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Increase o( Cash Capital
rollalf n Million r Dollar!
rpHE.TNA INSURANCE COMPANY.
X .-Of lUrrroab, Coss., having complied
with the law to regulate Insurance Ageucies
of Companies incorporated by other Slate,
parsed May 1st, 1854, publish the following,
as-required thereby. .The original statement
beinii oil til in ihff" Kitilo Anilitnr'. .,11'...,
with a duplicate with lha Clerk of Common
Pleas, County Court.
;f-B!r; STATE r ALTUORIir, ,
. STATEMENT.
The name of the Corporation ! .Etna In
surance Company, located in Hartford, Con
necticut.' , ' ' 1
The Capital is Five Hundred Thousand Doi
Jar", nnd is paid tip,
Ttm Af.!3ol the Company aie: - ... ,
CashouIiauJ, VI Bunk, and in lira
. bund of AgeuC and other j-er.
(.mi , .MUMS nr,
Heal rSliiUj uiiiiicinniK rC'f 16,02 05
Mortgie Bunds, o' an J 7 fr
cent iniea'i payable temi au-
'uually 72,000 00
Debts due the Company sea. red
. by Mortage 7,313 17
Bills Rete.vuble, eirmly secured .
, and payable at Hank 103,530 33
Bii'lH lecei table Premium Note V'i'iyl
A" in. r &vt Minus, k
000 than 6 stotk, llartlord fii N
Haven K. R. Co. . 637,000
3 1!) shares siot k.Hun ford At Pruv-
idfiiLeK. K, Co. . 15.750
107 shares stork, llostou fie W'or- '
resltf K. R, Co..; 10.1C5
4 shares Hock, New Albany and
Salem K. li. Co.... 1C0
snares stock, Connecticut Kiv-
er K. K. Co 14,000
W7,51i
34,500
17.SC1
26,200
OiSO
25ICQ0
8.052
J1.C00
7,950
5C0 shires stock, rhenix Bunk of
llurtloid
SOS shares slock, Exchange B-uk
of Kuttlord t.
200 shtires stork, Far'j & Meech's
JJjiik 'til Hanlord
50 shares slock, Conn. Kiver Bank
of Hartford
203 sliaresstotk.HartfoidBankof
Hartford
73 tharcs stock. State Bank. Hart
lord . . .-
100 shares stock, City Bunk.Harl-fotd-
7b shares slot k. Bank of llurtloid
Co., Uartfoul
1.140,916
t.OSO 00
10,600
10 000
4,500
10,500
SC sliarcsslcl,Ei'gle, Providence,
R. I
U'J sh'.rej stock, Baukof Ameri
ca. New Yoik
100 shares slock. Bank oi North
Amciicn, Ni w York
60 shares stock, B.mk ol Common
wealth, New York
150 shares stock, lack of Republic
New Yoik
4&) shares stncK, Broadway Bank,
Ni w York
lf0 shares stock, Peoples' Bank,
New York
100 shares sicck, Hanover Bank,
ewYuiii
4u0 slit ress-iock, Mc hanics' Bank,
New York-..-
100 shaies stock, N. Y. Life and
Trust Co.. .Sew Yoik
13.600
4,400
9,000
10,600
15,000
tHfcQO 00
TGQthi'.nt stuck, f tiiCmil Bank,
Con m(l ant. 1st and 'JA insUl
n nis paid in
90 shares stotk.Conn. KiverCom
W 2 000 00
I773.S78 63
The amount of liu'uilitii-a due m not due to
liftij k or ,ihci i tnJitnis, nullin g.
Losses adjusted mid due. none.
Eoti-ee aujushtt und lid due 61 19 113 52
LorBts lui.ut .iiMetl and in
suspeii-e. watting lor lur- ?
ther pr-ml 61.W7 50
illotliei claims sgainst the Company are
snuli, aiic.li mtiv ms printing.
Agents insirui ted to l..kc no risks over 1. 10,
000. The biiu'iml itiRiiTc-.l in any city, townorvil
U(t,e, ciiiis on :he ttiaractcr, n.ilrrial
and coiirUiiction t buildings, the width
ol sirtets. the supply of waitr, condition
ol tin: lilt; ucporunr nt, and other tiicum
stances. The 8 mount ir.sir(cl in blocks of buildinfS
aics; t:ie ctsipi is to iimit the Uasb) en)
out: fire, to&IO.OOO or iei.
T!ie 'act ;f lnioi poiuiicii is the come as filed
in July. lib!.
'1 fit.'K. A. .LI-A'AM'I.R, Srcrttary.
State or Cckbuth vt HAi.irohoCoi NTV.f.
l!hii ijud, Jonunrv, lb&5.
J'noonBily appcaiet Ji omas A. Alixah
ILk, i. CitUrv (,i ti.e Aliia liisuimne Corlipa
i y, and u.ui.0 h'Ii mil cfiii that (he funniiin
tiitieineiiit'by in in buii.nUJ. h i rot) accord
leg Ivlllb Icol kiiuh (itp nd Uiiicf.
UKMiY FUU LlvR.
JuttiU f the 1'UCi.
Avoitor's CiETiricAT. Froln William
D. Aloran, State Auditor, lus been received
in due term, legally auttioiizing tlie tuid-r-aigncd
esiignit ut transact buciness until 31st
July, lb&b.and is on file with the Clerk of
(lie Common Pieas Comt.
All that have piopeiir to insure, will please
inspect iii, d sciutinua the reiedii)g reliable
expose oi lliic old ii nil long trici' Corpora'
tion. For Ufcfulnces. security and prompti
tuile, it liaocvet stood first in its line of tiaus
actions and tor ability and means w ill at
tract the attention ol the insuring public to
confirm their cei.fiiWicf in it, .The state
ment is so prepared any one can contrast it
condition with local und State Insurance of
fices if'so disposed. It investments are of
that so' id character as not to be materially ef-
L-f t a. 1 K ilia I u la iJ.nM.in,. ... lk. I A. J
i.iw i, ,u ultabiuil III mmi ViadA t1
asseltsi ; ; r- f '
The incjroseof its capital stock to fcSOO.
COO.is a boia Gde cash addition to the strength
of the corporation, and a permanent invest
ment (or the pledge and security of its policies
The necesMtyand real bem fits of insuianc
are well exemplified in the fact that the com.
"panv has paid cash lo.-ses during the past vtar,
a', its Western Branch office alone, in Cin
rinnati, to the sum of 246,&0U 08, most ol
vim h bus been paiil considerably in advance
of the time legall) due. and it has bad no suit
or litigation,. If all or any of these facts are
inducements to the continuance of its valu
able patronage, or its iiwreae, they will find
ita agents ever ready to attend totho demands
of business as heretofore, with promptitude,
at aa favorable rates and terms, as security
permit. A. J, WRIGHT. Agent.
JOHN P. TLYLKY is the authorized Agen t
of the Company in Vinton co.,aud all a indi
te lions for insurance in that company, are to
be msde to him. The rate ere as low aa
consistent w ith the risk, and no sound com
pany will accept any other,
A.J. WRIGHT, A6eut.
February 10th, Iij55.
DR.DUNLAP,
CCT Office in Hulbert & Slssoii'i Hotel.
. ' iIcARTHVRr OHIO.
vJb.-6.-.Utt.I?.v .! ; i j
SogKSXItATION ERYJ
rf;:'UJv,-v:t
2'r i,r'
scnoou
rr:
J.RAVIIITTEMOKK
irH
tax
J. II. Willi LUUIiL
No, 1, Union Block, Second Slrttt,
CMILLICOTIIE, OHIO,
KEKJS coustanlb'st wholesale and re
tn it. a complete1 ursorlmrnt of
miscellam:ovx -a an acnooi.
LOOKS. JJUNK' SOCKS, fiTA
TJOAEH YJJl T1S TS' MA TE
JUALS; WALL J'ArKIt,
J'EHt UNEltY, FAbCY
ARTICLES, rj-c, Jc.
New Books. Magazine and Newspoper?
received as soon as published.
Countr) Men bants are invited toexaminr
liis stock, and ccntidcr Iii6 tcimsof trade.
. January ly, ItC4. tf.
LATE ARRIVALS OF
YANKEE MOTIONS!
Ihave just received a lorgestock of Notions,
comprising all aniclts usually kept in
stores of this ciscripiion; consisting in part
of the following artichs. Dealers will (mil
il to their interest to" examine mv stuck lliin
purtln.sii.c ehcwl.eie;s Ircm lone ex i ericuce
:.. ,i i....: I i... i .i
hi u.c uiirmrw. ire i rt'liuiiflll 1 can (it.er
inducenicnt A. Beeswax gi nseng and feathers
taken at their highest martlet price.
R. DAVISON.
Next to the Valley Bank, Chillicolhe, 0.
' Jm v Ifih. lWft. tf.
COAT. Vest. Dress and Shirt Buttons;
Tuck, line and Dressing Combs;
hory, si ell and horn do.:
Horn, Rubber, rtifl", I'ufl'alo end Hair
l ins; Spcol Cotton, all colors and
fliialiiies; Talent and Shoe Threads;
. Cum caps. Hooks a ml hes;
fii k and Twist; Purses of all kinds;
IUU rloz Port Monies, assorted;
Cloth, Hnir. nail and tooth Brushes;
Genruin and Knglii-h Pins;
Gold. Plated end ten. men Jewelry; .
Sewing Uirds; Work boxes and Baskets;
Knives, Scissors; and Spoons;
Jews Hnrjs und Hnrmoiikas;
Tojs, ticurdtnns. Violins anil Stringy;
Fsin y Boo pa und Perluiiif ry;
Pens and Holilers; t iip.Ittt r Note Taper;
White and roloicd Duveloes; Deiriims,
Cards and Dice; Bat kgiinimon Bt ntils;
Tinutl aient ui.d Ci ii.mtn Slates; Lead
and Slate Pt ucils; Tti e.U.cenml Conet
J Dees; Sttisnentlers; tfunnrH Wire;
lolatco lii'Xts; W h!flionej
Mali les ami Sohj s; Ruzuts
HidSliopf; Carjct Binil
II J( :ui(l Leather head
'lailcr; llosieyj
Gloves and '
Milts, a good
tM4riimin: Tin
Foil & 1 lug Tobacco;
a bhv lot ol Zephyr Worst
ed: ai.tl a host ol other articles
tcontinu rt ns lo fifiniculdrii, winch wi'.l te
ollejed for sale at sn.all tonis. '
Jan. 12, Jfc5. U. K. D.4Y1S0N.
Cigars! Cigcrs!! Cigars!!!
riHR siihseil.'er would respectfully inform
X Dealers that he is now manufacturing a
sup.erii r article of C'iurs. which he warrants
are lompos-ed of ll.e l:e.-t llavaun, Cuba and
Yarrow Tobacco. As there is no article in
merchaiidist: on w h'nh there is move t heating,
dealers will find it to tl.eir inteiest to pur
chssc the ci.irs where they will have an op
portunity ol reluming them if not satisfied,
as all cigars purchased In in me can be return
ed if not giving perfect satisfaction.
A good assortment of low-priced Ctnis
aluis f ii huiiil.al the Notion Store.
Jan. IV&O. R. DAVIDSON.
Kuekeye lllcdv,
No. 1, Front Street.
Dissolution',
rrHE co-joitneiship heretofore existing
X tween the subscribers, uiitler the firm
ol Oakis & Buskiik, was this day dissolved
hy miiiual '(iitent. F. J. Oakcs having sold
his enliie interest to Messrs. George & C'has.
11. Davis, all claims will lie settled, and debts
collected bv Buskirk is l'avjs. our successors.
F. J. O.'iKF.S.
A. W. BUSlilRK.
A. W. DVSKItlR, OEO. IIAV1S, cnAS. It. DA VIS ,
liLSKIRK k DAVIS,
(Successor of Oakes & Buskirk.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
PflCDUCE DEALERS,
Buckeye Block, Front Strut.
PORTSMOUTH, O. .
January 19, l&54,tf.
I
. .. .it yi ? rt - J- .A Imr sw.i' 'tm. r
NOTICE! JOHN SWEPSTON
takes this methrd cf informing all w ho have
unsettled accounts on the Books of Swenston
Ac Allison, that the Books are in the hands
of J. C. P. Brown, at the store formerly oc
cupied by G. W. & A. J. Dnnklc, said
Brown having full power and a'llho.ilv to
settle the same. JOHN SWEPSTON.
February 2, 1855. 6 w
Sengs, Sengs.
s
DEMUTIl A- CO. HAVE
just received a large assortment of rop-
olar 5opb Btoks.amone which will be found
' -The Plow Boy's Songster," "American Seng
ater.M,The Exile of Erin," 01d Ireland's
uem; also, collection of Negro Mrlcdin.
1 1 A1S fir. CAPS, ofeverronalitvandstvle
L.l jmt receir-d and for sale clieaper than
ever, at utAiCTlt &COS.
Nov. 2f. '54. tf.
At rnATTSTn.tt,'trfsfi to prirchase Ilidtg for
wmen the tiignest Marset jiric will w gite
Jwiastf 1856. 4
NOTICE.
IS hereby J Fren that my wife, Jane Canny.
til left my bed and bt artl. viihout aiiy
just cause or provocation; I, tl erefcre, fuie
vain ell pcrton of tolling her oil mv ac-
tiunt. as I em detctniiuiil lo pay tin dc'jlfof
lier icnlra'-linj;; tlso, tgainst liartioriii" her.
itu. a, ua 4w. jm.
The Slate of Ohio, Vinton County.
John Winters, Plaintiff;
against
T.ln lnill M lllur ft nlti ra
,cm
Civil Action.
Defendants. J
LUCINDA MILLER, widow of James
Miller ilec'd; and the Unknown heirs
ol idid Jatnea Miller, decM; are hereby
notified that the said John Winters on
the first day of Fehrunrr, 1S55, filed his
petition agninsi them and a nother in the
onrt of Coin inn n Pleas, of said county
of Vinon, the object and prajer of
which is to correct a mistake in the ties
criptinn of the following premues to
wit: '1 he Sn'ith.w est quarter ot section
thirty, (30) township eleven, (II) range
seventeen (17) in said county of Vinton;
in a deed executed by said James
Miller deceased, ami Luitnda Mil
ler, to said Juhn Winters, on the ICth
day of Atignst 163; Slid iniauke con
Msiing in the substitution in the abore
description of the A'urfA vest quarter
for the &ou;'i-est quarter of said sec
tion, township and range, and the afore
said tlefendtnis are further notified that
they are required to anew er said petition
on or he fore the 31st d of March. A.
D. 1653. E. F. BINGHAM.
Ally, for VII f.
Feb. 2, 1 353 -6 w,
THE STATE OF OHIO, VIST OS CO.
gamuel Rrookj, T Court of Com. PIei,
ts to Mnrth Term. 185:
Elizl Broolf, J Petition for Divorce.
7"IIv said defendaDt Eliza Brooks, viil
S ttke untite ll'at '.he snid petitioner
Stimuel Bronks, did on the 2lth day of
Jinuary, A D.. 1&55, fi! in the office of
the Clerk of ti e Com: of Common Pleas,
within and for sid tonnty of Vin'on,
his petition setting Inch among oihrt
thing: That he was law fully married ii
the said Eliza, obout the fourth dayol
May A. D. 1844. That he lived with
said Eliza until about the winterof 1849
-50, as a good, loving and faithful liua-
hand; thai at the said last mentioned
lime, the said Eliza left the si id Sam
uel, end Las remained absent up to the
present time, being abtent moie than
three years last past. That said Eliza
associated with other men, and left w ith
ona Ahram Hawk. Praying a decree ol
disoluton of said marringe contract, and
release of all oblicaticna on account of
same; that said Eliza be barred of all
dower claim in real or personal prnperl)
of said Samuel, and for such oiher relief
as may be according to law. Which
petition will be herd at the next larm
of aforsaid Court.
BRATTON and SMITH.
Atty'i for Petitioner.
Jan. 26, 1855.bv..
Ihr. SluUvf Ohio, Vinton County.
Hnrmon Egbert, T Court of Com. Picas.
agniiist y To March Term, 1855.
Mary B. Egbert. J Petition for Divorce,
"gf HE said Defendant. Mary B. Egbert.
will take notice that (he siid IV
tuii'iier, Harmon F.heit.did.on the 2-1 i;i
day nl Jnni:iry, l;-5, file in the Cletlts
oll.ee of aiil Contt of Cunimon Plea
h's Petitieii; setting forth among otiiei
ihings, tha t he was lawfully niHiried lo
the said Mary, on '.he twenty-second day
of March, A. D. IS51. lhat he lived
w il'n hsr as a good, loving and faitnhtl
husband, in '.he counties of Hamilton
and Lawrence, unit' on or about the lirst
dT ( f September, A. D, 1554, that at
this time the said Mary absented hersell
from the said Harmon, and has remained
ateeitt eier time, and wholly iifglec'ed
lo attend lo the household and In mil j
duties of the petitioner; that she is guil
ty ol cross neglect of duty; prajirg a
dissolution of said mariiage contract,
and that the parti's may be released
Irnm snj and all obligations, on cc.itnt
of the Suim ; ili it said Mary mar be bar
red of allnht (if dower, and all claim
in leal and personal property of the pe
titioner, anil lor other relief, which pe
tition will be heard el the next lerm of
said Court.
' ' BRATTON and SMITH,
At'.js. fir Fci'r.
Jan. 20, 1S53. 6w.
Road Notice.
TV' OTICE is hereby given that a petition
1 v w ill be presented to the Commissioners
of Vinton county, at their next meeting on
iheStli day or March, a. n. ISj j, for a view
of a County Road, as follows:
Con. nit ileum on the state road leadin" from
McAi2hur to Chillicolhe. on the line between
lands of Robt. Aikin imd C'lajpool's. thence
to inn on tne survey of a County road, L'an-
ted by a petition frum Jumcs Botliwt U am!
others, to the line t.ctwetn said Claypool's
Imid and ueort;e Drown s, thence the nearest
and best rout, in a North-west direction to
the line of lands of Win. Hays and Jesse
Drake; tin nee the ncaifst and best rout thro"
land of said Drake to a hirr;e dry white (i.k
tree, on the line between said Duke and An
drew Curry, thence lo a chestnut wet! near
said Curry's field, thence to the lane oopositc
said duty's house, thence with said lane to
the county road leading Irom Stephen Swislt-
ers to Aliens vi lie, opposite the school house,
and there to end.
MANY PETITIONERS.
Feb. 2, 1855. 4w
J. Oi SWKTLAKPl I
' D.C. COQSWELL.
SWETLUD & fCGSVi'El
4
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AND TAE:F.3 &. CURRlEuS,
MA,N STREET, Me ARTHUR, OHIO
ANNOUNCES to their friends and the
public, that ther have funned a co-part-
nerslnp lor five )ears, in tne slHive busiuc-s
BOOTS AND SHOES;
Mens', Womens', Boys' and Youths', of every
variety will lw kept constantly on hand, and
made to order at the shortest possible notice.
and on the most liberal terms.
TASSJMJ (f- CURHYlSG.h ether
of all kinds; bole. Upper, Kipand Calf Skins,
kept constantly on hand and for sale at the
lowest figures. Persons bringing Hides can
have, them Tanned on the. shares. . .
fry Hides and Tan Bark wanted t all
limes, for which- the highest prices-will be
given. 1
December 23. 1854. tf.
1 STRAW CUTTERS.
OftTASKEE Straw Cutters, from 67 tc
kdJ w ; reeived at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING. CAMPBELL &:0.
Jn!M.ltf -
Road Notice.
FjiOTItE is hereby given, that t peti
9 j tion will be pie&ented to next March
IM55, session of the Cummiitioners of
Vinton county, Ohio, praying an alter
tion of the Road leading from Hoi
Und's saw. mill, in Jackson tp', in taiJ
Vinton county, towards Locust Grove,
intersecting the Logan road near James
S. Be'.laai follows, to wit: That said
alteration commence at the centre of
said road oh Section No. Eleen,in Jack
on township, in said Vinton county,
at a stake near a while oak tree, on the
north side of a small run; thence a
ouih easterly direction to a forked dog
wood on Lewis Sim's land; thenci more
Southern to a fallen white oak, on the
Hue betweeu the aforesaid Sims it Bell;
thence south near the said line, to a
small thestnul bush; (hence south-east
eily o a dogwood slake; flience south lo
inteisett (he aforesaid Logsu road, and
there (j (eiiniiiafe.
MANY PETITIONERS.
Jan. 2Cli. 55 4w
J0UN J. ELLIOTT,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER.
One door East of D. D.T. Habd's Store,
I1AMDKN, OHIO,
RESPECTIVELY announces to the1 fJj
(itizens of II. 1 31 DEM, and viciu-Pfci
ity th'at he has permanently lot ate J at Ham
n, ami has commenced the manufacturing
of Roots and Shoes; M 'ns', Womens', ana
Childrt-ns', of eveiy variety. All work-war
ranted, and maile at the shortest notice.
Priies to suit the timca. Repair done with
neatness and dispatch.
Decemuer. 'ii, 18 J I. 3mo.
FAMILY MEDICLXES!
S. S. CEMUTH & CO..
MAIS STREET, McARTIIUR, O.,
KEEP constantly on hand the following
. Genuine and Popular Medicines:
PILLS.
filer's Liver Tills. Dr. LceV Tilln.
WORM ME1UCISE.
Skier's Vermif.ig". Drs. Jones McL's (Jo.
COUGH SYRUP.
6c'ler"3 Imo'l C. S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup.
LISIMESTS.
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. it B. Liniment.
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's lust. Re lie I do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Kathairon, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Cologne.
Castor Oil, Sweet Oil.
I'litishOil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicamentnm.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial. Bateemau's Drop.
SIobu'h Condition Powder; and Essences of
all kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
Dece.nlier W, '51. flm.
MORE ROOKS!!
Shakespe-nre, large
7. edition, bound in yT -?.' n
'.- line Mi.rnt i n. with VXStJfl
ix-uiititiil iilte; containing Venus and Adon
U, and other poems.
. 15 ron's Lite and Writings, bound in good
style, with numerous eitgruvinga. "T
History of Ohio, with platca. (f-c.by Howe.
I.il'fl and Writings, of Mrs. Partiugtou.
Young Man's Uook of Knowledge.
J.iln of Christ, by Fit fche r.
Kolfrt Hriice, the Hero king; together with
ir i tern I assortment of Books and Stationary
id all kinds; lor sale at
DEMUTIl & CO S.
Dec.Slh, 1851. Pinct.
JAMES PllRSELL,
r.XCLUSlVELt W HOLESALE DEALER S
FANCY AND STATLE DRY GOODS,
lin OSWIRE, CHINA AND , GLASS.
December, December,
1811. 1S31.
SEW GOODS!
HAVING mule very late purchases, at ex
tremely low priies; 1 have the cheapest,
and probably the best stock of
DRY GOODS & QUEENS WARE
In tire We.t; to which I invite the attention
of (a.ih and responsible buyers.
JAMES TURSELL.
ror'smoutli, 0.. Dec. 'ii, 1851.
iloelis! Reeks!!
JTffifl MrOnfTey's Series complete.
?.'PiiiMERs. Small and laige picto-
mi
Snxt.i ns. Mr Guffi-y's and E'.ementry.
lU'ADi.xs. Mi Gulley's 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 1th,
niul 5ih.
Ill man's Yottrg Ladies Readers,
l'iimeos Primary Grammar.
Piniieo's Analytical Grammar.
Onto Teaciieb, a new work, expressly for
TeHchcr.
Rays Arithmetics; Tarts 1st. 2nd, and 3rd.
Kay's Algebra; Parts 1st, Bitd 2nd.
Mitchel's Primar Geography.
Miti hel's Geography and Atlas; latest edi
tion. Webster's SJiool Dictionary (unabridged).
Copy iiooks, Quills, Steel Pens and Cases;
together with all kinds of Stationary, for use
) schools, fir sale at
DEMUTIl tf- CO S.
December 8th. IS51. timo.
Scioto and II. V. Railroad.
On. and afterTufsdav. Aucust Itll. 1854
Trains will. run a follows to-wit:
Tiain No. 1 w ill leave Portsmouth at 9 o
clock A. M. and arrive at Juckson at 12 o'clock
M. Returning leave Jaekson at 2 o'clock P.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 6 o'clock P.
M.
Trains No. 2 leave Jackson at7J o'clocK A.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A.
M. , Returning leave Portsmouth at 21 P. M.
and arrive tt Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
J. W. WEBB. Superintended.
May 5. '54. tf. lcVM.
ISHAEV1 HOUSE.
SMITH & S01NS,
JACKSON C. Um OHIO;
fypf. 23, 1853.--ly
McARTIIlR I101SE,
MAIN STREET. McARTHUR. OHIO
JOHN SWEPSTON,
Also:
Stape Office, and Treasurer's Office, kept at
the McArihur House.
CGTHorsea and Boggicf for hire, at the
JlcArtnnr House.
' December 1st, 1851. 4o
iflLEstLBiYNj
Wtrnsrn n rm VillAk.
Buutvti b nbuua., ru. r
IIV?.iu8t ith(ir extensive FALL
lastuons, Uur atot k having beej purchased direct from tfci manufacturers, prim i pally
for cash, with great care in the aelection of quality and Sizes adopted to the W'estehi Irade.we
are enabled to offer superior inducements this Fail, arid ar determined not to be "Undersold
byany regularhouse either in New York. Philadelphia! rir Biliimore.' ''.' "'
In addition to our extensiva atock of Boots and Shoes will be founda larae and wtll avW
tedstockof HATS AND CAPS. -.. '., .. ,
Suitable for the Fall rt:l Winter T4'e. MemhaaU aa j Furnace Qxnera ruitiiw out city
are invited to call and examine for themse'ves.
TO THR t.ADtPq " '
Ve are now manufacturing a stipertur articte
Slippers. Having procured some of the beit workmen id the We.t, wa are prepared to sup
ply Ihoie who waul custom work. .
LEATHER;
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather. 12.00 lbs. .f : I TVhlta S,iU katW M
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawford's Skins, 10 dozen Rip Skins. Upper leather and Shoe
Finding., always on hand and for sale al the lowest market price.
January 20. 1851. It. ;
l
. 1 . ...... . '
5 iREpx, POltrejiun ih. OHIO,
STOCK, consisting of all tlie alesi. alyles and
of LadW.nri Mtssa' 'ft.'ti.r.' tt...lJ,i
GOOD!
E, P, B0TI1VVELL
McARTHUR, OHIO. '
WISHES to inform the citiens of this
community, that he i nn nn..r.n.
luring, h keeps on hand, a vety superior article
in -.rniiMrans, bifo a gooti assortment, of
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES
&c all of which he ofTeia for safe on reasona
ble terms.
TURSISO orall kinds that is likely to
beueeiledin this Country executed with neat
ness and dispatch; he is also prepared to man
ufacture bench screws and hand nrrvenf .ir.
iotn sizes. Tne patranage of the Public is
respecuiiity soiictetl.
July il 01 bum,
IF IOC CALL 1011 WILL BIT,
JllllfJ S. HAWK,
MAIN STREET. McARTHUR, OIIIO,
Pi u!t r ia ill Hods of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. HARD
WARE, UUEENSWARE. HATS,
CAPS. BONNETS. BOOTS d
SHOES, READY-MADS
CLOTHING, IRON &
NAILS, ficc. Also
Agent for
LOUDON & Co's. POPULAR FAMILY
MEDICINES,
IS Just receiving from Cincinnati, one of the
Urgest a.id best selected stocks of New,
Fashionable and
CHEAP GOODS
Ever brought to McArthur, expressly for the
Winter trade, which he is determined to tell
on the most reasonable terms.
Just call and see my New Goods before
pun busing elsewhere.
Bring along jrour Produce, for in the way
of Barter he will give you as good bargaiusu's
though you brought the Cash.
November 17, 1851. 1st. c. ly.
W . M. Starr..
G. D. T:wKRHUiir
WEE LI Y 6TARR & SONS.
GENERAL C0MIISS1CN MC S til ATS.r
forth. Salt ofWutirn rrodic.
It KT TOBACCO FLOUR, rHOVISJONS, ice.
Nog. 85&&7S. CHARLES STREET.
Between Pratt and Camden streets. near the
Tobacco Ins)ection Warehonues,
BALTIMORE.
Liberal advancn made on consignments,
N, B. We have recently removed to our
new and extensive W arehouses, upon South
Charles Street, where we have the advantage
ol a Rail Road track ol our own, (connecting
our House W illi the JJ. & U. Kailway.) anil
are thus enabled to receive all our consign
ments w hen sent in car loads, tree of Dray
age. We have, also, evey facility for the lo
ccipt and sale of Tobacco, Flour, Provisions,
and Western 1 lOtluce. generally.
We send a correct statement of the Markets
monthly, to our friends, or ofteuer if desired
June 11) 51-1 vr.
G.W.AOEflSGtJ
rCRWARDIXU AND COHISSIOS MERfllAXT,
CESTEIl WHEELISG WHARVES
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Has larre and extensive Ware Houses, an
is preiari'd with every facility, to attend I
all business, entrusted to his rare, properly
He forwards freight by Car loads or otherwise
September 2,1853. Iy
II. II. JOHNSON,
(SUCCESSOR TO JOSEPH JO E8,)
DEALER IN
Xrtllral, Thfoloiiral, Blank anJ Ulivclti
neons Books, Mulioncry and W all Paper,
PAINT STREET,
CHILLICOTIIE, OtllO.
'Books received from the Eastern Mir.
ketat their earliest publication, or ordered
when desired.
C. S. & J. W. SMITH,
Successors or Daxms Smith fit Co.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
fVIEHGH NTS,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. '
Dealrrs in Produce and Manufacturers
of Star Mill Flour.
Consignments of Goods and Produce to
Forward or Sell, solicited.
Nov. 4, 1853. ly
IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.
1Aft nfiflLBS. Rolled and Ham-
XWJKJKJ me red lrnn.
5000 Lbs. Norway Nail Rod. . .
300 Kegs assorted rut and wrought Nails.
3000 Lbs. square, round and octagon
Steel. Just received at the (jilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL fie CO.
July 29. Ib53.
II. LLOYD & CO.
Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS. SCOn, ITA TJ A L EA TIIEB
FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH, O.,
January 20, J854. ly
LOOK HERE
JOHII SWErSTOS SAMUEL BWfcPSTOB.
T fit S. SWEPSTON have openetl a fine
tJ stock cf Goods at rRATTSVILLE, O,
Cail.and see Tor yourselves.
Dec.lst, 1854. 6mo.
5)00 Hides Wancld!
(GREE5J OR DRIED.)
For w hich we will pay 4 8 renin per lb.
S. S. DEMUTIl & CO.
' December Sftrl, 164. tf.
BLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGES
and hll Blafiki required under the Jut-'
iters isoae.jor Jutcu of the Peace, art con
traitfiy kept on hand and far tult ?
DEMUTIl fit Co;
Sot. 9l.lS54.-lyr. . .
JOD WORK.ofererTflescriDima M.tl.
I t.A .1. ' V
CHAS. A. M. DAMARIK & Co
RECEIVED direct from New Orleans;
575 hhds fair to prime N. O. Sugar; ,
20 " clarified . do.
1C9 bis loaf, cruslied 6t pulverizer! stigart
54 bxs while Havana, for candy and sy
Ops;
2337 bis N.O.Molases; .
7ft do "St. James" choice Sugar H,mo
laspejs 100 do Common sugar U. motassaa '
10 do Golden syrup; . ,
. 65 Tes- Rice';' .....
. 3C0 bags Rio and Jbts eofTeet '
W'hitli, together with a full and oompletU
stock of.
Woodwa re Buckets, tub.xinfe washboarili,
brooms, fire.
Fnr it 6c Nt'ts Figs, rissins' almond's pa
eans, K. Walnut, filberts; Brazil nttts; ttc. i
SpiceiJ 'Ground and nnrniHi(ti-Pr;
alspices; cinnamon: cloves; ginger; nufmegs-
ion uiacnerat; uriea uernng, rotinsu; sar
dines: Teas-A la
Hvson; junpow'deran black tea: '
Tobacco Fives; eights and pound plug of
good Virginia, Missouri and Kentucky brand
Biso, uenge o cro s ami Otner good brands
of 6 twist tobacco:
Dra-sTons Indigo; copperas madder and
alum: .
SuKoniET Soap; candles, starch, chocolate;
falieratiiS: suner carhnnaenf amU. onenn.
salt; lead; shof; warpping' paper; fito, ficc.
e win sei at me raguiar Ciuclnnattt
wholesale prices':
C. A. Al1. DAilf ARIN 6c Co.
rortemouth, April 11,1854.'
TO THE BUOT AND SHOE W1D3
fit BELL & GO,.
W holesale Maiiulacturers an I D:alers
BOOTS, SHOES. ItTS. CAPS '"
LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, (f a .
No. 5, Enterprise Block, Front St.i
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
HAVE the pleasure of snndunciilg 16 trm
trade in general, that they are now fill
ing their large shoe warehouse, with d more
abundant stock than ever, direct from the
hands of the liest manufacturers East, and
theii own wurlcshops athdtrie; corisistinijof a
great variety of the best class of (oods Suited
to the want9 cf this country for the Fall Trade;
All dealers at WHOLESALE are earnestly in
vited to call before purchasing, and examine
for themselves iheir extensive stock now- en
hand, and still coming in, as they feel assured
of their ability to please in quality and price.
Their largely increased trade affords one v
ideiice of hi favor with which lli-ir ina,im ?t
of doing business his been leetived, an I whi't
they testify trt the liberality of their patWns
and" friends, lltey reiterate the R9surain4 that
they will spate no pains to render eiiure sat
isfaction. Their s'.otk is large, manufactured
mostly in their own shops, ana hy contract
to their order. Their facilities for doing a
lare business are a biiinlantly. ample. . They
sell Only at wliole.-a'e. have hut one pkicb,
and will warrant all their goods as they, rep
resent them, An exmti;iathn of their g wdi
ami prices, is respectfully solicted.
September 24, 1551. 3,no. .
BIGGS HO'JSE,
rVRTSMOUTII, OHIO,
f I HE subscrilter having leased the aW
X HoiiFe, formerly the United States Ho
tel.) anil ha vine made a comnlete renovation
and ru-furnished the house with uew Fitrniiurs)
throughout, .respectively invites the traveling
public to give him a call.
HIS TABLE
Will always contain the best lhittfia narkat
affords, and ut) means w ill be spared to make
all (cn.forit.ble. JOHN ROW.
Cit. ICth, 1E54 .
CISC INN A TA
MA YSVILLE, & PORTSMOUTH
REGULAR PACKET.
The new and splendid swift tunning s tea mar
B DST 0 N A
Capt. YVA1. McCLAIN:
Will leave Cincinnati . !
Mondavx. Wednesdaut. and Fridavt.
at 11 A. M. precisely
Will leave Portsmouth '
Tucsdatis. Thursdays, and Saivrdait.
. ... - - j -
at the s.nnelinur touching at ail way points
me. uomioiiii was bum exprejs'y lor this
trnde. and thn npmilA mnv rpk tinnn Ih.
fact that she will remain thetc. Neither pains
norexpence have been spared to fit tip a first
class patke.t with an eye to speed, safety. and
comfort; all r.'qui re meats of "lie ne.v Kw be
ing complied wiih-aud it is confidently hoped
llu ,l, mitillf. ,4 it! hi.M.tal.i.hJ...A..M
the enterprise. The Proprietor of this Boat,
at all seasons hi the year, will have a boat in
the trade, so that no inconvien'.eiice will here
after be given to travellers. Sept. 8, '54 6m
SADDLE AND HARNESS DEPOT!
JAMES McGlLLlVRAY,
saddle it harness MAHtrrACTrjRr,
Opposite JjK. Will's
MAIN STREET; McARTHUR, OHIO,
TEEPS constantly On hand
X. and w ill manufacture -
to ortlet. Saddlti, 1tridh,and
llurness ol every variety.
He will use the Very best of materials, and
being a practical workman. and giving bis
personal attention to the business.- bus friends
and customers may lest assured that tliey will
tinu ever; article purchased of hnn.all lhat it
is represented to be, and at prices a3 lor as
the articles can possibly be disposed of.
April as, oi iyr.
GEORGE SUTHFRLIN & C3 5
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OP
Virginia Ik Kentucky Manufactured
TOBACCO i '
JtSD : v 4
COMMISSION MERfjllANTS,'
No. lt BtckETE BLOcfj Frost St.,
rORTSMOUTH, OHIO. ' '.. f
J ' ; Mice up Slalri.
. October 3, 1851; ,.
JUSt fetei ted; wirranietf of thi hV$
(atchine. No. 2 Mm-Rerel. nf ru hxt
qualify. Nb. I While er take Psh (bir sale
t ' --'J - S.8.DJEMUTU:8W -

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