In Columbus, on the Fourth.
One Man Killed and Several
In the midst of the msny conflicting
rumor about the turbulent end ftttl
transactions of the Fourth, it hie been
difficult to gel el the beginning, the mid
die, tud the end of tbe melancholy affair.
From the most reliable perions with
whom we line sonversvd, we learned
that the procetsiou of the Germani pass
ed along Front up to (own.and thea over
to High street, with the national flag at
their bead, the red banner, which to
causelessly led to the collision of aome
weeks since, was born by the Turners
who marched in the procession preceded
by the Bund and the Military Company.
As the processgin passed along Town
street, it wes greeted with all sorts of
insulting shouts, jeers, and abuse by
various crowd, gathered at the corners,
As they marched along High street, the
nois in no degree diminished, the crowd
in town being uuusuallly large, and uo
little aid being furnished to awell the
disposition to riot, doubtless, by per
sous who did uot belong to the city.
The cheif act in the riot occurred near
the United States Hotel. There is uo
end to the verity of statesmeuts in rela
tion to this portion of tbe a flair, the
main poiut on which the different ver
sions turn being who committed a.t this
particular scene, the first set of violence
thaGermaus, or the Know Nothings.
Up to this mo meat there is uo dispute
that the processiou was peaceable and
peifectly orde'rly, and that repeated
manifestations of a hostile disposition
had been made against those composing
it as the) proceeded along Front and
eroded other streets. We have heard
direct statements that the first pistol
shot came from the vacant space in front
of the basement of the Uuited States,
and was fired at the Turners who had
bten already assaulted with stones.
The latter here broke line, atd then fol
lowed for a few minutes the throwing
of sloues and the Creingof pistols, in the
midst of which young Foster was shot
As the killing of Foster will be the
subject of judical investigation we re
frain from any expiessiou as to wether be
was engaged in the hostilities or not,
further than to uy we nderstand that re
liable gentleman whose names have been
giving saw him dinging stones at the
Germans repeatedly before he wasshol.
This is contradicted directly by the op
ponenls of the Foreigners.
Several other persons were injured in
the melee, but we have heard of none fa
After this engagement at the Uuited,
States the principal excitement of the
evening consisted in the arrests of Ger
mans suspected of having been engaged
in the affair. Some nineteen, many w ho
were uudoubtly innocent, were taken,
aud lodged in jail. A large crowd join
ed in this pursuit, tome flourishing and in
some instances hurling boulders, swear
ing, cursing and makings night hidous,
with veils and shouts, calling on the of
lice r s to httug up to the lamp-posts end
telegraph poles the Germans as fast as
they was brought by to jail, or as they
were marched along the streets.
WANTED "SAM" HUNG.
Some patriotic snd courageous indiv
ldual manifested an extreme anxiety
that the editor of the Statesman should
be captured and immediately hanged.
We have aa yet beard of none but
Germans being arrested, though this
surprises nobody, notwithstanding the
admitted fact tint Know Nothings had
their usual share in fanning the flame
and carrying on the riot.
We furuish the following items in
addition, by way of appendix :
STONED THEM FOR A MILE.
A young Know Nothing was yester
day heard to boast that be had stoned
"the damned Dutch for more than
m'ile, but becoming wearied, and find
ing, as he said, that the cowards could
uot be kicked into a fight, he gave the
matter up. This was before he Ger
mans had been eoadeiLtCTiie point of
resenting the almost incessant insults
that had greeted them during their pro
gress through the streets.
IN JAIL FOR SEDITION!
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Bernard Kit
ferdcerfer was arrested in the street by
the city police, for the offence of free
speech of having spoken his opinions
touching the Know Nothing crusade
upon tbe Germans. Is the Sedition Lav
ol the elder Adams in practical opera
tion in the Capital city! Is our city
under the government of a mob, who
make their own laws T
IN JAIL FOR SEDITION! IN JAIL FOR THE CRIME OF BEING A
Mr. John Eilhauer, a member of Capt
Breti's Rifle Company, who, on account
of illiness, was compelled to retire to
his home about ten o'clok on the morn-
. ing of the 4th, was dragged from his
sick bed on the merit ot tbe same nay
bv tbe police, snd incarcerated in the
county jail. He had been guilty of no
crime of no breach of the laws bu
he is accused of beiug a Dntchman.
IN JAIL FOR CELEBRATING THE FOURTH OF
'Among those siiested, without war
rant . on the nieht of the night of
" - w W -
tbe Fourth, mostly at thtir homes, and
dragged out of bed, are John Eiermsnn
Charles Eherhart, Rudolph Habensticb
Jacob Lang, Charles Keyhl, Wm. Hei
son, Henri 15 roc h and Con 'ad Westvl
None of these men aie members of the
Turner Association none of them bad
been counected with any riot or breach
uf the) peace. They were arrested on
suspicion of being Germans I Thei
accent, but recently so very sweet to
Whiggerr. has finally been the aol
cme,jjf leading them to a felon's cell
We understand that on Wednesda
night Mr. J. W. Osgood wss passin
. the United Ststes during tbe melee and
received a pistol shot iu the greiu
which yvas prevented from epteriog the
flesh by striking bis mopey pellet, rul
- and comb, in his pantaloops pocket.
The comb snd rule were shattered by
the ball, but Mr. O. sustained no mate
PA TRICK D. McKINNIS' EST A TE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been anoninted and Qualified
as Administratrix of tbe Estate of Patrick
D. McKiunis, late of the County of Vinlou,
deceased. SAMIRA G. McKLNMSS.
JAMES McCO: K LS ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been appointed and duly qual
ified Executor of the last Will and Testament
of James McCounel, late of the County of
Vinton, deceased. PATRICK MURDOCH.
M' ARTHUR DEMOCRAT
I WILL SELL THE" DEMOCRAT OFFICE
low, for Cash, or one half cash, balance on
time, at a fair price. My leasons for offering
the Frets for Sale are because I have not time
to give the paper that attention, without neg
lecting other business I am engaged in, ihal
the importance of the present Campaign de
mands. The pro specie of the office are good;
our county is improving and increasing In
population rapidly, aud is reliably Democrat
ic, la (act, for a pleasant location for a gen
tleman with a family, that would mke a per
manent locatiou with us, we believe the
above offer holds out inducements, uot sur
passed in the State. None but a Democrat
need apply. E. A. BRATTON
Julv 6, 1855.
BY virtue of a certain Execution to me di
rected, from the Court of Common Pleas,
within and for the county of Vinton, Ohio,
I will oiler and expose to sale, at Public Auc
tion, at the door of the Court House, in said
county of Vinton, on Saturday, the 11th dav
of August, 1U3D, between the hours of 10 o
clock, A. M., and 4 o'clock, P. M. of said
dav, the following described property, to wit:
In-lots Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 23, 23, 24 and 3 1 ; al
so: Out-lots INos. 1, 2,6, and 10. Afore
saifl lots are all situated in the town of Prutts-
viiie, in saiu vinton county, designated as
laid out ana recorded in the nlatol said town:
and taken as the property ot P, J, Crawford
ml John Wagoner, to satisfy au Execution
in lavor Ol annuel s. Hard :
Out-Lot No. 1, appraised at 678,33
Aud must sell (or two-thirds of the aforesaid
value. WM. T1SUE,
Jujy 6, '55-51 Sheriff V. C, 0.
(Snclta Lodge. No
307, of Free and Ac
cepted Masons, holds
a regular Communication at McArthur, Yin
ton county, Ulno, every Saturday evening on,
or preceding each lull moon.
c. A. jjratton, aec y.
Mineral Lodge, No. , holds a ree-
ular Communication at Hamden, Vinton co.,
0.. every Thursday evening on. or preceding
eacn lull moou. u. u. i. hard, see y.
Orphan's Friend Lodsc. V, !.,
holds a regular Communication at Wilkes
wile, Vinton county, Ohio, every Saturday
evening on, or preceding each full moon.
n. n. bishop, oec y.
XJa. on S. Demnth. 6c Lo s Uooks, and
that have not been squared by note or other
wise are requested to call and settle up by the
1st ol June, il uot, the same will be lei t with
the proper officers for collection. I want the
Books squared, and have called on a number,
and gave two months notice to that effect
time enough in all conscience.
maylB.aw. JS, A, BKATTON,
WOOL! WOOL 11
10,000 lbs ot Wool Wanted.
1WISH to buv all the wool I can get, and
w ill nay the highest market prices.
may 20, 05. UJ iu. A liKATTOiN,
C. P. TRACK. r. J. OAKES,
CP. TBACY & CO,,
Manvfaciurers and Wholesale
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
One door below P. Kinney k Co'i Sank,
Iront Street, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 27, 1655. ly.
CEO. 11. WILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRIGS, CHEMICALS, PAIMS,
VAl 1SH. DYES,PURE ESSENTIAL
OJLi., INSTRUMENTS. BRUSH
ES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Fancy Articles, JJrvggists' Shop Fur
niture, Glass Ware, Window Glass,
Alcohol, Oc, c-c, cfc,
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
DESPECTF U LLY
JLV informs his friends
and the public, that be
now opening a large and
superior stock of Drugs
oc, that have been selec
led with personal care for
PHYSICIANS and customers, wilt find our
rrtiEs of the best quality, all of which we
will sell at the lowest prices.
I AM ALSO AGENT
For all kinds of Patent Medicines, English
French and German Herbs, , Tobacco, Cigars,
and a fine assortment ol Swaps, extracts aud
Pure Wines. ljuue 15, 1H55. tf.
tF every description furnished at short or-
V ders and fair prices. A large supply ol
Paints and Brushes for Portrait Landscape
Painters, Toy Paints and Best Water Colors
on hand. J. K. wmntHUKbi
mayl8,'55. Secoud St., Chillicothe. O,
HAVING a large Stock of Day Books,
Journals and Ledgers, made of excel
lent paper and bound -well In sheep, with
Morocco or Russian bands. I will sell them
for a few months at Prices Surprisingly
Those in want of Blank Bks and who
i Mn . -.a i 1 .
UUJ ur U!c ui iu pen agtnf! iqil liare uuHMl
that will satisfy theiselws and suit fit times.
This is saving a good deal ; 1 mean what
say. ' J. R. WH1TJEMQRK.
No. I, Union Block, Second st.
CntLLieorHE, Ohio. (mayl'Ji
Sale of Real Estate by Order of Court.
T) Y virtue of an order of sale to me directed
J from the Probate Couit. within and for
the county of Vinton, and Slate of Ohio,
I will on the 23th day of July, A. D.,
1833, between the hours of one and two
o'clock r. JY1..0I said day, at the door
of the Court House, in the town of Mc
Arthur. sod county of Vinton, offer for
sale at public auction, the interest of
Claris Salts, George Silts, Thomas
Sal 18, Rebeca Salts snd Andrew Salts,
(bring Gve equal undivided sixth parts,)
lu snd to the following reel estate sit
uate in said county of Vinton, to wit :
Tbe west half of the south east quaiter
of section number four, township num
ber ten, of range number seventeen, ex
cept about two and one-balf acres
heretofore conveyed by Edward Salts,
seur., to Patrick Murdock, and about
four acres sold to the Marietta & Cin.
Rarlroad Co., as and for a right of way.
Said interest in sid premises has
been appraised (free from the locum
brence of dower,) at twinty-two hun
dred snd five dollars, snd must sell for
at least two thirds that sum, on the
following terms: One third of the pur
chase money in band arid the residue
iu two equal annual payments with in
terest from the day of sale. The other
undivided sixth part of the premises
will be sold a I the same time and place,
and on the same terms.
MATILDA SALTS. Guardian, of
Clarisa Suits, Geo. Salts,
Thos. Salts, Rebeca Salts,
an4 Andrew Salts,
(June 29 '55 4w.j
SALE OF SEAL ESTATE BY OSBER OP CO LIT.
BY virtue ofanorderof sale to me directed
from the Probate Court, within and for
the count; of Viuton, and State of Ohio,
I will on the 2Sth day of July, A. D.,
1855, between the hours of one and two
o'clock P. M., of said day, at the door
uf the Court House, in town of McAr
thur, snd county of Vinton; offer and ex
pose to ssle at public auction, the in
terest of John Salts, (being one equal
undivided sixth part.) in aud to the
following real estate, situate in said
county ot Vinton, to wit: The West
all of the South East quarter of Section
Number Four, Township Number Ten,
of Range Number Seveuteen, except
about two and one-half acies heretofore
conveyed by Edward Salts senr., to
Patrick Murdock, and about four seres
sold to the Marietta & Cincinnati Rail
Road Company, as and for a right of
Said interest in said premises has been
appraised (free from the incumbrance
of dower) at four hundred and forty
one dollars, and must sell for at least
two thirds thst sum on the following
terms : One third of the purchase mo
ney in hand, and the residue in two
equal annual payments with interest
from the day of sale, lhe residue of
said premises will be sold at the same
lime and place, and on the same terms.
JOHN R. NEWTON. Guardian,
of JOHN SALTS.
June 29, 1855. 4w.
I tin Ola lav vu.j
James Robbins, Pllff.,
s, Fltff., -I
'HE said defendant, Charles Mfegee,
will take notice, that the plaintiff,
James Robbins, on the 22d day of June,
1855, caused au order of attachment to
be issued by J. VV. Swepston, a Justice
of the Peace in and for said county of
Vintou, sgainst lhe goods, chatties,
stocks, interest iir stocks, rights, cred
its, moneys and effects of the said de
fendant, a non rtsideutof said county of
Vinton, to satisfy the claim of the said
plaintiff for thirty-three dollars sud fif
ty cents, and costs of suit; and that said
cause has been continued for hearing by
said Justice. until the 7th day of August,
A. D., 1855, at 1 o'clock A.M., of said
ay. E. A. BRATTON.
Atty. for pllff.
June 29, 1855 3w.
Saleof Real Estatr by Lrdcrof Court.
N the 28th day of July, A. D., 1S55,
between the hours of one and two
l ln ft J?1.1. Tl l.
o ciocr r. ft!., oi saiu aay, i snail oner
for sale at public auction on the prem
ises in Jackson Township, the interest
of John A. Moore, being one equal undi
vided ninth part in and to tbe follow
ing premises to wit: The south west
quarter of the north east quarter of sec
liou No. 9, township 2No. 10, range No.
18, Vintou county, Ohjo. Said interest
is appraised subject to donver at $27,57
and must sell for at least two thirds that
sum, ou the following terms, to wit:
One third in hand, and the balance . in
two equal aunual payments, with inter
est. HANNAH MOORE, Guardian,
of John A. Moore.
June 29, 1855 4w.
T)Y virtue of a certain writ of fi, fa., is-
U sued from the Court ol Common fleus,
of Vinton county and Stale of Ohio, and
me directed, 1 will oiler for Sale, at Public
Auction, at the towu of Hamden, iu Clinton
township, Vinton county, Ohio, ou the 7ih
day of July. Ib55, between the hours of ten
aud four o'clock of said day, the following
property.to wit:. Hve wagons, one Ux Wag
on, and one Bay Horse; taken as the properly
of B. Dill, to satisly an executiou in lavor
Oakes & Buskirk. WM. lis UK,
. june2tf 2w Sheriff V. C. O,
STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO., SS.
Shades & Reynolds, ")
sgainst . In Attachment.
VV. S. French &Co. )
THE defendants will take notice that
the plaintiffs in tbe above case, on
ihe 5th dsy of June, A. D., 1855, caused
au order of aitacbmenl to be issued by
Elias Waltz, a Justice of the Peace for
the Township of Elk, in the County
Viuton, in the State of Ohio, against
ihe goods, chatties, stocks, interest in
slocks, rights, credits, moneys, and ef
feels of the said defendants, non-residents
of said county, to satisfy ih
claim of the said plaintiffs, for two hun
dred snd twenty-nine dollars and sixty
lour ceuis, with interest, from the 5th
day of June, 1855. .and thirty dollar
the probitle costs of this action, and
that said cause has been contiuued for
hearing before said Justice, at his office
in McArthur, in said township, on the
20ih day of July, A. D 1855, atone
o'clock, P . M., on said day.
JOHN P. PLYLEY.
Ally, for Pliffs,
June 33, 1855 3w,
Oil N D. BYERS. Margaret Byers,
Mary J. Breres, snd Amanda Byers,
all of the county of Alleghany, in the
State of Peniisylvania.and Nancy Vance
aud Andrew Vance, her husband, of the
county or Washington, in the State of
Pennsylvania, snd Eliza JReed, and
Henry Reed, her husband, of tbe county
of Brown, in the State of Pennsylvania,
snd Matilda Hamilton and Francis Ham
ilton. beibusbsnd, of the county of
Harison, in the Slate of Ohio, are here
by notified that on thd 20ih day of
June, A. D., 1855, James Ross Brers, of
Alleghany county, in 'lie State of Penn
sylvania, as the aJministrstor of Alex
ander Byers, deceased; file J in the Pro
bate Court of the county of Vinton, in
the State of Ohio, his certain petition
against them ss the heirs at law, hav
n g the next estate of mberi'.ence in ihe
realty of which the said Alexander By.
ers died seized ; where the same is now
pending, lu which it is alledged that
the said Alexander Byers now deceased,
n bis lifetime to wilt On lh20th day
of December, A. D., 1853, by contract
in writing, for a valuable consideration,
bargained and sold aud obligated him
self upon full paymeuts of the consider
ation mopey to convey. The South
West quarter of section (No. 15,) Town
(No. 10,) of range (No. IS,) situated in
the county of Vinton, Ohio, to Levi
Applemaa, snd David Vernatty, by
good and sufficient deed; averiug full
payment of said ronnderauon money by
said Vindees. and that said Alex. Bjr
departed mis lite betore making aid
conveyance for such premises. The
prayer of which said petition is, that
be the said James Ross Byers, as the
administrator of the said Alexander Bv-
ers, decessed, may upon the hearing
this cause, tie ordered by said Court
complete said contract by conveying
said premises bv deed containina nro-
per covenants, to one Henry Tetters, the
sssignee of the said Levi Appleinan and
the said David Vernatty. and said de
fendants ara further notified that said
cause will be heard before said Court,
on tbe 1 1th day of July, , D., 1855.
Uy JUUJi'..uc 'YLEY,
Atty, foV Petitioner.
June 22, 1853.- 3wf-
THE aTATE 01? UIIIC, T1NTIIN CHL'STY,
Edward F. Bingham, plntfT., )
William Walden, defendant. )
ment. THE defendant will take notice,
the plaintiff in the above case,
the 14 th dsy of June, A. D., 1855, caus
ed an order of attachment to be issued
by J. W. Swepston, Justice of the Peace
for Elk Tawnsbip, Vinton Countv, Ohio,
against the goods, chatties, slocks, iu
terest in stocks, rights, credits, moneys,
and effects of said defendant a non rest
dent of said county, to satisfy the claim
uf the said plaintiff, for five dollars
with interest thereon from the 11th
of August, A. D., 1652, and fifteen dot
lars the probable costs of suit; and
said cause has been continued for ser
vice on said defendant, and will be
hearing before said Justice, at his office
in McArthur, in said township, on
first day of August, A. D., 1855, at
o'clock, A. M. of said day, last afore
said. EDWARD F. BINGHAM.
June 22, 18855.
IHE STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO.,
vs. In Attachment.
W. S. French & Co.)
THE defendants will take notice,
the plaintiff in the above case,
the 5lb day of June, '05, caused au order
of attachment to be issued by J.
Swepslou, a Justice of the Peace for
Township, Vintou County, Ohio, against
the goods, chatties, slocks, interest
slocks, rights, credits, moneys, and
fects of the said defendants, non-resi-
Jents of said county, to satisfy the claim
of the said plaiutiff for thirty nine dol
lars aud fifty-iour cents, with interest
from the 28th day of December, 1854,
and twenty five dollars tbe probable
cost of this action, and that said cause
has been continued fur hearing before
said Justice, ou the 19th day of July,
1855, at 1 o'clock, P.. M.
JNO. P. PLYLEY,
. Atty. for PI ifr.
June 22, 1855, 3w.
SETTLEMENT BY GUARDIAN.
NOTICE is hereby given, that 7eremiab
Ratcliff, Guardian of Hannah Cox,
filed in the Probate Court of Vinton County,
Ohio,. his accounts, and vouchers, as
Guardian, for inspection and final settlement,
and that the same will be passed upon
said Court, on the 7th day of July, A.
loDD. B. P. HEWITT,
Junell,,'55.3w Pro. Judge V. C, O.
BOOTS 1 SHOES.
TUST received the lareest a nd best selection
ell of Boots and Shoes. ever opened in
mantel, consisting or .
Gents. Enameled Brogans.
' Calf '
Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" . Morrorco Slipjiers,
" French Calf Boots,
Lndies Enameled Lace Boots,
" Goat " "
" . Sewed
, " Laced Gaiters,
" Patent Leather '
" Enameled Jenuey Liud's, .
. M Patent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Enafneled "
" " Slippers.
Childcens' Kid Laced Boots,
" Fancy " ' '
" Rid Peg
" Enameled "
" Fancy '.
Misses Kid Slippers, ,
" Fancr Laced Boots.
Together .with eve'.y variety of Boots
ohces, of Mens , Woinens and cluldieus
wear, at the lowest prices, at
J. R. WHITTEMORE
TTAS now an assortment of Wall
J-JL Borders, Window Curtains, and
bcreens, that can ha rill
llv- be surpassed in
S'o. I Union Block,
West. Prices low,
may 18,'55. Chillicothe, Ohio.
AND other Goods iu his line of Bu
are received by Express almost
week from Boston, New York, and the
of tbe West, by WHITTEMORE.
Biay !8, Sc cend St., Chillicothe,
R LLOYD & CO,
UHorFLlBOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE,
' W " NO J 3 ?BIXKEYE Bli)CK FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH, OH 0
II AVE inst reoe vei thtir extensive FALL STOCK, consist! of all the start
. IrSS "Our .S having ba purchased d'-t from the manufac t'-Ur
for cash with great care in the selection of quality and sizes adopted to the estern
Enabled to offer superior inducements tffi.F.fl. snd are determined no. to be undersold
hvunvrepularho.!! either in New York. Philadelphia or Ba tnnore. .
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots
ted stock of
Suitahle for the Fall and Winter Trade
'are invited to call and examine for rtiemselves,
ri i i ill"-
We are now manufacturing a superior article of Ladies' and Misses' Oaiters. Buskins ani
Slipi-ers. Hiving procured some of the best workmen in the Wast, we are pmparvd la sup
ply fhose who want custom work.
J r t i r
li fi A
nVR THOrsANn lbs. Red Sole Leather.
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawford's Skins,
Finlinci always on hand and for sale at tne
and Slus will be found a large ana weti sw
liATS AINU ...
Merchants snd Furuics Owners vuitinj our iy.
I, a ui li..
II 1 n
1 11 IU A
12.00 lbs. No. I White Sole Leathar, SO d.
10 dozen Kip Skins. Up'.w leather andShee
iowmi mantel price.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
SCIOTO AND HOCKING VLLEY
tvRflfl v&m tm fwrt
CHANGC t TIME.
ON and after FridSlst of imv, 1355,
Trains will run as follows, to wit:
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at
o'clock A. M. and arrive at Jackson at u
o'clock M. Returning leave Jackson at U
o'clock P. M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 5
o'clock P. M.
Train No. 2 leave Jackson at 71 o'clocK A.
M. ond arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A.
M. Returning leave Portsmouth at 2i P. M.
aud arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
Trains atoD only for nassencers at the lol
lowing stations, to wit: Sciotoville, Webster,
Washington and Gallia Stations. Portland,
Cross Rouds and Irwin's Station.
J. W. WEBB, Superintend'.
June 15. '55. 2c-tf.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER
.Monday, June 4th,;
2&ll655, a Daily Line of Mail
Coaches will run regularly between McAr
thurand livers Malion; as lollows :
Leave McArthur at 5 o clock, A. M., pas
sing through Hamden 6J, arrive at Byer's at
ReturuinE. leave Byers' at 5, P. M., pas
sing through Hamden 6J, P. M.; arrive at
McArthur at a, r. M,; connecting with the
Marietta & Cincinnati R. li to and from
A Daily Coach will leave McArthur every
morning for Albany, Pomeroy, Athena, Hock
ing Port, Parkersburg and Marietta. .
June ist, 3D. tt. it. r. nui i.
Marietta & Cincinnati R. R.
OPEN 10 MILES EAST OF CHILLICOTHE.
ON Monday, April 30, and thereafter regu
larly, a Passenger and Freight Train will
run daily (Sundays excepted) between Chil
licothe and Raysville (20 miles East) as fol
lows: Leave Chillicothe at 3:30 P. M., on airi
val ol Train from Cincinna'i.
Arrive at Raysville at 5 p. M.
Leave Raysville at 9 A. v.
Arrive at Lhiincoine at iu:ju a. m., in
lima for Train to Cincinnati.
The Train will stop regularly at London
derry Station, and, on signal or notice to the
Conductor, will stop, to take on or let off pus
sengers, at the crossing of the Richmond and
-rl II" 1 lar-l ti .1
Uimiicouie rvav, nnu ay iuanrsiun iuuu cros
sine, near Simmons'.
Pareencers leaving Raysville at 9 A. m
spend an hour at Chillicothe, and rcah Cin
cinnati at 5:40 p. m.
Fare between Raysville and Cincinnati, $3,50
do. do. do. do. Chillicothe, 60
Freight, to be delivered at points on the
mad wnere the Railroad company has not
Freight Agents, must be prepaid; and all ar
ticles will beat the risk of the owners, at the
Stations where Depot buildings and Agencies
have not been established, from the time they
are delivered as directed or marked, or until
taken on the cars, as the case may be. a
JOHN WADDLE, Sup't.
April 27, '55.tf.
Marietta & Cincinnati R. R.
T I WO Daily Trains between Chillicothe.
X aud Cincinnati. Leaves Chillicothe at
6 o'clock a. m., and reach Cincinnati at 1 1
o'clock, a. m. Leaves Chillicothe at Hi o'
clock, a. m., and reaches Cincinnati at 5 : 40
Returning, leaves Cincinnati at 9 o'clock
a. in., and reach Uhilhcothe at : io V, m.
Leaves Cincinnati at 3:20 P. M. and reach
Chillicothe at 8:25 P. M.
April 6, 1855. tf. Superintendent.
O. kWtTLAMD B. C. COGSWELL,
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
MAN UFA CIO ll'Yi
SWETLAND & COGSWELL
Opposite the McArthur House,
I3ETURN their sincere thanks to thei
JL numerous friends and customers, for
the veiy liberal patronage extended to them
in the past season, and take pleasure in an
nouncing that they are now receivinc at their
Boot and bhoe Depot the largest snd best
lected Slock of
Bools & Shoes
Ever brought to McArthur; consisting
in part of
GElTLlv1ElS BOOTS & SHOES.
Gents.Buckskin Gaiters Gtnts.Coneress Gait
ers.Gents Fancy Shoes, Gents OxforJ Pumps,
Gents Enameled Nulifiers, Gents Ename'.ed
Congress Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather Kid
Top Prince Albert's, Gents Patent Leather.
Drab Cloth. Kid top, Prince Albert's; Gents
Jersey Buckskin shoes, Uents Opera Clippers;
tocclher with every variety of. Fine and
Coarse calf skin, Kip and Murocco Boots and
Shoes. Also, Lacihi Boors A.vn Shoes;
Ladies Buskin Gaiter Bools, La.liia' enamel
ed Jenny Lind's R. R., Ladies' Morocco Jen
uy Lind's R. R.Ladies' Congress Gaiters,
Ladies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes,' 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 Boo 1 3 and Shoes, Misses Kid
Boots and Gaiters,' Misses Fancy colored
Gaiters, Misses enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Childrens' Boots and Shoes, Childrens' cslf,
peged. Shoes, Childrens' Fancy shoes, Chil
drens' Fancy Gaiters, and every other variety
of Ladies', misses' and childreus' wear, Fine
and Coarse. '
We have any number of Workmen en
gaged, that is necessary, and aie prepared to
hit orders at the shortest notice.
(CJ-AII of our Goods will be sold at pri
ces that will give satisfaction. Call and ex
amine for yourselves- . '
500i bushels of CORN wanted by thfl un
dersigned, for which the highest market
price will be paid. E. A. BBATTON.
1855. OT SPRLVG GOODS, 1855,
tXCLVSIVELV WHOLESALE DIALER Iff
FANCY 4- STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
p QUEENS WARE. CHINA ANDf
Front Strtct. rOBTSUDLTTJI, Obifl.
I- HAVE just received and am now opeuinr .
lhe largest and most desirable nook of
Goods ever exhibited in this market.
Having made arrangements fo; a large trad
I shall olVvt unusual inducements Xo cash
hnvpra. msnniiKible narties for negotiable Da- '
per, or for Pig Iron iu lota of 50 to'is or up
The attention of Merchants and Furnaoa
Owners is respectfully invited.
Portsmouth. O.. Dec. 22, 1854.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS AND CLOTXVa.
WOULD beg leave to announce to hir
iiiiTiATfiiifi riictnniprfl and thfl iiliblic
generally, that he is now in receipt of his
Spring u nd Summer Goods at his
store iu 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 Dim to purchase goods lor
cash only, he flatters himself that he can sell
his goods at lower prices than he has ever
done before, and is confident that he can com
pete with any honest dealer west of the moun
tains. His furnishing goods are complete,
and can fit out a customer to every article
required. His clothing department cannot
be excelled, as to neatness of Dt, durability
of wear and strength of sewing. Tlis goods
are selected by himself from the best European
and American manufactories, with great cart
and attention and warranted all sound.
These goods he will sell at ten per oent
lower than any other man in the city of Chil
licothe. Call am ste for yourselves, aud be
convinced by ocuar demonstration.
P. S. He would also beg leave to announoa
to the citizens of Chillicothe, Monroe, Lees
burgh, Lexington, Martinsville and adjoin
ing towns, that he has a regular line of boats
running to the coal mines, and that he is
ready to contract for good Hocking serene
coal at market prices, and that lie will deliv
er coal to any of the above stations on tha
Railroad by sending their orders by mail.
lie will also have a supply of Jackson tnt
New Castle coal for Btacksmithing purposes
always on hand. mayll '55 3mo.
mire ii.. 1 1 1 urn i v
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR. OHIO.
SADDLE i.ND HARNESS MNl'FACTUBER,
At his ol4 Stand opposite J.K. JtD. Will',
forms h i a iuimerousjJr
Customers and the public, generally.
that he is now prepared to supply all demand
in the way ol Saddles; liuggy, Coach, and
Team lluriicssjCoifarj.H'Aiw and Spurs.
and every other article counected with the
Trade; all Manufactured out of the best Ma
terials. and by the best of Workmen. Call
end examine Work and Trices, before voa
fry HIDES, &c takeu in exchanea for
work, at the highest Market prices.
i. K. & D. WILL,
WHOLESALE ASO RETAIL DEALER IV
HARD WARE, Q UEENS WARE,
HATS, LAPS. BOOTS, SHOES, PRODUCE,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
Main Street, McArthur, Ohio.
BOOKS! BOOKS 11
. A, BRATTON
ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Via
ton county, that he has just received a
new stock of Books and Stationary, ciusistiiig
in part of
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from $1 50 ta
.TfETHODlST HYMN BOOKS,
Bound in Morocco, gilt and common binding-
". " Frakkmw,
" " " Marion.
Life of Daniel Boone,
" " Black Hawk,
Shakespeab's works complete.
Byron's " "
Life of P. T. Barncm.
Da Aubione's History of the Reformation.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Kbowlidos.
Rinaloo Rinaldika, a Romance.
Hale's History ol the United States.
Grimshaw's History of the United Stales.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale.
The Craftsman, the Light of the Temple,
aud Meloddies for the Craft, containing an
excellent selection ol Hymns and Odes' suita
ble for evry occasion,
The American Songster, Parlor Songster,
Exile of Eriu, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro
Songs, end a variety of other Song Boons.,
Morul and Instructive story books forchil
dren.Pictorial Toy Books for childreu.of every
, . BLANK BOOKS. , '
Justices' Dockets. Lexers and Day Books.
bound in leather and half binding, of all ttjti.
- STATIONARY."- -
Best Cap Paper, Blue Post Letter Paper,
Commercial Note Paper, Bill Paper, also Ink,
Qui I Is, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, Inkstands,
Wafers, Writing Sand, and Stationary of
every kind, all ef which will ba sold at the
lowest" figures, fur cash. inay4 '55. tf
JUII W OUK.ol every description neetlt
wrpted, at this USe. n .w n '
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