McArthur, May 4.
Buttei per lb.' to
Smoked Haint," 11
- Shoulders,-. 10
" Sidet, 9
Beam, W. 2,00
Eggs pel doz 8
Flout per hun. 4,30
Flour .per bbl (9.00
Flax Seed 75
Fish. White.... 8
" Mackerel,... 80 10
Lard per lb. 8
Molasses pr gal. DU
Nailt.JdtolOd, 6a li
Potatoes, Irish. 125
Peacnes, D., '2.25
Sugar N. 0., 10
Salt, per bbl 3,50
" Table, pr Sack.-25
Soap per lb 8a6
Teas, Y. H. 75
Wheat per bu. 1,50
Wool per lb-.. -25(1-10
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, May 4, 1855.
Bruumt prdoi 2u300
Bacon Uaint per lb. .1
" Shoulder " 10
" Sides "
Kraut, W. perbu. 1,75
Caudle, mould- 15
Cotton Yarnt-... 161
Hour pi bbl.-fc7,75
Feathen pr lb..... 40'
Vlaiseed. nr bu. l.JC
Fish, Cod prlb.....
Lard pr lb..... t
Molasses, N. O. gal. 351
. it. " 40
" Q. S. " 5r
Keilt, 10 to 8,1 tj
BagarN. U.... na6
" Loef 9
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 55
leaf, loose lu packs.
Y. H., lb. 45al0
" linper'l,. 75
" Gunp'wdef 65
Tobacco M&K. cav.25
Uil, Lard ureal.. 80
Oil, Linseed ' ... tU
Oata pr, bu. 0
rVaclu-f, Dried... S.UU
Potatoes. Irish,. 125
ISn!t-rtin ir Ih . . ftiiM
5'raHow pi lb..... II
Tar nr bbl. B.50
Timothy seed. e3a&!5
W heat pr bu. 1 ,25
Whiskey, Commoii 30
" Knc, ....00
PORTSMOUTH, May 4, 1855. Marietta & Cincinnati R. R.
OPEN 20 MILES EAST OF CH1LL10OTRE.
"N Monday, April 30, and tlierealter reau
J larly, Pastenger and Freight Train will
run daily (Sundays excepted) between Clnl
licolheaudlUysville (20 miles East) as ful
Leave Cliillicotlie it 3; 30 P. M., ou airi.
val of Train from Cinciniu'i.
Arrive at Knysville at 5 v. x.
Leave Kaysville at 9 a. h.
t . i.l'll' . I an a .
Arrive ai wiiiiicomtj ai iu;ju . m
tlitialor train to tiucinnali.
The Train will ttop regularly at London-
rlcrry Station, and, on signal or notice to the
Conductor, will stop, to take on or let off cms
tengera, at the crofsing ol the Richmond ond
Llllllicniiie roau, ami ai wianesioil road croi
ting, near Simmons'.
Passencers leaving Ravsville at 9 1 u
spend an nour atClallicoihe, and reah Cin
cinnati at 5:40 r. u.
FarebetweeiiRaysvitleand Cincinnati, 63,50
do. do. do. du. Cliillicotlie, 60
Freight, to be delivered at points on the
road where the Railroad company bas nut
Freight Agents, mutt be prepaid; ami all ar
ticles will be at the rik ol (he owners, at the
Stations where Depot building and Agencies
have not been established, from the time they
are delivered is directed or marked, or until
taken on Uie cars, as llie case may be.
JOHN WADDLE, Sup't.
. April 27, 'as.tf.
PORTSMOUTH, May 4, 1855. Marietta & Cincinnati R. R. NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
rpilE undersigned areprej sred to fill all
J. orders for LIMBER, of any and all
kinds tired in building, and for PLASTER
IN(i LATH, at the shortest notice.
We have on hand 100,000 Plastering
Lath, and will delier tlirni iu McArthur,
Hamdru, Allensville, Piaiuvitle, or any ol
vur neighboring town, atnh'iit notire and on
fair terms. B. 1'. HEWITT & CO.
epr. 27, '55. 3m.
C. F. TBiUV. F. . OASES.
C. P, TRACY &, CO.,
Manvfocturtrs and Whoesale
c e.u.i. a
TOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
Cat door brluw P. Eiunry & I'o'i Bank,
trout Strut, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 7, lS55.-Iy.
i85, m mm goods, m,
ncuiiun viH LUAii tui tRiy
FA AC I' 4 STAPLE DIt f. GOOD S,
frcnt Street, PCBTSMOITH, Ohio.
1HAVE just received and am now opening
the largest and most desirable stock ol
Goods ever exhibited in this market.
Having made arrangements fo; a large trade
I shall offer unusual inducements to cash
buyers, responsible parties icr negotiable pa
per, or for Pig Iron tu lots of 50 wis or up
ward. The attention of .Merchants and Furnace
Owners is respectfully invited.
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, 1PM.
Marietta 7 Cincinnati R.
rpWO Daily Trains between Chillirothb
X and Cincinnati. Leaves Chillicotbe at
6 o'clock i. m., and reach Cincinnati at 1 1
o'clock, a. m. Leaves Chillicothe at 1 1 1 o'
clock, a. m., end reaches Cincinnati at 5 : 40
Returning. leaves Cincinnati at 9 o'clock
a. in., tnd reach Cliillicotlie at 3 :25 P. M.
Leaves Cincinnati at 3:20 P.M. and reach
. Chillicotbe at 8:2: P. M.
April 6, 1S55. tf. Superintendent.
Seicto & Hocking Valley Railroad
Tl HE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE SCIO
JL to and Horkine Valley Railroad Com
fany, are hereby notified to meet at the office
of the Company in the city of Portsmouth,
on Wednesday the 9th day of May next for
the purpose of electing nine Directors for the
ensuing year, and alto for the trtnaction of
ny bunneaa that may be prerented,
(AfT.l?,'t&. 4n. C. At M. DAMARJN;
Blie. Comer. Erect!
E. . BRATTON,
TTLTILL keep constantly on hand a large,
v T well selected, and seasonable stock of
Such as Cloths, Cummtru, Veetinga, Sali-
netis, sutr.not, Aipataa, ut Lainrs, Lush
mtres. Lavna, Giiirhama, Calieota. Lacea,
Brocades, A-c, cje. A choice selection ol
HARDWARE.-Swt. Axes. Hatchets.
Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Rasps,
rues, outers in snort.everyiiimg in this line.
BO OAS, School Books. Sons Books.
Miscelaneous Books of all kiudtt ; Prints,
Hums, ra per ana Malionery of every variety
HATS AD CAPS!
The finest Silk and Fur Hats and Cans:
also, Cashmere, Wool and Cotton Hats and
Caps, (mens and boys,) at prices Usuitcus
BOOTS and SHOES, Mens and Boys,
Womens' and CLildrens. of every possible
quality an'l price.
Rio Collie. Loaf Suuar. New Sugar. Rice
Imperial, Young Hvftui, and BlHtk Teas.best
quality; New Molasses, Pepper, Spue, Gin
ger, cwleratus, etc., nil or the best lumiiy tiro
ceries. li. A. BRATTON.
april 6. if.
m Hides Wancld!
(GREEN OR DRIED.)
For which we will pay ! 8 frm per lb
S. S. DhMU lit oc '.U.
Decemher23nd, 185.1. if.
tit Ol) I CE OF ALL KINDS. t ru-Ho
td at the, very hiehtxt murket prirrs, on Svb
vriptionor Advcrttvnutits, ut thitt office.
Money is not rrfiutd.
Spring Trade for 1888.
Iwitli to aiinnunre to the customers of
S. S. Deimith & Co., and the public, that
1 have bought Mr. Deimith's interest in fid
Firm, and ihttt the wine business at the
Blue Corner will "push along and keep mov
ing" with the times. 1 wish to mttke us lurpe
a Spring purchase, as prudence w ill permit
these tiineii, and in order to do so mum have
money; 1 don't want 10 per rent. Judgment
notes, nor anything of the kind; 1 neither
give nor lake these notes from our friends.
1 hoie those who w ill see this notice, will ruUe
rneapart if not all of their indebtedness in
the. next three weeks, during which time, 1
will tell out at cost, and lower than ever
Goods tveie bought in this place, for cash,
april . if. E. A. BRATTON.
Fine Farm lor Sale.
Iain authorized (o sell a good
Farm of 96 acres, lying im
inedinlplv west nf Pratlsville-"'""
33 cre6 cleared, a cabin house, stable, good
orchard, and an excellent well of water; the
land lies well for tilline and is well watered.
being in a good neigliborhood,and only about
three miles from the Marriclta Ac Cin. R. R.
For Terms and price call ou me at Mc-
Artlltir. . A. iilATTON.
April 13ih. 1855 tf.
John Rubbius) lu Vinton county Coin.
vs. I Plejs. March Term,
Margaret Var- f 1855.
ner and others. J Pastitios,
ARGARET VARNER, Marcaret
Lane, intermarried with Horrace
Lane, Levi A. Parih,Iaac Parish, Jemi
ma Trump, intermarried with Jacob
Trump, Cynthia Augeubaugh, iutermar
rled with Augenbaugh, Anna
Iloue, intermarried with George House,
and Stephen Parish, w hose places of res
idence are unknown, and Suiab Vnrner,
of Muskingum county, Ohio, will take
notice that a petition was filed against
them on the 23d day of August, A. D.,
1654. in t lie Court of Common fleas of
said Vinton county, Ohio, by John Rub
biii3, and is now pending, wherein said
lohn Robbins demands partition of the
following Real Estate, siluaied in said
Vinton county, to wit: The north east
quarter and the north east quarter cf the
norih-wrst quarter of Section 20, Tow u
ship eleven, Range seventeen, excepting
teventeeu teres on the north side of said
north east quarter, a id excepting, also,
one siiteen'h of an acre of said land,
uted as a buiyiug ground for Samuel Var
uer, deceeted, and his family, contain
ing oue huudred aud eighty-three acre,.,
more or less. And that at the next term
of said Court application will be made
by said John Robbius for an order that
partition be made of said premises.
By LEVI DUNG AN,
Apr, 20. 1955 Gw. hia Attorntv.
Tbt Mate of Ohio, Unton County.
John WiuUrs, Plain
against ... i Civil Action.
Lucinda Miller, and
TKE unknown heirs of James Miller,
deceaier!, are hereby ' notified that
the said John Winters, ou the first day
of February. 1855, filed hit petition
against them and others,, iu the Court ol
Common Pleat of said county of Vinton;
the object and prayer of which, it to
correct mistake in the description ol
the following premises, towit: The touth
wett quarter ol Section thirty(30),Town
ship elevea (II), Range seventeen (17),
in taid couuty of Vinion, in a deed exe
cuted by taid James Miller, deceased,
tnd wife, Lucinda Miller, to taid Juhn
Winters, on the 16th day ol August,
1843; said mistake consisting iu the
substitution in the above description ol
the nortA-west quarter for the south'
wett quarter of said Section, and the
taid unknown heiit of said James Mil
ler, deceased, are further notified that
they are required to answer taid peti
tion on or before the Oth day of June,
A. D. 1855.
E. F. BINGHAM,
April 1355. 6w. Att'v for PIVff.
Ik Slate of Uliio. Wnton County.
1 Court ol
P I e a a ol
Defends mi. . '. (Ohio.
J Civil attion.
THE taid Lucinda Miller and the un
known heirs of Jamet Miller, deceased,
are hereby notified that depositions will
be taken by the plaintiff in the above
case at tbe office of the Probate Judge,
in the town of Jackson, Jackson countv
Ohio, on Saturday, the 5th day of May,
1839; between the hours of 8 o'clock A
M. tnd 9 o'clock P. HI, of said day.
E F. BINGHAM,
tjHl3 3w " ' Ati'y forPlVr.
Tbt State of Ohio, Tinton Coactj.-
'HE defendants, Rebecca Dixon,
daughter of Joieph Dixon, deceased.
Jane Dixon, William Dixon, Jacob Dix
on, Ruth Dixon, Joseph Dixon, Mar
Dixon, Margaret Dixon.Emilr Ano Dix
on, minor beirt of Joseph Dixon, dee'd;
John W. braves snd Nancy Grates, mi
nor heirs of William Graves, deceased,
bleanor Gravel, widow of William
Gravei, deceased, aud Rebecca Dixon,
widow of Joieph Dixon, deceased, all
of the county of Vinton and Slate of
Ohio, will take notice, that on the 24th
Jay of March, A. D., 1855, the laid
Alexander Vaoderford and Nancr Van-
derford. filed their petition in the Court
of Common Pleat of Vinton coun;v.
aforesaid, where the tame it now pend
ing, demanding partition of the follow
ing premisea, tituate in said county, to
wit: The west half of the north-east
quarter of Section fifteen; the north-
last quarter of iha north-wett quarter
of Section fifteen; the south-west qur
lerof the north west quarter of Section
Afteen; the south-east quarter of the
north-west quarter of Section fifteen,
the east half of the north-east quarter
of Section fifteen; the north east quar
ter of the north east quarter of Section
iwenty-tuo; the touiti east qii.rter'ol
i In sou Ih west quartrr of Section ten;
the north west quarter of the south east
quarter of Section tru; the north west
quarter of the south west quarter of Sec
tion ten; the north east quar'.er of the
suuih west quarter of S-ctiou ten, and
part of the south west quarter of the
auuth east quarter of Section ten. be
ginning at a stone at the soutu west
corner of laid quarter, thence running
iiorin sixteen poles and ten feet to a
stone on the western line of laid quar
ter; thence starting at the aforesaid
stone, corner oi tiid quarter, running
al twenty-one rods and four feet, to a
stone ou the southern line of said quar
ter, tlieuce on a straight line across the
corntr nf said quarter, tu the same stone,
on the western line north ol the corner
stone, sixteen poles and ten feet. All
of suid tracts of land lying and being
in Township nine (9), ai.d Range uine-
teen ('9,) of said county, and being in
all about four hundred and eighty-two
acret aud 47-100 of an acre, more or
The suid petitioners demand that par
tition be made of suid premises as fol
lows: To said petitioners, Eleanor
Graves, and the said minor heirt of Jo
seph Dixon, deceased, each one equal
fourteenth. To the said minor heirt of
William Graves, deceafed, etch three
equal twenty-eighth parts; to Rebecca
Dixon, widow ol Jutepb Dixon, deceased,
dower in the whole, and to Eleanor
Gravel dower in three equal undivided
fourteenth parts of said premises. And
said defeudants are further notified that
at the next term of said Court an appli
cation will be made by the said pelt
tioners for an order that partition may
be made, &c, of laid premises, and for
all oiher orders necessary and proper in
the case. E. F. BINGHAM,
Att'y (or Deinandents,
April 13, '55. Gw.
Court of Common rienj Vinton County, Oliio
Jehu Lord, Plaintiff,")
Richard S. Van Wey Civil Action.
Catharine Van Wey,
?HE suid defendants w ho reside in the
B county of Panola and Slate of Tex
as, are hereby notified that the plaintiff,
John Lord, on the 12th day of April A.
D. 1855, filed hia petition against them
in the Court of Common Pleas, of said
county of Viutou, the object aud prayer
ol wtnch is to compel the said delend
ants to convey to the plaintiff all their
right, title aud claim, by virtue of the
heirship of the said Cathariue to the
estate of Nathan Lord, deceased, in the
follow nig premises, situate in the coun
ty of V niton and State of Ohio, snd
described as follows, to wit: Being
part of the west part of the south east
quarter of Section twenty-eight. Town
ship eleven, of Range seventeen, and
being all tre laud contained in the west
part of said quar'.er, section designated
and marked as belonging to John Lord
upon a plat and survey made by Samuel
13. Pruden, formerly Survey urol Athens
county, Ohio, dated Februury 6th, 1834,
except eighty acres theretolore convey
ed by Nathan Lord, deceased, to Johu
Lord; containing fifty-two (52) acres,
more or less, or that in default of said
delendauts conveying their interest a'nri
estate in said premises to the plaintiff
by s short day to be named by said Court,
then that the Re tor J in this cause ope
rate as such couveyaiice in the hands of
'.hn plaintiff, bis heirs and assigns. The
plaiutitT demands a conveyance from
defendants as aforesaid, by virtue of a
certain bond, executed by said Nathan
Lord iu his lifetime, for the conveyance
of the aloresaid premises to the plain
tiff, for a valuable consideration then
paid by the plaintiff to taid Nathan
Lord, bince deceased.
Tbe defendants are further notified
that they are required to auswer to said
petition on Or before the 9th day of June,
1355. E. F. BINGHAM,
aprl3 6w Ati'y for Pl't'ff.
ABRAHAM L1STON S ESTATE.
NOTICE is he reby given, that Wilson Lis
ton, Administrator of the estate of
Abraham Lision, late of Vinton county, de
ceased, has filed, in the Piobate Court of said
county, his accounts, and vouchers fur in
spection and partial settlement, and that
the ame will be passed upon by said Court
on the28th of April, 1855.
B. P. HEWITT,
March 30, 1855. 3w. Probate Judge.
rTHK co-partnership heretofore existing
J. between the subscribers, under the firm
ol S. S. Demulb & Co., was this day dissolved
by mutual consent; S. S. Derauth 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, 1855. E. A. BRATTON.
t YANKER Ox Yokes, at the Gilt, knr
AO DENNING, CAMPBELL&Ce.
Ju,yVi) 1853. - .!': '. -
1355. V NEW STOCK. OF 1855.
I have jutt received my Spring Stock
comprising a ureal varietrof FANCY
and STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and
others are invited to tall before purch
asing elsewhere, as they will find com
plete assortment, and at prices that will
compare with any Establishment of the
kind in this section of the ronnirv.
The following articles comprise a part
of my extensive assortment:
150 packs pins.
200,000 percussion caps.
600 dozen spool cotton.
50 gross buttont.
50 dozen suspender?.
150 lb skein cotton.
13 lb sewing silk,
5 lb twist silk.
500 gross hooks snd eyes.
30 dozen razor strops.
300 dozen combs, all kinds.
50 reams cap, letter and note paper.
300 dozen tapes,
133 dozen soaps.
40,000 fish books.
25 gross fish lines.
20 gross lead pencils.
100 bundle! wafert.
40 dozen knives.
30 dozen tcitsors.
10 gross spoous.
20 gross jews harps.
3 gross French harps.
30 dozen slates.
3000 slate pencils.
30 gross thimbles.
100 dozen porte n-.onaiei.
200 lb patent thread.
Cornelian charms and rings,
Ladies' work boxes and re'.iculet.
Fine hair brushes end combs.
Gutia percha, puff and long combs.
S, S Sand S S S fine combs.
Skirt ar.d dress whalebone.
Corset and shoe luces.
Stilettoes, elastics and sleeve bands.
Teeth and nail brunhes.
Steel pens and holders.
Linen 6c cotton, floss crochet cotton
Zephyr worsted aud needles.
Gold finger and ear rings. .
Gold, plated and common jewelry; and
other articles too numerous to particu
CIGARS ASD TOBACCO!
Dealers and others purchasing Cigars
will find the largest Stock in Uie City
varying from f 5 to $30 per M. As all
the fine cigars are manufactured on the
premises, purchasers of fine cigars may
depend upon getting the quality of ci
gar they pay lor, as satisfaction is gua
anteed iu all cases. Also on band
Cavendish and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipet, f-c, at the Cheap Notion
Store next to the Valley Bank, Second
Street. R. DAVISON.
Chillicothe, O., March 2, 1855.
iSJE call the attention of the daft to
M the fact that we have received
quantity of the following Works, aud
offer them for sale low:
THE LIGHT OF THE TEMPLE,
13 y iter, sthickland, one ol the most
eminent Divines in the West; bound in
By C. Moore; bound iu Morocco, Pock
et Book form.
MELODI ES FORTHE CRAFT.
This Book should be kept in numbers
in every Lodge, and every Mason should
have one. Call and see '.he works.
E. A. BRVTTON.
Apil 6 tf.
F All LY MEDICINES!
E, A. BRATTON.
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, O
T7"EEP constantly on hand the following
xv uenuiiie ami ropniar Medicines:
Seller's Liver Pi Us, Dr. Lee's Pills.
Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Jones i McL's do,
Seller's Imp'I C. S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup,
Lvon's N. & li., Jones' N. B. Liniment
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's lust. Relietdo.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Kathairon, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Rears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Cologne.
Castor Oil, Sweet Oil,
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicameutum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial. Batesman's Drops.
Sloan's Condi lion Powder; and Essences ol
til kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from tbe proprietors, and war-
rauieu to oe genuine.
April 6. 1855. tf
yPSi Shakespeare, large
VVk e(''1'""- bound in
g25f5 Hue Morocco, with
ueautilul plates; containing Venus and Adon
is, and other poems.
Byron's Life and Writings, bound, in Rood
style, with numerous engravings.
History ol Uluo, witn plates, oc, by Howe,
Life and Writings of Mrs. Partington.
Young Man's Book of Know ledge.
Life of Christ, by Fletcher.
Robert Bruce, the Hero King; together with
BRAT f ON.
STORE & DWELLING FOR SALE.
I WILL SELL the Store Room
Dwelling House, located in
Prattsvllle, Vinton co., O., and
now occupied by J. A- S. Swepston.
PsAmviLLK is situated six miled east of
McArthur, .on the Athens road, and about
two miles north of the Vinton Furnace; it is
a rich and fertile neighborhood, and is one of
the bust locations in Viuton countv for
Store. The house is well finished and very
convenient, and 1 will make tbe terms to suit
the purchaser. J. J. ALLISON. H
April6,I855.-3w. ; '
. LOOK HERE
JOHU BWIPSTOB 84MUII. SWXPSTOM.
T v & S. SWEPSTON have opened a flue
ttock of Goodt at PRATTSV1LLR, n
Call and see for yourselves.
Dec 'stvib54. 6mo '
a general assortment ot Books and stationary
of all kinds; for sale at
April 6, 1855. tf
R, LLOYD & GO' 0
WHOLESALE BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE,!
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK.. FRONT
HAVE just received their extensive FALL STOCK, consisting of all the fa test styles ani
fashions. Our ttock having been purchased direct from the manufacturers, principally .
for cash, with great care in the selection of quality and sizes adopted to the Western ir4e,we :
are enabled to offer superior inducements this Fall, and are determined not to be''underolJ
by ny regular house eitlier in New York. Philadelphia or Baltimore. "
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots and Shoes will be found a laree and well tela-'
ted stock of HATS AND CAPS.
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants and Furnace Omen risiting out ci tr.
are invited to call and examine for themselves.
We are now manufacturing! superior article
Slippers. Having procured some of the best
ply those wbo want custom work.
LEATHER. . ,
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather. 12.00 lbs. No. I White Sola Leather. SO dn
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawford's Skins, 10 dozen Kip Skins. Upper leather and Shea
Findings always on hand and for sale at the lowest market price. . '
January zu. ish, iy.
STREET. PORTSMOIFTH. OHIO.
of Ladies' and Misara' Giitra Ttnaktra ami '
workmen in the West, we a re prepared to s-
E. P. B0TI1WELL,
McARTHUR, OHIO. '
WISHES to inform the citizens of this
community, that he is no" manufac
turing, keeps on hand, a vety superior article
of beadsteads, also a good assortment, nf
UAi311 VVAKc, CHAIRS MATRASSES
&c all of which be offers for sale on reasona
TURNING of all kinds that is likely to
uc iiTOieii in una vuuuiry eiecuieu wun neat
ness and dispatch; ho is also prepared to man
ufacture bench screws and hand screws of var
ious sizes, j ne patranage ol tne rublic is
July !dl 54 oino.
BOOKS &, STATION ERYJ
iT 'l-T fg-r " - - fjjf t
T I A7IiriU!L'' I
I. J Nl;
v.i ' IV-l i
J. R. AYI11TEM0RE,
No. 1, Union Block, Second Street,
KEEPS constantly at wholesale and re
tail,, complete assortment of
MISCELLANEOUS AND SCHOOL
BOOKS. BLANK BOOKS, STA
TIONER YA RT1STS' MATE
RIALS, WALL PAPER,
ARTICLES, A-c, cf-c
New Books, Magazines and Newspapers
recciveaaB soon as puDiisnen.
Country Merchants are invited toexamme
his stock, and consider Ins terms of trade,
January 19, 1854. tf.
J. 0. SWETLAND.
C. B. COOSWF.LL.
SWET AND & COGSWEL,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AND TANNERS t CURRIERS,
MAiN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO
ANNOUNCES to their friends and the
public, that they have formed a co pnrt
nerehip for five years in the above business.
BOOTS AND SHOES;
Mens', Womens', Boys' and Youths', cf every
variety will be kept constantly on hand, and
made to order at the shortest possible notice,
and on the most liberal terms,
TANNING f- Cl7?flra-0.-LHilher
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 shares.
CCT Hides snd Tan Bark wanted at all
times, for which tbe highest prices will be
December 22. 1854. If.
WILL be found the ensuing season at
the following places, to wit: On
Mondayt and Tuesdayt at Libertv Hall Sta
bles, McArthur, O., on Wednesdays atPrats
ville, on Fridays at Morris Ogan's. Swan tp..
on Saturdays at the reside nee of the subscri
ber in hlk tn.
Terms: Four dollars for insuianre. Nnn
attendance Oi parting with the animal before
known to be with foal forfeit the insurance.
PEDIGREE. Swcelhrlcr is a beauti
ful dapple dun, black legs, mane and tail, 17
hands high, 7 ears old, funt walker and sail-
ed, well calculated for the saddle or harness.
He is of i strain of horses of horses that are
among the best in the Union; he recommends
himself wlirn seen, and bas tuken a Premium
every year but two since foalded; his sire was
a thorough bred horse. John T. Colter.
apr. li. am.
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
SADDLE i.D HARNESS JDASITACTUMB,
At bit old Stand pptwit J. K. k D. Will',
forms his numerousa&
Customers and the public, cenerallv.
fliat he is now prepared to supply all demand
in the way of Saddles; Buggy, Coach, and
Team lIarnet;Coar,HAip and Spura.
and every other article connected with the
Trade; all Manufactured ont of th best Ma
terials and bv tlie best of Workmen. Hall
end examine Work and Prices, before you
Cd" HIDES, &c taken in exchange for
L .L 1 9.A , ll-.l.. -
worn, ai ine uigiK-gi niarnei prirrs.
1 have small Stock of Ready Made Cloth
L ing left, that I will sell out at Cost. Call
aud see tl BRATTON'S.
iy ri YANKEE Straw Cutters, from 17 to
UJ $12: received tt the Gilt Anvil.- -
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
I- Wi ICift. 4
J cv' louo-
I JOB W UltK, of every desoritrtioo neatly
tsceirtd,tt ttw U(Ce. .
r , ,h. aw.' h m
IS GIFTS FOR THE PEOPE!
CAPITAL CITY ART-UNION,
COMJMDUI, OHIO. :
BRUNELL & CO'S., SECOND GREAT
The proprietors take grttt pleasure it
tnnouncing to the citizent of the Union,
that in consequence of the great tat:t
faction manifesud by the ticket-hold,
ert of their Snt great Distribution, ani
the many thousand solicitation! from ill
parts of the country, in relation to
whether they intended getting up anoth
er Distribution of GifTt for the people,
they have, an immense outlay, been en
.bled to offer to their thousand! of pit
ions the following valuable, mtgnifl
cent, and unprecedented BRILLIANT '
SCHEME, to be distributed at toon it
the 300.000 Beautiful Engravingtof the
Capitol ol Ohio are distributed among
their Patron. The price of the Engra
vings it but Oue Dollar, and ti a parlor .
ornament it cannot be surpassed.
Read attentively tbe following Httof
beautiful and costly gifts, which wilt
be satisfactorily distributed by t com
uiittee of ten, selected one fiorn each
State where the largest number of tub
scribers are obtained:
1 Frm in the State of Indiana 110,000
1 do in Ohio 8.000
1 do do 6,000
2 Four tlory Brick Dwelling tnd
Lot, in Columbs.Ohio 6,500
1 do do do do... 6,500
1 Beautiful residence in tbe
town of Mt. Vernon-. 8,500
I Two Story Brick Building Jo
Chillicothe .'. 3,500
I Brick Cottage and lot in Col-
uuibus 1 3,000
1 do do do 3.000
1 Frame do do do 2,500
I Handsome country residence in
Sego, Perry county, Ohio-... 1,000
4 Splendid building tote la Col
umbus, at (2,000 ....-8,000
10 do do do ft 1,500 15.000
4 do d.) Clevetand-...-6,000
1 Grand Action Piano (Cbicker-
1 Gold Watch, set with Dia.
monds-. t 006
5 Gold Watches, at 1500 eich-; 2,501
10 Rosewood Pianos, at 8500 '5.000
10 do do at 400 -4.000
10 do do at 300 3,000
ouuoid vvatcbes,at 6150-.. 7,500
at 100 10,000
t 75 7.500
at 40 4,000
at 20 ........6.00Q
t 15 7.509
300 Sirer do
500 du do
1000 L die's
Gold Breast Pint
200 do Brocht ihiwli it $25 5,00i
500 do Silk Dret! Pitterm.
t 620 .10.000
5000 Gold rencilt, it $3..... 15 000
lOOOOGold Tens, with Silver
Cases, at $2 20,000
20000 Gold ring,at 81,50 each 30.000
12081 do at 1,00 each -.-12,084
Every purchaser of the splendid large
Lithographic Engraving, will receive t
Certificate of Alemberthip entitling
them to chance in the above Hit of
valuable and costly Gifu for the Peo- ;
pie. The Engravings can be teat by
mail (without being damaged,) to toy
part of (he country.:
CC?"riRST COMK FIRST ERVSD,43)
Persons wishing to act at Agents for
us will please send i recommendation
signded by the Postmaster or tomt othtr
influential and well known person 1st
the place where they reside.
To those person! who hive been act
ing at Agents for ut in our former. Dis
tribution, this it not required.
All orders with the money enclosed,
free of pottage, will meet with prompt
In order to prevent mistakes, agentt
and others transmitting money- to ut
will please have it seated tn tbt prei
euce of the Postmatter, tnd the imoual
entered on the way bill.
We prepay ill our lettert. clrculin,
cf-c, to our gent and correspondents,
and expect them to do the tame with
Agents wanted in every town, whom,
we will fumifh mith posten, circular!,
tchelules, instructions, &c, on appli
cation at our office, or by mail post paid
For further particulars tee the descrip
tive billt, &c, or enquire at tbt office
No. 2. Wtlcrm's Block, Town Street
BRUNELL & CO.
MAIN ST., M' ARTHUR, OHIO.
ANOUNCES to the traveling public ind"
citizens of Vinton county, that be bat
opened a new Hotel in the buildings formerly
occupied by Mr. James Dodge, as a store and
residence. . Extensive additions and repairet
have been made to the bouse and stable!..
The bouse bu been newly funiishid. . "'.
BISTABLE, ., ', "''
Shall be supplied with the beat vtirjdt the
market affords. In short no means will be
spared to make the guests of Liber tr Hall
comionaoie and it Home. -
Tbe public are respectfully invited to iTt
hi in a call. .. , . '".
N. a Bills as reasonable at" the t'inxu
will permit. A. AHPIJa
Mareh II, 16:I ft-
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