge, Nq.
w- U7, oi i1 ree ami ta
Knied Masons, meels
every Saturday prowling each full mooa
Next regular imrtirg. Jan. 27il).
aaatnii' ...... 1 , .: VJ r.d
i '"i,r -
J. R.WII1T TE MO RE
J. il. AYHITEHORE,
No. 1, Union Bloc;, Second Sired,
KEEPS constantly at wholesale and re
tail, a comii'mtB assorlment of '
MISCELLANEOUS AND SCHOOL
BOOKS. BLANK BOOKS, STA
TIONER Y,A R TIS TS- MA TE
RIALS, WALL PAPER,
ARTICLES, $c, fc.
New Books, Magazines and Newspapers
received as soon as published.
Countr) Merchants are invited toexamine
bis stock, and consider his terms of trade.
January 19, 1854. tf.
, No. 1, Front Street.
fTHE co-partneiship heretofore existing
X between the subscribers, under the hnn
of Oakes & Buskirk, was this day dissolved
by mutual consent. F. J. Oakes having sold
hit entire interest to Messrs. George & Clias.
U. Davis, all claims will be settled, ami debts
collected by Buskirk & Davis, our successors.
.: F. J. OAKES. i
A. W. BUSKIRK.
A. W. DUSKIER, GEO. DAVIS, CHAS. H
BUSKIRK & DAVIS,
. (Successor of Oakes & Buskirk.) -
- WHOLESALE GROCERS
Buckeye Block, . Front Street, ;
; .. . PORTSMOUTH, O.
.January 19, 1854r-tf. .
MAIN STREET. McARTHUR. OHIO
: Also: .
Stage Office, ami Treasurer's Office, kept at
'.IheMcArlhur Houee. : ,
Horses and Buggies for hire, at . the
WcArthur House. .
. Deeembarlst, 1854. 4m
I ! Ii
TIIE CITIZENS OF McA R'
. -L- u and vicinity have at 1
an txee'leut opportunity to obtain one ol the
greniesi luxuries oi nut oy a email ripeuse
and a little attention. There is nothing con
ducts more to iheuui. comfort andhappi
neaii ol a family, as plenty ol good ripe fruit.
And the effects of Oniamenial Trees ou the
mind ever prrxluces cbeerlulness j 'hen why
not set out all ti e vacant parts of our lots in
Ornamental and. Fruit Trees.. Mr. G biggs
oilers lor sale liees ami Grill?: Apples at
20 cts. pet tree, insured; Grafts, best varieties,
at 2J cis. per Graft. InsuieJ; the best Cherry,
riur. Apricot and numbs that can be ob
tained, at oi cts. per gruit, insured; two ol
the finest varieties, at 75 cents per tree; Ho
ve) s seedling Mrawberry: the Imest md larg
est in theUuiied Stales,' 25 cts per dozen or
6 a per hundred. All will be dy to deliv
er to subscribers iu the spring; it id desirable
to have the names, varieties uml pumber by
llie 1st of March. Hand in your names to
my Agents E. A. Bratton, McArlhijr, James
lluys, or Washington Deiiison, in the vicini
ty ol McArihur. Muke your choice from the
following list: .,
, Ai I LLS. , ,
Autumu Sweetiiia, EeutcKiber: American
Golden Kuscelt, winter; American Summer
learniatu, Auiiust; Luldwin, winter; lilack
Seeknulurlher, do.: Uluck Gillillower, do.;
UetlMouer, yellow, di; Brbjiit Bclltiower,
do: llehrioiil or tale, do: Bullock's Pippin.
do; Jlack, do; Bull's Sweet, do; Boroviltfky,
Summer; Benonl. do; Builey Sweet, winter;
Uroadwell Sweeting, do; Borassa, do; Cooiier,
Full; Cumberland Spice, winter; Clark's
aweetiiiE,' do; lJuches do Oldenbcrx, Full;
Danver's Winter SweeJ, do; Detroit, do; Dy
er or Pound 1'oyul, Fall; Downtown Pippin,
do; English Uedstrealt, winter: Esopus Spit'
zeilberg, do; Early Strawberry.Summer; Early
Harvest, do; Full Wine; full; Full Uoldcn
in, do; ramause or l iomrtie de pieige,
do; Foy's Ked winter.w inter; Fink's Seedling,
do; t lushing Siutzenberj', do; l'cderal l'ear
inatih do; Green Newtown Pippin, do: Gale
or Belmont, do; Golden Sweeting, Summer;
Golden Culvilte, do; GraVi-stein,' i'ull; Hub
bards'.on Nonesuch, winter; Hoop Apple, do;
Honey Greening, do; Hays' lied Winter, do;
joiiautaii', no; jeraey sweeting, August; iva
ighu's i'pilzenburg, winter; King's Sweet,
bull; Large Paradise, winter; Lemon Pippin,
do; Little Ureeinii", do; Lady s bweetin, do;
Lippincott, Summei; Lowell or Orange, Full;
Murphy, winteij Milan, do; Miyapple Sweet,
do; Alulo turle, do; iNorton s Melon, do; ior
ilieru Spy, do; Neverfail, do; Newtown Spit-
zenburg, do; Putnam Uusset, do; Pen-iotk's
Ued Winter, do; Peck's Pleasant, do; Posey's
V inter Ked Sweet, do; Priors JKed Winter,
do; Pound ifoyal, or Dyer, Full; Porter, do;
lied Doctor, winter; Khodc Islaud Urecnmg,
do: Uomanile, uo; neu Canada, uo; iioiue
Leuuty, do; Kamsdell's YVinler Sweet, do;
lleinette Triumphant, do; Heine tie Canada
do; Ream's lied Winter, do; Kumbo, do; Bed
Astrachuu, siunmer; Supero Sweet, w inter;
Scarlelt w inter sweet, do; Swaar, do; Sweet
Peariiiuin,do;.Snow Apple, do; Supsouwine
summei; Seevei's Redslreak, Full; Summer
sw eeting, 6iunmer; 1 ew kesbury winter Blush
w inter; Tulpuliowu, do; Trader's Fancy, do;
Vamlevcre, do; Winter Greening, do; White
1 ippiu, uo; vfstheld seekiioluriher, do; win
ter wetu Paradise, do: winter sweet Bambo
doj.Yiuesay, do; winter sweet, Hodge's, do;
v it neve stteetniK. do:, VesU5rn spy. do:
w inlet wine, do; vlnUner 8 sweeting, tall;
Uaiioucr, winter: le bv Newiowu fipinn.
uo; xuiiow iieiiuowcr, do. ...
Ananas, October; Bartlett Scnternber: Buer-
re Del, Novcinber; Bloodgoml, August; Bucr
re d'Areinuiburg, Decemiier; Due ire Brown.
September; Bouire Bose, October; Dearborn's
teedliiiK, Aimusi; Duchcis de Anr.ouleme.
O.'tobei; FieJeri'.kof Werlembura.Sentrniber:
Flemish lSeiiuty, September; Louise Venue d
Jeiiey, Octuuei; .Vtephous' Geneseo, iVeptem
ber; i'eokic.du; Wilkinson, November; Whits
Doyenne, October. Pkice, 25 to 30 Cents,
Yellow Alberw. Gross Minnonne. Boval
George, Crawford's early Meloeoton, early red
uurc'ri, vundinark Uing.very large, WaiJs
L,uie nee, Lhte white Unit;. Purple Alberce.
Old Zrtck, Morris' white. Free. Burr'e Pineao-
plo Cling, Monisuniu Pound, Early Tilloison.
Craw ford's Lata M'locoion.Cuble s late Cling,
Yellow Kurerij,early Anne, Butehatn's Gross
iliigiionue, Prwiher's Cling, very line, Heath
unig, very suj cnor, Cables Late iUelocoton,
liurly Yuik, Jnques' Kureripe, Teton de Ven
us, i-kicei iu cts. siimle felf per 100.
White BiEaneati, Elton. Aav Duke. Biaar-
reau or Grullion, lielleiludigeoise, Belle tie
C'lmjtey, Ued Biiiurreuu. llurper's Biturreau,
American niber, Black Tariarean. Pkice,
25 els. each.
IltUlUUCUS CEKAMENTATj TREE St
Chinese ylilamlius. Catulna. Cvurejs. Euro-
paan Lurch, American Larch, Silver leaf Mi
pie, lloso lcacia.Collulfd, Weepiiij Willow,
Laburnum, Tulip Tree.
EVERGREEN ORNAMENTAL TREES.
Lulsum Fir, Norway A;jrucc, Chinese Ar
borviie,.American do: Scotch Broom. Dwarf
Box, Austriuii Pino, Hemlock spruce, Scotch
Pine, C'orsican Pine, Bed Cedar.
tCi i have a few choice Plum tres. Quince
Bushes, Isabella and Calaweba Grape Vines,
Current end Gooseberry Bushes, Strawberry
Plants,. Fig trees, Hydrageus, Dutch Aspara
gus, (jrc; ulso, twenty varieties of Noiseltee,
wnnese, lea, liurbon, A'cotcn aud Climbing
E. S. GRIGGS.
January 2. 1855 tf. .
500 STOCK HOGS YAiTED!
The Subscriber BrMS
HOGS, for which he will ray Cash.
January 19th, 1855. tf.
DR. DUNLAP, DENTIST.
S11LL continues the practice of
his profession in McArthnr.
thankful for past favors, and solicits the con
tinuance ol the public patronage.
COT Office and Rtsidcncc, Western Hotel.
Jan.. la, 1855 tf. , ,.
e S. DEMUTH & CO. HAVE JUST
kJ received one of the best assortments ol
Candies. Candy Toys, Fire Works, 6c.,ever
brought lo ivicArtluir. jan. ia, if.
SS. DEMUTH & CO., HAVE JUST
received 5000 Valentines, some of
the most beautiful embossed ana embelished,
for Lovers.Brblhers.Sislers.Ladies and Gents:
lyomic, sentimental, end Juvenile, at prices
varying from 2 cents to 50 cents; with beau-
tiinl embossed and gilt envelopes to suit.
Cull and see. Also, a few fine Lithograph
x iciures, r rames, occ. . - i
January 19ih. 1854. 3w.
J OHK SWEPSTOK" SAMUEL J5WEPSTOK,
' T & S. SWEPSTON hare opened a fine
stock of Uoods at r 11 A ITS V1LLE.
tall and see tor yourselves.
Dec. 1st. ia-51.--6mo.-
JOB XV OBK, of every dweriptioa neatly
art, tt thai Offioa. t
The S)att rif Oh 16, " Tin ton Co unh.
John Winters, Plaintiff;'! s J tC
y.'j i IbuuAcuon:
Lucinda Miller ficotlifra, ,
Dafrndanta. i J ' 1
LUCINDA MILLER, widow of Jamea
Miller dee'd; and the unknown heirs
ol said James Miller, dee'd; are hereby
notified that the said John Winters on
the first day of February, 1853, filed bif
petition against them aud another in the
Court of Common Pleas, of said county
of Vinton, the , object and prayer of
which is to correct a mislakt in the des
cription of the following premises to
wit : The South-west quarter of section
hlrty, (30) township eleven, (I I) range
seventeen (17) in said county of Vinton;
n a deed executed by stid James
Miller deceased, ami LuicnJa Mil
ler, to said John Winters.on the 16th
day of August 1543; said mistake con
sisting in the substitution in the above
lescnption of the . AortVwest quarter
for the A'ouil-west quarter of said sec
tion, township aud range, aud the afore-
said defendants are further notified that
they are required to answer said petition
on or before the 31st Uav of March, A.
D. 1855. E. F. BINGHAM.
Ally, for Tllff,
Feb. 2, 1355-6w.
Salt of Real Eitlattby Order of Court.
ON the Seventeenth day of February,
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 McArihur. countr of
Vinton and State of Ohio, will be sold
to the highest bidder the following Real
Estate, as the property of Jeremiah
Robison, deceased, to wit: Fifty acres
off the West end of Lot number eight,
Section number four, (4,) Township No.
nine, (,) Kange No. sixteen, in the
Ohio Company'! Purchase, and in ssid
county of Vinton, Appraised atfc211.66,
and must sell for two-thirdsof lhatsum.
Terms 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 the deferred payments,
from the day of Sale. '.
E.F. BINGHAM. Admr.of
JEREMIAH ROBISON, dee'd.
Jan. 19, 1855.4w..
IJOTICE is hereby given, that a peti
HJ tion will be presented to next March
lao5, session of the Commissioners
Vinton' county, Ohio, praying an alter
ation of the Bond lea dins from Hol
land's sawmill, in Jackson tp'.'in said
Vinton county, towards Locust Grove,
intersecting the Logan road near James
s. ito.ls as follows, to wit: That said
alteration commence at the centre
said road on Section No. Eleven, in Jack-
on township, in ssid Vinton couuty,
at a stake near a w liite oak tree, on the
north side of a small run; -thence
south easterly direction to a forked dog
wood on Lew is Sim's laud; tlienc? more
Southern lo a fallen white oak, on the
line between the afcrejaid Sims & Bell;
thence south near the said line, (o
small chestnut bush; thence south-east,
erly to a dogwood slake; (hence south fo
intersect the aforesaid Logan road, and
there fo terminate.
Jon. 26th. 55.4w
S, S. BEMUTH & CD.,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, O.,
KEFP constantly on hand tlie following
Genuine and Popular Medicines:
Seller's Liver Pi Us. Dr. Lee's Pi!1.
Seller's Vermifuge, . Drs. Joues McL's do.
Seller's Imp'l C S., Dr. Joues' Cough Syrup.
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. B. Liniment.
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Relief do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Ksthairon, Vegetable Huir Oil,
Lears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Cologne.
Castor Oil, Sweet Oil,
Uriuth Oil. . Oil of Snike.
Harlem Oil, Medicanieutum.
Also, Godfrey s Cordial, Salesman s Drops.
Sloan's Condition Powder; and Essences
11 kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
December 2a, '54. 6m.
O. SWETLAKD. ' '. I B.C. COGSWELL.
SWETLAXD & COGSWEL,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AND TANNERS & CURRIERS,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO
A NN0UNCES to their friends and the
ii public, that they have formed a co-part
nership lor five years, in the above business
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,
and on the most liberal terms.
TANNING & CURRYlNG.-lArather
of all kinds; Sole, Upper, Kipand Calf Skins,
kept constantly on hand and (or sale at the
lowest figures.' Persons bringing Hides can
have them Tanned ou the shares.
rry Hides and Tan Bark wanted at
times, for which the highest prices will
. PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
HMHE subscriber having leased the above
JL House, (lormerly tbe United Mates Ho
tel.) and having made a complete renovation
and re-furnished the house with new Furniture
throughout, respectively invites the traveling
pnblic to give nun a call. ,
' HIS. TABLE
Will alway s contain the beet that the market
affords, and no means will be spared to make
all comfortable. JOUH KOVV
O ct. ICih, 1854 .
00 Hides Wancld!
. (GREEN OR DRIED.)
For which we will pay 4 S Cents per
S.& DJiMUTli & vO.
December 22nd, 1854. tf. '
i YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the GiltrVnvi
IU DENNING, CAMFBELL& CO.
hi.y3166a. v. " i ' '
THE 3 TA TE VF OHIO VINT QN CO:
Samuel Erjoki, " Court of Com. 'Pleas.
" ts " i tii March Term, 1855;
Etin Brooks, J Petition for Divorce.
TTE said defendant Eliza Brooks, wiil
take notice that ".he said petitioner
Samuel Brooks, did on the 24th day of
January, A. D., 1855, file in the office of
the Clerk of the Court of Caramon Pleas,
within and for said county of Vinton,
his petition setting forth .among oilm
things: That he was lawfully married to
the aaid Eliza, obout the fourth day of
Mar A. D. 1844. That he lived with
said Eliza until about lh winter of J&19
-50, as a good, loving and faithful hus
band; iDsi.at in aiq last mentioned
time, the said Eliza left the ssid Sam
uel, and has remained abseut up to the
present time, being absent moie tbau
three year last past. That said Eliza
associated with other men, and left with
one Abram Hawk. Praying a decree of
disuluton of said marriage contract, aud
release of all obligations on account of
same; that said Eliza be barred of all
dower claim in real or personal property
of said Samuel, and for such other relief
as may be according to law. Which
petition will be herd at the next Term
of aforsaid Court. 1
BRATTON and SMITH,
' Alty't for Ptlitiontr;
Jan. 26, 1855. 6w. J
The Stat', of Ohio, Vinton County.
Harmon Egbert, Court of Com. Pleas.
: sgaiiikt . .. To March Term, 1855.
Mary B. Egbert. J Petition for Divorce.
THE said Defendant, Mary B. Egbert,
will take notue that the said Pe
titioner, Harmon Egbert.did.oa the 24th
day of January, 1855, file in the Clerks
office of said Court of Common Pleas
his Petition; tatting forth among ulher
things, that he was lawfully married to
the said Mary, ou '.he twenty. second day
of March, A. D. 1854, that he lived
with Iter as a good, loving and faithful
husband, in the counties of Hamilton
and Lawrence, unli1 on or about the first
day of September, A. D, 1854, that at
this time the said Mary absented herself
from the said Harmon, and has remained
absent ever since, and wholly neglected
to attend to the household and family
duties of the petitioner; that she is guil
ty ot gross neglect of duty; praying a
dissolution of said marriage contract,
and that the parlies may be released
from any and all obligations, on account
of the same; that said Mary may be bar
red of all right of dower, and all claim
in real and personal property of the pe
titiouer, and for other relief, which pe-
tition w ill be heard at the next Term of
BRATTON and SMITH,
Attys. for Pet'r.
Jan. 2G, 18U5. 6w.
John Clint's Estate.
TVTOTICE is hereby given, that Godlive
JL 1 Uine has been duly appointed Admin
istrator ol the Estate of John Cline, deceased,
late of Vinton county, Ohio.
GODLIVE CLINE, Admr.
Jan. 2G. 1855.-3w. , .
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The Stole of Ohio, Vinton County.
Simeon II. Tilton, GuarO Probate Court
iliau of Elizabeth, Wil. ln ,
iam and Sarah Burns, f eu,,on 1
Exparte. J sell Land.
Y virtue of an order of sale to me
directed, from the Probate Court of
sain vinion county, in ine above rase I
will as said Guardian, on Saturday, the
3rd day of February, A. D., 1855, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M..
and 4 o'clock, P. M., of said day, offer
for sale, at public Audio i, upon the
premises, the Interest of the above na.ii-
d Elizabeth, Yv illiam, anJ Sarah; be
ne time equal undivided fourth parts
of the following described premises, sit
uated in the said county of Viuton, to
wit: The Sor.lli-wet quarter of the
North-west quarter of Section No. three,
Township No. Ten, Range No. eighteen,
containing Forty acres, more or less,
1so, the North east quarter of the
North-west quarter, of the Section,
Township end Range, aforesaid, con
taining Forly acres, more or less;
w hich said really is subject to the dower
estate of Hannah Gough, late widow of
Patrick Burns, deceased; appraised at
83 33, each share, and which will be
sold on le following Terms, to wit:
One Third of the purchase money in
hand, the balance in two equal annual
paymenlb, with interest from I tie ddyof
sale. SIMEON H. TILTON, -
Jan. 5, 1855 4 w Guardian &c. .
We are requested to sav that a full
and perfect title can be obtained for the
above realty, as the Widow's .interest
and the other fourth par) can be bought
at the same time by the purchaser.
E. A. BRATTON.
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL ESTATE,
Sfal of Ohio, Finfon County.
Simeon H. Tilton, 1 Probate Court.
Guardian of Wra. V Petition to sell
Burns, Exparle. J Land.
Y virtue ot en order ot sale to me
directed, from the Probate Court of
said Vinton county, in the above case, I
will, as 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 caid day, offer
for sale at public Auction, upon the
premises, situated in said county of
Vinton, the following Real Estate, to
wit: The North West qnarter, oi the
North West quarter, of section number
Three.Township number Ten, and Range
number Eighteen, containing forty acres
more or less. Appraised at 6250. On
the following Terms, to wit: One third
cash in hand, and the balance in two
equal annual payments, with interes
from the cay of Sale. .
SIMEON II . TILTON,
Jan'y. 5, 1855 4w
A New supply, and fine assortment,
XX substantial and Fancy Clothing, just
received and for sale at
STERNBERGER & SHOWER'S.
Nov. 24. '54. tf.
O LANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES
XJ and all BlovU required under the Jus
tices' Code, for justices of the Peace, art eo.-
stanllv kepi tti hand ana tor sate oy
- DEMUTH & Co.
ot. S 1,1854.-W.' -
RliLiOYD & CO,
... , WHOLES A LEBburAND SHOE WAREHOLfeE,f
V 7N0. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK, FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
II AVE just received their extensive FALL STOCK, consisting of all the latest lje and
" fashions, Our stock having beeu purrhused direct from the manufacturers, principally
for cash, with g rest care in the selection of quality an J sizes adopted to the Western tradc.we ,
are eaabled to offer superior inducements this Fail, and are determined not to b:- undersold -by
any regular house eitlier ia New .York. Philadelphia or Baltimore.' . '
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots and Slue will be fouaia large and if all Kite-'
ted slock of . - ' . HATS 'AND CAPS, ...,...,,'.
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trarle.. . Mep:lunU and Furuice Owuars visiting our city,
are invited to call aud txamme for themselves.
-a- .i;.TO THE LADIES. ' i '-v. ."'':
We are now manufactnring a superior article of Ladies' and Misses' G titers, Buskiis and
Siipjier. , Having procured some of the beet workmen in the West, we are prepared to sup.
ply flwso who wautcuslom work, -
' . . LEATHER.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather, 12.00 lbs. No. I White Sole Leather. 30 dotan
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawford's Skins, 10 dozen Kip Skins. Upper leather and Shot
Finding always on baud and for sale at the lowest market price.
January 20. 1854. i ly. . .
Ihave just received a large stock of Notions,
comprising all articles usually kept iu
stores of this cisaipiiou; consisting in part
of the following articles. Dealers will lind
it to, iheir interest to examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhere; as from lung experience
in the business, I feel confident I can offer
inducements. Beeswax genseng aud feathers
taken at their highest maritet priced.
, R. DAVISON,
Next to the Valley Bank, Chill icotbe, O.
January lath, lbSS. ti.
COAT, Vest, Dress and Shirt Buttons;
Tuck, Fine and Dressing Combs;
' Jvory, shell and horn do.j '
Horn, Rubber, Puff", Buffalo and Hair
Pins; Spool Cotton, all colors and
qualities; Patent and Shoe Threads;
Gun caps, Hooks and Eyes;
Silk snd Twist; Purses of all kinds;
100 doz Port Monies, assorted;
Cloth, Hair, nail and tooth Brushes;
German and English Pins;
Gold, Plated and Common Jewelry;
Sewing Birds; Work boxes and Baskets;
Knives, Scissors; and Spoons;
Jews Harps and Harmonicas;
Toys, jlccordeohs, Violins and String?;
fancy soaps and ferlumery;
Pens and Holders; Can.Letter Note Paper;
White and colored Envelopes; Dominoc3,
Cards and Dice; Backgammon Boards;
Ttantpareut and Common Slates; Lead
and Slate Pencils; Tape, Shoe and Corset
J aces; Suspenders; Bonnet Wirei
Tobacco Boxes; Whtlebone; ,
Matches and Soaps; Razors
. and Strops; Carpet Bind
ing and Leather head1
. 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
ofl'ejed for sale at small profits.
Jan. 12, 1855. tf. R. D.4VIS0N.
Cigars! Cigars!! Cigars!!!
riHE siibsciber would respectfully inform
X Dealers that he is now manufacturing a
superior article of Cigars, which he warrants
are computed 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 ciuars where tfiev will have an op
portuiiity ol reluming thein if not satisfied,
as all cigars purchased Irom me can ue return
ed if not giving perfect satisfaction.
A good assortment cf low-priced Cigars
always on hand, at the Notion Store.
Jan. 12, OJ. . jua v ilksu.v.
cililiiin. hnnnd ill
p-jT'i flJ 'ine morocco, wiw
beuutiiurplalts; containing Venus and Adon
is, and o'ther poems.
Byron s Life end Writingslbounurin goou
tyle, with numerous engraving.
History ol Ohio, with plates. rj-c.,by nowe.
Life and Writing of Mrs. Partington.
Y'ounp Man's Book of Knowledge.
Life of Christ, by Fletcher.
Robert Bruce, the Hero King; together with
general assortment of Books and Stationary
of all kinds; for sale at
DliMUTU & UOS.
Dec. 8th, 1854. 6mo.
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEALER IS
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
QtEEKaWAEE, CULM AND GLASS.
. NEW GOODS!
HAVING made very late purchases, at ex
tremely low prices; I have the cheapest,
nd probably the best stock of
DRY GOODS & QUEENSWARE
In the Wert; to which I invite the attention
of cash aud responsible buyers.
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, 1854.
At Pbattsvh.le, wish to purchase Hides for
which the highest Market price will be given
January o, 15)00. if.
UW GOODS! GREAT BARGAINS!!
At the NEW STORE of
STERNBERGER & SHOWER,
EAST END OF SISSCN I HUBERT'S BUILDINGS
Main Street, Mcirthvr, Ohio.
TT7E wish to announce to the citizens of
W w Vinton county, that we have perma
nently located in McArthur, and have just re
ceived from the eastern cities one of the latz
est and best selected stock of
FALL f WINTER CLOTHING
UBY UOODS, xlARDWARE. HOOTS. SHOES.
QueensWaRe, Hats, Caps snd Groceries,
ever opened in this market, all of which we
w ill sell tower than the same articles can
bought for in the County. We will also keep
constantly on hand a good assortment ol tine
Cutlery; Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry,
Occ. &c. Our mends are respectliilly invited
to call and examine our stock before buying
elsewhere, as we are determined to give good
Gj- uouktrt Produce of all kinds re
ceived at the highsst cash prices.
Oct. 20th, 1851.-6m, .
STRAW CUTTERS. ' ,
rtr YANKEE Straw Cutters! from (7
iJ 012; received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
' July 29. 1853. . . ,
TUST received; warranted pf tjiis fall's
nJ catching, No. 2 Mackerel, of tbe best
quality. No. 4 White or Lake fish for . sale
at S. S. DEMUTH Co V,
F.nncy, Store, ;
. .. CpfOilt Bralltiw Law office ' .'.
MAIN ST. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.;; ' -''
rf!HE subscriber has 'permanently localaj
X in McArihur aud opened a good assorted.
stock of , , , ,i ,i
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry.and Fancy Articles,
consisting in part of Clocks of every variety,
eoldet Silver Watches, Levers, Eacapments,
Lapeens and Quaitters, Ace. Gold and Metal
ic Pens, Spectacles, Seals, Mottoes, Pocket
Books, Port Monies, &c;, Also Jewelry, such
as Ladies and Gents, Pins and Finger Rings,
Lockets. Ear Rings' and Drops, and other ar
ticles to tedious to mention all fpr sale at
tbe lowestcash prices. . t
Clocks & Watches cleaned and repaired
at short notice, and warranted if well used
to keep time, Jewelry of all kinds repaired in
the bust manner. Having been in the trade a
number oi years 1 know lean give my cus'.tv
mers good work, at reasonable prices.
. A. STAHLBERO. ;
July 28 1851 6mo. ' .
E, P. BOTHTELL
WISHES to inform the citizens ofthl
community, theft he Is now manuTac
turing, ar keeps on hand, a very superior, article
of beadsteads, also a good assortment, of
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES
etc all of which he offers for safe on reasona
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.
u fact u re bench screws and baud screws of var
ious sizes. Tue patronage of the Publia if
July 21 51 6mo.
IF YOU CALL YOU WILL BUY.
JHN N S HAWK, . ,
MAIN STREET,. McARTHUR, OHIO, ;
Dealer, ia all, kinds of '
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, QUEENSWARE, HATS,
CAPS.. BONNETS, BOOTS a . . .
. SHOES. READY-MADE .
CLOTHING, IRON &
NAILS, &c. Also,;
LOUDON & Co'e. POPULAR FAMILT
S just receiving from Cincinnati, one of the
Largest a.id best selected 6tocks of New,
Ever brought to McArthnr, expressly for the
Winter trade, which he is determined to sell
on the most reasonable terms.
Just tall and sec my JNew uoods ceiore
purchasingelsewhere. '' " :
Brinir alone vour Produce, for in the way
of Barter he will give you as good bargains a
though you brought the 'astt. i j
JNovembcr 17, ioH. isi, c. iy.
CHAS. A. M. DAMAKIN & Co
RECEIVED direct from Nrw Orleans, ;
575 hhds fair to prime N. O. Sugar;
20 ' clarified uo. r
109 bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugar:
54 bxs white Havana, for candy snd syr
ups j ; . '
2337 bis N. O.Molases; '
75 do "St. James" choice sugar H.mo-
las.se;9 . ' t 1
.100 do Common sugar.II. molasse. ...
10 do Golden syrup;
65 .Tes- Rice; . ; '1"
300 bags Rio and Java coffee; . ', ' .
Which, together with a full and complete
slock of. ' ';
Woodw are Buckets, tub.zine washboards.
brooms, &c. ..
Fruits & Nuts Figs, rasins' alnionds pe
cans, E. Walnuts, filberts; Brazil nulB; etc.
Spices 'Ground and ungrourutPepper;
alspices; cinnamon: cloves; ginger; nutmegs:
risH macaerai; urieu ncrrutg, couusu; tar
dines: Teas A large stock of fresh Imperial;!:
Hysou; gunpowder and black tea:
TonAcco f ives; eights ana pouna piugoi
gootl Virginia, Missouri and Kentucky brands
also, Uedge (y- JJro a autt omer goou urouus
of 6 twist tobacco: -
Dye stuffs Indigo; copperas madder and
alum: ' 11
Soetdriet Soap; candles, starch, chocolate;
salaeratus; super carbonateof soda; epsom
salt; lead; shot; warpping paper; &c.,6cc.
we will set at ine raguiur vintinuaui
wholesale prices: ';
Portsmouth, April 11,1854,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER,'
One door East of D. D. T. Hard's Store,"
IIAMDEN, OHIO,- 1 :s;
RESPECTIVELY announces to thetfll.
citizens of HAMDEN, and vicin-Pkil1
ity that lie has permanently located at Ham
tltn, and has commenced the manufacturing
of Boots end Shoes; M.ms', Womens', and
Childrens', of ivery variety. All work war-,
ranted, and made at the shortest notice..
Prices to suit the times. Repair done wilh
neatness and dispatch.
December. 22, 1854 3mo. ,
GEORGE SUTHERLIN &C0.,
AGENT8 FOR THE SALE OF i
Virginia & Kentucky Manvfactvria?
tob acco, ;s ;
COMMISSION MERCHANTS;', l
No. 1, Buckkvk Block, Fromt St
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. ' "" ' '
October 3,1854." , - -
Songs, - Songs. -
S' S.' DEMUTH f go'llAVE-
just received a. lprge assorlment of pop-4,
plpr Song Books, among which will be founJ!
i-The Plow Boy's Songjier," "A -AicsnSonR.
steT,M "Tti aEilevjif Erin,' "OM Irelsnd'a:
Gem;" also, a collectiw gro MelodiH.