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Salt of Real Estate by Order of Court.
BY virtue of an order of gale to we directed
from tbc Probate Court, within and fur
the county of Vinton, aud State of Ohio,
1 will on ibe 23th day of July, A. D ,
1855, bMween the hours of one no J two
o'clock P.M., of said diy, t the door
of the Court House, iu -the town of Mc
Arthur. end countr of Vinton. ofTVr tn,
ile tt public auction, the interest of
Clariia Salts, George Salta, Tbomat
Salts, Bebeca Salts aud Andrew Salts,
(being fire equal undivided tilth parts,)
in and lo the following real ealate sit
uate in said couuty of Vinton, to wit ;
The west half of the south east quaiter
of eectioa number four, townihlp num
btr tea, of range number seventeen, ex
cept about two and one-half acres
heretofore conveyed by Edward Salts,
seur., to Patrick Murdock, and about
four teres sold to the Maritlta & Ciul
Rerlroal Co., as and for a tight of way.
Said interest in said premises has
been appraised (Iree from tie incum
brance of dower,) at twinly-two huu
dred and five dollars, and must sell for
at least two thirds that sum, on the
following terms: One third of the pur
chase money in band and the residue
iu two equal annual payments with In
terest from tbe day of sale. The other
undivided sixth part of the premises
will be sold tt the same timeand place,
and on the same terms.
MATILDA SALTS, Guardian, of
Clarisa Salts, Geo. "Salts, .
Thoa, Salts, Rebeca Salt?,
and Andrew Salts,
(juue 29 '55 4w.
SALE OF BEALESTATB BY OW OP COURT."
BY virtue of an order ot tele to me directed
from the Probate Court, within and for
the countj of Vinton, and State of Ohio,
I will on tbe 28th day of July, A. D.,
1853, between the hours of oue aud two
o'clock P. M., of said day? at the door
cf the Court House, in town of McAr
thur, and couoty of Vinton; offer and ex
pose to sale at public tuction, tbe in
terest of John Salts, (being one equal
uuuiTiuen aixin pari,) iu ana to the
following real estate, situate in said
county ot Vinton, to wit : The West
httliot the South East quarter of Section
Number Four, Township Number Ten,
ot Kange dumber Seveuleen, except
about two and one-half aciet heretofore
conveyed by Edward Salts senr.. to
Patrick Murdock, and about four acres
aold to the Marietta & Cincinnati Rail
Road Company, as and fur a right of
way,
Said interest in said premises has been
tppmstd (free from .the incumbrance
of dower) at four hundred aud forty
one dollars, and must so 11 for tt least
two thirds that sum ou the following
terms : Oue third ot tbe purcbsse mo
ney in band, aud the residua in two
equal annual payments with interest
from the day of site. The residue of
said precise will be sold st thi sune
time i nd plate, si i ou tbe t ah e terms.
JOHN R. NEWTON, Guardian,
of JOHN SALTS.
June 29, 1855. 4w.
THE STATE OF oillO, VINTON CO., S3.
James Robbius, Pltff., 5 Atllchment
Charles Magee.D.ft. S Civil Ac,io"-
THE said defendant. Charles Maeee.
will tale notice, Ibal the plaintiff,
James nubbins, on the 2ii day of June,
1855, caused an order of ai'ichmeul lo
be issued by J. V. Sweojion. a Justice
of the Peaco in and for said couuty of
Vinton, sgtinst the goods, chatties,
slocks, interest in stocks, rights, cred
its, uionevs snd effects of lire said de
fendant, a uou resident of said county of
Viutoti, to satisfy the claim of the said
plaintilt for thirty-three dollars snd fit
ly ceuts, and costs of suit; and that said
cause has been continued for hearing bv
said Justict. until the 7th day of August,
A. D., 1855, at 1 o'clock A.M., of said
day. E. A. BRATTON.
Atty. for pltff.
June 29, 1855 3v.
Sale of Ileal EstuU by t rder of Court.
flN the 28th day of July, A. D., 1855,
J between the hours of one and two
o'clock P. M., of said day, 1 shall offer
for sale at public auction on tbe prem
ises In Jackson Township, the interest
if John A. Moore; being one equal undi
vided ninth part iu aud to the follow
ing premises to wit: The south west
quarter of the north east quarter of sec
uou No. 9, township No. 10, range No.
18, Vinton county, Ohio. Said iuterest
is appraised subject to dower st 427,57
and must sell for at least two thirds that
sum, on the following terms, to wit:
Une third in hand, and Ibe balance in
two equal aunual payments, with inter
est. HANNAH MOORE, Guardian,
of Johu A. Moore.
June 29, 1855 4w.
SHERIFFS SALE, i j "
T3Y 'virtue of t certain writ of!, fa., is
XJ sued from the Court of Common Pleas.
of Vinton couuty and Slate of Ohio, and to
me directed, L will offer for Sale, at Public
Auction, ai me town ot tiatnden, In Clinton
township, Viutou county, Ohio, on the 7th
day of July. 1655, between the hours of ten
ud four o clock of said day, the following
property.to wit: . Five Wagons, one Ox Wag
on, ami one ijy iiorse; taken ts the property
of B. Dill, to satisfy an execution in favor of
vanes oc jjusmm. . WM. TI5UE,
jun29 2wf Sheriff V. C. O.
STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO., SS.
Shades & Reynolds, )
against In Attachment, .
W.S. French &Co. )
THE. defeudants will take notice that
the plaintiffs in the atove case, on
the 5th day of June, A. D.,1855, caused
an order of attachment to be issued by
EJjis Waltz, a Justice of the Pesce for
the Township of Elk, in the Couui of
Vi r.tcui, la the Slate of Obio, agaiini
the guods, chatties, stocks, interest in
slocks, tights, credits, moneys, end ef
fects of the said .defendants, nou-resi
dents of said county, to. satisfy the
claim of the said platulifFs, for lyo hun
dred and tweuiy tiine dollars tad sixty
tour cents, with .interest, from the Sib
lay of Juue, 1855. aud thirty dollars
the prubable costs of this action, and
that said cause bat been continued for
T.eriug before said Justice, tt hit office
in McArthur, in. said township, on J ha
JOth day of Julv, A. D., 1833. tt one
o'clock, P. M.; ou said day. ' ' '
JOHN P. PLYUY. ", "
. .. Atty. ftr Pltff.
Juue 84. l35.L-3.'. ... ,. ,
MARKETS.
McArthur, June 29.
Apples, D.,-
Buttei per lb.. .
Smoked tin ma,--"
Shoulders,
" Sides,.-"
Brooms,
Beans, W.-
2,00
Iron,...-'. 5u
Leather,.' -18a31
Lard ir lb. 8
10
- a
... 9
.. 9
30
(Molafws pr rbI. 50
Liana. ju w iuu, vui4
Oats,"? 41
Potatoes, Irish, 125
Peacnes, D., 2.25
Porkprcwt ...t 4,00
Sugar N. O... . 10
2,00
Best Coffee,
16
uandles..
20
15
- 60G
65
... 8
4,50
$9,00
Cheese,
Clove reeed
Corn-. .....
Eegs pel doz-.
Flour ptihun.
" Loaf, 19
- Crushed,. 10ol2
Salt, per bbl 3,50
" Table, pr Sack, -37
f lour .per bbl
soap per lb . ....-Jao
Teas, Y. H. 75
" Imperial 1100
Flax Seed 75
Feathers, 40
Fish. White,-.- 8
Mackerel,..-8al0
Hides- 4
Tallow,.....-.- 12
Wheat per bu. 1,50
Wool perlb-..-20a50
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
FORTSMO
UTii, June 29, 1855,
Apples, Dried" 175
" Loaf it
" Crushed-. 10
Brooms prdox 2u50
Bacon Hams per lb. 9J
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 45
" Shoulder 10
l eas, loose in packs.
" Y.H.,lb. 45a60
" lmrer'l,-55a65
Sides "
Beans, W. perbu, 3,00
Candles, mould- . 15!
" Guno'wdei 65
" Star 24
Cotton Yarns-- 1SJ
Cheese, W.R. lb.81a'J
Tobacco M&K. cav.25
Va. cav..-20o30
Oil, Lard ureal... 80
Coffee, Rio-. II
Oil, Linseed "... 100
Clovereeed,. 6 Ot
Oats pr, bu.
50
Hour pi bbl 8t
reaches, Dried
Potatoes, Irish
2,00
Feathers pr lb 45
125
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,00
Sulerutuspr lb.
Tallow pt lb...
Tar prbbl...'.
5a5
risti, tod prlb.-.i. 5
... 11
...5,50
" Mackerel $12a21
Lard pi lb. 9
timothy wed,
3 Q0
... 1,50
Molasses, N. O. gal. 35
w heat pr bu.
" B. it. " 4U
G.S. " 50
Whiskey, Common 3o
" , raon nala, oo
Nails,. 10to8d 4J
; Rye, .... 6o
Sugar N. 0.-..-61a7
MASONIC.
Helta Lodsc. No.
of Fr and Ar.
'Wicepled Ma sons, boUls
t reeularCommunication at McArthur, Vin
ton county, Ohio, every Saturday evening on,
or preceuing eacn iuii moon.
E. A. Bratton, Sec'y.
IHInernl Lod. No. , holds a reg
ular Commmikation at Hamden, Vinton co.,
O., every Thursday evening on, or preceding
each full moon. D. D. T, Hard, Svc'y.
Orplinn'0 Friend Lodge, IT. D.,
holds a regular Communication at VVilkes
ville, Vinton county, Ohio, every Saturday
e veiling on, or preceding each full moon.
If, H. Bishop, Sec'y. .
PERHAM S GIFT ENTERPRISE. The
Committee sipointed by the Shareholders iu
this affair, to distribute the 100,000 Gifts
amongst the ticket holders, have deferred the
distribution until the 0th of July, on account
of there remaining unsold some few thou
sands of tickets. Mr. Perham, ever anxious
to meet the views of his patrons, offers extra
ordinary Inducements to Aecnts to engage in
the sale of the remaining tickets, so that there
may be uo more delays, which are unques
tionably as vexatious to him as to those who
have purchased tickets in his enterprise. We
commend the reading of his advertisements
our patrons, and hope that each and all will
lend a helping hand to bring (he matter to an
early and satisfactory consummation. '
WOOL ! WOOL I L ',
10,000 lbs ol Wool M auled.
1WISH to buy all the wool I can get, and
w ill pay the highest market prices,
may 25, '55.-11 J E. A BRATTON.
COM WANTED.
500i bushels of CORN wanted by the un
dersigned, for which the highest market
price will be paid. , E. A. BRATTONi j
DRUG STORE-
GEO. It. WILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IS
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PALMS,
VARNISH. DVES,PURE ESSENTIAL
OILS, INSTRUMENTS, URUSH-
, ES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
.; ANATOMICAL PREPARA
TIONS, Fancy Articles, Druggists' Shop . f'ur
nituTt.Gloio Ware, Window Class,
Alcohol, (J-e., cj-c, dc.,'
MAIN 8TREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
RESPECTFULLY
informs his friends
and the public, that be is
now opening a large and
superior stock 6f Drugs,
(f-c, that have been selec
ted with personal care for
this market. ,
Physicians and customers, will find our
rrugioftUbestquality.aU of which we
will sell at the lowest prices.
1 AM ALSO AGENT
ot all kinds of Patent Medicines, English,
French and Germau Herbs, 4Tobacco. Cigars,
and t fine assortment of Soaps, Extracts and
Pure Wines. june 15. 1855. tl.
New Books,
AND other Goods in his line of Business
are received by Express almost every
week from Boston, New York, and the Cities
of the West, by J. R. W H1TTEMORK. -
may 1855. Second St.,Chillicothe, O.
ARTIST'S MATERIALS.
OF every de?cription furnished tt short or
. dera and fair niirea. A lira, cnnnlr ni
, - - fj- r r v
Paints and Brushes for Portrait Landscape
painters, I oy faints and Best Water Colors
ou nauu. j, k. WHUtCMUKK.
mayl8,'S3. Second st., Chilticoihe, 0,
-. AUCOUM' UCJOKS v
HAVING t large Stock of Day Books,
JoiirfiMill unil 1jivr. fmnilA nf mroaX.
fait pper and bound well in shren, with
n m ... . i .
wioroccopr nussian oaniis. l will sell tnem
fort lew months tt Prices Surphuingly
Liw!.' .' ' '-'.A-.u)i
Those lu want of Blank Bo l and who
buy for use or to sell again carl have bargain
uiai wut sviujy mtfusuwt ana suit tht tints.
mis is baying a gooti neai ; i mean what 1
say. J. R. WHITTEMORV-
No. I, Union Block, Second st.
CHttLicoTHE, Ohio. maylS.'JSJ"
- J; R, WHITTEMOREK.
HAS now an assortment of Wall Paf,
' Borders: Window Curtains,' and Fire
Screens, that can lard Ir be surpassed in the
West. r lew. , . No, I Union Blocks
maris, W. -" . Chillicothe, Ohio.
NOTICE.
JOHN D. BYERS, Margaret Byere,
May J. Byeres, and Amanda Dyetl,
all of the county of Alleghany, in the
State of Pennsylvanla.tnd Nan ty Vance
and Andrew Vance, her husband, of the
county of Washington, In the State of
Pennsjlvinis,' and Eliza JReed, and
Henry Retd, her husband, of the county
of Brown, in tht State of Pennsylvania,
tnd Matilda Hamilton and Francis Htm
ilton, bet husband, of the county of
Harison,.in the Stale of Obio, tre bere
by notified that 03 thd 20ih day of
June, A. D., 1855, James Ross Byert, of
Alleghany county, in 'he Stale of Penn
sy lvania, at the administrator of Alex
tuder Byers, deceased 1 filed in tht Pro
bate Court of tbe county of Vinton, in
tbe State of Ohio, hit certain petition
against totm tt tbe heirt tt law, bav
ing tbe uext ettttt of inbeii'.enceln tbe
realty of which the taid Alexander By.
en died seized; where the tame It now
pending, iu which it is tlledged that
tbe said Alexander Byert now decetsed,
in bis lifetime to wit t Oa tbe 20th dsy
of December, A. D., 1653, by contract
in wrung, for 1 valueblt consideration
bargained and sold aud obligated him
self upon full payments of the consider
alion money to convey. The Souib
West Quarter of section (No. l5, Town
(No. 10,) of range (No. 13,) situated Jn
the couuty of .Vinton,'' Ohio, to Levi
Applemao, and David .Vematty, by t
good tod sufficient deed tvenugfull
payment of said rontideraiion money by
said Vindttt. and that said Alex. Byers
departed this life ; before making said
conveyance for tuch premises. Tbe
prayer of. which taid petition is, that
he the said. James Rost: Byert, tt the
administrttor of the itid A lextnder By
ers, decessed, may upon the bearing ot
this cause, be orjered by said Court to
complete said tottmcH by conveying
taid premises by, jdeed 'containing pro
per covenants', io one Henry Tollers, the
assignee of the said Levi Applemao tnd
tht said DavlJ Yemaity. tnd taid de
fendantt tre further notified that said
cause rill be heard, before said Court,
on the 14th day of , Julv, A,' D.,' 1855.
By JOHN P. f LYLEY,
' ' Atty. for Petitioner. ,'
June 22, 1855.-. 3w."
TUB . ITATll OF UIIIC, TlJiTON . COCSTY, S8.
Edward F. Bingham, oifi, ) , M ) I
against . , . i In -AUttcth.
William Walden, defendant. ) meat,-
THE difendtiit wjll take notice; that
the plalutiff in the above case, on
tht 14th day of Jane, A. D., 1855, caus
ed an order of attachment to be issued
by J. W. Swepstoo. IutliCe of the Peict
for Elk Ttwnshtm'VlntdV Cfountv. Ohir.
sgainst the oods. chat'tlek, stocks, (u
terfsl In 4tbtks,'(igrit:s.'cr'edit8,.nioneyt,
ana enecis 01 saia. aeienuautt nonresij
dent of taid county,"' to satisfy the claim
of the said plaintiff, for fiVe dollars
with interest thereon from the 11th dty
of August, A. D., 1852. and fifteen dol
lara the probable, costt of suit; and thtt
said cause hat been continued for ser
vice on said defendant, and will be for
bearing before said Justice, at hit office
In McArthur, in said township, on the
first dar of Ausust. A. D.. 1855. at 10
o'clock, A. M of said day, last afore
said. EDWARD F. BINGHAM.
June 22, 18855.
THE STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO., SS.
F.Shules, V O.
vs. In Attachment. '
W. S. French & Co. S .
THE defendants will take notice, that
the plaintiff in the above case, on
the 5th day of June. '55. caused an order
of attachment to be. issued by J. W.
Swepslon, a Justice of tbe Peace for Elk
Township, Vinton County, Ohio, against
the goods, chatties, slocks, interest in
slocks, rights, credits, moneys, tnd ef-
teen 01 tne 8tid defendants, non-residents
of said county, to satisfy the claim
of the said plaintiff for thirty nine dol
lars and fifty-lour cents', with interest
from the 28th day of December, 1854,
and twenty five dollars tbt probable
cost of this action, and tbtt said cause
has been continued fur hearintr before
said Justice, ou ' the 19ih day of July!
isdo, tt 1 o'clock, F. M. : '
JN0. P. PLYLEY, ' 1
- Atty. for Pltff.'.
June 22, lSSS.-lw. 1 .1
SETTLEMENT BY. GUARDIAN.
TVTOTICE it herebr aiven. ih.t
11 Ratcliff, Guardian of Hannah Cmr. hs
tiled in the frobate Court nf . Vintnn ennm.
Ohio, his acroiints, and vouchers, as such
Guardian, for insnectinn anrl final atiiotn
and that the same will be passed upon by
nam wiun, uu ute iwi aay 01 July, A, V,
1000. H. r. HEWITT.
Junell,"55.3w Pro. Judge V.C., O. '
BOOTS I SHOES.
TUST received the largest and best selection
ts of Boots and Shoes ever opened in this
mariei, consisting 01 j j
uenis. cnameiea liroEans
" Calf .- iJ"T Mia'O t "
, Buttoned Congrest Gaiters,-
"' Morrocco Slipiiers. , .,
" French Calf Boots,'
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots, " '' '
. M ..Goat- ' " . i '
"(, Sewed' . .", i ...
" Laced,Gaiterg,.!
' ' Patent Leather .,'? 1
" Enameled Jenney.Lind's,
' Patent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Enameled"
!: m. . . Slippers. v ' 1 ; -Children's'
Kid Laced Boots,
" Fancy ..'; : ' I
' " Roan '
" Kid Peg .
Enameled 'f A lt'-
Goatt . 1 .-.:
.FailCy '. -"tj . -I ::.:
Misses Kid Slippers, r. -r- .: 1
' f.l Fancy Laced Boots, . . -Together
with evetv varierjrf of Boots end
Shoes, of Mens', Vomens' tnd cbildrent'
wear, at the lowest prices, tt '..it t
- . : BRAT-TON'S.
LAST NOTICE.
ALL persona who bat e unsettled accounts
on- S. S. Demiith 4 Co'si Books, tnd
that have uot been iaosrsd by note Or other
wise Ire requested to call tndteltle up by thi
1st ol June, if not, the tame will Deleft with
the proper officers for collectionj.cl want the
Books squared, tnd have called oa t number,
and gave two m on Ul3 notice to that effect
lime enough in all conscience. - -... -
may!8.2wJ E, A, BRATTON,
IKST-J. & s; SYE PTOYr - -"
At PBATTsruxt, wish to purchase HiJftf for
which the highest Market price will be jptei.
'Jeowtrr 5,1 6&5. tf. " , V
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
SCIOTO AND HOCKING VALLEY
RAILROAD.
v-' r
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON tnd after Friday, 1st of June,' 1855,
Trin will tun fnllntn In m-il.
Train No. I will leave Portsmouth tt 9
0 clock A.M. tnd trnve tt Jackson at 12
o'clock M. Returning leave-Jackson tt li
0 ciocic r.M. tnd arrive tt Portsmouth tt b
o'clock P. M.
Train No, 3 leave Jackson tt 7J o'clock A.
M. tnd trrivett Portsmouth it 11 o'clock A.
M. Returning leave Portsmouth it 2 P. M.
and irrlve it Jackson tl 6 o'clock P. M.
Trains stop orly for passengers at the fol
lowing stations, to wit: Sciotoville, Webster,
Washington tnd Gallia Stations, Portland,
Croat Boads and Irwin's Station.
, . J. W. WEBB, Superintendent.
June 15, '55. 2c-tf.
RAILROAD. COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
a 0N AN AFTER TH
jfc-gPMond.y. Juue 4th ,21
' a Daily Line of Mail
Coaches will run regularly between McAr
thur and Brer's Station; as follows :
Leave McArthur at 5 o'clock. A.- M n.
sing through Hamden 6, arrive tt Byer't tt
n. m.- 1 '
Returning, leave Byers' at 5, V. M., pas
sing through Hamden 61, P. M.j arrive at
McArthur at 8. P. M,; connecting with the
Marietta & Cincinnati R. R tit anrl fmm
Chillicothe.
A Daily Coach will leave McArthur every
morning for Albany.Pomeroy, Athens, Hock
ing Port, Parkersburg and Marietta.
June isi, b. w. 11. T. HOYT.
NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Marietta & Cincinnati R. R.
OPEN 30 MILES E1ST np nnif T inn-pus
ON Monday, April 30, and thereafter regu
larly, a Passenirer nil Fniki Tni. mill
run daily (Sundays excepted) betweea Chil-
ucotne tnu naysvuie miles JUst) is fol
lows:' ;
. Leave Chillicothe at .1-30 P M
vat of Train from Cincinna'i. .
Arrive at Raysville at 5 p. m.
Leave Kaysville at 9 a. m.
Arrlvn l r.hlllirniho lflln .' .j :..
lima fot Train to Cincinnati.
" The Train will stop regularly at London
derry Station, and, on signal or notice to the
f ....- Vj I .a ... a . . u
wuuuuciur, win mop, 10 lane on or let off pas
sengtrs, at the crossing of the Richmond and
Chillicothe road, and it Charleston road croj
sing, near Simmons'.
" Passericers'leaving Raysville at 9 a. u
spend an hour at Chillicoibe, tnd retih Cin
cinnati at 5:40 r. M.
Fare between Raysville and Cincinnati, f3,50
do. ' do. do. - do. Chillicothe, 60
Freight, to be delivered at points on the
road where the. Railroad, commtn h, nnt
. ivijii. ..iuii., muib uc uicjiaiu; ana an ar-
iicintwiii dc ai me naa 01 ineownpra at th
Stationi where Depot buildings and Agencies
have hot been established, from the (im ihv
are delivered is directed or marked, or until
taken on tne cars, as the case may be. -
JOHN WADDLE, Sup't.
April 27, '55.tf.
Marietta & Cincinnati R.
vvrt4wwf
fVVOUaily Trains between Cliiilicoihe
JL '.and Cincinnati. IaTea f!Mllin,li. f
6 o'clock t. m., and reach Cincinnati at 1 1
t1.l. w .. ...
o ciolk, a. m. xaves unnucothe at 1 1 o'
clock, a. m., and reaches Cincinnati tt 5 : 40
r.ivi
RltumillS. leaves Cincinnati at 0 nVtnrfc
t. m., and reach Chillicothe at 3 :25 P. M.
Leares Cincinnati at 3:20 P.M.
Chilicothe at 8:21 P. M.
:. .. J0UN WADDLE,
April 6. 1855. If. Superintendent,
1. t. SWETLASD B. C. COOSWELL.
BOOT SHOE STORE,
r ' "', 'AND '
MANUFHTOn,
SWETLAND & COGSWELL.
, ,. Opposite the McArthur House.
tTtRTITRN their ainrors tha..l. tn (K.i.
numerous friends tnd customers, for
ine rtty hDejrai patronage extended to them
ill till nflfit ftPAKntl. anrl tAtTA nLagnrA !n an.
f w - jfiwuHiw as mis
nouncing that they are now receiving at their
oooi anu onoe uepot me largest ana nest se
lected Stock of
Boots & Shoes
Ever broueht to McArthur: consisting Pi
in part of . - j Wj
GENTLEMENS' BOOT8 Sl SHOE'S.
Gents.Buckskin Gaiters Gtnts. Congress Gaif-
ers.ueuis r ancy anoes.uents UxforJ Fumps.
Gents Enameled Nulifiert, Gents Ename'ed
Con i! re sa Gaiters: Gents Patent Imh km
Top Prince Albert's, Genu Patent Lesther.
umu uiom, B.m lop, rrince Aloerl s; Uents
Jersey Buckskin Shoes', Gents Opera Slippers;
together ;with every, variety of Fine end
Coarse calf skin, Kip and Morocco Boots and
Shoes.; Also, Ladies Boors and Shoes;
Ladies Buskin Gaitef Boots, Ladies' enamel
ed Jenny Lind's R. R., Ladies' Morocco Jen
ny Lind's R. R., Ladies' Congress Gaiters,
Ladiet Fancy Jenny Lind Slioes, Ladies' en
amelled Morocco. Shoes, . Ladies' Victoria
Fancy Shoes Ladies' Fancy Top Boots, La
dies' Fancy Buskins, bronzed tops, Ladies'
Blue Gaits, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Also; Misses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid
Boots and fia iters. M
, bwiuivui
Gaiters, Misies enameled Fancy Boots; also,
uniuirens' Jtsootsanrj &noes, Ubildrens calf,
ueced. ShiM. rhililnni' Panrv chooa Ph;l.
I C " ' . - .i.uvu, v..-
diens Faucy Palters, and every other variety
of Ladies', misses' and thiMreus' wear, Fine
ana uwres.-, .. ..
We hie any. number of Workmen en
gaged, that is necessary, and aie prepared to
fiil orders at the shortest notice.
(ET?AU ofourpdods V lll b sold pri
ce's that will give SatisfacfAo'n.' Carl and ex
amine for-'yonrfielves- - ' ':
DRY-GO ODSi
I HAVE just' received a fine Lot of Prints,
i Lawns, Muslins. Cranes, tnd divert other
articles in the Dry-Goods line; also, an as-
sociment ox lgnorn, I'alm Leal and Straw
Hats, Gimp Bonnets, rf-c: tU cf which I will
sell it lower figures, for cash, than the same
Goods can be Jboi,ght for. I ran reccommend
ton Lo 01 rnuts at fashionable styles tiitt
fasKolors. ' E, -A BRATTON. 4
roayl8.4, j ) j jjV j ) , i: .
''"'.'Ui..,'.
.!' Li Tt lnAUi cc .LU.,
.Manufactunn and Wholesale !.
. J btiLEB . isi: j
BOCfTS, SHOES, k HAT?,' i
LATHEJ) XNb lfliSlDlNQS,'ii
One doer below i-linncr k Co'i jankv
Trout Strut. PORTSMOUTH. O -
April svis55.ij.-;;;;
R, LLOYD & CO.
kMtH
AUIOLESALKBOOT AND SHOL WAlTEfiutJsE, ,
H. ,; BUCKEYE BLOCK. FRONT STREET, PORTSMCUTH. OHIO,
AVE Jist received their extensive FALL STOCK, consisting of all the latest tlylesand
fashions, Our ttnek having: beea purchased direct from the manufacturer!, n.icioullv
lor casb, with great care In the selection of qualitv and sixes adopted to the Westeru tisde nrn
am enabled to offer superior inducements this Fall, and tre determined not to be uniii rili
by any regular bouse either in New York. Philadelphia or Baltimore. .
In addition tooui extensive ttock of Boots tnd Shvea will be found Uusstoi wall llec
tedttockof HATS AND CAPS. - . .
Suiuble for the Fall and Winter Trade. Merchants tnd Furuaoe Wnert rkltinr our cilr
ire invited to call tnd examine for themselves. "
TO THE LADIES. .'-. -
We tre now manufacturing t tuperiorerticlt of Ladies' and MisaeV'Gai?.r,t' taAU.t and
Slippers. Having procured some of the best workmen in the West, w snw'tfrtptred to wis
ply host who wtnt custom work. ?
LEATHER.; :
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather, 12.00 lbs. No. I Whitt Sole Leather, 30 duten
French Calf Skint, 25 doxen Crawford's Skint, 10 dozen Kip Skint. Upper leather tnd Shoe
Findings tlwtyt on btnd tnd for tale tt the lowest market price.
January 20. 1854. ly. .
1855, MWSPM'G GOODS, 1855,
JAMES PURSELL,
CXCLOSIVILT VHOLtSlLI OULUUI
FANCr 4 STAPLE DRY-GOODS.
n QUEENS WARE. CHINA AND-.
2 GLASS. O
Front Street, PORTSXOUTH, Ohio.
JVEW GOODS,
T HAVE just received tnd am now opening
jl tne lariesi ana most uesiraDie stock Ol
. J !. ,, . i .
uoous ever exniouea in irus maraet.
Havimr matte mnmmnti fn.- a laroa trHa
I shall offer unusual inducements to cash
buyers, responsible parties lor negotiable pa
per, or for Pie Iron m lots of 50 torn or un.
ward.
Tht attention of Merchants and Furnace
Ownen it respectfully invited.
J.3. rUKS&LL,
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, 1854.
M, DAVIS,
SEALER Of fjBX OOODS AHD OLOT1HO.
WOULD beg leave lo announce to hit
numerous customers tnd the public
generally, that be is now in receipt of bis
Spring and Summer Goodt tt 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 patronage heretofore extended to him,
which has enabled him to purchase goods for
cash only, be flatters himself that he can cell
his goods at lower prices than he hat ever
done before, tnd is confident thatbe can com
pete with an? honest dealer west of the moun
tains. His furnishing goodt tre complete,
and can fit out t customer to every article
required. Hit clothing department cannot
be excelled, is to neatness of fit, durability
of wear and ttrength of tewing. His goods
tre selected by himself from the best European
and Americau manufactories, with great are
anu Diienuon ana warranted an touiin.
Theee goods he will sell tt ten per oent
lower than any other man in the city of Chil
licothe. Call and fee for yourselves, tnd be
convinced by ocular demonstration.
COAL, COAL.
P. S. He would also beg letve to tnnounce
to the citizens of Chillicothe, Monroe, Lees
burnh. Lexineton. Martinsville tnd tdioin
ing townt, that he hat t regular line of boats
running to the coal mines, tnd thtt he is
ready to contract for good Hocking serene
coai ai mantel prices, ana uiai ne win aeuv
ercoal to any ot the above stations on the
Railroad by sending their orders by mail.
He will also have a supply of Jackson and
new tastle coal lor JBlacKsniitning purposes
always ou hand. may 11 03 Jmu.
BOOKS! BOOKS!!
L A, BBATO,
ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Vin
ton countr. that he hat just received t
new stock of Books tnd Stationary, cinsiiliug
in part ot
FAMILY BIBLES, tt price, from tl 50 to
5 00.
. METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Bound in Morocco, gilt tud common bind-
,0 I... ' -i
weenis Life of wabhwotoh,
" . " FlABKLlM. -:
' " ,,: MaIIOV.
Life of Daiciki, Boom,
M " Black Hawk,
Tecuiiskacu. .
Shakespeai'i works complete.
Btros's "
Life of Y, T. Baknom.
Ds Aubiohe's History of tht Reformation.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Kiowledoi.
f Rinaldo RiaALDiHA, i Romance.
Hale's History ol the United Slates.
Grimshaw't History of the United States.
Child tt Home, t Moral Tale.
MASONIC WORKS.
Tbe Craftsman, the Liitht of the Temple.
and Meloddiet fot the Craft, containing an
excellent selection ol Hymns and Odes' suita
ble lor evry occasion. ; . ;
'SON6 BOOKS.
The American Son ester. Parlor Sonester.
Exile of Erin, Sones of Old Ireland. Nenro
Songs, and : variety of other Song B00-.S.
moral an instructivf story jnokt Jorthil
dren.Pictorial Toy Books for childKo.of every
desdription, ; I- ; j.
ULiANK. POOKS. . - t
Justices' Dockets. Leeert tnd Dav Books.
bouud in leather tnd half binding, of all sizes.
STATIONARY.
Best Can Paper. Blue Post Letter Paner.
Commercial Note Paper. Bill Paoer. also Ink.
UJiiis. aieei rens. Stand Boxes. Inkstands.
Wafers. Wrjiine Sand, and Stationary of
every xinu. an 01 wuich will be sold-at the
lowent figHrei. for cash. - tnay4 -Ti. tf
JAMES McGILLIVRAY, .
MAIN 8TREET, MoARTnUR, OHIO,
SADDLE . fl.ND HaEMSS IIMFACTCHIE,
r aiaeia:
fficu'stoi
AtUaeIdSiaadoipeltJ.K.atD.WlU's .
FSPECTFULLY a-fs-J
forms hit numeriisfc
ustomert tnd the public. eeivrailT.
that he it now prepared to supply all demand
in the wav ol Middle; Uukrv. Coach, and
Team llamcS;Collars,Whip and Spurt.
arid every other article connected with the
Trade; til Manufactured out of the best Ma-
tenala.tnd by the best of Workmen. Call
tnd examine Work and Prices, before vou
purchase elsewhere, v
(Q- HIDES, &c taken in exchange for
JsK & D. WILL,
' WHOLESALE ARD IETAIL bEALEt It '
DRY.G00DS; GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE,
READYMADE . CLOTHING,
V . ' BATS, CAPS, BOOTS, 5110ES, PRODUCE, :
,' Ac, ftc :!..!
r, . Main Street; McArthur, Ohio. .: --'i
mayl8,'5My,
JOB W ORK, of every description netl;
xecwea, at mis u'ure.
TO THE BOOT WD SflOB TSADB '
It. BELL & CO.,
Wholesale Manufacturer! and Dealers i'
BOOTS. SHOES, HTS. CAPS.
LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, dc.
No. 6, Enterprise Block, Front St:.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
HAVE the pleasure of announcing to the
trade in general, that they are now fill
ina their laree Lca warehonm. nrlth a
abundant ttock thin ever,' direct from the
hands of the best manufacturer! East, and
theii own workshop! tt home; consisting of a
great variety of the best class of goods suited
lo the wantt of this country for the Fell Trade.
All dealert it WHOLESALE tre etrnestly in.
vited to call before purchasing, and examine
for themselves their ex tensive stock now ou
hand, and still coming in, as they feel assured
of their ability to please in quality tnd price.
Their largely increased trade affords one ev
idence of tAe favor with which their manner
of doing business has been received, and while
thev testify to the liberality of their patrons
and friends, they reiterate the assurance that
they will spare no paiut to render entire sat
isfaction. Their ttock it Urge, manufactured
mostly in their own shops, ana by contract
to their order. Their facilities for doing a
larre business are abundantly imple. They
tell only tt wholesale, hive but ova pbics,
nd will warrant all their goods at they rep
resent them. An elimination r,l flu! n,-uAa
and pricet. is respectfully toileted. ' 1
oepiemoer a, i&H. dmo.
Buckeye Block,
No, 1, Front Street. . ,
DISSOLUTION, '
THE co-partneiship heretofore existing
wtweeo the subscribers, under the firm
of Oaku & Busk irk, was thitday dissolved
by mutual consent., F. J. Oakes having sold
his entire interest to Messrs. George fie Cbas.
H. Davis, all claimt will be tettled.tnd debts
collected by Buskirk & Davis, our successors.
F. J. OAKES, '
A. W. BUSKIRK.
A. W. BUHJCIRK. OEO. DAW, CHA8. H. DATIH,
BUSKIRK & DAVIS,
(Successor of Oaket & Buskirk.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS'
AND
PRODUCE DEALER8,
Buckeye Block, Front Strut.
PORTSMOUTH, O.
January 19, 1854, ,-tf. L. .
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
'pHE undersigned are prepared to fill all
JL orders for LUMBER, of my and all
kinds used in building, and for PLASTEV
ING LATH, at the shortest notice.
. We have on hand 100,000 Plastering
Lath, and will deliver Ihem In McArthur,
Hamden, Allensville, rrattsville, or any of
our neighboring towns, tt short notice tnd 011
fair terms. B. P. HEWITT & CO.
tpr. 27, '55. 3rn. .
School Books.
MCGUFFEY'S 6ERIEB COMPLETE.
SPELLERS, First, Second. Third Fourth
snd Fifth Readers. Tbe Hemsn a Voting
Ladies Readers.
rineo't Pri miry G rammer. -t '
. M Analytical -M
English Teacher,
RSV'S Arelhmatic Parla Virct uinJ
Tro. Raj Algebra, ParU First and Second.
J ."...w .,, it., a.
The Elementary Speller.
Webster't school Dictionary.
Mitchel't Primtry Geography.
Mitchel't laiee achnol Gennrau), lc
... - - o o t J '
edition. . . .
CkipyBookt, Slates, Pencels tnd ill kindt
of stationary for schools, for sale at
STEIN & BROTHER, -Manufacturer!
and IVholetalt dealert in
No. 316 BALTIMORE STREET,
Bstwekn Howard aud Libehtt-sti
BALTIMORE
July 8.'53. ly.
WALL PAVER ksoBORDERS. . "
1 PAPER YOUR ROOM8. . . i
HAVE just received the greatest variety of
Wall Paiwr. FirvKnarrl SLr.Mon V:,f.
rarer and Boidera. arer Ivfrn nirro, .,.
sale in McArthur. Call tnd see for yourself
tl BRATTONS.
FAMILY GROCERIES.
JUST received the best Rio Coffee, i Prime
Sugar, Rice, Golden Syrup, Molasw?,'
Cheese. Mackrel. Imnarial Ttlb V . H
' - r . -... j. . . .. a , Hllu a . a..
Teas, Toba-coa of every kind. Spices of ill
amua, via gruenu assoruneui oi urocertes;
all of vhich I warrant or no select the lowest
cash prices at . BttATTONS.
Ilnniln'niin '
J
1, IrPENCOTTS Axes, warranted 30 days"
J ot the money refunded. : Hatchets war
ranted, Tilletson t Handsaws . warvauted,
Door Locks. Thumb Latches, Butts, Screws,
Augers, Smoothing Irons, Curry Combs,
Horse Brushes, Files, Rasps la shot every
thing in the Hardware line, at ' ' .'
1 BRATTOirs: "
ClolbitifftiAr
Ihave a tmill Stock of Ready Made Cloth
ing left, that I will tell out at Cost. : Call
and, see at . BRATTOys, ...
LOOK UEB
ion twsrsrvH.. exMOtt twirrroB.
J& B. B WEF5T0N - have opened 'a (Ina
stock of Goodt tt PRATTSV1LLK. O.
Ctll tnd see for yourselves.
; vDee. ltt18&U-'3ot.-i. i i .
BOARi)EIlS VAI,TEDl .V ":
A FEW BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOM
mods ted by tpp lying toon at LlBERTV
hALL. "' ' A.CA.MPBILL.'
Marrk 30, lSM.-r,-i ' ' . n t

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