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L A. BRATTOfi.
FKP efmstanlly on liaml the follwuie
Centime end Popular Medicines:
' ' TILLS,
tclk-t'g Liver Tills,' Dr. Lee's Tills.
Wli-rlsVermifnc. Prs. Junes McL's do.
. , COUGH SYRUP.
tun 5 Inii.'l C, S.. Dr. Jours' Couth Syruu
LLSHlEXTS.i 1 V
1 you'd N. & B., Jones' N. TJ. Liniment
Sloan. Ointment, Sloan's Inst, Relitl do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lydii't Kathaiion, Veritable lluii Oil,
tirs Oil, (pute.) Kau De Colon.-.
Cestui Oil, " SneetOil.
British Oil, Oil if Spike,
Alto, Godfrey'- Cordial. BateMncn's Drops.
Slonn's Condiiiou Powder; sud Esi-tnce ol
nil kinds. Alt of the above Medicines we
meived direct from the proprietors, ami war
ranted to be genuine.
Arril 6, 1855. tf
; clijXk a oaudaeh,
WILKES V1LLE, OHIO,
KEEP constantly on hand the Mowing
Renuine and popular fHinily medicines.
TlLl-S.-Sellers Liver Tills, McLuine's
Liver Tills, Ayer's Tills.
COIGH REMEDIES.-Sellet's Imnerial
Cough Syirp, Ayer's Cherry Tectorul, Sellet's
mveavriip, teller s avrup ol fcqoills..
WORM MED1CINESP-Eellci Vermifuge
LINIMENTS. H. G. Fare's Indian Lin
imeut, Gardner's Volatile Liniment. Hallway's
Jtciifty ieiiel. l ain direr, Liquid Onldildoc.
1I1IU I'OVIPS . I i." .1 i o
.11 ilk lviuw,-liUII9 ruunuiiuu, ur,
Also: A large and well selected slock of
uivp, Medicines. Oils, Taints and Dye-stuffs
all for sale at the lowest prices.
'Oct. 27th, 1654. lr.
HOOTS 1 SHOES.
TUST received the largest and best selection
i of Boots and Slices ever opened in this
market, consisting of
Gents. Enameled Brogans,
" Pitttoned Congress Gaiters,
" Morrocco Sliprs,
French Clf Boots,
I sdies Enameled Lace Boots,
' Goat "
" Pewcd " "
" Tateut Leather -"
Enoineled Jenney LintTs,
Tatent Sea Buskiin,
" Fancy Enameled
( hildrens' Kid Laced Boots,
" Fancy "
" Bonn "
Kid Peg "
" Enameled M "
Goat " "
Fancy " "
Mit-es Kid Slippers,
" F'ancy Laced Boots,
Trycther with evetr variety "of Boots end
&!joe, of Mens', SVoment' and cliildreas'
vear, at the lowest juices, at
LLiM1i1, CAIHI'UELl. & Co.,
Imporlrti and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
llurdworc, Snddlery, Iron, Cilass,
WOULD respectfully informtheir friends
and the public that they have atleneth
cot into their splendid new room, and have
fitted it upexpres8ly for the Hardware trade. (in
the burnt district) under the s'mn of the GILT
ANVIL, East side of Taint, betw een YVa'.er
and 2d sts, whete they are openine, in addi
tion to part of their former stock, a lare and
desirable stock of American, German and
English Hardware. Saddlery, Iron and Glass
together w ilh all articles usually kept in Hard
ware stores, and invite all to call and take a
look at their new room and examine their
They have continued a stock of Goods at
their OLD STAND, sign of the Mill Saw, on
Tagert's square, (under the immediate caieol
one of the firm) where they have been 60 ib
erally patronized the pest year, for which the.(
take this opportunity of returning their sin
cere thanks, and solicit a continuance of the
ome for both establishments, promising to
Ktcp as goon uooiis anil sell as low us any in
CHAS. A. M. DAMAKIN & Co
RECEIVED direct from Nv Orleans,
575 hhds fair to prime N. 0. Sugar;
20 " clarified do.
1C9 bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugar:
ii bxs white Havana, for candy and syr
2337 bls.N. 0. Molan-s;
75 do "St. James" choice sugar H, mo
lasse;s 100 do Common sugar II. molasses.
J JO do Golden syrup:
65 Tes- Rice;
SOO Lags Rio and Java coffee;
Which, together w ith a full and completed
Woodwabe Buckets, tub.zine washboards,
Ffit'lTX At j;t VigM. m&ina' alnuuwla p.
cans, E. Walnuts, filberU; Brazil nuts; ficc.
Spices 'Ground and unerotiixl Ppn,..
alspices; cinnamon: cloves; ginger; nutmegs
Fish mackeraL; dried herring, codfish; sar
dines: Teas A large atock of fresh imperial-Y:
II) sou; gunpowder and black tea: '
Tobacco Fives; eights and pound plug of
good Virginia, Missouri and Kentucky brands
also,Gedge 4-Bro'a and other good brands
. 01 b twist tobacco:
DtE-BTtJTS IudieO: connemsmnrl.lor.nJ
. SusrmiET Soap; candle, starch, chocolate;
falaratus; super carbonaeof soila; epsom
salt; lead; shot: warppine paper: &c. &e
We win Ml ,t the regular Cinclimatti
n iiuiesuie prices:
. C. A. ..DAJARlN&Co.
, Tortsmnuth, April 1 1, 1&54.
Steam OiLinel Fttclorr.
I II If aim
j. u, n a j j ,
CoitsEB or jEfriRsoir ako Secoj:d Street
1ALLS the attention of the citizens of
in'OB and adjoining counties to his su
perior stock of
ABJiETEW A RE,
w hich he oilers at w holesale or retail on reas
jmablaMerms. Give him a call.
Orders a I tended to promptly.
t .March. 84, 1854. fy ,
A CcBU rer lb. raid lor Rag, tn ri
f . pi ImU enoiighlC It J JSak t tos'i, i
-n-i5i.-'-iirk - wtt
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
1HAVK Ibis day t(,ld to Wistfull. Stewart
J- Co. tr.y entire inteies I in ti e tJJnt i.i
ratl Feint ct- Cc-uipniv, uud em ileiofoie no
li ii.er a phitnc therein",
CiKtLNN.vii 1'Yi;n.ui June U. ISA
julti.U4w JOM.N LCLBiNS.
no. ti. rnr.Mx. t. !. I'ArrokX, .'t-o. wuwk.
wimm jiiiOMiS &
Xo. wl CI Wntfr Mrcil, NEW 'Gl'.K.
l buary 17. &4. ly.
C. V. TRACY.-
I. j. OAKl-S.
, F, TRACY & CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholtiah
LOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
tji:c titer Ltluw P. kin my i lo's L'unk,
l rout strttt, roiriajiUi Th, o.
April 27, 1655. ly.
IKON, NAILS AND STEEL.
5000 Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
SOO Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nails.
3000 Lbs. square, round and octagon
Steel. Just received at Ifie Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAAirjJJaLflc CO.
July 29, lb&3.
COt it tin v, McArihnrlloute.
Mc A Mil UK, OHIO.
Feb. 16 ly.
LirrENCOTTS Axes wairuiited 10 day
or the money relum'ed. lUiil.eiswar
rdtited. Tilletsous Hauihaws wairtmn-d.
Door Lacks. Thumb Latc-es. Bulls, hcrews,
Augers, Smoothing Irons, Curry Com tie,
Ilorte Trushes, Files, Rasps, iu chol eiery
thing iu the Hardware line, at
BgBinst (Civil Action.)
John Shuts. Deft. )
f MIE Defendant will take notice that the
-L Tin in I ill' iu the above cafe, on the lih
day of September, 1855, caused an Order of
Atta'.liirienl to be issued by Nathan Steel, a
Justice of the Teace for Swan township,
Vinton county, Ohio, against the goods,
chatties. stocks, riht?, credits, moneys, and
effects of said Defendant, a non-resident
debtor of said Vinton county, to satisfy the
cluim of the Tluintifl for Fifty Dollars and
costs of suit, and that said cause lias been
continued for service on said Defendant, and
will Le for hearing before said Justice at his
office in said township, on the i7lh day of
ucicuer. jcao, oi ' o ctock p. m.
Sept. 20 3w
(Successor to Smith and Holmes.)
JTiu, Sheet Iron, mid Copper Wares,
ALSO PEA1.US, WHOLESALE BtTAIL, IN
Stoves, Grata. & JIoHow Ware,
MARKET STREET. EAST SIDE.
April 1 1554. Jr.
FOWifiDC m tOMMISSlON BEECH ANT,
CEKTEH HEELING UUAKYES
WHEELING, VA.. & ERlDGEfORT,
Has larte and extensive Ware II on -eg. and
is prepared with every facility, to attend to
all business, entrusted to his care, properly
lie forwards freight by Car loads or olherwUu
September S.IBD3. It
JAMES McCONNEL'S ESTATE.
fVTOTlCE is hereby given, that the under
J 1 signed hasibeen appointed and qualified
Executor of the last Will and Testament of
James McConnel, late of the county of Vin
ton, deceased. I'ATKJCh. MURDOCH
sept. 1 3-3 w
No. 1, Front StreeU
"HE to-partneiship heretofore existing
Jl eUveen the subscribers, under the firm
of UaKts & Jjuskirk, was this day dissolved
Dy iniunai content, f . J. Cakes having sold
his eutiie inteiesl to Messrs. George & C'has.
11. Lavis, all claims will be settled.end debts
collected by Buskirk & Davis, our successors.
F. J. OjKES,
to A. W. BUSKIRK.
A. W. El'tKIBK, CEO. DAVIS, CHAS. II. DAVIS.
IIISKIIIK A DAVIS,
(Surressorof Oakeg & Buskirk.)
llutktye tlork, haul street.
jBPiiry i, itufl,,-!!.
M. Starr. G. D.Tewksbcry
A ELEY ETAFR Sl tCKS.
C ES EE I C 0 31 91 1 S S 1 ON MEFt'IlMTS
rertn Sale ofwutern Froi net
LEAT TOBACCO TtCUP, FBOVIEICM3, be.
Nos. 85&87S. CHARLES STREET.
Between Pratt and Camden streets. near the
Tobacco Inspection Warehouses,
Liberal advances made on tonoignmenta
N. B. We have reiently removed to our
new and extensive Warehouses.' nmn Soml
Charles Street, wfiee we haie the advantage
ol a Kail Komi track of our own, (connectiiin
... Ll .L- T r. ., -I . V
uui i.tiiiT vim me o. a u. i.anway.y and
oic iiiur rnauieu w recewe on our consigu
ments. when sent in car lotdi, free of Dray
age. We haie, also, evey laciUtv fiw ih-
ceipt ami sale of Tobaetxi, Fhnir, Trovisions,
mi iesiern rtouuee. generally.
We tend a correct sutement of the Markets
nioutiily. to our friends, or ufteuer if desired.
Road Tax 1855.
riHE rate of Taxation lor Read purposes.
J. in Vinton county, for the year ltDO, is
the rate of Ten Cents on each Hundred
Dollars valuation of taxable i lonertv. which
mar bedischarted by labor on the Road, un
der the duection ol toe bujervtsors of the
several Districts, at the idle of one dolhu
day. JOSEPH MAG EE, "
eng. 17 i
AWhKT Y, V, V,
GIFTS FOR ItTOIE!
CAPITAL CITY AIIT-VXION,
BRUNEI L & CO'S .SECOND GREAT
C I FT DlfTRIUUTIUir.
I te proprinors ,.., t-w V r, r ,
ai.m.iitifing to die citizens -of the I num.
that in riwiiq ue lice of the
fuel ion nmv.ir-estrd hy
trs tif their first jreot Distribution, and
the fiixii) thousand solicitations from all
pans of the eounlri, in relation to
w fether (hey inleiiiled getting up anoth
er Distribution of Gifts for the people,
they have, an immense outlay, been (ii
ab'eil to offer to their thousands nf pat
ions the following valuable, inngnifi
rent, and nnpieceileuied TR1I.LIANT
SCHEME, to be distributed as loon as
the 300 000 Beautiful Engraving ol the
Capitol el Ohio are distributed among
their Patrenn. The price ol the Engr
vins is but One Dollar, and as l parlor
ornament it cannot be surpassei'.
Read attentively the following list of
beautiful and costly gifts, which will
be satisfactorily distributed by a rom
mittee of ten, selected one Mm each
State where the largest numbe of sub
scribers ire obtained:
1 Farm in the State of Indiana 8 10.000
1 do in Ohio 8.000
1 do do f. 6.000
2 Four sinry Crick Duelling tnul
Lot, in Coliiiiil'S. Ohio fi f00
I do do d do... ('..SOU
1 Beautiful lesidence the
town of Mt. Vernon 5.500
ITwo-Siory Briik Building in
I Brici Cottage and lot iu Col-
I do do do 3,000
1 Frame do do do 2,500
1 !a nilsrine country lesiilenre in
Necc Te.rv louiiM, Ohio.. 1,500
4 S fiif'i'l buihliii)! Ion iu Col-
oinhi.s, at (2.000 8,000
10 do do do (1.500 15 000
4 do d.i Cleveland 6,000
1 Grand Action Piano (duiker-
1 Gold Watch, set with Dia.
5 Gold Watches, at 6500 est h 2,506
10 Rosewood Pianos, at &500--5.000
10 do do at 400 .-4.000
10 do do at 300 3.000
50 Gold Watches,at $150 7,500
100 do at 100 10.000
100 do at 75 7,500
100 do at 40 4.000
SOO Siver do at 20 6,000
500 do do at 15 7,500
lOOOLadie's Gold Breast Tins
at 4 4.000
200 do Brocha shawls at 825 5,000
500 do Silk Dress Patterns, 1
at 20 10.000
5000 Gold Tencils, at 63 15,000
10000 Gold Tens, with Silver
Cases, at 12 20.000
20000 Gold riugs.at 61,50 each 30,000
12064 do at 1,00 each 12.084
Every purchaser of the splendid large
Lithographic Engraving, will receive a
Certificate of- Membership entitling
them to a chance in the above list of
valuable and costly Gifts for the Teo-
pie. Ihe Engravings can be sent by
mail (without being damaged,) to any
part of the country.
ILT FIBST tf JIK Hl:fT flJVKD,
Persons wishing to act as Agents for
us will pleaseeend a recommendation
signded by the Postmaster or some other
influential and well known person in
the place where they reside.
To tiiose petsonswho have been act"'
ing as Agents for us in our foimer Dis
tribution, thia is not required.
All orders with the money enclosed,
free of postage, will meet with prompt
In order to prevent mistakes, agents
and others transmitting money to us
will please have it sealed in the pres
erne of the Tostmaster, and the amount
entered on the way bill.
We prepay all our letters, circulars
(Jc, to our agents and correspondents
and expect them to do the same with
Agents wanled in every town, whom
we will luinifh ninh posters, circulars
schelules, instructions, &c, on appl
cation at our office, or by mail post paid
ror luriher particulars see the desirip
five bills, &c, or enquire dt the office
No. 2, Yalcuti'8 Block, Town Sueel
BRUNELL & CO,
Aits!iinljii Inicn Insw-
Office in House's Block, toriifr Superior St.
and lublie quure,
f I 'HIS well know n Home Company is pre
- Jl pared, as usual, to take, risks on the sa
f. . ..!... . . . . ... .
ample, and their rates are as reasonable as
i.ar.-ro v, rroteriv. llieir n.pxna r
tnose ol any sound Company.
trr NO SPECIAL HAZARDOUS OR
STEAM RISKS TAK.EN.Qj
D. B. Dunham, Fresident,
Ueo. Rlygatt, Vice President and
O. N. Skeels, Secretary,
Geo. B. Senter, General Agent.
George Mygait, Cleveland,
F. T. Backus, do.
A. S. Samlfnrd, do.
Jacob Perkins. do.
Benjamin Nortbrup, do.
Geo. B. Senter, do.
O. N. Skeels, do.
D. B. Dunham, do.
C. W. Cook, do. '
Timothy Baker, Norwalk.
John Clark, Brunsw ick.
; . J. P. Robinson, Bedford.
, W . M. J'oweil. Cleveland, (West side.)
'. E. F. BINGHAM, Aoeat.
jtilygQ 05 0m McArihur. Ohio.
ISAAC MORRISON'S ESTATE.
TVJ is hereby given, that Lemuel S.
J- rayne. executor of the ast Will and
leslament of Isaac Morrison, late of Vinlnn
county, deceased, has filed in the Probate
Court of taid county his accounts and vouch.
ers for inspet-tiou and final fettlement, and
Uiat said accounts w ill be posted upon by
f id Court on the 221 rfai r nnn. ii
. r. iii,YYri, fro, Judge V, C. -1
1655. NEW STOCK OF 1S05.
I have just received mv Sprlti" Stoc.
rpmi'nina a great variety of FANCY
and STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and
uf(i Uxlui , ,.. !ief(ire h
' . .,,v. ;,, ,, . ,
plete a scr i inent. and at prices t ha t w i
compare with anv Establishment of the
kind in 'his section of the countrx.
The following art cleg comprise a purl
of my e tensive assortment:
150 prl. pins.
200,000 pert-tissirn raps.
C00 dozen spool roltun.
50 gross bullous.
50 doze n .- iipnders,
150 II' j-1. 1' i ii rot ion.
12 lb si-'i in silk,
5 lb in iM i-iU.
500 cms Looks and ejee,
30 do?en r. zor strop.
3C0 dozen combs, all kimls,-
50 recni eap. letter and note paper,
20 000 emelopes.
300 i!n?en tpee,
1 30 dovi'ii so M.
40.000 I: mi hook...
25 grn lish iire.
20 fi r i 1 1-. i it peuctic-.
1 00 lillllil ii-p Wilier?.
'10 I'Ol'll kllilli.
30 'Icen srih-'or.s.
I 0 lu- I'lHII'S.
20 jsross jew I1.1 s.
3 gn ! ! "i l I, nr p: . m
30 dozen -liiie.
oOOO si. ; em iU,
30 gros il:iii,hle.
00 dozen porte mutinies.
00 lb patent thread.
2 tt ne I i h ii charms and rings.
Ladies' work boxes and re'icules.
Fine hair brushes and combs.
Gulta pcrcha, pulTaud long combs.
S, S S and S S S fine combs,
tkirt ar.d dress whalebone,
i'orset and shoe laces,
lilet'.oes, elastics and sleeie bands,
eeth and nail brushes,
leel pens and holders.
Linen 6t cotton, floss & crochet cotton
Zephyr worsted and needles.
Gold Cuger and .ear rings.
Gold, plated and common jewelry; and
other articles too numerous to particu
CIGARS AXD TOBACCO'.
Dealers and others purchasing Cigar
will find the Urgest Slock in the City,
varying from 65 to 630 per M. As all
the fine cigars are manufactured on the
piemisrs, purchasers of fine cigars may
depend upon getting the quality of ci
gar I he y pay tor, as satisfaction is guar
anteed in all casts. Also on hand,
Cavendish and Fine Cut Chew ing To
bacco, Pipes, (J'c, at the Cheap Notion
Store next to the Valley Dank, Second
Street. R. DAVISON.
Chillicotiie, O.. March 2, 1855.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TZACHERS.
HE Board of School Examiners, of
Vinton ounty, will hold their re-
Kuh.r mee'iiys for me exa m i rm t ion oi
canilidaiesun the FIRST SATURDAY of
each month, at the school room of O. T.
Gunning in McAr'.hur, comment ing at
IU o'clock A. M. At even examination,
a certificate of good moral cha racter. re
cently signed by at leas' two responsi
ble persons, will be.requirer of each can
didate, and the - Examiners would espe
cially guard individuals against recom
mending any person who is in the habit
of using profane language or indulging
iu intoxicating drink, or in any oiliei
social vice., or immorality.
O. T. GUNNING.
C'crk Board School Examiners, V. Co.
Feb. i, 1855 ly.
fl'MlE subscriber having leased tlie above
X lloui-e.r, formerly the Uuiied States Ho
tel.) and having made a complete renovation
puhre-furnished the house wiih new Furnituie
throughout, reswtively invites the traveling
public to give him e cull,
Will ahvaiscoiiiHiii the best that the market
a flonls, and no means will be spared to make
all romforlable JOHN ROW.
fn .it ii ifr-4 .
lo 'lliL LU1 AMJ MM 1R.1DL!
R. BELL & GO.
Il'l.. 1 1 , . I .. , T I
ii uoiesaie jviauuiuciurers ana ueaiers in
BOOTS. SHOES, HATS. CArS,
LEA1 HER, SHOE FINDINGS. (Jc,
No. 6, Enterprise Block, Front St.
HAVE the pleasure of announcing to the
trade in general, that they are now fill
ing their large shoe warehouse, with a more
abundant slock than ever, diiecl from the
hands of the best manufacturers East, and
theii own workshops at home: consisiim of a
great variety of the best class of goods euited
10 Hie wants ol tnis country lor the Fall Trade,
All dealers at W HOLESALEare earnestlv in
vited to call before purchasing, and examine
fur themselves their extensive stock now on
hand, and still coming in, as they feel assurer
of their ability to please in quality and price,
ineir iuri:eiy increased trai e allon Is one ev
idence oflfie favor with winch their manner
of doing business has been received, and while
thev testify to the lilwralitv nf il.plr no t rrtne
miu inriuiH, iney reneraie Hie assurance that
they will spare no pains to render entire sat
isfaction. Their slock is large, manufactured
mostly in their own shops, ana by contract
to their order. Their facilities for doing a
larte business are abundantly ample. They
sen oniv ai wnoiesaie. nave out onk pkice.
and will warrant all their goods as they rep
resent them. An examination of their coin!
mm (lines, js iraiiei umiy souciea.
....I : .r..n.. ..it . i
September 22, 1654. 3mo.
CL0. SUIiLIiLlIN AC0.,
AGENTS FCR THE SALE OF
Virginia & Kentucky Manufactured
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. '
No. 1, Buckete Block, Fbomt . St.,
- iimiomuuiii, uuiu. , -j.
i liice np Stairs.
' October 3, 1854. ' ..... ... ,
I OX YOKES.
1 r YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the Gilt. Anvi
J-U LENN JNG, CAMTBELLfic CO.
Jn.y2J883. ' ' .,
JVU w oi everj description- neatly
xeevted, at thu Office,. ....... 5
IF yOU CA L VOL1 WILL Blifi
JOHN S. HAWK,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO,
rider in all aimls of
DRV GOODS, GUOCEftlES, HARD
WARE. QUEKNSWAKE. HATS,
APS. BONNETS. BOOTS if-SHOT-IS.
LOTIIING. IRON &
NAILS. &c. A I jo, ,'
I.OL'DON & Cos. POPULAR FAMILY
IS ju.-t rece.ii ing Iroui Cincinnati, one of lit
1 Largest v.itl best selected stoiksof N'ei.
Ever brought to McArihur, expressly for thi
Winter trude, which h is determined to sul:
on i he most reasonable terms.
Just lull and see my New Goods belvre
pun basing elsewhere.
Bring aldiig your Troduce, for in the wai
of Barter hewili f,ive you as good bursitis at
ihoogli you bi'ought the Cash.
Now.'mlcr 17, le-01. 1st. c. ly.
A l1 ill; lie Invi lalion.
iilCKOCK k Uro.,,
nAVING just oened a V'holesale and
Knail HAT VroitRin Portsmouth,
on Eroiit Street, between Market and Jefler
mmi. they ini ile All to call and examine their
;M i k ol
llhls nr.il Cups, Slrnw Goods, Trunks. f
Ml luliu's, Cuijiet Hags, luibicllas ic., V
01' KVERV UK8CRIPTION.
Pit lasers .cun at all limes f'nul at our es
lul l irl.iin ii l a lull ami complete uisortmen
ol the ru heht and most desirable styles, at
well as i he most common fabrics. Our long
expi rieme in the business, and knowledge, ot
iiiaiiiiliiciuiing, with the facilities for piircha
mi g, an' sm li thut we are confident we can
.-ell l.ouut tiiail any other House in the West.
FURS ol all kinds wunied, for w liich the
highest pikes will be paid.
Portsmouth. November 4. 1853. ly
N MUKUAY, P, II. MURRAY, JAS. m'kRAN
Iiniiojlers of. and Dealers in,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY
WE will duplicate bills with any regnhi
jobbing House in the West. Coin, try iner
chains. fnriiRce proirietors, railroad contract
tors, and others, willsubserve their inteiesisby
giving us a call.
ftluv IV. 04. Iv.
PATENT LIQUID CLUE.
HIS celebrated and lerv useful artic'i
the inviiition of a ce.lcbruted Eur'i.-
Clkinist. mid muc h used in Enrioie is u
o He red to the Public at a price thut' plutes
in the reach of all.
03" No Hous-ekreper should be without i
as wiih this article they can iimi.e liaieiy u
pair any ankle of Fiirniinre. such as China
Glass or Wood, tli.tt may lime been broken
without the trouble and expens.- of sendiu
it to the Cabinet Makers. For sale at
E. A. BRATTON ' .
ACCOUNT I300KS! .
HAMNGalarge Slock of Day Book
Journals and LetLi rs. iiumIr of exiel
Uut paper and bound well in sheep, with
Morocco or Russian bands. 1 will se them
lor a lew mouths at Trices Surprisingly
Those in want of Blunk Bo ka and who
buy for use or to sell again can ha veinrru ins
Mi ot will suiVy thmibclus and suit the timea.
This is saying a good deal j I mean what 1
y. J. u. YVHITTEMORli,
No. I, Union Block, Second st.
iiiiiholi, llliitis A; Co.,
(.Successors to Ilumptun, IVilaon 0 Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
FoKEfGN &. CCWESTIC DRY-GOODS,
no. 43 Wood & 1(2 lliird Streets,
A RE now opening a very complete assort
XA. ment of Dry Goods," and bv.the first
St-t.ti. ...I..,. ...:ii u. .1.1. . i ., ..- . t
M-.. .... im.i or auie io exniDit ayvery at
tractive stock. They respectfully invite an
iau iroui an engagea in tlie trade.
Aug. 23.'55 3mo.
.CRE GCflPR JS, rionrcDitre
I have just received a new supply of Wail
i J tRttn(l Borders; the. largest lot ever
uiuuftin in mr rilllir.
""Also, COFFEE, Rice, Molashm. To
)cSbacco'b, &c.;allof which 1 will sell
ai ihe lowest figures. E. A. Bkaiton
MARGARET CASSILL'S ESTATE.
Notice is hereby given, that the undersign
has been appointed and dulv qualified
as Administratrix of the Estate of Margaret
vustui, laieoi vnuon county, deceased,
Aug.25th '55 LEWIS A. ATWOOD.
New Hooks, ,
AND other Goixls in his line of Busine
are received bv Express almost" evefj
week from Boston, New Yorlwnd tli Cltius
oi me est, by J. K. "VY HITTMORE,' f
may 18, '55. Second St.,Chillicothe, 6.-
At Trattsvii.le, wish to purchase Hides for
nuiLn me nignesi iviarKet price will.be given
January 5,1855. tf. . . '
WOOL! WOOL II i ....
10,000 lbs oi Wool Wanted.
1 WISH to buy ell the wool 1 can get. and
w ill pay the highest market n ires. 1
may 25, '55 -ti E A BRATTON.
Stt A N S A' E )V ThEA'USE
Jiil received, a New Ediiioa' ol the
above Work, with Forms complete for
Officer should have one. Call soon, at
- "D vi inc rrace. JM'PfV JOKflr anrt
GEO. ATKINSON'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been ani'ointed nd miiilifi.l
i.l:..;....:. -r .1.. I.-'.... . 1 '
l: l...- -r . i . r.w,
..uiuiiiioiiiilllA Ul IliK JLfiTni .11 Ipnrira X I
ceased. AVALlNA ATKiwvn'x
miisuii, ioic ui ine counlv nl v.nimi
JACOB MITCHELL'S ESTATE.
IVOTICE is hereby jiiven. that Job Mitch
X 1 ell. Administrator of the Eatata nf Ja
cob Mitchell. Jr., late of the county of Vin-
Inu .In... r 1 I 1 .1 n ..
Atf tu i 1 i m . . t .. 1. ', . . . . ' ,
unxoecu, lias iiicu in iri r-ronaln I inrl
. lui.nij ion Biiuunia ami Toticners as
sucn administrator for lneteclloi' and fiik.1
settlement, and that said errouiiti uill' il
iwssed opon by said Court orj the'22d day of
wuw., kooo. d. r. nrn i it -
eptlS-Sw. Tro. Judge V. C. O. .
Are'curlnir the Sick to an extent never
before known of any Medicine.
INVALIDS, READ AuD JDDGE FOR YOURSELVES
Jl'I.ES HAUF.L, Fm., Ilia well known ivrfiimor. of
' I'liMlnul irwl, I'liilidelpliin, lu ttiDitt (iroJucci
tn SjiiiiiI ! Bhiimi tvrry toilet, mj i
I am Ii.ii.iiv tu nav uf vmir I'atihiiio Pil.ti, lh.tt I
litv fiHind lliain tbVnrr fjmiljf niediriu tw c.miiiiioo
iim, llian my oiher illlin my knowkJe. Miuiy of uy
friend. Iitve rralir.cd marked IvntM fr.nn I Win and co
UifiilP with in in brlirriiiR that lliey puM tilraordi
nary virtuo lur drivlnf nul dituM and culii.j ilaae k ic.
'I'hey are irnl i.nlv nlfcl.nl but !' and plraianl to b
taken, iiitltiitH whirl, muat mak Ulain valued bj Ui
public, w lien tbey are known."
Tlie venrrable Cliancelbil WARDLAW, write, fnm
llalliini.rf, ISlh April, 1S4 1
"!. J.'C. Aira-Sir: 1 liar taken j-otir Pille wltU
irrAl benefit, Sir tlie MitleMiifM, lanaoor, luaa of a poet i In,
and Hilinua lieadacbe, nbicli baa ol late veira overtaken
me in die taring. . A few dea of yimr Pill, cured m.
I hire iimiI voir I lierrv reruirai m.my yean in ray
fannlv f. r conidu and rolile witb unfailing aucoeee. You
ui-iko uit'dicinee ulncll mr, and I feel it t pleasure lo
coinniend )ihi for tin good you lur. don. and ar.doln."
JOM.N F. BEATTV, ., See. of til. Peuo. Railroaa
Co., ) t
, JL . Offitt, Hllailelfkia, Dte. 13,
"Sir: Irak, plea'tira in ail.lin( my testimony lo Ihe
rfficary of your iiirdieiiiM, Iiivimj derived very material
lienelil Iroiii Ihe u. ol bulk your I'ecn.ral and Calliartlc
PilN. I am nevctWilli.nl lliein in my family, nor shall I
ever consent tu be, nlole uiy nieana will pniciir. llwm."
The widely renowned 8. P. STEVENS, M. D.,of Went
wonli, S. II., ivrilpn :
1 " ll;im. iird yuur Citiubtic Piu. in my practice, I
rrrlify frmn eipenenreT that tht-y nr. an invnliialil. pur
(nlire. In fax., of disordered ftinrtlnn. of th. liver,
cau.inK hea.larii., luditei.li(in, coativeneea, and III. great,
variety of diwaae. that follow, they are t Hirer remedy
than anv order. In .11 r.u where t jpurcative reiubdv
la reirorred, I eonnuenily .Moniniunu flif.e rnia to in
public, n auperiiir In any other I have ever found. They
are .ure in their operation, and prrferily .afe, qnalitice
which make them an invaluable article lur public uae. I
have for many year, known your Crey Fretoral u 111.
beat ;Hifh medicine in tin worhl. and thrm Pill, are In
no wl inferior to that admirable preparation fur lb.
" .felon, Mt., Ar. Si, K3.
"Pa. J. C. Arm-Dear Fir: i have been atllict.,f
fmm my birth Willi armfiila in lie wor.t fonn, and now.
irmi my ninu Willi rniiuiit hi ii. h.,
alier w only year.' Iri.il, and an untold of ainouul of liif
f.riiil.', hav. boen roniplelely cured In I few weeke by
your Pilla. With whaf feelintr of rejulriiig I write, can
only be imagined when you realiu what I have uh.rod,
and bow long.
Never until now have I been free from diia lontluoait-
dla. in aom. .hapo. Al time, it atiackeil mv eye.,
and mad. me alnuwl blind. iM.idea Ui. uiiendiirabl
pain; at other, it neltled in III. .calp of my head, trut
dentrnyed my hair, and ha. kept in. partly bald alt my
daya ;'totneiiin. it cam. out in niy face, and kept il ti
rni'iiiha a raw tore.
" AlM.ut nine week ago I commenced taking your lit
Ihartic. Pill, and now am entirely free from III. complaint.
My .yea tre well, my .kin ia fair, and my hair haa com
menced t lituillliy grim lit; all of which wakei ni. letl
alren.ly t new perw.m.
u iloping thia .iniement may b. th. mean, of conveylnit
informal ion that .hall do 'mk! to other., I am, with every
Miiliinent of gratitudo, Your., tie.,
, MA III A RtCKF.R."
I have known Ih. almv. named Maria Kicker from kr
cuuunoou, auu nt-r aiaiemem i. .iriciiy inir.
ANDIIEW J. MKHERVE, !
Ovameer nf Ihe I'orUuioulli Manufacturing Co." '
Can. JOEL PRATT, nf till iliip Marlon, write, front
BiMtnn, 9uth April, lM :
Ymir Pill have cured me from t billoui attack which
aroa. from derangement ol III. Liver, which had become
very eeriou I had failed of any relief by niy rhy.ician,
and from every remedy I could try, bill t lew aom. of
your Pill hive coiiipkulv restored in. lo health, i ham
given them lo my children for worm., with th. bml
eir.il They were promptly cured. I recommended
them to a friend for co.tjvu.ms, which had troubled him
fii monilm ; he told rue in a few duya they bad cured him.
You make Ih. beat oiediciu. in III. woild, and I am free
to any ao.
Read thia from th. dlitlngulnhed Bolicitnrnf th. 8upromt
Uoiirt, who., brilliant annum tiav. mad. mm wen
kiiotvu, nut only iu thi. but Ih. neighboring State.
Aie Orfu.a, fril, 1854. '
"Hlrt I liar, great latlefaction in ..euriiigynu that my
elf and family hav. been very much bMiellted by your
medicine.. My wif. waa cured two yeara line., of t
aever. and dangeroue ci.ngli, by your CHiaar Pacroaix,
and .inc. then ha. enjoyed iwrfecl health. My children
have .everal timea been cured frmn attack! of tlie Influ
enza and Croup by II. II ia in Invaluable remedy for
Iheae complaint.. Your C.tm.iitio Pox. liar, entirely
cured me from dyspepsia and eoativenen, which ha.
grown iiHin in. liir .nine year., Indeed thi. cur. la much
mora imporl.iiit, from Ihe I'nci that I had failed to get relief
frmn the ben Physician, which thi. feci ion of ih. country
tt'or.l,and from any uf Ihe nuinun.u. rented!.. I bad luk.n.
" You seem to us, Doctor, lik. a providential bleaing to
our family, and you may well euppus. w. are not unmind
ful ol IL Yuur. respectfully, .
LKAVITT THAXTER." I
" Sennit Chtmbrr, Ohio, April 5lA, ISM. I
"Da. J. C. Ana Honored Sir t I hav. mad. I thor
ough trial of the Cathartic Pit...., left me by your agent,
and luiv. been cured by llwm nf Ih. dreadml Klioiiritati.ru
under which he found me .uiTi-ring. The nrat do., re
lieved me, and a few aubseqiieiit dow. hav. .nllrely
removed Ih. disc.. I feel in better beallh now than for
ome year, before, which 1 attribute entirely to th. effect,
of your C.thi.tic Pill,, Your with great re'pect, ,
LUCIL'U B. MLTCALF." j
The above are all from persona who ire publicly known
where they re.ide, and who would not mak. thex la le
nient, without i thorough conviction that they war. true
Prepared by J. C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell. Ktu
.. .. i y l.hi i. ... ii ill. aim lj. A. DIvA 1'
TON, McArihur. O.; J. Vorhes, Alonny; R
Cnlow, Logmi; I)r, J. II. C. Miller, Jackson
U. H., and bv Dealers in Medicines everv.
J. O. fWV.ll.AKU--
n. c. coos w i.
IJ00T A:Sii0E STORE,.
M A A I F A C T 0 R V .
SV ETLAKD & LCCGSVELL,
Opposite ti e McA rthur Houep,
UETUUN their sincere thanks to their
numerous friends and customers, for
the very liberal patronage extended to them
in the past season, and take pleasure in an
nouncing that they aie now receiving at their
Boot and Shoe LVpot the largest end best se
lected Slock of
Rods & Slices
Ever brought to McA rthur; consisting TfJJj
in part of PJ
GEMTLEMENS' BOOTS &, SHOES,
Gents.Bnckskin Gaiters Gtnts. Congress Gait
ers.Gents Fancy Shoes.Gents Oxford Tumps.
Gents Enameled Nulifiers, Gents Enameled
Congress Gaiters, Gents Tatent Leather Kid
Top Prince Albert's, Gents Patent Leather,
Drab Cloth. Kid top, Priure Albert's; Gents
lersey Buckskin hoes, Gents Opera Slippers;
together with every variety of Fine and
Coarse calf skin. Kip and Morocco Boots and
Shoes. Also, Ladies Boors ao mom;
Ladles Vint kin fSnitrr Rnnla Tjnlioa' .nnm.l.
ed Jenny Lind's R. R., Ladies' Morocco Jen
cy Lind's R. R., Ladies' Congress Gaiters,
Ladies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes, Ladies' en
amelled Morocco 'Shoes, Ladies' Victoria
Fanev . llOM radio.' Pine. Tnn Knnla Ij!'
dies' Fancy Buskins, bronzed (ops, Ladies'
Blue Gaits, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Alsot Misses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid
Boots and Gaiters, Misses Fancy colored
Gaiters, Misses enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Child rens' Bootsand hoes, ChlldreW' celf,
tegeih Shoes, Childrens'Tancy shoes, Chil
diens' Fancy Gaiters, and every other variety
of Ladies', misses' and child rens wear, Fine
snd Coarse. I.-4 ' '.
: We have any number of Workmen en
faged, that is necessary, and aie prepared to
nil orders at the shortest notice. -
.CCiAII of our Goods will be sold t pri
ces that will give satisfaction. Call and ex-.
Hmine for yourselves- - -1
; II, II, JOIIXiUiV.
; ; (SUCCSSSOB TO JOSEPHJ0J.ES,) , ' 'f
Mfdlta),Tlitoosiial, Blank and Mlsft Ua-. ;
1 Tlfnilt 4tnnkl. Mull iiniirv nn4 lt'nll Do n . i
1 ,,. ' -r
I r '. PA 1ST STREET, .
V.VUfl U UUUl ,11 UUU HU I1UU Ik .'
i, CHILLICOTHE, OIIIO.I
i Books received from the Eastern Mir. .
kel kt their earliest publicatipnr or oiderCuV
when desirecL . ': . , , . -
't u i STEIN &, BROTHER, . , ,
.Manufacturer and Vhphtale dealer f
No.- 316' BALTIMORE STREET: .
Bjstwieii Howard and Lihertt-ts
July 8, 58. ly.