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" .FAJllLY MiDlChCS!
,E. A. BHATTOrii
tlALX STREET, McARIULR, O
Y FKP ccWteiiiry on hind li e following
1 X Genuine tod rppr'erlVfdici'.f:
PILLS.
V.ltr'i LivtiPills. Dr. Iei Till.
II OHM MEDICINE.
.lViiVtrniilny. Ct. Joit McL'a lo.
CCLGH &RL1 M
Wlcr's Io p'I C. S., Dr. Ji.mt'Coufclj Sjrfl
IcnVS. & B., Joi.e N B. Linirrrit
feiuii't Oil. '.mint, Scant lnat. KttiicltUu
FOR THE HAIR. -
Lcnt Kathtiiou, Vegetable Htir Oil, .
litis Oil, ( t".) Eau De Cologne. .1
Cast Oil, Sweet Oil.
Hiiiifb Oil. Oil of Spik.
Hir'emOil, Medicamentum.
Also, Godfrey CoiUitl, Baiesnian'i Dropt
k! en's Cmdiucii Powder; and Essen 1 as 01
all kind All of the tbove Meditirir we
tt;eiei direct from the prcijitieiort, tnd war
tuned 10 legeuuine.
April 6. 1855. tf
(ME k GAItDKEII,
DRUGGISTS,
5aiS'
F" UlLkESVlLLE omo,
If II? constantly on hind the Mowing
genuine tnd popular family medicine.
FlLLS.-Sellert Liver Pillt, ilcLtine't
Liver Pills, Acer's Fills.
COUGH REMEDIES. Seller's Imperial
Cough Syrup. Ayer't Cherry Pectoral, Seller't
. S nip. t-ellerivrnp 01 &quiu.
WORM MEDICINES, Seller t Vermifuge
McLaines Vermifuge.
LINIMENTS.-!?. Q. Parrel's Indian Lin
imtot, Gardner' Volatile Liniment. Radws;'s
lVadv Re'trf. Pttn Curer. Liquid OpmVdoc.
HAIR TONICS. Lyon'e htihairon.G, '
Ceylon's.
Aug: Alt'ge tnd well selected itockf
Tu gs, Medicines. Oils. Flints and Dye-ati'f's:
til Icrsa'e tt the low est prices.
Oct. nth. 1954.-It.
liOOJS I mjuis.
JUST receiTfd the largest and bert selection
of Ecots tad Shoes ever upced in thi
rr.trret, consisting ef
tents. Enameled Brogtoi,
Ctlf
Buttoned CcngrwiGiittrt,
Morrorco Slippers.
" Fienth Cell Boots,
I Ladies Enameled Lace Boctt,
" Goat " "
' Sewed "
Lsred Gaiters,
Patent Leather "
tt
Entineled Jenney Liud'l,
Patent Sea Burkina,
Fancy Enameled "
" Slippers.
Children' Kid Laced Boot,
Fawi "
A Roan
Kid Peg
" Enameled "
' Gimt -
m
illtr-n Kid SHrperi,
" Fancy Laced Booti,
Trf ether with eve:v variety of Coots
6hce, ef Mena'. Womena aud child
wear, tithe lowest prices, tt
BRATTON
'XmMaO, CAffal faJLLL A o.,
Imicitfri and Vhcltsair and hrlail Dtairs i
UutdaicSiiddlery.Iroii.GliiiiN,
Ac, Ac.
WOULD respectfully iuformtheir friend;
tnd the public that lhe have at leuttl
tot into their splendid new room, ami l ae
fitted it up expretgly for the Hard ware trade. (in
trebornt district) under the aienot tlieblL.)
ANVIL, East aide of Paint, between Wa'.ei
and 2d sts, wheie thi-y ire openuiu. in addi
tiontorartot their tom e; stock, a lare and
dcrirtble stork oi Amtricun, German and
Eiglifh Hardware, Saddlery, Iron and GUpr
trcether v ith til articles usually kept in Hard
tie stores, tnd invite ell to call and take
look at their new room aud exainiue their
a'.oik.
TI.ey hare continued a stock of Gooda at
he ir OLD STAND, sign of the Mill Saw, on
fagerl's equare. (urder the immediate rare ol
cr.e cl the nrm) where ttH-y nave been iu
rally patronized the ) ast year, for which the.
ia!ie tins 01 ortunitT ol ceturniiig tlieir sin
rets thanks, and solicits continuante ot the
ame for both establishments, promising to
keep ts tiood booiis and sell as low as any in
tills market.
Ci:ty 10. 1653; n49 It
( HAS. A M. EA'MTFIN & Co
Kl( Fill D direct fr m N'tw Crltarn,
5'5 hhdt fair 10 prime N. 0. Sugar;
JO clarified do.
J .169 bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugar:
" 54 bus w hite Havaua, for ctudyandsyr
5337 bit N.O.Molises;
; ' W do "St. Jeiw-fc" choice sugar H, mo
, . lFFe;t
100 do C( mmoa sugar H. molawea.
7 10 do Golden syiupt
85 Tea' Riee:
SCO be gs Kio and Jt ra cofiee:
Which, together with a full and completed
ttock of. .
VoQj)wr a ei Buckets, tub, lice washboards,
(rooms, &c.
Fstns & N'rwFig. rasins' almonds pe
rtr.p. t. Walnuts, filberts; Brazil nuts; cc.
Spices 'Ground and um.round Pt'Ler.
aif pices; cinnan.on; cloves; finger; nutmef
jf i6H matkeral; dried hemi.fc, codfish; sar
Lum: Tus-A large stock of fresh imperial; X.
r;.Mu;unpowaerana Diaca tea: .
Tobacco Fives; eighta and pound plngot
t.od Vireinia. iL'ieouri end Ken tuck bnuidi
also, Gedge d Bro'a and other good brands
ri b twist lODacco: .
ETi-tio'rr! Indigo; copperas madder ana
t't-rri: ' . . .
iUErsin Soap; candle, starch, chocolate;
sa:a;ratus; super carbonafeol soda; epeen
ia.tr lead; shot; werpping paper; &c.&c.
We will sel at the regular Cincinnati,
v.hclecaleprica:
C, A. ..DAilARlN&Co.
rprtfrroutb, April 1 1, 1ED4.
htiiB. (rliiiCl ktlcn.
4 Jr Ii: WAIT,
CCVZl OT JUTFB80K AKO SlCOSO STSEITi,
FORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
C4ALLS the attention of the citizens ot
Vinton and adjoining counties to hie su-
trior Block of , J.,, hi.
ajiicb beofleraat wbolesale or retail on resa
tmtble terms. Give him a call.'
Ciders attended to promptly,
jMarcb 84.1054. fy - .
jl C(a n tia' U 1 Ijit, tn.titt,
NOTICE.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
1111
I HAVE this day sold to Veatfall, Stewart
rf Co. my entiie interest Jn the C'uciri-
. . . I r-... .... k.u f... ....
I til I'llift' 9 atTlli j: II . ,an in irxirniruu
Unert partiu-i.ihrreuj.r M I J
il
: .
fees;. KiqNiJl'l. jj. rAff'ra; JfO. nuori
(tn irii-siin Hiftdriii.
u. Ukil Utilif Hnit, t ohh
Fetiu.r) 17. 1.
l. t. liACV. T. ). OAKH
C. P.1FACY Sc CO.,
IjlALfR !H
FOOTS. Sl.tlS. HATS.
IFAThXR A D FlNDif CB.
Ccr titer Ltliw P. hitufj ti.k,
iut'l&tu't.l OhltXOllh, V.
A nl '-7. IfcW 1.
IKOS, AILi AND SlttL.
lOO.OOOWrS.'"-.11'"-
5000 Lb. Norwuy Nil RkI.
09 Kfti ti-kortetl i ui ami rough t Nui
aOOtt l.bf. square, round aud ocihi..
Steel. J'UBt rweki'd "i tlieGili Anvil,
LENNINu, CAMrULLLK CO.
Julv i9. Ibi.i.
DR.. DUN LAP
fXJ CUitr, MtAnl.tr Jli'iw.
&c AM MX, UMO.
Feh. 1 165.-.l.
LirPENCGT'l'S Axes, warranled 30 d.Ti
r ll'e i.ev rrtiiin'n!. HatilH-iawar
kriik''!. Tii.eiMiii'f lluiniraUH a.r.iiitid
Liror L.i ki.. 1 U.uib Ldii'ct. li ii,Nir
AnfXP, JbiiMlliig Imih. Ciny t(iil
iiiK I iiU, lilts, l.i.j. in tin. I evti)
iliing it) il f htrcwart lii.r, at
t RAT TON'S.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
LmjMi in A!!u., Pi'tfl. 1
iihii,ft (Ciwl Aciion.)
.Itlrn fl.i.t. LVrt. )
fj' Ilt Ltlii duii wi'i tnke notice il.at the
A r,innt;fl in tie '. xe rae. m the liti
du) oi Sej teuiher, lfc&5, r,tii"d tn Onlt-r ol
Atta'.hner.t to W ipHitU by Nathan tSutl. a
Jietiieol the F'ure Itr 6'wan in nd.ii..
V in tun county, Ohio, eHinsi the goal,
chattlea etciit. rii.htf, c i ilits, tnwievii. and
etlirta tl md J tl. ihIliii, a iiui-itn!n:t
dfLtorot fbid Vn icn i Mil), to Kuijij ( t.
claim ol ti e Plhin'ifl lur J illy Dollars and
cotta of suii, ami that mid ceuM ha Lrm
contiiiued lor friviie t n M-id 1 efi miaut.and
will Ulurheanunlelorc faid Justice at hit
ifiice id hb k! low ii.-ln., mi the i'tli day oi
viiLLtr, icso, ai z ( ii t k p. u,
B1NJAM1N ALLEN.
I,
t,.r:iaF. IS,
(SucceFfOr to Smith and Holmes.)
IIA K I'FACTTR E hS OF
Tin Mil tt ltti!,Ml ("01 ptr fliirn,
A1C0 CEA1FE5, VMKtESALK HfTAIl.. IU
Sli'Vfc, Gratrs. & Hollow Wart,
MARKET S1Ki.LT. l Aal S.LE.
PORlSMOLTll. OHiO.
A.rll !t-54 lv.
G.WtAS.LLF.Sbtt,
n.iiVi AKi;i.ii m i)iy:m mmt,
LLtS 'i LL h LIU lis U hlilctS
WI.EELINU. VA & LRILG1 FORT,
Has lBrj;e and extensive Ware Ilou-es, ai,'1
i ie ar d wiMi eery luciltty. 10 attend l
alt Inis-iiifsi-. ei iintti d to his care, pnpen
lorwKn'fcireiiht h Car loads orotheiwit
September 2,1655. 'lv
a
JA.S iVclONNLL'S J-.S'i A'l E.
VTOTICEis hereby civ en. that the under
1 1 S'gi erl lies been i 1 Tinted end qualified
1 ( i". r i f il e IbM ill M,d Te't inent ot
i.neF Bi(Cctii.el. late (I tletointv olVin
ton. unetiaid. PA'IRILK MURLCCH.
sept. 1 3 3w
No. 1. Frcr.t Street.
DISSOLUTION,
rj'IiE co-rsitneifhip heretofore existing
JL 'twe 11 the tuhwriben-. under the firm
01 ( alas & 1 ukiik. was thic day dii-soixed
I) 11 iiiubi iiiifiit. F. J. raker having Mild
his entire interrst to :er. Gore& Chas.
H. Luvij.. ail tiaiins will be n ttltd.and debts
toilt-tted by Lntkuk & I av is. our sura seo
F. J. OAKtii.
A. W. litSKlRK.
A,W. ICUIBK, CEO. DAVIS, C11A8. H. DAVIS.
JilSMiiK & DAVIS,
(Sturessorof Oakes & Buskirk.)
W HOLtSALE GKOCERS,
AND
tPRCDUCE DEALERS,
kiktje Licck. tioiil Slrtrt,
i cm tjuuuiH, 0.
v. . y.. j'i.bh.
G. D. Tewehurt
V-ltLLY ETAPR & CNS
GKNLC L COBBIKSirSi MERUIiSTS
lurth Sle cf Wiiiern Prof nc
ttil ICBnCCOILCUB, IPCVlSlONS.to.
Nub. 80 & b7 h. CHARLES S'l RtET.
Between Pratt and Camden streets. near ihf
ToUcco lns4c iioii Wan houaes,
B1L1 IflOBE. -
Libtral ndvancti made on consignments.
N. B. We have recently removed to our
new and extensive Warehouses, upon Soi.tti
Charles Slieti. where we lint iho ,lvntUcT
ol a Rail Koad tiack ot our own, (connectnie
..... L. :.U Tl X. h Ij . : f . ?
uumiiurr nun lire u. a j. (vaiiway.j Bud
aie mus enaoiea 10 receive an our consign
men 1 nneu eui in car loatis, iree ol Dray
ave. VleriMrf. mImi. evev In'ititv In. tl... .a
o ? j '
ttipt aud tale ol Tobacco, h lour, Provisions
trul ei.li.rii I'lirfiiim opiipmllr.
. VVeseudacoircclstaienieiitol the Markets
monthly, to our irienus, or oltener tf desired
jum ium lyr. .
ISAAC MORRISON'S ESTATE. '
TV! OliCE if- heieby given, that Lemuel S
Ivi PaMie, ixetuu.r ol ihelast Will and
lestarnnit of Jaaac Notni-on. Istat ci in ton
(ouuty , oerebttd, but- tiled lit the Tiubaie
Court ol i-aid iiuuty his actouutstiul vouch
eia lor ii F ft lion , and filial fettk nnt, and
that taid accitnts will be iafsd 111011 by
aaid touit rn ifeiSd cfa ol, Otiotrr,
.Trtln
200,COO
i iUl FOR liErtfFLE!
CAPITAL CITY AS T-VX10N;
, HRUNELL & CO'S.rSECdND GREAT
f piFT tl'TlHrVTIl'F. , , .
, .The c'roprielort lai, great plea unre in
announcing to ike rilrzeni of the Uiion,
that in roneo.oenr of the. great talis-
i fi.ciion uaftiistiil by the' liciel-hold
er I their f rst great rii-ririillon, ted
I :lr ii.m'v tJiViisenrt H.lii iiaiions tri m all
ruff ( tie iiiii.ir, 10 re'ulioii to
linhei thev intended getiuig up annlh
tt iiir-lriluiiou if Gilts lor tbe people,
1 fir; have, an in ieiie mlUj, been en
abled ip efTtr to their thouaanda of pat-1
ten tie loltowioit TalunMe. tnagnifi.
rem. nt miptei edenied RR1LLIANT
SCHFMK. o be diftrihiited is aoou at
he 300 0C0 Beautiful Engravingof the
('APUtu.'t Ohio are distributed among
'l-eir Patrons. The price ol the Engra
villus is I ol One Dollar, and tit parlor
i n an. eni it cannot be uriaen'.
Read attentively the following list of
heaiitilul and (csilv kills, which will
l-e stilni tnrily distributed by 1 coin
ii inee ot ten. selected one fiom each
State where the largest number of sub
icribers are obtained:
1 Farm in the Sia'.e of Indiana 110.000
1 do iu Ohio 8.000
1 do do B.000
2 Four story Buck Dwelling and
Lot. in Colonics. Ohio 6 800
1 du do do do-..6,500
1 Beauii'ut recidrmt in the
loiMint Mi Vernoi 5.500
iTvo-Siorv Bri k Building in
(hiiliioihr 3,500
I Fink Cottage and lot in Col
umbi a 3 000
I do do do 3.000
1 Frrrre do do do 2.600
1 llai'dstme fiuiitrv lesidenre iu
Sego, rerry county, Ohio-1,500
4 Spiendid building lots in Col
umbus, at 12,000 3,000
10 do do do 11.500 15 000
4 dn rli Cleveland 6 0C0
1 Grand Action Pian (Chicker-
ings 1,200
1 Gold Watch, set witb Dia.
n.nuds 1.000
5 Gold U hi-If s, at (500enh"2.5CI
10'R'seniod Pianos, tl 1,500-. 5 000
10 do do tt 4(0 4 CC0
10 do do at 3(0 3.0C0
CO Gold W'eiches.at 815C 7.500
1G0 do at 1C0-..-.. 10.000
100 do at 75 7.500
1C0 do at 40 4.000
300 Fiver do tl 20 6,000
500 ly do tt 15 7,500
10C0 Ladie's Gold Breast Pins
at 4 4.C00
200 co Brochs shawls at 6S5 b COO
500 do S;lk l'tt'ss Pal tern.
at 20 10.000
5CC0 Gold Pencils, tt $3 15.CCL
ItOCO Gold Pens, wilh Silver
Cases, at J2 20 000
20000 Gold rings.at 61 60 each 30.000
12064 do al 1.00 each-. . 12.0b4
Eery pun haeer of the splendid larrie
Lithographic Engraving, will receives
Certificate of Membership entitling
them to a thsnceiu the above list ol
valuable and costly Gifts for the Peo
pie. The Engravings ran be sent h
ji. ail without being damaged,) to any
t eti. rl the toontry.
1 eisuns w it-hing to act as Agents for
us will please tend a recommendation
e'-nded by the Postmaster or some other
influential and well known person in
Mie lace where they reside.
To Uit'te peisonatho have been act
11. A ten is for us in our fonner Dia-
liibntion, this is not required.
All older with the money enclosed,
lee ol poslsge, will meet with prompt
iiieuiinn.
In order to prevent mistakes, sgeuts
und oiling t re bami 1 1 i i-g moriey to us
will pleaae have it sealed 111 the pres
eme ci the PoKtmsster, and the amount
entered on the way bill.
e prepay all our letters, circulars
9'C to our c gen is and correspondems
and expect them to do tbe same with
ta
Ai-euis warned ineve ry town, whom
we will luini'h mi 1I1 poaiers, (irculars.
n helulfS, lnalruc lions, &c, on appli
cation a, pur office, or by mail post pnid
For lurther particultri see the descrip
live bills, &c.. or enquire at the 1 fii e
No. 2. V U-m is Llctk, Town Sueei
Coluu.bus Ohio.
BRUMLL&CO.
-Pbci mm ns.
lOllil Lllil IAD MlliE liiADL!
B. BELL k GO.,
iniiecttie iianu'acturrrs ana iJeaiers in
BOOTS. SHOES. HATS. CAPS,
LEA'IHER. 6HOK FINDINGS Fc
A'o. 6, Enterj.rite Block, Front St.,
PORTSMOUTH ," OHIO,
tl AVE the pleasure of announcine to the
LA trade in genenl, that they are nowjjll
leg ihcir large shoe warehouse, with a more
abundant slock than ever, diiect from the
nanus ol the test manufacturers East, and
theii ow u workshop at hoine;' consisting of a
greaj variety ol the lest:lassof goods suited
to il wanU ol this country lor the Fall Trade.
All dealersat W'HOLESALEare earnestly in
vited to call before puichasing. and examine
for themsehea their extensive stock now on
hand, au 1 still coming in, as thev feel assurec
ol their ability to please in quality and price.
Their la rtelv increased trade a fiord a one ev
idence ol tAe favor with which their manntr
ol doing business ha6 been lettived, and whi'e
they testily to tt liberality of tlieir patrons
and frirnds, they reiterate the assurarue thai
tliey wilUpare no pains to reuoer entire sat
islaction. Iheirs'.oxk is large, manufactured
mostly in their own shore, and by contract
to their order. Their facilities lor doing a
larpe business are auuniianily ample, lliey
sell only at wnoie&aie. have but okk Pkict,
and will warnnt all their goods as thev rep
itaent tliem, An exanihiati.-n of their good
mm priori, is mpeciiuiij eoiiciea.
September 22. IbM. 3roo. ;
110. lailiLIiUIN ti to.
. ir.PK.Tt Cr R TkC til c ne r.' .
Virginia & Kentucky Manufactured
T I . I- r ...
n j j t
AKD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, '
No. I, bvcKETK Elock, Fkont St
, ' 1'OR'lSMOUTH, OHIO. - .'
. r ilut pRlirt'
October 3. 1854. ' .
1 fil'ASKEE Ox Tokes, at the Gilt.Anvi
IU DlilJiLltfl. CAMrEELLfVtVi
NEW STOCK OF
1505.
1655.
1T A UK EE. MOTIONS!
1 1 ! 1
i - -:
LATE. ARRIVAL!.'!
tisve just received tnr Spring Stocl
I i-otnprisifig a treat variety of FANCY
end STAPLE NOTION'S. Dealers and
others are Invited to call before purch
tsine eUew here, as they will find a com
plete tssortment, and at prices ibat u ill
roinpre w itii anv tsiiblihmf nt of the
kind in Ibis iectidii of the country.
The follow iiiK art t ies rorrtpilse a part
of my extensive assortment:
150 packs pint.
200,000 percussion caps.
600 dozen spool cotton.
50 gross 'bullous.
50 dozen suspenders.
ISO U skein cotiou.
1 i lb sering silk, .
5 In twist silk.
500 pros hooks tnd eyes.
30 dozen razor t'rops.
3C0 dozen combs, all kinds.
50 reams cap, letter and note piper,
20 000 envelopes.
300 dozen tepes.
130 dozen soap.
40.000 fish hooks.
25 gross fish lines.
20 gross lead pencils.
IOO.O0O needles.
100 bundles wafers,
40 dozen knives.
30 dozen scissors.
10 gross spoons.
20 gross jew s harps.
3 gross French harps,
30 dozen slates.
3000 slate eiu ils.
30 gross ihimble.
1 00 dozen port monaies.
nn iu . 1 .
juu 1 u pmrui lllienti.
in ne 1 1 a 11 cnarms and rings.
Ltl bracelets.
Ladies' work boxes and re'icules.
Fine hair brushes and combs.
Guita cercha, pufl' aud lonu combs.
S S mid S S S fine combs.
Skirt ar.d dress w Imleboue.
orset aud shoe laces.
Stilel'oes, eianiics and sleeve bands,
1 te tli an.! -mil bri.he-i.
bteel pens and holders.
Match safes.
Alabaster ornaments'.
Linen cc coHtu, floss at crochet cotton
Zejilur worsted ami needles.
Gold finger and earrings.
Gold, plaied and uoniniou jewelry; am
other ariicles too numerous to
-lorttcn
larize
CIGARS A AD TOBACCO!
Deilers mid r. 1 tip rs purrhasing Cigar"-
will lind 1 l.e li.rrpt b 1 0 (.' k in the Cin
vaniv, In m $b to 30 or M. An a!l
ihi line cikisiir iii m i) 11 f Hinted 011 the
pien i-i-.-, i iirih-Mf rs i .' line 1 i,;;ir- nm
i;eUi l ui-i 1. keiti. j, ho qiHim nt i-i
r ;m tor. a sj!'-! u:i'n-!i is giia
anteer! u, .li ,n'e:. Also oli hud.
Cateif' r t; ii:d I Ine Cot ClieiviiiL To-
briii (.. f i t e , i)c. at iliR Uir Notion
S'tre i.exi to the Vai'ev bank, Second
Street. R. DAVISON.
CiiiLLicoTHE. O.. March 2. 1655.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
1'' HE Board ol School Kxaininers of
I Vinton ouuty, will hold their re
(.ulur inceiiigs for the examination of
candidates on the FIRST SATURDAY ol
each mouth at the school room of O. T.
Gunning in Mc Arthur, commencing at
10 o'clock A. M. At every examination,
a certificate of good moral character re
cently signed by at leas' two respousi
ble persons, w ill be requirer ol each can
didate, aud the Examiners would espe
cially guard individuals against recom
mending any person who is iu the habit
ot using proline language or indulging
iu intoxii aiing drink, or in any othei
aotial vice, or immorality.
O. T. GUNNING.
Clerk Board School Examiners, V. Co
Feb. i, 1655 ly.
U1GGS HOUSE,
PL R2 SMOOTH, OilIO.
f I ''HE subscriber having leused the above
J- House, i formerly the Uniicd Slates Ho
lei.) andhavini: made a comulete lenovatiot
pnbro lurnisheii the houtewijh new Furniiore
iluooghout, respectively invites the traveling
public to give turn a rail.
HIS TABLE
Will elwayscontain the best that the market
affords, and no means mil be spared to make
all lom'ortable. JOHN ROW.
('. I(rh. 1664 .
VUifeliii.gUii. luion Insu
rrmc ConipMiiy.
Clfkc in ltm lllutk,ioriitrSuperior-St-bird
Public qnuif,
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
capital mm,
f I ' HIS well known Home Company is pre
JL pared, as usual, to lake risks on tho sa
lt r classes ol Proierty. Iheir means are
ample, aud tlieir rules are as reusouoDie as
ihi'te ol any sound Company.
CCi NO SPECIAL HAZARDOUS OR
STEAM RISKS TAKEN.
OFFICERS:
D B. Dunham, President,
Geo. Mygati, Vice President and
: Treasurer,
'). N. Skeels, Secretary,
Geo. B. Seii'.er, General Agent.
DIRECTORS:
George M; gait, Cleveland,
F.T. Backus, f do.
A.' b. bund (old, 'do.
' Jui ob i erkins, do,'
' Penjamin Northrup,(io. ' .
Gto. B.' Si nier, do. .
' (). N. keels. do.
Vj. B. I'tn.Um, : do.
W- Ci k. "do. .' '. ' .
limuihy IluUer, Norwalk, ' -
joiuiCiarh, Bruuswidc, -
J. 1' Kouij.sou, lit cllord. . . I
.VV. M. iour.ii. Cleveland, (West side.)
( . . E. F. BINGHAM. Aoekt, -jiili0'55
6ni McArihur, Ohio.
Mil.ini W FIitlTI;, -'
MR. GRiGGSwill be at McArihur with
a laige asortuientoilruit trees, and Or
niii.eulal alirubery, which car be obtained ol
him personally - at reasonable i prices on the
fcbih, iiuli, aud iOih, ol November. Itl5.
Aud he will also deliver to subscribers a.i
Villus per tree, who nay band llir uanei
to the following Agents: Wiliiam Gold,
Vintou furnace, ii. P. Hewitt, B. .Braiiou.
McArihur. X S.fiRlGGS
Oct, 4ld, 1855. tC A , , ; ;
JOBVOIin.rjfeveiydKiuitM neatU
1
t
.IRIOI (JA L i.LIViLI Bl7
JOHN HAWK, I
MAIN STREET, Mc ARTJIUR, OTUO, -
rmltr in all M ot t
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. HARD
WARE. QUEENSWAUE. HATS
APS. BONNETS. BOOTS f-
1 ' - SHO'iiS. HEADY MADE
LOTH 1 NO, IRON &
KAILS, &c. Also,;' " j
..' . ' , A-ient for ' i .
LOUDON & Co's. POPULAR. FAAULV
nir.Lii.M, ,1
IS just receiving Irom Cincinnati, one of ihf
Largpst a.id best selected stocks of New
t'ashiouable and
CHEAP. GOODS
Ever brought to.McArtliur, expressly for th.
Winter trade, which ht is deiermined to sel
on 1 lie most reasonable terms.
Just rail and see my New Goods befoo
purchasing elsew here.
Bring along your Produce, for in the wa
of Barter he will giv you as good bargains u
thongh you brought the Cash.
Novfnilier 17, 1654. 1st, c. ly.
A PuMic Invilalion.
IIKKOCK k lire,
HAVING just opened t Wholesale and
Retail HAT VI OKK in PorUmouth.
on Front Street, between Market and Jeffer
son, they invite AIL to call and examine their
Hock or
Un la nn. fn.. ClM Ml 1.
i.iusuuu laj'i, onun uuuu.v, iruilhS.
4 luliws, L'nij'ct Dugs, I'mbicllas It,
OP KVLRT DE8CHIPTI0N.
ruri hawrs can at all times find at our es
lablishnteiit a lull and complete tssortmen
of the richest and most desirable styles, al
well at the most common fabrics. Our lonu
experience in the business, and knowledge oi
manuiuciuriiig.wiin the lacilitiPt lor purcha
Kii g, are such lliut we are confident we can
sell lower man any other House in the West
FURS of all kinds wanted, for which th
highest prices will be paid.
Portsmouth, November 4, 1853. ly
U. . MURRAY, P 11 XIUBRAT, JAS. al'KFAf
mm i id
I . a 1 i a
0?
nn - t jm tj- i i. h iri iiph pm n
U.AIICWAKE AND CUTLER V
S!GA'0FTH ffl FROM ST.
PuKlS.ViWl.TH. OHIO,
E w ill dunlicate bills with anv reguh.
illiiiu Iluiiae iu the West. Coiulrymn
hunts. Inn.Bce pmprirlors. railioad contrm
;ois.tiiid others, willaubsetve their interests lr
giving us a call.
May 19. 54. I v.
M LGEN EINtEEKANTMACHUNG !
PATENT LltlllD ULVE.
Vi-liv,
- - 23 eui
'I
llhS ie!elrli'd and very useful artic't
tile in vi utioii of a le.iebrated Enulis
C It. 1 1 i.-f . rtinl mnch used iu Europe is no
ou"-ieii in c Politic al a price that pluces
in ilie. reach of all.
05" No I lousekeencr should be without i ,
- . : . I. .1 . . -r . .i . ....
us ii ii mis nriicie rnev can liiio.ediatelv ti
it1
air ny ar.itlv ol Furniture, such hs Chin i
hifis or Wood, that ii.hv liMfi been broken -
without thi iriuible and ex.iens.' ol seii.in.
it to the Cabinet Ml.ers. Fur sle at
K. A. BRATTON '
ACCOUNT BOOKS!
II AVING a large Stock of Day Books.
I Journals ami Led.crs. iimde ol exin
lent paper ami bound well in slnvn, win
Morocco or Rtissiun bauds. 1 w ill sell them
lor a lew mouths at Piticts SuiiPRibiNou
Low!
Those in want of Dlunk Bo As and who
hnv lor use or to sell again can have bureuiiu
thut uilluitifjy themiclvta und suit the timet,.
1 his is saj nig a good deal I mean w tut I
ay. J. R. WHITTEMORK,
No. I, Union Block. Second st.
' ; 'miiy8.'55l
asiM,n, ihiius tV Co.,
Vuccrsiors fo Uuwptun, Hison d Co.,;
holesaif Dealers in
rcKtTfCN &. CCN E&TIC DRY-GCCCE,
Ao. 45 Wcod k 11.2 Uiiitl Si lifts,
Pl'lTSlUC P..
ARE now opening a very complete assort
ment ol Dry Goods, and bv the firM
M'ptcinler will U- able to exhibit'a very at
Hacinestock. They respedlully invite an
early call Irom all engaged iu the trade.
Aug.23.'55 3mo. .
1r ORE GCOCS &. GROCERIES,
have just received a new supply oi V au
PapehbhiI Borders; the largest lot tei
hiought io McArihur.
yr'J Also. COFFEE. Rice, Molasses. To
Jtiiii2.iiAcco'8, &c; allot which I will sed
at ihe lowest figures. E. A. Bbaitok.
MARGARET CASMI.LS ESTATE
rVi ottte is hereby given, that ihe undersikn
1 haslwii appointed and duly qualified
as noiiiiuisirairix oi ine estate ol Mar aiei
Cusail I, late ol Vinton ronnlv. defeated.
Aug. 25th "bo LEV IS A. ATWOOD.
Ic Jlooks,
AND other Gi cda in his line tf Business
aiereieitedbv Express almost every
week from Boston, New York, and the Cities
ol ihe est. by J. R. W HI HEM ORE,
may IS55. Second St.. Chillicothe, O.
At rRATTSviLLE, wish to purchase HiJts foi
which the Ingi esi market price will be given
ranoarv o.icoa. u.
CHAS. A.M. DAMARIH. ' LEWIS C. DAMAR1H
CHAS. A. M. DAMARIN & CO..
WHOLESALE GltUCEHS
ANU DEALEU8 lN-PSOUL'fJi
No. 55, Front Street,
FORT8 MOUTH., OHIO.
Jnnnan Tt.li. pS,i4. 1 .
ON HAND AGAIN7" "
WITH A FALL AKD WINTER STOCK OF
BOOTS & SHOES,
S ,i m a i . . ...
a ' r. iBAti to are uow leceiving
tla-ir full stork of Boots. Short, Hats
wnd Leatlier, amh ihey leave to fnviaj tlie
aiieuiioit oi wholesale aud retail dealers to
examine Iheir stock, feeling w illing to assure
you that they ran give you goods upon such
terms as will he perfectly saitelactory.
Their stock s B'06tly ordered of the
inanulactuiers. aud it has been their thief de
sign to select en assortment ol both . " '
, STABLE & FANCY,'4" -
but adapted to the approaching season. They
also keep Custom V ork constantly on hand.
end make work to order, upon ihe shortest
notice togrtber with an assortment nf Hats
ul varied styles, allot which (her will wll
at low figures. i . . : -..i
4 wo doors above the frmklin Hcuse,
Froatitiw.'PDRTSMOLTlri.QrrA
TS--
'Ire coring- th Sick to an extent uerer
' before known of taj Meilcine.
iNfiLlDS, EliD iKD'JUDCI FOR IODR!ELTEJ
ICT.ES HAtJKt, E... th w.ll ruowa ffrftmv, at
cawtnui urMi, Plultd.lptit wbn. djotca prnduut
an twnd M tlnoM av.ry toiltUMm .1
" I am biuy lu nf ol youi Cuii.rno PiLU,tt1 1
hivt txina iImoi a beittr family iuIicib tx touiioou
, tktn tuy atkar Hliin my knowMg. Many vl m
fntnU, hirt raaliud niaiked Imd,(1u from llMm ant .
lucid, wilh ma ia haliavin,! tlul tliy puatm aftraoidi.
narjr riimaa kt dririn eul 4imun mu4 curing lL tick.
1'l.tjr an not not) Spinal kut aafa aji pIhmm t S
taktn, qiialiii,, liicli Bual niaka Uiam vaiuad kr Si
(Hiblia, wtwu Uiajr an knows."
The TMtrabM Cbaneallor WAEDLAW, wnta bom
Baltimore, liih April, lSMi
"Da. J. C. AritSiri I bava Ukan jroul PUkMHiJh
fTMl twneflc, for Um II,iIwhiw, lanruor, luaa of aptMliw,
and BiIhmi, uaadacoa, wkich haa f lata ymn ovarukM
ia In Uw auriaf, A fw dimt of jruir Pilla curod mo
1 Bavo uaod your Liwrry e.rloral many toara ia ne
faiuily fur ftxijlia and otdda wllh iiufailiaf aueeoaa. You
Bilk, RiMicliioa which cr, and I foal It a laaiiro ta
cuoioioud you for tM ood ou hava dona (ud arodulkt."
40HN F. BEATTY, lit. Sac of tha fan, tillroad.
Co., uyt t
"itt Ofitt, nvTaaWpMa, ar. I), tgJt,
" Sir l I lako plaaanro in adding niy tavliinoov lo lb
offlcacy of yoiir mcdicinaiv bavin darlrad vary malarial
banath from ilia uao of both your Pacmral aud Cailiarrta
Pitta. I am navar wlllioul Hum In nay family, o aliaJll
aver cohmdI to bo. wtiil, my maana mil proeuro UrnuT
Tha wldaly nnownad a B. STEVENS, M. D.,of Waw
worth, S. II., wrilnt
flaTing u.ad your CarauiTio Piixa la By praetica, (
eoriify irura oiuarlanc. tbal lliay aia as IuiOuimi jkjsv"
(aiiro. Ia caaaa of dianrdarad fiinctiiwu of Ua lwTr
cauain( haadarlia, inrliarrati, coativanoao, a (a ir,a
vuMria .!.. hiii a i a ihi na i ami raiuaoa
tliau any oiliar. In all tw wliaro a purjiliva ramar
ia Winr,d, I aonAdanlly racommand tltaM Pilla In II
public, aa auporior to any otliar I hava aror twod. Tbaf
ara aiir in tlieir oparatiun, and parfarlly aafa, quahtiaf
wlilch maka rliam ail invaluable article lur public uaa. I
have lur many year, known your Carry Ptturml u tba
but (Joiif U medicine in luo world, ajid IbaM Pilla are la
no wiM inrariur to tliat admitabio preparatloa V May
treatment of dineaaea."
Momt,M.,fnm.ta,m.
"Dm. J. C Aria-Dear Sin. J bavo bees amides'
frum my birth with atrofula in iu wor.t form, and now.
after twenty yeara' trial, and an untold of amount of euS
(liny, have (wen completely cured in lew weeka lur
your Pilla. With what feelini
With what feelinta of reiolcii.i f write, can
only be imagin
and bow tout.
' be imagined w han you realize wkat 1 air eufflMHL
" Never until now bar I been tree Iron this loathaoesk
dlieaae in aoine ahape. At limee it attacked aiy eyea.
and made nve aiuiuat bliiui. beideo the. iinendurabay
pain at othera il aettled in the acalp nf my head, ana
deatruyed n.y hair, and baa k4 me partly bald all liar
daye ; aomedinee it came out in niy face, and kept Illy
muntha a raw ante.
11 About nine weka ago I commenced, raking your Ojt
thartie Pillrf, and now am entirely free from tlx cotnpleuii
My eyee are well, my akin la fair, and my hair baa eon
nienrrd a liealthy grvwUi all of which make ma feHrl
already a new per.on.
Milling thia atatement may be tha meana of conveylaa
Inlbrniaiion dial aliall do good lo oUiere, I ara, Willi evey
aeuiimeni of graiilude, Youra, tie, ,
MARIA RICKEa.' '
" I have known the above named Maria Rickar from tart
Childhood, and bar autenienl ia atrictly true. - :
ANDREW J. ME3ERVB, j
Overaeer of the Purtaniwilb Manufacturing Co, '
Ctn. JOEL PRATT, of die eblp Marion, writee 6cTA.
Bo-Ion, llh April, 1854 1 . ,.
" Your Pilla have cured ine frum a bllioui attack which
aroae from derangeincni ol die Liver, which had becutm
very aerioua, I bad failed of any relief by my Phyelclan,
and from every remedy I could iry, but a lew duaea if
your Pilla have completely tutored me to health. I have,
given them to my children for wnmie, with like bed
erTecu. They ware promptly cured. I recomiuendew
them to a friend fur cotiveuoae, which had truublad him.
(or month, ; lie told me in a few dnya Uiey had cured bin
You make Uie beat medicine in tlie world, ami 1 an bar
lo aay au."
Read thia from tbe diitinguhhed Solicitor of the Bupreroa
Court, whoee brilliant abilitire have made him weji
known, not only in diia but the neighboring State,
A'rw OMeana, ilk Jfril, 1854
" Sir: I have great aalinfacrion in aaaiiringyuu that tray
Mlf and family have beeu very murh benedted by yoar.
niedicinea. My wife waa cured two yeara alnce, of a
aevrre and dangeroiia euugb, by your Ciiaaar PaoToauk,
and alnce then ha, enjoyed perfect health. My childieat
bare aereral limee been cured from attack! of Ihe Into
enia and t'mup by it. It la aa Invaluable remedy tar
llieee coiiiplaima. Your Cithabtic Pnxa have entlrelir
cured me frum a dynnerwia and coativeneee, wbich bar
grown upon me tur come yeara, Indeed tliiacure laniicb.
more imp.iri.int, from trie fact that I had failed to gal relief
from the bent Phyaiciaua wbich Uila aaction of tliecoautl)"
airunli.,aud frum any nf die nuiueroue remediee I had takes.
" You ,cem to ua, lluclor, like a providential bletaiuf a
our family, and you may well ,uppoaewearaaotiinuliir
Ail of it Yuura nKpectfully, .
LEAV1TT TnAZTEBe
u StncU Caeman-, Okie, April StA, 1SK
" Da. J. C. Aria liuiiurad Sir t I have made a luoft
ough trinl of die CiTHarria Pill,, left me by your agent
and have been curod by Hum of the dreadful Rlieuoiariaax
under which be fuuiid me differing. Tha flfat doeore
lieved me, and a few aiibaequcnt duaee hava entirely
removed the di'oaiie. I feel in better health now than ait
eoiue yeara before, which I attribute entirely to tlie tlul
M your Iathibtic riLU.
Von r, with great reaiwcl.
LCC'ICa B. METCALr,".
The above are all from naraone who are publicly taowu
where they reside, and who would not make Uieto aratex
menu without a thoruuiU conviction that they were Uu
Prepared by J. C. AYER,
Prtottotl tnd Analytical Caemlst, lovsU, Man,
;'ON, McArihur. 0.; J. Vorhef, AIdsik; U
Oulow. Loguiij Dr. J. H. C. Miller, Jackson
'' H.. ami by Dealer in Medicine evrry--here.
July S7.'5ft 4rno. '
i O. FWITI.ASD'
D. c roosW
BOOT k SHOE STORE,
AND '
M A X U FAC TORY , ;
swetlakd&.ccgswell;
Opt osiie the Mc -f rthur bouie, .f
RETURN their sincere' thanks to their,
numerous friends and customers, lor
ihe very liberal patronage extended lo lliern
in the past season, aud take pleasure in an
nouncing that tin y are now receiving at thert
Hoot and Shoe Cepot the largest end bestsV
'ected Slock of 4
licois il Slices ; "
Ever brocght to McAithur; consisting IP
;u part of . Fyi,
GtrNTLEMENS' BOOT8 & SHCE8,
Congress Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather Kid
'lop Prince Albert's, Gents Patent Leather,
Drab Cloth. Kid top, Prime Albert't; Gent
Jersey Cut kskin hoes, Gents Opera Slippers;
logeiner with every variety of Fine auA
Coarse calf akin. Kip and Morocco Boots and
.Nhoes. Also, Ladies Boots abo hoei;
Ladies Buskin Guiter Boots, Ladiea' enamel
ed Jenny Lind's R. R.; Ladies' Morocco Jen
i-y Lind's R. R., Ladies' Congress Gaiters;
Indies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes, Ladies' en'
umellrd Morocco. Shoes,- Ladies' Victoria.
Fancy hoes Ladies' Fancy Top Roots, La
dies' Fancy Buskins, bronzed tops. Ladies'
Blue Gaits, Ladies Colored Sanders Gaitert.
Mso: Misses Boots tnd Shoes, Misset Kid
Boots and Gaiters, Misses Fancy colored
Garters, Misis enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Childrens' Boots and hoes, Children! ctlf.
ieged; Shoes, Childrens' Fancy shoes. -Childrens'
Fancy Gaiters, and every o'.htr variety
of Ladies', misses' and childrens' wtar, jjuie,
and Coarse. , , , . v. .. " x0 '.
We have any number of Workmen en
gaged,' that is necessary, and aie prepared to
ti rl orders at the shortest notice. ! ' ' .
fjC"All of our Gooda will be sold atpri,
ces that will give satisfaction! ' Call and
amine for yourselves ,,, .-, ;,; ,
II, II. JOHNSON,
(SUCCESSOR TO JOSEPH J0&E3,) JJ
, .BEALBHia - , mtWi.
ffifdiral, Tbtoloiirol, Blank ' and lit
uioui Hook., SUlionerj and Wall Pap r,
: ....... .tfc ' '
- cniLLicoTfiE? bmor
Books received frornTriTas!eiiTT!lArT
ket a their' earlieatlpiiblicatjoii,; 6r, ordered
when desjred. qn i r - hi 'T:"j
. .' - STEtNi tc BROTHSRrJW:
.Wo n ufa 1 1 u rtr tnd XVhoittaU dialjrt ff
No. 316 BALTlMORisTIEEtii-
BETVVESS HowAJt,iAtl LlUTr4TC
Wt wtwi nip,;'
Gente.Buckskiu Gaiters Gtnts. Congress GaWU
ers.Gents Fancy Ehoes.Gents Oxford Pumps.
Gents Enameled NuirTers,' Gentt Entme'ed
Icty 9W.Hy. " ' " 'V

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