SOME OF THE OBJECTS
WHAT IS TO BE SEEN ON
The Panorama continues to move before the
spectator for nearly two hours, and takes him
over Sis Miles through the streets of New
York City, in the midst of its hi i sinner in
places and through streets which to a stranger
uuuiu dc oi most interest, and he would be
most likely to visit; and while he is apparently
passing along, he has extended perspective
views of the buildings on both sides of upwards
of Fifty Streets which collectively bein"
about forty miles of buildings giving him a
view of the City and its People, as it would
appear to him if he were to go there, and walk
through the streets, among the people, the bustle
and confusion of Our Empire City. lie
will have a faithful and exact view of the ma
nificent Churches, public and private Buildings,
the Shipping and Steamboats, Horses and Car
riages, Omnibuses, Railroad Cars, and tta
Thousands of People who daily thron
the streets of New York. Distinguished men
and acquaintances are readily recognized anions
the crowd of persons in the streets. The si'ms
can be read the same as if you were in the city,
as all are faithfully represented upon this
painting public and private processions, Mili
tary Companies, Firemen and their Engines,
Bands of Music, &c, &c. While the Pan
orama moves before the spectator, over 700
Horses and Carriages pass in view, and more
than 10,000 of the people of the city, at their
flail v business.
It is impossible to state all that is to be seen
on this moving painting. Persons in viewing
it can hardly persuade themselves that they an
not actually in the city among its business anc
bustle viewing the citizens and strangers, a$
they really are, in every day life, at their avo
cations; and persons unacquainted in New York
city, will get a better view, and Gain more
Information of the city and its people, by
once seeing this Panorama, than they would to
actually visit the city and walk its streets and
thoroughfares for ten days, as thousands of per
sons have testified.
. At each exhibition of the Panorama, as it
passes before the spectator, an Explanatory
Lecture will be given by Mr. George Doel,
one of the proprietors, or Mr. Albert Nor
ton, or D. C. Damon illustrative of New
York City, its statistics, business and re
sourcesits people, their " go-ahcad-ativc-ncss,"
manners and customs much valuable
knowledge of great importance to a stranger
and of general and instructive information
WILL BE EXHIBITED AT
Arthur, in (he Presbyterian Church, Thursday
and Friday evenings, August GOlh and 31st, at 8
o'clock, and Friday afternoon, Aug. 31st, at 3 o'
clock. Aduission 25 Cents; Children IS Cents;
Five Persons $1,00.
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEAL
ER in fancy and staple dry
goods, QUEEKSWARE. CHINA,
No 1 Ed kiprii Buildings Trout St., Portanoath.
2d August, 1SJ5. 2d Ingusl, 1353.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED is now in receipt
A of his 1'nll Slock of Dry Goods,
BONNETS, Hats. Caps. &c., to which
yffylie invites the speciul aUeniiun of mer
chants ami furnace owners, with tin assu
rance that the Goods will be sold as low as
they can be had from the New York and
Philadelphia jobbers, and at such prices ag
will rave the expenses on purchases made iu
Cincinnati of Pittsburgh,,
Lata mirchaaiiii anil imnnttatinna nf fllam
And Qutensware make my stock very large
mm complete, an oi wmcn is oneieu at toe
lowest rates and on liberal terms.
It is the .true interest of merchants arid
dealers to buy 8500 per month near home in
preference to $3,000 semi-annually at a dis
tant point, thus keeping their t tucks fresh,
cud distributing their bills payable in a shape
the more easily paid.
J AS. rURSELL.
. Fortsmcutb, 0., Dec. 23, ISM.
1855. Fall Trade. 1855.
Hi D. SHULL
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY
GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
AND SHOES. HATS,
IS now prepared to supply Merchants and
Furnace Proprietors, with all articles in
his line at fair prices and upon reasonable
terms. His stock is new, large, and well as
sorted, ami will be sokl invariably at Cin
cinnati prices. aug. 30 2m.)
PAPER YOUR ROOMS.
Just received, the largest and best selected
lot nf Wall Vfnra ..T...,l f.
w. ,.r,v, Willis viimni iui
sale in McArthur, with fine Velvet and com
mon Borders. Call and sec before tt all goes
SWAM' 8 NE IK TREATISE.
Tust received, a New Edition of the
above Work, with Forms complete for
Justices' of the Peace. -Every Justice qnd
Officer should have one. Call soon, at
COT A meeting of tin Board and membera
of the Acbiclltue al Societt of Vinton
county, will be held at the School-bow in
McArthur, ou Saturday, the 1st day of Sep
tember. 1855. at one o'clock P. M.
By order of the Board.
aug. 23 tf. O. T. GUNNING, Sec'y.
'tf-PrHn I.odffr. No.
of Free end Ac
cepted Masons, holds
a regulBrCommiinication at McArthur, Yin
Ion county. Ohio, every Saturday evening ou,
or preceding each full moon.
E. A. Bratton, Sec'y.
Mineral Lodge, No. , holds a reg
ular Communication at llamden, Vinton co.,
0., evry Thursday evening on, or preceding
each full moou. D. D. T, Habjj, Sec'y.
Orpbnn'9 Friend Lodge, u. D.,
holds a regular Communication at Wilkes
ville, Vinton county, Ohio, every .Saturday
evening on, or preceding each full moon.
H. H. Bishop, Sec'y.
McArthur, August 30.
Apples, D.,. 2,00
Buttci per lb.. 12
Smoked Hnins,-. It
" Shoulders,-.. 9
" Sides, 9
Lard per lb. 8
Molasses, pr gal. f0
Nails, 3d to lOd. oulO
Brooins, - 30iOats
Beans, W. 2,00 Potatoes, Irish.
Coffe , 14 Peaenes, D., 2.00
Candles, 20 ', Pork pr cwt . 4,00
Cheese, 2 Sugar N. O., 10
Cloverseed C0C Loaf, 15
Corn 65 Crushed,- 1012
Eggs pel doz 6 (Salt, per bbl 3,50
Flour ptfhiin. 4,00 " Table, pr Sack, -37
Flour ,per bbl t&, 00 Soap per lb 3a5
Flax Seed 75
Teas, Y. 11.
Fish, White,... 6Tallow
" Mackerel,. 6al0 Wheat per bu,
Hides 4l'ool perlb".
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
BUSKIRK & DAVIS.
No. 1. Buckeye Block
PORTSMOUTH, Sept. [...], 1855.
Apples, Dried :75
Brooms prdoa -62u50
Bacon Hams per II). Ui
" Shoulder " 1U
Salt, Kanawha, bu
Teas, loose & in packs
" V. rl., lb. 4rH(3U
Beans, W. er bu. 3,00
Candles, mould-. 15'
" viuupwtlei -oa
Tobacco M&K. cav.25
" Star 2-1
Cotton Yarns-- 16J
" Va. cav.-- 20u30
Coll'ee, Rio . IS
Oil, Lard pr gal.
Oil, Linseed "
Oals pr, bu.
Hour pi bbl ts
t eaclies.Dned.. .
feathers pr lb.-.. 45
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,00
Tallow pt lb.....
r ish, Cod prlb.... 5
" Mackerel 812u2 1
Lard pr lb... t)
Molasses. N. O. gal. 40
" S. 11. " 45
" G. S. " 50
heat pr bu.
Whiskey, Common 30
moii tiala, ou
Nails,. 10to6J ki
Sugar N. O..... 7ub
Wilson, Cliilds k Co.,
Succusora to Hampton, Yilson J- Co.,)
Wholesale Dealers in
FoKEGN &. DOMESTIC DRY-GCODS,
fiO. Wood 4 102 lliiiil Streets,
ARE now opening a very complete assort
ment ol Dry Goods, and by the first
iscptt mher will be able to exhibit a very at
tiactive stock. They respectfully invite an
early call from all eiiefu;ed in the trade.
Aug. '23. '55 3mo.
rviORE GOODS &i. fiRftfiFmf s.
Ihave just received a new supply of Wall
l'APKaand Bouders; the largest lot ever
biouuht to McArthur.
"IrnrifAlso, COFFEE, Rice, Molasses, To
SSbacco's, &c; all of which 1 will sell
at the lowest figures. E. A. Braiton.
MARGARET CASS1LLS ESTATE.
"VI otice is hereby given, that the undersign
1.1 has been appointed and duly qualified
as Administratrix of the Estate ofMargaiet
Casill, lateol Vinton county, deceased,
Aug. 25th DO LEW IS A. AT WOOD.
Shades & Reynolds, Pl't'ils ) In Attachment.
George Ullom, Defendant. ) (Civil Action.)
inc. ueicmiant win take notice, that the
Plaintiffs in the above case, on the 24th dav
oi July, a. ci. leoa, caused an order ot At
tachment to be issued by J. W, SwenMon.
Justice of the Peace for Elk township, Vin
ton county, Ulno, against the goods, chattlrs,
stocks, interest in etotks. rights, credits,
moneys and effects of said Defendant, an
absconding debtor of said county, to satisfy
the claim of the Plaintiffs' for five dollars
and eighty-six cents and fifteen dollars the
probable costs ot suit and that said cause
has been continued for service on said Defend
ant, aud will be lor hearing before said Jus
tice, al bis othce in McAnlair, in said town
ship, on the 8th day of September, a. d.
1855, al 10 o clock a. in. of said dav, last
aforesaid. SHADES REYNOLDS.
aug. 10 55
Baitd & Clark, Plaiutills, lil Allachineut-
George Ullom, Defendant. ) (Civil Action.)
THE Defendant will take notice thut the
Plaiutills in the above cae, on the 24th
day of July, a. d. 1855, caused an order of
Attachment to be issued by J. W.Swepstoi'
Justice of the Peace for Elk township, Vin
ton county, Ulno, against the uoods, Chat
ties Stocks, interest ill Stocks, Rights. Cred
its, moneys and effects of said Defendant.
an absconding debtor, of said county, to sat-
isly the claim ol. the riutmtHn' tor six dol
lars and tinety-one cents, with ten per cent
interest thereon from the 5th day of April,
and fifteen dollars the probable coasi of this
suit, and that said cause has been continued
for service on said Defendant, and will be
for hearing before said Justice, at his office
in McArthur in said township, on the 8th
day of Septembei, a. d., 1855, at I o'clock
p. m. of said dav, last aforesaid.
augSSw " BA1RD& CLARK.
SAMUEL H. MOORE'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Tcter S.
Moore. Administrator of the estate ol
Samuel Jl. Moore, lata of tha county of Vin
ton, deceased, has filed in the Probate Court
of said county his accounts, and vouchers for
inspection and final settlement, and that said
accounts will be passed upon by said Court,
on the 1st day of September, 1655,
B. F. "HEWITT, Tro. Judge V. co.
aug. 10 55 3w
ATTENTION, EVERY LODY.
4 ( cuts per lb. pa'ul for Raos, and ranpol
get half enough! Call at Bratton's.
Ihave just received a large lot of Groceries
that I warrant good pr no sale, at the
lowest Cath j'Ticw, ' ' Bdattcj,
SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON and alter Friday. 1st of June, 1855.
Trains will run as follows, to wit:
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clock A.M. and arrive at Jackson at h
o'clockM. Returning leave Jackson at lj
o'clock P. M. and arrive at Portsmouth at I
o'c lock T. 11.
Train No. 2 leave Jackson tT o'clock A.
. and arrive at Portsmouth at 1 1 o'clock A
. Returning leave Portsmouth at 21 P. M.
and arrive at Jackson al 6 o'clock P. M.
Trains stop okly for passengers at the fol
lowing stations, to wit: Sciotoville, Webster.
Washington and Gallia Stations, Tortland,
Cjos Roads and Iwiu's Station.
J. W. WEBB, Superintendent.
June 15, "55. 2c-tf.
RAILROAD. COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
RAILROAD. COACH & RAILROAD LINE. NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER 1
Monday. June 4th
.1855, a Dailv Line ot Mail
Coaches will run regularly between McAr
thur and Byer's Station; as follows :
Lave Mi; Arthur at 5 o'clock, A. M., pas
sing through llamden 6J, arrive at Byer's at
9 A. . ;
Returning, leave Byers' at 5, P. M., pas
sing through llumden GJ, P. M.; arrive at
McArthur at 8. V. M,j connecting with the
Marietta & Cincinnati K. It., to aud from
A Daily Coach will leave McArthur every
morning lor .-Ibany.Pomeroy, Athens, Hock
tug Port, Parkers-burg and Marietta.
Juue lst,'55. tf. 11. T. IIQYT
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R.
t ii TTT TT nT!nTt
P ASsSLNGEPiS leaving Columbus at 2:15
a. in., Cincinnati at -0 a. m., or Chilli
cothe ot 1 1 a. m., arrive at Biers (23 utiles
east of Chillicothe) at 12:30 p. m.
A Train leaves liyera' daily Sundays ex
cepted at 1:40 p. ni., by which passengers
arrive at Chillicothe at 3:15 p. m., Cincinnati
at 8:20 p. m., or Columbus at 1 1: II p. m.
Stages to and from Alliens, Pomeroy, Mc
Artliur, llamden, Jaek&on, Gallipolia, Ac,
connect w ith the Trains at Bverg", sod pas
sengers can make the trip between eitheirof
theee places and Columbus, Cincinnati or
Chillicothe ill a single day.
An accommodation Train is rim daily
except Suiuliivs from Chillicothe to Blan
chester and back.
Passengers by this train leave Chillicothe
at 5 a. m ., and arrive at Cincinnati at 11:13
a. in., or Columbus at 1:45 p. m. Leave Co
lumbus at 1 1 a. m., or Cincinnati at 4 p. m.
and arrive at Chillicothe at 10p. m.
Fare from Beers' to Cincinnati 3,(10
do. do. to Chillicothe 70
Through Tickets between Columbus and
Chillicothe 63,50. to be had only at Colum
bus and Xenia Railroad Ticket Orfice al Co
lumbus, and on the cars of Marietta and Cin
cinnati Railroad on leaving Chillicothe.
aug. 10 55.U.J J01LN WADDLE
It. LLOYD & CO.,
Wholesale boot &shoe Warehouse
No, 3. 1'mkfyt Block, From Strict,
HAVE just received their extensive Fall
Stock, consisting of all the latest styles
and fashions. Our stuck ha vine bt-cn nm.
chased direct from the manufacturers, Drin-
cipauy lorcusii, wun great care in the se
lection of quality aud sizes adopted to the
Western trade, we are enabled to offer su
penor inducements this Fall, and are .deter-
milieu noi io no undersold DV an" rrcu ar
. .. - ., i, ,
i ... , ... n
nouse emier m iov orK 1'hiladclphia or
In addition to our extensive itock of Boots
and Shoes will be found a large and well se-
lecteu stocK ol
HATS B. CAPS.
Suitable for (lie Fall and Winter Trade.
Merchants and Furnace Owners visiting our
cily are invited to call and examine for them-
To thk Ladies. We are now inantifnctur-
inga superior article of laidies' and Mioses'
Gaiters' Buskins and Slippers. Having pro
cured some of the best workmen in the West,
we arc prepared to supply those who want
Leather. One Thousand lbs. Red Sole
Leathei. 12.00 lbs, No. 1 White Sole Leather,
3C dozen French culf Skins. 25 dozen Craw
ford's Skihs, JO dozen Kip Skins. Upper
eather and ohoc I'liiilines aiwavs on hand
and for sale at the lowest market price.
January xu. iao-1 l y.
UO I) ROTH'i:. Notice is hereby given,
that a. Petition will be presented, el
the next session of tlie Commissioners of
Vinton cotiu'y, Ohio, praying for en altera
tion of that part of the Athens and McAr
thur Road d .'scribe I as follows, to wit:
Commencing at the West end of the bridge
across Big Raccoon, near the land of W. H.
Black in Knox township in said county ;
thence running North west 30 or 40 rods
along the old Mill road; thence nearly West
to the high ground above high water mark;
thence a South-west course-on the lower bench
of the hill, on the North side of the creek on
said Black's land; continuing said last men
tioned dirctiou until it intersects the old
Road west of a large rock, on the bank of
said creek, cn said Black's land; ihence along
(or near) the old road to the first -run on Ja
cob Tedrow'a land; thence through the field
on the. Noith side, on the best ground, inter
secting the old road in the most convenient
place; thence the nearest and best route thro'1
the low gap at Wm. Meters' place in Madison
township, in said county; thence the neaiest
and best way to the fool of the big hill near
M.Reeves' house; ihence on the neaiest and
besi ground to Maurice A I bough's, there to
end; and Petitioners prey for a view and al
teration of the same. Maky rETtTioufas.
figust 3, '55 "-
no AD NOTICE. Notice is herebj given,
that a Petition will be presented at
the next session of tlie County Commission
ers, w i'.hin and for ihe county of Vinton. O.,
praying for an onlefof Suivey, View and an
alteration and location (if found to be a good
route) of a County Road, within said coun
ty, commencing for the same at the bridge,
near the house of Jacob Ankrom, in Jackson
township, ihence along the McArthur Road
to the comer of said Jacob Ankrom's meadow;
thence on the South side of tie road leading
to McArthur; thence Eastwardly to a Sugar
tree, on the land of James MuMicltel, sear
the corner of his field at the Township road;
ihence 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 Lulz;
thence up 'lie. left hand side of the hollow to
near John Clau sen's spring; thence lo t white
Oak tree, at the end of said Clowson's lane:
thence To John Hawk's fence, end along said
fence lo intersect the road leading from Lo
cust Grove to McArthur, and there to end;
aud thai said part of said Gist meu.iioued
McArthur road be vacated,
ljuly 5i7 4w Mast Petitioners.
JOliW J UK.ol every descriuiwu, ueUy
xecu'ad, at this Oipce
M CGCFFEY'8 SERIES COWFLEE.
SPELLERS, First. Sccoml, Third Fourth
and Filth Rcadeis. The He man's Young
1'iuco's Primary Crammer,
" English Teacher,
Ray's Arethuialic, Parts First. Second and
bird, llay's Algebra, Tarts First and Second.
VttGulley's tieclic Primers.
The Elementary Seller.
Webster's school Dictionary.
Milchel s Primary Geography.
Mitchel's Urge school Geography, latest
Copy Books, Slates, f excels and all kinds
ol staliouury lor scltools4 for sale it
Itlsc, rrogrcftsaud Decline
rpHE "SUPREME ORDER OF THE
X ot a r &y ajv Gi. ed Basner" in McArthur
and Viutoji County, with Sketches of some
oi us Members, embracing Merchants, Law
yers, Clerks, Mechanics and Labeling Men,
Together with the Signs, Grips, Tuss-Words,
Oaths etc., etc..
Will be published on Saturday, Sept. I,
1855, (wider the.above little,) pajuphlet of
32pagfceuf closely pruned matte, illustra
ted with some of the devices of the Order.
Price a5 cts. To be hadot Merchants gen
eially, and Booksellers.
HAVING a large Stock of Day Books,
Journals aud Ledgers, jnade of excel
lent paper and bound wll in sheep, with
Morocco or Russian bands. I will sell them
lor a few ir.onths t Pbices SuapuisiKOLy
Those in want of Blank JJcka and who
buy for use or to sell again can havebarrniii
thot will sutv-Jy thmulvu and suit the times.
i ins is saying a good deal ; I jnean what 1
say. J. R. . WlllTTEMORE.
To. I, Union .Block, Second st.
Chillicothe, Oldo. jnayl8,''5 '
FCBV1BD1XU AXD C0I3USSIM MERL'IIAXT,
CEMER nUEELJJSJ WHARVES
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT.
Has large and extensive Ware Houses, end
is prepared viin every facility, to atteml to
all business, entrusted to his care, nropc.rlv
tl r 1. . : c. i. i i r . J
ur luinanis ire luui.ov ar loans orotiieru
September 2,1653. Jy
Road Tax 1855.
rpiIE rate of Taxation for Road purposes.
Jl in Vinton countv. for the vpr mri.'i ;
at the rale of Ten Cents on each Hundred
uiuiars valuatwn of liable proper'y, which
.may be discharged by labor .on the Roadu, un
der tne direction of (lie Siiifcrvisors of the
several at the
Auditor V. C. O.
Office M.&C.R.R. Co., )
Chillicothe. July 29. 1655. (
'Hih Mahkietta & Cincinnati KaIl
X. Road Company are prepared to enter
into contracts lor the Transportation of
coal orior us purchase, deliverable at Sta
tions on the line of the Railway in Jackson
ur t hjiuii buunucs. JVll VVAUlJLiP,.
Jaug3 tfj Superintendent.
c. r. thacy. r. j. oakes
C. P, TRACY & CO.,
Manvfactvrtrs and Wholesale
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
One door below P. Klnnry 1 Co'i Bank,
J rout Street, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 27. 1855. ly.
IKON, NAILS AND STEEL.
5000 Lbs. Norway Nail Kod.
500 Ke"s assorted out and wrought Nails.
3000 Lbs. square, round and octnrnn
Steel. Just received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July 20, 18S3.
03" OJIU-f, McArthur House.
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
Feb. 16. 1855,ly.
S. I!. HOLMES,
(Successor lo Smith and Holmes.)
. MANUFACTURERS OF
Tin, Sheet Iron, mid Copper Vans,
ALSO DEALEES, WHOLESALE RETAIL, IS
Stoves, Gralet. & Hollow Ware,
MARKET STREET, EAST SIDE.
Arr:ll 1554. I y.
NO. D. PII0CNU. T. M. BABCOCK. JNO. BAHcnrK.
WLULtSALti WEBS &
No. 65 4 67 Water Strict, KEW 'ORK.
Febuary 17, '54. ly.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
IHAVE this day sold to WestfaH, Stewart
d-Co. my entire interest in the Cincin
nati Furnace Company, aud am there fore oo
longer a partner therein,
CiiicuiJUTi Furnace, June 21. 1855.
july20 4w JOHN ROB BINS.
AND other Goods in his line of Business
are received by Express almost every
week from Boston, New York, and the Cities
of ihe Wes', by J. R. WHITTKMORE.
may 18, 'to. Second St.. Chillicothe. O.
rtiYANKEE Straw Cutters, from 47 to
iJ 612 ; received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
Jnlv 29. 1633.
YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the Gilt. nvi
1 U DENNING, CAMPBELLoc CO.
10,000 lbs ol
W ool AVonlcd.
1WISI1 to buy all the wool I can get, and
will pay the highest market prices.
may 25. '55.-U E. A BRATTON.
SHOULD recollect lo get their Double Rc
FINID SaLERATUS ud CoKEOHATEO SoDA
etclusively lor baking puruows. at
E. A, BBATT0.Y,
ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Vin
ton county, that he has just received a
new stock pf Books and Stationary, cinsisting
FAMILY BIBLES, i prices from $1 50 to
$5 00, .
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS.
Bound in Morocco, gilt and common bind
ing. VVeems' Life of Washinrtos,
. " FBAKKLiJT.
" " Marios. .
Life of Dakikl Booke,
' Black Hawk,
M " Tecohseacu.
Shakespkak's works complete.
Bros' " "
Life of Y. T. Barnujt.
Da Auniaxe's History of the Reformation.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK. OF Kbowledg. '
Rinaldo Rivaldiita, a Romance.
Hale's Hi6torv of the United States.
Grimshaw'a History of the United Stales.
Child at Home: a Moral Tr.Ie.
MASONIC W RKS.
The Craftsman, the Lieht of the Temple.
and, Meloddies (or the Craft, containing an
excellent selection ol Hymns and Odes' suita
ble lor eviy occasion.
The American Soncster, Parlor Soncstef.
Exile of Erin, Songs of Old Ireland, Nero
Songs, and a variety of other Song Booxs.
Moral and instructive 6tory books lorchit-
dxen.rictoiiul Toy Books for childrau.of every
Juslices' Dockets. Lexers and Day Books.
bound in leather and huif binding, of al! sizes.
Best Cap Tarer. Dlue Post Letter Paper.
Commercial Note Paper. BillPauer. also Ink.
Quills, Steel fens, Sand Boxes, Inkstands,
Walers. Writinc Sand, aud Stationary of
every kind, all of which will be sold at thu
lowest figures, for cash. way I 55. tf
MAIN STREET. MCARTHUR. OHIO.
SAI'LE AIiD IMEMSS ill.lMTACTl'HEB,
M Us oldS'and oppolte J. K.JcD. Wlll'i,
IfSj) 11 forms his nuinerou&pstii
S3A Customers and the public, generally,
that he is now prepared to supply all demand
in the way of Saddle; Buggy, Coach, and
Team Unrncst;Collars,Yhipa and Spurs
and every other article connected wi;h thJ
Trade; all Manufactured out of the best Ma
terials .and by the best of Workmen. Call
end examine Work and Trices, before you
COT HIDES, &c, taken in exchange for
tsle at the highest Market prices.
ROOTS 1 SHOES.
JUST received the largest and best selection
of Boots aud Shoes ever ojcued in this
market, consisting of
Gents. Enameled Eiogans,
" .Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" Morrorco Slipperc,
' French Calf Bo'-ts,
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots,
" Goat " "
" Sewed " "
" Laced Gailrrs.
" Patent Leather """"
" Ena me led Jwmicy Liud's,
- ralent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Enaineleu "
" " S!ipira.
Chihlrens' Kid Laced Buotn,
" Fancy " ' "
" Roiin "
" Kid Peg "
" Enameled "
" Goat " "
" Fancy " "
Misses Kid Slippers,
' Fancy Laced Boots.
Together with eve:y variety of Boots and
Shoes, of Mens', Womens' and childreus
wear, at the lowest prices, at
GEO. 1!. WILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DKI GS, CHEMICALS, PALMS,
varnish, dyes. pure essential
oilu, instruments, urusii
es of e ver y de scrip tion,
ANATOMICAL P HEP All A
TIOSS. Fancy Articles, Druggists' Shop fur-
niturc.trlass Harc.iVinJow Glass,
Alcohol, Jc, J-c, a-c.
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
n forms liis friends
aud the public, that he is
now opening a large and
superior stock of Drugs,
fc, that have beenselec
ttd with icrsonul cate for
this ... I KC t .
Piiv3icians and customers, will Cud our
rrugs of the best quality, all of which we
will sell at the lowest prices.
AM ALSO A UEjS T
For nil kinds of Fatent Medicines, English,
Frenth and Gemian llrrhs, Tobacco, Cigars,
a fine assortment of Soaps, Extracts aud
Wines. (jtine 15, 1655. tf.
And Slatno Office,
MAIN S TREET,
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, j
PASSENGERS who stop at this House,
can take the Coach every morning lor
Chillicothe, lo Byer's glRtion, Ihence by Rail
Road; also, every morning foi Athena, and,
other points South and East.
The proprietor assures all vtbo favor him
with a call, that no means will be spared to
make them comfortable end at chargi's tq
suit Ilia tiroes. f jury 27,'53.J
Sleam Caliinct Eactory.
J. II. AY A IT,
Corker or Jr.rFXBw.t and Second Sxreet?,
CALLS the attention of the citizens of
Vinton and adjoiniug couuties lo his su
perior stock of L
which he offers at holesale or retail ou reas
onable terms. Give hiui a aill. .
Orders altendej ui jjiomplU. "
lUrch ly .
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