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Later From Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA,
Vienna Conference Fruitless.
Arrest of the Sultan's Brother in law.
NEW YORK, May 9.
Tti AU arrived el H.iu.i el 10 A.
NkiLiug definite U knovvu relative to
lb cuudiiio.1 ul the ne'e. Ii u the
general impression that it it (unr.bie
lo the Allies, but the Rustiaus taiuru
ttietr fire iu spirited manner.
UlTAILl Of UriHATIOJi. Apiil 14ih.
TLe bombardment is cuiitiuued niUi
and day f rum BtU guns, each bring Jiu
rounds. The M.ineioii lower ha. been
silenced, and oii,e round to'er gum.
Citiueiiiled, bui Bedm and Garden oat
Wriee keep up a heavy lire, No imme
diately prospect cl mi u baa u 1 1 -
During the wgbt ol Hie Mill i mutt
Bauguiuary battle raged be'.uceu the
French aud Russians, m vvlucli ilia lur
mrl destroyed the Russian title aiiibu
Cd in frunt of (tie Mulukull lower.
April 11 Ui. -A U la (id ic Ii to die Fienth
Government bay luir lue ul the licm.li
batteries maintains ll bupcriuni). We
have sprung mine belura the luuii
battery, It a dibtaute ul 50 meter., .here
by openings new parallel a null ha.
bttli succebtlully joined lu oilier.
Before Lord Julm Kunbti icli Vuiuu
lie had private iuierview ul luu hum.
with Count Buol ami Druui n Ue I' huts,
ud hii deparluu la postponed lor a lew
tl.ys lo diotuss mallei, vvr.u u.e Aus
TtVKET. Alt lr me i Ali, the Suliuu'b
brother-in-law hub been a lit a ltd ami
seul tu SinoLe, thurgeti w iUi being tiuu
Lle.ome. Fsasce. The Fiench Exhibition link
Iff a postponed I rum t tie lUiti tu the
Lkglad The general opinion in
Englau.i ii that the war must tun tin ue
lur a lengthened period,
'1 be London '1 1 inc. sj eaks of the puli
cy ol the new Lzir as muie audawou.
I, .all liittl ol Nicholas, uiiU bay. u la ku
egaided llnuugliuuiLi.ro e.
A uUpauli i.uiii i he tniiitii ol A j r 1 1
17th, icporib the ihule u la nt":b ttu'"
full)' iu the Freudi camp,
Ihe cholera, Luulinued lib ravage at
St. Petersburg. A serious uuilluw ul
IbC Nwb uci uried, luiiaiug muili ill
utjb ai d ticatiuctiuii ol m eny,
CHICAGO, May 8.
The Mis-onri Affjiisoi' the 1st. pub
ibLc llie prucrtiluis of a iiidSb n.ei-iii.j;
t VetiMi, 'I'lie letriulioiis pts.-(i
k.j thkt eil dt'leiae reqinrrs ilie txpii!
iou of every perai'ii briiif;ii g intu re
j iojcIi liegru slavery; tli.il ruiil'rrs hihI
iiuilorv bate no tight to tlic prd i-i'.iuii
l l hut il.fy rutity ihe pri'tf euin,
.n the l uiMiI.e rut, u u J u roved li.r
itfoluiioiu in ifird :o il.r .Me'hoilis:,
in! add Wit if tu aii niii.iiUiH piruthii';;
I rejuilicial to niaver), ttui they h.ive no
t ikniiiciitb an.iinbt Abulitu'ii but
u.e .V,i.-ton, 1 1 1 t r, b boiiliic, uu, lii ni
Hiyr, Jlity i,leili:e i lie intch us tu U' to
Kiii.kaii and iit j i., cxjcl th'ise foriUt
.. ilavt 8, ttli.l tall a j.r.uul iiijjf u.Crl
at 1'arkt : i,e on it..- ijiii )i.t.
The October Election.
The Loftii (,'cxiii'e, ;tl .nut tiic cn'j
Vliijj jMj.rr i;i llif Staif vliii!i Ims rv
uiameil true tci tlic pri.!ci.Ii'S r.kI ix -rng
aJvowttil liy i h.-ivr nml Cl.iy,
i't fjieakitij ol' lU: LhUiber Kli-tli-ui,
"Tucrc will, wp njvpri.'Itcud, l-o t'irce
it:ke's lor St;i' ollia-is nxt I'rtll viz :
die Dt'mociatic, tin Frei; tioi !. and tlte
Know No liiiis. JusJ-ikhv, the Dun
erratic dinners of suffer are to n
(lie lefil, as av:ral,!eus those oi'tlieir
rpponenls. They have (u esc nod., as
Wings onglit to li tve done, Hieir purty
ranie and organization, ami Hii Ee are
Men!. These will let-all iiom llie
ledges many n triiciil lucoloco who
went in ttx iely btil of turiustly, to take
a look at Sail
The Free Soil f te tvil! le incrcas
rcj greatly over any veto hil'.ierlo givni
i.y that party distinctly, lis augment
ed itiei;gth will be drawn I nun the
Know Kolhiiigs, inaitily. Know No
thingifin is snfering y-M new 1kiii gtti--nl
debility. In l.n-t, we think it has
incurred the loss oi'botli head and tail
it lias cchieved severe blows on the
IJeserve, by anli blnvery succession,
nd in Cincinnati also, by its late dis
Cjtrous c!e If at.
Mb. Soule ivd Levis Na'i.o' A
n.ecting of the friend' of i'.r. nule was
field, at New Oileaus few dais since,
congratulating him tin his return to that
city, Mr. Soule, in replying to the
complimentary resolutions lorwariled to
bim, speaks thus f Louis Napoleon ;
"1 come buck tu too with a head un
liunled by ire which the mere mention
fmj- name lias bud the privilege of
provoking in the torpid brent I of the
crowned cut throat ""who lulcs iver
France, and with a brow on which the
most abject sr4 reckless catamnis have
not as yet been able to start a blush
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, May 18, 1855.
A pp'.es, Dried- -121
Lacou Hams per lb. 11
" Shoubler ' H
' Star-.-... 2i
Cotton Yarns---- 1&
Coffee, Rin-.- 12a 1 2i
Featliers pr lb.- - l
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,01
Fish, Cod prlb..-.. I
v" Mackerel $12a2!
Lard pr lb.
Molasses. N. 0. gal. 3.";
" 8.H. " 40
, " Louf - -
" Crushed- 10
Salt, Kanawha, lin. 55
leaf. Icose iu nscks
" V. H., lb. . 4510
" GtitipSvdef 55
l'ii, iJiru nrcui.
Oil, Linseed "
PotatiHF. Irish.. Vib
soleratuspr lb.-- 5o5J
allow in lu...- II
Tnrrr bbl.- 5.50
Iimothy seea, ttioa
Wheat or bu.---- 1,25
.Whiskey, Common 3y
" G. S. . . M
V , ftlon liaia. ao
" Uve, 60
Nells, " 10 to 8d 8-1 i
lEALtn IN tBZ COOC3 AND CLCT1KO.
7 OULO teg lev to announce to his
V nuinernus customers and the public
generally, that he i now in receipt of hit!
Spi'iiiV hikI Summer Ciootlw at his
lore in the nest purl of his new block. On
Wutrr Street, Chillirothe. From the long
exi?ri'ii: e he bus had in business, end the lib
eral piitroiiae irciofurHPt-nded to him
which Ims enabled libit to purchase g iods foi
cam oniv, ne n titers liiinsf ll llml tip run sell
hisKoixUdt louer prii-es thiol he has ever
done belure, and isroiitidt-nt that be ran com
p te iviihuii) honest dejlcr vve?t uf the moun
tain. Ilia fiiruirh'uiK o lj ar- coiuplete,
and i an fit nut a customer to ever article
requited. His clothing d, artmrni en not
tx- excelled, as to neatness of lit. ihinbilitir
of wear and strength of sewinc Mistoivls
ureselecteil by himself from the best Ktirojx un
mid Aii.erican ui.inufacturirs. with gteatenre
and u Iten ti :n and vvarr.iiil.'d all sound.
Tliei-e good he w ill stll ui ten pur vnt
lower than any other mun in the city of Cliil
iicoihe. Cull and ree lor yourselves, and oe
conviui-ed by ocular demonstration.
P, S lie would also bes lenve tosnnnunre
lo thi citizen of Chill'ientlie. Monro. Lew
burj;h, Lexington. Martinsville anil adjoin
iug towns, that he has a regular line of bouts
running to the real mines, and that he is
irmly to (i nimct for e.ond Hocking serene
coal at market prices, and that he will deliv
er real toanv of the above stations on the
IUi In ml In feriling their orders by mail.
lie w ill also have a supply of Juckson and
New Ctslle cool fur E'.uckniii.hiiiK pttrpotei
ulwavs t n hiiud. niavll bo 3nm.
WILLI A M SISCA 11? S ESTA TE
IVJ 0T1CK is her.diy. given, tint the tinier-
L 1 ko'iipiI Iih hii ilulir nni.ntntH.1 n tirl
qua'ified as executor of the last Will and Tes
tament nl William Sinclair; lute t f Vinton
countv, Ohio. deij:ed.
niHvll-:w. THOMAS SINCLAIR.
ANNOUNCES t.v the citizen of Vin
ton enmity, that h" has jnstjeceived a
new slock of Books and iiiationuiy, (.insisting
in prl of
FAMILY CHILES, at prices from SI SO to
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS.
Round iu Morocco, gilt and common bind
ing Wffirs' LifeofWAHitKOTOir,
" " " Fdanki.1.1.
" ' " " Ma it ion.
Life of Dashx Boo:je,
' " Pi.ack Hawk,
' " Tkvmsi.ach.
Siiaxeteah's works complete.
P.vnos'n " "
Life of 1'. T. TIaksvu.
I.e Auihg.ib's llistorv of the Reforinatinn.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Know lluoe.
TliNAtD'i R: :;.M) in' A. a Rnntsnre,
lljles llistorv ot th-. Urli terl State'.
Griiiishiiw'H llisiorv ril the United States.
Child lit Hoiii.'. a Motal Tale.
Ti e CttifiMin n, tl e I.flit of the Temple.
;u:il .VielrMuies lor the t.niit. contaiuinii nn
cxi e! 'en t selection ol II) inns and Odes' suita
lie for evry occasion.
St) AO' BOOKS.
. TleAmrmi.li Songster. Parlor Soncstei.
Mxile f, I-rin. bunts of Old Ireland. Key.ro
S' ii-s. and u variety of other Si'iin Boo s.
Mi. ml and Instructive storv hnolm loriliil-
Iren Pictorial 'fuv Boolts furchildrju, of every
Ji'.tlices' Dockets. Lpaeri (mil Day Cooks,
iuinui in leather and hall binding, of all sizes.
IVt Cup rerer. Clue Post Letter Paier.
Commercial Note Paper. Bill Puier. also Ink,
Qoiiis. S'.eel Pen.i. Sand'Bi xis. Inksinmls.
Waters. Wtiliig Simd, mid Slntioipirv ol
evrrv kind, all ol ul.ii li will be sold ut the
invve-t lin'tre-i. for cash. miv-1 '51. tf
E. A. BRATTO.V.
f'CGUFFEY'S SERIES COMPLETE.
QPJ.l.bb.KS, First. Second, Third Fourth
O mid Filth Euaders. The lleuun's Youiiz
l'iniio'b Piituary G rammer,
" English Tear her,
Civ's Awihinatic. Parts First. Second and
Third. lUv's Aljielira. Parts First and Second.
IV' Gull'ev'u Klectic Primers.
The l.lemeut.iry Speller.
Wlisier's school Dictionary.
Mitchel's Primary Geography.
Alitchtl's UiLe ti.hool Ueocranbe, latest
Copy Books. Slates. Peurels and all kinds
offrtutiouary for school?, ht saleit
1 .1 - L . I' A P E R a n a U 0 11 0 li E S .
PAPER YOUR RCCM3.
1IIAVK just received ihe greatest vnriely of
Wall Paier, Fireboard Screens, Window
Paper und Coolers, ever before ofP-r.'d for
Rulii in McAilIiur. Call a:Vl see for vonrelf
JUST received the best Rin CofT.??. Prim J
Snsav, Rica, Golden Svrtiii, M.d isse-i.
Cheese, M ick rel, Imp-rial Black, an I Y. H
li'as, lobiccos ot every kind. plceA ol all
kinds, nul a general assortm 'lU.of Griiceries:
uli ol which 1 waiiunior no sale.at the lowest
cash price.i at - BRATTON'S.'
LirPEXCOTTS Axes, warranted 30 days
or llie money refmlei!. Ha tchets war
timed. Tilletsnii's Handsaws warranted,
Diair Locki". Thumb Lalc'ies. Butts, Screw,!,
Augers. Smoothing-irons, Curry Combs.
Hone Crushes, Files, Rasps, in ehol every
thing in the Hardware line, at
C. P. 1BACV. J. OAKLS.
CP, TRACY & CO.,
Manvfaetiircn and Wholesale
' ' DbALEB fa
COOTS. SHOES, II ATS,
' " LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
Cue deef ' tdew" P. Hiimrj k Co' Ennk,
troni Strut, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 27, 1655. ly.
A FEW BOARDliRS CAN BE ACCOM
il uodateo by a pply ing soon a t LI BERTY
1MLL. A. L7AA1 1 iL,Lij.
Morck 30. 1651. Sw.' ' s
.YANKEE Straw Cutters, from 4? to
(12 i received at the Gilt Anvil.
DErvMrvG, CAMPBELL & CO.
JUST reieived the Inrgestand best selection
of Boots aiid Slicri ever opened in this
market, consisting of
Gents. Kiianieled Brogans.
" Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" French CMlfliuois,
Ladies Knameled Luce Boots,
" Goat " '
" Sewed .
" Luced Gaiters,
" Pa teu t Leather.
" hiibini U-d Jeiiuey Liud'i,
" Patent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Luaineled "
" ' tlipirs.
Childreits' Kid 1iced Mil,
" Fancy " " "
" Una ii "
Kid Peg "
" KilHiueled " '
Guat " "
" Funrjr "
Misses Kid Clippers,
. " Fancy Lined Boots,
Together with every variety of Coots and
Mines, ol Mens , W. omens and clilktrens
wear, ai ll,e lowest prices, at '
Marietta & Cincinnati R.
ii r rrr rr L.
OPEN 23 MILES E AST CF CH1LL1CCTHE.
ON Momlay, April 30, and llierealter reati
larly. a Passenger and Freight Train will
run dailv (.Sundays excepteil) beivvern CluU
licothe and Kaysv-lle (20 miles East) as fol
lows: Leave Chillicothe t.1 3.30 P. M., on atri-
val ol Tniin from Cincinna'i.
Arrive at Kaysville at 5 P. U.
Leave Kavsville at 9 a. m.
Arrive at Chillicothe at 10:30 A, m., in
lima for Train to Cincinnati,
The Train will stop regularly at London
derry Station, and, on' signal or notice to the
Conductor, will stoii, to lake on or let off pus-
sengers, tit the crossing of the Iliilim(ind..iid
Chillicothe road, anil at Charleston ruad croi
sing, near Sinimons'.
pustcngers leaving Raysville at 0 A. H..
spend an hour at Chillicoihe, and reajli Cin
cinnati at 5:10 p. M.
Fre between Raysville snd Cincinnati, 3,50
(In. do, do, do. Chillicothe, f0
Freight, to be delivered at points on the
roud where the Railroad com puny has not
Fn iu,ht Agents must be prepaid; and all ar
tie'es will he at the rink of Ihe ownerit, at the
Sin till ns vv here Depot buildings arid Agpncies
Lave not I'c'i ii estiiblislieil, Irom the lime they
ate delivered as directed or maiked, or until
taken on the cars, us the cave may be.
JOHN WADDLE, Stip'l.
April 7, '55,'f.
OF THE Marietta & Cincinnati R. R.
rMYO iHiily Trains between Chillicolhe.
-L and Cincinnati Leaves Chillicolhe at
8 o'clock a. in., and. reach Cincinnati at 11
o'clock, a. in. Leaves Chillicothe at lljo'
clock, a. ni., and reaches Cincinnati at 0:40
Returning, leaves Cincinnati at 9 o'clock
a. in., ami reach Chillii othe at 3 :'25 P. M.
Leaves Cincinnati t 3:V0 P.M. and reach
Chillicolhe at 6:2: P. M.
April 6. 1555 tf. Superintrndtnt.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
'lHE ninh rs'j'ned are prepared to fill all
X order.o for LUMCER, of snv end all
kinds used in buildiitR. and for PLASTER
ING LATH, at the shortest notice.
We have on hand 100.000 Plastering
Lath, aid will tlelcrr them in McArtluir
Mamdcn, AUensville, Prattsville. or' any of
our neighboring towns, nt short notice and on
luir term. U. p. HKWllT & CO.
apr. '55. 3m.
ibins" In Vinto
Iu Vinton county Com.
M argii ret
ner hihI others j Partitiok.
ARGARET V ARNER, Mugsret
Lane, intermarried with Horrnce
Lane, Levi A. Parish, Isaac Parish. Jemi
ma Trump, intermarried with Jacob
Trump, Cynthia Augenbaiigh, intermnr
rled with Autienrtaiigh, Anna
House, intermarried with George Flonse,
and St phen Parish, w hose places of tes
idence are unkiiowii, and Saiah Varnrr,
of Muskingum county, Ohio, will lake
notice that a petition was filed against
them on the 23d dsy of August, A D
155-1. in ihe Court of Common Pleas of
said Vinton county, Ohio, by John Rob
bins, and is now pending, w herein said
John Robbins demands partition of the
following Rral Estate, situated in said
Vinton county, to wit: The north east
quarter end the north east quarter of the
north west quarter of Section 26. Tow n
shin eleven, Range seventeen, excepting
seventeen 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 buiyiug grnuml for Samuel Var
ner, deceased, 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 fur an order tbat
partition be made of said premises.
Ry LEVI DUNGAN.
Apr. 20. 1855 Cvv. his Altorntu.
llie Mlcor Uliio, Vinton futility.
John Winters," Plaiu-
against Civil Action.
LuiimU Miller, and I
others, Defendants. J -
.IU ,, ,, .,..,.4 V. WU.ilV
y deceased, are hereby notified that
the said John Winters, on the Grst'day
of February. 1855, filed his petition
against them and others, in the Court ol
Common Pleas of said co-.iuly of Vin on;
the object and prayer of which, is to
correct rai.take in ihe description ol
the following premises, t(.it: The south
west quarter of Section thirty(30), Town
ship eleven (II), Range seventeen (17),
in said coumy of Viniou, in a deed exe
cuted by said James Miller, deceased,
and wile, Lucinda Miller, lo said John
Winters, on the I6ih day ol Angus'.,
1643; said mistake consisting iu the
substitution in the above description ul
the north-west quarter for the touth
west quarter of said Section, and the
said uuknown hejis of said James Mil
ler, deceased, are further' notified that
they are repaired to answer said peti
tion on or before the 9ih of June,
A. D. 1655.
- " K. F. BINGHAM,
Aj-ril 1?.'05. 6w. An'; for PfftT.
Tlir Stale of Cbio, Tinton Conntf.
Alexsnder Vandeiford) '
and wife, J ....
M - PirttliOD.
- Rebena Dixon, rial. J
TH E defendants, Rebecca Dixon,
daughter of Joreph Dixon, deceased,
Jane Dixon, William Dixon, Jacob Dix
on, Ruth Dixon, Joseph Dixon, Mar
Dixon, Margaret Diion, Emily Ann Dix
on, minor heirs of Joseph Dixon, dee'd;
John W. Graves and Nancy Graves, mi
nor heirs of W ilium Grates, deceased,
Eleanor Graves, widow of William
Grates, deceased, and Rebecca Dixon,
widow of Joseph Dixon, deceased, all
of the county of Vinton and State of
Ohio, will take notice, that on the 34th
day of March, A. D , 1605, the said
Alexander anderford and Nancy Van-
deiford, filed their petition in the Court
of Common Pleas of Vinton coumy,
aforesaid, where the same is now pend
ing, demanding partition of the follow
ing premises, situate in said county, to
wit: The west half ol the nortli eaat
quarter of Section fifteen ; the north-
ast quitter of the north-west quarter
of Section fifteen; the south west qimr
ter of the north West quarter of Section
fifteen; 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 ul 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 south east
quarter of Section ten! the north west
quarter of the south west quarter of Sec
lion ten; Ihe north east quarter of the
smith west quarter of Section ten, and
part of llie south west quarter of the
south east quarter of Section ten. be
ginning at a stone at the south west
corner of said quarter, thence running
north sixteen pules and ten feet to a
stone on the western line of said quar
ter; thence starting at the aforesaid
stone, corner ol said quarter, running
east twenty-one rods snd four feet, to a
stone on ihe southern Hub uf said quar
ter, thence on a straight line serosa the
corner of said quarter, tu the same stone,
on the western line north ol the comer
stone, sixteen poles and tea feet. All
of said tracts of land lying and being
iu Tow nship nine (9), and Range n-tne
teen ('9.) of said county, snd being in
all about four hundred snd eighty-two
acres and 47-100 of an acre, more or
The said 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, decerned, each one equal
fourteenth. To the said minor heirs ol
William Graves, 'deceased, each three
ental twenty-eighth parts; to Rebecca
Dixon, widow of Joseph Dixon, deceased,
dower in the whole, and to Eleanor
Graves dower in three equal undivided
fourteenth parts of said nremisea. And
said defendants are further notified that
at the next term uf said Court an appli
cation will be made by the said peti
tiouers foi an urder that partition may
be made, &c, of said premises, snd for
all oiher orders necessary and proper in
the case. E. F. BINGHAM,
All'y lor Detnaiidenls
April 13, '55. 6wr.
Court ofr t'ommon Picas Vinton County, t'hio.
Juhu Lord, riaiiiiifl',")
ti. hi-rd S. Van Wey )
,'athariiie Van Wey,
V1 HE mid defendants w ho reside in the
county of Panola and State of Tex
as, are hereby notified that the plaintiff,
John Lord, on the I2tli day of April A.
D. 1655, filed his. petition against them
in the Court of Common Pleas, of said
county of Vintcii, ihe object and prayer
of which is to compel the said defend
ants to convey to the plaintiff all their
light, title and claim, by virtue of the
heirship of the said -Catharine to the
esiale of Nathan Lord, deceased,, in the
lullow ing premises, situate in i tie coun
ty of Viiituu and State of Ohio, and
described as follows, to wit: Being a
part of the west part of the soulh east
quarter of Section twenty-tight, Town
ship eleven, of Bangs seventeen, and
being all ti e land contained in the west
luiI of said quurter, section designated
nml marked as belonging to John Lord
upon a plat and survey made by Samuel
B. Prudeu, foruieily Surveyor ol Athens
county. Ohio, dated February 6lh, 1334,
except eighty acres iherelolore couvey
ed by Ndlhau Lord, deceased, lo John
Lord; containing filtylwo (52) acres,
uiuie or less, ur that iu default of said
di I cud hi Is conveying their interest a ml
estate in said premises to the plaintiff
by a short day to be tigmed by said Court,
then that ihe Record in this cause ope
rale as such conveyance in the bands of
.he plaintiff, hi heirs and assigns. The
plaintiff demands a conveyance from
defendants as sforeisid, by virtue of a
certain bond, executed by said Nathan
Lurd in his lileiiine, for the conveyance
of ihe aloresaid premises lo the plain
tiff, for a valuable consideration then
paid by the plaintiff to said Nathan
Lord. 6ince deceased
The defendants are further notified
that they ere required to answer lo said
petition on or before the 9th day of June,
1655. E. F. BIJNutl AM,
aprl3 6w. Att'y for PIVff.
rTMIE co partnership heretofore existing
J. between the subscribers, under the firm
ol S. S. Demuth & Co.,wasthis day dissolved
by mutual consent; S. S. Demuth having sold
hisentire interest to E. A. Brattou, by whom
all claims will be settled and all debts collec
ted. S. S. DEMUTH,
Anril 1st. !So5. K. A. BRATTON
l ino Farm for Sale.
jrrrt. 1 am authorized to sell a good
igf I Warm of 90 acres, Ivjinriin
"'"ft mediately west of Prattsville,'
33 acres cleared, a cabin house, slab e, good
orchard, and an excellent well ot water; the
land lies well lor tillini' and is well watered,
being in a good neighborhood, and only about
three miles Irom ine marrieua ot vin. n. rv
For Teims and price call on me at Mc
Arthur. E. A. Bbatton.
Anril 13th. 1855. . . .
I have small Stock of Ready Made Cloth
ir.e left, that 1
ill sell out at Cost. Call
and re av
. BR ATTONff.
FL LLOY Dn& CO.
WHOLESALE BOOT! VVND SftOE WAREHOUSE,.
No. a. Rt.TKF.VK n.nfiK. FRnxr
RO. 3, BUC&EYE BLOCK.. FRO.fr
HAVE just received thrir extensive PALL STOCK, consisting of til llie It test
fashions. Our stock having been purchased direct from the manufacturers, j
for cash, with great rare In the (election of quality end aize adopted- to the Western trade, wa
are enabled to offer superior inducements this Fall, and are determined not, to bo untlrrtoli
by any regular Mjufb ei liter in rvew Yorfc. Philadelphia or Baltimore. ... .
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots and Shoes will be found large ana well eelac
tedstockof HATS AND CAP3. -
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. Mcrcbauti and Furuaoe Owners vialttag e)tir oil,
ire invited to call and examine for themselves. .
We are now manufacturing a superior article
Slippers. Having procured some of the best
ply those who waul custom work.
Li Li A
ONE THOUSAND Iba. Red Sola Leather,
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Craivford'i Skins, 10 dozen KipSklus. Upper leather aud Shoal
Findings alwavs on hand and for sale at the love.t market price. ' . ,
January zu. ioi. ly.
RTRKkT pnRTsvinnTH nmr
LADIES. ; - , , t.
of Ladies' and Mioses' Gaiters. Buskins and
workmen in the West, we are prepared to tip-
1 II h, u .
12,00 lbs. N. I TVhite Solo Leather. 30 dossal
STREET. PORTSMOUTH. Oil Q
AT.4.Y ST., M' ARTHUR, OHIO.
AKOUNCES to the traveling public and
citizens of Vinton county, that he has
0eiied a new Hotel in the buildings formerly
occupied by Mr. James Dodge, as a store and
residence, extensive additions and re pa ires
have been made to the house and stables.
The house has been newly furnuhed.
Shall be supplied with the best viands the
maiket affords. In short no means w ill be
spared to make the guests of Liberty Hall
comfortable and at home.
The public are respectfully invited lo give
him a call.
. N. B. Bills as reasonable as the times
will permit. A. CAMPBELL,
March 15, JB93. lvr.
MAIN STREET, MCARTrtUR, OHIO,
SADDLE aN!) IMSDS JIAXI'FACTCIIER,
At hi. old Stand oppoih. T. X. 1 0. Will'.,
RFSPECT FULLY in-A-fcA
forms his numerousjpS&
Customers and the public, eenerallv.
that he is now prepared to supply all demand
in the way of Sudd I est Bimgy, Coach, and
Team IIurncs;Cot7ara,H7itj and Spurs.
and every oilier article connected with the
Trade; all Manufactured Out of the best Ma
terials, and by the best of Workmen. Call
end examine Work and Prices, before you
CO" HIDES, &c taken in exchange for
vvuia., av uic mgiirsv maraei prices.
WILL be found the ensuing season at
the following places, to wit: On
Mondays and Tuesdays al Liberty Hall Sta
bles. McArthur, O., on Wednesdays at Prats
ville, on Fridays at Morris Ogau's, Swart tp.,
on Saturdays at the residence of the subscri
ber in Elk tp.
Terms: Four dollars for insurance. Non
attendance or parting with the animal before
known to be with foal forfeits the insurance.
rEDlUUEB.Secibrier is a beuuti
ful dapple dun, black legs, mane and tail, 17
hands high, 7 years old, a fant walker aud gait
ed, well calculated for the saddle or harness.
He is of a strttin of horses of horses thut are
among the beet in the Union; he recommends
himself when seen, and Ims laken a Fiemiuin
every year but two since foalded: hissife was
a thorough bred horse. John T. Colter.
apr. lo. 2m.
Blie Coraer Erect!
E. .A BRATTON,
WILL keep constantly on hand a large,
well selected, and seasonable stock of
Such as Cloths, Castimtrea, Vnlings, Suti
netta, Mtrinoe, Alpacas, l)e iMines, Cash
mtrta. Lovna, Givchuna, Culicots, Lacea.
Urocadca, cf-c, cf-c. A choice selection ol
dataware, lirilania teare, c.
HARDWARE. Saws, Axes. Hatchets.
Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Rasps,
iiies, Augers in snort.everylliing in this line,
BO OKS, School Book, bong Books,
Miscelanenus Books of all kinds; Prints,
Quills, Paper aud Stationery of every variety.
HATS AXD CAPS!
The finest Silk and Fur Hats anil Cap;;
also, Cashmere, Wool and Cotton Hats and
Caps, (mens' and boys',) al prices U'suit cus
tomers. BOOTS and SHOES, Men' and Boys,
VVomens" ami Childiens, of every possible
quality and price.
Rio Coffee, Loaf Sunar, New Sucnr, Rice,
Imperial, Youns Hvson, snd Black Teas. best
quality; New Molasses, Pepper, Spice, Gin
ger, Saleratus, &c, all of the best familv Gro
ceries. E. A. BRATTON.
april C. tf.
1859. XEW SPBIXG GOODS, 1855,
rtCLtSlVELT WHOLESALE DEALER Iff
BANC Y STAPLE DBF-GOODS,
QUEENS WARE, CHINA AND,
Front Street, FOKTSMTIT, Onto;
HAVB just received and am now opening
the artfft end most ttesirame siock ot
Goods ever exhibited in this market.
Havine made arranpements fo; a large trade
I shall oiler unusual iiiduneiiieiil- lo casti
buvers. responsible parties lor negotiable ra
per, or for Pig Iron in lots ot" 50 tons or up
ward. - i
The attention of Merchants and Furnace
Owners is respectfully invited.
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22. 1854.
IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.
inn AO ALBS. Rolled and Ilam
JIUU.UUU mered Iron.
5000 Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
500 Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nails.
300O Lbs. square, round and octagon
Steel, Just received at the Gilt Anvil.
; DUNNING, CAMPBELL & CO
July 29. 1603.
At PBATTsraLE, w-ish to pnrchase Hides for
which the highestMarket pries will be given.
January O.lbOD. U. -
t YANKEK Ox Yokes, at the Gilt. Anvil
IS55. NEW STOCK OF 1839.
YANKEE NOTIONS t
Ihave just received my Spring Stocit
comprising a crest variety of FANCY ,
snd STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and
others are invited to call before purch. i
asing elsewhere, as they will find a com.
plete assortment, and at prices that will
compare with any Establishment of the
kind in this section of the country.
The following articles comprise s 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,
6 lb twist silk.
500 cross hooks and eyes. ,
30 dozen razor strops.
800 dozen combs, all kinds.
50 reams cap, letter and not paper.
20,000 envelopes. ; .
300 dozen tapes,
130 dozen soa pi.
40,000 fish hooks. '
25 gross fish lines. 1
20 gross lead pencils.
100 bundles wafers,
40 dozen knives,
30 dozen scissors.
10 gross spoons. .
20 gross jews harps.
3 gross French harps
30 duzeu slates.
3000 slate pencils,
30 gross thimbles..
100 dozen porte irons ies.
200 lb patent thread.
Cornelian charms and rings.
Ladies' work boxes aiiil fs'i'eults'.
Fine hair brushes end combs. ,
Gutta perch, puff and long combu
S, S Sand S S S Cue combs.
Skirt ar.d dress whalebone.
Corset and shoe laces.
Stilettoes, elastics and sleeve bands,
Teeth and nail brushes
Steel pens and holders.
Linen 6c cotton, floss crochet cotton'
Zephyr worsted and needles.
Gold finger and ear rings.'
Guld, plated and common jewelry; and
other articles too numerous to particu
larize. CIGARS AXD TOBACCO! .
Dealers and others purchasing Cigars
will find the largest Stock in the City,
varying from 65 to $30 per M. As all
the fine cigars are manufactured on the
premises, purchasers of fine cigars max
depend upon getting the quality of el.
gar they pay fur, as satisfaction is guar
anteed in all cases. Also on hand,
Cavendish and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipes, (t-c, at the Cheap Notion
Store next to the Valley Bank, Second
Street, R. DAVISON.
Chillicothe. 0.. March 2, 1855.
E. P. BOTIIWELL,
McARTHUR, OHIO. '
WISHES to inform the citizens of thin
community, that he is no'- manufac
turing, st keeps on hand, a very superior article
of bendstcads. also a good assortment, of
CABINET WARE CHAIRS MATRASSES
fee all of w hich he offers lor sale, on reasona
TURSISG 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 scre-vs of var
ious sizes. Trie patranagc of the Public. Is
respectfully solicted. '
Julv21 01 umo. : '
E. A. BRATTON.
MAIN STREET, McARTBUB, 0
KEEP constantly on hand the following
Genuine and Popular Medicines: 1
- PILLS. - -.'.:
Seller's Liver Pi lis, Dr. Lee's Pills. ;
WORM MEDJCBSE. . .
Seller's Vermifuge.. Drs. Jones McL's do.
Seller's Imp'l C S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup.
Lyon's N. & B., JoneB' 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.
Castor Oil, . Sweet Oil, . ...
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicainenturh. "1' '
Also. Godfrey s Cordial, Batesman s Drops.
Sloan's Condition Ppwder; and Essences of
all kinds. AH of the above Medicines ws
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine. --"' "
April 6, 1855. tf .)
STORE & DWELLING FOR SALE.
1W1LL SELL the Store Room k JW
Dwellins House, located in jf
rrattsTllK'. Vinton co., O.. and jj; 'A H
now occupied by J. d S. Swepston.aSSiiLj
PBATTSviLtB is situated sit mile east of
McArthur, on ihe Athens . road, and .about
two miles north of the Vinton Furnace'; it ia ,
a rich and fertile neighborhood, and is one of
the best locations in -Vinton county. lor
Store. The hous is well finished, and wry
convenient, and t will make the tertista suit
the purchaser. , J, J. ALMSUX
April 6,1855.-3 w. '
JOB W Olilk l every dafiei"n neatly
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