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W. B. Thrall
F. M. Wright having received a ma
jority of all Hie votes cast, was declar
ed the nomine for Auditor of State.
Balloting for Secretary of State re.
suited as follows,
S. Nash..........T
E. R. EckUy....,
R. Marsh
J. W. Riley
FIBST BALLOT,
L L. Rice
J. 11. Baker 75
W. T. Bascom 63
W. B. Fairchild 13
11. Kirby jrj
N. H. Van Vorhes 33
N. W.Goodhue 25
Oviitt Cole 35
J. A. Moreton 20
SECOND BALLOT.
L L.Rice 83
J. 11. Baker....... i69
W. T. Batcom 48
W. B.Fairchiid
H. Kirby 4
N. II. Van Vorhes 41
OviattCole 3
J. A. Moreton I
N.W. Goodhue 29
There be'iLg no choice, numberof
candidates withdrew, and J, H. Baker
was declared the nominee for Secretary
of State-
The convention next proceeded to
nominate a candidate for Treasurer of
State, which resulted as follows:
FIBST BALLOT.
W. II. Gibsou 149
J.- A. Briggs 81
D, Rhodes 13
A. P. Stone ..90
F. Burr 1
R. Hatten 56
C. Comwell 10
A. L. Browes 9
W- P-Young 10
SECOND BALLOT
W. II. Gibson 207
J. A. Briggs
D. Rhodes 5
A. P. Stcne 137
F. Burr
C. Cronwell-
W. II. Gibson has received a major
ity of all the votes cast, was declared
the nomiuee for Treasurer of State
The convention next proceeded to
nominate a candidate for Attorney Gen
eral, which resulted as follows,
II. E, Riddle
John llutchins,
J. D. Kimball, 300
R M Corwine, 102
W. Windham, 24
11. P L. Babor,
D. B. Evans,
M B. Walker,
Scattering, 10
J. D. Kimball hating received a ma
jority of all the votes cast, was declared
he uomiuee for Attorney General,
The following is the balloting for
member of the Board of Public Works:
riBST BALLOT,
A. G. Conv.-r 90
B. Kggleslon 64
K. Fallet 55
B.Kcklts
5 Howard
6 K. I'rownu
' U. B. Wright 2
A. F. Hatch
J Oiu Cable 66
' A L Frazt-r 39
hccoNU iiallot:
A. G. Corner 199
B. Ej-lestun 47
K. Full is 45
B: Eckles
A. F. Hatch -
J: Cable CO
A. L. Frazer-
A. G. Conver, of Miami, having
received a majority ol all the vo'ts
cast, was declared the nominee for
Member of the Board of Public
Works.
Alter speeches from different mem
bers the Convention adjournedsine
aic.
Democratic Mass Meeting!
FREE SPEECH! FREE MEN!!
LET EVERY BODY COME TO THE
RESCUE!!!
BY reference to the proceedings
the Democratic Central Committee 1
Vinton County, published in this p:
per, it will be seen that a Resolution
was adopted calling a
Democratic mass convention!
Iu ?Ic Arthur, on Suturditjr.ilielih
Uny or August, 1835,
For the purpose of considering the
manner 01 appointing senatorial and
Legislative Delegates, and nominating
a uemocrauc bounty 1 tenet, sc.
Never, in the history of our beloved
country, was there more importance for
UJNli.fcJJ AUTlua, on the part ol
true Democrats, than at the present
time. JNever has your Free Institu,
lions been in more danger of being ef
faced from your Statute Books, by
bigotry and corruption, than at the
present time. Never, before, has your
uovernment been threatened to be
verturned by Secret Political Oath
bound associations! Then let every
Democrat, who value his Liberty,
tarn out! Eminent Speakers have been
lnvuea ana will address the (Jonven
tion.
By order ol the Democratic Central
Committee. K. A. BBATTON,
B. P. Hewitt, Chairman.
Secretary.
HAZEL BARBEE'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Simon Rad
cliff, Administrator of the Estate of
Hazel Larbce, late of the county of Vinton,
deceased, lias filed in the Probata Court of
said county hia accounts, and vouchers for
inspection and final tt ttlernent, and that said
accounts will be passed upon by said Court,
on uie mu uay 01 aususi. a. U, ib55.
B. P. HEWITT,
July20,'55.3w Pro. Judge V. C, O.
WOOL! WOOL 1 1
10,000 lbs ol Wool Wanted
1WSH to buy all the wool I can get, and
will pay the highest market prices.
mav $5, 'D5.-UJ jj. A BRA1T0N.
RECEIPTS,
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Joseph McKinnis, Hamden,
James Peoples . do
Win. B. Wilson do
W. A. Newton do
Collins d Davis do
H. S. Bundy do
John Hughu, McArthur,
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A. liurley do
JameaShry do
D. Boyer, sr., do 2
J.G.Svvetland ' do 2
Wm. Sinclair do 1
Joseph Barker do 1
VossIIuffhines do 1
Ira Buzzle, Lero, New Yoik I
David Riffle, Bl'oer's Store, 1
George A II man do ,
Juo.W. Brooks, jr. do I
James Gregory, jr. do 1
John Bennett do 1
Daniel Vantyle, Prices Pack, 1
00
J. A. Swepstone, Allensville, 1 00
Z. Wells, Wilkesville, 1 00
John Patten (to 1 00
Agrippa Wells" 1 00
James Rice, Dowds Pack, 1 00
J. S. Earhail.Pomeroy, 1 50
Russel Barnes, Prattsvilte, 1 00
Levi Claywell, do 1 00
Wm. S. Wilson, do 1 00
John RadcliiT.Eagle Furnace, 1 00
Geo. Burris, Jackson, 0... 1 00
J. Bloer, Bloer's Pack....... 1 00
James Mullineux, Gallipolis, 1 00
John Mitchel, Easom's Pack, 1 00
Jared Bobo do 60
John Booth, Wilkesville, 2 00
John Eagleberry.Hamden, 1 00
Beuoni Hixon, Gilcspiesville,3 00
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LIST OF LETTEKS
REMAINING IN THE POST OFFICE AT
McArthur, Sunday, July 15th. 1855.
Those calling for letters will please say they
re auveiu&eu,
u in
Brown Mrs CatharincMurdoch Covington
Brown Churl es jr
Murry James
V
Clapole David
Casteel Joshua
Cottrell Andrew
D
Dearth V
E
Edwards D I
Erwiu Owen
V
Farrell Edmond
Frampton Isaac
Fury James M
G
G ready Michael
Gregg George
Gaines Wm
Mathews Phineaa
Magee Samuel
Murphy Michael
More Benjamin
McMullin Mrs Martha
MaCnrthey Eugene
P
PostlethwaiteMissM2
O
O'Brien John
It
Reed Jeremiah
Richards Jacob V 3
Redfern Jeiemiab
"Republican"
8
Sims Nathan
K
II
Steroberger & Shower
Harden Margaret Jane Six Wilson
Hays John
Stwdford & Wing
T
Tom Mrs Catharine
Tucker Mrs Hannah
W
Wilson Wmjr
Westfall D
K
Kaufman Martin
Kysf r John
Keden George
L
Langwood Wm
Lane Miss Clarrissa
J. W. CALDWELL, P. M.
July 20, 1855.
Sheriff's Sale.
tY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN WRIT OF
oam, iiuin ine louri 01 uomtnon Pleas
01 nocaing county and State of Ohio, and
to me directed, I will offer and expose to sale,
oi puunt Aucuon, ai me uoor 01 the Court
nouse 111 vintou county, Uhto, on Wednes
day, the 15th day of August, 1855, between
the hours of 10 o'clock A M. and 4 o'clock
P. M. of said day, the following described
Real Estate, to win Out-lota number thirty,
thirty-one, thirty. two: also. In-lota nnmhor
one uunureu anu twenty-nine and one hund-
cu mm winy, in xne iown 01 McArthur,
county of Vinton and State of Ohio taken
as the property of Joel A. Walden to satisfy
on execution 111 lavor 01 we Logan Branch
iiank. Appraised as follows, to wit : In
ula number m and 130, (1 14 66, each ;
Out-lots number thirty, appraised at 16S Cfi-
number thirty-one at a)194 33, andthirty-two
tu i4 00, anu must sell lor two-thirds of
the appraised value. Wm.TISUE,
IjulyaO l855-5w Sheriff V. C, O.
Washington Union Insu
rance Company.
Office iu Rouse's Block, torn; Supcrlor-St.
nnd Public Square,
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
CAPITAL- - - - $225,000,
T MI1S well known Home Company is pre
X pared, as usual, to take risks on the sa
fer classes of Property. Their means are
ample, and their rates are as reasonable as
those of any sound Company.
rrr no special hazardous or
STEAM RISKS T&KEN.X)
OFFICERS:
D. B. Dunham, President,
Gto. Mvgati, Vice President and
Treasurer,
O. N. Skeels, Secretary,
Geo. B. Senter, General Agent.
DIRECTORS :
Gearge Mygatt, Cleveland,
F. T. Backus, do.
A. S. Sa ml ford, do.
Jacob Perkins, do.
Beujamiu Northrup.do.
Geo. B. Senter, do.
. O. N. Skeels, do.
D. B. Dunham, do,
C. W. Cook, do.
Timothy Baker, Norwalk.
John Clark, Brunswick.
J. P. Robinson. Bedford.
W. M. Poweil. Cleveland, (West side.)
X . AUuriAIU, AO EST,
ljuly20'D5 6mJ McArthur, Ohio.
Sciolo & 11. Y. Railroad.
WANTED imniediately.12,500 Railroad
Ties, for the comoleiion of th Tn.,-1,
from Jackson to Hamden, to be delivered in
the following specified ouantitipunn ih...
erai oecuons named: On Section one 300,
Sec two 600. Sec three 1600: Sec fimr sunn.
Sec five 1900; Sec six 900; Sec eight UOO.and
Sec. 9, 1400; for which the cash will be paid
immediately after delivery, insnectinn anil
"i,l' " engineer. raoposAU will
.MAt....riL. T- '
oe received lor the whole or any part thereof.
Until July UOLD. 1855. All Prnrvw.t. tJ.
uuicokuiu r. o. rrenrn 1 v i.a!,.
1 . r o . .
Jackson county, Ohio, care Isbam House.
" . B. FRENCH d- Co-
NOTICE.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER,
this
SHIP.
1HAVB thta day sold to Westlall,8tewart
d- Co. my eutire interest in the Cincia-
urnace uompany, and an there fore no
longer a partner therein.
vV'lL0."11 reuses, June' 21, 1855. f
julyW 4wj - ' ;oHN BOBBINS
and
MARKETS.
McArthur, July 20.
Apples, D., 2,00
Buttei per lb.. 10
Smoked Using, . 11
" Shoulders, U
" Sides, 9
Brooms, 30
Beans, W. 2,00
Best Coffee, 16
Iron, 5u9
Leather, 18a31
Lard per lb. 8
Molasses pr gal. . 50
Nails, 3d to lOd, Cal'i
Oats, 40
Polatoes, Irish. 125
Peecnes, D., 2.25
Pork prewt.... 4,00
Sugar N. O., 10
" Loaf, 15
Candles, 20
Cheese, 15
Cloverseed 60G
Corn G5
Egos pel doz S
Crushed,- lOali
Salt, per bbl 3,50
" Table, pr Sack, -37
Soap per lb 3a5
Teas, Y. H. ' 75
" Imperial $100
Flour per hun. 4,00
Flour ,per bbl
Flax Seed
Feather8,..
Fish, White,.
" Mackerel,
$8,00
...75
...40
8
6dlO
Tallow, 12
Wheat per bu. 1,50
VYoolirlb-...20a50
Hides
...
4
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED BY
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
POBTSMO
oth, July 20, 1855.
Apples, Dried 275
" Loaf
Brooms prdoa &2o50
" Crubhed.. 10
Bacon Hams per lb, 9 J
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 45
" Shoulder 10
leas, loose in packs,
' Sides
" Y.H.,lb. 45a60
" lmper'l,.&5a65
Beans, W. per bu. 3,00
s.ndles, mould.. 15
Star 24
" Guno'wdei 65
Tobacco 1&K.. cav.25
Cotton Yarns-.... 181
m tiT 1 1 i. r- .
a. cav... 20a30
Oil, Lard ureal... 80
Coffee, Rio-. 11 J
Oil, Linseed "... 100
Oatspr, bu. 50
i-ioverseed,. 6.0t
Flour pi bbl fc'j
Peaches,Dried... 2,00
Potatoes, Irish.. 125
r eat hers pr lb 45
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,00
Fish, Cod prlb..... 5
Saleratuspr lb... 5a5J
tallow pt lb..... 1
" Mackerel $12u2l
Tar prbbl 5,50
Lard pr lb y
Molasses, N. 0. gal. 35
" S. H. 40
" G. S. " 50
limothy seed, 83 00
Wheat pr bu..... 1,5q
Whiskey, Common 3(j
" Mon'hala, 6q
" Rye,....eo
Nails,.. 10to8d 111 3
Sugar N. 0.....6Ja7
MASONIC.
Helta Lodge, No.
207, of Free and Ac
cepted Masons, holds
a regularCommunication at McArthur. Vin
ton county, Ohio, every Saturday evening on,
vi precming eacn 11111 moon.
E. A. Bhatton, Sec'y.
mineral Lodge, No -, holds a reg
ular Communication at Hamden. Vintnn rn
0.,ev!ry Thursday evening on, or preceding
each full moon. D. D. T, Habd, Soc'y.
piplmii's Friend Lodge, V. D.,
holds a regular Communication at Wilkes
ville, Vinton county. Ohio, every Saturday
evening on, or preceding each full moon.
II. H. Bishop, Sec'y.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY virtue of a certain Execution to me di
rected.from the Court of Common Pleas,
within and for the count of Vintnn nM,.
I will offer and expose to sale, at Public Auc-'
tion, at the door of the Court Ho iirp. in Bfli1
county of Vinton, on Saturday, the llthday
of August, 1855, between the hours of 10 o'
clock, A. M.. and 4 o'clock. P. i nt ..;,!
day, the following described property, to wif
lu-lou. Nos. 6 7, 8, 9, 22, 23, 24 and 3 1 ; al
so: Out-lots Nos. 1,2, 6, 9 and 10. Afore
said lots are all situated in the town of Trotts
ville, in said Vinton county, designated as
iam oui ana recorded in the n ut nf .;,i tn..-n.
aud taken as the property of P. J. Crawford
and John Wagoner, to satisfy au Execution
in favor of Samuel S. Hard :
Uut-LotNo. 1, appraised at $78,33
2,
6.
140,00
325,00
30,00
9.
10.
31,
22,
23,
24,
e,
7.
8,
30.00
In-Lot
150,00
22,00
20.00
533,33
21.33
21,33
21,33
28,33
And must sell lor two.thinls nf d .rn.L:,i
" WM TIKITR
- .....Uw v. HIUItOBlU
July 6,'55-5w SherifV. C, O.
M'ARTHUR DEMOCRAT OFFICE
For Sale.
I WILL SELL THE DEMOCRAT OFFICE
low, for Cash, or one half cash, balance on
unie, oi a lair price. Mr ipunm tn.
the Press for Sale art because I have not time
to give the pa net that ttin
lecting other business I am engaged in, I hat
.(.viuiuu, oi me present Umnpaign de
mands. The prospects of the office are good
our county is improving and increasing In
population rapidly, and is rcliabh Dtmotrat.
tC. In lact. for a nlensanr lui.;nn rn. . ....
uernan with a family, that would
manent location with n.
b&ve OlTei holds Out indiif-pn-Pnlo nnt c.
passed in the State. None but a 'Democrat
ueeu appiy E. A, BRATTON.
July 6, 1855.
C. r. TRACT.
7. J. OAK 8.
C. P. TRACY & CO.,
Manyfacturert and Wholesale
DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
LEATHER AND. FINDINGS.
One door below P. Kinney k Co' Bank,
Front Strut, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 27, 1855. ly.
DRUG STORE.
GEO. II. WILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
SEALER IN
DRICS, CHEMICALS, PALMS,
varnish, dtes.pvre essential
ivo 1 n LMt.a T A. BR USH
ES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
ANATOMICAL PREPARA-'
TIOAS,
rancy Ariiciet, JJrvggitta' Shop Fur
iir,trias Ware.Windoie Glass,
Alcohol, de., d-e., d-c.
MAIN 8TREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
IJESPECTFULLY
J-l informs his friends
and the public, that be is
now opening a large and
superior stock of ihtigs,
dc, that have been selec
ted with jiersonal care for
market.
Phtsiciabs and customers, will find n,
Frugs of the best quality, all of which we
111 sen ai uie lowesi prices.
I AM ALSO AGENT -
For all kinds of Patent Medicines, Englieh,
French SDd German Herbs 'Tobarrn r;0.
a fine assortment of Soaps, Extracts and
Fure Wines. Mm 15, 1855.-tf.
is
by
for
of
of
a
PA TRICK D. McKISNIS' EST A TE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been appointed and qualitird
aa Administratrix of the Estate of Patrick
D. MtKinn'w, late of the Counlrof Vinton,
deceased. SAMIKA G. McKlNNlSS.
July t3-3w
JAMES
ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been appointed and duly qual
ified Executor of the last Will and Testamen
0: James McConnel, late of the County
Vinton, deceased. PATRICK MURDOCH.
Juiy to ow
Salt of Real Estats by Order of Court
BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed
from the Probate Court, within and for
the county of Vioton, and State of Ohio
1 will on the 28th day of Julr. A. D.
1855, balween the hours of one and two
o'clock P. M.,of said day, at lbs doo
of the Court House, in the town of Mc
Arthur, and county of Vinton, offer fo
sale at public auction, the interest of
Clarisa Salts, George Salts, Thomas
Salts, Rebeca Salts and Andrew Salts
(bring five equal undivided sixth parts.
in and to the following real estate ait
uate in said county of Viuton. to wit
The west half of the south cast quaiter
01 section numoer lour, township nurn
btr ten, of range number seventeen, ex
Lcpi uuui iwo ana one-nail acres
tieretolore conveyed by Edward Salts
senr., to Patrick Murdock, and abou
lour acres sold to the Manilla & Cin
Rarlroad Co., as and for a right of 'way
said interest in said premises has
been ippraised (Iree from tie iocum
brance of dower,) at twinty-two hun
dred and five dollars, and must sell for
at least two thirds that sum, on th
following terms: One third of the pur
cnass money in hand and the residue
111 two equal annual payments with In
terest from the day of sale. The other
undivided sixth part of the premises
win ue sold at the same time and place,
ana on tne same terms.
MATILDA SALTS, Guardian, of
Clarisa Salts, Geo. Salts,
Thos. Salts, Rebeca Salts,
ud Andrew Salts,
juue 29 55 4v.J
SALE OF REAL ESTATE BY ORDER OP COURT,
BY virtue of au orderof sale to medirected
from Uie Probate Court, within and for
toe county of Viuton, and State of Ohio,
I will on the 28lh day of July. A. D..
1855, between the hours of one aud two
o'clock P. Al of said oay, at the door
of the Court House, intownofMcAr
tbur, and county of Vinton; offer and ex
post to sale at public auction, the in
terest of John Salts, f being onaeaual
undivided sixth part,) in and to the
following real estate, situate in aaid
county of Viuton, to wit : The West
hall of the South East quarter of Section
Number Four, Township Number Ten
01 nange ituuiDer Seveuteeo, except
about two and one-half acies heretofore
conveyed by Edward Salts senr., to
Patrick Murdock, and about four acres
sold to the Marietta & Cincinnati Rail
Road Company, as and for a right of
wy.
Said icterest in said premises has been
appri8ea (tree from the incumbrance
ot dower) at four hundred and fortv
one dollars, and must se 11 for at least
two thirds that sum on the following
lerins : una tnird of the purchase mo
ney in hand, and the residue in two
equal annual payments with interest
from the day of sale. The residue of
said premises will be sold at the same
time aud place, aud on the same terms.
JOHN R. NEWTON. Guardian,
of JOHN SALTS.
June 29, 1855 4w.
THE STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO., SS.
JamesRobbins,PltffOAttBchment
Charles Magee, Deft. 3
Civil Action,
THE said defendant, Charles Magee.
will take notice, that the plaintiff,
James Robbins, on the22d day of June,
1855, caused au order of attachment to
be issued by J. W. Swepston, a Justice
of the Peace in and for said county of
Vinton, against the goods, . chatties,
slocks, interest in stocks, rights, cred
its, moueys and effects of the said de
fendant, a non-resident of said county of
Vinton, to satisfy the claim of the said
plaintiff for thirty-three dollars and fif
cents, and costs of suit; and that said
cause has been continued for hearine bv
said Justice. until the 7th day of August.
A. D., 1855, at 1 o'clock A.M.,ofsaid
dajr. E. A. BRATTON.
Atty. for pltff.
June 29, 1655 3w.
Suit of Real Estatt by Lrder of Court,
ON the 28th day of July, A. D., 1855,
between the hours of one and two
o'clock P. M., of said day, I shall offer
for sale at public auction on the pie ra
ises in Jackson Township, the interest
John A. Moore, being one equal undi
vided ninth part in and to the follow
ing premises to wit: Tne south west
quarter of the north east quarter of sec
uou o. v, township Ho. 10, range No
10, Vinton county, Ohio. Said interest
appraised subject to dower at 427.57
and must sell for at least two thirds that
sum, ou the following terms, to wit:-.
une inird in baud, aud the balance in
two equal annual payments, with inter
est. HANNAH MOORE. Guardian '
of Johu A. Moore.
June 29, 18554 w.
TUB STATE OF U1IIC, I1XTM COl'STY, SS.
Edward F. Bingham, plntflT., )
against In Attacth
William Walden, defendant. ) ment.
tin. oeiendant will take notice, that
the plaintiff in the above case, on
tne utn day of June, A. D.. 1855. cam-
d an order of attachment to be issued
J. w. Swepston. Justice of the Peae
Elk Tewnshin, Vinton County. Ohio.
against tne goods, chatties, stocks, in
terest In stocks, rights, credits, monevs.
and effects of said defendant a non resi
dent of said county, to satisfy the claim
the said plaintiff, far
with interest thereon from the 11th da
Angust, A. D., 1852, and fifteen dol-
rs the probable costs of suit: and thai
cause haa been continued for sr
vice on said defendant, and will ba foi
bearing before said Justice, at bis office
McArthur, in said townshin. on tha
day of AuauBt. A. D.I 1855. at 10
o'clock, A. M.a of said day. Mast afore-
said. EDWAED F. BINGHAM. -
June 33, 18655.
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R, LLOYD &
UHOLESALKTBOOT AND SHOE
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK. FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
HAVE just received their extensive FALLSTOCK. consisting of all thatast itjleaan4
fashions, Our stock having beea purchad direct from the manufacturers, principally
for cash, with great care iu the selection of .quality nn sues adapted to the Western trade, w
are enabled to offcr'Superior Inducements this Fail; and are determined not to ba undersgiU
byany regularhou.se either in New York. Philadelphia or Baltimore. 1
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots and Shut will ba found a large and well irtuc
tedstockof HATS AND CAPS,
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade. . Merchants aud Furnace Owners vbjiting out oily,
are invited to call aud examine for themm'ves.
TO THE LADIES. '
We are now manufacturing a superior article of Ladies' and Misses' GaiUrs, Buskits and
Slippers. Having procured some of the best workmen in the West, we are prepared to sap
pi t Ihose who v. aut custom work. , ; .
LEATHER.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather, 12.00 lbs. No. I White SoU Leather, Ifl Xea
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawford's Skins, 10 dozen Kip Skins. Vpptr leather and Shs
Findings always on hand and for sale at the lowest market price.
January 20. 1851. ly.
CO.
WAHEHOUbE.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
SCIOTO AND HOCKING VLLEY
RAILROAD.
&S1
CHANGE OF TIME.
Trains will run as follows, to wit:
Tram No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clock A. M. and arrive at Jackson at 12
0 clock M. Returning leave Jackson at ii
o'clock P, M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 3
o'clock P. M.
Train No. 2 leave Jackson at 71 o'clock A.
M. und arrive at Portsmouth at 1 1 o'clock A.
M. Returninit leave Portsmouth at 21 P. M.
and arrive at Jackson al 6 o'clock P. M.
1 rains stop ostly for nassencers at the fol
lowing stations, to wit: Sciotoville, Webster,
Washington and Gallia Stations. Portland.
Cross Roads and Irwin's Station.
J. W. WEBB, Superintendent.
June 13, oa. xc-lt. i
COACH &
NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER yCTTl
IS
UJ.. 1 A .1. .
- ....... . .
Coaches will run regularly between McAr-
muranu uyer s station; as follows :
Leave McArthur at 5 o'clock. A. M ' ...
ing through Haradco 61, arrive at Byer's at
9 A. M. '
Returnine, leave Brers' at 5 v
sing through Hamden 6J, P.. M.; arHve at
McArtliuratB.P. M- connecting with the
Marietta & Cincinnati R. R. . to mi rmm
Chillicothe.
A Daily Coach will leave McArthur every
morning for Albany.Pome.oy, Athens. Hock
ing Port, Parkersburg and Marietta.
uoe isi, oa. 11. . h. t. HOYT.
BOOTS g SHOES.
JUS,T received the largest and best selection
of Boots and Shoes evr .,nno,l in tl.u
t - - . vK. ln,u ... v., IV
a, ' . ! P . -
iioinci, lunsibling Ol
uents. iSnamcled Brocans
Calf '
" Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" Morrocco Slipjiers,
" French Calf Boots, .
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots,
" Goat
Sewed "
Laced Gaiters.
" Patent Leather "
' Enameled Jenney Lind's,
" Patent Sea Buskin.,
" Fancy Enameled "
" " Slippers.
Childrens' Kid Laced Boots,
" Fancy "
" Roan "
" Kid Peg
" Enameled "
" Goat " "
" Fancy " "
Misses Kid Slippers,
" Fancy Laced Bootn.
lorether with eve:v varietv nt iwwa
oiiucb, 01 mens-, womens' and childrens
01 -r ft w . . i
wear, at tne lowest prices, at
BRATTON S.
Marietta & Cincinnati R. R.
twu Daily Truius between Chillicothe
. and Cincinnati. Unm fliMi
o o ciock a. m.. and reach C mr nnati t it
'clock, a. m. Leaves Chillimih mill n
clock, a. di., and reaches Cincinnati at 5 : 40
r. w.
Returning, leaves Cincinnati ot 9 o'clock
in., and reach Chillii nth? n 3 p m
- - " .w a . 4.4,
Leaves Cincinnati at 3:20 P.M. and reach
Chillicothe at 8:2: P. M.
JOHN WADDLE,
April 6. 1855. tf. Superintendent.
O. SWETLAVD .B, c. COGSWtLL
BOOT & SU0E STORE,
lxVi9
MAN'UFHTOH.
SWETLAND & COGSWELL
Opposite the McArthur House ;
RETURN their sincere thanks to their
numerous friends and customers, for
the very liberal patronage extended to them
in the past season, and take pleasure in an
nouncing that they are now receiving at their
Boot and Shoe Depot the largest ana best se
lected Slock of
Boots k Shoes
Ever brought to McArthurj consistine
in part of , . . .
GEMTLEMENS' boots a eunre
Gents.Buckskin Gaiters Gtnts.Congress Ga'it
ers,Genu Fancy Shoes.Gents Oxford Pumps.
Gents Enameled Nulifcers, Gents Enameled
Congress Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather Kid
Top Prince Albert's, Gents Patent Lesther,
Drab Cloth. Kid top, Prince Albert's; Gents
Jersey Buckskin Shoes, Gents Opera Slippers;
tocelher with everv variiv nf vna
Coarse calf skin, Kip and Murocco Boots aud
onoes. Also. Ladies Bonn mn .
. " wuuu ,
""o in uaut-r doois, Lddiea enamel
ed Jenny Lind's R. R., Ladies' Morocco Jen-
uy iiiua s ii. K., Lilies Congress Gaiters
Ladies Fancy Jeuur Liiul Shoes. A IM1 aii
amelled Morocco " Shoes. Ladies' Vift.
rancy onoes .Ladies raucv Ton Rnnt. i..
dies' Fancy Buskins, bronzed lopa, Ladies'
lilue Uaiu, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Also: Mwses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid
duois aim Uailers. Misses Fa nr.
uouciB, imsses enameled fancy Boots: also
I i t fl ronn V) ft cl - .t.i i . . '
.m.,u.v.I3 iwiiiug oiiues, wnuorens call,
lxed. Shoes. Childrens' Funpr shnoc rh;i '
dreus Fancy Gaiters, ami erery other variety
Ladies, raises andchildreus vvesr, Fine
sua Marse.
We have any number of Workmen" en
Raiied, that is necessary, and aie mvnamt m
orders at the shortest notice. ; ;
rrr"All of our Goods will be sold al nVii
that will give satisfaction. Call and ex-
mineror yourselves-
J. R. WHITTEMORE-:
HAS now an assortment of Wall Paper,
Borders, Window Curtains, and Fire
Screens, that can hardly be surpassed in the
wesu rriceaiow. u. i union ciocx,
mayl8.56.i -. .- -i Chillicothe, Ohio.';
JOB W OHK. of every descriotion ricatlv
for
buy
-
-CX
of
ciecuted, at this USice.
Mi DAVIS,
DEA1EE IN CHT OOODB AMD OUmVCI.
J OULD beg leave to announce to bia
v v numerous customer! and the public
generally, that he is now in receipt of hie
spriiis; and Sumsncr Ooawfa at his
store in the west part of his new blook, oa
Water Street, Chillicothe. From the lone;
experience he baa had in business, and the lib
eral patronage heretofore extended to faint,
which has enabled him to purchase goods for
cash only, be flatters himself that he can sell
bis goods at lower prices than be has ever
done before, and is confident that he can con
pete with ant honest dealer west of the moun
tains. His furnishing goods are complete,
and can fit out a customer to ecery article
required. His clothing department "cannot
be excelled, as to neatness of fit, durability
of wear and strength of sewing. His goods
are selected by himself from the beat European
and American manufactories, with great cart
and attention and warranted all sound. .
These goods he will sell al ten per oent
lower thaiiany other man in the cityof Coil,
licothe. Call and see for yourselves, and ba
convinced by ocular demonstration.
COAL, COAL.
P. S. He would also beg leave to annouaoe
to the citizens of Chillicothe, Monroe, Leea
burgh, Lexington, Martinsville and adjoin
iug towns, that he has a regulur line of boats
ruuning to tlie coal mines, and that he ia
ready to contract for good Hocking serene
coal at market prices, a id that he will delir.
tr coal to any of the above stations on the
Railroad by sending their orders by mail.
He will also have a supply of Jackson ana"
always ou hand.
iaauc turn iui oiacHsmiiaing purposes
may 11 '55 3mo.
JAMES McGILLIYMY,
MAIN STrtEET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
SADDLE iSD MaEMiSS MAM'FACTCBEB, ..
At hianMRtani! nppn.ln J " D. WUI'J,
UrarJiUTFULLYinA
forms his numerousjft
Customers and the public, eenenll
tliat lie is now prepared to suddIv all Hm.nj
in the way of Suddlcs- Buggy, Coach, an
Team HarncsajCoiors.TViipa and Spaira,
and every other article connected with the
Trade; all Manufactured out of the best Ma
terials, and by the best of Workmen. Call
end examine Vork and Trices, before yet
purchase elsewhere.
(O" HIDES, &c, taken in exchanga for'
work, at the highest Market prices.
J. K. tl D. WILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ItEALEg 13
DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES.
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
UATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, PRODUCE,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
Main Street, McArthur, Ohio.
mayl8,'55.ly.
BOOKS! BOOKS!!
. A. BB.1TT0-Y,
ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Tin
ton county, that he has just received a
new stock of Books and Stationary, clnsistinr
in part of
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from SI 50 U
$5 00,
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Bound in Morocco, gilt and common kind-ig-
Weems' Life of Washiuc-ton,
' " Frakklik.
" " Mahioji.
Life of Daniel Boors,
" " Black Hawk,
" " Tecumskach.
Shakespeab's works complete.
Bvron's "
Life of P. T. Babnum.
Db Aubione's History of the Reformatioa.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF KnowLtoas,
Rimaldo Rinaldisa, a Romance.
Hale's History ol the United States.
Grimshaw's History of the United States.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale.
MASONIC W RK&
The Craftsman, the Light of the Temple,
and Meloddies for the Craft, containing an '
excellent selection ol Hymns and Odes' suita
ble for evry occasion.
SONG BOOKS.
The American Songster, Parlor Songster, ' ,
Exile of Erin, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro
Songs, and a variety of other Song Boone. '
Moral and Instructive storybooks forchil- '
dren, Pictorial Toy Books for children.of every
description. '
. BLANK BOOKS.
Justices' Dockets. Legers and Day Booka.
bouud in leather and half binding, ot all sixes. ,
STATIONARY.
Best Cap Paper, Blue Post Letter Paper,
Commercial Note Parter. Bill P lcn i,,v .
Q.,:i'o e.i "o 1 V
"a, icus, oana noxes, inkstanda.
Wafers. Writing Sand, and Stationary of
every kind, all of which will be sold at tha '
lowest figures, for cash. mav4 '55. tf
ARTIST'S MATERIALS. . . '
OF every description furnished at sbx)rt or- '
ders aud fair prices. A large supply ol
Phintsand Brushes for Portrait Laidscape .
Puinlers, Toy Paints and Best Water Colors ;
hand. J. R. WU1TTEMORE,
mayl8, 55. Second st., Chillicothe. O. - I
ACCOUNT BOOKS! -
HAVING a large Slock of Day Booka, ,
Journals and Ledgers, made of excel- '
lent paper and bound well in sheep, with '
Morocco or Russian bauila. 1 will cell them - a
a few mouths at P
Low! . ' "
Those in want of Blank na t n,i".T. '
for use or to sell again can have bargaUs
will sutUfy themselves and suit tht times. ,
This m Saying a good deal f mean hat I v
y. J. R. WHITTEMOREi
No, I, Union Block, Second st . -Chillicotih,
Ohio. mayia"6 -'
fL 093 VV"'V
1
IVcw Books,
A . KD Mhet Goodi in his line of BusfneU f
are received bv Express almost evevy j
week from Boston. New YorV.nttK r.;r..V !t
r.t
; 'i J
the West, by J.R.WH1TTBMORE.
my 10,-w. sTORj Stt Chillleoiijfi o

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