Yankees Taking China---Attack
on Americans in China!
The North China Herald, of No
vember Hth, gives an account of a coI
lision between the Imperialists and
Americans at Shanghaia. The Im
perialists attempted to enter lome hous
ei near the north gate. Th American
sentinel stopped them and called out
the, guard, and, the proper signal being
given, a company ot soldiers and ma
rines were landed from the United
States sloop Vandalia, and marched to
the ground. The Imperialists fired up
on the Americans, and shots were ex
changed, but finally, upon the appear
ance oi a portion of the rebel army,
the Imperialists ran off.
Some of the Chinese papers have
cotinideralile to say as to the "specula
tion" of a Yankee who ha9 agreed to
recapture Fnh Shan from the rebels for
$100,000. It is said that the United
States consul will interfere to prevent
the consummation of this agreement.
The Hong Kong Register is of opinion
however that as several Americans
have been allowed to help the rebels in
late skirmishes near Canton, it is not
fair play to interfere when they are aid
ing the Imperialists.
Supreme Court of Ohio.
The Supreme Court of ibis Sute ad
journed its present killing this morning,
until the first Monday in April. Not
withstaning the vast amount of business
disposed of at this session, the sute of
the docket im peiati vily requires mother
session of ihe Court, tin account of the
unusual accumulation of business for
this term. The adjourned session will
last probably through the months of
April aud May.
Judge Warden, appointed to fill out
the unexpired term ot Judge Corwin,
leaves the bench by the expiration of
liia commission, and is succeeded by
Judge Swan. The manner in which
Judge Warden has discharged the duties
of his position, has been highly satis
fastory to the bar and the people,
and bus proved his eminent fitness for
the position. He has simply demon
strated to the public, the ability aud
learning as a jurist with which his many
friends kiitt'v him to be eudwued, be
fore bis appoiutmeiit.
Of Judge Swan's personal worth and
accomplishment we ueed say noth
ing in commendation; nor of our i arson
al esteem for ihe man. He will be of
gttnl tmce eid value to the jurispru
McArthur Feb. 15.
liutti l nt-j lb.-
Lard uer lb fi
MiilaHcek nt unl. 30u40
'Nails. 3d to 10d. 0ui
Potatoes, Irish. 100
Peaces. D.. 2.20
Siiigar N. O.,
Flour ,per bid
Flm fnert ....
ier bill - - J.au
Tulili. rr SlcV. .25
'Scn; pT ib 3u5
Tens, V. H. 75
' Imperial $100
Wheat er bu. 1,40
rorlMuoDih rrirc Current.
CORKK1.1KD WtF.KLV, HY
nmuir.x, a dayi.
No. 1. Uurttfjc niuck
mi, I'eb. lo
" Loaf 9
" Crushed- 10
Ucon Hams per Ib. 10
" Shoulder " 6
Salt. Kanawha, bu. 55
leaf, loose in packs.
' " Sides " (I
Beans, W. per bu. 1.7
Candles, mould If.
" Star 21
Cotton Yarns.... lfi
Cheese, W. R.lb.lOull
ColTee, Itio m
Hour pi bbl . . -sJ7,7ri
" Y. 11.. Ib. 45al00
" Iinpei'l,- 7.1
tobacco M&K. cav. 25
Va. av... 20w45
Uil. Lard iircal... 80
Oil, Linseed " 'JO
Oats pr, bu. 'M
Potatoes. Irish.. 125
1' fathers pr lb.... U
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,01
Fish, Cod prlb.... f
" Mackerel fcl22l
Siiltratimpr lb." 5u5i
""allow pi lb.... 11
Tar pr bbl. 5,50
Lord pr lb.-... b
Molasote. N. O. gal. 22
Iiniothy need, fcoci-io
Wheat pr bu.- 1,25
Whiskey, Common 30
" lle, .... 66
8. 11. 411
Nails,- - 10to8d lj
fcugar N. O... 6
tDcIln Lodge, No.
' V- 307. of Free and Ac-
iur Xiaceptej Masons, meets
every Saturday preceeding each full moon.
Next regular meeting, Jan. 27th.
IS hereby iven that ray wife, Jane Canny,
baa left my bed and board without any
Just cause or provocation; I, therefore, fore
warn all persons of trusting her on my ac
count, as I am determined to pay no debts of
ber contracting; also, agaiust harboring her.
Feb. 9, '55. 4w. M. CANNY.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Notice is hereoy given, that the Board of
School Examiners for Viuton Connty,
will meet at O. T. Gunning's sclioo room in
McArthur, on tl first Saturday ol each
month, in 1855; for the examination of
O. T. GUNNING.
Feb. 2, 1855 tf. CUrk of Board.
NO TICEl3 OHN SUE PSTO N
takes this method of informing all who have
unsettled accounts on the Books of Swepston
& Allison, that the Books are in the hands
of J. C. 1 Brown, at the store formerly oc
cupied by G. W. & A. J. Dunkle, said
Brown having full power and a-itho.-ity to
settle the same. JOHN SWErSTON.
February 2, 1855. 6w
SS. DEMUTH J- CO. HAVE
just received a large assortment of pop
ular Song Books, among which wil l be found
The Plow Boy's Soiigs:er,""American Scne
stcr," "The Exile ol Erin," "Old Ireland
Gem;" also, a collection of Negro Meltd ies
YAMLEE Straw Cutters, from 7 to
era; reteiveu attlie Uilt Amil.
DEMN1MJ, CAMPBELL & CO.
Jury 'J. leC3.
byrwva aintcraofl,iTrrf s ivrs cn ro u- ifl
Frr ,V(luUUifi lCidirill fill u rn f i n ji Villi
1 X. 'i l .
J. 11. AVIHTIiHOKE,
No. 1, Union Block, Second Street,
KEEPS constantly at wholesale aud re
tail, a complete assortment of
MISCELLANEOUS AND SCHOOL
LOOKS. BLANK BOOKS, STA
TIONER Y,Alt TJS TS' MA TE
U1ALS, WALL PAPER,
I EllFVMEH V, FANC Y
ARTICLES, oc, rf-c
New Books, Magazines and Newspapers
received as soon as pumisnen.
Countr Merchants are invited to examine
his stock, and consider his terms of trade.
January 19, 1854. tf.
LATE ARRIVALS OF
Ihave just received a Irrge stock of Notions,
comprising all articles Ufually kent in
stores of this ciscription; consisting in part
of the following articUs. Dealers will tmd
it to their interest to examine mv stock before
purchasing elsewhere; as from lone experience
in the business, 1 feel confident I can offer
inducements. Beeswax genseng and feathers
lonru si men uiiii'si mantei prices.
Next to the Valley Bank, Chillicollie, 0,
January r-Jtn, i.ro. tr.
COAT, Vest, Dress and Shirt Buttons;
Tuck, Fine and Dressing Combs;
Ivory, shell and horn do.;
Horn, Rubber, FufT, Buflato and Hair
Pins; Spool Cotton, all colors and
qualities; Patent and Shoe Threads
Gui, caps. Hooks and Eyes;
Si k and Twist; Purses of all kinds
100 rioz Port Monies, assorted;
Cloth, Uuir. nail and tooth Brushes;
German and English Pins;
Gold, Plated and Common Jewelrv;
Sewing Birds; Work boxes and Baskets;
Knives, Scissors; and Spoons;
Jews Harps and Harmonicas;
Toys, ilrcordeons, Violins and Strings;
Faiiry Soaps and Perfumery:
Pens aud Holders; Cap. Letter Note Paper;
White and colored Envelopes; Dominoes,
. Cards and Dice; Backgammon Boards;
Tiantparent and Common Slates; Lead
and Slate Ft m ils; Tone.Shoeond Corbet
J aces; Suspenders; Bonnet Wire;
Tobacco Boxes; Wlinleboue;
Matches anil Soaps; Razors
and Strops; Carpet Bind
ing and Leather head
Mitts, a good
Foil c Ting Tobacco;
a new lot of Zephyr Worri
ed; and a hostol other nrticica
too numerous lo particularize, which will be
ofleifd for sale at small profits.
Jan. 12, 1&55.-IL R. D.1V1S0N.
Cigars! Cigars!! Cigars!!!
f IHE subsciher would ref peclfully inform
X Dealers that he is now manufacturing a
superior article of Cigars, which he warrants
are composed of the best Havana, Cuba and
Yarrow Tobucco. As there is no article in
merchandise on which there is more cheating,
dealers will find it to their interest to pur
chase the cigurs where they will have an op
portunity ol returning them if not satisfied,
as all cigars purchased from me can be return
ed if not giving perfect satisfaction.
A good assortment of low-priced Cigars
always on hand, at the Notion Store.
Jan. 12, '55. R. DAVIDSON.
No. 1, Front Street.
rI"HE co-partneiship heretofore existing
JL Hetween the subscribers, under the firm
of Oakts & Buskirk, was this day dissolved
by mutual consent. F. J. Oakes having sold
Ins entire interest to Messrs. George & Chas.
H. Davis, all claims will be settlcd.oud debts
collected by Buskirk & Davis, our successors.
F. J. OAKES,
A. W. BUSKIRK.
A. W. BUSKIRK, GEO. DAVIS, CIIAS. H. DAVIS.
BUSKIRK & DAVIS,
(Successor of Oakes & Buskirk.)
Buckeye Block, Front Street,
January 19, 1854r-tf.
J. O. 8WETLAND.
SWETLMD & COGSWEL,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AND TANNERS & CURRIERS,
MAIN STREET, McARTJIVR, OHIO
ANNOUNCES to their friends and the
public, that they have formed a co-partnership
lor five years, in the above business.
BOOTS AND SHOES;
Mens', Womens', Boys' and Youths', of every
variety will be kepf constantly on hand, and
made lo order at lite shortest possible notice.
and on the most liberal terms.
TANNING tf- CURRYING. Leather
of all hinds; Sole, Upper, Kipand Calf Skins,
Kepi constantly on hand and lor sale at tbe
lowest figures." Persons briuging Hides can
have them Tanned on the shares.
OCT" Hides and Tan Bark wanted at all
tunes, for which tbe highest prices will be
December 23, 1854. tf.
BLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES
and all Blanki required under the Jut-
licet Uode.jor Justice of the react, ore con
stantly krpt on hand and for side by
DEMUTH & Co.
Not- 21,1854. tyr.
The State of Ohio, Vinton County.
John Winters, Plaintiff; "J
against I . .. , .
Lucinda Miller & others Cml Acll0n'
LUCINDA MILLER, widow of James
Miller dee'd; and the unknown heira
ot said James Miller, dee'd; sre hereby
notified that the said John Winters on
the first day of February, 1655, filed hit
petition against them and another in the
ourt of Common Fleas, 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 Couth-west quarter of section
thirty, (30) township eleven, (1 1) range
seventeen (17) in said county of Vinton;
a deed executed by said James
Miller deceased, aud Lulcnda Mil
ler, to said John Winters.on the 16th
day of Aogust 1643; said mistake con
sisting in the substitution in the above
description of tbe North-vsesi quarter
for the Soutt-west quarter of said sec
tion, township and ranee, and the afore
said defendants sre further notified thst
they are required to answer said petition
on or before the 31st day of March. A.
D. IS55. E.F.BINGHAM.
Feb. 2, 1355 6w.
Sale of Real Eiiatt ly Order of Court.
N 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 McArthor. 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, (9,) Range No. sixteen, in the
Ohio Company's Purchase, and in said
county of Vinton. Appraised t 2 11 .66,
and must sell for two-thirdsof ibatsum.
Tebms or Sale. One-third uf the pur
cnase money in hand; one third in six
months, and one-third in twelve months,
with interest on tbe deferred payments,
from the nay of Sale.
E.F. BINGHAM, Admr.of
JEREMIAH ROBISON, dee'd.
Jan. 19, 1855. 4 w.
THE STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO.
Samuel Brooks, " Court of Com. Tleas
vs to March lerm, loaO
Elizi Brooks, J Petition for Divorce
TTE said defendant Eliza Brooks, wii
take notice that the said petitione
bamuel Jirooks, did on the 24th day o
January, A. D., 1S55, file in the office of
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas
within and for said county of Vinton,
his petition setting forth among oihei
things: That he was law fully married to
the said Eliza, obout the fourth day ot
May A. D. 1844. That he lived with
said Eliza until about the winterof 1849
-50, as a good, loving and faithful hr.s
land; that at the said last mentioned
time, the said Eliza left the said Sam
uel, and has remained absent up to the
present lime, being absent moie than
three years last past. . That said Eliza
associated w ith other men, and left with
one Abram Hawk, Fraying 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 Iu real or personal property
of said Samuel, and for such other relief
as may be according lo law. Which
petition will be herd at the next Term
of aforsaid Court.
BRATTON and SMITH.
Altv'a for Petitioner.
JBn. 26, 1855. 6w.
The Stateof Ohio,-Vinton County.
Harmon Egbert, "J Court of Com. Pleas
againt.t To March Term, 1855.
Mary B. Egbert J Petition for Divorce.
THE said Defendant, Mary B. Egbert,
will take notice that the said Pe
tilioner, Harmon Egbeit.did.on the 24th
day of January, 1855, file in the Clerks
office of said Court of Common Pleas
b;s Petition; setting forth among other
things, that he was lawfully married to
the said Mary.ou the twenty second day
of March, A. D. 1854, that he lived
with her as a good, loving and faithful
husband, in the counties of Hamilton
and Lawrence, unli' on or about the first
day of September, A. D, 1654, 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 aud family
duties of the petitioner; that she is guil
ty of gtoss neglect of duty; praying a
dissolution of said marriage contract,
and that the parlies ma) 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, aud. for other relief, which pe
tition will be heard at tbe next Term of
BRATTON and SMITH,
Attys. lor Pel'r.
Jan. 26, 1855. 6w.
John Cline't Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Godtive
Cline has been duly appointed Admin
istrator of the Estate of John Cline, deceased,
late of Vinton county, Ohio.
G0DL1VE CLINE, Admr.
Jan. 26. 1855. 3w.
NOTICE is hereby given that a petition
will hi presented to the Commissioners
of Vinton county, at their next meeting on
the 5th day of March, a, u. 185D, for a view
of a County Road, as follows:
Commencing on the state road leading from
McArthur to Chillicothe, on the line between
lauds of Robt. Aikin and Claypool's, thence
to tun on the survey of a County road, gran
ted by a petition from James Both we II and
others, to the line between said Claypool's
land and George Brown's, thence the nearest
and best rout, iu a North-west direction lo
the line of lauds of Wm. Hays and Jesse
Drake; thence the nearest and best rout thro'
land of said Drake to a large dry white oak
tree, on the line between said Drake and An
drew Curry, thence tJ a chestnut tree near
said Curry's field, tbeuce to the lane opposite
said Cuiry's house, thence with said lane to
the county road leading from Stephen Swish
srs to Aliens ville, opposite the school house,
and there to end.
Feb. 2, 1855. 4wr
JOB W OISK, of every description neatly
.. A . 1 1 . . I II'. '
OTICE is hereby liven, that a peti-
ion will be presented to next March
1655, session of the Commissioners of
Vinton county, Ohio, praying au alter
ation of the Road leading from Hol
land's sawmi!l, in Jacksou tp', in said
Vinton county, towards Locust Grove,
intersectirg the Logan road near James
S. Bells as follows, to wit: That said
alteration commence at the centre of
said road on Section No. Eleven, in Jack-
on township, in said Vinton county,
at a stake near a white oak tree, on the
uorth side of small run; thence a
south easterly direction to a forked dog
wood on Lewis Sim s land; ihencs more
Southern to a fallen white oak, on the
line between the afosesaid Sims & Bell;
thence south near the said line, (o a
small chestnut bush; thence south-east
erly to a dogwood stake; thence south to
intersect the aforesaid Logan road, and
there to terminate.
Jan. 26th, 55 4w
JOUIV J. ELLIOTT,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER,
One door East of D. D.T. IUuu's Store,
II AM DEN, OHIO,
RESPECTIVELY announces to the trf
citizens of IIAMDEN, and vkin-rtl
itvthat he has permanently located at Hnin-
den, aud has commenced the manufacturing
of Boolsand Shoes; M.-ns, Womens', and
Childrens', of very variety. All work war
ranted, and made at the shortest notice.
Prices to suit the times. Repair done with
neatness and UiBpatcli.
December, S3, lbM. Jmo.
S.S, DEMUTH & CD.,
MAIN STREET, McARTIWR, 0
TEEP constantly on hund the following
XV Genuine and Popular Medicines:
Seller's Liver Pi Us, Dr. Lee's Tills.
W ORM MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Jones McL's do.
Seller's Imp'l C. S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. it B. Liniment
Sloan s Ointment, Sloan's lust. Relief do.
, FOR THE HAIR.
Vegetable Ikir Oil,
Eau De Cologne.
lieurs Oil, (pure,)
Castoi Oil, Sweet Oil,
IVuL-hOil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicamentum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, Balesman's Drops
Sloan's Condition Powder; and E?sences of
all kinds. All of the ubove Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
December 149, '54. Cm.
edition, bound in T.'i
5 fine Morocco, wi!h:-5'-
beautilul plates; containing Venus and Adon
18, and other poems.
Byron's Life and Writings, bound'in good
style, with numerous engravings. -"
History of Ohio, wilh plutc, rf-c.by Howe,
Jjile and Writings ol llia. i'arlington.
Young Man's Book of Knowledge.
Life of Clniot, by Fletcher.
Robert Bruce, the Hero King; tn?Pther with
a general assortment of Books and Stationary
ol all kinds; lor sale at
DEMUTH & CO S
Dec. 8th, 1854. 6mo,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DKALKB IK
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
QrEEOTARE, CHINA AXD CLASS.
HAVING made very late purrhapes, at ex
tremely low prices; I have the cheapest,
and probably the best clock of
DRY GOODS & QUEENSWARE
In the West; to which I invite the attention
of cash and resnousible buyers.
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, ISO 1.
McGuffev's Series complete.
n "o . .11 .... I 1 . ..
Jr-O ' "iMbiis. oiuuu aim iaig? picio-
Spkllkhs. McGuffey's and Elemenlry.
Readers. McGulley's 1st, 2nd, 3rd, lib,
Heman's Young Ladies Bowlers,
Piuneo's Primary Grammar.
Pinneo's Analytical Grammar.
Ohio Teacher, a new work, expressly for
Ray's Arithmetics; Paris 1st. 2nd, and 3rd.
Ray's Algebra; Parts 1st, und 2nd.
Miichel's Primary Geography.
Mitchel's Geography ami Atlas; latest edi
tion. Webster's School Dictionary (unabridged).
Copy Books, Quills, Steel Fens and Cases;
together with all kinds of Stationary, for use
if schools, for sale at
DEMUTH f CO S.
Dec-ember 8th, 18S4. Omo.
Scioto and 11. V. Railroad.
On, and after Tuesday, August Ith, 1554
Trains will. run as follows to -wit:
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at 9 o'
clock A. M. and arrive at Jackson at 12 o'clock
M. Returning leave Jaekeon at 2 o'clock P.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 6 o'clock P.
Trains No. 2 leave Jackson at 71 o'cloctil.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A.
M. Returning leave Portsmouth at 2J P. M.
and arrive at h:x..soi at 6 o'clock P. M.
J. W. WEBB, Superintendent.
May 5, '54. tf. lc 251.
SMITH & SONS,
JACKSON C. H., OHIO.
Sept. 23. 1653. ly
MAIN STREET, McARTllUR. OHIO
JOHN S W E P S T 0 X f
Stage Office, and Treasurer's Office, kept at
the McArthur House.
fXjrHorses and Buggies for Lire, at the
December l.U, 183-1. lin
R. LLOYD & CO.
WHOLESALE BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, . .
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK, FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
llAVEjust received their extensive FALL STOCK, consisting of all the Julesl 'ylesand
" fashions, Our stock having beeu purchased dirext from the manufacturers, principally
for cash, with greit care in the selection of quality and awes adopted to the Western Irade.we
are enabled to offrr superior inducements this Fall, and are rletrnniucd not to be undersold
byany regularhouse either in New York. Philadelphia or Baltimore.
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots and Shoes wili be fouikfa large and well teloc-,
ted stock of HATS AND CAPS,
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants anJ Furnace Owners visiting our oil'
are invited to call and examine for themselves.
We are now manufacturing a superior article
Slippers. Having procured some of Ihe best
ply those who wuut custom work.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather. 12.00 lbs. N.i. I White Sole Leather. 30 due
Ficnch Calf Skins, 25 dewn Craw ford's Skins, 10 dozen Kip Skins. LToper leather and Shoe
Finding? always on hand and for sale at the lowest market price. .
January 20. 1851. lv. .
of Ladies' a mf Misses' Gaiters. Buskica and
workmen iu the West, we are prepared to sup
E. P, B9TSMLL
WISHES to inform Hie citizens of this
community, that he U nor manuf.ic-
tunng, k keeps on hand, a vety superior article
ol oeaostrails, also a good assortment of
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES
&c all of which he ofiers for safe on reasona
TURNING of all kinds thatislikeWin
be needed in thisCountry executed with neat
ness and dispatch; he isulso oreoared to man-
ul'acture bench screw s and hand scre-vsof var
ious bui-w. ii.e pairana"e oi the rublic is
July 21 51 Cmo.
IF I0U CALL YOU WILL Ml,
. JHMN S, HAWK,
MAIN STREET, McARTllUR, OHIO,
Trnlcr in oil kinds of
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. HARD
WARE, QUEENSWARE, HATS,
CAPS. BONNETS. BOOTS f
CLOTHING, IRON &
NAILS, &c. Also"
LOUDON & Go's. rOPULAH FAMILY
S lust receiving from Cincinnati, one of the
Largest a.id best selected slocks of New.
CHEAP GOODS '
Ever brou'dit to McArthur. exnresslv for the
Winter trade, which h is determined to sell
on the most reusouable terms.
Just call and see my New Goods betore
purchasing elsew here.
Bring along your Produce, for in the way
of Barter he w ill give you as good bargains as
though you brought the Cash.
November 17, 1854. 1st, c. ly.
VM.taru. g. D. Tewksiiurv
VVECLEY tTAF.ff & TcNsI
GENERAL COMMISSION ME RCHATS.t
Torlhe Sale of Wcstorn Frodnca
LEAF TOBACCO TLOUIt, rKOVISIOHS, fcc.
Nos. 63&87S. CHARLES STREET.
Between Prott and Camden streets. near the
Tobacco Inspection Warehouses,
Liberal advances made on consignments.
ss. u. vve nave recently removed to our
new and extensive Warehouses, upt.n South
Charles Street, where we have the advantage
ol a Rail Road truck ol our own, (connecting
ouriicuce v.::n tlie i. k u. uaiiway.) aiM
arc thus enabled to receive all our consign
ments when scut in cur loads, free of Dray-
o!,e. e have, UNO, eve.y liicility lor the le-
ceint ami suie ot loDucco, tlour, 1 rorisiuus,
anil W eotcrn 1 induce, generally.
Wcsendacorrt'ctsiulementof the Markets
monthly, to our friends, or oftener if desired
June'10 51 lyr.
FCmWMIXU AXD CCniSSiON MERtllAM,
CENTER WHEELING WHARVES
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Hits InrgR and extensive Ware Houses, an
is prepared with every facility, to attend t
all business, entrusted to Iiis' care, properly
lie forwards I iei;ht by Car loads or otherwise
September 2,1303. ly
II. II, JOIISSOiY
(sl'CCESoOB TO JO.-XPH JONES,)
Jltdiful, TlicoIc;iriil, Llank ami Mistclla
kcous Uuok stationery and Wall I'npct,
Books received from the Eastern Mar
ket at their earliest publication, or ordered
C. S. & J. W. SMITH,
Successors of Davis Smith 6c Co.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. '
Dealers in Produce and Manufacturers
, of Star Mill Flour.
Consignments of Gomla ami Pnvlnn. in
O .WUMVK W
Forward or Sell, solicited.
Nov. 4. 1853. ly
IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.
5000 Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
500 Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nails.
SOOO Lbs. souare. round and octason
Steel. Just received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July 29, lb33.
Ei. LLOYD & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS. SHOE1, JMTS HEATIIEE
FRONT STRELT, i'oiiiJ,MOu i ll, O.,
January 20, JS54. ly
J& S. SWF.rSTON have o)ened a fine
stock of Go!s at PRATTSV1LLE. O.
Call'and see for yourselves.
Der.lst. 1854. 6mo.
At Pbattsvh.le, wish to purchase Hides for
w men tne nignest Market price will be given,
January 5, 1635. tf.
500 Hides Wanctd!
(GREEN OR DRIED.)
For which we will pay 4 p fiit perlb.
S. S, DEMUTH & CO.
Dere mbrr 22nd. ISM. tf.
1 faYA O Yokes, at the Gilt. Anvi
CIIAS. A. M. DAMARIN& Co
RECEIVED direct from New Orleans,
573 bhds fair to prime N. O. i?ugar;
20 clarified do.
169 bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugar:
54 bxs w bite Havana, for candy and syr
2337 bis N.O.Molases,
73 do 'St. James" choice sugar H, mo
lasse;s 100 do Common sugar H. mo'aseea,
10 do Golden syrup;
55 Tes- Rice;
300 bags Rio and Java coffee
Which, together with a full and completed
Woodwabe Buckets, tub.xine WMhboarJa,
Fhuits & Nuts Figs, rasins almonds pa
cans, E. Walnuts, filberts; Brazil nuU; &c.
Spices 'Ground and ungroundPepper;
alsnices; cinnamon; cloves; ginger; nutmegs:
Fish mackerel; dried herring, codfish; sar
Teas A large atock of fresh Imperial; Y:
H sou; gunpowder and black tea:
Tobacco Fives; eights and pound plug of
good Virginiu, Aiisouri end Kentucky brands
also, Gedge cf- Bro'a and other good brands
of 6 twist tobacco:
DyE STOTs Jndigoj copperas madJex and
Sundhiet Soap; candles, starch, chocolate;
saliratus; super carbonaeof soda; epsom
salt; lead; shoi; warpping'poper; &c, &c.
We will set at the ragular Cinclnnattl
C. A. M. DAAiARIN fit Co,
Portsmouth, April 1 1, 1831.
TO THE HOOT AM) SHOE TR.IDS
SI. BELL & GO.,
V liolesule Manutacturers and Dealers i'
F.OOTS. SHOES. HATS, CAPS,
LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, f-o..
No. 5, Enterprise Block, Front St.,
rjl AVE the pleasure of announcing to the
XX trade in general, mat tney are now nil-,
iug their large shoe warehouse, with a mora
abundant stock than ever, direct from the
hands of the best manufacturers East, and
theii own workshops at home; consisting of a
great variety of the beet class of goods suited
to tle wants of this country for the Pall Trade.
All dealers at WHOLESALE are earnestly in
vited to call before purchasing, and examine
for themselves their extensive slock now on
hand, and still coming in, as they feel assured
of tlieir ability to please in quality and price.
Their largely increased trade affords one ev
idence of tAe favor with which their manner
of doing business has been received, and while
thov testily to the liberality of their patrons
and friends, they reiterate the asiurancp that
they will spare no pains to render entire sat
isfaction. Tlieir s'.ock is large, manufactured
mostly in tlieir own shops, ana by contract
to their order. Their facilities for doing a
Iu rtro business are abundantly ample, 'hey
sell only at wholesale, have but one fbici,
and will warrant all their goods as they rep
resent them, An examination of their goput
an I prices, is respectfully solicted,
September 22, 1S51. 3mo.
rMIE subscriber having leased the above
X House, (formerly the United States Ho
tel,) and having made a complete renovatjon
and rc-furnished the house with new Furnitum
throughout, respectively invites the traveling
public to give him a call.
II I S TABLE
Will always contain the best that the market
affords, and no means will be spared to make
all comfortable. JOHN ROW.
Oct. 10th, 1654 .
111 AYS VILLE, & PORTSMOUTH,
The new and- splandid swift running itetaier
Capt. WM. McCLAIN:
Will leave Cincinnati
Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays,
at 11 A. M. precisely
Will leave Portsmouth
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and'tSaturdayt
at the same hour touching at ail way points,
THE Uostona was built expressly for this
trade, and the people may rely upon tba
fact that she will remain theie. Neitherpaina
nor expence have been spared tq fit up "a first
class packe.t w ith an eye to speed, safety, and
comfort; all requirements of the new law be
ing complied wilh; aud it is confidently boppd
that the public will appreciate and encourage
the enterprise. The Proprietors of this Boa),
at all seasons ol the year, will have a boat ip
the trade, so that no inconvienience will hen
alter be given to travellers. Sept. 8,'546n
SADDLE AND HARNESS DEPOT!
SADDLE k SXENES3 MASDrACTUHY,
Offoriti J. K. Wui'i,
MAIN STREET, Mc ARTHUR, OHIO,
KEEPS constantly on hand
and will manufacture
iootilex,&addU8,JSridU9,and f; iZZ-'i
uunitaa vi every variety. a
He will use the very best of materials, and
being a practical workman, and giving bis.
personal attention to the business, bis friends
and customers may rest insured that they will
find every article purchased of him, all that it
is represented to be, and at prices as low as
the articles can possibly be disposed of.
April 28, '54 lyr.
.GEORGE SUTHFRLIN Sc. CO.,
AGENT8 FOR THE SALE OF
Virginia & Kentucky Manufactured
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, '
No. 1, BygspFp Bloc, Fhq?t St.,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO, .
n. . 0ic up Stain. .
October 3, 1854.
JUST received; warranted of this MYi
f atcbing. No. 2 Mackerel, of the bet
4umj. iw. i m nite or Lke fish tor mU
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