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MCARTHV'R, OHIO
TnrasDAY Mokmc, Oct. 2S
Fhtib CcKtJFAILKlXD S. ia rtrrf-
4 ot lA very fcfgArst marktt pttt, on &'wb
CTTjfim or Adxtrtitnuenli, ut thii office.
juofiry ti ooi rgvHc.
QLAMvLKELS, BLAMv MORTGAGES
JLI BTia o lilankt required umkr the Jut
ticca" Code, for Jvtticu at the Piuct. ore cow-
ilently kept on hand and for title at (Ail Of-
jict.
V. ft. PALMER'S
Vampaper SobwrtpHoa and AdraTilsiog Aftncr
lJlil.ll)iLfHU,iM.-W loBK,BoiiTOaild Bal-
Tuiorc, it our auihoriicriegrat to receive and
receipt or iubbwijtiou wwadeuisement fur
III DttfOCKAT.
McARTHUR—Its Future—Chance
to make Money.
MCArtnur. whether we loofc n
geographical advantages the salubri
ty ol its atmosphere its uninterrupted
health lor a series of years its railroad
facilities its delightful plains aiid
graceful native slopes, by which they
are connected on the north and west to
the receding hills, that open to the sur
rounding country, and on the south to
the limpid waters of a romantic stream,
with us reservoirs, to the command
ing locations for splendid country seats
and cottage residences; or whether we
look to the inexhaustible fields of coal,
iron, lime, bIIuw, salt, and of building
stone, with which the neighborhood
abounds, or to its present importance
and rapid advancement in population,
manufactures, and trade, is evidently
destined to become a large and flourish
ing town.
There is, perhaps, no inland town
of the same size in the State that ex
hibits a greater degree of prosperity,
or that is attracting as much attention
of capitalists, as McAnhur. Thougii
comparatively a wilderness a few years
ago, it is now the 6eit ol justice lor
Vinton a county organized in the
year 1850. It now numbers near one
' thousand inhabitants; has a new, com
modious and bcautilul Court House,
Dearly completed, with Sheriff's dwel
ling and buildings; one Presbyterian
church; one Methodist . church; two
good hotels; seven diy-goods and van
ity stores; one drug store; one clothing
6lorej three groceries; one grist and
saw mill; live lawyers; Jour physician;
live clergymen; one carriage and bug
gy and two wagon manufactories; three
smith shops; tour shoemaker's shops;
four tailor shops ; two cabinet shops ;
one silver smith and jewelry store; two
saddle and itarnett lactones; five car
penter's and house-joiner's shops; one
weaver; two lanyards; stone cutters,
plasterers, and .other mechanics; about
125 dwellings, ISO families; schools,
Mc Arthur possesses many advant
ages for a manularturing town, being
located iu Ibe centre ol the best coal
and iron ore region in the State; sur
rounded by iron furnaces, in lull blast,
at well as a very superior Quality ot
soil tor agricultural purposes, sufficient
to maiutain a large manufacturing pop
illation, iuis, in connectiou wuli an
inexhaustable abundance ot coal the
material for steam within one mile,
which can be furnished at a low hgure,
warrants us in the belief that MeAr-
thur will eventually be a manutactur
ing town.
We head this article, in part, "a
chance to make rnorje) ;" to prove ttiU,
we only have to stale the Ian, that we
have do steam null nearer thau Logan,
Ooith 4 miles, Jackson, south 18
miles, Athens, esst 27 miles, and thil
licothe, west 30 miles. This fact alone
proves that there i uo town in the
State that has the coal on its out-lots,
we may say, and having the same rail
road facilities, that lvc out such in
ducements to the investment ot capital
in a steam mill, as Mc.mliur. A
steam mill, a foundery. and other iron
roanulacturies, would be among the
test payng investments in our State.
A NEW SONG.
TUNE—"Young Oysterman."
The following lines were suggested
tu the hrtiw oi a cau
Don, up stree', by the Fusioiiists, over
tbe late election reiurt.s;J
Oh! lb Traitor's flag liaa tallen
O'er ibe Vinton truck be' run,-
Jan. Hard. b lies sprawling.
Proclaim it, fogies, with ibe gun.
Edmiston. too. was traitofuttl. .
fie mated all his breath and labor,
Fox Darnel bis lact rate has run,
i'o be cannot come this caier.
Ho, ou can't come ibe caper, Daniel,
nungw;
Tais Caowl was s running nof,
la times long since fcone by ;
We thought Iiiuj ttien an honest man.
But Treachery"! laid mm out to dry,
For ever tiucehe's ben traiuwued,
lie bat mosldearlt loved ihf piyj'r;
ADO ail Dis lam is autgtmu,
'Jkwt banks and wouijlifuda.forfver.
So you caa 1 cope the csjer, Urn ml
Eohowr!
T Tisiklt Wihkiho" A
Thrilling Talt We publuu on the
first page ot today's paper, and ask tor
ttlne careful perusal oi an toung ioiks
-stifl old ones, too, n uiey cnoote
tpt mpre especially, the attention ol
the fcoys-bo)s ho think thenseUe
too old tp oerd a lather or mother's ad
vice. There is a very useful lesson
contained Id ibis tale, which should
make a deep impresaion on the miiicU
'c( all wbo reed it. . Agtn we
illd it, rverybody,
THE LEGISLATURE.
We ptllitli our list ol member
elected to '.lie Legislature. If Mr.
Wliitely it elected in the Hai.cock dis
tikt. there will be 7 Democrats to 28
Fusionists ia the Senate.. There will
probtblj be33 Democrsts to 77 oppo-
sittouin the House, Some districts
are so close that it it impossible to de
cide who is elected, at this time.
SENATE.
REPUBLICANS.
Clermoc
Baird.
Trumbull
W. Taylor.
Franklin
Kelley.
and Brown Chambers
Bud Mahoning Bobt
end Pickaway Alfred
Clark, Champaign, Madison Joseph
ty. cjand.
Logan, Union, Marion, Hardin
C. S. Hamilton.
Delaware and Licking Daniel
Gardiner.
Knox and Morrow Dr. R. C. Kirk.
Muskingum and Perry Eli A.
Spencer.
Ashland and Richland Jos. M us
er a ve.
Lorain and Medina Herman Can-
field. -
Carrol and Stark John Deatty,
Jefferson and Columbiana Jonas
D. Cattel.
Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga
Lester Taylor.
Cuyahoga Hiram Griswold,
Portage and Summit 0. P. Brown,
Belmont and Harrison Gen. Chss.
Warfil.
Miami, Darke, Shelby W. II.
Lawder
Seneca, Crawlord, Wyandot Jas.
Lewis.
Builtr and Warren David Heaton.
Athens, Hocking and Fairfield J.
T. Biazee.
Huron, Erie, Sandusky and Oltowa
Ralph P. Buckland.
ftJoiuan and Washington iuoses
D. Hardy.
Ross and Highland Jacob Hyer,
Montgomery aud Preble: Felix
Aiarsh.
Coshocton and Tuscarawas: Edwin
Burnet.
Greene, Clinton and Fayette: Nel
son Rush.
Adams, Pike, Scioto and Jadtson:
H. S. Buudy.
Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs, Vinton :
C.G.Hdwley.
DEMOCRATS.
Hamilton: Geq. U. Holmes, Stan
ley Matthew, W. P. Convers.
Wayne and Holmes; Joseph Wil
ford. Mercer. Auelaize, Allen, Van Wert,
Pauldm?. Debiiice, Williams
Phelps.
Guernsey and Monroe: Wm. Law
rjnee,
HOUSE.
REPUBLICANS.
Champaign: H nam
Clark John II. Lettler.
Clinton Addison P. Russel.
Erie Chittendeu L. Burton.
Harrison Epuraim Clark.
Logttn, Samuel M. Allen.
Morrow, Thomas S. Bunker.
Pickaway, Nelson Franklin.
Union Wm. Gabriel.
Franklin, Geo. M. Parsons,
Licking, John A. Sinnet, Charles
o, Uittin.
Medina, James A Bell,
Seneca, Joseph Bo)er,
Summit, Ur, Mendf.l Jewett.
Warren. Seth S. Haines,
Clermont, William West, Eibridge
G. Kicker.
Guernsey, Abraham Simmons,Robt.
Campbell.
Jell'rson, D, McCurdy, C. Men
dt-nhnll.
Khox, B. F. Smith, George W.
True.
Richland, Andrew Burns.
Trumbull, Ralph Plumb, G. T.
Townsend.
Muskingum, John A. Blair, John
Crooks.
Ros, Alfred Yaple, Jesse Shepherd.
Carroll, Silas rotts,
Deleware, Dr William Hendren.
Lake, Edwaid L. Pl)mplon,
Perry, Dr. Franklin L. Flowers.
Scioto. Dan. McFarlaud.
Sta k, J. W. Uuderhiil.Wru Hatch
er.
Lorain, James Monroe.
Mahoning, Dr. J. Truesdale,
Ashtabula, Darius Cadwell, Uriah
Hawkins.
Tuscarawas, Jonathan Mills, Paul
Welherby.
Cu)ahoga, George Mygatt, Isaac-
bra) ton, L, Joniison.
Wyandot and Hardin, E G Spel
man Huron, Thomas M Cook
Portage, Erasmus Weedham,
AViann, Eli lVnney,
Athens, Nelaou H. Van Vorhes.
Darke, J. C. Williamson.
Madison, . E. Hutchiuson.
Lucas aud Fulton, Lucius II. Up-
ham.
Preble, Hayden W. Dooley.
Voran, Krasius Guthrie, David
Hoi brook.
Washington, James Lawton, Sam
uel Hutdusou.
Coahoctou, Thompson.
Belmont, James N. Turner.
Geauga, L- , Todd,
jbeigs, A. Tuomson.
IliLhUiid, Silas Irion.
Columbiana, John Hunter, Moses
Aendentiall.
Wood and Oils a, Erasmus D.
Peck.
Phuldine. Defiance and Williams.
5. E. Biaataiee,
r a eue, . m, a. way.
t- I. II T -.L 1
oresu-, i'Ji'r v- uncu.
MdU'm, JofepU F. Hume.
btv,bha F. Oawef1.
DEMOCRATS.
Hancock, P. T. Carlin.
Hocking, George Johnston.
Richland, Alexander Rollston.
Franklin, James H. Smith,
Sanduskr. John L. Green.
iWontgomery W. Goudy, J. T. S.
Smitlu
amilton W. M. Corry.E.S.Tur
pin, ChsrUs Thomas, . I, Langdun,
Georee C, Kobinson, James o. iolm
i?s, John P, Slough, Joseph E, Egley,
Wayne L, D. Udel, Bough
man.
Falifield, John Cheney, David Lyle.
Butler, Alexander P Miller, John
McElwee.
iolmes, E J Loveland.
Crawford, John Pittman,
Auglaize, Wm Sawyer.
Brown James T, Thompson,
Mercer. Shaw,
Putnam and Henry, II J Boebmer.
Jackson and Vinton, E F Bingham
Ashland, Dr Cowan,
Ohio Election—The Gubernatorial
vote.
Well, the fiat of the people has gone
forth,iji contemporary aud Salmoi
P. CHASs.the Abolition duuniooist and
lh dishonest polil'.cal 'inlrigutr.il to,be
Governor of Ohio for the nH two jrears
With H du dalartnc to lb popular
will, tvt cannot bul feel that the Stale
of Ohio is disgraced bjr Ibis selection.
We doubt very much whether there is
a aingle Noribern State, with the excep
tion of Vermont and Massachusetts,
that would hare elected a man of the
political stamp of Salmon?. Chase.
Upon thft heels of this event we expect
that the party which has succeeded in
choosing Chase, snd Legislature to
maich, will now pass s " 1'ersonal Li
berty Bill' similar to that of Massachu-
settt.thal they trill bring the State into
collision with the General Government;
that ibey will proscribe, to the extent
of their power, the foreign bora while
mso, and eleven the negro above him
It it our opinion that short time will
suffice to convince the popular masses
of their mistake,and that they will then
rally wuh alacrity around the Democrat
ic standard. We may safely calculate
that the State administration which is
to take ibe rein of power on the first uf
January next will commit such follies
and enormities as to cause it to be in
dignantly repudiated by the people.
Notwithstanding we believe thiit, in a
party point of view. the Democracy will
be ultimately the gainers b) this result,
vet we feel exceediniil, mortified by
it. While Maine, rsnnsylvania, Indi
ana. Illinois, and, we may add, the
whole mrih, refuses to have anything
to do with this tettional crusade, Ohio
aloue goes iaio it and elects a rabid
Abolition aectionalist Governor. It is
enough to mantle the cheeLs of every
true son of Ohio with shame. 13ut we
have no libit now to indulge in exunded
cotnnieuts upou the result, and will re-
e rve ibtm lor another occasion Below
wegie the Goverpoi'i rule in seventy
live counties:
COUSTIES.
Mcuilu
Chasi
41
2900
700
Ashtabula,
Athena,
Auglaize,
650
103
450
beimout,
Browu,
Butler,
50
Carroll,
Champaign,
002
450
CUrs.,
Clermont,
Cuuton,
Columbiana,
Til
200
$00
7
Coshocton,
Crawlord,
100
139
Cu)ahoga,
Darke,
Dele ware,
Erie,
Fairfield,
Franklic,
Greene,
Guernsey,
Hamilton,
Haucock,
Hardin,
Harrison,
Highland,
Hocking,
Holmea,
Huron,
Jefferson,
Jackson,
Knox,
Lake,
Lawrence,
Licking,
Logan,
Lorain,
Lucas,
Monroe,
Madison,
Mahoning,
Marion,
Medina,
Meigs,
Miami,
Montgomery,
Morgan,
Moirow,
Muskingum,
850
600
357
400
200
7U
S68
032
7200
250
280
02
75
350
500
1000
J3
300
1140
300
632
2000
300
127
200
2ft
550
477
650
24
402
500
600
3U
330
349
300
Noble,
Parry,
Pickaway,
Pike
Putnam,
Portage,
300
300
150
360
779
Preble,
Richland.
Ron,
528
100
220
Sandusky,
Scioto,
Seueca,
Shelby
146
20
60
400
Mark
Summit
Trumbull
Tuscarawas
Union
Van Wert,
Vinton
Warren
Washington
Wavue
Wood
300
900
1680
308
524
331
130
825
550
800
46
Wyandot
89
13.5'J5
30.327
Chase's rpo(lisjonty in the abore
lfoutiss it will be seta is 16.732. Tbe
loOice tots may change ts figumi con-
tidrkW; most UWj nlvf Ut jaa
jorityi There are yet 13 counties to be
beard from. The balance of the Fusion
State Ticket lead Cbast aome fifteen or
twenty thousand votes. Trimble's
vote it is supposed will be about twenty
thousand. The Democratic gain on the
Gove nor over the Fmion majority lat
fall is about FIFTYFl VB THOU
SAND.
Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE
ATLANTIC.
NEW YORK, Oct. 16.
The steamship Atlautic was announ
ced at Sandy Hook at 6 o'clock this
morning, end reached the dock at half
peat 8 o'clock.
She brings intelligence that the Rus
sians were defeated uear Etipatorie, by
the Fieoch cavalry, with a loss of six
men killed and 27 wounded.
The Emperor is at Odessa; ha has is
sued au encouraging address to the Rus
sian peop!e aud will shortly be in the
Crimea.
The food question is still a nutter of
serious import, both in France and Ger
many.
The southern portion of Sebastopol
ft to kfc blown up by the allies, and
mines are now being aunk for that jur
poto. Mavohxstsb The market is quiet
and very littU doing. Brown and Ship
ley report that the quality of new wheat
is not promising old is in active de
mand at full prices.
Riot!
Baltimore, Oct. 18. The election
for a member of the council in the 17ih
Ward to-day, to fill vacancy occasioned
by death, resulted in the auccess of the
American candidate. There was con
siderable rioting at the polls. A noto
rious rowdy named King, was shot by
the police, snd it is thought latally in
ured: several ethers wounded, but not
dangerously.
BurrALo, Oct. 18 Fresh troubles on
the Brentford Bailroad. A body of
armed Irishmen lore down the bridge
yesterday, and will not allow the traius
to pass. They made an attempt to-day
to stop the tiain on the upper aide ol
the bridge, going west. More difficul
ties are aniicipiiied. ,
[From Cincinnati Price Current, 10th inst.]
[From Cincinnati Price Current, 10th inst.] Foreign Demand for Breadstuffs.
Our advice from Europe by the last two
steamers, leave no doubi, whatever that
the croups in Frame are below an aver
age; also. in most of the Vestern Ger
man State; and. that these countries, in
stead of being exporters, mustas a mat
ter of necessity be importers of bread-
stuffs; The Paris Blomteur con it in a
an offieaj delaration from the' French
tiovernment.that there is a deficit in
the harvest of the Empire this year, eq
us! to 17,000,000 bushels, to make up
which the naiiou fill have to draw upon
foreigu sources The harvest iu Eng
land bis been gathered in good condit
ion, and the yield is believed to be a
fair average, though not equal to the
one of 1854. There does not seem tv
be much disposition on the part of Kng
lish dealers lo purchase breadstuff, bul
the orders from Fiance, brought to this
country by the Pacific, are large.
Ibe leading commercial men of
France, Englaud and Germany, are look
ing to the United Stales, as the chief
point Ijoro whence supplies of biead
tuffs can be drawn, to make up the
deficit, caused by the partial failure of
the crops Ic France and by the absence
of any supplies of consequence from
Russia; and there can be no doubt
whatever but that this country will
find a market in Europe, for every pound
of brea6tuffs she can spare, tha present
stasuB, and at prices, too, considerably
above an average. This place these
United States iu a i08itiou, commercial
ly and financially, she has never occu
pied before ; specie will be exported
lrom Europe lo this country, to pay
lor flour, wheat , corn end pork, in lar
ger quantities than even known before,
within the coming nine months; the bal
ance of Wade will be be largely in our
favor; Stirling Exchange will be far
below par; the agricultural interests of
be Union will be proaioted, by being
enriched 'ut an unusual and remarkable
degree; aud all kinds of business will be
stimulated, and general prosperity of
the country will receive an impetus,
which will not only entirely relieve all
classes of the embarrassments of tbe
list two years, bnt will advance their
interests as far ahead in one year, as tbe
ordinary progress of three years.
The cause and the cousequeuce which
we refer to,are,aa we have before staled,
in our opinion, inevitable; and we do
uow look for more rapid, general, and
substantial prosperity in the aericultur
al, commercial, nd 'mechanical ioterrtia
of the country, during tbe coming two
yeara, tban Has been experienced at any
time, sine tbe forma tiou of the Re pub
lie.
There is but one contingency which
cau poFsibly effect tbe foreign demand
lor our breadsiufls; nsmelv, the con
elusion of a plica within the next six
mouths, between Russia, and the allied
powers;,bui,lbis is only bare possibility,
audeva n it should take place, it can
not be consummated within less than
six mouths, and then we sball have
sold the greater portion of our suiplur
Dreaaatuns and provisions.
There are now no less than foul
Stale tickets ia the field ia New York,
uauiel, "ibe American," 'the Fusion, '
the Hardand , tbe Soft -The election
take place ou the 1st Tuesday of no-
ve ruber,
'Julius, hot do ytr fatch dr lati
tudef
How Jo I fetch der latitude why,
you bung de.parrolix of der horrison op
puMie to der node of debemispbere, and
rom de right angle struck by de con
verse proportion, you find de quotient
de lunar caustic, subdued from tbe orbit
oi da arf .'
Good oature ia one the sweetest lifts
f Providence. - Like th pure sunshine.
it gladdens, enliveui sod cheers- la the
midst of kate, revenge, sorrowed dt-
MASONIC.
V XW . of Frre and Ac-
aSiCF V rented Masons, holds
a rtgulaj Communication at McArlhur, Yin
ton county, Ohio,' every Saturday evening on
full
E. A. BRATTON, Sec'y.
PI lateral Lodge, No. , holds a reg
ular Coninauiication at Hamdtn, Vinton ro..
O., tvrv llinrsday evening on, or preceding
D. T. HARD, Sec'y.
Orphan' Friend l odpe, IT. !.,
holds a regular Communication at Wilktt-
ille, Vinton county. Ohio, every Satuiday
evening on, or preceding each full moon.
H. H. BISHOP, Sec'y.
MARKETS.
McArthur, October 23
Apples, D.,
65 1 Iron.
Ruttti ptr lb.. 12
Smoked Hums,- - II
" Shoulders,...
Lrather. 18a3l
Lard per lb. 10
Molasses pr gal
:o
" Sides.--"
9;Ndila,3dtol0d, 6al0
Brooms, iu'uauj,.
40
Beans, W. 2.00! Pol a lota, Irish.
50
Cofl'e
15 'Pesc.ies, D., 1.25
Candles,
20 Porkprcwt..-. 4,00
2iSufcar N. O., 10
Cheese,
Cloverseed
60C Loaf, 15
Corn-
65 Crushed,. 10cl2
Eegs pel doz 6
Flour per hun. 4,0o
Salt, per bbl 3,50
" Table, pr Sack, -37
Soap per lb 3a5
Teas, V. H. 75
Imperial tl00
Flour .per bbl tS.OO
Flax Seed 75
Feathers, 40
Fish, White,-.. 8
" Mackerel,... 8ol0
Hides 4
Tallow, 12
Wheat per bu. 1.00
Woolperlb....20u50
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
BUSKIRK & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 1. Buckeye Block
PORTXMO
Apples, Dried 175
u.-oomsprnoz oDi)
Bacon Hums per lb, 91
" Shoulder IU
" Sides '
Beans, W. perbu. 3,00
Caudles, mould. 15
" Star 5tt
Cotton Yarns-." l&l
Cheese.W.R. b.6iW
Conee,Rio- u
Cloverseed,- 6.01
Hour pi bbl fcV
Fca'tliers pr lb..... 45
r laxseed, pr bu. l,uu
Fish, Cod prlb..." 5
" mai kerel Bl2u2l
Ird pi lb.... D
Molasses, N. O. gat. 40
S.H. 4f)
' G.S. 50
Nails, ..10lo8d
Susar N. 0..." 7ub
uth, Oct. 25. 1855.
11 Loaf V
" Crushed-. 10
Salt, Kanawha, bu. 45
reap, loose in packs.
" Y.H., lb. 45u60
lmr'l,.&5(iC5
" Gunu'wdei 65
Tobacco M&K, rav.VS
Ya. cav... 20u30
Uil, Lard pr gal... - 80
Oil, Linseed 100
Oats pr, bu. 60
fYaclieg,Dned". Z.UO
Potatoes, Irish.. 2i
Sulerutuspr lb... 5u5i
(allow pi ID... 11
Tar pr bbl. 5.50
liiuothy seed, jj 10
Wheat pr bu..... 1,50
Whiskey, Common 3U
Moa nala, 00
" Rye, 6(j
BANK NOTE LIST.
following every week
just before putting our paper to prrss.
New Yore.
Solvent bunks, par
PUiStjYLVANIA,
Solvent banks, par
Maryland.
Solvent bunks,
New Hampshire.
Sjlveut bunks, psi
Veumont.
Solvent banks, pai
Connecticut.
Solveut banks, par
Massachusetts,
Solvent bankB, pai
Rhouk Island,
Solvent banks, pai
Maine,
Solvent banks, par
New Jersey
Solvent banks, pur
Delfware,
Solvent banks, pa
Virginia.
Solvent banks, par
Trout. Allghnr, IS di
Kauahwa 10 Un
Canada. Solvent banks, 5 d i-l
North Carolina.
Solvent banks, 3 li
iS'inall notes, 5 dU
South Carolina.
Solvent banks, 3 Ui;
(jeoruia.
Solvent bunks, 5 dii-
LA IAMA.
olvcri bunks, lOdit
13k. ol Mobile, 5 dis
MiNiihsim.
AH banks, no sale
Lou is an A.
.Solvent bunks, par
raipmaii uotes,
5 dis
Ohio.
Solvent banks,
par
iik. Circleville,
auuis
b'ree bk. old plate. 5 dis
Kentucky.
Solvent bauks, par
Ky. Trust Co. 70 dis
IN1MA5A.
State bunk, and
llmnciies, par
Free banks, 550 dis
Bk. of Connri
ville, 80 dis
Illinois.
Free bk.
5
Missouri.
State bank and
Brunches,
Tennessee,
par
'Solvent bunks, 5 dis
Michigan,
Solvent bunks, 3 dis
Small notes, 5 dis
bxoept Adrian Ins. Co
uiid Macomb Co. bk.
W I8C0NSIN.
Free banks, 3 dis
Small now.-, 5 di
Texas as o.kansas.
All banks douMlul
value.
EXCHANGE.
BUYINO. SELLINO.
New York, i prm. J prm.
Philadelphia 1 " "
Baltimore, i J "
AMERICAN GOLD.
Buying at 1 prm. Selling at t
M- DAVIS,
WATER ST., CH1LLICOTHE, OHIO
19OULD beg leave to announce to the
Off citizens of Roasand adjoining coun
ties, that he has opened out a new and
comolete slock of fall and winter goods,
selected from the best foreign and do
mestic fabrics, which he will sell at
wholesale aud retail prices, lower than
any ever offered in this part of the coun
try, he has also a full and complete
assortment of furnishing goods of all
discripttou and quality. Also ou com
mission a splendid lot of woolen, under
shirts and drawers, which he will
whole Bile at New York prices; he re
frains from puffing or praising. Call
and aee for yourselves, and be convinced
hat you will make money by purcha
sing at the Phoenix Block; don't forget
the place, 2 doors west of Fallertou'a
old stand ou Water Street.
A few first rate pant and vest makers
wanted, to whom the hivheat prices
will be paid. oct. lSth'55 4m
SAVE MOSEY.
T wish lo call the attention of friends lo
X the fact, tbat we are compelled to raise
some mnntv. W IShva wnlipH innsnn
-J ' - - vis avwuit
notes and accounts due to us. and have been
at considerable expense in sending a person
to rail on acme who arp nurino V
- B
must have moner and earntsttv nek m,r
friends to call and pay us some, or we w ill
i . . 1 1 . a . t .1 .
dc compeur-d to leave ineir notes lor collec
tion. Come help us a little.
IS. A. BKATTON.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
THE BOARD OF SCHOOL
Examiners of Vinton County,
will meet in McArthur. on Saturday.
(he 27th day of October, 1855, for the
examination ol leachers.
O. T. GUNNING, Sec'y.
Oct. 18tb, '65. 2w .
JOIs W OllK. of every descriotion neatly
. .m.1 mt Ikl. (IIS4
R. C. Ll'CAS il, N.L011D,
MAVurACTOIiaS ABO B4tSS U
BOO T AND SHOES.
MARKET ST.. McARTHCB.O.
WISH to inform the pub lie tneran.
llttl t ier will keep on baud, and
a.anufaclure to order, on short notice, Gen-ilemeu'a-jUorocco,
Clf, tip, snd CoarMs
Boots and Shoe, and merv iletcrintitm nt
Ladieb' Leather and J.tocio Ware; all rf
w nicti is put up iu llwhiKhtfct styles of Work
manshiu. and at pikr as CULAfAS THE
CHEAPEST!
Give us u call and be convinced as to the
facts liemia ret lorih. Produce taken in ex
change for work. " Oct. I lib '65. If.
STATE ROAD NOTICE.
ALL the parties iu Vinton county in
terested in the establishment uf the
proposed new Stale load, from Richmond
by the Londonderry station of M. & C.
R, R. and by the village Loudondery ani
terminating in Vinton CO , iear (he
house of Exekiel Badcliff, are hereby no
tified that the Commissioners of Vjnon
co., at their session, ou the fijst Monday
of December next, will bear the parties
in favor or against tbe establishment of
said road, aud the spoliation for dam
ages of any person) or parsons on ac
couulof the location of said road through
his, ler. or their lanJi.
Br obdib or tuc Comuissioicrs
J. AMGLK, Auditut V. Co.
Oct. 18th. 165514 w.
Notice.
HAM DEN FURNACE. .
The firm of Fratcr, Terr & Co., was
dissolved on the eighteenth ultimo, by
mutual content, Lphraim Frstee retir
ing, lhe business cl the liamden rut
nace will hrreafier be carried on under
the names of Diimarin, Tarr (f-Co., by
w horn the business of tb& old firm if to
be settled.
October 18, 1655. tf.
ARTIST'S MATERIALS.
every dtfcripticu fmnished at abort or-
V-' ders and fuir prices. A large supply ot
Paints and Brusliea for Porir.iit Laudcap
Paiuleis, Toy Paints and Betl Water Colors
on hand. J. R. WII1TTKMOKE
nia)T8,'55. Str ond at., Chillicotlif,
ROBERT BAY'S ESTATE.
NOT1CK is hereby gixen.that tlie under
H,ned has wn apwiinted Executor of
the lait SVillaml TtHiimt nl of Rolitrl Jay,
lale ol the co.intv of Vinton, deceaeeJ.
C t. 10-Jw.' Thomas M. Bat
aw a i'.v jsi n uiA'utj:
I tiki received, a New Ediiinn ol ti e
" above ork, wi'.h Forms complrte f r
JiisiiuV of the Peace, livery Justice and
Othci r should hint one. Call soon, at
Hhattos's,
SETTLEMENT BY GUARDIAN.
V OT1CE is heirby given that Carltis Oood
L t win. Arlni;ni.iibior of tie Futnte f t
A mo Uolcits. laie ol lhe cmmiy of HocL
ing, tli ifusi'd, has filed in the Prnhate Court
ol Vinton cotiniv and Sia in f Ohio tl.c iu-
coiinis, und v utlirr ol the a i -.t Amus Rol
erU, deicaecd, ca former Ouvrilitin, inoa
Murtiii. Kelircca Mmtin, iiihiicI.i Mjrtin,
llexander Martin, and Wiliinm Martin, for
ii)SKction and liuul se'.ileinent. and tlml sai l
accountf. will lv pa sf l upon by eaid Court,
on ll.eWdilavol Nov mbrr. a. d. 1 500.
B. P. HEWITT, Pro. Jude V. Co.
Oct. llth 3w.
GEO. ATKINSON'S ESTATE.
TV OTK'E i Itrrhy prn, tlu.t ti t iti'nr.
ll fiiicil lii.il pen ii ointrd nd qiialili. d
Aduiiliisiiiilrix ol tin- h lu ! i.l (irvr Ai.
UiiiMiii, liilu tl t'e loinl) ol Yii.tnii, (I. -cumiI.
AVAI .V ATKl.YrO.V
sep.I33w.
EXECUTOR'S SALE.
-rlTII ).' I. ..ml... .i. a.. ll.-! II. ...... r.rrt
la proirty, I'vlouuiiig to the lislate of I'.oIh
erl bay, laic ot lite touuty of Vintin, dr
ceased, it iiristinj ol ItorwR, Cattle, lirtp.
Hogs, litut, Loin, lay,Uats, ami farmliiH
Utensils, w ill he sold at public vendue, at
the late .-esiduuee ol the said Robert Dim.
on lhe i!&iti (iuyol 0:lober, a. d. S55; cum-
uitnciiig at U o clock, a. in. of said day.
ifiRMS OF BALE:
All sums ol ilirre dollars, aud uudrr, Curb
iu hand; anil on all sums over three duMar.
u credit ol nine inouili will he given, pro
vided uotcsaoxl approved sticurit) ere jireu
prior to removing tlte property.
THOMAS M. DAY.
Executor of the Willol Uo licit liay.
OU. llth, IS05 3w.
LIST of i.i;n r.its
EMAlKi.NQin ihr l'oat Ollke, Oct. 1st,
lb&5:
Austin A C -Barrett
William
Conner William
WcCluinT A
Miller Juliu
iVorgan Ifenjamin
Calmline Margxrct
Morrison Joscptl
Coroui of Vinton co.itIc.4rtliuriovn, O.
Davis J M
O'Brien John
Uuhadway P 3
Evans James M
(iray M M
Hill RC 8
Hulbert V H
Hubbard James O K
Ireland Miss Mary ,
I similiter Solomon
Junk Kudolph
Johnston Elizabeth
holler hli
Kan Andrew
Lubey George 3
Lucas Thomas
Uive John
Leonard James
.Vijer Abigal
Morau Martin
McUrapti M E
G'Sulivan TairUs
1'lumley Ur A
l'oiicl A
1'imiry Ezra
Page A L
Ryan Michel or Jincs
Uuinn dc Son
Hepublican 6
Swift II A
Sharp llobert
Seaton Wm
Sigler Wm
Slioes F
Thompson J.itm
Waller Joseph -Westfall.StwartCo
Wolf Joseph
Mi' i I son Moata
Whittemnrc J E
M'haley Timothy
dlaee blizahetl)
.Viulroouey Owen 2
J- W. CALDWELL. T. M
Oct. ll-55-3w.
School Books.
McCLfftV'6 ER 16 C CIV FLEE.
SPELLERS, First. Sorond, Third Fourth
snd Fifth Readers. The Ikman's Young
Ladies Ecadera.
Pineo's Primary QrammM,
Analytiral
" English Teadier,
Ray's Arethmatic, Parta First. Stcend and
Third, Kav'a Algebra, Paris First and Second,
MiGuiWs Electic Primers.
The EU-mentary Speller. ,
M'ebster'a school Dictionsrv.
Mitchel'a Primary Geography.'.
Mitcbcl's large school Ceograpby, latest
edition.
Copy Books. Slates, Frncels and all kinds
of stationary for schooW, for rale it
BRATTOrre.
MOSES RAY'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, thnt the tinder
signed baa been appointed and quali
fied ddniinistrttoi of the Estate of Moses
Bay, late of the county of Vinton, deceaead,
ucv uto aw. Ttasvsiur..

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