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Write "TRAITOR" on His Brow!---Hamden Fusion Convention.
farce in the political ac
tions of our county came off on Mon
day the 10th inst., by the nomination
o! D. D. T: Hard, as a candidate for
the legislature, by an Abolition Fu
sion Convention. The leading spirit
of which Convention was one on.
us, a brawling Abolitionist of the
vicinity of Wilkesville, as we are
I Ins nomination was of course un
expected to all honest old Whigs w'io
spurn the Know Nothing organizations
and who of course have never been
counseled about this nomination, as no
persons out side of the secret councils
are to be consulted or informed of their
acts. 1 hat this nomination was made
in the Know Nothing Councils of
Vinton we are certain; and the onlv
cause these midnight worthies had tor
meeting at Uamden was alone to draw
the appearance of an open day
nation of this traitor candidate.
We regret but one thing in connec
tion with this Convention, that is, that
the very day on which the best blood
of American Irish and Germen hearts
, t .J r i .iii
niSicu bo ireeiy on me aecKS ol our
XVleii-of'War in defence of the Con
ouiuuuuBi riguis oi our ciuzen9, on
the .occasion of Periiy's Victory,
ouumu ue aesecratea ly such a set ol
men as composed this Convention, in
Benedict Arnoldizing D. D. T- Hard
the traitor to his friends and Dart vi
lli ay he reap the fruits of his baseness,,
STILL MOKE ILV GOODS. ;
J. K. & D, Will have just receiv.
-J c . I . . . . . T.
eu one oi uie test stocK ot goods, as
they inform our readers in another col
umn, ever brought to McArthur. Mr.
J. K. Will has been spending some
time in the Eastern cities, and has
spared no pains in making selections;
and Dan. is determined to sell cheap
and spare no trouble nor pains showing
this large stock to the public. Call
j'tnd examine for yourselves before buy.
! ng elsewhere.
Cleanse the Party.
j Keep it before the people, that the
Democratic party want all such traitors
as D. D. T. Hard to go and do like
wise. We don't want to belong to a
party that such a man acts with.
Gov. Johnson's Letter to True
We call the especial attention of our
leaders to the letter of Judge Johnson,
who was the Whig' candidate for Gov.
mor a few years since. Let every
man, Democrat, Whig and Free Soil
er read this letter; it is a true history,
and the Judge is a true Whig and none
of your political gamblers and trick
fters for c-flke.
[For the McArthur Democrat.]
Know Nothings Still in the Field.
Mr. Editor: I understand that
notwlistading the groat professions ol
the friends of Salmon P. Chase
and ticket of which he is the head,
that there is nothing but the Slavery
quouijoii invoivpu in me present cam
yuign; that William L. Edmiston, the
"accidental Llerk" and the erand
Cuy-Ass-ticutus of the Know Notli
ing party in V niton county, with full
power from Tom Spooner to organize
and instruct lodges in this county, has
been actively engaged during the week
last past in soliciting nun in the coun
ty to assist in getting up Know Noth
ing lodges in their neighborhoods. It
is true that lie has met with poor suc
cess; that men have become so awaken
ed that they will no longer be humbug
ged. Jjul as this "accidental Clerk"
is professedly a main supporter of the
Chase ticket, it shows how hollow
hearted all their professions on the
subject of slavery as well as Know
No'ihingism are. Like the old maid
who prayed for the Lord to send her a
husband, and who mistook the voice
of an owl in the tree-top above screeoh
ing "who! who!! WHO'.il" to be the
Lord's answer to her prayer, demure
ly held tip her hands and ejaculated,
"anybody, good Lordj so it is a man!'?
So the opposition to the Democracy
this year think "anybody or anything,
good Lord, so we get all the 'offices!"
. Will the honest people .of Vinton
county suffer themselves to be the tools
of these miserable demagogues and po
litical husksters longer? Will they
suffer these corrupt leaders of the
Know Nothing and Abolition ' factions
to barter and selt thtm like "sheep in
the shambles?" .. Freemen, of Vinton
county, have you no principles-that
you hold dear? It so, then on the
JJd Tuesday of October put your em
phatic veto to this conduct on record
by voting against the entire Chase
ticket and all who may sustain it, and
for the entiie Democratic ticket-the
ticket of the only party in the country
which sustains the Constitution and
institutions of your country as our
fathers gave them to us: in their puri
ty! Do this, and check the. wicked
spirit of fanaticism and intolerance
that is seeking to overrun and control
JAMLS McCOMJiL'S JiSIATK.
JVTOTlCEjs hereby given, that the under
X.y signed lias been appointed and qualified
Executor of the lati VV ill and Testament ol
James McConnel, late of -the county of Yin
ton, deceased. TA TRICK- MURDOCH,
sept. 1 3-3 w
UhU. AilUiSaUiVS iiilAli,.
NOTICE is hereby given, that tha under
signed has been appointed and qualified
Administratrix of the &tate ot George At
kinson, late of the county of Vintou, de
ceased. AVADltfA ATai59.
I have iust received a large lot of Groceries
X tbat t variant gooa or
no .sale, at the
fewest Cash rice,.
J. K. fc D. WILL
ARE now receiving and opening the law
est and best setected stock ol
FALL A.D Win GOODS
ever brought to this market; The senior
partner having spent considerable time in the
cities ol Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Vork
and Boston in selecting and purcbasihg. fend
having paid careful attention to the latest
styles and most improved pa terns of all-articles
of dress goals and wearing apparel,
theyare confident their stock cannot bi sur
passed, either in matniiiwU n ..;.. r
j ev any in mis country. It consist in
part as follows: Ladies' press Goods, nd
shawls of every witty and style; Cloths,
tasanneres and Tweeds of all kinds; Ready
and boys; an extensive assortment of Hat.
i ""u atioea; Hardware, Queen.
Wre yV3 large itotk of Groceries, Well
hu ,iuow raper.and a complete assort
ment ot potions, Trimmings, ad. lu ghort
.c., Bioc, is complete in every department,
aud will positively be sold at the lowest pri-
IXH I'rrullir Al at 1 1 i.i.l - I
- v mil auilUB WaulCO,
sept. 13 tf.
ON HAND AGAIN,
WITH A FALL AND WINTER STOCK
I . v" w, nw receiving
V tHlr fall Block of Knflto Khrm 11...
and Leather, and they wg leave to invite the
attention oi wnuiesale and retail dealers to
examine their stock, feeling willing to assure
yon that they can give you goods upon such
terms as will be perfectly satisfactory
iiieir slots, was mostly ordered of the
inuiiumciiirers, aim ubasbeen the ir rhipf ,u
aigu 10 select an assortintut of both
STAPLE & FANCY,
o u stiopica to Uie approaching season. They
also keen Custom Wotk cohslhuHv nn hn.(
ttiA muLo ..... -I. .J. . '
..i-..no num j oraer, upoa mo shortest
, . , asBifftmeni n Hats
ui varied syies, an ot which they will sell
at low figures. .
I wo doors abort the Franklin House.
l imn ivroi, lUtliaiYlUU III, O.
ep. l-J, W-bw
r mr i .. .
I nersigneailesire again to Under
k. moir uia ks lo r inr . mJ.. ... ..
.10rpai lavors, and advise them of th
x at... l - ..... ....
' now receiiii in,l n.,,.
ing at llw Brick corner, a Larfi"aiid Splend
uoiocsoi rdL,L, AND H7.V T P. If mt v
loimisima or r n,,i.i.
quality, suited to the wants of their custom
ers and the community? whir), ih. i..
tlwinsclves lo sell as low ta the r li &,fct
iu thu or any ol tht western markets. Tliev
win noi rjoast, brag, or banter, but thru do
not MiUnd to bt txctlltd
.i , afw UUUir
y of ihur Loodt, ntithtr do they intend to
And while invitine the attention nf th.t.
customers to the proscts which are ahead,
uc iiu ,0 remina tnem of the fact, that
some ot them are in the
settlements make long friends." That their
Auction Aotes. and Umr Btr.,i; .
p ,,u.u. aiiu ia view oi ttie
-uuuu.Mueoi me crops, and means which
are at their command, it is hoped they will
pay up the old score, or at least totil. h.
note, aud commence anew.
M SHAUiS & REYNOLDS,
ep. 13. '55 tf.
ALLGEMEINEB EKANTM ACHUNQ t
PATENT LIQUID GLVE.
riHIS celebrated and very useful article,
J. the invention of a rlphrmH t'n.i;ch
Chemist, and much used in Europe is now
offered lo the Public at a price that places it
the reach of all.
(r Ko Housekeeper should be without it.
with this article they an immediately re
pair pny article of Furniture, such as China,
Glass or Wood, that may have been broken
ithout the trouble and expense of sending
to the Cabinet Makers. For sale at
. A. BttATrON-S.
JACOB MITCHELL'S ESTATE-
NOTICE is hereby given, that Job Mitch
ell, Administrator of the Estate of Ja
cob Mitchell. Jr., late of the county of Vin
ton, deceased, has filed in the Probate Court
said county his accounts and vouchers as
such administrator for inspection and final
settlement, and that said accounts will be
passed upon by said Court on the22dday of
October. 1655. . B. P. HEWITT,
sepi-13 3vr. Pro. Judge V.C. 0.
ISAAC MORRISON'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Lemuel S.
Payne, Executor of the last Will and
Testameiitof Isaac Morrison, late of Vinton
county, deceased, has filed in the Probate
Court of said county his accounts and vouch
ers for insjiectiou and final settlement, and
ihat said accounts will be passed upon by
said Court on the22d day of October, 1855
B. P. HEWITT, Pro, Judge V. C.
sept .13 3v.
MARKETS. McArthur, September 13
Buttei per lb.. ,12
Smoked Hains,- 11
Lard per lb. 8
" Shoulders,-.. 9
" Sides,- 9
Brooms,. .. 30
Beans, W. 2.00
Molseeet pr gal. 60
Nails, Sd to tOd, CalO
Oats,.... .. 40
Potato's, Irish, 50
Peacnes, D., 2.00
Porkprcwt ' 4,00
Sugar N. 0., 10
"Loaf, ' 15
Salt, per bbl 3,50
" Table, pr Sack, -37
Soap per lb ......3tt5
Teas, i. H. 75
' Impeiial tlOO
Coffe .' ........14
Cloverjeed- . 600
Eggs pel doz 6
Flour per hun. 4,00
Flour .per bbl 68,00
Flax Seed 75
Feathers.f ., .40
Fish. White,..- 6
" Mackerel..-. 6a 10
Wheat per bu. -. 1,00
MARKETS. McArthur, September 13 Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
BUSKIRK & DAVIS.
No. 1. Block
PORTSMOUTH, Sept. 13, 1855.
" Crushed.. 10
utoom8 nrdos miuW,
Bacon Hams per lb, 91
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 45
Teas, loose in packs.
V.H., lb. 45a60
Beans, W. per bu. 3.00
Candles, mould. . 15
Tobacco M4R. cav.2S
Cotton Yarns-... 181
Cheese, V.R. lb.8iot
Oil, Lard ureal... 80
uoiiee, Kio-. lo
Oil,Liaseed M ... 100
Oats pr, bu. , 50
Hour pi bbl tt
reaches,i;ned.. . 2,00
Potatoes, Irish.. 125
Feathers pr lb 45
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,00
Saleratuipr lb,. - 5o5J
Tallow PI lb,.... II
tisn, Uod pi lb..... o
Lard pi lb.i. ' y
nmoyiy seea, 13 pu
UolaBseg, . U. ral 4UI
Wbeatpr bu.-... 1,50
Wbisker, Common 3(j
, mvu uaia, aj
ROAD NOTICE TO NONRESIDENTS.
nOLGLASS PUTNAM, and all other un
J7 n own owners of lands through hich
uiiunmgaescriDea rotd runs, will take
potict tbat a Petition for an alteration has
been presented according to law, and that at
the September session of the Commissioner
oi Vinton county, Ohio, an order was made
ior view ana surve) for an alteration of
uiaipariOI tne Atbeni anH M A Hn.J
described as follows.
at the West end of the bridge across Bia Rat-
near uie touu or w. u. Black, in Anok
tonsnm. in said couhtv t)u.n
a - -j , -..vi.vw aui.(.,..K
rforth-weat 30 or 40 rods along the old Mill
roaa; ineno nearly west to the high ground
above bigb water mark; thence a south-west
course on the lower bench of the hill, on the
norm sine oi ine cieek, on said Black's land:
continuing said last mentioned direction un
til It interSKCtl the old road v.Mt nt
rock on the bank of said creek.on said Black's
land; thence alongor near the old rosd to the
first run cn Jacob Tedrow's land; theuce thro'
tne field nu the north si e,oo the best ground,
intersecting the old road in the feusi k-nn.
nient . place; thence the nearest and best route
inrougn uie low gap at Wm. sieyers' place, in
Madison township, in said county; thence
the nearest and best way to the foot of the
big hill near M. Reeves' house; thence on
the nearest and best ground to Maurice At.
UJ h'. .Kami . n a J 17!
-v6 q wmu, .iuo viewers ana sur
veyor will meet on said rodon the twelfth
uy oi uctober, 1855, and then and there
proceed to view said proposed alteration
fix a compensation ou lauds appropriaied for
""u auu asscsa an oaniauea. vc,
September 6'58 5.
llE AD Y-JMDE CLOTHING
HAMPTON &. CAMPBELL, ' .
Of tht lata Arm el H.npton, WlUoa k Oo, '
Kb. 8J Ihlrd Stmt brntcrn Wood & market)
ARE now rereiving their stock of Fall
and WinierGotxis to which they call
the attention of Westkhs m rniMi a nts
Among their assortmmt will be found
MEN AND BOYS CLOTIILVQ
Of every possible description; also Troy and
Hartford Shirts and Collars. Wool. Me
and Cotton Undershirts and Draweis, Silk
and Linnen Handkerchiefs, Men's Hosiery.
Suspenders, Cravats, Neck Ties, Stockj.
Gloves. &c. Also.a ceneral assortment ot
INDIAN UVbliEU GOODS.
We intend this stock shall aim v ha niu
of the largest, the beat furnished, and the
most beautiiul and complete to be found in
the United States. Our ronnertinn with mi
of the largest houses in Massachusetts where
the utmost care has been bestowed in their
manufacture, civ eg us advantaces which will
enable us to sell Goods at Eastern Jobbers
prices, which we are determiued to do, and
also enables us to offer
A greater variety ot Goods to our cus
tomers tnan bas hitherto been
found in this Market.
We RSpectlullr Solicit the natrnnnoa nt all
buyers visiting this city. The orders of our
customers shall be Dronmilv and KAtiiifurtnr.
ily filled on terms as liberal as bv anv nther
house in Uie country.
HAMi'TOSt & CAMPBELL.
Sept, 6 '55 3m.
Wilson, Childs & Co..
Stiaaesore to Ilamplon. Wilton 4 C.,)
Wholesale Dealers in
FoKEf GN Sl DOME8TIC DRY-GOODS,
Ko. 4i Wood & 102 Third Streets,
ARE now opening a very complete assort
ment of Drr Goods, and bv the first
September will be able to exhibit a very at
tractive stock. Thev resneclfullv invilu an
early call from all engaged in the trade.
N.ORE Goons a. nnrSftPBiii-i "" "
Ihave just received a new supply of Wau,
. PAPER and BordCur: the largest lot aver
brought to McAuhur.
Also, COFFEE, Rice, Molasses, To
jucco's, &c: all of which I will sell
at the lowest -inures. E. A. Bkatto::.
MARGARET CASSILL'S ESTATE.
Notice is hereby given, that the undersign
bas been appointed and dulv Qualified
as Administratrix of the Estate of Margaret
uasiii, laieoi vinion couniy, ucceaiu.
Aug. HDtn -00 LEWIS A. ATWOOD.
Shades A Reynolds, Pl't'lTs iToAtUcbaeaU
George fJllom, Defendant. ) (Civil Action.)
I HE Urlendant will lake notice, that the
Plaintiffs in the above case, oil the 24th day
9i Juiy, a.a. iooo, caused an Order of At
tachment to be issued bv J. W. Su-matm..
Justice of the Peace for Elk township, Yin-
ton county, umo, against the gorxls, chat ilrs.
stocks, interest in stocks, rights, credits,
moneys and effects of said Defendant, an
absconding debtor of said county, to satisfy
the claim of the riaintiflV for live dollars
nd eiehty-sil cents and fifteen dollars the
probable costs of suit and that said cause
has been continued for service on 6a id Dcftnd-
nt. and will be lor hearing befoie said Jus
tice, at bis office in McArthur, in said town
ship, on the 8th day of September, a. d.
1855, at 10 o clock a. m.. of said dav, last
aforesaid. SHADES REYNOLDS.
aug. 10 551
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE Tjfe AL
EE IN FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
GOODS, QUEENSWARE, CHINA,
Ho. I Ea.arpnat8olld.nl a, front St., FartKaoma.
Jd Aosnst, 185S. , SdingtuL. IS
THE UNDERSIGNED ia now in receipt
of Ma 1'mII Stock of Dry Goods,
BONNETS, Hats. Caps. &c, to which
2V he invites the special attention of mr.r-
clianls aud furnace owners, with the assu
rance that the Goods will be sold'aa tow as
they can be bad from Uie New York and
Philadelphia jobbers, and at such pricA as
will save the expenses on purchases made in
Late purchases and importations of Glass
and Queensware make my stock very . large
and complete, all of which is offeied at the
lowest rate and on libera! terms.
It is the true interest of merchants and
dealers to buy (500 per month near home in
preference to V3.uuU semi-annually at a dis
tant Doint thus keeoins their stocks fresh,
and distributing their bills payable in a shape
the more easily paid.
J AS. TURSELL.
Portsmouth, 0.. Dec 22, 1854.
WU6LKALI AKD ETA1L LEA LEI IS
. k'c, , e. ; , c, 4 , ,
: Main Btrcej, McJsatli'uii.Olilo..
SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY.
CHANGE OF TIME.
fANand after Friday, 1st of June, 1855,
w trains will run as follows, lo wit:
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at
o clock A. M. and arrive at Jackson at 19
o clock M. Returning leave Jackson at 1
o clock P. M. and arrive at Portsmouth at ;
o'clock P. M.
Tram No. 2 leav Jackson at7t o'clock A
, and arrive at Portsmouth at 1 1 'o'clock A
. Keturning leave Porumouth at2 P. M
ana arrive kt Jackson at 6 O'clock P. Mv
Trains StODOHLV for DashiAra at th Int.
lowing stations, to wit: Sciotoville, Webster,
Washington and Gallia Stations, Portland,
viva Auaua ana irw in Station.
r i ,J.W' WEBB SuperLatendent
7une 15, '55. 2c-tf.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND .AFTER arLTl
less . " -
lOtiaJ. ft IMIIV Lin i m.;i
voatnes win run regularly between McAr
thur and Byer'a Station; as followt :
Leave McArthur at 5 o'clock, A. M.. bas-
.u.vu6 .iBiimcu oj, arrive at iiyer s at
9 n. .
Retftrning. leave Byert at 5, P. M.. Das
etna tkMlimd IJ .. .1 f I n a .
...a lV.,sjVflU i.on.uea oi, r. M.; arriva at
mciruiuraio.r. m,; connecting with the
nianeua cineinna 1 K. H. t.i ,J i
A Dailv Coach will leave McArthur every
morninufor .ilbanV.Pomernv Ath.n. u.,l
"'6 xoncmuurg ana Marietta.
June lst,'55. tf. Il.T. HOYT.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. R.
jaaoii.Mjt.K3 leaving Columbus at 2:15
jl a. m., Cincinnati at o a. n... nr rKin:
co the at 11 a. m.. arrive at Bvera' ion
east of Chillicothe) at 12:30 p. m.
A Train leaves Byere' dailv Sundays ex
cepted at I.-40 p. m., by. Which -passengers
arrive at Chillicothe at 3:15 p. m.. Cincinnati
at 8 .20 p. m., or Columbus at ll:t: p. jn..
Stages to and from Athens, Fomeroy, Mc
Arthur, Hamden, Jackson, Gipoli8, &.c.
connect with the Trains at Byers', and pas'
engrrsran nisEe ire trip fetween either of
these places and Columbus. Cuirinmi;
Chillicothe in a single day.
An accommodation Tmin is run daily
except Sundays from Chillicotha m Ro
chester and back.
Passengers by this train leave Chill
at 5 a. m ., and arrive at Cincinnati at n i l
m., or Columbus at 1:45 n. m. Ta rv.
lumbus at 11 a. m., or Cincinnati at 4 n .
and arrive at Chillicothe at 10 d.bi.
Fare from Byers' to Cincinnati 3 fiO
do.. do. to Chillicothe 70
Thtoueh Tickets between fVili.mS,.. .n.i
Chillicothe M.OO. to be had onlv at Colum
bus and Xenia Railroad Ticket Office at Co
lumbus, and on the cars of Marietta and Tin.
cinnati Railroad on leaving Chillicothe.
laug. 10 55.tr. JOHN WADDLE.
R. ILOYD & CO.,
Wholesale boot & shoe Warehouse
Ko, I. Bntkrje Block, Front Street.
HAVE lust received their extensive Fall
Stock, consisting of all the latest styles
and fashions. Our 6tock having been pur
chased direct from the manufacturers, min.
cipally for cash, with great care in the se
lection ol quality ana sizes adopted to the
Western trade, we are enabled to olfer su
perior inducements this Fall, and are Aalet.
mined not to be undersold bv anv reeular
house either la New York,t Philadelphia or
In addition to otir extensive stock of Boots
and Shoes will be found a laree and well se
lected stock of
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade.
Merchants and Furnace Owners visitine our
city are invited to call and examine for the ni
To the Ladies. We r.re now manufactur
ing a superior article of laidies' and Misses'
Gaiters' Busk ius and Slippers. Havine nro
cured some of the best workmen in the West,
we are prepared to supply those wlio want
Leather; One Thousand lbs. Red Sole
Iathei,12.00 lbs, No. 1 White Sole Leather,
3C dozen French talf Skins, 25 dozen Craw-
fords 6kihB, JO dozen Kin Skins. Unnei
leather and Shoe Findings alwava on band
and for sale at the lowest market 'price.
January zu. leai y.
1M1 NOTICE. Notice is heteb giv-'
en, thot a Petition will be presented, at
the next session bf the Commissioners' of
Vinton coun'y, Ohio, praying for an altera
tion of that part of the Athens and McAr
thur Road described as follows, to wit:
Commencing at the West end of tha bridge
across Big Raccoon, near the land of W. H.
lilacs, in Unox township in said county;
theuce running North west 30 or 40 rods
along th old Mill road; thence .nearly "West
... . LI. L 1 -1 1. L - 1 .
iu me uiuu gruunu a wive nign waier mara;
thence a South-west course on the lower bench
of the hill, on the North side of (the creek o.i
said iMack's land; continuing said last men
tioned (iipction until It intersects the old
Road w est of a fares rock, on the bank of
Said creek, on Said Black's land; thence along
(or near) the old road to the first run on Ja
cob Tedowr lnd ihsnca through the field
on tne Rorth side, on tne best ground, inter
sec ting tr.3 old road in the most convenient
place; thence the nearest and best route thro'
the low gap at Wm: Me ers' place iq Madison
township, in said county; thence the neatest
and best way to the foot of the big hill near
M.Keees' house; thence od the'neaiest and
best ground to Maurice Alboorh's, '.there to
eud; and Petitioner pray for a View and al
teration of the same. Mast Petitiovub.
eu'tst 5,- '55 4w)
NOTICE. Notice is hertb) given,
tbat a Petition will be piesented at
the next session of the County Comim:sion.
ers, within and for ihe county of Vinton. O.j
pravine lor an order of buirey. view and an
alteration and location (if found to be a good
route) ot t lOunty ttoad. within said coun
tv. commencing for the same at the bridge.
neat the house of Jacob Ankrotn, in Jackson
tawDship, thence along the McArthur Road
to the corner ol said Jacob Ankrou s meadow:
thence on the South side of the road leading
to McArthur; thence Easlwardly to a Sugar
tree, on tne land ol James McMicliel, ntar
ttte corner of his field at the Township toad;
. . AH. , h. 1Tb-. . . a. .. M
through the land of Isaac Wvscarver; thence
through said MiMichel's land to a green tree
on the land formerly owned by Jacob Lutz;
tnence up toe leit nanu side ol tne hollow to
uear John Clawsou's spiiug; thence lo white
Oak tree, at the end of said Clowsoo's lane:
tbence to John Hawk's fence, and along said
fence to intersect the road leading from Lo
cust Grove to McArthur, and thereto end;
and tbat said part of said first mentioned
McArthur ioad ba vacated.
U(ilj21 4w Maet Pnmovm. .
4 uia V 1AK. ol evuy tesciinuM aaatlv
M CGUFFEY'S SEfclES fcOMPLEE.
SPELLERS, Fust, Second, third Fourth
and Fifth Reader. The Heman'a Young
XAttiea neatiers. ,.
Pineo'a Primary Orariamelr,
" Analytical -
Rayti Aretlimatic. Parts First Second and
Third, Ray's Algebra, ParU First and Second.
mcuuiiev s iviectio mrhera.
The ElementarT Soelltr.
Webster'a achool riirtlanar.
... . .. :
MkrhaPa Pr!mir fmf4r h
Mitcher laise achooT Geoe'nrnhr. fa (eat
cuiutfn. ...... ,
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Copy Book. Slate. Prnceli and all kind
oi stationary for School t, fur sale at
Dite, Prog rco j4 Oeclln
HE "SUPREME ORDER OF ThE
CTAB SPABOLED BAMarn" ill Mp Arthur
and vinion Uuntr. With Skelchea of anm
oi its Members, embracing Merchants, Law-
rem. tirrn, wecnahics and Laboring Men,
Together with tht Signs, Drip, Pass-Words,
vamr, cic., etc., .
Will be publibhed1 on fettuitlay, Eept. I,
teoa, runner the abora tittlnA a n.'.nkl-.t r
O., ' . , -. " f.y.y v.
ui ctoseiy printed matter, lllustr.
ted with sorbe of the device of the Order,
ruicg isa cts. 10 be had ol Marrh.nt.
erelly, and Bookseller.
UAViisa a large Stocks of Day Books,
Journal and Leduers. mail nr tI.
lent paper and bound well in sheep, With
morocco or ituasian bands.. I will sell them
for a few months at Pmrra Knai..n..
Low! ' '
Those in want of Blank Bool$ and who
duj or use or to sell attain can hav hnr,n,.
thut will satixfy thcinsclvt$ and tuit tkt time.
Phis is sayiiiggood deal I mean What 1
j. J. tt. WtUiTEMORE.
No. I, Union Block, Second sh
Chillicothe, Ohio. mayl8,55
F0RV1RDISQ AND COMLSSION KERl'DiST,
CENTER WHEELING WHARVES
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT.
Has laree and extensive Ware Houa. and
is preparen wiin every laciuty, to attend to
an ousinus, entrusted tolas care, properly
He forwards freight bv Car loads or nth.Tu.i
oepiemDcr x.iboj. ij
Road Tax. 1855.
rpUE rate of Taxation for Road purposes,
m. iu i timn couniv. ior ine vear imm
i mc rate oi xen taenia on fr h Hiiniti
Dollars valuation of taxable pVoperty, which
may be discharged bv labor n tha Roari nn.
der the direction of the Supervisors Of the
several at the rate of
Auditor V. C. O.
TBiCr. ...i.i...r. , oakes.
C. P. TRACY & CO.,
Manufacturers and WholesaU
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
LEATHER AMD FINDINGS.
One door below P. Klmiry t I'o'i Bank,
iront Strut, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 27, 1833. ly.
IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.
3000 Lbs. N orwav Nail Rrul.
400 Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nails.
3000 Lus. 6huare. round and nrtapnn
I T. . ... .. . ..
oicct. jusi received ai ineuiu Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
.July 2S. 1853.
DRj DU N LAP,
tCT Offlctf, McArthur House.
Feb. 16. 1835. ly.
Si Hi HOLMES.
Wi aaa IIWbbIIIIiVI
(Successor to Smith and Holmes.)
Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper Waret)
ALSO.bEALEES, WHOLESALE fc KETAIL, IB)
Stoves, Grates. & Hollow Watti
MARKET STREET, EaST SIDE.
Atrll 1554. y.
Washinjilon Iniou Insu
Office in Bouse' Block, rorntr Snptrior-Si;
and Public Square,
CAPITL- - - - - $22.CC0.
fTHHlS well known Home Company is pre
X pared, a Usual, to take risks bn the sa
fer classes of Pibpetty. Their fneans are
ample, and their rates are as reasonable -as
those of any sound Company.
Orr NO SPECIAL HAZARDOUS 6k
STEAM RISKS TAK-EN..C8
D. "B; Dunham, President,
Geo."' Mygatt, iVica President and
., -Trtasir, ..
O. N. Skeel. Secretary; - ' ' '
Geo. B. S&ftter, Gentfst Agenf
George Mygatt, Cleveland,
F. T. Backus. do.
A. S. Sandford, 'do. 1
Jacob Perkins, : do. . .
Benjamin Northrop, do1...
Geo. B. Senter,' do.
0. N. Skeels. ' ' da.
D. B. Dunham, do.
C. W. Cook, do.
Timothy Baker, Norwatk.
John Clark, Brunswick.
J. P. Robinson. Bedford. '
W. M. Powell. Cleveland, (WestsiJe l
&. r. oiiinnra, aoest,
lJuly'80'55 6w) . McArthur. Ohio,
1855, Fall Trade. 1855.
I!. D. SKULL j
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY
GOODS, CLOTHING, fBOQTS
. AND , 8H0KS. it HATS',?
' . . CAPS, BuNNETS4u
PAINT STREET, CmLL6f Ek
IS now prepared to supply Merchant and
Furnace' Proprietors, with all article ia
bi line tt fair price-add tiwni ifniuir ahte
term.- Mi slock is nv; Targe, and yrejl'ia.
soiled, audTwittbe ioli iavailably 'at Cia-
oaaU pica- if so 90s . j
ANNOUNCES to the citizen of V i
ton county, that he has fust recti -.
new Stock of Books aud Stationary,
waVh Y lirrr ri
m. i : r . an m .
a. l'uwa iiuiu at
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
iBoutid i Morocco.
gilt and common bu...!
Weeto' Life of WAiiniroTOr.
" - FaAisuar.
Lift of DASrtti Boost,
' Blacs Hawk,
S tt a (Ear cab' work complete.
ife bf Y. T. B.tninrir.
D Aubioki' History of the Reformation:
TOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Kaowtscos.
-RiiuLr6 RiALbiA, a Romance.
Hale's History of the United States.
Grimshaw'a History of the United Stats.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale.
MASONIC W RXS;
The Craftsman- the Light of the feinoir.
and Meloddie for the Craft, containing an
excellent selection of Hymni and Odes' sui ta
me ior evrj occasion.
The AhVerican Songster. Tartar Sonpeter.
Exile of Erin. SoncS of Old Ireland. Necrd
Songs, and a variety of other Song Boohs.
Moral and IniitriirtivB un knnL r. chil
dren, Pictorial To Book for children)! every
description. . ,
Justices' Docket. Lesera and Dav Bonk
bound In leather and half binding, of all sizes.
. 01 A11U-NAKY.
Best Cap Paper. Blue Post Letter Pane r."
Commerclal Note Paper, Bill Paper, also Ink,
Qdills, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, Inkstatids,
Wafers. Writing Sand, and Stationary of
every kind, all of which will bo sold at tha
lowest ngures, for cash. inaj4 '33. tf
MAIN STREET. MCARTHUR. GHIOi
SABLE AKD HaRSESS BASlFAfTCPEB,
I hi old S. tad oppolta J.K.fcO. Will', "
l forms hi numeronsMJb-iA
Customer and the public. Eeiiemll.r
jat he is bow prepared tosunolv all lp.nn.i
in the way of Saddles; Buggy, Coach, and
and eve7 olnr 'ticlo connected with '
Trade a Manufactured out of the best
rial'ana Dlne oest or Workmen.
A v. amine Work and Price, rvfora
jv-5- mwo, w., mum in exenang
a the highest Market prices.
S, MUBBAV, P. B. MUEBAT, JAS. M'Ag
Imnrutera of. ami TV.olnr.in
HARDWARE AND CUTLERYJ
SIGN OtTHE FR0I.T ST.
WE will dunlicate billa with anv rrm.W
jobbing House in the West. Country mer '
chants, farrtace brbprietors, railroad contraci
tort, and others, wlilsubserve their interests bv
givibg us a calL .
May ta, 54. ly.
GEO. 11. WILL,
vholesale and retail
bnbes. chemicals, paiivts.
VARNISH, DYES,PURE ESSENTIAL
OILS, INSTRUMENTS, BRUSH-
VF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
ANATOMICAL PRE PARA'
Fane Artirln llruirvt.tm' .)... P...
eancy Articles. Druggiatt' Shop Fur
niture.triass Ware,Windou Glass,
Alcohol, cj-c, dc, dc.
MAIN 8TREET MCARTHUR, OHIO,
informs his friends
and the public, that he is
now opening a large and
superior stock of Drugs,
f-c., that have been selec
ted with personal care for
Una it. Mike I.
Physicians and customers, will find our
friigs of the best quality, all of which w
will sell at the lowest prices.
I AM ALSO AGENT.
For all kinds of Patent Medicines, English;
French and German Herbs. .Tobacco. Cisars.
and a fine assortment of Soaps, Extracts and
Pure Wines. liune 15. 1855. tf.
And Stage Office,
orrottTE the post orrics,
PASSENGERS who stop at this House,
can take the Coach every morning for
Cbniicoihe, to Byer's Station, thence by Rail
Road; also, every morning for Athens, and
other points South and East.
The proprietor assures all who favor hinr
with k call, that no means will be spared to
make them comfortable ind at charge to'
suit the time. , (july 27,'WJ
AND other Good in his line of Businee'
are received by Express almost every
week from Boston, New York, and the Citie
th6 West, by i. R. WHITTEMORE.
may 18,55". Second St., Chillicothe, 0.
Ofl YANKEE Straw Cutter, from 47 to'
d J 12 ; received at the liilt Anvil.
. ' DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO. I
At PBATrivttT,E..Wi&a to. purchase Hide tat ,
which the highest Market price will begWeu,
i Jtnoary I855i tfj .
- Hardware. :
LIPPENCOTt'S Ax. warranted 30 dayi
or the money refunded. HatchslswaN.
ranted.1 TilletSoh Handsaws w emu ted..
Door Locks. Thumb Latcbe, Butt, Screw.
Augers; Smoothing- Iron, Curry Coriibi,
rHon Brishe4,'FUevRsns;.itt',iho vea
UuDiittiieluudwrelinf, at -