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MARKETS.
McArthur, May 25.
2,00,1 ron,-"- 5u'J
15 Leather.---.18a3l
.' :0jLard per lb. 8
.. 9'Molose&prcl. 50
AppW D.,
Buttei per lb..
Smoked Hatus,--"
Shoulders,
" . Sides,-
Brooms,.
Beans, W.---Nest
Coffee,-!
Ca miles,
Cheese,.. ......
Cloverseed
Corn
Eggs pel doz
Flour pel hun.
9 Nuils,3dtoi0d, Co! 2
30
Oats, 4U
rotates, Irish. 125
PcBcues, D..--..-2.25
Pork prewt.... 4,00
Sugar N. 0., . 10
.' Louf, 15
-2,00
.- 16
20
1
. 60fc!
G5
... 8
4,50
t'J.OO
.70
...40
8
. 8d 10
Crushed,- 10ul2
Suit, per bbl 3,50
" Table, pr Sack, -37
Soap lie rib 3u5
Teas, Y. II. 13
Imperial 6100
Tallow. 12
Wlieat per bu. 1,50
Wool perlrJ.'-20uO0
Flour .per bbl
Flux Seed
Feathers,'
Fish, White,.
" Mackerel,'
Hides
4
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
PORTSMOUTH, May 25, 1855.
" Loaf-....
Criixhril..
A pples, Dried 125
Brooms pr doss i2n30u
,tl
0
Bacon Hams per lb1. .1
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 55
Shoulder " 10
Teas, loose in packs.
" Sides '
Beans, W. per bit. 1,75
" V. II., lb. 45al0
" Impcr'l,. 75
Caudles, mould- 15
Star 21
Cotton Yarns- 184,
" Gunp'wder 05
Tobacco M&k. cav.23
" Va. cav... 20ol5
Chcese.W.R.Ib.lOall
Oil, Lard ureal.. 60
Coffee, Rio
12al2i Oil, Linseed "
. ao
SO
. 2,00
Cloverseed,
Flour pi bbl
Fcathen pr lb.
7.0COutspr, bu.....
&7,75 Peaclies.Drieil-.
40 Potatoes, Irish.
125
flaxseed, pr bu. l.dli aaleratuspr lu.
5i5J
Fish, Cod pr lb.
'allow pi lb.
- 11
Mackerel fil2u2I Tar nr bbl.
5,50
lard, pr lb.
Timothy teed, 53a325
Molasses, N. O. gal. 35
" S. 11. " 40
Wheat pr bu.... 1,25
Whiskey, Common 30
" G.S. " 65
Mon'hula. 50
" Rye, Co
Nutls, "10 to 8d &13
Sugat N. O. - 5ia0
J. O. EWETLAND B, c. COlS WELL
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
AND
BAND FACT HOY.
SWETLAKD & COGSWEL
Opposite the McArihur House,
RETURN their sincere thanks to their
JL numerous friend and customers, for
the veiy liberal patronage extended to them
in the past season, and take pleasure in an
nouncing that they are now receiving at their
iSool and shoe Depot the largest and test se
lected Stock of .
Boots & Shoes
Ever brought to McArthur; consibtingf RJl
111 UIl Ul f
GENTLEMENS' BOOTS &, HCF8,
Gents. Buckskin Gaiters Gtiits.Congre.ss Gait
ers.Genls Fencv Shoes.Gents Oxford Pumps.
Gents Enameled Nulifiers, Gents Enameled
Congress Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather Kid
Top Prince Aibert's, Gents Patent Lenther,
Drab Cloth. Kid top, Prime Albert's; Gents
Jersey Buikhkin Shoes, Gents Opera Slippers;
together with every variety of Fine and
Coarse calf skin, Kip and Morocco Bonis uud
Shoes, Also, Ladim Boon anii Shoes;
Ladies Buskin Gtiiter Boots, Ladies' enamel
ed Jenny Liud's H. R., Iidies' Morocco Jen
t'v Li nd's R. It., Ladies' Congress Gaiters,
Ladies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes, Lines' en
amelled Morocco ' Shoes, Lndirs' Victoria
Fancy Shoes Ladies' Fancy Top Boots, La
dies' Fancy Buskins. bioni:ed lops. Ladies'
Blue Gaiu, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Also: Misses Boots and Shoe, Misses Kid
Boots and Gaiter, Misses Fancy colored
Gaiters, Misses enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Children' Boots and Shoes, Children' calf,
peged. Shoes, Children' F aucy times, Chil
diens Fancy Gaiters, and every o'.hor variety
d Ladies', mUse' and thildieus' wear, Fine
and Coarse.
We lime airy number of Workmen en
gaged, that is necessary, and oie prepared to
liil orders at the shortest notice.
CCTAII of our Goods will be sold at pri
ces that will give satisfaction. Call and ex
amine for yoursclves-
J. R. WHITTEMOBE.
HAS now an assortment of Wall Paiier,
Borders. Window Curtains, and Fire
Screens, that can hardlv be surpassed in the
West. Prices low, Nu 1 Union Block,
may 18, 55. Chillicolhe, Ohio.
ACCOUNT BOOKS!
HAVING a large Slock of . Day Books,
Journals ond Ledgers, made of cxiel
lent paper ami bound -well in shpep, w ith
Morocco or Russian bunds. 1 w ill s-.-ll them
for a few months ut PniCEs Sui;ri;ihisi.LV
Low!
Those in want of Blank Do la and who
buy for use or to sell again can have Inrdiis
that will suti'fy ihtmulvet and tuil tl.t times.
This is saving a good ileal ; I mean u liat 1
say. ' J. R. W1UTTEMOUK,
No. 1, Union Block, Second st.
Chillicotiik. Ohio. maylS,'55
AUTIST'S MATEUIALS.-
o
F every description furnished at short or-
ders and fuir prices. A lar",e supply ol
Paints and Brushes for Portrait Landscape
Painters, Toy Paints and Best Water Colors
on hand. J. R. WIIITTEMORE,
mayl8,'55. Second at., Chillicolhe, 0.
New Books,
A KD oilier Goods in his line of Business
-LJL are received bv Ex i. reps almost everv
week from Boston, New York, and thu Cities
of the West, by J. R. WHITTEMORE.
mayI8,'C5. '. Second St., Chillicolhe, O.
J. K. & D. V1LL
f f AKE pleasuie in- annouiuing to their
. X friends, ami the public .generally, that
they are just opening a large assortment of
Summer Goods ol every variety, suited to the
wants of this section of country, to which
they especially invue the attention of purch
asers, as they feel confident they can give
the best satisfaction with regard to price and
quality, etc. . lmayld,3w
J.K. &D. WILL,
tlLESALE ASD RETAIL bEALEtt IN
BR WO 0 D S , GROCERIES
HA R D VA 11 S, q VE EXS WA 11 E,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
CATS, im BUMS, ?H0L, rBCOl'CF,
. Ac, &K.t tVi: ,
Main Si net, McArihur, Ohio.
mayl8,'55.l).
ir,4 L L VA P E li a n d U 0 11 DE R S.
PAPER YOUR ROOMS.
I HAVE justrccchcd 1 lie. greatest variety of
X W all taper, t ireboard bi-rerns, Window
Paper and Boiders, ever be lore uflrred for
ale in McAitluir. Call and (ee lor vniirsell
ill liliATlUN'S.
EXTRAORDINARY PREMIUMS
To Agents for procuring Subscribers for
TICKETS AT 1 EACH,
IN PERHAM'S GREAT .: ' .
100,C()0 Gift Enterprise!
Tlit dlnr.bailoo of lha Oiflt txing dcOnilaljr fled for
JULY 5, 1505. .,
Any person gentling 610 may deduct 10 per
cent, or will receive 1 1 Tickets.
Each person fending 61 CO before the 5th o
July, will, in addition to commissions, be
Presented with a Mavimoth Gold Pen und
Case, valued at 6 10.
Each person fcndin 6200 before the 5lh of
July, will, in addition to commissions, be
Presented with a silver Watch, val d ut 25.
Each person sending 6300 before the 5th of
July, will, in addition to commissions, be
tratntedwith a (jold W a tea, valued ut 630.
hath pcrsou sending 5C0 before the 5lhof
July, w ill, in addition to commissions, be
Prtstnled with a Gold Watch, val d ut 6100.
1 he person who shall send, before the 5lh
of July, the largest amount above 6500. will,
in addition to commissions, be
Presented with a Piano, vuluedal $200.
1 have been induced to make the above lib
eral offers in order to remove a settled objec
tion in the minds ot your committee, to hav
ing the distribution take place whila there
remain m my hands tickets unsold, and Tor
which cause they have seen fit to defer the
partition of the gilts, which was fixed for the
27th inst., to the 5th of July, as w ill be seen
by reierence to tneir proceedings, published
below. 1 assure you that the postponement
is as vexations to me as it is to those who
have purchased tickets. I therefore hope that
each anil every one now interested, will co
operate Willi nic in the effort to dispose of the
lew thousand tickets remaining unsold, and
thus advance the interests of the whole body
oi shareholders. Kespectlully yours, '
J. I'EKUAM,
' TO Til E PATRONS OF
rti ham's Third Gift E:itcrri-iC
At a meeting of the Committee of Share
holders of lYrhum's Gift Enterprise, held at
tlie Academy I tail, Jiroadway, on Wednes
day Evening, April 13:h, 1835, the fol'owing
preamble and resolutions were adopted an
ordered to be published:
W hereas, in view of the fact that several
enterprises have been started and carried on
with a seeming positive purpose of defraud
ing those w ho could be persuaded to purchase
tickets tlierein: and sucu fraudulent proceed
iu3 have exerted an injurious iulluence in the
sale ol tickets in the enterprise of Mr, Per
ham; and w hereas, it is deemed essential that
all the tickets should be disposed of belore
the distribution takes place, be it tlieielote
Rcwlvcd, That in order to allow time (or
that purpose, the distribution be postponed
until the 5th of July, at such place as may
iicteaiier be determined on.
Ucmlved, That the committee have undi
miuislied confidence in the integrity of Mr
Perhain, ond in his disposition to conform to
all his published promises to Ins natrons.
UOHT. BE ATT Y, Ju., Cl.airmau.
REMEMBER!
THE TICKETS ARE OfVXF$l EACH,
And each Ticket admits Four Persons to
Perliam's Burlesque Opera,G63 Broad
way, New York;
And that among the Gifts to be distiibuted,
aru
A splendid Farm.of over 100 acres.
worth 16,000
1 Loan of Cadi 0,000
I do. do. 2,000
1 do. do '. 1,000
2 do. do. S3('0 each-... 1,000
10 do. do. 6100 each.... 1.000
Trolling Mre, Lilly Dale 1,500
lidteivood l lanos, &.j00 each-... 2,5U0
5 do. do. 6300 each-... 1.500
The Great Mirror of N. E. Scenery, 22,000
o splendid Larriuges, each, Imj
10 Gold Watches, 100 each-... 1,000
4 J do. do. 650 each .... 2.000
ICO Gold Tens and Cases, S5 each, 500
5,000 Gold Pens, 03 each- 13,000
ti, Ac, A
All orders for tickets-, bv mail, and all let
ters (or information, should be addressed to
JOS1AII PERU AM, 603 Broadway, N, Y.
ro'Oiders w ill now lie received for I ten
ets in rerhuin's Fourth Gift Enterprise.
Otl V-GO 0 0S ;
111AVE just received a fine Lot of Prints,
Lawns, Muslins, Cranes, ond divers other
articles in the Dry-Goods line; olso, an as
sortment ol leghorn, Palm' Leaf and Straw
Hats, Gimp Bonnets, rf c.: all cf which I will
sell at lower figures, for cash, than the same
Goods con Iw honght for. I can rcccommend
this Lot of Prims as fashionable styles and
fast colors. K, A BRATTON.
movlS.-lw
tf. DAVIS
IEAJ.EH IN EF.Y GOODS AND CLOTlNCt.
J OULD teg leave lo announce to his
V I numerous customers und the public
generally, that he is now in receipt of his
Mi ln and Summer CJooN at Ids
ftore in ihe west purl of his new block, on
Water Mreet, Chillieothe. from the lung
experience he has had in business, end Ihe lib
eral pnttoiiuge heretofore extended to him,
w hich has enabled hun to purchase goods lor
cash only, he flatters himself that he can all
his goods at lower prices than he bus ever
done before, and is confident that he can com
pete with any hdnestdeawr west of the moun
tains. His furnibhing goods are complete,
and can fit out a customer to every article
required. His clothing department cannot
be excelled, us to neatness of fit. durability
of wear and strength of sewing. His goods
are selected by lunisell Iroin the oest European
and American manufactories, with great care
ond attention ond warranted all sound.
Thcte goods he will sell alien per '.-ent
lower lliuii any other man in the city of Chi I-
licothe. Call aud see for yourselves, ani be
convinced by -ogular demonstration.
COAL, COAL.
T. S. He would also besr leave to announce
lo the citizens of Chillicolhe, Monroe, Lees
burdi, Lexington, Martinsville aud adjoin-
ipg towns, that he has a regular line of boats
running to the teal mines, and that.hu
reedy to contract for good Hocking serene
coal at niarKei prices, anu tuai ne win deliv
er coal to any of the above stations on the
Railroad by muling Iheir cdt rs by hiai!.
lie will ulo have a supply of Jackson and
New Cusile coal for Blucksmiihing purposes
Biv ays en band. may II omu,
School RooLs.
' rVTCGUFFEY'S SERIES COMFLETE.
OPELLEUS, First. Second, Third Fourth
and l' niii leaders. Ihe llenian s Youn,
Ladies Readers.
Piuco's Primary Grammcr,
Analytical
" Fnglich Teacher,
Ray's Aieilimaiic, Paris First. Second and
I bird, Kav s Algebra, Parts cirbt and Second
McGulles Electio P rimers. r
I he EU'ii.eutary Speller. m ' " .
Webster's school Dictionary.'
Milchel's Primary Geography.
MiUhel's laij,e sihoul Geography, latest
edition. . .. . V
Copy But ks. Slates. Peucels and all kiuds
(d ttaiioiiury lor bchooli, lor RileLt
BRATT0N"S.
HOOKS! I100KSII
-
I A, BRATTOA,
A NXOUNCES td the citizens of Vin-
jlX. ton county, that he has just received a
new slock of Books and Stationary, cinsisiing
in part of ". '
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from 81 50 to
65 00, . ...
, METHODIST HYMN BOOKS, :
Bound in Morocco, gilt and common bind
ing. weeing Lileoi Washington,
" " " FnANKLUt.
" ' " Marios.
Life of Daniel Boons,
" " Black Hawk,
" " Tecumsilach. .
. Siiakespeab's works complete.
Bvkon's " " ,
Life of Y, T. BAnsuM.
Da Auhionk's History of the Reformation.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Kkowiedoe.
Rinaldo Rinaldina, a Romance. .
Hale's History oi the United States.
Grimliaw's History of the United Suites.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale.
MASONIC WORKS.
The Craftsman, the Light of the Temple.
and Meloddies for the Craft, containing an
... .,..1 1m . clan I trtvi r1 llimina a rl ilae Oii.lt.
CAiviitu b cliiiuii xit aijiiiuoaiiu vu oui ia
ble for evry occasion,
1 soya books.
The American Songster, Parlor Songster,
Exile of Erin, Soncs of Old- Ireland, Neero
Songs, ond a variety of other Song Booss.
Moral and instructive story books lortlul
tlren, Pictorial Toy Hool;s for childrsn.of evely
description.
li Li A K liUUKS.
Justices' Dockets, Legers and Day Books,
bound in leather and half binding, of all sizes.
STATIONARY.
Best Con Timer. Blue Post Letter Toner.
Commcrciul Note Paper. Bill Paier, also Ink,
Cliiills, Steel Tens, Sand Boxes, Inkstands,
Wafers, Writing Sand, and Stationary of
every kind, all of which will bo sold at the
lowest lignres, lor cash. mny4 u-j. U
C. P. TRACY, F. J. OAKES.
C. P.TRACY & CO.,
i Manufacturers, and Wholesale
DEALER IS
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
One door below I. Kiiinry & Co'i Bank,
Iront Street, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 27, 1855. ly.
FAMILY GROCERIES.
JUST received the best Rio Coffee, Prime
Sugar, Rice, Golden Syrup, Molasses,
Cheese, Muck ret, Imperial Black, and Y. II.
Tcbb, Tobaocos of every kind, Spices of all
kinds, und a general assortment:of Groceries:
all of 'vhich 1 warrant or no sale.ut the lowest
cash prices at BKATTON S.
Hardware.
LiPPENCOTT'S Axes, warranted 30 days
or the money refunded. Hatchets war
ranted, Tilletsous Handsaws warranted,
Door Lacks, Thumb Latches, Butts, Screws,
Augers, Smoothing Irons, Curry Combs,
Horse Brushes, liles, Rasps, nv shot every
thing in the Hardware line, at
BRATTONS.
ROOTS 1 SHOES.
TFUST received the largest and best selection
of Boots and Shoes ever opened in this
market, consisting or
Gents. Enameled Brogans.
Calf
" Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" Morroceo Slippers,
" French Calf Boots,
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots,
" . Gout-. " '
" Sewed " "
" Laced Gaiters,
" I'a tent Leather "
Enameled Jenne'y Liiul's,
" ' Talent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Enameled "
" " SlipperB.
Childrcns' Kid Laced Boots,
" F'ancy " "
Roan ' "
" Kid Peg
" Enameled '
Goat "
" Fancy . ' "
Misses Kid Slippers,
" Fancy Laced Boots,
Together with eveiy variety of Boots and
wear, at the lowest prices, at
BKATTUaS.
Court of Common 1'Iias Vintoa (ouaty, Uhio-
is'
John Lord, Pluiutifl',"J
against
Richsrd S. Van Wey & V Civil Action.
Catharine Van Wey, I
Defendants. J
iHE said defendants who reside in the
y county of Panola end State of Tex
as, are hereby notified that the plaintiff,
John Lord, cn the 12th day of April A
D. 1S55, filed his petition agaiuet them
in the Cuurt of Common Pleas, of said
county of Viuton, the object and prayer
of which is to compel the said defend
ants to convey to the plaintiff alt their
right, title and claim, by virtue of the
heirship of the said Catharine to the
estate of Nathan Lord, deceased, in the
following premises, situate in the coun
ty of Vinton and State of Ohio-, and
described as follows, to wit: Being
uart of the west part of the south-east
quarter of Section twenty-eight, Town
ship eleven, of Bangs seventeen, and
being all tfe land contained iu 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 eighty teres theretofore convey
ed by N4ih.au Lord, deceased, to John
Lord; containing fifty-two (52) acres,
more or less, or that iu default of said
defendants couveying their interest anil
estate in said premises to the plaintiff
by a short day to be named by said Court.
then that the. Record in this cause ope
rate as such couvejince in the hands
'.lift pluiiilifTt bis heirs and assigns. The
plainliir demands a conveyance from
defendants as aforesaid, by, virtue of
certain bond, executed by said . Nathan
Lord in his lifetime, for the conveyauce
of the aloresaid premises to' the plain
tiff, fur a' valuable consideration then
paid by . the plaiulirT to said Nathan
Lord, since deceased.'
The defendants are further notified
that they are required to answer to said
petition ou or before the 9th day of June,
IS33. . E. F. BINGHAM,"
Pl3Cw' Ati'y for Pl't'iT.
John Robbinsl In Vinton county Com.
vs. I ; P4s, March Term,
Margaret Var- j 1855. .
nerandothers.J i Pabtitios.
fV n ARGARET VARNERj, iMargaret
li Line, intermarried with Horrace
Lane, Levi . Pariih.Iaac Parish, Jejni-
nia Trump, intermarried ' with Jacob
Trump, Cynthia Augenbaugh, intermar
rled with
Augenbaugh. Anna
Houst. intermarried with Georce House.
and Stephen Parish, whose places of res-
idence are unknown, and Sarah Varner,
of Muskingum county, Ohio, will take
notice that a petition was filed against
them on the 23d day of August, A. D.,
1654. in the Court of Common Pleas of
said Vinton county, Ohio, by John Rob-
bins, and is now pending, wherein said
John Robbins demands partition of the
following Real Estate, situated in said
Vinton county, to wit: The north-east
quarter and the north east quarter of the
north-west quarter of Section 26, Ton n
ship eleven, Range seventeen, excepting
seventeen acres on the north side of said
north-east quarter, aid excepting, also,
one sixteenth of an acre of said land,
used as a burying ground for Samuel Var
net, 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 Bobbins for an order that
pt-rlilion be made of said premises.
JOHN ROBBINS,
By LEVI DUNGAN,
Apr. 20, 1855. Gw. his Attornev.
The Stutc of llliio, Vinton County.
of
a
Alexander Vendeiford"!
. .i ...:r. 1
euu mm,
Partition.
Rebecca Dixon, et at. J
Til E defendants, Rebecca Dixon,
daughter of Joseph Dixon, deceased,
Jane Dixon, William Dixon, Jacob Dix
on, Ruth Dixon, Joseph Dixon, Marv
Dixon, Margaret Dixon, Emily Ann Dix
on, minor heirs of Joseph Dixon, dec d;
John W, Graves and Nancy Graves, 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 State of
Ohio, will tako notice, that on the 21th
day of March, A. D., 1855, the said
Alexahder Vanderford and Nancy Van-
derford, filed their petition in the Court
of Common Pleps of Vinton county,
aforesaid, where the same is now pend
ing, demanding-partition of the follow
ing premises, situate in said county, to
wit: The west half of the north-east
quarter of Section fifteen; the north
east quarter of the north-west quarter
of Section fifteen; the south-west qunr
terof 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 uf the north east quarter of Section
twenty-two; the south-east quarter of
the south west quarter of Section ten;
the north-west qtiar'ter of the south cast
quorter 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 wen 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 poles and ten feet to a
stone on the western line of said quar
ter; thence starting at the aforesaid
stone, corner of said quarter, running
east twenty-one rods and four feet, to a
stone 011 the southern line uf 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), ai.d Range nine
teen (19,) of said county, and being in
all about four hundred and eighty-two
acres and 47-100 of an acre, more or
less.
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 Joseph
Dixon, deceased, each one equal
fourteenth. To the said minor heirs of
William Graves, deceased, each three
equal twenty-eighth parts; to Rebecca
Dixon, widow of Joseph Dixon, deceased,
dower iu the whole, and to Eleanor
Graves dower in three equal undivided
fourteenth parts of said premises. And
said defendants are further notified that
at the next term of said Court ah appli
cation will be made by the said peti
tioners fot an order that partition may
be made, &c, of said premises, and fi
all oiher orders necessary and proper iu
the case. . F. BINGHAM,
Alt'y lor Dcinandeitts,
April 13, "55. 6w. '
1 lie SUc of Ohio, Vinton County.
John Winters, Plain-")
tifl', I
against ' Civil Action,
Lucinda 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, 1655, filed his petition
against them and others, in the Court
Common Pleas of Faid county of Vinton;
the objict and prayer of which, is
correct a mistake in the description
the following premises, to wit: The south
west quarter ol Section thirty(30),Town
ship eleven (11), Range Seventeen (17),
in said county of inton, in a deed exe
cuted by said James Miller, deeeased,
and wife, Lucinda Miller, to said John
Winters, on the I6ih day ot August,
IS43; said mistake consisting In the
substitution in the above description
the iorfft-w est quarter for the south
west quartet of said Section, and the
said unknown. hens 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. 1655.
E. F. BINGHAM,
April 13,'55. 6w. Ati'y for PlYtT.
WILLIAM SINCAIIi'S EST A TE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been duly anointed and
qualified as executor of the last Will ond Tes
tumeutol William Sinclair; lalecf Vinton
county, OI110. deceased.
mayll 3w. T110MAS.SINCLAIR.
JOUU
t OUK. ol eveiy description neatly
execu'ed
, m mis uuite.
R . LLOYD & GO. -
WHOLESALE J30UT AND SHOE WAHKHOUSE, -
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK, FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH, OHIO",
HAVE just received their extensive FALL STOCK, consisting of all the fatest styles and
fashions, Our stock having been purchased direct from the manufacturers, piiucipalljr
for cash, with great care in the selection of quality aiW sizes aJopted to the Western traue.we
are enabled to offer superior inducements this Full, and are rietermirted not to be updersoli
byuny regularhouse eitlier in New York. Philadelphia or Baltimore. . '. n: . V i '.
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots ami Shtes w US be found a Urge and well select
tedstockof HATS AND CAPS. . ...-..
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants and Furnace Owners yisitina bur icilr J
are invited to call aud examine for themselves,
. TO THE
We are now manufacturing a superior article
Slippers. Having procured some of the best
ply fhose who waut custom worn.
- L ti A 1 11 L It . , .
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather, 12.00 lbs. Nk I White Sole Leather. 30 down
French Calf Skins, 23 dozen Crawford's Skins, 10 dozen Kip Skins. Upper leather and Shot
Findingf always on hand and for sale at the lowet market price. . '
January dO. IbJl. I
LADIES
of Ladies'and Misaea' Gaiters, Buskins nf
workmen in the. West, we are prepared to sup
, : i
jr. ..:...'
JAMES FURS ELL,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEALEB IN
FANCY STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
QUEENS WARE. CHINA AND,
0 GLASS.
Front Street, PORTSMOUTH, Ohio.
IVEAVITOODS.
I HAVE 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 sluill oiler unusual inducements to cash
buyers, responsible parties for negotiable pa
Ir, or for Pig Iron iu lots of 50 tons or up
ward. The attention of Merchants and Furnace
Ow ners is respectfully invited.
J AS. 1'UKSE.LLi.
Portsmouth, 0.. Dec. 22, 1&54.
JAMES McGILLlYRAY,
MAIN STREET, McARTriUR, OHIO,
SADDLE aND 11AGKSS IIASITACTUJO,
At his ola Stand opposite J.K, JcD. Will',
RFSPE C T F U L L Y in-Av,
forms his numerous JiiM
i Customers and the public, generally.
that he is now prepared to supply all demand
in the way of Saddles; Buggy, Coach, and
Team IIarncss;Co!iurs,B7us and Spurs,
and every other article connected with the
Trade; all Manufactured out of the be3t Ma
terials, and by the best of Workmen. Call
and examine Work and Trices, before you
nurcnase eisewnere.
03" HIDES, flee, taken in exchange for
work, at tnc niguesi Market prices.
CELEBRATED HOUSE
WILL be found the ensuing season at
the following places, to wit: Ou
Mondays anil Tuesdays at Liberty Hall Sta
bles, McArthur, O., on Wednesdays at Prats
yille, on Fridays at Morris Ogan's, Swan tp.,
on Saturdays at the residence of the subscri
ber in Elk tp.
Teksis: Four dollars for Insurance. Non
attendance or parting with the animal before
known to be with foal forfeits Ihe insurance.
PEDIGREE. Swcctltrlcr is a beauti
ful dapple dun, black legs, mane and tail, 17
ha ink hiu'l. 7 vears old. a far.t walker and rait-
ed, well calculated for the saddle or harness.
He is of a strain of horses of horses that arc
among the best iii the Union; he recommends
himself when seen, and has taken a Premium
every jear but two since foaldod: his sire was
a thorough bred horse. JotisT, Colter.
npr. 13, 2m.
GOOD !
L P. BOTHWELL
McARTHUR, OHIO. '
WISHES to inform the citizens of this
community, that he is no7 manufac
turing, & keeps on hand, a very superior article
of beadsteads, also a good assortment, of
CABINET WAKE CHAIRS MATRASSES
&c all of which he oll'ers for safe on reasona
ble terms.
TURNING ofall kinds that is likely to
be needed in thisCountry executed with neat
ness and dispatch; he is also prepared to man
ufacture bench screws and hand screws of var
ious sizes. Tne palranage of the Public is
resiectfutly solicted.
July 21 01 bmo.
TIME TABLE!
OF THE
OF THE Marietta & Cincinnati R. R.
r
f I MVU Daily Traiii3 between Uullicothfc
JL and Cincinnati. Leaves Chillicolhe at
6 o'clock a. 111., and reach Cincinnati at 1 1
o'clock, a. m. Leaves Chillieothe at 1 li o'
clock, a. 111., and reaches Cincinnati at 5 : 40
P. M.
Returning, leaves Cincinnati ot 9 o'clock
0. in., ond reach Chillicolhe at 3 25 P. M.
Leaves Cincinnati et 3:20 T. M. and reach
Chillieothe at 8:2; P. M.
JOHN WADDLE,
April G, 1S55. tf. Superintends t.
Marietta & Cincinnati R.
ol
to
of
ol
OrNaO MILES EAST Cf CHILLICOTHE.
N Monday, April 30, and therealter regu-
J larly, a Passenger ond Freight Train will
run daily (Sundays excepted) between Club
licolhe and Raysvillo (2U miles East) as fol
lows:
Leave Chillieothe at 3.-30 P. M., on airi-
val ol Train from Uncmna'i.
Arrive at Raysville at 5 p. al.
Leave Raysville at 9 A. 11.
Arrive at Chillicolhe at 10:30 A. M., in
lima fori rain to Cincinnati.
The Train will stop regularly at London
e'erry Station, aud, on signal or notice to the
Conductor, w ill Hop, to take on or let oflf pas
sengers, at the crossi:i of the Richmond md
Chillieothe road, and at Charleston road croi
6in:, near Simmons'.
1 assencers leavins Uaysvi e at 9 A. m..
spend an hour atUullicoihe, ami rcah Cin
..: 1: .1 r,.n
llllllclll U. U. . l
Fare between Raysville and Cincinnati, 3,50
do. do. do. do. Chillieothe, CO
Freight, to be delivered at toints on the
road where the Railroad company has not
r- 1.. . . . 1 t, '
rreigiiv iK,eius. inusi oe prepaid; ana all ar
ticles will be at 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 cr marked, or until
taken on the cars, as Ihe care may be.
JOHN WADDLE, Suu'l.
April 27, '55.tf.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
rrMIE undersigned are prepared to fill .'all
X orders for LUMBER, of any and all
kinds used 111 building, and for PLASTER
ING LATH, at the shortest notice. -
We have on band 100,000 Plasterinz
Lath, and w ill deli'er them in McArthur,
ilamden, Alleiisvi'lc, l'rattsville, or any 61
I in-.ft.ivw
our neighboring towns, at snort nniice ami on
I fulr terms. B. P. HEWITT &. CU
up,, j7( '
'55. 3m.
1855. NEW STOCK OF ' 185.'
YANKEE NO TIONSI , ;.:
LATE ARRIVAL'.! .
I have just received my Spring StocV
compriFing a great variety of FANCY
and STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and
others are invited to call before purch
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 a .part
of my extensive assortinont: . ., ,
150 packs pins,
200,000 percussion caps. - .
GOO dozen spool cotton.
50 gross buttons.
50 dozed suspenders. :
150 lb skein cotton.
1 2 lb sewing silk, ' ' '
!i lb twitt Bilk.
500 gross hooks and eyes.
30 dozen razor strops. : .
300 dozen combs, all kinds.
50 reams cap, letter aud note paper.
20,000 envelopes.
300 dozen tapes, .
130 dozen soaps.
40,000 fish hooks.
25 gross fish lines.
20 gross lead pencils.
100,000 needles. ' '
100 bundles wafers. 1
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. '
1 00 dozen porte rr.ouaiel. -
200 lb patent thread.
Cornelian cbarms and rings, -
Jet bracelets.
Ladies' work boxes and ra'iculos.
Fine hair brushes and combs.
Gulta percha, puff and long combs.
S, S S and S S S fine combs.
Skirt and dress whaleboHe.
Corset and shoe laces.
Stilettoes, elastics and sleevo-bands, .
Teeth and nail brushes.
Steel pens and holders.
Match safes.
Alabaster ornaments.
Linen 6c cotton, floss & crochet coUor'
Zephyr worsted and needles.
Gold finger and ear rings.
Gold, plated and common jewelry; and
other articles too numerous to particu
larize.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO1. .
Dealers and others purchasing Cigars
will find the largest Stock in the City,
varying from &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 for, as satisfaction is guar
anteed in all cases. Also on hand.
Cavendish and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Tipes, ) c, at the Cheap Notion
Store next to the Valley Bank, Second
Street. R. DAVISON.
ChilLicothe, O., March 9, 1855.
FAMLY UlEDICIiVES!
E, A. BRATTON.
MAIN STREET, McARTIIUR, 0
KEEP constantly on hand the following
Genuine and Popular Medicines:
TILLS.
Seller's Liver Pi lis, Dr. Lee's Pills.
WORM MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermifuge,- Drs. Jones McL's dd.
COUGH SYRUP. ' . 1
Seller's Imp'l C. S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrti,
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. fcB. 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, Medicanicntum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, Dalesman'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 '
NEW HOTEL.
LIBORJYJIALL. ;
MAIN ST.,7VART?WR, OHIO.
A. CAMPBELL,
ANOUNCES to tho traveling public and
citizens of Vinton county, that tie haa
opened a new Hotel in the buildings formerly
occupied by Mr. James Dodije.as a store am)
residence. Extensive additions and repaitas
have been made to the house ami stables.
The house, has been newly furnished. .
HIS TABLE,
Shall be supplied with the best viands' the
market affords. In short no means will be
spared to make the guests of Liberty- LUU
comfortable and at home. . .
The public are respectfully iutilej to girt
him a call. '
N. B. Bills as reasonable as the times
will permit. A. CAMPBELL. 1
March 16, 1855, Ur.
LAST NOTICE.
ALL persons w ho have unsettled accounts
on S. S. Dcmuth 61 Co'a Books, 'ami
that have not been squared by note or other-
wise are requested to call and settle up by lha
1st ol June, if not, the same will Vm left with
the proper oiTicers for collection. 1 want the
Books squared, and have called on a number,
and gnve two months notice to that eCect
time enough iu ait vousciunc. - - ('
mayl8,2w. . El, BRATTOX,

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