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w r 'f ASIILY MEDICIXES!
E.! fl, BRATTONi
MAIN S THEEV, Alt A 111 HUH, O.
KKEP constantly on hand Ihe following
Genuine and Popular Mexliciues;
PILLS,
Seller's LiverPtUs 1 Dr. Lee's Pills. '
WORM MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Jones McL's Jo.
COUGH SYKUP.
Seller's ImpT C.S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup
LLMMENTS.
Lyon's N. & 13., Jones' N.R Liniment
Sloan's Ointment, SUmn's Inst. Relief do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Katbairon, Vegetable Hair Oil, ?2
Bears Oil, (pure.) Kb u De Cologne.
Castot Oil, Sueet Oil.
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicameutum.
Also, fintlfrpt'c Cnuliul Riilnmiii'i flinni
Sloan's Condition Powder; and Kssences oi
11 kinds. All of tlie abova Medicines we
receiveu airectirom tue proprietors, aud war
ranted to be genuine.
April 6, 1655. tf
CL1IVE & GAKDAEH,
DRUGGISTS)
P"" WILKESV1LLE, OHIO,
KEEP constqntly on hand the folnwing
ernuine and popular family medicines.
PILIS.-Sellerg Liver Pills, McLuine's
Liver Pills, Aver's Pills.
COUGH KKMEDlhS. Seller's Imperial
Cough Syrup, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Seller's
Hive Svrup, Feller's Svrup of Squills.
WORM MFDICINES.-Scller s Vermifuge,
McLaine's Vermifuge.
L1NIMKNTS.-H. G. Farrel's Indian Lin
iment, Gardner's Volatile Liniment, Rudwav's
Kesdy Relief. Pain Curer, Liquid Opidildoc.
HAIR TOMCS.-L) on's Katliuiron, G, S
Gay lords.
Also: A large ami veil selected stork of
Urugs, Medicines. Oils, Taints and Dye-stuffs:
all for sale el the lowest prices.
Oct. 27th, 185t. lr.
MOTS 1 SHOES. '
TLTST received the larcfbt and best selection
J of Boots and Shots ever opened in this
irnei, consisting oi
Gents. Enameled Brrrans,
Calf
' Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
Morrorro Slipjiers,
" French Calf Boots.
Ladies Enameled Luce Hoots,
M Goat "
" Sewed "
Laced Gaiters,
" Patent Leatlier "
Enameled Jenney Lind's,
M Patent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Knliineled "
" " Sliprers.
Childrens Kid Laced Boots,
" Fancy M ' "
- Roan "
" Rid Peg
- Enameled M
Goat " -"
Fancy - -Misses
Kid Slippers,
" Fancy Laced flonts,
Together with evetv vaiieiy of Tin
Shoes, of Mens', WomeuV an d b
wear, at the lowest prices, at
BRA VI (N
JiUMM;, CAMI'IiELL A t o.,
Iniicrlirs end Wliolrsnirninl Rt'hill Druicrs i
Iluidwuic, &iiddli-ry, lion, Uln&s,
. A Ar-. .
WOULD respectfully informtheir fiiinls
and the public that Uiey have at length
pot into their splendid new room, and have
fitted it upexpressly for the Hardware trade. (in
lbs burnt district) under the sign of the GILT
ANVIL, East side of Point, between Wa'er
and 2d sts, wheie they are opening, in addi
tion to part of their former stock, a large and
'desirable stock of American, German and
English Hardware, Saddlery, Iron ami Glass,
together with all articles usually kept in Hard;
Mare stores, and invite all to call and take a
look at their new room and examine their
stock. t
They have continued a stock of Goods at
their OLD STAND, sign of the Mill Saw, on
Tagert'a square, under the immediate careol
wief the firm) where they have been soib
erally jfclronwed the past year, for which theX
, take lliis opportunity of returning their sin
. cere thanks, and solicit a coutinuance of the
came for both establishments, promising to
keep as good Goods and cell as low as any in
this market.
May 10, 1853. n49 lr
CHAS. A. M. DAMARIN & Co
KECEIVED direct from New Orleans,
&J5 hhds fair to prime N. 0. Sugar;
20 " clarified do.
169 bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugar:
34 bxs white Havana, for candy aiid syr-
2337bis N. O.Molafcsj
70 do "St. James" choice sugar II, mo
' lassejs
00 do Common sugar II. molasses.
10" do Golden syrup;
65 Tcs- Rice;
300 bags Rio and Java coffee;
t Which, together with a full and completed
stock of.
Woodwabe Buckets, tub, line washboards,
brooms, &c.
Fhuits& Nuts Figs, resins' almonds pe
cans, . Walnuts, filberts; Brazil nuts; &c.
Spices 'Ground and unground Pepper;
alsnices; cinnamon; clores; ginger; nutmegs:
Fish mackerel; dried herring, codfish; sar
dines: Teas A large stock of fresh imperial; Y:
Hj sou; gunpowder and black tea:
'Tobacco Fives; eights and pound plug of
good Virginia, Missouri and Kentucky brands
also, Gedge U- Bro'a and other good brands
of 6 twist tobacco:
Dye-stuffs Indigo; copperas madder and
alum:
Suhdbiet Soap; candles, starch, chocolate;
jabxratus; super carbonaieof soda; epsoin
alt; lead; shot; warpping paper; &c,&c.
We will eel at the regular Cincinnati
wholesale prices:
C. A. . DAMARIN & Co.
rorUmoiUh. April 11,1854.
Steam lafjinel Faelory.
J. II. WAIT,
COBKEB OF JeTFEBSPS ASD Sscopp S7BEETS,
rOKTSMOUTH, OHIO,
"ALLS the attention of the citizen! of
Vy Vinton and adjoining counties to bis su
perior stock ot 1 1
which he 6tTers at wholesale or retail on reps-
pnable terms. Give hii.i a call.
Orders attended to promptly.
March 24.1854. ly ' '
rzT i ESTjcn, ,m-A l am:
4C I lfft lr Jl'.! lid 1( i 1 jcn ud.
G.WeANDERSON,
mnusRmAa id toumissios kerciiaxt.
. CEKTER WHEEL1KG WIIARYES
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Has large and extensive Ware Hours, an
Is prepared w ith every facility, to attend t
all business, entrusted tohi care, properly
He forwards freight bvtar loads or other wis
September 2.1&53. '1t
llukcjo Illock,
. No. 1, Front Street.
DIS SOL IfllOJV,
rrHE eo-partneiship heretoforo existing
X etweeii the subscriliers, under tlie firm
of Oukts & Buskirk, was this day dissolved
by miuiial consent. F. J.'Oukes having sold
his entire interest to Messrs. George & Clias.
11. Davis, all cluims w ill be setllud.atid debts
collected by Buskirk ft Davis, our successors.
F. J. OAKES,
1 A. W. BUSKIRK.
A. W. Bl'SKIHK, GEO. DAVIS, CHAS. H. DAVI8.
111SKIKK k DAVIS,
(Successorof Oakes & Buskirk.)
WHOLESALE GROCEHS4
AND
PRODUCE DEALERS,"
Euttejt lilurk, Front Mrrrt.
PORTSMOUTH, O.
January 19, 1654. Mf.
H . M. &TAKH.
- U. D. Tewrsiicjbt
WEE LEY STARR &. EONS. -GTMR
L COMMISSION ME Bill ANTS
Forth Salt of Western Frodnc
IXAF TCBACCO rLOUH, FROVISIONS, to.
ISos. 85 & 87 S. CHARLES STREET.
Between Pratt and Camden streets. near the
Tobacco Inspection Warehonues,
BALTIMORE.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
N. B. We have recently removed to our
new and extensive Warehouses, upon South
Charles Street, where we have the advantage
ot a Kail Kond track ot our own, (connecting
our House with the B. 6c 0. Railway,) and
are thus enabled to receive alt our consign
ments, when sent in carloads, free of Dray
age. We have, also, evey facility for the re
ceipt and sale of Tobacco, Flour, Provisions,
end Western Pioduce, generally.
We send a correct statement of the Markets
monthly, to our friends, or oftener if desired
June 10 54 lyr.
SSOLUTlOiN OF PAIUSEKSHIP,
bet 0T1CE is hertby given that on tlie 3rd
. the co-partner.-hin heretofore existing
sl ween R. C. LUCAS if- N. LOUD was dis
ved br mutual concent, lie Hooks are in
the hands of N. Lord for settlement.
Nov, 8, '55. . LUCAS if- LORD.
NEW GOODS.
IHAV E just lereived a good stock of New
Goods, suitable for '.he seaton, wnich I
w ill sell low for CWi; consisting in mrt, of
CLOTHS. CASHMERES, SATINETTS,
MERINOS, DELA1NS, ALPACAS,
CO BERGS, CALICOES, tjc, &c.
Boots, Shoes, Hals, Caps, Fresh Groceries,
J-c &c Acc.
Flour, Wheat. Corn, Potatoes, drc, taken
in excliiiDKe for Goods. E. A. Chatton.
wan;
1 N active honest Mitn inench section of the
' Suite, to lake orders by. 'SAMPLE' for
VKLPKAU'S MAGNETIC AGENTS. A
mlarv of ftSOO ier ear. and a
siou will bt? paid. "Sulury payable month
ly.' rur particulars address JJb. M. Vel
i"e.u, 42'Ji llroaihvoy, New-York, eiiclosing
Mump lo pre-p.iy answer.
Nov. 1st, '55 4 w.
Hardwire.
1 HTENCOT T S A xes, warrn ntad 30 days
mi or me iiKiney reiuiKled. Hatcliets war
Mined. T illt lpon s Hamkaws warranted
Dtot Lacks, Tlitmib Lah 'ies, Butt, Screws
Augers, Smoothing Irons, Currv Ccnibs
Horse Brushes, Files, Hasps, mi biiot eery
thing in die Hardw are line, at
URAITON'S.
NATHAN LORD, -:
U ANUf ACTUBEB AND EEALFB IN
ECCT AAD SHOES.
MARKET ST., McARTHUR. O.
WISH to inform the public generally,
that they will keep on hand, arid
manufacture to order, on short notice, Gen
ilemen's Aorocco, Calf, Kip, and Coarse
Boots and Shoes, and every description of
I .i:, t .i, i m ' -ii , r
ajuuics AJcauici uiiu xuuruceo wail , all 01
w liich is ptit up in the hichest sty les of Work
manship, and at pikes as CHEAP AS THE
CHEAPEST!
.. Give us ii call and be convinced as to the
facts herein set lorth. Produce taken in ex
change for work. Oct. Ilth '55. tf.l
STATE ROAD NOTICE.
ALL the parties in Vinton county in
terested in the establishment of the
proposed new State roed.frum Richmond
by the Londonderry station of M. & C.
R, R. and by the village Londondery and
terminating tn Vinton co., near the
house of Ezekiel Radcliff, are hereby no
tified that the Commissioners of Vinton
co., at their session, on the first Monday
of December next, will bear the parlies
in favor or agaiust the establishment of
said road, and the application for dam
ages of any persouj or persons on ac
cuuntof the location of said road through
his, her, or their lands.
J3t OBDER OP THE C'OMM I68I0NEBS.
J. MGEE, Auditor V. Co.
Oct. 18th, 185514 w.
Notice.
HAMDEN FURNACE.
The firm of Frazee, Tarr & Co., was
dissolved on the eighteenth ultimo, by
mutual consent, Epbraim Frazee retir
iog. The business of the Hamden Fur
nace will hereafter be carried on under
the names of Damario.Tarr f-Co., by
whom the business of the old firm is to
beiettled. .
October 18, 1855. tf.
ARTIST'S MATERIALS.
"F every description furnished at short or
J ders and fair prices. A large supply ol
Paints and Brushes for Portrait Landscape
Painter 8, Toy Faints and Best Water Colors
on Iianii. J. tt. H Mil li-ftlUKK ;
maj'18,'55. Second at., Chillicoihe,
NOTICE.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
- SHIP.
I HAVE this davsold to Westfall, Stewart
J. if Co. my entire interest in the Cincin
nati Furnace Company, end am therefore no
longera partner therein,
I Cinciksati Fubnace, June 21, 1855,
! juljHMwJ . ,: JOHN BOBBINS.
HEW WHOLESALE
READV-lUADfCtoTIIlNC
WAREHOUSE. 1
HArV.PTCN&, CAMPBELL,
Cf th. lat firm el Hitnpti n, Wilton It Co,
Ko. ii Third Slrrct btivrrn Vcod k Earkct,
TITTSBURO, PA..
A'
BE now receiving their stock of Fall
and Winter Goods to which they call
Urn attention of Wrmrtw Mefchasts.
Among their assortmrnt will be found
MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING
Of every possible description; also Troy and
Hartford Shirts and Collars, Wool, Merino
and Cotton Umlrrfhirts and Drawers, Silk
and Linnen Handkerchiefs, Men's Hosiery,
Suspenders, Cravats, -Neck Ties, Stocks.
Gloves, tic. AIfo. a general assortment ol
INDIAN IlllUiEll GOODS.
We Intend this stock shall always be one
of the largest, the beit furnished, and the
most neautiful and complete ro l round in
the United Slates. Our connection with one
of the largest houses in Massachusetts where
li e utmost care has been bestowed in their
manufacture, uives us advantuues which will
enable us to sell Goods at Eastern Jobber
prices, which we are determined to do, ar.d
also enables us to offer
A greater variety of Coeds to our cus
tomers than was hithrrlo been
found in this Market.
We respectlully solicit tlie l atroiiur.e. of all
buyers visiting litis city. The orders of our
customers shall be prbmutly and sati.-fiictor-
ily tilled on terms bs liberal r by any other
Iiouse in tlie country.
HAMPTON CAMPBELL.
Sept. 6'55 3m.
ROAD NOTICE TO NONRESIDENTS.
lOLGI.ASS rri;,',M.i.iid all oilier nn
XJ knew ii rwiiMs ni !i'i,.'s tluou(;h which
the follow inc ii M .ii .d i ius, will take
notice that a iV'V.i"n lr ui i iteration has
been presented arnniiiiii to Ij'a, and that at
the September f .-- !i n ul i!io f inimissioners
of Vinton coni '.v, i ihiii, mi i i ler was made
foravie.v ar t snrvv 't i n alteration of
thatpurtof I'ieA'ln i. .n i MoArihur Road,
described as f jllowf. t" '.. Commencing
at the Wt slend of the mnipe across Big Rac
coon, near, the land of W, H. Bluck, in Knok
to"iisliip, in tuid county; thence running
North-west 20 or 40 tods along the old Mill
road; tlience nearly west to the high ground
above high watermark; thence a south -west
co u rf eon I lie lower bench of the hill, on the
north side of tlie cieek, on said Clark's land;
continuing said last mentioned dhectiou un
til it intersects the old roud west of a lare
rock on the bunk of suul creek, on said Black s
land; thence along or near tlie old roed to tlie
first run on Jucob ledum's land; thence thro'
the field on the north si 'e, on the best ground,
intersecting the old road in tlie most conve
nient place; thence the nearest and best route'
through the low gap at Win. Meyers' place, in
Madison township, in said county; thvnce
the nearest and best way to the foot of the
big hill near M. Reeves' house; thence on
the nearest and best ground to Maurice Al
bough's, there to end. Tlie Viewers and sur
veyor will meet on mid Toadon the twelfth
day of October, 1855, and then and tliere
proceed to view said proposed alteration
fix a compensation on lauds appropriated for
said road and assess all damages, ifc.
MANY PETITIONERS.
September 6'&5 5w.
UOA D NOT1C E. Notice is hereby giv
en, that a Petition will be presented, al
the next session of the Commissioners of
Vinton county, Ohio, praying for an altera
tion. of that part of llie Allien w,d MrAr
thur Road described as follows, to wit:
Commencing at the West end of the bridge
across Big Raccoon, near the luml of W. 11.
Ulack, in Knox township in said county;
thence running North-west 30 or 40 rode
along the old Mill road; thence nearly West
to the high ground above high water mark;
thence a South-west course on the lower bench
of the hill, on the North side of the creek on
said Black's lend; continuing said last men
tioned direction until it intersects the old
Road vest of a lare rock. -on the bank of
said creek, on said Black's land; thence along
(or near) tlie old road to the first run on Ja
cob Tedrow'a land; thence through the field
on llie North side, on the best ground, inter
secting the old road in the most convenient
place; thence the nearest and best route thro'
the low gap at Win. Meyers' place in Madison
to.vnf-liip, in said county; theme the nearest
end best way to the fool of the big hill near
M. Beeves' house; thence on the ntaiest and
best ground to Maurice Albough's, tliere to
cud; and Petitioners pray fur a view and al
teration of the same. M.ur Pititionkbs.
august 3, '55 4v
JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE,
HH. JOHNSON, (successor to Joseph
Jones) keeps constantly on hand a
large stock of
BOOKS, STATIONERY, YVALL
PAPER Jc,
WThich he will sell at LuUem Pricts. It is
his design to afford Country Merchants, and
puichasers generally, nidi facilities for sup
plying themselves wiih every article in his
line, as they have not hrieioi'oru enjoyed.
Additions are now Wiwt u t ile to his stock,
w hich will make one f tl.o LiTgectaur1 iesl
in the Western country.
As a mere outline, ti.s to.J: r. ill be found
to consist of
BOOKS SUwal, Scientific, Licv, Theolog
ical, iScii'ioJ, Di'tnk 1'iirl Mi-rellunecus.
STATlOM:itY-L"'tU.r, f:ip, Bl'.l and Note
Fa pi r. -
ENVELtiPLS Biili', i:u.tii-il and Plain
White, and Gi'vernu.eu'..
WALL PAVER -.V iV... m: I wall selected
stock, at pr!c i.-fii'g fiom 8 c?nts,
to 61.00 per h Borders o(
ti e guvatot ;i'.;.v, ajid . Window
Blinds.
BLN K LOOKS Ledgers, Journals, Day
Books, and Time Books, all of every
stvte.
PERIODICALS Those Issued Monthly, and
others. . .
MAPS Larae Maps of both Hemispheres and
ol tlie United Mates; Small Maps ol
eacn ol tlie vvesteru Mutes, and ol
Mexico.
FANCY ARTICLE of different kinds.
ALSO Slates. Copy Books, Copper Plate,
Tencils, Gold and Steel Pens, Ink ol
all kinds, Inkstands, Wafers, &c, &c
All of which wiil be gold low. at Whole
sale and Retail at Johnson's Book Store,
Jones' old stand, Paint St., Chillicothe, Ohio.
December 0. 1803. ly.
bhudes V Rey uolds, Pl'l'tls ) lit AiiacUiueui,
airainst
George Ullora, Defendant. )(Civil Action.)
THE Defendant will take notice, that the
Plaintiffs in the above case, on the 24th day
oi July, a. d. 1855, caused an order of At
tachment to De issued Dy J. vv. bwepsion
Justice of the Peace for Elk township, Vin
ton county, O! io, against tlie goods, chatiWs,
slocks, interest in Hocks, rights, credits,
moneys and effecta of said Defendant, an
absconding debtor ot said couuly, to satislv
ihe claim of the Plaintiffs' for five dollars
and eighty-six cents and fifteen dollars the
probable costs of suit, and that said cause
has been coutinued for service on said Defend
ant, and w ill be lor hearing before said Jos
tice, at bis office in McAnhur, in said town
ship, on the 8th day of September, a. d.
1855, at 10 o'clock a. in. of suid dav, last
aforesaid. SHADES REYNOLDS,
tug. 10 69 .
SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY
RAILROAD.
CHANCE CF TIME.
ON and after Friday, 1st of June, IK'iD.
Trains will run as follows, lo wit:
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clok A.M. and arrive at Jickson at li
o'clock M. Returning leave Jackson al l
o'clock P.M. audanive at Portsmouth ul D
o'clock P. M.
Train No. 2 leaVe Jackson at o'clock A.
. and arrireat Portn.ouih ul 11 o' k k A.
. Returninj leave Porisinonth at Vi P. M.
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
Trains stop only for passengers al il.e fol
low lug stations, to wit: Sciotoville, Wthsli r.
Wa.-hiiigti'ti Bnd Gallia Stations, Purlluiid,
Cios Roads and Irvv iu's St-ition.
J. W. W EBB, Supeiinlen.Vn.
June 15, '05. 2c-if.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. R.
M ai;k.lC1:ih.ms.
PASSENGERS leaving Columbus al 2:15
a. m., Cincinnati at 6 a. in., or Chilli
coihe at 11 a. m., arrive at Byets' (3 mile
east of Chillicnllie) at 12:30 p. m.
A Train leaves Byers' daily Sundays ex
cepted) at l:!0 p. ni., by which passengers
arrive at Chillicothe at 3:15 p. m., Cincinnati
at 8:20 p. in., or Columbus al 1 1. 1' p. m.
SlBges to and from Athens, rmicrty, V!c
Arthur, Hamden, Jackson, Gallipolis, c,
connect w ith Ihe Trains at Byers', and pas
sengers can make the trip between either of
thei places and Columbus, Cincinnati .or
Chillicotlie in a single day. .
An accommodation Train is nm daily
except Sundays from Chillicothe to Man
chester and back.
Passengers by this train leave Chillicotbe
at 5 a. in ., and arrive at Cincinnati at 11:13
a. m., or Columbus at 1:45 p. m. Leave Co
lumbus ht 1 1 a. m., or Cincinnati al 4 p. in.
and arrive at Chillicothe at 10 p. m.
Fare from Byers' to Cincinnati ....... 3,f!0
do. do. to Chillicothe.. 70
Through Tickets between Columbus and
Chillicothe 63,00. to be had only at Colum
bus and Xenia Railroad Tickat Ollire at Co
lunihiis. Biid on the cars of Marietta and Cin
cinnati Railroad oh leavingChillicothe.
(atig. lOSa.tf. JOHN WADDLE.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE. NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
03 AMJ AFTER VKTLT J,
.Monday, June 4th,siSj
il&55,a Daily Line of Mail
Coaches will run regularly between McAr
thurand Byer's Station; as follows :
Leave McArthur at 5 o'clock, A. M pas
sing through Hamden 64, arrive at Byer's at
9 A. .
Returnins, leave Byers' at 5, V. M., pas
sing through Hamden fij, P. M.j arrive at
McArthur at S. 1'. M,; connecting with the
Marietta & Cincinnati R. R., to and from
Chillicothe. '
A Daily Coirch will leave McArthur every
morning lor Albany, Pomerov, Athens, Hock
ing Port, Parkersburg aud Marietta.
June lst,'5S. tf. U. T. H0YT.
11. LLOYD & CO.,
Wholesalk boot & shoe Warehouse
Ao, i. rniktyt Lluik, from Street,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
HAVE just received their extensive Fall
Stock, consitliiig of all tie latest styles
end fnshions. Our stock having been ptir
I'msed direct from the manufacturers, prin
cially for cash, With great care in the se
lection of qrality and sizes adopted to the
Western trade, we are enabled to offer su
perior inducements Ibis Fall, and are deter
mined not he- undersold hr o. nulaf
house either in New York, Philadelphia or
Baltimore.
In addition to ourextensive stock of Boots
and Shoes will be found a large and well se
lected stock ot.
hats 0. g CArs.
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade.
Men hauls Bud Furnace Owners visitine our
cilv are invited to cull and examine for thein-
elver.
To thk Ladif.i. We erenow manufactur
ing a superior article of luiilies' and Misses'
m h i 1pri niLbL-ina nml Sttimiora llt-inir hrn
cured some of tlie best workmen in the West,
we are prepared to supply those who want
custom work.
Leathkr. One Thousand" lbs, Red Sole
Leathei ,12.00 lbs, Jso. I White Sole Leather,
iJC dozen French calf Skins, 25 dozen Craw
lord's Skihs, 10 dozen Kip Skins. Upier
leather and Shoo Findings always on baud
and for sale at the lowed market price.
January 20. 1851 1 y.
DRUG STOKE.
CEO. li. W LL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN
DKtGS, CEJI1CALS, PAIMS,
VARNISH. DYES.PL'RE ESSENTIAL
OlLt), INSTRUMENTS, BRUSH.
E S OF E VER Y DE SCRIP TION,
ANATOMICAL P REP All A-
rOAS,
fl Articles. JJrurpists iSion rur
' - -co 1
ni.'Mra, Glds Ware, Window Glass,
Alcohol, tfc, (J-c, Jc,
MAIN STREET. MCARTHUR, OHIO,
1 ESPE C T r U L L l
XV informs his friends
and the public, that he is
now opening a large and
superior stuck of Uuus.
tjc, that have been selec
ted witn personal care lor
this market. 4
Fhysiciaks and customers, will find our
Frugs of the best quality, all of which we
will sell at tlie lowest prices.
J AM ALSO AGENT
For all kinds, of Patent Medicines, Ei-.gli.-h
French aid Ceinan Huts, Tctacco, Clears
and a fine assorlnieul ol Sotps, Extracts and
Pure Wines. Ijune 15, lb&5. tl.
J.K.it D.WILL,
W HOLFi-LE ZED KI.1A1L IiEALER lH
DRI-GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARD WA RE. l VEENS WARE,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
ims, cirs, Mis, snots, peobule,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
Main Street, McArthur, Ohio.
JACOB MITCHELL'S ESTATE
NOTICE is hereby fiven, that Job Mitch
ell, Administrator of the Estate of Ja
cob Mitchell. Jr., laieof the county ol Vin
ton, deceased, has filed in the Probate Court
of said county his accounts and vouchers at
such administrator for inspection aud final
settlement, and that said accouuls will be
passed upon by suid Court on the ii&l day ol
October. IfaOS. B. P. HEWITT.
sept-13 w. Pro. Judge V. C. O.
STRAW CUTTERS
rtriY'ANriEE Straw Cutlers, from $7 to
iJ feU ; received at the Gilt Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL & COJ
L Jul 29 J,3, , , , , .
I CILSUCOKSI I--,
r. a; bbiito.v,
ANNOUNCF5 Jto the citizena of Vin
ton LOimty. Ihat he lias just received a
new stci k of Pouks and Statioi.ary, cinsisling
in part of
FAMILY B1LLKS, al prices from 61 50 to
00.
METHODIST HYMN BOORS.
Hound in Mcror co, gilt and common bind
tup. Wernit I.i.'e of Wahjinctoji, "' ' ,"
" " . ". Franklin, p..
" " " Maiiios,
Life of D.vKir.i. UoONr., ' . ''. ', )
. " " IIlack Hawk,
' " TkcI'MSKACH.
Fii.aki'kau's woiks complele.
Pvhon's ' " .
Life of r. T. B.vrtM-M. ''
Ds AraicKi's History of the Reformation.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Ksowleoob.
RiNAi.no Rinaluin.1, a Romance.'
Hale's History ol llie United Stales.'
firimshaw's History of the ltii ted States.
Child at Hemic, a Mnml Tble, - .'
MASONIC W RK8.
The Craftsman, the Light of the Temple,
and Meloddies tor the Ciaft, containing an
excellent selection ol Hymns and Odes' suita
ble lor evry occasion.
SONG BOOKS.
The American Songster, Parlor Songster,
Kxile of Krin, Bongs of. Old IrelandNegro
Songs, and a variety of other Song Books.
Moral and Instructive story books furchil-dreii.Pk-toriul
Toy Books for children.of every
description,
BLANK BOOKS.
Justices' Dockets, Legers and Day Books,
hound in leather and hall binding, of all sizes.
: 'STATIONARY.
Best Cap Paper, Rltie Tost Letter Paner.
Commercial Nolo Pa-r. Bill ra(ier, also Ink,
Quills, Sleel Pens, Sand Boxis, Inkstands,
alers, riling Sund, and Stationary 6f
every kind, all ul wliuh uill be sold at the
lovven figures, for rash. wayl '55. tf
NEVVGQODS.
''piIB undersigned desire again to tender
X their thanks to their numerous custom
ers for past fuvois, and advice them of the
fact, dial they are now receiving and open
ing at tin; Brick corner, a Larr;. and Splend
id Stock of FALL AND WINTER DRY
GOODS, consisting of every variety and
quality, suited to the wants of their custom
ers and llie community; which they pledge
themselves lo sell as low as they cm be bought
in this or anv ul tlie unjiim mmLi. 'n,..
will not boast, brag, or banter, but fay do
not intend to be excelled in qnntity und ipiuli
tu of their Goods, neiihrr !ntli,n ii,,i i
1 4 ------- M "W ! V
be undersold.
And while inviting the attention of their
customers to the prosiects which are ahead,
mrj ucs uv iii reniiuu mem oi t lie lact, tnat
Some of them hrp in the mrM.rc iK(. Kolm.!
v. ... i i c ,nu v OillI W
settlements make long friends." That their
Auction inoies, ana long standing accoun'a
iiuuui now ne pain. Ana m view ot the
ibunjumtof the iTops, and means which
irenttlieir rninmninl it i. hn,.cl 4l,nM ...:n
w...... ....... io iivjivu HIVT Mill
pav Un the old score, or at Ipnat tpi'ito hi-
note, aud commence aue-v.
S HADES & REYNOLDS.
sep. la.'SS-tf. ' . '
M'ARTKUR HOUSE
And Slago Office,
MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE THE POST ' OFFICE,
- WcA KTUR, OHIO,
JOS. KALER,
a rmemmm j -,
I PASSENGERS who stop at this House,
can take the Couch every morning lor
Chillicoihe, to By er's Station, thence by Rail
Road: also, every mominz for Athens, and
other points South and East.
the proprietor assures all who fuvorhim
with a call, that no means w ill be snared to
make .them comfortable and at rharcea to
suit the times. I iuly 27.'55.l
18o!. Fall Trade.-1888.
Hi D, SKULL
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY'
COODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
AND SHOES. HATS,
CATS, BONNETS,
NOTIONS,
&-c. ttp.
trAINT STREET, CIIILLICOTIty.
1i now prepared to supply Merchants aud
Furnace Proprietors, with all nrtirlea in
his line al fuir prices and upon reasonable
terms. His stock is new. lari'e. nml u-pll no.
sorted, and will be sold invariably at Cin
cinnati prices. SO 2in.l
Legal Notice.
BY virtue of an order to me directed from
the Probate Court, within end for the
county of llariison, and State of Ohio, I will
sell at Public Auction, at the door of the
Court House in McArthor, in the county of
Vinton aud Slate aforesaid, on VU.t,
the!SovvMit day ol ftove inbcr,lN35,
between the hours of 10 o clock, a.m. aud 4
o'clock p. in. of said day, the following lands
ami premises, situate in said Viuion county
and Slate of Ohio, to wit: Being the North
halt ot tlie tKJUtu-wst quarter of section
thirty-one (31), in township number nine
W, of ruMe eighlen 1 1S, of lnds directed
to be sold al Chillicothe, Ohio, containing
eighty acres, except so much thereof as was
soid by William Lakin, deceased, during
his lifetime to one George Packer, and des
cribed as follows: licing a part off of the
West side uf the North half of the south east
quarter of section thirty-one 31 1. in town
shipniue lJ, of range eighteen IS, of lands
directed to be sold al Chillicoihe, Ohio; cou
Uiiuing fifty-five acres, togtiber with all of
the privileges thereunto belonging.
AudalK, the following Ueul Estate, situ
ate in the countv aud Stale hforcaid, and
Ascribed as follows, to wits Being the
Noilh half of the south-west quarter ot sec
tion number thirty-tno- J!j, in -township
iittttTtier nine 9) of range eighteen 18 of
lauds directed to be sold at Chillicothe, Ohio,
containing eiehtv acres.
Said lands were appraised at the sum of
(bxo.l'U, subject to the Dower Estate of Lew
eia Lakin, widow of William Lakin. dee'd.
Tu.ks cr Kale; One third in' hand, and
the remainder in two equal annual payments
with inieret therron. to be secured by inott
gnte upon said Real Estate.
N. B. The Lower interest of LewestaLa
kin v ill be sold on name day at private tale.
JeriiiS, Caf-h. . . v :
By Jesse H. McMath.f' William L Tacker.
Lib Attorney, J Adm'r of Estate of
f. in. Lakin, dee d.
, sept 27ti'.'5-iw. ,
JAMES McCONNLL'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Un
Stmied has been annninted and nualifii-H
ExectiU r of the last Will 'kud Teslamtdt of
James McLoouel. late of the county of Vin
ten, deceased. PATBlCK!MURDOCH.
-r ,JO D. WILL .
ARK-now receiving and opening rl lr
ef tad best selected stock of
FALL A.D W1XTE GDDM-
ever .broitght to this market. The - i -f
partnry harirlg spent considerable time i.
cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia, N.-w
a;id Boston in Selecting and pnrchti-iiy. n, I
having paid careful attention to the n-.t . t -styles
and most improved palerns oi 'l ft
tides of tlrest gfKxla and wearing i.r!i.
tliey are confident iheir stock camiot . n r-
nneopil. itlin in ma, nifn.la ... . . t '
f , . ...V . ... HlUjlll lUUHi V IIK-I
styles by any.io this counlry. It t'On-dVi n
part as follows,- Ladies' Dress GooU. .m ,i
shawls of every variety and style;" Cioil.-,
Cassiuierts and Tweeds of all kind; K...y,
Made Clothing of every description, lor. mta
and boys; anejiiensive assorlment cf II. i.
Caps, Boolg and Shoes; Hardware, Qwvh-.-ware,
a very large stock of Groceries. V
and Window Paper, and a complett- -miV
men t of Notions, Trimmings, c. lus'eut
iheir stock is complete in every deparMnfut,
ami w ill jjsiiively be sold at the lor.,t j u
ts. Produce of all kinds wanted,
sept. IJ tf. , . ' '
JAMES PURSELL,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE ill" L
KK IN FANCY AND STAPLE I'HY
GOODS, QUEKNSWARE, CHINA,
AND GLASS,
Wo, l Entcrp'riMBuildingt, rrcot St., FoitinVj h.
: 2d Anjust, isii. 2J August, Iii).
. M GOODS. . -
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED is now in receipt
X of his 1'nll Siook of Dry
BON NETS, Hats, Caps, &c, to whi.li
jrf ii..i-o ..jc DJ'CI.IOI attention Ul IIM'T-
clmula and furnace owners, with the asso-
runce mat me woorts will be sold as low s
they can be had from the New York and
Philadelphia jobbers, and at such prices a
w ill save the expenses on purchases made in
Cincinnati or Pittsburgh,
Late purchases and importations of Gl i' i
and Queensware make my stock very lar.ij
and complete, all of which is oirejed at the
lowest rates and on liberal terms.
It is the true interest of merchants rnl
dealers to buy Ih5()(l ner mnnlh nour km,... . .
preference to s3,000 seini-annually at a rli,
lant point, thus keeping their stocks freh,
ml (liHtrihutinir tlieir In I la nnvi,h! in s d. . ..'
0 . -- .-jHv.v,it h an. ij
the more easily paid.
JAS. rURSELL.
rortsmotith, P.. Dec. 22, 1854.
M- DAVIS,
WATER ST., CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
.8I0ULD beg leave to announce to the
Vw citizens of Ross and adjoining coun
ties, that be has opened out a new ami
complete stock of fall and wintergood,.
selected from the best foreign and do
mestic fabrics, which he will sell at
wholesale and retail. 'prices, lower than
any ever offered iu this part of the coun
try. He has alse a . full and complete
assortment of fumi-shing' goods of all
discription and -quality. Also oil com
mission a splendid lot of woolen under
shirts and drawers,' which he will
whole sile at New York urlces: he re
frains from puffing or praising. Cell
and gee for yourselves.aod be convince
hat jou will make money by purcha
sing at the Phoenix Block; don't forget
the place, 2 docrrs west of Fallertou'i
old stand on Water Street.
A few first rate, pant and vest maker
wanted, to whom the highest pri e
will be caid. loct. mih'isa dm
School Books.
rCCLFFEY'S SERIES CCrVPLEr. '
SPELLERS, First, Second, Third Fourth
and Fifth Readers. TheHeman'a Youiui
Ladies Readers. . .
Fmeo's Primary Grammer,
" ' Analytical
" English Teacher t
"Rbv'. A Tpthmfitir. P.f. T! t C 1
Third, Ray s Algebra, Parts First and Second.
mrauiievH r.iecnc rnmers.
The Elementary Speller.
Webster's school Dictionary.
Mitchel'8 Primary Geography.
Mitchel's larne trhnnl r:.,nat... Ki.
edition. '
Copy Books, Slates, Pencels and all kinds
of stationary for schools, for sale st ' -
. BRATTON'S.
MOSES RAY'S. ESTATE. ;.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
Signed has been minninlol on,l i:
fied tlniinistratoi of (Ire Estate of Moses
Kay, late oi tlie county of Vin ton, deceased.
gwu mu ow. tej aw Rat.
EXECUTOR'S S A T.T r
A 0TIC is hereby given, that he personal
11 property, belonging to the Estate of Rob
ert Bay, late of the countv of Vi 11 till! li.
ceased, c t insisting of Horses, Cattle, Sheep,
i;ufc5, ,iii, ivorn, my.uals, and Farming
Lteusils, will be sold at public veudue, at
the late ,-esidence of tti-anifl pnu. n...
on tlie 25lh day of October, a. d. 1S55; coni-
niuitiugaivo cirjcK, a. tn. of said day.
TERMS OF SALE: '"
t All sums of three dollars, and under, Cas-h
in hand; and on all sums over three dolUtw.
a credit of nine nwwi e given, jiro
twcu notes and approved securily aregiveu
prior to removing the properly.
. THOMAS M. BAY,
Executor of the Will of Eobett Bay.
Oct. Hth, 185D-3w. .
. ' SAV HOa'EV.
Iviishto call the attention of friends to
the fact, that we are ccmrelled lo raife
some money. We haye waited long on some
notes and accounts due to us. and have been
at considerable expense in sending a person
to ra:i on tome wno are owemg us. v e
must have money and earnestly ask our
friends to call and pay us some, or we will
be compelled lo leave their notes for collec
tion. Come help us a little.
' JS. A. UKATTON.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
THE BOARD OP SCHOOL
Examiners of Vinton County,
will meet in McArthur, on Saturday,
the 27th day orTrcTOtierr-1855. for the
examination ot leacliers.
0.T. GUNNING, Sec'y.
Oct, 18th, '55.2vr .
11, 11, JOHNSON, .
, 4, (stCCESSQHT JPSEKH JOiS,)
Medical, Ttcologiul, Bltik and llisrx 11a
ncotu Booti, Slaliontry and Wall fap t,
! i fAINT 8TRET, '
CHILLIC O TEE,- OHip,
-Books received from tbo Eastern Kfar.
ket at their earliest publication, or ordered
when desired. . ... ;
, , OX OKLS.
'mANKEIii Ox Yokes, at the Gilt.Ani
X U DLNN1NG, CAMFBJLLL& CO.
JiiJl 1853: '
JOU.WOItK.ofevetjtieacniiuyu uejitlt
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