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Kf 2Zra'Z?Jrvm tu "Writ:" One
bfthe "rnediums" was weekly put ir ,,.
fnuuicet.on with the spirit of thi celebrate
nd eccentric Doct. Abernethy, to enquire
whet was the beet of all medicines for diseas-
tt on the Lung. Loud end dutinct repe up.
on ibe table slowly but promptly spelt out
Ayn-r's C U-r r y P-t-ct-o-r-a-L
DIED.
At lilt late residence ia Elk township, in
thie county, on the 2d Inst., Mr. Wj
Sibcli. aged 60 years. .
Mr. SlNCLAI WIS fnrmArl. . ! I a -t
.. . . -"."-'J " icamcni 01
Muskingum county, Ohio, and was one of
our uiursi ana mosi respectable citizens He
leaves a. large circle of relatives and friends to
mourn bis loss,
M. DAVIS,
SSALEB U DHT GOODS AMD OLOT1HO.
J OULD beg leave to announce to his
t f numerous customers and the public
generally, that he is now in receipt of li is
Spring and Summer Good at his
store in the west part of his new block, on
Water Street, Chillicothe. From the long
experience ne nas nad in ousiness. and the lib
eral patronage heretofore extended to him,
which has euabled him to purchase goods for
cash only, he flatters himself that hf can sell
liis good at lower prices than he has ever
done before, and is confluent that he can com
pete with any honest dealer west of the moun
tains. His furnishing goods are complete,
and tan fit out a customer to every article
required. His clothing department cannot
be excelled, as to neatness of fit. durability
of wear and strength of sewing. His goods
are selected by himself from the best European
and American manufactur.es, with great care
and attention and warranted all sound.
These goods he will sell at ten per cent
lower thunany other man in the city of Chi l
licotlie. Cull and fee fur yourselves, and oe
convinced by ocular demonstration.
COAL, COAL.
T. S. He would also beg leave lo announce
to the citizens of Chitlicoihe, Monroe, Lees
liurghIy xington, Martinsville and adjoin
ing towns, tlmt he has a regular line of boats
running to the coal mines, and that he is
if!n!y to contract for good Hocking serene
i imI at market prices, and thai he will deliv
er coul to any of the above siatious on the
llnilioad by sending their orders by mail.
He will also have a supply of Jackson and
New Cfcstle coal for Blacksmiihiug purposes
always en hand. may 11 '55 3mo.
WILLIAM SINCAIR'SESTA TE.
TV OTICE is hereby given, that the under
L l signed has been duly appointed and
qualified as exreutor of the last Will and Tes
tament of William Sinclair; lulecf Vinton
countv, Ohio, deceased.
imiyU-3w. THOMAS SINCLAIR.
MARKETS.
McArthur, May 11.
Apples, I)..
Hnitt i per lb..
tSnmkeil Hhiiis,"
" Shoulilers,
" Sides,.-
J'fOOIIIS.
l'eam, W.
Ciiffee,..
(niidles,
Cheese.
Cloerweil
('iirii '
l4ys pel tloz.
2,00.
15
11
10 j
8
30
2.C0!
20,
COf.
CO
...
4,50!
(ill.OOlSoap
-75 1
..40
6ul0
... 4 1
I1 lour ;r linn.
Flour .per bhl
Flax Seed '
IValhers,
Fish, White,.
" ;Vs( Uitl.-Hides
Iron, 5u'J
Leather. 1S31
Lard iter lb. 8
Molasses pr gal. 50
Kails, 3d to lUd, oul
Oats, 40
Folate's. Irish. 125
irSPeaaes, D., 2.25
Pork prewt 4,00
lS.Sugar N. 0., 10
Loaf, 15
' Crushed,. 10ul2
8'Salt. r bbl-... 3,50
' Table, pi Sack, -30
per lb 3a 5
Teas, V, H. 75
' lm peris (100
8Tallow. 12
Wheat per bu. 1.50
Wool mlb...-2540
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, May 11, 1855.
Apples, Dried. la."
Brooms prtioz $2n300
Bacon Hams per lb. II
" Shoulder ' It
' Sides "
Brans, W. perbu. 1,75
Candles, mould 15
Star 24
Cotton Varns-... 1SJ
Cheese.W.R. Ib.lOall
Coffee, Rio . 12a 12J
Cloverseed,. 7.00
lour pi bbl. 47,75
leathers pr lb.-.. - 41
Flaxseed, pr bu. l.Jl;
Fish, Cod pr lb.
Mackerel 12a2 1
lrd pr lb.. t,
Mu!iiws. N. O. gal. 35
" S. H. " 41.
" O.S. " 55
Nails... 10 lo 8d 1J
Sugar N. O.-... 5u6j
" Lnaf 9
" Crushed-. 10
alt, Kanawha, bu, 55
leas, loose & in packs.
" Y. H., lb. 45a 10
" Imper'l,- 75
" Gunp'wder 55
fobucco M&Iv. cav.25
" Va. cav...20o45
Oil. Lard pr gal... 80
Oil, Linked " 90
Oats pr, bu. SO
tVacnes.Uried-.. 2,00
Fotatoes, Irish.. 125
Snleratnspr lb... 5u51
allow pi lb.- - II
Tar pr bbl. 5.50
timothy seed, 83u325
Wheat pr bu..... 1,25
Whiskey, Common 30
" Mou hula. 50
" Rye, .... 6o
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, May 4—P. M.
The river has risen six inches. The weather
is clear and cool.
i lour la dull at fed 40a9 50. Sales of
Corn at 75c, and Oats at 62c. Whiskv 34c
Provisions are firm. 70 hhds Bacon Sides sold
at be, packed: and 100,000 lbs bulk do at 7c.
loose. The foreign news caused a stronger
leeung. oug.tr nrra,.'Md um$ sola at DJc to
WALL ? AVER k BORDERS.
PAPER YCUR ROOMS.
J HAVE st received the greatest variety of
M- mil reper, iMreboaru Screens, Window
Paper and Borders, ever before offered for
cats in McArthur. Call and see for vourself
l BRATTON'S.
FAMILY GROCERIES.
JUST received the best Rio Coffee, Prime
Sugar, Rice, Golden Syrup, Molasses,
Cheese, Mackrel, Imperial Black, and Y. H.
Teas, Tobaccos' of every kind. Spices of all
kinds, and a general assortment Grocerie s;
all of vhich I warrant or no sale.at the lowest
cash prices at ' BRATTON'S.
Hardware. -
LirPENf OTTS Axes, warranted 30 davs
! c the money refunded. Ha tcheU war
ranted. TUleUon s Handsaws warranted,
Door Lacks, Thumb Latches, Butta, Screws,
Augers. Smoothing Irons, Curry Combs,
Horse Brushea, Filet.-. Rasps, in shot every-
thing in the laid ware line, at ,
. BRATTON'S. i
C. T. T11C. .. T. ). OAKES.
CP. TRACY & CO.j
:- . Manvfaelurtrt and Wliolttale
JIOOTS,' SHOES,' HATS, ' ' -LEATHER
AND FINDINGS. ' - j
Dm door below P. Ilbnry' irto'i Bank;'
rroiit Street, FOR TSMO VTJl, ?. !
April S7, 1855. ly, . - v
BOOKS! BOOKS!!
E. k. BRATTO.V,
ANNOUNCES to the citizens or Yin.
ton countv. that ha has iiiol rri.4
new stock of Books and Stationary, cinsisting
hi pari oi
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from II 50 to
15 00.
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Bound in Morocco, gilt and common bind
ing.
W ferns Life of Washing-tor,
" 44 " FaAniiLiir.
Mahiom.
Life of Dab i el Boons,
" " Black Hawk,
" " Tfxumsucii.
Shakespiab's works compfele.
Btron's
Life of Y. T. Bainum.
D Adbione's History of the Reformation.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Khowledoi.
Rinaldo RiNALbiNA. a Romance.
Hale's Hiatorv ol the United Slates.
Grimshaw's Hislorv ol the United States
Child at Home, a Moral Tale.
MASONIC WORK8.
The Craftsman, the Light of the Temple,
and Meloddiea for the Craft
excellent selection ot Hymns and Odes' sui ta
me iur erry occasion.
SOA'G BOOKS.
The American Songster, Parlor Songster,
Cllie 01 trill. SOI1P9 01 lllll lri unH Nun.r.
Songs, and a variety of other Song Books.
iurai aim instructive story doors lor chil
dren, Pictorial Toy Books fur children.of every
ucnpiiuii.
BLAK BOOKS.
Justices' Dockets. Legers and Day Book
bound in leather and half binding, of all sizes
STATIONARY,
Best Can Faiier. Blue Post Itlnr Pnor
Commercial Note Paper. Bill Taper, also Ink,
Quills, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, Inkstands,
Wafer 8. Wrilina Sand, ami Stiin,i rir i I
every kind, all of which will be sold at the
lowest figures, for cash. may4 '55. tf
BOOTS s SHOES.
JUST received the largest and best selection
of Boots and Shoes ever opened in this
market, consisting of
Gents. Enameled Brogans
Calf '
" Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" Morro(coSliprs,
French Calf Boots,
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots,
" Goat "
" Sewed " "
" Laced Gaiters,
" Patent leather "
V Enameled Jenney Liud's,
" Patent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Enameled "
" " Slippers.
Childrens' Kid Laced Boots,
" Fancy " ' " :
" Roan "
" Kid Peg "
" Enameled "
Goat ' "
" Fancy ." "
Misses Kid Slippers,
" Fancy Laceo1 Boots,
Together with eve:y variety of Boots and
Shoes, of Mens', Woinens Bnd childrens'
wear, at the lowest prices, at
BRATTON'S.
School Rooks.
McGUFFEY'6 SERIE8 COMPLETE.
OPELLERS, First, Second, Third Fourth
and r ilth Headers. The Heman'a Young
Ladies Readers.
Pineo's Primary Grammer,
Analytical '
" Enalith Teacher.
Rav'sArethmatic, Parts First. Second and
Tliim, Ray's Algebra, Parts First and Second,
M..r2..ir..... VI--.:- n ... .
i..i,viuiir a jiici iic i rimers.
The Elementary Speller.
Webster's school Dictionary.
Mitchel's PrimarvGeoeranhv.
Mitchel's large school Geography, latest
edition.
Copy Books, Slates, Pencels and all kinds
ol stationary for schools, for sale tt
BRATTON'S.
CINCINNATI, May 4—P. M. Marietta & Cincinnati R. R.
OPEN 30 MILES EAST Of CH1LL1COTHE.
N Monday, April 30, and thereafter regu
J larly.a Passenger and Freight Train will
run naiiv (bumlays excepted) between Crul
licothe and Raysville (20 miles East J as fol
lows:
Leave Chill icothe at 3:30 P.'M., on arri
val, ut Train from Cincinna't.
Arrive at Raysville at 5 p. m.
Leave Raysville at 9 a. m.
Arrive at Chillicothe at 10:30 a. in
lima for Train to Cincinnati.
The Train will stop regularly at London
derry Station, ami, on signal or notice to the
Conductor, will atop, to take on or let off pas
sengers, at the crossing of the Richmond ntl
Chillicothe road, and at Charleston road croj
sing, near Simmons'.
Tassenters leaving Raysville at 9 a. m
spend an nour at Chillicoihe, and reah Cin
cinnati at 5:40 P. M.
Fare between Raysville and Cincinnati, $3,50
do. do. do. do. Chillicothe, 60
Freight, to be delivered at points on the
road where the Railroad company has not
Freight Agents, must be prepaid; and all ar
ticles will beat the risk of the owners, at the
Stations where Depot buildings and Agencies
have not been established, from the time they
are delivered as directed or marked, or until
taken on the cars, as the case may be. -JOHN
WADDLE, Sup't.
April 27, '55,tf.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
HE Undersigned are prepared to fill all
X orders for LUMBER, of any and all
kinds used in building, and for PLASTER
ING LATH, tt the shortest notice.
We have on hand 100,000 Plastering
Lath, and will deliver them in McArthur,
Hamden, Allensville, Prattsville, or sny of
our neighboring towns, at short noti and on
fair terms. B. P. HEWITT & CO.
apr. 27, '55'. 3m. . , -
NOTICE TO BUILDERS. TIME TABLE!
OF THE
Marietta & Cincinnati R.
r iu
fpWO Daily Trains between Chillicothe
A and Cir.rinnnti Tm rhitlin.K.
1 lT ''ui villlllLVlinDl
6 c. clock a. m and reach Cincinnati at 1 1
o'clock, s. m. Leaves Chillicothe at 1 1 J o'
clock, a. m., and reaches Cincinnati at & ; 40
P.M. ' f? x i : ' . ... ;' -
Returning, leaves Cincinnati at' 0" o'clock
a.m., and reach Chillicothe at 3 :25 P. M.
Leaves Cincinnati at 3:20 P. M. ami m. ii
CMUicothe tt&2S P. M.1."
: ; JOHN: WADDLE," :
April S, 1855; tf. J Superintendent,
$ftf$ MV OliKi of every deecriotwo neatly
icd, erthisvaice. '
John Robbins" lo Viaion eoant? Com
mm .1 Hi. . si a
i rieas, Marca itrm,
Margaret Var. !
ner and others. J Pastitiom.
MARGARET VARNER. Margaret
Lana, intermarried with Horrace
Lane. Levi A. Pariih, Isaac Parish.Jemi-
ma Trump, intermarried wilh Jacob
Trump, Cynthia Augenbaugh, intermar
ried with Augenbaugh, Anna
House, intermarried withGaorca House.
and Stephen Parish, whose places of res
idence are unknown, and Sarah Vimtr.
of Muskingum county, Ohio, will take
notice that a petition was filed against
them on the 23d day of August, A. D.,
1S54. in the Court of Common Pleas of
said Vinton county, Ohio, by John Rob.
biiu, and is now pending, wherein said
fohn Robbing demands partition of the
following Real Estate, situated in said
Vinton county, to wit: The uorth east
qusrter and the north east quarter of the
north-west qusrter of Section 26, Town
ship eleven, Range seventeen, excepting
seveuteen acres on the north side of said
north east quarter, a id excepting, also,
one sixteenth of an acre of said land,
used as a burying ground for Samuel Var
ner, deceaaed, and his family, contain
ing one hundred and eighty. three acres,
more or less. And that at the next term
of said Court application will be made
by said John Robbins for tn order that
partition be made or aaid premises.
JOHN ROBBINS,
By LEVI DUNGAN,
Apr. 20, 1855 6w. Aft Attorney.
The State or Ohio, Vinton t'ounly.
John Wiuters, PlainO
tiff,
against i Civil Action.
Lucinda Miller, and I
Other, Defendants. j
THE unknown heirs of James Miller,
deceased, are hereby notified that
the said John Winters, on the first dav
of February. 1855, filed his petition
gainst them and others, in the Court oi
Common Pleas of said county of Vinton;
the object and prayer of which, is to
correct a mistake in the description of
the following pramises.towit: Thesouth
west quarter of 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 Jhn
Winters, on the I6th day ol August,
1843; said mistake consisting in the
substitution in the above description of
the northwest quarter for the touth
west quarter of said Section, and the
said unknown heirs of said James Mil
ler, deceased, are further notified that
they are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 9th day of June,
A. D. 1855.
E. F. BINGHAM,
April 13,'55. 6w. Atl'y for PlVfT.
1855, SEW SPR1XG GOODS, 1855,
JAMES PURSELL,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE OEALEB IN
FANCY f- STAPLE DRV-GOODS,
QUEENS WARE, CHINA ANDf.
$ GLASS. J
Front Strcrt, P0RTS31OUTH, Ohio.
NEW "GOODS.
I HAVE just received and am now opening
the largest and most desirable stock of
Goods ever exhibited in this market.
Having made arrangements fo; a large trade
I shall offer unusual inducements to cash
hu vers, resnonsible imrl'iHS Inr npcrntiuMa na.
per, or fpr Pig Iron in Ipts of jv tons pr up
ward. The attention of Merchants and Furnace
Owners is respectfullv invited.
JAS. PURSELL.
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, 1854.
Ulie Coiler Erect!
E. ,A BRATTON,
w
ILL keen constantly on hand a lrre
wen seieciea. and seasonable stock o!
ii - . , . ; o :
DRY GOODS!
Such as Clotlta, Ctminurea, Vesting, Sati
netts, Mcrinot, Alpacat, De Lainr, Cashmeres-
Lawns, Ginghams, Calicoes. Laces,
Brocades, qC, d-e. A choice selection ol
Quccnswarc,
Glasstoare, Britania-viare,c.
IIARDWARE.-Sws. Axes. Hatchets.
Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Rasps,
t ... . ....I'
rues, miners in enon.evemning in this line.
B O OK S, School Books. Sons Books.
Miscelaneous Books of all kinds; Prints,
tctuuis. raperantl Stationery or every variety
HATS AXD CAPS!
The finest Silk and Fur Hats and Caps;
also, Cashmere, Wool and Cotton Hats and
Caps, (mens' and boys',) at prices tasuitcus-
to mere.
BOOTSand SHOES.Ment and Boys,
Womens' and Childrens, of every possible
quamy ana price. .
FR.SSH GROCERIES!
Rio Coffee, Loaf Sugar, New Sugar, Rice,
Imperial, Young Hyson, and Black Teas.hest
quality; incw Molasses, repper, Spue, Gin
ger. Saleralus, &c, all of the best family Gro
ceries. . E. A. BRATTON,
epril 6. tf.
Spring Trade for m.
1 wish to announce to the customers of
S.S. Demuth & Co., and the public, that
I have bought Mr. Derauth's interest in said
Firm, aud that thA Cftmn hiicinpttsa .t lh
Blue Corner will "push along and keep mov-
ilie" with the timA'a. I wish tn ma La lump
Spring purchase as prudence will permit
iiicac iiinri), OI1U IU oroer 10 UO SO MUST HAVE
honey; I don't want 10 per rent. Judgment
iivitb, Uur anymiug oi rne na ; I neiiner
ElVe nQr1nkft thpfiA nntMf,ft(MAii frtanJe
V. w .IVI..IIUIUVUI iiibiiuai
1 hope those w ho will see this sotice.will raise
rre mrv ii noi an oi ineir intteDiedness in
the next three weeks, during which time, I
will sell out at cost, and lower than ever
Goods weie bought in this plice. for cash.
pril 5,tf. . E. A. BRATTON.
Fine Farm for Sale.
Iain authorized to sill a good
Farm of 96 acrt'a, Ivine im
media lei v west nf Vmts.ill...
95 acres cleared, a cabin hsuse, stab e, good
orchard, and an excellent will of water;- the
land lies well for tilling and is well watered,
being in a good neighborhod,and onlv about
three miles from the MarrieUa & Cin.'R. R.
For Terms and prica. call, on me at Mc
Arthur., ... .... A- Biutto.
APrin3th,185;--tf. ,,t,,--?
FAMILY FLOUR, JIBT : RECEIVED
a lot of Fresh Flour, from H6l'lko's
Mitt, Ross cp., O, and foriale at tne lowest
figure at: ' BRATTON'S.
The Stale sf Ckio, Tutoi Coolly.
AUxander Vaoderford
and wife,' : . ,
, ' y Partition.
Rebecca Dixon, et at. J . .
VH E defendants, Rebeccs Diion.
daaghter of Joseph Diion, deceased,
Jm.e Dixon. William Dixon, Jacob Dix
on, Ruth Dixon, Joseph Dixon, Marv
JJiiou, Margaret Duon.Emilr Aon Dix
on. minor heirs of Josrph Dixon, dee'd:
John W. Graves and Nancy Giaves, mi
nor neirsol WillUrn Graves,. deceased,
Eleanor Graves, widow of William
Graves, deceased, and Rebecca Dixon,
widow of Joseph Dixon, decessed. all
of the county of Vinton and State of
Ohio, will take notice, that on the 24th
day of March, A. D , 1855, the said
Alexander Vanderford'and Nancv Van
derford, filed their peiition in theConrt
of Common Pleas of Vinton county,
aforesaid, where the sema is now pend
ing, demanding partition of the follow
ing premises, situate in aaid county, to
wn: ine west half of the north-cast
quarter of Section fifteen: the north
ait quarter of the north-west quarter
ol Section fifteen; the south west quar
terof the north-west quarttrof Section
fifteen; the south-east quarter of the
north-west quarter of Section fifteen.
the east half of the north-east quarter
oi section fifteen; the north east quar
ter of the north east quarter of Section
twenty-two; the south east quarter of
the south west quarter of Section ten:
the north west quarter of the aouth east
quarter of Section ten; the north west
quarter of the south west quarter of Sec
tion ten; the north 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
ginning at a stone it the south west
corner of said quarter, thence running
north sixteen poles and ten feat to a
stone on the western line of said quar-
ter; thence starling at the aforesaid
stone, corner of siid quarter,' running
east twenty-one rods and four feet, to a
stone on the southern line of said quar
ter, thence on a straight line across the
corner of said quarter, to the same stone,
on the western line north of the corner
stone, sixteen poles and ten feet. All
of said tracts of land lying and being
iu Township nine (9), aud Range nine
teen (19,) of said county, and being in
all about four hundred and .eighty-two
acres anil 47-100 of an acre, more or
less. .
The ssid petitioners demand that par
tition be made of said premises as fol
lows: .To said petitioners, Eleanor
Graves, and the said minor heirs of Jo
seph Dixon, decessed, each one equal
fourteenth. , To the said minor heirs of
William Graves,, deceared, eifS three
equal tweuty-eighth parts; to Rebecca
Dixon, widow of Joseph Dixou, deceased,
dower lit the whole, and to Eleanor
Graves dower in three equal, undivided
fourteenth parts of said premises. And
so id defendants are further notified that
at the next term of said Court an appli
cation will be made by the said peti
lionera fot an order that partition may
be made, &c, of said premises, and for
all other orders necessary and proper iu
the case. .. E. F. BINGHAM,
Atl'y lor Dcmandents,
. April 13,' '55. 6 w.
Court of lommoa ricai' Fiuton County, ObJo
t
John LorJ, Plaintiff,
against
Richard 3, Van Wey iCitil Action.
Catharine Van Wey,
Defenup;U, j
THE sard defendants who reside in the
county of Panola and Stale of Tex
as, sre hereby notified that the plaintiff,
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 Vinton, the object and prayer
of which is to compel the said defend
ants to convey to the plaintiff all their
right, title and claim, by virtue of the
heirship of the said Caihariue to the
estate o! Nathan Lord, deceased, in the
following premises, situate in Hie coun
ty of Vinton and State of Ohio, and
described as follows, to wit: Being a
part of the west part of the south east
quarter of Section twenty-eight, Town
ship eleven, of Bangs seventeen, aud
being all tie land contained in the west
part of said quarter, section designated
aud marked as belonging to John Lord
upon a plat and survey made by Samuel
B. Pruden, formerly Surveyor of Athens
county, Ohio, dated February 6th, 1834,
except eigh "Veres theretofore rouvey
ed by NaihaPrd. deceased, to John
Lord; containing fifty-two (52) acres,
more or less, or that in default of aaid
defendants conveying their interestanrl
estate in said premises to the ' plaintiff
by a short day :o be named by aaid Court,
then that the Record in this cause ope
rate as such convejance in the bands of
'.he plaintiff, bis heirs and assigns. The
plaintiff detiands conveyance ' from
defendants as aforesaid, by. virtue of a
certain bond, executed by said Nathan
Lord in his lifetime, for the conveyey:e
of the aloreiaid premises to the plain
tiff, for a: valuable consideration then
paid by the plaintiff to said Nathan
Lord, since deceased.
The defendants are further notified
that they are required to answer to said
petition on or before the 9th day of June,
1855. E.F.BINGHAM.
aprI3 6w , Atl'y for Pl't'ff.
BLUE CORNER.
THE co-partnership heretofore -existing
between the subscribers, under the firm
of S. S. Demuth & Co.,was this dav dissolved
by mutual consent; S. S. Demuth having sold
nisenvire interest u JS. A. tSratlon, by wtiom
all claims will be settled and all debts collec
ted.. , - .... S. S. DEMUTH,
April 1st, 1855. K. A. BRATTON.
Clothing!
Ihave small Stock of Ready Made Cloth
ing left, thatl will sell out at Cost. Call
and see at - , . , ; ; BRATTON'S, )
..STRAW CUTTERS.; ,
nf) YANKEE Straw Cutters, from 7 to
iJ 112 1 received tt the Gilt Anvil.
. DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July 29, 1853. , , .
Hoarders Wanted!
A FEW BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOM
MODATID b V a nnlvins imn at 1.1 RFRT V
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HALL. v. CAMPBELL
Martk 30, 1654. 3w tv - .
R v L L OY D-&GQ:r;-
WHOLESALE BOOT AND SHOfi WAREHOUSE..
NO. 3. BUCKEYE BLOCK. FRONT STREET. PORTSMOirTH. OHIO r
HAVE just received their extensive FALL STOCK, consisting of all the bleat strWVseff
fashions. Our stock havinebeeii purchased direct from the manufacturers, principal!?
for cash, with great care in the selection of qualitv and sizes adopted to the Western trade, we
are enabled to offer superior inducements this Faft, and are determined not to be ndersoUI
by any regular house either in rew York, rhilailelphta or Baltimore, i t . .v. v:f .. . i
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots and Shoes will be found a lart and wall seUc
tedstockof HATS AND CAPS. , , ..T.. ,,r,.,,
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trad. Merchants and Furnace Owners visiting out ottf,
are invited to call and examine for theiriselves.
TO THE LADIES.' ' r l l :' ' M"
We are now manufacturing a superior article of Ladies' sod Misses' Gaiters, Buskins anil
Slippers. Having procured some of the beat workman ia the West, we are prepared to sup
ply those who want custom work. '
LEATHER. .v.,
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather, 12.00 lbs. No. I White Sole Leather, 30 dose
French Calf Skins, 25 dozn Crawford's Skins, 10 dozen KipSkiuf. Upper leather sod Shot
Findings always on hand and for sale at the
January 20. 1851
lowwt market price.
lv.
NEW HOTEL-
L1BERTYJIALL.
MAIN ST., M' ARTHUR, OHIO.
A. CAMPBELL,
ANOUNCES to the traveling public and
citizens of Vinton county, that be has
opened a new Hotel in the buildinga formerly
occupied by Mr. James Dodge, aa a store and
resilience. Extensive additions and re pa ire
have been made to the house ami stables.
The house has been newly furnished.
HIS TABLE,
Shall be supplied wilh the best viands 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 give
him a call.
N. B. Bills as reasonable as the times
will permit. A. CAMPBELL,
March 18, J853. lrr.
FAJ1LY MEDIClNESt
E. A. BIATTON,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR. O.,
T7"EEP constantly on hand the following
o-v. ueuuine ana ropuiar Medicines:
FILLS.
Seller's Liver Pills, Dr. Lee's Pills.
WORM MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermifuge, Drs. Jones McL's do.
COUGH SYRUP.
Seller's Imp'l C. S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup.
LINIMENTS.
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. B. Liniment
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst, Relief do.
FOR THE HAIR. ,
Lyon's Katha iron, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Cologne.
Castor Oil, Sweet Oil,
BrituhOil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicamenlum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, Batesman's Drops.
Sloan's Condition Powder; and Essences of
all kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
April 6, 1855. tf
JAMES McGlLLlYMY,
MAIN 8TREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
SADDLE . in HARNESS MAM'FAlTlRER,
At hit old Siand appoint J. X. It D. Will's,
RFSPECTFULLYin-rjA
forms his numerousift
Customers and the public, eenerallv.
that he is now prepared to supply all demand
in the way of Saddles Buggy, Coach, and
Team Harne&;CoUars,Whips and Spurs.
and every other article connected with the
Trade; all Manufactured" out of i'ue best Ma
terials, and by the best of Workmen. Call
end examine Work and Prices, before you
purchase elsewhere.
COT HIDES, &c, taken in exchange for
work, at the highest Market prices. '
CELEBRATED HORSE .
HI
WILL be found the ensuing season at
the following plates, to wit: On
Mondays and Tuesduys at Liberty Hall Sta
bles, McArthur, O., on Wednesdays at Prats
ville, on Fridays at Morris Ogan's, Swan tp.,
on Saturdays at the residence of the subscri
ber in Elk tn.
Terms: Four dollars for insurance. Non
attendance or parting with the animal before
known to be with foal forfeits the insurance.
PEDIGREE. Su et'thrlcr is a beauti
ful dapple dun, black legs, mane and tail, 17
hands hieh, 7 years old, a fant walker and ea'tl-
ed, well calculated for the saddle or harness.
He is of a strain of horses of horses thai are
among the best in the Union; he recommends
himself when seen, and has taken a tVmlum
every year but two since foaldcd; hi aire was
a thorough bred horse. Johs T. tJotra.
apr. 13. 2in. ...
STORE & DWELLING FOR SALE.
I WILL SELL the Store Room
Dwelling House, located in
PrattsTlllP. Vinton co., O.. and
now occupied by J. d S. Svepston.,
PfiATTaviLLS is situated six anile 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 bast locations in V m tun 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. , : ; j
j. o. swetland. . : :
; C. B. COGSWELL.
SWETLAXD ffCSWEl, ;
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS,
AND TANNERS & CURRIERS,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO
ANNOUNCES to their friends, and the
public, that they have formed, co-partnership
for five years, in the above business.
BOOTS AND SHOES;
Mens'. Womens, Boys. and Youths', ol vtry
variety will be kept constantly on hand,' and
made to order at the shortest possible notice,
and on the most liberal terms. - - )
TANNING tf- CURRYINQ.-lbn
of all kintU;Sole.Upper.EipandCa,USkin,
kept constantly on hand nd for sale at the
lowest figures" ; Tertona bringing Hides can
have them Tanned on the shares.
COT Hides and Tan Bark, wanted at all
times, for which th hiehest prices will be
' December 22. 1854. tt ,
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LOOK HERB
jobn fwEreroR sancit swEmoii.
J& S. SWEPST0N have opened a fine
Stock of Goods at PR ATTXVII.T.fi1 o
Call and see for yourselves. .
ic ut, lbM. 6mo., -, ....
'
1655. NEW STOCK OF
185$;
tA vifrp rcnTinrci
LATE AWUVAUl. . . '
I have just rfctived my Spring Sloe's,
comprising s Rreat variety o FANCY
and STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and
others art invited to call before, purch,
aaing elaewbere, as they will find a com
plete assortment, and at prices that will
compare wilh any Establishment of lha
kind in this section of the conntry.
Ths following articles comptj Pr
of my extenilv assortment: i. t
150 packs pins . , -
200,000 percussion caps. .;,
600 dozen spool cotton, .. tJ
50 gross buttons, .
50 dozeu suspenders. ; . "
150 lb skein cotton. . . i
12 lb sewing silk,. ,.: , : .-, .
5 lb twist silk - . . .. ? ...... p ;,: -
500 gross hooks and ajea. ,
30 dozen rasor strops. . . .,. ., i . .. ,,,,
300 dozen combs, all kinds. ,.v ;.
50 reams cap, letter and cote rp. : -20,000
envelopes. . , , . ,
300 dozen tapes,
130 dozen soaps. . .,J -, . - .,.
40,000 fish books. . .
25 gross fish lines.. . , ; , , .,
20 gross lead pencils. -
100.000 needles. , .o, .. . . i
100 bundles wafers. ,'. , . ".,-- - - i
40 dozen knives. . ..... .
30 dozen scissors.- -'t-.,
10 gross spoons.
20 gross jews hsrps. ,, ,
3 gross French bsrps. . ..." "j
30 dozen slates. .
3000 slate pencils. . -..,, .,
30 gross thimbles. . . , . rJ
100 dozen porta monales. ,si.
200 lb patent thread. . . ',
Jat bracelets, .-.x t . ,-. ; V
Ladies' work boxes and ra'.iculas.,.
Fine hair brushes and combs - - .-
Qulta percha, puff and long combs. ;.
S,S Slnd S S S fine combs. : ... ...
Skirt atd dress whalebone, -.?
Corset and shoe laces. s - : x Vi
Stilettoes, elastics and sleeve bands.
Teeth anil nail bruahes
Steel pens and holders. ,, . , ,f
Match safes.
Alabaster ornaments. '" '.','. '
Linen 6c cotton, floss crochet cotton'
Zephyr worsted and needles.' .' "
Gold finger and ear rings. ' '
Gold, plated. and common jewelry; and'
other articles too numerous to panicu
larize. .,...
CIGARS AND TOBACbb!
Dealers and others purchasing Cigar.1
will find thp largest Stodk in Ut' City4
varying from 5 to f 30 per M. . As U
the fine cigars ate manufactured on, the
premises, purchasers of fine cigars miy.
depend upon getting the quality, of pi
gar they pay for, as satisfsction is guar
anteed in H-casts. Also. on. hand.
Cavendish add Fine Cut' Che wing ,Tj-t
bacco, Pipes, dc, a. the Cheap"N,ot'i,on
Stpre next to the Valley Bunk,. Second
Street. . , ;R, 0AVISONv:
CmLLicotHB. Oi, Alarch 21855.
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BOOKS & STATIONERY
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No. i; Union fBldck, Setond Sl'ritl,
1 cHiLiicOTiiE;ufdHi6;."t
KEEPS constantly aVwhoksale, pnd're.
tair, a complete assortment Of ,
M1SCELLANE OUS'AND SCHOOl
. BLANK BOOKS. ifiTi.
T10NER VRTIS T-S'.MA TEhil
..RIALS WALL PAPER, .j
, u; rERFVMERr. FANCr' .
' . ', ' ARTICLES, (fc, 4c
" doors, magazines and fiewspcpefe
ceied as soo as publish.'
Countn Mnriknta .ms tnvtlsl I-u. .t..
nis stock.nd cwrakler his terms of; trade.
January 19, lfc54.-tf. , . t
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1SUES to . inform, the -ejtijeos jof ihU
remmunitv. thai h r
'rT6? ? ,n b,,5d' wperior Ktide
of fcadstrtds. also a good assortmenCof
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES
be Mtded thiattwntry.roartBd with m
nees nd.dapatUltfc.i taeleo-pftprect iofmsn
ulaclare benrk crmwa n.l k..ui . r .
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