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Arrival of the Washington.
NEW YORK, Sept. 27.
arrivsd at"3 -
Iniib B M I. . .1 in. I r . H
London'."' -. -A
difipotch is the French' Mrfti(er of
"W'ar. fctya that Karabelna'w andMhe sonih
( part of Sebastopot' no' longrr exist, - The
. enemy perceiving our solid occupation! ava
.uated the place alter blowingup nearlyall
the defeucf4,v The chief honon of the . doy
anulue toGenerat Kosquet aud ht:Mum.
COn teeina the,Jfench Ka&lo flouting from'
the MalaKofl; QeneraV D filler made two
attack upon the central bastion, but billed.
Triiice Gortschatoff teleg.aphs ou the U h
that'Bebastopol,' afier usiuininr a iiiotij
inl'einal fire, and repellitie six tirm-wive a-
fnults.we found wa could not drive thec nriiiv'
from the Malakoff.ofwhit.il they bud
tesfiion, out brave troops res im ing to the lust
extremity; The enemy .found noihinp in the
Jfortkiv-a paitof the oUabut blood-stuiiud
iuina.-' - - -..' n i . .-. . .'
When the intelligence of the fall of Scbas
topol reached London and provincial ciiies.
demonstrations 61 joy were manilested at nil
the threa ties and places of bniuae men t.
When the facts weie ilii(;illy announcfd
f each place, the bands struck up national
aii-themsol Fa nee and England.
The news ol the evacuationoii IVtropauluu
all by the Kusb'uns reached Loniion ou tlx
Fbace. The life of the Empernr of the
French- was attempted on the night of the
10th, when some1 persons 'tired two pidoib
at the carriage in vhich it wtii'siip'o?i(l tht
Emperor was. The assusbin was artesteil.
His name is Sellinaii, aud he 'is eideutl).a
On the 21st August 1205 of Consum ption
at her laie-residnnoe in Elk Tp, this county
Mrh. Nanct "Nickeli. couaort ol Koatitr
iCKtLL-agecf 57 jeurs. . '
I'lr.i T.nilirp. 1'n.
J'T07,of Fr.;eund Ac
"itoccptiid ; Mpons. hohls
a regular Commnnicution at MtAriliur, Vin
lou county ..Ohio, everv Satiirtlay evening on.
or preceding each full moon.' ' '
E. A. BRATTON, Sec'y.
Mineral Lotfcc. No. ' , holds a rci'
nlar Comnninicatlon at Hamdfn, Vinton to..
0 evry Thursday evening on. or preceding
D. D. T. HARD, Sec'y.
Orpniii'. Friend J ortffo, TT, !.,
holds a regiilRjr Communication at W ilkes
ille. Vinton coiin'j. Ohio, every Sutuiday
ierening on, or pretedinp fBi h full moon.
D. D. T. HARD, Sec'y. H. H. BISHOP, Sec'y.
McArthur, October 4
. A p pies,' D. ; i-
Buttei 'in tb. .
. Smokrt Hatna,' .
Lard pet !!.'
t haulden.. if-Mnlatsi nr aal. - ' 60
;c SirJei,.U: 9jNails,3dtol0d, CulO
BrootnA . ' 20 iOats,- '.:" 4t
Beans, V.J.. . 2,00i Potatoos.Icish.' 1 1 CO
t Coffe ; ;:v'.". . M ! 14! Pfeacces. D.k- .l .C5
CaB41e7 t 20. Pork prewt i '-4,00
Sugar N. O., ..- J 10
.' v Loaf, ' 15
': . Crushed,- 10ul2
Salt, per bbl-.., 3,50
Cor.y..T. : 6i
V Eggs pet doiw. 6
iooi perhnrt. f 4,00
. Tab e. ni bacx; -.ii
J Flcw,perbbl i. Cb.OO 5oa6 nerlb.....o3u5
Fla Seed-. .ii75f Teas, Y. H. .1 75
Fearther,Mvi oj.40 Imperial 9100
Fish, Whitei. 1 8iTallow. 12
' '.'Aiackerelri Boiol Wheat per bu. 1,00
" Hide ' 4 1 Wool per lb. 20u50
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BUSKIRK & DAVIS.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BUSKIRK & DAVIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BUSKIRK & DAVIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 1 Buckeye Block.
c ORTSHCM Ulfif. .i,UCl..4., lOilU.
"K p1tf,!,l)jiedT nVr.
Lob f "'''
i Baiou llwtpib,n Sail,
" 'Shdufdei: 75:
el Ji.'-ltifTeas, loose in packs.
e -m -I v H 11. f'l-fifl
a. CanflHJiWl5V15L'!V.Guhp'.wtui( 65
biarf Mil lohacco Mcctv. cav;
Cotton-Yams...... ifej .,, V. cav.. . 20a30
Cliees.W.i. -IMilit- OiM.4Mieal... IfeO
TCoeBloC) atoit li Oit.'Linecfi'-t. IQO
noteetdJi.':".J':6.pC Oais-nr.iJw.'-. 50
Hour pi bbl t 'eache.UMil-l'a.U0
"TeiTlieriPpTlK7tffv4r Potatoes- Irish. . lJJi
FleJpr lu, J.OCSaleralus'pr lb... tiipi
Fftfri K36H . a Tat low-pt lb, "li 3 1
Wuiskeyj CommoiJ 3p
BANK NOTE LIST.
! rTHE Mining list is corrected every week
inst before outline our naner lo nrs.
m.w.ioiK. ; iur. or morula, a uis
oleent Janka, prj :. Mishissippi. -
Ail jib 1 1 us, nostra. .
CL.I .1 I . .
Lot; ISA N A
Kolvent buiks. par
ojitent lidiiks, a i
Smull,iKi'.e8, 5 ilia
t fttw Hampshire.,
On io. -
Sjl'ent bunks, pa
mjivi nt lioiikf), ri
b'rei' bk. did plule.5 (lis
Sult'eni bunks. ia
Solvent banks, par
Ivy. lrust Co. 70 dis
Solvent banks, (in
i RHODE l.SLAKU, '.
Solvent bunks,' pa
S'ate bank, aud
free buu1g, S(S00 dis
Solvent bunks, ..
Uk. of Couners
vi'.le, 30 dis
solvent tVe bk.
State b.nik aud
Tr. n. Alltgh.njr, 13 J,
kunuluta u L
M It II Mi AN.
Solvem bunks, 5ili,
Solvent bunks. 3 (lis
Solvent bunks. 3 di:
mull noli , 5 dis
cxi-eiit Adrian Ins. Co.
f'inull yules, , 0 ill
and Mdcoiijb Co. bk.
bol. en t banks, 3iiU
Free banks, 3 dis
.Small noks, & di
solvent bauks, 5 dM
lEXAb & KANSAS.
olven bunka, 10 di
New' York, i prm,
Philadelphia I "
Baltimore, I "
Buying at 1 prm. Sellin? at
Y virtus of an order to me directed from
county of Hanison. and Slate of Ohio. 1 will
Pill at Public Auction, at the dour of the
Court House in McAithur, in the county ol
Vinton an.1 State aloregdid on Ueditesdav.
the&ewiifl' day oi Iuv4'intr, I.W
between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m. anil 4
o'clock p. m of (aid day, the lollowing latids
nd premUrs. situate iu said Viniou uuml)
HtidStaiul Ohio, to wit: Being the North
hull of the Siiulli-East quarter of bcrlion
thirty one (31). in townshin numU'r nine
M. ol rmij:e eighteen I IS. ol lumU' diree'ed
lo I sold at Cliillicothe, Ohio, containiiiK
eighty acres, except ho much ihereol as was
fcoid by AVilhuin Lakin, deceafed, during
bis liletiine io one George Packer, and ties
i ril ed as' lollows: Beiim a iiait oft' of the
Wi st tide ol tl North half of the south-east
quartet ol section thirty-one 3IJ in town
if in in V , ol range eibliieen I )H . ol lands
directed to be told at Chillicoihe, Ohio, con-
i.iiuing fifty five aires.. togfiher with all of
the privileges thereunto belonging.
And alto, tfie lollouiug Heal Lstnte, situ
H le in the county and Suite aloresaid. and
reriritied as loliows, to wit; Being the
North imlf of the south-weit 'quarter ol sec
tion number thirty-two 3'J. in township
number nine 0 of range eighteen IP ol
I j 1 1 1 1 h duei ted to be sold at Chillicoihe, Ohio;
cmitaiiiing entity acres.
Siiiil lands were appraised at tlie sum of
Sfi2?i,li0. subject lo the Dotter Esliitc, of Lew
tgsa Liikiu, widow of William Lakin. dee'd.
'Ihimx or .Sale. One third in I.hii I, and
the reniblnuer in Cwnequul annual I'uyineut
w ith inteicst iberron. to be secured by niorl
giiae ui'Oii i-nid Real Itute,
N. 15. The 1'owt r inteiesl of Lewe?fa La
kin v ill hi- sold on tunic day at private tale,
lern s. 1 ash.
tty Jet.H- II. Nli r.futh. ( William L. Pucker
his Attorney, i Adm'r ol J-j.laie ol
( Win, Lakin, dee'd,
J. K. A I). WILL
ARE now neiving and opening the larg
est aud best 'elected stock ol
FALL A.D 1TE GUHDS
ever brought to this maiket. 1'he senior
partner having S ent considerable time in the
cities of Baltimore. Philadelphia, New York
and Boston in selecting mid urcL(ising. ami
having paid ctut ful uttention to the latest
styles and most improved patents of all ar
ticles of do us giKKls and wearing apparel,
they are confident their sloik chuiioI Iks tui
piitxd, efther in moiuitudc or veriety ol
styles bv any in this countrv. It coniists in
irt as follows: Ladies' Lress Goods, and
shawls of every variety aud style; Cloths
Cassinieres aoif Tweeds of all Jiinds; lleadi
Made Clothing of every description, lor men
a ik! boys; an extensive fissortment ot Hats.
Caps. Boots find Shoes; Hardware, Queens
ware, a vert hirt e slock ol Gioieries, Wall
and Window Paper, and a complete assort
ment ol Notions. Trimmings, arc. In short
iheir stock is complete in every deparin.ent.
and will positively be sold at the lowest pri
ces. Produce of til kinds wonted,
eept. 13 tf.
CN HAND AGAIN,
WITH A FALL AMD WINTER STOCK OP
BOOTS & SHOES.
i r 1 KACY oc Co. are now leceivmg
J their fall stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats
and Leather, and they beg leave to invite the
attention ol wholesale aud retail dealers to
examine their slock, eiiug willing to assure
you that tliey can give you goods upon such
terms as w ill beperlectly sauslactory. ..
Their Stock was mostly ordered of th
iiianuliH tuiers, and ii has been their chief de
sign to select an assortment of both
STAPLE & FANCY,
but adapted to the approaching season. They
also keep Custom Work constantly on hand,
and niake work lo order, upon the shortest
noiiie together with an assortment of Hats
of varied styles, all ol which they will sell
at low figures, , . , , .
Two doors above the Franklin House
Front street, PORTSMO UTH, 0. , ,
sep. 13, '55 6wr , , '
Legal Notice. Road Tax 1855.
riHE rate of Taxation for Road purposes.
,1 . in. Viuirn county, for the year 1855,
at'the rateof Ten Cents on each Hundred
DOllarS Valuation of taxable prorer'y, w hich
may be discharged by labor on the Roads, un-
del the'ilirectioii of (be Stiiervisors of tke
Auditor V. C. O.
WicVsit-L'JKD ktTAIL &EALEB IH '
i li iuA U I'M A D iu. ; CLOlHlNt?,
Jti uiWain Street,., UtArlhur, Obio. v i
YYAKKLk Cx Yoket. th6Hrliii
f J-iJilAaMNQj CAMPBELL CO.
POAD NOTICE 10 NGNliLslLl NTS.
TTkOUGLASS PUTNAM. and .11 oiher un-
known owners of lands throuth which
.. the following described road runs, w ill lake
V notice that a PtHitioo lor an alteration has
il been prefented ucc rdingto law, and that at
the September session of the Commissioners
of Vinton county, Oliio.an order was made
jforTrev and uive for an alteration, of
jthal part of the Athens and McArtluir Road,
described 8 follows, to w it: Commencing
at the V est end of l he bridge arross Big Rue
40 ronn.iifarllielniidofYY.il ltln, k Kn.k
to'nthip. in (aid counlv: thence rnniiinu
Korth-wesi 30 or 40 rods along the old Mill
road; thence nearly west lo the high ground
above hih watermark; thenc a south-west
course on the lower bench of the hill, on the
north side of the ci.ek, on said Rlai It's land;
coutiruiiig said last menui'iied direction un
til it in'usects lha old road west of a Itne
on k on the bank of said creek, on said Black's
land; thence along or near the old road to the
fust mi: en Jacob Ted row's land; thence thro'
thr field on the north si 'e, on the best ground,
intersecting the old roaii in die most conve
nient place; thence the nearest and best route
through the low gapat Win. Meters' place. iu
Madison township, in said county; thence
the nearest and best way to the hint of the
big hill near M. Kretes' house; thrnce on
the in uret and In si ground to Maurice Al
bough's, there to end. The Viewers and stir
veyor will meet mi said road on llie ttvrlfih
de ) id Culikr, Will, und Iheti and there
proieed lo view said i mposed altemtii'u
fix a com eiisatiou ou hinds pproririaied tor
said rcait and assess all duim ges. tf-r.
septcmlier 6Tj5 Btv,
NEW WHOLES ALE
HEAD V-9IAD CLOTHING
HArVPTCN St. CAMFEELL,
Or lha lata Dim cf Hmpt a, Wlncn k Co.,
.o. H Third Slrctt brivt-ru Wood k jlurkct,
ARE now receiving their stock of Fall
. aud W inter Goons to w hit h they call
lha attention of Wistlhn Merchants
Among their assorimtiit will be found
MEN AND BOYS CLOT1IINO
Of every possible description; also Troy and
Harilord Shins aud Collars, Uool, Merino
und Cotton I'udershiits and Drawers, -Silk
and Liiincn llundkenhiols, Mttu'a Hosiery.
Suspenders, Cravats, Neck Ties, Stocks.
Gloves. cVc, Also, a general assort meiit ot
INDIAN Ulblitlli GOODS.
We inteud this stock shall always be one
ol the largest, the beat furnished, and the
most beautiful and complete to be found in
tht United States. Our connection with one
of the largest houses in Massachusetts where
the. utmost care has been bestowed in their
manufacture, gives us advantages which will
enable us lo sell Goods at Eastern Jobbers
prices, which we are determined to do, and
also enables us to offer
A gteater variety ot Goods to our cus
tomers than has hitherto teen
found in this Market.
We rcFifcttnlly solicit the vatroiiDge of all
Inters idling this city. The orders of our
customers shall be promptly and fcatisfuctor-
ly tilled on teims as liberal as by any otner
house iu the country.
HAMPTON & CAMPBELL.
Sept. C '05 Sin.
Wilscn, Cl.ilds k Co.,
(Si(ccco6or ft Huwpiun, Wilson tj- Co.,)
Wholesale Dealers in
FcKff CN Sl CCrV.E&TIC DRY-GCOD8,
Ao. i) Wcutl 1 1U2 Thiiil Streets,
PITTSBURG. P .,
A RE now oret ina a verv com nlele assort
XX lnent ol Dry Goods, and bv the first
tei ti n.ter will le able to exliiim a very ut
I un tiiestcik. Il.ev resnecttully invite an
early call Inin all engaged in I tie trade.
Aug. zJ. ou Jmo.
It Cft GCCCS GPtOCERIES.
I live just rei cited a nevt supply ol Wall
l APKBanu lioBULBs: the lariiest lot ever
brought to McArthur.
Also, COrtLE.RicE, Molasses, To
bacco's, Ate; all of which 1 w ill sell
at the lowest figures. E. A. BitATTON.
MARGARET CASSILL'S ESTATE.
ot ice is hereby given, that the undersign
J. ' has been appointed and duly qualified
as Administratiix ol the Estate of Maigaiet
Castll. iHteol niton county, deieased.
Atig.20lirb5 ' LE v IS A . AT W UUU.
Shadts A Reynolds, I'lTH's ) In Attachinent.
euainst . j
Genrne Ulloin, Defendant, y (Civil Action.)
IHh Drleiidant will luKe nottie. tliut the
Plainlllls iu the above carij. ou 'he 2-1 tl) dav
ol July, a. (I. l&M. c-antrd an order of Al-
'bd iiient to be gned by J. W . btvepsion.
Jusuteol the leuce lor tlk township, Vin
ton county, Ohio, anawst the goods, cbutius.
stocks, interest in i Units, rights, credits,
moneys and (fleets ol said Defendant, an
absconding debtor of said county, to sallslv
the claim of the Plaiuiiff' for five dollars
and eighty-six cents and filuen dollars the
pruhable costs ol suit and that sanl cause
has been continued for service On said Defend
ant, and witl be lor hearing beloie said Jus-
lice, at Ins oltice in McArthur, in said town
ship, on the 6th day of September, a ci.
1803, al 10 o clock a. in; ol aaul dav, lutl
aloresaid. . SHALES REYNOLDS.
EXCLUSIVLLY WHOLESALE DEAL
ER IN FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
GOODS, QUEF.NSWARE, CHINA.
No. 1 Enlnpnt. Bnildlnii, Frtnt Bt., Tortnonlh.
20 August, : U August, 1353.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED is now in receipt
X of Ins fall Mot K of Dry Goods,
BONNETS, Hats. Cans. &c, to which
JrVhe invites the special attention of mer
LliunlBBiid furnace owners, with tlie assu
ranee that the Gooils will be sold as low as
they can be had from the New York aud
Philadelphia jobbers, and at such prices as
will save the expenses on purcnasts made in
Cincinnati or Pittsburgh:
Late nurihaaea and importations of 'Glass
and 0.iuent.ware make my stock very large
and complete, k. I of which isoll&ed at llie
lowest rules and on liberal terms.
It is the true interest of merchants and
dealers to buy S5I 0 per month near home in
raierfnce to 3,tJij0 semi-euliually at a dis
tant ioint."ihus keeping their itiks fresh
and diktrilAiting their bills payable iu a shape
llie more easily paid. - ?.--
, . i . JAS. ri'RSELL.
PorUmouth, O.. Dec. 22, lf-54.
- .ISAAC MORRISON'S ESTATE
TV OTICE is hereby, given, that Lemuel S.
1 Pa) riei Executor ol the last Will and
lestameul ol Isaac Morrison. -late of Viniou
county, drctaaed, .has tiled in, the Probate
Court ol T-aid county nisacooutsaBd voucn-
I .: . , I . ....I
cip lor lin.JCVlimr- iiu ' uu.t fciiiriuriii atiu
that said aecourHs-will be 'passed' upon by
Said-Cotrrt On th22d'day of UcteLer, 180D
J ' - D. P. HEWnivrro. Judee Y.li
1 -'sf ;i-lw.
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SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY
CHANGE OF TIME
ON ami after Friday. 1st of June, IS55.
Trains will run as follows, to wit:
Train No. 1 will have Portsmouth at 9
o'clock A.M. and strive at Jackson at K
o'clock M. Returning leave Jac kson al 1
o'cloc k P. M. and ariive at Portsmouth at I
o'c lock P. M. - .
1 ram No. 2 leave Jackson at 71 o'cltv K A
. and arrive at Purtsmoi(h at U o'clock A
r . Returning leave Portsmouth at 2 P. M
and arrive at Jackson at G o'clock P. M. '
Truinssti po&LV for pt.sscnr.ers at the fol.
lowing stations, to wit: S iototille, Wthster
Washington and Gullia Stationa, Poitlaud
Cros Roads and Irwin's Stition.
J. W. WEBB, Superiurendent.
June 1ft. '55. 2c-tl.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
HV MM- AfBASGESEXT.
ON AND AFTER VTQ
Monday. Jmie 4ih.vtit2-
Z-n-iTA lt05. a Daily Line ot Alio:
Couches win run icgularly Ittween McAr
thur and Bye r's Station; as follows :
Leuve Mi Aithur at 5 o'cloc k, A. M" pns
shij; through llamdi u 6i, ariive at Bier's at
DA. , - -
Returning, leave Byers' at 6, P. M., pus
sing lliroi jili Hi n .It n tij. p. M.; arrive al
WeA rthwr al 8 P. M.; connecting with the
Marietta & Cincinnati. R. . l'. to and lroui
, A Daily Coach will leave McArthur every
morningmr . Ibany.PomeroT, Athens, Hock
ing Port, Parkersburg and Marietta.
June lsl,'55. tf. 11. T. 110YT. ;
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. R.
PASSLNGER&leaviug-Columbus tl ?15
a. m., Cincinnati at (1 a. m or Chilli
cothe at II a. m., arrive al B.ters' (i3 miles
east of Chillicoihe) at 12:30 p. m.
A Train leaves Dyers' laily Sundays ex
cepted al 1.--I0 p. m.. by vhich' pussengers
arrive at Cliillicothe at 3:15 p. 'm., Cincinnati
at 8:.0 p-. ni., or Columbus at 1 1 .11 p. 51.
Stages to and from Athens. Pomcroy, Mc
Arthur, llamden, Jackson, Gullipolis. cVc.,
connec;t with the Trains at Byers', anil pas
sengers can make li e trip lettteen either of
these places and Columbus, Cincinnati or
Chillicoihe in a single (lay.
. An accommodation Train is run daily
except Sundajs Irom Chillicoihe to Bla'ti
chester and back. .
Passengers by this train leave Cliillicothe
at 5 a. m., and arrive at Cincinnati at 11:13
a. m., or Columbus at 1:45 p. m. Leave Co
lumbus at 1 1 a. m., or Cincinnati at 4 p. m.
and arrive at Chillicoihe at 10 p. m.
Fare from Byers' to Cincinnati 43,f0
do. do. -to Chillicoihe....... 70
Thtflugh Tickets between Columbus and
Chillicotlie f3,50. to be had only at Colum
bus aud Xeuia Railroad Ticket'Offlce at Co
lumbus, and on the cars of Marietta and Cin
cinnati Railroad ou leaving Chillicoihe.
aug. 1055.U. JOHN WADDLE
R.LLOYD it CO.,
Wholesale boot & shok Warehouse
No, I. Ira hi ) r Elcik, From Street,
HAVE just received their extensive Full
Stock, consisting of all the lau ststjles
und fashions. Our stock having been pur
chased direct from the manufacturers, prin
cipally for cash, with great care in the se
lection of quality and sizes adopted to the
Western trade, we are enabled to offer su
perior inducements this Fall, and are deter
mined not to be undersold by any regular
house either in New York, Philudclphia or
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots
and Shoes will be found a large aud well se
lected stock of
HATS & 5 CAPS.
Suitab'e for the Full and Winter Trade.
Men hunts and Furnace Owners visiting our
city aie invited to call and examine lor them
. To the Ladies. We are now manufactur
ing a superior article of bodies' and Mibses'
Gaiters' Buskins and Slippers. . Having ym
cured some of the best workmen in the West.
we are prepared to supply those who want .
Lea tii eb. One Thousand lbs, Red Sole
Lealliei.12 00 11)F, No. 1 White Sole Leather,'
bl' dozen French cull SkiiiHi 2" down Craw
lord s Skills, JO dozen Kip Skins. Vpi"'
Itather aiidShoe Findings . always on hand
and for sale at the lowest market price.
January 20. Ib54 If-
en. that a Petition will be presented, at
the next session of ihe Commissioners of
Vinton cnun'y, Ohio, j'raying for an alterai
tioti of that jiarl of the Athens and McAr
thur Koad describe-J as ioiiows, ' io wn:
dmmencine at the West end f the bndce
across Big Raccpnn, near the land of W. IL
black, in Inox lownsnip in taiu county.
thence runniim Norih-wesl 30 or 40 rods
along the old Mill road;' thence nerty"WTst
to llie nigh ground auove nign waier djbir,
theni'e'a Soiith-wes t CoOrteorl hfc,1owr bene b
of the hillt on the ftoribside.tif' thecteekpn
said Black's land; conlmuiag saidjlast men
tioned dir-ciion until it Hiiertecls .llie olO
Road west of a latge rock oo be baiik ot
skid cwek. on said Blarks land; thence along
(or near) the. old road to the first run on Ja
cob Tedrow's land; thence through the field
on the Noith side, on the best ground, inter
secting the old road in the mo6l convenient
j.lace; thence tl nearest and best route thro'
the low gap at W'm. Me'jers' place in Madison
lo.Tnshin. in said rountv: thence the nearest
and best way to tne tool oi tne cig not near
NI. Reeves' house; thence on llie neatest and
bem ground to Maurice Albovgh's. there to
. . . -t l-Ltll
end; and reiiii.meis pmj iur ic iuu m-
teration of the same. Mast 1'etitionebs.
august 3. '55 4w i - . -
en, that Petition -will be prewmeii at
i he next session of the County Commission
ers, w ithin and for the county of Vinton. O.,
(iraying lor-an "tirderof 'uiyeyView end en
alteration and location in lonnti io oeaoou
route) of Couuiy Koad. wUInu satd coun
ty, commencing lor the same at the biidge,
near trie house, of Jacob Ankmm, in Jackson
township, thence afung the McArthur Road
lo the corner of said Jacob Aokrom s meadow
thence oh the South side ol the road leading
to McArthur;' thence Eastwardly to a Sugar
tree, on the land ol James : McMicliel, near
ihe corner of his field at the Township road
thence alone the East side of ihe hollow
through the land of Isaac Wystaner; thencj
thiough said Nit Michel's laud to a grten tree
on the land lormerly ow ned by Jaiob Lutz;
iheuee uu he left hand side ol the hollow to
near Jdhn Clawsou's Bpriiie: thence lot white
OhIc tree, al the end of said Clow son's lane
thence 3to Johu Uuwk'senoe.and Jiloug si. id
leuce to intersect the, road leading from Lo.
gust Giov,e to( McArlhtir,' and there lo eudj
il.d't '',A ,mtt -'.nt .W1 Aral, rileminlif-d
IIU .WW KWIU a.l V. t l u.wv -
McArthur road be' vacated. i
july 27 tw i2 i r-MlKT'TETlTIOHEBi
JV1I1V iiKK.of every tiescriptioa neatly
' rVcCLTFEY'S CER1ES CCMFLEE.
CPELLERS. Firsl. Second, n'hlrd Foutt:
O and Fifth Readers. The Hemaa's Yonrte
UiWw KtwdefA .''.'Ale'. . i o 'jJ
riueu'a Primary Grarnmrr,.
" - Analtllcat i -r , ,
English Tea her, ,.f .. -h
Ray'ftAreihuiatic. Paris First Second shd
'bird. Kay'a Algebra. Parts First sad Second.
vVGutlev's tkeielic Prirners. : ? ;
H J.Unentary Slrei. . i ; ... ..; .... :
Webster's school iKciionarr. -Mitchel's
Primary Ueoeraniiy.- - '
Mitchel's large school Geography, latest
Copy Books. Slates. Tencels and ill kinds
. f sialic nary lor schools, fur sale at - '
. ACCOUNT BOOKS!' -1
HAVING a rge Stock ot . Day. Books,
Jouriuils aud Ltdgers. made of exi-el-entitperaud
bound well in. sheep, with
Morocco or Russian bands. , 1 w ill sell them
or a few mouths at l'jcicu SuaPBisiscLr
Those in want of Blank Bo'la anil who
iiuv for use or to sell again can have la renins
'Aol viUtuthy thtinttlus und wit ihe limta.
This is saying a good deal ; I mean what 1
-ay. J. K. WHITTEM0RE.
No. 1, Union Block, Second 6t.
. CUILI.K'OIIIE, Ohio..,.
JAb. m Vkag
Imiojterp o, tnd IXalpriia.
ARDV-AKE AND CUTLERY
SICX OFTDE'Ved FR0XT.VST.
PORTSMOUTH. OHIO, . ,
WE will dnplieatp hills with any reeular
jobbing House hi the Wesr. Coui.trymor
chants fnrnace proprietors, railioed contract
tors, and others, willsubsetve their interests by
giving us a call ''
May ll. S4. ly, - t .- J . I ..
GEO. K- WILL, .
WHOLESALE JIND RETAIL
OEALER III k
DlllCS, 'CtMlCALS, PAINTS,
varnish, n yek,pvre essential
OILS, 1NSTHUMENTS, BRUSH
ES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, '
FancyAr tides, Druggists' Shop Fur
niture, Glut iVart,Wtnioi$ Glass,'
:: Alcohol, 5j-c.,--cf-c, cj-c., ,
MAIN STREET,' MCARTHUR, OHIO,
informs his friends
and the public, that he is
now opening s large and
superior stock of Drugs,
cf-c, that have been selec
ted with jiersonal care for
tills II.. iuU. . .. , .
Puysiciaks and customers, w'ill find our
.r rugs of the best quality, all of which w e
w ill sell at the lowest prices..
. ,1 AJSI ALSO AGENT,
For all kinds of Patent Medicines, Fnglifh
Fieiich ate Gem an Herbs. Tttacco. Cigars
and a fine assortment of bosp s, Hx tracts end
Pure Wines. . ' Ijune 10, leoo. tl.
. WOOL I iicolu 3
10,0O lls ol Mool AVnnlcd.
V ISH to buy ell the -wciol 1 can get, and
v ill jay the highest tnsrket piices.
may US, "ots: tl E A BRATT0N.
SWA N'S NEW TJiEATlSE
1 nl rvrvlvvd, a NeVv Edition of the
above Work.wi'.h Forms complete 'for
Justiies' of the Peace.' Every. Justice and
Ollicer should have one. Call soon, at '.
JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE.
M II. JUlUNSOxN, (successor to Joseph
I J Jones) keeps constantly on hand a
larp.e stock of
LOOKS, STATIONERY, WALL
Which he w ill sell at E'asfern Prices. It is
his design to afford Country Merchants,' and
iiitchasers generally, such facilities for sup
plying themselves with every article inbis
line; us they have not heretofore enjoyed.
Additions are nowr being made to his stock,
which willmake oneof toe' Largest bcc" Jest
in the Western country. ... . -.
As mere outline, his stock wilt be found
to consist of .. . ' .
BOOKS Medioal. Scientific, Law, Theolog
ical. School, Blank and Miscellaneous.
STATIONERY Letter Caj Bill and Note
- Paper. t ' .
ENVELOPES -Buff. Embossed and Tlain
WALL PAPER -A heavy and well selected
U tlw.SOV' oltf-A'd), bottlers of
the greatest variftyi aid Wjiidow
BLN K .. BOOKS Ledgers, ; Journals, ;Dy
it Books,. sniLaiine Books, all f every
i tvle."'. f.
PERIODICALS Those Jautd Monthly, tod
others. i . -
MAfS Large ilapschoAIIeiisnheres smd
t)l the United Slates; bins 1 1 Maps ol
i : 'each of the Western' States, and of
Mexico :: -r
FANCY ARTICLE of different kinds.
ALSO Slates, Copy Books, Copper Plate,
- - Pencils, Gold tmd Steel Pens, Ink of
all kinds, Inkstands, Wafers, &c, Ate.
AH of which wtit be sold low. at W hole
sale and Retail at Johnson's Book Store,
Jones old itaud, Paint St., Chillicolbe, Ohio,
December D.;lb&3. ly.
GEO. ATKINSON'S ESTATE- ,
TV OT1CE is yiereby siveV, that the under
J. i sigi.cd 1,85 I ft ii apjointcd and qualified
Administialrixf'itht'Ei-teta oi Gtorte At
kinson, juUtoC tee icuuly.of Vinton, de-
i a-d. . (, j A,Vk L JN A AKlNiON
JACOB AUTC HELL'S ESTATE- j
V OT1CE is hereby given, that Job Mitch
1 ell, .Administrator of ihe Estate of Ja
cob Mitchell. Jr., lateof. the county of Vin
ton, deceased, has filed in the Probate Court
ot taid t mnity his accounts and vouchers as
such adnnnistiator for msjeciion- and final
tetllen.ent. end that said accounts Will be
l-asted u-eii bytaid Court on ilie22ddej of
.i. i. k... lOr.r. ? ; - D in UTWim
tept-13 5yt ; Prtn Jwdge .V.C. ()4
J AMES McCONNtL'S tifafjTl
NOTlCJ5sf.liej(b)r giwp, )ajjl)f jinder
aigrfd has been appointed and qualified
Executor bC tftf'tWt Will -arid Tpriament ol
ames McCoutieh Ifate tf ihe rountv bfVIu-
I'l'U A W fllTTLDI!
kJiliAa-EK otraw UuMera, from 7 to
VJ. 112; received tt the Gilt Anvil. '
; ; : ; denning, caaipbell & co.'
I II I V Wi -
S WUUBA, t. H. HtlBBAY,
,vsr4if ..... v
ANNOUNCES Jto- the fitizent t.f V i- .
ton county, thst he has jurtreeeif' f.
nr w slock of Bolks and Stationary, eiiusisi. .
in of ' i -.': .
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from tl tf-u
1 CO.- t -': '- .--.Z i-
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Bound in Morocco, gilt and commoa tir'
mf. ' . '..'; .
Weems' Life of W'ashinctc,
ii FaAirxLiK. I v -y '
Life of Daniel Booxi,
' " Black Hawk, . -"
" Tecuuseach.m ;
Shaskipeab's works complete.
Bvbon's " -'- :r :
Life of P. T. Baoum. "
. D Aubioke's History of the ReTortrra'ti,
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK. OF Khowlew,
RinaXdo R iKAiDtitA. a Romance. - J '
; Hale's History of Has United Stles. '
Grimshaw's History of the United Sut.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale.
; The Craftsman, the "Light of the TetnpV,
and Meloddies for the. Craft, containing w
excel lent selection ol Hymns and Odes' suita
ble for evry occasion..
The American Songster; Parlor Songster,
Exile f trin. Songs of Old Ireland, Negr
Songs, and a variety of other Song Boonh.
Moral 4lnd livMwtiVe gtory bpoka forchil
dren.Pictortal Toy Books forchilJren.of everf '
Justices' Dockets. Lege rs and Day "BcV4 JO
bound in lealherand Iwlf binding, of sV
. - STATfttNA-ftf- " v ,
. Best Cap Paper. BUie Post Lettci pudding I
Commercial Xtote Paper, Bill raper, ei -Qiiilli,
Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, lnkstanu D.
Wafers. W'riiing Sand, and Stationary oi
every kind, ell of w liith will be sold al tlm
lowest figures, for cash. - .inay4 '55. tf
, lVcw Books,
AND other Goods hi bis line of Businets
are received by Expiess almost every
week from Boston, Neiv York, and the Cities
of the West, by J. K. VVHlTTF.iMORE,
mayia. oa. Sjecond iSt., Clitlltcolne, u.
At Pbatt87iixe, wish.ta purcliBfe Hides for
which the highest Market price will be given,
January 5.1655. tf. '
ALLGEMEINE8EKANTMACHUNQ ! .
rATtiNT LIQUID CLUE.
Price,'..-. - - - - 95 Cent.'
rTHIS celebrated and very useful article,
J. the invention of a celebrated Enelisb.
Chemist, end much used in Europe is now
offered to the Public at a price that places it
in the reach of all.
tttr No Housekeeper should be vithout it.
as with this article they can immediately re
pair any article of Furniture, such as China,
Glass -or Wood, that may have been broken
without the trouble and expense ot sending
it to the Cabinet Makers. For sale at
E. A. BRATrON'S.
And Stage Office,
OPPOSITI TIIEftOST OFriCS,
WcA RTUR, OHIO, -
1 PASSENGERS who stop, at this House.
. can take the Coach every morning 1c r
Chillicothe, to Bye r's Station, thence by Rail
Road; also, every morning for Alliens, and
other points South and East.
The proprietor assures all who favor him
with t call, that no means will be spared to
make '.em comfortable , and at charges lo
suit the t hues. July 27,'55.
ma: Fall Trade. 18SS.
Hi D. SKULL,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY
GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
AND SHOES, HATS,
PAINT S TREECTC1IILL1C0TTIE.
IS now prepared to supply Merchants an.l
Furnace Proprietors, with all articles in
his line at fair prices and upon reasonable
terms. His stock is new, laree, and well as
sorted, and will he sold 'invariably at Cin
cinnati prices. . ' (aug. 30 2in.
Si Hi HOLMES,
(Successor to Smith and Holuies.)
t, ' KANtFACTORESSOr
Tta, Slittt Iron, and fopptr Wares,
ALSO DEALEBIT, WHOLRSAI.B DETAIL, IS )
Stoves, Graltt. St lhlow Wart,
MARKET STREET, EAST SIDE,
. - -t PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. ' -April!
1554. ly.' : . .:c
rtHE undersigned desire again to tender"
JL their thanks to their numerous eo-tom-ers
for past favors, and advise them of tb
fact, that they are now receiving and open
ing at the Bric k corner, a Larj.; and Splend
id Stock ol FALL AND mNTER DRY
GOODS, consisting of every Tariety. and
quality, suited to the wants of their custom
ers aud the community;, winch, they pledge
themselves to sell as low as they can be bouKht
in this or any of Ihe western markets. They
will not boast, tuag. or banter, buCtwy. do
not t(end fo be excelled in qantity and quali
ty of their Goods, neither do they intend, to
M undersold. . - .- - '.! ". '
. And while inviting the attention of their
customers to the prospects .w htch are aheod.
they ties he to remind tbem of 1ba fact, that
tome t them are in the arrears that "short
seitletoents make long friends." That their
Auction Notesyand longstanding tceottoU
should now be paid.. Aud in tiewrof he
abundanceof thacrops. amUinctns Vich
aw altlieir comtnimd.-i is- rwped -they will
pay up the old score, or a I least settle by
note, and comhfenee sne"V. "
. J - i ... SHADES & REYNOLDS,
sep. 13. '55 tf. ,. t ; c
FOKWBDIXU A5D rCMISSIW MRCDAVT,
CENTER 'WHEELING WHARVES
WHEELING, yLy & BRIPGEPORT,
Has large and extensive Ware llouees. iA
is prepared with erery ftrcility,- tcttetrd to
alt business. entrusVed tohi'T-rarr.kproperly
He forward f reicht by Car loaOai or othervrita
JSentemJtet 2,1663 ;:x-