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NEW WHOLESALE
It EADY-JIADE CloTHING
WAREHOUSE".
HArVPTCNA. CAMPBELL,
Clth. Uttfliacf HiD-fUn, WllicnkCb;
Mo. H Hiiril Strtct lnvrtn Vcod I Mktt,
PITTSbURG, PA. i
A EE now receiving tb?ir slock of Fall
and Winter Goals to which they call
tha alieuum of W eitebx Mm-HAfTS.
Among tlieir assortim nt ill be found
MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING
Of every possible descri ptlon; also Troy and
Hartford Shirts and Collms, Wool, Merino
end Cot Ion Ur.dcrshiits and Dmwers, Silk
and Linnen Handkcu'liicfs, Men's Hosiery.
Susrcndci, Cravats, Neck Ties, Slocks.
Gloves. &c. Also, a general assortment ol
INDIAN RUBBER GOODS.
We intend this stock shall always be one
or the lurgest, the best furnished, and the
rnoit beautiful and complete to be found in
the 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 w'"
enable us to sell Goods at Eastern Jobbers
juices, which we are determined to do, and
also enables us to offer
A greater variety of Goods loourcus
tomcra than lias hitherto been
found in this Market.
We resettlully solicit tlio patronage or all
buversisiline this city. The orders of our
iitinmem shall be mcinmtlv and eatisfactor
ny sued on terms us librrul ev by any other
liouM in ilia countrv.
HAMPTON' & CAMrBELX.
Sept. 605 2m.
j
I
ROAD NOTICE TO NONRESIDENTS.
DOUGLASS PUTNAM, and all other un
known owners of lauds through which
the following described rord runs, will take
notice that a Petition for an alteration has
been presented according to law, and that at
the September session of the Commissioners
of Viutou county, Ohio, an order was made
for a view and survey for an alteration of
that part of the Athens and McArthur Road,
described as follows, to wit: Commencing
at the West end of the bridge across Big Rac
coon, near the land of W. 11. Black, in Knok
tor-rrship, in (aid county; thence running
North-west 30 or 40 rods along the old Mill
road; thence nearly w est to the high ground
above high water mark; thence a south-west
course on the lower bench of the hill, on the
north side of the creek, on said Black's land;
continuing said lust meni'ioned direction un
til it intersects the old road west of laige
rock on the bank of said cieek.en said Black s
land; thence along or near the old road to the
first run on Jucob Ted row ' lund; thence thro'
the field on the north sie, on the best ground,
intersecting the old road in the most conve
nient place; thence the nearest and best route
through Ihelowgopat Win. Meyers' place, in
Madison township, in said county; thence
the in a rest and best way to the foot of the
big hill near M. Reeves' house; thence on
it nearest and best ground to Maurice Al
bough's, there to end. The Viewers and sur
veyor will meet on said road on the twelfth
day of October, lfco5, end then end there
proceed to view said pioposed alteration
fix a conipcuraticn on lands appropriaied for
said road aud assess all damages. J c.
MANY PL'llTlONERS. j
September G'f 5 5w.
ROAD NOTICE.
that a Petition will be presented, at
the next session of the Commissioners of
Vinton roun'y, Ohio, praying for an altera
tion oHhat pert of the Athens and McAr
thur Road described as follows, to wit:
Commencing al the West end of the bridge
across Big Raccoon, near the land of W. H.
Jllnck, in Knox township in said rouniy;
lheuce running North-west 30 or 40 rods
along the old Mill road; tlience nearly West
to (lie high ground above high water mark;
llruce oSoutli-west routs on the lower bench
of the hill, on the North side of the creek on
mid Blaak's land; continuing said last men
tioned direction until it intersects the old
Road vest of a larpe rock, on the bank of
(aid cicek, i n said Rlai k'a land; lheuce along
(or near) ti e ol1 read to the first run on Ja
cob Tedrow'b land; thence through the fit Id
on the Noithsidc, on the best ground, inter
secting the old read in the most convenient
j. lace; ihencT ihe nearest and best route thro'
the low gap ut Win. Mejcrs' place in Madison
toanship, in raid county; thence the ncaiest
and Lest way to the tool of the big hill near
M. Reeves' house; thence on the neaiest aud
best ground to Maurice A Ibcugh's, there to
end; and letitioneis pray lor a view knit al
teration of the same. M.aky FinnoNEiis.
august 3, '55 4vv
JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE.
If 11. JOHNSON, (successor to Joseph
.LJ . Jones) keeps constantly on hand a
large stock of
BOOKS, STATIONER', WALL
PAVER U.,
Which he w til sell al Eastern Trice. It is
his design to afford Country Merchants, and
iiiiichasem generally. su h facilities for sup
plying themselves with every article in his
line, as they nave not nereioiore enjoyeu.
Additions arc now btinB made to his stock,
w hich will make one of llm Largest unr1 lest
in tha Western country.
As a mere outline, his stock will be found
to consist of
BOOKS Medical. Scientific, Law, Theolog
ical, School, Blank and Miscellaneous.
.STATIONERY Letter, Cap, Bill and Note
Paner
ENVELOPES Buff, Embossed and Plain
White, and Governmeut
WALL PAPER A heavy and well selected
slock, at prices ranging from 8 cents,
to ftl.50 per bolt. A'io, Borders of
the ercitest variety, and Window
niinda.'
BLN K BOOKS Ledgers, Journals, Day
Books, and Time Jiooks, an ol every
Ktvlfl.
PERIODICALS Those issued Monthly, and
rn.htrs.
M JkTSIrra Mane of both Hemisnheres and
of the United States; Smill Maps of
each of the Western States, and of
Mexico.
FANCY ARTICLE of difff rent kinds.
M snSUim. Codv Books. Conner Plate.
Fencilf, Gold and Steel Pens, Ink of
all kinds, Inkstands, latere, &c, Csc.
All of wh ch win be sold low. at wnoie
.sale aid Retail at Jormsos's Book Storr
Jones' old stand, Paint St, Chillicothe, Ohio
December 5. J8S3. ly,
Shades A Reynolds, Pl't'lTs In AttachmenU
acainst
.George Ullom, Defendent. ) (Civil Action.)
THE Defendant will take notice, that tne
Tlaintiffs in the above case, On the 24th day
.of July, a. d. 1655 caused an ordet'of At
tachment to be is8ueu oy j. vv. Bwtpsion
Justice of the Peace for blk township, Vtn
ton county. Ohio, against the cowls, chatties,
stocks, interest in tlocks. rights, credits,
.nonets ind effects of said Defendant, an
ahucondinz debtor of said county, to satiufy
,the claim of tlie Flaintiffs' for five dollars
end eighty-six cents and fifteen dollars the
ptobabie costs of suit and that said cause
hat been continued for service on said Defend
nt. ami will be for hearing before said Jus
tice, at his nice in AlcArlhur, to raid town
shin, on 'the- 8th day of September, a.
1855, at lQ-o'plock a. - m. f sid dav, last
orraul. SHADES REYNOLDS.
w?'.5l;,i.Ifii-.'-" '
SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY
RAILROAD.
raj
Ili I - ..J . . -. -
CHANCE OF TIME.
ON and after Friday, 1st of June, IS55,
Trains will run as follows, to wit:
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clock A. M. and arrive at Jarksou at 12
o'clock M. Returning leave Jackson at I J
.o'clock P. M. and arrive at Portsmouth at 5
o'clock P. M.
Tram No. 2 leave Jackson at"l o'clock A.
, or.d arrive at PorUnioulli at 11 o clock A.
. Iietu'rni nil leave Portsmouth at 21 P. M.
and arrive ut Jackson at b' o'clock P. M.
Trains stop ostv for rts.-eiuiers at the fol
lowing stations, to wit: Sciotuville, Webster,
Washington and uama canons, rotuand,
Cros Roads and Irw in's Station.
J. W. WEBB, Superintendent.
June 15, '55.-2c-tf.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. R.
m AEBLCEJ1EMS.
PASSENGERS leaving Columbus al 2:15
a. in., Cincinnati al 6 a. m., or Chilli
cothe alii a. m., arrive at Bjers' (23 miles
east of Chillicothe) at 12:30 p. m.
A Train leaves livers' daily I Sundays ex
cepted) at 1:40 p. m.. by which passengers
arrive at Chillicothe at 3:15 p. in., Cincinnati
at &:0 p. m., or Columbus at 1 1: II p. yn.
Stages to and fioni Athens, Pomeroy, Mc
Anhur, Hanulen, Juckson, Oullipolis, Ac,
connect with the Trains at Byers', end pas
senK'fS''11" nitiko the trip between either of
these places and Cotiimbus, Cincinnati or
Cfiillivolha In a ingl day.
An accommodation Train is run daily
except Sundavs Iron) Chillicothe to Blan
Chester aud buck.
Passengers by this train leave Chillicothe
at 5 a. m., end 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 strive at Chillicothe at 10 p. m.
rare from flyers to Cincinnati 8J,iU
do. do. to GliiWicolhe 70
Thtoueh Tickets It I ween Columbus and
Chillicoihe 3,50, to be had only at Colum
bus and Xenia Railroad Ticket Office al Co
lumbus, and on the cars of Marietta end Cin
cinnati Railroad on leaving Chillicothe.
iii.g. 10 55.tr. JOHN WADDLE.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE,
HV mm ABBAXGEVEXT.
ON AND AFTER iQXl
W M.,.,.1,... ,1.1. is;-
11855, a Daily Line o! Mail
Coaches will run regularly between McAr
thur and Byer's Slut ion; as follows :
Leave McArthur at D o clock, A. M., pas
sing throi'gh llarnden Pi, arrive at Byer's at
VS..
Returning, leave Eyerj' at 5, P.M., pas
sum inrookii lii'iiKii n ( 3, l . m.; arrive ai
MuArtliurato, I. Ri.; connecting wiin the
Marietta & Cincinnati R. R., to aud from
Chillicothe.
A Daily Couch w ill leave McArthur every
morning for .-IbanyTonieroy, Athens, Ilock-
ng Port, I arkert-burg and flliinetta.
June 1st, oo. tt. it. r. liuvr.
II LLOYD A CO.,
Wholksalk boot & shoe Warkhouse
to, i. l wLfjt Elcrk, From Street,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
HAVEiustrect-ived their extensive Full
Slock, consisting of all the latest styles
nd fashions. Our slock having been pur
chased direct from the manufacturers, prin-j
cipally for cash, with great care in the se-
lectiou oi quamy aim sii:cs adopted to tne
Western trade, weareennbled to offer su
perior inducements this Fall, and are deter
mined not to be undersold by any regular
house eillier in New York, Philadelphia or
Baltimore.
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots
and Slices will he found a large and well se
lected stock of
HATS 0L S cArs.
Suitable for the Full and Winter Trade.
Merchants and Furnace Owners visiting our
cily are invited to call and examine for them-
selvcr.
To THK Ladies. We are now manufactur
ing a superior article of In id its' and Misses'
Gaiters' Buskins and Slippers. Having pro
cured some of the best workmor: in the West,
we are prepared to supply those who want
custom work.
Leather. One Thousand lbs, Red Sole
Leathei, 12.00 lbs, No. 1 White Sole Leather,
3C dozen French culf Skins, 25 dozen Craw
ford's Skills, 10 dozen Kip Skins. Upper
leather and Shoe r iodines ulw avs on hand
and lor sale at the lowest market price.
Januiry 5!U. 1 y.
DRUG STORE
GEO. !!. MILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER in
DRUGS, CEJHCALS, PAIMS,
VARNISH, D VES,rURE ESSENTIAL
OILS, INSTRUMENTS, BRUSH
ES OF EVER DESCRIPTION,
ANATOMICAL PREPARA
TIO.S. F ontyArticlts, Drvggixta' Shop Eur
niturt,Gla 11'ar,irin(foi Glass,
Alcohol, cj-c, J-c, dc,
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
T ESPE C T F U L L
A informs his friends
and the public, thai he
now opening a large and
superior stock ot Drugs,
tit., that have been selec
ted with personal care
this inarRet. . . .
Phvsiciass and customers, will ttnd oui
rrtigs of the best quality, all of which we
will sell at tne lowest prices.
..J AM ALSO AGENT
For all kinds of Talent Medicines, English
. Frrnrh fid Gem rn Frils, Til erco. Cigars
and a fine assortment ofSotps, itxtracls ami
Pure Wines. . . Ijune ID, lfcOD. tt.
School Nooks.
MCCLFFEY'S f FRIES CCrVFLEE.
OPELLERS. First. Second. Third Fourth
O and Fifth Readers. TheHcman's Young
Ladies Readers.
Pineo's Primary Grammer,
' Analytical
, " English Teacher,
Rav'a Arethmatic, Parts First. Second and
Third, Ray'e Algebra. Farts First and Second.
McGufTey's Electic Primers.
The Elementary Speller.
Webstei's school Dictionary. .
Mitchpl's Primary Geography.
Mitchel'8 large school Geography, latett
edition.
Copy Books. Slates. Penrels and all kinds
of stationary for schools, for salett
BRATTON'S.
" STRAW CUTTERS.
rtYYANKSE Straw Cutters, from ft?
ZtXj 12 ; received at the Gilt Anvil..
- DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO.-.
July !K. 1653. .' .... . -.; '. n '
' . ,-.'. ... r . ; :
urn sue oi:m
e, A; imm
J
A1
NNOUNCES to the citizens nf Vin
ton county, thai he hag iiibl received a
new stock or Books bud Stationary, cinsisting
in part nt
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from hi 50 to
to.
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Conud in Mcrocco, gilt and ccmn.on bind
"'g.
ferns l.ilcol vv ASII1NGTON,
" " ' Fbakklin.
. " ' Mahiok.
Life of Daniel BooSe,
" " Black Hawk,
Tecuwseach.
Fhasfspeab's works complete.
Byron's "
Life of 1'. T. Barnum.
De Aubicke's History of the Reformation.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Ksowledoe.
Rinaldo P.inaliiina, a Romance.
Hale's History of the United States.
Grimshavv's History of the United States.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale.
MA6CNIC W RKS.
The Craftsman, theLiuhtof the Temple,
and Meloddies for the Craft, containing an
excellent selection ol Hymns and Odes suita
ble forevry occasion,
SONG BOOKS.
The American Songster, PBrlor Songster,
Exile of Erin, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro
Songs, end a variety of other Song Books.
Moral and Instructive story books for chil
dren. riclorial loy Uooks tor clnldren.of every
description. .
BLANK BOOKS.
Justices' Dockets, Legers and Day Books,
hound in leather and half binding, of all sizes.
STATIONARY.
Pest Cap Taper, Blue Post Letter Taper,
Commercial Note Paper. Bill Paper, also Ink,
Quills, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, Inkstands,
Wafers. Writing Sand, and Stationary of
every kind, all of which will be sold at the
lowest fipures, for cash. inay4 '55. tf
WEVVG00)S.
T I HE undersigned desire again to lender
X their thanks to their numerous custom
ers for past favors, and advise them of the
fact, that they are now receiving and open
ing at the Brick corner, a Lara; and Splend
id Stock ol FALL AND WINTER DRY
GOODS, consisting of every variety and
quality, suited to the wants of' their custom
ers aud the community; which they pledge
themselves to sell asfoie as they can be bought
in this or any ol the western markets. They
will not boast, brBg, or banter, but they do
not intend to be txcdlt.d in qanlity and quali
ty of tkeir Goods, neither do they intend to
be undersold.
And while inviting the attention of their
customers to the prospects which are ahead,
they ilea ire to remind thrrn of the fact, that
some of the m are in the arieors thaf'short
settlements make long friends." Thut their
Auction Noles, and long standing account
should now be paid. And in view of the
abundance of the crops, and meens which
areattl.eir command, it is hoped they will
pey up the old scene, or al least teule by
note, and commence anew.
SHADES & REYNOLDS.
sep. 13. '55-tf.
MIT-JR HOUSE
And Stage Ollicc,
MAW STREET,
opposite the post office,
McA LHJR, OHIO,
JOS. EALER,
mmmmmm mtz
I
JASSENGERS who stop at this House,
. can take the Coach every mornine lor
Uiimcoll.P, to Dyer s elation, thence by Kail
Road; ako, every moininc for Athens, and
other points South and East.
The proprietor assures all who favor him
with a call, that no means will be spared to
make them comfortable and at charges to
suit the times. liuly 27,'55.
mS. fall Trade. I8o.
I.. D. SKULL,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY,
GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
AND SHOES. HATS,
CAPS. BuNNETS,
NOTIONS,
xf-c.'cVc.
, TAINT STREET, CHILLICOTHE.
S now prepared to supply Merchants and
Furnace Proprietors, with all articles in
his line at fait prices and npoti reasonable
terms. His stock is new, large, and well as
sorted, and will be sold invariably a.t Cin
cinnati prices. laug. 30 2m.
Legal Notice.
Y
is
BY virtue of an order to me directed from
the Probate Court, within and for the
county of Harrison, and State of Ohio, 1 will
sell at 1 ublic Auction, at the door of the
Court House in McArthur, in the county of
vinton and Mate aloresani, on Wednesday,
inescvciitu tiny ol Novembcr,Is55,
between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m. and 4
o'clock p. m. ol said day, the following lands
and premises, situate in said Vinion county
and State of Ohio, to wit: Being the North
half of the South-East quarter of motion
thirty-one (31), in township number nine
9, or range eighteen I ltJ, ol lands directed
to be sold at Chillicothe, Ohio, containing
eighty acres, except so much thereof as was
sold by William Lakin, deceased, during
his lifetime to one George' Packer, and des
cribed as follows': Being a part off of the
West side uf the North hair of the south east
quarter of section thirty-one 311. in town
ship nine 9J, of range eighteen l8,of.lands
directed to be sold at Chillicothe, Ohio; con
taining fifty-five acres, together with all of
the privileges thereunto belonging.
And also, the follow ing Real Estate, situ
ate in the county end Slate aforesaid, and
described as folfows, to wit: Being the
North half of the south-west quarter of sec
tion number thirty-two 3i4j, in township
number nine 9 of range eighteen 1181 of
lands directed to be sold at Chillicothe, Ohio,
containing eighty acres.
Said lands were appraised at the sum of
$625,00, subject to the Dower Estate of Lewessa
Lakin, widow of William Lakin, dee'd.
Tutus or Sale: One third in band, and
the remainder in two equal annual payments
with interest therrun, to be secured by mort
gage upon said Real Estate.
N. B. The Dower interest of LewessaLa
kin will he sold on same day at private sale.
Terms. Cash.
By Jesse II. McMath.f William L. Packer,
bis Attorney, Adm'r of Estate ol
' (Wm. Lakin, dee'd.
. sept 27th'55-4w.
MOSES RAY'S ESTATE.
to
.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been appointed and quali
fied Idminislratoi of the Estate of Moses
Ray, late of tlie county of Vinton, deceased
; Oct 11th 3w. . Tiabi-bRat.
A. Hi SAMSON,
Attorney at Law,
' CAKIIiLL. J.U1WS ROTY. OHIO.
X7 LL attend to all ! 'ui.ine. tliot may
T he entrusted to him. in Jackson, Vin
ton, Gallia, Law re nie 4c Scioto Counii I.
F11L1T! COOD FRI IT!
"jVfRjfRIGGS will be at McArthur with
X i aWi-Jfl a?ortment ol fruit trt-e. ami Or-
nirrenMi shrubery. w'r.i.-li ve. I nblniiied of
hint personally hi r.-i.sonah'e priufs on the
2h'l , 'Jlh. and i0:h. cl November It-: 5.
And he will alto deliver to Bubfcribcts at
20ct per tree, who may hand their nnrr.er
to the following Aprnts: William Gold,
Vinton furnace. B P. Hewitt, E. at. Braiton.
McHnhur. S.GRIGGS
t. 4 th. 1855. tf.
J. K. A D. WILL
ARE now rcniving and opening the larg
est and best fleeted stock ol
FALL AD V1TE GOODS
ever brought to this market. The senior
partner having spent coiibiderable lime in the
cities ol Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York
and Boston in selecting and purchasing, and
having pait: careful attention to the latest
styles and most improved paterus of all ar
ticles of drtts goods end wearing apparel,
they are confident their stock cannot be sur
passed, either in magnitude or variety of
styles by any in this country. It consists in
part as follows: Ladies' Dress Good3, and
shawls of every vaiiety and style: Cloths.
Cassimeres and Tweeds of oil kinds; Ready
Made Clothing of every description, for men
and boys; acextensive assortment of Hats,
Caps, Boots and Shoes; Hardware, Queens
ware, a very larA stock of Groceries. Wall
and Window Paper, and a complete assort
ment ol .Notions, trimmings, &c. in short
their stock is complete in every department,
and will positively be sold at the lowest pri
ces. I'rodiice of all kinds wanted.
sept. 13 tf.
ON HAND AGAIN,
WITH A FALL AtiD WINTER STOCk Of
BOOTS k SHOES.
f i r. IKALi &lo, are now receiving
KJ thir fall stock of Boots, Shoes, Hals
ind Leather, and they beg leave to invite the
attention ol w nolesalc ami retail dealers to
examine their stock, feeling willing to assure
jou that they can give you goods upon such
terms as will le perfectly satisfactory.
Tlieir stock was mostly ordered of the
manufacturers, and it has been their chief de
sigu to selev-t an assortment of both
STAPLE & FANCY,
bit adanted to the annroachine season. Thev
also keep Custom Work constantly on hand,
and make work to order, upon the shortest
notice together with an assortment of Hats
of varied styles, all ol Which they will sell
allow figures.
Two doors above the Franklin House,
Front street, PORTSMOUTH, O.
sep. 13, '&5 6w
JAMES FURSELL,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEAL
ER IN FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
GOODS, QUEENSWARE, CHINA,
AND GLASS,
No. X En lerpri.e Building., Trent St., Fortimonth
2d August, 1S3). ?d August, 1&5.
M GOODS.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED is now in receipt
X of his I all Slo k of Dry Goods,
iSnBONNKTS, Hats. Caps. &c, to which
AffJIie IiiviIps the epec wl ailarition of mer
chants and furnace owners, with tlie assu
rance tliat the Goods will be sold as low as
they can be had from the New York and
Philadelphia jobbers, and at such prices as
will save the expenses on purchases made in
Cincinnati or Pittsburgh.
Late purchases aud importations of Glass
and Qiieensware make my stock very large
and complete, ail of which is offeied at the
lowest rates and on literal terms.
It is the true interest of merchants and
deal' rs to buy 6300 per month near home in
preit-n nie to &3.UU0 semi-annually at a dis-
lant i iunt, thus keei'inn their stocks lresh,
aud distributing their bills payable in a shape
the more easily paid.
JAS. FURSELL.
Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 22, I M l.
J.K.O. WILL,
VMIUI KSALE AKU BETAIL LEAI.EK IN
DEI-GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE,
ready-made clothing,
uats, i'al's, bouts, shoes, produce,
Ac, Ac, Ac, J
Main Street, McArthur, Ohio.
CHAS, A. M. DA MARIN. LEWIS C. DA MAD IN.
CKAS, A, M. DAMAR1N & CO.
WHOLESALE UIIOCEUS
AND DEALERS 1 .N PRODUCE.
No. 55, Front Stbeet,
PORTSMOUTH, OUIO.'S
January 20. 1854. ly.
LIST OF LETTEHS
REMAINING in the Post Ollice, Oct. 1st,
1855 : ,
Austin A C fflcCla'mTA
Barrett William . Milrcr John
Couner William Aorgan Benjamin
Calentine Margxret Morrison Joseph
Coronet of Viulun co.ITIclrtliurstowu, 0.
Davis J M
- O'Brien John
Dutmdway P 3
Evans James M
Gray M M
O'Sulivan Patrick
Plumley Dr A
.ruoi-. r
i'iniiey Ezra
Page A L
Ryan Michel or James
Quinn & Son
Republican tf
Swift 11 A
Sharp Robert
Seatou Win
Bigler W m
Shoes F
Thompson John
W alter Joseph S
VVestfall, Stewart Ik Co
Wolf Joseph
Wilson Mosses
Whittemore J R
Whaley Timothy
. CALDWELL. P. M.
Hulbert W H
Hubbard James 0 K
Ireland Miss Mary
Isimiimer Solomon
Junk Rudolph
Johnston Elizabeth
Kofl'er Eli
Karl Andrew
Lubey George 2
Lucas i nomas
Love John
Leonard James
Myer Abigal
Morau Martin
McGraph M E
Ma gee Elizabeth
Aiuliooney Uweu I
J. W
Oct. H'55 3w.
EXECUTOR'S SALE.
iTOTICL' is liereby give n , that Ihe personal
1 property, belonging to the Estate of Rob
ert Bay, laie ol the county of Vinton, de
ceased, ci Hoisting of Horses, Cattle, Sheep,
Hogs, Wheat, Corn, iay,OaU, aud Farming
Utensils, will be sold at public vendue,
the late .-eerrfence of the said Robert Bay,
on the 25th day of October, a. d. IbaS; com
mtneing at 9 o'clock, a. m. of said day.
1EIIMS OF SALE:
All s'ms of three dollars, and under, Cash
in hand; and" Oil all sums over three dellars,
a credit of nine months will be given, pro
vided notes and approved security are given
prior to removing the property
THOMAS M. BAY,
' . Executor of tlie Will or Robeit Bay.
. Oct, Hth, 18o-8wi - 1 ; v.
at
FAMILY MDICIXES!
i E. A. BRATT0&
IIUAJN STREET, McARTHUR, U.
KEEP constantly on hand Ihe following
Gi-uuiiie and Popular Medicines:
PILLS.
Sellers Liver fills. Drv I-eeV PfTtf.
. WORM. MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Junes ti McL's do.
COUCH SYHUP.
Se'lcr's Imp'l C. S.. Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup
l.jon'a N. tt B., Jones' N. B. Liniment
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Relicldo,
FOR THE I1A1R.
Lyon's Katl.airon, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure.) Eau l Cologne.
Castoi Oil, Sweet Oil.
British Oil, Oil of Spike.
Harlem Oil, Medicamenium.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial. Batesmau's Dioim.
Sloan's Conditiou Powder; and Essences ol
all kinds. All of the altove Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
April 6, 18&5. if
CLliE k GAHIhMH,
DRUGGISTS,
-I l..-'.
cl.
WILKESVILLE, OHIO,
KEEP constantly on hand the Mowing
genuine and popular famify rne.dicines.
PILI5. Sellers Liver Pills. McLaine'a
Liver Pills, Ayer's Pills.
COUGH REMEDIES. Seller's Imperial
Cough Syrup, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Seller's
Hive bvrup, teller s Svrup Ol squills.
WORM MEDIClNfcS.-Seller a Vermifuge,
McLai ne's Vermifuge.
LllNlMKNTa. it. G. Farrel's Indian Lin
iment, Gardner's Volatile Liniment, Radway's
Keady Relief, Pain Curcr, Liquid Opidildoe.
HAIK TONICS. Lyou's Kathairon.O, 8.
Gevlords.
Also: Alarce and well selected stock of
urues, Aiedicines.Oils, raintsand tiye-slutts;
all for sale at the lowest prices.
uct. 27tn, IBM. ly.
MOTS s SHOES.
TUST received the largest and best selection
J of Boots end Shoes ever opened in this
market, consisting or
Gents. Enameled B roc an 9,
Calf
" Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" Morrocco Slipers,
" French Celf Boots,
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots,
." Goat " "
" Sewed "
" Laced Gaiters,
Patent Leather "
Enameled Jenney Lind'a,
Patent Sea Busknw,
" Fancy Enameled "
.. plipriers.
Child rena'Ki
Lift Laced Boots,
" Fancy "
" Koan
" Kid Peg
" Enameled "
Gout "
" Fancy "
r
Misses Kid Slippers,
" Fancy Laced BooL,
Together with eve:y variety Jof Boots and
Shoe, of Mens'. Womena' and children'
wear, at the lowest prices, at
deIvIvTing. CAinPiTi'fLl7drio.,
Imiiortrn and Wholrsair nnd Rchiil Dialers in
Hardware-, &ndllcry, Iron, Vlass,
Ac, Ac.
WOULD respectfully informtheir friends
and the public that they have al length
not into their splendid new room, and have
fitted it up expressly lor the Hardware trade, (in
the burnt district) under the tign of the GILT
ANVIL, East side of Paint, between Water
and 2d sts, wheie tliey are opening, in addi
tion to part of their lormer stock, a (urge and
desirable stock of Amrrican, German and
English Hardware, Saddlery, Iron and Glass,
together with all articles usually kept in Hard
ware stores, aud invite all to call and take a
look t their new room arid examine tlieir
lock.
They have continued a stock of Goods at
their OLD STArvD, sitm of the Mill Saw, on
Tagert's square, (under the immediate caieol
one ol the linn) where they have been soid-
erally patronized the pest year, for which the.(
take this opportunity of returning their sin
cere thanks, and solicit a continuance or the
same for both establishments, promising to
keep as good Uooils and sell as low as any m
tins market.
May 10, 1S53.-ti491t
CHAS. A. M. DAM AKIN & Co
RECEIVED direct from Nrw Orleans,
575 hhds fair to prime N. 0. Sugar;
20 " clarified do. '
169 bla loaf, crushed & pulverized sugar:
54 bxs w hite Uovana, lor candy and syr
ops;
2337 bis N. 0. Molases;
75 do "St. James" choice sugar If , nio-
lass;S
100 do Common sugar II. rholasse.
10 do Golden syrup;
55 Tes- Rice
300 bees Rio and Java coffee:
Which, together with a full and 'completed
stock lot.
Woodw ae Budiete, tub.sfne WTLStitJoanls,
Ffcits & Nuts Figs, TMins' almonds pe
cans. tj. vvainius, nioerig-.urazii nut;
Spicks 'Ground and unground Pepper;
alsnices; cinnamon; cloves; aincer; nutmegs:
Msrimackerai; dried nernng, counsh; sar-.
dines:
Teas A larce atock of fresh imperial; Y,
IIvtou: runpowderand black tea:
Tobacco Fives; eights and pound plug of
go'od Virginia, ilissouri and Kentucky brands;
4.1 ..J.. A It'. ..J nil,.. 1 .
ttieu, ucoc f Alius uu vuici gvvu . viaiuig
of 6 twist tobacco:
DvE-sifcrrs Indico; 'copperas madder and
alum:
Suhdriet Soap; candlea , starch, chocolate;
saleeratus; super carbonate of soda; epsom
salt; lead; shot; warpping paper: Sc., etc.
W e will set at the regular Cincinnatli
wholesale prices:
U. A. UAAJAKirt Ac Co
rortsmeuth, April 1 1, 1654.
Steam Ctiliiiicl Factory.
Ja It. WAIT,
COBHEk OF jEFFEBrtJH AKO SECOND SlKtlTS,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
ALLS the attention of the citizens
Vinton ud adjoining counties to hia su
uciivi oivt-a vi rs -IJUL aw
which he offers at wholesale or retail on reas
onable terms. Gite him a call.
Orders attended to promptly.
March 24,1854. ly . ;
ATTENTION, EVERYLODY.
4C ratsrer
lb. rt id for P oe, sndctr
rciu&l! till at liAiics
. - l - -
NOTICE.
DISSOLUTION OF. l'AKTNEIN
b in p. -
1MAVE this d.ry soi l to Westfall.StewaU;
. f- Co. my cntiie interest iu the , Cincia.'.'
nali Furnace Company, and am therefore so '
longer a partner therein. . . .
Cincinnati Fchace, June Jl, 1855.
ju!jC0il . ;oNROBBJNS.
no. ii. i-nc-Nix. t. at. Arovc, ko, icock.
BAECQCU&CO.
mm guocebs & . .
Ccn.Diissicn Mcrciiants.
Ko. C; k 07 Wnttr JlfCtt, NEW 70RKi
1-ebuary 17, '& I.
C. P. TRACT.
r. i. OAKLj.
C, P. TRACY & CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale
11XALF8 I
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
Our thiol Icluw P. Kinney fc I'o'i Sauk,
I nut Strett, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 27, 1655.
IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.
100,000LiS'S.,,"llu"-
5000 Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
OOO Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nails.
300O Lbs. iu&ie, ionn-1 and octagon
Steel. Just received a( the Gilt Anvil.
DF.NNJNG, CAMPBELL CO.
July 20, 1&3.
g DR. DU N LAP,
Or OlUcr, McArthur House.
McARTHUR, OHIO.
Feb. lfi. IS.05.-lv.
I!rdvr(s
LIPPENCOTT'S Axes, warranted 30 days
or the money refunded. Hatchets war.'
ranted. Tilletson's Ilamkaws warranted
Dcor Lot lis, Thumb Latches, Butts, Screws
Augers, smoothing Irons, Curry Cornea
Horse Brushes, Files, Rasrs. in shot every
thing iu the Hardware line, at
UKAnO.VS.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Benjamin A lieu, lTtff, i
against . (Civil Action.) ,
John Shuts, Deft. S
rpilE Defendant will take notice that the.
X Plaintiff in the above case, on the I 111
day of September, 1805, caused an Order of
AltQ'.hment to be issued by Nathan Steel, a
Justice of the Fmce for A'wan township,
Vinton county, Ohio, against tlie goods,
jlmttles, stocks, riht.s, credits, moneys, and
i-ffccta of said Defendant, a uon-reside,ut
debtor of said Vinton county, to satisfy the
claim of the Plaintiff for Filty Dollars and
costs of suit, and that Said cause has been
continued for service on said Defendant, ami
will be for hearing before said Justice at his
ollice iu said tow nship, on the 27th day of
October, 1655, at 2 o'clock p. i.
BFNJAM1N ALLEK.
Sept. 20 3vv
"17h;hoIMes7
(Successor to Smith and Holmes.)
MA NUFACTUR ChS OF
JTIu, Micet Iron, aid Icpptr Warts,
AUSO DEA1.F.18, WHOLESALE RETAIL, Ijtj
btnvesi, (jrratrt. at Jlolioto Ware
MARIiET STREET, EAaT SIDE.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
April 1554. Jy.
G.WiANOERSON,
FOnWAE'DlXli AND CUMISSION JIERCJIAW, '
CEXTER WHEELING WHARVES
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Has laTcc and extensive Ware Houses, an
is prepared with every facility, to attend t
all business, entiusted to his core, properly
He forwards frviiiht by Car loads orothenvis
September 0.1953. ly
JAMES McCONNEL'S ESTATE.
IOTlCE.is hereby given, that the under
ll signed hasjbeen appointed and qualified
Executor of the last Will and Testament of
James McCotmcl, late of the county of Vin
ton, deceased. PA 'I RICK MURDOCH, i
sepl.13 3w
ol
Ilukcyc IHock,
No. 1, Front Street.
DISSOLUTION,
fIHE co-partneiship heretofore existing
X 'leUvecn the suWcribers, under the firm
uf Oakts & Buskirk, was this day dissolved
by mutual consent. F. J. Oukes having sold
his entire interval to Messrs. George & Clias.
H. Davis, all claims w ill 'tie 6ettlcd,and debts
collected by Buskirk fii Davis, our successors.
F. J. OAKES,
A. W. BUSKIRK.
A. vr. lUtKiFK, oi:o. nAvis, chas. ii. IdaVis.
IIISKIWa & DAVIS,
(Successor of Oakes & Buskirk.)
YIIOLEi3ALE GliOCEHS,.
IFF.ODUCE DEALER3,
luckfye Dtotk, Frout Strret,
PORTSMOUTH. O.'
January 19, 1854r-tr.' .
W, M. Starr. '. .(J. D. Tevkkbukt
WESLEY STARR ECNsT"
CT.NER L COMMISSION JIERCnASTS
Forth. Sit. of Wrttlii Pri!nc
LEAF TOBACCO FLOCH. PROVISIONS. e.
Nos. 85&fa7S. CHARLES STREET. '
Between Pratt and Camden streets. near the
Tobacco Inspection Warehouses,
BALTIMORE.
Liberal advances made ertconiignmtnts
N. B. We have recently removed to our
ew and extensive Warehouses, linen South
Charles Street, where we riate the advantage
ot a Rail Roed track of our own, (connecting
our House with the B. & O. Railway.) aud
are thus enabled to receive all our consign
ments, when sent in car loads, free of Dray-
t , - - I - -1 r i . r
age. c nnrr, aiso, eyey lacilliy lor ine re
ceipt and sale ot Tobacco, Flour, Provisions,
and' Western Pidduce, generslly. ...
v e send a correctstatemeut ot Uie Markets
monthly, to oar friends, or ofiener if desired
June 10 51 lyr. , ., . , ,
ISAAC MORRISON'S ESTATE.
NOTICE thereby given, that Lemuel S.i
Payne, EiecinorW ai !st Will and
Teslameutol Isaac Morrison, late oT
couDtr, deceiscd, haa filed in the Probata
Court of eaid county hia accounts and vouch
ers for insrectiou aud final settlement, ami
that said accounts will be passed - upon by
eaid Court on the22d day of October, 1965.
. ; . ;B. P. HEWITT, PjO. hx&t V. CJ
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