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Washington Union Insu
- ranco Company.
tflln Id Ecuit'. B!k,fornrr Superior St-
' mil Publif Fqtmrr,
CLEVELA.NO, OHIO.
CAPITA $225,000.
M M11S well known lloxe Ompany is pre
JL pared, as usual, lo lake risks on the sa
Lt classes of Property. Heir means are
ample, and their ru s aie at reasonable as
tnoae 01 any sound umparv.
fTr NO SPECIAL HAZARDOUS OR
STEAM RISKS TAKEN..C0
OFFICERS:
D. B. Dunham, President,
O.O. Mjgitt, Vice President inJ
Treasurer,
O. N. Skeels, Secretary,
Geo. B. Sealer, General Agent.
DIRECTORS:
George Mvgait, Cleveland,
F.T. Backus, do.
A. S. Saudfotd, do.
Jacob Perkins, do.
Benjamin Northrup,do.J
Geo. B. Senler, do.
O. N. Skeela, do.
D. B. Dnnham, do.
C V. Cock, do.
Timothy Baker, Norwelk.
John Clark, Brunswick.
J. P. Sokimm, OeJifowJ. -
W. M. Tofieil. Cleveland, (Weateide.)
E.F. BINGHAM, Aoebt.
July20'55 tjmj McArthur, Ohio.
LOOKS! HOOKS! !
mi?
A NNOUNCES to the citizens cf Yin
.tJL ton county, that he hes just received a
new stock of Books and Stationary, cinsistiiig
iImILY BIBLES, at prices from 1 50 to
DO,
r.METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Vound in Morocco, gilt and common bind
'WeemB Life of Wasmnotos,
m H FlAHSUS.
" " Mabio.
Life of Dariel Booke,
u Black Hawk,
it Tecuhskach 1
SnAarsrtAi's works complete.
Btboh's "
Life of 1. T. Babnum.
Da AtjBisHi'a History of the Reformation.
YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF Kkowledob.
R. ikaldo Rihaldina, a Romance.
Hale's History of the United States.
Grimibaw'a History of the United States.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale,
MASONIC WRKS.
F' The Craftsman, the Light of the Temple,
end Meioudies lor tne trait, containing an
excellent selection ol Hymns and Odt' suita
ble for evry occasion.
SONG BOOKS.
The American Songster, Parlor Songster,
Elite of Erin, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro
Songs, and a variety of other Song Boohs.
Moral and Instructive Btory books for chil
dren, Pictorial Toy Books fur children.of every
description.
BLANK BOOKS.
Justices' Dockets, Legers and Day Books,
bound in leatlier and half binding, of all sizes.
STATIONARY.
Best Cap Paper, Blue Post Letter Paper,
emmercial Note Paper. Bill Paper, also Ink,
oills, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, Inkstands,
fers. riling Sand, and Stationary of
ry kind, all of which will be told at the
west figures, for cash. inaj4 '65. tf
I. St. SWlTtAM) B. C. COOSWELL
BOOT vi SHOE STORE,
AND
manufjjdtort.
SVVETLAND So COGSWELL,
Opposite the McArthur House,
RETURN their sincere thanks to their
numerous friends and customers, for
the very liberal patronage extended to them
in the past season, and take pleasure in an
nouncing that they are now receiving at their
Boot ana Shoe Depot the largest and best se
lected Stock of
Boots &, Shoes
Ever brought to McArthur; cod listing TrTj
In part of
GENTLEMENS' BOOT8 St, SHOES,
fients.Buckskin Gaiters Gtnts.Congress Gait
ers.Gents Fancy Sboes.Gents Oxford Pumps.
Gents Enameled Nulifiers, Gent Enameled
Congress Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather Kid
Top Prince Albert's, Gents Patent Leather,
Drab Cloth. Kid top, Prince Albert's; Gents
Jersey Buckskin hoes, Gents Opera Slippers;
together with every variety of Fine and
Coarse calf skin, Kip and Murocco Boots and
Shoes. Also, Ladies Boots aso hoes;
las Bukin Gaiter Boots, Ladies' enamel
ed Jenny Lind's R. R., Ladies' Morocco Jen
ny land's R, R., Ladies Congress Gaiters,
Ladies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes, Ladies' en
amelled Morocco ' Shoes, Ladies' Victoria
Fancy hoea Ladies' Fancy Top Boots, La
sties' Fancy Buskins, bronzed tops, Ladies'
Blue Gaits, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Also: Misses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid
Boots and Gaiters, Misses Fancy colored
Gaiters, Misses enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Child rens Boots and hoes, Childrens' calf,
peged. Shoes, Childrens Fancy shoes, Chil
drens' Fancy Gaiters, and every o'.her variety
of Ladies', misses' and chiMreus' wear, Fine
and Loarse.
We have any number of Workmen en
laced, that la necessary, end Si prepared to
filforders at the shortest notice.
(CT"Ail .of our Goods will be sold at pri
ces thai will give satisfaction. Call and ex
amine for yourselves-
NEW GOODS.
HAVE just received a good stock of New
Goods, suitable for UIb season, wnich I
will sell lev for Cash; consisting in part, of
CLOTHS, CASHMERES, SAT1NETTS,
MERINOS. DELAINS, ALPACAS,
COBERGS. CALICOES, fc, Ac.
Boots, Shoes, Hate, Caps, Fresh Groceries,
- 4c, ' f-c etc., &c.
Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, dc, taken
in exchange for Goods. E. A . Buatto5
New-Books,
AND other Goods in his line of Business
Bra received br Express almost every
week; from Boston, New York, and the Cities
at the Wttt.br -L-B-ViuvmmtxniB,
y PrVaS. Second fit., Chillicothe, O.
' JAMES McCONNEL'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has been appointed and qualified
Executor of thi last Will aol Testament of
James McConnel, late oft he county of Vin
wa,decwsed. FATir: I MURDOCH.
THE PROSPECTUS
- FOR SECOND YEA K,
COSMO TAX ART ASSOC ATOY.
1855-C
The Committee of Management take
pleasure in announcing that arrange
menik for the Second Annual Collection
of Works of Art has beea male on the
most extensive scale. Works of Ameb
ICAS Abt, anil the f ncouragemeol of
amEbican genius, have net teen over
looked. Comniissoii have been issued
to many distinguished American Artists,
aeJ a special age ut has visited the great
Art Repositories of Europe th make
careful telerticii of clioii Paintings,
Bronxe and Marble Statuary &.c. yraoug
which is the far famed and wookerful
peice of sculpture,
THE GENOA CRUCIFIX,
Tebus or Si-BsrBirrroir: The par me til
of Three Dollars rinstitules any jerson
a member of this association, and enti
tles him to either one of the following
Monthly Magazines, for one year, and to
ticket in the distribution of the Statu
ary and Paintings described in the Cat
alogue.
Th Masaiini eonalat of
Putnam's Monthly, Harper's Magazine,
Knickerbocker's Magazine, Goiter's L
dy's Book, Dickens' Household Works,
Graham's Magazine, Blackwood Maga
line. Litteli's Living Age (Weakly),
oue year, and two tickets for 6.
No persou is retracted lo a tingle
share. Those taking five memberships
ar entitled to any five of the Msgaziues,
one year, and to njr ltcA( in the dis
tribution. Persons in remitting funds for mem
bership, Mill pleas give their Post
Offico address, in full, stating the month
tbey wish the magazine to commence,
aud register the letter at ti e Post-Clue,
to prevent losFjon the receipt of which,
a ctJtifictte of membership, togMhei
with the Magazine desired, will La for
warded to any part of the country.
For membership, address,
C. L. DERBY, Actcabt, C, A. A.
At Eastebf Ornci, 343 Erodwsy, New
York; or, Western Ornci, 166. Wa
ter street, Sandusky, O.
DEXNIXG, CAHPDELL Co..
Imjiortrn and Whoksuit nutl fU tail Dealers i
Ilurdwarc, Saddlery, Iron, Uluss,
&c, Ac.
WOULD respectfully informtheir friends
and the public that they have at length
got into their splendid new room, and have
uttcd it up expressly lor ttie Hardware trade, (in
the burnt district) under the eicn of the GILT
ANVIL, East side of Paint, between Waler
and 2d sts, wheie they are opening, in addi
tion to part or tneirlormerstock.a large and
desirable stock of American, Cermun and
Enfjiih Hardware, Saddlery, Iron and Glass,
together with all articles usually kept in Hard
ware stores, end invite all to call and take a
look at their new room and examine their
stock.
They have continued a stock of Goods at
their OLD STAND, sicn of the Mill Saw. on
Togert's square, (under ihe immediate care cf
on ol tlw tin) uhtM they have been so ib-
erally patronized the-past year, for which the.(
take this opportunity ol returning their sin
cere thanks, and solicit a continuance of the
same for both establishments, promising to
Keep as oou uoous ana sen as low as any in
this market.
May 10, lS53.-n491r
BOOTS 1 SHOES.
JUST received tl hrst and best selection
of Boots ar.i! Bh ej ever ojeiitd in this
market, consisting of
Gents. Enamcleu Br igans
Calf -
" Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" Morrocco Sliers,
" French Calf Boots,
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots,
" Goat "
" Sewed " "
" Laced Gaiters,
" Patent Leather '
" Enameled Jenney Lind's,
" Tatcnt Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Enameled "
" Slippers.
Childrens' Kid Laced Boots,
Fancy "
" Roan -"
Kid Peg -"
Enameled " "
" Goat " "
" Fancy " "
Misses Kid Slippers,
" Fancy Laced Boots,
BRATTON
I8SS. Fall Trade. I80K.
H. D. SKULL,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY
GOODS, CLOTHING. BOOTS
lAND SHOES. HATS,
iCAPS. BuNNETS,
- NOTIONS,
f-c. &c.
BPAINT STREET, C1ULL1COT1IE.
IS now prepared to supply Merchants and
Furnace Proprietors, with all articles in
his line at fair prices and upon reasonable
terms. His stock is new, large, and well as
sorted, and will be sold invariably at Cin
cinnati prices. aug. 30 2in.
FRUIT! GOOD FRl'l!
MR. GRIGGS will be at McArthur with
a laree asnrtmpnt nl fmit n-a nrl Dr.
nimental shruberv. whirh ran tut nhininal nf
him personally at reasonable prices on the
jtn, remind outn, 01 November. Ih55.
And he will also deliver in nhcrriliora
20cts per tree, who may hand their narr.er
ut 111c lununuig lcum: llllliam UOIII,
Vintonfurnace, B, P. Hewitt, E. A. Bratton.
Mcilrihu. E. S. GRIGGS.
Oct. 4tb, 1855. tf.
G.WiANDERSONj
FORWARDIXO J JiD CflJJilSSJOJ WERIIM'T,
.CENTERS IIEELIX43 WHAHYES
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Has large and extensive Ware Houses, a
is prepared wilh,every facility, to attend
all business, entrusted to hi rare, prop
He forwadi figlit ly Car toads or other
eplember 2.1653. lr-
TV'OTICE. I have received a lot of & bun
" dies FRUIT TREES in my Warehouse,
addressed to T. MARTIN.McAr
ZtL thl"'Vinton county, Ohio. The
jJtJ owner is requested to pay chare-i
and taka them away. D, SMART,
Chulicotbe, Ohio: Nor. 20, 'M.
lS5. NEW STOCK O!? ii
YANKEE XO7I0.S!,
LATE M:UVAU!
ve just received n.r fpr" 02 Stark
I ha
rnniprising a great varie;y of FANC ,'
11111 Ji.ii bc .uiiu.. Dealers am.
other's are invited to tall before purch
asing elsewhere, as they will find a com
plete assortment, and at prices that will
compare w i th any Establishment of the
a a- bi a nt 1 - H 1 -v v -v
kind in this tectum of the country.
The follow ing arl'des comprise a part
of mv extensive assortment;
1 AO packs pins.
200,000 percussion caps.
COO dozen spool cotton.
50 gross buttons.
50 dozen suspenders,
1 50 lb skein cotton,
12 lb sewing silk,
.' lb twist silk.
500 cross hooks and eyes,
30 dozen razor strops.
300 dozen combs, all kind.
50 reams cap, letter and note paper,
20.000 envelopes.
300 dozen tapes,
130 dozen soaps.
40.000 fish hooks.
(25 gross fish lines.
20 gross lead pencils.
100. CLO needlea.
100 bundles wafers.
40 dozen knives.
30 dozen scissors.
10 gross spoons.
20 gross jews harps.
3 gross French harps.
SO dozen slstes,
SC00 slate pencils.
30 gross thimbles.
00 dozen porte rr.onaies.
CO lb patent thread.
Cornelian charms and rings.
Jet bracelets.
Ladies' work boxes and re'icules.
Fine hair brushes and combs.
Gutta percha, pulTand long combs,
S, S Sand S S S fine combs.
Skirt end dress whalebone,
orset and shoe laces.
Stilettoes, elastics and sletvt hands,
Teeth and nail brushes.
Steel pens and holders.
Match safes.
Alabaster ornaments.
Linen 6c cotton, floss crochet cotton'
Zephyr worsted and needles.
Gold finger and ear rings.
Gold, plated and common Jewelry; and
other articles too numerous to particu
larize. CIGARS AND TOBACCO!
Tellers and others purchasing Cigars
will find the Urgest Stock in the City,
varying from (5 to 630 per M. As all
the fine cignrsere manufactured on the
premises, purchasers of fine cigars may
depend upon getting the quality of ci
gar they pay for, as satisfaction U guar
anteed iu all cases. Also t.n hand,
Cavendish and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipes, qc, st the Cheap Notion
Store next to the Valley Bunk. Second
Street. R. DAVISON.
CniraicoTHE, 0., March 2, lc,53.
IF YOU CA L Villi IVJLL'BIV.
JOHN S, HAWK,
main street, Mcarthur, oiiio,
Erokr in all kinds of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, QUEENS WARE, HATS.
ArS, BONNETS'. BOOTS f
SHOES. READY MADE .
LOTH1NG, IRON &
NAILS. &C. Alio,,
Agent for
LOUDON & Co'e. POPULAR FAMILY
MEDICINES.
IS just receiving from Cincinnati, one of the
Largest a.id best selected stocks of New.
fashionable and ,
CHEAP GOODS
Ever brought to McArthur, expressly for the
Winter trade, which h is deiermined to sell
on the most ieuso.-,ahle terms.
Just 1 all and see my New Goods before
purchasing elsew here.
Bring along your Produce, for in the way
cf Barter he w ill give you as good bargains as
though you brought the Cash.
November 17, lfc54. 1st, c. ly.
A Public hmtalioiK
II1CK0CK k Rro.,
HAVING just opened a Wholesale and
Retail 11 AT VI'OIIK in Portsmouth
on Front Street, between Market and Jeffer
son, they invite All to call and examine their
stock ol
illati ond Caps, Straw Goods, Trnnks,f
3 Valises, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas tc U
OP EVERY description.
Purchasers can at all t: men find nt mi, no
tablishment a full and comnlete ussnrimpn.
of the richest and most desirable styles, at
well as the most common fabrics. Our lone
experience in the business, and know ledce of
mkrtiifuf1tiS. .1.1. . L . r !.. e
......u.Uv.u..,.F3,liU ule laciuues rot puiclia-
sing, are eucli that we are confident we can
sell low er t.ian any other House in the West.
FURS of all kinds wanted, for which the
highest prices w ill be paid.
roMsmoutn. November 4. 1653.ly
STEIN & BROTHER.
Manufaeturtrt and U'AoZaal dtalcrt in
v a- rw rnTr
l
11
No. 316 BALTIMORE strket
Between Howard and Liberty-sts
BALTIMORE.
rJulv 8.'53. Iy.
Hardware.
LIPPENCOH S Axes, warranted 30 days
or the money refunded. Hatchets war
ranted, Tilletson's Handsaws warranted
Door Locks. Thumb Latches, Butts, Screws
Augers, Smoothing Irons, Curry Combs
Horse Brushes, Files, Jiasps, in shot every
thing in the Hardware line, at
BRArroNs.
ARTIST'S MATERIALS. -
J rF tier? desciiption furnished at short or
j vy ders and fair prices. A large t-upply ol
Diiiw biiu ah uMico jut rourait ij,nas aie
Painters, Toy Paints and Best Wvr Odors
on hand. J. R. WH1TT1 VOKF.
my!8.'BB. tx-coiul tl Ciiil.i. oth
NOTICE.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
1HAVE this dsy sold fc Westall, Stewart
if- Co, my entire interest in tlw Cincia
nali Furnace Company, and am therefore no
longer a partner therein,
; Ciscisi ATI Fubjucb, June 21, 1855.
july20 41 JOHN ROBBIN5.
.fins roii if rroviE!
CAPITAL CITY AL'T-VSIOy,
rni vMci's, 01110.
JTI R UN ELL & CO S., SECOND GREAT
OUT DISTHIBUTIOB.
The proprietors take great pleasure in
announcing to ihe citizens of the Union,
that in consequence of lha great satis
furtinn inani festrd by the ticket-hold
ers of their first great Distribution, and
ihe many thousand solicitauons irom an
parts of the country, in relation to
w hether ihey intended getting up anoth
er Distribution of Gifts for the people,
they have, an immense outlay, oeen en
abled lo offer lo their thousands of pat
ions the following valuable, magnifi
cent, and unprecedented BRILLIANT
SCHEME, to be dialributed as soon as
the 300,000 Beautiful Engravings of the
Capitol ol Ohio are distributed among
their Tatrons. The pries of the Engra
vings is but One Dollar, snd as a parlor
ornament it cannot be surpassed.
Read attentively the following list of
hrmiliful and COStlv BlftS. whltnwill
be satisfactorily distributed by a com
uiiltee of ten, selected one Mora each
Stale where the largest number of sub
scribers are obtained:
1 Farm in the State of Indiana 1 10,000
1 do in Ohio 8.000
1 do do 6,000
2 Four story Brick Dwelhnc snd
Lot, in Columbs.Obio 6,500
I do do do do-.-G.5C0
1 Tteautifnl residence in the
town of Mt. Vernon ...5,500
1 Two-Story Brick Buildine in
Chillicothe 3.500
I Erich Cot lace and lot in Col
umbus 3,000
1 do do do 3,000
1 Frame do do do 2,500
1 Handsome country residence in
Seeo, Terry county, Ohio. 1,500
4 Splendid building lots in Col
umbus, at 62,000 8,000
10 do do do 61,500 15.000
4 do do Cleveland 6,000
1 Grand Action Piano (Thicker
ing' 1,200
1 Gold Watch, set with Dia
monda 1,000
5 Gold Watches, at 6500 each. 2, 50)
10 Rosewood Pianos, at fc500.-5.000
10 do do at 400 4:000
10 do do at 300 3,000
50 Gold Watches, at 6150 -7,500
100 do
100 do
100 do
SOOSiver do
500 do do
at 100 10,000
at 75 7,500
at 40 4.000
at 20. ..6,000
at 15 7.500
1000 LaJie's Gold Breast Pins
at 64 4,000
200 do Brocha shawls at 625 5,000
t,00 do Silk Dress Patterns,
at (20....... 10.000
5000 Gchl Pencils, at 63 15,000
.0(00 Gold Peril, with Silver
Cases, at 2 20.000
.: (V0 Gr id rings.al SI. 50 esch 30,000
li'Gfci do at 1, CO each.. .12.084
K'-ery purchaser of the splendid large
Lr'.'.'.njrsjihic Ei.graving, will receivea
t-:::tuae (f Membership entitling
ihe u 10 a chance in the above list of
mh able and cosily Gifts for the Peo
lie Ihe Lirsvings can be sent by
n,aii (without being damaged,) to any
part ot tlio country.;
ECr FIRST CtSlK KIPET f EETCD,
Persons wishing to act as Agents for
us will please send a recommendation
signded by the Postmaster or some other
influential and well known person in
the place where they reside.
To those persons who have been act
ing aa Agents for us in our former Dis
tribution, this is not required.
All orders with the money enclosed,
free of postage, will meet with prompt
attention.
In order to prevent mistakes, agents
and others transmitting money to us
will please have it sealed in the pres
ence of the Postmaster, and the amount
entered on the way bill.
We prepay all our letters, circulars,
rfc, to our agents and correspondents,
and expect them to do the same with
us.
Agents wanted in every town, whom
we will furnish mith posters, circulars,
scheiules, instructions, &c, on appli
cation at our office, or by mail post paid
for lurther particulars see the descrip
tive bills, &c, or enquire at the office
No. 2, Walcutt's Block, Town Street
Columbus Ohio.
BRUNELL & CO,
Proprietors.
NEW GOODS.
rpHE undersigned desire again to tender
X their thanks to their numerous eu-tom-ers
for rust favors, and advise them of the
fact, that ihey are now receiving and open-
ine at the Brick f'OrnPt, a T .fa rrr.s a n4 Knla.iirl.
id Stock ol FALL AND WINTER DRY
uiivia, consisting of every variety aud
quality, suited lo the wants of their custom
ers and the community; which they pledge
'-"(.selves to sell as lo'v as they can be bought
'-IIS Or SnV nl t)l ncolo.n m.rLola T.o.
J - - J ' - 1 J 1 1 1 1 u r. 1 id. xuc,
ill not boast, brag, or banter, but they do
..j- 1 1 1 . I, ,. ... . ' . .
nm mitiiu tu us aetata in qantity and quali
ty of their Good, neither do thtv intend to
be undersold.
And while inviting the attention of Iheir
customers to the prospects which are ahead,
they des ire to remind Ihem of the fact, that
some of them are in the aiears that "short
settlements make long friends." That their
Auction Notes, ami 1,
should now be paid. And in view of the
auuiiuam-coi uie crops, and means which
areattheur command, it is hoped they will
pay up the old scoie, or at feast settte by
note, and commence anew.
SHADES & REYNOLDS,
sep. 13. '55 tf.
I have iust received A new supply ol VVau
t . . . 1 r . 1 . . , .
. uruau uiboers; me largest lot ever
uiuuciii. io mciiriiiur.
yrzri a ho, coffee, rice. Moi.AmM.Tn
jajSSX! acco's, &c; all cf which I will sell
at lie i.-up-i inures. h. A. Ehatton.
MAliGARET CASSJLL'S ESTATE.
TVToiirs is Ixieliy tiven. that the umlersien
Xv hf s')r.ii api.nir,iil rtnl nii;n.,i
sb Aum 'it.Mtrix of the E:late of Margaret
Aujt. 'Hh t) LEWIS A. ATWOOD.
SW A iV'.S NE W
THE A TI8E1
f uC iei eii ,l. Nut VA ? Inn nf
th
above Vork, with Forms complete
fo
JuBtices" of the Peace. Every Justice and
IX
v nicer suouia cavjODe. utl soon, at
: , , ,bbatt';
mm .
VXlXJlUi A A J-lUA UIUXAJ)
' For th rapid Car of
rorens, colds, hoarseness,
BROcnmsiioopixc-corcn,
CROUP, ASTH.M1, ASD
COXSniPTIO.Y.
THIS remedy is otTcered to the com
munity with the confidence we feel in
an article which seldom fails to realize
the hamppiest effects that can be desir
ed. So w ide is the field of ita useful-
neis'and numerous the casts of its cures,
that almost every section of the country
abounds in persons, publicly known,
who have been ressored from alarming
and even desperate diseases of tbe
lunggs, by its use. When once tried its
superiority over every'other medicine
of its kind, is too apparent to escape
observation, and wheie its virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate
what naiidoi to raptor tot lb diatrrs
sing and dangeroua efleciioua of tb
pulmonary organs, which are incident
to ou' climate.
Nothing has called louder for the ear
nest enquiry of medi;sl men, than the
a farming prevalene and fatality of con
sumptive complaints, nor has auy one
class of diseases had more of their in
vestigations snd care. But as yet no
adequate remedy has been provieed, on
which the public could depend for pro
tection from attacka upon tha respira
tory organs, until the introduction of
the Cherry Pectoral. This srticle U
the product of a long, laborious, and 1
believe successful endeavor, to furnish
the community with such a remedy.
Of this last slrtement the American
people are now themselves prepared to
judge, and 1 appeal with confidence tu
their decision. If there is any depen-.
dence to be placed in what men of
every class and station cerlfy it his
done for them, if we can trust our own
senses, when we see dangerous affec
tions of the throat and lungs yield to it,
if we can depend on the assurance of
lutelligent Physicians, who make it
tbeir buisness tu know, in short, if
there is any relanee upon anything,
then is it irrefutable proven that this
medicine does relieve aud does curt tha
class of diseases it is designed for, be
youd any eiulali others that ere known
to ruaukind. If thia be true it cannot
be toojreely published, nor be too wide,
ly kuown. The afflicted should know
it. A remedy thai cursec, is priseless
to them. Parent should knowit, their
children are priceless to them. All
should know it, for health can le. priced
to no one. Not only should it be cir
culated here, but eveiy where, not only
in this country, butju all souri tries.
How faithfully we havi acted on this
conviction, ia ahown In the jnct thai
already this article has made tha circles
of the globe. The sun never sete on its
limits, No continent is without it, and
but few peoples, Although not in so
general use in other nations as in thia,
it is employed:by the more intelligent in
almost all civilized countries. It is ex
tensively employed iu both America
in Europe, ABia, Africa, Austrailia and
the far off islands of the sea. Life is
as dear to its possessors there as here,
and they grasp at a valuble remedy
with evon more avidity, Unlike most
preparations of its kiud, it is an expen
sive composition of tosty material.
Still it is afforded to the public at a
reasonably low price, and what is of
vastly more imparlance to them, its
quali ty'is never suffered to decline from
its original standard of excellence.
Every bottle of this mepicine, now
manufactured, is as good as ever has
been make heretofore, or as we are capa
ble of making. No toil or cost is spar
ed, in maintaining it in the) best per
fection which it is possible to produce.
Hence the patient who (procures lha
genuine Cherry Pectoral, can rely on
having as good snd article aa has ever
been had by those who testify to its
cures.
By purching this cuse.I have'the hope
ol doing some good in the world, as well
as tbe satisfaction of believing), that
much has been done slready,
Prepared by .'. C. AYER, Practical
and Analytical Chemist, Lowell,
Mass.
Sold by GEO. 3. WILL and E. A. BRAT
TON, McArthur, O.; J. Vorhes, Albany; R
Culow, Logan: Dr. J. n. C. Miller, Jackson
C. H., bud by Dealers in Medicines every
where. ' IJuly 27, '56 4mo.l
CIIAS. A. M. DAMARIN & Co
RECEIVED direct from New Orleans,
5i5 hhds fair to prime N. O. Sugar;
20 " clarified do.
169 bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugar:
54 bxs while Havana, for candy and syr
ups; 2337 bis N. O.Molascs;
55" -do 't.'fciiieS'Tiroice sugtinT.'mo
lasse;s
100 do Common sugar II. molasses.
10 do Golden syrup;
85 Tes- Rice;
300 bags Rio and Java coffee.
Which, together with a full and rnmnleled
EIOCK 01.
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WOODWARE Buckets, tub.zine Wuchtinnrdlt
brooms, &c.
Fruits & NnTsFaPfi. rasinc' nlmnnJ. .
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Spices 'Ground and tmground Pepper;
Biomicsj iiiiiimiiuu; ciue; finger; nutmegs:
f'lBH mackeral; dried herring, codfish; sar-
uiuro;
- Tsas A large stock of fresh Imperial; Y:
Hvsoujgunpowdcrand black tea:
good Virginia, Mssouri and Kentucky brands
-kn Riulio & Ri' . .,,1 smV, 1 L ,
of 6 twist tobacco:
Dye-stuffs Ind
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qiuiii: . .
SrjKDRllT Snan ranriW alarrh
salaeratus; super carbonate of soda; epsom
salt; lead; snot; warpping paper; etc., &c,
We will eel at the regular Cincinnatti
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