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Alleged Contempt of the U. S. Marshal.
Al 81 o'clock this morning. Judge
Pukltjjecided ihe motion upon which
rule was isued against the U. S. Mr
hal od II. M. DunUon, to show cause
wbyju) sttichmeut should uol be issuea
agaiiTA them for contempt in disobey
ing the order of the Court by re-taking
the girl Rosette upon t warrant decided
to bs void. The order ol the Court was:
first thst Rosetta should be discharged
formAhe custody of the Marshal and,
secondly, thai she should be delivered
ovar to her guardian. The decision ol
this Court, until reverted by higher ju
dicial power, had desitoyed within this
Slate all validity as to the warrant,
which was declared void, and could not
authorize the arrest of Koselta; and her
re-caption under it, therefore, subjected
"the Marshal to all the ptuilliea of an
unlegal arrest and false imprisonment ol
the citizen. The process was simply
void and til future tction under it by
cor Iswi wsi a trespass.
But, vas Rosetta discharged ? No ac
tion of the Marshal was necessary to
csrry into effect the order of the court
discharging her. He could not. if he
would, disobey that order. Uad there
been an attempt made to prevent her
leaving this court with the Sheriff, that
would be resistance of the order, and
would have subjected the offender to
what punishment the court deemed
oroper to affix. But the cirl left this
court under the charge of iu legal 0IT1
cerjand although it was claimed she
was followed by the Marshal n ith in
tent to arrest her, uo such attempt whs
made while she was in custody of the
Sheriff. If it were made, whether suc
cessful or nol.it would be punishable as
a contempt. But the order of the court
was executed; the functions af the Slier
iff complete, nothing remaining but that
be should report the fu'filmeut of the
order, and if the arrest five minutes sf
ter she wss restored to her.guirdiau whs
a disobedience of the order ot the court,
it would be equally so if made one lain
dred days thereafter, That arrest, iu the
opinion of the court, was improper, cut
psble and illegal, such ss might subject
all implicated to the penalties ol the
law; but it did not constitute the resis.
tance or disobedience contemplated by
the statute, outside of which there could
be no legal contempt. The rule against
the parties was accordingly ordered to
he aischarged.
An order was made putting the costs
of the habeas corpus on the Marshal,
and directing the execution therlor to
Cin. Commercial.
mtrcial.
Read! Read!!
Read! Read!! The Awful Consequences of Religious
Politics and Bigotry—Riot
and Destruction of Ballot
Boxes!
Some of the first fruits of Know Xoih
ingism may be seen in the monstrous ri
ots at the election polls in Cincinnati.
We copy a very full account from the
reporter of the Commcrct'ul-the Erquir
tr we never get until the day alter the
arrival of the Gazette and Commercial
of equal dale. These horrid scenes aie
enough to startle every good man to hi
feet, and make the serious inquiie 'w hot
nut?'
The Gaittte admits the cannon firing
was in honor of the birth day ol the il
lustrious Jefferson. Yet these Bill Pools
of the Queen City could not endure the
honor thus given to the memory of so
great and good an American. The pious
Know Nothings found that defeat was
certain, and enraged at the loss of of
fice -of honor, and of the large sums ol
money they had bet upon the result,
concocted the Christian idea of destoy
ing the ballot-boxes. To do this, they
bad to raise the cry that somebody was
insolent at the polls at the Eleventh
Ward. Such stones are easily put afloat,
and he who wishes to get up a riot, can
easily excite some one to give him a
pretext, If insolence among election
aerers would justify the destruction of
ballot boxes, we hare seen the time
when very few ballot boies in the Slate
of Ohio would not hsve been broken into
kindling wood.
If this affair in Cincinnati does not
cause the withdrawal of all men from
these midnight, oath-bound den who
have any regard for their country or
themselves, we shall be mistaken.
Has the Protestant religion com to
to low a condition that it requires such
means to give it character and support ?
What have the Protestant" Church done
that God in his wrath is inflicting upon
them the terrible responsibility of these
oath-bound bigots, rioters, and destroy
ers of our peace 1 It is time they were
looking seriously to the end of these
things. We should like the Eev. Mr.
C rover to tell us where his 'sympiithin'
Statesman.
The Caloric Ship.
The Ericsson experiment is at an end.
The invention is conceded to be a fail
ure, and poor Ericsson is a ruined man.
He has spent all his fortune in building
the caloric snip and in the experiments
he made on the vessel. He has dene
more, he has speut all bis wife's tortune,
which was great, and she, too, w beg
eared. But worst of all is that it has
led to such recrimination and alienation
that they have seperated, never to be
united again, perhaps. Had he been
successful, his name would have been
enrolled with that of Columbus, Newton,
Fulton and other men of illustrious re
nown. But he has failed; he has lost
his all; he has introduced ruin into mice
loving and happy home; and the wmld
coldly looks on. and save, "1 told you
Boston Journal.
John Binns of Philadelphia, in the
Recollections of his Life, uses the iol
lowing language
uiy opinion is. t oat tins new se
cret society, Lound ard ker-t tc cether l
illegal oaths, will hare a runious influ
ence upon the W hig party. 1 he love
of office and the hope of obtaining it,
will induce many active men amon.
them to join the Know Nothing?, bui
these who are Whir's from attachment
to the principles ol the party will not
Land themselves with men, who, for
the cheer love of office, take oaths
against the pence and dignity of- the
ananrjiauTMlth.
Fruit Trees Good Fruit.
THE CITIZENS OF McARTH-!i
-XL en and v it inity have xt lust a.
an excellent opportunity to obtain one ol the
greatest luxuries of life hv a small rxn'
and a link' attention. There is nullum; con
ducts more to the Am ' A. comfort ami happi
)iea of a futility, as plenty ol good ripe fruit,
nd tlieetl'ecis of Ornamental Toe on the
mind ever produces cheertuliicss ; 'hen wh
not set out till ll.e vacant urts of our lots in
OniiimentHl end Fruit To"'. Mr- Gkiocs
oilers for stilt' Tiers and Graftr: ppln ol
til) Ms. per tee, insured; Omits, I pit vitirties.
at 2J t ts. per Ci:ufi. instued; the host Cherry.
P- ttr, Apricols&uA Plumb., that can be ob
tained, at fci cts per pn ft. insured; two of
the finest varieties, at ") crms per tree: Ho
vey's seedling Straw bctry. the finest and htrg
ei in the United State. iiS ct per iloi'rn or
fc2 per hundred. All will bo ready to deliv
er to subscribers) in the spring; it U desirable
to have the names, varieties uinl umiiW by
the lstol M irth. Hand in your names lo
my Agents U. Brat ton, McArthur, James
Hays, or Washington Deuison, iu the vicini
ty ol McArthur. Make your choice ftoiu the
(ol loniiig list:
APPLES.
Autumn SwretiiiR, September; American
Golden Russctt, winter; Amerirnn Summer
I'ear main, August; Baldwin, winter; Blink
SeeknolYrtfier, do.; Black fiillillower, do.;
Bellflowcr, yellow, dc; BrvHmt lVllliiuver.
do; Belmont or pnte, do; Bullotk's Pippin,
do; Jiack. do; Bull's Sweet, do; Borovitsky,
Summer: Rcnoni. do; Bailey Sweet, w inter;
Brondwell Sweeting, do; Eorassa. tin; Cooper.
Fall; Cumberland Spice, winter; Clark's
A'weeting, do; Duches tie OldeiiU"t(!. Fall;
Danver's Winter Sweet, tin; Detroit, do; Dv
eror round Foval. Fall; L'owntnwn Pippin
do; English Reiistrenk, winter; Ksopus Spit
zenlrc. do; l'.nrlv Slrdwberrv.Stin mer; Early
Harvest, do; Fiji Wine, Fall; Fall Golden
Pippin, do; Fainntise or Promme tie Neige,
do; Foy's Ki d winter, w inter; Fink's Seedling.
ttu; v lii'lung Sptfzenhcri' tin; J- eilernl rear
mum. do; Green New tow n I'ippin, do; Gate
or Belmont, do; (iohleii Sweeting. Snniniei;
ti iililrn talville, Mo; lirivrstein, rail; Hull
biinls'.on NoiK'sliell. w illleij Hoop Apple, t!o;
llonev (inenil'g, do; Hays- Ueil Winter, do;
Jinmiliiiii, tlo; Jersey Sweeting, August; K.'i
ie,lin's .S'.iireiibiirg, winter; King's Swi et.
Full; Ijare I'uradi.-e, w inter; h-ninn Pippin,
do; Little Greening, do; Lady's Sweeting, tin;
Lippineott. Siniimei; l.oue'.l or Orunt;e, Fall;
Murphy, wiutei: Milan, clt; M'UMpple Sueet.
tin; iMalc Curie, tlo; Nurli n's Melon, do; Nor
thern Spy, tlo; Ni-verl.iil, tin; Neivlown Spit
zt nbnig, tlo; I'liliii'in Hnsset, do; IVniioi k's
Red Winter, tlo; IVt k's rieasant. tlo; I'ti-ey's
Winter Bed Sweet, tin; Trior's Red Winter.
do; round A'oyal, or lher, Full; i'orier, do;
Bed Doctor, winter; Illiodf Island Greening,
do; Romtinite, do; lied Ctmnda. tlo; Home
Betiuty, tlo; lliimstlcll's Winter Sweet, do;
Keinelte Trii.mpliHnt, tlo; Beinetlc Canada,
do; Utam's I!el tV'ititer, do; Bambo, tlo, Bed
Aslrathan, sninnier; Sunern Sweet, winter;
Searlelt w inter sweet, do; Swiiur. do; Sweet
i carniain, do; Snow AppV, do; Sapsonwiiie'
summer; eevers lit'ilstreak. Full; Summer
weeting. stiinmer; Jewiie.-bnrv winter lilusli.
w inter; Tul uliocoii. do; Trader's Fancy, tlo;
Vaniievere, tlo; Winter Greening. tlo; Wltiic
I'ippin. tlo; Wes'fiehl seeknoliirther. tin; win
ter twtPt l'.iraillse, do; winter sweet Bumbo.
no; .Miiesuv, tlo; w inter sw eet. IKHlue s. do:
W hilneyV supctiitg. do; Weslein spy do;
W inter wiiic.do; W hilmer's sweeting.' Full;
Wugi;r,cr, winter; lellmv iSewlown lippi ',
.lo; lCllow Bel Mower, tlo,
1JLAHS.
Annnas, October: Bartlett feplember; Buer
le I VI, November; Blntn'cnoil, Anc'ipt; Burr-
re tl'An inuibiirg, l.'nendcr; Biiene Brown,
September; Ioiirrt Bose. October; Deaibom's
seedling, August; DiMbe.-9 (le Aliconleine,
October; Ftctlt ri'Jt ol W erteinbiir!;.Seclenilier:
Flen.i:!i IVuiitv.Sejiti mler; Louise ''ounetle
Jer.-cy. October; .S'le,henti' (lencs-ee. .Veptem
lier; Art 1;ip. tlo; iikmson, November; White
DovMine, October. I'bice, 2j to 3J Cents,
etch.
PEA CUES.
Yello.v Albert', Gm,s Micnonne, Boxal
GeorP, Crawford's early Melt.eoton. early red
Kurcin e, inidnia rk Llinerrr lu'cc. W urd
Lit te Fiee. LMe w liite Clinti. Purple Alberiie,
Old Zack, Morris' white. Free, Burr'e Tineup-
pie Cling, Moriisrtniu round. Farlv iillotsoii.
Crawford's Late iKelocoion. Cable's late Cling,
lellow l.nreriP,par'y Anne. I.u teha m s Gross
iliniioiiiie, IVw ther's Cling, very fine. Heath
Ciing. very supriior. Cable La le iiyelocolon.
Lurly ioik, Jaquis Kureiipe, Teton de cn
us. Pbicei 10 i ts. sinuli 81C per 100.
CUEllIUES.
While Bigarieuii. Elton, ilay Duke, Bigur-
rpnu or Grailion, Belle ilutlifeoite. Belle tit
Ctioifev, lletl JJiturreau. Harpers Bitarreau.
ylmeriion ylmbtr, Black Turtuiean. I'uick,
25 CtS.eat'l'.
Ei;ciLUoas pbkakzntai, tfi.es,
Chinese lilanllnis, Cutulca. Ci piess, Kuro
pann Lurch, ylnicritiiu Lurt li. Silver h af Ma-
de, itose lcacia.Ctdlutrd, W lt ping illow,
l.hnarr.uin, 1 nhu I rec.
LVF.RGUEEN ORNAMENTAL TREES
Balsam Fir, Noiwjv 6';irut e. Chinese Ar-
borvilc, Ameriian do; .Vcott h Broom, Dwurl
Box, Austriuu Pine, Ileiiiloi k spruce, .Scott h
Pine. Corsica n Pine, Bed 'edar.
CCfl have n few choite l'Inm trees, Quince
Bushes. 1st, Leila anil Caluwabu Grate Vines,
Current nnd Gooseberry Butbts, 6'irawlierry
Pluiiis, r ig trees, lhtlru"cus, Dutch Aspara
gus, cj-c; also, twenty vurirtits of Nnisettie.
Chinese, Tea, Emboli, Scotch and Climbing
Kose?.
E. S. GRIGGS.
January SG, ISM, tf.
Books! Becks!!
irFfr vm Mi niifirv'a Scrips rninl.lelp
JfJrfii.CyrmiLV.s. Small anil laie nictb-
Spellfb!1. MiGuffey's and E'ementrv.
Readhr. MiGulley's 1st, ind, 3id. ith,
and u;li.
Heman's Y'ourR Lfldieo Readers,
Piui.eo's Piiumrv Gruniinar.
Piunro's Analytical Grammar.
Ohio Teaciils, a new w vrk, expressly fur
leutlier.t.
Ray's Ariilimetics; Tarts 1st. 2nd. and 3td.
Rays Algebra; Parts 1st, ami 2nd.
Milt bel's Primal Geography.
Mitthel's Geography and Ailuf; latest edi
tion.
Webster's School Dictionrry (unabriilged).
Ctipy liotiks, Uiiiils, atiel reus and Cases
together w ith all kinds ol Stationary, for use
il schools, lor sale at
E. A. ERATTOYS.
April 2. 1S55.
Slcam luliir.cl Itc(oi).
J. II. WAIT,
CoRStK Of JtFFER.SOK AKD SeCOSD STREETS
rCRTSMOUTll, OHIO,
CtALlS the attention of the citizen" ol
I Yin'oti and adjoiiiit'g counties to his su
perior slock ol ,
CAI!IItTlfiVAIiE,
winch lie odersat wholesale or retail on rcas
ouabln terms. Give him a call.
Orders attended to promptly.
March VI. 1804. ly
STRAW CUTTERS.
i)f YANKEE Straw Cutters, from 67 to
hdJ 612 ; received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL ft CO.
WV 50. fat.
IF you CALL rue WILL
JOHN S. HAWK i
main street. Mcarthur.ohio,
Ttnlcr in all kinds of
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. HARD
WARE. QUEENSWARE. HATS,
CATS. BONNETS. BOOTS tf
SHOES. READY-MADE
CLOTHING, IRON d
NAILS, &c. Alio.3
Agent for
LOUDON & CoV. rOPULAR FAMILY
MEDICINES,
IS just receiving fiom Cint innati. one of tlie
l argest a.nl best selected slocks of New.
Fashionable titvl
CHEAP GOODS
Ever brought to McArthur, eiprrfsly 'or the
Winter trade, which lit is tleiermined to sell
on ihe most rfasotii.b!e terms.
Just tall and see my New Goods betore
pun basing elsewhere.
Bring along your Produce, for in the way
of Hurler he w ili give yon as good bargains as
(hough you brought theCusli.
November I?, JSr54. 1st. c. ly.
W. M. St.akr. G. D. Tr.w ksiicrv
uF.HR.lL CO 31 311 SSI C.N r L RUI ATS,v
Forth Sal ff Wnurn Tronic
I.EAT TCBACCO ILCUP, IROVISIOKS, bo,
Nos. b'o & bl S. CHARLES STREET.
Between Piutt uml Cumden streets. near the
Tobacco lnsfflinn W'uo IiohlPS,
UAL! i.HUKE.
Liberal oJtancts mailt on consignments.
N. B. W'e have retcntlv removed to our
new and extensive W aiehou.-es. iipi.n South
Chattes Street, where we hue ihe advantage
ol a Rail Road truck ol our ow n. (connecting
our llou.-e with the B. & 0. Kuilvvuy.) and
are thus enabled to receive all our consign
ments when tent in cur loads, free of" Dray
age. W e have, also, evey lut ility for Ihe i'e
i tint and sale ol Tobacco, Flour, Provisions,
hiiiI Western Pioduce. geuerully.
W'e send u cotreclstulement of the Markets
monthly, to our friends, or oltener if desired
June" 10 S I 1 r.
. G.W.ANCERSGN,
riiCVABMMi AM) iCIWISSIM JIERl'UA.NT,
CLMti: WHEELING WIIAIIYES
WHEELING, VA & BRIDGEPORT,
Has large and extensive Ware Houses, nn
is piepurcd w ith every fut ility, lo attend t
nil business, entrusted to his cure, properly
Hp forwards I reighl by Cur loads or otherwise
September 2,I&j3. ly
ii. ii. joiinox
(SUCCESSOR TO JOSEPH JONES,)
DEALER IN
Jlttlifiil, Throlo?irnl, Blank nn J I'isfdlu
ctons liuokx, Miiiluntry uud Wall Piiper,
PAINT STKELT,
CIIILUCOTiiE, OHIO.
Books received from the Eastern Mar
ket tit their earliest publication, or ordered
w hen desired.
C. S. il J. AV. SMITH,
Scccrss;ons ok Davis Smith or Co.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
J
POllTfeMOL'TlI. OHIO.
Dealers in Produce and Manufacturers
of Star Mill Flour.
Consignments of Goods and Produce to
Forward or Sell, solicited.
Nov. 4.1653. I y
IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.
10O.O0O5TlJ.,"J,ta-
5000 Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
300 Kegs assorted cut anil w rought Nails.
3000 Lbs. square, round and octagon
Steel, Just received at the Gill Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July 29. lfc&J.
El. LLOYD h CO.
M IioIcmiIo lis 111
COOTS, SHOES, HATS & LEATIIEC
FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH. 0.,
January 20, 1854. ly
DIMMING, CA.llI'Ui:M. A Co.,
Inirortrrs uud Wl;oItar nntl IMnil Ucn'ersin
Hard utile, mlM'ry, Iron, Cilu,
Ac, Ac.
"1,T7 OULD respectltilly iiiforiniheir friends
V and the public that thev have leng S.
t;ot into their splendid new room, and hate
fitted it up ev,'re-sly for the tlardwdre trade. (in
ibe burnt district) under the siun of the GIL'l
ANVIL. East side of Paint, between W atet
ami 2d tts, whete thev are opening, in addi
tion to part of their former stock, a larte ami
Icsiruble 'tot k of Americnn, German and
Entlish Hardware, Satlillerv. Iron untl Glass,
together w ith ell articles usually kept in Hard
ware stores, nntl invite all to call and take a
ook at their new room and examine their
stoek.
Thev have continued a stock of Goods 81
their OLD STAND, sun of the Mill Saw, on
Tagert's stpmire. (under the immediate rate of
one of the. linn) where thev have been so ib-
erally patronized the. ast year, for which tlie.v
take this opportunity ol returnum their sin
cere thanks. and solicit a continuance of the
same for both establishment?, promising to
keep as good Goods and tell as low os any in
this market.
May 10. !S03.-n l01r
A 1 w a y s
Thronged!
J. F. TCWELL & CO,,
DKALERS IS
Dry Goods, Xillincry Coot's, Quccnswarc, China
and lurprls,
PORTSMOUTH. OHIO.
TlE have just opened our first Spring
v f Stock ol tbe above goods ami are now
exhibiting one of thorniest assortments ever
opened in this pluce.
To accommodate our increasing trade, we
have converted our second floor into two
handsome sale-rooms, one for the Carpets, Oil
Cio'hs, Mattings and Window Shatits. and
tbe other lor B jiiuets and all kinds ol Milli
ners' Trimmings al wholesale and retail. In
this department we shall hereafter manufac
ture or trim Bonnets in the most lashionable
styles. Milliners and others are invited to
examine our superior stock ol Bonnets, Rib
hons &c.,beloie piirthasingelsewhere.
We shall continue as heretofore o supply
Housekeepers. Hotels and Steamboats with
everv thing in the turnishiuii Dry Goods line.
Table waie and Carpels tl the very lowest
price. J. F. TO WELL & CO.
No. 4 Enterprise Building.
April 7. ISM. ly
LOOK HERE
johs awersTtw
SAMUEL bWLPSTOK
T & S. SWEFSTON have opened a fine
tj stock of Goods at i'KA ITSVLLLF.
O.
Call and see for yourselves.
te . Ifl4,--fn-a.
J i STEPHENSON,
BOOK fcrXLril. STAIONEII A!NI
BLANK BOCK MANUFACTURER.
ho 4 Fuckty Click, Tuct St., Fortmoalh, bio
Has on (ihiiiI a complete assortment of
MISCELLANEOUS. LAW, MEDICAL.
COMMON SCHOOL AND CLASSS1CAL
TOO ETHEtt WITH A TV LL STOCK Of '
Staple and Fancy Stationery.
I am confident that it would be foi the In
teresls of dealers in this vicinity, to make
their purrhases of me. instead of going or
sending East. The iliiTrrence of timo, the
cost of transportation, with the advantage of
frequent onlent for small quantities, make it
more economical as well as more expeditious
to purchase in this market.
I invite buvers to examine mv slock", ami
com i a re mv prices with those of Booksellers
..I . .: l i
in unciuiiaii. or eisewiierc.
School and Claaiieal Books,
All the kinds in use, at the lowest rates.
A Complete Assortment of Law and
Medical Hooks ; Miscellaneous Books ;
All the New and Standard Publications,
I have also, in connection with my Book
.S'tore, an extensive Bindery, where Blank
Hooks of any Fixe and Pattern of siierior
quality, suilitble for County Olfices, Bunks,
Furnaces, Insuaruuce Companies, &c, are
made to order.
Staple and Fancy Stationery of all kinds.
WALL PAP EllS. CVHTAIN PA
JEHS. AND BUUDEK1NG.
I offer the largest anil 11 slock ever hro't
to our city, and will sell them eihter it Whole
sale or Retail, al as low rates as any house
West of (he Mountains. I have all kinds,
ftoiu the richest Gilt to the commonest kind
mautifuf toied. I purchase them tlirectlv from
the manufacturers, ami can sell thi-ni very low
to ibetountry trade.
II will Bllonl me pleasure to show my
goods, and I shall spare no eflurta to render
entire satisfaction.
Booksellers, country dealersand private li
bruries supplied at the very uu'csl rules, in
large or small quantities.
1 shall be happy to receive orders, assuring
those who send, thut they will be filled
promply. Purticularatteutinn paid to orders
hv .Mail, or otherwise, lor quantities, or sin
gle volumes.
Portsmouth, April 28, 1654.
CINCINNATI.
MAYSVILLE, & PORTSMOUTH,
REGULAR PACKET.
The new and splendid swift running steamer
BOSTONAi
Capt. VM. McC LA I N.
Will leave Cincinnati
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays,
at 11 A. fti. precisely
Wili leave Portsmouth
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays-
at the same hour touching at ail way points,
'rut. uusio.in was built expressly lor this
trade, and the people may rpy upon the
fuel that she w ill remain tlieie. Neither pains
norexpence. have been spared to fit up u first
class packe.t with an eye to speed, saiety. and
comlorij all requirements of hp new luw be
ing complied w ith; outl it is confidently boed
thut the public wili appreciate and Pncoiiruge
tlieenieriirtse. The Proprietor ol this Bout.
at all seasons ol the year, will have a boat in
the trade, so that uo liieoimeiiienco will here
alter be given to travellers. Sept. 8, '54 6m
BIGGS HOUSE,
PLltTSMOUTII, OHIO.
riHE f ulist rilier having leased the above
J- House, (formerly the United Slates llo
tel.) and having made u complete renovation
pnbre furnished the boii.-ewiih new Furnituie
throughout, tespeciivelv invites the traveling
public to give liim u cull.
HIS TABLE
Will always contain the bert that the market
affords, and tinmeuns ill be spaied to make
all comfortable. JOHN ROW.
Oct. 10th. 1654 .
JA31S PU.HSELL,
EXCI.US1VF.LY WHOLESALE DEALER IK
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
qi'ELMWARE, CB1.U A.D CLASS.
Dftemlier, December,
18.fl. 1831.
iEV GOODS!
HAVING made very late purchases, at ex
tremely low prices; I have the cheapest,
and probublv the best stock of
DRY GOODS & QUEENSWARE
In the West; to which I invite the attention
of cash Bud rtspousible hovers,
JAMES rURSELL.
Portsmouth, 0.. Dec. 'ii, 1854.
ISilAM HOUSE.
smith & SONS,
JACKSON C.
23. 1653. ly
II.. OHIO.
Sept,
D. N, HIBRAT, P. H. MURRAY, JAS. II KF.AN
IfnpojtPW of, bihI Drolnnn.
HARDWARE-AND CUTLERY,
SIGX OF THE FROM ST.
PORTSMOUTH. OHIO,
E will duplicate bills with any regular
jotjtung House in the West. Com. try mer
chants, fn mace proprietors, railtoad con trac
tors, ami others, willsubierve thtir interests by
giving us a call.
May 19, 54.-ly.
S, il, liOLMES h GO. ,
(Suctsssois to Smith and Holiites.)
MANUFACTCRKfcS OF
Tin, Mutt Iron, oiid Copper Warts,
ALSO DEA1.I.E8, WHOLESALE RETAIL, IN
Stoves, Grates. & Hollow Ware,
MARKET STREET, EAST SIDE.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
Sept. 8 1331. ly. '
JOHN J. ELLIOTT,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER,
One door East of D. D.T. Hard's Store,
I1AMDEX, OHIO,
RESPECTIVELY announces lo the f PJ,i
citizens of HAMDEN. and vicitl Pfcl
ity that lie has permanently located at llam-
den, ami haa commenced ihe manufacturing
of liootsand Mioes; ft) lis, vv omens, anil
Childrens", Of very var.ety. All work war
ranted, and matte at the shortest notice-
Prices to suit the times. Repair done with
neatness and dispatch.
reremSer. 22. 1 3mo.
V
Proclamation.
PVLVEUMACUER'S
Ilytlro-Elcttric Toltnle Chains!
ANEW and NOVEL mode of applying a
powerlul remedial agent, so constructed
as to be worn under the garments, next It) the
skin, producing a constant uninterrupted cur
rent of Electru-Magiietisin. p fleet 'jig
1MLDIATE RELIBF
from tbe most acute, pain, and also a perman
ent cure of all
NERVOUS DISEASES.
It seldom has failed to furnish almost in
stant relief, and a Fis.il Permanent Crnw
hv being used according todirecttion, to the
following diseases:
Rheumatism, Uterine rains,
Gout, Sciatica, Pulpitation of Heart
Puralysis, Periodical Heuduche
Painful swelled joints. St. Vitus' Dance
Neurulgia of theFuce, General Dehilety,
Disease of the Spine, Pains of the Chest,
tDeafness : Blindness, Hysterics, Dyspepsia
All Diseases that are caused by a deficient
amount of Nervous Fluid, are greatly reliev
ed, if not permanently cured simply wearing
the chains for a lew hours eacti day.
Bk it understood thut it is not claimed
that itctires all diseases, but only those for
which il is recommended, and moreover, we
boldly claim and defy, that no medical agent
ofanv kind has preformed so many cures dur
ing the lust year, of those diseases just nam
ed as
PULVERMACIIEn'g ELECTRIC ClIAIN'S.
And to prove this assertion we.defv any per
son to produce so mail) imM authenticated cer
tificates ol Scientific Physics ns and intelli
gent patients as may le found in a pamphlet
of 3(3 pages, to be' had gratis of the agent iu this
Town.
The Electric Chains were first introduced in
France in 1850. ami after being subjected to
the most Thorough and Rioid Trial, by the
first medical men in Paris, they werelo;nd
lo possess strong and marvellous nowcrs in
releving pain, wherever applied, ami by thar
influence w ere idtrnduced into the hospitals ol
that city. mid alro.sceured by letters puteutby
the Fiench Government.
TI.ey aie now introduced in almottevery
Hocpitul in England. Gcrinmiy, Austria.
Belgium, and patented in those countries,
w heie '.hey have bcome. the
Most Fore la r Curative Aoest ix the
World!
They were first introijui rtl in the United
States about one yea i since, uud went through
with the same trial as in Europe, and wereut
once introduced into every Hospital in New
York, w here thev arn now in daily use.
effecting even mure wonderful cures than bad
ever btfoie been awarded them, Thev are
highly recommended Profs. Valentine Molt
Van Buren, Post, and others, who have pub
lisbed llitir views of iheir power rind value in
several of the medical journals iu thut city,
and are also in the daily practice of recom
mending their use to patients. A full ac
count of their opinion may also be found
in every pamphlel, and sent to tli.t ad
dress of any erson in the State, applying
(post paid) to the ngents. The Chains
can be sent by mail, with full description
for use.
fXT Price of Chain". W an l S'j.
Physicians are. politelv invited to cull
and examine their construction, and pro
nounce upon their merit.
O.nk word more to Invalids.
No person need fear that they will not
accomplish just wbut it is claimed they
can do, and all persons who have become,
disgusted with a constant pouring clown of
patent nostrums (botlletl swill) art; kindly
und politely invited to give them a trial.
Caku to Ladies. Ludies who ure cn-
cienle. are requested not to weur them lor
greut length of lime, for by so doiii".
miscarriage is freipiectly produced-
IV ii. une Uidin will last lor vears and
lose none of its electric powro hv use. can bt:
applied to either udut or .liilib For sule
in ail the prim mlciUcs ne iheU. S,
J. Steim.rt, Gen lei Agent. N. Y.
All communications (Post paid) addressed
to S S. DEMUTH, McArthur Ohio, Agent
for Vinton und adjoining Counties, will ie
ceive piompl utteutiou.
.lune 3.1. b--H. ly
Public Imitation,
II1CK0CK i lire.,
H
AV1NG just opened a Wholesale am'
Retail II AT S'I'OIJ L in Portsmouth
on t ront street, netween market ami Jcjler
son. they invite All to call ami examine their
stock of
Hals and Caps, Slraw Goods, Trunks.
Valises, Carpet L'ugs, Umbrellas ic., vJ
OH EVEItV DKSCRIFTIOS.
Purchasers can at all times find at oure.
tabiishment a full and complete, sssorlmen-
of the richest and most desirable styles, at
well as the most common fabrics. Our Iouk
experiehee in the business, and knowledge ol
manulncturnig, with Ibe facilities lor purcha
sing, are such that we are confident we can
sell loweh than any other House in the West.
FURS of all kinds wanted, for which the
highest prices will be paid,
Portsmouth. November 4. 1S33.
JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE.
HII. JOHNSON, (successor to Joseph
Jones) keeps constantly on hand
larue stock of
BOOKS, STATIONERY, WALL
PAPER .c,
Which he will sell et Eunlcrn Prices. It
his design to afford Country Merchants, ami
piiichasers generally, such facilities for sup
plying themselves with every article in his
line, as they have not heretofore enjoyed.
Additions are now btiug made to his stock,
which will make one of the Largest am1 Jest
in the Western country.
As a mere outline, his stock will be found
to consist of
BOOKS Medical. Scientific, Law, Theolog
ical, School, Blank and Miscellaneous.
STATIONERY Letter, Cap, Bill and Note
Paper.
ENVELOPES Buff. Embossed and Plum
White, and Government.
WALL PAPER A heav) and well selected
stock, at prices ranging from 8 cents.
to&l.OO per bolt. Also, Borders
the greatest varietv, and Window
Blinds.
BLANK BOOKS Ledgers, Journals, Day
Books, and Time Books, all of every
style.
PERIODICALS Those issued Monthly, and
others.
MAPS Large Maps of both Hemispheres and
of the United States; Smtll Maps
each of the Western States, and
Mexico.
FANCY ARTICLES of difTf rent kinds.
ALSO Slates, Copy Books, Copper Plate,
Tencils, Gobi ami Steel Pens, Ink
all kinds, Inkstands, Wafers, &c, &c.
All of which wiii be sold low. et Whole
sale and Retail at Johnson's Book Store,
Jones' old stand, Paint St., Chillicolhe, Ohio.
Decembers. 1653. ly.
1)00 Hides Wancld!
.(GREEN OR DRIED.)'
For which we will pav 48 CciiIh per lb.
S. S. DEMUTH & CO.
December 22nd. Ib54. if. ' '
JOB W OKK. of every description neatli
executed, at this Umce.
a
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of
ol
ol
ol
IMmmm.
CHERRY PECTORAL,
For th lil Cure of
fOrCHS, COLDS, IIOARSEXESS,
ERoxn:iTis,wiioori.G-couGu,
CROUP, ASTII.lI.li AXD
rOXSDIFTIOX.
WE invite ihe attention of t! e Public to
the Certificates appended below, and
bespeak for them that candid consideration
which their honest frankness deserves.
Men in such stations as many who volun
tarily bear witness to the efficacy and value of
Cur.RiiY Pectoral, do not wantonly trifle
with, or distort facts, nor oveistate their con
victions. Judge then, w hether ibis is not the
medicine to trust when you must have relief
for the throat or lun!s; judge too, whether ev
ery family ought not to have it by them as a
safeguard against the everywhere prevailing
enemy, which steals w ith fatal frequency up
on almost every flock md carries oil the lamb
from many a home?
Jackson C. II , Jcckscn City, 0 ,2Cth Nov., K2. '
Dr. J- C. Avfr.
Sir The Cherry Pectoral is much inqui
ied after. Several of our best Physiciana
have used it, three of them In their own caso
and always with the happiest eliects. The
numerous patent medicines always before,
tl em, lead to incredulity in regard to every
new remedy; ami it is only afler undoubted
evidence of value in any article, that anything
like a general confidence con be excited.
The unrivalled excellence of this combina
tion of agents, (in ikeClwry Pectoral) proved '
bryond vavil by repeated trial under their own
observation, has compelled medical men to
proclaim abroad its usefulness. It is beyond
ill doubt tbe best general remedy we have fo r
(he Pulmonary Afi'eciiousof this climate, ot
tbe same lime sedathe and rxpectorant a
rare combination of pioperlies.
In hope that il will prove its own reward,
I subscribe myself,
Respectluliv your obt, servt.,
JAS. 11. C. MILLED M. D.
Allegan, Midi., 10th Jan..
DeorSir-No one, no not one man, worn,
an, or child can be lound to deny that the
Cherry Pectoral is all ili-it itclaims to be.
1 here' is much used in this vicinity although
inn known tm'il recently. The community
should know its virtues.
Yours truly,
John k. Kellogo, M. D.
Lit gentlemen if the Legul Profession vmrk
this fuse.
Williamsburg, L. I., Sept. 3, 1S52.
Dr. J. C. Ayeii,
Dc;;r Sir Ovrropplicutinn for the pat
three years to mv dnlicsas an advocate brought
on some ciht months ego a severe irritation
of the bronchial lubes, which was a coiu'tunt
iiuiioyiiiice lo me, and fast becoming a source '
of rent apprehension, livery remedy tried,
l.iile.l to e' en relieve ine.till I used your Cher
ry Pectoral. This rut not O'dy relieved nie,
but its 1 trust. w holly cured me. 1 caie noth
ing for the reputation of advocoting Patent
Mediciues.au I ibis is at your service. 1 shall
reccoiuiuend il to members ol the bur, and
others whom I miiy meet, laboring under
similar iu liiipoMiiou?,
Yours trul v,
R. F. Josh. .
South Tari?, Me., Aug. IS, 1850.
1 have no Limitation iu va iug.thut 1 regutd
Ayt r's Cberrv Pectoral ns decidedly the besl
remedy within my know ledge lor the cure of
chronic bronchitis', coughs, and nil disease? of
the lungs. M. A. RcaT, M. D.
Montgomery, A hi.. October 4, lSl'J.
Dr. J. C. Au:n. Sir: 1 have used youi ad
mirable compound extensively in my praclio ,
'ii I liiitl it to surpass, by far, any olh'.r reme
dy we have lot curing tlUcu.ies upon the limes.
Your obrdi.'iit ten l., K. 15. Jont.s, M, 1).
What yet remains lo convince the most in
ciedulous that the Cherry Pectoral is all thai
t piirpoiis to be, viz: ail unequalled leiuedial
'iicnt lor all diseases of the throat and lungs.
I het xpeiieiue ol years, hai proven it to b
sut h, and we submit it to the people, believ
iiiHtlmt iis viitucs will fully maintain iu
leputaliou.
Prepared by J. C. AVER, Chemist, Lowell,
Massachusetts.
CCJ" Beware of worthless preparation
attempted to be palmed ell' under a similar
name.
Sold By
F, ECKSTEIN, jr., Cincinnati; G, B. WILL,
McArthur. and by dealers in Medicine evciy
v hcie. Jan. 20 'oD lmn.
CLLE & fiARDKEH,
DRUGGISTS.
wiLHEs villi:, onro,
KF.EP coiislnnlly on hand the folowing
gfimine and popular firmly medicine.
PILLS. Sellers Liver Pills, McLuine'a
Liver Pills, Aier's Pills.
COUGH KfcMKDIIiS. Seller'a Imperial
Cough Syiup. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Seller's
llive bvrup, heller s svrtip ol Jjqiiiils.
WORM MKD1C1NES, Seller s Vermifuge,
McLai ne's Vermifuge.
LIMMtNTS. II. O. barrel's Indian Lin
iment, Gardner's Volatile Liniment, Radway's
Ready Relief. Pain Cuter, Liquid Opidildoc.
HAIR TOMCS. Lyon 3 Kallmiron, U, S.
Gavlords.
Also: A large and well selected stock of
Drugs. Medicines. Oils, Paints and Dye-stuffs;
all lor sale at the lowest prices.
(Jet. tilth, lbSl. ly.
HANKER ST0I1E,
AT THE BLUE CORNER,
BtAKTlilB, VINTON COCJiTT, OHIO.
IN ortlcr to dispose of the large quantitiaa
of Mc.ebandise, now in McArthur, we are
convinced of the necessity of offering induce
ments to customers, sufficient to warrant
them in coming from greater distance for
lheirupplice. To accomplish this wa &r
UCkClllilllCll VJ
DIVIDE THE PROFITS
With our friends. In other words, we will
positively sell, for Cash or Produce,
DRY GOODS. CLOT.HINGV HARD
WARE, QUEESsWARF., and the
BEST FAMILY GROCERIES, AT
OSE-HALF THE USUAL PROFITS
Generally charged in this region of country.
We say, to the Farmers of Vinton, we are
prepared to prove what we say. Call and see
lor yourselves. Ami we hereby give notice
to all concerned, that the day for selling
Goods, iu McArihur, lor&U and 100 per cent,
is gone by. We have determined lo sell for
5 and 10 percent, and then make money by
making more sales.
Our slock iu entirely new, ami we aril!, a
h) wants of the people require it, renew. .
.-oil ami V 1 TIH A'FITlV
Apil 2. 1855'. 6mo.
OX YOKES.
IjfJYANKEfc Ox Yoke.s.'.at the Gilt. An v
U DEXMXO, CAMPBKLL& CO.
Ju.y2lS53.

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