Tug Country of the .Kavajois.
llriMs or .tows The Lesert, News
contains an account of mi e xe'litMi Ir
tlia Mormons, to t lie Southern part of
the Territory, among tli Navaioes.
They describe I lie ruin of the. towns!
and villages discovered on the St. John,
about 500 miles south. eat of the Salt
The walls of many buildings are still
fMaiiding'entire, some of them three or
lour stories high, with the end of (he
led cedar jnisis et in the wall,' but
worn to a point at ' thei r f xtreruitiei.
Every building wis a fortification, built
In the strongest manner imaginable, and
in a style that the present age knew
nothing of; many of them still plainly
show the whole manner of structure,
nd even the marks oi the workmen's
From here we traveled ten miles,
with occasional ruins by the way, and
entered i Jeep canou with projecting
shelves of rock, and under these shelves
were numerous houses or fortifications.
The one we examined was divided into
twenty-four rooms, each nearly square,
and enclosing an areaol about oue
hundred and forty-four square feet. The
front will was-built up to the over
hanging cliff, which formed the roof,
and was curved and full of port-holes.
The stones were all squared and faced,
were of an equal thickness, and luid up
with joints broken in a workmanlike
manner. The only entrance we could
find was a hole about two feet square
and eighten inchea from the ground,
which is the usual size of all the doors.
From here to St. Jehu', river, a distance-
of ten miles, there were scatter
iug ruins; and from there, iu iwele
miles' northeast, we came to the head
of a canon,
All around the head of this canon,
and down on either side, as far as we
could see, were houses of every concei
vable form and size; and in place
wheie the soil w as sufficient, they were
over grown with sage and cedar, in ev
ery respect like that on the mountains
around. In the centre of this canon,
and near the head, was building six
teen or twenty feet square, four stories
high, and built upon a flat rock about
four feet, Iiighet than a level of the bed
of the cution. and but little broadei
than the buildiug; to '.his we could not
find an entrance, and, unliae all the
rest, it had no port holes. One large
building, which we entered, Hood on
the edge of the precipice, with its front
wall circular and flush with the bank,
which formej the back part inakiug the
ground plan of ihj bu.lding like a half
There were no wiudows in the lower
story of an; building, and evcy entran
ce was mads as difficult u l hidden as
possible,. The door or hole into the
oue last mentioned was guarded by two
or thrre w 1 s of different angles ; thus
making a rrooked, narrow passage to
the door, and every part of this passage
was in full view of the perl holes of the
building, the front wall being lull ol
them, like pigeou holes, pdiu'ing in
eiery possible direction; they were not
more tliHt two inches in diameter on
ilia ouleiite, and were plastered smooth
cm the inside' with a kind of cement,
with which the stones are. luid and the
rooms plastered, and is as hard as stone.
The inside si range incut of all the
Louies was much I like, all having pott
holes in the partiion walls, ana very
small and obscure passage ways from
ue room to another, and from one 01
two liouses'into the mountain. Some
on 1 lie cliffs ubote were conceded with
We noticed there was no water ab
out there, and inquired of the lndiuns
how the former inhabitants could have
luanHg'd! They told us that they had
heard that a long time ago theie was
water running there. We asked them
who built those houses? They Smiling
ly shook their head and suit' that they
hud net er heard, but that surely some
body must have built tlu-m a tert lung
a hex in-" a sale.
BY virtue of a certain Execution to me di
recled.lrom the Courtcf Common I'Was,
within and ior the county of Vinton, Ohio,
will offer and expose to Ule.ut Public Auc
tion, a', the door of the Court House, in said
county of Vinton, on Sdti.nlay, the llth dav
of August. 1855, between ihe'liours of 10 o'
clock, A. M., anil o'clock, P.M. of said
day, the following described property, to wit:
lii-lots Kos. C, 7. 8, a, !M, S3, i I and 3 1 ; al
so: Oui-lots Nos. I, a, 6, U mid 10. Afore
said lots arc all situated in the. town of Fruits,
ville, in 6iid Vinton county, designated as
laidoutand.ee r'.e. in thf plat of wid town;
und taken us the property of P. J. Crawford
and John Wagoner, to satirly an Execution
in favor of Samuel S. Hr.nl :
Out-Lot No. I, appraised at $7S .33
" 2, ' 1-10.00
" " U. " " 30.C0
In Lot "3!, 150,00
" 'Si, 22.00
". 23, " 20 .'00
" i'4, " 533.33
" " G, " '21,33
.. 7 .. ., 233
" " 8. ' 21.33
" , 23,33
And must fell lor two-thirds of the aforesaid
value. WM. TISUli,
July 6,'5o-5 l Sheriff V. C, O.
M'ARTBUR DEMOCRAT OFFICE
1WILL SELL THE DEMOCRAT OFFICE
low, (or Cash, or one half cash, balance on
time, at a fair price. My reasons for offering
the Preys for Sale are became 1 have not time
to give the paper that attention, without neg
lecting other business 1 amengigej iu. lhal
the importance of the present Campaign de
mands. The propeciof the office are good;
otir cutinly is improving and increasing in
population rapidly, and ittrcliubly Democrat
ic. Iu lad, for a pleasant location for a gen
tleman with a family, that would umkea per
manent location with us, we believe the
above offer holds out inducenerils, not sur
passed iu the State. None but a Democrat
nee.lapplv. E. A. BRATTON.
July ti. IS5.
" WOOL! WOOL!!
1C.CCO lbs tt Wool Wnuwd.
JNVISI1 to lnv all i wool I can get, and
.will pay ll.ciiilu tt uiaiket price.
may 25, ?5.V-il j E. A UKATTOX.
XUM W.liVTED. .
500 bushels of CORN wanted by the un
de rained, dor nliiyH the hitVsr inaiket
pitca iii! te pid. ..E.'A. liKATTON. ;
McArthur, July 6.
Apples, D.. -i.oOiIron, 5u&
Buttei pt, Ih.. 10 Leather.., 18u31
Smoked Hams," - 11 Lard per lb..... 8
" Snoullers,-.' ylMolaFseiprpal. 50
" Sides, 9iNdils,3dtol0d, 6al2
Broom, 30 Oats, 40
rVans. W. ...... 2.C0 Potatoes, Irish. 125
Cest Coflee, l6,Peacues, D., 2.25
Candles, 20, Pork prewt .... 4,00
Cheese, lSlSutar N. 0., 10
- Crushed,. 10a 12
Salt, per bbl 3,50
" Table, pr Sack, -37
Soap iter lb 3a 5
Teas, V. II. 75
" Imperial $100
Wheat per bu. 1,50
Egg pel doz 8
Flour per hun. . 4,50
Flour .per bid 1,0,00
Flax Seed 75
Fish. White,-.. 8
" Mackerel..-. 8o 10
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
Apples, Dried. ...!75
Brooms priioi &2u5C
Bacon Hams per lb. 9 J Salt. Kanawha, bu. 45
leas, loose in packs.
Y.H., lb. 45a00
Beans, W. perbu! 3,00
Candles, mould. 15
Tobacco M&K. cav.25
Cheese, W. K.
Va. cav... 20o30
lb.6,riJ Oil, Lard pr gal... 80
Collee, Rio -
1 1 3 uu, Linseed "... 100
Oatspr, bu. 50
r lour pi bid -
Feathera pr lb..
Flaxseed, pr bu
Fish, Cod pr lb.
45 Potatoes. Irish.. 125
l,d0 Suleratuspr lb... 5u5J
tallow pi lb.-... 11
" Mac kerel $12u2 1
far pr bbl. 5,50
Lard pi lb.
Timothy seed, ()3 00
Molasses, N. 0. gal. 35
Wheat pr bu..... 1,50
Whiskey, Common 30
S. It. " 40
" G.S. " 50
Mon hala, &0
Rye, .... Cq
Nuils... 10 to 8d 43
Sugar N. 0....-6Ja7
Doltu Lodffc. No.
OT, of Free and Ac
cepted Masons, holds
a regular Communication it McArthur, Vin
ton county. Ohio, every baturday evening on,
or preceding each full moon.
E. A. Bratton, Sec'y.
niinornl Lodc, No. , holdsa reg
ular Communication at Hamden, Vinton co.,
O., evry Thursday eveuine on, or preceding
each full moon. D. D. T. Hard, Sec'y.
Orpiiiiu's Friend I.oilgo, IT. !.,
holds a regular Communication at Wilkes
tille, Vinton county. Ohio, every Saturday
evcniiig un, or preceding each full moon.
H, H. BifiHor, Sec'y.
PICK HAM'S GIFT ENTERPRISE. The
Committee appointed by the Shareholders in
this tilfuir, to distribute the 100,000 Gifts
amongst the ticket holders, have deferred the
distribution until the 5th of July, on account
of there remaining unfold some few thou
sands ol tickets, Mr. Perham, ever anxious
to uuet the' views. of his patrous, offers extra
ordinary inducements to Agents to engage in
the sale of the remaining tickets, so that there
may be no more delay, which are unques
tionably as vexatious to him as to those who
have purchased tickets in his enternrisc. We
commend the reading of his advertisement to
our patrons, and hope that each and all will
lend a helping hand to bring the matter to an
early and satisfactory consummation.
C. P. TU.UY,-
1'. J. OAKU'
C.P.TRACY & CO,,
Manvfacturers and Wholesale
HOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
Cue door below r. Kinnrjr k Co'i Dniik,
I rent Sired, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 27. 1853.
GEO. 11. Will,
WHOLESALE AND tlETAlL
DRICS, CHEMICALS, PALMS,
VMWJSII. )TES,PUnE ESSENTIAL
OILS, iXSTHUMENTS, DHUSH
E S OF E VEIi DESCR1P TION,
TIONS, Funcy Articlea, DruggiaU' Shop Fur-
nil urc.U lass Wart, Window Glass,
Alcohol, tf-c, tf-c, tf e.,
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
informs his frieuds
and the public, that he is
now opening a large and
superior stock of Drugs,
f-c, that have been selec
ted with personal care for
Physician and customers, will find our
rrus of the best quality, all of which we
will sell at the lowest prices.
; AM ALSO AGENT
For all kinds of Patent Medicines, English,
French ami Geunan Herbs, .Tobacfco, Cigars,
and a fine assortment of Soaps, Extracts and
Pure Wines. . Ijune 15, 1855. tl.
AND other Goods in his line of Business
are received br Express almost every
week from Boston, New York, and the Cities
or the Wert, by J. 11. WH1TTKMORE, -may
8,'bl. Second St., Chillicotlie. O.
evflrv ilrerriiitinn fnruifiripfl at elmrt nr.
ders and fair prices. A laree supply ot
Paints and Brushes for Portrait Landscape
Paintets, Toy Paints and Best Water Colors
on hand. J. R. WH1TTEMORE,
mayl8,'55. Second St., Chillicotlie, O.
ACCOUNT BOOKS! ' '
HAVING a large Stock of Day Books,
Journals and Ledgers, made of excel
lent paper and bound well in sheep, with
Morocco or Russian bauds. will sell them
for a f. w months at Puicts Surprisingly
Those iu want of Wank Bo la and. who
buy (or use or to sell again can have burgains
thut icillutify IIuwmIvc and tuil Hit time.
This is saying a good deal ; I mean what 1
say. J. R, WHITTEMORE. ,
No. I, Union BlocV, Second st.
Citai.icoTHE, Ohio. (mayl8,'55
. J. R. WHIHEMORE
HAS now an assortment of Wall Paper,
' Borders, Window Curtains, and tire
Screens, that tan hardly be surpassed in the
Vrtt. Trices low. No. 1 Union Block.
uiarl&, io. '. Chillicotlie', OLiu.
Salt cRtal Estatt by Ordtrrf Court.
BY of an order of sale to me directed
from the Probate Court, wlthid and for
the county Of Vinton, and State of Ohio.
I will on tba 28ih day of July," A. D.
loos, oeiwetn the hours of one and twd
o'clock P. M .of said day. at the door
of the Court Houn, in the town of Mc-
Arthur, and county of Vinton, offer for
sale at public auction, the interest ol
Claris Salts, George Salts, Thomas
Salts, Rebeca Salts and Andrew Salts,
(being eve equal undivided Sixth parti.)
tn anu to me lollowing real estate sit
uate in said county of Viuton. to wit i
The west half of the south east quaiter
ol section number four, township num
ber ten, of ranee number seventeen, ex
cept about two and one-half acre
neretoiore conveyed by Edward Salts,
enr., .o Patrick Murdojk, and about
lour acres sold to the Marietta & Cin.
Rarlroad Co., at and for a right of way.
Said interest in said premises has
been appraised (Iree from lie incum
brance of dower,) at twiniy two hun
dred and five dollars, and must tell for
at least two thirds that sum. on the
following terms: One third of the pur
chase money in hand and the residue
iu two equal annual payments with in
terest from the day of sale. The other
undivided sixth part of the premiaei
will be sold at the lame time and place,
and on the tame terms.
MATILDA SALTS, Guardian, of
Clarisa Salts, Geo. Salts,
Thos. Salts, Rebeca Salts,
nd Andrew Salts,
jutia 29 '55 4w.
SALE UP SEAL ESTATE BY 0R0E& OP COURT.
BY virtue of an order ol sale to me directed
from the Probate Court, within and for
the count) oi Viuton, ind State of Ohio,
I will on the 28th day of July, A. D.,
1855, between the hours of oue aud two
o'clock P. M., of said day, it the door
of the Court House, In town of McAr
thur, and county of Vinton; offer and ex
pose to sale at public suction, the in
terest of John Sails, (being one equal
undivided sixth part,) in and to the
lollowing real estate, situate in said
county of Viuton, to wit : The West
hall pf the South East quarter of Section
Number Four, Township Number Ten,
of Range Number Seventeen, except
about two aud one-half aciei heretofore
couveyed by Edward Salti ienr., to
Patrick Murdock, and about four acres
sold to the Marietta 6c Cincinnati Rail
Road Company, as and for i right of
Said interest in said premises hai been
appriised (free from the incumbrance
ot dower) at four hundred and forty
one dollars,; ind rnuat se II for at least
two thirds that turn on the following
terms : Duo third ol the purchase mo
ney !u hand, ind the residue in two
equal annual payments with interest
from the day ol lale. The residue of
said premises will be sold it the same
time and place, and on the time terms.
- JOHN R. flEVVTON. Guardian, .
of JOHN SALTS.
June 29, 18554 w.
THE STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO., SS.
James Robbins, Pltff., Atlathment -
Charles Mrw, Deft. Civil Action.
THE , defendant, Charles Magee.
wiL), ke notice, that the plaintiff,
James bbius, on the 22d day Of June,
1855,1 used an order of attachment to
be issued by J. W. Swepjton, Justice
ol the Peace in and for said county of
Vinton, agiinst the goods, chatties,
slocks, interest in stocks, rights, cred
its, moneys and effects of the laid de
fendant, a nun resident of said county of
Viuton. to satisfy the claim of the said
plaintiff for thirty-three dollars and fif
ty cents, and costs of suit; and that Slid
cause has been continued for hearing by
said Justice. until the 7th day of August,
A. D..1855, it 1 o'clock A.M., of said
day. E. A. BRATTON.
Ally, for pltff.
June 29, 1855 3w.
Suit of Rcul Estate by Lrdtrof Court.
ON the 28th day of July, A. D., 1655,
between the houn of one ind two
o'clock P. M., of said day, 1 shall offer
for sale at public auction on the prem
ises in Jackson Township, the interest
of John A. Moore, being Une equal undi
vided ninth part in and to the follow,
ing premises to wit : The south west
quarter of the north east quarter of sec
tion No. 9, township No. 10. range No.
18, Viuton county, Ohio. . Said interest
is appraised subject to dower it 427,57
and must sell for it least two thirds tbat
sum, ou the following terms, to wit:-
One third in hand, Slid the balance in
two equal annual payments, with inter
est. HAJSNAH MOORE, Quaidiao,
of John A. Moore.
June 29, 1855 4w. .
BY virtue of a certain writ of fi. fa., is
sued from .tlll frill rf nf rVmimnii Plana
of Viuton county and Stale of Ohio, and to
ine directed, 1 will offer for Sale, at Public
Auction, at tlie town Of Hatndch, infclinion
towusinp, Vinton county, uiuo, On the 7in
liV nf J ill V 1A."!S hpln-iwri Ih kmln nt tan
j - , ..w ..w.a v, .V. II
aud four o clock of said day, the following
properiy.io wiu rive mgons; onftUx Wig
on, and one Bay Horse; ttkenis the property
oi a. win, to sa ttsiy au execution tn favor ol
Oakes & Buskirk. WM. T1SUE,
june.2a 2wj Sheriff V. C;, O. -
STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO., $S.
Shades & Reynolds; J
against t la Attachment.
W.S. French & Co. )
THE defrudiots will take notice that
the plaintiffs in the atova ciu. on
4 the 5th day of June, A. D.,1855, caused
au order ol attachment to be issued by
Elias Wain, a Justice of iha
the Township of Elk, in the County of
vihton, in the Mate of Ohio, against
the goods', chattlei,' slocks, interest in
slocks, rights, credits, moneys, and ef
fects of the said defendant!; ntfn-resi
dents of said county, to Satisfy the
claim of the said plain tiffs, for two hun
dred aud twenty-nine dollar' and sixty
lour cents, with interest, from the 5tb
day of Juue, , 1855, ind thirty dollars
the probable costs of this action, and
that said cause, has beau continued for
hearing before said Janice, at bis office
in McArthur, in said township, on the
20th day of July, A. D 1855', it one
o'clock.'P.'M., on said day.
. , , 4 " JOHN P, TLYLEY,
Juiie n, 1635. Sjj . - ; . ,
JOHN D. BYERS, Margaret Dyers,
Mary J. Byerei, and Arriandi Byen,
all of the eoiinly of Alltghariy; in the
State of Pennsylvanla.lnd Nancy Vance
lud Andrew Vatice, her hrjibartd. of the
county of Washington Jo the State of
Pennsylvania, and Eliia JRted, lod
Henry Reed, her husband; of the county
of Bron, in the State of PennijUania,
and Matilda Hamilton and Francis Ham
ilton, ber husband, of the county of
nanson. tn the Slate or Ohio, ire here
by notified that on thd 20th day of
June, A. D., 1855, Jamei Ross Byen, of
Aiiegnany county, in he State of Penn-
ijivania, as the administrator of Alex
iider Byen. deceased : filed in the Pin-
bate Court of the county of Vinton, in
the Slate of Ohio, hit certain oelition
against tnem as the heirs it law, hay.
ing tbe next estate of ioheri'.eocc in the
realty of which the laid Alexander By.
sri ditd seized ; where the same is now
pending, in which it ii illedged that
the said Alexander Byen new deceased,
in bis lifetime to wit t On th20th day
of December, A. D., 1853, by contract
in wnticg, fci a aluabie consideration,
bargaineJ and sold and obligated him
self upon full payments of the consider
ation money to convey. Tbe South
west quarter of section (No. 15,) Town
(No. 10,) of range (No. 18,) situated in
the county of Vinton, Ohioi to Levi
Appleman. and David Vernatty; by.
good ind sufficient deed; iveriugfui
parmenl of aid consideration money u.
said Vindeet. ind that laid Alex. B..r.
utpsncu inia me peiore mating ft&
conveyance for such premises. The
prayer of which said petition Is, that
h the laid Jameg R0 Byen, as the
administrator of the said Alexander Br
era, deceased, m,y up0n the hearing 'of
mia cauae, oe ordered by said Court to
complete "id contract by conveying
said premises by deed containing pro-
f11 "'""'i to one tteory Tetters, the
issignee of the said Levi Appleman ind
the said David Vernatty, and said da
fendantiare further notified that an id
cause will be heard before rmI.1 Cnnri
on the Uth day of July, A. D., 1855.
Uy JOHN P. PLYLEY,
Atty. for Petitioner.
June 22. 1855.- 3w.
TUB ITATE OP 11I11C, Tl.lTUfl mm, SS.
Edward F. Bingham, plntff., )
Rinst . ha Attaeth
William Walden, defendant. ) ment.
THE defendant will take notice, that
I tne piainhii in the above case, on
the Uth day of June. A. D.. 1855. cana.
ed an order of attachment to be issued
by J. W. Swepston. lustice of the Peici
ior .ik iswnsiiip, Vinton County, Ohio
gainst the goods, chatties, i locks, in
terest in Hocks, rights, credits, moneys
and effects of laid defendant a non ra'ai.
dent of said county, to satisfy the claim
of the .laid plaintiff, for five dollars
who interest thereon rrom the llth day
Of Aneust. A. D.. 1852. and fifie.n itnl.
tars the probable coita of suit; and that
said cause has been continued for icr
,vire on laid defendant, and will be for
Hearing be Tore laid Justice, at hit office
in McArthur, in said towmbin. on thn
first day of August, A. D., 1855, it 10
o-cioci, a. M., ol Mid dar, laat afore
laid. " EDWARD F. BINGHAM.
June 2t, 16S55. .
THE STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO., SS.
r. Shades, )
i ' . f ln Attachment.
W. S. French & Co. S
THE defendant! will take notice, that
'he plaintiff in the above case, on
the 5th dat of June. '05. caused au order
of attachment to be issued br J. W.
Swepston, a Justice of the Peacii for Elk
Township, Vinton Couuty, Ohiojsgainst
the goods, chattlei, stocks, interest in
stocks, rights, credits, rnoiteyi, ind ef
fects ol the laid delendanta. non-resi-
dents of said county, to satisfy the claim
oi ine sain planum for thirty nine dol
lars and fifty-lour cents, with interest
from tbe 28th day of December, 1854,
and tweot) five dollars the probable
cost of this action, and tbat said cause
has been continued for hearing life fh re
said Justice, ou the 19th day of July,
toot, at i o clock, r. M.
J NO. P. PLYLEY.
Atty, for PllfT.
June 22, 1855, 3w.
SETTLEMENT BY GUARDIAN.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Jeremiah
RatclifT. Guardian of Hnnnah Cnx. haa
filed in the Probate Court of Viulon County,
Ohio, his accounts. Hurt vnnrhora .n.-li
Guardian, for inspection and final settlement,
knd that the same- will be passed upon by
said Court, on the 1th day of Jul v, A. D.
icnw. n. r. HKwrrr.
Junell,"55.3w Pro. Judge V. C O.
BOOTS 1 SUOESa
JUST rKi Ved the largest ahd best selection
of BbBts aud Shoes ever opened in this
market, consisting of
Gents. Enameled Broeans
I -Calf '
, u Buttoned Congress Gaiters;
M Morrocco Slippers,
' " French Calf Boots.
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots,
" " Goat ' "
i " Sevreil a u
w Laced Galiefr.
; " Patent 1 outlier
Enameled Jen ney Li mi's,
Patent Sea Buskins,
" fancy Eoaraeleil "
" " Slippers. -. .
ChiWre'ris' Kid Laced Boots;
, Fancy ' ,-
" Goat v- M M
" Fancy . " ' ' u
Misses Kid Slippefs,.
Toirether with t-.ril nf Rnnla and
Shoes, of Mens'. Wo mens' and childrens'
wear, at the lowest prices, at
ALL persons who have unsettled accounts
on S. S. Demmh & Co's Books, and
that have not been aqua red by note or other
wise are requested to call and settle op by the
1st ol June, if not, the same wilt b left with
the proper officers for collectii-n. I want the
Books squared, and have called on a number.
end" gave two months notice, to tbat effect-
lime enough tn all conscience.
mayrtt,aw. - IS. A, BRATTON,
r &S. SWEPSTOXf '
At FiAmmxi. wish to purchaw Hides tor
liich the pighrsl Market price will be given.
1........ .r . "
Juiiuen 6,lc1'5. tf,
R . LLOYD & CO,
. AUIOLESALE BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE; ' '
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK. FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH, OI1IO." -
HAVE just received their extenaive FALL STOCK, cCnglslirig 6f ill the iatest it; lea and
fashions, Our stock having been purchased direct from the roariufaclnrert, principally
for cash, with great care in the selection of quality and sizes adopted to the Western trade,?
are enabled to offer superior inducement this Fail, and are determined not lo be undersold .
byany regular house either in Ifew York. Philadelphia 6r Baltimore.. ; . t : .
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots and Shoes will be found a iurgi and well leve
led stock of . HATS. AND CAPS. !'
Suitable, for the Fall and Winter Trade. Nlen.UauU and Furnace Owners visiting' aui city,
are invited lo call and examine for themselves. .
TO THE LADIES.
We ire no manufacturing a lunfrior article of Ladiea'and Missea' Gaiters, BunVii.s anj
Slippers. Having procured some of the best
ply (nose who want custom work.
ONE THOtrSANDIbs. Ral Sole Leather. 12.00 lbs. No. ( White Sole Leather. 30 luwm
French Calf Skirts, 25 doreri Crawfonfi Skins,
Findings always on hand and for sale at the
January au. 1834. ir.
workmen1 in (lie Wet, we srCprepan-vt to suj-'
10 dozen Kin Skins. Upper leather ind Shoe-
lowest market price, . i t
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
SCIOTO AND HOCKING VLLEY
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON and after Friday, 1st of June, 1855,
Train will rtm mm fallows, I wiU
Train No. I will leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clock A. M. and arrive at Jackson at 12
o'clock M. Returning leave Jackson at II
o'clock P. M. and arrive at Portsmouth at &
o'clock P. M.
Train No. 2 leave Jackson at?) o'clock A.
M. end arrive at Portsmouth at 1 1 o'clock A.
M. Returning leave Portsmouth at 21 P. M.
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
Trains stop only for passengers at the fol
lowing stations, td wit: Sciotoville, Webster,
Washington and Gallia Stations. Portland.
Cross Roads ftrid Irwirt's Station.
J. W. WEBB, Superintendent.
June 15, '55. 2c-tf.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE. NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER
I M.l. V..... ilk.
L20LSiL1855, a Daily Line of Mail
Coaches will vun regularly between McAr-
tnur ana ever s station; as follows :
Lrave McArthur it 5 o'clock. A. M.. nai
ling through Hamden 6i, arrive it Bvet'i at
9 A.M. '
Returning, leave Byera' at 5. P. M.. nas-
sing through Hamden 6J, P. M.; arrive at
If . , .l ... A n si . "
nicvruiur ato, r. m,j connecting With the
Marietta & Cincinnati R. R., to and from
A Daily Coach will leave McArtbut every
morning for Albany.Pomeroy, Athens, Hock
ing Port, Petersburg and Marietta.
June lst,'55. tf. H. T. H0YT.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE. NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Marietta & Cincinnati R. R.
OPEN 20 MILES EAST Of CHLLLIOOTHB.
ON Monday, April 30,-aiul ihereafter regu-
m- t, B Mil A IVIEUt a S (SI II win
run daily (Sundays excepted) bHtweVn Clill-
ucotne enunaysviiie izu miles i&ut; is Pol
leave Chillicotlie at 3:30 P. M., On atri
val ol Train from Cincinnati.
Arrive at Ravsville at 9 r. m.
ftftv Vbvi11a ( Q J u
Arrive at Chillicothe at 10:30 a. w., id
tima ior train io uncmnatu
The Train will atdn teoillnfte at Tlimlnn
derry Station, and, on signal or notice to the
"".. !.. : 1 1 . . . . . I . I n.
vuimuciui, win biup, iu ia Ke on ot rei on pas
sengers, at the crossing of the Richmond and
Chillicothe road, and at Charleston road cfds
sing, near Simmons'.
Passengers leaving Raysville at 9 A. ..
spend an hour it Chillicothe, ami rcaih Cin
cinnati at 5:40 p. u.
Fare between Raysville and Cincinnati, 3,50
,1a fin mIa. ja ru:ii: .1 r
" . uu. , uki, vuiiiicoiiie, ou
Freioht ttt tw Hull vaw.,1 u nK'.nl. .
road where the Railroad rnmmrt, ha nni
Freight Agent, must be prepaid; and UU ar
ticles will beat the risk of the owners, at the
fetationi where Depot buildings and Agencies
It .A nnl Iuiah nM.kW.U.J .L. a .1
are delivered as directed or marked, or until
nut it iiul ucrii cnuiuiisiirii. n m vns lima insv
taken on the can, as the case may be.
JOHN WADDLE, Sttp't.
April 27, '55.tf.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE. NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Marietta & Cincinnati R. R. Marietta & Cincinnati R. R.
'pWODaily Trains betweeri Chillicothe
.X and Cincinnati. Leaves Chillicothe at
6 o'clock a. m., aud reach Cincinnati at 1 1
O'clock, a. m. Leaves Chillicothe at 111 o'
clock, a. m., and reaches Cincinnati at 5 : 40
Returning, leaves Cincinnati at 0 o'clock
i. m., ami reach Chillicothe at 3 : 23 P. M.
leaves Cincinnati at 3:20 P.M. and reach
Chillicothe at 8:21 P. M.
. JOHN WADDLE,
April 6. 1655. if. .Suptrinteaifotf,
j. o. aWLTLASD s. C. COOBWSLL.
liOOT SHOE STORE,
SWETLANP & COGSWELL)
. Opposite the McArthur House,
frETURN their sincere thanks to their
JL numerous friends ind customers, for
the very liberal patronage extended td them
the past season, and take pleasure in an
nouncing that they are now receiving at theif
Boot and Shoe Depot the largest and best se
lected Stock of
Boots & Shoes
Ever brought to McArthur; consislillsTPj
in pert of fUl
GErrTLEIVTENS BOOTS ii SHOES,
Gents.Buckskin Gaiters Gbnis.Congren Gait;
ers.Geuta Fancy Shoes.Gents Olfohl Plirhp,
Genu Enameled Nulifieri, Gents Enameled
Congress Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather Kid
Top Prince Albert's, Gents Patent Leather,
Drab Cloth. Kid top, Prince Albert's; Gents
Jersey Buckskin Shoes, Gen Is Opera Sttppirsj
together with every Variety of Fine and
Coarse calfskin. Kip and Morocco Boots and
Shoes. Also La die Boon ahd Shoes;
Ladies Buskin Gaiter Boots, Ladies' enamel
ed Jenny Lind's R. R.. Ladies' Morocco Jen
17 Linus R. R., Laities' Congress Gaiters,
Ladies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes, Ladies' en
amelled ' Morocco Shoes, Ladies' Victoria
Fancy Shoes Ladies' Fanr Ton Rivtli 1,.
dies' Fanct Buskins, bronzed tons. Ladies'
uiuc uii, Usui vuiureu, oanaer s uaitrrs.
Also: Misses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid
Boots anil Gaitero. Miaa F.iik. onln.1
Gaiters, Misses enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Childrens' Boots and Shoes, Childrens' calf,
neced. Shoes. Childrens' Fancy ahoea. r.hit.
d tens' Fancy Gaiters, sml every other variety
of Ladies', misses' and childrens' wear, tine
We hate any number of Workmen en
gagea, that is necessary, and aie prepared to
nil orders at the shortest noffce;
IY"f All of our Goods willbeaold at mi.
cm that will give satisfaction. Call anil ex
amine for yourselves-
: OX YOKES.
1 V YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the Gilr. Anvi
Ju,jS91553. " ,r.
1855, NEW SPRIXG GOODS. 1855.'
JAMES PURSELL, ! . ;
rXCLUSIVELT WHOLESALC OCALU ! ,
FANCrtf- STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
rff Qt'EESWARE, CHINA ANDrr i
Q GLASS; : ;!
. . . Frflnt StrtrtPOSTStOUTlI, .Ohio. . ;
IVEW "GOODS. - 1
I HAVE just rertfvecl irid am now opening
the larfesl end most desirable clock of
Goods ever exhibited ih tliis markql.
Having made irrangementifo; a large trade
I shall offer unusual inducements to cash , ,
buyers, responsible parties for negotiable pa-, .
per, or fox Tig Irori iu lots of 5U ton or up- '
The attention of Merchants and Furnace1
Owners is respectfully invited.
Porsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, 1S54. : '
Mi DAVIS, : ;
DEALER UT DBT GOOD! AND CLOT1MO.
VXJ 0ULD beg leive to innOUrice to his '
VI numerous tbstomers and the public
generally, that he is now . in receipt of his
Spring and Surnmef Goods at his .'
store in the west part of his new block, on '
Watet Street, Chillicothe. From the long .
etperienc: he has had in business, arid the lib-,
era patronage heretofore extended to him. ;
which has enabled him td purchase goods (Ur . .
cash only, he flatters himself that be can sell '
his goods at lower prices than he has ever
done before, arid is confident that he can com
pete with any honest dealer west of the rrtoun-.r
tains. His furnishing goods are complete,
and ran fit out a customer to every article
required; His clothing department cannot -be
excelled, at to neatness of fit. durability
of wear and strength of sewing. His goods
are selected by himself from the best European
and Americau manufactories, with great card
and attention and warranted all sound. , .
These goods he will tell at ten per wmt-.
lower than any bihet man in the city of Chil
licotlie. Call and see for yourselves, and be
convinced by ocular demonstration; : '
COAL, COAL. -
P. S. He would also beg leave to announce
to the citixem of Chillicothe, Monroe, Lees i
bufgh, Lexington, Martinsville and adjoin- A
ing towns, that he' has a regular line of boats
ruuning to the coal mines, and that be is
ready to contract for good . Hocking screite
coal at market prices, and that he will deliv-'
ercoat to any ol' the above era t Ions - oii Uw
Railroad by sending their orders by mail.
He will also have a supply of Jackson and
New Castle coal for Blacksmithing purpose
always ou hand. may 11 '55 3mo.
JAMES McGILLlVMY, ;
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO
Raddle and msbs mamifactcfeu,
At hUoldSiaadoppMluJ.X.fcD. Will't, .
forms his numerous'jj"
Customers add (he public, generally.
that lie is now prepared to supply all demand
in the way of Suddlcs; Bogey, Coach, aud ,
Team Harness, Collatt, Whips and Spurs.
ana every omer anicie connected with the
Trade; all Manufactured out of the best Ma- '
lerials. arid bv the best of Workmen. Call
and examine Work and Trices, before you
purchase elsewhere. .
(Q- HIDES, &c taken in exchange for
work, at the highest Market ptices.
J. K;TfirWiLL, .7
WHOLESALE AND BETA1L LEA LEI IN t
HARD WARE, Q UEENS WARE,
UATS, CAW, BOOTS, SHOES, PRODUCE, .
ic,. Ac, Ac,
Main Street, McArthur, Ohio.
AKNOUNCES to the bilizens of Vin
ton cbunty. that he has just received a
new stbbk Of Books and Stationary, cinsistiug
in pari of )
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from tl 50 to
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Boudd iu Morocco, gilt anil common biml-
vrtemi' LifeotVvASHiscTOR, .
i. a Fbamlin, . s
- . " " M Alios. . .
Lift of Hakies Boose. ,' .
" " BtAck Hawk, ,
;i ii TecoWskach. ' '
Shascipiab's works conipleteV
Byrok's . . u
Life Of r1. T. Babmoii. , . . .'
D Abaiois's History of the Reformation.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK. OF KsowitDOE
. RisAlrib Ristaldisa, a Romance. " ' ;
Hale's History ol the United States.
Grimshaw's History of the United Stales.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale.
MASONIC WORKS. i
The Craftsman, the T.iohl nf H T.,.nlu
snd Melotldies for the' Craft, containing an
excellentselection Ot Hylhrls and Odes' suita
ble tot evry occasion, -..'it .' t . 1 t ,
iOXO BOOKS. - ' :::::r
Tlie Atnetlceri Songster. Parlor Soogstefc
Eiile Of EriH. SoH.H 0A nm
Songs, and a variety of other Sung Books
Moral and Instructive story books for chili
dren, Pictorial Toy Books for childreu.of every
flsrrinllntt: ' -- - -
Justfces Dockets, Legers and Day Books,
bo'uud III leather arid half binding, of all sues.
STATIONARY. j 'i 1 i
Best Cap Paper, Blue Post Letter Paper,
Commercial Note Paper. Bill Paper, also Ink,
Quills, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, Inkstands.
Wafers, Writing Sand, and Stationary of
every kind, all of which will be sold at tbe
lowest fignres, for cash. tnay4 55..if
JOUAV OBK. of every desttintwTMatJr
e xectiied, at thii OSes, - '-, . ,
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