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COCK-A-DOO-DLE-DOO!
OLD VIRGINIA COMPLETE!!
KNOW NOTHINGISM NOWHERE!
Wises' Maj. 12,000!!!
EVERY MEMBER OF CONGRESS DEMOCRATIC
Democratic Majority in Legislature 48!!!
The litest returns from this Stale leave
no doubt of the complete overthrow oi
the Secret Ordtr in Virginia, end the
tnoit brilliant Democratic victory ever
achieved in the OKI Dominion. The tide
of Know Nothiagism has been arrested
in its onward progress and driven entire
If from the South. New York, Michigan
and Illinois have repudiated il North;
Pennsylvania sLd Ohio will surely do so
in October next.
This mushroom party f midnight mas
querades are doonird to defeat every;
where. Their days are numbered.
"There is nothing hidden that shall not be
Bible.
Nearly Dead!
As a well-known reverend gentleman
was passing through Centre Market, on
Saturday morning last, lie was abrupt
ly accosied by an individual ol "tincer
lain age," who was evidently agitated
by some internal emotion or commotion.
'Are you a clergyman?" asked the
individual.
'I am," responded the parson, look
ing down complacently at his white
neckcloth.
"A melancholy, but not unexpected,
event has just taken place."
'Ah'"
. "Oh!"
A death, I suppose."
'You hive hit it.'"
"A relative?"
No."
"A Iriend?"
"No, thank God."
"This sounds strange, if not irrev
erent. What do you wish me to do?"
"1 wish you to officiate at the Inner
al this afternoon."
14 hose funeral? '
"The funeral of, not my friend, but
your friend, Sam!"
The poor parson fairly siarred un
der the efTects of the sudden and sad
dening intelligence. Slowly recover
ing himself, however, he smilingly ou
tcried tlSam is not dead. At t'.te wort,he
is only dying."
'II that is the case," continued his
tormentor, "you should attend the Wise
meeting this evening.
"Why so?'
"Just to hear the old gentleman
groan
FROM CANADA.
to, June & 1 1 is rummed that
the BriUsh Government Iihs ordered the
lOiitinuante of the seal of pcneriniienl
al Clue bee, not u i iti'u nd i u the decisiwr.
of the provincial parliHiiient in favnr ol
Toronto, The rem, on i I lit. I possibly the
Cuban difficulties may place the Biiitsh
government in anif.',iuism with the
United States, in which case consider)
tiens of defence will require the seat
government to remain at Quebec. The
rumor is generally credited.
Ancient and Modern.
me
ol citizens, the Pairicians and (he
riebiaii!). All offices, according to the
laws and institutions, must be filled
from the Pali ician class, with one ex
cepliotiof the ofl'ne ol Tribune, nnd
that was only obtained by the Plebei
ans after a long and arduous struggle.
In this country the Know Nothin-js,
following alter and improving upon
this old authority, declare that they are
the elect, the Patric ians, and must hold
all the offices that tlie adopted citi
zens, the 'Plebeians shall hold none
not even the office of constable. Men
equal in every respect lo them, and ca
pable by the laws and constitution
this country to hold cilice, with one
single exception. Men of sense, are
you willing to subscribe to this doctrine?
Do you think it right If you do, go
with al your might and main. But
time will come as it did in Rome, but
it will be loo late your country will
no longer the home of the free and the
O. States.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
RIOTICE is hereby given that the Cum
y missioners of the County of Vinton.
Ohio, will meet at the residence of Miles
Tladcliff, at Eagle Mills, in Eagle Town
ship, in said Vinton County, on Thurs
day, June 28, 1855, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
for the purpose of receiving bids for
"building i Self Suppotling Bridge with
stone ibutments, across Big Salt Cieek,
near the mouth of Pretty Run.
The specifications, giving size and
description in full, can be seen at all
times, until the duy of sale, at Mr. Rad
cliff's. at laid Eagle Mills.
TERMS: Said bridge will be paid
for as follows, lo wit : Uue third by the
County when the work is completed and
taken off the Contractors hands by the
Commissioners ; one third in respousi
ble subscriptions of citizens of the
neighborhood, at the same .ime: and
one third In one jear thereafter.
JOHN DOWD; )
JOHN KINNEY; Coins. V. C. O.
JOHX SWA1M: )
jtine 8. '55 3w.
JOSEPH DIXON'S ESTATE.
TVJOTlCE U hereby given, that James Ma
gee, Ad ministry loi. ol the E-tatg of
Joseph Dixon, late of the county of Vinton
ieceased, has filed his accounts and vouchers,
ssuch Administrator, for inspection and par
lial sMUemciU, and tint the same will be
Issed upon by said Court, on the 2!ih day
ot Jnne, iboo. . n l'.HMvrrf.
Jin:,-3rt.'rro. Judi, V. C, O.
MARKETS.
McArthur, June 8.
2,00 Iron, M
12 Leather, 18o31
10 Lard per lb.. 8
U Molasses pr gal, SO
9 Ndils.3dtol0d. 6al2
Apples, D.,'
Butlei per lb.. .
Smoked limns,-
" Shoulders,
" Sides,-
Brooms,
Beans, W.
test Coffee,-
Candles,
Cheese,
Cloverseed
Corn
Kggs pel doz-"
Flour ti htin.
30 Oats, 40
2,00 Potatoes, Irish. . 125
16 ; Teacses, D 2.25
20 Pork prewt .... 4,00
15 Suiar N. O.. 10
COG ' Loaf. 15
65 Crushed,- 10a 12
8;Salt, per bbl 3,50
4.50 " Table, pr Sack, -37
t9,00;Soap per lb 3a5
-75jTeas, Y. H. 75
40 Imperial 100
8Tallow. 12
8t10! Wheat per bu. 1,50
... 4lVoolperlb-.-20a50
Flour .per bbl
Flax Seed
Festhers,
rish. White,
" Mackerel.-
Hides-. ......
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
Foiitsmo
utii, June 8, 1855.
" Loaf ti
' Crushed.. 10
Apples, Dried.-!75
brooms pr doz 2o300
uncoil Hums per lb, .1
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 55
Shoulder 10
leas, loose in packs.
" Y. H., lb. 45&10
" Imper'l,. 75
" Gunp'wder 55
Tobacco M&K. cav.25
" Sides "
Beans, W. per bu. 1,75
Candles, mould- - 15
" Slur 21
Cotton Yarns-.-- 1SJ
" Va. cav.. - 20ul5
Cheese.W.R. Ib.lOall
Oil, Lard pr gal.-- efl
Oil, Linseed "... 10o
Oals pr, bu. 5q
Colfee, Rio-. iaVi
Cloverseed,- 601
Hour pi bbl---8'J,75
Feathers pr lb.-. 40
Peaches,Uried-.- 2,0n
Potatoes, Irish.. 125
t laxseed, pr bu. I.JU
aaleratuspr lb... 5i5)
Tallow pi lb. . . 1 1
rish, Lou prlb.-... .
" Mackerel fc!2u2l
lar pr bul 5, On
Lard pr lb. it
Ciinothy seed, (3a32)
Wheat pr bu. - l,2&
Molasses, N. O. gal. 35
S. H. 40
liiiike)', Common Jo
" Moii'liula, 5n
" G. S. " 50
Nails, -- 10 to Ekl U
" Bye, .... 6()
Sugar N. (). 0Ju6
Here's tlie l'luit to Ucl Your JIuiicy liuck!
PtlLllTsALE,
''I'MIE subscribe! will offer for sale, on
JL MONDAY. THE Uth DAY OF JUNE,
commencing at t) o'clock, A. M., at his Shop,
one door East ol J. S. Hawk's Store, Mc Ar
thur, Ohio, a large lot of Saddles, Bridles,
Harness and Lullurs; also, Sidesaddles, Bug
gy Harness, Half-Tug Harness; together with
a lot ol Back Bauds, Hiding Bridles, Lines,
&c.,fcc.
CON DITIONS. Three months cred it on all
sums over 85,00 the purchaser giving his
note, with approved security .
Junel,'55.tf O. SAYLOR.
SETTLEMENT VY GUARDIAN.
NOTICE U hereby given, that Louisa
Shiiriz. Guardiiui ol Henrietta Shiinz,
has tiled, in the Probate. Court of niton
County, her accounts, unil vouchers, as such
Guardiun, lor inf ection and liuiil settlement;
ami tiiut Hie sume w ill lie j Hsst-d upon by said
Court, on the 2 2d duv ol June. A. I).. ib55.
June l,'55-3w. B. P. HEWITT,
Probate JuigeVtC.,0.
NOTICE.
of
-srs
,4 LL persons are herebv forbidden from
XX. purchasing oi trading fur a certain Note,
executed by the uudersiueil, payable to Den
nis Wilson, or order, for the 6uin of Twentv-
V ive Dollars, dated the 2Jth day of May, A.
I)., 1855 due one year alter date as said
Note wus obtuiued fraudulently mid without
consideration, und will nut In- pxid bv us.
GKOKGE TllOMS,
MATILDA THOMAS.
June 1st, 1855. -4w.
WOOL! WOOL!!
10,000 lbs oi Wool Wan led.
I WISH to buy all the wool I can get, and
I will pay tlie ni(;liP6l market puces.
may A '05.-11 1 E. A BRATTON.
PHRHAM'S GIFT ENTERPRISE. The
Committee appointed by the Shareholders in
tins bliair. to distribute the 100,000 Gifts
amongst the ticket holders, have deferred the
distribution until the 5th of July, on account
ol there remuining unsold some few thou
sands of tickets. Mr. Perham, ever anxious
to meet the views of his patrons, offers extra
ordinary inducements to Agents lo engage in
I tie sale ot tlie remaining tu kets, so that there
may be no more deluys, which are unques-
louably as vexatious to him as lo those who
have purchased tickets in his entemriise. We
onuiie nil the reading ol his advertisement to
our patrons, anil dope that eucli and all will
lend a helping hand to brine i lie matter tu an
early and satialactory consummation.
of
it
a
be
John Kobbmsl in Vinton county Com.
rs. Pleas, March Term,
Margaret Var- j 1855.
ner and others. J Pahtitioh.
US ARGARET VARNER, Margaret
Iwl Lane, intermarried with Horrace
Lane, Levi A. Parish, Iaac Parish, Jemi
ma Trump, intermarried with Jacob
Trump, Cynthia Augenbaugh, intermar
rled with - AuueabatiKh, Anna
House, intermarried with George Iloue,
and Strphen Parish, whose places of res
idence are unknown, and Sarah Varner,
of Muskingum county, Ohio, will take
nonce that a petition was filed against
them on the 23d day of August, A. D
1854. -in the Court of Common Pleas ol
said Vinton county, Ohio, by John Rob-
bni3. and is now pending, wherein said
lohn 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 Ibe
north- west quarter of Section 26, Tom n
ship eleven, Range seventeen, excepting
seventeen acres on the north side of said
north east quarter, a.id excepting!, also
one sixteen'!! ol an acra ot said land
used as a buiying ground for Samuel Var
ner, deceased, and his family, contain
ing one hundred and eighty-three acres
more or less. And that al the next term
of said Court application will be made
by said John Robbins for ail order llu
partition be made of said premises.
JOHN ROBBINS,
By LEVI DUNGAN,
Apr. 20, 1855. 6w. hit Altorntu
Clothing! .
1
have a small Stock of Ready Made Cloth
ing left, that 1 will sell out l Cost. : Call
and see at BRATTON'S
BLUE CORNER.
r I HIS co-partnership uerelolore existing
l between the subscribers, under the firm
ol S. S. Demulh & Co., was this day dissolved
by mutual consent; S. S. Demuth having sold
his entire interest to E. A. Bratton, by whom
all claims will be settled and all debts collec
ted. S. S.. DEMUTH,
Arn 1st, K.'A. BRATTOK
BOOTS 1 SHOES.
JUST received the largest and best selection
of Boots and Shoes ever opened in this
market, consisting of
Genu. Enameled Brogani, '
Calf
" Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" MorrotcoSlipiiers,
" French Calf Boots,
Ladies Eusmeled Lace Boots,
Goat "
Sewed -'
Laced Gaiters.
M Patent Leather
" Enameled Jenney Lind's,
" Patent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Enameled
" " Slippers.
Childrens' Kid Laced Boots,
" FanOy , " "
" Roau "
" Kid Peg
" Enameled -"
Goat "
" Fancy "
Missel Kid Slfppers,
" Fancy Laced Boots.
Together with eve:? variety of Boots and
Shoes, of Mens', Womens' and childrens'
wear, at the lowest prices, at
BKATTON o.
9
0. SWETLAND B. C. C00SWELL,
IJOOT cV SHOE STORE,
AND
MANUFACTORY,
SWETLAND & COGSWELL
4
Opposite the McArthur House,
RETURN tlieir sincere thanks lo their
numerous friends and customers, for
he very liberal patronaee extended lo them
in the past season, and take pleasure in an
nouncing lhat they are now receiving at tlieir
Boot and Shoe Depot the largest ana best se
lected Slock of
Hoots k Shoes
Ever brought to McArthur: consistinelffll
in part of
GENTLEMENS' BOOTS & SHOES,
Gents. Buckskin Gaiters Gen Is. Congress Gait
ers, Gents Fancy Shoes.Gents Oxford Pumps,
Genu Enameled Nulifiers, Gents Enameled
Congress Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather Kid
Top rrir.ee Albert's, Genu Patent Lesther,
Drab Clolh. Kid top, Prime Albert's; Gents
Jersey Buckskin Shoes, Gents Opera Slippers;
together with every variety of Fine and
Coarse calf skin, Kip and Morocco Boots and
Shoes. Also, Ladies Boors ahd Shoes:
Ladies Buskin Gaiter Boots. Ladies' enamel-
ed Jenny Lind's R. R., Ladies' Morocco Jen-
oyLindsK. R., Ladies' Congress Gaiters,
Ladies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes, Ladies' en
amelled Morocco ' Shoes, Ladies' Victoria
Fancy Shoes Ladies' Fancy Too Boots. La-
dies' Fancy Buskins, bronzed tops, Ladies'
uiue uaus, uniies Lotored Sander s Uaiters.
Also: Misses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid
Boots and Gaiiers, Misses Fancr colored
Gaiters, Misses enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Child reii9' Boots s nd Shoes, Childrens' ralf,
peged. Shoes. Childrens' Fancr shoes. Chil
drens' Funcy Gaiiers. ami every o'.her variety
of Ladies', misses' and childrens' wear, Fine
and coarse.
We hsve any number of Workmen en
gaged, that is necessary, and aie prepared to
liil orders at the shortest notice.
CTf" All of our Goods will be sold t pri
ces that will give satisfaction. Call and ex
amine for yourselves-
M. DAVIS,
DEALER IN CRT GOODS AND CL0T1K0.
WJ OULD beg leave lo announce to his
V f numerous customers and the public
generally, that he is now in receipt of his
$irln(i mid Sumiiifr Good at his
store in the west part of his new block, on
Water Street, Chillicothe. From the long
experience he has had in business, and the lib
eral pntronage heretofore extended to him.
which has enabled him to purchase Roods for
cash only, he flatters himself lhat he can sell
hisEoodsat lower prices than he has ever
done before, and is confident lhat he can com
pete with any honest dealvr west of the moun
tains. His furnishine eoods are complete,
and tan fit out a customer to every article
required. His clothing department cannot
be excelled, as to neatness of fit. durability
of wear and strength of sewing. His goods
are selected by himself from the best European
and American manufactories, with great care
and attention and warranted all sound.
These Roods he will sell at len per -ent
ower than any other man in the city of Chil
i co the. Call and see for yourselves, and be
convinced by ocular demonstration.
COAL, COAL.
P. S. He would also bee leave to announce
to the citizens of Chillicothe. Monroe, Lees
burth, LexiiiKton, Martinsville and adjoin
mg towns, inai ne nas a regular line oi dobis
running to the coal mines, and that he is
ready lo contract for Rood Hocking serene
coai ai niaraei prices, anu wai ne win usur
er coal to auy ol the above stations on me
Railroad bv sending, their orders by mail.
he will also have a supply ol Jackson and
New Castle coal for Blacksmiihing purposes
always on hand. meyll 05 dmo,
J. K. & D. WILL
riAKE pleasure in announcing to their
JL friends, and the public generally, that
they are just opening a large assortment of
Summer Goods of every variety, suited to the
wants of this section of country, to which
they especially invite the attention of purch
asers, as they leel confident tbey cau give
the best satisfaction wiln regard lo price and
quality, &C Imayl8,3wj
J.K.&D. WILL,
' WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL tiEALEB 1ST
DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES
HARDWARE, QVEENSWANE,
KEAUY.MADE CLOTHING,
' BiTS, CAPS. BOOrS, SHOES, PRODUCE,
Ac.,- - - &c. : Att,
Main Street., McArthur, Ohio.
mayl8,'55.ly,- ,- - .
C. P. TRACT. .. P. 1. OAKU.
C. Pi TRACY & CO.,
Man vfaclurtrs and Wholesale
. . , DEALER IS
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
Onecoor below P. linccy A Ca's tank,
Front Strut, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 27, 1855. If."
LUTHER COTTON'S ESTATE.
.
TVTOTICE is herebv siveo. thai Richan
1 1 Srooks. executor of the last Will and
Testament of Luther Cotton, late of the
ronntv of Vinton, deceased : lias filed his ac
counts and vouches io the Probate Court of
said coun'y, for. inspection and final settle
ment, and that, the same will be passed upon
by said Court op the Uth day ol June, A. u
1855 - : - - 1 - ; - " 1
. ." B. P. HEWITT, Pre. : Judge, V. Co.
fray let His,
RAILROAD TIME TABLES,
COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER
Monday, Juue 4tl."&-
V f . n.ii. Line of Mail
Loacne wilt run regularly between Mc Ar
thur and Bver's Station; as follows :
Lf are Mc Arthur at 5 o'clock, A. M., pas
sing through Hamden 61, arrive at Brer's at
A. M. '
Returning, leave Brers' at 5. P. M.. Das-
sing through Hamden 61. P. M.j arrive at
McArtlmr ato, P. M,; connecting with the
Marietta & Cincinnati R. R.. to and from
Cbillicothe.
A Daily Coach will leave McArthur e.rerv
morning for .ilbany.Pomeroy, Athens. Hock
ing Port. Parkersburg and Marietta.
June 1st, 00. tl. U. T. HOYT.
Marietta & Cincinnati
RAILROAD.
PROPOSALS will be received at the
Engineer's Office in Hamden. Vinton
County, until l'i M., Monday the 4th day of
June next, lor lurnlshing and delivering 3 3000
cross ties, on thai potion of the Mariet ta &
Cincinnati Railroad between Hamden, Vin
ton County, and the crossing of Big Sand
Creek, about 15 miles. The whole number
to be delivered by the lirst day of September
next.
Specifications will be found in the Engin
eer s ottice at Hamden, and in Hand bills,
copies of which will be sent to bidders on
pplication at Hamden or Llnllicnthe.
J'he ties must be delivered on the different
sections of the road at such points as shall be
directed by trie engineer m charge ol the
work, in quantities equal to 2100 ties for
each mile of road, unless otherwise directed.
Proposals for all or any part of the above,
pecifying the number and point of deliver),
will be received.
Payments of SO Der cento! the value of the
ties delivered as per the estimate ol the En
gineer, will be made as the work advances.
Loutraciors proposing lo take in part pay
the stock or Bonds of the Company, other
things being equal, will have a prelerence.
SS. ii. wiusua, resident,
S. MEDBERY, Chief Engineer.
35,'55-2w.
Marietta & Cincinnati R.
OFEN80 MILES EAST OF CHILLICOTHE.
Monday, April 30, and thereafter reeu-
VJ larly.a Passenger and Freit'lil Train will
run daily (oundays excepted between Clnl
icothe and Kaysvule (0 miles East) as fol
lows:
Leave Chillicothe al d.-JU r. M.. on am-
val ol Train from Cincinnai.
Arrive at Raysville at 5 p. at.
Leave Raysville at 0 a. m.
Arrive at Chillicothe at 10:30 A. m.. in
tiina for Train to Cincinnati.
The Train will stop regularly at London
derry Station, and, on signal or notice to the
Conductor, will nop, to take on or let off pas
sengers, at the crossing ol the Kichmondand
cniiiicouie roan, anu at cnarieston road croj
sing, near Simmons'.
Passencer8 leavine Ravsville at 9 a. m.
spend an liour al Chillicothe, and reaeli Cin
cinnati at 5:40 p. m.
Fare between Raysville and Cincinnati, $3,50
do. do. do. do. Chillicothe. 60
Freieht. to be delivered at ooints on the
road where the Railroad company has not
Freight Agents, must be prepaid; and all ar
. ' I -II I . .1 I.
ucie win ne ai i ue nun oi ine owners, ai me
Stations where Depot buildings and Agencies
have not been established, Irom the time they
are delivered as directed or marked, or until
taken on the cars, as the case may be.
JOHN WADDLE. Sup't.
April 27, 'bi.'.t.
Marietta & Cincinnati R.
aAetjaKai rth n i
!uR??j (vSvj fviflPS
f I 'VVO Uaily Trains between Clnllicotlib
JL and Cincinnati Leaves Chillicothe at
8 o'clock a. in., and reach Cincinnati at 1 1
o'clock, a. m. Leaves Chillicothe at 1 1 1 o'
clock, a. m., and reaches Cincinnati at 5 : 40
M.
Returning, leaves Cincinnati at 0 o'clock
in., and reach Chillicothe at 3 : 25 P, M.
Leaves Cincinnati at 3:20 P.M. and reach
Chillicothe at 8:21 P. M.
JOHN WADDLE.
April 6, 1855. If. Superintendent.
Scioto and H. V. Railroad.
On, and after Tuesday, August llh, IS54
Trains will. run as follows to-witt
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at 9 o-
clock A. M. and arrive at Jackson at 12 o'clock
M. Returning leave Jaekson at 2 o'clock P.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 6 o'clock P.
M.
Trains No. 2 leave Jackson at7 o clock A.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 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. Ic251.
IVew Books,
ther Goods in his line
A ND other Goods in his line of Business
jL- are received by
i received by Express almost every
week from Boston, New York, and the Cities
of the West, by J. R. WH1TTEMORE.
may Is, 55. oecond St., Chillicothe, U.
. ACCOUNT BOOKS!
HJ AV1NG a large Stock of Day Books.
IX Journals and Ledgers, made of excel
lent paper and bound well in sheep, with
Morocco or Russian bands. 1 will sell them
for a few months at Prices Subfrisihclv
Low!
Those In Want of Blank Bo kt and who
buy for use or to sell again can have inrrains
that will tatitfy thcmatlvta and suit the limes.
Ibis is saying a good deal : I mean what
say. J. K. V nil TliMOriB,
No. 1, Lnion block, beeond st.
Chillicothe, Ohio. . : .' mayl8,'551 x
-M, R. WHITTEMORE
HAS now an assortment of Wall Paper,
Borders, Window Curtains, and Fire
Screens, that can hardlv be surpassed in
West. Prices low. No. I Union Block,
mayl8, 55. : . Chillicothe, Ohio.
ARTIST'S MATERIALS.
OF every description furnished at short or
ders and fair prices. A large supply
faints and Brushes for Portrait Landscape
aintera, Toy Paints and Best Water Colors
on hand. , J. R. WHITTEMORE. '
mavl8.'55. : Second si.; Chillicothe. O.
DRY -GOODS,
T HAVE iust received a fine Lot of Prints,
JL Lawns, Muslins. Crapes, end divers ether
articles in the Dry-Goods line; also, an as
sortment ol Lee horn. Palm Leaf and Straw
Hals, Gimp Bonnets, tf-c.; all cf which 1 will
sell at lower figures, for cash, than the same
Goods can be bought tor. I ran rectommenu
this Lot of Prints as fashionable stvles and
fast colors, - ; , - KvA PRXTTON,
R, LLOYD & CO.
WHOLESALE BOOT ANjj SHOE WAREHOUSE, "
Nn a. TUTrKKYR t?i.ocic.
HAVE just received their extensive FALL STOCK, consisting of all the latest styles anl
fashions, Our stock having beea purchased direct from live manufacturers, principally
for cash, with grent care in the selection of quality and suet adopted to the Western trade. we
are enabled to offer Superior inducements this Fall, and are determined not to be undenoli
by an regular house either in New York. Philadelphia or Baltimore.
In addition lo our extensive stock of Boots and Shoes will be found a large and well selec
ted stock of HATS AND CAPS.
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants and Furnace Osrners visiting eut dtf,
are invited to call and examine for themselves.
TO THE LADIES.
We are now manufacturing a superior article
Slippers. Having procured some of the best
ply those who want custom work.
Lt ti A 1 It Hi K i
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather, 12.00 lbs. No. I White Sole Leather, 30 date
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawford's Skins, 10 dozen Kip Skins. Upper leather tad She
Findings always on hand and for sale at the lowett market price. .
January zU. 1851. ty.
front struct. mRTSMOirm. oino.-' -
of Ladies' and Misses' Giiters, Buskins and'
workmen in the West, we are prepared to sop-
1855, NEW SPR1G GOODS. 1855.
JAMES PURSELL,
EXCLUSIVELY VIIOLUALE DEALO IS
FANCY $ STAPLE DRY-QOODS,
Cf. QUEENS WARE. CHINA ANDf
GLASS.
front Street, PORTSjIOCTIT, Ohio.
NEW "GOODS.
I HAVE just received and am now opening
the la nest and most desirable stock of
Goods ever exhibited in this market.
Having made arrangements fo;a large trade
I shall offer unusual inducements to cash
buyers, responsible parties lor negotiable pa
per, or for Pig Iron in lots of 00 lots or up
ward. The attention of Merchants and Furnace
Owners is respectfully invited.
J.S. I'UKSKLLt.
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, 1854.
1
the
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HOOKS! BOOKS!!
E. A, BBATTOI
ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Vin
ton county, that he has just received a
new stock of Books and Stationary, cinsisting
in part of
FAMILY. at prices Irom SI 9U 10
$5 00,
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Bound in Morocco, gilt and common bind
ing. Weems' Life of Washinotoh,
" " Franklih.
" " Masioh.
Life of Daniel Boons,
" " Black Hawk,
" Tecumskach.
Shakespeab's works complete.
Bvhos's "
Life of if. T. Babnum.
De Ausiose's History of the Reformation.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Kbowledoi.
Riraldo Rikaldika, Romance..
Hale's History ot the United States.
Grimshaw's History of the United States.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale.
MASONIC WORKS.
The Craftsman, the Light ot the Temple,
and Meloddies for the Craft, containing an
excellent selection ot Hymns and Odes' suita
ble for evry occasion.
SONO BOOKS.
The American Songster. Parlor Songster-
Exile of Erin, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro
Songs, and a variety of other Song Boo -s.
Moral ami instructive story books lor chil
dren. Pictorial Toy Books for childMn.of every
description.
jjLAJNk BOOKS.
Justices' Dockets, Legers and Day Books,
bound in leather and half binding, of all sizes.
STATIONARY.
Best Cap Paper, Blue Post Letter Paper,
Commercial Note Paper. Bill Paper, also Ink,
Qui Us, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, Inkstands,
Wafers, vV riling Sand, and Stationary of
ever) kind, all of which will be sold at the
lowest figures, lor cash. may4 55. tl
FAMILY GROCERIES.
JUST received the best 'Rio Coffee, Prime
Sugar. Rice, Golden Syrup, Molasses,
Cheese, Mackrel, Imperial Black, and Y. H.
Teas, Tobaccos' of every kind, Spices of all
kinds, and a general assortment ol Uroeerie. 8;
all ot vhich 1 warrantor no sale.at the lowest
cash prices at BKATTON'S.
Hardware.
LIPPENCOTT'S Axes, warranted 30 days
or the money refunded. Hatchets war
r.inteil, Tilletson s Handsaws warranted,
Door Locks, Thumb Latches, Butts, Screws,
Augers, Smoothing Irons, Curry Combs,
Horse Brushes, Files, Rasps, in shot every
thing in the Hardware line, at
BRATTON'S.
JAMES illcGILLIVIMY,
MAIN STREET. MCAFVTrtUR, OHIO,
SADDLE AND MMm MANI'FAITL'IO,
At hit oldSiand opposlt. J. K.ltD. Will'.,
RFSPE CT FULLY in-fcA
forms his numerousS-
Customers and the public, generally.
thai he is now prepared to supply all demand
in the way of Saddles: Biiuev. Coach, and
rTeam llnrncw.Collara.Whipa and Spurs.
and every other article connected with the
Trade: all Manufactured out of the best Ma
terial and bv the best of Workmen. Call
end examine Work and Prices, before you
purchase elsewhere.
fO-HIDES, etc., taken irt exchange for
work, at the highest Market prices.
WILLIAM SINCAIR1 8 ESTATE.
TVT OTICE is hereby eiven. that the under-
Ll signed has been duly appointed and
qualified as executor of the last Will and Tes
tament of William Sinclair; latecf Vinton
county, Ohio, deceased.'
majll 3w. lliUMASPlMJLAlK.
. . LASF. NOTICE. . ;
ALL persons who have unsettled accounts
on S. S. Demuth & CD's Books, and
that have notbee.i tquared by note or other
wise are requested to call and settle up by the
1st ol June, tl not, tlie same win b. let t with
the pror officers for collection. I want the
Books rquarod, and have called on a number,
and gave two months notice to lhat e fleet
lime enough in all conscience,
mayl8,2w. - - E. A, BRATTON.
OXSJ.&SaSWEPSTOX, '
AlPhAttsville, wish to purchase Hides Tor
which the highest Market price will be given.
J anuary 5,1655. if. - . . .
OX YOKES
1 YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the Gilt. Anvi
11) . DENNlNQ.CAMPBELLotCO.
Ju.yO 1553.
: ; . STRAVV CUTTERS , .
QftYANKEE Straw Cutters, bom 7
id J 12 ; received at the Gilt Anvil. . .
. DENNING, CAMPBELL &Ca
i July OQ, 1S53. v;
TO TUB BCUT AMD SHOE IfiiOLI - l
n, BELL & GO,,
Wholesale Manufacturers and Dealers i'
BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, fe..
No. 5, Enterprise Block, Front St.i
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
HAVE the pleasure of announcing to the
trade in general, that they are now fill
ing their large shoe warehouse, with more
abundant stock than ever, direct from the
hands of the best manufacturers East, and
theii own workshops at home; consisting of a
great variety of the best clas9 of goods suited'
to the wants of this country for tlie Fall Trade.
All dealers at WHOLESALE are earnestly id.
vited to call before 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 pricey
Their largely increased trade affords one ev
idence of tAe favor with which their manner
of doing business has beep received, and whUe.
ther testify to the liberality of their patrons
and friends, they reiterate the assurance that
they will spare no pains to render entire Mt-
isfaction. Their stock is large, manufactured
mostly in their own shops, and by contract,
to their order. Their facilities for doing a
large business are abundantly ample. They
sell only at wholesale, have but one rules,
and will warrant all their goods as they, rep-
resent them, An examination of their goods,
snd prices, is respectfully sol ic ted.
September 22, 1654. 3mo. ' '
Buckeye Mock, :
No. 1, Front Street.
DISSOLUTION
THE co-partneiship heretofore existing -between
the subscribers, under the firm '
of Oakts & Buskirk, was this day dissolved
by mutual consent. F. 1. Oakes having sold ;
his entire interest to Messrs. George & Chat,
H. Davis, all claims will be settled.tDd debts
collected by Buskirk & Davis, our successor.
F. J. OAKES, ' !
A, AY. BUSKIRK,
. i i
A. W. BUSKIBK, OEO. DAVIS, CtlAS. U. DAVIS. -
BUSKIRK & DAVIS, :
(Successorof Oakes & Buskirk.) ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
PRODUCE DEALER9, . : ...
Buikrye Work, Front Street.
PORTSMOUTH, O.
January 19, 1854r-tf.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
flHE underpinned are n rem red to fill all '
J. orders for LUMBER, of any and all
kinds used in building, and for PLASTER-
ING LATH, at the shortest notice.
We have on hand 100,000 Plastering .
Lath, and will deliver ihem in McArthur,.
Hamden, Allensville, Prlttsville, ot any of,
our neighboring towns, at short notice and oa
lair terms. 15. V. llbvvili KCU.
apr. 27, 55. 3m.
CELEBRATED HORSE
M3M
WILL be found tlie ensuing season at '
the following places, to wit: : On
Mondays and Tuesdays at Liberty Hall Sta
bles, McArthur, 0., on Wednesdays at Prats
ville, on Fridays at Morris Ogan's, Swan tp.,
on Saturdays at the residence of the subscri-.
bet irt Elk tp.
Terms: Four dollars for insurance. 1 Non-1
tttendance or. parting with the animal before
known to be with loal forfeits tbe insurance, i
PEDIG REE. Swceibrler is a beauti
ful dapple dun, black legs, mane and tail, It t
hands high, 7 vears old, a fast walker and gail- '
ed, well calculated for the saddle or harness. 1
He is of a strain of horses of horses that are
among the best in the Union; he recommends
himself when seen, and has taken a Premium
every year bnt two since foalded: his sire was.,
thorougn ore a horse. John I. Bolter. .
apr. 13. 2m.
School Books. , ; '
MCGUFFEY'S SERIES COMPLETE, v .
SPELLERS, First, Second, Third Fourth i
and Fifth Readers. The Hemau's Young '
Ladies Readers. ... ..'
Pineo's Primary Grammar, '
" Analytical . . . i
" English Teacher,
Ray's Aretlunatic, Parts First, Second an
Third, Ray's Algebra. Parts First and Second. '
McGuil'ey's Electic Primers. 7
The Elementary Speller. ! 5
Webster s school Dictionary . .
Mitchcl's Primary Geography.
Mitchel's large school Geography, latest
edition. .
Copy Books, Slates, Pencels and all kind!
of stationary for schools, for sale it
BRATTOJTS.
STEIN & BROTHER, ' . -Manufacturer
and Wholttalc dtaltrt i
No. 316 BALTIMORE STREET
Between Howakd and Libkrtt-st,s
BALTIMORE.
July 8,'53. ly. -, . s
lili
1
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;'.J I
n
to
WALL PAPER ash BORDERS'.- '1
DADCD VAMD rs..o
1HAVE just received the greatest Variety of.
Wall Paper, Fireboard Screens, ' Window 1
Paver and Borders, ever
before offered
sale in McArthur,'
at -
Call and see for rours elP
BRATTON'S.'
DR, D U N LAP ,
'il
o :. n ! t
; CO- OtScc, McArthur House.
"" McARTiwr, d'mal
i Feb. 16. IS55. ly. - . s
' i 1 - .- - . ;
i Boarders Wasted! 5
A FEW BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOM i
mooateo by pplying-soon at LIB ERTY
HALL.' - ' A.CAMPBKM-'"
i Msrck 83, 1SM.Vj jk; s: ;i
for"
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