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FAMILY IltPIOIXtS!
E, A, BRATTON,
MAIN ST MEET, JIcAitTIIUM, O
'fftEl constantly on hand the following
ijl ueuuux ana ropuiar ncaicinft:
I'1LLS.
Seller's LiwfHfe, (Dr. Xee'sfiila.
TVOffAf MEDICINE.
Caller's Ye rmifi ge. Drs. Join McX's do.
COLGI1 SYKUP.
Seller's Imp'l C. S., Dr. Joue ' Conch Srmi.
JJXIMEXTS.
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. B. Liniment
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Relief do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Rathe iron, Veg.uihle Hair Oil, fl
Bears OH, (pure,) Eau Dc Cvlopte. rt
Castor Oil, Sweet Oil,
BiitifchOil, Oil of Spike,
Herlem Oil, Mod icamenturs. '
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, Batesmau's Drops,
Sloan's Condition Powder; and Essence of
ell kinds. All of (lie abovn lledM.uies we
leceived di reel from the proprietors, tad war
ranted to begenuiue.
April 6. lEfS. tf
CUM k GAMfflSER,
DRUGGISTS,
r
B? WlUiES YlLl.E, UlllO,
"7ZEP constantly on hand the folnwing
XV genuine and popular fainily wluutff
FILLS. Sellers Liter Fills, Mc Lai lie's
LUer Pills, Aver' Tills.
COUGH REMEDIES. Seller's Imperial
Cough Syrup. Ayer's Cherry I'ertoral, Seller's
tllvn iSvriip, aellrr s nvruii or Niuills.
WOF.M M EU1CLN ES.-Eellcr s Vermifuge,
McLaine's Vermifuge.
LINlMENTS.-ll.O. F..rn-1'g Indian Lin
lmenl, Gardner'. Volatile Liniment. Kaditny'.
Reedy Keln-f, l ain Cuier, Lnpini Opidildor,
HAIIi TOJN'ICS.-Lyon's Kaiuairun, G, S
GaTlorde,
Aj.so: A large and well Kleried stork of
Urugs,Medicints.UilK, i'aintsanu J.)e-btu(Js;
11 lor sale at Um lowest prices.
Oct. 27th, 180-1. I y.
uooTsTsTioiST
TUST received rlw largest and lifsl selection
J of Boots and Shoes ttr tencd in this
uiatKei, (Oiisisiingol '
Cents. Knamtled Brogann,
Calf
'Buttoned Congress Guitort,
" Worrocco Sliicrs,
" Frtnilil'4ilf Boots,
Qladies Eiuuncled Lace Boots,
" tioat ' "
" SuwihI " "
Intd (i .lite re,
Fatent Leather "
" KiiHim led Ji-nnry Lind's,
I " i'atcnt Sea Bubkins,
; " Fanry Enameled "
I " " Bliptrt.
Cbildrens' Kid Laced Boots,
" F'anny "
" Roan -I
" Rid Feg
I ' Enameled "
j Goat " "
" Fancy "
Misses -Kid Slippers,
" iFa ncy Laced Boots,
Tofttlier with ee:y variety -of Bo
Shies, of Mens', VVoinens' and ch
wear, at the Ion eft prices, at
;r.RATTON
1 1MN !.. CAI1 i' iii i. A-w,
Importrn und Wholouit anil Rctuil Mkn iu
Hardware. Suddlry, Iron, GlaH,
Ac, Ac.
WOULD respectfully informthoir friends
aud the public thattliey havn at length
not into llteir splendid new room, and hae
fitted it up eipresely for the Hardware trad,( in
the burnt district) under the sign of the GILT
ANVIL, East side of Faint, between Water
and 2d sts, where they are opening, in addi
tlonto part of tbeir former slock, a large and
desirable stock of American, German and
Ewtlish Hardware, Saddlery, Iron and Glass
together with all articles usually kept in Hard
ware stores, and invite all to-call and -titkea
look at tbeir new room sjk! examine thtir
stock..
They have conluiood a stock of Goods
their OLD STAND, sign .of the Mill Saw, on
Tagert's equaie, (under llie Inmiediate rare
one 01 the firm) where the? iiaveibcen sojIh
erally patronized the past jcar, for which the.(
take this opportunity ol rcturninc triow n
cere thanks, and solicit a. continuance of the
Mme for both -establishments, promising
Keep as good uoous and t-ell as low as auy 111
tma market.
May 10, 1853. n-19 lj
lHAS. A. W. DAMARIN & Co
R
ECE1VED direct from Nw Orleaiw,
575 hbds fair to prime N. O. Sucar;
zu " ctanned do.
169 bis loaf, crushed f. pulverized sugar
54 bxs white Havana, for candy and syr
upai
3337 big N. O.Molases:
75 do "St, James" choice sugar H, mo
usse;!
100 do Common sugar H. molasses. '
10 do Golden syrup;
65 Tes- Kice;
3U0 lags Rio and Java nohee:
t WYiicb, together with a full and completed
eiock of.
Woodwaee Buckets, tub, zine washboards,
Blooms, occ.
Faorrs & Nuts Figs, rasins" almonds pe
4ns, E. Walnuts, fjlberu; Brazil nuts: &c.
Spicdj 'Ground ami ungrouud Pepper;
tMspicea; unnamon; cioves; ginger; nutmegs:
Fiaii mackerel; dried bertmg, codfish; tar-
suiea:
Teas A large aiock of frenh ImperLd; Y
Hou;runiowd7aiKi black tea:
Tobacco Fives; eight and pound plug of
good Virginia, AAjKouri and Kentucky brands
iso, ueage q- uro ajja omer good brands
01 o iwifii ujDacco:
Dw-eTtjrrs-ludi; copperas madder and
alum:
Susdrilt Soap; candles, starch, chocolate;
salxratus; soper carbonate of soda; apsutu
mm; lean; sdoi; warppmg paper; ftc., &c.
We will 6el at the ragular Cincinualli
wbolesal prices:
O. A. ,:DAAARINcCo.
rortsmouth. April ll. 185-1.
Steam Caliiiicl Faclorv.
J. II. WAIT,
Cosjin or JrrTEBSoi ap Setokp Stuiets.
fORTSMOUTH, OHJ0,
fALLS the atteplion of the cittern cf
V Via ton apd adjoining couu ties to bis w
iierior stock of
CABIiETi5VARB,
which he offers at wholesale or retail on reas
onable terms. Give him a call.
Orders attended to promptly,
'March 84J54. fy
ATTZ$TWFEVERY10DY.
4ttivrr lb.fisid fcr Pc, trd '
li all into, jf CtHXiW
NOTICE.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
. SHIP.
I HAVE tiiis-rUy 4i iuWestfi.il, Stew-art
d Co. my entire -ruttrest in 'the. Cincin
nati Furuitt Company, and am there foieuu
longer a partner therein,
r Cinum.anFcii'ac. June SI, 1S0S.
jul)i'0 4w JOHN KlBlSHSS.
no. u. iho-mx. t. m. aurora, jso. r-AuiotK
BABCOCK&CO.
umm man &
Cmi nn'ssi(tn McitJumiIs.
Ho. 6U67 IVutrr Street, EW vOBA.
Fdmary 17, '&J.-ly.
e. r. tract.
I. 0418.
C. P. TRACY & CO.,
Manufacturers ami Wholesale
UkALlB 11
J'.OOTS, SHOES, II ATS,
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
One deor kluw P. Ktnnry it fu'i Bank,
hont Strut, ruKTSMOl'TII, 0.
April 27, li05.lj.
IKON, NAILS AND STEEL.
nn ilfift.l'tiS. Rolled and 11am
lUU.UUU tmredlron.
AOOO Lbs. Norway Nail Rod.
OO Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nail"
3000 Lbs. square, round and oclauo..'
Steel. Just received at the (Jill Anvil.
DKNNINU, CAMPBELL & CO.
July W, lb03.
DR. DU N LAP,
v.
COT 'IHtT, McArthtir Houm.
McAHTllVIi, 01JI0.
Feb. 16, 1655. iy.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Binjnmin Allen, ri'tiT, 1
ngiiinst (Civil Action.)
John Shuts, lVI't. S
rpil K IVI. ndhHt will tuke notice t!mt tbe
J rtuiiilill in the above ca. on the Ith
day of Septemlvr, iKi5, cauised an Order of
Atta linn 11I to l ii-siH'd by Nathan fc'teel, a
Jiioliieof the IVme for Svun towihip,
Vinlmi county, Ohio, againbl llie goods,
L'battles.stoiks, ii).lit, credits, moneys, anil
efl't-rls of fuid l'trfi lulont, 'a non-resident
debtor of Kaid Yintoii county, to satisfy llie
claim of Die I'lainlifl for Filty Dollars and
cokts of suit, and that said cause lias been
cinilintied lor fir vice en said I'efniiluiit.aiiil
will le for hearing kfore said Justice at bis
oUtrc in said township, oil the 27lb day of
Oitiler, lb05, at 2 oVhck l'. u.
BENJAMIN ALLEN.
Vpt. an .tw
Si Hi HOLMES,
(Successor to Smith ami Holmes.)
MANfFACTl'RtRS OF
TTiu, Sliiti IniD, qdJ Copper Worn,
ALSO DEAI.H3, WIU'LUSALF. RETAIL, IS,
Stoves, Urutts. & Hollow Wart,
MARKET STREET, EAST SIDE.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
April I I504.ly.
G.ViANDERSON,
FOBWAHOlfiS AND COMMISSION MERL'llAST,
VEKTElt AVI1EEI.IAO WIlAltVES
WHEELING. VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Has large and extensive Ware Houses, and
is (nepaicd with every facility, to alteud to
all business, entrusted to tin care, properly
tie lorwaros 1 reiu uy car loans orouienvts
September 2,1853. lv
JAMES McCONNEL'S ESTATE.
N
OTIC'K is hereby given, that the under-
tinned liosllietn ai'ixiinted and Qualified
Executor of the. last Will and Testament of
James McConnel, late of the county of Vin
ton ,Ht eased. d'ATEICK MURDOCH.
wpt.13 3w
at
of
to
Uukcyo Ulock,
No. 1, Front 8treet.
DISSOLUTION.
T 11K co-partnership heretofore existing
JL elween the subscribers, under the firm
ol liakts ecJSuskirk, was this day dissolved
by .mutual consent. F. J. Oakes haviugsold
Iiim entiie interest to Misr. Gvarmt rTlma
If. Da is, all claims will be fettied,aiid debts
collected bj buikuk.&Davis. onr successors
F. J. OAKES,
jsi . A. W. JJUSItlBK.
A. W. rJOKIBR, OKO. DAVIS, CHAS. H. HA VW
IIUSKIDK k DAVIS,
(Siicresaor of Oake fit Btiskirk.)
.WHOLESALE GKOCEKS6
AMD
1FRCDUCE DEALER8,
Burkfje Work, jFruot Street,
I'UItTSMOUTU, O.
January 19, 1854,,-tf.
W. M. Stahh.
G. D.Tswkshubt
WttLEY STARR Si, 60NS.
GfiSER L. COBII RS1DS KBBfBANTI
foflM Bi of W.it.rn Fiodae
lEAr TOBACCO IXOOB. FEDV1S1CKS, fce.
Nos. b5&b7S. CHARLES STREET.
Between Pratt and Camden streets. near ta
Tobacco Inspection Wuohuuscg,
1! ALTlfflOEE.
Lt'6rof advances made on consfgnwinfa.
M. J3. Wa have recentlr kuihim.uA in n.,.
new ana extensive v arenouses, oiHin South
Charles Street, where we have the.
nf A Hhil Riififl frrtr-k fi mil nurn ........ :
. - vu, wuuum;i.UiK
our nouse wun me u. u. Railway,) and
are mug eoaoiea u receive all our umsigu
menu when sent in ai load, froa of Drav
aire, avehaui. also. eve.r laeilit fn? iho w
teipt and sale f Tobacco, Flour, Pioviaiona,
anil Western I'liviiirxi venrlv
tescjiaacorrecl6taU'menlof the Markets
niouaiiy-,to Aim- Jj if uils, Air otteuer if desired
I . in c 4 1
A. H. SAMSON,
AUorncy at Law,
rAiniLL. mim mm. omo.
YJ LL attend to all buisineas thot may
v at rnuusted to ntm. in Jackson. Yin
ton, Gallia, Law rente r Sejoto Couuties,
ISAAC MORRISON'S ESTATE.
TVT OT1CE is hereby civen. that lmuel S
X Tayne, Executor of the last Will and
Testament of Isaac Morrisoo, late of Viutcn
county, dcieased. hs filed hi the Probate
Court of taid county his teiOunls and vouch
ers for Inseclloi and final settle mr-nt, and
that said arcruuts will be passed upon br
said Court op tfei2d day of Octorw. 1&S5.
B. P. HEWITT. Fro. Jndw Y. C.n
..
$aoo,ooo
IX GIFTS FOII EE PEOPLE !
'CAPITAL CITY JLU T- t'AO.V,:
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
BRUNELL & CO S., SECOND GREAT
UirT DIRTBIUCT10N.
The proprietors take great pleasure in
amiounciug to ihe citizens of the Onion,
that in consequence of the great salts
faction uierrifealed'b the ticket-bold-ers
of their first great Distributioo, and
tbe many thousand solicitations from all
parts of tLe country, in relation to
w hetber they iuteuded getting up anotb
er .Distribution of Gifts for tbe people,
they have, an immense outlay, been en
abled to otor to their thousand of pet
rous the following valuable, magnifi
cent, aud unprecedented 'BRILLIANT
SCHEME, to be distributed as sooo as
tbe 300,000 Beautiful Engravings of the
Capitol of Oaio are distributed among
tbeir Tatrous. The price of the Engra
vings is but One Dollar, and as a parlor
ornament it cannot be surpassed.
Read atteutively the following list of
beautiful and costly gifts, which will
be satisfactorily distributed by a com
tnittee of ten, selected one from each
State where the largest number of sub
scriber are obtained)
I Farm lu the State of Indiana 610,000
1 do in Ohio 8.000
1 do do 6,000
2 Four-story Brick Dwelling and
Lot, in ColurubB, Ohio 6,500
1 do do do do-"6,500
1 Beautiful residence in tbe
town of Mt. Vnon-D-.500
1 Two-Story Brick Huilding in
Chillicotbe. 3,500
I Brick Cottage and lotiu Col
uinbus .....3,000
1 do do do ....3,000
1 Frame do do do 2,500
1 Uaudforae country residence in
fiego, Perry county, Ohio... 1,500
4 Splendid building lots iu Col-
uuibus, at 3,000 8,000
U do do do 11,500 15.000
4 do do Cleveland 6,000
1 Grand Action Piano (Cbicker. ,
ing's 1,200
1 Gold Watch, set with Dia. I
monda 1.000 !
5 Gold Wa tcbes, at $500 each 2,509
10 Rosewood Pianos, at 500-5.000
10 do do at 400
10 do do at 300
50 Gold Vatche8,al 6150
4.000
'3,000
7.500
100 do at
100 do at
100 do at
SOOSiver do at
51)0 do do at
100 10,000
75 ..7,500
40... 4,000
SO ...6,000
15 7,500
1000 Ladle's Gold Breost Tins'-
at 64...... ....4,006
200 do Brocba shawls at $25 5,000
500 do Silk Dress Patterns,
at $20.. 10,000
5000 Gold Tencils, at 63... 15,000
10000 Gold Pens, - with Silver .
Cases, at 2 ........20.000
20000 Gold rings.at f 1,50 each 30,000
12U64 do at 1.00 each-.12,084
Every purchaser of the Splendid large
Lithographic Engraving, will receive a
Certificate of Membership eutttllne
them to a chance in the above list of
valuable end costly Gifts for the Pro
pie. The Engravings can -be seat by
mail (without being durjaged,) to any
part of the country.'
DO3 F1K8T tCKK JJHEr 5BVI',
Persons wishing to act as Agcuts fot
us will please send a recommendation
signded by the Postmaster or some other
influential aud well kupwn person in
the place wheie they reside.
To those persons who have been act
iug aa Agents for us in our foimer Dis
tribution, this is not required.
All olders with tbe money enclosed,
dee of postage, will meet with .prompt
attention.
In order to prevent mistakes, agents
and others transmitting money to us
will please have it sealed in the pres
euce of the Postmaster, and the amount
entered on the way bill
W prepay all oui letters, circulars,
if-c, to our agents end correspondents
aud expect them to do the same with
UB,
Agents wanted in every town, whom
we will furnish uith posters, circulars
tclielules, instructions, &c, on appli
cation at our office, or by mail post paid
ror lurlUer particulars see the descrip
tive billB.Ac, or enquire at the office
No. 2, Walcutt'e JJlook, Iowa .Street
Columbus Ohio.
BRUNELL & CO.
PBOJUtlWOBB.
TO TlIK liCl'T AND SHOE TRADE!
R. BELL & GuY
rxtri 1 m 0 . t
wnoiesate manuiarturers ana .Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, CAPS,
LEATHER. SHOE FINDINGS. f-c,
No. 6, Enterprise Block, Front St.,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
HAVE the pleasure of announcing to the
trade in general, that they are now fill
ing their large shoe warehouse, with more
abundant stock thuu ever, direct from the
hands of the best manufacturers East, and
their own workshops at home; consisting of
greai variety 01 ine oesi class Ol goods suited
10 11 wun is or wis country tor u& fall Trade.
All dealers at WHOLESALE are earuestlv in
vited to call before purchasing, and examine
for tliemse.lv e3 their extensive stock now on
baud, and still coming in, as they feel assued
of their ability to please Ui quality and price.
Their largely increased trade aXIords oneev
Idtuce of tAe favor with which thair manner
of doing business has been received, aud while
thev testify to the liberality of their patrous
ana uienus, wey reiteiuie ineaesumuoe mat
uiey will eire no naius to render entire 6at
if faction. Their slock is Uuce. manufactured
mostly in their own khops, aua by contract
to 1 lieu oiaer. iiieir laciuties for -doing
laree busiuese axe abunilanlly ample. Tuey
sen only at wnoiesaie, nave buttons pbice,
and will warrant all their good as they rep-
reaent lxrn, Ao examination of their goodf
ana prices, is repeciuiny souctea,
September 22, 1S54. 3mo. .
(i0. SLTIIIiLll k CO.,
AGENTS FCR TUP KAI P fP
Virginia & Kentucky Manuj'a2vred
" 1' l t f! I! ft
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No, J, Bickkvk Block, Fkokt St.,
tUtitWiUlJM, UillU.
f ice up Slair.
uciooer o, iaoi.
oi yokes:
1 n YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the Hilt.Anvi
A U Dtf'KIKQ. CAMPPKLL& CO.
NEW STOCK. OK lfc55.
VAKKEE NOTIONS!
!LATE ARRIVALU;
I bar just received my Spring Stock
compriring a rreat variety of FA3CY
end -STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and
others are invited to call before purch
asing elsewhere, as they will find a com
plete assortment, end at prices that will
compare with any Establishment of the
kind in this section of the country.-
The following articles comprise a part
of my extensive assortment:
150 packs pins.
200,000 percussion rape.
COO dozen spool cotton.
50 gross buttons.
50 dozen suspenders. -150
lb skeia cotton.
12 lb sewing silk,
6 lb twist silk.
500 gross books and ejes.
30 dozen tasor strops.
300 dozen combs, ail kinds,
50 reams cap, letter and oote papti,
20,000 envelopes,
300 dozen tapes,
130 dozen soaps.
40,000 fish hooks.
25 gross fish lines. ,
20 gross lead pencils.
100,000 needles.
100 bundles wafer.
40 dozen knives.
30 dozen scissors.
10 gross spoons.
20 gross jews harps.
3 gross French harps,
30 dozen slates.
3000 slats pencils,
30 gross thimbles,
1 00 dozen porta mousses.
j00 lb patent thread.
orneliau charms and rings.
Jet bracelets.
Ladles' work boxes and reticules.
Fine hair brushes and combs.
Gutta percha, puff and long combs.
S, S S and S S S fine combs.
Skirt and dress wbaleboue,
or set and shot laces.
Stilettoes, elastics and sleeve bands'
Teeth aud nail blushes.
Steel pens and holders.
Match safes.
Alabaster ornaments.
Linen & cotton, floss crochet cotton'
Zephyr worsted and needles.
Gold finger and ear rings.
Gold, plated and common jewelry; and
other erllclea too numerous to particularize.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO!
Dealers and others purchasing Cigars
will find the largest Stock in tbe City,
varying from 65 to $30 per M. As all
tbe fine cigars are manufactured on the
premises, purchasers of fine cigars may
depend upon getting the quality of ci
gar they pay for, as satisfaction is guar-
uteed in all cases. Also ou baud,
Cavendish and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipes, et c., at the Cheap Notion
Store uext to the Valley Bank, Second
Street. C DAVISON.
Cimllicothb, O., March 8, 1855.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
'IIB Board of School Examiners, of
Vinton ounty, will bold their re
gular meetitgs for the examination of
candidates on the FIRST SATURDAY of
each month, at the school room of O. T.
Gunning iu McArthur, commencing at
10 o clock A. M. At every examination,
a certificate of good moral character, re
ceotly signed by at leas two responsi
ble persons, will be requuer of eachcan
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
in intoxicating drink, or ia any other
social vice, or immorality.
O. T. GUNNING.
Clerk Board School Examiners, V. Co.
Fab, a. 1855 ly.
a
a
BIGGS HOUSE,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
THE subscriber having leased the above
House, (formerly the United 'States Ho
tel.) aud having made a complete renovation
nubre-furnished the house with new Furniture
throughout, respectively invites the traveling
public 40 give ium a call.
HIS TABLE
Will ahroys contain the be6t that the market
affords, and uo means will be spared to make
all comfortable. JUUiS ROW.
Oct. 10th. 1654 .
AVasliinxlon Inion lusu-
rancc Company,
Offift in Ronsc's Block, corner Superior SU
und Fnblie ftmnre,
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
CAPITAL $225,000.
nPHIS well known Home Company i8 pro
X pared, as usual, to take risks on the sa
fer classes of Property. Their means are
ample, and their rates are as reasonable as
those of auy sound Company.
OSr NO SPECIAL HAZARDOUS OR
STEAM RISKS TAJLEN.D
OFFICERS:
D. JX DnnhaiD, President,
Geo. Mygatt, Yice President and
Treasurer,
O. N. Skeels, Secretary,
Geo. B. Senter, General Agent.
DIRECTORS;
fleorge Mygatt, Cleveland,
F. T. Backus, do.
A. S. Sandfoid, do.
Jacob Perkins, do.
Benjamin Northrop, do.'
Geo. B. Senter, do.
O. N. Skeels, do.
D. B. Dunham, do.
C W. Cook, do.
Timothy Baker, Norwalk.
John Clark, Brunswick.
J. P. Robinson, Bedford.
W. M. Fowell. Cleveland, (West side.)
E. F. BINGHAM, Aoemt,
IJuiy20'55-6m McArthur, Ohio.
FECIT I C00O FRUIT I
MB. GRIGGS will be at McArthur with
a large asortnient of fruit trees, and Or
uimental shrubery, which can be obtained of
him personally at reasonable prices on the
V6tb. Syth. and 30th, of November. 1855.
And he will also deliver to subscribers at
20cts per tree, who may hand their narr.er
to the following Agents' William Gold,
Vinton furuacs, B, F. Hewitt, E. A. Braiton'.
Mc4rihu. & 6. GRIGGS.
Oct. 4th. 1855, tf,
J 1U W U II K. of eveiy descil jtwn neatly
fceovw, rt vsm vmtx,
IF IUU GA Ll!l! WILL Mi.
JOHN S. HAWK,
MAIN "STREET, He ARTHUR, OHIO,
tinier in at! kino's of
CKY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, "QUEENSWA RE, HATS,
APS. BONNETS, BOOTS J
SHORS. READY- MAOfi
LOTHINO, IRON &
NAILS. &c. AIo,;
Agent for
LOUDON fit Co'. POPULAR FAMILY
MEDICINES,
IS just receiving from Cincinnati, one of the
Largest ajd best selected stocks of New,
Fashionable and
CHEAP GOODS
F.ver brought to McArthur, expresly for the
Winter trade, which h is determined to sell
on the most reasonable terms.
Just rail and we my New Goods bef'ire
purchasing else w here.
Bring ailing your Produce, for in thu way
of Barter be will give you as good bnraiuauc
though you brought the Cash.
November 17, ISfrl. 1st. c. ly.
A Public Imi tali oik
II1CK0CK & Ilio.,
HAVING Just opened a Wholesale and
Retail II AT VI'OB I' in Portsmouth,
on Front Street, between Market aud Jeller
son, thev iuvite All to cull tuidexauiiue their
slock of
ITiits and Caps, Straw Ootids, Tmnkj.f
i Valises, Carpet Buj, Umbrellas it., v
OP Evi:rthciiiptiok,
Purchasers can at all times Dud at our kb
tablishment u full and coinpleu fsorLmcn
of the rirltcst nd most desirable styles, at
well as the most common fabric. Our lone
experience i n the business, uu.l know lcde ol
manufacturing, with the facilities for purcha
sing, are such that we are confident we can
sell LowEH than auy other Hmtsoiutlie West.
FURS, of all kinds wanted, for which the
highest prices will be paid.
Portsmouth. November 4, 1653. ly
, ilUBDAT, r. 11. MUKUAV, J AS. II 's. KAN
"3
9
i
ii if nut ui, uuii uvaivjv in,
HARDWARE AND CUTLER V
SIM OF THE II10AT
ST.
PORTSMOUTH. OHIO,
WR will duplicate bills with anv rcpnlnr
jobbing House in the West. Com. try mer-
cnanw, farnaw proprietors, railroad contrnct
tors, and others, willsubsejve th.;ir inten-stK ht
giviDg us a call.
Way W, 04. ly.
ALLGEME1NEBEKANTMACHUNG !
PATENT LIQUID GLEE.
Price.
33 Cents.
riHIS celebrated and very useful article,
JL the invention of a celebrated English
Chemist, and much used in Europe ia now
offered to the Public at a price that places it
in the reach of all.
fttr No Housekeeper should be without it.
as with this article they can immediately re
pair any nrucie oi furniture, such as Jnina
Glass or Wood, that may have beeu broken
without the trouble and exiieneii of sendim.
it n tuu isuuiuei oiuhurs. for suioai
E. A. BRATTON
ACCOUNT BOOKS!
HAVING a lurge Stack of Day Books,
Journals and Ledgers, mm! nf hi. pI.
lent paper and bound well in sheep, with
Morocco or Russian bands. 1 will sell lliem
for a few mouths at Piiices Suupuisingu
Low!
Those in want of Blank final drill vchti
buy for use or to sell again can have bureuiiu
inut u;i auHXy ItumSMVIS atlU bull th4 timta.
Tliis is saying a good deal 1 mean what 1
say, J. K. WH1TTEMORK.
INo. 1, Union Blodt, Second st.
r" ' "'' jo ( m(iy y .rl&
Wilson, Cliilds & Co.,
(Succmora to Ilumpton, Wilson cj- Co..)
Wholesale Dealers in
FOKEGN &. DOMESTIC DRY-GOODG,
No. 45 flood d 1(12 Third Streets,
PITTSEIUG. P.,
ARB now opening a very comjilete assort
ment of Dry Goods, ond by the Cist
oepiemoer wm pe able to exliibit a very at
tractive stock. They respectfully invite an
eany can irom an engaged ia ttie trade.
Aug. 2355330!.
rV.ORE fSOOns lb. nnnrrnicc
Ibave just received a new supply of Wall
PAPEBand Bohdebs; the largost-lot ever
uiougm io flicArmur.
"Snf Also, COFFEE, Rice, Molasses, To
aSiBAcco'e, etc.; all of which 1 will sell
at the lowest figures. E. A. Bbatton.
WmM
MARGARET CASSII.L'S ESTATE.
TVTotice is hereby given, that the undersign
ii has been appointed and duly oualified
as Administratrix of the Estate ofMuruatet
. 'II I rtT' . . . .
uassui, mieoi vmion county, deceased,
Ang.2oth'&5 LEWIS A. ATWOOD.
'
i
IVcw Hooks,
AND other Goods in his line of Easiness
are received hv Express almost every
week from Boston, New York, and the Cities
of the West, by J. R. W UITTEMORE,
may 18, '55. Second St., Chillicothe, O.
3.US.SW PSTOiY,
At rEATTsviUE, wish to purchase Hides for
wnicn tr.e nigliesl fllurket price win be given,
January 5,lfc55. tf.
CHAS. A.M. DAMAK1N. LEWIS C. DAMAK1B.
CHAS, A. M, DAMARIN 8c CO..
WHOLESALE GlIOCEItS
AND DEALKU8 IN PRODUCE.
No. 55, Front Stbeet,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
January 20, 1854. ly.
ON HAND AGAIN, "
WITH A TALL AND WINTEB STOCK OF
BOOTS & SHOES.
Ci l'. 1 KAtY & Co. are now receiving
J their fall stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats
and Leather, and they beg leave to iuvite the
attention of wholesale and retail dealers to
examine their stock, feeling willing to assure
you that they can give you goods upon such
terras as will be perfectly satisfactory.
Tbeir stock wag mostly ordered of the
manufacturers, and it has been their chief de
sign, to select an assortment of both
STAPLE & FANCY,
but adapted to the approaching season. They
also keep Custom Work constantly on hand.
aud ma ha work U order, upon the shortest
notice together w ith an assortment of Hats
of varied styles, all of which they will sell
at low figures.
Two doors above the Franklin House.
Front Hreet, PORTSMOUTH, O.
jep. Y, '55-thr
AYER'S
till:
Are curing t Sick to an extent nercr
before know n of any illcilicine ,
INVALIDS, im AND JUKE FOR KJu'EHEL " El
IL'LtS flAUKL,, T.i a.. Ih. wMl kn-n p,ritDiar ur
CbMtoiit u.tft. riiifa(1.l4uA, w v m ciiuico pfuJucv.
r fuiinil .t .Irnurt r.r ImIi-(, ,h, t
I tin lupf)' ul 1i Ctmiic Piiaj, tlul I
li&vo Riund ihi-m a btlr I m I j- mvlicin. lr euiiiniia
H.nii uijr utli r miiIiiii in; kin.olt'ilto. Man, A a.f
fn.nJ. htvu ,-.li7ril in.rK.il lMn.flf fiuin Ui.tn and tw
intid. nilll Ui. hi buli.viiiu dial t K.-y i.Mi. ..tiai.lJi-n.-iry
vinu.4 I14 iltivinff out U11M-.-U.S auj curnii out .-r.
l'bir aru n'l ulily .tlcctnal but .ate anil il-..iit tu b
uktii, qiialili-. hImiIi rmidt niak itttm alu.-J Ujr Ui.
public, wImu tiny tun areiwu."
Tb. MiiwaW. Cliniif.llur WABJJtAW, ttnui fcm
llaluuiurit, IMI. April, ltM :
"Oil J. C. Avi-Hir: 1 liavn lak-ii J-unr Pill. IUi
pelt heui-fii. i Hi. Ii.ili.tin, latip'.or, ,,. ,4 a ni,,
end Diliou li3J. h, wbirlt hu 1.1 lair- jiwh uvtrtimu '
ins in th. inui!. A few I.m-. i,f yii iMIn cuti-4 ran
I bar. ust-j )uur Clmrrv l'i-n.,iil'iiniiy yrat. ia nv
family M c.nula and cMt ifli unr.uluiir M:reM. VuU
mako nM.-tliriii.. tvhirli cvrt, anil I a-l il a ploaa-ixo u
euiiiui.ud yi'l fc Ujx ii-.Kl un luiv, di n. and are doicf.
JOHN P. BBA'fi'V, K.H., t?cc. of U lvca. HsilrcKl '
Co., ajt :
' r. It H. Cfut, riAUtlplua, l).t. 13, VSi.
"Cir: I lake Ll.iniiie in aildinii my l-llini. uy tu Ui.
efficacy ut yuur int-du-ihe.. Luvjiik denvcl cry Ui.iicriiU
bcictil fn.m Ihe uw nl budi )iui 1'ictvral ul I'alliaiuu
fill.. I aui n.vt niih.mt i.'iern in my family, m ibaiti
.vuicun.dit Iu be, wlul t niy mean, mil iimcnm Uwir.'
Tiie Klil.-ly rennwn.il 8. . STEVEN;, M. U,uf lal-
ivortb, N. II., wril". :
" llaviciji uv-1 ymir CTM.atro Tni-i In my prarilc. I
cenily fi.iu eiiierU-nr", lliat liiry nro ati iiivahiablo pur.
iralive. In (mi (if di.irdereil fiinca-nii nl Ui. liver,
rau.liiK buailarlio, ln.li.iiuiil i-ueuvunra., ami tb. fnrt
variety uf (h.-eane. tliat f-.llow, tliey aie a turnr ttiueLf
llian any (Hlmr. In all cni'i. tiK-r. purgative ii-un-Jy
U ni.juirc-.l, I cmitl'lcm!- r.c.ri.-ncnj ilioja 1'ilU I., tlx
public, an .np.rior m any otbrr I Imve ever fotiud. Tlmjr.
are .ii,e 1. iiieir op.rntniii, .nl prrfucily aaS, cjiiaiiu.1.
wbich make lliem au invalualiU a,llci r, ,ublic iuv. I
bav f.ir many t ear, kiiutvii ymir CiTry Putornl a. tna
bilt '.'iillirll Ilir-Oiiuie ill lit w..,ll. ami lUw 1'iiJ. ale iUi
ui iri-c mli-n-jr to tliai aJiuuuWu pjijiajauui (.r 16.
Ueatintul tf Uii:tiaiie..N
"..(i, .v.., .vfce. S3, mx
"Pa. J. C. Ama-Dcar Sir: 1 have been atluct4
fn.ltl 11,11 llirtll Will. ui-l..r. In l.J C.r... .1 n.....
after iweniy yeaia' trial, and an unu !d i.( oiii.jiu.i , aijl
l.rinn, nave noen rcmpletely nireil 111 a tew woccd
yiiur Pills. Willi what kollnpuiif r l- iruij 1 n-ritu, cat
on I'
in.
iv no imamnod vvuen ;uu rca::iu nut 1
t how Iolj.
Bve sum-red,
" Never until nnw bave I Uun (tec rnm tliLi ti allut-mo
.iea.- In .nine elmjie. At time It anackel uiy
aiid mail me alinii.it blii'd, lieilile. the tinemlnrnblj
pain ; at ntln.- it euttlnl in Uie -t ilp of in v rn-ad. unt
deMUnyt'il my hair, ui.l bu kiit a ,iJy bald all 111
day. j numetiuir it cajnu out in uiy face, and kept 11 fl
mi'iitn, a raw euro.
Almiit 111110 neekii aj;n I e.niin-nroit lakiiin your
tlmrtic Pitli,nnil now am entirely li-.-e from the ctn:plauU'
My eye are tell, my aiiiii i. fair, ami uiy b.nr b.-oi emu
leinid a bealiuy xrontlii .ill of linb ninkxa 111 u foci
already a new pt-rm.
o lliipinif tbirt HtHti-ni.nt may be tHr mean, of i-oim-rlnn
Inforinatiiiii 1h.1t .hall do pi oil in oilier., I uin, Hitii ovorjr
uiiiiment ol (raiitud-j V,,ur., c,
MtlllA Rlf'KF.a."
" I have known the above named Maria Klckor Ifoiu Uvr
cbildbood, and Iter .taiomcnt le .trictlv true.
ANOKLW J. Hl'.SKKVF.,
Over.eer of tbe Pnrt-uioutli MiimUnuiinK Lo,!'
Crr. JOEI, 1'KAIT, of the ljp Uarioii. wjite. Ovnu
n.Hton.aoih April, fii:
' your 1'illn have cured mn from a hillou. ailack nliiab
aroae from dornnuuinent of the Uver, which bad becnm
vrn aeriouA 1 bad failed .1 any relief by my flivoiciui,
and from every remedy I could Uy, but a few do. of
ymir Pill, hare miuplrlelv respired me to bealtb. 1 bane,
pven tliem to my clnlilroo fm Ki ruu, with the bel
elTocu. They were promptly eured. I recotnni.ndtsl
theui to a friend for eoeiivonew, whirh bad troubled hir
(r montrui i la told uie iu a f.-- duy. Uiey had cured blur
You make Hi. beet modicum Lu tiio tvuild, and 1 aai frua
to aay o." '
Head thin from the diiljiinil-linl Solicitor of tbt Hiiirom
Court, wboe. briltiajit ahuittee bave made him tvel
koiowu, sot only ui tiim but llie neighboring- Muif..
" A m Urltiun, 5tA .iynl, Ie04. I
" Bir : I have xreat anti-(fuclioii in a.oiuritie you that my
eelf and tauiily Lave been very uiurli beuictited by yoiur
medicinoi My wile waa cured two year, altice, of a
severe and daiiKiru. cough, by your IjHCHar rauT(a.io,
aud nine, then luu enjoyed perfect liealilL My clnlilrci
have aevcral limee beeu cured frum im,i! of the Inlln
euu and Uruup by iu It n au Invaluable roiuedy h.
tlieen cuiupiainu. Vour Catmautic I'ii.l, Lava emin-Ijr
cured me frotu a tlyerMiji,ia nud coaliveuuee, vtblctt Ii.ei
irrown upon me lor aomo yeam, indeed ihUaure m uiucli
mure iinpnrtmit, fiom tbe fact that I hail failed tnret relief
1V1111 tho b. I'hy-iiciaua wbich line eectiuu of 111. country
ajrordH,aud from any of the niiiueroue remedies I had luken,
" you aeoni In tin, Unctor, like a plovidential blewing U
our family, and yuu may welt .oppose we an not uiumhif
ful vt rt. Xuura R-tpoctfully,
LEAV11T TIIAXTEB." j
11 Smntt Oumibr, Vhw, April ilk, 185-1. '
"Pa. ). C. Aria Honored Sin 1 bave made a tiior
oniih triul of tlm Uathahtiu Piij.., left me by your ai;eul,
and have been cured by thwuinf the dreadful Itheumatiiin
tinder which bo found too eulfurinit. Tlin floit doae ra
li.ved uie, and a few subsequent dint have entirely
removml llie di.-od.r. I feel ill belter health now than tit
oine year. bef"ri', which I attribute entiroly tn tho eflecBi
of your CaiuaIiiic Puli. Vour. with great tefluwt,
LUCIUS Ii. AlKTUALr." I
The above are all from perwma w ho are publicly known
where thev reside, and who would not tunke the-, .tare. .
menu without a thorough conviction that they were Ouo.
I'rcimrcd ly J. C. AYKK,
Fractloal and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Has
biM by OKU. 11. WILL audE. A. IHt.Vi'
TON, McArthur. O.; J. Vorheff. Albany; It
Culow, Logiiu; Dr, J. II. Li. Miller, Jucrju
OIL, and by Denier, in Medicines every
ahem. July g7,'5f) 1m').
J. O. SWtTLAKU-
CO Of Wfc
BOOT it SHOE STORE,
AND
hakbfhtorv.
SVVETLAND fctCGCSWELL,
Opposite the McArthur House,
RETURN their sincere thanks to their
uumcrous friends and cuHtomer?, im
the veiy liberal patrousite exu-ndtd lo tbriu
iu the past st-ason, and tuLe pleasure in mi
nouncing that they eio now receiving at their.
Hoot and Shoe Depot the largest una best se
lected Stork of
Uocls k Shoes
Ever brooght to MoArlbur: cousistiuuS'P'l
lu part of tfL
GENTLEMEN'S' BOOTS &, EHOJTS,
Gentri.BuckskiuCiuiters Gents.Conj-rtp; Gai'.
ers.Gents Fancy Shoes.Geuts Oxford Pumps,
Gents Enameled IS'ulif.prR, Gvots Eiitunp'.cd
Congress Guiters, Gents Patent Leather Kid
Top Piir.ce Albert's, Gents Patent Leather,
Drab Cloth, Kid top, Prime Albert's; Gents
Jersey Buckskin hoea, Gents Opera Slipjiers;
together with every variety of Fine aind
Coarse calf skin, Kip and Morocco Boots and
Shuen, Also, Ladies Boots asd uocs;
Ladies Bntkin Goiter Boots, LadiiV enamel
ed Jenny Li ml 'a R. 11., Ladies' Morocco Jen
uy Liud's R. F... Indies' Congress Gaiters,
Ladies Fanry Jenny Lind Shoe, Ladies' en
amelled Morocco 'Shoes, Ladies' Victoria
Fancy hoes Ladit' Fancy Top Boots, La
dies' Fancy Bu.shiut, bronzed tops, Ladies'
Blua Guhs, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Also: Misses Boots and Shoes, Misses K id
Boots and Guiiers, Misfes Fancy colond
Gaiters. Missis enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Cbildrens' Boots and hoes, Childiens' calf,
peged. Shoes, Chlldreus' Fancy shoes, Chil
drens' Fancy Gaiters, and every o'Jior variety
of Ladies', iu'isea' and thihlreus' wear, ' Finu
and Coarse. ' '
We have auy number of Workman en
gaged, thut is ncosHury, and aie prepared to
nil orders at the shortest notice.
COT All of our Goods willjje sold, at pri
ces that will give satisfaction. Call and ex
amine for yourselves-
.fl. II. J 0 II I S OIV, .
(SUCCESSOR TO JOSEPH JOM&,)
- DEALS B Ut
Medical. Throlocieal. Blank nna M!n Ua-
neons Ifouki, SttUioncry fiud Vail rap r,
PAIBT STKEET, w
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
Books received from the Eastern Mar
ket at their earliest publication, or ordered
when desired. . ' ' - - '
STEIN & BROTHER, -'
Manufacturers and Wholeault dtaUr'i tk)
. i . K
I I SB I I 1 1 BH
No. 316 BALTIMORE STREET.
Between IIoward Ind Liuebt v-st
-BALTIMOKE.
Ju!y8,'S3.-!f. . .

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