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IS55. NEW STOCK OF . 1855.
ni HVilViiDI
LATE AlUUVALft
hae Juit received my Spring' Stock
comprising a great variety of FANCY
and STAPLE NOTIONS. : Dealers and
other ire lurited lo clt before purch
asing elsewhere, ta (hey will find com
pTeta assortment, and at prices that w ill
compare with any Estsblishroeot of the
lind in this section of the country.
Th following stticles comprise a. part
rf my extensive sssortinrau
ISO packs pins. " ,' ' '
200,000 percussion caps. - -
CGd dozen spool cotlonJ '
60 gross buttons. ' ; -v .' I
50 doien suspenders. ' ' '
350 ib skein cotton. ' '.; W,"" .
12 Ib sewiug silk, ' i ' ' . ' '
3 lb iwiit silk.
-500 gross books and ejes. .' '. "
-CO dozen razor strops. ,
"300 dozen combs, all kinds-" . , .'
$0 reams cap, letter aud note papsr,
20,000 envelopes.
J00 liosen tapes,
130 dozen soaps. '.' ' .
48,000 sh books. . , i
25 gross fish liues. .
20 gross lead pencils.
1 00,008 needles.
100 bundles wafers.
40 dozen knives. '
30 dozen scissors. '
10 gross spoons, r ' . . . . , .
20 gross jests harps. ?
3 gross French hsrps. ' '
30 dozen slates.
8000 slate pencil s,. . .VV''
30 gross thimbles. , '
100 dozen porte monales.
200 lb patent thread. .
Cornelian char mi and rings,
Jet bracelets.
Ladies' work boxes tnJ re'tcules.
Fiu hair brushes and combs.
Gutta pcrchi, putt and long combs.
S, S S aud S S S Cue combs. .
Skirt acd dress whalebone, .
Corset and shoe laces. .
Stilettoes, elastics aud sleeve band.
Teeth aud nail bruahes, .,.
Sieel pus enJ holders.
Mutch safes - . :
Alabaster ornaments.
Linen 6t cotton, floss crochet cotton.
Zephyr worsted and needles. ;
Gold B ni;er sud ear rings. ' ' : .
Gold, plated aud common jewelry; and
other aticles too numerous to jartici
(arize. ,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO! !
Deilers and others purchasing Cigars
will find the largest Stock in tliei City,
varying Irom 65 to 830 per M. As a
the line clears are manufactured oh the
premises, purchasers of Cite cigars may
vepfiu upou getting the quality of cl
i they py lor, as satisfaction is guar
HUtced u air rs. Alto on hand,
Cavendish and Vine Cut Clawing To
bacco, Pipes, if-c, at the Cheap Motion
Store next to the Valley Bunk, Saturn
Street. K. DAVISON.
Chillicchth, O , March 2, IfcOS..'
Masonic Library. '
WE call the attention of the Ciaft to
the fact that ve have received a
qoeulity of (he following Works, and
offer them for sale low;.
THE LIGHT OF THE TEMFLE.'
By Rev, S-raii ttAkO. one of the most
eminent Divines in the West; bound i
good style. . i '
THE CRAFTSMAN,
By C. Moore; bound iu Morocco, Pock
et Book form. I
MELODIES FORTHE CRAFT.
This Book should be kept in numbers
in every Lodge, and every Mason should
have cue. Call and see '.he works. .
S. S.' DEMUTII & CO, .
March 2, 1655 6m. - i ,.;
Chance (o Suvp Money!
STERNBEBGER&. SHOWER baVing
sold out their- eutira Sioik of Mer
chandise to B. P. llewiit, wish to in
form all personB who know thtmsel.ves
indebted to them, to call forthwith, at
the office of Davis ( Ttynr, and settle
their account, aa they wish to leave the
plate shortlv. . ';.
STERN BERGER & SHOWER.
Manh 2. 1555 3w. : . ? I i '
Daeon'llain's.
F
RESH HAMS. SIDES amo ihouscebs,
forsileby. S. S. DEMUTII i Co.
Mawh 2, 1605 if. , , ; , .
McArthur March, 2.
Apples, D.,-'" IA5
Kuttet per lb.- 15
Green Hums, 8
" Shoulders,- 6
- Sides, 7
I5rooiii3,-" . 30
Beans, W.
1,50
ColTee,
Candles,.
Cheese..
20
Cloverseed 60C
Corn 4ua50
Eecs net doz."...10
Fi mptrhtin. ,4l'0l
F our .per bbl . 1,9,50
Flax Seed. ..75
Feathers,. . -40
Fish. White,... '
' Mackerel,. - 8al0
Hides- 41
Iron, ..j..'.... . buM
Leather.. '.u.'..16u3l
Lard per lb. t
Moloews pr gal. 30u40
Niils, 3d to l'Od, Call
Oats,.. 35
Polatos. Irith. 100
ISIPeacnes, D 2,20
Tork rrewt
4. GO
8
12,
lOoia
"; Loaf,
" Crushed,
Salt, net bbl-
3,50
Jable, pr Sack, -25
Soap per lb 3a5
Teas, Y.Hr S5
'" i Imperial $100
8jTalIow,......; 12
Wheat per bu 1,40
Wool per lb -25n40
Portsmouth Price Current. " '
coBnr.cTr.n witKLTi
' Dl'SKIHK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE QROCEnS,
. No. 1. Buckeye Block. 1
' PORTKMOI
cth, Match 2, 1605.
Loaf-v'-, 8
Apples, Dried.!25
Brooms pr doz $2o30C
Prnchd.. i. 1(1
iiacon Uains per Ib. IU
" Shoulder V . 6
Sides t
Ceans.W. pcrbu. 1,75
Caudles,' mould. 10
Sa)t,'Kanawba, bu'.' 55
Teas, loose in packs.
"Y.H.,lb. 45elOO
' lmper'l,-' .-, 75
Gunp'wderi ' 55
Tobacco M&K. eav.25
Va. car,vt20ni5
Slar...t. 24
Cotton Yarns-". 16i
Cheese,W.R.lb.l0all
CofTee, Rio-. ' 12J
Cloveraeed,. ' 7.W
Oil, Lard prtal.-- 60
Oil, Linseed M v.!." 90
Oatspr, bu....' W)
Flour pi bbl 67,7?
Feathers pr lb.... C
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1.00
reacnefLiriea- s,oy
Potatoes.: Irishi i . 1V5
Soltratuspr lb.-' 5u5
Fish. Cod prlb..
""Vllow pi lb. . II
'Mackerel 12a2lj
Laid pr lb..- ' " V
Tarptbbl.v..ii 5,50
nmotrry seen, JoaD
Molasses, N.O.eal. 22
Wbeatpr bu..-t--l,VO
" S.H. " 4W
v tusker, uommon ju
1 ' A MorrTiala, 95
Kails, ..10to8d 1JI
Aemx X. O ti
NOTICE TO SCHOOL , TZACUERS.
THE Beard of School Examiners, of
Vioton County, will "hold their re
gulat rneetitgs for the xamination of
candidates! th FJRST8ATURDAY of
each month, at the school room of O. T.
Gunmor, . Wc.Vr'.hur, com'mencing at
10 o'clock-A. M. At every examination,
a certificate of good moral character, re
rently signed by atless two response
bin persons, will be requirer of each can.
didale, and the Examiners would espe-
iallv cuard individuals against recom.
mending soy person who is in the habit
of using profane language or indulging
in intoxicating drmg. or in any otner
social vie, or immorality.
O. T. GUNNING.
Clerk Board School Examiners, V. Co.
Feb. t, 1855 ly.
. JOHN D. KQVEY,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW,
ALBAJI, ATHESS COUNTY, OHIO.
February 23, 1S55,
im.
DR.DUNLAP,
OCT Office in Hulbert & Sisson's Hotel
Xc ARTHUR, OHIO.
Feb. 18. 1855,-ly.
1h ty'-wgy
feoOKSstlTATIONEfty,
it.-;.
J.lWIIlTTEV10ItE.
in ii iarnsjansaitsi - - i n in ir-r n i r r i
f;M-r:H::.1usB.;i1tWty--r
ISP
UavW; if. 1
J. R. AVUllEHOHIi,
No. 1, Union Block, Second Street,
CIIILLICOTHE, OHIO,
KEF.l'S constantly at wholesale and re
tail, a crmnlrte assortment of
MISCELLARE O US AND SCHOOL
, HOOKS. BLANK HOOKS, VTA
TJOAER Y,A It TIS TS' HI A TE
U1ALS, WALL PA FEU,
J EHFUMEHY, FAhCY
ARTICLES, tjc, rj c.
New Eoo!;. Mne.nz'1'cs end Newspapers
received sb ror.n as puMihei.
Countr) Merchants ere invited toexsmiut
w stock, and rnmmlcr Ins terms ot trace.
January 19, lfc54. tf.
Buckeye Woek,
No. 1, Front SlreeU
DISSOLUTION,
riHE co-partneifhip herclofoie existing
X hetweeu the suhscribers, timler the hnn
of Oakts & Btifkiik, was thiKduy dissolved
by minus I ronsent. F. J.OMestmvinKf.old
his entire interest to Meirs. Grorce& Chas.
H. Davis, all claims will I wllUd.onri debts
collected by Butkirk fi Dais. oiirsiii ccstfOfS.
r. J, OAKES.
A. W. BUSK1RK.
. w,
St'CKIBK, GEO. UAVIB, C!IA3. n. DAVIS
til S KIRK A DAVIS,
(Successor of Oaks & Buskirk )
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
PRODUCE DEALERS,
' Btickryt Block, Front Strrrt,
PORTSMOUTH, O,
January 19, 1654, ,-tf.
.NOTICE!3QlW SWEPSTON
takes this method of informing all who have
unsettled accounts on the Bocks of Swept-tnn
& Allison, that the Books are in the tiuncis
of J.C. P. Brown, at the Ftore formerly or
cupicd by G. W. & A. J. Dunklc, iid
Brown having full power and 8'iiho.ity to
teit'f thtsanie. JUUjI iSVVi.r5lUoi,
Februsry 2, 1ST.5. 6w
O. SW ETLAND. I J I I t B.C.COG8WELL.
SWETIAAD & fCGSWEL,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AND TANNERS & CWRRIEFvS,
ZlAiN STREET, McARTIlCR, OHIO
A NNOUNCES to their friends and the
J.1 iublic, tliut they Lave formed a cu-iiart
ucrsltip tor five tpbif, in the shove bufiness
JJOUTb AJNU SHUiiS;
Mens, Womens', Boys' and Youths', of every
variety wilt be kept constunlly on hand, and
made lo order at the snorlest possioie notice.
and on the most liberal terms.
TAKXIKU fr CL'imViVG. Leather
of all kinds; Sole, Upper, Kip and Calf Skins,
kept constantly on hand and lor sale at ttie
lowest figures." Persons bringing Hides can
have them Tanned on the shares.
rrT" Hides aud Tan Bark wanted at
times, for which the highest prices will
giveo.
icemrjerxx. iom. u.
Songs, Songs.
S. DEMUTII o CO. II AV
s.
iust received a large assortment of por
ular Sons Books, among which w ill be found
"The Plow Bov'sSongs,.er1""AmeiicanScng
stcr'The Exile ol Eiin," "Old lrelands
Gem; also, a collection of ISegro Melodies
J0UN J. ELLIOTT,
BOOT AND SUOE MANUFACTURER
One door East or D. D.T. ILabd's Store,
V" "HAMDE1S, OHIO,
RESPECTIVELY announces to the rPj
cittaens of I1AMDEN. and vicin Pgi
itv that he has permanently located at Ham-
den, and has commenced the manufacturing
of Boots and Shoes; M-ms, Womens. ana
Cmldiens', of my rar.ety. All work war
ranted, and made at the shortest notice
Price to suit toe times. Repair dona with
neatness and rlispatco.
.Daceasber.M, lS4.4rto.
NOTICE
IS hereSr liven that my wife,' Jane Canny,
has left my bed and beard without any
just cause or provocation; 1, tlerefore, fore
warn all persons of trusting her on my ac
count, as 1 am determined lo pay no debts of
her contracting; also, against harboring her.
Feb. . '05.-4 w. . M. CANNY.
The Slate of Ohio, Vinton County,
John Winters, PIsiutifM
Lueinda MilTeVb other. CiTil ActiD
Defendants. J
UCINDA MILLER, widow of Jsme.
Li Miller dee'd; and the unknown heirs
said James Miller, dee'd; are hereby
otificd that the said John Winters on
the first day of February, 1855, filed his
petition against them end another in the
ourt of Common Pleas, of said county
Vinton, the object and prayer of
h ith is to correct a mistake in the des-
ription of the following premises to
it: The South-west quarter of section
thirty, (30) township eleven, (1 1) range
seventeen (17) in said county of Yimou;
a deed executed by said James
Miller deceased, and Luicnda Mil.
ler, to said John Winters, on the 16th
ay of August 1843; said miateke con-
is ting in the substitution in the shove
escnption of the Aortl-west quarter
for the South-west quarter of said see-
on, township and ranee, and the afore
said defeudnn'.s are further notified that
hey are required to suswer sail petition
on or before the 31st dav of March, A.
D. 1655. E. F, BINGHAM.
Attyifor Tlif,
Feb. 2, lDS5-6w.
THE STATE OF OHIO, V HIT UN CO.
Samuel Brooks, 1 Court of Com. rieis.
ts to March Term, 1S55;
Eliz Brooks, J Petition for Divorce.
TTEtul.l defendant Eliza Brooks, will
take notice that the said petitioner
Samuel Brooks, did on the 24th Jay of
Jinnarr, A. D., 1855, file in the office of
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas,
within aud for said county of Vin'on,
is petition retting for h among othei
hiti?: That he was lawfully married to
the siid Eliza, obout the fourth day of
May A. D. 1844. That he lived with
siid Eliza until about the winter of 1849
-50, as a good, loving and faithful bus-
land: that at Hie said last mentioned
t me, the said Eliza left the said Sam
uel. end has remained absent up to the
present time, being absent moie than
hree years last past. That said Eliza
ssociatea wnh other men, and left with
one A l) ram Hawk, ITajiiiu a decree 01
lisoluton of said marriage contract, and
release of all obligations on account ol
same; that said Eliza be burred of ail
dower claim In real or personal property
of said Samuel, and fur such other relief
as may be according to law. Which
petition will be herd at tie next Term
of aforsaid Court.
BRATTON and SMITH.
Altyt far Petitioner.
J.n. 2G, 1S55. 6w.
Tht StuUtf Ohio, Vinton County.
Harmon Egbert, 1 Court of Com. Pleas
scain.t To March lerm.lbO.
Mary B. Egbert, j Petition for Divorce.
THE .,id !enJ..iit. Vary ii. Egbert,
will lake i.u'i'B t'i'-it the said Pe
titiouer, llurmmi Egbett.did.on th24ih
rioy of January, boi, lile in the Clerks
ofiice of said Court of Common Pleas
h;s Petition; setting forth among other
khings, thsl he was lawfully married to
he said Mary, on the twenty-second day
of March. A. D. 1654, that he lived
with her us a good, loving and faithful
husband, in '.be counties of Hamilton
and Lawrence, unti' on or about the first
dar of September, A. D. 1654, that at
this liu.e the raid Mary absented herself
from the said Harmon, and has remained
absent ever since, and wholly negleced
to attend to the household and family
duties of the petitioner; that she is guil
ty ol ciOKS neglect of duty; prttjing s
dissolution of said marriage contract,
and that the parlies ma be released
from any slid all obligations, on account
of the same: that said Mary mar he bar
red of all right of dower, 'and all daini
in real and personal property of the pe
titioner, and for other relief, which pe
tition will be heard at the next Term of
said Court.
BRATTON and SMITH,
Aitys. for Pet'r.
Jan. 2(3, 1855. 6w,
Road Notice.
NOTICE is lcrcly given that a pe'ition
u ltl t,p firi'sllitr-fl In ihm rVtnnitiiccinnrr
: - : '. "
01 iii ion cotuiiy, ti mew ncii inreui on
the 5ih (tar of March, a. u. 1855, fur a view
of a County Rood, as lollous:
Commeuciiig on the Mate mad leading '.rum
McArfhur lo Cliillicotlre. on the line between
lands of I'.il t. AiKiu end Claypool's. tlience
to run on the survey of a Couniv road, Eran-
ted hy a petition f ni Jiiit.es Buthweli and
olhew, to the line Uturtu said Clurpool's:
land and Oecrgt Xirown , tneuce the ncarcs1.
and best rout, in a Norlh-iieM direction tc
the line of lands ol Win. Hays and Jessr
Drnke: llimre llie i,eantt and best rout thro'
land of said Drake lo a large dry white oak
tree, on the Hue between fa id JJrakeaiid An
drew Ctrrv, tl.ence to a chestnut tree near
said Curry's Held, thence to the lane opposite
said Cuiry's hoiiFe, thence witli said lane to
the county rend leading Irom Stephen Swish
r3 to Allcnsviile, opposite llie echoul house,
aud there to end. -
' MANY PETITIONERS.
Feb. 2, 1855. 4 w .
Road Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given, that a peti
tion will be piesented to next March
1805, session of the Commissioners ol
Vinton county, Ohio, praying an alter
ation of the' Road leading from Hol
land's saw-mill, in Jackson tp", in salJ
Vinton county, towards Locust Grove,
intersectirg the Logan road near James
S. Bells as follows, to wit: That said
alteration commence at the centre ol
ssid rosd on Section No. Eleven, in Jack-
on tounabip, in said Vinton couuty,
at a stake neat a white oak tree, on the
north side of a (mall run; thence
south easterly direction to a forked do
wood on Lew is Sim's land; tLcuts nior
Southern to a falleu biu oak, on the
line between the aforessid Sims fie Bell;
thence south near the said line, ; to
small chestnut bush; thence south-east
erly lo a ddwuod 6 'kt; tuence coutLtc-
iotersect the aforesaid Logan road, and
there to terminate;
. MANY PETITIONERS.
Jan. 96ih, 55. 4w
i
I
t
i
Increase of Cash Capital
TuIIalfit nilllosirDllar!
rpiIE vETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
X of HAaTroifr, Cosiir., having complied
with 'he law to regulate Insurance Agencies
of Companies incorporated by other States,
passed May 1st, 1854, publish the following,
as requited thereby. The original statement
being on file in the State Auditor's office,
with a duplicate with the Clerk of Common
Pleas, Couuty Court. .
BT STATE AliTIOBlTT,
STATEMENT.
The name of the Corporation is Atna In
surance Company, located in Hartford, Con
necticut
The Capital is Five Hundred Thousand Dol
lars, and is paid up.
The Assets of the Company aie:
Cash on hand, in Bank, aud in the
hands of Agents and other per
sons 6212.5C5 06
Real tstate unincumbered 18 G72 O.t
73 Mortgnge Bonds, 6 and 7 per
win iiiieresDavaDie semi-au-
nuiilly ...........
T2.000 00
7,313 17
103,536 33
22,791 02
Debts due the Company secured
ny mortgage
Bills Receivable, amply secured
" and payable at Bank
Bills Receivable Premium Notes
All other securities, viz:
500 shares stock, Hartford & N.
Haven R. R. Co.
3 U shares srock.Hartford fit Pruv
fdence R. R. Co.
107 shares stock, Boston & Wor
cester R. R. Co. .,,.
4 shares stock, New Albany and
; Salem R. R. Co
250 shares stock.Connecticut Riv.
er K. R.Co.
300 shares stock, Phoenix Bank of
Hartford
303 shares stock, Exchange Bank
ot Uartlord
200 shares stock, Far's fit M .tcb'a
liank of Hartford
50 shares stock, Conn. River Bank
of Hartfunl
200 shares stock, Hartford Bank of
Hartford
73 shares stock, SLite Bauk, Hart-
lord ...
100 shares stock, City Bank.Hart
ford 75 shares stock, Bank of Hartford
Co., Hartford
3G shores stock.Eegle.Prbvidence
n. l
100 shares stock, Bank of Ameri
ca, New York
100 shares stock, Bank ol North
America, New York
50 shares slock, Bank of Common
wealth, New York
150 shares stock, Bank of Republic
New York-
4b0 shares stock, Broadway Bank,
Npw Y'ork-. .
160 shares stock, Peoples' Bauk,
'New York .
100 shares stock, Hanover Bank.
New York"
00 sharer stock.Mechanics'Bank,
New York
100 she res stock, N. Y. Life and
Trust Co., New York .-
194,800 00
10i shares stock, Stafford Back,
Connect icut, 1st and 2U instal-
Trimls paid in
50 shares slock, Conn. River Com-
py
2,000 00
1,250 00
6773,278 53
The amount of liabilities due or not due to
Bank ) or other creditors, nothing.
Losses adjusted and due, nooa.
Losses adjusted and net due $148,518 22
Lotms unadjusted aud In
suspense, wailing for fur-
il:er proof. 61,257 50
All other claims against trio Company are
small, such only as printing, &c.
Agents instructed to take no;isks over 1 10,-
1100.
The amount insured in any city, town or vil
lage, depends on the character, material
and construction ol buildings, the width
of streets, the supply of water, condition
of the file department, and other circum
stauces. The amount insured iu blocks of buildings
vaiics; the design is to limit the loss by any
one. the, to (10,000 or less.
Theuct of Incorporation is the same as filed
iH July. 1854.
THUS. A. ALEXANDER, Secretary.
State of Conk ecticitJIahtfohd Cockty.es.
Habtfokd, January, 1855. .
Personally appeared Thomas A. Alexan
der, Sectetarr ol the .Xma Insurance Compa
ny, aud made solemn oath that the foregoing
Hatenif nt, Dy himsuDscriDeti, is true accord
'lint lotus best knowledge and nelref.
I HENRY FOWLER,
Juttict if tht react.
Ai'Mroa's Ckbtificate. From William
D. Morgan, State Auditor, has been received
iu due iorni, legally authorizing the under
signed esageui to transact business until 31st
July, 1665, and is on file with the Clerk of
the Common Pleas Court.
All that have prOierty to insure, will please
inspect and scrutinize the preceding reliable
expose of this old and long tried Corpora
tion. For usefulness, security and prompti
tude, it has ever stood first in its line of trans
actions and for ability and means will at
triict the attention of the insuring public to
confirm their confidence in it. The state
ment is so prepared any one can contrast its
condition with local and State Insurant of
fices if so disposed. Its investments are of
Mhat so1 id character as not lobe materially af-
lectrd by toe late depression in mat class of
assetts,
The increase of its capital stock to S500,-
OOO.ia a bona fide cash addition to the strength
of the corporation, and a permanent invest
ment lor Uie pledge and security of its policies
The necessity aud real benefits of insurance
are wcil exemplified in the fact that the com
I -8HV Has teid cueh losses during the past vear,
a, its Western Branch office alone, in Cin
cinnati, to the sum of $246,509 C8, moEl ot
which bas been iid considerably in advance
of the time leuall) due, aud it has bad no suit
or litigation, If all or any of these fact are
infliiunie.i's to the continuance of its valu
able patronage, or its increase, ther will find
its scents ever ready to attend tothe demands
of business as heretofore, with promptitude,
at as favorable rates and terms, as security
will pernr.t. A. J. WRIGHT, Agent.
JOHN F. FLYLEY Is the authorized Agent
of the Company in Vinton cc.aud all spoli
ations lor insurance in that company, are
be made to him. The rates are as low
consistent witb tlie risk, and no souud com-
ruy will accept any other,
A.J. WRIGHT, Agent
February 16th, 1855.
STRAW CUTTERS.
7AYANKEE Straw Cutters, from 7to
J s12 ; received at the Gilt Anvil.
PENNING, CAMPBELL & CO,
-July . 1&53.V
JOU W H K. of every doscnotiou rsaarly
R I
nvn
a K a
WHOLESALE BOOT AND
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK, FRONT
HAVE iust received their extensive FALL&TOCK. rnn&Uiino nf ll ill Ntmt iuTm an.4
" fashions, Our stock having been purchased direct from the rosnufactrtrers, i'rindie!ly
for cash, with great care in Die selection of quality an) rrUes adopted to the Western trade, we
are enabled to offer superior inducements this Fall, and am determined not to be' undersold
by any regular house either in New York. Philadelphia or Baltimore. '
In addition to our extensive slock of Boots and Shoes will be found a lame and well selec
ted stock of HATS AND CArS. b
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants and Furnace Owners visiting ur city'
are invited to call andesamine for themw'rrs,
TO THE LADIES.
We are now manufacturing a superior article of Ladies' and Misses' Gaiters, BusVir.1 and
Slippers. Having procured some of the best srorVme a in the West, we are p repared to sup
ply those who waul custom worK. .
lv fj A
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather.
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawfotd'sSkins.lO
rinding alwavs on nana ana lor sate at me
January w. 133.. it.
SHOE WA
STREET, PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
1 tt 1U
12.00 Ibe. No.' I White SMe Leather. 51 Jmm
dozen Kip Skim. Upper leather and Shoe
lowett market price.
!
to
as
GOOD !
E. P. BOTHVELL,
McARTHUR.OIirO. '
WISHES to inform the citizens of this
community, that he Is now manufac
turing, Si keeps cm hand, a very superior article
of beudfitt-fld3, also a good assortment, of
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES,
Axe all of which be offers for safe on reasona
ble terms.
TURSISO of all Kinds ihatls likely to
be needed in this Country executed with neat
ness and dispatch; tie is also prepared to man
ufacture bench screws and hand pcre-vsof var
ious sizes. Tne pa traoage of Uie Public is
respectfully sol ic ted.
July 21 51 bmo.
FAMILY MEDICINES!
S. S. DEMUTII $ CO.
MAIN STREET, McARTHVR, O.,
KEEP constantly on hand the following
Genuine aud Popular Mediciires:
PILLS.
Seller's Liver Pi lis, Dr. Wi rills.
WORM MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermift'g. Drs. Jones sc McL'i do.
COUGH SYRUP.
Seller's ImpT C. S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup.
LINIMENTS.
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. B. Liniment.
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Reliel do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Hatha iron, Vegetable Hair 0,
Bears un, (pure,) fcau De Cologne.
Caatoi Oil, Sweet Oil,
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil. MedicnmenturA.
Also, Godfrey s Cordial, Batcsmsn a Drops.
Sloan's Condition Powder; and Essences of
all kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
December 29, '54. 6m.
MORE BOOKS!!
CI l ,
- onaKesDeave. iBreo :r..i.,
''sL editiorw bound m
fine Motdm", with
beautilul plates'; containing Vcnas end Adon
is, and other poems.
Byron's Life and Writings, hound'in good
style, with numerous engraving. '
History of Ohio, with plates. f-c.,by Howe.
Lite ond Writing of Mrs. Partington.
Young Man's Book f Knowledge. 1
Life of Christ, by Fletcher.
Robert Bruce, the Hern King; together With
general assortment of Books and Stationary
of all kiuds; for sale at
DEMUTII & CO S.
Dec. 8th, 1854. 6mo.
JAMES rURSLLL,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEALER IN
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
QCEESSWillE, CniSA AND CLASS.
Dcember, ,... December,
1851. 1S54.
NEW GOODS!
HAVING made very lateputchasej, at ex
tremely low prices'; I have the cheapest,
and probably the best stock of
DRY GOODS & QUEENSWARE
In the Wrest; to which I invite the attention
of cash aud respousible buyers.
JAMES PURSELL,
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, 1854. .
Books! Books!!
McGufley's Series tomcte.
Pkimers. -Small and lartre picto
rial.
Spellebs. McGuffeys snd Elemrntrr.
Readers. --McGufTey's 1st, 2nd, 3rd', (th,
and 5th.
He man's Young Ladies Readers,
Pinneo's Primary Grammar.
Pinneo'a Analytical Grammar.
Ohio Teaches, a new work, expressly for
Teachers. . .
Ray's Arithmetics; Parts 1st. 2nd. and 3rd.
Ray's Algebra) Parts 1st, and 2nd.
Mitchel's Primary Geoeranhy.
Mitchel'g Geography and Allan latest edi
tion.
Webstei's School Dictionary (unahrldced),
Copy Books, Quills, Steel pens and Cases;
together with all kinds of Stationary, for use
n ectioois, tor sale at
DEMUTH f CO S.
December fith. 1854. bmo.
Sciolo and II. V. Railroad.
On, and after Tuesday, Aucust ith,. ISO!
Trains Will. run as follows to-wit:
Train No. I will leave Portsmouth at 9 o'
clock A. M. and arrive at Jackson at 12 o'clock
M. Returning leave Jaekson at 2 o'clock F
M. snd arrive at Portsmouth at 6 o'clock P.
M.
Trains No. 2 leave Jackson at 7J oclocit A.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 1 1 o'clock A.
M. Keturaine leave Portsmouth at2l P. M.
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
J. W. WEBB. Superintendent.
May 5. '54. tf. Ic25l.
JIcARTlllR HOUSE.
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR. OHIO
JOllN SWEPSTON,
Also:
3tex uttice, and ireasurer s Ofru.-e, kept
the McArthur House.
fXT Horses and Buggies for hire, at the
MCAunur nouse.
December 1st, 1854. 4m
GEO. SlTlIERUIY &, CO.,
AGENT8 FOR THE 6 ALE OF .
Virginia & Kentucky Manufactured
i U o AM tiUi'
AMD :j j-..
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 1, Bdcxkts Block, Fsostl St.
rORTSMOUTH, OHIO. ; ' i:'
tt
CHAS. A. M. DAMARIN & Co
RECEIVED direct from New Orleans
5". 5 hhds fair to prime X. O. Sugar
20 clarified do.
Ifi9 bis loaf, crushed fit pulverized rnigirt
54 hxs white Havana, for candy aad syr
ups; 2337 bis N. O. Molases;
V5 do "St. James" choice sujsr I!, mo-
las?e;9
100 do Common sugar IL oio!asse.
10 do Golden syru?
15 Tes- Rice;
3CQ bags Rio and Java cofkst .
Vliirk, togetlier w ith a full aal completed
stock of.
Woctow.Xni Buckets, tub, 2iue was'aboaJs,
brooms. &c.
FrcitrAc Nuts Fig, rrsint' almonds pe
cans, E. Walnuts, filbertf; Brazil nut?: cVo,
Spich 'Ground and .unj;rouiid rVppr;
alnpices; tinuainon; rloMes ginger; .nii'meja
Fish mackcral; drisd henin, coiuh; tit
JineS: Teas Alarce stock of freth ImpeualjYr
Hy fon; cunpowdcr and black tea:
Touacco Five;; ei"lits and round rlnicf
good Virginia. ATrsiuri and Kentucky brands
aIso,GtMi;c fpJJros aud OUiergood brands
of 6 twist tobacco:
Dye-stufts ludign; copperas madder &al
alum':
SusbniET Soap; con diss, starch, 'hocolat";
saiseraius; super carbonafepf sIh
fpjOlH
salt; lead'; shot; warpping paper; &o
ve whi m at tlio
wholesale price,-:
ruuur UiiL'lnna.J
a A.il.DAWRlN&Co,
Portsmouth, April 11, 1834.
TO THE BOOT AND SHOE TSADL1
El. BELL & GO.,
Wholesale Mauulaciiircrs and Dealers i'
BOOTS. SHOES. HATS. CAPS.
LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, cj-o.,
No. 5, Enterprise Block, Front St..
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
HAVE the pleasure of announcing to tha
trade in p etal, that they aro no fill
ing their large slice warclious-vit!i a mnra
abundant stock 11 an ever, cliieet from tha
hands of the best manufacturers Est, and
thcii own workshops sthomo; consisting of a
great variety of the best class of goods suitej
to ihe wants of this country for the Fall Trad".
All dealers at WUoLESALtlare eumetlly in
vited to call before purchasing, and txainina
for tliemselvM their extensive stock now on
hand, and still coming in. tli. v foci sKurod
of their ability to pleasa In quality and price.
Their larg'lyinctead tfi;ile aflorrfj onset
IdtMice of favor with which their iniiin'.-r
of doing business lias been iciTive 1, an 1 vv!ii!e
they testify to tire lilicrjliiy ol their patron
and friends, they reiterate the ajsuraiue tlial
ihey will spare no pains to reader entire sii
ihfactioti. Their stock is hr, in'.ii.ilaclurc l
mostly in t'ii'ir own shops oni by contract
to tliir order. Their facilities for Uoin a
lare business ere abundantly ampl-.. 'i h-r
sell only at whohva'e. have 'but oaz rust,
and will warrant all th'.-ir uouds as thsv ra:-
rejnt them, An examinuii.Mi of their gOddi
and prices, is reipectfullv Solieted.
September inol. 3,nn.
LATE ARRIVALS OF
Yankee mm
1
hex just received a Isrcestoi k nf Nolions,
comprising all snides usually I.eiM in
stores of this ciscriptiou; contesting io ' part
of the following erticlis. Coolers wi'.f m 1
u to their interest to examine my tlm k tef .ta
purchasing elsewhere; as linm lrrge:,;un-
in the business, I feel confident I ran e'er
indiitements. Bceswcxtrrjcrjand fn-'.' e
taken Bt their highest inarnet price-).-
I!. UAVISON.
Next to the Valley Fai:k,Chiii;;ote, O.
T-rwv I9'h. if.
MNDiaiS.
COAT. Vest, Drc orI SV.iit Eisons;
Tuck, Fine end Drc t-sini Ccrr.bs:
iycvj, neu oini ,ouj no.;
Hoirt, Rubier, Pi.fi; L'ufiulo snd lfuir
Fins; Spcol C'oiton, all colofg cud
Vte'iities; Patent Ld Si.oe.Thicails;
Gun caps. Hccl.s sua Ee.-;
Si k andTwnl; Tuiscs ofcll lvlnd?;
ICO doz Tort Monies, esrc::?d;
Cloth, Hair, nail end tooth E.-jihc?;
Germi-n and English Pins;
Gold, Plat.nl end Ci lemon Jev-f'rr;
Sewing Biids; Work Lores and EjjLsIs;
Knives, Scissors; and Spoour;
Jews Han s nd Hanuonicaj:
Toys, itrcordecr.s. Violins and Su:ns;
FamySoats and Ptm.mr ry;
t l 1 : ! . f T .
it i.aiiu iiuii'ir, ii..i.e' ler tt t.ric rfer;
Vhiieend coionui Lnve',ce.-; LVmiu.es,
Can's and Lhr; Bitil gninnon liianV;
' T.-autroreiit end . Crn.n.on.S!tF: Lud
amlSlate Trtiiilf; 'Inpe.fhiesr.d Ux.bX
ores; Suspenderr; Eonnet Wire;
Tohacco Boxes; Whsleboiie;
Matches and Soaps; Razors
and Strops; Carpet Bind
ing and Leather head
lacks; Hosicy; ' '
GioVcs and
. Mitts, a good,
assortment; Tin
Foil St Plug Tobacco;
new lot of Zephyr Worst
- . ed; and a host ol other articles
too numerous to particularize, w hich will ba
cjiTpjed for rale at small profit..
Jan. 12. 18S5.-tf. U. D-1VISON.
Cigars! Cigars!! Cigars!!!
f IHE subsciber would respectfully inform
JL Dealers that lie is now nianufacuuuig a
superior article of Cigars, which he warrants
are composed of the best Havaua, Cuba anil
Yarrow Tobacco. As there is no criicle in
merchandise on w hich th -re is more cheating,
dealers will Gnd it to their interest to pur
chase the cigars where they will have an op
portunity of returning them if not satisfied,
as all cigars purchased from me can be return
ed if not giving perfect satisfaction. '
. A goiHl aisuilmcnt of low-priced Cigars
alwa)s on baud, at tlie Nuticn Sure"
Jan. 12, '55. ' IT. DAVIDSON.
At Trrrm.ti, with to f mrlasc Hides for
which the highest Market price will be givto,
January 5, 1855. if. jv. ,4
- . OXYOliES. . '
I fTAK&& Ox Yoles, at the Gilt Arrt
O - DENNING, CAHPII1LXGU.

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