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' " NE W' WHOLES ALE
READ Y-3I A D C to T II IN G
. WAREHOUSE. (
Of th. lata Sim cf H.mptcn, Wilion ft Co.,
U, SJ 11) Ird Strut beivcrd Woo J 1 Karktt,
. -FITTSBURG, pa.;
BBS npV jece'ivInj their . stock of Fall
mill n luler Goods to w Inch they call
Uha attention of .WEkTEHit Mebchakts.
Among their assortment willbe found
MEN AND BOYS C LOT JUNO
Of every possible description; also Troy and
Hartford Shirts and Collars, Wool, .Merino
uud Cotton Undrr.-liiits and Drawers, Silk
and Linnen Handkerchiefs, Men's Hosiery.
Suspeuders, Craials, Neck Ties, Stock. :
Gloves. cvr Also, a general assortment ol
INDIAN ' RUBMR GOODS.
We iuteod this stock shall always be one
of the largest, the best furalolie J, and the
most beautiful and complete o be louitcl in
tli. United Stales. Oui connection w ith one
of the largest houses in Massachusetts where
the utmost care has been bestowed in their
manufacture, gives as advantages which will
enable us to tell Goods at Eastern Jobbers
pi ices, which we are determined to do, and
also enables us to offer
A gitater variety ol Gocds toourcus
. tomers tli a ti has liillicrto been
found id this Market.
We resrec-tlully folicit the patronage of all
uuvers visiting tins city, the outers ol our
customers shall be proinutlv and satisfaclor
ily filled ou terms as liberal us by any other
jiouse in the country.
HAMPTON & CAMPBELL.
Sept. 6 '55 3m.
ROAD NOTICE TO NONRESIDENTS.
DOUGLASS PUTNAM, and all other un
known owners of lands through which
the following described road runs, will take
notice that a Petition tor an alteration has
I'ti'ii pretented according to law, and that at
1he September session Of the Commissioners
of Vinton county, Ohio, un order was made
for a view and tuirvei for n alteration of
that part of the Athens and McArthur Road,
descrilied as follow?, to w it: Iximinenciiig
ft the West end of the bridge across Rig Rac
coon, near the land of W. H. Blue k, in Knok
to'iiship, in Paid county; tlwiuv running
Norlli-wcsl 30 or 40 rods aiong the old Mill
joad; thence nearly west to the high giO'iud
nbova hih water mark; tirewe a south-west
tour on the lower bench of the hill, en the
north side of tl creek, on said Blacks Innd;
oonlinuinj said laot mentioned (liicctiou un
til it intcisects the old rond weH of a laic.o
roi k (i) the .bank of mid creek.ou raid Black
laud; thence abiin or near ti e old road to the
first roiTPii Jacob ledum's laud; theme lhr)'
thrf field on the north si V, on the liest ground.
intersecting the old road in the must eonve
nrent place; tlience the nearest and best route
'through the low gap at Wot. wejeri' place, in
Madison township, in said county; thence
nearest and best way to the foot of the
'! hill near M. EieieV house; thhice on
heneaiest and bisf g.c "ml to Maurice Ai
bough's, there loeud. Tliti Vicweisnnd sur
veyor will meet on said roadoti t?l5 twelfth
'day of October, 1W5, nud then iiiH , there
i proceed lo view said piopoted alteration
'fix a conipniKition on lands appropriated lor
. tuid roud and assess all ilumugva. eje
that a Petition presented, at
li e next cession of tlie Commissioners of
"Vinton couu'y, Ohio, prayu for en altera
tion of that ;t of the Atlr,9 und MeAr
thur Road describe I as follows, to wit:
. Commencing at the West end of tl r Jge
across Big Kaccoon, near the land of W. II.
Piiack, in Knox township in uid county;
thence running North-west 30 or 40 rods
along the old Mill road; thence nearly West
, to. the high giound above high water inaik;
thence a South-west rouibeou the lower bench
of the hill, on the. North side of the creek on
hi id Black's land; continuing said Inst men
tioned direction until it iuler.-ects the old
Koad ve?t of a large rock on the bunk ol
said cieck, rn said Black's kind; thence akxig
f or near) the old road to the Cr.t run 'n Ja-ytob.Tedruw-a
land; tl t nce through the field
. on the No ith side, ou the best ground, inter-
tectttig the old nad in tie mutt cenvmient
itace; trience ire neaiesianu uesi loine inm
the low biiii at Win. Meers' place in Madiuti
tK.vritldo, in in id roiuitv; Iht lire the itpaiest
tied tul ivay to the loot of the big hill ne:u
ftl.Pieeves' Unite; thence on the neaie.st and
te:H ground to Maurice Albough's, there to
i nd; and Pi titK iieis J rny tor u view nut ai
teiatioii of the md. N.AST PtTiTiofEus.
august 3..'55 4w J
.'JOHNSOM'S BOOK STORE,
f II. JOHNSON, (sticceMir lo Joseph
' .L J i Jones) keeps constunlly ou jiaiid a
, large ftockot
UUOhS, ST A TfOXEKV, WALL
FAT Ell 4c
Whi h he will sell at Eutttrn Prices. It W
Ms design to a fiord Country Merchants, and
puicliafat rs generally, fetich facilities for sup
i lying themstlves with every .arlicte in his
line, as they have not heretofore enjoyed.
Additions are now being made-to his stock,
which w ill make one cf the 'Largest ai! lest
in the Western country.
.Asa mere outline, his stock will I found
to rorun-t rf .
BOOKS Medical. Scientific, 'Law, Theolog
ical. School, Blank and Miscellanecus.
STATIONERY Letter, Cap, Bill and JNotc
Paper. ' . -
- ENVELOPES -BulT. Embossed and Pain
White, and tiomnmeot. '"''.'
" WALL PAPER -A heavy axtd well selected
1 atock, at prices ranging from 8 .cents.
u,,,: f to l,60 per bolt. A'.' Borders.of
-ti -the greatest variety, and 'Window
';'' Blinds. . -
. BLN K' BOOKS Ledgers,' Journals, Day
:,' -" Books, and Time Books, all of every
-PERIODICALS Tliose issued Monthly, and
1 ' others1. ' ' ' ' " '
MAPS Large Maps of both Hemispheres and
' of the United States: Smill Maps of
i:r j ,f-ath 0f ine Western Slates, and of
'" . Mexico. '
FANCY : ARTICLE of difTfrent kinds.1
ALSO Slates. Cony Books, Copper Plate,
'Pencils, Gold and Steel Pens, Ink of
all kinds, Inkslands, waters, ec.. c.
All pf which wiil be sold low. at Whole
' saile 'and Retail at Joukson's' 'Book Store,
Jones' old stand, Paint St, Chillicoiha, Ohio.
DecemlierO. 1653. ly: '
Shade Heynoldq, Pl't'lTs i In Ai4acoment.
1 ( -agaiiist.,. . r .
George Ullom, Defendant. ) (Civil Action.)
THE Defendant will take notice, that the
riaiittifTs In the above ease, on the 24th day
,of July, a. d. 1655, eauted an order' of : At-
' lachrcent to be issued by J. YV. Swepston.
Justice pf the reece-foi Elk township, Vin
toQ counly, Ohio, agaitst thegoodscgatiles,
'stocks, interest in itocks. rights, ' credits.
tnoneys0 and ehecla of said Defendant, an
absconding debtor of said county, "to satisfy
the claim pf the PUinliiTg' for five dollars
and eighty-six cents aiid fifteen dollars the
,Ttio&able-costs of suit and tlrat said cause
fas been continued fortervice on mid Defend
ant, and will b lor Luuin beloie said Jus
tice, at his eQka iu McJLriliur.'Jntaid tovvn-
ship, 9a the 8.h (y of, Svpteinbtr, a. d.
1855, at 10 o'clock a b). of aid' dav, lait
oni5tl';'- SHADES REYNOLDS.
SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON and after Fridayi 1st of June, IS55,
Trains will run as follows, to wit:
Train No. I will leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clock A.M. and. arrive at Jackson at 12
o'clock M. Returning leave Jackson at 1J
o'clock P. M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 5
o'clock P. M.
Train No. 2 leave Jackson at 71 o'cIock A.
, end arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A.
. Returning leave Portsmouth at 24 P. M.
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
Trains stop oki.v for passengers at the fol
lowing stations, to wit: Sciotoxille, Webster.
Washington und Gulliu Stations, Portland,
Cros Roads and Irw iu's Station.
J. XV. WEBB, Superiutendcn.
June 15, 85. 2c-if.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R.
I3ASSLNGERS leaving Columbus at 2:15
a. ni., Cincinnati at 0 a. Oi., or Chilli
co lie at II a. in., arrive at Bers' (23 miles
eust of Chillicothe) at 12.'.'0 p. in.
A Train leaves Bye w' daily Sundays ex
cepted at 1:40 p. m., by whiih passengers
arrit e at Chillicothe at 3:15 p. m., Cincinnati
at Si'-'O p. m., or Columbus at 1 1:1 p. -n.
Stages to and from Athens, Pumeroy, Mc
Arthur, Ilamden, Jucksou, Oullipolis, cVc,
connect with the Trains at Byers', and pas
sengers an make the trip let ween either of
these places and Columbus, Cincinnati or
Chillicothe in a single day.
An accommodation Train is run daily
except Sunday s from Chillicotlie to Blan
chester and back.
Passengers by this train leave Chillicothe'
at 5 a. m ., and arrive at Cincinnati at 11:13
a. m., or Columbus at 1:45 p. in. Leave Co
lumbus at 1 1 a. in., or Cincinnati at 4 p. in.
and arrive at Chillicothe at 10 p. m.
Fare from Byers' lo Cincinnati 3,fi0
do. do. to Chillicothe "50
Thiough Ticktts between Columbus and
Chillicothe $3,50. lo he had only at Colum
bus and Xenia Railroad Ticket Olfiee cl Co
lumbus, and on the cars of Marietta and Cin
cinnati Railroad on leaving Chillicothe.
lai'g. 10f5.tl.l JOHN WADDLE
COACH & RAILROAD LINE,.
XEY OTiER AMCE!ET.
ON AND AFTER ViITT,
?-Vvi' Monday. June 4lh.vQ3;
tlatX'ii- lf55,.a Dui'y Line oi Mail
Coaches will run regularly let ween Mi-Arthur1.
tiid live r's Stuticu; as follows :
Leave Mc Arthur at 5 o'clock, A. M., pas
sing through llaniden (i, arrive at Bjer's at
'J A. .
Returning, leave Byers' nt 5, P. M., pas
sing thrtnigh Haiiiden GJ, P. M.; armeal
McArtbwr at 8. P. M,; connettiiig with ti e
Maiiettn 6c Cincinnati R. R., to and from
A Daily Coach will leave McArthtir every
morning for .- Ibiiuy.Poinnov, Athena, Iloch-
ing Port, Purkersburg and ftlaiietta.
June lst,'5o. if.
ii. LLOYD & CO.,
Wholbsalr boot & snoE YVahehousk
' h, 3. EiukcjrBlctk, From Strict,
HAVE just received tl.fi r extensive Full
ICirt, L ,miki&t i na i( nil ll:A juft t nt !
, - UIV 1 1 1 , v. . . . - ... ... ... - -
and fashions. Our stuck having been pur
chased direct from the manufacturers,, prin
cipally for cush, with great care in "the se
lection ot quality and sizes adopted to me
Western trade, we are enabled to oh r su
perior inducements this Fall, and are deter
...l.i..i m. t In lu undersold liv finv rcnlur
- . . - f.-- -
house either in New York, Philadelphia or
In ml.l ii inn In nor pteiiMe slni k of T Mints
and Miiits wi'.l be found a large and well se-
tec tea siock oi
HATS B g CAPS.
Suilab'e for the Fall and Winter Trade.
N'enhiiii8 and Furnace Owners visiting our
city arc invited lo call and examine lor tlieni
elver. To the Ladies. We ate now mtinuf.ictur
iriga superior article of laidies' and Misses'
Uailers' Buskius and Slippers. Jlaving jiro
cured some of the best woiKiuei: in the West,
we are prepared to supply those wh. want
Lkatiikr. One Thousand lbs, Red Sole
Lelhei.l'2 001bF, No. 1 W hile Sole Leather,
oC dozen French calf Skins. !5 dozen Craw
ford's Skills, JOihren Rip Skins. Upper
leather and Shoe t Hidings always ouliaiul
and for sale at the lowest market price.
January 20. IMt 1 jr.
CEO. Ii. WILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dr.lCS, CDHCALS, PALMS,
VAL'iXJSJI. DYES.PIUE ESSENTIAL
OILS, INS Tlx L Ml! A I S. 1SKUSH
E S OF E YER Y DE SCRIP TlOX,
TIONS, F aniyAitiiUa, Drvgiitta' Shop- tur
iiiir,6'Zn H'a re, Windoit Gluts,
Alcohol, eje, fjc, 'ifc,
MAIN STREET. MCARTHUR, CHIO,
B ESPE CTFULLV
i informs his friends
and the public, that he is
now opening a large and
superior stock of Drugs,
( c that have been selec
ted with personal caie for
till I lU'l.
PnvsiciATts and customers, will find our
7 nips of nlte best quality, all of which we
will sell at tl lowest prices.
; J AN ALSO A GENT
For all kir.d cf ratrnt Midicines. Trglish
French ei d Ceirr an Hrrl-s. Ti l er co. C'cars
andafne assortn iut of Sops, Extracts and
Pure Wires. Ijnne 15, 1S55. tl.
MCCUFFEY'S ER!ES CCN PLEE.
SPELLERS, First. Second, Third Fourth
and Fifth Readers. The Heman's Young
Ladies Readers. '
Piueo'c Primary Grammcr,
- " J 1 Analytical -'.
' ' ' English Teacher,
Ray's Arethmatic, Parts First. Second end
Third', Rfty'g Algebrs. Parts First and Second.
JUcGuffey's Electic Primers.
The Elementary Speller. '
1 Websifr'a school Dictionary.. - 1 ' ' ' V
j. Mi tenet's Primary Geography. ' .'
Mitthel'a large school. Geography, latest
edition. . " - ... r ' ;.
- Copy Books. Slate,- Ptncels and all kinds
of stationary or schools, for sale at
STRAW CUTTERS. . ,
Or. YANKEE Straw Cutters, from ? lo
44" VL; tecetyed at the Gilt Anvil.-,
. . . DENNING. CAMPBELL & CO. S
HOOKS! HOOKS! I
ANNOUNCES 'to the citizens of Vin
ton county, that he has just received a
new slock ol Books and Stationary, cinsisiing
in (art of
t AM ILY BULLS, at prices frcm 61 50 to
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
round in Mciocco, gill and ccii.n.mi bind
ing. Wffns' Life cf Wasiiikctcs,
" " " FKAMiLni.
" " " Marios.
Life of Da.vifl Toom:,
" " Black Hawk,
' " TtClHSIACH.
Fiiakim i ak's vi il.s ccn plele.
Life o( P. t! CAnM M.
De AitickeV Histnrv of the Reforlnatton.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Knowliuoe.
r.iNALDo Cinai.dina. it Kmnanie.
Hale's lli.-Kjrv of the United Stales.
Grim.'lu vv'K History ol the United Stales.
Child at I'l'ine. a Mom! Tele.
MAE.CNIC V P.K8.
Ti e Ciaft.-man, the Light of the Temple,
and Meloddies lor the Cral't, containing an
ex client selection ol Hj inns and Odes' suita
ble for evry occasion.
Tie An.erican Songster. Parlor Songster,
Exile of Eiin, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro
Songs, and a variety of other Song Boo s.
Moral and Iistrocthe story bocks (orchil
tlivii. Pictorial Toy Books forchildreii,of every
Justices' rockets. I.ef r. and Day Books,
hound in leader i.i:d lull 'binding, cf all sizes.
Test Cap Tapir. Blue Post Letter Paper,
Con. men ial Note Pater. 1i 1 1 Tajer, alto Ink,
Quills, Still Puis, Sand Boxes, Inkstands,
Walcrs, Writii'g Sand, and Stationary oi
cierj kind, all cl which will le (old at the
l vest f..Me. lor cash. mnv4 '55. tf
f IMIK undersigned desiie agnin
J. tl eir iliinil s 10 tie ir in.iu-roi
ers fur 1 nst lav 018, and advise them of the
fact, ll.at tin y are now roc-cuing and open
ing at I l.e Bnc k 1 ciiK r. a l.aij.,' and Splend
id Sic c k ot FALL AND II 7A TEU hit Y
GOODS, lonslsting of. evcrv variety mid
quality, suited tolhe wants ol tli;ir custom
ers and the comii uuitt; which lliey pledge
tliiui'-ches to .-ell as It v as they can be bought
in this or any ol il.e weiiern maiki ts. They
will not Ua.-I, tii'g. c r banter, but thy d
r.vt ink ntl lo be urJiVi in (jiin '.tij mid tuidi
tycf llnir Gtotia, r.illlur tlolh 'j intend lo
And while Inviting the attention of their
cusicn ers to the prosj ects which are ahei d,
lliey ties ire to 11 mind il.cm ol the fuel, thai
s( n.e (d tl 1 in aie in the 01 ieins ll.nt "shoi I
lettlen.eiits n i.ke.h.ng hii nils." That their
Auit'u.ii Niiti-b, and long standing accounts
should now I e paid. And in view of the
aLur.uaiiieof the crops, and means whiih
areal tl eir ion umnd. it is hoped they will
pay tip the old stoie. or at least teille by
note, und commence anew,
SHADES &. REYNOLDS.
sep. 13. '55 tl.
opposite the post office,
McA 1 TUB, OHIO, .
f n yi e y; 1 it; ft
IjASSLNGERS who stop at this House,
can tnke "l e tVvcli every morning lor
t lil lilt ll e, lo Bf iV btaticn, lleuce by Ball
Road; tho, every nioiniiig for Alliens, rind
oil er points South unci East.
Jle piopnetcr asuies till w no luvor nun
with 11 call, I hut 110 means will be spared to
nixi'.c tliiu cou.loiluble and at cl.aiges to
it the time.'i. Ijtily 2,5u.
I cill Trade. 1858.
0. $M LLj
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY
GCOLS, CLO'tlllNG, BOOTS
AND SHOES. HATS,
CAPS. BuN NET'S,
PA IN T S TREETCIIILLICO THE.
IS now prepared to supply Merchants and
Furnace Proprietors, with all articles in
his line at fair pices end upon reasonable
terms. His slock is new, large, and well as
sorted, and will be sold invaiiablv at Cin
cinnati prices. aug. 30 2in.
U;shi.!A((in Initm Insu-
Cflicc in Rciift'ii Elctk, ronn-rSupcrior St.
ur.il 1'iihlif 'qiuire,
rilllS well known Hove Company is pre
X and, as usual, lo take risks ou the sa
fe r classes of Property, Their means are
ample, and their rates aie as reasonable as
llioic ol any sound Company.
trTNOSlLCJAL HAZARDOUS OR
STEAM RISKS TAKEN.C0
D. B. Dunham, President,
Geo. M)gBii, Vice President and
O. N. Skeels, Secretary,
Geo. B. Senter, General Agent;
Cenrge Mvgatt, Cleveland,
F.T. Backus, do.
A. S. Smulford, do.
Jacob Perkins, do.
Geo. B. Senttr, do. .
0. N. Skeels, do.
D. B. Dunham, . do.
C. XV. Cook," . do. 1
"""Timothy Baker, Norivalk.
John Clark, Brunswick. - ,
J, P. Robinson, Bedlqrdi
. V . M. Pow eil. Cleveland, (Vest side.)
- . E. F.BINGHAM, Acknt.
july20'55-6mf : ; McArthur, Ohio.
Road Tax 1855.
fl'MIE rate of Taxation for Road purposes.
A in Vinton counly, for the year bi is
at the rate of Ten .Cents on errh Hundred
Dollars valuation of taxaWe pro er'y, which
may be discharged by labor on the Reads, uii-
rlpr I ho iliirel nil tf thd Sili ervisnrs of the
several Districts, at rate of one dollar
perdar. ' JOSEPH MAGt-B, '
iWi7 4i . .- AuMvr r. c. a
IF YOU CA L UU WILL BIT,
JOr'H S, HAWK,
Main street, Mcarthur, oiiio,
I f It r in (.11 kin! j cf
DRY G COLS, GI.OCLniLS, HARD
WARE, UUELNSWAKE. HA'IS,
A I S. BONNETS, BOOTS .J-SHO'-S,
LOTI1ING, IRON c
Iv'AILS, &c. Also.2
LOUDON & Co's. POPULAR FAMILY
iS just receiving liom Cincinnati, one of the
l argest a.id best selects sicxks of New.
Fver brought to McArthur, expressly (or the
W'inter trade, which lie is determined to sell
on the most least liable terms.
Just rail and see my New Goods ctlvre
Biing along your Produce, for in the way
of Barter he vuli give you asgood bargains as
though yen brought the Cash,
November 17, 1&54. 1st. c. ly.
I1ICK0CK & Bro.,
HAYING just oK-ned a Wholesale and
Retail ,11 AT VI'OltE iu Portsmouth,
on f rout Street, betweeu Market and Jefler
sou, tl.ey invite All to call and examine their
p, lints nnd raps, Straw Coeds, Trunks,
j& Valises, CurpctTugj, I'mbrcllas if., M
OF EVERY 1)ICI!I1T10S. ,
Purc hasers' can at all times find at our'es
lahlishment a lull and comulete assortmen-
of the richest and most desirable styles, ai
well us the most common fabrics. Our lone
experience in the business, and knowledge ol
mainitacturing, with tl fac ilities for piin.ha-
sii g, are such that we are confident we can
tell uiwr.it t.ian any other House in ll.e West.
ILT'.S of all kinds wanted, for which the
hilxst ptices will be paid.
Portsmouth. November 4, 1ED3. Iy
Bi S MUItHAY, P. II. MUIUtAY, JAB. ll'KEAS
In'i cjtcrs ol, und Dealers in,
II.UiBVVAIvE AKD CUTLERY
SIGXCFTHE W FROST ST.
WE w ill duplicate billn with any recular
jobbing House in the West. Com. try mer
chants, nrnace proprietors, railioad contract
tors, and others, willsi.bseive their interests by
giiiug us a call.
f-l.lV I'J, 0-1. iv.
PATENT L1QVID GLIE.
I'rhc, - - -
- - 23 Cents.
npillS relebralfd and very useful article,
X the invention of a ce'ebialed English
CI. c mist, in. d much used in Euiiape is now
(fi it. I to the I tblic at a piice that places it
iu the lench of all.
C3 No Housekeeper should be w ilhnutit,
as with this article they can immediately, re
1 ) r b it r arnc leot Enioitiire. sui h as China,
Gii ss or W f( (I. that tnay have been broken
without the tiHible ai d cxinse ot sending
it to the Cabinet Makers. For sale at
1:. a. :;vnoN"s.
MAYING a large Stock of Day Books,
Tl Joiiriibls ami Ltdf.eis. nu.de of excel
lent paper and bound well in sheep, with
Morocco or Russian bands. 1 will sell them
lor a lew months at l'liicia Sukpkusikolv
Those in w'anl of Blmli Bo As and who
buy for use or fosell again can have bu rpuins
that viil sutitfy thfTiMhts and suit the times.
This is saying a good deal ; 1 mean what 1
say. J. R. WHITTKMORE,
No. I, Union Block, Second st,
' " 'mavlft.'r5
s.kiuia, tltii(iS A. to.,
(Successors to Ilumpiun, H'fson y Co.,)
Wholesale Dealers in
FcKEfGN & CCESTIC DRY-CCO-S,
Xo. i) u'eed i H2Hiirtl Streets,
. P1TTSBU lG..r.,
ARE now o ei ing a very complete i
nieut vi Dry tioftb, ami by th
SepteniLer will be abie to exhibit a very at-
tractive slot k. I bey respct ilully invite an
early call from all engaged ia the trade.
iVCRE GCCCS Si. GROCERIES.
E Imve just received a new supply ot Wall
Jl PAPF.iiand Boi.deus; the largest lot ever
biought to McArthur. , '
TTSTAlso, COFFEE. Rice, Molassfs, To
r.Acco'si, &c; all of which 1 will sell
at die lowest figures. E. Ar fiitATrore.--
MARGARET CASSILL'S ESTATE.
TVJ otice is hereby given, that the undersign
1 1 has been appointed and dulv qualified
as Administratrix of the Estate tf Margaret
tbssill, late ol niton county, deceased,
Aug. 25th 'oi LEWIS A. ATWOOD.
A ND other Goods in his line cf Business
TA. are rec eived hv Express a'niost every
week from Boston, New York, avl the Cities
ol the W est, bv J. It. W HUT EMULE,
mav 18.75. ' Second St.. CbillicoOie, 0.
SKSU J. S. SWEPSTOX,
!...! i I.! .1 Art MiLi ik-!t ill l. fiii-iin
' JanuaVv 5J!:55. If.
10.CCO ll.h t,i XI co AVaittcd.
1W1S11 to buy all the wool 1 can ret, and
w ill pay the hi ghest u.aikel pi ires,
may '5, 55.- II 1 . E. A E RATION.
i U A A ' 8 HE V TLEA'IIHE
R rt'rctvisl, a New Edi:ion ol ti e
ahoie W'ork. w ith Forms complete for
Jubilees' of the IVace. Every Justice and
Cfiicer should have One. Call soon, at
GEO. ATKINSON'S ESTATE.
TVT OTICE is 1 riehy given, that lbs under
i.1 signed lii sleeti appoiutvi! ai d qualified
Adminibiiatrix of the Estate cl George At
kinson, late of lie ctruiy ol Vinton, de
(eised. ' AVAL IN A ATKINSON,
.i-i 0.13 tw.- -
JACOB MITCHELL'S ESTATE.
Jj OTICE is hereby yiven, that Job Mitch
ell, Adui;nistnikir.of jlm Ejiatitof Ja
i b Miicl.ell. Jr.. late ol(ihe county ol Vin
ton, deceased, hasfiied vi,tbe Probate Court
c I said enmity Ids areehnis and- votrcliers as
ri.e h administialor 'fur-inspection ajid final
sdilen.ent.. and lliat.said acrouuts will be
passed til on by said Court en thcldday of
uctooer, i.ssas. i, .1 '- " i .
ept l3 Cw. ;.; rro,-fudge V..Ckr.
FAMILY MEi)IOT.IiS! :
E, A -RATTOfJi'
MAIN STREET, Mc ART HIM; O.
KEEP constantly on hand the following
Genuine and Popular Medicines: i
Seller's Liver Pi 11. Dr. Lee's Pills. .
Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Jones McL's do.
Seller's Imp'l C S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup
LLUMEZ I S.
Lyon's N. & B., Jon .V N. B. Liniment
Sloan's Ointment, ' Sloan's List. Rel'.el do.
FOR THE II AIR.
Lion's Kathaiion, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure.) Fail De Cologne.
Castoi Oil, Sv.eet Oil.
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicaiueutuui.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial. Dalesman's Drops.
Sloan's Condition Pow'der; and Essences ol
all kinds. All of the above Medicines we
rec eived direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
April 6. 1855. if
(MAE i GAKDMH,
KEEP constantly bu hand the folowing
ernuine and populur'family medicines.
PILLS.-Sellers Liver Pills. MtLuine's
Livr Pills, Ayer's Pills.
COUGH REMEDIES.-Se.ller's Iinoeriat
Cough Syrup, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Seller's
tlive avrup, teller s Svrup of Squills.
WORM MEDICINES.-Seller s Vermifuge,
LINIMENTS. H. G. Farrefs Indian Lin
iment, Gardner's Volatile Liniment. Railway's
Ready Relief. Pain Curcr, Liquid Opidildoo.
HAIR TONICS. Lyou's Kathuiroii.G, S.
Also: A large and welt selected slock of
Dregs, Medicines. Oils. Paints and Dve-stuJls:
all lor sale at the lowest prices.
uei. xtn. isoi. iy.
JUST received the largest and best selection
of Boots and Shoes ever opened in this
market, consisting of
Gents. Enameled Brogans,
, cair ; ,' .
" Buttoned Congress Gaitcis,
" Morror co Slippers, ,
" Fieuch Calf Boots,
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots, . .
" i Goat . " ." i.
" Sewed V
," Laced Gaiters,. . ' !
" rutent leather ' ; . ;
" Enameled Jenney Lind's,
" Patent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Enameled "
" " Slippers.
Childreiis' Kid Laced BjoIs,
" Fancy '
" Ruan . " .
' Kid Peg "
" Enameled "
" Goat " "
Fancy " "
Misses Kid Slippers,
" Fancy Laced Bootii,
Together wittj eve:y variety of Boots and
Shoes, of Mens', VVomens' and childieus'
wear, at the lowest juices, at
di ;. Miu, c Aitii'u el iT& co..
Iiiiporim on J Wliolrwif mid lithiil Dialers iu
IiUIlVUI, l?JIl(llory, IrOII, dilaSB,
OUl.D respectfully informtheir friends
and the public that they have at length
got-ino tlieir pplendid imw room, and have
lilted it tipcxpressly lor the Hardware trade, (in
the hurnl district) under the sign of the G 1LT
ANVIL, East side of Paint, between Wa'.er
and 2d sts, wheie they are opening, in addi
tion to part ol tlieir lonuerstocK.a large and
desirable stock of Amr.rican, German and
Englidh Hardware, Saddlery, Iron and Glass,
together w ith all articles usually kept ill Huid
ware stores, and invite all to call and takes
look at their new room and examine their
They have continue! a stork of Goods at
tlieir OLD STAND, yen of the Mill Saw, on
Tagert's square, (under llie immediate care o(
one ol the twin) where they have teen soio-
erally patronized tin past year, for which the.f
iuie i ins opporuiniiy oi returning ineir em
cere thanks, and solicit a continuance of the.
fame for both establishments, promising to
keep as good Goods and sell as low as any in
this maiket. ' ' , ' .
May 10, 1S53. n l9 l'y
CH AST-ATMrD" AMTRI N Si Co
RECEIVED direct froin Nvv Oileans,
DT5 Iihds fair lo prime N.'O. Sugar;
20 ' ; clarified "chv '
1C9 bis loaf, crushed Ac pulverized suh:
54 bxs white Havana, for candy and syr
ups; . ; . . .
2337 bis N. 0. Molases;
75 do "St. Jauifs" choice sugar II, mo.
' -lOOtlo Common sugar H. inollaset.', ,
10 do Golden syrup; ' ' '. '
. .65 Tes-Rice; . . a
300 bacs Bio and Java eotTeet '-' ;
Which, together with a full and compretect
stock of. . " ' i
Woodwarf. Buckets, tub, zlne washboards,
Fai'iTsex Nits Fig, rasinsValmorids pe
cans, E. Walnuts, filberts; Brazil nuts; &c.
Spices 'Ground and unground Tepjier;
alspices; cinnamon; cloves; ginger; nutmegs:
Fish mackeral; dried herring, fodlish; ear
dines: , .-.
Teas A large jtoek of fiesh imperial; Y:
IIjsou;'guilow der and black tea:
TorAcco Fives; eights and pound plug of
good Virginia, iUissouri and Kentucky brands
also, Gedge p Bro'S and other good brands
of 6 twist tobacco: .(
DYE bTiri-a ludigo; copieras maJJerand
alum: . ,
Susdkiet Soap; candle, stare h, chocolate;
saltcrutiis; super carbonate of soda; epsom
sail: lead; shof; warpphig pnjer; &c, &c
Ye will tel at the ragular Ciucinuatti
Porismouih, April: 1 1, bo4. .
Steam CaLiitet Fai'torv.
J. II. WAIT, ,
CoKsr.u Ov JEFrrasoM and Second Stbeets,
CALLS the attention of the citizens of
Vinton and adjoining Counties lo his su
perior stock of ''
which he ofTersat w holesale or retail on reas
onable terms. Give him a call.
' Orders attended to promptly. ;
' March .4.14. W ' "
A Cents per lb. paid for rAos.'ariti ma
Ti-rjicthalf entmgbs -tall at Jjt ih n
JACOB MITCHELL'S ESTATE. NOTICE.
1HAVE this day sold to Wealfall, Stewart
cj- Co. fnj entiftjntelest tn the Clr.dfl
nali Furnace Companyj and am there foie no
longer a partner tlreia', '.'.iZ,'VJ)y '
CINCINNATI rt'BWACS.Xine tv-
jul) 20 41
. ,'JOj-iN BOBBIN
NO. n. PHCPMX, T, ,BIBrOCK,:j50i BiSCOCK.
BABCOCK & CO.
1 w mim 1 (ii:ci'iis;
Ro. Ci S 67 Witter Slffft.-NEW ORK.
Fcbuary 17, '51. Iy.' -,--7 1 A 1
C. P. 1HACV.
. . .-. .r: j.- oAKts.
c.p.TFACY & co.;:;
Manvfaclvrtn and XVhohsah ,
lea leu in . :. .
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Jl
LEATHER AND FtrvDINGti
Cnc duor below P. Eicnr j k Ce' Baiik
J rout Street, PORJSMQVTU, U.
April 27, 1855. ly.
IKON. NAILS AND STEEL. M .
300O Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
500 Kegs assorted cut and wrought' Nails.
3000 Lbs, square, round and octagon
Steel. Just received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENN1NU, CAMPBELL & CO
July 29, lbS3. ' .'
DR. DUN LAP, ,
' CT" Oilier, McArthur House. '
Feb. 16, 1805, ly. ,'. .;, ,
LIPrENCOTT'S Axes, warranted 30 days
or the money refunded. Hatchets w a r
r.mteil. Tilletsons Hamlsaws warranted,
Door Locks, Thumb Latc'ies, Butts, Screws,
Augers, Smoothing Irons,, Curry Combs,
Horse Brushea, Files,' Rasps, in tiiot every
thing in the Hardware line, at
Benjandu Allen, Pl ifl, i
against (Civil Action )
John Shuts, Deft. )
rpilF. Defendant will tale notice that the
A PihintilT in the above case, on the llh
day of September, 1805, caused an Order of
Attachment to be issued by Nathan Steel, a
Justice of th Peaca for Vwau tow nship,
Vinton county, Ohio. against the gooda,
thaltles, stocks, rights, credits, moneys, and
effects of said Defendant, a iion-iesldent
debtor of said Vinton counly, lo satisfy ' the
claim of. the Plaintiff for Filty Dollars and
costs of suit, and that said cause has been
continued for service ou said Defendant, and
w ill he for hearing before said Justice at his
office in said township, on the th day' of
October, :tS05, at 2 o'clock p. m.
BfNJ AMIN ALLEN",'
Sept. 20-: w
S. H, HOLMES,, i
(Successor to Smith and Holmes.)
;Tln. Sheet Iron, and Coipcr Wares,
ALSO DEAL FES, WHOLESALE RETAIL, l!
Siovt's, Grates. & Uoflow Wire,
MARKET STREET, E46TJ5IDE.
Aprl I ir51. ly. ( .
FCUWAKKINU AND tClDUSSIOX -ERl'lIAXT,
CENTER WHEELING WHARVES
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Has targe and extensive Ware Hou-es, end
is prepared with every facility, to attend to
all business, entrusted to Lis care, uropetly
He forwards treithtbv Car loads orolhcrwLa
September 2,13. lv
ISAAC MORRISON'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Iemuel S.
Tayne, Execuiot of the last Will and
Testament of Isaac Morrison, late of Vinton
county, deceased, has tiled iu the Probate
Court of said county his accounts and vouch
ers for rns ectioii and final settlement, and
that said accounts will be p8SS uPon by
said Court on the22d day of Ocloler. 1S55.
B. P. HEWITT, Fro. Judge V. C.
sept. 13 3w. '. . x .
JAMES McCONNEL'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been appointed and qualified
Executor of the last Vvill hnd Testament of
James McConncl, late "of tire rountv of Vin
ton, deceased. PATRICK MURDOCH. ;
' sept.ia-3v "."', ,
- Dukcyc IIIock,,:
No. 1, Front Street.
THE co-partneiship heretofore existing
between the subscribers, under the firm
of Oakts & Buskirk, was this day dissolved
by miiiiial consent. F. 1. Oakes na'ving sold
Ins enure irterest to Messrs. George & Chas.
H. Dis. all clairtis will be settledjind debts
collected by Busk'uk &l Dav is. our succcssori.
. , :, , . F. J. 0AKE3,.- -r-A.
A. W. BUSK IKK, GEO. DAVIS,- CH-S. H. DAVUI.
KISKIRK A DAVISVi
(Successor of Oakes & Buskirlt.)
, . AND ; . .
. .PRODUCE DEALERS,
. - Butkr ye lilotk, rroul Street.:.:-
. January 19, 1854,,-tf. 1 V :'
W. M. STAttii...
WttLEY STARR &, CNS. "
G F!tER L COKMISMO MEBIH1XTS
Imtb. Sal. of WMiern PrKo '
irAr TOEACOO FLOUR, FJIOVISIOKS.
Nus. bob7S. CHARLES STREET.:)
Between Fruit and Camden streets. near tiifl
.'it Tobacco Inspection Wirehonwe,'
. o. . HALT! MOB E.v; i VT
Lib$rl urfeances made en contignucntt.
N. B. We have recently removed to onr
new and exteusiYe Warehouses, upon South
Charles Street, where we have. the advantage
ol a Bail Road track of oar own; (connecting
our House with tbe B. dO, Railway.) fad
are thus enabled lo receivVall one consign
ments, when tent in carlo8s,ire1-of Dray
age. V'e have, also, evey lacllity b4i - re
ceipt aud sale of Tobacco. Flour rrQFijL-.
and Western Pioduco. -generally i''.-i.j? '
, , We send a correct su lenient of tto-uJrVi t
fpouthlyrto eur friendir oftae.'il destRf).
June lt)54-lYr.TV Virol