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JAMES. PURSaL,
EXCLUSIVELY WIIOLESALK CEAL
f.R IN FANCY AND ST A TLB DRY
GOODS. QUEKNSVVARE, CHINA,
AND GLASS,
If al Eolipt.t BoiUintt, rrcntSt, Fortraoatb.
, W InjwJ, 1SW. ill Infust,
AEW ' .GOODS.
rpilE UNDEP.S1GNED is now In receipt
X of bin I'flll Stork of Dry Good
r BONNETS, TIau. Caps, &c, 1o which
yiyiie iuvilcstlic ejiscml attention of mer
chants and furnace owners, xith tlie assu
rant that the Goods will be sold as tow ti
tl.ey can be hod from tie New York anil
Philadelphia jobbers, and at such prices as
will save the expenses on purchases uiada iu
Cincinnati or Pittsburgh.
Late purchases ami importations of Glass
and Uueensware make my stock viry large
end complete, all of w bich is offued al the
Joweel rate and on nuerai leims.
It is the true interest of merchants
dealers to buv 6500 per month near home in
p.eference to t J 0(JU semi annually at a dis
tant point, thus keeping tlieir stock fresh,
and distributing iheir bills payable iu a shape
the more easily puid.
' JAS. N'RSFXL.
Portsmouth, 0.. Dec. 22, l(-54.
J. K. ti D. WILL
A EE uow receiving and opening the larg
eft sud best selected stock of
Fil l, AMl.WIMF. f.OfinS
ever brought to ' tills' market. The senior
SIMM . aw ' r
partner having Speiil considerable time in the
vitlesol Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York
and Boston in selectine and purchasing, and
having paid careful attention to the latest
styles and most iinwoved paterns of all ar
tides of dress goods and wearing apparel,
they are confident tlieir stock cannot he sur
passed, either in magnitude or variety of
styles by any in tins country. It consists in
part as follows: Ladies' Dress Goods, and
shawls of every variety and fhle; Cloths,
Cassimeres snd Tw eeds of ell kinds Ready
Jlude Clothing of every description, for men
and boys; an extensive Sfforlnient of Hats,
Caps, Boots and Shoe?; Hardware, Queens
waie, a very lerja stock of Groceries, Wall
end Window Parr, and a complete assort
ment of Notions, Trimmings, c. In sliort
iheir stork is complete in every department,
and will positively be sold at the lowest pri
ces. Produce of all kinds wanted.
sept. 13 tC -
BOOKS! BOOKS! !
E. I BBAITO.
ton county, that he lias just received a
new stock of Books and Stationary, cintisting
in part of
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from II W to
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Round iu Morocco, gilt ami common bind
ing. vVeesns' Life of Wasiiikotos,
" " M Fsasklim,
" " Mahion..
Life of Danikl Boone,
Black Hawk,
" " TsCUUSEACH.J
EiiAsitPEAB's woika complete.
BvnoN's "
Life of P. T.Babscm.
D Audicbe's History of the Reformation.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Kaowtsoos.
Rixaldo Rinaldiha, a Romance.
Hale's Historv of the United States.
Grimshaw's llistory of the United States.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale,
MASONIC WRK8.
I The Craftsman, the Light of the Temple,
and Melotldies lor tho Craft, containing an
excellent selection ol Hymns and Odes' suita
ble lor evry occasion.
soya books.
Tbe Atretic Smunier. Parlor Sonester.
JCxileof Erin, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro
Dongs, biiq b Tarieiy oi oiner Bong uoo"S.
Moral and Instructive story books forchil
dren, Pictorial Toy Books for children.of every
uefeciipuoii.
BLANK BOOKS.
Justices' Dockets. Legejs and Day Books,
uouuu in leameranu nan Dinding, of all sizes,
STATWARY,
Best Cap Paper, Blue Post Letter Paper,
commercial note raper. Jiill Paper, also Ink,
Quills, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes. Inkstands.
afere, riting Sand, and Stationary of
(Terj Kino, an oi wnicn will be sold at the
vest ngures. for cafh. mav4 '05. tf
NEVVOODS.
rpHE undersigned dedieaain to lender
X their thanks to their numerous eu-tom-rs
for past favors, and advise them of the
Jct, (ha t they are now receiving and open
ng at the Buck co,nr, a LarKe and Splend
id Stock of FALL AM) ivjUTEK DHT
GOODS, consisting of every variety aud
quality, suited to the wants of theircustom
ers and the communis which they pledge
thernseWes to sell as fow as they can be bongfit
In this or any ol the western markets. Tlie
Will not bOaft, trag. or banter, but they dg
not intend to bt txulled in qantity anil quali
ty of Vteir Goodt, neither do they intend to
lie undertold. ' t
And while inviting the attention of their
customers to the prospects which are ahead,
they desire to remind them of the fact, that
some of them are is the arrears that "short
fettlements make long friends." That tlieir
Auction Notes, and, long standiag ocouns
should now 'be paid. And, ia iew of the
abundance of tbe crops, and neens w hich
ere at their command, it is hoped they w ill
pay up the old score, or at least settle by
note, and commence anew,
SHADES & REYNOLDS.
tap. 13. '55-tf.
I815S. Foil Trade. I8S8.
!! D. SKULL,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY.
20QPS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
LAND SUOfcS. HATS,
CAPS. BuNNiTS.
. ,.'.,:.. NOTIONS, .
o , ' &e.he. V
IPAUfT STSEET, CH1LL1COT11E.
IS now prepared to supply Merchants and
Furnace Proprietors, with all sntcles iu
lis line at fair prices and upon reasonable
terms His stock is new, laree, and well as
sorted, and will be sold invariably at Cin
cinnati prices. (aug. SO 2m.
I fi(tiawr I
VMOSESAY'S ESTATE.
TOTICE Is hereby given, that the under-
i. sigHeri nas been appointed and auuli
fied i4dniuYtslratoi of tbe Estate of Moses
Ray, late of Vie county of Vinton, deceased.
Oct. 1 1th Sw. Twors Rat.
. JAiiiSftJcCONNLLS ZVilh.
rJOlICBUlerebj given, that tl i.'.ide,
T Si-vcih4 N f-)J -A fc.iD'.e J and ut,ic;l
y.vxaiot ol 4 li -1 'V iii 4id 5tmn,ent ol
Tt-.aes McConntl, Lute if the court? of Vin
deoad PATBiCjMUXDOCH.!
nJls00 Kegs assorted cut anil wrought Nuils.
SO. P. PHttSIXf T. M. KAICH-a), tSOj UACCC
BABC'OCK&COi
Con missiqii JJcrchiits.
So. C5167 VaUr Strut, NEW iGRiL.
Febuatr 17. .' ' ;
c. r.
1UACT.
r. j. oaksm.
C. P.TPACY -&C0.,
Manvfaclvrt'rt and Wholtsalt
DEALIS l
P.OOTS, SHOW, HATS,
LFATH R AND FINOINC8.
One door Mow t. linnry t ri lank,
lronl Street. fOKTiuVOlTU, O.
April 37. ty.
IKON, NAILS AND STEEL.
3000 Lbs. Norway l Rod.
8000 Lbs. square, lotimt sua oct'gon
Sltl. Just received at the Gill Anva.
DtNNINO, CASlPtitXL CU.
Julr 29. Ie53.
gg DR. DUNLAP,
OCT Oflife, McArtliui House.
Alt AS THUS, OHIO.
Feb. 16. IS55. ly.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Binjumin Allrn, ITtfl, l
PmK (Civil Action.)
Join Shuts, Ift. )
r p II K JJefemlHut will take notice that (he
X Plaintifl in tie sbove rase, on the tth
day of September, 1WS, caud u Order of
Alts' hntent to be isHied by Nathan Steel, a
Justice of the Peace for A an township,
Vinton county, Ohio, against the goods,
chatties, stocks, ritbts, credits, moneys, soil
flints of fsid Jjeli lulu tit, a n n-iesideut
debtor of said VinU n K i.nty, to sutify tl
claim of the Pluin'iff lor Filty Dollars and
tofetsof suit, snd thut (aid caue hs been
continued for km 'neon said Ifft ndaiit.and
w ill Le for hearing before said Justice at his
cilice in said tow nthip, on the '47th day ol
October, Ibbi, at 2 o'clock v. at. .
BINJAM1N ALLEN.
Sept. 20 3w
Si t!i HOLMES,
(Successor to Smith and HoWs.)
MANirACTi-nr.KS op
Tin, Mitct Iron, and fcpprr Vnm,
ALSO DEAI.F.R8, WIIOi.tSAl.E FET.ML, IH
Stores, Grattt. & Hollow Wart,
MARKET STREET, EAST SIDE.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
Arr'll 1554. ly.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
THE BOARD OF SCHOOL
I Examiners of Vinton County,
will meet in McArlhur, on Snturday,
the 27lh day of October, 1855, lor the
Examination of 1 eachers.
0.T. Scc'y.
Oct. 18lh, '55.-2w
J. ii. J011iU0i,
(successor to JObU'H jo ts,)
EEAirn at
Mcdiral, TbcoIoRical, Blnnk and Klin Ma
ocoui Hooks, Muiioncry aud Hall Tap r,
PAINT STREET,
C1IILL1COTHE, OHIO.
Books received from the fostrm Mr.
ketat their earliest publication, or ordered
wnennemren.
SAY liO.UV.
I
with to call tbe attention of friends 1o
the fact, that we r rlteci to raise
.,,o money. W e have waited long on some
notes snn accounts due to us. snd have been
at considerable exytmr in rending a lerson
iv io:i uu m-nic vuio are oweine us. Y
must have money and earnestly ask our
jririmi, iu can ana pay us some, or we will
be compelled to eve their notes for collec
tion, votne nelp us a little.
' K. A. BRATTON.
LXfcUUTOK'S SALE.,
'0TIC is hereby civen. that lie rersnna
l Troerty, telonging to the Eelate of Rob
ert Bay, late of the county of Vinton, de
ceased, ccnsislhif of Horses, Cattle, fchrep
J ogs, Wheat, Corn, 7ay.Oats, and Farming
wvnio..a, niu uc M'lU ai pilDllC VMKiue, at
the late ,-esidence of the said Robert Bay
on tbe 25th day of October, a. d. Ib55; com
mencing at U o'clock, a. m. of said day.
TERMS OF SALE:
AH sums of three dollar, snd under, Cath
in hand; and on all sums over three dollars,
s credit of nine mouths w ill be given, pro
vided notes and amoved seciiriti are Given
prior lo removing tlt properly.
tlMJftlnS M. BAY,
Executor of ihe ill of Robe it Bay.
Oct. 11th, lS053w.
Scliool Dooks.
VcClFfEY'S tEnffi cc vfi rr
SPELLLRS, First. Second, Third Fourth
and Filth Readers. The Hcman's Young
Ladies Headers. . . . -
Imeo's Primary Crammer, '
H Ana ly tied I
M EnglifhTea.her, '
Kav'sAielliniBtic i ....
Thml, Rev's Algebra, Farts First aud Second.
M( linllpv' Vlo, ,;. !.:
ine iienienlHrv Speller.
Wehster'g school Dictionary.
Mitchel's Primar) Geography.
Mitchel'a In
edition. e .vi't. mi
Copy Books. Slates, Pencelg and all kinds
of stationary for schools, for raletc
BRATTONS.
M- DAVIS,
WATER ST., CHILL1COTHE, OHIO.
WOULD beg Wave to announce to the
citizens ofBoasand adjoining coun
ties, tfiat he tiae opened out a new and
complete stock of fall and winter goods,
selected from ths best foreign and do
mesne lasncs, wuicb ba will sell at
jwbolesale and retail prices, lower than
soy evai uttered to ;tiis pari of tbe coun
try, ha bas'lso a full and complete
assortment of ,fu wishing goods of all
discriptioa and quality. Also ou com
mission a splendid lot of woolen under
shirts and drawers, wbich he will
whole site at New York prices; be re.
frains from puffing, or praising. Cat
snd sea for yourselves.and be convince1
'bat you will make money by nurcha
sipg at tbe Phoenix Block; don't lorget
tbe place, 3 oors west of Fallerton's
tiii Haud uu Weier S'reet.
A'tc i G. 1 4 pant std vest make;?
wuu'ej, to wiiiiui tiie Liii.ffct diiu.
will be paid. oct. laih'65 4m.
JlOB W OBK. oJejtejT desorintioo natly
KcuttO, it Uiii (Jfi6j, . '
1 t
i cuts ui umi
CAPITAL CITY AKT-VSIOX,.-
r . ..1.1
"CCLfMBl'S, OTTTO.
BRUNEI L& CO S., SECOND GREAT
oirr nifctaracTioii. 1
The prnptietora lake great pleasure in
announcing to ihe citiiens of the Union,
that in consequence of tbe great satis
faction manifested by the ticket-holders
of their first great Distribution, and
tbe msay thousand solicitations Irom all
parts of the countrt, iu relation to
whether thev intended getting up anoth
er Distribution of Gifts for the people,
they hsve, an Immense outlaj, been en
abled to offer to their thousands of pat
ions the follow-in valuable, magnifi
cent, and iinpreceiieuted BRILLIANT
SCHEMF.. to be distributed as Soon as'
the JOO.GOO Beautiful Engravings of the
Capitol ol Ohio are distributed among
their Patrons. The pries of the Engra'
vings is but One Dollar, and as a parlor
ornament it cannot be surpsed.
I'.eiil attentively the following list of
brautifi'l and costly gifts, which will
be satisfactorily oislributed by a com
mil lee of ten, selected one fiom each
Slate where the largest number of sub?
scribers are obtained:. :
1 Farm in the State o( Indiana 1 10,000
1 do in Ohio 8.000
1 do ; do '.6,000
S Four story Brick Dwelling and
Lot, in Coluw.bs.0hio 6,500
I do do do do.--6.500
1 Beautiful residence , in the
town of Mt. Vernon- 5,500
1 Two-Story Brick Building In
Chillicothe 3,500
J Brick Cottsge and lot in Col
umbus V 3.000
. i do " do do ...-3,000
1 Frame do do do 2,500
1 Handsome country residence in
Sego, Perry county, 0hio. 1,500
4 Splendid building loti in Col
umbus, at es.ooo 8,000
It in do do 11,500 15.000
4 do do Cleveland 6,000
1 Grand Action Piano (Chicker-
ing' 1,200
1 Gold Watch, set with Dia
monds 1,000
5 Gold Watches, at $500 each-2,60
10 Rorewood Pianos, st 6500--5.000
10 do do at 400 "4.000
10 do do at 300 i.'3,C00
60 Gold Watches, at U50- .-7,600
100 do at 100 10,000
100 do at 75 7.600
100 do st 40 4.000
300 Sivcr do at 20 6,000
500 do do at I5-. 7,500
1000 La die's Gold Breast Pins
at $4 4.000
200 do Brncha shawls at 125 5,000
500 do Silk Dress Patterns,
st ,20 ......10,000
5000 Gold Pencils, at (3 15,000
10000 Gold Pens, with Silver
Cases, at 2 20,000
20000 Gold rings.at 11,50 each 30,000
13064 do al 1,00 each.. -12,064
Every purchaser of the splendid Urge
Lithographic Engraving, will receives
: -jesoOiOooj
Certificate of Membership entitling
them to a chance in the above list ol
valuable and costly Gifts for the Peo
ple. The Engravings tan be sent by
mail (without being damaged,) to any
part of tlie country, .
OCr rikT rri hmt nniu,
Persons w ishing lo act as Agents for
us will please send a recommendation
signded by thaPoBtmaster or some other
Influential and well kuonn person in
the place where they reside.
To those persoiiBnho have been act
ing as Agents for us ia our foimer Dis
tribution, this is nut required.
All orders with the money encloed,
free of postage, will meet with prompt
attention.
In order to prevent mistakes, agents
snd others tranr mining money to us
will please have it sealed in the pres
ence of the Pontiiisster, and the amount
entered on the wa; bill.
We prepay all our letters, circulars,
cf-c, lo our ecents snd correspondents,
end expect thera to do the same with
us. '..,'.
Agents wanted in every town, whom
we will furni-h mith posters, circulars,
schelules, instructions, &c, on sppli
cation at our oflice, or by mail post paid
For further particulars see the descrip
tive bills, &.c, or enquire it iLe 'oflice
No. 2, Walcu.it'g Block, Town Street
Columbus Ohio.
BRUNELL & CO,
. ' PnoPMF.TOFS.
10 1JIE LlilT AMI SIK.K MAM !
R. BELL a G0.;
W holesale Maniifacturcrs and Dealers i
- iiuuih, MtOhS. II A'IS. CAPS.
LEATHER. SHOE FINDINGS, An
Ao. 6, Enterprise Block, . Front St.,
1'OR'ISMniiTJi rutin
HAVE the pleasuta of announcing to hp
trHile in general, that they are uow ETl
ing their lur shoe warehouse, with a more
abundant stock than ever, diiect from the
hands ol the best iiiaiiufyctuiers East, and
u.en own workshops at home.; consisting of a
gieutvariftyol the best cla,3 ol goods suited
to the wants of this country lor ti Full Trade.
All dealers at WHOLESALE are earne stlv in-
Mieu 10 can tielorepurchbMjig.aud examine
for themselves Lheit cvi,.rniip ctiw i ..1.
- . iivn vu
tianil, and still coming in, us they feel auret1
of their ability to please in quality and price.
.1.111 ii,i,cit iiiinaMU iraile Sllords oneet
idenie ol tl fbvor with ui.Mi ii.-;. .... .
ol doing business hbs bven ie'u!ved,-und tii'e
they Unity to the liberality of their patrons
and frit rids, li.ey reiu rate the asf-urame that
they wilU are .o pains to render entire sal-
isiol 1011. ii.eirs;ocK is laige.manulactured
mostly in tlieir own theps, anrt by contract
to their order. 1'Uii lucilities for doing a
lare busiuess are abuudautly ample, 'i hey
sell only at wholesale, have but okk i-kice,
aud will warrautall their goods as they rep
resent them, An examination of their goods
and prices, is respectfully solkttd. . -
uryiriiiuer a, lOtH. omo.
IL0. mLU;Lli sit0.,
. riv-wi-" 1 o rtn 1 nt cALb. OF '
TQinia & Kentucky Manufactured
T O A C C O ,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 1, Bi'Ckktk Block, Frost StI.
sviioa;yijiu, UillO. ' ,
October 3. 1S54. :
OX YOKES.
1 fYANKER Ox Yokes.'ftfr:- Glit.Atfi
i .
I
Ig53. NEW STOCK OF lfa05.
) .'iaXkee xotjoxsi .:
L.ATE ARRIVAL!! '''
there just received mv Spring Stock
comprising (.rest varietv of FANCY
and STAPLE NOTIONS. Testers and
others are invited to call before purch
asing elsewhere, as they will find a com
plete assortment, and at prices that will
compare with any Establishment of the
kind in this section-of -the country.
The following articles rompiisa a part
of my eiteuaivs assortment: ;
160 packs pin. 1 ' '
200,000 percussion caps. !
600 doaen spool cotton- '
50 gross ..buttons. , . ,
50 doaen suspenders , . r .
150 lb skein cotlou t
'i lb serving silk,
5 lb twist silk.
500 jrros hooks and eyes
SO dozen razor atropa. "
300 dozen combs, all kinds,
50 rexnis cap, letter aud note paper,
20.000 envelopes. . . . (1 ..
300 !on lupea, , t- :,
HO dozen soaps. t ,
40.0U0 fish, hookj. ',.': .'
2ft gross fish Hues. .
20 grn.Hg lead pencils, , ,'
100.000 needles.' ..' , ., . .,
100 bundles wafers, i-; , . s . . .
40 dozen knives. '
30 dozen scissors.' '-'' '
10 gross spoons. ' ''
20 gross jew s, harps. ,
3 gross. French bs'rps.
' t 1 :
50 dozen sla tes.
3000 slate pencils, ' ' -
30 gross thimbles.
jOO do.rn porta monaies, ,,
g00 lb patent thread. .
omelian charms and rings.
'et bracelets.
Ladies' work boies and re'icoles. ; .
Fine hair brubhet and combs.
Gutta percha, puff and long combs.
S, S S and S S S fine combs.' :
Skirt ar.d dress whaleboue.
orret am) shoe laces.
Stilettoes, elastics and sleeve bands.
Teeth and nail brushes, '
Steel pens ami holders.
Mutch tales.
Alabaster ornaments. -.. -
Linen f. cotton, floss crochet cotton
Zephyr worsted and needles.
Gold finger and ear rings.
Gold, plated and common jewelry; and
other articles too numerous to particularize.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO!
Deilers and others purchasing Cigars
will find the lurest Stock in Uie City,
varying from fe5 to (30 per M. As all
the due cigars are manufactured ou the
premises, purchasers of fine cigHrs may
depend urtofi getting the quality of ci
gar they pay for, as satisfaction is guar
anteed in all cases. Also on hand,
CavrndUh and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipes, ifc, al the Cheap Notion
Store next to the Valley Bunk, Second
Street. K. DAVISON.
Ciiillicoths, O., March 2, 1855.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
S"1IE Board of School Examiners, of
I Vinton ounty, will hold their re
cular meetitgs for the examination of
candidates 011 the FIRST SATURDAY of
'each mouth, at the school room of O. T.
cm lining In Mc.Vr.hur, commencing at
10 o'clock A. M. At every examination,
a certificate of good moral character, re
cently signed by at leas' two responsi
ble persons, will be requirer of each can
didate, and the Examiners would espe
oially guard individuals against recom
mending any person who is iu the habit
of using profane language or indulging
in intoxicating drink, or in any other
social vicb, or immorality.
O. T. GUNNING.
Perk Board School Examiners, V. Co.
Feb. i, 1655 ly.
BIGGS HOUSE,
P CIt T SM O V Til, OHIO.
ri"HE sobstribe.r having leased the above
X lloufce, i formerly the United States Ho
tel.) and having mode a complete renovation
pnbre-furnished the house w ith uew Furniture
throughout, reflectively invites the traveling
public to give dim a call.
HIS TABLE
Will always contain the best that the market
all'orils, anil no meuns will be spared to make
all comfortable. - JOHN ROW. -
. Oct. ICih. I54 ..!.,.
Wushiiigkii Ti.icii Insu
rance Company.
Office in Eonsc's Elmk.foi'ncrSuptrlor'-St- '
und lliblit fcquure, ,
CLEVELAND, OHIO,
. CAMTAL- -. tmM.-,
f I ' HIS well know n. Home Company is pre
JL 1 and, as usual, to take risks 011 the su
lci clufcses of Pioperty. Tlieir means are
umple, and the.ir rules are as reasonable as
IIioh: of any sound Company. , 1 -
fjCf NO SPECIAL HAZARDOUS OR "
,,, . . 4 STEAM KlbKS TAKEN. .CO
: - OFFICERS:.., i- t ' '-.
D B. Duribain, President,
Geo. Mygatt,' Vice ; President and
- Treasurer,' '','.,
O. N. Skeels, Secretary, , . ' '
- Geo. B. Seuier, Geueral Agent,, ,',.
r . DIRECTORS:"' - r - -George
Mygatt, Cleveiaud, " ,
Fi'T. Backus, do. : i i I i
A.' S. Simdford, do. ,
Jacob Perkins, t do. - ' i.
Benjamin Noithrup.do.
Geo. B. Senter, do. "
O. N. bkeels, - do. . ! L'l ;
V. B. JJiu.Jmm, , do.' t-
C W.Cook, do.
Timothy Baker, Norwalk. ' k
John Clark, Brunswick.
' J. P. Robiuaon, Bedford. ' '- ; : : '
1 W.M. Powell. Cleveland, (West side.
Ji. If. BINGHAM. Aoest. :
liiilv20'556m ... . . McArthur, Ohio.
'is'ilUN & BROTHER, ; .
Aunuactnrers and Wholesale dealer in
iTl
UVII9-
; No. 316 BALTIMORE STREET, "
BtTWESN HOWABD AND LlBERTT-8TS
baltimoke:.
July 853.--ly. : -f -,..
1 STRAW CUTTERS. '
YANKEE Straw Cattejrs, from. $7 to
112 : received at the Gilt Anvi .
DENNING, CAMPBELL CO.
JtfjWsMOJ
J OH?! S-.)HAWK.- ,
MAIN STRri'T, McARTllUrT, 6llia,
trthr iti nil Kinds -of '
DRY GOODS, GltOCERIES. HARD
WARE. QUEENSWARE.. HATS,
APS. BONNETS. BOOTS f
- SIIOKS. RE A DY MDE
l.OTHINU. IKON oc .
'NAILS. cc. Also,;?.
As'.eut for
LOUDON 6s Co's. -PCrULAU
family
MI DIC IX ES, ....
TS jnrt receiving frtim Cincinnati, one ol the
Lurg'-st a.id.b.'st scleUeJ slocks'of New.
7aJliioiiabl' mi I ' '
CHEAP liOUDN
Ever bronghl to Mi-Anhiir.-expressV for the
Winler trade; whicti he is deiermiued to sell
011 the -most -reasonable terms, r '
Just mil and see my Ptsw uooas nei'ire
purr liHi-iiiH elsew here.: -. 1 .. i
Brina along yuur Produce, for in tho way
of Biirter. he will give you asgoo.l tirgtunsus
though you hi -ought the Cash. , ., .......
N.ive4iil-.er 7. IH04. 1st. :. lv-
A PuLlic Iiivi (lion.
HICK 0CK L llro.,
HAVING iust ' open'eil 'a Wholesale am!
Retail II AT STOZtnin Portsmouth.
on front street, uctween ftiaraei ami jeiicr-
ton. tl;.'y invitu All to cull and examine their
stock of - '(
llul nrtf fnps, Slravr Caods, TmnJiiftf
Valines, Cnrftt E;i;s, I'mLrrllas it., vJ
' .OP F.VERV nKSCRII'TIOS.'" ' ' '
Purchasers can at all time find at bur eS
tulilUhmetit a lull and cnmplett- assorlmen'
of tlie riiiiest ami most derira'ule et vies, at
well as tlie most common fjlri v Oct luni!
experience in lL biiKlness. ami kunw leiig ol
niuiiulacliiniig, with the liuiljtics lor puri liu.
sing, are gucii thut we are conlnleiil we can
$ell i.owkk liian any other House 111 the West
FURS of all kinds wauled, for which 'the
highest prices w ill be paid.' ' ' '
Portsmouth. November 4. 1353. ly
SI CHEAT, ), U. UfSItAV, JAS. H KYAh
mm
in
linpojters of, and Dealers fit.
HARDW MIE AND CUTLERY
sicsoftife rnoM ST.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. '.
7T .11, ... , , . . . . , .
r'ui implicate uuia witn any regulm
lohbiiic Uoiirfe 111 the West. Cour.trvn e
chants, fflruace proprietors, ruilroad conlruct
tors, ami others, willsubserve their ineicsts b
giving us a call.
Way It), 04. Iv.
ALLGEM EINED EKANTMACHUNQ I
PA TEXT LiQVJD'CLUE.
I'ricc,
25 Cciil.
fpiIIS celebrated und verv .ufeful article,
Jl the invention of a celebmied Eudisl.
Chemist, and much used in Euroiio is uov.
olleretl to tlie Public ut a price thut places ii
in the reach of all.
CO" No llou-ckeener should be without it.
as with tins article iliev can immediately re
pair any oniric of Furniture, such 11s China
Gliiss or Wood, that may have been broken
without the trouble and expeiuu of sruding
it to the Cabinet Makers. For sale at
E. A. BRATT0N
ACCOUNT BOOKS!
BAV1NG a large Stock of Day Books
Journals und Ledgers, made of excel
lent paper ami bound well in elieen, witl
morocco or Kus.lan bauds. 1 will sell then,
lor a lew months ut Puices Sl-ri'hisinqi.v
Low!
Those in w-nnt of Blank Bo is and who
miy ror use or tos'II again can have burguint,
thai will satiny IhctMrhet und suit the times.
mm ia eaj nig a gooil ileal ; I mean wllut j
-ay. J. R. WlllTTEMORE.
No. I, Union Block, Second st.
rw.,,,.TT,.. 0,if, fmny8.'?5
Uiisou, thiids A; Co..
(Successor, to Hampton; Wilson J- Co.,)
W liolfsale Dealers in
FcKEf GN &, DOMESTIC DRY-GOODS,
- bo.ii Wood ilCHliiid Streets,
PITTS El R G, P.,
ARE now opening a very complete assort
ment of Dry Goods, anil by the lirst
fcepteniler will he able to exhibit a very at.
tractive Stock. Thev rpsuiTtliillv ini-ila mi
early call from all engaged in the trade.
1 r' oiimi. .
1 have just received a new supply of Wall
PaFKR and Boanrnxr llip. iHniHst lr .
brounht UV Mr A rih nr. - '' 1 ' ! 1 . 1
if Also. COFFl'.ftRir Mm,si Tn.
jSSfcjii,B4cco'8, ckcjallof which 1 will sell
ai tne lowest nures. A. UiiATTCN. '
MARGARET CASibll.L'S, ESTATE.
1V7 otice is herebv civen. that the nnilprslon
il has been . amiointed and rlnlv nolineil
as luniinisiruirix 01 u,e tstute ol Margaret
Cassill, lute ol Vinton county, deceased',
Aug.aotti 'ua Lhvv IS A. ATWOOD..
-i.:,-.Kcw".l.ooks,''.
AND other Goods in his line of Business
aie received bv Express almost every
week from Boston. New York", and tlm Cities
of the W est, by J. R. W UTn EMORE,
maylo, 05. Second St., Chillicothe, O.
At Traits"!!. le, wish to purchase Hides for
which ihe lushest Market price will be given
January o.ieoo, 1. ; . . . ; 1
CI1AS. A. M. UAMABIN..
'LEWIS C. DAMAH1S,
CKAS. A. M. HAMARIN&'CSq'
. Wlinil.'iii rnnnrriii :
1ND DEALERSIN PBODfJCE.
No. 55, Front Street, ' '
- PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. "2
Januare20.-l5M.lv. ' ' ' 1 '
OH HAND AGAIN, , , ,
WITH A FALL AMD WINTER STOCK Of
OOOTS&SKOESr
C. P. TRACY & Co.: now receiving
. the.ir.fall stock Of Boots.. Shoes, liats
and Leather, and they beg leave to iuvjte the
attention of w hole'sale'and retail dealers, to
exaihlne' rhelr stock, feeling willing to assure
you that ihey can give you goods' upon' such
lerma a win ue perieotiy salisiaotory, - 7
Their stock ,wa: mostly ordered ,of the
manufacturers, and il ha been their rhipfila.
sign to select an assortment of both,
'' STAPLE & P.ANflV..
bul ada'pted'to the approaching season. They
iou nccj, yuaiuuij u i.uu3iouuj pu nanu,
nn qB work to oruer, upon ine snortost
notice- together with en assortment of Hats
of varied styles' all of whii-hlhev will coll
. -rf ' J PvM
at low figures. . . ,
Two doors above the Franllia House,
Front ktreet. PORTSMOlTTH. n. .
1 &PS:
CATIIAItTIC PILLS
rvVKHATE by tlieir powerful Influence W th
J ltitntai Tuccn 10 p'jniy ne niooa auaaiiniu--lulo
it into.-Btalthy action. - They remoro tlm
cbHtructinna of U10 touitu.'h, boneln, liver, ami utlier .
crwii of the body, and, by rentorinH their irrenuliir
action to health, correct, whviuver thay esit, audi ,.
4eronKuenta u r tho tint euiiai of dix-avi,
An cxtetuuvo triiit of tlieir virtue, by Profcxsom, ' '
rtiyncuiim, anJ Psiticnta, h ehown eurcii of dan
gcruu tliwuM ajinnit brjoud tx litC went tliry not ,
ahiUuliaW by person of amh rt.iltcil position
und character an to furbid the iuiiiciun of anUnth.
'llicir cortificnte are publialicd in aiy Anicrituu ,
Alm.vUo, whirh th AKentot below. nutiiKil ar.,
ptcMfi to ftimuh free te all inquiring. t J 1 4 j
Annexed we nivo Direction for their use in tne
complainta which thoy hnre beta found to cure.
r un CiwTlVKNRnit. Tnka one or twit Pillx, or
stub quuntitv ai to gently move the bowoli. Co- '
tivcncH U rVeuucntly the afturuviiting utn of,
PiLM, and the cure of 0110 complaint in tho ciin
of both. No perwin can feel Well while under a '
.., v.,..-. t.i.. ti 1- .1.....1J 1.. :
cnacivn nniui ,H unur. ucun iuvuiii w. mm j i
can be, promptly relieved.
Fo Dvaei-esti, wliiih In aomctiniea the eniTe
of Cottirrnai, and nlwnjii nneoniforUlile, take mild '
Jose from one to four to stiinuhtc Hie Htnuu-li -,
and liver Into healthy ai tlon. '1 hey will do it, and
the hearthurn, buinhini, and tottlbum of dyspep
:ll - i.lt M IVI..... ; I.... ...... m il,i'.
fuWet what curea you;
V..w m P..m Kruw ipf' n lnrhlil ltMlri.nn mt thm
RtwuU, which proiliteeii (jencral dproxuion of tha ..
irpiiit and bad hi-nlth, tako from four Uieixht 1 it! J '
at ttat, and aumllcr done aftrmrnrda; until activity
ami srre uirth in restored to the aystcm.i 1 . - )
: Foa Nf KTocuKKUM, jc Hkviiaiiiik, Nacrsv,
Pttm in thr Monuuh, UMk, or Hide, take from four
to eight pill on Rmnif to bed. If thev do not onnr
ate anfliclontly, take more the next day until they
do. Thow) complaiutx wi'l be swirpt out from tint
nyntcm. Don't wear thru) and tlieir kindred di
onli r became your atornarh ia foul. : 1 - 1
For ScKoriaa, BKVareaLAa, and all Kwi
ojth SAin, take the Pilla freely and freinently, ti
keep the bowe's open. The eruprioni will peneN
ally sooa bcKinto dindnish and uimippcar. Many ,
dicuillul ulcen nud anrea have beeu uculcd Up by
the purinx aud purif)'iiu( ttt'ect of thre Villa, and
aoiuu dixyuktinic diwuaea which tei mrd to aaturnte
tho wholo -yntoDi have completely yielded to thrir
hifluoui n, leaving the auttcrei iu perfect health. '
Patienta! your duty- to aoviety forbida that you
lioulil paruite yourself around the world aovmoV
with pimiai-a, hlotchca, ulccra, aores, and air or any
of the uncleun dcsoaaoi of the akiu, because your '
ayutuiii want ciCaluiiriK. . . .
To Fcuii'T Tin Blooo, they are the beat niali
ciuo ever diicnrcrco'. They ahonld be tnken froi ty
aud fieucntly, opd the impuhtie which sow tlm
aeeda of incurable dricca will be awept out uf tlie
avatoiu liko chnrf before Die wiud. liy tltia property
they do na mmh good in preveatinj aickness an by
the reiuarkublii cure winch they are making every
Wh.-ra
Livkr CoMM.AtNT, JiVXmre. and all BilteUt
Ajl'ntiom arino from Some derangement either
torpidity, conpMiou, or obnlnictiuni of the Liver.
Torpidity mid conircatioii vitiate tlie bile and render
it unfit for dilution. Thia U liinaatrous to tho
hcullh, and the courtitution ia (rpquently under
mined by no other cauio. IuiUgeation ia the aymp
luni. Obstruction of the duct which entptie the
bila into -tlie atoinnch cause the bile to overflow
into the blood, Thia produce Janudicr, With
limp; and (Liujrrou train of evils. Ciifctireness, or -alternately
iintivcnoMS and diarrhiea, prrraila.
J-'cTt rish ayniptnms, languor, low spirits, woirineaa,
rextlcssncsa, nod nielanelioly, with nmnfirncs iu-,
uLility to tiluip, nud aomotinies grcnt druwlnes ;
anuiutuiies there Is scveie pain in the aide ; the skin
and the w hile of the eyes become a greenish yellow
tlie stomach acid; tlie bowel acre to the toucht
the whole-nystein irritalile, with a toudency to fevoi,
which may tuyi to bilious fever, biltans colic', biliou
diarrhcen, ilvscutcry, ittrc A auediuni doae of three
or four i'il!s t.iki'u nt night, followed by two or
three in tlfe morning, and repeated a few days, will
remove tho cause of all theso trouble. It ia wicked
lo suiitr such paiua wheu yon can cure thuui for 23
cents.
lliiECMATisM, Ooct, oho all Inflammatory re
rer nre rapidly curwl by the purifying effect ol
theso Fills uivii the blou'd and the utiinului which
they allurd to the vital principle of Life. For
these and nil kindred complaint they ahonld bo
taken in mild doses, to move th bowel gently, but
freely.
Asa DiNNun Pill, this I both agreeable and
useful. No fill can be made more pleasant to tako,
and certainly none has been made more cll'cctual to
the purpoae for which a dinner pill 1 aaipoyJ.
, PREPARED BY
Frnctlcttl and Analytical Chemist,
LOWELL, MASS.
AND BOLD BV
Sold by GEO. li. Will amlE. A. BKAT
TON, MoArthur. O.; J. Vothes. Aliniuy; R
Culow, lKin; l)r, J. H. C. Miller,' Jackson
C. 11., mid by Uealeii in Medicines every-'
w here. (July z7, uD 1mo.
J. G. fWI.ILAMI"
C. Clli w 1
BOOT A; SHOE STORE,
M a 1 c rn t 0 r . ;
SWETLAKD &lCOGSWELLjL' '
Opposite the McArthur House, '
RETURN their sincere thanks to thelf:
numerous friends and' customers, for4
the very liberal piitroiiRgr extended to ihein
in thp prist season, and take pleasure in an-'
iiouncing that they nre now receivfiij; at their
Pool and Slice Depot the largest aud bests
Fools k Shoes ;
Ever bronLt to McArtLur;' consiatnieTr77i '
in part of - 'J .'fj.
GENTLPMFNS' nrtftTR A ftUnCR
Gents. Huckskiu Gaiters Gtnts. Congress Gu'it-
ers.ueuts fancy JStioes.ijents Oxford pumps,
Gents' Enameled Nulif,ers, Genls' Knanie'ed
Congress Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather Kut
Top Prince Albert's, Gents Patent Leather,
Drab Cloth, Kid top, Prim Albert's; Gents)
jersey uuckskiii noes, uents Upera Klippern.
tncether with everv viirielv nf V inp nil,!
Coarse calf skin, Kipaufl Morocco Boots anil
Shoes. Also Ladifs ,Ronr unr. .'
Ladies Biu-liin Gaiter Roots, Ladies' enamel
ed Jenny Lind s B. R., Ladies Morocco Jen-
iiv T.inif'a It' R . T.mlioa' (Tnnurpca rj:.iicr.
Ladies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes, Ladies' en
Bmelled Morocco ' Shoes, . Ladies' Victoria
tancy noes Ladies ijiiicy lop Coots,-Ladies'
Fancy Buskins, bronzed tops, Ladies'
uiue- unus, Ladies iOiored banner s Umters.
Also: Misses Boots an4 Shoes, Misses Kit
Boots and Gaiters, ,-Misses Fancy . colore J
Gaiters, Misses enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Childrens' foots and hoes, . Childre'ns' calf,
UPPPfl. Khnps P.hilrlrpna Punntf chiuia C.U'il.
ilieus' Fancy Gailers. arid everv o'.her v ariety
ui L,uuicg , luiates ami cuimreinr wear, rrn
and Coarse. , ,.i .,
We hate any number of Workmen en
encwl. that is necessarv. and are nrenared La
Ull orders at the. shortest notice, t :. ! .
fX2T"All of our, Goods w ill be sold at pri-t
ces that will give satisfaction. Call and ex
amine for yourselves- j .,4.,v' r."' :'l
SETTLEMENT BY GVkRDIKN.
NOTICE is hereby given that Carlos Goodt
win, Administrator of the Estate of
Amos Roberts, late of the coiinty of flock
ini'. deceased jias filed in the Probate 'Court
of Vinton county and Sta teof Ohio ths ac
counts, and vouchers of theaid Amos Rob
erts, deceaseil as ,forrper;Giiejdian4 Amoi
Martin, Kebecca Martin, inunrta JVlarlm,
Alexander Mur) in, and William Martin, for
inspection and final settle meiit . atitf that said
accounts will be passed upon 'br said Court.
on the 2d day of November, a. d. 1805 , . . .
T 1, 1, 111, I rwvt. n , - L. I
f: rro. juuge y. co. ;i
OcL llUi-3w.. , , . . ,
SWA K8 iEr IkEA'LlM
Tust received, a New Edition of !th
a' - abovA AVnrki u-Wh T?,,-. 'AAmnlia 'frip
J ".. .VIU.W V. V 1 1 "
Justiccf' of the Peace . Evev stitfe. ui
r cm 1 , f I .
fuiLtruouia pave o" ru, v . j
a4Tios s.

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