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The Probable Departure of Louis
Napoleon for the Crimea.
There appears to be no longer any
reason to doubt that the Emperor of (he
French will proceed immediately to
the Crimea. In the Constitntionel ol
Monday, it is stated that his camp
equipage has also been sent off, and
the 1 Oth of May is confidently named
in Paris as the day on w Inch he will
take his departure. The abilities or
Napoleon the III are about to be tried
in a uew Geld. His victories have
hitherto been gained in civil contests ;
it remains to be seen whether he has in
herited the military talents of his house.
Various considerations concur to re
commend the step he is about to take.
His presence in the Crimea teems de
sirable as a means of giving unity to
the opperations ot a campaign carried
on by the armies of at least four inde
pendent nations. As victory will tend
to consolidate the throne, he has every
inducement to urge on the war with
energy ; and at the same time, from all
we can learn, the Emperor is too pro
loundly impressed with the necessity ot
not over-straining the resources of
France to be led astray by success.
What course the Emperor will pur
sue remains perhaps to be decided by
the state in which he will find affairs
when he lands on the Crimea. The
telegraphic accounts of the progress of
ihe bombardment of Sebastopol are
necessarily curt and complete. Ru
mors are afloat, however, to the effect
that no great progress is being made by
the assailants ; that the advantages they
had gained have been purchased at con
siderable loss of lite, and that the
defences still in the hands of the Rus
sians are of the most formidable
strength. If these statements are well
founded, they go far to confirm the
opinion we have more than onoe had
occasion to express, that the Russians
in the Crimea must be beaten in the
field before Sebastopol can be taken.
There is, at lowest calculation, five
hundre pages, royal octavo volume, ot
meaning in the twenty seven words that
follow : "A fool in high station is like
a man on the top of a mountain
everything appears small to him, and
he appears small to everybody.
Gross Outrage Offered to Mr. Wise
in Washington City.
The Union, iu noticing tbe reception
recently given to Mr. Wise iu Washing
ton city, says :
'Mr. YV, spoke from the door of his son-in-law,
Dr. Garnett, in Ninth treet, and
in Ihe presence not only of a great erowd
of citizens, but in the hearing of ladies
end members vf his family. This fact,
which would have restrained even '.ho
most dissolute characters in other days,
did not prevent a gang of ruffians frum
making a number of attempts to insult
the distinguished speaker, and to break
op the meeting. It was easy to see the
actors in this shameless business had
bean sent upon the ground to disgrace
themselves, and if possible, to silence
M.Wise. They resorted to every con
ceivable expedient to fulfill their in
structions, but to no effect. Mr. Wise
rebuked them with much dignity, and,
fter shouting and groaning themselves
hoarse, they fled, like guilty spirits' to
their midnight haunts. Such is the ta
tics of the party that assumes to reform
tbe religion and morals of men.'
"A more graceless set of rowdies lie v
er infested the purlieoua of a great citi
than tbe gang alluded to. And yet, iu
tbe midst of this unprovoked and deli b
erate outrage, no police officer showed
bis face on thegronud. Nothing but the
forbearance of the irieode of Mr. Wise
pnreented a melee. There is not another
city in the Union in which such a scene
would have been tolerated by tbe author
ities, or if by the authorities, submitted
to by tbe people. But this ia a part ol
tbe tactics of tin Ordtr. The officers
ehosen by the majority dare not silence
the 'Americana wbo disgrace America,'
and if these enterprising patriots can
get up conflict with peaceable citizens
some new martyr like Poole may be of
fered as a fit occasion for Sabbath sor
row, and some new pretext furnished for
continued warfare upon the public tran
quility and peace."
In addressings jury upon one occa
sion, the celebrated Mr. Jeffrey found it
necessary to make very free with the
character of a military officer, who was
present during the whole harangue.
Upon hearing himself several times
spoken of at "the soldier," the son of
Mars, boiling with indignation, inter
rupted the pleader '. "Don't call me sol
dier, sir, I'm an officer." Mr, Jeffery
immediately went on! "Well, gentlemen
this officer, who is no soldier, was the
sole cause of all tbe mischief that baa
ccurrvd."
The Fbuit. Tbe late frosts have not
iojured tbe fruit to any ronsic'erable
extent, as ia supposed. The grapes have
been touched rather severely, but are
not entirely cut off' We have passed
the season of frost, as is to be hoped
and trust that good time for vegitation
Dayton Journal.
ntl.
Dont you remember Old Towser,
dear Kate. Old Towser, so shaggy
nd kind ; how be used to lay, day and
night, by the gate, and seize interlop
era behind. (Here the machine broke
down.
Mister, bow do yen sell your beef this
morning?
'Fourteen cents a pound'
'Fourteen cents, ehT Have you got a
neartT
No I just aold it.'
Well, I know'd you could'nl have a
heart and ax fourteen cents for your
peef. '
"Nad baa run away with your wife,'
said one friend to another. "Poor fel
low, I pity bim 1" was the reply.
Tbe fellow who kept a "stiff upper
lip,'regrted afterward that Le didn't
five it to pretty" girl. A lesson for
future practice.
The man wbo can demand advice is
fIaa superior to him wbo ess jive it.
Uuckcjo Block,
No. 1, Front Street.
DISSOLUTION,
THE co-partneiship heretofore existing
Helcvee-u the subscribers, under the firm
of Oakts & Buskirk, was this day dissolved
by mutual consent. F. J. Oakes having sold
his entire inlert-st to Messrs. Georgect Chas.
H. Davis, all claims will be settled.and debts
collected by Buekirk & Davis, our successors.
F. J. OAKES,
A. W. BUSKIRK.
A. W. LUbKIBK, GEO. DAVIS, CHAS. H. DAVIS.
BISKIRK & DAVIS, .
(Successor of OuYta & Buskirk.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
PRODUCE DEALERS,
Eurkrye Clork, Front Street.
PORTSMOUTH, 0.
January 19, 1854.,-tf.
Slcam CaMncl Factory.
J. II. WAIT,
Corker of Jefferson and Second Streets,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
""1ALLS the attention of the citizens of
J. Vinton and adjoining counties to his su
perior stock of . .m
CABlAETipWARE,
w hich he offers at wholesale or retail on reas
onable terms. Give him a call.
Orders attended to promptly. ,
March 24.1854. ly
S. Hi HOLMES
j
(Successor to Smith and Holmes.)
MANUFACTURERS OF
Tin. Sheet Iron, nnil Copper Wares,
ALSO DEAI.EE8, WHOLESALE RETAIL, IN
S.ot-es, Grates. & Hollow Ware,
MARKET STREET, EAST SIDE.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
Sept: 8 1551. ly.
GLO. &l)TIIERLIi & CO.,
AGENTS FCR THE SALE OF
Virginia & Kentucky Manvjactured
1 U b A C U U ,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 1, Buckeye Block, Front St.,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
Office op Stairs.
October 3, 1854.
BIGGS HOUSE,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
THE subscriber having lensed the above
House, (formerly the United States Ho
tel.) and having made a complete renovation
pnbre-furnithed the house with new Furniture
throughout, respectively invites the traveling
public to give dim a tall.
HIS TABLE
Will always contain the best that the market
a fiords, and no means will be spared to make
all comfortable. JOliiN KUYV.
Oct. 10th, IS54 .
ISIIAIV3 HOUSE.
SMITH & SONS,
JACKSON C. H., OHIO.
Sept. 23, lS53.-ly .
U, 11. JOHN SON,
(SUCCESSOR TO JOSEPH JObES,)
DEALER IN
Medical, Theological, Blank and Miscella
neous Dcoks, Muliuncry and Mall Paper,
PAINT STREET,
CIJILL1COTHE, OHIO.'
Books received from the Eastern Mar
ket at their earliest publication, or ordered
when desired.
W. M. Starr, G. D. Tewksbury
VELEY ETARR&, 6CNS.
GENERAL CO ill MI S SI ON ME rail ANTS,
for the Bala of Western Frolno
LEAF TOBACCO IXC OR, fHOVISIONS, fcc
Nos. 65&&7S. CHARLES STREET.
Between Pratt and Camden streets. near the
Tobacco Inspection Warehouses,
BALTIMORE.
Liberal advances mude on consignments.
N. B. We have recently removed to our
new and extensive warehouses, upon South
Charles Street, where we have ihe advantage
ol a Rail Road track of our ow n, (connecting
our Houfe with the B. & O. Railway,) and
are thus enabled to receive all our consign
ment s. when sent in carloads, free of Dray
age. We have, also, evey facility for the ie
ceiut and sale of Tobacco, Flour. Provisions.
and Western Pioduce, generally.
We send a correct statement of the Markets
monthly, to our friends, or oftener if desired
June 1054 lyr.'
STEIN & BROTHER,
Manufacturers and Wholesale dealers fn
Ta. rrnin
No. 316 BALTIMORE STREET,
Between Howard and Libkrty-st&
BALTIMORE.
&W ANDERSON,
FCRWARDIXu AD COMMISSION MERCHANT,
CENTER WHEELING WHARVES
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Has large-and extensive Ware Ilouffs. and
is prepared with every facility, to attend to
all business, entrusted to his care, properly
He forward), freight by Car loads or otherwise
September 2,1653. ly
NO. D. PHOKIX, T. II. EAIiCOCK, JNO. BABCOCK.
BABCOCK&CQ.
LOLLSAfi GliOCEHS &
Commission Merchants.
No. 63 & 67 Water Stmt, NEW fORK.
Fehuarjr 17, '51. ly.
IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.
loo.ooose.
3000 Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
50O Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nails.
30OO Lbs. square, round and octagon
SteeL Just received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July 29,' 1853.
Hoarders Wanted!
A FEW BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOM
wodated bv applying soon at LIBERTY
HALL. - ' A.CAMPBELL.
Marck 30, IS5I. 3w.
300,000 .;.
GIFTS FOR THE - PEOPB !
IX
CAPITAL CITY ART-UNION,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
BRUNELL & CO'S.; SECOND GREAT
OUT DISTRIBUTION.
Tha proprietors take grtat pteaanre in
announcing to tbe citizena of tbe Union,
that in consequence of the great eat:a
faction manifested by the ticket-hold
era of their first great Diatribution, and
the many thousand solicitations Irom all
parts of tha country, in relation to
whether they intended getting up anoth
er Distribution of Gifts for the people,
they hare, an immense outlay, been en
abled to offer to their thousands of pat
ions the following valuable, magnifi
cent, and unprecedented BRILLIANT
SCHEME, to be distributed aa anon as
the 300,000 Beautiful Engravings of the
Capitol ol Ohio are distributed among
their Patrons. The price of the Engra
vings is but One Dollar, and aa parlor
ornament it cannot be surpassed.
Read attentively the following list of
beautiful and costly gifts, which will
be satisfactorily distributed by a com
mittee of ten. selected one fiom each
State where the largest number of sub
scribers are obtained:
I Farm in the State of Indiana fttO.OQO
1 do In Ohio 8.000
1 do do 6,000
2 Four-story Brick Dwelling and
Lot. fn Columns, Ohio 6,500
I do do do do-6,500
1 Beautiful residence in tbe
town of Mt. Vernon 5.500
I Two-Story Brick Building in
Chillicoth 3,500
I Brie Cottage and lot in Col-
umbu 3,000
1 do do do 3,000
1 Frame do do do 2,500
1 Handsome country residence in
Sego, Perry county, Obio 1,500
4 Splendid building lots in Col
umbus, at 12,000 8,000
10 do do do 11,500 15.000
4 do do Cleveland 6,000
1 Grand Action Piano (Chicker-
ing's 1,200
1 Gold VValth, set with Dia-
monds 1.000
5 Gold Watches, at 500each2,50l
10 Rosewood Pianos, at fc500--5.000
10 do do at 400 4.000
10 do do at 300 3,000
50 Gold Watches, at $150. 7,500
100 do at 100 (0,000
100 do
100 do
300 Siver do
500 do do
at
at
at
at
75.
40.
20.
15-
7.500
4.000
6,000
7,500
1000 Ladie's Gold Breast Fins
at 64 4.00C
200 do Brocha shawls at 125 5,000
500 do Silk Dress Patterns,
at $20 10.000
5000 Gold Pencils, at (3 15,000
10000 Gold Pens, with Silver
Cases, at 42 20,000
20000 Gold rings, at $1,50 each 30,000
12084 do at t,00 each-. 12.084
Every purchaser of the splendid large
Lithographic Engraving, will receive a
Certificate of Membership entitling
them to a chance in the above list of
valuable and costly Gifts for the Peo
ple. The Engravings can be sent by
mail (without being damaged,) to any
part of the country.
03" FIRST CQMK VIBST SERVED, tT)
Persons wishing to act as Agents for
us will please send a recommendation
signded by the Postmaster or some othei
influential and well kuown person in
the place where they reside.
To those persons who have been act
ing aa Agents for us in our former Dis
tribution, this is not required.
All orders with the money enclosed,
free of postage, will meet with prompt
attention.
In order to prevent mistakes, agents
and others transmitting money to us
will please have it sealed in the pros
ence of the Postmaster, and the amouut
entered on the way bill.
We prepay all our letters, circulars,
dc, to our agents and correspondents
and expect them to do the same with
us.
Agents wanted in every town, whom
we will furnish mith posters, circulars,
schelules, instructions, &c, on appli
cation at our office, or by mail post paid
For further particulars see the descrip
live bills, &c, or enquire at the office
No. 2, Walcutt's Block, Town Street
Columbus Ohio.
BRUNELL & CO,
Proprietors.
IF YOU CALL l'OU WILL MX
JOHN S. HAWK,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO,
Dialer in all kinds of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, QUEENSWARE, HATS,
CAPS, BONNETS, BOOTS 4
SHOES. READY-MADE
CLOTHING, IRON &
NAILS, &c. Also,
Agent for
LOUDON & Co's. POPULAR FAMILY
MEDICINES.
TS just receiving from Cincinnati, one of the
X Largest a.id best selected stocks of mw
fashionable and
CHEAP GOODS
Ever brought to McArlhur, expressly for tbe
Winter trade, which M is (".eiermined to sell
on the most reasonable terms.
Just call and see my New Goods before
purchasing elsewhere.
Bring along your Produce, for in the war
of Barter he will give you as good bargains as
though you Drought the'Jash.
November 17, 1854. 1st, c. ly.
D. H, MIBRAT, P. H. MUBBAT, JAS. M F.A
& (NiTi
Impojters of, and Dealers in,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY
SIGX OF THE FROST ST.
PORTSMOUTH. OHIO,
WE will duplicate bills with any regular
jobbing House iu the West. Com. try mer
chants, furnace Proprietor, railiuad conlrar.
tors, and others, wifleubserve their interests by
giving ug caiL
May 19. 54. tv.
JOli W OltK. of every description neutl,
executed, at this Office.
J. STEPHENSON,
BOOK SELLER. STAIONER.AND
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER,
Mo 4 Back Block, Fvent St., Fonunooth, bio
Has on hand a complete assort men t 'of
MISCELLANEOUS, LAW. MEDICAL.
COMMON SCHOOL AND CLASSSICAL
TOOETHEI WITH A FILL STOCK OF
Staph and Fancy Stationery,
I am confident that it would be foi the in
terestf of dealers in this vicinity, to make
their purchases of me, instead of going or
sending East. The difference of time, the
cost of transportation, with the advantage of
frequent orders for small quantities, make it
more economical as well as more expeditious
to purchase in this market.
I invite buyers to examine my stock, and
compare my prices with those of , Booksellers
in Cincinnati, or elsewhere.
School and Classical Books,
All the kinds in use, at the lowest rates.
A Complete Assortment of Lav and
Medical Bookt ; Miscellaneous Books ;
All the Neu and Standard Publications.
lhave also, in connection with my Book
Store, an extensive Bindery, where Blank
Books of any size and Pattern of superior
quality, suitable for County Offices, Banks,
turnaces, lnsuarance Companies, &c, are
made to order.
Staple and Fancy Stationery of all kinds.
WALL PAPERS, CURTAIN PA
PERS. AND BORDERING.
I offer the largest and best stock ever bro't
to our city.and will tfell them eihter at Whole
sale or Retail, at as low rates aa any house
Wast ol the Mountains. I hava all kinds,
from the richest Gilt to the commonest kind
manufactured. I purchase them directly from
the manufacturers, and can sell them very low
to the country trade.
It will afford me 'pleasure to show my
goods, and I snail spare no etlorts to render
entire satistaclion.
Booksellers, country dealers and private li
braries supplied at the very lowest rutei, in
laree or small Quantities.
1 shall be happy to receive orders, assuring
those who send, that they will be filled
promply. Particular attention paid to orders
by Mail, or otherwise, for quantities, or sin
gle volumes.
Portsmouth, April 28, 1854. .
CHAS. A. M. DAMARIN & Co
RECEIVED direct from Nw Orleans,
575 bhds fair to prime N. O. Sugar;
20 " clarified do.
169 bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugar:
54 bxs white Havana, lor candy and syr
ups;
2337 bis N. O.Molases;
75 do "St. James" choice sugar H, m
lasse;s
100 do Common sugar H. molasses.
10 do Golden syrup;
55 Tes- Rice;
300 bags Rio and Java coffee;
Which, together with a full and completed
stock of.
Woodware Buckets, tub.zine washboards,
brooms, &c.
Fruits & Nuts Figs, resins' almonds pe
cans, E. Walnuts, filberts; Brazil nuts; &c.
fci'icKS 'Ground and uneround Pepper:
alspices; cinnamon; cloves; ginger; nutmegs:
Fish mackeral: dried hermit, codfish: sar
dines:
Teas A large atock of fresh imperial: Y:
Hj sou; gunpowder and black tea:
Tobacco Fives; eights and pound plug of
good Virginia, Missouri and Kentucky brands
also, uedge o mo s aud other good brands
of 6 twitt tobacco:
Dye-stuffs Indigo: copperas madder and
alum:
Sundriet Soap: candles, starch, chocolate:
salajratus: super carbonate of soda: epsom
salt; lead; shot; warpping paper; &c, &c.
we win set at the regular Cincinnati
wholesale prices:
U. A. N. DAiUAKliN ct Co.
Portsmouth, April 11.1854.
TO THE BOOT AND M10E TRADE!
n, BELL t GO.,
Wholesale Manutacturers and Dealers ii
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS.
LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS. f-c,
No. 5, Enterprise Block, Front St.,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
r" AVE the pleasure of announcing to the
XX trade in general, that they are now till
ing their large shoe warehouse, witn a more
abundant stock than ever, diiect from the
hands of the best manufacturers East, and
theii own workshops at home; consisting of s
great variety ol the best class ot goods suited
to the wants ol this country lor the rail t rade,
All dealers at WHOLESALE are earnestly in
vi ted to call belore purchasing, and examine
for themselves their extensive stock now on
hand, and still coming in, as they feel assured
of their ability to please in quality and price,
Their lareelv increased trade allords oneev
idence of lAe favor with which their manner
of doing business has been received, and while
they testify to the liberality of their patrons
and friends, they reiterate the assurance that
they will spare no pains to render entire sat
isfaction. Their stock is large, manufactured
mostly in their own shops, and by contract
to their order, lheir facilities for doing a
larre business are abundantly ample. They
sell only at wholesale, have but ohc micE,
and will warrant all their goods as they rep
resent them, An examination of their goods
and prices. 19 respectlully sol ic ted.
September ii, lbM. Jmo.
DENN1NU, CARirUELL A Co.,
Importrn and Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Hardware, Saddlery, Iron, Glass,
Ac, Ac
WOULD respectfully Informtheir friends
and the public that they have at length
got into their splendid new room, and have
fitted it up expressly for the Hardware trade, (in
the burnt district) under the sign of theblLl
ANVIL, East side or Paint, between Water
and 2d sts, wheie they are opening, in addi
tion to part of their former stock, a large and
desirable stock of American, German and
English Hardware, Saddlery, Iron and Glass
together with all articles usually kept in Hard'
ware stores, and invite all to call and take
look at their new room and examine their
stock.
They have continued a stock of Goods
their OLD STAND, sign of the Mill Saw,
Tagert's square, (under the immediate care
one of the firm) where they have been so ib-
erally patronized the past year, for which thei
use mis opportunity oi returning urcir sin
cere thanks, and solicits continuance of the
tame for both establishments, promising
keep as good Goods and sell aa low as any
this market.
May 10, 1853.-n49 It
LOOK HERE
JOHN SWEPBTON SAMUEL 8WEPST0K
T & S. SWEPSTON have opened a
O atock of Goods at PRATTSVILLK,
Call and see for yourselves.
Dec 1st, 1854. omo.
assrJa&MraM,-.
At Pbattstii.le, wish to purchase Hides
which the highest.Market price will be given
January O, IBQD.tt.
OI YOKES.
i rYANKEfc Ox Yokes, at the Gilt..nv
ID DENNING, CAMPBELLA CO.
Proclamation.
PULVERMACIIER'S
' Drdro-Eltftrie Toltaie Chains!
ANEW and NOVEL mode of applying a
powerful remedial agent, so constructed
mm in tie worn under ihe carmen ts, next to the
akin, producing a constant wi interrupted cur-
rem of Jilectro-Magnettsm.eiieciwg
lMfcDI.VlK KB.L.I1!.
from the most acute pain, and also a perman
ent cure of all
NERVOUS DISEASES.
It seldom has failed to furnish almost in
stant relief, and a Final Pkkmanent Cubk
by being used according todirecttiou, to the
following diseases:
Rheumatism, Lierine rains,
Gout, Sciatica, Palpitation of Heart
Paralysis, Periodical Headache
gainful swelled joints, St. Vitus Dance
Neuralgia of the Face, General Debiletv,
Disease of the Spine, Pains of the Chest,
lDeafness Blindness, Hvsterics, Dyspepsia
All Diseases that are caused by a deficient
mount of Nervous fluid, are greatly reliev
ed, if not permanently cured simply wearing
the chains tor a lew hours eacn uay.
Be it understood Hint it is not claimed
that it cures all diseases, but 'only those for
which it is recommended, and moreover, we
boldly claim and defy, that no medical agent
of any Kind has pretormea so many cures uur
inz the last year, of those diseases just nam'
ed as
Pulvebmachcb a Electric Chains.
And to prove this assertion we.de fy any per
son to produce so many well authenticated cer
tiheates of Scientific Physicans and intelli
gent patients as may be found in a pamphlet
of 36 pages, to be had gratis of the agent in this
I own.
The Electric Chains were first introduced In
France in 1850, and after being subjects J to
the most Thobouoh ano R'ioidTkial. by the
first medical men in Pans, tliey wereIo';nd
to Dossess strong and marvellous powers in
relevine rain, wherever applied, and by thi'ir
influence were idtroduced into the hospitals of
that city .anil alro.seeured by letters pateutby
the French Government.
They are now introduced in almost every
Hospital in England, Germany, Austria,
Belgium, and patented in those countries
where they have bcome the
Most Popular Curative aoext in the
Wobld!
They were first introduced in the United
States about one year since, and went through
with the same trial as in Europe, and were at
once introduced into every Hospital in New
York, where they are now in daily use,
effecting even mor wonderul cures than had
ever before been awarded them. They are
highly recommended Profs. Valentine Mutt
Van Buren, Post, and others, who hare pub
lished their views of their power and value in
several of the medical journals in that city,
and are also in the daily practice ol recom
mending their use to patients. A full ac
count of their opinion may also be found
every pamphlet, and sent tu tha ad
dress of any person in the State, applying
(post paid) to the agents. The Chains
can be sent by mail, with full description
for use.
CCT Price of Chains, $3 and 5.
Physicians arc politely invited to call
and examine their construction, and pro
nounce upon their merit.
One wobo more to Invalids.
No person need fear that they will not
ccomplieh Jst wnat u is claimed iney
can do, and all persons who have become
isgusted with a constant pouring down of
patent nostrums (bottled swill) are kindly
and politely invited to give them a trial.
Cahb to Ladies. Ladies who arc en
ciente, are requested not to wear them for
a great length ot tune, lor by to doing,
miscarriage is frequectly produced.
JY B. One Chain will last for years and
lose none of its electric power bv use, can be
applied to either adult or cluid. l'or sale
in all the principal cities in the U. S,
J. oteinebt, ueuerul Agent. X l.
All communications (Post paid) addressed
to S. S. DEMUTH, McArlhur Ohio, Agent
for Vinton and adjoining Counties, will re
ceive prompt attention.
June 3'J, 1034. I y
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fine
O,
Public 1 n i lalioiK
U1CK0CK & lire,
WJt AVING just opened a Wholesale and
XX Retail HAT STOKE in Portsmouth
on Front Street, between Market and Jefl'er
son, they invite All to call aud examine then
stock of
.flints and Caps, Straw Goods, Trunks,
1 Valises. Carpet Bags, Umbrellas It.,
OP EVERY DESCBIPTION.
Purchasers can at all limes find at oures
tablishment a full aud complete sssorlmen
of the richest and most desirable styles, at
well as the most common fabrics. Our long
experience in the business, and knowledge ol
manufacturing, with the facilities lor purclia
6ing, are such that we. are confident we can
sell lower tiian any other House in the West.
FURS of all kinds wanted, for w hich the
highest prices will be paid.
rortsmouth, November 4. I Hod. ly
JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE.
HH. JOHNSON, (successor to Joseph
Jones) keeps constantly on hand
large stock ot
BOOKS, STATIONERY, WALL
PAPER Jbc,
Which he will sell at Eastern Prices. It
hia design to afford Country Merchants, and
puichasers generally, such facilities tor sup
plying themselves with every article in his
ine, as they have not nereioiore enjoyeti.
Auditions are now being made to ins stock
which will make one of the Largest anr Jest
in tbe Western country.
As a mere outline, his stock wilt be found
to consist of
BOOKS Medical. Scientific, Law, Theolog
ical. School, Blank and Mistellanecus
STATIONERY Letter, Cap, Bill and Note
Paper.
ENVELOPES Buff, Embossed and Plain
White, and Government.
WALL PAPER A heavy and well selected
stock, at prices ranging from o cents
to $1,50 per bolt. Also, Borders
the greatest variety, and Window
Blinds.
BLN K BOOKS Ledgers, Journals, Day
Books, and Time Books, all of every
style.
PERIODICALS Those issued Monthly, and
Others.
MAPS Laree Mans of both Hemispheres and
of the United states; ainail Maps
each of the Western States, and
Mexico.
FANCY ARTICLES of diflf rent kinds.
ALSO Slates, Copy Books, Copper Plate
Pencils, Gold and Steel Pens, Ink
all kinds, Inkstands, Wafers, &c, &c
All of which wiii be sold low. at Whole
sale and Retail at Johnson's Book Store,
Jones' old stand, Paint St., Chillicolhe, Ohio,
December O. 1853. ly.
for
Clothing!
1
have a small Stock of Ready Made Cloth
ing left, that 1 will sell out at Cost. Cal
and see at BRAT'I ON"S.
STRAW CUTTERS.
Qf YANKEE Straw Cutters, from &?
yj 12; received at tbe Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
Juty , lfeK.
a
js
Iraim'r''
CHERRY PECTORAL,
For th rapid Cor or
fOUGnS, COLDS, 1I0ARSEXESS,
BR0XnHTIS,W!I00FlXG-C0CGH,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AXD
coxsrsiPTio.
WE invite the attention or the fublic to
the' Certificates appended below, aud
bespak for them that candid consideration
which their honest frankness deserves.
Men in such stations as many who volun
tarily bear witness to the efficacy and value ef
Cherry Pectoral, do not wantonly triflo
with, or distort facts, nor overstate uietr con
victions. Judge men, wnetner mis ia nui wir
medicine to trust when you must have relief
for the throat or lungs; judge too, whetkrev
ery family ought not to have it by them as a
safeguard against the everywhere prevailing
enemy, which steals with fatal frequency up
on almost every flock and carries oflf the lamb
from many a home?
Jackson C. II., Jackson City, 0 , 20th Xot., ISM.
Dr. J.C. Ayer. . .
Sir The Cherry Pectoral is much Inqui
red after. Several of our best Physicians
Ifuve used it, three of them in their own case
and always with the happiest effects. The
numerous patent .medicines always before
them, lead to incredulity in regard to every
new remedy; and it is only after undoubted
evidence of vulue iu any arlicle.that anything
like a general confidence can be excited.
The unrivalled excellence of this combina
tion of agents, (in lheChrry Pectoral) proved
beyond cavil by repeated trial under their own
observation, has compelled medical men to
proclaim abroad its usefulness. It is beyond
all doubt the best general remedy we have fo r
the Pulmonary Affections of this climate, a t
the same time sedative and expectorant a
rare combination of ptoperties.
In hope that it will prove its own reward,
I subscribe mvself.
Respectfully your obt. scrvt.,
JAS. H. C. MILLEJ.M. D.
Allegan. Mich., 10th Jan., 1853.
Dear Sir No one, nonof one-man, wom
an, or child can be found to deny that the
Cherry Pectoral is all lhat it claims to be.
There is much used in this vicinity although
not known uiiMl recently. The community,
should know its virtues.
' Yours truly,
John It. Kellooo, M. D.
Let gentlemen of the Legal Profession mark
this case.
Williamsbuig, L. I., Sept. 3, 1852.
Dr. J. C. Aver,
Dear Sir Over application for the past
th ree yea rs to m y d u ties as a n ad voca te btoiigh t
on some eight months ago a severe irritation
ot the bronchial tubes, 'vnicn was a constant
iinoyance to mc, and fast becoming a source
f er'eat apprehension. Every remedy tried,
failed to even relieve ine.till I used your Cher
ry Pectoral. This has not only relieved me,
but as I trust. wholly cured me. I care noth
ing for the reputation of advocoting Patent
Mediciiles.Biid this is at your service. 1 shall
rercoinmend it to members of the bar, and
others whom I may meet, laboring under
inilar ludispoBiliuns.
Yours truly,
R. F. Jones.
South Taris, Me., Aug. 18, 1850.
1 have no hesitation iu saying.thal 1 regard
Aver's Cherrv Pectoral as decidedly the best
remedy within my knowledge lor the cure of
chronic bronchitis, coughs, aud all diseases of
the lungs. M. A. Rust, M. D.
Montgomery, Ala., October 4, ISt'J.
Dr. J. C. Aver, Sir: lhave used yotn ad
mirable coin pound extensively in my practice,
mil lind it tosurpuss, by lur, any oth'.r reme
ly we have for curing diseases upon the lungs.
Your obedient servt., R. B. Jones, M. V.
What yet remains to con vines the most m
:reclulous that the Cherry Pectoral is all that
t purports to be, viz: an unequalled iemediul '
wiit for all diseases of the throat and lungs.
I heexneiience of years, has proven il to w
such, aud we submit it to the people, believ
ing that its virtues will lully maintain its
lepuiation.
rrepareit byj.U Aint, uneiiiist, i.oeu,
Massachusetts,
fry- Beware of worthless preparations
attempted to be palmed off under a similar
name.
Sold By
F, ECKSTEIN, jr., Cincinnati; G.B. WILL,
McArthur. and by dealers in Medicine evary
v here. Jan. 26 55 4mo.
CL1AE & - GARDNER,
DRUGGISTS,
WILKES YILLE, Olll'O,
KEEP constantly on hand the fedoning
genuine and popular family medicine.
PILLS. Sellers Liver Pills, McLaine s
Liver Pills, Aver's Pills.
COUGH REMEDIES. Seller's Imperial
Couch Syrup, Aver's Cherry Pectoral, Seller's
u:..c....... c.ll'..'. c f C....S1U
WORM MEDICINES, Seller's Vermifuge,
McLai ne's Vermifuge.
LINIMENTS. H. G. Parrel's Indian Lin
ment. Gardner's Volatile Liniment. Rad way's
Ready Relirf, Pain Curer, Liquid Opidildoc.
HAIR TONICS. Lyon's Kathairon.O, S.
Gaylords.
also: A large and wen seieciea siocr oi
Drugs, Medicines. Oils, Paints and Dye-stufls;
all (or sale af the lowest prices.
Oct. 27lh, 1854. ly.
ati 1 1 J- ""
Scioto and H. V. Railroad.
of
On, and after Tuesday, August 1th, IS34
Trains will. run as follows to-wit:
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at 9 o-
clock A. M. and arrive at Jackson at 12 o clock
M. "Returning h ave Jaekson at 2 o clock P.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 6 o clock P.
M.
Trains No. 2 leave Jackson at7 J o'cloc. A.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth till o'clock A.
M. Returning leave Portsmouth at 2 P. M.
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
J. W. WEBB. Superintendent.
May 5, '54. tf. lc 251.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
of
of
to
THE Board of School Examiners, of
Vinton County, will hold their re
gular rnee'.itgs for the examination of
candidates on the FIRST SATURDAY of
each month, at the school room of O. T.
Gunning in McAr'.hur, commencing a t
10 o'clock A. M. At every examination,
a certificate of good moral character, re.
cenlly signed by at leas' two resjioiisi
ble persous,,will be re qui re r of each can
didate, aud the Examiners would espe
cially guard individuals against recom
mending any person who is iu the habit
of using profane language or indulging
in .intoxicating drink, or in any oihr
uocial vict, or immorality.
O. T. GUNNING.
C'erk Board School Examiners, V. Co.
lVb. Ioo3-lr.

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