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TERM! Of SUBSCRIPTION ;
$1,00 per year, and if not pyed vilhin the
ynr, (3,00 will be charted.
Then Terms must be strictly complied
with, and no paper vill be discontinued vntU
all arrearages art paid, unlet, ut the option
f the publisher.
TEEMS Or ADVERTISING.
(fr One square, thirteen lines or let fimt
thru inter lion SI 00
Each additional insertion 25
Card one tar, 3,C0.
Aliberul deduction vill bemude toper
mm tdvertising by the year.
All ndvtrtisemenls poyublein advance or
M dtnutPd
IgtnU for tbe "MrJrihur Dtmocnit.''
Tha following QaniLme n will Rcc.lv and B.c.lpt
for Sob.oripiion. and AdTirtiitment., for Ibia 1-
fmt, la Vinton beamy, vaio.
Peyton Cox,
Wm. TAVLER,
Jbo. Claik, Sr.,
J. Bloei,
J. GlLLEN,
Adam Lrsw,
llamden Furnace.
Ml. Pleasant.
Harrison Township.
BloersSiore,
Wilkcsville.
Swan.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
FOE VINTON COUNTS, OHIO.
B. P. HEWITT, Judge of Probate Court
W.L.EDMISTON.CIerk Com. Pleas Court
S. F.BINGHAM, Prosecuting Altomej.
Wm.TISUE, ShrriflT.
JOSEPH MAGEE, Auditor,
J. SWEPSTON, Treasurer.
JAMES M ALONE, Recoider.
KELSON RICHMOND, Surveyor.
EO. ULLOM, Corouer.
County Commissioners,
J. P0WD, J KINNEY, & JOHN SWAIM,
School Examiners,
. T. GUNNING, G. W. SHOCK EY and
E. A. BRATTON.
IRON FURNACES,
With their Post Office Adiesses.
Cincinnati Furnace, Westfall, Ste w
tit f- Co., Hamden. Reeds Mill P. O.
Eaqle Furnace, Stanley, Bcntley &
Co., Manufacturers of the best quality
of Pig Iron. Eagle Tost Office.
Vinton Furnace, Means, Clark & Co.
Manufacturers of lest quality of Pig
Iron, Vinton Furnnce Post Oflite.
Uamden Fubnace, Frazee', Tarr & Co.
Reed's Mill Post Office.
Bio Sand Fubkace, Bartlett, Dana J
Co., Manufacturers of the best quality
of Pig Iron. Post Office at Alliens, 0.
Merchants ok Vinton, who are
Daal.ra In Dry Good. Hardware, Qaecn.waie, Boon,
act, Oroceri, .10.
McArthur. Johu S. Hawk, J. K. cf- 1)
Will.T. A. Martin, Owen LVwd, J. C. P.
Brown, Win. Tisi.e, E. .1. Biatton,
J. & E. Dodge, Hewitt & Davi?, Shade
& Reynolds.
Hamden. Benj, Dill, D. D. T7liard, 11. B.
Moore, J. B. if- W. B. Willsun, Wm. C.
Gleason.
Wilkesville. S. S. Murry, John Gillen.
Cline & Gardner, Fulton & Lastley, Jauiet
Bleakely, Carr & Strong.
Allensville. reter Miller, Marcus Mil
ler, Joseph Wilcox.
Mt. Pleasant. FhiNjpSaiii
Pbattsville, Swepston & Sue istou, 11. W
Stoddard,
Aiken's Mill. J. Bloer.
F U RJNJXilJL0 M S
McArthur. E. P. Botliwell.
McAbthur G. B. Will.
Hamden. Davis & Collins.
Wilkesville. Cline & Gardner.
""bootahoestores7
McAbthub.-J.G. Swetland, B. C. Cogput
E. F.BINGHAM
Atto rncy at Law,
McARTHUR, OHIO,
Will practice in Vinton and adjoining conn
ties. Office three doors West ol the 1'om
Office.
Feb. 9, 1852. 31 tf
HAS. A.M. DAMARItT.
LEWIS C. DAMAR1N.
CHAS. A. M, DAMARIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE GIlOCEItS
AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE.
No. 55, Front Street,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
January 20. Ib54. ly.
STEIN & BROTHER,
Manufacturer a and Wholesale dealert in
TTl
II
No. 316 BALTIMORE STREET,
Bitwken Howard and Libkrty-sts,
BALTIMORE. .
July 8,'53.-Iy.
MILT OH L, CLARK.."'
JOHN P, PLYLE
CLARK AND PLYLEY,
Attorneys at Law..
; McARTHUR, OHIO.
Will practice in partnership in Vinton Conn
ty. Office, four doors east of Sisson & Hul
sert s Hotel.
Eeb. 21. 1854. h9.
0. D. PHCtJilX, T. M. BABCOCK, JNO. BABCOCK.
0ABC0CK&C0.
W mmi GKUCEBS &
Commission Merchants.
Ro. 6J167 Waltr Street, NEW 70RK.
ebuary 17, M. ly.
E, A. BRATTON,
Attorney at Law,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
T71LL practice in Vinton and adjoining
Fl counties, uince, one door east ol the
Blue.Comer."
GEO. SLTIIERL1A k CO.,
AGEMT8 FOR THE SALE OF .
Virginia & Ktntuchj Manufactured
A UI)AlrlU
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 1, Buckeye Block, Front St.,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
Office np Stairs.
October J, 1654.
JOB WORK, of every descriotion neatly
secured, at thia Office.
Fruit Trees Good Fruit.
ZS 1 v
a ...- ...... ......
r and vicinity hare at last
uu cxavllrut opportunity to obtain one of the
greatest luxuries of life by a small expense
and a little attention. There is nothing con
duces more to theiuift. comfort and happi
ness of a family, as plenty of rikxI ripe fruit,
nd the ell'ects of Ornamental Trees ou the
mi ml ever produces cheerfulness ; 'hen why
not R'toui all the vacant parts of our lots in
OrnainentHl and Fruit Trees. Mr. Grioos
oilers lor sale. Trees and Grafts; ppks at
20 rts. per tree, insured; Grafts, liest varieties,
at 2J i ts. per diali. insuieit; tlie Dest c.rry,
P ar. Apricots tm riimihslliat ran be ob
tained, at 61 cts per graft, injured; two of
the iinci-.t varieties, at 75 rents per tree; Ho
vev's seedling Strawberry: the finest and larg
est in the United Stales, 25 cts per dozen or
62 per hundred. All will be ready to deliv
er to subscribers in the spring; it is desirable
to have the names, varieties anil numtier oy
ihe 1st of March. Hand in your numes to
my Agents E. A.Bratton, MtArthur, James
Hays, or Washington Denison, in the vicini
ty ol Me Arthur. Make your choice from the
following list:
APPLES.
iltiturr.n Suevting, September; American
Golden Russell, winter; American Summer
Pearmain, August; Baldwin, winter; Black
Seeknofi'rther, do.; Blark Gilliflower, do.;
liellilower, yellow, do; Bnbant Bellfiower,
do; Belmont or gate, do; Bullock's Tippin,
do; liack, do; Bull's Sweet, do; Borovitsky,
Summer; Benoni. do; Bailey Sweet, winter;
l!roadvell Sweelinc, no; Uorassa, uo; Cooner,
Fall; Cumberland Spice, winter; Clark's
Aweeting, do; JJudies de Uldenbcrg, rail
Danver's Winter Sweet, do; Detroit, do; Dy
eror Pound Royal. Fall; Downtown Pippin.
do; tiiglish Kedstreak, winter; lsopus bint
zenberg, do; Earlv Straw berry.Snrrinierj Karly
Harvest, do; Fall" Wine, Fall; Fall Golden
Pippin, do; Famause or Promme de Neige,
do; Foy's Red winter.w inter; Fink's Seedling.
do; rlusliiiie-sintzeiiuerc, do; federal rear
muin, do; Green Newtown Pippin, do; Gate
or Belmont, do; Golden Sweeting. Summer;
(olden talville, do; unveslcin, rail; Hub
hards'.on Nonesuch, winter; Hoop Apple, do;
Honey Greening, do; Hays' Red Winter, do;
Jonathan, do; Jersey Sweeting, August; Ka
ighn's 5)iizenburg, winter; King's Sweet,
tall; Lnrce 1'aradisc, winter; Lemon l ipuin
do; Little Greening, do; Lady's Sweeting, do;
Lippincott, Summer; Lowell or Orange, Fall;
Murphy, wintei; Milan, do; Mayapple Sweet,
do; Male taile, do; JNorton 8 Melon, do; JNor
thern Spy, do; Neverfail, do; Newtown Spit-
zenbiug, do; Putnam Russet, do; Peunock's
lied Winter, do; Peck's Pleasant, do; Posey's
niter Red eweet, do; Priors lied Winter,
do; Pound Jioyal, or Dyer, Fall; Porter, do;
Red Doctor, winter; Rhode Island Greening,
do; Romaiiite, do; Red Canada, do; Rome
Beauty, do;Ranifdells winter aweet, do,
Reinette Trii mphant, do; Reinette Canada,
do; Ream's Red Wiuter, do; Rambo, do; Red
Astrachan, summer; Supero Sweet, winter;
Scarlelt winter sweet, do; Swaar, do; Sweet
Pearmain, do; Snow Apple, do; Snpsonw ine'
summer; eever's Redstreak, Fall; Summer
sweeting, summer; Jewkesbury winter Blush,
winter; Tulpahocon.do; Trader's Fancy, do;
Vandevrre, do; Winter Greening. do; White
Pippin, do; Weslfield seeknofurlher, do; win
ter eweel Paradise, do; winter sweet Bumbo,
do; Winesay, do; w inter 6weet, Hodge's, do;
W J'itney's sweeting, do; Western spy. do;
W inter wine, do; Whitmer's sweeting. Fall;
Wagoner, winter; ellow Newtown Pippin,
do; Yellow Bellllower, do.
PEARS..
Ananas, October; Bartlett September; Buer
leDel, November; Bloodgood, August; Buer
re d'Areimnburg, December; Buerre Brown,
September; Bourre Bose, October; Dearborn's
eediing, August; Duchess de Angouleme,
October; Frederick ol Wertenilnirg.Sentember;
Flemiih Beauty, September; Louise Ponnede
Jersey, October; Stephens' Genessee, Septem
ber; Seckie, do; Wilkinson, November; White
Doyenne, October. Price, 25 to 30 Cents,
each.
PEACHES.
Yellow Alberge, Gross Mignonne, Royal
GeorRe, Craw ford's early Melocoton, early red
Mureiire, Vandmark Cling.very large, Ward's
Late F'tee, Late white Cling, Purple -Alberge,
Old ack, Morris white, free, Burre rineap
pie Clint;. Monisania Pound, Early Tillotson
Craw ford's Late ileloioton,Cable's late Cling,
Yellow Rureripe.early Anne, Bateham's Gross
jiyignonne, Pcwther's Cling, very fine, Heath
Cling; very supeiior. Cables La le Aelocoton.
Early York, Jaqucs' Rureripe, Teton de Ven
us. Pricej lUcts. single ll per 1UU.
CHERRIES.
White Bicarreau, Elton.ilay Duke, Bigar-
reau or Graflion, Belle yludigeoise, Belle de
Clioieey, Ked liigarreau. Harper s liigarreau,
American Amhit, Black Tartarean. Price,
25 cts. each.
EKCILUCUS CENAMENTAi TREES,
Chinese lilanthus, Cata I pa, Cypress, Euro
psan Larch, American Larch, Silver leaf ilia -pie,
Rose Acacia. Colluted, Weeping Willow,
Labarnum, lulip tree.
EVERGREEN'ORNAMENTAL TREES
Balsam Fir, Norway Spruce, Chinese Ar-
borvite, American do; Scotch Broom, Dwarf
Box, Austrian Pine, Hemlock spruce,, Scotch
Pine, Loreican l ine, Ked Cedar,
CCT1 have a few choice Plum trees, Quince
Bushes, Isabella and Cataw aba Grape Vines,
Current end Gooseberry Bushes, Strawberry
l lants, i ig trees, llydraceus, Dutch Aspara
gus, Jc; also, twenty varieties of Noisettee,
Chinese, Tea, Burbon, Scotch and Climbing
Kotes.
E. S. GRIGGS.
January 20, 1855. tf.
Hooks! Hooks!!
McGufley's Series complete.
ruiMEHS. Small and large picto-
SpELi.ERf. McGufley's and Elementry.
Readf.rs. McGuIIey's 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 1th,
and Old.
Heman's Young Ladiea Readers,
Pinneo's Primary Grammar.
Pimieo's Analytical Grammar.
Ohio Teacher, a new work, expressly for
leachers.
Ray's Arithmetics; Parts 1st. 2n:l, and 3rd
Ray's Algebra; Parts 1st, and 2nd. .
Miichel's Primary Geography.
Mitchel's Geography and Alias; latest rdi
tion.
Webster's School Dictionary (unabridged).
Copy Books, Quills, Steel Pens and Cases;
together w ith all kinds of Stationary, for use
( schools, lor sale ai
E. A. BRATTON'S.
April 2, 1855.
Steam CaLincl Factory.
J. II. AY AIT,
Corner or Jepfersoit and Second Streets,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
f A LI.S the attention of the citizens of
V Vinton and adjoining couulies to his su
nArtnrhfftf-k nf
CAII1XETES332W are,
which he offers at w holesale or retail on reas
onable terms. Give him a call.
Orders attended to promptly.
March 24,1854. ly
JOHN D. HQVEY.
ATTORNEY & COLASELOR AT AW,
ALB1ST. T BESS COLYTJ, OHIO.
February 23, 1655. 4m.
mm
IF 10U CALL you WILL BIT.
JOHN S, HAWK.
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO.
Dialer in all kinds of
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. HARD
WARE. QUEENSWARE, HATS,
CAPS, BONNETS, BOOTS f
SHOES. READY-MADE
CLOTHING, IRON &
NAILS, &c. Also"
Agent for
LOUDON & Go's. POPULAR FAMILY
MEDICINES,
IS just receiving from Cincinnati, one of the
Largest a.id best selected slocks of Nw.
Fashionable and
CHEAP GOODS
Ever brought to McAnhur, expressly for the
Winter trade, which hr is determined to sell
on the most reasonable terms.
Just rati and seei my New Goods before
purchasing elsewhere.
Bring along your Produce, for in the way
of Barter he w ill give you as good bargains as
though you brought the Lash,
JNovenitjer 17, IbOl. 1st, c. ly.
W. M. Starr.
-G. D. Tewkbbury
WESLEY STARR & 6CN8.
CF.NLKAL COMMISSION MERUIATS.r
Forth. Bala ofWcat.rn Prodnoa
LEAF TOBACCO FLOUR, PROVISIONS, o.
Nos. 85 & 87 S. CHARLES STREET.
Between Pratt and Camden streets. near tht
Tobacco Insiection Warehouses,
BALTIMORE.
Liberal tidvances made on consignments.
N. B. We have recently removed to our
new and extensive Warehouses, upon South
Charles Street, where we have the advantage
ul a Rail Road track of our own, (connecting
our House w ith the B. & 0. Railway,) and
are thus enabled to receive all our consign
ment when sent in carloads, free of Dray-
age. We have, also, evey lacilityfor the re
ceipt and sale of Tobacco, Flour, Provisions,
and Western Pioduce, generally.
We send a correct statement of the Markets
monthly, to our friends, or ofteiier if desired
June'1054 lyr.
G.VY.ANDERSOH,
F0RWARDI30 AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
CENTER WHEELING WHARVES'
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Has larce and extensive Ware Houses, an
is prepared with every facility, to attend t
all business, entrusted to his care, properly
He forwards f reiuht bv Car loads or otherwise
September 2.1BDJ. ly
ii. ii. joiioon,
(SUCCESSOR TO JOSEPH JONES,)
DEAXEH IN
Medical, Tlieologieal, Blank and Miscella
neous Books, Stationery and Wall I'upcr,
PAINT STREET,
CIIILLICOTHE, OHIO.
Books received from the Eastern Mar
ket at their earliest publication, or ordered
when desired.
C. S.&J. W. SMITH,
Successors or Davis Smith &c Co.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
fViERCli FITS
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J
Dealers in Traduce and Manufacturers
of Star Mill Flour.
Consignments of Goods and Prndurp. to
Forward or Sell, solicited.
Nov. 4, 1853. ly
IRON. NAILS AND STEEL.
100,000lSo,S.,"J,ta-
,1000 Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
500 Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nails,
3000 Lbs. square, round and octagon
Steel. Just received at the trilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July 29,11853.
El. LLOYD & CO.
Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS ILEA THEE
FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH. 0
January 20, 1654. ly
DENNING, CAMPBELL. Co.,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia
Hardware, Saddlery, Iron, Glass,
Ac, Ac.
Ty7"0ULD respectfully informtheir friends
f r and the public that they have at lengS.
got into their splendid new room, and lave
fitted it up expressly for the Hardware trade.fin
the burnt district) under the sign of the GILT
ANVIL, East side of Paint, between Water
and zd sts, wheie they are opening, in addi
tion to part of their former stock, a large and
desirable stock of American, German and
English Hardware, Saddlery, Iron and Glass,
together with all articles usually kept in Hard
ware stores, and invite all to call and take
look at their new room and examine their
stock.
They have continued a stock of Goods at
their OLD STAND, sign of the Mill Saw, on
Tagert's square, (under the immediate care of
one of the firm) w here they have been so ib
erally patronized the past year, for which theX
take this opportunity of returning their sin
cere thanks, and solicit a continuance of the
same for both establishments, promising to
keep as good Goods and sell as low as any in
this market.
May 10, 1853. n491r
Always Thronged!
J. F. TOWELL & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Drr Goods, Millinery Goods, Qucensware, China
and Carpets,
PORTSMOUTH. OHIO.
IT E have just opened our first Spring
H Stock of the above goods and are now
exhibiting one of the finest assortments ever
opened in this place.
To accommodate our increasing trade, we
have converted our second floor into two
handsome sale-rooms, one lor the Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattings and Window Shades, and
the other for Bonnets and all kinds of Milli
ners' Trimmings at wholesale and retail. In
this department we shall hereafter manufac
ture or trim Bonnets in the most fashionable
styles. Milliners and others are invited
examine our superior stock of Bonnets, Rib
bons &c, before purchasing elsewhere.
We shall continue as heretofore to supply
Housekeepers, Hotels and Steamboats with
everv thine in the fumishiue Drv (inula line.
Table ware and Carpets at the very lowest
price. j.i. iuh jLjjj ot uu.
No. 4 Enterprise Building.
April 7, 1854. ly
LOOK 11 R
JOHN SWEPSTON SAMUEL SWEPSTON.
T & S. SWEPSTON have 0)ned a fine
J stock" el uoods at I'KAilSVlLLtt, O,
Call and see for yourselves.
'ft,16M.r-Tno,
a
BOOK 6EI.LCIt.STAIOXEIt.AKD
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER,
No 4 Back.ya Elock, Front St., Fortimonih, hlo
Has on hand a complete assortment of
MISCELLANEOUS. LAW, MEDICAL,
COMMON SCHOOL AND CLASSSICAL
T0OETHES with a fill STOCK OP
Staple and Fancy Stationery,
I am confident that it would be for the in
te rests of dealeis in this vicinity, to make
iheir purchases of me, instead of coins: or
sending East. The difference of time, the
cost of transportation, with the advantage of
frequent orders lor small quantities, make it
more economical as well as more expeditious
to purchase in this market.
1 invite buyers to examine my stock, and
com rtaie my prices with those of Booksellers
ill uiiiciiiuaii, ur ciscwiiere.
School and Classical Books,
All Ihe kinds in use, at the lowest rates.
A Complete Assortment of Lav and
Medical Hooks ; Miscellaneous Books ;
All the New and Standard Publications,
I have also, in connection with my Book
Store, an extensive Bindery, w here Blank
Books of any size and Pattern of superior
quality, suitable for County Offices, Bunks,
Furnaces, Insuarance Companies, &c are
made to order.
Staple and Fancy Stationery of all kinds.
WALL PAPERS. CURTAIN PA
PERS. AND BORDERING.
I offer the largest and best slock ever bro't
to our city, and will sell them eihter at Whole
sale or Retail, at as low rates as any house
Westol the Mountains. 1 have all kinds,
from the richest Gilt to the commonest kind
manufactured. I purchase them directly from
the manufacturers, and can sell them very low
to the country trade.
It will allord me 'pleasure" to show mv
goods, and 1 snail spare no eltorts to render
entire satisfaction.
Booksellers, country dealers and private li
braries supplied at the very lowest rates, in
larue or small Quantities.
f shall be happy to receive orders, assuring
those who send, that they will be filled
promply. Particular attention paid to orders
hy Mail, or otherwise, lor quantities, or sin
gle volumes.
Portsmouth, April 28, 1854.
CINCINNATI,
MAYSVILLE, & PORTSMOUTH,
REGULAR PACKET.
The new and splendid swift running steamer
BUSTONA!
Capt. WM. McCLAIN:
Will leave Cincinnati
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays,
uu a, m. precisely
Will leave Portsmouth
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays
at the same hour touching at ail way points,
THE Bostona was built expressly for this
trade, anu me people may rely upon the
fact that she will remain theie. Neither,' pains
norexpencd nave Deen spared, to nt up a first
class packe.t with an eye to speed, safety, and
comfort; all requirements of the new law be
ing complied with; aw,it is confidently hoped
that the public will appreciate and encourage
theenterprtse. The Proprietors of this Boat.
at all seasons ol the year, will have a boat in
the trade, so that no lncoiivieniencft wdl here
alter be given to travellers. Sept. 8,'54 6in
BIGGS HOUSE,
PORTSMOUTH, OlIIO.
THE subscriber having leased the above
House, (formerly the United States Ho
tel.) and having made a complete renovation
pnbre-furnished the house with new Furniture
throughout, respectively invites the traveling
public to give him a call.
HIS TABLE
Will always contain the best -that the market
affords, and no means will be spared to make
all comfortable. JOHN ROW.
Oct. 10th, 1654 .
JAMES PURSELL,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEALER IN
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
QUEENSWARE, ' CHINA' AND GLASS.
Decern tier, December,
1831. 1951.
NEW GOODS!
HAVING made very late purchases, at ex
tremely low prices; 1 hai e the cheapest,
and probably the best stock of
DRY GOODS & QUEENSWARE
In the West; to which 1 invite the attention
of cash and responsible buyers.
JAMES PURSELL.
Portsmouth, 0.. Dec. 22, 1851.
ISHAEV3 HOUSE.
SMITH k SONS,
JACKSON C. II.. OHIO.
Sept. 23, 1853. ly
D. N, MURRAY, P. H. HURRAY, JAS. m'kKAn
Trn Tt i -'tiiHTiiiiiiiiiiliii in, in id ii
0
Impojter8 of, and Dealers in.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
SIGN OF THE FRONT ST.
PORTSMOUTH. OHIO.
WE will duplicate bills with any regular
juuuiug nuuse in me west, uour.try mer
chants, farnace proprietors, railroad contrac
tors, and others, willsubserve their interests by
giving us. a caiL -May
19,54. ly. '
S. (!. HOLMES & CO.
(Successors to Smith and Hoi uies.)
MANUFACTURERS OF
Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper Wares,
ALSO DEALEES, WHOLESALE RETAIL, IN
Stoves, Grates. & Hollow Wart,
MARKET STREET, EaoT SIDE.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
Sept. 8 1551.-ljr.
JOHN J. ELLIOTT,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER
One door East of D. D. T. Hard's Store,
11AM DEN, OHIO,
RESPECTIVELY announces to therfll
citizens of HAMDEN, and vicin
ity that he has permanently located at Harn-
den, and has commenced the manufacturing
F f . . CI W 1 ,
oi Duvisouu ouuee, ui.-iit, uvuirua, anu
Childrens', of "very variety. All work war
ranted, and made at the shortest notice.
Prices to suit the times. Repair done with
neatness and dispatch.
December, 22, 185-t. 3mo.
iiv -v. m
7 . TV'Th M !.
Proclamation.
P UL VERM A CHER1 S
Hydro-Electric Toltalc Chains!
ANEW and NOVEL mode of applying a
powerlul remedial agent, so constructed
as to be worn under the garments, next to the
skin, producing a constant uninterrupted cur
rent of Electro-Magnetism, efferting
IMED1ATE RELIEF
from th 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 Final Permanent Cure
by being used according to direction, to the
following diseases:
Rheumatism, Uterine Pains,
Gout, Sciatica, Palpitation of Heart
Paralysis, Periodical Headache
Painful ft swelled joints, St. Vitus' Dance
Neuralgia of the Face, General Debilety,
Disease of the Spine, Pains of the Chest,
iDeafnessJi 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
me munis mm lew nuurs eacu uaj.
Ise it understood that it is not claimed
that it cures all diseases, but only those for
which it is recommended , and moreover, we
boldly claim and defy, that no medical agent
ol any Kind nas preiormed so many cures dur
ing the lust year, ol those diseases just nam
ed as
Pulvermacher's Electric Chaik.
And to prove this assertion we, defy any per
son to produce so many well authenticated ter-
tiflcates o I Scientific 1'hysicans and intelli
gent patients as may be found in a pamphlet
ot Jt pages, to De had gratis ot the agent in this
lown.
The Electric Chains were first Introduced in
France in 1850, and after being subjected to
the most Ihorouoh and Kioid Ihial, by the
first meijicul men in Paris, they were lo'ind
to possess'stronc and marvellous powers in
relevine pain, wherever applied, anu by thv-.ir
influence were idtroduced into the hospitals of
tnat city .and airo.seeured Dy letters patent by
the French Government.
They are now introduced io almost every
Hospital in England, Germany, Austria,
Belgium, and patented in those countries,
where they have bcome the
Most Foruj.AR Curative Agent in the
W ORLD!
They were first introduced in the United
btates about one year since, and went througl
with the same trial as in Europe, and were at
once introduced into every Hospital in New
York, where they are now iu daily use,
effecting even more wonderful cures than had
ever before been awarded them. They are
highly recommended rrofs. Valentine Mott
Van lsuren, l ost, and others, who have pub
Hahed their views of their power and value in
several of the medical journals inthatcity,
and areaiso in tne daily practice ot recom
mending their use to patients. A full ac
count of their opinion may also be found
in every pamphlet, and sent to ths ad
dress of any person in the State, applying
(post paid) to the agents. The Chains
can be sent by mail, with full description
for use.
OCT Price of Chains, &3 and 65.
Physicians are politely invited to call
and examine their construction, and pro
nounce upon meir merit.
One word more to Invalids.
No person need fear that thev will not
accomplish just what . it is claimed they
can ao, ana an persons who have become
disgusted with a constant pouring down of
patent nostrums (bottled swill) are kindly
and politely invited to give them a trial.
C-ard to Ladies. Ladies who arc en-
ciente, are requested not to-wear them for
a great length of time, for by 0 doing.
! : t i
miscarriage is irequeciiy prouueed-
iN. 13. Uue Chain will lust for years and
lose none of its electric powrj by use, can be
applied to either adut or . Iiihb For sale
in all the principlcities ne the U. S;
J. bTEiiiERT, Ueu lea Agent. N. Y.
All communications (Post paid) addressed
to S. S. DEMUTIl, McArthur Ohio, Agent
for Vinton and adjoining Counties, will ie-
ceive prompt attention.
June 3'J, IBM. ly
A Public Imitation.
II1CR0CK k Kro.,
ri AVING just opened a Wholesale and
LA Retail HAT VI'OIIE in Portsmouth.
on Front Street, between Market and Jefler
son, they invite All to call and examine theii
stock of
glials and fops, Straw Goods, Trunks
g Valises, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Purchasers can at all times find at. our es
tablishment a full and complete 83sortmen
of the richest and most desirable styles,-
well as the most common fabrics. Our long
experience in the business, and knowledge
r . ! .L r
uianuiaciuriug, wiin me laciuiies tor purcna
sing, are such that we are confident we can
sell lower than any other House in the West.
fUKb ot all kinds wanted, for which the
highest plices will be paid.
Portsmouth, November 4. 1853. ly
JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE.
HH. JOHNSON, (successor to Joseph
. Jones) keep constantly on hand
large stock of
BOOKS, STATIONERY, WALL
PAPER 4c,
Which he will sell at Eastern Prices, It
his design to afford Country Merchants, and
pin chasers generally, such facilities for sup
plying themselves w ith every article in his
line, as they have' not heretofore enjoyed.
Additions are now being made to his stock,
which will make one of tue Largest ant '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 Plain
White, and Governmeut.
WALL PAPER -A heavy and well selected
stock, at prices ranging from 8 cents.
- to $1,50 per bolt. Also, Borders
the greatest variety, and Window
Blinds.
BLN K BOOKS Ledgers, Journals,
Eooks, and Time Books, all of every
style.
PERIODICALS Those issued Monthly, and
' others.
MAPS Large Maps of both Hemispheres and
of the United States; Smalt Maps
each of the Western States, and
Mexico.
FANCY ARTICLES of diflf rent kinds.
ALSO Slates. Copy Books, Copper Plate,
Pencils, Gold and Steel Pens, Ink
all kinds, Inkstands, Wafers, &c., &c.
All of which wiii be sold low, at Wholesale'
and Retail at -Johnson's Book Store,
Jones' old stand, Paint St., Cbillicothe, Ohio.
December 1853. ly.
At Prattsvillb, wish' to purchase Hides
which the highest Market price will be given.
January 5,1855. If.
STRAW CUTTERS.
20
YANKEE Straw Cutters, from 7
$12 ; received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & C.
July 29, 1863.
at
of
a
is
of
CHERRY PECTORAL,
Fqr tha rapid Cora of
COrGIIS, COLDS, nOARSEESS,
BRoxcniTis,wnoopLG-corGU,
CRorr, ASTinii, axd
COXSUMPTIOS.
WE invite the attention of tlx Public to
the Certificates appended below, and -
besnak for them that candid consideration
w hich their honest frankness deserves.
Men in such stations as many who volun
tarily bear witness to the efficacy and value of
Cherby Pectoral, do not wantonly trifle
witn, or oisiori iucis, nor overstate weir con
victions. Judge then, whether this is not tha
medicine to trust when you roust have relief
for the throat or lungs; judge too, whethtr ev
ery family ought not to have it by them as a
safeguard against the everywhere prevailing
enemy, w hich steals with fatal frequency up
on almost every hock anu carries oil the lamu
from many a home?
Jackson C. II., Jackson City, 0 ,20th Nov., 1352.
Dr. J. C. Ayer,
Sir Tbe Cherry Pectoral is much inqui
led after. Several of otir best Physicians
have used it, three of them in their own case
and always with the happiest effects. Tha
numerous patent medicines always be for
them, lead to incredulity in regard to every
new remedy; and it is only after undoubted
evidence of value in any article, that anything -like
a general confidence can be excited.
The unrivalled excellence of this combina
tion of agents, (in the Chrry Pectoral) proved
beyond cavil by repeated trial under their own
observation, has compelled medical men to
proclaim abroad its usefulness. It is beyond
all doubt the best general remedy we have fo r
the Pulmonary Afleciionsof this climate, at
the same time sedative and expectorant a
rare combination of properties.
In hope that it will prove its own reward,
I subscribe myself.
Respectfully your obt. servt.,
JAS. 11. C. M1LLEJ.M. D.
Allegan. Mich., 10th Jan., 1853.
Dear Sir No one, no not one man, wom
an, or child can be found to deny that tha
Cherry Pectoral is all ihal it claims to be
There is much used in this vicinity although
not known until recently. The community
should know its virtues. ,
Yours truly,
John R. Kellooo, M. D.
Let gentlemen of the Legal Profension mark
this cute.
Williamsbuig, L.I., Sept. 3, 1852.
Dr. J. C. Aver,
Dear Sir Over application for the pa3t
three years to my ilutiesasanadvocatobiouKlit
on some eight months ago a severe irritation
of the bronchial lubes, which was a constant
annoyance to me, and fast becoming a sourct
of great apprehension. Every remedy tried,
failed to even relieve me.till I used your Cher
ry Pectoral. This has not ouly relieved me,
but as I trust. wholly cured me. 1 rare noth
ing for the reputation of advocoting Patent
Medicines. and this is at your service. I shall
reccoinmend it lo members oi the bar, and
others whom 1 may meet, .laboring under
similar indispositions.
lours truly,
R. F. Jones.
South Paris, Me., Aug. 18, 1850.
I have no hesitation in saying.thal I regurd
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral as decidedly the best
remedy w ithin my knowledge lor the cure of
chronic bronchitis, Coughs, and all diseases ol
the lungs. M. A. Rust, M. D.
Montgomery, Ala., October 4, 1819.
Dr. J. C. Aver, Sir: 1 hare used youi ad
mirable compound extensively in my practice,
and find it to surpass, by fur, any oll.r reme
dy we have for curing diseases upon the lungs.
Y'our obedient servt., R. B. Jones, M.D.
What yet remains to convince the most in
credulous that the Cherry Pectoral is all that
it purports lo be, viz: an unequalled lemediul
rfgeul for all diseases of the throat and lungs.
I he experience of years, has proven it to ba
such, and e submit it to the people, believ
ing that its virtues will fully maintain its
ie nutation.
Prepared by J, C AYER, Chemist, Lowell,
Massachusetts.
03T Beware of worthless preparations
attempted to be palmed off uudet a similar
name.
Sold Br
F, ECKSTEIN, jr., Cincinnati; G, B. WILL,
McArthur. and by dealers in Medicine every
vhere. Jan. 26 '55 lino.
CL1AE k GARDNER,
DRUGGISTS,
WILKESVILLE, UHl'o,
KEEP constantly on hand the folowiug
genuine and popular family medicines.
PILLS. Sellers Liver Pills, McLaine'a
Liver Pills, Aver's Pills.
COUGH R'EMEDIES.-Seller's Imperial
Cough Syrup, Ayer's Clierry Pectoral, Seller's
Hivi Svrup, Seller's Syrup of Squills.
WORM MEDICINES, Seller s Vermifuge.
McLaine'a Vermifuge.
LINIMENTS. H. G. Farrel's Indian Lin
iment. Gardner's Volatile Liniment. Radway'a
Ready Relief, Pain Curer, Liquid Opidildoc.
HAIR TONICS. Lyon's Kathairou.G, 8.
Gaylords.
Also: A large and well selected stocK or
Drugs, Medicines. Oils, Paints and Dye-stuffs;
all for sale at the lowest prices.
Oct. 27th, 1854. ly.
Fresh Groceries.
RIO COFFEE, best quality.
NKW SUGAR, a good article.
NEW MOLASSES, best quality.
NO. 1 RICE; TEAS, SPICES,
And other Groceries, just received and for
sale at the lowest chash prices, at
March 30, '55.-6m. E. A. BRATTON. ,
Notice to Watch Owners.
of
of
MR. A. ST" AHLBERG left with the un
dersigned all Watches left with him
for repairs, hen he left McArthur on the 26th
inst. The owners are requested to call at S.
S. Demuth f- Cos., pay for tbe work done, and
get their Watches. A. CAMPBELL.
March 30. '55. 3w.
of
OX YOKES,
t O YANKEE Ox Yokesjatthe Gik.Anv
1 0 DENNING, GAMPJ3KLL& CO.
Ju.y29 1853.
Scioto and H. V. Railroad.
to
On, and after Tuesday, August 1th, 1854
Trains will. run as follow s to-w it:
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 at 7) o'clock A.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A.
M. Returning leave Portsmouth at 2 J P. M.
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
J. W. WEBB, Snperintendtnt.
May,'4. tf. lc 2 51.

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