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AYER'S
Ire cnring the Sick to an extent never
before known of any Medicine.
. INVALIDS. READ AND JDCGB FOR T0URS5LTE3
JULES HAUEL, tu tha .U know. p.rfun,.,. of
a bund at aliuoat av.rv t,.!,! y, . F"ucu
"I m hainiv bi n ..f '.... r. ' " ..
lucid, with m in beli.vinf tun ow. no,- .iir,di.
Tbjf ar. not an .Actual bu ..r. and i Ja
l. J. C. Ata Sir : I liar, lata, your Pill. lth
Bi. la tin aurlnt
a r I ."an ov.riakaa
1 aav. a..d your Cli.rrv lVcior.1 m.i,. ,,, iB
fcroily for cojmln.nd cold, with unf.il.,,.' .ukm. Yoi
U. u..d:iu. wbicli ., ,d I f ft . plaaaiiri
"m jour ruM cutei wi
woiai.ua you lot III. food you 111 v. dou. ud r. doui.."
V P1"?." ' ""in my tp.t,mouy to th
Jfflccy of your modini,.. L.viug .l.riv.U v.ry u.i.riil
fcn.li frmtliau.aof both your P.ctor.l ,.d C.tlutrti.
filla, I ui n.ver without tii.rn In my family, not .11.11 1
atr.rcoua.ut to Im, wliil. my m.iu. will procur tli.m."
J wonh.'l'. 5rj5i ? 8- m VH. Wt.
U.vini u.id yHir Cavm.Ttc Piuj. In my prartl, I
nif from .ip.ri.iir., that m.y ... an lnv.lu.bi. pur-
In urn of uirrier.d function, of th. liv.r.
otu.iiif h.i.l.ich., lridifctn, coottv.a.M, and tlw treat
vari.ty of liww. Uiat Julio, ih.y .,. . ,, ,,.
Ibu uiy olhM. In ail cue. wlwi. puraiiv. remedy
la ruird, I confidently rrcoinni.nd the.. Pill, to the
public, a .uperior to any other 1 liava rar fcund. TU.
5fr,u" 'Z1 l,",i". nd perfectly aafe, qu.litiea
wlilclt m.k. Ilieru au invaiu.hl inlrle for public uw. I
Lav. ftn many year, known your Cimy Puunl m th.
Ho.1 ton. Ii medicine in th. world, and then. Pill. ar. in
r..tat of dL"' tnpiUioa '
n. I o a ' n " AV. DS, 1853.
"I. J. G , Ar.i-Drar Blrt I hav. been .(Hicted
frnm my birtb with Krofula in iu wont form, and now.
Iter twenty year.' trial and an untold of amount of ,ui
if V fc"! "rP1'1 I" ' week, by
li l ' V".'' w.h,t '""" "f "J"iel" I writ., ...
7 u i,n" wo'" juu realii. what 1 uave auUered.
.J14 oow loaf. '
" Nvf utU now hiv. I been free fmm thl. Inatheom
' "O"" Jwp. At time. It .Hacked my .y,
ad made m. lin.i blind, be.ide. th. unendurable
pamj at other, it Milled in tin aralp of my head, and
"5,"V"U "' ept in. partly Mid all my
a i wmetime. ft came out in my fac. and kent it lot
i out in my fac, and kept it lor
innui. . raw ore.
" Aboilt llllia week, am I n.nwn.n-. .1 ..li.. .. rt.
thank Pill., and now am entirely free from the complaint.
m1 )' ; I, niy .kin U fuir, and my hair ha. com.
anweed . luulthy growth) .11 of which luakei bi. feel
tuready a new permtn,
Hopini HiU atatement may be th. meana of eonnrlnf
loforniaunn that .hull do fond to olli.r., I aiu, wall .'very
MiiUiueut of (ratitude, Your., fcc, ' '
. , , MARIA RICKER."
tn!. ." BnWB !' ,1,n named Maria Ricker liom her
tuidiiood, and her atatement in atrictly true.
ANDREW j. MEKERVE,
OrerM.r or ill. rortiiuouth Manufacturini Co."
Cajr. JOKI. PRATT, of th. .hip Marion, write, from
. Bmtnn.dltli Auril. IHMt
44 Your Pill. hav. cured m. from a bilinu. attack which
rt iroin deranceniem of th. IJv.r, which had hecoui.
ch had beenm.
r mii-1l 1
mwiw muHiifc i uau laiieu ot any relief by niyTuyt
i"'in vtiiv remour i conia irv. Din tmw ii.u
"a, coiiipieuiiy reHtured me to health. I hav.
i.n them to my children for worma, with th. bwit
J?" V',yJw'r Vonipily cured. I recommended
vnm to a friend for cmtivenew, which had troubled him
fnr momb. ; lie hild m. in . few day. they had cured him.
Tou make th. Ut uiedicin. in the world, and I au fiM
w aay eo." v.
d this from th. dlitinmilohed Pollfltorof Hie Suptem.
Conn, wlwe. hrilluut abilitie. hav. mad. him well
lno n, not only in thi. but the neighboring 81 ilea.
.. ... . , 'VA Orlemiu, ilk JprU, IBM.
' nirr I hav. neat iratiractini in ..,..!,,. o... ...
elf and family bar. been very aiuch benefited by your
aiedirinM. My wife wa. cured two year, aince, of .
tMrer. anij dangcroua cough, by ynnr Ch...v P.cToaai,
and einr. then ha. enjoyed perfect liealth. Wy children
Uv. .ereral time, been tured from attack, or the Inllu.
mu .nd Croup by it. It U an Invaluable remedy for
thea eomplainte; Your Citka.tiu I'ilu hav. entirely
runt me from a dyapepaia and cotivene, which ha.
pnwa upon nie lor eome year., indeed thi. cure I. mtirll
nnt imjiortaiit, from the fact that I had failed to get relief
from I he bet Phy.iciana which thiaaection of thecountrr
afr.iMa.and from any of the niiniernii. remrdie. I had taken.
" ou aeem to u, DocU, lik a providential bleuing to
tr fcmily, and you may well .appose w. ar. not unmind
ful of it. Your. reiiectfullv,
LEAV1TT TIIAXTER."
" Jim Chmhrr,Jkit, April ilk, 1854.
' D. J. C. Aria Honored Sir : I have mad. a thor
igh trial of th Cithiitic Piuj, left m. by your agent,
and have been cured hytheinnf the drendful llheuinaliim
tinder which he lounrt m. luflbriug. The Aral dona re
lieved me, and a few auheg,ii.nt done. hav. .ntirtly
removed Hie die.ae, I feel in belter health now than for
om yean before, which 1 attribute entirely to the, effect,
of your Climatic Tau. Your, with great reaped,
Lt'CIUd 0. METCALF."
Th. almve an .11 from penon. who ar. publicly know,
wher. Ui.v teaids, and who would not make thee, atata
eaie wiihout a thorough conviction that they wer. tru.
Prepared bjr J. C. AYER,
rraetical ud Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Kae.
Sold by GEO. U. W ILL anil E. A. BIUT
TON, McArlliur, 0.; J. Vorlie?, Abinv; R.
Ctilnw, Uigan; l)r, J. H. C. Miller, Jackson
C. H., end by Dealers in Medicines eterv
here. (juiy 27,'5,r)-4mo.
mmm house
And Singe Olficc,
MAIN STREET,
opposite the post ofpice,
McAUTHUR, OHIO,
JOS. KALER,
T)ASSENGEKS who stop at this House.
J. can take the Coach every morning lor
irfBiiiicou.e, to liver s Mulion, llience by Kail
Road; albo, every morning for Athens, and
other points South and Last.
He proprietor assures all who favor him
with a rail, thnt no menus will be snared to
make thetn comfortable Bnd at Charges lo
suit the times. july 27,'55,
1)OAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby giv-
"
cn, that a Petition will be presented' at
the next K6sion of the County Commission,
ers, within and for the county of Vinton, O.,
praying for an order of Suivey, View and an
.alteration and location (if fouud to be a good
route) of a County Road, within said toun
1y, commencing for the same at the bridge,
near the home of Jacob Aiikroin, in Juckeou
townkhip, thence along the McArthur Road
to the corner of said Jacob Aukrom's meadow;
thence on the South side of the road leading
to McArthur; thence Eastwardly to a Sugar
tree, on the land ol James McMichel, near
.the corner of his field at the Township road;
thence along the East side of the hollow,
through the land of Isaac Wyscarver; thence
through said McMichel's land to a green tree
on the land formerly owned by Jacob Lutz;
thence up the left hand side of the hollow to
near John Clawson's spring; thence to a white
Oak tree, at the end of said Clowson's lane;
thence to John Hawk's fence, and along said
fance to intersect the road leading from Lo
cust Grove to McArthur, and there to end;
end that Eaid part of said first mentioned
McArthur road be vacated.
july27 4w) Mast rETiTioirsits:
THOMAS A. GREEN'S ESTATE.
Notice is bebebt gives, lhat Chas. Brown,
Administrator of the Estate of Thos.
A. Green, deceased, has filed his accounts
nd vouchers, in the Probate Court of Vin
ton county, Ohio, for inspection and final
settlement, and that the same will be passed
upon by said Court, on the 18th day of Au
gust, lb55. B. P. HEWITT.
july 27 3w Pro. Judge V. co,
The undersigned has been
duly
appoirried and qualified as Receiver of
moneys from all those indebted to the late
firmof Fultz dcHard, of ih'e "McArthur
Herald." AU those knowing themselves in
debted to the raid firm for Subscription, Job
Work or Advertising, are requested to call on
the subscriber, McArthur, Ohio, and settle
the sarne within 30 days from date hereof, and
save costs, or their accounts will be left with
the proper officers for col lection, without any
cceptions. ; J. ;W. SVVEPSTON,
Ijuly27lw1 ,
ATTENTION, EVERYBODY.
A Cents per lb. paid for Bags, and cannot
for Bags, andcanm
Call it J)sattov's.
Maetjialt tnpugw
-' 1 r
MARKETS.
McArthur, July 27.
..5utt
18(131
3
Apples, D..
Biiitei p-r lb..
Sinukftl Hams,-.
" Slioulilfrs,
" Sides,....
Prootns.
Beans, W.
IWst Cofl'ee,
Candles,
Cltrese,
Cloverseed
Com. .
Kggs pel dot-
Flour otihun.
AOOron,
I0jlcailir,
' 11 ILard per lb...
4) , Mulufse. n hbI.
50
0Ndils.3dtolUd, 6ul0
30 1 Outs, 40
2,00 1 Potatoes. Irish. 60
l4Pcaciiea, D., 2.00
20 Pork pr cwt . 4,00
12 Sugar N. 0., 10
COf. Loaf, ID
C5 , Ciulied,. 10ol2
b!Slt, ii bbl-- -3.50
4,001 " Table, in Sack. -37
Flour ,jier bbl
FUx Seed
Feathers,
Fish, White,...
' Mackerel,..
Hides
66,00 Soap per lb 3;
75jTeas,Y. II. 75
40 " linperia 1100
8Tallow. 12
6o 10; W heat per bu. 1,00
4iWoolirlb....20u50
Portsmouth Price
CORRECTED
BUSKIRK, & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block.
Porthmo
cm, July , 7, 1855
Apples, Dried.... ;7&
Brooms prdoa &-'u50
" Loaf 0
' Crushed-. 10
Bncou Hums per lb, DJ
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 45
Shoulder " 10
leas, loose n iu packs,
" Sides '
" Y. 11., lb. 45uG0
Imper'l,-55u0r)
Beans, W, per bn. 3,00
Cu mites, mould. 15
" Qunp'wder 65
" Star 21
Cotton Yarns- 164
robacro M&K. tav.25
" Va. cav... 20u30
Cheese, W. It. lb.6a'.i
Oil, Lard pr eal,. . bO
Cotlce, Bio-. UJ
Oil, Linseed " 100
Cloverseed,. 60C
Oatspr, bu. 50
Pfaches,Dried... 2,00
Potatoes, Irish.. 125
Flour pi bbl
leathers pr lb.-. . 4-r
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,00
SMeratuspr lb... fufJ
Tallow pi lb.... II
Car pr bbl. 5,50
Timothy seed, $3 00
bish, Cod iirlb..... C
" Mackerel Isl2u2l
Laid in lb... it
MuluHges. N. O. eal. 35
wneutpr bu..... 1,50
Whiskey, Common 3o
Mon'halu, 50
Rye, ...,60
S. II. " 40
" O.tJ. 50
Nails. 10 to 8d ftlj
Sugar N. 0.-...6Ja7
MASONIU.
.VirPclta I.oilge, No.
a? Died Masotia. luiliU
i regularCommunication at McArthur, Vin
ton county, Ohio, evety Saturday evening on,
or preceding each full moon.
h. A. liHATTON, Sec y.
in literal Lodtfc, No. , holds a reg
ular Communication at llamden. Vinton rn
0., evry Thursday erenine on. or nrpce.linn
each full moon. D. D. T. Hard. Scc'v.
af -
Orphnn'it Friend I.nriiro. ir. i.
holds a reotiliir Comnitiniratioii at WiltiP..
ville, V in tou county, Ohio, every Saturday
truing un, or lueteuing eocn lull moon.
I, 11.
Bishop, Sec'y.
Democratic Mass Heeling!
free speech! free hek!!
LET EVERY BODY C01IETO THE
RESCUE!!!
BY relerence to the proceedings ol
the Democratic Central Committee of
Vinton County, published in this pa
per, it will be seen that a Resolution
was adopted, calling a
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION!
In j'IcAi triiir, on Saturdiiy, the lib
dny of AuguM, 1835,
For the purpose of considering the
manner ol appointing Senatorial Bnd
Legislative Delegates, and nominating
Democratic County Ticket, &c.
Never, in the history of our beloved
rountry, was there more importance for
UNITED ACTION, on the part of
true Democrats, than at the present
time. Never has your Free lnstitu
tions been in more danger of being ef
faced from your Statute Books, by
hitjotry and corruption, than at the
present time. Never, before, has your
Government been threatened -to be
everturned by Secret Political Oath
bound associations! Then let every
Democrat, who values his Liberty,
turn out! Eminent Speakers have been
invited ana will iddress the Conven
tion.
By order ot the Democratic Central
Committee. E. A.'BRATTON,
B. P. Hewitt, Chairman.
Secretary.
School Hooks.
McCUFFEY'S SERIES COMPLEE.
SPELLERS, First, Second, Third Fourth
kj and t lftb Readers. The Heman's Young
Tineo's Primary Gramme r,
' Analytical
" Enelisli Teacher.
Ray'sArethmatic. Parts First. Second and
1 hird, Kay s Algebra, Parts First and Second.
mcuuney s Eiectic Primers.
The Elementary Speller.
Webster's school Dictionary.
Mitchel's Primary Geoeraohv.
Mitchel's laige school Geography, latest
edition.
Copy Books, Slates, Peucels and all kinds
oi eiauonary jcr schools, for salett
BRATJON'S.
NOTICE.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
SHIP.
I HAVE this day sold to Westfall, Stewart
& Co. my entire interest in the Cincin
nati urnace Company, and am there fore no
longer a partner therein,
Cihcissati Fubhacb, June 21, 1855.
july20 4wJ JOHN ROBBINS.
PA TRICK D. McKlNNIS' ESTA TE
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been appointed and qualified
as Administratrix of thi Estate of Batrick
D. McKinnw, late of the County of Vinton,
oereasea. . DAiHlKA U. WcJUJS15.
July 13 3w
LAST NOTICE.
ALL persons who hare unsettled accounts
on S. S. Demuth & Go's Books, aud
that have not been iquared by note or other
wise are requested to call and settle up by the
1st ol June, if not, the same will In left with
the proper officers for collection. I want the
Books fquared, and hare called ona'number,
and gave two months notice to. that effect
time enough in all conscience.
Byl8,Sw, . JP, At BBATTOK,
Washington Union Insu
rance Company.
Office in Eouse'i DIotk.tornrrSupcrior 3L
aud Public iSquure.
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
CAPITA- $225,000,
f I HIS well known Hosie Company is pre
X iaied, as ufual, lo tuke risks on the sa-
frr classes 'of
rroperty. Their
means urd
ample, and their rales are as reasonable as
those of any sound Company. '
Cr NO SPECIAL HAZARDOUS OR
&TKAM RISKS TAK.EN.JP3
' OFFICERS:
D. B. Dunham, President,
Geo. Mjgatt, Vice President and
Treasurer,
O. N. Skeels, Secretary,
Geo. fi. Senter, Ga'ueral Ageut.
DIRECTORS:
Gcsrge Mygatt.Clevelaud,
F. T. Buck us, do.
A. S. Sndforl, do.
Jacob Perkins, da.
Benjamin Noilhrup.do.
Geo. B. S. iiter, do.
O. N. Skeels, do.
.D. B. Dunham, do.
C. W. Cook, , do.
Timothy Baiter, Norwalk.
John Clark, Brunswick.
J. P. Robinson, Bedford.
W . M. Powril. Cleveland. fWest sida.t
JJlMjllAM, AotHT.
IJuly 20'55 6mJ McArihur, Ohio,
List of llt i i:ks
REMAINING IK THE POST OFFICE AT
McArthur, Sundav, July 15th, 1855.
iiioi-c caning lor tetters will please say they
on: auveruseu,
11 in-
Brown Mm CathariueMutdoch Covingtou
Brown Charles jr
jviurry James
Mathews Phineas
Magee Samuel
Murphy Michael
More Benjamin
. . u
Clapole David
Casteel Joshua
Cottrell Andrew
D
McMullin Mrs Marlh
Dearth V
MaCarthey Eugene
l
E
Edwards 1) I .
Erwia Owen
rustklhwaile MissM
O
O'Brien John
11
Reed Jeremiah
Richards Jacob V
Red fern Jeiemiah
"Republican"
S
Sims Nathan
V
Farrell Edmond
Framnton Isaac
Fury James M
Gteady Michael
Gregg George
Gaines Wro
II
Stern1 rger & ShrJwer
Harden Margaret Jane Six Wilson
Hays John Sandfurd & Wing
It
Kaufman Martin
Kyser John
Tom Mrs Catharine
Tucker Mrs Hannah
XV
Wilson Wmir
Westfall D
Kedeu George
Langwood Wm
Lane Miss ClnrnsFa
J. W. CALDWELL, V. M.
July 20, 1855.
Sheriff's Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN WRIT OF
Sule, from the Court of Common PIpb.
ot llocUing county and State of Ohio, and
to me directed, I will offer and expose to sale,
at public Auction, at the door of the Court
iiouse in Vinton county, Ohio, 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 descrilied
Keal Estate, to wit: Out- ots nmnlvr tlnrtw
unrty-one, ttnrty-two: also. In- ots number
one hundred and twenty-niue and one hund
ted and tlnrtv. in tlm Imvn r,f M,.ik.
county of Vinton and State of Ohio j taken
as the property of Joel A. Walden to satisfy
an Executiou in favor of the Logan Branch
uank. Appraised as follows, to wit: In
lots number and 130, fel U 66. each
UUl- OtS number thlltv. a nnruiuvl at AIRA Hi;
number thirty-one at ia4 33, andthirty-two
at 6192 66, and niU6t sell for two-thirds of
me aiipraited value. Wm. T1SUE,
julySO l855-5w Sheriff V. C, O.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
DY virtue of a certain Execution to me di
JL rected.from the Court of Common Pleas
within and for the county of Vinton, Ohio!
I will offer and expose to sale, at Publir Aim.
tion, at the door of the Court House, in said
county 01 vinion.on Saturday, the 11th day
01 August, leaa, between the hours of 10 o'
clock, A. M., and 4 o clock, P.M. of said
day, the following described property, to wit-Iii-lots
Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9,22, 23,24 and 31 ; al-
ou. vuriuii hub. i. . o. y and n . ft torn
rM llnl. n Li - I O t l I . . ,
said lots are all situated in the town of Fratts
vine, in said Vinton county, desisnaieit a.
iaiu out aim reconieu in me plat ol taitl town;
and taken as the property of P. J. Crawford
and John Wagoner, to satisfy an Execution
in favor of Samuel S. Hard :
Out-Ldt No. 1, appraised at 78.33
. i i . i . . - o . . -
2,
140,00
6,
9.
10.
81.
22,
23,
24,
6.
7.
8,
35,00
30,00
30,00
In-Lot "
150,00
22,00
20.00
533,33
2I,S
21,33
21,33
23,33
And must sell lor two-thirds of the aforesaid
"lue. WM. TISUE,
Julv 6. '55 5w Sherif V. C., O
DRUG STORE.
GEO. It. WILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN
DREGS, CHEMICALS, PALMS,
varnish. i)yes,pvre essential
oils, instruments, brush
es OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
ANATOMICAL PREPARA
TIONS, tancy Articles, Druggists' SHfip Fur
niiure.uiais wart.mndoie Glass,
Alcohol, ' !jfC, (f-c, tf-c,
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
RESPECTFULLY
informs his friends
and the public, that be is
now opening a large and
superior stock of Dnigs,
Oc, that have been selec
ted with personal care for
this market. ; -
I'htbicians ana customers, win unci our
iTugs of the best quality, all of which we
will sell at the lowest prices.
I AH ALSO AUENT
For all kinds of Patent Medicines, English,
French and German Herbs. iTobacco. Citrars.
and a fine assortment of Sosps, Extracts and
rure wines. iune 15, 1855. tf.
" OX YOKES."
"I Y ANKER Ox Yokes, at the Gilt.Anvi
XII DENNING. CAMPBELLA ca
Ju.yW 1891.
Sale of Real Estate by Order of Court.
BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed
from the Probate Couit, wilhiu and for
vhe county ol Vinton, and Slate of Ohio,
I will on the 23ih day of July, A. D..
IS05, between the hours of one and two
o'clock P. M.,of said day, at the door
of the Court lloust, in the town of Mc
Arthur, aud county of Vintitu, offer for
sale at public auction, the interest ol
Clarisa Sails, George S.lis, Thomas
Salts, Rebec Salts and Andrew Sails,
(being lire equal uudiviled dliih pans,)
iu aud to the following real estate sit
uate iu said county ot Vinton, to w it :
The west half nf the south cast qu.iter
of sectiou number four, township uum
btr ten, of range number seventeen, ex
cept about two and one-half acres
heretofore conveyed by Edward Salt,
senr., to Patrick Murdock, and about
four acres sold to the Marietta & Cin.
Railroad Co., a -and for a right of 'way.
Said itiieresl in said premises has
been appraised (lree from tie incum
brance of dower,) at twenty-two huti
dred ami five dollars, and must sell for
at leist two thirus that sum, on the
folio ving terms: One third of the pur
chase money in hand ai.d the re.idue
in two equal annual payments with in
terest trout the day of sale. The other
uudivided sixth part of the premiss
will be sold at the same timeand place,
aiiu on uie same terms.
MATILDA SALTS, Guardian, of
Clarisa Salts, Geo. Salts,
Thos. Salts, Rebecn Salts,
and Andrew Salts,
juue 29 '55 4w.l
SALB UF REAL ESTATE BY UBDUR OF t'OlRT.
BY virtue of an order ol sale to me directed
from the Probate Court, within and for
the county ol Viuton. and State of Ohio,
I will on the 2Sth day of July. A. D..
1S05, betweea the hours of one and two
o'clock P.M., of said day, at the door
oi tne court House, in town of McAr
thur, aud county of Vinton; offer and ex
pose to sale at public auction, the in
leresi oi John Salts, (being oue equal
uuuiviuen sixin part,) in and to the
following real estate, situate in sa
county ol Viuton, to wit : The West
hall of the South East quarter of Section
number tour, lownship Number Ten
ui ivange iumoer seventeen, except
altnul in ..... I. ir I .
""" " u uiic-uuii bcips nereiuiore
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
way,
baid icterest in said premises has been
appraised (free from the-iucumbrance
of dower) at four hundted and forty
one dollars, and must sell for at least
two thirds that sum on the following
.ci ma .una iniro oi me purchase mo
ney in nana, and the residue in two
equal annual payments with interest
iromttieUay ol sale. The residue of
said premises will be sold at the sa ma
liine and place, and on the same terms.
JOHN R. NEWTON, Guardian,
of JOHN SALTS.
June 29, 1855 4w.
THE STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO., S3,
James Bobbins, PltflT., ) . . , v(.
l ak.iav iiiiu iii A 1,1 to
Charles Magee, Deft. J wvu acuou.
THE said defendant, Chsrles Magee.
will take notice, that the tlainiiff.
Monica jxuuuius, on ilia via nay of June,
t .. nil- . i . . -
iboo, canted au order of attachment to
be issued by J. W. Swepston. a Justice
of the Peace in and for said county of
viuton, agsinst the goods, chatties,
stocks, interest in slocks, rights, cred
its, moneys and effects of the said de
fendant, a uon residentof said county of
viutou, to sausly the claim of the said
plaintifffor thirty-three dollars and 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. u 1805, at I o'clock A.M.. of said
d7. E. A. BRATTON.
Atty. for pltff.
June 29, 1855 3w.
Sale of Real EstaU ly Cyder of Court.
0
N the 29th day of July, A. D., 1S55,
between the hours of one and two
o clock i ill., Of said day. I shall offer
for sale at public auction on the piem-
ses in Jackson lownship, the interest
of John A. Moore, being one equal undi
vided ninth part in aud to the follow-
premises to wit : 1 he south west
quarter of the north east quarter of sec-
ion ISO. 8, township No. 10. ranee No.
18, Vintoii county, Ohio. Said interest
s appraised subject to dower at $27,57
and must sell for at least two thirds that
um, on the followine terms, to wit:
Oue third in hand, and the balance in
wo equal annual payments, with inter
est. HANNAH MOORE. Guardian.
of John A. Moore.
June 29, J85r 4w.
JAMES McCONKEL'S ESTATE.
TVTOTICE is hereby eiven. that the under.
L signed has been appointed and duly qual
ified Executor of the last Will and Testament
of James McConnel, late of the County of
Vinton, deceased. PATRICK MURDOCH
July 13-3 w
HAZEL BARB EE'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Simon Rad
cliff, Administrator of the Estate of
Hazel Barbee, late of the county of Vinton
deceased, has filed in the Probate Court of
said county his accounts, and vouchers for
inspection and final rettlement. and that said
accounts will be passed upon by said Court,
on the 1 1 lb day of August, A. D. i855.
. 15. F. HEWITT,
July20 ,"65.3w Pro. Judge V. C, O.
IWARTHUR DEMOCRAT OFFICE
For Sale.
1 WILL SELL THE DEMOCRAT OFFICE
low, for Cash, or one half cash, balance on
me, at a lair price. Mv reasons for offerinc
the Press for Sale are because I have not time
to give tne paper that attention, without neg
lecting other business I am engaged in, that
the importance of the present Camuaizn de
mands. The prospects of the oTfice are good;
our county is improving and increasing in
population rapidly, and is rcliully Democrat
ic. In lact, for a pleasant location for a cen-
tleman with a family, that would mke a per
manent location with us, we believe the
bove offer holds out inducements, not sur
passed in the State. None but a Democrat
need apply. E. A, BRATTON.
July 0, 1S35. . -
JOB W URK, of evety description neatly
ecud, at this Office, .
C.
R. LLOYD & CO.
WHOLESALE BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE ' :
NO. 3, BUCKEYE BLOCK, FRONT STREET, PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
HAVE juat received their extensive FALLSrOCKrConsisting of all the atesl ftylea an
fashions, Our slock having beeu purchased direct from the manufacturer, pfincipallf
f. -a:ll U'ilh Ora:it rum In t h C l..tisiti t,t nitali an1 ata u.lin1l t t Ka VVtAril tr.lle.We
are enabled to offrr superior inducements this Fail, and are determined not to be undersold
by any regular house either in New York. Philadelphia or Bui li more.
in audition to our extorsive siock ni isoots
ted stock ol . It A is IXD CAI'S, f
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade, fehants and Furuaca Owner viaitUg ciff,
are invited to call and examine for lliemselw.
TO TUE LADIES.
. We aro now mnnnfacturin a sii)erior article of Ladiea'and Misses Giitert, BuAifci tm&l
Sli piiers. Having procure I some of the best workmen in tha West, wa ar prepared t f-
ply fhose wlio waul custom w ork.
LEATHER.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Red Sole Leather, 12.00 lbs. No. I White Sole Leather. M de
French Calf Skins, 25 dozen Crawford's Skins, 10 dozen Kip Skins. Upper leather and Shoe
Findings always on hand and for sale at the lowest market price.
January 20. ISM. lv.
and Miuen wiii be lounu large ana wen tes
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES. SCIOTO AND HOCKING VLL EY
RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON June, IS55,
Trains will run as follows, to wit:
Train No. 1 will have Portsmouth at 9
o'clock A.M. and arrive at Jackson at 12
o'clock M. Returning leave Jackson at 1
o'clock P.M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 5
o'clock P. M.
Train No. 2 leave Jackson at7 o'clocK A.
M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 1 1 o'clock A.
M. Returning leuve Portsmouth at 2J P. M.
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock. P. M.
Trains stop only for passengers at the fol
low ing stations, to wit: Sciotoville, Webster.
Washington and Gallia Stations, Portland,
Cross Roads ami Irwin's Station.
J. W. WEBB, Superintendent.
June la, 03. c-ti.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER
rnrii----AJ-viuuniiay. June lin.tr-'
.Ta-Tavii-"i. aa i- ... a
Z3Rl?.'?l lS55,aI)aily Line I M,I
Coaches will run regularly between McAr
thur and Byer's Station; as follows :
Leave M'cAithur at 5 o'clock, A. M., pas
sing through Hamden 6J, arrive at Byer'a at
9 A. IM.
Returning, leave Byers' at 5, P. M., pas
sing through Hamden i, P. M.; arrive at
McArthur el 8, P. M,j connecting with the
Marietta fit Cincinnati R. R., to and from
Chillicothc.
A Daily Coach will leave McArthur every
morningfor Albany, Pomeroy, Athens, Hock
ing Port, Parkersburg and Marietta.
June lst.'55. tf. H. T. HOYT.
HOOTS 1 SHOES.
JUST received the largest and best selection
of Boots and Shoes ever opened in this
iiimucv, consign ligOI
Gents. Enameled Brocans
" Calf '
" Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" Morrocco Slipiiers,
French Calf Boots,
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots,
Goat "
" Sewed
" Laced Gaiters,
" Patent lxather '
" Enameled Jeuney Liud'a,
" Patent Sea Buskiiu, W
" Fancy Enameled "
" Slipper.
Childrens' Kid Laced Boots,
" Fancy
" Roan
" Kid Peg "
" Enameled "
" Gual
" Fancy " M
Misses Kid Slippers,
" Fancy Laced Boot.
lngeiber with eveiy variety of Boota and
oiioes, of Mens', Wo mens' end children'
weur, at tne lowest prices, at
BRATTON'S.
J. O. .WETLAND
B. C COGSWELL.
BOOT i SHOE STORE,
AND
MAHDFHTOII.
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 ulsasure in an
nouncing that they are now receiving at their
Boot and Shoe Depot the largest and best se
lected Stock of
Boots A Shoes
Ever brought to McArthur; consisting
ill (mil ut
GENTLEMENS' BOOTS A. fiunm
Genls.Buckskin Gaiters Gtnls.Congres Gait
ers.Gents Fancy Shoes.Gents Oxford Pumps,
Gents Enameled Nulifiers, Gents Enameled
Congress Gaiters, Geuts Patent Leather Kid
Top Prince Albert's, Gents Patent Leather.
iiuu viuui, run top, i rint e Airjert ; Uenta
Jeiwy Buckskin Shoea, Gents Opera Slippers;
together with every variety of Fine and
Coarse calf skin, Kiri and Murocco Bant. .,!
Shoes. Also, Ladies Boon akd Shoe;
Ladies Buskin Gaiter Boots, Ladie' enamel
ed Jenny Lind's R.R., Ladies' Morocco Jen
uyLi nd's R. R., Ladies' Congress Gaiters
Ladies Fancy Jeuny Lind Shoes, Ladies' en
amelled Morocco Shoes, Ladies' Victoria
Fancy Shoes Ladies' Faucy Top Boots, La
dies' Fancy Buskins, bronzed lops, Ladies'
Blue Gaits, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Also: Misses Boot9 and Shoes, Misses Kid
boots and Gaiters, Misses Fancy colored
Gaiters, Aliases enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Childrens' Boots and Shoes, Childrens rlf,
peydj Shoe, Childrens Fancy shoes, Chil
drens' Fancy Gaiters, and every other variety
of Ladies', misses and thihlreu' wear, Fine
and Coarse.
We have any number of Workmen en
gaged, that is necessary, and aie prepared to
till orders at the shortest notice.
0CfAII of our Goods w ill b? foM t pri
ces mat win give satisfaction. Call aud ex
amine for yourselves-
J. R. WHITTEMORE
TTAS now an assortment of Wall Taper,
11 Borders, Window Curtains, and Fire
Screens, that can bardlv be surpassed in the
it;., r i - V- ,t .
ttesi. i rices low. ao. i union shock.
-maylS,'55. . Chillicothe, Ohio
P. TBACV.-" J. OAXES.
CP.TRACY&CO.,
Manvfaclurers and Wholesale
DEiLEB IS
BOOTS, SHOES, UATS,
LEATHER AND FINDINGS. :
One door below P. Kinney k Co'i Hank,.
iront Street, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 27, 1855 ly.
CORN WANTED.
50M bushels of CORN wanted by the un
dersigned, for which the richest market
pr?cs will be paid, Z. A, EJRATTON.
'
of
r,i. DAVIS,
DEALEH a DBT OOODS AMD OLOTlStt.
fT7'OULD beg leave to announce to hi .
Vf numerous customer and tk publia
generally, that he is now in receipt of bis,
tprliig and Sammer Gotnla at hi
store in tne west pari oi nil new uioea, o
Water Street, Chill icothe. From the long
experience he has had in business, and the lib
eral patronage heretofore extended to him,,
which has enabled bim to purchase goods for
cash only, he fjattera himself that be can tell
lii. aruuln al ltitrr nrirva than ha haat are.
done before, and is con fide ut that be can com
pete with any honest dealer west of the moun
tains. His furnishing joqJs ara complete,
and can fit out a customer to every articU
required. His clothing department cannot
u.. n i . . . a. j.,..k:i:-
uc caLciicu, aa w ilea lijt:ehi ui ui, iiuiauiiii
of wear and strength of sewing. His good.
are selected by himself from the bestBuropeaa -antl
American manufactories, with greatcara
and attention and warranted all souud.
These Roods he will sell at ton per oeat
lower than any other man in the city of Coil,
licothe. Call and are for yourselves, tad.
convinced by ocular demonstration. ... .
P. 3. He would also bet lea v to auuoaace. '
to the citizens of Chillicothe, Monroe, Leeav
burgh, Lexington, Martinsville and adjoin
iug towns, that be ha a regular liu of boat -running
to the coal mines, and that ba is
ready to contract for good Hocking acreo
coal at market prices, and that ha will deli
er coal to any of tlie above elation on tha
Railroad by sending their orders by mail.
He will also hav a supply of Jackson aad
New Castle coal for Blackstnithlng purpose
u! ways ou hand. may 11 '5a 3u.u.
JAMES MeGlLLlYlUY,
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
SADDLE AM) IMLMESS JUMTAUIB!,
At ai. aid Itaad oapealt J. r. at B. Wlll't.
I FSPE C T F U L L Y In- p
"l form hit BumerousVaMMaC
rCutomer and the uublic. aeaerallv.
that he is uow prepared to supply all demand
in the way of Muddiest Buggy, Coach, aul
T a .... ..m . v. M Tjri . "
leant iiui a.c.,vuiur, It tups BSa SpUTS.
and every other article connected with the
Trade; all Manufactured out of th best Ma
terials, and by tha best of Workmen. Call'
and examine Work aud Prices, before jos.
purchase elsewhere.
OCT HIDES, 6tc, taken in exchanca for
work, at the highest Market price.
J.K.&D.WUL,
WHOLFSaLS AHO SITAIL bXALCS IS
DilUOODS, GROCERIE.,
. HARDWARE, QUEENS WARS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
um caps, mb, mu, raoDuta,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
Main Street, McArthur, Ohio.
mayl8,'55.1y.
BOOKS! BOOKS!!
l i. BBATTO.V,
ANNOUNCES to the citizen of Yin
ton county, that he ha Just received a
new stock of Books aud Stationary, cinsisling
in pa" of
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from llUt.
13 00. ' . . . - -
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS.
Bound in Morocco, gilt and common bind
ing.
etu LileofWiiHiKOTOi,
' Fbakklib-.
" MiBlOS.
Life of Daniel Boohk,
" " Black Hawk,
" " TtCUMSBACat.
SiiAXEsPEAa' work complete.
BvBos'a
Life of P. T. Babjium.
De Acmoau' History of the Reformafi6.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Ksowhmi.
Rimaido Riialdisa, a Romance.
Hale' History ol the United States.
Grinubaw'e History of the United State
Child at Home, a Moral Tale. r
MASONIC W RK8.
The Craftsman, the Linht of Hi Tetania
and Meloddies for tha CrafL rontalnlna aa
excellent selection oi Hymn and Odes' suits-
uiu idi eviy occasion.
SON Q BOOKS.
The American Sonciier. Parln. Hmn
Exile or Erin. Sones of Old Inl and. Nporn
Songs, eud a variety of other Song Books,
Moral and Instructive story booka for chil
dren, Pictoiial Toy Bi)kg hi cbildren.of every '
rla:ri nt'imt
Ut,l l J,lUlla
BLANK BOOKS.
Justices' Dockets. Legers sad Day Books,
bound in leather and half binding, of all sizes.
STATIONARY.
Beat Cap Paper, Blue Post Letter Paper, .
Commercial Note Paper. Bill Paper, also Inky
Quills, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, Inkstands,
Wafers. Writing Sand, end Stationary ot
every kiud. all of which will be sold st th '
lowest figures, for cash. . iniy4 '55. tf
A KTIST'S MATERIALS.: ;'
OF every description furnished at short or- .
ders and fair prices. A large supply of ,
rainis anu crusnes tor Portrait Landvxapa
Painteis, Toy Paints and Best Water Colors s
ou hand. J. R. WHITTEMORE, '
jyiyjl.'SS; Second st., ChilUcothe. O. L
ACCOUNT BQOKS1
HAYING a large Stock of Day Boolsa
Journals and Ledgers, made of excal- ,
lent paper and bound well in aheep, wittl
Morocco or Russian band. I will sell thent
for a few months at Pbices ScarsramoLf 1
Low! - . , . v .
Those in want of Blank Books and who . .
ouy lor use or to sell again can havt&aryafa
that vill tatixfy themselves and suit ths times.
This is saying a good deal j I mean what I
say
J. K. WHITTEMORE.
No. L Union Block. Second at
Chilliooths, Ohio. Imayl3.551
' Ml 1
New Books.
AND other Goods in his line o( Business '
are received by Express almost Vrtry
week from Boston, New , ark, and the Citias
the West, by J. R, W H1TTEMORB.
. maylS,W. Swmd 8t.,Chillicctba, 0.''
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