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LIST OF AWARDS.
J710R live foith riBtml Fuir of "Vinton coun
? tv, to hi held in McARTttUR.'Ott the
lint Turf day in October next.
LIST OF AWARDS. CLASS--A--CATTLE.
Best Bull over 3 jea rs ol J $5 00
Second do do.. 3 10
Best Bull 2 jeers old.it. 4 01
Second do....- !.. .30"
Eest Full 1 jear old 3 (K
Second doa.... 2 0.
.l Bull Calf . 2U
Second do i 1 (10
Best Heifer Calf...- 1 00
Test Cow fine tints, over 3 years old-' 5 00
Fecood do. at.... 3 00
J'cst lltifer or Cow 2 years old 3 00
fcecond do...-. . .,3 00
Best Heifer t jeauc-ld; S 00
Second do 1 00
Best mikh Cow 2 CO
Second do 1 W
ltest yoke of oxen- 3 CO
Secoud do .' 2 00
l'est sieer 2 years old 2 00
Second do. .' Dipoma.
Pest steer 2 years old 2 00
Eecond do Dipoma.
Statement of Milch Cows to 1 by weight
for ten day certilied by one or more peisoiis
in writing.
The lollowing persons arc appointed
Aw arding Ccn.mittees for the preseiA
year:
Messrs. Jones, (Gillespiesville.O.,)
Jno. II. Davis, (Riclimondale, O.,)
Charles Morris, ( Lee,Athens co., O.)
LIST OF AWARDS. CLASS--A--CATTLE. CLASS-B-No. 1-HORSES.
Best stallion over 4 years old fj5 00
fcecona uo
J w
3 CO
200
2 00
1 00
1 Ml
tco
300
Cost stallion colt 3 years old
fceeoiiu ao
Btst stud colt 2 years old.
Second do ...... a. ....
Best stud colt 1 year old psst.
Second do
Best brood mare over 4 years- ..
Second do
test Brood Mare and foal
Second do
Best sucking Colt--
lka Filly 3 years old past
Best Filiy 2 ear old
Best Filly 1 year old
Best pair matt lies lor general purposes.
Best Iithiliarnes8 Gelding -'!-
Best saddle Geldinz.
2 00
4 00
3 00
.8(H)
2 00
2 CO
1 GO
3 10
200
SOJ
licstLral JAusc 2 00
Washington Dennison, Daa'l Wat
ler, Chas. Tiaphagen.
LIST OF AWARDS. CLASS--A--CATTLE. CLASS-B-No. 1-HORSES. CLASS-B-No. 2-JACKS & MULES.
Best Jack over 14 i hands high 5 10
Best Mule over l-iil.bi.clbl.itli-.-.--. 300
Itmial teles inlitubk to Aoiniali. .
Z When there in but one exhibitor, although
Fe may show several animals in a class, only
one premium w ill be awarded that to be the
fiist or otherwise as the merits of the animal
may be adjudged by the committee; and a
premium will not be awarded when the ani-
tual is not worthy though there be no com
vctition.-
John Robbins, A. W, Bothwell and
Henry lirown.
LIST OF AWARDS. CLASS--A--CATTLE. CLASS-B-No. 1-HORSES. CLASS-B-No. 2-JACKS & MULES. CLASS-C-SHEEP.
Best Buck of fine grade 12 00
Second do 1 00
Best Ewes, fine wool, 3 or more. !... 2 00
Second - do 1 uv
Best Lambs, fine grade, 2 ormore.... 2 00
Second. ' do ...... 1 00
Bestituck fof mutton .....v, u OO
Best mutton iheop ofauy gracea...; 1 tiu
Wm. Tisue,' Thos. M. Bay, Wm.
F. Felton.
LIST OF AWARDS. CLASS--A--CATTLE. CLASS-B-No. 1-HORSES. CLASS-B-No. 2-JACKS & MULES. CLASS-C-SHEEP. CLASS--2--SHEPARD DOG.
Best shepord dog 1 00
' The Bodtd ol managers w ill ect as com-tuittee.
LIST OF AWARDS. CLASS--A--CATTLE. CLASS-B-No. 1-HORSES. CLASS-B-No. 2-JACKS & MULES. CLASS-C-SHEEP. CLASS--2--SHEPARD DOG. CLASS--D--HOGS-
Best boar over 1 year old-
Second do
Best boar over 6 m. and under 1 year
2 00
I 00
1 00
2 00
too
3 00
.2 00
Bt-bi Dieeuing sow
Second " do
Best sow end l'igs.
Second' do
. . .
. . .
Best gill...
Best lot of pigsj not less than 5 and not
over 10 mouths old
.1 00
200
Discretiouary premiums will be'awardedon
tninmls oi merit not included in the above
list.
John Ssvepston, John Wyman ftad
Kooert isage.
LIST OF AWARDS. CLASS--A--CATTLE. CLASS-B-No. 1-HORSES. CLASS-B-No. 2-JACKS & MULES. CLASS-C-SHEEP. CLASS--2--SHEPARD DOG. CLASS--D--HOGS-CLASS-E-POULTRY.
Best pair ol Shanghais 1 00
Best pair Dorking3 ................ I 00
Eestphir Fotands .r.'l 00
3!cst pair Carills 1 Off
Best pair of mixed breed or common.'.'., 1 00.
All annuals exhibited in pairs cannot com
jete forsingie premiums ' - ;
E. F. Bingham, Jno. P.' PIj ey and
tu. A, juration.
LIST OF AWARDS. CLASS--A--CATTLE. CLASS-B-No. 1-HORSES. CLASS-B-No. 2-JACKS & MULES. CLASS-C-SHEEP. CLASS--2--SHEPARD DOG. CLASS--D--HOGS-CLASS-E-POULTRY. CLASS--F--IMPLEMENTS &c.
harm in best repair, not less thau 40a.- 5 (0
J .est larm wagon
i
5 0U
5 00
1 00
In-st mifigy
BtEt Plow......
Fst Horrow..
Best Wheat Fan-
1 00
1 00
i'est Hoise Eake for liay
J!cst scraier."
1 1 bl sett of chains
1 0('
1 00
1 CO
1 00
est sett of harness
lVtt saddle and brridle
3-00
l est gents summer boots. ...... J 00
l est gems Winter boots......'... ) qq
Best specimen ol Blacksmitbing.. 1 fio
Lest specimen of Tailoring qq
Best specimen of Cabinet Ware. 1 00
lit si specimen of Printing. .' fjfj
l est specimen of Wood Turning.. 1 00
Brst side of tanned Upper Leather 1 00
Lt si tanned Sole or Harness Leath-
r. i oo
Fest barrel of Flour j. rjO
Discretionary premiums will be re
rr mmened on farming implements of
n erit not included in above list,
John Morrisson, Hiram Denning,
A I roham Johnson, Peter Hoop, Wm.
(olj.
LIST OF AWARDS. CLASS--A--CATTLE. CLASS-B-No. 1-HORSES. CLASS-B-No. 2-JACKS & MULES. CLASS-C-SHEEP. CLASS--2--SHEPARD DOG. CLASS--D--HOGS-CLASS-E-POULTRY. CLASS--F--IMPLEMENTS &c. CLASS-G-MINERAL PRODUCTS.
discovery ol Mineral pto- '
dt' -Dip.
r- J. R.- Brown, David Jories, Cyrus
llowkiik, Reese Tlion-psoo and SoJo-
lucn isaminger. ; . '
CLASSH-DOMESTIC MANUFAC'RS
heii lot ol Butter." fjfj
Best H'ght Biead-. .V 1 00
Best Cheese ....i . ...!. i oo
Erst 10 yard of Carpet.... 00
fest Bag Carpet .,.;... CO
Best 5 yard Jeans qq
ttpi 5 yards F'lnDel-.... qq
Be si needle work Uuill. ...... ...Jj
Second do-.. . , JJ... 00
Best Coverlet. . . J oo
Best wolien knit Socks... .V '. SO
Best 6 lbs. Maple Sugar. .....'.. Z. 1 oO
Best 10 lbs Honey taken not kill- ;
ing tees'.. loo
Mr Utf ictmndj 11m & p.
- ii
Hew itt, Mrs HDenning, .Mr. .E.
F.' nd. Mu vim .1 isue.
CLASSH-DOMESTIC MANUFAC'RS CLASS--I--FIELD CROPS.
Rest. Cum crop. not leu iLau 1 acre 5 00
Second .do - da 1 ' 3 00
Best Wheat 4o . do- do do do 3 00
Second do do 2 CO
Best piece Meadow, do do do do & CO
Second do do 3 00
''est Potatoe crop, do do do i acre 2 00
Second do .- o 1 1 00
John Rankin, Levis Clark and Jno.
Dowd.
CLASSH-DOMESTIC MANUFAC'RS CLASS--I--FIELD CROPS. CLASS--J--HORTICULTURE.
Rest bushel of ApptU- 1 00
Best bushel of reaches. ..... 00
Best reck of Fears... ........... 1 00
Best specimen of Graces....
' 1 00
.1 00
l oo
1 00
Best bushel .of SvjeeV Potatoes. .
Best lot of Quinces...
Best JJoouei .
Joseiih Mclvinnis, lbos. Ii. Davis,
A, WollV ;:!:(( y.i .'
CLASSH-DOMESTIC MANUFAC'RS CLASS--I--FIELD CROPS. CLASS--J--HORTICULTURE. DISCRETIONARY COMMITTEE, No. 1.
RD. T. Hard, James Gibbons,'
Geo. Johnson, Wm. S. Wilson and J.
S.Hawk.
DISCRETIUsARY COMMITTEE.Nn. 9.
Miss Martha Murdoch, Miss Eliza
Richmond, Miss Rebecca Wilson,
Miss Elizabeth Eriggs, Miss Helen
French,
All persons wishing to compete for
premiums, must become members of this
tociety ten days preceeding the day of
lair, order of the Roard, .
B. P. HEWITT, Prest.
B. P. HEWITT, Prest. O. T. GUNNING, Sec'y.
Aug. 23d, 1855.
. juihL fcior ami mh muti
R. BELL & CO,
Wholesale Manufacturers and Dealers i
, ' BOOTS,' SHOES, HATS. CAPS.
LEATHER. SHOE FINDINGS. f-c.
Ao, 5, Enterprise Block, Front St.,
: FORTSMOU JH, OHIO.
ri AYE the pleasure of announcing to the
X J trade in general, that they ere row All
me their large shoe warehouse, with ' more
ebujulant stock than ever, d'uecl from the
hands of the best manufacturers Fart, and
their ow n workshops at home; consisting of a
great variety of the best class of gnods Suited
to the wants oi true count rv tor the rail untie
All dealers at WHOLESALE are earnestly in
vited to call before purchasing, and examine
for tl reselves their extensive stock now on
hand, and still coming in, as they feel assured
of their ability to please tn quality and price.
Their larcelr increased trade affords one e
idence of tAe feVor with which therrwanntr
of doing business has been received, and w hi'e
thev testify to the liberality of their patrons
and friends, they reiterate the assurance that
they will spare no pains to render entire sat
isfaction. Their stock is !&, manufactured
mostly in their own shops, 'ai4 hy contract
to their order. Their facilities 'for doiug a
lerpe business era abundantly ample. They
aril only at wholesale, have but ot Pkici,
and will warrant all their goods as they re
y reD
goodi
reat nt them, An examination of their
and prices, js respectfully suhcted,
, S piemlwr 22. l54. 3mo.
IUkKcjc lilctk, ,
; Ko. 1. Front Street, n . : .
I
DISSOLUTION,
THE co-partneiship heretofore existing
Ketweeu the subscribers, under the firm
of Oekts & Buskirk, was this day dissolved
by mutual consent, r. J. .(Jakes having sold
his entire interest to Messrs. 'Gt-,oree& Chas.
H. Davis, all claims w ill be settled, ami debts
collected by Buskirk & Davis, our successor.
r. j. u.Nt,
A. Vf. BUSKIRK.
A. VT.BVSKIRK, OEO. DAVIS, CHAS. H. OA VIS.
BtSKIM & DAVIS,
(Successor of Oakesit Buskirk.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
' ' AND '
IPRCDOCE' DEALERS,
Buckeye Clock. Ircnt Street.
PORTSMOUTH, O,
JanusryJ9, 1854(4 tf. : ; . - ,
IF Kit CAL 10U U BIT,
JOHN S. HAWK,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO,
' Dtiilrr In all kinds of
DRY- GOODS, GROCERIES. HARD
WABE,' QUF.ENSWARE, HATS,
APS, BONNETS, BOOTS cf-
. shoes,. ready-made
'Nothing; iron &
jNAILS.&c. AUo- )
1 Agent for
LOUDON &Co. POrULAR FAMILY
MEDICINES,
IS just receiving (rom Cincinnati, one of the
Largest a. id best selected stocks of New,
Jashionable end ...... i
1 CHEAP GOODS
Ever brought to McArthur, expressly for th
Winter trade, which he is determined to sell
on the most reaKonable terms.
Just call and ' see my New Goods before
purchasing elsewhere.
Brine alone your Produce, for in the wav
of Barter he will give you as good bargains as
tnougn you orougnt tne utsn.
November 17. 1S54. 1st, c. ly,
A 1 ii 1 1 i e I n i I at i on .
II1CR0CK Oro.,
1 AVING just opened, a. Wholesale and
A J Retail HAT TWEin Portsmouth.
oil Front Street, between Market and Jefler
eou, they invite All to call and examine their
stock ot
JIuU ana Cflpi Straw Goods, Trucks
14 Talks, Carpet Rags, Imbrellas le., U
OP IVIRT bESCSIPTlOIt. "
.Turrhssers can af atl times find at cures
tablifhment full and- complete essortmen
of the richest and most desirable styles, at
well as the most common fabrics. Our lonii
experience 111 in duib. amt know ledge ol
manufacturing, w lib the facilities for rurcha-
sing, are such that we are confident we can
selt LOwiB than sny other House in the West.
i LK3 01 an kinds wanted, lor which the
rngnest puces w ill be paid. '
rortsmoiith. November 4. 1853. Ij
1 61 yokes'
i YANKtt Oi Yokesl at the K't Anvi
X U . EiiMNff, CAMTBtLLACO.
id.v29 1653:
NOTICE,
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
SHIP.' ' -
I HAVE this day sold to YYestfalL Stewart
f- Co.' rhy entire interest in tba Cincin-
ntv ifaraace uompeny, and am therefore no
looter a partner therein, '
' CurciMATX JtfSSvat Jnne 21 , 1855. '
i ft
'I
8300,000 . :
IX 1 GIFTS i-rCB HE PFOPIEI
. CAPITAL-CJTYAllTVMOy,
' . - COLCMBCS, OHIO.
BRUNELL & CD'S,, SECOND GREAT
OIFT DlBTilBUTloS.
Th. rnnrietors take ertat pleasure in
announcing to the citizens of the Union,
that in consequence of the great satis
faction roanilestrd by the ticket-holders
of their first great Distribution, and
the many thousand solicitations irom an
parts of the countrj, in reianon i
bether thev intended gemng up anuur
h-. . .. t mil- a I V. m n.nnl..
T Uistriouiion 01 m -r--
they bsve. an immense outlay, been en-
bled to offer to their thoueanda of pat
ions the following valuable, magnifi
cent, and unprecedented BRILLIANT
SCHEME, to be distributed as soon as
tbe 300.000 Beautiful Engraving of the
Capitol of Ono er distributed among
their Patrons. The price of the Engra
vings is but One Dollar, and as a parlor
nmiment it cannot be nurpaextd.
Read attentively the following list ol
beautiful ana coatiy gins. mm '
be satisfactorily distributed by a corn
... . .1 f . . ;n
mittee of ten. selected one 100a each
State where the largest number of sub
icribers are obtained:
1 Farm In the State of Indiana V 10,000
1 do in Ohio .-8.000
1 do do ....-6,000
2 Four-Btorv Brick Dwelling and
Lot, in Columbs.Obio .-6,500
1 do do do do-.-C.500
1 Beautiful residence in the
town of Mt. Vernon -o,500
ITno-Story Brick Buildirg in
Chillicoth 3,500
1 Brick Cottage and lot in Col-
usnbus 3.000
1 do do do 3,000
1 Frame do do do 2,500
1 Haudaone country residence in
Sego, Perry county, Ohio.... 1,500
4 Splendid building lets in Col
utubus, at 12,000 8,000
JO do do do I1.5001 15 000
i 4 do do Cleveland. -6,000
1 Grand Action Piano (Chicker-
ing's ..-1,200
1 Gold Watch, set with Dia.
monds... 1,000
5 Gold Watches, at (500 evch"2,50
10 Rosewood Pianos, at 1600" 5.000
10 . do do at 400 4.000
10 do do at 300 3,000
50 Gold Watches, at 150. 7.600
100 do it 100...... 10.000
100 ' do at 75 7,500
100 ' do at 40 4.000
300 Slrer . do at 20 6,000
560 do do at 15 7,500
1000 LaJie'S Gold Breast Pins
at 14 4.000
200 do Brocha shawls at S25 5,000
500 ' do Silk Dress Patterns,
at t20 10.000
5C00 Gold Pencils, at 3 15,000
. 10000 Gold Pens,, with. Silver
Cases, at J3-..-.1 .-20,000
20000 Gold rings, at (1,50 each 30.000
120M do .at 1,00 etch. .-12.0&4
Every purchaser of the splendid large
Lithographic Y.ng caving, will receive.
Certificate v( Membership enlitling
them to a chance in the above list ol
valuable and costly Gifts lor the Peo
ple. The . Engravings can be sent by
mail (without being damaged,) to any
part of the country.
rust trs : KlBSf ftPYFD, ;
Persons w ishing to act as Agents for
us will please send recommendation
signded by the Postmaster or some othe.i
influential and well known, person in
the place where they reside.
To those persons who have been act
ing aa Agents for us in our foimer Dis
tribution, this is. not required.
All orders with the money enclosed,
free of postage, will meet with prompt
attention.
In order to prevent mistakes, agents
end othera .transmitting money to us
will please have it sealed in the prea
ence of the Fost master, and tbe amount
entered on the way bill..
We prepay all our letters, circulars,
(fe, to our agents and correspondents,
and expect them to do tbe, same with
us. ..... 1
Agents wanted in every town, wbom
we will futnifh mith posters, circulars,
schelules, instructions, &c., on appli
cation a: our oOice, or by mail post paid
For further particulars see the destrip
live bills, &c, or enquire at the office
No. 2, Walcutt'g Block, Town Street
Columbus Ohio.
BRUNELL & CO.
Proprietors.
W. M. Starr. G. D.Tiw rsburt
CF.SLRH COMMISSION RIH1NTS
f orth Sil of W.rtin Frorac
It AT TOBACCO ri.CUR. JEOVISICKS, 40.
No, h'o 6t b7 S. CHARLES bTKEET.
Between Pratt and Comden streets. near the
Tobacco Inspection Warehouses,
BUTiHORE.
Liberal odvanctt made on eomignnenfa
- -N.-B. We twreTPientiy removed to our
new and extensive Warehouses, um.n South
Charles Street, v here Ve have the advantage
ot a Rail Bead track ot our pw n, (connecting
our House witn tne n. fit U. Kailway,) and
are thus en&Diea to receive all onr consigu
menu when sent in car loads, free of Dray
age. We have, also,. evey facility for the re
ceipt and sale of Tobacco, Flour, Provisions,
and vesn-ru rioduce. genenilly.
; We send a correct statement of the Markets
monthly, to our friends, or ofteuer if desired
;June 1054 lyr.
(itO. SllIiLULlIV i CO.,
AGE TS t e n ALE P
Virginia &. Knt-uck Hanvfacmrei
lUDAO.!
AMD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. I, Bitieye Block, Front St.,
; , FORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
like nr Slain,
October 3. ie54. '
ARTIST'S MATERIALS. -
OF every description furnished at short or
ders aud fair prices. A large supply
Paints and Biusl.es for Portrait Lttndscarie
Paiuters, Toy Pamisand Best Water Colors
oo nana. j. &. v tJiiiKMORK,
mayl6,'55.' Eecondial., Chitlicothe, O.
CHAS.A.M.DAMABtS. LEWIS C, DAMABLH,
CHAS. h M. DAMABIN & CO.,
, ' VHOLALE GKVCCItS
iHD DALK & I H. F 10JI II C E.
. - JNO. OO, JfBOIfT &TBEET, ., -.
' PORTSMOUTH, OHIO
4 t. BA IQK I ' - ' "
UsafT new" STOCK. uv - ita&.
. VANKEE KOTIONS! '
'
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LATE AKFUVALIIJ ,
Iheve just received my Spring Stock
comprising a sreitt tarictv of FANCY
and STAPLE NOTIONS. Dralera and
others ar invited to cull before purch
asing elsewhere, as they will find a com
plete assortment, and at prices that will
compare with snv Establishment of the
kind in this section of the country.
The following articles comprise a part
of my extensive assortment:
150 packs pins. .
200,000 percussion caps.
600 dozen spool cotton.
50 gross buttons,'
60 dozen suspenders, . ,,
160 lb skein cotton.
13 lb sevina silk,
5 lb twist silk.
600 fross books and eyes.
30 dozen raior strops.
300 dozen combs, all kinds.
50 reams cap, letter and note paper.
20.000 envelopes.
S0O doxra tapes.
130 dozen soaps.
40.000 fish hooks.
25 gross Csh lines. - -
20 gruss lead pencils.
100.000 needles.
100 bundles wafers.
40 dozen knives.'
30 dozen scissors.
10 gross spoons. '
20 gross jews harfs. ... . :
3 gross French harps.
30 dozen slates.
3000 slat pencils.
30 gross thiaiblf j. '
00 dozen porte ntonales,
200 lb patent thrrad. '
ornelisn charms and rings.
bracelets. '
Ladies' work boxes and re'.icules.
Fine hair brushes and combs.
Gutta pert hs, puff and long combs.
S, S Sand S S S fine combs.
Skirt ar.d drew whaleboue.
orset and shoe laces.
Stilettoes, els'stici and sleeve bands.
Teeth aiitJ nail brushes.
Steel pens and holders.
Match safes. .' ' t
Alabaster ornaments.
Linen 61 cotton, floss crochet cotton
Zephw worsted and needles.
Gold finger and ear rings.
Gold, piuted and common jewelry; end
other articles too numerous to particu
larize.
CIGARS AKD TOBACCO!.
Deilers and others purchasing Cigars
will find the Urgest Stock in itie City,
varying from (5 to (30 per M. As
the fine cigars are manufactured on the
premises, purchasers of fine cigars may
depend upon getting the quality of ci
gar they pay for, as satisfaction is guar-
uteed in all cases. Also on hand,
Cavendish and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipes, d-c.,' at the Cheap Notion
Store next to tbe Valley Bank, Second
Street. ' , ' R. DAVJSpN.,.
Chilucothi. O., March 2, 1&D5.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
THE Boa rd of School xa mi new. .
Vinton ountt. ' will hold' their re-
Lulur ineetitgs' for the examination
candidates 00 the FIRST SATURDAY
each month, at the school room of O.
Gunning 111 McArthur, commencing
10 0 clock A.M.' At every examination.
a certificate of good moral character, re
cently signed by at leas' two responsi
ble persons, will be requirer of eachcan
didate, and the Examiners would espe
cially guard individuals against recom
mending any person who is in the habi
of using profane language or indulging
in intoxicating drink, or in any iitbei
social vice,' or immorality.
O. T. GUNNING.
Clerk Board School Examiners, V. Co
Fb. 2, 1655 ly.
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BIGGS HOUSE,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
rfHE subscriber having leased the above
X House, (formerly the United States Ho
tel.) and having made a complete renovation
pnbre furnished the house with new Furniture
throughout, respectively invites the traveling
public to gne mm a can. - -HIS
TABLE
Will alwavs contain the best that the market
affords, end no means will be spared to
all comfortable. JUIia JKOW.
Oct. 10th. 1654 .
JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE.
HH. JOHNSON, (succeusor to Joseph
t Jones) keeps constantly on hand
large stock of -
b O OKS, S TA TIOKER Y, WALL
PAPER Jtc,
Which he will sell at Eastern Prices. It
his design to afford Country Merchants,
pin chasers generally, such facilities for
theninelves with every article in
line, as they have not heretofore enjoyed.
Additions are now being made to his stock,
which will make one of llie Largest anV
rtrrtTiS TVeslern country.'- -
As a mere outline, bis stock will be found
to consist of
EUOILS Medical. Scientific, LaV, Theolog
ical. School, Blank and Miscellaneous.
STAT10NLRY-Letter, Cap, Bill and
Paper. . '.- ' 1 ': '
ENVtLOPiS-BiifT.' Embossed and Plain
W hite, and Government.' ' '
WALL PAPLR A lieavj and well selectert
stock, at prices ranging from 8 cents,
to Cl.50 per "bolt; A'w, Borders
the greatest -variety, and Window
Blinds. :'
BLN K BOOKS Ledgers, Journals,
' Books, and Time Books, all of
: style. ' . ' " ..
PKHIOWCALB Ttaoee-iaBaeer MonrhTy;
others.
MAPS Large Maps of both Hemispheres
' of the United States; Small Mops
each of tire Western States, and
Mexico.
FAKCY ARTICLES of different kinds. -ALSO
Slates. Copy Books, Cooper
jy Pencils, Gold and Steel Pens, Ink
- all kinds, lukstands, Wafers, &c.,
All pf which wiii .be sold low. at Whole
sale and Retail at Johnson's Book Store,
Jones' old stand, Paint St., Chillicothe,
i December a. tbOJ. ly
; PAMlkft'ltOOJISrVv
Tost received, the lareestand best selected
U I6t bft Wall Paper ever ibeforj: offered
sale, in McArthur, witb fine Velvet aud
Boraei8.t Call and jsee, before it all.
cfft.ii.itt t ... i : . i i. i Butitatfi
A TTHN110N, EVERYb ODY.
ACtwf per 'lb, paid for" Raob, and cannot
rm. nt nu aouku . uu tr J5Mirc'i.
all
pf
of
of
T.
at
a
.
is
and
sup
plying his
Jest
Note
of
Day
every
.
and
and
ot
of
'
Plate.
of
&c.
Ohio.
for
com
tnon eo
1AKILY Jjl
E, 'fli' BRAITOi
MAIS. STh'tiEi; JlcAHTUVH.W.
KF FP constantly oil hand the following
Genuine and Popular Medicines:
PILLS.
Siller's Liver Tills. Dr. Lee's Tills.
WORM MED1C1XE.
Seller's Vtrrnifi g. Drs. Jins McL's do.
. COUGH SYUUP.
Seller's ImpT C S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. a B. Liniment
Sloan's Ointment, I Sloan's List. Relieldu.
FOR Til E HAIR.
Lvon's Kathaiion, VegdHble Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure.) Eau De Cokvne.
Ca9trr Oil, 1 Sweet Oil,
British Oil, 1 Oil of 5pike,
Harlem Oil, Medicamentum.
AIo, Godfrey's Cordial. Batesinan's Drops.
Sloan's Condition Powder; and Essences ol
all kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct Irom the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine. .
Anril 6. tb35 U
IUE & GARDAEli,
DRUGGISTS,
re
WILKESV1LLE. OHIO,
TrEEP constantly on hand the folowjnr
IV genuine and popular family me-lu inc-I'lLl-S
S. IU-M Liver Pills, McLaine'
Liver Pills. AverV Pills.
COUGH REM KD1BS. Seller's Imperial
Cough Syrup. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Seller's
lliveisvnin, seller s hvrup ol aunilU.
WORM MED1CINES,-Seller s Vermifuge
Mcljaiues Vermifune.
LlMMb.N'I'S.-H. G. Furrrl's Indian Lin
iment, Gardner's Volatile Liniment, Radua v'
Ready Relirf. Palil Curer, Liquid Opidildor
HAIR TONICS. Lyon's Katlwiron.U, S
Gavlords.
Also: A large and well selected stock ol
Drugs. Medicines. Oils, Paints and Dye-btnlls;
nil lor sale at the lowest prices.
O. I. '27th, 195t.-lv.
HOOTS.! SUOLS.
TUST received the largest and best selection
J of Boots and Mioes ever opeued in tin
nmrkel. consisting or
Gents. Enamelnl Bfogans,
' Calf
" Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" MorrMco alipiiers,
" French Call Boots,
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots,
Goat " "
" Sewed "
" La ed Gaiters, :
" Patent Leather
Enameled Jt-nnev Li lid's,
Patent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Enameled "
Slipjiers.
Childrens' Kid Laced Boots,
" Fancy "
: : Roan ' "
" Kid Peg "
V Enameled " .
' Goat
Funcv , " "
! Misses' Kid Slippers,
" I'ancy liHted coots.
Together' with efe:y" variety" of Boots and
slioes, of ftlens, Womens anil ciakuens
wear, at the lowest prices, at
. . B RATION'S.
nDENKIXO, CAiflPltELI. ft Co.,
Impurlrn and IVIinlrsnif timl HrUil Dfuitrsii)
llui duare, iIal;ry, Ii on, Olas,
Ac, AC.
1 . DULL) resnectiuiiv miormtnetr irien'H
t V and the public that they have at length
ot into their splendid new room, and have
tilted it up expressly lor ttie Hard .vare trs(W.(tn
i he burnt district) under the stitn of the 011.1
ArsViL, fcast side ot faint, between Vva'et
ind 2d sts, wheie they are ocmnR, in addi-
ton to part of their former stock, a large and
lesirable stock of American, German ami
Kngli.-jh Hardware, Saddlery, Iron and GUss
oeetner w itn all articles usually kept in lard
ware stores, and invite all to call and tuke
look at their new. jroora and examine tilth
dock
. They have continued a stock of Goods
their OLD STAND, sign of the Mill Saw,
Tagert's square, (under the immediate cnreol
one ot tne nrm) where they have been soin-
erally patronized the past year, for which the.
take this opportunity ot returning their sin
cere thanks, and solicit a continuance of
r... i..k
nine iui uuiu vsiaiiilMlll'Cllls, iUllllbli;
seep as goou uootis anu sell as low as auy
tins ninrhei.
: May 10, 1853. n491y
CHAS. A. M. DAMARIN &
RECEIVED direct from Nw Orleans,
ttb hhds fuir to prime K. O. Stittur;
Wi " cianlietl - do.
169 bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugnr
54 bxs white Havana, for candy and
ups j
2337 bis N. O.Molases;
75 do "St. Jaines" choice sugar II,
lasse:s
100 -do Common sugar II. molasses,
10 do Golden syrup;
53 Tea- Rice; .
300 bass Rio and Java colTee:
Which, together with a full and comnleted
SIOCEOIt- . I '
Woodwari Buckets, tub.zine washboards,
brooms, &c,
Fkuits& Nuts Fissv rasins' almonds
cans, E. Walnuts; filberts; Brazil nuts; &c.
Spices 'Ground and unground Pepper;
auspices; cinnamon; Cloves; ginger; nutmegs:
i JM8H mackeral; dried herring, codfish;
' : . .. :
Teas A laree stock of fresh Imoerial!
Hv sou: B-ii n now tier and black tea:
Tobacco Fives; eitihts and pound nine
good Virginia, .Missouri and Kentucky brands
aisokueiige fr oto a. and otner good brands
oi o twist tobacco:
DYK-BTorra Indieo: connerao madder
alum: ..... . . . .
SufciAiCTSottDi candle, starch, chocolate!
saissraius; puper ; carbonate ot soda; ep6om
salt; lead; shot; warpping paper; ckc, &c.
We will sel ax the raguW Ciucluuatti
wholesale prices: "
C. A. M.DAilARIN&Co.
' Jfortsmoutti, April 11,1854.
Steam .iCdJnct Factory.
i Il ; ir asm-
tl. W. IV ill I,
Cobhei of Jefferson abd Second Stbeets,
i PnPTSUiTTTiJ nu m .
ALLS the attention of the citizens
Vinton and sdioiuine counties to his
perior stock of '
cawiet!waiie,
which he Offers at wholesale or retail on reas
onable terms.' Give him a call.
' Orders attended to promptly. ' ''
iMjirch 84,1854.1- !; :.'
soli W UitK, ot every Utaciiutuju neeiily
trtkk-atlMgOGotu ---T- - .
a
at
on
tlif
in
Co
su
mo
pe
sar
dines: Y
of
and
.,
of
su
Hill
Are enrfnff the Sick to an extent never
before known of auy .lledlclno.
lN7iLIC3.ESiD.SD JULGS F0BT0UR2EUE3
jl't.ES IIAUS:I Ew.. lilt will knnn p-rf.:i)ir. oT
Clir.iliil rlravl, eilillil.!li, wll-t clioifo rutlucU
trt rtuiiitl tt alntu.1 0V(r)' Itrtl.l, ki.V4 i
I tin Iijlmiv lu .y uf iiur ftMAtic Pilu, lint I
hart Siunl tltriu t bsttrr fantil) tnvtltciut fr to-;. men
he, llun tiiy ntli.r within inv kMonlnlifa. SIamv uf u.y
friend Itnvt raiir..u intritcu iMiirmii in :n iixr.i ;,i:n c
incldt Willi nit in brli.vins ilul Ibtjr ""k tiiivrli.
Bury virtue, fur rfrivinc out diaw. n.l r'irin" tlie
Tuy trt l't only en.-clual but aire anil plena ' t lt
laki-n, qiintitiea wliirb iiiii'l nuke tlieiu Viluo 1 ly ti. '
pulilic, H lieu Hi.) trt knutvn."
The renrrablt Ctwutellnr WAItDLAW, writit ficia
Bill ire, ISih April, IK. I :
- I la. J. C. ATtt-Sir: I li.ive taken ynnr riH mill
treni henellr. t.r llie li.lleHiiewi. lanrnnir. lo.a t.f c- .i-riti".
and Hiliiiua lien'arlie, K liirh haa ol late if .r uvt-iuksu
nit In llie aiirint'. A lew uinvaru j.nir ru:. cuit- i mn
I hnve uacil J'wir Cherry l'ernfal many er in nit
raiiiily Tne riMiirli. anil mid. Willi unfailing .uccei-.i. V-a
nialct niedirluea which carr, and 1 feel it a .1ravi-a t
enmmeud you for Ihe pxid you hive dim. and trt if .'l.'ij.'1
JOHN f. DEATTV, E.., Bee of Hit Teno. KiilruaJ
Cc, t) :
" '. IU l. uie., rntiaaciptin, ijre. 1.1,
"Sir- I lake iilennire in aililii.! mv le-liuioiiy In ih
efflcary ol viuir meiliriim. Iiavinj iloriv-d very iruierial
Iwiieiii rriiiu Hit yitol tx.iii ynur Vert- r.il an.! Ci :i.a.-tic
l'ill. I am never wiilunit lliem in nir lamily, ii r t
tier cmiiil (u lit, while my nieain w ill pnure tlnnu."
Tht widely renowned S. 8. STEVENS, II. D.,of VVent-
wurtli, N. II., wrilea:
" llavnii iired vmt r CaTHAtTio Pilu in my practlre, t
certify Imm tiperienrt. Hut iliey are an itiyli;ai:e pnr-
i.itne. in caea m uitunierea tiinrunni ii mi i.i-.i,
cauaini lieail.vlit, inJiceiiii.il, emlivinean, ar.d llie crct
variety ol iIuuim tlial killow, tliey lie a snror ri'ieny
than any orhor. In all eaaet where I pureutii-e rcinedy
w rMpiirail, I conmieimy recoiiiini-nu tuene i n u u.u
pulilir, aa anperinr In any oilier I liave tier f. and. Thty
trt aurt in their operatlm, and perlrt!y aafe, qmluiot
which makt lliem an invaliiahle article f..r public u. e. 1
have f.r niaiiv vear. anown your Lwrry rtct.na i tut
bent (Viiifli medicine in ate world, aud these Cilia art in
no ie infoiinr lo thai aduiirablt irciratiou tor U.t
treatment of diaeaaea."
Jfcton, Mr.. .Vkv. S5, V'SJ,
na. 1. P. Arti-tlear Pir: I have bet-n i,:;iiilej
fr.nn my birth with acmfiila in Itr wor t fi rus Kid ugw,
alter tuenty j ear' trial, and an iinti ld of aim.uiit of ml
feiins, Invt n..en ecniiletely cured in t f;-v we-ka I'
your I'lllt. With what leelinir.nl rejiicli'i; I wriii, can
ciniv ot iniapirieu wneu yuu realize wuai . i.o .uluej,
and how long.
' Never uuiil now have I been fret from turn l i.uncmt
dUea.t in mime ahape. At tiinea il attacked My eye.,
anil made ma alnn.-t blind. Iio-idea the iinoi. liir.ilnt
pain; at mliera it settled in the acalp r.l mv li i.l. an I
deMtroytd my hair, and haa ki'l me pan!y I' i''l all i.ty
data; aoiiietiinea itcamt out in my face, and knj.l il luf
Bii'iitha a raw tore.
" Abo'il nine weeka co I commenreii t.vins yo'ir a-
tliarlic I'llli.aiiil now am entirely free irom tlm ro::iai!iC.
liy eyta art wen, my khi m niir, mm in i"". k-"--uienceil
a healthy (rowtlii til of which nntl.M inu let!
already t new por.un.
" llnphif t .tatementmayke the meanj of convey !n
lnrtiriiiaiii.it lliit aliall do g'"l to ntlier., 1 am, with every
ttiitimtnt of gratitude, Youre, e., ,,.
M.Tl'lv no r.L....
" I tiavt known On above namtil Marin '.ticker trum hf
eluldhood, tud heralateinent in airictly tpj". . V
Overaetrof the l'oininoi:lli Jlanui itturing Co."
Caft. JOF.f. TRA'IT, of tht allip Maiioil, wrilea frera
Bn.loti, x tn April, IBO't ,.
' Yiair li I Is have cured me from a billnua attack which
tne Irinii uar.iii;eineiii oi tne i.iver, win n n"i iiecoina
very eriomi. I hail tailed ol any relict l y my l'in-;iun, j
from tverv remedy I could try. b it a lew d-'.i'i i.
your 1M l have compli'tely re-P rcJ mo tt In ti ll. I liiva
piven lliem to my cnnuren mr Horiu-, iui i:i-j n'-i
effect. They were promptly cured. 1 r-'cinnuicinlml
tlieiu lo a frit-ntl for contivene.sa, wliidi li.id tr.vbK' t liiin
for inontha ; lie Inld tne in a lew ilnya liim ,.n' ciren Into.
Tou nuke tht boat uiediciut ill llie wutl.l, aim 1 am net
to nay ao."
Read tlii from the distiii-ml-had Folicttwof rtit Puprema
Court, wlioftt linllianl uuiiitiea nave ninio iiini v-in
known, not only in Uiia hut the neiptili nine Ft in-".
" JW Orfraut, 1:1' V"'i '
" flirt I have treat anti-faction in a-nrinc yon tint my
ttlf and family liava been very much benniiv I by your
iiiprliriiie-i. Mv v, lie waa cnreil two vcaia since, ot I
ttvi rt and dancernua fciii;li, by ynnr Otieuhr I'ri-Toau.,
ami eince then haa enjoyed perieci iiraiiii. niy cnnnrcii
hart aeveral liniea bien email Irnni ait.u liH of ti:n Indu.
en.a and Croup by it. It it an invalnaliio r'nc:!y fur
tlieio couiplainta. Your CariiaaTic I'ilu liavo entirely
cured nit from a d) Kp-ia and coativene., v. Inch hat
grown upon nie Inrantue year., Indeed ihi cine U niucti
more important, irom llie Met in.it i nan lanc-o to pri i-'i'-i
from llie lie-l l'iniciana whit 11 thiii at'CCioit of ti;ti cntiutry
arT.ril.,and I'roiiiaiiyoftheiiniiieroMari-infJici I ind tf-.ken.
" You neeiii lo ua, iioctor, iiKe a provineuiiai nie. ainc vi
our family, and you may well aiippo.0 we are not unmiud
(cUofil. auura rtapecu'iilly, ;
I.EAVHT 1 II A.vn.it. i
" Srnale Chmtibrr, Ohio, J!t'ril f'h, HlVI. i
Tit. 1. C. Arte Honored Kir i I have undo a ttir.r-
CiieIi trial of the Cathartic Pn.u, It'll nie by your a-;mn.
and nave Keen cured ty tiieinoi me cue kii.ii i.c.oi;."-i.i.ui
under which he fniiml mt atilluring. '1 tie first di ne rts
lieved me, ami a few Hiili-ieipiL;ii dose, have entirely
removed Hit di-eae. I feel in ueiter health now tinn lor
tome years lief.Te, nhicU I attribute enllrjiv to the f.TuClt
of )uur Catmisiic 1'ill.. Ycur Willi :" 't rerpect,
A.H.1U3 ii. .uLii...i.r.-p
Tht ahovt are all from pernnnt ti ho are n-iMiely known
where lltey re-ido, aud w-iio would ui-t in.iko tlie.c sl.ito.
oitiiu w iiuotil a tlu,rou;;li conviction tii a Ihuy were trut
Prepared ly J. C. AVEK,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Hats.
-i.t i y ui-.U. U. IL'.. .in i. : li.-..'i'
TON, McArthur. O.
J. Viirli', A i Unity; K.
Oulow. Lcgiin; Dr, J. II. C. Miller, Juckson
C. 11., and by D-mIits in Mi-tliciiic-s every-
where.. IJtilv i-7,'.r)-' 1 tll'. I
J. O. SWI.TI.AND.
.. .ri. C. COrvnvtXL
BOOT & SIiGfi ST0BE,
AXD
3I.AXDFHT0RY.
SVETIAKD & CC3CViLL,
Opposite llie McArthur Ilonce,
ETUI'N their sincere thanks to their
fl. numerous friends and customers, foi-
tlie very lilieral pationtipe extended to .lliem
in the j-nst si-iifon, ant! tal.e plensnre in tin
nouncing that they are now receiving at their
r.i.t a.irl Sth.u. Ilj.nr,t Ilia Inrtfol bml 1-fvt
',"'V'"" -.""I .fas. ..s.
Netted OtOI'K Ot
Kocts k Shccs
Ever hrnti;lit to McArthur; consisting P.J
in part of (.
CENTLrMENS' ECOTS & ?r-!OE.
Gents.Ktu liskiii Giiiters Gf.nis.Ciiiii'ic.-sGait-
ers.Geuts Funcv Khoes.GcntM 0fur(! Piimpi),
Gents L'nnmeled Kulilicr:;, Gents ri)ttnie!?il
Cucgresa GHiti rs, Gents ralent Leather Kid
Top I'lic.re Albert's, Gents Patent Leather,
Uinb tlolh. Kid top, Prince Albert s; Gents
Jeiwy Iitu kskin Shoes, Cents Opera Slipntri;
together -ith every variety of Fine and
Coarse calf skin", Kip and Murocco Boots aud
Shoes. Also, Ladies Coot3 Ann Shoes;
Ladies Buskin Gaiter Boots, Ladiej' enamul
ed Jenny Lind's R. R., Ladies' Morocco Jen
oy Liiul'8 R. R Ladies' Congress Gaitct3,
Ladies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes, Ladtrs' en
umelled Morocco Shoes, Ladies' Victoria
Fancy Shoes Ladies' Fancy Top Boots, La
dies' Fancy Uuskins, bronzed lops, Ladies'
Blue Ghiw, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Also: Minses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid
Boots and Gaiters, Misses Fancy colored.
Gaiters, Miss.es enameled Fancy Boots; also,
CliiUlrens' Boots and Shoes, Childrens' calf,
peged. Shoes, Childreiis' Fancy shoes, Chil
diens' Futicy Gaiters, and every o'.hcr variety
uf Ladies', misses' and childreus' wear, Fino
and Coarse.
We have any number of Workmen cn
gaged, that is necessary, and are prepared to
nil orders at the shortest notice.
(O All of our Goods will be sold at pri
ces that w ill giva satisfaction. Cull and tx
amine for yourselves-
11. 11. 'JOHNSON,
' (SUCCESSOR TO JOSEPH JONES,)
SCALER nt
Metlita!, Tlitologirnl, Elank find EistxMe
ncous Books, Mulioncry and lVnll Pap t, .
, PAINT 8TUEET,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
Books received from the Eastern Mar
ket at their earliest publication, or ordered
when desired.
STEIN - fic BROTHER,
Manufacturers and Wiohiale deahrt in
ra
' . No. 310 BALTIMORE STRELT,""""
BSTWEKN IIOWAHD AND LlBERTY-STI
, JULTJMOLE..
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