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RECEIPTS ON SUBSCRIPTION
RECEIPTS ON SUBSCRIPTION Up to September 27th, 1855.
, , paw 10
Jl. F.rtrlier. fcl'OO No. 4lJ. Vol. 3.
H in. Snook. I 00 ' (i. 4 1
Ann Biewer, 1 00 50 ' 3
Kemp Falkner I 00 " -1!) " 4 '
Jacob Aiikroni 1 00 " 8 " 4 '
J'iIiii Morrison 35 ' 1 ' 4 '
U, M.Gr.en 1 00 " I ' 4
JJtlhenv Summers 1 00 " 49 ' 3
Morris'Albougli I 00 t , 4
Fzru Knapp, . 1 00 " 4'J " 3
K. F. Swill, . 1 00 50 4
Ural 8t,ouil, 1 00 7 " 4
James Pierce, j 00 " 51 " 3
John Levingf toil, 1 00 " ii " 3
James Rumee, 6 J " 1 4
Austin N Fee, 1 Ou " 15 " 4 '
1). Y. Benjamin 1 00 1 ' 4
Klias Davis, I 0U " 1 " 5
L. A. Atwuod, 1 00 " 17 " 4
Johr. Dales, 00 1 ' 4
Jefferson Johnson. 1 00 " 45 4
J. T. Black, 1 00" 27 " 4
Tlio. K. Harper, 50 " 40 3
Eli Lr ringstoii, 0 ' I 4
Julm Dodds, 1 00 45 4
Robert Nickle, 1 00 " 2 " 4
Kzekiel Bobo, I 00 ' 2 " 4
Job Cozad, 1 00 ' ii " 3
T. P. Jackson. 2 25 13 ' 4
II. H- New ion, 1 00 29 4
M. Camy, 100 ' 27 " 4
O. Fuller.'. 50 13 ' 4
Jme Fuller, 1 00 ' 30 4
JoLii Crooks, 1 00 4'J 3
Jjroil Bobo' . 00 " 32 4
Lemuel llult, I 00 15 '. 4
Joseph Arhoon'i Jr. 1 00 ,' 49 ' 3
RECEIPTS ON SUBSCRIPTION Up to September 27th, 1855. BANK NOTE LIST.
THE follotvnig list is corrected eve ry week
just below nulling our paper to prejj
New xoiik.
Solvent banks, pa
3k. ui Mobile, 5 did
Mississippi.
UI baiiKi, no sale
L0UISA.VA.
Pennsylvania,
Solvent bunks, uhi
Maryland.
.Solvent banks, pur
Soli kiiI banks. I'm
Small no'.es, 0 did
Ohio.
.Solvent bunks, pur
tik. Circluville, 40uis
b'ree bK. oid p late. 5 ilik
Ken Tin kv.
Sol ven i o links, pai
ivy. Trust Co. "JO di
Indiana.
S'ate ban, aii J
liruttciied, pur
Free, banks, 5(350 (lis
ui:t. i.I Coiities
ft lie, 30 tl is
Ii. LING IP.
.Solvent F rte bk. Ortis
Mtssouiii.
State bank uii l
iJianclies, par
Te.NSESS r.E.
Solvent uaiik a, 5 (lis
AI II II hi an,
xilveni banks, 3 (lis
3in ui iiuu s, 5 lis
New Hampshire.
S jlvent bunUs, (iu
Vkhm't.
Sol veil l banks, I'M
CONNECTICUT.
Solvent uuiiM, l)0r
MAssAuiiu.Errs,
Solvent bunks, pa
RllOOK Ul.ANU,
Solvent bjliki, pui
Main.:,
Solveu t baiiss, pa
New Jeksky
Solvent bank", pai
DrXK.VAIIK,
Solvent bank?, pa
Vnmi.N'iA.
Solvent bunks, pa
Tr.ui. Alleghany, IS dts
Kuualtuu IJ ul
Canada. Solvent banks, 5di-
NotlTII C.eltULlNA.
Soient banks, i ills
xcep i Adrian Ins. Co.
Vinuli noted, a tli-f uul .'il aco nib 'Jo. bk
South Caiiolika.
Sol .em banks, J ili
UgllllUlA.
VV ISC.O.NS1M.
Free banks, 3 dis
.jKi.nl noier', 5 dis
1 K.A i AliKANhAS.
All banks ol doubtltil
value.
Solvent o,i n hi, 5 tl i .-:
ALA!iA.MA.
solvent banks, IJili-
EXCHANGE.
JfTlo. sri.i.iNn.
New Yoif; i pnn, j prm
l'liiiadt'lpfiid J i "
Baltimore, i " J
AMERICAN GOLD.
MASONIC,
No.
Ac
XiaSf7 Vatcieni.l Masons, holdi
HHiileil MiiPOIIS. lilMd.'
h rc(julr(.'oiiiiiiiinii iitiiin ui McArtlmr, Vin
t, .tl -4 1 1 ' y . Oliio. evrry Sulnrday evening mi.
cr pr ceiling euili lull iii"o;i.
E. A. BRATTON, Sec'y.
lii r;il f iif', No. , lioUlsa reg-
iiliir Ccii 11 1 nit u t it ui at lliinuU'ii, V in ion co..
).. t v "rv 'I linr.- evem'i," on. or
D. L. T. HARD, Sec'y.
Oi'liliuii's Fi ii inl I olur, V, it.,
linlds a legnlar ConiiniMiirui'iou t Millics-
ille, Vintcn l oun'y. Ohio, every Satuiduy
fulling on, or leietling each full 1110011.
H. H. BISHOP Sec'y.
MARKETS.
McArthur, September 27
Apples, D.. i.OO Iron, 5uH
liu I lei per lb.. !2! Leather. 1831
tSmoked Hums, 11 'Lrd )ier lb. 8
" Slioiililers,- 9 .Moldsws. pr gal. HO
" Sides, 9 Nails, 3d to lOd. c10
Brooms, ' 30 Outs, 40
liians. V. 2.00 Potato's. Irish. 50
C'offe . , i4 Peacren, D.,-
Candles, 20 Pork pr cwl
Cheese,- 12 Sugar N. O.,
Cloverseed COf.l ' Louf.
2.00
4,00
10
15
Corn-. 65 ' CriiFheuV lOnU
lilggs pet ilox. 6. Salt, per bbl 3.50
Flour pet him. 4.0j " Table, pr Sack, -37
Flour .per bbl 08,00 Soan per lb 3a5
Flax Seed 75;TeHS, Y. H.
Feathers, 40 i ' lnieriu?
Fidh, White,... 8jTall(.w.
" Mackerel.. fclO Wheat per bu,
Hides 4' Wool per lb-.-
$100
12
1,00
20u50
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
BUSKIRK & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block
PORTSMOUTH. Sept. 27. 1855.
" Loaf tf
' Crushed.. . 10
Apples, Diietl : 7f
tirooiiisprtfoz S-'cyt
Bhc.oii Hums per lb. 9 Suit, Kanawha, bu. 45
Shoulder II
leas, loose 111 pac ks.
' Y. H., lb. 4.r60
" lin'er'l..556?
" Gunp'wdei 65
PobafTO M1.VK. rv.25
" Yu. cav... 2030
" Sides "
Heans.W. erbii. 3,00
Ca miles, mould IS
Star-..--2-1
Cotton. Yarns- Ibi
Cheese.W.R. lb.6JS
CoO'ee, Hio 'i
Cloverseed,. 6 01
llour pi bbl ...... feV'
Oil, Lard ir gal.. 80
Oil, Linseed "
100
50
2,00
Oats pr, bu.. .
reaches, Uriett
Potatoes, Irish
Feathers pr lb. - 45
125
Flaxieed, pr bu. l,)CISlemtus pr lb...
5i5
II
t isn, U)d pr lb.
Tallow pi lb.
" Mackerel 12u2 1
Lard pi lb... li '
Molasses, N. O. gal, 40
lar pr bid.
5,50
Timothy seed, fc3 CO
1 Wheat pr bu.-.. . 1,50
S. H. ". 45 Whisker, Commou 30
" G. S. " 50 Mou'hala. 50
Neils, 10 to 81) &4 J . . " , Ky, 6q
Sugar N, 0.- i7a6 , ,
3
. . WOOL! WOOL!!
IO.COO lbs ol Moot Wniilfd. '
1Y ISH to li'T ell tlvool I ian fcet, end
w ill y the hitheBt market filce.
woy 'tb, '55.-tl .. E. ABRATTON. '
S)V A N-' ,8 N E W THE A Tl HE
abene Work, with Forms complete for
r, ti.As rr . lli Voa'o Vfvir lnctii-A unA
hou'ld tlurcono, wn, at
J. K. A I). M ILL
ARE now receiving trnil 0eniiiK the larg
est Hid l l tl 'ele ted Muck id
FALL A..D WIXTER COUDS
ever bnnight to lliis n aiket. Hie senior
partner Imvii y g rnl coiifidi ikble lime in the
titief ol Bbliiinnie. PhilRdelphia, New Yoik
and Boslon in sell-ding kiul puichat-ing. ami
having aid care In I attention to (he latest
styles null moot improved patents of all ar
ticles of dress goods anil wearing apparel,
they are confident their stock cminot be sur
pm'scd, either in iiikinilude or variety of
styles by any in tins country. It consists 111
pari as follows: Ladies' DiefS Goods, and
t-liuwls every vuiiely and Ftvle; Cloths.
Cashimeicg and Tweeds of all kinds; ltead
Made Clothing of every description, for men
and bnvs; an exien;ie affnilmenl of Hats,
Caps, 15. 10 1 j and Shoes; llaidware, Qu.iis
ware. ver) lan e ttdki'f GriKeiies, Wall
and Window Paper, and a complete assort
ment ol Notions. Trimmings, ':. In short
llieir sloi k is complete in every department,
and will positively lie sold at the louest ii i-
ces. Pioduce nl all kinds wanted.
sept. 13 tf.
ON HAND AGAIN,
WITH A FALL AND WINTER STOCK OK
B0Q1S&SKGES.
CP. TUACY & Co. are now leteiving
ihnir full stock of Boots, Shoes, Hals
and Leather, and they beg leave to invite the
altenlioii uf wholesale and retail dealers lu
examine their stock, leeling w illing to assure
von thai they can give you goods upon such
terms as v ill Le ptrlccily satisluctory.
Their slock was mostly (irdered of the
inanulacturers, and ii liusbeeit their chief de
sign to select uu assortment ol both
STAPLE & FANCY,
iiut odapli'd to 1 lie apii(iachiiig season. Thev
also ktep Custom oi!ioiistantl on hand,
and make wink to order, upon the shortest
noihe together with an assortment of Hats
of varied sly les, all ol which they u ill sell
at low figures.
Two doors above the Franklin House,
Front street. POltTSMOUl'll, O.
sep. 13. '55 Ow
1NEVV GOOUST
f I HK undersigned desiie again to lender
X. their thanks 10 their ni.ni'riuis eu-tom-ers
for past luvois, and uuvisu them of tlie
liitt, that they are now receiving and own
ing lit ll: lliick corner, a Ling.: and Splend
,d Siock ol FALL AM) ULTEHDHY
(JUUDS- coiisiling of every variety ami
quality, suited to the wunts ol' their custom
ers and the community; which they pledge
themselves to sell as lute as (hey can be bought
in this or any ol 1 lie western markets. They
will not boast, brag, or banter, but they do
iwt inUnd to bf. txcdlftl in quntihj and quuli
tytj lluir 6'oodS, neithtr Uolhaj inlaid to
It uiidtiwltL
And while inviting the attention of their
cusu n.ers 10 the prnsjiects which are ahead,
tliey lies ire to lemiiid iliein ol I he fact, that
some ol them are in the urieuis lhat 'ihorl
settlements make long Iriends." That their
Auction Noies, and longstanding accounts
should iiuw be puid. And in view of tl
cliiiiiiluiice ol the -rois, and nieetis which
ureal their commiiiid. it is hoped they will
uy up the old score, or at least Hlle by
iiuie, mid commence ane'v.
MlADuS & rvKYNOLDS.
sep. 13. '55-1 1. "v.
ALLGEltiNtEtKANTMACHUNG !
l'A'lEJST Li UlW GLUE.
Ii he, - - - - - - 23 tiil!.
TIHIS (ek'bruied and very useful article,
J. the invention of a celebrated English
Chemist, and much used in Europe is now
otl'eied lo the Public ui a price that places it
in the reach of ull.
OCT N Housekeeper should be w ithout il,
as iih this nilicle they can immediately re
I uir uuy article ol Furniture, such its China,
Glass or ood, ihul may huve been broken
w itliutil the trouble uud expense of sending
it to the Cubiiiel Makers. For sale at
u. a. Biurrox's.
lboo. Fall .Trade. 1833.
Hi D. SKULL,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY
C.CCLS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
AND SHOES. 11 ATS,
CATS. BuNNL'i'S,
NOTIONS,
tf-c. &c.
PAINT STREET, CIIILL1COTIIE.
IS now prepared to supply Merchants and
Furnaie Proprietor, with all anicles in
his line at fair pritfs tnd upon reasonable
terms. His stock is new, large, and well as
sorted, and will be sold invariably at. Cin
cinnati prices. ang. 30 2in.
And Sliige (Mice,
M A IK STREET,
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
McARTHUR, OHIO,
JOS. KALER,
saesMmMM ii Oft
I3AfcSK.NGLP.S who stop ut ihis House,
can I he ihe Coach every tnorniug lor
Chillicothe, 10 Bei't Slution. theme by Rail
Road; also, every morning for Athens, and
other points South and Enst.
Ti e proprietor ussutes all who favor him
with a call, that no means will be spared to
make them comfortable Hid at charges lo
suit the times. july 27,'55.
New Hooks,
AND other Goods in his line of Business
are received hv Express almost every
week Irom Boston, New York, and the Cilies
of. the West, by J. R. W H1TTEMOKE,
mav 18. '55. Secoml St., Chillicothe. 0.
At Fkativ. ii.le, wish to purchase Hides for
uliich the Invest Market price w ill be given.
January 5.1855. if.
Hardware.
LIFPENCOTTS Axes, warranted 30 days
1 r the money refunded. Hatchets war
ranted. Tilietson's - Handsaws warranted.
Door Loc ks. Thumb Latches, Butt, Screws,
Augers, Smoothing Irons, Curry Combs,
tiorse mushes, files, Hasps, 111 shot every
thing in the Hardware line, at
- URATTON'S.
CHAS. A. 11. DAMABIB.
LEWIS C. DAMARIN
im. 'A.M. CAMARIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE GltOCUKS
iND.UEALLKS 1 Jl P K 0 1) I! C E.
No. 65, Front Stbeet, -
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
JsnuarvaO. I&54. Iv. .
OX YOKES.
t YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the Gilt. knw
XJ DENNING CAMFBELLc CO,
ROAD NOTICE TO NONRESIDENTS.
DOLGLAFS PUTNAM, and all other un
knowii owneiwof lands Ihroovh whiih
thf fi (lowing defiribed ro il run, will tkl
notice that a Petition lor in alteration has
' bieii preienlrd accoitling to law, and that at
the September session of the Commissioners
of Yinlon county, Ohio, an order was made
for a viev and surve) for an alteration of
that part of ihe Aiheus and McAfihur Road,
described ps follows, lo wit; Com mend ng
at the W est end of the luidge across Big Rue-!
: coon, near the lend of W. H. Blac k, in Knok !
(o'nship. in said county, thence running,
Iorlli-west JU or 40 rods along t!ie old Mill
road; thence nearly nest to the high gionnd
ajpive high wali rm.uk; llieute a south-west
course on the lower bench of the hill, on the
noith mle of the curk, on said Black's laud;
1 oiitiruing said last niemirurd diiection un
til it in'eisecis the old road viet of a laiv
rot k 111 the bank of said cn-ek.nn raid Black's
land; theme a bug 1 : near the old roed to the
fust run en Jacob Tediow's land; iheuie thro'
1 lie field 011 the north si 'e, on Wie liest ground,
in lerset ling the old mail in the most conve
nient plate; thence the nearest and l est route
through tie low gap at Win. meyeis place, in
Madison tout ship, in said county; thence
the nearest and best way to the foot of the
big hill near M. P.teies' house; thence ou
il.e m-arei-i ami best giouml to Maurice AI
hough's, there toeud. The Viewers and sur
veyor will meet on said road on the twelfth
day ol October, 1655, and then and tlieie
prixeed to view said pioposrd alteration
fix a compensation 011 lands appropriated lor
suid road and assess all damage (f c.
MANY 1'tTlllONF.RS.
seplemhe r 6'15 5w.
NEW WHOLESALE
ItEADY-JIADECLOTHlXG
WAREHOUSE.
HAWPTCN &. CAMFBELL,
Of ih late fiim cf Hmpti 0, Wllicn & Co.,
Ro. iJ lliird Mrctt beitru Wood i Jlurkct,
rriTsiiuiiG. pa.,
ARE now receiving llieir stock of Fall
lind Winter Goons to whiih they cull
His utUntiou ol Wksihin Mehi Hants.
Among llieir assnrtnnul will be found
MEN ASH BOYS CLOT MS Q
Of every possible description; aUoTroy and
Hartford Shirts and Collars, Wool, Merino
uud Cotton Undershirts and Drawers, -Silk
and Linncii Handkerchiefs, Men's Hosiery.
Suspenders, Cravats, Neck Ties, Stocks.
Gloves. iVu. Also. a general assortment ol
JSD1AN RllibEH GOODS.
We intei.d this stock shall iiluuys be one
of the lurgest, the beH fii'iiUlied, and the
most le.iiililul ami complete 10 he louud in
th. United Stales. ' Our connection with one
of the largest houses in Massachusetts where
the utmost care has been tiesioued in their
inautilactuie, gives us advantages w hit h w ill
enable us to sell Goods at Eastern Jobbers
prices, which we are determined lo do, ami
alsneuabjes us to oiler
A gieaier taiiel) ol Goods lo our cus
tomers Until. lias liitlitito Lieu
found in litis Market.
We resettlully solicit tlx; patronage of all
buyers visiting this city. The oiders of our
customers shall be prompilv uud satisfactor
ily filled on terms us liberal us by any other
house in the country.
HAMPTON & CAMPBELL.
Sept. 6 '55 Sin.
Wilson, Childs k Co.,
Sacccbnora to Iluviplun, H'inon cj- Co.,)
Wholesale Dealers in
FoKECN &. DOMESTIC DRY-GCODS,
U. ri Wood & ll!2 Third iStntUs,
- PITTSBURG-T A.,
ARE now opening a very complete assort
ment ol Dry Goods, and by the fust
Sepiciriler will be. able to exhibit a very at
(active stock. They respectlully invito un
early tall from all engaged in the trade.
Aug. 23. '55 3inn.
iv ORE GvOCCS &. GROCERIES.
Ihave just recei- ed a new supply ol Wall
Paper and BtiKUEitK; the largest lot ever
brought to McAriliiir.
r-T f Also. COFFKK. P.ire- Mni.Assra. To-
i - -- .
iiiluACCo's, &c; ull ol which 1 will sell
ui ihe lowest figures. E. A Bkatton.
MARGARET CASMI.LS FSTATE
7 otioe is heieby given, that the undersign
Jl has been appointed and duly n null lied
as Adininistralrix of the Estate of Murguiet
Cassill, lateol Vinton county, deceased.
Aug. 25th '05 LEv IS A. ATWOUU.
Sliudes & Reynolds, Pl'l'fls ) In Altachmeiit.
auainst
George Ulloin, Defendnnt. ) (Civil Action.)
THE Delendant will take notice, that ihe
Plaintiffs in the above, case, on the 2-1 th dav
ol July, a. d. 1855, caused an order of At
tachment to be issued by J. vv. aweton.
Justice of the Peace for Elk township, Vin
ton countr, Ohio, aaainst the goods, chut.(l-g,
S'.ccks. interest in 1 locks, rights, credits.
moneys and effects ol said Defeiiduni, an
absconding debtor of said county, to satisfy
the claim of the Plain tills' lor five dollars
and eighty-six cents and fill) en dollars the
probable costs ol suit and tlmt said cau.se
has been continued for service on 6a id Defend
ant. and will be. lor hearing beloie said Jus
tice, at Ins ofhee 111 McArtlmr. in said town
ship, on (he 8ih day of September, a ti.
1855, at 10 0 clock a. in. ol said (lav, IfiEl
aloresaid. SHADES PibliNOLDS.
aim 10 55
JAfV.fcS FURSELL,
LXCLUS1VLLY WHOLESALE DEAL
ER IN FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
GOODS, QUEENSWARE, CHlNAi
AND GLASS.
No. 1 Enltipnio Bnlldlng, Front St., FortunoutL
2d August, 1855. 2d August, 1355.
EW GOODS.
rpilE UNDEKS1GNED is now in recti ft
X Ol his I'hII 6101k Ol Dry Goods,
BONNETS, Fluts. Caps. &c, to v.liu A
Oiip invites the snecial a'.ieutiou of ni- r-
tliatiis und luriiace owners, Willi the a.vsi.-
ranee that the Goods will be sold as iow ht
.A.. .un hp hui troin llip. New ork ui.il
1IICJ -" ....... ----- -
Philadelphia jobbers, and at such prices as
will save the excuses tin purchases made in
Cincinnati or Pittsburgh.
I.uis iiiiri-liBM-sand imoortations of Glass
and Uueensware make mv stock very lar,e
. I II I ..A L .
and complete, al 01 wnicn isoiieaeu ai lae
lowest rales and on liberal terms.
it, is the true inlereslof merchants and
dealers to buy 6510 per nionlh near home in
preierence to S3.000 semi annually aia dis
i.m it lima ItHpoiiiD their slocks Iresll.
and distributing their bills payable 111 a shape
llie mure easily paiu.
JAS. FURSELL.
Portsmouth, 0.. Dec. 2i, 1854.
J.lv.AD. WILL,
WUOLKALE AND RETAIL LEALEB IS
DRB 00 DSr GROCERIES.
LARD WARE, U VEENS WA HE,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
IMS, i Ars. runs, shoes, mouite,
Ac, Ac, At:.,
Main Street, AkAr&ur, Ohio. -StrjfW.Tf
,
SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY
RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON mil after Friday, 1st of June, 165$
Trains will run as follows, to wil;
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clock A.M. and airive at Jackson at 12
o'clock M. Reluming leave Jackson at 11
o'clock P. M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 5
o'clock P. M.
Train No. 2 leave Jackson at 71 o'clocu A.
. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A.
. Reluming leave Portsmouth at 2 P. M.
ami arrixe at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
Trains stop only for passengers at the foV
lowing sin lions, to wit: Sciotoville, Web.ler.
Washington and Gallia Stations, Portland,
Cros Roads and Irwin's Stilion.
J. W. WEBB, Superintendent,
June 15. '55.-2e-if.
RAILROAD. COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
I Iff
i' mno ARRur.EET.
wxrrra 0N AND after
7jTgfi?j.MoiKlay. June 4th iiH
i.lft:j3, a lJuiiy Line ol iMail
Coaches will iuii regularly between McAr
tiiurtiuu Dyers station; as tollows :
Iave McArthtir at 5 o'clock. A. M m.
sing Ihrougli llutndeii 6. arrive at Byer's at
a a.
Ilr turning, leave Byers' at 5, P. M-, pas
sing through Hamden 6J, P. M.; arrive at
McArthtir at 8. P. M,; connecting wiih the
Marietta & Cincinnati R. R., to and from
Chillicothe.
A Daily Coach will leave McArthur every
morning lor ..Ibnny.Pomeroy, Athens, Hock
ing Pori. Parkersburg and Marietta.
June lst,'55. tf. H.T. HOYT
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R.
( t- y -Vf-. ,i.V,'-;--y-
SLU AliGA.C01L.TS.
PASSENGERS leaving Columbus at 2:15
a. in-, Cincinnati at 6 a. m., or Chilli
cothe at II a. in., arrive at Bjers'(23 miles
east of Chillicothe) at 12:30 p. m.
A Train leaves Byers' daily Sundays ex
cepted at 1:40 p. in., by which passengers
arrive at Chillicoihe at 3:15 p. m.. Cincinnati
at 5:20 p. in., or Columbus at 11:1' p .ni.
Stages to and from Athens. Pomeroy, lc
Ardiur, Hanuleii. Jnckson. Gullipolis, cVc,
connect with ihe Trains at Byers', and pas
sengers can ii;iike ihe trip lelwet n cither of
these places und Columbia, Cijiciiinuti or
Chillicoilie in a single day.
An atxommoilutioii Train is run tlully--ex'ept
SuiiiIbs Irom Cliillicothe to Elan
Chester bud buck.
Passengers by ibis train have Chillicothe
alb a. in., mid arrive al Cincinnati at 11:13
a. rn., or Columbus at 1:45 p. m. I.eave Co
lumbus at II a. in., or Cincinnati al 4 p. m.
h i let arrive at Chillicoihe al 10 p. m.
Faie from liters' to Cincinnati 630
do." do. to Chillicoilie 70
Tluougli Tickets between Columbus and
Cl illicoihe (3,50. lo be had only at Colum
bus and Xenia Railroad Ticket Olfice al Co
liiilihus, und on the cars of Marietta and Cin
cinnati Railroad on leaving Chillicoilie.
juug. 1055.U.J JOHN WADDLE
II. LLOYD k CO.,
Wholesale boot & shoe Wahkhodse
no, 3. L'mhTjt liloik, From Street,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
HAVE just received llieir extensive Fall
Stock, consisting nf all the latest stylos
and fashions. Our stock having been pur
chased direct from the manufacturers, prin
cipally for cash, with great care in the se
DtcTtoii of quality and sizes adopted to the
Western trade, we areenubled to offer, su
perior inducements ibis Fall, end are deter
mined not to he undersold by any regular
house either in New York, Philadelphia or
Baltimore.
In addition 'to our extensive stock of Boots
and Shoes will be found a large and well se
lected stock of
HATS Q, g CAPS.
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade.
Men hams and Furnace Owners visiting our
city aie invited to call and examine for them
felver. j TothkLaoies. We are now manufactur
ing a superior urticle of bodies' and Misses'
Ciaiicfs' Buskins and Slippers. Having pro
cured some of the best workmen in ihe West,
tveare prepared to supply those w ho want
custom work.
Leather. One Thousand lbs, Red Sole
Leathei.12 00 lbs, No. 1 White Sole Leather,
3f dozen French call Skins. 25 dozen Craw
lord's iS'kihs, 10 dozen Kip Skins. Upper
leather und Shoe Findings always on hand
and for sale at the lowest market price.
January 20. 1S54 1 y.
ROAD NOTICE.
en, lhai a Petition w ill be piesented, at
the next rtssion ol the Commissioners of
Vinton coun'y, Ohio, praying for an altera
tion of that part of the Atliens and McAr
thur Road describe I as lollows, to wit:
Commencing at the West end of the bridge
across Big Raccoon, near the land of W. II.
Black, in Knox township in said county;
thence running Northwest 30 or 40 rods
along the old Mill road; theme nearly West
to the high ground above high water mark;
theme a South-west courseou the lower bench
of the hill, on the North side of the creek on
said Black's land; continuing said lust men
tioned dirction until it ititersects the old
Road west of a large rock, on the bank of
Sbid creek, on suid Bluck's land; thence along
(or near) ihe old roud to the first run on Ja
cob Ted row's land; thence through the field
on the Noith side, on the best ground, inter
secting the old road in the most convenient
plat; thence the nearest and best route thro'
the low gup at Win. Meyers' place in Madison
to-viiship, in suid county; thence the neaiest
and best way to the lool ol the big hill near
M. Reeves' house; tin lilt? on the neaiest and
besi ground to Maurice Albough's, there to
ciiil: ami t'eiitiM.ers pray lor a view aim ai-
eialtunol the same. WASY fLTiTioNEits.
august 3, '55 4w
ROAD NOTICE.
en, that a Petition will be pieseuteii at
,l,o i.ovt Mctinn ill ti p. fiiniitv Conini'iKsioil-
ers, within and lor ihe county ol Vinion. O.,
praying lor an order ol buivey, v lew ami an
uli.TKiimi Hint luiniion (il lound to beaeood
route) uf a County Road, within suid couu
ty, commencing lor the same at the bridge,
near the house ol Jacob Aukrom, iu Jackson
township, theme along ihe McArthur Road
to the corner of suid Jacob Ankrom's meadow;
thence on the South side ol ll.e road leaning
lo MiArlhur; thence Eastwardly to a Sugar
. ..j, .... I n ml nl Jumps Me.Vlichel. near
, t , v.. " '
the corner of his field at ihe Tow nship road:
-i r . t I. . 1 1 .
thence along tbe fcasi sine oi ine noiiow.
through the land ot Isaac wyscarver; incuce
.i...,,.h dill Mi-Michel' land to a Liven tree
1 11 1 W .1 l ' vu.u " " " f
ou Ihe land lormerly ow ned by Jacob Lutz;
thcuee up the lelt nana sine oi me noiiow 10
..,. i,.),., fl,.i(iti'iirliip' thence to while
IIOI wjin. ww--. 1 ri
Ouk tree, at the end of said Clowson's lane;
thence to John Hawk's fetice.aud along said
tent.e to intersect the road leading Irom Lo
cust Grove to McArthur, and theN lo,endj-r-and
that said part ol said first rtieiuioned
McArthur roa.d b acated,
ljuly 27 Aw IUasy rETtTioNsas.
Jil W OUK. of every descrlojtiou neatly
.5cvwtuhiB yitcf .
. , ScbooUJooks,,, .... ,
M CCL'FFEY'6 EERIE8 COMPLEE.
SPELLEKS, First, Second. Third Fourth
and Fifth Readers. The Hetnau's YotuiJ
Ladies Readers.
Pineu's Primaiy Gramme?,
" Allalylirat
M Englii-h Teacher,
Ray's Aiethmalic, Parts First. Sfcnud and
Third, Ray's Algebra, Parts First and Second.
MiGulVey's Electic Primers.
The Elementary Sieller.
Webster's school Dictionary,
Mitchel's Primary Ucography,
Mitthol'i tai School Geography, latest
edition.
Copy Bo. Vs. S!tes. Prnctls ami all kinds
cf sluik-nury for tthooW, for sale it
BRATTON'S.
ACCOUNT BOOKS!
fl AVINU a large Slock of Duy Eexki,
I I Journals and Ledgers, made of excel
lent psr ami bound well in sheep, with
Morocco or Russian bands. 1 w ill sell them
lor a Ifiv mouths at l'mcw SuitrvistNaLy
Iiw!
Those in want of Blank Bo As and w!in
buy for use or lost II agniiican havefcui'C'if's
that will satl-fu tl.mihdirg and fiuit the tiiW
im.:.. : f. i 1...1 . I I
i UI. 1ft ta tug d (iiutl liroi ; I lliran uav I
say. ' J. K. WIHTTEMORE,
No. I, Union Block, Second si.
Chillicothe, Ohio. Imayl8,'55
G.ViAOERSOFJ
riinwARMMj a.d rosmssioN uliuimxt.
CENTER WHEELS G YIIARES
WHEELING. VA.. & BRIDGEPORT,
lias large ami extensive Ware lloiiies, anu
is prepared w ith every facility, to attend to
all business, eiilrusted to his care, properly
He forwards I reight by Cur loads or otherw ise
Septemher 2.I&53. ly
PioadTaxlSIw.
IHK rate of Taxation for Road purposes.
X in Vinton county, for the ear 1855, is
at the raw ol Ten Cents on eurh Hundred
Dollars valuation of taxable proper1 v, which
may be discharged by labor on the Roads, un
der the diiection of the Siiiiervisors of ihe
severul Districts, at the late of one dollar
per dav. JOSEPH MAGKE.
lai g 17 4 Auditor V. C. O.
C. P. Tf.ACT. r. I. OAKES.
C. P, TRACY k CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesalt
VKALKK IN
BOOTS. SHOES, HATS.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
Our duor btlow T. Kinnry k I'o's Hank,
I runt Strctl. I'URTMIOITII, O.
April 27. Ifc55. 1 v.
IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.
lOO.OOO'-SS."1 ""
5000 Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
300 Kegs assorted cut und wrought Nails.
3000 Lbs. square, round and octugon
Steel. Just received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July 29. 1&53.
Sggs DR.DUHLAP,
10-
-.
(Q- ttllict', McArthur House.
McARTUVll, OHIO
Feb. 16, 1855. ly.
Si Hi HOLIES,
(Successor lo Smith and Holmes.)
MANLTACTUKEt.8 OK
Tiu, Slirrt Iron, and Cupper Warrs,
ALSO 1JEALF.ES, W HOLESALE It P ETA 1 1.. Itt
Stoves, Grates. & llolhw Ware,
MARKET STREET, EAST SIDE.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
A i r!l 1 1554. ly.
Washington Union Insu
rance Company.
Cf'ice in Ileum's lilotk.rurnrr Superior St.
mid I'ulilic tqiiiirr,
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
CAP1TL
ri HIS well Known Hojie Company is pre
X pared, ah usual, to take risks on the sa
fer clai-tes of Pioperly. Their means are
ample, and their rates are as reasonable as
those of any sound Company.
(y NO SPECIAL HAZARDOUS OR
STEAM RISKS TAKEN.JQ3
OFFICERS:
D B. Dunham, President,
Geo. M)gun, Vice President and
Treasurer,
O. N. Skeels, Secretary,
Geo- B. Seu'.er, General Agent.
DIRECTORS:
Gporge Mvgatt, Cleveland,
F. T. Backus, do.
A. S. Suiulfoid, do.
Jacob Perkins, do.
Benjamin Noitlmip, do.
Geo. B. Stnicr, do.
O. N. Skeels. do.
D. B. Dunham, do.
C. W. Cook, do.
Timothy Buker, Norwalk.
John Clerk, Brunswick.
J. P Robinson, B. dlord.
W. M. Powell. Cleveland, (West side.)
E. t. B1NUHAM. Agent,
ljuly20'55 Gin McArthur, Ohio
DRUG STORE.
GEO. li. WILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
llEALEtt IN
CHI CS, CHEMICALS, PAINJS,
varnish, dyes.pvre essential
OILS, INSTHLAjEM'S. Vh'USH.
ES OFE VERY DESCRIPTION,
ANATOMICAL PKEPARA
TlO.S, 33 tmmsmmm:
FuucyA rticle. Drvgzibtt' Shop Fur
nit urc. 67u Wurt.Wiutloit Glass,
AcoiwI, ijc, ij c , ijc.,
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
UhSPhXTF ULLY
informs his frienl;
ami the ublic. that he is
now opening a large ami
tiierior stock uf Drugs.
J-c, ihe.1 have been selec
ted vith -erfoiiafcare foi
tin ... . ''
Phvsip,AN!" nd cuatomen. i!l fiiv oui
rnmsof ihe best quality, ull o( wluclt wv
will sell at th lowest, pvi;e.s.
i Ail AISO AGENT.. ,
Tor all kinds of Futent Medicines, Englisl
French and Geiu.au Herl. Tobacco. Cigars
and a fine assortment of Sotps, Extracts a it
Vvfi Wwi. l;e 15, 1S55, tf
U 0UKS! Ii0 UM !
E, A. Bfl.TfO'
ANNOUNCES to Ihe. ci tigoits. oC Vi.sf
ton county, that he has Jtut recvieil h
new stockof Books and Stationary, cinsislir.
in part of ' ' :
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from tl 50 ( -65
00. '
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS, i
i.it iii-.t i l nioruccti. tri t ttt truin ujti uiut-
' o '
"'ev
Wcetns' Life of Wasiiinqtox,' ' .'"'..
" Fhaxklim, '
" " Mahiom, JJ -
Life of Damel Boose, ,
Black Hawk, " . . . .' .'"'
Shakespeab's works comlott?. ' '"
Bvitos s " " . ..
Life of 1'. T. Barncm. ' ''
tjv nvuiuJba iiiniuii i't inc in; iui in i '
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Unowleu : '
RtNALDO Ri.NALm.TA, a RnmaiK.
Hale's lltstorv ot thi Lilitetl States. , ;
, Grimshaw's History of the United SU.-. .
Child at Home, a Motnl Tale, .. t.
MASONIC W RKS.
The Craftsman, t!ieLihtof the. Tn.i i! :.
and Meloddies for the Craft, comaiiiin ; . t
exi client selection ot Hymns and OJcs' s:i!i
hie for evry occasion. ,
SUNU UUUHS.
The American Songster, Parlor S i r; --" .
Exilu of Erin. Soncs of Old Irelamf, :c,;
Songs, and a variety of other. Smig B.v. .
Moral and Instructive story bool;s re!;'.'-
IrutLPictoriulTuy Books for childr.-.i.of
lescription. -. '.'",
BLANK BOOKS.
Justices' Dockets. Lexers and Day B '.-.
bound in leather and half binding, of ai! -.:; .
STATIONARY.
Best Cap Paier, Blue Post Letter 1'. ! "
Commercial Note Patter. Bill Tatter, el.-i L v.
Q.iir.s, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, liiks:..;:t..
Wafers. Writing Sand, and Stutioti'nv !'
every kind, all of which will be sol. let
lowest fiiiire. fur rash. inav4 .)). t :
O. MUHUAY, P. H, MUBBAV, JAS. il i.' A..
"-a
Impojters of, and Dealers in.
iardware and cutli:::v
SIG.' 0FTIIE rRO.YT CT.
PORTSMOUTH. OHIO,
WP! will iliinlif-nlp liilla it'ilh mv t..!'':1.
j,..... ...... ....
inliliiitp HnnuA in thp Wpcl f!nii! fr
chants, furnace proprietors, railioad co,.1 '
tors, ami omers, witidUDserve uicir umt 1
giving us a call
May I'J, 54. ly.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Benjamin Allen, ri'tflT, f
ucninst (Civil Acti--
John Shuts, Deft. 3
"ITE Defendnnt will take notice th. t ;
Plaintiff in the above case, on ti..
duy of September, 1855, caused an Oi'ei r
Attachment to be issued by ISatliau Sir
Justice of the l'eace for 6'wun towi.--:
Vinton county, Ohio, against the y
shuttles. stocks, rights, credits, inonci
ell'ects of suid Defendant, a non-ie. ' '
debtor of said Vinton county, to suti.-K
claim of the Flain'.ifr for Filty Doll.. 1
costs of suit, and that said cnusj h:i- :
continued for service on said Dcfeir.lati' 'i
will le for hearing before suid Justice fi '
c.fiice in sa'ul township, on the 27th il...
October. ISjj, at 2 o clock p. u.
BFNJAM1N ALLM.'
Sept. 20 3wr
GLO. AflUNSON'S ESTATE
V OT'iCE is hereby given, that the i.
L 1 Kiiil has been apiointed and ou- i'-
tlitiinistiatrix of the Estate nf George .
kinsoii, lute of the county of Vintoi.- .
ceased. AVAD1NA ATKlNlC,-'.
scn.13 3w.
JACOB MITCHELL'S EST AT.'
NOTICE is hereby jiven, that Job. .
ell. Adininistrutor of the E-iU'ti
cob Mitcliell. Jr., late of the county O; '
ton. dweused, has filed in the Probalu i
of said county his. accounts and voucl :i
such administrator for inspection am.
settlement, and that said uccounts v . -
mssed upon by said Court on the 21 ' .
October. 1855. B. I'. IIEWITV.
sept-13 uv. Pro. Judge V. C. .
JAMES McCONNELS ESl'AT'."
V OTTCE is hereby given, that the. i ,
J. i signed has Iteen appointed and iu
Executor of ihe last Will and Test
James MtConnel, late of Ihe counlv e.!
ton , deceased. PATRICK MVR I".
sept.13 3v
STRAW cuttef:s. .
20
YANKEE Straw Cutters, from ,
612 : n'ceived at the Gilt AumI
DF;NN1NG, CAMPBELL t.'
Jul v 29. 1853.
JOHNSON'S BOOK STO .
il it. JUUiau-, isucccsMir 10 .'
XJ.. Jones) keens ccnsUintly on !....- .
lari:e stock of
BOOKS, STATIONERY, V,'.l
PAPER Mc.
Which he will sell at Eastern Price 3. 1 '
his design to afford Country lUercUh., ...
lUlchasrrs genetuiiy, s-uui locuities iv-.
,li in.. ii.omsi-Ufs with everv article i"
line, us they huve not heretofore cnjuy.
Additiniis are now being made to his . ..
wliidi will make ono o vtia Lxufstai j
in the Western country.
As a mere outline, lui slock will lo .i . i
to consist of !
BOOKS Medical. Scientific, Law, Tir . !. -4-r
S-liiu)l. Pdank ami Mistvlhtn . .
STATlONERY-Lelteftr,.B.iU ouS :
IUHT.
ENVELOPES-BulT, Eniles?ed ' and V'
W hite. and Govemmei:'.;
WALL PAPER A heavy ami well M--i
stock, at prices ranging from 6 1
to 61,50 pe' bo1'.
the greatest variety,. cu', , AY
Blinds. ' ' '
3LN K BOOKS Ledgers, Jonrnn!, VJ
: Books, and Time Books, nil ui. 1. v
stvle. , .
PERIODICALS Tliose. issued Myn'.'.ii; . " .
others. , .
MAPS Large Maps of both llemisphetet Y i
of the United States; Smalt, i.?,-.'
each of the Western. SlattjSj i,,. ...
Mexico.- -
FANCY ARTICLE of different kin'-."
ALSO Slates.' Copy Books, Copper' V"
Pencils," Gold ami Steel Pees. i.A"
all kinds, lukslands; Wafers, i.t;t o.
Allot which wiii be sold lvr.U
-alo and Retail at Johsm'k'h. Lkhis i.
iuues' old stand, Pauil-SV,PUllVui!;'-'vi"-
.UeccinberD. 1S3.J. ly. ; tii
3 I
' : y :.i:,Ni1
: PAPEU 1OUU ROGwit i
Just revived, the lutgest sin (ft.-! '
lot of' Wall Paperevcr befor t-:Aim
sle in MrArlliur, with fine-'VeUt C.i.e.v
'm Bcrd.-rs. : Cullaml wl t If Tf ;i' 1
oft.' 4, - - iiiA-'v '
tr :ti ;r.-i .all

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