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Anti-Know Nothing Meeting.
a meeting those opposed to
the principles of the Supreme Older of
the Stir Spangled Banner," common
1 called Know Nothings, called for
the purpose of nominating a city and
township ticket, C. B. Flood was cal
led to the Chair, and E. M. McCook
elected Secretary. The following res
olutions were then submitted and unan
imously adopted: '
Resolved, That we are opposed to
any and to every secret political society
ashamed or afraid to let its. doings see
the broad glare of day, and wliicli by
Extra Judicial oaths seeks to bind its
members to vote, not as conscience or
judgment, but as the majority cf the
wire pullers and demagogues may dic
tate. Resolved, That for these reasons and
because they seek to render void that
glorious charter of our freedom, which
gives to the Catholic and the Protest
ant, the Jew and the Mahommedan the
right to worship God as to him seem
etli meet and proper, and which grants
to all, irrespective of birth, the rights
and privileges of freemen, we are op-
Eosed to the band of midnight plotters
nown to the world as "Know Noth
Ohio Statesman.
Unpaid Letters.
All unpaid letters mailed before the
first of April will be forwarded, and
delivered upon the payment of the pos
tage by the person addressed, though
arriving at their destination alter that
day. All unpaid alter that date, will
be sent to the Dead Letter Oflice, at
Washington. We understand that
postage stamps and stamped envelopes
of the denomination of ten cents will
soon be issued by the Post Oflice De
partment, and that special instructions
in regard to the registration of valuable
letters are at o being prepared.
Demagogueism.
'Americans must rule America," as
now rnoulhed by "Know-Nothings,''
means nothing more than this: (hat the
Old Federal Party which originally
opposed the Organization ol this Gov
ernment, and whose descendants have
ever since Readily opposed every pro
gressive Republican movtment of die
Democratic party, and who, under as
many names as Joseph's bloody coat
had colors, have attempted to steal in
to power, now propose, under a new
device, and by solemn oaths and secret
conclaves to do, what with 'May-light
and fair play," they never could hope
to accomplish.
Oi.de.v Time Tavkun Hates. The
Wheeling Artjvs publishes the follow
ing copy of a record of an O.iio coun
ty court:
At a court held (or Ohio county, oii
Monday the Cth day ol June, 78l
Present Solomon Uiibinsou, James
Miller, and Zackariali Spring, gentle
men. The court proceeded to settle
the rates lorordii ary keepers. Ordered
that the ordinary keepers of this county
fell at tne (oil .wing rates:
For half a pint ot whisky, $5
For one dinner, 6
For lodging with clean sheets, 3
For one horse to lay one night, 6
For pasturage one night, -1
For one gallon o! corn, 5
For one gallon of oats, 4
For a halt pint of whisky with sugar, ti
For one quart of strong Leer, 4
The currency, we suppose,of course,
was the old continental money, which
the oldest inhabitants informs us was
'not worth much."
BLANK DEEDS, BLANKMORTtiAGES
and alt tlonhn required vndrr tht. Jus
tiers' Code. for Justices of tht Peace, are eon
tituntly kept on huml and for sole by
K. A. BRA 1 TON.
April 6. 1655. if.
PUMICE UF ALLllNDS.hruiiv
ed ut the very highrtit nun hi prices, on Sub
hcripium or 'AdvtrtiHtinenls.ul tl.is vficc.
jijtmry j vol rijvstu.
MARKETS.
McArthur, April 6.
Apples, D.,
Buitei per lb..
Smoked ILniH,"
. " Shoulders,
" Sides,
Brooms,
200,
Iron, fx!)
Leather, 1&31
Lard per lb. 8
Molasses pral. 50
15
:o
y
5)
ndllb, OU IU 1UU. 0(1 1 i
. 30
2.00
Oats.
35
Beans, W
Potatoes, Irish,
Feacccs, D.,.
Pork prewt
Sugar N. O.,
Loaf,
' Crushed,
100
-2.25
4,00
8
.. 12J
10ol2
Coffee,..
Caudles,
10
20
15
Cheese,
Clorerseed
60f.
50
Cora
Ees.3 pel doz
8
Salt, ter bbl
3,50
Flout ptrhun.
Flour ,per bbl
Flax Seed
Feathers,....
Fish, White,
" Mackerel.
4,50
ej,oo
...75
...40
&
8al0
" Table. ir Sack.
25
Soap per lb 3a5
Teas, Y. II. 75
' linperiaf $100
Tallow, 12
Wheat per bu. 1,50
Wool rerlb...-25u40
Hides-
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, April 6, 1855.
Apples, Dried 125
Brooms pr doz 42o300
Bacon Hams per lb. 10
Shoulder
" Sides
Beans, W. perbu. 1,75
Candles, mould. 15
", Star 24
Cotton Yarns-!&J
Cheese.W.K.Ib.lOall
CofTee, Rto-
Cloverseed,.
12a W
7.01
Hour pi bbl.-&7,7
Feathers pr lb..-.. it
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,01
risn, uxl iiriu...-. I
" Mackerel 812u2 1
Lard pi lb t
Molassei. N. O. gal. 33
. " S. H. " 40
" G.S. 50
.ICails,.. 10 to 8d 43
Sugar N. O..... 51a6
" Loaf-...
9
Crushed
10
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 55
l'eas, loose c iu pac
" Y. H., lb. 45al00
" lmper'l,. 75
" Gunp'wdet 55
Tobacco M&K. cav.25
" Va. cav... 20o45
Oil, Lard ureal... 80
Oil, Linseed ' .
90
:o
2,00
las
5u5i
11
Oats pr, bu
1 eaches,Uried. '
Potatoes, Irish.
Saleratuspr lb.
allow pi lb.
Tar pr bbl.
5.00
Timothy seed, &3o325
heat pr bu. 1,25
Whiskey, Common 3o
" Mon'hala. 5o
" Rve, . . . 6q
-Delia Lodire, No.
ra07, of Free and Ac-
rceptcd Masons,- meets
evry,Salunlay prerefding each full : moon.
Next regular meeting. April JJlit. ;
4-
Fresh Groceries.
110 COFFEE, best quality.
J.V NKW SUGAR, a good article.
NEW MOLASSES, best quality.
NO 1 KICK; TEAS. SPICES.
And Oilier firnrprii i incl ;..! ....1 r..
sale at the lowest cliiiah prices at
xuarcti m, pp. Cm. E. A. ERATTON.
Notice to Watch Owners.
MR. A. ST AH LB ERG left with the tin
dcrsik!iitdall Wiitclips left with him
for repairs.w hen he left McArthur on the '!Gth
inst. The owners are requested to call at S.
S. Demuth if- Cos., puy for the work done, and
gci meir vvaicnes. A, CAMPBELL.
Mure:!! 30. '55. 3w.
Hoarders Wasted!
A FEW BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOf
X-V modateo by a (.inlying soon at LIBERTY
h.l,. A.UAiMlUELL.
Marck 30, IS5J. 3w.
ABRAHAM LISTON'S ESTATE.
TVT OT1CE is hereby riven thnt Wilcnn Tin.
ton, Administrator of the estate of
ADruliam Liston, late of Vinton comiiy, do
ceafed, tins filed, in the TjhI
. vioum
county. Ins accounts, and vouchers fur in-
i-peciion end purfwt settlement, and that
me uine win ue passed upon by guid Court
on the ats tli of April, ISM.
, . b. r. Hewitt,
MnridioO, 1855. 3 w. Probate Juitgt.
HENRY CL iRK'S EST A TE.
TV OTICK is hereby given, that Nancy Clark,
. .iviiiiuumhumji oi uie estate ot Henry
Clark, lale ol Vinton co., dew used, hiis Uleil
l.eractounts in the Piobute Court of said
county oud cmhers for inspection and final
tettlen.eut, and that the same will be passed
upon by said Court on tlie Sth of April,
IfcM. B. 1 HEWITT.
March 30. 1855. 3iv. Probate Judge.
Notice.
1HAYE this day (March 7, 1655,) sold mv
interest in 'i- capital stock ol Eagle Fur
nace lo Mi.lz.tr i., jr., and H. S. Bundy,
who umuue mv place in the Eile Coiniu
.v. A. BLNTLLY.
Match IG. '05. tf.
Notice.
ri"MlK FIRM of STERNBERG ER f
i. Siicvvr.n. at McAnluir HI lift lino tu-mn
dissolved, and the Book accounts mid N"te..
will uelouiul in the, bauds i f M. Sternberg
SI HtMSEKGER & MIOWLK.
March 23, lfc55. 3w.
NEW HOTEL.
llllERTY HALL.
MAIS ST., APART HUIl, OHIO.
CAMPBELL,
A NOUNCF.S In the
jm - ,.- -- -'6 i-.'uiii. cum
IX (itizensof Vinton eminty, that lie lias
0ciie(la new Hotel in the buildups formerly
i-ccu ied by Mr. James Dixle.as a sti're anil
reili( nre. Extensive mlditionsand reniiires
I. i:elct n nuule to the. house and stables.
1 lit l,t ute lius bun newly ftirni-hed.
1113 TABLE.
Shall be supplied with the best vinndsthe
inurket nflbrdR. In short no menus w ill he
scared to male the pticsts of T.ilmriv 11, .11
rominriHiup nnn at nome.
The public aii! respectfully invited to give
.iin a cull.
N. H. Cilld us reasonable as t'le times
will permit. A. CAMPIJELL
March 1C, .835. hr.
TO IKE KliOT AXD SHOE TK.iniJ
0, BELL & 00.,
Wholesale Munulacturers and JJealers
I'.OOTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS
LEATHER. SHOE FINDINGS, ifc,
No. 5, Enter! rise- lllod; Front St.,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
HAVE the pleasure of 'innoimciiiR to the
trade in jem-nl, Hint they are now fill
ing their lar;;n shoe waveluuise.'witli a more
abundant stock ihun ever, diiect from the
hands of the bet iimnufaclttrcrs East, and
tlieii ow n w(iikhnjis at home; consisting of a
greoi. variety of the best class of j'ooils suited
to the w ants of this country fur the Fall Trade.
All dealers at WHOLESALEare earnestly in
vited to cull before purchasing, and examine
for themselves their extensive stock now on
hand, aivl still coming in, us they A el assured
of their ability lo please in quality and price.
Their largely increased trade afl'ords one ev
idence of tte favor w ith which their niaum I
of doing business has been icceived, and whi'e
thev testify to the Iili,r.ilili- nf thr.ir .. i .,,. -
and friends, tl.ey reiterate the assuraiue that
.1 :n . .... i
uiev ui spare no pains to miner entire sat
isfaction. Their slock is large, ni.iiiufucture.d
mostly in their own shops, and by contract
to their order. Their facilities for doing a
lurte business are, ubitiidunllv mm,!,. Tlw.v
sell only. at wholesale, have but onk 1'uice,
and w ill warrant all their goods as they rep
resent tliein, An examination of their" goods
and prices, is res pert fully solicted.
aepteniDer zi, 1BU4. Jiuo.
CHAS. A. M. DAMARIN& Co
RECEIVED direct i-om Nw Orle a us,
575 Hilda fuir to prime N. O. Suar:
20 " clarified do.
1G9 bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugar
54 bxs w hite Havana, for candy and syr
ups;
2337 blsN. O.Molases;
75 do ''St. James" choice sugar II, mo
lassejs
100 do Common sugar II. molasses.
10 do Golden syrup;
55 Tes- Rice:
300 bflCS Rio nnrl Tuva rnlT..
Which, together with a full and completed
MIUHOI.
Woodwabe Buckets, tub.zine washboards
brooms. &c.
Fruits ct Nuts Figs, rasins' almonds pe
cans, E. Walnuts, filberts: T5ra7.il nnu- At.
Spices G round and unground Pepper;
"i1"! ciiiiiainoii; cioves; ginger; nutmegs:
Fish mackeral; dried herring, codfish; gar
dines: .
Teas A large atock of fresh imperial; Y:
ll SOU: eilllmnviler mid hlnr-lr lea-
Tobacco Fives: eiehtu nnd nnnnrl Jiwnr
l-lr- mw' . ...r : I'-'-S"1
ftuuu irginia, .Missouri and tventiicky brands
also, Gedge y Bro's and other good brands
of 6 twist tobacco:
JjVE-STim-K Indian, rn.inomc i.,l,l...,l
D I J i'1 iiiuviiici a 1 1 Li
alum: -
SUKDRIET Snnn-rnmllr. clo.,.K .1. , 1
rt v.,.,v.ff, v.uii.1,, (.uuiiPiuie;
so ajratus; siier carbonateof soda; epsom
un; ieao; siior; warppmg paper; etc.. &c.
e will at the regular Cincinnatti
wholesale prices:
C. A. i-.DAJlARlN&Co.
Portsmouth. April 1 1, 1854:
gg DRi DUNLAP,
CCT Office iu Ilulbert&Sissons Hotel.
Me ART Hull. OHIO.
Feb. 16, isss.-ir, ; , , ..
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
THE Board of School Examiners, of!
Vinton County, will hold their re-i
gular meetitgs for the examination of
candidate! on the FJRST SATURDAY of
each mouth, at the school room of O. T.
Guiniing in McAr'.hur, commencing it
10 o'clock A. M. At etery examination,
a certificate of good moral character, re-
it .
renuy eigneo oj at lets two response
ble persons, will be requirer of each can
didate, and the Examiners would espe
cially guard individuals against recom
mending any person who it in the habit
of using profane language or indulging
iu iutoxicating drink, or in any other
social Tic, or immorality.
O. T. GUNNING.
Clerk Board School Examiners, V. Co.
Fb. I, 1855 ly.
1855. NEW STOCK. OF 1855.
YANKEE NOTIONS!
LATE ARRIVAL!!
I have just received my Spring Stocx
comprising a preat variety of FANCY
and STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and
others are invited to call before purch
asing elsewhere, as they will find a com
plete assortment, and at prices that w ill
compare with Buy Establishment of the
kind in this section of the country.
The following articles comprise a part
of my extensive assortment:
150 packs pins.
200,000 percussion caps.
600 dozen spool cotton.
50 gross buttons. .
50 dozen suspenders,
1 50 lb skein cotton.
12 lb sewing silk,
5 lb twut silk.
500 cross hooks and ejes.
30 duzeu razor strops.
300 dozen combs, all kinds.
50 reams cap, letter and note paper,
20,000 envelopes. .
300 dozen tupes,
130 dozen sou pa.
40,000 fish hooks.
25 gross fish lines.
20 gross lead pencils.
100,000 needles.
100 bundles wafers,
40 dozen knives.
50 dozen scissors.
10 gross spoons.
20 gross jewg harps.
3 gross French harps.
30 dozen slates.
3000 slate pencils.
30 gross thimbles.
100 dozen porle rr.ouaies.
200 lb patent thread.
Cornelian charms and rings,
Jel bracelets.
Ladies' work boxes and re'icules.
Fine hair brushes and combs.
Gutta pcrcha, puff and long combs.
S, S S and S S S fine combs.
Skirt a r.tl dress w halebone.
Corset and shoe luces.
Stilettoes, elastics and sleeve bands,
Teeth and nail brushes.
Steel pens and holders.
Match safes.
Alabaster ornaments.
Linen & cotton, floss crochet cotton.
Zephyr worsted and needles.
Gold finger and ear rings.
Gold, plated and common jewelry; and
other articles too numerous to particu
larize. CIGARS AXD TOBACCO!
Deilers and others purchasing Cigars
will find the largest Stock in the City,
varying from 65 to 830 per M. As all
the fine cigars are manufactured on the
premises, purchasers of fine cigars may
depend upon getting the quality of ci
gar they pay lor, as satisfaction is guar-
anteed iu all cases. Also on hand,
Cavendish and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipes, ff-c, at the Cheap Notion
Store next to the Valley Bank, Second
Street, R. DAVISON.
Chillicothe, O., March 2, 1805.
Slasonic Library.
f ffE call the attention of the daft to
W the fact that we have received a
quantity of the following Works, and
oiler them for sale low:.
THE LIGHT OF THE TEMPLE,
By Rev. Strickland, one of the most
eminent Divines in the West; bound in
good style.
THE CRAFTSMAN,
By C. Moohe; bound in Morocco, Pock
el Book form.
MELODIES FORTHE CRAFT.
This Book should be kept in numbers
iu every Lodge, and every Mason should
have one. Call and see '.he works.
E. A. BRKTTON.
Apil 6 tf.
1 A.1IILV MEDIUMS!
E. A. BRATTONi
DIAIX STREET, Ale ART lll'll. U .
1 EEP constantly on hand the follow ing
-- wcniiiiic mm i iipuiur ividiiciiies:
PILLS.
Seller's Liver Pi lis. Dr. Lee's Pills.
W ORA1 A1ED1C1KE.
St ller's Vermifuge. Urs. Jones McL's do.
COUGH SYRUP.
Seller's Imp'l C. S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup.
LIMAIEXTS.
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. & B. Liniment
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Reliel do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Rathairon, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Cologne.
Castoi Oil, Sweet Oil,
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicamentum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, Salesman's Drops.
Sloan's Condition Fowder; and Essences ol
all kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
April 6. 1855. If
MOKE U00KS!!
Shakespeare, large
large rvjrrr
bound in r A 2'JfJ
ceo. with .frislJr
- edition. Dounii in
fiS 14 Hne Morocco, with
ben i. u I u I plates; containing Venus and Adon
is, and otner poems.
Bvron'8 Life and Writings, bound in nml
style, with numerous engravings. "
nisiory oi unio, wun plates. rj-c by Howe.
Life and Writings of Mrs. Partington.
Young Man's Book of Knowledge.
Life, of Christ, by Fletcher.
Klilwrt Ttrll.'p llio Horn K inn. Inn.ll,..
. - i . .. - ... . o i.'gcmri nun
a general assortment of Books and Stationary
of all kinds; for sale at ,
IS. A. UUATrON.
April 6, 1S35. ..... . ,
Increase of Cash Capital
To Half a Million f Dollar!
THE iETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
of Hastford, Cons., having complied
with the law to rrpnlate liisnnm-A IwnrU
of Companies incorporated by other Slates,
paeseu m.y ist. ibai, publish the billowing,
as required thereby. The origi.ial statement
DeiiiR on me in the totnte Auditor s oflice,
with a duplicate with the Clerk of Common
rieas, v-ouuiy turt.
Bl STATE ALTFIORITV.
STATEMENT.
The name of the Corporation is iEtna In
surance Company, located in Hartford, Con
necticut. Til C ni till is Five Hundred Tlini.jan.l TY.l.
lurs, and is paid up.
The Assets of the Company aie: '
Cash on hund, in Bunk, anil in the
nanus of Agents and other per
sons $212,505 CO
Real estate unincumbered 10,07:2 05
72 Mortgage Bonds, 6 and 7 per
cent in teres payable semi-annually
m nm f,n
j - , m.uuu uu
Debts due the Company seci.red
vj mufipg" 17
Bills Receivable, amply secured
and payable at Bank 103.530 33
Bills Receivable Premium Notes 2:2,701 02
All other securities, viz:
000 shares stock, Hartford & N.
Haven R. R. Co. $57,500
315 f hares srock. Hartford & Prov.
idenceR. R. Co. 15.750
107 shares stock, Boston & Wor
cester R. R, Co. 10,105
t shares stock, New Albany and
Salem R. R. Co 100
250 shares stock, Connecticut Riv
er R. R.Co. 14,000
$97,515
300 shares stock, Thanix Bank of
Hartford 31,500
303 shares stock, Exchange Bank
of Hartford- 17,SGJ
200 shares stock, Far's & Mtech's
Bunk of Hartford 25,200
50 'hares stock, Conn. River Buuk
or Hartford 9,75b
200 shares stock, Hartford Bank of
Hurl lord 25f000
73 Mia res slock, State Bank, Hart
ford 0,052
100 shares stock, City Bunk.Hart-
lord.. ....11,60
75 shares stock, Bunk of Huillord
Co., Hartfoid 7,950
$140,'JU.i
36 shares stock,Eogle, Providence,
R. 1 1,980 00
100 shares stock, Bank of Ameri
ca. New York 10,600
100 shares stock, Bunk ol North
America, New York 10 000
50 shares stock, Bank of Common
wealth, New York 4,500
150 shares stock, Bank of Republic
New York 16,50
4e0 shares stocs, Broadway Bank,
New York 13,600
160 shares stock, Peoples' Bank,
New York 4,400
100 shares slock, Hanover Bank,
New York 9,000
00 shares stock, Mechanics Bank,
New York 10,600
lOOshares stock, N. Y, Life and
Trust Co., New York 15,000
$94,600 00
lOOshares stock, Stafford Bank,
Connecticut, 1st and 2d instal
ments paid in 2 000 00
50 shares stock, Conn. River Com-
pay 1,250 00
$773,273 53
The amount of liabilities due oi not due to
Bunk j or other creditors, nothing.
Losses adjusted and due, none.
Losses adjusted and net due $143,518 22
Losses unadjusted and In
suspense, waiting for fur
ther proof 61,257 DO
All other claims against the Company are
small, such only as priming, &c.
Agents instructed lo tuku no risks over $10,
000. 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 fue department, and other circum
stauccs. The amount insured in blocks of buildings
varies; the ritsign is to limit the loss by an)
one fire, to $10,000 or less.
The act of Incorporation is the same as filed
in July, 1851.
THUS. A. ALEXANDER, Secretary.
Statk o' Conn tri ici'T.llArmoiiu County.ss.
Hahtfouu, January. Ib55.
Personally appealed Thomas A. Alexan-
UKR,accietary ol the iLtua Insurance Comna
ny, and made solemn oath that the foregoing
statement, Dy In in suoscritxHt. is true accord
itig to his best know ledge and belief.
HENRY FOULER,
Justice if the Peace.
Auditor's Certificate. From William
D. Morgan, Stale Auditor, Ins been received
in due lorm, legally authorizing the under
signed bs agent to transact business until 31t-t
July, IbJJ, und is on tile with the Clerk ol
the Common Pleas Court.
All that have property 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 ha ever stood first in its line of trans
actions and for ability and means will at
tract the attention ol the insuring public to
conlirm their con talent e in it. I lie state
ment it so prepared any one can contrast its
condition with local and State Insurance of,
fices it so disposed. Its investments are of
that so' m character as not to be materially af
fected by the lata depression iu that class of
asseits.
The incjease of its capital stock to $500,.
000, is a bona tide cash addition to the strength
ot the corporation, and a Herniation t iintt.
ment lor the pledge and security of its policies
TU : I I t. c. . r - ...
iijg iirucotiij aim irui ueueiiis oi uisuiance
are well exemplified in the fact that the com
panv has paid cash losses duriii" tl.e post year,
a', its Western Branch office alone, in Cin
cinnati, to the sum of $246,500 08, most ot
which has been paid considerably in advance
of the time legally 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 intreas. they will rind
its agents ever ready to attend tothe demands
ol business as heretofore, with promptitude,
alas favorable rates and terms, as security
will permit. A. J. WRIGHT, Agent.
JOHN P. TLYLEY is the authorized Agen t
of the Company in Vinton co., and all appli
cations for insurance iu that compauy, aie to
be made to him. The rates are as low as
consistent w ith the risk, and no sound com
pany will accept any other,
A.. WRIGHT, Agent.
February 16th, 1855.
JOHN D. KQVEY,
ATTOBXEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW,
ALE1XI, ATHEAS ICCXTY, OHIO.
February 23, 1655.
1m.
JOU XV OICIC. of every description neatly
executed, at Ibis OfEce. 1 . . ..
R . LLOYD & CO:
WHOLESALE BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE.
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK., FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH. OHIO,
HAVE just received tUir extensive F.LL STOCK, consisting of all thefafesl styles an J
fashions, Our slock having been purchased direct from the manufacturers, principally
for rash, with great care in the selection of quali'y anJ sum adopted to the Weateni tMcle.we
are enabled to offer superior inducements this Full, nd determined not to be' uudei&oM
hvHnv HCMlltir hn,,4 i ilia iti uu. V.,,1. P1.:1...1I1.ib m n,lilm.. "
niBiMiiiDii uotir extensive slock ol Koots and Miw 7 will De lound a large and well selec
ted stork of HATS AND CAPS. '
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants an J Furnace Ow ners yisiting our city
are invited to call and examine for themselves. '
TO THE LADIES.
We are now- mannfaclnrin a siiieri(rarticle of Liulies'an l Misses' Gaiters, BusVir.s and
Siip?rs. Having procured some of the best workmen in the West, we areprepared to sup-'
ply those who want custom w oik. ' :
T. V A T II V T)
I. I,!."..
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather, 11.00 lbs. No. I White Sole Leather, 30 down
French Calf Skins, 25 d-wii Craw ford s Skins, 10 dozen KipSkiiu. Upiier leather and Shoo
Finding!" always on hand and for sale at the lowest murket price.
January an. lb.il.
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GOOD !
I P. BOTHWELL,
McARTHUU, OHIO. '
IT'lSHESto inform the citizens of this
? V community, that he in nor- manufac
turing, keeps on hand, a veiy superior article
of 'lemlsteads. also a od aortment of
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES
c ull of which he ofle.rs lor sue on reasona
ble terms.
TURNING of all kinds Hint is likelr to
be needed in thisCountry execute I w ith neat
ness and dispatch: ho is also nreniired to man
ufacture bench fcrew9 and hand scre-vsof var
ious sizes. Tne patranage of the Public is
respectfully solicted.
July 21 51 (imo.
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BOOKS & STATION 0 xYJ
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J. K. AMilTEMOIiE,
No. 1, I nion Block, Second Street,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
KEErS constantly ot lio!c?ulc and re
mil, a complete assorlment of
MISCELLANEOUS AND SCHOOL
BOOKS. BLANK BOOKS, STA
TIONER Y,AR 'TIS TS MA TE
RIALS, WALL VAVER,
1 EltFUMER 1', FANCY
ARTICLES, (Jc, cf c.
New Books, Mugazinrs and Newspapers
received as soon as published.
Cotinln Merchants ure invited topxnmine
his slock, ami consider his terms of timle.
Juntiury 19, lb04. tf.
i'udevo V.hdi,
No. 1, Front Street.
DISSOLUTION,
nrHE co-purtncifhip heretofore existing
X etween ihe subscribers, under the firm
of Oakts & Biu-kiik, wus this day. dissolved
by inuiual content. F. J. Oakes having sold
his entire interest to Messrs. George & Chas.
11. Davis, all cluims will be settled.und debts
collected bv Butl.ir!c I)ais. our successors.
F. J. O iKES.
A. W. BUSK1RK.'
A. W. Dl'tKlltK, OEO. DAVIS, CilAS. H. DAVIS.
KISKIRK it DAVIS,
(Successor of Oukes & Biiskirk.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AKD
PRODUCE DEALERS,
Diuliiyc DlGtk, Front Strrct.
PORTSMOUTH, O.
January 19, lS51)(-tf.
J. O. SWETLAND.
C B. COGSWELL.
SWETLAM & CCGSWEL,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AKD TANNERS &, CURRIERS,
MA.N STREET, Mc ARTHUR, OHIO
ANNOUNCES to their friends and the
public, that they have firmed a co-partnership
for five jeurs, in the above business.
BOOTS AND SHOES;
Mens', Womens', Boys' Rnd Youths', of every
variety will be kept constantly on hand, anil
made to order at the shortest possible notice,
und on the most liberal teims.
TANNIN U J- C17,ATAYG.-Lathcr
of all kiiuls; Sole, Upper, Kipund Calf Skins,
kept constantly on hand and for sale at the
lowest figures. Persons bringing Hides can
have them Tunned on the shares. '
O" Hides und Tan Bark wanted at all
times, for which the highest prices will be
given.
December 22. 1S54. tf.
CEO. SUTIIERLIiV A CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE SALE CF
Virginia & Kentucky Manufactured
TOBACCO,
, AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 1, Bijckeyk Block, Fhont St.,
' PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
Oflice up Stairs.
October 3, 1854.
Scioto and H. V. Railroad.
On, and after Tuesday, August 1th, 1854
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 Jaekson at 2 o'clock P.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 6 o clock P.
M.
Trains No. 2 leave Jackson at7J o'cldcK .4.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A.
M. Returning h-ave Portsmouth it 2J I", M.
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M'
J. W. WEBB, Suneriutendeu'.
May 5, '51. tf. lc 3 51, -
I GIFTS FOll THE PEOPE !
CAPITAL CITY ART-UNION,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
8RUNELL k CO'S., SECOND GREAT
OIl'T DISTBIMUTIoN.
The proprietors take great pleasure iu
announcing lo ihe citizens of the Union,
that in consequence of the great satis
faction manifested by the ticket-hold'
ers of their first great Distribution, and
the many thousand solicitations Iroin all
parts of the country, in relation to
u llAllipr lliow lntMii,la,l nattinn tin litnlK.
er Distribution of Gifts for the people,
they have, an immense outla), been en
abled to offer to their thousands of nat
ions the following valuable, ningniG- (
cent, and unpiecedeuted BRILLIANT
SCHEME, to be distributed as soon as
tUe 300.000 Beautiful Engravings of the
Capitol ot Ohio are distributed among i
their Patrons. The price of the Engra
vings is but One Dollar, ind as a parlor,
ornament it cannot be surpassed.
Read attentively the following list of
beautiful and costly gifts, which will
be satisfactorily distributed by a com- ,
uiittee of ten, selected one fioin each
State where the largest number of sub-,
scribers are obtained;
1 Farm iu the State of Indiana $10,000
1 do in Ohio -8.000 ;
1 do do 6,000'
2 Four story Crick Dwelling and
Lot, in Cjlumbs, Ohio 6,500
1 do do do do-. .6,500
1 Beautiful residence in the
town of Mt. Vernon 5,500
ITvo Story Brick Building iu
Chillicothe 3,500.
1 Brick Cottage and lot in Col
Uinblib
3,000.
3,000,
2,500 .
1 do do do
1 Frame do do . do.
1 Handsome country residence iu
Sego, Perry couuty, Ohio.. 1,500 .
4 Splendid building lott in Col
umbus, at 2,000 8,000
10 do do do 61,500 15,000
4 do d.) Cleveland 6,000
1 Grand Action Piano (Cuicker-
iug's 1,200
1 Gold U'uUh, eel with Dia
nionds.f. ........ cr 1,000
5 Gold Watches, at ,500 eich" 2,500
10 Rosewood Pianos, at 8500--5.000
10 do ut 400
10 do ' co at 300
4,000
3.000
..7,500
10,000
7.500
4,000
6,000
7,500
Pins,
50 Gold Watches, at $150
100 do a,t
100 do at
100 do at
u00 Siver do at
500 do do at
too.
75
40.
20
15-
(000 La Jits' Gold Breast
ai 1
4,000
200 do Brocha shawls al $25 5,000
500 do Silk Dress Patterns,
ut 820 10,000
5000 Gold Pencils, at 63 15,000
10000 Gold Pens, with Silver
. Cases, at 3s2 20,000
20000 Gold rings.at 81,50 each 30,000
1 -0b4 do- el 1.00 each---12 081
. Every purchaser of the spleudld large
Lithographic Engraving, will receive a
Certificate of Membership entitling
them to chance in the above list of
valuable and costly Gifts for the Peo
ple. The Engravings can be" snt by
mail (without being damaged,) to any
part of the country. "
COFinST COMK FIRST SERVED,3)
Persous wishing lo act as Agents for
us will please send a recommendation
signded by the Postmaster or some other
influential and well known person in
the place where they reside.
To those persous who have been act
ing as Agents for us in our former Dis
tribution, this is not required.
All orders with the money enclosed,
free of postage, will meet with prompt
attention.
Iu order lo prevent mistakes, agents
and others transmitting money to us
will please have it sealed in the pres
ence of the Postmaster, and the amount
entered on the way bill.
We prepay all our letters, circulars,
(fc, lo our agents and correspondents,
and expect them to do the same with
us. .
Agents wanted in every town', whom
we will fumfrh mith posters, circulars,
schelules, instructious, &c, on appli
cation a: our oflice, or by mail post paid.
For further particulars see the descrip
live bills, &c, or enquire Jt the oflice,
No. 2, Walcutt's Block, Town Stree',
Columbus Ohio.
BRUNELL & CO, '
Pbopbietors. .
JAMES PlIRSELL,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEALER IN 1 '
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
QILLWYARE, CHINA AND GLASS. "
December, December,
185 1. 1854.
NEW GOODS!;:;;;.;
HAVING made very late purchases, at e.
tremely low prices; I have the cheapest,
and probably the best stock of '
DRY GOODS & QUEENSVVARE
In the West; to which I invite the atteutiob,
of cash and respoustble buyers, ' - '
JAMES PURSELL.
Portsmouth, O- Dec. 22, 1854. - ; i
At PitATTsrii.LE, wUh to purchase HiJes, fgr
which ihe highest Market price will be given.
railliarv OOJ.--11. '
. ' ' ' ny vnrr trs
1 YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the Gilt.Anf
V DENNING, CAMrBLLLfc CO

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