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THE PROSPECTUS
FOR SECOND YEAR,
COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION.
COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION. 1855--6.
The Committee of Management tike
plexsiire in announcing that arrange
menu fur the Second Annual Collection
of Work i of Arl bas beea male on the
jnost extensive scale, i Works of, Ansa-
kan Art, and the encouragement of
ahehicas genius, have not been over
looked. Cumiuissoiuliava been issued
to'many distinguished American Artists,
and a special ageut has visited the great
Arl Repositories of Europe th make
careful selection of choita Paintings,
Bronze and Marble Statuary ,&c. yioong
which it the far famed and wookerful
pales of Sculpture,
Tllli GENOA CRUCIFIX,
Trans of Subscbii'tion: The payment
of Three Dollars constitutes any person
i member of this association, end enti
tle! him to either one of the following
Monthly Magazines, for out year, and to
ticket in the distribution of the Statu
ary sad Paintings described in the Cat
alogue, The Macatinej consist of
Futnam' Monthly, Harper's Magazine,
Knickerbocker's Magazine, Godey's La
dy's Book, Dickens' Household Works,
Graham's Afagaxine, Blackwood Maga
zine. Li Hell's Living Age (Weekly),
one year, and two tickets for 16,
No person is retracted to a single
(hare. Those taking fits memberships
ere entitled to auy Ate of the Magazines,
one year, and to tut tickets in the dis
tribution. Fersous in remitting funds for mem
iership, will please gire their Post
office addiers.tn.uil.staling the month
tbey wish the magazine to commence,
ud register ihe letter at the Post-Office,
o prevent loss;on the receipt of which,
ceitiQcste of membership, together
with the Magazine desired, will be for
warded to any part of the country.
For rn Hubert hip, address,
C. L. DERBY, ACTUARY, C. A.
At EASTERF OFFICE, 348 Brodway, New
York; or, WESTERN OFFICE, 166. Water
street, Sandusky, O.
MARKETS.
McArthur, Novem. 22
Apples, D.,
liuitei jr lb..
Smoked limns,.
" Shoulders,
" Sides,"--
Brooms,
1'callS, W.
Colle ,
Caudles,
Clieese,
Cloverseed
Com
Fgs pel doz"
ICO.lton..... M
16 father, 18:U
M tard peilh. 10
tf Moles se& pr gal. V
9 Nails, 3d to lOd, CxiiO
30 Outs, 2D
2.00 J 'iaus, Irish. SO
tS Peacccs, D., 1.75
VO'l'ork i.rcwf'- 4,00
ru
)t.
no
10
Sntar N. 0.. 12
l.oaf, !
" Cribbed,- 1012
Sail, per bbl 3,50
r lour iliin.
,00i Table, pr Sack, -37
I' lour
,ier bbl fcfc.lHMSnap nor lb tfu5
Seed !Teg, Y. H.
Flax
Feathers,
Fish, While,.
" Mai keiel,.
Hides
-u imperial
fcTallow,
fee 10! Wheal p'r bu
4 1 Wool perlb-
.Ill
(,100
12
l.'O
JiOn&O
Portsmouth Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
BUSKIRK & DAVIS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. I. Buckeye Block
PORTSMOUTH, Nov. 22 1855.
9
10
An ides. Dried : 75
" Loaf-"
" Crushed
I'lioonisnrdiix fr2(iMi
Umcimi lltiuiR jH-r Hi. i'l Suit, Kuaawlia, Im. 45
Shoulder - lul
leas, loose ii in packs
Sides "
Beans. W. pet lm. 3,01
" Y. 11., lb. 45nHt)
" liiiper'l,.55(i(5
" Gnnu'wdei (i5
fuhm r o bK.. cav.25
" Ya. cav.-. 20u30
Caudles, mould- 15
Siir 21
Cotton Yarns- I8
Clirese.W.R. Ib.bl;t
Oil, Lard iirEhl... H)
Cotter. Rio- M
Oil, Linseed " 100
Cloverseed,. fi.Ot'
Hour in blil.Wl
Oats pr, bit. 50
IVatliesOri'il... 2,1U
Potatoes, Irish.. 125
Feathers pr lb.-. 45
Flaxseed, pr bu. 1,0(1,
.Salcruttw pr lb... tvi5i
Fish. Cod nr lb.-. 6
tallow nt 1
'Maki'relll22l
Tar pr bhl. - 5,5o
Lard pr lb."
1 unotliy ew, J oO
Molaecs.N.O.eal. 41
Wheat pr uti. - l.Ofj
S. 11. " 45
V inokt y, Lotninoit .0
" Mon'hala. &0
live, liQ
' G.S. " WH
Nails.. - 10 lo 8.) hVi
Siwiar N. 0." 7ob
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ubl before putting our paper to press
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Solvent banks, pa
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pniull noU'6, t Uis
Ohio.
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rae bk. old plate.5dis
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INDIANA.
Kiate bank, and
uraucnes, par
Free banks, 5(2 50 dis
Bk. of Conuers
ville, ' 30 dis
Illinois
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(State bank and
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Brandies,
pat
Tennessee.
Kanahwa 10 dnjSoivent banks,
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Canada
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aoiveni banks, a nu
Ml m
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pSinall notes, 5 dis
North Carolina.
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Except Adrian Ins. Co
email notee, 6 ditJ
and Macomb Co. bk.
South Carolina.
Wisconsin.
Solvent banks, 3 disl
Free banks, . 3 dis
Georoia.
Small note.', 0 dis
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Texas & oIkakpas.
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Vtd e.
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; New York, i prm. J pup.
Philadelphia J -
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AMERICAN GOLD.
Buying at i prm. Celling at
STRAW CUTTERS.
20
YANKEE Straw Cutters, from 7
received at the (nit AnviK
DENNINU, CAMPBELL & CO.
July , ltoiit ' ,
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4Cpkf pv-lb.'pa id feir Rac,- a ud
grthalf euoujVn uw T
liiliiws TmFJIoIvtiily
' MAGAZINE.
A iEV Y0L13IE.
DURING the last six months there
hare been issued of Harper's Net
Monthut Aagazisi over Eight hund
red and fifty thousand Numbers. The
Publiihers may safely to this fact as
evidence of the uoparalled and conUnt
ly increasing success with which their
efforts to publish a cheap, instruct!,
and eutertaiuing monthly have been at
tended. They renew the expression of
their thanks to the public for their
constant confidence and support, and
especially to the press for the substan
tial aid il has afforded in making their
efforts and publication known to the
American people,
It can scarcely be necessary to add
Hie assonance that the plan of conduct
ing (he Magazine, which hasproved so
successful, will be continued within
creased assiduity and care. The w'anti
and tastes of the great mass of the peo
ple will continue to bacon suited: and
no labor or expense will be spared to
give them, every month, the largest
amount of toe most interesting and in
structive literary matter, original and
selected, in the best form and at the
cheapen price. Special and increased
attention will be to the series of origi
nal illustrated articles, descriptive of
American scenes and historical inci
dents, prepard by tbe most popular wri
ters, and accompauied by engravings by
by the best artists in the UnitedStstes.
In. every department of the Maga
zine renewed efforts will be made to in
crease inability, its utility, and its at
tiacliveness for general readers.
Though it bas not yet completed the
sixth year of its existence, Harper's
Alagiztne tins a circulation greater by
many thousand than was ever attained
by any other publication ever issued in
sny part of the world. It is the deter
miuation of the nulishers that it shall
continue to merit thii unparalleled and
still increaceing prosperity,
hath number of the Magazine will
contain 144 octavo .ages, in double
columns, each year thus comprising
nearly two thousand pages of the choic
est Miscellaneous Literature of the day
Every Number will contain numerous
Pictorial illustrations, accurate Plates
of the Fashions, a copious Chronicle of
of current Events snd impartial No
l ices of the important Books of the
Month. The Volumes commence with
the Nos. June ana December; but sub
scrip'.ions may commence whh any No
1 crniB. 1 lie Magazine inav be ob
tained of Booksellers, Periodical Agents
or from the Publishers, at 63 a year, oi
25 cents a number. The Semi-annual
Volumes, as completed, neatly bound In
Cloth, are sold at Two Dollars each
and Muslin Covers are furnished
to those who wish to hue their bac,
Numbers uniformly bound, at Twenty-
five Cents each. Lleven Volumes are
now ready, bound. 'Harpers Story
Hooks' and 'Harper's Maguzins' w ill be
sent to one Address, for one year, for
Fits Dollars,
The Publisher will supply specimen
Numbers gratuitously to Agents and
l'obtuiasterrs, will make liberal arran
genu nts, with them fo circulating the
Magatlue. They w ill also supply Clubs,
of lo persons at Five Dollars a year, or
live'reieons at Ten Dollars. Clergy
ieu supplied at two Dollars a year.
IIIKPER & BRO'S. PU BLISHEUS.
BANK NOTE LIST. NEW VOLUME-----1856.
GRAHAM'S
AMERICAN MONTHLY MAGIZINE.
Established in 1827.
Devoted to Literature, Art and Fashion.
THE New Volume, commencing with the
JiiiMwy number, leoo, will contain ortr
I welve Hundred I'lieta of the choicest read'
iug matter, Sloe 1 and Wood Engravings, and
music
Each mimher wilt conlnln a splendid Steel
EncravuiKi a Plate of the Paris Fashions, on
Steel, elegantly colored; one or more articles,
fK lily illustrated with wood engra vines: mis
(vliuneoos 1 rose aim i'uetry; an ivtitors
Table; Reviews of New Books; Moutlily
Summary; Hints on Fashion.and Fashionable
Intelligence; rat terns for fseetlle-work, and
new music.
The Steel Fucraviuns will embrace finely
executed portraits of the celebrated ludv-
writers of tlie day, interspersed with a varie
ty of other subjects of-general interest.
1 tie f asm on fiates are engra red on oteei,
after the latest Paris Fashions, giving out
and in door costumes for the month. They
have been pronounced superior lo those pub
liclied in any other American Periodical.
1 lie Wood hncravints will be of the high
est fimsh, and by our best artists.
ine Literary matter will consist or Jlistor-
iinl. nioeianhuttl and Lilerarv Essavs. sketch
es of Travel, Fine rts, Novels. Tales, Ro
mances, etc. j he Novels end Roonanoes
Graham are universally acknowjedged to ex
cel in beauty and interest any others publish
ed in America.
The Editor's Table is made up of Humor
ous Sketches and Anecdotes, Foreign, Domes
tic ana Literary uossip, etc,
The moLttily Summary of Current Events.
prepared by VVm. Dowe, gives a condensed
account of the principal events, which have
taken place In the Workl, during the preced
month. '
Tlie Review s of New Books from the pen
of the great critic, E. P. Whipple.
Ihe tashion article, bylienioCScolt.pre-
sents a correct and comprehensive, account
the new styles of JJresses, Uounets, .Mantil
las, Shawls, Embroideries, and everything le
lating to Fashion of interest to ladies.
Ihe Needle-work ratlems lor Collars, tn-
dersleeres, Caps, Berthas, Skirts, Embroider
ies lor llHiidkercliiels, and general Needle
work, are numerous and beautifully deigned.
Ml bid This alone at a music atore
would cost more than a year's subscription.
TERMS. One Copy, one yoar,
advance. t3; Two Copies. $5: Five
Copies, (and one to Agent or getter
of the club,) 10; 11 copies, and one
to agent, 20; for $6, one copy will
sent .Three Years. Addition to clubs
at the same rate as club sent.
OCrSpecimen copies sent gratis
tnose uesinng io get tip ciuus.
vlI Commumcationt to be addressee!
ABRAHAM H. SEE,
No. 106 Chestnut St., Phila.
JAMES McCONNEL'S KblAlt.
rVT OT1CE is liereby civeri, that the under
1 1 itisiierl has been atinoiilted and mmlifint
Executor of the last Will and Testument
James McConucl, late of the county ofVin
ten. drceased. TA TRICK MURDOCH.
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NEW WHOLESALE
READ V-31 AD f LOT II IS G
WAREHOUSE. .
HAWPTON &, CAMPBELL,
Cf th lata Orm cf Utnprca, Wllion k Co,
Ao. ii Third Stmt betwern Uood L lurkct,
PITTSBURG, PA.,
ARE now receiving their stock of Fall
and Winter Goods to which tliey call
Uis attention of Western Mwihants.
Among their assortment will be found
MEN ASfi DOYS CLOTHING
Of every possible description; also Troy and
llartlnrxl bhivts and Collars, Wool, Merino
ami Cotton Undershirts and Drawers, Silk
end Li mien Handkerchiefs, Men's Hosiery.
auspewlers, travels, Iseck Ties, Stocks.
U loves. c. Also, a eeneral assortment ol
INDIAN 11 Lb II EH UOODS.
We intend this stock shall always be one
of the largest, the bet furnished, and the
most beautiful and complete to be foond in
lift United States. Our connection with one
of the largest houses in Massachusetts where
the utmost care has been bestowed in their
manufacture, gives us advantages which will
enable us to sell Goods at Eastern Jobbers
prices, which we are determtued to do, and
also enables us to oiler
A greater variety ol Goods to our cus
tomers than has hitherto been
found in this Market.
We respectfully solicit the patronage of all
bu)ers visiting this cilv. Ihe orders ot our
customers shall be promptly and satisfactor
ily filled on terms as liberal as by any other
House in ine cnuntrr.
HAMPTON & CAMPBELL.
Sept. 6 '05 2m.
FAMILY MEDICINES!
E. A. BRATTON.
MAIN ST MEET. McARTIlUU, O
KEEP constantly on hand the following
Genuine and Popular Medicines:
PILLS.
Seller's Liverrills, Dr. Lee's rills.
WORM MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Jones McL's do.
COUGH SYRUP.
Seller's Imp'l C. S., Dr. Jones' Couch Syrup
v i-f,irj..Tfi
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. & B. Liniment
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Relief do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Kathairon, Vegetable Hair Oil, 53?
Uears Uil, (pure,) iUiu Lte Cologne. .
Castoi Oil, Sweet Oil,
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicamentum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, Batesmau's Drops.
Sloan s Condi t ion Powder; and Essences ol
all kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and w ar
ranted to te genuine.
April 6, 1855.--If
CLIIXE Sl GARDNER,
DRUGGISTS,
it,
WILKES VILLE, OHIO,
f'T'EEP constantly on hand the folowing
X genuine and ponular tamily meuicines,
PlLl. Sellers Liver Fills, McLaine'i
Liver Pills. Aver's Pills.
COUGH R'EMEDIES.-Seller's Imperial
Cniif h Syrpp. Ay.t aLhcrry I ertoral. Seller
Hive Svrun. belter's Synip of ftruillo.
WORM MEDICINES, Seller s Vermifuge
McLaine's Vermifuge.
LINIMENTS. H. G. Farrrl's Indian Lin
iiiMnit, Gardner's Volatile Liniment, Railway
Ready Relief, Pain Curcr, Liquid Opidildoc,
HAIR TONICS. Lyon's Kathairon, G,
Gaylords.
Also: A latge ami well selected stock
Dregs, Medicines. Oils, Paints and Dye-stuffs;
all for sale a I the low est prices.
Oct. 27lh, 1854. ly.
JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE
II H. JOHNSON, (successor to Joseph
IJI Jones) keeps constantly on hand
large stock of
BOOKS, S TA TIONER Y, WALL
PAPER 4c,
Wlm li he xvill sell at tiiern Prices. It
his design to afford Country Merchants, and
puichascrs generally, such facilities for sup
plying themselves with every article in
line, as they have not heretofore enjoyed.
Additions are now being made to his stock,
w hich w ill make one of the Largest autf 3esl
in Ibe Western country.
As a mere outline, his stock will be found
to consist of
BOOKS Medical. Scientific, Law, Theolog
ical, School, Blank and Miscellaneous.
STATIONERY Letter, Cap, Bill and Note
raper.
ENVELOPES Buff, Embossed and Plain
White, and Government.
WALL PAPER A heavy and well selected
slock, at prices ranging from 8 cents,
to 81,50 per bolt. Aso, Borders
the greatest varietv, and Wiudow
LliiKls.
BLN K BOOKS Ledgers, Journals, Day
Books, and Time Books, all of every
style.
PERIODICALS Those issued Monthly,
others.
MAFS Large Maps of both Hemispheres
of tlie United States: Small Maps
each of the Western States, and
Mexico.
FANCY ARTICLE of different kinds.
ALSO Slates, Copy Books, Copper Plate,
. , Fencils, Gold and Steel Pens, Ink
all kinds, Inkstands, Wafers, &c,
All of which wiii be sold low. at Whole
sale and Retail at Johnson's Book Store,
Jones' old stand, Paint St., Chillicothe, Ohio.
December 0. Ib03. ly.
A. Hi SAMSON,
AUorney at Law,
and beal estate aoest,
OASniLL, JACKSON CflCMY, OHIO.
WILL attend the courts in Jackson,
Vinton, Hocking,- Athens, Meigs,
Gallia, Lawrence, Scioto, Pike, and Ross
cou ties. All buiainess entrusted
bis care, will be promptly attended
Persons entitled to Land Warrants,
under the late act of congress, will
well to give him a call, as he has pecu
liar facilities for obtaioing the same.
The highest Cash price paid for Land
Warrants, and i?eal estate, bought
sold on reasonable. terms. Persons wish
ing to sell Real estate, will . consult
their interest by patronising him.
Oak Hill, Ohio.
MOSES RAY'S ESTATE.
of
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been appointed and quali
fied Alministhitoi of ti e Estate of Moses
Rav.'lntfl of the county of Vinton, deceased
01.-11 :h-3w. ' ..TtAUT. K H,
SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY
RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON and after Friday, 1st of June, IS55,
Trains will run as follows, lo wit:
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clock A.M. and arrive at Jackson at li
o'clock M. Returning leave Jacksou at It
o'clock P. M. and arrive at Portsmouth af 5
o'clock P. M-
Train No. 2 leave Jackson at? o'tloek A.
, and arrive at Fortsnwmth at 1 1 oYlm k A.
. returning leave Portsmouth at P. M.
lid arrive at Jackson at fi o'chxk P. M.
Trains (op only for passengers at tlm fol
low ine statnms, to wit: Sciotoville, Wi vr.
Watliiimtcu und Gallia Stations, PorlUmJ,
Cros Roads and Irwin's Station.
J. W. WEBB, Suiieiiiitendeu.
June 15, '55. 2c-tf.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. R.
MAV illli.WLh.liLMS. , .
PASSENGERS leaving Columbus at 2:15
a. m., Cincinnati at 6 a. m., or Chilli
co the at 1 1 a. tn., arrive at Bers' ('23 miles
east of Chillicotlie) at 12:30 p. in.
A Tram reaves livers duilv Isundays ex-
ceptedjat 1:40 p. yn., by which passengers
arrive atuiuticoineai jiap. m., cincinnaii
at bU p. m., or Lolumbus at I l. li p. w.
bleces to and from Athens, Pomeroy, Mc-
ArthuT, Hanulen, Jackaon, Outlipolis, 6c,
connect with ihe Trains at Byers', and pas
sengers tan maJte Hie trip ttween either of
these places and Columbus, Cincinnati or
Chillicotlie ia a tingle dav.
An accommodation j rein is run cany
except Sundays from Chillicottie to Elan-
dies ter and dock.
Passengers by this tram leave Chillicotlie
at 5 a. m., and arrive at Cincinnati at 11:13
m., or Columbus at 1:45 it. m. Leave Co
lumbus at 1 1 a. m., or Cincinnati at 4 p, m.
and arrive at Chillicothe at 10 p. m.
tare fromlers to Lincinnaii. fcJ,iu
do. do. to Chillicotlie 7U
Thtoimh Tickets between Columbus nud
Chillicothe 83,50, to be had onlv at Colum
bus and Xenia Railroad Ticket Olfice at Co-
lumbuS) end on the cars of Marietta and Ciu
ciuiiati Railroad an leaving Chillicotlie.
Jaug. 1055.tr. . JOHN WADDLE.
COACH & RAILROAD LINE.
NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
AFTER
a-.'J
1855, a Duily Line of Mail
Cue ches will run regularly between Me Ar
thur and Isyer s Station; as follows :
Leave McArthur at a o clock, A. M., pas
sing through llamdcuf'i, arrive at liver's at
y a.
UetiiTiiing, leave Ilycrs at 5, F. M., pas
sine tlirotii'ii iiHinnen oj, r. m.j arrive at
WcArtimr at o, l'. m,; connecting vviui tne
Murietta & Cincinnati K. 11., to and from
Chillicothe.
A Daily Coach will leave McArthur every
irioruingfor Albany.Pomeroy, Alliens, Hock
ing Port, FarkerBburg and Marietta.
June 1st. do. 11. 11. i . iitiY l.
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H. LLOYD & CO.,
WllOLKSALK BOOT & EHOK WaII JCIIOUSfc
Ko, 2. Ilntkryt Blotk, Front Strict,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
HAVE ju st received their extensive Fall
Stock, consisting of all the latest styles
and fashions. Our stock having been pur-i-hasrd
direct from the manufacturers, prin
cipally for cash, with great care in the se
lection of quality and sizes adopted to the
Western trade, we ure enabled to offer su
perior inducements this fall, and are deter
mined not to be undersold by any regular
house either iu New York, Philadelphia or
Baltimore. .
In addition to Otll r.Lne!ve slock of Boots
Slid Mioes Will be lound larganJ ul ae
lected stock of
HATS S CAPS. .
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade.
Merchants aid Furnace Owners visiting our
city are invited to call and examine for the nisei
ver.
To this La dies. We ate now inanufactur
inaa superior article of laidies' and Misses'
Gaiters' Buskins and Slippers. Having pro
cured some of the best workmen in the nest
we are prepared to supply those who want
custom work.
. Leatheb. One Thousand lbs. Red Sole
Leathet.l2.001bs,No. 1 White Sole leather,
3C dozen French calf Skins, 25 dozen Craw
ford's i'kihs, JO dozen Kip Skins. Upper
leather and Shoe Findings alwavs on baud
and for sale at the lowest market price.
January 20. 1854 1 y
DKUG STOKE
GEO. If. W LL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRALEB nr
Ml'GS, CEM1CALS, TAINTS,
varnish. DrEs,PVRE essential
OILS, INSTRUMENTS, BRUSH
ES OF E VER Y DESCRIP TION,
ANATOMICAL PREPARA
TIONS, F ti Articles, Druggists' Shop Fur
niturt, Glass iVare,Witidoi Glass,
Alcohol, rf-c, rj-c., if c,
MAIN STREET, MCARTHUR, OHIO,
R1
ESPECTFULLY
informs his friends
and the public, that he
now opening a large
superior stock of Drugs,
rf-c, that have been selec
ted with personal care
thin market.
Physicians and customers, will find
rrugs of the best quality, all of wtneb
will sell ai me lowesi prices,
J AM ALSO AGENT
For all kinds -of Fak-nt Medicines, Engliali
French end Ceinmi Herbs. Tolicto, Cigars
and a fine assortment of Soaps, Hatreds
Pure W ines. june 10 lfcK). U.
J. K. A D. WILL,
V IIOLlf ALE ASD RETAIL LEALF.R IS
DRY-G 0 0 D S , GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE,
.BEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
lim, CAPS, liUOTX, SHOliS, PROUlCIi,
Ac, Ac, Ac ,1
Maiu Street, McArthur, Ohio,
JACOB MITCHELL'S ESTATE-
NOTICE is hereby tiven, that Job Mitch
ell, Administrator of the Estate of
Miicliell. Jr., lave of the county of Vin
ton, deceased, has filed iu tlie Probalel Court
of said county his accounts and vouchers
such admiiastralor fur inspection and final
settlement, und that said accounts will
passed upon by said Court oil the 22d dav
October. 1655. , B. P. HEWITT,'
tept-13 3w. ' ' Tro. Judge V.C. O.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP,
TVOTICE is bertby given that ou tlie 3'
1 the co-paitnertdiip heretofore existing
w eco R. C, LUCAS d- N. LOUD was dis
v ed by mutual consent. The Books are in
. hands of N. Iorl for wttlemarit. ;
ov.S. Ol . LUCAS oj- LORD.
Steam' Cabinet factory.
J. II. WAIT,
Cohseb or Jrsnasox avd Slcoku Stiiei-to,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
CAI.I the attention of the citizens of
Vinton and adjoining counties lo his su
perior slock of rw,
caiiixetSware,
wbii h lieofTersat wholesale or retail on reas
onable terms. Give iiin a call.
linlers attomted lo promptly.
M;m h 2 LJb.VT-. ly
"HOOTS 1 SHOES.
J l "ST revived tlie largest and best selection
i'( Jhioia end Shoes ever uieneil in lhit
market, (mififtiiigof
lients. r.iiainelt'd Urogaus,
Calf rr
" Pinioned Congress Giiitcrs,
MurrocoSlipcri4, d
French Culf Hoots, '
Indies Kuameled Lace lloolg, . '"
" Goal "
" Sewed -
' Laced Cailers.
M Patent Leather "
" Kna meted Jenney LinJ's,
Patent Sea Buskin,
" Fancy KuameWd "
" ' Slipper. '
Childrens' Kkl Laced Jtoots,
" Fancy "., : '
- Kobm
" . Kid Peg
Knameled " '
" Goat "
' FaiH-r " . -Misses
Kid slippers,
Fancy Laced Boots,
tRATTON
NEW GOODS.
Ill AVE just leceived a good stock of New
Goiuls. suitable for the aeuson, wnich I
will sell low for Cahhi -otixiMiiig in jrt, of
CLOTHS. CASHMKRKS, SATINKTTS,
MERINOS, DKLAINS, ALPACAS,
COBEIIGS, CALICOES, oC, dc.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Fresh Groceries,
rj-c, Ic., &c, '.&c.
Flour, Wheat. Corn, Potatoes, de., taken
in exchange for Goods. E.A. Buatton.
N active honest Man in each section of the
State, to take orders by 'SAMPLE' fur
VKLPKAirS MAGNETIC AGENTS..- A
salary of ft8Q0 per year, and a small commis
sion will be paid. "Salary payable moutli
ly." For particulars address Da. M. Vrx-i-KAU,
4224 Broadway. New-York, enclosing
3tmp to pre-pay answer.
Nov. 1st. '05 4r. -
Hardware.
LirrL'NCOTTS Axes, warranted. SO days
or the money refunded. Hatchets war
ranted. Tilletson's Handsaws warranted
Door Locks. Thumb latches, Butts, Strews
Augers. Smoothing Irons, Curry Comus
Horse Enislies, Files, Rasps, in shot every
thing iu llie Hardware lwi", at .
4rA 1 I yJi o.
STATE ROAD NOTICE.
LL the parlies in Vinton county In
lerested in the establishment of the
roposed new Stale road, from Richmoii l
by
the Londonderry nation ol M. & L
R. R. and by the Tillage Loiidondery and
terminatine in Vinton co , near the
oust of Esekiel Radclifl, are hereby no-
fled that the Commissioners of Vin'on
co., at their session, on the first Monday
of December next, will hear the parties
n favor or against the establishment of
said road, and the application for dain
ties of any person, or persons on ac
lof Hip location of said road through
his, rer. or their lands.
By oboeb op.thf. Commissioners.
J. M.4GEE, Auditor V. Co.
Oct.iath. 1R55U wQ
Notice.
HAMDEN FURNACE.
The firm of Frazee, Tarr & Co., was
dissolved on the eighteenth ultimo, by
mutual consent, Epbraim Frazee retir
inc. The business of the Hamden Fur
nace w lH hrreafter be carried oniinder
the names of Damarin.Tarr 4J Co., by
whom the business of the old firm is
be settled.
October 18, 1855. tf.
and
for
our
we
ami
Ja
cob as
be
ol
MIT! GOOD FBLiT!
HTR, GRIGGS wi be at McArthur with
1tJL a hxefi asortment of fruit trees, and Or-
nimental shrubery, which can be obtained
him personally at reasonable priors on tlie
28th, 29lh, bihI 30ih, of November. 1853.
And' tie will also deliver to aubn'ribers
JOcts per tree, who may hand tlieir iwrr.er
.1 r-ii k iir;n: n..l.l
to llie louow ing Aiieius: iniium uuiu,
Vinton furnace, B.P. Hewitt. E. jl.Bratton
Mciiliur. . . ii.ljKlUliS
Oct. 4 th, IS55. tf.
FiVARTHUR HOUSE
And Stage Office,
MAIN STREET,
(opposite tub post orrics,
McA RTUR,OHIO,'
JOS- KALER
tx-mmmsmm
I3ASSENGERS who stop at tins House,
can take the Coach every moraine
Chillicothe, to liver's Station, tLence by Rai
Road; also, every morning for Athens,
other points South aud East.
Tlie proprietor assures all who favor him
with a call, that no means will be spared
mke tbein comfortable and at charges
suit the times. Jjuly 27,'55,
ARTIST'S MATERIALS.
OF every description furnisheil at short
and fair prices. A large supply
Paints and Brushes lor I'ortrail LaHi(-uie
Painters, Toy Paints and Best Water Colors
on hand. J. R. W UITTIMORE
tneylboO. Second El., Chilliioihe,'
NOTICE.
DISSOLUTION 0v l'ARTKER
SHIP.
IHAVU this day Sold to Weslfult, Stewart
J- Co. my entire inteifsi in tlm' Cincin
nati Furnace 0-:itwuy, aud am therefore
longeva partner tla-reiii, ' '
Ciaxis&ATi Fiusace, Juno 21, 1855,
JOHN KOB15INS.
G.ViAHDERSOfJj
CENTER WHEELING WHARVES
WHEELING, VA., &" PJUDGtrORT.
Has large and exlnisive War Honors,
is prepared with every facility, to attend
all Duiuess. el.tnisfed to tin "ctue, projerly
n torwaMMnitai ov uar loads or otiitrwjs
September 5,!SW ; U .' '.
CHAS. A. M. PAMAKIN'.Vru-
RECEIV ED direct from N-wOrlv .
575 hhds fair to prime N. O. St-r;
20 " clarified do.
109 bis loaf, crushed (c pulveriit 1 Vu' t
54 bxs white Havana, for cau'lyn:.i
tips j
2337 bis N. 0. Molasesj .'
. 75 do "St. James" tholiesus'if". 'no
lasrf.s . ,
100 do Common sugar If. inn!j -.' ' '
10 do Golden ayrup;
55 Tea- Rice;
..'100 bags Kio and Java roflt: .
Whit li, tocellitr with a full and u-mi.'. irl
slmkof.
WoonwABE Buckets, tub.tine was!.l..-i .
brnnius, &c.
Fki'itk & Ni ts Figs, raslns' almon : pr-
cami, K. alnuU, filberts: Brazil nut; t., , '
Sj'h-eb 'Ground, and unground P j
isiuces; cinnamon: cloves: tinner:
Finn niackeral: dried herrinc. codfi.-it: -
liiws:
Teas A larce slock of fiesL Lunrj' '. i
H H run powder and black tea:
TonAcco Fives; eights and pound j
ood Virginia, ATissouri andKeiitucki 1 1 n. I.
also, Geilne tl-Bros and other cnol t,.k..i li
of fi twist tobacco:
DvE-M'urra Iodigoj copperas ni.t.I. r
lum:
SuMiairr Soap: candles, starch. i1i.i.-..t -if
alu-ratus: super carbonate of kkU:
sultl lead; shof; warpping paper; AxfVc.
on win se i ai ins raguiar uiiicuhwi.i
wholesale prices:. . . ',
C.A. ..DAJARlNixCo. ;
Portsmouth, April 1 1, 1854.
Uukcjc, Block,
No. 1, Front Street.)
DISSOLUTION
PIHK co-parlneisliip heretofore ti
A. 'etneeii the subscribers, under lU-
of (laUa & Uuskirk, was this day
tll-lM.lK-.l
y mutual coiiseiii. r. 1. Uakesuai. -.i t
Ins enlire interest to Messrs. George 6. I'm
II. Davis, all claims will be aetlUkl.tim; .1.1,1.1
collected by Bubkirk & Davis. out emvi hM
t J. OAKlvS.
& A. w. busk;::k.
A. W. IH'UCIRK. OtO. PATI8, cniS. If. 4UVI4.
KllSKIRK & DAVIS,
Sun-eswr of Oakeg & Buskiil.V -
YHOLESALE GBOCL'i':'."1
AW, - -
PRODUC DALERS,
Lnrkfvt Block, Front Strrd.
PORTSMOUTH
January 19, lS54,r-tf.
t).
V. M. Stamh."
G.D
At
WECLEY STARR Si. SON'S.
GKMR L CO BHin ION MEKIinH'
f ulh.BaUorW..nt Frwtac. .
I IE AT TOBACCO FLOUH, PROVISIONt..t-. . .
Nos.h5&S7S. CHARLES STHKI. 1.
Between Pratt and Camden streets. - -t ii
Tobacco liiRiection Warehonuct,
Ui LTIMOEE, .
I.ibtrcl udrancei mad on coniiga?m
N. B. We have recently removed ! .i:r
new and extensive Warehouses, upon ;tr
Charles Stroet.where we hav the aiK '., e
ol 11 Kail Itoml track ol oar own, ?coriiirriiiV
our House willi the B. & O. Railway.) 1 '
are thus enabled to receive alt our -.p.-menU
when sent in carloads, free ( 1hn
age. We have, also, evey facility fr i;..- 1. .
ciiiK and sale of Tobacco, Flour, IWI-im. ,
and Western Pioduoe, generally.
Weseudacorn'ctsUtemeutof tlx M.irle'e
moutlily, to our friends, 01 oflener il .l. r'r.t d
June, iuai lyr.
Legal Notice.
;
to
of
at
BY' virtue of an order to me direcii-d f m
the Probate Court, within ami ! ii
county or Hariison. and State of Oliiu. I vv if ,
sell at 1 ublic Auction, at the dom . 1
Court House in McArthur, in tlie eomtv .
V iiitou and State aforesaid, n Wedm silj. .
tlie Seventh day of Novembc. ,! n.1 V
bet ween the hours of 10 o'clock, a. P:.niJi X
o'clock p. m. of said day, tbe followin- t U
utul prrmmri.iu b.a "Vliiim.-
and Stale ol Ohio, lo wiu Beuwlli.: M--nfi
half of the Soulh-East quarter ul t.i iioi-
tlnrty-onc (61), 111 township numW-r
9), of range eighteen 1 181, of landtiili.. i ti
to be sold at Chillicothe, Ohio. m:t..ini.
eighty acres, except so much there I us vr;
sold by nuiiam Jiakin, deoeaswl, C ,i lR
his lifetime 10 one Georce Packer, mi
cribed as follows: Peine a part oil' n v .
West side of the North half of the sr .n't t
quarter of section thirty-one (311. i., tn.,. .
ship nine I'J, of range eighteen 16; f i.,,,.
directed to be sold at ChUlicothe, O i. t ..
wining niiy-nve acres, wgetnei wi Ji al. vi
the privileges thereunto belontnz.
And alio, tlie following Real Etn t. f 5
ate in tilt; count and Stan nf.-.. : i
" , .1 .VIW
described as follos, to wit, H.-i,f -.a
Worm hall 01 tne soutn-weet, quarter . .
tionnurabr tkirty-two l-i2,in Imv.iO,. .
....... i.. 101 f .. . ..
iiHHiur.i ui ( ui idling eigntean iij i.
adds directed to be soli at Chillieoth.. O.....
contaiiHBgeihty acrs. .
said KuKis were appraised at the Fnm id
6G25,lX),ubioct lo tbe Uower Estate ii U w.
eesa Lakiu, whiowof William Lakin. iltcM.
lewis op Salb: One third in haud. i ...l
llie remaind er iu tw o equal annual pax i.n
with intent therron, to be secured by u.i-.i-gage
uiH-.n said Real Estate. :
K. j6. The Dower interest of Lewessa l.n
kin will be sold on same day at private bni..
Terms, Cash. , - . 1
By Jesse H. McMath.f William L. TutUr.
his Attorney, Adoa'r of Estate .,f
( Wb. Lakin, dcc'J. 1
sept 27th'55-4w.
tor
to
lo
or
ders ol
'
no
-,july2U4w
LlISMItU, CAMPBELL & Co.,
Importrn nnd Wtiolcxaif and Betdil Deaitrs la
Ilnrdwarc, Saddlery, Iron, Glast,
' Ac, Ac
WOULD respectfully Informtheir frii.f.4
and tbe public that tber have at leti" tli
got into tlieir splendid new room, and have
lilted it uperpressiy lor tne Hardware trade. ( .11
the burnt district) under the sign of theGILT
ANVIL, East side of Paint, between Waur
and 2d sts, wheie they are opening, in addi-
non to part of their former stock, a large o-i
desirable stock of American German a I
English Hardware, Saddlery, Iron and Gld- -,
together with all articles usually kept in lUil
waro stores, and invite all; to call and lV
look at tlieir new room and eiambe t!..ir
sunk: ' .. ,,'
Tliey have" conttuoetl 1 stoca of Gooils .-t
their OLD STAND, sign of Ibe Mill Saw, 1-11
Tagerris siiuare, (nndei the immediate
Out of the firm) wbeaa tliey have beeu sn i'-
erally patron feed tlva past year, for wbkh tlru
lane uius opponvnity ot j. iurning Ueir sin-.
cere thanks, and solicit a continuance of 11
anie, for both establishments, promifiin n .
keep as good. Goods aud kI) as loW;Bi a Mi .a
tliM market. I . . . . .. .
May 10, 1651-nlOlT . -
ISAAC MORRISON'S EST ATlC
snd
o
NOTICE Is lreby given, that Lemuel
Pa) ne, Eiecutor of the last Will t'.nl
Testament of Isaac Morrison, late of Vinr. ii
county, decensed, has filed in the Profc..;.
Court of caid county IiisaceovaUandvouttV
eis fur iiiEpecliub and nal tetUeroeut, ai4
ilwt said accouuU will be. taased upon Pr
aid twirl on Ihe22d day of October, 18M,
B. P. HEWITT, Prt. Jodga V. C.
acpt.13 3nr, , - . ,
JOIV OBK.of-iyJeiuti5h caatly

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