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MARKETS.
McArthur Feb. 8.
.Apples, D.,.
15
8
6
30
Oreec UwS,-
" ShouUers,
" Sides',..-.
Brooms........
Beans, W,
Coffee,....
Candles,.
Cheese..
....1,60
15
20
Cloverseed 60C
Corn 4ua50
Eggs pel Joz-..-..10
Flour per hun. 4oO
Flour .per bbl $9,50
Flax Seed ...... .75
Feathers,....
Fish, White,'
..40
6
EalO
' Mackerel,
Hides-
4
.,?5.1ron,
bu'J
Leather... .".18o31
Lard pet lb. ' l
Molaseet pr gal. 30u40
Nails, 3d to lOd, 6al2
Oets, 35
PolaKKS, Irish. 100
Peacces, D., 2,20
j Pork prcwt ... 4,00
lo.suuar X U.. b
Loaf. 121
" Crushed.. 10al2
Salt, per bbl 3.50
" Table, pi Sack, -25
Soap per lb ......3a5
Teas, Y. H. 15
Imperial ftlOO
Tallow. 12
Wheat per bu. 1,40
1 Wool per lb-.. -25a 10
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, Feb. 8, 1855.
Apples, Dried-12;
Brooms prdoz t'2a30C
Bacon Hams per lb. 10
." Shoulder 6
" Sides " 6
Beans, W. perbu. 1,75
Caudles, mould- l
Sur 24
Cotton Yarns- l&i
Cheege.W.R.Ib.lOall
Coffee, Rio-. 121
loverseed,. 7.0(1
Flour pi bbl 17,75
Feathers pr lb." 41)
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,00
Fish, Cod pr lb. S
" Mackerel &12u2l
Lard pr lb. . t
Molasses, N. O. gal. Si
8.11. 40
" Q. S. " 5i
Nails,-. 10 to 8d U
Sugar K. O.
' Ixaf 0
Crushed" 10
Salt. Kanawha, bu. 55
Teas, loose in packs,
Y. II.. lb. 45100
" lmper'1,. 75
- Gunp'wdet 55
Tobacco M&K. cav.25
Ve. cav...20oi5
Oil. Lard ir !. 80
Oil, Linseed " 90
Oats nr. bu. E0
i'eaches.DrieU... 3,UU
Potatoes. Irish., 125
Salfcidtuspr lb." &5J
allow pt lb." II
Tar pr bbl. 5.50
Timothy seed, MvP-ft
Wheat pr bu."" 1,5
Whiskey, Common 30
" Mon'hula. 55
Rye, . Ce
v- Delia Loilcrc. No.
XTa07. of Free and Ac
4&i:ei)ied M:sont, meets
wy Saturday preceeding each full moon.
Next regular incetiug, Jan. 27th.
THE GREEK SLAVE!
BACCHANTE, VENUS, FLOSA, HEBE,
AND THE DANC NG GIRL.
MHK above celebrated Stiiues, Nether
J. with liftpen Statuettes in Bronze, and
several hundred magnificent Oil Tainting),,
form tlie collection of prizes to be distributed
among the members of the Cosmopolitan Art
Association at the first annual distribution on
the 28th dey of February.
The Cosmopolitan Art and Literary
Association,
Organised for ti.e Encouragement and Gen
eral Dijffnsion of Literature and the Fine
Arts on a tie uad original plan.
This popular Art Association is designed to
encourage end populatire the Fine Arts, and
disseminate wholesome Literature throughout
llie country. A Cillery of Art is permanent
ly founded, Hnd will contuin a valuable col
lection of ruin lings and Statuary, fur thean
uuitl distribution of each year. The best
Literature of the day, will be issued to sub
scribers, consisting i-f tlie populur Mouthly
Magazitien, Reviews, dr.
The Commit. re of M:itisig'-miit have the
pleasure of uinuinui-iic that ilw Fiisl Annual
distribution will ink.' place on the 33th January
next, at whit h time will l distributed
or allotted to nu mbers several hundred Works
of ArUinonn which it- oriiniil uud world
teunwned fuuiwol tbe Greek Slave, by Hiram
Putters, costing over five, thousand dollars!
together with tlie lieiiutiful Statics of Venus,
Bucchunte, lick, Flora and the Dancing Girl;
end fifteen Statuettes in l5rt.iuc.importc.il from
Paris; l?o,a large ail lei lion of Oil Paintings,
loroprisiiig some of the If.-1 productions
celebrated Ainciirau and Foreign Artist3.
The Literature issued to subscribers consists
of the lollowing Monthly Magazines: Harp
er's, Putnam's. Knickerbocker. Blackwood's,
tirahani'6, Miiine of Art, aiulGodey's La
tly's Rock, and tlie Quarterly Reviews re print
ed in New Yoik: Edinburgh,. Westminister,
London Quarterly, and North British.
PUN FOR THE CLOSEST YEAR-- ISM 5,
The yment of three dollurs constitutes
anyone a member of this Association end
entitles him to either one of the above Maga
zines for one year, and also to a ticket in the
distribution of the tatury and Painting,
which are to be allotted to members in Janu-
"J-
Persons taking five memberships are enti
tled to any five of the Magazines one year,
and to aix tickets in the distribution.
Persons, on becoming memliers. can have
their Maeazine commence with any month
thev choose, and rely on its being mailed
them promptly on the first of every month,
direct from the New York and Philadelphia
Publishers.
LITIELL'S LIVING AGE, Weekly, is fur
nished one year and two memberships for fi6.
The net Droceeds derived from the sale
memberships, ire devoted to the purchase
worn i.- .ri lor me ensuing year.
Looks open to receive names at the Eastern
office, New York, or western otiite, amuus
ly The Gallery of Art is located at Sandusky
(the Western office of the Association,) where
superb Granite Buildings have Deen crecteu
for it. and in whose spacious saloons the splen
did collection of Statuary and Paintings are
xhibited.
The admlagcB secured by becoming a mem
btr of this Association are
1st. All persons receive the full value
their subscription at lite start, in inesnapeoi
sterling Magazine Literature.
2d. Each member is contributing toward
purchasing choice Works of Art, which are
to be distributed among themselves, and are
the same time encouraging the irtists of the
country, disbursing thousands ot dollars thro
its agency.
Persons in remitting funds for membership.
will please eive their post office address
lull, stating the month they wish the M.iga
line to commence, and write the word "Reg
.istered"on tlie envelop to prevent loss, on the
receipt of which, a certificate of membership
together with the magazine desired, ill
lor warded to any part ol the couutry.
Those who purchase Magazines at Book
stores will observe that by loinirg this asso
ciation, they receive the Magazine and Free
Ticket in the annual distribution, all at the
same price they now pay for the Magazine
lone.
. Persons subscribing any time before the 30th
of January, are entitled to the Magazines for
joDD. . 1
- CLOSING OF THE BOOKS!
Subscriptions will be received up U the 30th
January, at which time the distribution will
take place.
" ' fltuttratcd Dueriptivt Catalogue of the
whole collection to be distributed, will
tent free of charge on application.
OrT- Offices of the Associations the Rnic
kerbocker Magazine ofilce,384 Broadway, New
YoikV Bnd airo. lob, Water St. Sandusky,
Ohio.' Address, (at either ofike,) for mem
berships,. ,i ,. t
' t. U DERBY, Actuary C. A &L A.-
v"v .
6300,000
IN GIFTS FOR THE FECFLE!
CAPITAL CITY ART-UNION,
COLVMBUS, OHIO.
BURNELL CO'3. SECOND GREAT
GIFT DISTRIBUTION, Every person
having Ticket gets- an Engraving worth SI.
The proprietors take great pleu8ure in an
nouncing to the citizens of the .Union, that
in consequence of the great satisfaction man
ifested by the ticket-holders of our first great
Distribution, and tlie many thousand solicit
ations from all parts of the coumrv, in rela
tion to wiieiher we tnieiui getting up another
Distribution of Gifts for the people, we hive,
after an immense outlay, been enabled to of-
ler to our tlrousunds of patrons the following
valuable, magui'V'ent, and unprecedented
Brilliant Scutum, to be distributed as soon
as the tickets are soldi
LisTOFGirrs to be distributed by the Man
agers of Capital City Art-Union.
Tickets only due Dollar:
And every one entitled to a hunsome L'ngra
ving, and a share in the distribution of the
following valuable property;
1 Farm in the State of Indiana
610.000
8,000
0,000
t do in Ohio
I do do
I four-story Brick Dwelling 6c
Let, io Columbus, Ohio,""
I do do do
1 Beautiful residence in the
town of Mount Vernon
1 Two-story Brick Building in
Chillicothe.""
1 Brick Cottiigtt and Lot in Co
lumbus
1 do do do
1 Frame do do do
1 Handsome Country residence
in Sego, Perry county, Ohio,
4 Splendid building lots in Cu-
lumbus,ut&3,0U0"'
10 do o do (1,500
G.500
6,500
5,500
3,500
3.000
3,000
2,500
1,500
8,000
15,000
4 do do Cleveland,
1 Grand Action Piano (Chiik
erinc's) 6.00C
l,2j0
I Gold Watch, set with Dia
monds '
5 Gold Watches, at &500 each
10 Rosewood Piano, at &500-.
10 do do at 400-.
10 do do at 300-.
50 Gold Watches, at &l 50-...
100 do at 100
100 do ct 75
100 do ' at 40
300 Silver do at 20
500 do do ct 15
1000 Indies' Gold Breast Pins, at $1
200 do B.ocha Shawls, ut
500 do Silk Dress Patterns,
at 20
5000 Gold Pencils, at 3-........
10000 Gold Pens, with silver Cu.w.
at 62
2n000Gold Rings, at .1,00 each"..
I20!t do at 1,00 each""
1,000
2,500
5.000
4,000
3.C0U
7,500
10.000
7,500
4.000
C000
7.500
4 000
:,ooo
10,000
15,010
20.000
30.000
12,(te4
Evdry person, by paying ONE DOLLAR,
will rvceiie a certificate of membership, en
titling him to a handsome largo Lithographic
Knttruvine of the new and inagniQcenl Cap
itol ol'-Ohiw, forming one of ti e most
beautiful parlor ornameir.u ever gotten up as
an rnmvina. and lichly worth u dollar (the
publisher's retail price.) Ivuh subsciibcr
will alro be entitled to a share in the distri
bution of llie nilu enumerated in the Scheme
The EiiBravi.iis can be sent by mail to any
part of the country, and we will toinn ence
delivering them to thc-e having tkkcs by
the liiuuiith of January. :
For particulars, Tickets flee, &r.,cll on
. A:-rnt at . We will
send bills, circulars. 6fC, on application,
(postpaid,) EU KNELL tt CO
Februarys. ISM. tf '
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
TVToticB is hert ny given, t hr. t the Board of
L i School Examiners for Vinton County
will nifftutO. T. Gunning's sellout room in
McArtl.ur, on the first Saturday ol carh
month, in 1855: for the examination of
4'i.hooi Teachers.
O. T. GUNNING.
Feb. 2. 1355 tf. Cl:rk of Heard.
NOTICE!—JOHN SWEPSTON
takes this method of informing all who have
unsettled accounts on the Books of Swepstn.i
& Allison, that the Books are in the lianas
of J. C. P. Brown, rt the. store formerly oc
cupied by G. W. & A.J. Duukle., euiil
Urow n naving mil power una u n,io;iiv to
seti'e the same.
JOHNSWEPSTO.V.
February 2, 1855.-
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J.KAVIIITTEMOJIE.
J. II. AVH1TEM0RE,
No. I, Union Block, Second Street,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
KEEPS constantly at wholesale and re
tail, a complete assortment of
MISCELLANEOUS AND SCHOOL
BOOKS. BLANK BOOKS, VTA
T10NEU r,A H T1S TS' MA TE
JtlALS. WALL PAPER,
PERFUMERY, FANCY
ARTICLES, Jc, c
New Books. Magazines and Newspapers
received as soon as published.
Country Merchants are invited (oexamine
his stock, and consider his terms of trade.
January 19, 1854. tf.
HIcARTUUR HOUSE.
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO
JOHN SWEPSTON,
4J
Also:
Stage Office, and Treasurer's Office, kept at
uie tticsiuuur xiouse.
CGTHorses and Buggies for hire, at the
McArthur House.
December 1st, 1854. 4m
Swcclmcals.
s.
S. DEMUTH & CO. HAVE. JUST
received ooft of the best assortments ot
Candles. Catidy Toys, Fire Works, cj-c.erer
laffi ill: r "
fiit'HE!''' fevJ .:iiiftiJ',;--
Drought to McArthur. jan. 19, if.
Tit Stat -of Ohio, Virion bounty.
John Winters, Plaintiff;") 1
r . 'J!-.1."1, .v" CWil Action.
Luanda Miller 5c others.'
Defendants. j
LUCINDA MILLER, widow ofJamen
Miller dee'd; and the unknowu heirs
ol said James Miller, dee'd; are hereby
notified that the said John Winters on
the first day of February, 1855, filed hit
petition against them and a nother io the
Court of Common Pleas, of said county
of Vinton, the object and prayer of
which is to correct a mistake in the des
cription of the following premises to
wit: The South-west quarter of section
thirty, (30) township eleven, (1 1) range
seventeen (17) in saidcounty of Vinton;
n a deed executed by said James
Miller deceased, and Luicnda Mil-
er, to said John Winters, on the 16th
lay of August 1 S 1 3; said mistake con
sisting in the substitution in the above
lescription of the iS'oriA-west quarter
for the Sonf-west quarter of said sec
tion, township and range, and the afore
said defendants are further notified that
they are required to answer said petition
on or before the 31st day of March. A.
D. IS55. . E. F. BINGHAM.
Ally, for ?ltf,
Feb. 2, 1355-6vr.
Sale of IUal Estate by Order of Court
N the Seventeenth day of February,
A. D. 1855, between the hours of
Eleven o'slock A, M and three o'clock
P, M., at the door of the Court House
in the town of McArthur. count of
-4
Vinton and State of Ohio, w ill be sold
to the highest bidder the following Real
Estate, as tne property or Jeremiah
ltobison, deceased, to wit: Fifty acres
off the West end of Lot number eight,
Section number four,(4,) Township No.
nine, (U,) Kange INo. sixteen, in the
Ohio Company's Purchase, and in said
county of Vinton. Appraised at$21l,66,
and must sell for two-third s of thatsum,
Tcbms or Sale. One-third of the pur
chase money iu hand; one third in six
uiouths,ond one-third in twelve months,
with interest on the deferred payments,
from the day of Sal.
E.F. BINGHAM. Admr.of
JEREMIAH KOBISON, dee'd.
Ju. I'J, 1855. 4 w.
Road Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that a petition
will be presented to the Commissioner
of Vinton county, at their next meeting on
the 5th day of March, a. u. 1655, for a view
of a County Road, as follows:
Commencing on the State road leading from
McArfhur to Chillicothe. on the line between
lands of Kobt. Aikiu and Claypool's, thence
to run on the Eurvey of a Countv roml. omn.
ted by a jetition from James linthwell and
others, to the line between Enid ChmuKil'a
lun.l and George Brown's, thence the neurest
uuu otsi rour, in a ivirui-west direction to
tlu- line ol lands of Win, Hays and Jesse
Drake; thence the nearest and best rout thro'
land rf said Drake to a large dry white oak
tree, on trie line Between said Drukeand An-
mew vunr, uiriu.c io a cuestnui tree near
haul lurry s ueld, llience to tlie lane opposite
ham L-urrj s iiouse, inence with said lane
the county road leading irmn Stephen Swish
sis to Allensville, opposite the school house,
ma wieru to ciiii.
MANY PETITIONERS.
Feb. 2, 1655 Iw
Road Notice.
B.20TICE is hereby given, that a reti
! tiou will be presented to next March
IbDJ, session ol the Commissioners of
Vinton county, Ohio, praying an alter
a lion of the Koad leadinc from Hoi-
I mid s sawinill, in Jackson tp', in taiJ
Vinton county, towards Locust Grove.
inttrsectirg the Logan road near James
S. Be. Is as follows, to wit: That said
alteration commence at the centre
said road on Section No. Eleven, in Jack
oil township, in sam Vinton county,
at a stake near a w hite oak tree, on the
north side of a small run; thence
south-easterly direction to a forked doc
wood on Lewis im s land; iliencs more
ooutlitru to a fallen w lute oak, on the
Hue betweeu the aforesaid Sims fie Bell;
llience south near the said line, (o
small chestnut bush; llience south-easf
erly to a dogwood siuke; thence south
intersect the aforesaid Logan road, and
there to terminate.
MANY PETITIONERS,
Jan. 2Cth, 55 4w
I. O. SWtTLASD. : : : : : B.C. COGaWELli
SWETLAM) & fOGSYVEL,
BOOT fie SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AND TANNERS & CURRIERS,
MAiN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO
k NXOUNCES to their friends and the
XJL luiblic. that they have formed a co-part
ncrship lor live years, in the above business
1JOUTS A1NJJ SMUi!.5i
Mens'. Wnmens', Boys' and Youths', of every
variety will be kept constantly on baud, ami
made to order at the shortest possible notice
and on (he most liberal teims.
TANNING tfr CURRYING. Leather
of oil kinds: Sole. Upper, Kipand Calf Skins
kept constantly on hand and for sale at
lowest figures.' Persons bringing Hides
have them ranned on the 6hares.
ITT" Hides end Tan Bark wanted at
times, for which the highest prices will
given.
Dec-ember 22. lS54.-tf.
Ruckcjc Block,
No. 1, Front Street.
DISSOLUTION,
f I M1E co-partneishlp heretofore existing
JL between the subscribers, under the linn
of Oakts &Buskirk, was this day dissolved
by mutual consent. F. J. Oakes having sold
his entire interest to Messrs. George & Chas.
H. Davis, all claims will be set tied, and debts
collected by Buskirk & Davis, our successors.
F. J. OAKES,
A. W. BUSKIRK,
A. W. BUSEIRtf, GEO. DAVIS, CH AS. H. DAVIS.
BUSKIRK & DAVIS,
(Successor of Oakes & Buskirk.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
. AND
PRODUCE DEALERS,
Buckeye Block, Front Street,
PORTSMOUTH, O.
January 19, 1854,, tf.
BLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES
and all Blanks reauirtd under tht Jul-
tiers' Code, for Juatiua of the Peace, are con
stantly kept on hand and for sale by '
UtMU IH ft Co.
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TUB STATE OF OHIO, TINT OS CO.
Samuel Broois, Court of Com. Pleas.
t i to March Term, 1855;
Eliza Brooks, J Petition for Divorce.
TTE said defendant Eliza Brooks, wiil
take notice that the said petitioner
Samuel Brooks, did on the 24th day of
Jinuary, A. D., 1855, file in the office of
the Clerk oT the Court of Common Pleas,
within and for said county of Vinton,
his petition setting forth among other
things: That he was lawfully married to
the said Eliza, obout the fourth day of
May A. D, 1841. That be lived with
said Eliza until about the winter of 1849
-50, as a good, loving and faithful hus
band; that at the said last mentioned
time, the said Eliza left the said Sam
uel, and has remained absent up to the
present time, being absent more than
three years last past. That said Eliza
associated u iih olher men, and left with
one Abraui 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 real or petsonal property
of said Samuel, and for such other relief
as may be according to law. Which
petition will be hetd at the next Term
of aforsaid Court.
BEATTON and SMITH,
Ally't for Petitioner.
Jan. 26, 1855. 6w.
The State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Harmon Egbert,"! Court of Com. Pleas.
aganiit To March Term, 1855.
Mary B. Egbert, j Petition for Divorce.
T
HE said Defendant, Mary B. Egbert,
will take nolue that the said Pe
moner, Harmon fcgoeti.diu.on the 24th
ay of January, 1855, file in the Clerks
office of said Court of Common Pleas
h's Petition; setting forth among other
things, that he was lawfully married to
the said Mary, on the twenty -second day
of March, A. D. 1854, that he lived
with her as a good, loving and faithful
husband, in '.he counties of Hamilton
and Lawrence, unti' on or about the first
day of September, A. D. 1854, that at
this rime the said Mary absented herself
from the said llarmon,and has remained
absent ever since, and wholly neglecied
o attend to the household and family
duties of the petitioner; that she is guil-
y ol gross neglect of duty; praying a
dissolution of said marriage contract,
and that the parlies mar 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
titioner, and for other relief, w hich pe
tition will be heard at the next Term of
said Court.
BRATTON and SMITH,
Attys. for Pet'r.
Jan. 26, 1855. 6vr.
John Clint's EstaKt.
TVTOT1CE is hereby given, that Godlive
it Cline has been duly appointed Admin
islrator of the Estate of John Cline, deceased,
late of Vinton county, Ohio.
GODLIVE CLINE, Admr.
Jan, 20. 1855. 3 w.
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL ESTATE,
Tht Slattof Ohio, Vinton County.
Simeon H. Til ton, Guar-1) Probate Court
iau of Elizabeth, Wil. I D .
iam and Sar.h Burns. PeUllon
Ixparte. J sell Land,
B
i virtue ol an order of sale to me
directed, from the Probate Court of
said Vinton county, in the above rase
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.n
ed Elizabeth, William, a nl Surah; be
ing tbre equal undivided fourth parts
ot the following described premises, sit
uated in the said county bf 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, more or less,
Also, the North east quarter of the
North-west quarter, of the Section,
Township and Range, aforesaid, con
taining rorty acres, more or less;
which said realty is subject to the dower
estate of Hannah Gough, late widow o
Patrick Burns, deceased; appraised a
$83 33, Cach share, and which will be
sold on lie following Terms, to wit
Uue third ol the purchase money
hand, the balance in two equal annual
payment., with interest from the day of
sale. SIMEON H.TILTON,
Jan. 5, 1855 4 w Guardian etc.
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 bough
at the same time by the purchaser.
E. A. BRATTON,
A'.ty.fvr Peli'n.
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Slate of Ohio, Vinlon County.
Simeon H. Til ton, "l Probata Court.
Guardian of Wm. Petition to tell
Burns, Exparte. J Land.
ni virtue of an order of sale to me
Kl directed, from the Probate Court
said Vinton county, in the above case,
will, as such Guardian, on Saturday
(he 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, ofTe
for sale at public Auction, upon th
premises, situated in said county
Vision, the following Real Estate,
wit'i The North West qnarter, of the
North West quarter, of section number
Three, Township number Ten, and Range
number Eighteen, containing forty acres
more or less, Appraised at 8250.
the following Terms, lo wit: One third
cash in hand, and the balance in two
equal annual payments, with interest
from the day of Sale.
SIMEON It. TILOS,
Guardian, cjcj
Jan'y, 5, 1855 4 w
DENTISTRY!
DR. DUNUP, DENTIST,
CT1LL continues the practice of
his profession in McArthnr,
thankful for past favors, and solicits the won
tinuance of the ptiblio patronage.
CO OI and Huidence, ll'I(f 7otZ.
Jn. ltf, 1855 tf.
- ; OX YOKES,
1 YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the Gilt.Anvi
IO DENNING, CAMPBELLfic CO.
I
Juj391S.
R. LLOYD
uholesTlEboot and shoe wahEhouse, "
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK. FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH, TXHIO,
AVE just received tht irexlenMve FALL STOCK, consisting or all the latest styles aril
" fashions. Our stock having been purchased direct from the manufacturers', principally
fot cash, with great care in the selection of quality anJ sizes adopted to the Westerirltrade.we
are enabled to offer superior inducements this Fall, and are determined not to be undersold T
by any regnlar house either in New York. Philadelphia or Baitimore.c- " " -
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots and Shucs will be found"a large and well telec
ledstockoT HATS AND f.APS. - . . , . ..
Suiuble for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants and Furnace Omars visitini out oily 1
are invited to. call and examine for themselves.
TO THE LADIES. '
We are now manufacturing a superior article of Ladies' and Misses' Gaiters, Busklr.s and
Slippers. Having procured some of the best
ply those who want custom work.
L fc, A 1 M it .
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather. 12.00 lbs. No. I White Sole Leather, 30 doet
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawford's Skins,
t innings always on hand and lor sale at the lowe
January 20. 1851. ly.
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workmen in the West, we are prepared to tup '
10 dozen Kip Skius. Upper leather and Sboa
- t mirkel price.
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LATE ARRIVALS OF
Yankee mmm
Ihave just i-iceived a large stock of Notions,
comprising all articles usually kept in
stores of this ciscription; consisting in part
of the following articles. Dealers wilt hnd
it to their interest to examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhere; as from lone experience
in the business, I feel confident I can offer
inducements. Beeswax genseng and feathers
taken at their highest marxet prices.
R. DAVISON.
Next to the Valley Bank, Chillicothe, 0.
January 12th, 1855. tf.
aujsvjiiES.
COAT, Vest, Dress and Shirt Buttons;
Tuck, Fine and Dressing Combs;
Ivory, shell and horn do.;
Horn, Rubber, Puff, Buffalo and Hair
Pins; Spool Cotton, all colo.n and
qualities; Patent and Shoe Threads;
Gun caps, Hooks and Eyes;
Siik and Twist; Purses of all kinds;
100 doz Port Monies, assorted;
Cloth, Hair, nail and tooth Brushes;
German aud English Pins;
Gold, Plated and Common Jewel rv;
Sewing Birds; Work boxes and Baskets;
Knives, Scissors; and Spoons;
Jews Harps aud Harmonicas;
Toys, ilecordeons, Violins and Strings;
fancy soaps anil reriuinery;
Pens and Holders; Lap.Letterfc Note Paper;
White and colored Envelopes; Dominoes,
Cards and Dice; Backgammon Boards;
lrantparent and Common Slates; Leail
and Slate Pencils; Tape.Shoeand Corset
J aces; Suspenders; Bonnet Wire;
Tobacco Boxes; Whalebone;
Matches and Soaps; Razors
and Strops; Carpet Bind
ing and Leather head
Tacks; Hosiery;
Gloves and
Mitts, a good
assortment; Tin
Foil k Plug Tobacco;
a new lot of Zephyr Worst,
ed; aud a host of other articles
too numerous Io particularize, which will be
ofiejed for sale at small profits.
Jan. 13, lOUD. u. K. U.IVlbU..
Cigars! Cigars!! Cigars!!!
f PHE subsciber would respectfully inform
X Dealers that he is now manufacturing a
superior article of Cigars, which he warrants
are composed of the nest Havana, Cuba and
Yarrow Totwceo. As there is no article in
merchandise on which there is more cheating,
dealers will rind it to their interest to pur
chase the cigars whre they will have an op
portunity ol returning them if not satisfied
as all cigars purchased from mecBn be return
ed if nut giving perfect satisfucliort.
A good assortment of low-priced Cigars
always on hand.it the Notion Store.
Jan. 1 V0. it. jja viuoUo.
MORE ROOKS!!
Shakespeare, large
0(1ilinn hmtnri in
ll fine Morocco, with
beautiiul plates; containing Venus and Adon
is, and other poems.
Bvron s Life and Writiiigs,lboumlsin good
style,' with numerous engravings.
History ol Uluo, with plates. i c., by uowe.
Life and Writings of Mrs. Partington.
Young Man's Book of Knowledge.
Life of Christ, by Fletcher.
Robert Bruce, the Hero King; thkether with
a general assortment of Books and Stationary
of all kinds; for sale at
DEMUTli 6c CO S.
Dec. 8th, 1854. 6mo.
JAMES PURSELL,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEALER 13
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Ql'EEXSWAEE, CHINA AND GLASS.
Dtcember, . December,
1831. 1831.
SEW GOODS!
HAVING made very late purchases, at ex
tremely low prices; 1 have the cheapest,
and probably the best stock of
DRY GOODS & QUEENSWARE
In the West; to which I invite the attention
of cash and responsible buyers;
JAMES PURSELL.
Portsmouth, 0.. Dec. 23, 1854.
FAMILY MEDIC11NES!
. S, DEMUTH & CO..
MAIN STREET, Mc ARTHUR, O.,
KEEP constantly on hand the following
Genuine and Popular Medicines:
PILLS.
Seller's Liver Pi lis. Dr. Lee's Pills.
WORM MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Jones Mct's do,
COUGH SYRUP
Seller's ImpT C. S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup,
LINIMENTS.
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. B. Linirhenl.
Sloan s Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Relief do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Hatha iron, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Coloenei
Castor Oil, Sweet Oil,
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil) Medicamentum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, Bailsman's Drops.
Sloan's Condition Powder; and Essences
all kindSi All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
December '9, '54. 6m.
Valentines! Valentines!!
SS. DEMUTH & CO., HAVE J1JST
received 8000 Valentines, some
the most beautiful embossed and embelished
for Lovers,Brolhers,SiEters,Ladies and Gents
Comic, Sentimental, and Juvenile, at prices
varying from 2 cents to 50 cents; with beau
tifni embossed and gilt envelopes to suit.
Call and see. Also, a lew fine Litliogreph
Pictures, Frames, etc.
January 19th, 1854. 3w;
JOB WORK.ofeteitdescriDtioa rjeatlr
txetoi&i at this Qlcai
of
of
Fruit Trees Good Fruit.
.4h
HE CITIZENS OF McARTH
iiu and vicinitr have at last
an excellent opportunity to obtain one of the
greatest luxuries of life by a small expenso
and a little attention. There u nothing con
duces more to theAuM. comfort andhoppl'
nrss of a family, as plenty of good ripe fruit,
nd the effects of Ornamental Trees on the
mind ever produces cheerfulness ; 'ben why
not set out all the vacant parts of our lots in
Ornamental and Fruit Trees. Mr. Gaioos .
offers for sale Trees and Grafts; Applw at "1
"20 cts. per tree, insured; Grafts, best varieties, f
at 2J cts. per Graft, insuied; the best Cherry,
Prat, Apricots and Plumbs that can be ob-
tained, al b cts. per graft, insured; two of '
the finest varieties, at 75 cents per free; Ho
vey's seedling Strawberry, the finest and hrg.
est in the United States, 23 cts per dozen or '
62 per hundred. All will be ready to deli v.
er to subscribers in the spring; it is desirable
to have the names, varieties and number by'.
the 1st of March. Hand in your names to
my Agents E. A. Bratton, McArthur, James
Hays, or Washington Denison, in the vicini
ty of McArthur. Make your choice from the
fi (lowing list:
APPLES '
Autumn Sweeting, September; American'
Goldi-n Russett, winter; American Summer
Peurmam, August; Baldwin, winter; Black
Seeknofurther, do.; Black Gilliflower, do.;
Bellflower, yellow, do; Brrbant Bellfiower,
do; Belmont or gale, do; Bullock's Pippin,
do; 3iack, do; Bull's Sweet, do; Borovitsky,
ouinuier; uenoni, qo; JBaiiey B wee t, winter;
oroauueu sweeting, no; liorassa, do; Cooper,
Fall; Cumberland Spice, winter; Clark's
oweetiug, no; Ditches do Olilenberg, Fall:
Danver's Winter Sweet, do; Detroit, do; D
er or Pound Koval, Fall Downtown Pippin,
ut, iiigiisii neu.-strcan, w inter; &$opus Bpll
zenberg, do; Early Strawberry.Sumiuer; Early
Harvest, no; rail wine, full; rail Uoldea
Pippin, do; Famause or Fromme de Neice. .
do; Foy's Red winter.winter; Fink's Seedling,
do; Flushing Spilzenberg, do; Federal Pear-
main, uo; ureeu newiown rippm, do; tute
or Belmont, do; Golden Sweeting, Summer;
Golden Calville, do; Gnvestein, Fall; Hub- '
bardston Nonesuch, win terj Hoop Apple, do; -Honey
Greening, do; Hays' Red Winter, do;
Jonathan, do; Jersey Sweeting, August; ,.K.v (
ighn's Spitzenburg, winter; King's Sweet, '
tail; Large Paradise winter; Lemon Pippin,
do; Little Greening-, do; Lady's Sweeting, do;
Lippincolt, Summer; Lowell or Orange, Fall;
Murphy, wintei; Milan, do; Miyapple Sweet,
do; Male Carle, do; Norton's Melon, do; Nut- ,
them Spy, do; Ncverfail.dd; Newtown Spit. "
senbutg, do; Putnam Russet, do; Ptonoci's
Red Winter, do; Peck's Pleasant, do; Posey's
Winter lied Sweet, do-, Prior's Red Winter,
do; Pound R oyal, or Dyer, Fall; Porter, do; .
Red Doctor, winter; RhoJc Island Greening,"
do; Romanite, do; Red CanaJa, do; 'Rouia
Beauty, do; Rainsdell's Winter Sweet, 'do;
Reinette Triumphant, do; Reinetlo Canada,
do; Ream's Red Winter, do; Rambo, do; Red
Astrachan, summer; Supero Sweet, winter;
Scarlett winter sweet, do; Swaar, do; Sweet
Pcarmuin, do; Snow Apple, do; Snpsonwid'e1
summer; eever's Redstreak, Fall; Summer
c-OAli.in 0,,,m,v,up. T.,b.Ll...
winter; Tulpahocoit.do; Trader's Fancy, do;
Vandetere, do; Winter Greening, do; VVhiie
Pippin, do; Wesilield seeknofurther, do; win
ter .weet Paradise, do; winter sweet Bambo,
do;.i Wincsay, do; winter sweet, Ho.lge's, do;
W itney's sweeting, do; Western spy. do;
W inter wine, do; Wbitmer's sweeting, Fall;
wagoner, winter; lellow rvewtown rippiu,
do; Yellow Bullllower, do.
PEARS.
Ananas, October; Bartlett September: Bu-
re Del, November; Bloodgond, Atigust; Bucr
re d'Areimnhura, December; Buerre Brown.
September; Bourre Rose, October; Dearborn's
Heating, August; Jjuches tie Angouleine, ,
October; Fiedetickof Wertemburg.September;
Flemish Beauty, September; Louise Hoimeda
Jersey, October; .Stephens' Genespee, Septem
ber; secRie.do; Wilkin1 . -.Kovemrjer; Wlutt
Doyenne, October. Pa ui, 25 to 30 Cents.'
each.
PEACHES.
Yellow Aiberee. Uross Mi anon ne. Rotal
George, Crawford's early Meloeoton.earlv red
Rureripe, Vandmark Cliug.very large, Ward's
Late Free, Late white Cling. Furple Alberge,
Old Zack, Morris' white, Free, Burr'e Pinea ,
pie Cling, Monisttnia Pound, Early Tiltotsou,
Crawford's Late Alelocotou.Cable's late Cling,
Yellow Rureripe.early Anne, Bateham'sGross
iUignoiine, Pvwlher's Cling, very fine, Heath
Cling. Very superior, Cable s Late Afelocoton.'
Early York, Jaques' Rureripe, Tdton de Yea
us. Price, 10 cts. single $10 per 100.
CHERRIES. -tH'
Whiti Tiigarreau, Elton, May Duke, Bigar-
reau or Grallion, Belle iludigeoi&e, Belle da
C'hoisey, Red Bigarreau. Harper's Bigarreau,'
American limber, Black Tartarean. Plica,
25 cts. each. .
DEOIDOOUS ORKAMENTAL TREES, '
Chinese 4ilauthus, Catalpu, Cypress, Euro
psan Larch, American Larch, Silver leaf Ms
pie, Rose kacia.Colluted, Weepinj; Willow, .
Labarhum, Tulip Tree. - ' j
EVERGREEN ORNAMENTAL TREES.
Balsam Fir, Norway Spruce, Chinese Ir-.
borvite, American do; Scotch Broom, Dwratf
Box, Austrian Pine, Hemlock spruce, Scotch
Pine, Corsican Pine, Red Cedar.
CCJ1 have a few choice Plum trees. Quinca
Buslies, Isabella and Catawaba Grape Vines,'
Current and Gooseberry Bushes, Strawberry
Plants, Fig trtes, Hydrageus, Dutch Aspara
gus, eje; also, twenty variety of ISoisettea,,
Chinese, Tea, Eurbon, Scotch aiid Climbing ,
Roses. . . '..'. J
E, S. GRIGG3.
January 26, 1855. tf.
JOUiV J. ELLIOTT,
BOOT AND SK02 MANUFACTURER,
One door EasA of D. D.T. Habd's Store, '
UAMDEN, OHIO, JtJ,
PESPECllVELY announces to thetPIl
i-i citizens of UAMDEN, aud vicia Fil
ity that he bas permanently located at Ua Ba
den, and has commenced the manufacturing
of Boots and Shoes; M.W, Womens', - and
r-ti;i,i,, r mi t.
vuiiviiciia , vi .-.icij laitcij, All wirrK War
ranted, and made at the shortest notice.
Prices to suit the timca. . Repair done with
neatness and dispatch. ,
December. 2J, 1854. 3mo.
' LUOK 11EBK -
johs swtpsTos.... -SAariiirwtrVToir?
J& S. SWEPSTOZt aare opeoej a fi i,
stock cf Good at PRATTSVJUJLA
Call and see for youuelren,
-uee.ut, iS5i.r--5mor

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