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LIST OF AWARDS.
I70TI the foith in mm! f air of Vinton c c on-
X tv, tobeheMin WcnKlnu,iu iu
First 1'uesday in October next.
CLASS-A—CATTLE.
B est Bull orf i 3 yrs old . 1 3 fO
Kf,rt do do 3 l('
Best Teariold.'
C-econi do -
Eest Bulllyeai old
Second cdo
lUct Rnfl Calf. -
4 1.0
3 LI
3 CI
S0O
1a ..." 4(0
Best Heifer Calf " 1 C0
Best Cowfine class, m 3;esrt ord-- I CO
5jrnnrt doe.- ............ -3 CO
Best tkifer ot Cow2 rem o'.d
Second do
BestHeifet I year old
Second do- -...-..
Bert milch Cow
Second do
TLc rX nf mm
3 CO
7 v .
fiAs.tnt In.
CC
Hb 2 vears old 2 CO
Second do....;; WrjB.
Best steer 2 years old i
Second do .-Lipoma.
Statement of Milch Cow to I by weight
for ten day certified by one ir note .eitons
in writing. . .
The following rersrns aieprpintcd
Awarding Coronjitties for tlie . ret-cit
year
Messrs. Jones. ("Gillespie ftille.O
Jdo. H.Davis, (Unhn.cr.dale, O.,
Charles Morris, ( Lee, Alliens co., u
CLASS—B—No. 1—HORSES.
Best stallion over 4 j ears elf)
Second do.
Best stallion colt 3 jraisold
Second do
Best 6tad colt 2 years old
Second do
Best stud colt 1 year old tt
Second do
Best brood mare overyears
Second 1o
Best BrooJ Mare aiwfcal
Second do
Best sucking Colt
Beat Filly 3 years old past
Best Filly 2 year old
Be6t Filly 1 year old
Best pail matches for tent ml nipt ies
Best light harness Gelding
Best saddle Gelding
Tlr.fl fnri
tr co
3 oo
3 CO
2 00
a oo
. 1 00
. 1 50
. t CO
. 3 00
2 (.0
. I (0
, 3 CO
2 00
. 2 CO
. 2 10
1 00
. 3 CO
. 2 00
2 00
2 00
Washington TJennison, Dan I al
ler, Chas, Traphngeu.
CLASS—B—No. 2—JACKS & MULES.
Best Jack over 14,hon:ls hiih
Best Mule over 141 hands biih
Ctnnal llults an litullt to Animals.
Z When there ib but die exhibitor, although
he may show several animals in a class, only
one premium will be awar.led-ihat to be the
flist or otherwise as the merits ol the animal
maybe adjudged by the cin.n .nice; sue.
premium will not be awarded when ti e ani
mal is not worthy though there be no com-
John Robbins, A. W. Boihwell and
Henry Brown.
CLASS—C—SHEEP.
Best Buck of fine grade
Second do
Best Ewes, fine wool, 3 or more
Second do
Best Lambs, fine grade, 2 or more-
Second do
Best Buck for mutton
Best mutton sheep of any grat'e
62 00
1 00
2 00
1 00
2 00
1 CO
2 00
1 00
Wm. Tisue, Thos. M. Bay, Wm.
F. Felton.
CLASS—2—SHEPARD DOG.
Best shepord dog
The Board ot managers w ill act as committee.
CLASS—D—HOGS.
Best boar over 1 year old
Second do
B.Rt hoar over 6 m. and under 1 year
2 00
1 00
IflO
2 CO
1 00
3 00
2 00
1 CO
Best breeding sow."
becond do
Best sow end Figs
Second do
Hor ',tl . . .
Best lot of pips not less than 5 ana not
nvA 1 ft mnnihm ftl.l
200
Discretionary premiums win oe awaroeo on
inimals ol merit not included in the above
list.
- John Swepston, John Wyman and
Robert Sage.
CLASS—E—POULTRY.
Best pair of Shanghais 1 Jj jj
Best pair Dorkings 1 00
Best pair Poland s ,' JJ
Best pair Carills 1 CO
Best pair of mixed breed oiconimon.". 1 CO
All animals exhibited in fairs cannot com
pete for single premiums
E. F. Bingham, Jno. P. Pljley and
E. A.Bratton.
CLASS--F—IMPLEMENTS &c.
Farm in best repair, not less than 40 a.- 5 CO
Best farm wagon 50
Best buggy 5 CO
Best Plow 1 00
Best Horiow. 1C0
Best Wheat Fan 1 CO
BestHorse Rake for hay.t.. CO
Best scram 1 00
Best sett of chains I CO
Best sett of harness
. Best saddle and brridle
Best gents summer boots
Best eents Winter boolr
1 00
300
I 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
Bestspecimen of Blacksmithing-.
Best specimen of Tailoring
Best specimen of Cabinet Ware.
Best bedstead
Best sriecimen of Printing
1 00
r o ww
Bestspecimen of Wood Turning-. 1 00
Best side of tanned Upper Leather 1 00
JJest tinned bole or Harness Leatfl-
r- I 00
Bust barrel of Flour i oo
Discretionary premiums will be re
eommened on farming implements of
merit not included in above list,
John Morrisson, Hiram Denninp,
Abraham JohtiSon, Peter Hoop, Win.
3old.
CLASS—G—MINERAL PRODUCTS.
Best discovery of Mineral pro
ducts Dip.
J. R. Urown, David ' Jones. Cyrus
.New kirk, "Reese Thooppson and Solo
non Isaroinger.
CLASS—H—DOMESTIC MANUFAC'RS.
"Best lot of Butter 100
Best light Bread ........... . J 00
Best Cheese 1 CO
3es( 10 yards of Carpet... 2 00
JBes t Bsc Carpet. l CC
Best 8 yards Jean-
Beit 5 yards Flnnel.
JJest needle work Quilt
.Second do
1 00
I CO
Jl 00
1 00
J 00
50
1 CO
Best Coverlet. .... . .
JJest wollen knit Socks- ..
JJest a lbs. Maple Sugir-.
J5ei 1 10 lbs Honey . taken .not kill
ihg bees...
a co
Mrs. Mary Richmond, Mrs. D. P.
Hewitt, Mrs. U. Deiiinnr,
Mrp, E
F. Clrpliam r-r.d Mr. Wm. Time.
Mrs. Mary Richmond, Mrs. D. P. CLASS—1--FIELD CROPS.
Fn.1 C'l-lii iK'V l:.t le-es it ull 1 lire !S CO
Sp, ( nil do 3 CO
LVt V.'l.ft ilo do do tlo do 3 CO
in ml
do
do
2 CO
Bsi pifi Slet-tU'W, do do t'o do 5 CO
Seioii't do do 3 00
Rest Pumice rri p. do dn lo acre 1 00
Second do .Vi I 00
Jolui Jvsiikin, Li Clcik r.vdJi.o.
Dtrwd.
CLASS--J—HORTICULTURE.
Rest I'lirlielof .A'.lii 1 CO
Em buvhel of Penile I CO
Best perk of rar 1 CC
Best s peii.m?n ofCrapes 100
Best bushel of Sweet rotators" I 00
Rest lot of Quinces 1 00
Best Boquet 1 00
Joseph McKinnis, Thos. B. Davis,
A. Wolf.
DISCRETIONARY COMMITTEE. No. 1.
D. D. T. llaid, James Gillions,
Geo. Johnson, Wm. S. Wilson and J.
DISCRETIONARY COMMITTEE. No. 2.
Miss Martha Murdodi, Miss Eliza
Riclimnnd, Miss Rebecca Wilson,
Miss Elizaltth Briggs, Mies Helen
Frenili,
AH perfons wishing to compete for
premiums, must become members of this
society ten riais preceeding the day of
lair, By order of ihe Roard,
B. P. HEWITT, Prest.
O. T. GUNNING, Sec'y.
Aug 23d. 1855.
'10
R, BELL & G0.;
Wholcfale Manufacturers and Dealers in
ROOTS. SHOES. HATS. CAPS.
LEATHER. SHOE FINDINGS. jc,
No. 5, Infer rise Block, Front St.,
1OETSM0ETH, OHIO.
EAVE lie plrsure of announcing to the
t ri.de in general, that they are now fill
inc th ir lurce shf warehouse ,-w-ith a more
ohundunt sioik then ever, diiet t from the
hands of the best mrmufoctuiers Ernst, and
theii ow n workshops at home; consisting of a
great variety of the best class of gnmia suited
lo the wants of this country for the Fall Trade.
All dealers at WHOLESALE are earnestly in
vited to cull before purchasing, and exuiniue
for tl.einselves their extensive stock now on
hand, and still coming in, as they feel asfcureH
of their ability to please in quality and prire.
Their lamelv increased trade Dfl'ords oneev
idenee of lie favor w ith w tiiuh their manner
of doing husiiKss has bren ie eived. and whi'e
thev testily to tlie liberulttv ol their phtrmis
and Iriemls, they reiternie the assurHme that
they w ill spare no pains lo render entire sat
isfaction. Their6'.o(k is laigc, mriiuilHctiired
mostly in their own sheps, and Hy contract
to their oider. Their facilities for doing a
lurse business are abiindnntlv amide. Ihev
sell onlv at wholesale, have hut one pkice.
and will warrant all their good as they rep
reent them, An cxouiinatinn or tneir goods
and priros. is rwrect fully sulicled.
N-pienitier vj. itD'i. Jmo.
llH'ltOJC Dictli,
No. 1, Front Street.
DISSOLUTION,
THE co-partneiship heretofore existing
between the subscribers, under ti e firm
of Oakts & Buskiik, was this (lav dissolved
by mutual consent. F. J. Oukes havina sold
his entire interest to Messrs. George & Chs.
11. Eevis. fctl claims will be sctiU'd.and dehic
collected hy Buskirk & Dm is. our successor;.
. J. u.iKhs.
A. W. BLSKIRK.
A.W. lUtKIHK, GEO. DAVIS, CHAS. H. DAVIS.
IIISKIKK i DAVIS,
(Surres:orof Oakes & Buskirk.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
PRCCUCE DEALERS,
Eutk)t Link, litinl Mr it I,
tQKT&MOUTII, O.
January 19, 1654, -tf.
JF YOU CA L M Mill my."
JOHN S. HAWK,
MAIN S'IKEET, McARTHUR, OHIO,
Tirltr in nil kinds of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, QUEENLY A RE. HA'IS,
APS. BONNETS, BOOTS d
SIIOES. READY MADE
LOTH1NG, IRON &
NAILS. &c. Also
Agent for
LOUDON & Co's. POPULAR FAMILY
MIDIC1NES,
IS jiift receiving from Cincinnati, one of the
Larwn a.id best selected slocks of New.
i'ai-hiiuMiblr and
CHEAP GOODS
Evpr brouthl to McArthur, expressly for the
Winter trade, which he is determined to sell
on the most reasonable terms.
Just call and see my New Goods before
mir( lifisiiip pIrpu hpip
I c ' "
Bring along your Produce, for in the way
of Barter lv ili give yon ascood bveainsas
though you brought the Cash.
IWeintr 17, lfc&4. 1st. c. ly.
Pulilic ln i talion.
1IICK0CK ii lirt).,
HAVING just opened a Wholesale and
Retail II AT VI OHE in Portsmouth.
on Front Street, between Market and Jcflcr-
son, they invite All to call and examine their
stock of
fIliUt and Caps, Straw Goods, Trunks.
nj Vulis, Carpet Eus, tmbrtllas Ir,
OH EVERY DUCRIFT10M.
rurthasers can at all times find at our es
tablishment a full and complete assortmen
ol tie richest and .most desirable styles, at
well as the most common fabrics. Our lont
.-!-unite iii uir puEincss. anct Know ledge ol
iiioiiu.otiuiii.f , iui u i.Kiiiues lor piinna
sing, are such that ive are confiilent ve can
sell lower than onv other House in the West.
tti.a ot all kinds w anted, for which the
riighesl piK-es w ill be paid.
Portsmouth, November 4. 1SS3. ly
01 YOKES,
"f YANK EE Cx Yokes, at the Gilt. nvi
-IvJ 1 INNING. CAMTBELUSCO.
NOITCE.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER.
1
RAVE this.day soid toV'estfall,Slewari
d- Co. my entiie inteiest in th Cincia-
rati Furnnce Company, and am therefore no
lon(.ern partner therein, . .
C rtfusATi OfcitAri, June 'I,-. i
jtarytBtT 'natxaiausss.
j
2(10,000
IX- "-GIFTS rCR IiEFFIiriE!
CAVTAL flTr- AllT-lXICkV,
COM'MBl'S, OHIO.
I BUN ELL A CO'S.. SECOND GREAT
13 GIFT tllSTBIBCTIoN
The proprretors talie great easuTf in 1
annoiiiu ing to ihe citizens of the Union. ;
t1iat 111 consrqnencc ot ine great
facli.il watulestrd-ny -tie umei-iio:
rrs of ihrir first great Distfibtlion. an,
.he many rh.iisand solinulinns Irem all
,Tisof the rountrr. in relation tol
whether ihev intended getting up anoih.!
er Distritution of Gifts (or the people,
ihe;- have, an immense outlay , been en-
bled to tfTer to (heir tlK.iisonds of pat-
ions the following iahi..tle, lr i.pnili
1 ......,'.n..,l PR1I.I.1AN1
1 Till, Oil" "
SCHEME, to be distributed as soon as
the 300 000 Peauliful Engraving,! the
Capitol ol Ohio are disiiihuted among
their Tatron. The price ol the Engra
vings is hut One Dollar, end as a parlor
ornament it cannot be biirpasi-ed.
Read attentively the following list of
beautiful end costly gif's, which will
he satisfactorily distributed by a com
tnittee of ten, selected one fiom each
Stale where the largest number of sub
scribers are obtained:
I Farm in the Slate of Indiana SIO.000
1 do in Ohio 8.000
"Ido do WOO
2 Four story Brick Dwelling and
Lot, in Columbs,Ohio..... .6,500
do do do- do-.rC,o00
1 Beautiful residence in the
town of Mt. Vernon 5.5C0
ITwo-Siory Brick Building in
Cliillicolhe - 3.500
I Bricli Cottage and lot in Col
umbus 3.0C0
I do do do 3.000
1 Frame do do do ..-2,500
I Handsome country residence in
Sego, Terry county, Ohio. ... 1,500
4 Splendid building loU in Col
umbus, at 42,000 -8,000
10 do do do $.1,500 15.000
4 do d.) Cleveland G.C00
1 Grand Action Fiano (Chicker
ing's 1,200
1 Gold Watch, set with Dia.
monds 1.000
5 Gold Watches, at 6500 eifh. -2, 50t!
10 Rosewood Pianos, at I500--5.000
10 do do at 400 4.000
10 do do at 300 3,000
50 Gold Watches, at 8150 7,500
100 do at 100 10.000
100 do at 75 7.500
100 do at 40 4.000
SOOSiver do at 20 .-6.000
500 do do at 15 7,500
1000 Ladie's Gold Breast Pins
at
64
4,000
200 do Brocha shawls at 625 5,000
500 do Silk Dress Patterns,
at 620 10.000
5000 Gold Pencils, at 63 15,000
10C00 Gold Pens, with Silver
Cases, at f2 20.000
20000 Gold rings. at 61,50 each 30,000
120&4 do at 1.00 eai h 12.0fe4
Fiery purchaser of the splendid large
Lithographic Enrraviiijr, will receive a
Certificate of Memherthio entitling
ihnti to a chance in the above list oH
valuable and costly Gifts for the Po
pie. ihe trgravings can lie sent hy
moil 'without being damaged,) to any
part of the country,
OCT F1M.T UiV FIIifT fFUVrD,
Persons w ishing to act as Agents for
us will please send a recommendation
signded by the Postmaster or some othei
influential and well known person in
ihe place where they reside.
To those persons who have been act
ing as Agents fcr us in our former Dis
tribution, this is not required.
All orders w i ill the money enclosed,
iiee ot postage, will jueei with prompt
iitteiitidii.
In order to prevent mistakes, agents
and others transmitting money to us
will please have it sealed in the pres
enceofthe Postmaster, and the amount
entered on the way bill.
We prepay all our letters, circulars,
fc, lo our vgen'8 and correspondents,
and expect them to do the same with
us.
Agents wanted in every town, whom
we will furnish mith posters, circulars,
scheiules, instructions, &c, on appli
cation a, our office, or by mail post paid
For lurtl.er particulars- see the descrip
tive bills, die, or enquire at the office
No. 2, Walcuit's Block, Town Street
Columbus Ohio.
BRUNELL & CO.
Proprietors.
W . M. Stakr. G. D. Tewksiiuky
AELEY ttAFR&. CCNS.
CF.M.RAL C 0 !H 91 1 S S I DIE Kill ANTS
lor the Sal of Wt nern Proi net
1AX TCBACCO JLCTJP, FEOVIEICNS. Ice.
Nos. fc5 & b7 S. CHARLES SI K LET.
Between Pratt and Camden streets. near the
Tobacco Inspection Warehouses,
BALTIMORE.
Literal advances made on consignments.
N. B. We have recently removed to our
new and extensive Warehouses, uncn South
Charles Stieet, where we haie the adianti.gr
ol a Rail Bond track of our own, (connecting
out Moose w ith the B. & O. Railway.) and
are thus enabled to receive all our consign-
meuU when sent in carloads, free of Dray
age. We have, also, evey lacil ity for the re
ceipt and sale of Tobacco, Flour, Provisions,
and iiesicrn i lonuce. generally.
We send a correct statement of the Marketf
monu.lv, to our Jnends, or oftener if desired
Jiine'1054 Ivr.
if. U. IHltMX, T. SI. BABCOCK, JKO. BA BLOCK.
BABC0CK&00.
ConiRiissicn Kcrclisnls.
So. Ci & 67 Water Ctrcct, N bV oiUv
Fehuary 17. '54-iy.
UO. bt'lliLllLilV (I CO.,
AGE TS FCR HE t ALE F
Virginia & Kentucky Manufactured
TOBACCO,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 1, Buckkye Block, Frokt St.,
' like up SLuir-v
October 3. 1854.
ART1ST'.S MATERIALS.
OF every description furnished at short or
' ders and lair prices. A large supply ol
Paints and Brushes lor Portrait LuniKape
Painieis, Toy Jfaiuusand Best Water Colors
on hand. i. K. W fall I tftiOKE,
may 1855, Second jl.j-Chillicoihe,
., j
Ifc&S.
NEW STOCK OF lbC&.
VAKKEE XQTIOXS! .
LATE Ar.RIVALty 1
I have just Te reived mv Sprirg Sine'
I rrniprising a eteat variciv of FANCY
ST A FT. K NOTIONS. Pralers and
p)1.pTJ nrp illviteil tn,B )cfore
efevlfr0) s ,1.pt uill find a 0111
!p(e 6(con me nt. oid at piices ilmt will
( 0 re j.h v T.,at.li-hn.fi,t of .lie
. , . na ( ,,,,, rmTv.w
T ( ,,, in;, 8,,;,. rrmprise purl
f Uf eilflive IMI!lllflll; '
..0 - u
,.:.. rapfi.
, . ,
50 truss biMfniK.
50 dozen suspender.".
150 II. skein cotton.
12 11. seeing silk,
5 Ih.lwist silk.
.00 gross hooks and ejes,
30 dozen razor s! rip.
ol'O (lor.en cciiil.s, all kinds.
50 renins cap. letter and note paper,
20 000 envelopes.
200 oo7. il l pes,
i 30 dozen so p.-i,
40 000 lisli hooks.
i5 gross lisli lines.
20 gross lend pencils,
.OO.OoO needles.
100 bundles wafer5,
40 f'ozen li oi es.
30 dozen si Msor?.
D gross fpoons.
i(0 gross jews harps,
3 gross French harps,
i'J (loCII Sill Iff:.
JIHJO f I ii i e em its.
0 gros i K i in hies,
(00 dozen cile it: itnti irs.
00 Hi I eti I thread.
oini-liiiii churins unit rinjs.
let brncelets.
Ladies' wurk hexes and te'iciilcs.
Fine liiiir brusliei, un I coms.
(Jul til pen It ii . pull' nnl In hi; icmV. b.s.
li, S Sand S S S liiu' coiulis,
Skirt ai'.ddrcris w lulelunie.
'orset and shoe luces,
."jiilelines, eliisiics und sleeve hands,
teeth am! nail Implies.
Jicel pens ninl holders.
Ma Icli safes.
Alabaster ornaments.
Linen 6c colion, llos rrociiet cotton
Zephyr worsted mul needles.
Gold fioger anil ear rin;;.
'Gold, plutcil ii n. I cuiii iiiiiii Jewelry; und
other articles loo uuiiierous to ,iDriicu
iurize. LJ O A I! S A M) T 0 B AC CO !
I Deilers anil others purcliHsiiij C'ijinr
vil! find ihe h.r;e?t Siock in ihe Ci'y.
Varying I ro in 65 to 63il per M. fs all
)llie line cignrsars nu nuf.ii turcil on. the
'jiiemihes, urihiin'rs of line ciiir may
flepeinl upon getting the una lily of ri
ki.r they pay lor, as satisfaction is guar
butted in all i-uses. Al-n on li.mil,
L'aienilisl: and Fine Cut Chewing To
I n e i i, c--, c, nt ihe Chv.ip Noiion
fjlore next lo the all(y loink, Seiond
,'s'rett. i' DAVON.
Ciiii-tiroi nr. O.. Mu.i h '!. 1j55.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
V ME ljonrd of School Jytiminers. of
"g Yiuti.iioun"ty,w'iil liolil their re.
julur rree'iigs for the exatninalion of
candidates on the FIRST SATURDAY of
each month, at the school ro-nu ol O. T.
(iuiiinug in Mc Ar. hur, i oii.uieui ing at
it) o'cloi !i A . M. At e very ex.iiiiiuation.
ceriilicDte ol good moial t -liaracler.- re
lentlv siuneu by at leas' two iei,poosi
hie. persons, w ill he reqnirer of em Ii ran-
niiiiite, und ui-i J.xuiiiiuers wouUI espe
.iully guard individuals agaiusl recom
ti.enuii.g any person who is in the habi
ol using prolans laogimge or indulging
in luloxii nung drink, or in any oihei
social vice, or immorality.
O. T. GUNNING.
Clerk Board School Examiners, V. Co
Feb. i, 1855 ly.
o.J4
BIGGS HOUSE,
FCLISMOLTII. OlIJO.
rIMIE subscriber hai ing leased the above
X Mouse, ifoinu rly the L'n'ucd StuUSllo
tel.) ami havipg lniiile a complete renovutioii
ntibre-furnished the hoiiH-with tievv Furniiuii
iliioughout, res) ectively invites the traveling
public to give him u call.
HIS TABLE
Will nlivoyscnniain the U et that the market
nflords, und no tncaiis will be spared lo make
ail comfortable. JOHN ROW,
JUhNSON'S DOOiC ST OR
HI1. JOHNSON, (successor to Jus.
Jones) keeps constantly on hand
larf.e stock of
UUUKS, STATIONERY, MALL
PAPER 4c
Which he will seil at Emtern Prkn. It
Ins design to afl'ord Country Merchants, ai
jiiiichasers generally, such lacilities forsii
dying theiiiselves with every article in
line, as they have not heretofore enjoyed.
Additions arc now being made to his stock,
which will make one of the Largest an' Jest
i j the Wei-tern country.
As a mere outline, his stock will be found
t consist of
IlOOhS Medical. Scientific, Lair, Theolog
ical. School, Blank and Mii-ci-Hani-cu'.
STATIONERY Letter, Cap, Bill und Noie
Puper.
ENVELOPES Buff. EichfsseJ and Tlain
bite, and Government,
U'ALL PAPER -A heavy und well selected
stock, at prices ranging from 8 ctuts,
to 61,50 per bolt. A'so, Borders
the greatest varietv, and Window
, Blinds.
BLN K BOOKS Ledgers. Journals, Day
noobs, aim nine xjooks, an of every
' style.
t ERIODICALS-Those issued Monthly, and
t oiners. ' . ...
JlATS Large Maps of bolh Hemispheres
of the United States; Small Maps
j each of the Western States, and
' Mexico.
FANCY ARTICLES of diff rent kinds. ,
ALSO Slates. Cony Books, Copper Tlate,
Pencils, Gold and Steel Pens, Ink
' all kinds, lnkslai.ds. Wafers, &c, &o.
All of which w iii be sold low. m Whole
sale and .Retail at Johnson's Book Store.
Jones old stand, Paint St., Clullicofhe, Ohio
jjecrnitjera. icjj. ly.
PA PlIi VOIR U (J OllS.
JUM received, the largest and best selected
lot of Wall J'arcrever tefore cfierr-d
sale in McAnhnr. with fine Yeivetainttoni-
tiioti Boroers. Call and tee beiore it al o
i i Brattoi i
A 1 This '1 ION, EVERY L ODY..
i.A tits per Ib. pbid IolRac, aiidcjnnftt
get hall tncugUJ Ulral lAcr'
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IE. A; BOATTOK.
MA iX S T It EE T. McA It Til lit U
KEEP constantly on hand the following
Genuine and Topn'iar Medicines:
PILLS.
Seller's LivcrFilU Dr. I.res Pill?. . .
II OHM MEV1CIXE.
Srlli r's Ycrmif. w
Dr. Joiii ji ic McL's do.
COLCII SYRUP.
Se' let's Iniij'l C. S.. Iir. Junrs' Couli Svrup
J.IXIMEM'S. .
Lvon'i N. cc R., Jones' N. R. Liiiiniint
Sloan's Gin t ment, S'im's lust. Reik-ldo.
FOR THE HAIR. ,
Lion's Iat!iH iron. Veglnhle Hair Oil,
Rears Oil. (piiie.) Euii IX-Coloun'-.
Ca,"to Oil, Swtei Oil.
RriiMiOil, Oil of Spike.
Ili.r'i in Oil, Medicuiiieiitinn'
Alo, (iodfrev's Cordial. Bdlesiuan's Drops.
Sliwn's Coinlilioii Powiler; .and Fsseiuvs ol
all kiuiN. All of tl;e ub'.ve Medicines we
reieieil dirt'i t from tlie proprietors, and 'war
ran'eil to I e genuine. '
Ai ril 0. Ifc-'ij tf
(m k (iARIWEK,'
DRUGGISTS,
i!-r"v f.i i"'- -; W-'- f'S
WILKES VIJ.I.E, OLIO,
K
El'.P constantly on Timid tlie folowing
giiiiiine and popuhir fniiily mo-licine.
PILLS. Sellers Liver Pills, M-.Liiiue's
Liver Pills Aver's PilU.
tonill REMEDIES. Seller's Imperial
f!migli Syrop. A v. r's Cherry IViIomI, Seller's
Ili.H Sirup, teller's Si rup of SipiiiU.
WOUM .MEDIL'INl-S,-Scller'Vrii.ifii?.e.
McLaine's Vennilio.e.
Ll.M.M I NTS. H. G. Frrl's Indian Lin
i : i it-1 1 1 . CI -i i ,1 , : c r.- Vn'alile Liniioeiit. P.!,. hem's
l."ly Jle'iel. ruin Cmcr. Liquid Opidililoc.
II Alii 'inNlCS. Lion's Iviifidiron, U, S
fiiiyloriis.
.', i.m-: A large fiinl v.e'l sclerted stink of
Dn Me:licines. diis, Paints and Pje-slnlls;
ill Inr suit' in ihe luw.M privcs.
o-i. -jT-ti. is.:. i. i v. .
nm i suets.
Jl'ST n-i civeil the hugesl and best selection
ol Routs unit Mh es ever tip-ned in llii
iiiuikel. ('.Hiftin of
Cents. J naiie.-.U il Bi'igns,
t:.ill'
" Put toned Congre-s Guiters,
" Morroi en Siip i-H.
" Freni ll Call Iji.i.IS,
Ladies J'lMiiieled Lace Boots,
( io,i t " "
" Seael ' "
" Liceil fiait' H.
" Patent Leaiher "
" EiiHineleil Jeiiney Lilld's,
" Pale'll SiH Diiskius,
" Fan . y En imele'l "
" " Siiorers.
ChiWr
iw' Rid Lo.ed B.io'.i,
" F.. m y ' '
R.'mii
Kid Peg . " .
" i.ll.iiueied " "
" Gnat " "
" Fancy " "
Mis-es Kid Slippers,
" Eancv Laced 15'iots,
Together with eiviv vHiieiy of Roots and
Slues, of Mens', Women' und childieus'
wear, ai the lowest piices, at
P. RATION'S.
'"rr.MMiTcAim'Kixi. a
Ii!:pi;ili'rs Mill Wholi'MiiriiC'l lithiil lit a irrs ill
i;:till :uc, ;ilII y , li on, Glus,
A.C., Ac.
vv
7 OL'I.D rcprectlulH informtheir friinlf
and tlie putilic tliat thev liav at lengtn
.ot into their splendid new room, ami have
litteil il up ex;ire-.s!y lor the Hardware trade,(in
lie burnt district) llliil'-r the sif'll ol trie Ii II, I
NYIL, East side of Paint, between Watet
tul 2d sts, wheie they nr.: njiciiiiig, in addi
ion lo part of their former slock, a large and
Ic-sirahle stock of Amrricnn, German and
:ingli.-h Hardware, Saddlery. Iron and Glus
cgeiher w ith all articles usually kept in Hard
..are stores, ami invite all to call and Hike a
euii ut their new room and examine their
-lock.
Thev have ron tinned a stork of Goods at
heir OLD STAND, sign of ihe Mill Saw. on
I'agert's square, (under the. immediate. caieol
one id the linn) where I lit-v have lieen soil)
rally patronized the past year, for which 'theA
take tins opportunity of returning their sin
ccte thanks. und solicit a continuance of th
'ume for both establishments, promising t
keep us good Goods ami sell as low us any in
iliii market.
May 10, I53.-n49 Ir-
UI AS. A. M. DAMARJN&, Co
Klf LIVED direct from Ntw Orleans,
575 hhds fair to prime N. O. Sugar;
20 ' clarified do.
lC'J bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugar
51 bg while lUvaua, for candy and syr
ups;
2...'57 bis N. 0. Molnsee
75 do "St. James" choice sugar II, mo-
lussc;s
100 do Common sugar H. molasses,
10 do Golden syrup;
55 Tes- Rice;
500 bugs Rio and Java rofTee;
Which, tctetlier with a full and completed
stock ot.
Wuodware Buckets, tub, zinc washboards
brooms. cVc.
I-'id" its & Ncts Figs, rasins almonds pe
can. l al no I?, fillierts; Brazil nuts; tic.
Spices 'Ground and unground Peper
alspiies; ciunamon; cloves; ging"r; niilmegs
Etsii mackerul; dried herring, cojfish;jr
dines:
Txas A large jtock of fresh iinpcriu!;'
i iv son; ciiiipowiteraiiil tnacx tea:
.Toh.icco Fives: eights and iiouiiil plucol
gnod Virginia. Missouri and Kentucky bra nils
also. Geile J- Bro's and other good brands
oi o tw is', tobacco
Dve stcffs Indigo; copperas madder and
alum:
SisccicT Soap; candles, starch, ehocolalej;
.'a;ier,itiis; super cartMiiidteol soda; epsoiu
sail; lead; slkit; WirppinK Daoer: &C. &c.
We will sel at . the regular Cincinuatti
w noicaie prices:
C. A. ,:"DAilARIN&Co:
Portsmouth. April'1 1, 1854.
Steam Calincl latior.
J. 12. WAIT,
ConuEa or Jefffbsox aso SfosdStbeets,
. - I'UUISMUUTH, OHIO, ,
iAL.Lb the attention of the citizens ol
J VnHon and adjoining counties to his su
perior StOtk of j .,jnaa..sji ' '
CALIAETSWAIlEi
w hich he oilers at w holesale or retail on reas
onable terms. Give him a call.
Orders attended to promptly, i
March W4,18d4. ly - i ,- '. , - ; f
JoAi Ollli, oi every descrititioa etly
1 1 .ttJLV O
Hi
Arc curlnp: the Sick to an extent ncrer
before known of any Medicine.
1N7AL1DS. RIAD AD JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES
Jt'LESJ llACF.L, Et, tit welt knuwn psrfanifr, of
niminut iwet, PliiUiltlpliii, le. clioit pruducu
ro found at nlmiMi rn lulkl, myt ;
'I (in li.ppv tu hi n( four i'iimahiic Pilu, I'ihI I
have fimnd ihin a iM-imr rnnillv nisillriiis tir eomniou
u, lliau any utle-r wiiliin mv kuo Inljs. Jlany of mf
fnvirl. h.nr rsnlixAil mirknl bntii fiin lliem mid Cm
iiK-ids n ull mo in believing tliat .fisr pnsre cxtruorill
n.try eirlirs ft-r (trivnig 1 Ji-re ajd rurinf ili tirlr.
Th.-y are not imly rSKlual bat and ule.-i.ant lo bn
tnkeii, qnalilies u liieli mint inikt Uimn valued by Hi
aublic, k iifu tliey aro knutrn."
Thr vsneraH Chini-ellor WABDLA1V, writri from
l!,lllin..ie, l.Vli Aplil, 1804
'Ila. J. O. Aria-Sin I liar taken your Pil! with
freat beni-fll, fr Ui lilltmic, lanjiior, low of fiiw,
and Uiliixia Initial lif, which liu rf lal ymn orertakon
ma in I ho Kpriiij. A ft dira of Juur 1' ilia enrrd mo
I hav iwcd rmir Ciirrry Pmioral many yaari in mf
family f.t rmitlia and odd with iiiifaiUnt: aucnn. Yon
iiitk inrdn iiimi n tiirli em, and I htel It a ploaaiira lo
cuiiimeud yen for llrf guod you liar don aud ai doing."
JOII.V F. EHATTy, Zi., Stc of tli Pann. Rillroad
M 'fir. J?. It. Ope, PlUnWfkt, Dn. 13, 16331
"Sin I take ulral in adding my tr-iinoiiy lo Ilia
ffl-arv nf yi-nr iiirdirine. having derived very material
.nel':l from die iiae of btnli your Pectoral and Cathartic
I'ltR I am never with, ml them in my family, nor ahall I
ever cniienl to bo. while my mean will procur Ukul'v
The l,llv rrr.owned S. a 6TEVEN8, M. D.,of Wtnt-.
'Wnrili. N. II., wiiu-a: '
, H iving uend yror CiTHaario Piuji in my practice, I
eeYHfy from expern-n'-ef that tlicy are an invaluable pur
:aiive. In raa i.f diaordcred f inctinna of the liver,
canning hcailache, indicviinn, ecHllveneea, and lit great
Vitriol v of ilti.i-ei thai fulluw, they are a turor remedy
than any oihfr. In all canea where a purgative remedy
ia required, I cniititlently ri:enmmi-nd iIicm PiIU lo tli
piibli,-, as superior lo any other 1 have ever found. Th?y
are uro in their oieriiilon, and perfvetly aafe, qunlitiee
whicli make Ihoin an invalualile article fur public use. I
hivo f.r mnuy veir known your Ckenj Patent a tlw
brst Ci.iifh meilicine in lite wnrlil, and thea Pill are In
lio wie itifriior lo that adiuirabi preparatica for Uie
trcalinciil ol diseaaee."
AI., Mt., .1r. 53, 1PS3.
"Pa J. C Arta-Pfir 8r: I invo hea afllicted
fmin my liirilt Midi arr-tfula in Its wur t fonu, anil now,
at 1 1 or in euty vrar.' trial, and an untold o( amouni of ml
feriii;', have lieen rnntpletely cured in a lew weoka by
your Pill. With what feelings of rejoicing I wiile, ran
unlv be iuiacincd lieu yuu realize what 1 hav sullered,
nnfi linw lung.
" Never uiiitl now have f hren free from this lontluein
dl rate in some lii. At limee it attacked mv eyee,
and untile me aliiim-t lilind. boidce the unendurable
pnin -, at oilier- n n'ld-.l in the scalp nf my head, and
dc-lniyr.l my hair, and linn k.-pl me partly bald all mf
duva ; sonii iiiiics it came nut in nij fare, and kept il for
lifiiths a raw hup,
About nine wcp'ks ajo I crmmoneeil taking your Ca",
tlmi'iir Pill", and now am entirely Iiee from lite complaint,
iMve.es are ell, mv skin is lair, ami my hair baa rnin
nt. iii'rd a lieithliy ;r ivut; all of which makoi ni leel
aiirmlv a new pefn.
" Hoping iliis Hlalrment may I lliemer.nsof conveying
iiiS..tiiiaiioii th.it shall dn food lo ollrors, 1 am, with ever
acntililrlil of uratillldd. Vourl. itr..
maKl.l KKH1.K.
" t have known the above nnmed .Maria Iticker ttoiu lior
diildhotd, and her statein-n. is iriclly true.
All.Kt..l J. air.i-1-.K r.,
Overeer of din Poit-inouih Manufacturing- Co."
Crr. JOE1. PRATT, "f tlx ship Jlaiion, wrltee from
ll'.-tun, -.'iltl. April, lefit:
Your Tills have cured me from a iilliniis attack which
rose troni drranzeineiii of tlie Liver, which had berom
very serious, I li'l tailed of any relief by my Physician,
ami from ever remedy I could try. bill tew Uo-ea ol
vin-r Pills hare compli-icly retired ine to health. I have
given them to my children fur worms, with the bel
effects, 'i lu-y were promptly cured. I recommended
them tn a friend forcoHlveiic-is, which nd troubled hint
.r iittindts : lie told ine in a lew si-. .bey hail cured nun.
You make ilia belt medicine in die world, and I am frse
to say so."
Read this In-m Ihe dislinoiil-hed Solicitor nf die Fitprem
Court, whe luiiliaiit abilities have made him wen
know n, n.-t only in this Ion the neighboring Slates.
" .Vfie Orlctm, 51 April, l&M.
IIRIr. I vtpsI sail. f.rlion in asKlirine Votl that mV
self and tiniiie have beon very murh Iwnellnd by your
medicine. .My nil was cured two years since, of a
eveie mid dana-emus cough, by your I'mvsbc Pccroe.il,,
and since tlien lias etijoieu pennri iieauii. niy cioiinuii
have several times been cure. I from attacks ol t!i Inllu-
ena and t'n.iii by il. Il Is an Invaluable remedy for
the-e romplaniK. Your C'tiiatic Piti.s hare entirely
cured me from a dyiep-ia mid costiveness, wliich hv
grow n upon ni lor some jears, in'ieeu tins cur is mucii
iii.ire iiunoriant. from Hie tart that I had failed to get relief
from Ihe l-rI I'liv-icians which this section of Hi country
aif- rde.aud from any of die iiutuerooe remedies I had taken.
" You seem tv us, Doctor, like a providential blei-sing id
our family, and vou may well suppose w are not skyniilid-
ui ui ii. uurs le.-p-.-ciiuiir.
I.EAVITT T1IAXTLU."
" Htnatr Chmlirr, Ohio, April ISM,
"Da. J. C. Ann llnnorril Sir i I have made a llior-
ouuh trial or the Catiustic Pii.ij, left me by your agent,
and have been cured by Ihemof die dreadful ItlietimatUiii
under wliich he found me suffering. Tho firui d"e re
lieved me, and a few eub-ierpienl doses nay enureiy
removed die di-eae. I feel in better healU) now than for
Koine ears hel'i re, which 1 attribute entirely to the effect
ofyourCarHsaric Pills. Yours with great re-pect.
1.UA.IU3 il. JIllLilLI.-
The above are all ffftn persons whn are publicly known
where diey re-ide, and who would not make tho state
ments wiiiiout i llioruitgh conviction that they were tiu
ncpniod hy J. C. AVEIt,
Fracthal and Antlrtical Chemlit, Lowall, Mais,
o n m ui.tl. ;i. U 11,1, and K. A. lltvAl-
Pd.N, M.'Artlnir. 0 : J. Yorhes, Alttany; R.
Culow, L'ioiiii: Dr. J. II. C. Miller, Jackson
C. II.. nmt br De,iler in Medicines every-
1 Jul v 7.Ti'i 4mo.l
j. 11. ttvill AMI-
II. C COIl.SWlU
HOOT i SHOIi STOKE,
AXD
M A X I! FH T 0 il V ,
SWETL KD &, CGGSVYELL,
Op osile lie Mc rthtir Hoiifo,
RETURN" tliir sinrcre tliaiihS to tht-Ir
niiiiierous friends and customers, lor
ihe veMy libenil btrt iibkc ertemled to tltetn
in the past him;ii, and take plensutc in on
nouncinj; lint iln-y are now receiving nt their
Boot ami Shoe Depot Ihe lurgestaiid best se
lected Stock of
Hods it Slices
Ever brouthl to McArthur; consisting ?Fi
in part of
GENTLEfV.ENS' BOOTS iiEKOrTS,
Geiiis.Bui kskiii Gaiters (itnls.Congress Gail
eifi. Gents Fmity Shoes. Gents Oxhird Punips.
Gents I'.nnmi led N'nlifers, Gents Euume'eit
Congress Gaiters, Genls Patent Loatlier Kid
Top Ptinee Ailiert's, Gents Patent Leather,
Drab Cloth, Kid lop. Prince Albert's; Gents
Jersey L'u kkin Shoes, Gents Opera Slipper?;
topetlier with eicry variety of Fine ninl
Coarse culf skill. Kip and Morocco Boots anil
Mines.. Also, Ladies Boors asd Shoes;
Ladies Buskin Gaiter Boots, Ladies' enamel
ed Jenny Lind's K. R., Ladies' Morocco Jen
ry LinilV B. R., Ladies' Congress Gaiters,
Ladies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes, Ladies' cn-iinicll.d-''.Morocco
Shoes, Indies' Yicloria
Foney Phoei Ladies' Fancy Top Boots, Ld--lies'
Fancy Buskins, bronzed tops, Ladies
Blue Gnil, Indies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Msc: Mioses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid
Ituots and Gaiters, Misses Fancy colored
Gaiters, Mitie enameled Fancy Boots: also,
Lhildrens' Boolsand Shoes, Children!' calf,
ir-ed. Shoes, Childrens' Fancy shoes, Cliil
dteiih' Fancy Gaiters, and every o'.her variety
ol Ladieb', mis.-es' and childieus' wear, Find
anil Course,
Ve have any numbc-r of Workmen cn
paed, that is necessary, and aie prepared to
lid orders at the shortest notice.
'. CLf-AII of ourGoods will be solit t pri
ce? tbat will give satisfaction. Call and ex.
Sittine for yourselves-
: ii. ii. jo ii n on,
' (SUCCESSOR TO JOSEPH JONES,) '
ceaixr ni
Hlfdirnl, Tbtolc?ical, Blank nml Jlisfxila-' "
. bcouj Cooks, Muliuncry and Wall Pap t,
PAISTSTREKT, ,
cniLLico nip, omo. :
Books received from (he Eastern Mar
ket al their earliest publication, or ordered
w hen desired. '.'.
BTEIJJ & BROTHER,
luRuae'urtrs and Wholtiah dealer t i
I II
i
No. 316 BALTIMORE STREET. .
BeTWKBN HOWABO AKX LtBEBTV-STS.

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