A Paris correspondent of the N. Y.
Times, a whose statements the editor
tf that journal plates implicit confl.
ilenci, writes thus:
"Everything Ins turned upon ihe sue
cess of the great French loan. This
immense fiat of the nation has shakeu
Austria, and is the real reason of her
new adherence to the Western powers.
Louis Napoleou slipped the thong and
la' oore the hounds of rebellion in
Spain; Spain immediate! succumbed
and gives an ainiy to the Crimea.
Louis Napoleon simultaneous!)
nnuunre.l t Austria that as she had
teduced her forces in the Danubian
Provinces, a Fremh army would occupy
those places Austria cedes to the
threat, but Louis Napoleon has do
intention of trusting to her word. A
French army will laud at the mouth
of the Danube, and a powerful demon
stration will be made agaiust the Rus
siin frontier. Napoleon will lead this
force in person; it will consist of 1 10,
C00 French, with Canrobert, Piince Na
poleon ir Lord Cardigan as Generals of
division. An English force of 25,000,
under Sir Henry Sihiiti, will be added,
Lord Cardigan being General of the al
lied cavalry; Louis Napoleon Command
er in chief of the w hole. The Emper
or is playing the game of Europe with
consummate skill. All parties and all
powers are exhibiting their weakness
4iid their unpopularity. He alone rais
es as they descend in the European
'On the departure of NapoleiQ for
tha East, an Anglo French army will
be concentrated on the Rhine. To this
force will be added the Rhine. To
this force will be added the Spanish
contingents the whole undar the com
mand of II. R. H,, the Duke of Cam
bridge, while the cavalry command
devolves on the Earl of Lucan. This
force, professedly stationed as a threat
to the German Kingdoms, will in real
ity watch over the French Empire
during the absence of Napoleon.
'The Queen's offer to the Duke of
Cambridge of the coir.oiaud in chief in
the Crimea wag made to be refused by
1)1 in, to raise his popular: tr and to be
come the stepping stona to the above."
Later from Europe.
Arrival of the Canada.
FIVE THOUSAND RUSSIANS KILLED.
HALIFAX, Aug. 29.
Queen Victoria was absent from Eng
land on a visit to the Emperor Napo
The wsr rews is of importance, inclu
ding the distruction of Sweaborg by the
allies on the 11th ins!, causing immense
destruction of property.
The bombardnieut of Sevastopol is
fixed for the 18th,
Sweaborg, An immeni'e conflagra
tion had prevailed fur 49 hours, which
destroyed storehouses, msgizines and
arsenals. Tti powdtr magazines'and
stores of projectiles were also blown up.
The enemies' loss is enormous. There
is nothing said in either the English or
Fiench Admiral s dispatch, about the
missing ships at Sweaborg. The Allies
lust no lives. Two o filters and thirty
men of the English were wounded,
The Russian army under Seprandi had
attacked the allies at the Tchernrys, on
the morning of the 16th and after a bat
j'e which lasted three hours, were re
pulsed by the French and Sardians. with
report d loss of 5, CUD killed and 400
The batile of Tchernrys romwecced
on the Ifiih. Russians to the number
of CO, 000 lough t for three hours. The
Sardinians fought bravely, The Rub
sians lost four or five thousand in killed
and 400 prisoners. The loss of the Al
lies is small. The Russians were in
cumplate retreat when the French re
serve came up. Omar Pasha had receiv
ed orders to return to the Crimea, in
stead of Asia.
Preparations v ere being made for the
recepltou of Queen Victoria. Napoleon
w ill meet her on Tuesday at Bologne.-
The Empress will not be presen'. Ex
President Fillmore had been presented
to Nspoleou by Mr. Mason the American
uiiuUler. There is nothing of the least
importance fn m Spain. Something is
said of the Congress of stale man of Vi
enna, to settle the sfl'aiis of Italy, but
its not likely he with effect at pres
ent. Iudia. The overland mail has arrived
bringing dales to July 4th. Irisrumor
ed that Persia is still intriguing with
Russia, and that the British force in In
dia will be sent to the Persian Gulf,
Affairs in India are tranquil.
Extract of a letter fiom Culhburl, Geor
We are cer in toelect Johnnn, Dem
oc at, for Got ruoroter bo'.L An Lew ,
K.uovf Nothing, and Oberly.Teiiiperance,
and seven out ol the eight Congressmen
The Democrats and Whigs are quit
ting the yruscriptionists and Hindoos
Ly hundreds m every direction.
The decrease of the brandy trade is
strikingly ilustrated iu the abseuce of
nil Americsn vessels from the port of
xlof nelle.t ranee, Tor the last six months;
a fact which is said never to have oc
curred before. The French papers ascribe
tt to the lailure ot the grape crops and
the tern i nance n.ovtn.euts in the Uni
There are pot rive hundred foreign
and native Catholic voters iu the State
of North Carolina, and majority for the
Democratic party, as shown by the
receut vote, is about seven thousand.
BALTIMORE, Aug. 25.
(till iucjeasrng at Nor
folk; Mayor Woods is sick; . 1? deaths
yccuiied iu 31 hours ending al noon
yesterday. A number of uures Phys
icians have armed from other places'
Arrival-of the Southern mail. N. Or
leans papers of Sunday have been re
ceived. The sloop of war Cyane at Pensacol
has bean ordered to New Voik.
Viet Good. Dimmock, of the Sand
usky Mirror.is responsible for following:
A day or two since preacher en
quired of one of our Democratic friends
why we continued to expose sudden
oun.e the K. N'. in every number of
our paper? He said it was digustiug.
Our friend replied by asking him why
he kept up a continual tirade every Sun
day againts sin and the devil t wag
really becomiug disgusting, especially
to sinners, lie said the devil wis the
fathej ol Know Nothingism; and while
the preacher was denouncing the devil,
the editor was exposing his works,
Wonder if the preacher huj not been
bowing to Sam instead of bis Maker.
"Give us Americas politics and A-
merican religion." Kenneth Rayner.
e uon i know of any American re
igiou exiept Mormonism, Shakerism,
mil Millerikui. These are native. hem
Ameiiion religions. The Chrislaia re
ligion, we believe, is ol foreinn oriein.
and its founder not a native ol Ainrii.
Terre Haute Journal.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 25.
Salt Like to July 1st still
represent a threatening of famine there.
, w - 1
erain crop destroved.
lion, L. Sharer, one of the Judges of
me territory, was lound dead in his
bed on the W9ih of June, He was buried
with great ceremony.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 25. DIED.
Un bunciay niglit, Aug. ibtn, at Ins
lale residence in Elk tp., Vinton co.,
O., Robert Bay, Est., aged about
Mr. Bay was one of our oldest and
best citizens, formerly a citizen ol
uurnsey county when he settled many
years ago. e believe he was a na
tive ol Virginia. He was admitted a
member ol I lie Bar in that State when
quile a young man, but abandoned his
profession and engaged in farming.
He leaves a large family connexion to
mourn their loss, and died respected by
all his liieiids and neighbors.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 25. DIED. ROAD NOTICE TO NONRESIDENTS.
TiOUGLASS PUTNAM, and all other un-
XJ known owners of luuds through which
the following described r. 'd runx, will take
notice that a Petition for un alteration has
been presented ucccaliug to law, and that at
the September session ol the Commissioner
of Vinton county, Ohio, an order was made
for a vie v and survey fur an alteration ol
that part of the Alliens and McArthur Road.
described rs lollows, to wit; Commencing
at the est piki ol itie midge across liig Kuc
coon, near the land of W. 11. Black, in Knuk
tortishij). iu tij il county; theme running
North-west M or tu rods along the old Mill
road; tknee 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 tide of the neck, on said Black s laud;
continuing said last mentioned diiectiou un
til it intersects tle old road west of a large
rock in the bank ol said ueek.on said Black's
luud; thence along or near the old roud to the
first rur. on Jacob Ted row's land: thence thro'
the held on the north siJe.on the best ground.
intersecting the old road in the most conve
nient place; thence the nearest ond best route
through the low gap at Win. Meyers pluce.in
Madison township, in saiil county; thence
the nearest and best way to the foot of the
big hill near M. Reeves' house; thence on
Ihe nearest and best ground to Maurice Al
hough's, there toend. The Viewers and sur
veyor will meet on suid road on llie twelfth
day of Oi tuber, IfcM, and then and there
proceed lo view suid proposed alteration
fix a compensation on lauds appropriated lor
said road and assess all damages. -c.
fepteml'cr 6X5 5w.
R E A D Y-M A DE C L 0 T II I N G
HAMPTON &. CAMPBELL,
Or th lata firm cf HDipicn, Wiiion St Co.,
Ko. 8J liiinl Mrett brtwern Wood i larktt,
A RE now receiving their stock of Fall
JL. and V inter Ooods to which they cull
the altentiou of Wkstehn Mkrchahts.
Among their assortmriit will be found
MEN ASD LOI S CLOTHING
Of every possible description; also Troy and
Hartford Shirls and Collars, Wool, Merino
and Union Undershirts and Drawers, -Silk
ana unncn rianclkr-rclucls, Men 8 Hosiery
SiiRitenders. Cravats, Neck Ties. Stocks
Gloves. &c. Also. a general-assortment ol
INDIAN UllSUEli GOODS.
We intend this stock shall always be one
of the lurge.-t, the best furnished, and the
most lea ul i fill and complete lo be lound iu
the United States. Our connection with one
of the latest houses in Massachusetts where
the utmost care hus been bestowed in their
manufacture, gives us advantages which will
enable us to sell Goods at Eastern Jobbers
prices, which we are determined lo do, and
also enables us to otter
A greater tariety of Goods toourcus
tomers than lias hitherto been
found in tin's Market.
We resiectUilly solicit the patronage of all
buyers visiting this city. The oidcrs of our
customers si, all he promptly and satisfactor
ily filled on terms ss liberal as by any olher
uouse in me country.
HAMPTON & CAMTBELL.
Sept. 6 '55 2m.
1855. Fall Trade. 185S.
Hi D. SKULL,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY
GOODS, CLOT H1NG, BOOTS
AND SHOES. HATS,
PAINT STLEET, CIIILL1COTIIE.
IS now prepared to supply Merchants and
Furnace 1'iopriei.ors, with all articles in
his line at fair prices and upon reasonable
terms, nis siock is new, large, and well as
sorted, and w ill be sold invariably at Cin
cinnati prices. Jang. SJrn.J
I have just received a large lot of Groceries
jl mat l w arrant good or no sale, at the
lowest Cash prices. Brattch.
LIPPENCOirS Axes, warranted 30 day?
or tl money refunded. Hatchets war
rrfnted. Tilletsou's Handsaws warranirrl.
Door Locks, Thumb Latc's, Butts, Screws,
Augers, Smoolhing Irons, Curry Cotnhs,
Uoise Brushes. Files. Rasus. in shot everv-
thingju the Eurdwure line, at
CO" A meeting of th Hoard and members
Of the AcBlf L'LTl'BAL Sociltt of V'wton
county, will be held at the School house in
Mr Arthur, cn Saturday, the let day of Sep
trmber. J&5&. at one o'clock P.M.
By order of the Board.
It g- 23 tf. O. T. GUNNING. Sce'y.
Delta I.odsro, jvo.
SOT, of Frt'emul Ac
cepted Masons, holds
a regular Communication at McArthur, Vin
ton county. Ohio, every Saturday evening on,
or preceding each lull moon.
E. A. Bbatton, Sec'y.
ITI In oral Lodge, ft'o. , holds, reg
ular Communication at Hamden, Vinton to.,
0., evry Thursday evening on, or preceding
each full moon. D. D. T. Hauu, Sec'y.
Orpliiin'8 Friend Lodge, I it.,
nonis a regular Lommunica lion at Wilkes
ville, Vinton conn'.). Ohio, every Sutuidav
evening on, or preceding earn full moon.
H. H. Bisiiof, Sec'y.
McArthur, September 6.
Apples, D AdO
Ruttei pn lb. 12
Smoked limns,--- 11
Lard per lb. .
9 j Molasses pr gal. 60
Rrooiris. 80 i On is, 4"
Beans, W. 2,00 ! Potatoes, Irish. B0
Code , 14 Peacnes. D., '2.00
Candles, 2U Pork prewt 4,00
Cheese, iSiSuKat N. O., 10
Cloverseed COG Loaf, 10
Corn 65 Crushed,. 10ol2
Eggs pet doz 6'Salt, per bbl 3,f0
Flour rrhun. 4.00i " Table, or Suck, 3?
Fl ou r ,pe r bbl fs8,00 Soap per lb 3a 5
Flax Seed 75 Teas, Y. II. 15
Feathers, 40 linperiuZ 6100
Fish. White,... 8 Tallow. 12
" Mackerel,. - EeilO; Wheat per bu. 1.00
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
BUSKIRK & DAVIS.
No. 1. Buckeye Block
PORTSMOUTH, Sept. 6, 1855.
Brooms prdoz '2ubV
Bacon Hams per lb, Hi
" Shoulder " 10
" Sides "
Beans, W. perbu. 3,00
Candles, mould-. 1A
Salt, Kanawha, bit
leas, loose in packs
" Y.H.. lb. 45a(i0
" Gunii'wder f,5
Tobacco k;K. cav.25
" Ya. cav. -. S!0u30
Oil, Lard pr gal.
13 Oil, Linseed "
blour in bid-
Outs pr, bu.
reaches, Ui led. .
Feathers pr lb...
Flaxseed, pr bu. l.dO Saleratuspr lb
Fish, Cod pr lb.
Tallow pt lb.
Mackerel 12u2 I Tar pr bbl
Lard pr lb... ti
Timothy seed, 83 00
Molasses. N. O. gal, 40 VVheat pr bu.. . . . 1,50
s. n. " id
. G. S. " 51)
Whiskey, Common 30
Mou hula, OU
Nails, 10 to 8J tj
Sugar N. O..... 7ub
Wilson, Childs k Co.,
(Successors to Ilumpton, Wilson d Co.,)
Wholesale Dealers in
FcKEfGN &, DCIVESTIC DRY'GOCDS,
Ko. ii Wood & 102 Third Mrccls,
A EE now opening a very comiilele assort
XA. tneut ol Dry Goods, and by the first
feepttmber will be able to exhibit's very M
uactive stock. IVy respectlully invite an
early call Irom all engaged in the trade.
Aug. 23.55 3ino.
tv.ORE GOODS Sl GROCERIES.
Ihave just received a new supply ot Wall
Patch and Borders; the largest lot ever
urougui to McArthur.
5 j, "Also, COFFEE, Rice, Molasses, To
fiSKAcco's, &c; all of which 1 will sell
at the lowest figures. . A. Lhaiton.
MARGARET CASblLL'S ESTATE.
"1VJ otice is hereby given, that the undersign
ll haslteen appointed and duly qualiried
as Administratrix of the Estate of Murgaiet
Casfill, la tool Vinton county, deceased,
Aug. 25lh 'bb LEWIS A. ATWOOD.
bhades A; Reynolds, 1'lTlls j) in Atluchineiit.
George Ullotn, Dcfcndnnt. ) (Civil Action.)
THE Defendant will take notice, that the
PlaintirTs in the above case, on the 21th day
o I July, a. d. 1655, caused an order of At
tachment to be issued by J. W. Swepston.
Justice of the Peace for Elk township, Vin
ton county, Ohio, against the goods, chattlrs,
stociis. interest iu stocks, rights, credits,
moneys and effects of said Defendant, an
absconding debtor of suid countv, to satisfy
the claim of the PlaiulihV for five dollars
and eighty-six cents and fifteen doMnis the
probable costs of suit and that said cause
has been continued lor service on said Defend'
ant. und will be lor heurinr' befoie said Jus
lice, at his office iu McArthur, in said tow n
sliin, on the 8th day of Sentrmbcr. a. d.
1855, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, last
aforesaid. SHADES REYNOLDS.
ang. 10 D5 ,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEAL
ER IN FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
GOODS, QUEENSWARE, CHINA,
No. 1 Enterprise BoildiDfi, Frtnt St., Portsmouth.
2d August, ISjS.
2d Augnsl, lSi).
rpiIE UNDEUSlGNEDis now in receipt
X of h; I'n II Slock ol Dry Goods,
Ati BONNETS, Hats. Caps. &c, to which
yJlie invites the special attention of mer
chants and furnace owners, with the 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 as
w ill save the expenses on purchases made in
Cincinnati or Pittsburgh.
Late purchases and importations of Glass
and Queensware make my stock very large
and complete, ail of which is offcied at the
lowest rates and on liberal terms.
It is the true interest of merchants and
dealers to buy t500 per month near home in
preference to fc3.000 semi-annually eta dis
tant point, thus keeping their stocks fresh,
and distributing their bills payable iu shape
the more easily paid.
Portsmouth. 0.. Dec. 22, 1P54.
h O USEKEkPEA S
SHOULD recollect to get their Double Re
fined SAirsATTJs and Cokiionateo Soda
exclusively lor baking purposes, at
At Pratt8"ii.le, wish to purchase Hides for
which the highest Market juice will be given.
. January ,fS60; 4fj
SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON and after Friday. 1st of June, 1&55.
Trains will run as follows, to wit:
Train No. 1 will have Portsmouth at I
o'clock A. M. and arrive at Jackson tit Iv
o'clock M. Returning leave Jackson at
o'clock P. M. and arrive at Portsmouth at I
o'clock P. M.
Tram No. 2 leave Jackson at ?1 o'clock A
. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A
. Returning leave Portsmouth at 'ij P. M
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
Trams stop only for iibssencers at the fol
lowing stations, to wit; Sciolitvi'.le, Webster.
Washington and Gallia Stations, Portland
Cros Roads uml Irwin's Station.
i. W. WEKB, Superintendent.
June 15, '65. 2c-lf.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Couches will run regularly between McAr
ihuranii liyers atation; es follows :
Leave McArthur at 5 o'clock, A. M pns
si!i through Hainden6J, arrive at Byer's at
3 A. .
Returning, leave Dyers' at 5, V. M., pas
sing through Hamden 6J, P. M.; arrive al
McArthur at 8, Y. M,; connecting with the
Marietta & Cincinnati R. R., to and from
A Daily Coach will leave McArthur every
morningfor .-.lbany.Pomeroy, Athens, liock'
ing Port, Parkeisburg and Mariettn.
Juue lst,'55. tf. H. T. HOYT.
wxrrn: and after Km
fc-Jtf& Monday . June dth.Wl
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. R.
TJASSLNGERS leaving Columbus at 2:15
JL a. m., Cincinnati al 6 a. m., or Chilli
coiheatlfa. m., arrive at Bers' (23 niilej
east of Chillicothe) at 12:30 n. m.
A Train leaves Byere' daily Sundays ex
cepted at 1:40 p. m., by which rassVngers
...iu. at rtiillifw.fli nf I T, n .v. f:....: .!
. vi vuhiv u w., v . III., XIIIllllllttll
at BXV p. m., Or tulumnns at 1 l. li , .-ii.
Staces to and from Athens. Pomerov. Vfc
Arthur, Hamden, Jnckoon, Gallipolis, &.f.,
connect with the Trains at Byers', and pas
sengers can make the trip between either of
these places and Columbus, Cincinnati or
Chillicothe in a single day.
An accommodation Train is run daily
except Sundays from Chillicothe to Blun-
cliester and back.
Passengers by this train leave Chillicothe
at 5 a. m., and arrive at Cincinnati at 11:13
a. m., or Columbus al 1:45 p. m. Leave Co
lumbus al 1 1 a. in., or Cincinnati at 4 p. m
and arrive at Chillicothe at 10 p. in.
tare from Byers to Cincinnati 3,f0
do. tto. to Llnllicotlie 70
Throtich Tickets between Columbus and
Chillicotlie &3.S0. to be had only at Colum
bus and Xenia Railroad Ticket Office at Co
lumbus, and on 1 lie cars of Marietta and Cin
cinnati Railroad on leaving Chillicothe.
aug. 1055.U.) JOHN WADDLE
R. LLOYD & CO.,
Wholesale boot & shoe Warkhouse
Ko, 3. Entkryc Blot k, From Street,
HAVE just received their extensive Fall
Stock, consisting of all the laiest styles
and fashions, fur stuck navmg been pur
chased direct from the manufacturers, prin
cipally for cash, with great care in tlie se
lection of quality and sizes adopted to the
Western trade, we are enabled to offer su
perior inducements (his Fall, and are deter
mined not to he undersold by any regular
house either in Nuw York,, Philadelphia or
In addition to our extensive slock of Boots
and Shoes will be fouud a large and well se
lected stock of
HATS 0, g CAPS.
Suitable for the Fall end Wintrr Trade.
Merchants and Furnace Owners visiting our
city are invited lo call and examine for them
elver. To the Ladies. We are now manufactur
ing a stierior article of laidies' and Misses'
Gaiters' Buskius and Slippers, ili.ving pro
cured some of the best workmen in ihe W est,
we are p m pa red lo supply those who want
Leather. One Thousand lbs, Red Sole
Lraihei, 12.00 lbs, No. 1 White Sole Leather,
3f dozen French calf Skins. 25 dozcu Craw
ford's Skills, 10 dozen Kip Skins. Upper
leather and Shoe Findings alwavs on hand
and for sale at the lowest Liarkel price.
January SJ. ISD4 1 y.
I JO.t l ROTlTK.-Notiie is hereby giv-
en, lhal a Tetitioo will be prrsrnted, ut
the next session of tl Commissiiniers of
Vinton couii'y. Ohio, praying for an altera
tion of that part of the Athens and RlcAr-
thur Road described as lollows, to wit:
CommencinK at the West end of the bridge
across Big Raccoon, neer the land of W. H.
Klack, in ivnox township m said county ;
thence runniu North west 30 or 40 rods
along the old Nlill road; thence nearly West
to the high ground above hih water mark;
IIipiicc a South-west courseou the lower bench
of the hill, on the North side of the creek on
said Black's land; continuing said lut men
tioned direction until it intersects the old
Road west of a lu'te roc k, on ihe bank ol
said creek, on said Black's land; thence along
(or near) the old road 'o the first run on Ja
cob Ted row's land; thence through the field
on Ihe Noith side, on the best ground, inter
secting the old road in the most convenient
place; thence the nearest and best route thro'
the low gap at Win. Meyers place in Madison
lo.viifliip, in said county; theme the nearest
and best way to the fool of the big hill near
M.Keeves house; thence on the neatest and
best ground lo Maurice A Ibough's, there to
end; and Petitioners pray for a view and al
teration of the sarre. Maky Pltiticm.1!s.
august 3, '55 4wJ
ROAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby giv-en.
that a Petition will be presented at
the next session of the County Commission
ers, within and for the county of Vinton. O.,
praying for an Order of Survey, lew and an
alteration and location (if found to be a good
route) of a County Road, within said coun
ty, commeneina for the same at the bridge,
near the house of Jacob Ankroin, iu Jackson
townshin. thence alone the McArthur Road
to the corner of said Jacob Ankrom's meadow:
thence on the South side of the road leading
lo McArthur; thence Eastwardly lo a Susiar
tree, on the land of James McMichel, uear
the corner of his field at the Tow nship road;
thence along the East side of tl.e hollow,
through the land of Isaac Wyscarver; thence
through said Mi-Michel's land to a erven tree
on the laud formerly owned by Jacob Lutz;
t hence up the lett nana side ol the hollow to
near John Clawsou's spring; thence to white
Oak tree, at the eud of said Clowson's lane;
thence to John Hawk's fence, and alone said
fence to intersect the road It-sdiue Irom Lo
cust Grove to McArthur, and there to end;
and that said pari of said first mentioned
McArthur road be vacated.
july 27 IwJ Makt Petitioners.
J m W OltK. of everv descripiiou neatly
tested, tt this Office.
M CGCTFEY'S SERIES CCMFLEE.
O PL1.LEUS, First, Second, Third Fourth
O and Filth Readers. 'Ihe Ikmau's Young
Piiicii'. Primary Gramme,
" Fugli-h'l'e her,
P.av's Aiethniaiic, Tarts First. Second and
t hiol. Ku' Algebra. Parts First and Second.
l1Gulley's Elec tio Piimers.
'Ihe l.li iiieutary Seller.
Webs'.ei's school Dictionary.
Mitchcl's Piimarv Geocraohr.
Miti litis laie school Geoiiranby, latest
Copy Books. Slates, Pencels and all kinds
ol Muiicuury lor schools, lor salett
Rlsf, I'loCKkMiiuc Decline
KNOW -NOTHING ISM,
'pilE " SUPREME ORDER OF THE
J. Stab Si'anolku liAKStVin McArthur
und Vinton County, with Sketc iies of some
d its Member, cniluociug Men bants, Law
eis, Clerlt, Mechanics und Lnhoiini? Men.
Together with the Siyis, fjrii.s, Puts-Words,
Oaths etc., etc.,
W ill 1 published on Saturday, Sopt. I,
IfcOS, (under Ihe above tittle,) a pamphlet ol
pajes of closely printed matter, illustra
ted with come of the devices of the Order.
Pk ice ii5 i ts. To be had ol Merchants gen
eiuliy, and Bockrelhsr.
HAVING a large Stock of Day Books,
Journals and Ledgers, made of excel
lent par and bound well in slurp, with
Morocco or Russian bands. will sell them
for a t-w iiiuiiths ot I'uices Stiii'iiisiKOLV
Those in wunt of Ehnik Bo lt end who
buy for use or to sell tiiin run have burpuins
that uiHtutikfy UmiiHlits ond oLit the times.
'Ihis is savings good deal ; I mean ivhat 1
say. J. K. WHITTEMORE,
No. 1, Union Block, Second st.
CiiillIvotuk, Ohio. may lb,'551
ri!RVAI.I!l.G m ICJDIISMOS pRIUAXT,
CENTER M I1EEL1JSG WHARVES
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Has large and extensive Ware Houses, and
is piepu red with every facility, to atlend to
all business, entrusted to his cure, proerly
lie forwards freight by Carloads or otherwise
September il.lbay. ly
Road Tax 1855.
rOHE rate of Taxation for Road purposes.
A. in Vinton county, for the year 1&55, is
nt the rate ol Ten Cents on each Hundred
Dollars valuation of taxable proper')-, which
n:iiy lie dis, -harged by labor en the Roads, un
lit r the direction of the Supervisors of the
set ere. I Distiicls, ut the rule of one dollar
Auditor V. C. O.
C. 1'. 'll;.LV. t, J, OAKfcS.
C. P. TRACY & CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
Cue door Mow I'. Kimiry & lYs Hunk,
J rout Strrtt, I'URTSMOLTIJ, O.
April 27. IbCD. 1 v.
IKON, NAILS AND STELL.
3000 Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
300 Kegs assorted cut und wrought Nails.
UOOO Lbs. square, round and octuaon
Steel. Just received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July 29. 1K.X
$g DR. DUN LAP,
O Cilice, McArthur House.
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
Feb. 16. 1655. lv.
(Successor to Smith end Holmes.)
Tin, Slittt Iron, mid t'ojipir Wans,
AI SO DF.Al EES, WHOLESALE RETAIL, IN
Stores, (,'rulcs. & UoUno Ware,
MARKET STREET, EAST SIDE.
Arrll 1654. I r.
NO. II. rilO'NIX, T. W. BA ec'MCK, jko. uaiicock.
U. 6iH? Water Street, NEW ORK.
Febnary 17. '54. 1 v.
Bauti Sc ClHik, Pluintiiis, Attachment
George Uliom, Fefendant. ) (Civil Action.)
THE Defendant will take notice that the
Pluintiiis iu the above case, on the 24th
day of July, a. d. IS'j.j, caused an order of
Attachment to lie issued hv J. W. SurrMtnn
justice oi tne t'eace lor iMk lownslup, Vin
ton county, unio, against ine iioods, tliat-
lie.--, vw nr, iiiinrti in citn its, lilgrus. treu-
ils. moneys ami efl'ec.ts of said IWi-nrlmit
an absconding debtor, of said county, to sat
isiv trie c aim oi i ne riuinn is tor kit in.
lars and r.inely-one cents, with ten per cent
intere.-t thereon from the 5th 1hv of April,
and fifteen dollars the probable c'oasi of this
sun, ami mat shhi cause lias Ik en continued
lor serviie on said Defendant, aud will be
for hearing lielore said Justice, al his office
in McArthur in saiil lounsliin. on ilm sol.
dav of Seuteinbei. a. A.. 1 KT)f nt I uYWl,
p. in. of said day, last utoremid.
augdow Jjnltcu oc tJLAKK.
SA M UE L 111. O ORE' S E S TA TE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Peter S.
Moore. Administrator of the HRlA tp flf
Samuel H. Moore, lale of the county of Vin
ton, deceased, h.is filed in tl.e Probate Court
oi win county lus accounts, aud vouchers for
inpi ection and final settlement, mnl ilmi
accounts will lie passed uoon hv a.ii.1 Pn,,ri
ou the 1st day of September, 1855. '
ii. r. us. wri t, rro. Judge V. co.
eng. 10 55 3w ' '
10,000 lbs ol Uool Wanted.
1W1SH to buy all the wool 1 can get, and
w ill pay the highest market prices,
may 2b, '55. tl E. A BRA1T0N.
A TTENTION, EVERYBODY.
A frails nrr lh. nuiil TnrTtAn iniUimni
1 . i. ii- M . i.
m. geiuuii eiiouj.li! ma at liBATTON s.
8 W AN S NE W TREATISE.
ul rcrrlverl, a Nw Edition of the
-l ri. . t- . .
- Burnt ,um, i.n rorms complete lor
Just it es' of the Peace. F.very Justice and
nn;..A- Pt.n..l.i . n
vuiwci Auvuitt uatcuue. van &on, It
ANNOUNCES to the citizens of V
ton county, that be has just receive , .
new stock of Rooks and Stationary, ciusiti...,.
in part of
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from SI CD '
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Douni in Morocco, gilt and common bin .!
Weems Life of WAsnisoTojr,
" " Fsakklik.
" " " Mabios.
Lifo of Dakiel Books,
" Ulack Hawk,
' TfcCU IIS EACH.
Shakespsas's works complete.
Life of I'. T. Barsum.
De Aur.ir.Ns's History of the Rcfonnntioit.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF KhowLEuot.
Rixaldo Rikaldina, a Romance.
Hale's History ol the United States.
Grimshaw's History of the United States.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale.
MASONIC W RKS.
The Craftsman, the Light of Ihe Temple.
and Meloddles for the Craft, containing an
excellent selection ot Hymns and Odes' suita
ble lor evry occasion.
SON O BOOKS.
Tl American Sonester, Parlor Sonester,
Exile of Erin, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro
Songs, and a variety of other Song Boons.
Moral and Instructive story books lor chil
dren, Pictorial Toy Books for childwu.of evary
Justices' Dockets. Legers and Duy Bools.
hound in leather and half binding, of all sizes.
Beet Cap Puper, Blue Post Letter Paper,
Commercial NotePaner, Bill Paper, also Ink.
Quills, Steel Peus, Sand Boxes, Iiihslands,
Wafers, Writing Sand, aud Stationary of'
every kind, all of which will be sold at tha
lowest ligures, for cash. may 1 55. tl
MAIN STREET, McARTnUR, OHIO,
MIiLK AM) 1IABMSS MASl'FACTCBEB,
l forms his mimerous.Jas&
,M H Customeis and the public, generally.
thai lie is now prepared to supply all demand
in the way of Saddles; Buggy, Coach, and
Team lSiil'li6:Cours.irAins auii Rmtn
and every other article connected with tho
Trade; all Manufactured out of the best Ma-
leriuls. and by the best of Workmen. Cull
nd examine Work end Prices, before you
urchuse elsewhere. 3
COr HIDES, &c taken in cxihang
I t the highest Market prices.
O N, J1UHUAV, f. 11. IIL'HEAY, JAS. ll'ltF.AS
Ik 'I I I
Imnojters of. and Dealers m.
HAIJDW tRE AND CUTLERYJ .
SIGXOFTIIE FROM ST.
WE will duplicate bills with any reeular
jobbing House in the West. Country mer
chants, farnace proprietors, railroad contrac
tors, and otners, wiiisubserve their interests by
giving us a calL
May It), 54. ly.
GEO. 11. WILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DMGS, CHEMICALS, TAINTS,
varnish, dyes.pvre essential
oils, instruments, brush
es of e ver y descrip tion,
Fancy Articles, Druggists'' Shop Fur
fiilur,tius nare,nmdoa Glass,
Alcohol,- Jc, (fc, ij-c,
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
informs his friemU
and the public, that he is
now opening a large and
superior stock of Drugs,
-c, that have been selec
ted w ith i-crsoual care for
ViivsiriAKS nnd nistoniofa tt'ill finrl nnr
Trugsof the best quality, all of which vo
...Ml II .1. I .
w in sen ui me lowest prices.
J AM ALSO AGENT
For all kinds of TrIpii! Mpdirinrc Tnoltct,
Frelir h and fiernmn Wprtic Tntinrrn I'm.m
. " U,..VVV vibui9,
end a fine assurtmenl of Soips, Extracts and
Piitp Win.ic r I 1ce.iV tl
- in....'. I I II II . .... X WW,. . LI.
And Slaw Office,
opposite the post office,
PASSENGERS who stop at this House,
can take ihe Coach every morning lor
Chillicothe, lo Byer's Station, thence by Rail
Road; also, every morning for Athens, and
olher points South and East.
J lie proprietor assures all who favor mm
with a call, that no means will be spared to
make them comfortable and at charges to
suit tne times.
AND other Goods in his line of Business
are received by Express almost every
week from Boston, New York, and the Ciliea
of the West, by J. R. WHITTEMORE.
may I3.'55. Second St., Chillicotlie, O.
S)C YANKEE Straw Cutlers, from 1 to
" ; received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL fie CO.
Jul? 29. Ife53.
- YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the GilUnvi
X O DENNING, CAMPBELL& CO.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
IHAVE this day sold to Westfall, Stewart
6 Co. my entire interest in th Cineiru
nali Furnace Comoauv. aud am there for m
longer partner therein,
Cincinnati r ubkace, June 21, IS55, ' .
July2U 4l . JOHN EOEEiKS.
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