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MARKETS.
McArthur, April 26.
Apples, D.,
Buttei pi lb..
Smoked Hums,.
" Shoulders,
" Sides,.
Brooine,
Beans, W.
ColTee,
Candles,
Cheese,
Cloverseed
2,00ilron,
151
10
9
9
30 1
2,00
15
20
15
GOG
t-orn
50
Eggs pel doz 8
Flour nf-i hurt
4,50
Flour .per bbl
Flax Seed...
Feathers,....
Fish, White,.
" Mackerel,'
Bides
9,00
....75
....40
8
ccl0
5u9
Leather, 18u31
Lard per lb. 8
Molasses pr eal. 60
Nails. 3d to lOd. Sali
Oats. 4(1
roiatoes. Irish. 125
Peecnes. D.. 2.21
Porkprcwt.... 4.01
Suwr N. O.. fc
' Loaf. 12,
' Crushed,- 10nl2
Salt, per bbl 3.50
" Table, nr Sack. .25
Soap per lb 3u5
Teas. Y. II. 70
" Imperial 8100
T-N. ... IO
lO UW.' ...... 1
Wheat per bu. 1,50
4IWoolperlb....25a40
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, April 27, 1855.
Apples, Dried. 121-
Brooms pr doz $2c30u
Bacon Hams per lb. 10
Shoulder ' C
" Sides " fi
Beans, W. per bn. 1,75
Candles, mould-. 15
" Star 24
Cotton Yarns-. 16J
Cheese, W. R.lb.lOoll
ColTee, Rio-. 12alV!
Cloverseed.. 7.00
Hour pi bbl... .$7,75
Feathers pr lb.- . 4C
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,00
Fish, Cod pr lb.
" Mackerel 812u2 1
Lard pr lb.
Molasses, N. O. gal. 35
a. H. " 4U
" G.S. " 5U
Nails. 10to6d 4f
Sugar N. 0..." 5iub
" Loaf W
" Crushed- 10
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 55
Teas, loose in packs
" Y. 11., lb. 40al0
" Imper'l,. 75
" Gunn'wdet 65
Tobacco M&K. cav.25
" Ya. cav... 20o45
Oil, Lard iireul... 60
Oil. Linseed " 90
Outspr, bu.
:.o
Peaches.Dned.. .
2,00
125
Potatoes, Irish..
Slerattispr lb.
5u5J
11
5,50
"allow pt lb.-
Tar pr bid.
Timothy teed, S3a3'J5
Wheat pr hu..... 1,25
Whiskey, Common 30
JMon tiula. 50
P. ye, .... CO
Cincinnati Market.
Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, April 24--P. M.
Flour firm at 9 5Cu9 CO, light re
ceipts. Whisky sdvanicd to 31. Corn
60u5 and firm. OJt. 50u55.
New York Cattle Market.
KEPORT OF BEEVES, MILCH COWS.
SHEEP and LAM DS and SWINE, re
ceived in New York at the several
market places of Lite Stock, with the
uirient selling (.rices euch week.
WEDNESDAY, April 11.
Prices or the Week Beeves are
sold at so much a pound, generally by
estimated weights, fur the meal iu the
.quarters.
FtnsT Quality, of good fair market
Beef, II lane
Second-rate, llalljc.
Ordinary, lOalUJc.
Some very extia good, I2jal3.
Milk Cows The price ol cows tie
rends as much on luncy as the price ol
horses.
Ordinary cows 628 to 830; good fair
cows 635 to 40; extra qiialilt ,v ith calf,
645 to 660.
Sheep and Lambs Com. sheep, 85,50
to 83,00; extra sheep 810 lo 812; lambs
85 la 87.
Swmt Ohio corn-fed hogs. small size,
for market retailing, 5J lo 6tts., lite
eight; still-led beg, 5J to (Jets.; hogs
for packing, 6J lo &Je., live weight,
Urge hogs, turn fed, ilrad weight, 6J to
7c, for the ery best.
Receipts of the Week.
Beeves
Sheep and Lambs
Swine
Milch Cows
Tola! number of animals
Total the pievious week
4,311
li.v; Iti
4Ufcl
3u7
15.551
1 1.4-JO
Btcf Cuttle.
Number of Beeves at Allertou'a to
day, 2 303. These are reported In.in the
1'illowiiiK Slates:
New York 352 I Illinois -. . .
Pennsylvania Kpiitii'.kv.-
297
150
isa
Ohio, 1,200 I Virginia....
Intliuna 201 Connecticut
New Jersey,
1855, Mtt SNMIi MiODS, 1855.
JAMES PURSELL,
EXCLUSIVELY. VIICUS.UE PIALEB !
FANCY f STAPLE DRY-UOODS,
QUEENS WARE, CHINA ANDf-
GLASS. Q
Front Slrtrt, PGRTSMTIT, Ohio.
NEW "GOODS.
1HAVE just received and am now opening
the largest and most desirable slock ol
Goods ever exhibited in this market.
Having made arrungemems lo; a large trade
I shall oiler unusuul inducements to cash
buyers, responsible parties Icr negotiable pa
per, or for Pig Iron in lots of 50 tons or up
ward. The attention of Merchants and Furnace
Owners is respectfully invited.
' J AS. PL'RSELL.
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, lf-54.
ELECTION NOTICE.
Scioto & Hocking Valley Railroad
Company.
piXi&g fivisl Cvs?P3
M HE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE SCIO
JL TO and Hockine Vallev Railroad Corn
pany, are hereby notified to meet at the ofiice
of tne U)mpany in trie city ol Portsmouth,
on Wednesday the 9th day of Mar next for
the purpose of electing nine Directors for the
ensuing year, and also lor the tranaciion of
anr business that may be presented,
Apr.13,'55. 4w. C. A. M. DAMARIN.
TIME TABLE!
OF THE
Mariella & Cincinnati R.R.
I
riHYUlJuily Trains U-iwren tlmluotlit
X and Cincinnati Jjeavcs Chillicotheat
6 o'clock a. m., aud reach Cincinnati at 11
o clock, a. m. Leaves Chillicothe at 11 1 o -
clock, a. m., and reaches Cincinnati at 5 : 40
.P.M.
Returning, leaves Cincinnati at 9 o'clock
a.m., and reach Chillkoiheat 3 :25 P. M.
Leaves Cincinnati at 3:20 P.M. and reach
Chillicotheat 8:2: P. M.
JOHN WADDLE,
April 6, 1855. tf. Superintendent.
CAMILY FLOUR, JUST RECEIVED
X a lot ol b rest) t lour, from Hollasd's
Mill, Ross CO., O., and lor sale at tne lowest
figure at BRAXTON'S.
Blue Corker Erect!
E. . BRATTON.
w
ILL keep constantly on hand a large.
well selected, aim seasonable stock o!
DRY GOODS!
Such as Cloths, Casiimerta, Veatinga, Suti
ntua. mermoa. Ainacaa. iir n,i r .-n.
merea. Luwna, Ginghama, Culicora. Laces,
urocaaca, iyc, oc, r cnoice Belecllon Ol
Queen swart,
Glassware, iirilorifa-ieare.'ftc.
llARDWABE.-$fi, Axes, Hatihets,
Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives. Rasps.
Files, Aiders in slion,eeryiliing in this line.
BO Oh S, School Books, Song Books,
Misielaneous Books of all kinds; Prints.
uuius, raperanu stationery or every variety
HATS AXD CAPS!
The finest Silk and Fur Hats and Csp;
also, Cashmere, Wool and Cotton Hats and
Caps, (menVand boys',) at prices t suit cus
tomers. BOOTS and SHOES, Mens' and Boys,
Womens' and Childiens, of every possible
quaiiiyawi price.
FRESH GROCERIES!
Rio Coflre. Lohf KnuHr. New Supnr. Hii-c
Imperial. Ydiii.p Mvsnn. nnrl film k Te hfsl
quality; New Molasses, Pepper, Spice, Gin
ger, oaieraius, cccari ol tlie oest luiruiy uro
ceries. E. A. BRATTON.
april 6. tf.
Spring Trade for 18o!.
I wish to nnnounce to the customers of
x a. h. lmuih & Co., and the public, that
1 have bought Mr. Dennith's interest in said
Finn, and that the same business at the
Blue Comer will "push along and keep mov-
inff" ivilb lhf lin-iAB I rili lit muU Imfu
a Spring purchase as prudence w ill permit
uicse iimt-s, ami in orucr to no so must have
uoney; 1 don't want 10 per renl. Judgment
notes, nor anything of ihe kind; I neither
give nor take these noles from our friends.
1 hope those who will see this notice.will raise
we a part if not all of their indebtedness in
the next three weeks, during which time, 1
will tell flllt fit POQt unci Intvn tiiusi utur
Gootls w eje bought in this nluce. for cash,
ftr.rll tf V A tJDAT'ITiV
Fine Farm lor Sale.
in authorized to sell a good
Farm of DC acres. Ivinuim
media itlr uest of PniiiKvilli"
2.5 acies cleared, u cabin ht-iife. stab e, good
orchard, and an excellent well of water; ihe
land lies well lor tilling and is well nalered.
being in a good neiglilmrhood.and onlv about
three miles from the Marrielta & Cin." R. R.
For Teims and nrice tall on mi ai Mr-.
Arthur. E. A. Biiattov.
April 13ih. 1S55. tf.
ILANK. DEEDS, BLANK. MORTGAGES
xj una all lilanhs required under the Ji(s
ticca' Code, for Justice of the Peace, ore. con.
ttuiitlu kevt on hand and for milt, at thin Of.
STRAW CUTTERS.
20
YANKEE Straw Cutters, from $7 to
ir2 ; received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July 29. Ifc53.
John RobbiusT 1 is Viniuu couwty Com.
vs. 1 Pleis, March Term,
Margaret Var. 1S55.
ner anil others. J Partition.
flARGARET VARNER, Margaret
ai Lmie. intermarried vti:h II irrai e
Lune, Levi A. Parish, Isaac Parish, Jeini
ma Trump, intermarried wilh Jacob
Trump, Cynthia Augenbaugh, intermar
rlea with ' Augenbaugh, Anna
House, intermarried with George House,
and Sl pheu Parish, whose places of res
ident aie unknown, and Sumh Vmer
of Muskiiiuui county, Ohio, will take
nonce lli.U a petition was hied against
I lie in on the 23d day of August, A. D.,
1S54. in i lie Court of Common Pleas ol
said Vinton county, Ohio, by John Rob.
u i n 3. and is now perilling, wherein said
John Rubbins demands partition of the
following Rral Estate, situated in said
Viiiion county, to -, it: The north east
quarter end east quarter, of the
iiorlh-vvest quarter of Section 26, Tow n
ship eleven, Range seventeen, excepting
seventeen acres on the north side of sain
north east Quarter, a id exceoline. also.
one sixieen'h of an acre of said laud,
used as a bulling ground for Samuel Var-
tier, deceased, and Ins family, contain
iug one hundred and eighty-three acres,
moie or less. And that at the next term
of said Court application will be made
Dy Said John Kubbins lor an order tbat
partition be made ol said premises.
JOHN RODBINS.
By LEVI DUNGAN.
Apr. 20. 1S55 Cw. his Attorney.
IlieMutcof Uliio, Vinton County.
Johu Winters, Plaiu-")
tiff, 1
against Civil Action.
Lucindi Miller, and I
others, Defendants. J
THE unknown heirs of James Miller,
deceased, are hereby notified that
the said John Winters, on the first day
of February. 1855, filed his petition
against them and others, in the Court ol
Common Pleas of said county of Vinton;
the object and prayer of which, is to
correct a mistake in the description ol
the following premises, towit: The south
west quarter ol Section thirty(30),Town
ship eleven (II), Range seventeen (17),
in said county of Vinton, in a deed exe
cuted by said James Miller, deceased,
and wife, Lucinda Miller, to said Vhn
Winters, on the 16th day ol August,
IU4J; said mistake consisting in the
substitution in the above description ol
the nortA-west quarter for the touth
west quarter of ssid Section, and the
said unknown bens of said James Mil
ler, deceased, are further notified thai
they are required to answer said peti
tion oa or before the 8th day of June,
A. V. lbOO.
E. F. BINGHAM,
April 13. '55. 6w. Att'y for PiYff.
liie Mute of Ohio, lintun luuuly.
"1 Court of
John Winters, Plaiutiff, (Com in on
against I P I e a a of
Lucinda Miller and others Vjnton co.
Defendants. I Ohio.
J Civil action.
THE said Lucinda Miller and the un
known heirs of James Miller, deceased,
are hereby notified thai depositions will
be taken br the plaintiff in the ahor
case at the office of the Probate Judge,
in the town of Jackson. Jackson count.
Ohio, on Saturday, the 5lb day of May,
IbOO; between tbe hours of 8 o'clock A.
M. and 9 o'clock P. M.. or said day.
E. F.BINGHAM,
aptI33w Atfjr for PIVff.
The State of Clilo, Fioloo County.
Alexander Vaadeiford)
and wife,
VS. I
Rebecca Dixon, ttal. J
TH E defendants, Rebecca Dixon,
daughter of Joseph Dixon, deceased,
Jane Dixon, William Dixon. Jacob Dix
on, Ruth Dixon, Joseph Dixon, Mar
Dixon, Margaret Dixon, Emily Ana Dix
on, minor heirs of Joseph Dixon, dee'd;
John w. u raves aud Aancy Grates, mi
nor heirs of William Graves, deceased,
Eleanor Graves, widow of William
Graves, deceased, and Rebecca Dixon,
widow of Joseph Dixon, deceased, all
of the county of Vinton and Sine of
Ohio, will take notice, that on the 24th
day of March, A. D , 1855, the said
Alexander VanHerford and Nancy Van
derford, filed their petition in the Court
of Common Pleas of Vinton countr.
aforesaid, where the same is now pend
ing, demanding partition of the follow
ing premises, situate in said county, to
wic The west half ol the north-east
quarter of Section fifteen : the north-
last qusrler of the nortb-west quarter
of Section fifteen; the south west quir
ter of the north-west quarter of Section
fifteen; the louth-easi quarter of the
ndrth-west quarter, of Section fifteen,
the east hall of the north-east quarter
of Section fifteen; the north east quar
ter of the north east quarter of Section
twenty-two; the south east quarter of
ihe south west quarter of Section ten;
tne north nest quarter of the south east
quarter of Section ten: tha north nt
quarter of the south west quarter of Sec
tion ten; tne nortn east quarter of the
south west quarter of Section ten, and
part of the south west quarter of the
south east quarter of Section ten. be
tinninn at a stone at ihe south ntm
corner of said quarter, thence running
nortn sixteen poles and tea feet to a
stone on the western line of said quar
ter; thence starting at the aforesaid
stone, corner of Slid ouarter. riiiininp
east twenty-one rods and four feet, to a
stone on the southern line of said quar
ler, thence on a straight line cross the
corner of said Quarter. lu the same stoue.
on the western line north ol the coruer
stone, sixteen poles and ten feet. All
of said tracts ol land lying and being
in Township nine (II), std Range nine
teen ('9,) ol said county, aud being in
all about four hundred snd einlitv lwo
acres and 47-100 of an acre, more or
less.
The said petitioners demand that par
titiou be made of id premises as fol
lows: to said petitioners, Eleanor
Graves, and the said minor heirs of Jo
seph Dixon, deceased, each one equal
lourteentn. lu tlie said minor heirs ol
William Graves, deceased, ruh three
nequal twenty. eighth purts; to Rebecca
jjixoii, w iuow oi Joseph uixon.tieceased,
dower in the whole, and to Eleanor
Graves dower in three equal undivided
fourteenth juris of said premise. And
said defendants are luriher notified that
at the next term of said Court an appli
cation will be made by the said peti
tioners lor an order that oarliliou may
be made, &c, ol said premises, aud h r
all oilier orders necessary and proper III
the case. E. F. BINGHAM,
Ail'y lor Deuiaiidents,
April 13, '55. 6w.
Court of tomnion 1'lias I'iutou County, (lliio.
John Lord, i'laintifl, ")
against I
Richi rd S. Van Wey V Civil Action.
Catharine. Van Wey, j
Deleudaiits, J
THE said defendants who reside in the
county of Panola and Stale of Tex
as, are hereby nut i lied that the plnintill,
John Lord, on the 12th day of April A.
D. 1855, filed his petition against them
in the Court, of Common Pleas, of said
county of Viulon, the object and prajer
of which is to compel the said defend
ants to convey to the plaintiff ell their
right, title aud claim, by virtue of the
heirship of the said Caihariue to the
estate o! Nathan Lord, deceased, in tbe
lollowing premises, situate iu the coun
ty of Vinton aud Stale of Ohio, aud
described as follows, to wit: Being a
part of the west part of the souih easi
quarter of Section twenty-eight', Town
ship eleven, of Bange seventeen, and
being all lie land contained in the west
pari of said quarter, section designated
aud marked as belonging to John Lord
upon a plat and survey made by Samuel
11. Pruden, lorme.rly Surveyor of Athens
county, Ohio, dated February 6ih, 1834,
except eighty acres theretofore convey
ed by Nathan Lord, deceased, lo Johu
Lord; containing fifty-two (52) seres,
more or less, or that in default of said
defendants xouvey ing their interest and
estate in said premises to the plaintif
by a short day to be uamed bj said Court,
then thai the Record in this cause ope
rate ascucli couvejaiice in the hands ol
'.tin plaintiff, his heirs aud assigns.' The
plaintiff demands a conveyance from
defendants as alortsaid, by virtue ol a
certain bond, executed by said Nathan
Lord in his lifetime, fur the conveyance
ol the aloresaid premises to the plain
tiff, lor a valuable consideration then
paid by the plaiutifl' to said Nathan
Lord, since deceased.
The delrudants are further notified
thai they are required to auswer to said
petition on or before the uih day of June,
1855. E. F. BINGHAM,
aprl3 6w Ati'y lor Pl't'ff.
ABRAHAM LlSTON S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Wilson Lis
ton, Administrator of the estate of
Abraham Lision, late of Vinton county, d
ceased, has filed, in the Fiobate Court of said
county, his accounts, and vouchers for in
spection and porlinf settlement, snd that
ihe tine will be passed upon by said Court
on ihe 28th of April, 1850.
B. P. HEWITT,
March SO, 1855. 3w. Probate Judge.
BLUE CORNER.
rIHE co partnership heretolore existing
J. between the subscribers, under the firm
ol S. S. Demulh Ac Co., was this day dissolved
by mutual consent; S. 8. Demulh having sold
his entire interest to E. A. Bratton, by whom
all claims will be settled and all debts collec
ted. S. S. DEMUTH,
April 1st, IS55. E, A. BRATTON.
PR OD VCE OF ALL KINDS, ia recelts
ed at the very highat market price, on Sub
scription or AdvertUtnuntt, at this office
Mtntf it not rtfvtti.
1855. NEW STOCK OF 1855.
YkNKEE NOTIONS!
LATE ARRIVAL!!
I have just received my Spring Stock
comprising a great varietv of FANCY
snd STAPLE NOTIONS. Deslersand
others are invited to tall before purch
asing elsewhere, ss they will find a com
plete assortment, and at prices (hat w ill
compare with any 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.
150 lb skein cotton.
12 lb sewing silk,
5 lb twist silk.
500 cross hooks snd ejei.
30 dozen razor strops.
300 dozen combs, all kinds.
50 reams cap, letter and note piper.
20,000 envelopes.
300 dozen tapes.
130 dozen soaps.
40,000 fish hooks.
85 gross fish lines.
20 gross lead pencils.
100,000 needles.
100 bundles wafer?.
40 dozen knives.
30 dozen scissors.
10 gross spoons.
20 gross jews harps.
3 gross French harps.
30 dozen slates.
3000 slate pencils.
30 gross thimbles.
100 dozen porte ir.onsies.
200 lb patent thread.
Cornelian charms and rings.
Jet bracelets.
Ladies' work boxes and re'iculeS.
Fine hair brushes and combs.
Gutta percha, puff and long combs.
S, S S and S S S fine combs.
Skirt ar.d dress whalebone.
Corset and shoe laces.
Stilettoes, elastics and sleeve bands.
Teeth and nail bribes.
Steel pens and holders.
Match safes.
Alabaster ornaments.
Linen 6c cotton, Doss at crochet cotton
Zephyr worsted and needles.
Gold finger snd ear rings.
Gold, plated-and common jewelry; and
other articles loo nuineruus lo particu
larize. CIGARS AXD TOBACCO!
Detlers and others purchasing Cigars
will find the largest Stock in the City,
varying from f5 lo (30 per M. As all
the flue cigars are manufactured on the
premises, purchasers of fine cigars may
depend upon getting the quality of ni
gar Ihey pay lor, as satisfaction is guar
anteed in all oases. Also on hand,
Cavendish and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipes, qc, at the Cheap Notion
Store next to the Valley Bank, Second
Street. , R. DAVISON.
Chillicothe. O., March 2, 1855,
Masonic Library.
If E call the attention of the Craft to
fjf the fact that we huve received a
quantity of Ihe following Works, aud
offer them for sale low:
THE LIGHT OF THE TEMPLE,
By Rer. Strickland, one of the most
eminent Divines in the West; bound in
good style.
THE CRAFTSMAN,
By C. Moo re; bound in Morocco, Pock
et Book form.
MELODIES FORTHECRAFT.
This Book should be kept in numbers
in erery Lodge, and every Mason should
have one. Call and see '.lie woiks.
E. A. BRVTTON.
Apil 6. tf. -
F A.l-LY MEDIGMES!
E. A. BRATTON.
MAIN S TREE T, McAIt THUlt, O.,
KEEP constantly on hand the following
Genuine and Popular Medicines:
PILLS.
Seller's Liver Ti 11?, Dr. Lee's Pills.
WORM MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Jone3 McL's do.
COUGH SYRUP.
Seller's Imp'l C. S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup.
L1NLMENTS.
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. B. Liniment
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Relief do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Kathairon, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Cologne.
Casloi Oil, Sweet Oil,
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicameiilum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial. Batestnan's Drops.
Sloan's Condition Powder; and Essences ol
all kind -All of the above Medicines we
rereived direct from the proprietors, snd war
ranted to be genuine.
April 6. 1855. If
MOM HOOKS!!
A 4L edition, bound in Mf-J j
llfuiP Miimrcn. with V rT fiBT
Oiui.iiiul plates; containing Venus and Adon
is, and other poems.
B roll's Lite and Writings, bound in good
Style, with numerous engravings.
History ol Ohio, with nlates, J-c.,by Howe.
Life and Writings of Mrs. Partington.
Young Man's Book of Knowledge.
Life of Christ, by Fletcher.
Robert Bruce, the Hero King; together w it.Ii
a general assortment of Books and Stationary
of all kinds; for sale at
E. A. BRATTON.
April 6, 1855. tf
STORE & DWELLING FOR SALE.
I WILL SELL the Store Room fc Jw-$V
Dwelling House, located in 'ft
Frallvllle, Vinton co., O.. and 7J
now occupied by J. dS. ft "p-!"i mrr
Pbattsvills is situated six roiled east ol
McArthur, on the Athens road, and about
two miles north of the Vinton Furnace; it is
a rich and fertile neighborhood, and is one ol
the bast locations in Vinton county for a
Store. The house is well finished and very
convenient, and 1 will make the terms to suit
the purchaser. J. J. ALLISON.
April 6, 1855.-3w.
500 Uidcs Wanctd!
(GREEN OR DRIED.)
For which we will pay 4 8 Cents per lb.
December 22nd, 1854. tf.
R, LLOYD & CO.
WHOLESALE BOUT ANU SHOE WAREHOUSE.
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK. FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH. OHIO. .
HAVE Just received their extensive FALL STOCK, consisting of all iheJaiest xlyles and
fashions. Our stock having been pun hafied direct from the manufacturers, (.riiicipally
fr cash, with great care in the selection of quality and sizes adopted to the Western twde.we
are enabled to offer superior inducements this Fail, and are determined not to be undersold
by any regular house eitlier in New York. Philadelphia or Baltimore. ""
In addition to our extensive block of Boots anil Shoes will be found a tare and well selec
ted stockof HATS AND CAPS, "
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants and Furnace Owners visiting our citr
are invited to call and examine for themselves.
TO THE LADIES.
We are now manufacturing a superior article of Ladies' and Misses' Gsiters, Buskins and
Slippers, Having procured some of ihe best workmen in the West, we are prepared to sup
ply those who waul custom work.
LEATHER.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather, 12.00 lbs. No. I '.Vlute Sole Leather, 30 dozen
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawford s Skins, 10 dozen Kip Skins. Upper leatlje'r aud Shoe
Finding always on hand and for sale at the lo we-1 mirket price.
January 20. 1354. lr.
GOOD!
E. P.
McARTHUR, OHIO. '
WISHES to inform Hie citizens of this
community, that be is no" manufac
turing, keeps on hand, a viiy superior article
of beadstradd, also a good assortment, of
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES
&c all of which he offers lor safe on reasona
ble terms.
TUltNIXG of all kinds that is likely to
be needed in this Country executed with neat
ness and dispatch; he is also prepared to man
ufacture bench screws and hand screws of var
ious sizes. Tne patranage of the Public is
respectfully soli tied.
July 21 54 Gmo.
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BOOKS &. STATIONERY
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J.R.WII I'TTEMOREJ
J. R. WMTEUORE,
No. 1, Union Block, Second Street,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
KEEPS constantly at wholesale and re
tail, a complete assortment of
MISCELLANEOUS AND SCHOOL
BOOKS. BLANK BOOKS, STA
TIONER Y.AR T1S TS- MA TE
U1ALS, WALL PAPER,
I EUVUMEHY, FAhCY
ARTICLES, cj-c, c.
. New Books. Magazines and Newspapers
received as soon as publislien.
Country Merchants are invited loexamine
his stock, and consider his terms of trade.
January 10, 1854 if.
i, 0. SWETLAND.
C. 11. COGaWLLL.
SWETLAXD & COGSWEL,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AND TANNERS &. CURRIERS,
MAjN STREET, McAKTHVR, OHIO
ANNOUNCES to their friends and the
public, that they have formed a co-partnership
for five years, in the above business.
BOOTS AND SHOES;
Mens', Womens', Boys' and Youths', of every
variety will be kept constantly on hand, anil
made to order at the shortest possible notice,
and on the most liberal terms.
TANNING tj- ClVfnVxVff.-L.-alher
of all kinds; Sole, Upper, Kipand Calf Skins,
kept constantly on hand and for sale at the
lowest figures! Persons bringing Hides can
have them Tanned on the slwres.
(GT Ilites and Tan Brk wanted at all
times, for which the highest prices will be
given.
December 22. 1854. tf.
CELEBRATED HORSE
u ii
WILL be found the ensuing season at
the following places, lo wit: On
Mondays and Tuesdays at Liberty Hall Sta
bles. McAithur, O., on Wednesdays at Prats-
ville, on Fridays at Morris Ogan's, Swan tp.,
on balurdays at toe residence oi tlie subscri
be i in Elk tp.
TtnMs: Four dollars for insurance. N'on
sttemlance or purling w ith the animal before
known to be wilh foal forfeits the insurance.
'.P)76f.-:SYccthrlcr is a beauti
ful dapple dun, black legs, mane and tail, 17
humid high, ? , tears old, a I'ur.t walker and gall
ed, well calculated lor the saddle or harness
He is or a strain of horses of hordes that are
among the best inihe Union; he recommends
himself when seen, and has taken a Premium
every year but two since foulded: his sire was
a thorough bred horse. John T. Colter.
apr. 13. 2m.
JAMES UcGILLIVRAY,
MAIN STREET, McARTrtUR, OHIO,
SADDLE iND IlJRMSS B1SCFJCTCBEB,
At hi eld Stand oppoiiu I. E. k D. Will',
KFSPECTFULLYinA-9y
forms his numerousJj
Customers and the public, senerallv.
that he is now prepared to supply all demand
in the way of Saddles; Bngy, Coach, and
Team IIrtriic;CoWars,IKAips and Spurs.
and every other article connected wilh the
Trade; ail Manufactured out of the best Ma
terials, and bv the best of Workmen Call
end examine VVork aud Prices, before you
purchase elsewhere.
O" HiDEb.&c., liken in exchange for
worK.ai uie uignrst mantel prices.
Clothing!
Ibave a small Stock of Ready Made Cloth
ing left, tbat 1 w ill sell out at Cost. Call
and see at - 7 . BRAT I ON'S.
.: . Ol YOKES.
1 f YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the Gilt.Anv
IU ' DENNING, CAMPBELLS 80.
Jn,vXdJS53.
JOB W OHK. of every description neatly
execu'ea, at una iruce
300,000
l. GIFTS FOR THE PEOPE !
CAPITAL CITY ART-UNION,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
BRUNELL & CO S., SECOND GREAT
OirT DISTRIBUTIOir.
The proprietors take great pleasure in
announcing to the citizens of the Uuion,
that in consequence of the great salts',
laclion manifested by the ticket-holders
of their first great Distribution, and
the many thousand solicitations from all
pans of the country, in relation to
whether Ihey intended getting up anoth
er Distribution of Gifts for tha people,
ihey hare, an immense outlay, been en
abled lo offer to their thousands of pat
ions the following valuable,, msgnifi.
cent, and unDiecedenind RPIT.i iavt
SCHEME, to be distributed as soon as
ihe 300.000 Beautiful E
"Capitol ol Ohio are distributed among
uirir i am. ii . me price oi tne Engra
vings is but One Dollar, and as a parlor
ornament it cannot be surpassed.
Read attentively the following listof
beautiful and costly gifts,, which will
be sitisfaciorily distributed by a com
mittee of ten, selected one fiom each
State where the largest number of sub
scribers are obtained:
1 Farm in the State of Indiana $10,000
1 do in Ohio 8,000
1 (, do 6000
2 Four-story Brick Dwelling and
Lot, in Columbs, Ohio 6,500
1 do do do do-. .6,500
1 Beautiful lesidence in the
town of Mt. Vernon 5.500
I Two Story Brick Building in
Chillicoth 300
I Brick Cottage and lot in Cot-
umUa 3 000
1 to do do 3,000
1 Frame do do do 2,500
I Handsome country residence in
Sego, Perry county, Ohio.. .. 1,500
4 Splendid building lots in Col
umbus, at 62.000-. 8,0(10
10 do do do ftl.500 15000
4 do d. Cleveland 6,000
1 Grand Action Piano (Chlcker-'
1,200
1 Gold Watch, set with Die.
n,on,,s ' 1,000
5 Gold Watches, at 8500eich.. 2.500
10 Rosewood Pianos, at 6500-. 5.000
10 do do at 400 4.000
10 do do st 300 3 000
60 Gold Watches, at 150 ..-7,500
100 " at 100 Io!o00
100 (, at 75 ........7.500
1UU uo l 40 4.000
300 Siver do at 20 ........6 000
500 do do at 15 7500
1000 LaJie's Gold Breast Pins
1,1 4 000
200 do Brocha shawls at 623 5 000
500 do Silk Dress Patterns.
Bl $20 10,000
5000 Gold Pencils, at 83 15.000
10000 Gold Tens, with Silver
Cases, st S3-.. 20,000
20000 Gold rings.at I,50 each 30,000
12084 do at 1,00 each-.. 12 084
Every purchaser of the splendid large
Lithographic Engraving, will receive a
Certificate of Membership entitling
them lo a chance in the above listof
valuable and costly Gifts for the Peo
ple, The Engravings can be sent by
mail (without being damaged,) to any
part Of the country. '
C3FIRST CO.HK KIIlST SEHVKD,3)
Persons wishing lo act ssAgenls for
us will pleasesend a recommendation
sanded by the Postmsster orsome other
influential and well known person in
the place w here they reside.
To those persons who have been act
ing as Agents for us in our former Dis
tribution, this is not required.
All orders wilh the money enclosed,
fiee of postage, will meet with prompt
attention.
Iu order to prevent mistakes, agents
and others transmitting money to us
will please have it sealed in ihe pres.
eiue of the Postmaster, and the amount
entered on the way bill.
IVe prepsy all our letters, circulars,
cf-c, to our agents and correspondents,
and expect thera to do the same with
us.
Agents wanled in every town, whom
we will furnish mith posters, circulars,
schelules, instructions, (tc.t bn appli.
cation a: our office, or by mail post paid
For further particulars see the descrip
live bills, &c, or enquire at the ofiice
No. 2. Walcutt's Block, Town Street
Columbus Ohio.
BRUNELL & CO.
Pboprietobs.
NEW HOTEL.
LIBEimjIALL.
MAIN S T., "AR THUR, . OHIO.
Ai CAMPBELL,
vm
ANOUNCES to the traveling public and
citizens of Vinton countv, that behaa
opened a new Hotel in tli buildings formerly
occupied by Mr. James Dodge, as i store and
residence. Exleusive additions and repaires
have been made to the house ami stables..
The house has been newly furnished.
HIS TABLE.
Shall be supplied with the best v'iaada the
market affords. In short no means will be
spared to make the guests of Liberty Hall
comfortable and at home. . ,. .
The public are respectfully invited to !
him a call. ' .
N.-B. Bills as
will permit.
reasonable as tfia Ura.es
A..CAM?2EjJV
Msrh 16, '.65j.-lyi,

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