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SALE OF DELINQUENT LANDS
AND TOWN LOTS.
The following is a List of LanJs and Town Lofg within the County of
Vinton, relumed Delinquent by the Treasurer ol said county, for the Taxes of
1854, charged with the Taxes and Penalty lor said year, together with the
Taxes of the current year added:
NAMES.
No. 1, EAGLE Tp.
Apple mm Thomas
Fetil Jonathan.
Haas Jacob
Auderion Grafton
rf tit Samuel
Petit Jonathan
Corner Jesse
llulcomb Reuben
Rum bo Georgia
sur-e
Williams Williaui
same
Fairchild Isaac
Yeple Alfred
Bavard William
taint
II c ii r jr David
tame
Irwin Francis
tame
IVobasco Jacob
tame
No. 2, BROWN Tp.
Clark Samuel
Coe Chester
Furgeson Henry
riiuimer John
No. 3,SWAN Tp.,
Kennard Linee ,
Cox Jcseph
R.
10 10 li
Vi 10 i
I'J 10 li
19 10 U
19 10 13
19 10 J
19 10 15
19 10 15
19 10 26
19 io
19 !0 26
19 10 26
19 10 30
19 10 31
19 10 35
19 10 35
19 10 35
19 10 35
19 10 35
19 10 35
19 10 36
19 10 36
15 It 1
16 11 7
16 117
16 11 33
17 .)37M1.
n ia n
17 19 '15!
17 19 18
17 li 19
17 12 20
17 13 22
17 12 2t
17 12 21
17 13 30
17 12 36
18 (0 3
18 10 4
18 10 5
18 10 &
18 10 5
13 10 6
IS 10 6
IS 10 . 0
18 10 12
IS 10 U
13 10 17
18 10 23
13 'MJ 23
18 .10 25
13 10 32
13 .10 31
13 10 35
18 10 35
13 10 35
17 11 7
17 11 11
17 11 li
17 It M
17 11 23
17 11 30
17 It 32
17 11 35
McCown John ,
Case I'laviui
J"
MrManiree John
Crow Andrew
Snedekfr Samuel
Kline Augustus
McMahan Eliznieih
U rimes Jesse M
Green Samuel 11
No 4, JACKSON Tt.
6lokeljr Samuel
Bothkin James C
Nungesier Mury
Unknown
same
Grinnelle & Jenkins
JiroHwJur
Vaiiuaiu Samuel
1'vOhS David
Paters Henry
I'etii Joseph
Johnson DaviJ
Luis Jacob
AUvej Uiven
.Uvund PalltdioH
La wa I leu Win
tint
Kossiier Abijah
Furry John
o. , LLli Tp,
Spencer E A
Holland Leonard
Spencer L A
6a mo
j4ngu;!i Win
hpeuif r E A
Ely S W
June David
No. 6. VINTON Tp.
War J Mali u in
Do i b i A i'rahairj
fame
Slight Young R
Ke Marshall
D; una John D
Page Nancy
Aim .Nathan
Davis Andrew
Colvin Joh"
ei me
Key Marshall
No. 7. MADISON Tp.
Cult ri 1 1 W ilium
Ala rli Gtorga
Brown S it
fa mo
Triblecotk Wm D
No. 8. CLINTON Tp.
Hainomree Samuel
Liinuan William
Dje lleury
Jleahler John
16
16
16
16
10
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
17
17
17
17
o. 9, RICHLAND Tp.
Lewallen Elizabflli
18
Will Jos Iv
Abbott Samuel C
VllioU Jamea
Arcadi Biiuk
same
Griper John
Canity William 11
Wetaon Abnrr
sa ma
Jolly Van B
IS
13
18
13
13
13
IS
18
18
13
13
Demaier Washington
Haw k David
18" 4'
llenileraou Joint ' 13 U
Dill Benjamin $' 9
iUorrison Alrx T8 T
J'hillis John Jr 18 9
Hmderaon John 19 9
J'aiter.on Charles 18 8
fcharp Caleb 18 8
Clark Isaac 13 8
Ko. 10, HARRISON Tp.
J'robasco Jaco'o 19 9'
Walker Ellen JJutal 19 9
Johnson John 19 9
Oruves William 19 9
Ackley l'hiluiuler 19 9
same 19 9
Watheny Eenj.. jr., J 9 ' 9
I'roviniv Thorn ion 19 9
leffler(teor 19 ' V-
llilarJuhu 19 9 '
Duxei John 19 , 9
same 19 9 '
icLaiu James S 19 9
same 19 9
lark Humphry 19 V
iloats Danitrl -l'J 9
Jiloais Abraliam 19' 9
loats Joacpli 19 9
Jjamborougli C 9 9
KlssenerJrsse 19 9
Diion Elilm t S 19 9
same 19 9
?Va.1ker Stephen 8 19 9
sen ii will; t'KVir I v !..
fP Curry Jobua
fagan Thomas
same
v. Vosnovvn
Liaton Samuel J
Quinn Patrick (hejit)
Dolan bimcpii
Quinn rtriuk
titeel John
v liuinu ratritk
Uarrtiy Thomas
Qrof ait Thomas
Yf juttuidg Wm
JSirVhirontt J.hu
ffcv It Juhrt$
LANDS.
1
FRTS.
T. S I P.
D.
it e n
s s w
n w ii a
lie or
w 1 s e e 1 s w
n e ii w
s w t vv
s e e
H w w
s w n vv
ii e n vv
s e n w
w n vv
s w s e
w s
a e s w
a e n e
n e se
III D
n w n vr
n e s w
s e s w
pr s e'J
si pr nw 2
n e cor
prr e
40
40
40
40
160
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
49
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
177
136
117
125
388
117
117
78
97
97
116
116
62
51
97
97
116
97
78
78
116
116
1 75
2 9
2 9
I 12
0 Ul
1 75
1 75
2 09
1 75
1 40
1 40
2 09
2 09
12 19
41 04
15 54
7 50
130 663
497 2231
143 845
100 408
'ti ecor ..
" 2
80
, I
42
122
10
60
40
60
20
10
40! 00
571 12
. i'8i!ii
wis w
' P w tits a ,
e i nw and w 1 ne
pr s e s w
e i n e .
n e ii e
pr s w i
pr s e s
Kit
204
497
' 66
286
102
124
93
81
122
300
81
51
51
. 17
31
81,
540
366
81
96
181
912
103
103
20 1
210
980
536
33U
CIC
420
4.36
10 65
62
6 12
2 13
2 65
1 97
1 73
2 33
5 73
1 54
93
98
43
- 56
1 54.
10 33
4 96
1 51
1 83
3 51
12 36
. I 91
1- 9
.3 89
4.- 2
13 73
It 43
9 02
16 55
11 28
45 12
S) 50
2 33
a e s e
e 1 tw and a w tv
a e n w
n w ii w
u w i e
pr w n
pr w n e
s w s w
a w i
wi s w
ii w i:
pr ii vv s
iw nr
li '
n e n
H M U .. . ,
8 H S V
40
118
40
40
. 40
.13
27
. 40
166
bo
40
3Si
40
(63
40
, 20
40
4.1
15'Ji
80
40
40
20
3 'J
pr ii w
li n vv
i v ii a
s e s o
tj ne s b
ii vv s w
s 2
s e n e
n v ii w
166 1680
40
40
56
89
9 4 pr n side hi SI 125
9 II pr s e 8 e s w 71 183
! 1 I pr s e i U7 290
9 11 vv aide u e nw 4 8
9 13 pr 610 2216
9 16 56 a mid nwi a nc 60 408
9 25 s i s e 80 408
9 29 n i 320 653
9 31 pr tie se if- r se ne 27 133
0 4 1 70 326
9 5svcor 31 33
9 13 pr 232 473
10 29 e i s e 80 20 1
10 30 n i s w 80 510
10 32 e side HOa vv side nw 40
10 32 n vv ror 15 443
33 u end 96 510
10 2 wise 81 514
10 2 n e s e 42 310
10 16 n i u vv 80 652
10 27 u i s s 80 326
9 2 pr n vv n vv 22 CI
9 8 nana 40 136
9 wise 60 431
f 11 si se 80 470
13 " w i s e 60 1000
9 13 pr it e s w 20 234
9 15 v sitli s i u a 60 320
9 17 pr e is e 3 18
9 17 se n w 40 145
0 18 w i se tnd n e s w 123 668
9 19 e pr s w C5 380
9 0 wise 80 388
3
4
7
49
11
10
16
3
8
11
4
10
9
10
13
9
15.
8
1
3
9
10
23
5
7
3
15
8
8
ISC
,4,f200;.f4.,60,
2r-sYw-n e
40
310
7 14
n
'S3'
30
31
2
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, s w a vr
11 e q w
si 11 e n vv
pr f a n e
pr w n
11 n w
ei n e
swi
sine
n e n e
pr sw sw
pr se sw
40 .
40
20
2
613
104
290
155
272
96
16
14
2
6:67:
3 56
6 26
2 21
37
19
39
79
43
80
160
82
47
28
23
35
6
. 40
fcO
.-. 1
7
39
40
3
4i
li
23
41
.41
41
2
2
3
4
5
5
8
23
23
26
'29
30
31
31
32
32
33
33
34
34
34
368
400
240
ISO
110
110
20J
416
120.
240
'i--35'i .
35
200
200
12
40
14
214
150
120
1055
. 194
97
f.
6
3
3
2
2
4
9
2
5
Be se
i a ,
n e ne
uw .
pr iiwea, 1 ,,
pr ne sw i
s w s e
ue 11 e
nw cor pr nw
lr 11 w
prs invv
f r sl n w
n w n vv
n e n vr "
wise
seue
e ne
4
3 23
4
2
16 8 8 swse ' ; 36 107 2 21
16 8 3 sw se & 11 pr se se 49 97 2 1)1
16 8 4 neseandsvvsts. ' 71 102 2 'Ml
16 8 6 se se . o7 103 2 11
16 8 8 preise 39 380 7 86
16 8 8 si e 11 w 35 177 3 66
16 8 9 in w i s i 11 w 30 123 2 . 52
16 B 0 wiawltiiiw V0 408 8 46
16 0 9 swsw 40 251 6 93
16 8 10 in w pr 4 21. 43
16 8 17 nwcor 42 180 3 '72
16 8 17 e s vv 56 232 4 80
1C 8 j es side 2?0 102 21 U
. ti I' l f it-m: nick M 1633 33 81
10 8 -7 iMnc 37 1.S I 6
TAX.
I C M.
II
45
It
26
2
It
11
40
75
,43 5
21 6
17u3
21
49
(3
50'
45
03
03
01
36
00
79
59
29
74
45
74
89
20
49
81
47 1
13 4
92 1
82 ft
02 5
33 2
36 8
'41 9
34 7
33 2
71 3
92 2
39
55
93
35
45
45
46
30
:68 .
37
,78
78
47
47
27
90
31
-78
35
08
60
34
17
8
8
10
10
10
same
No. 12. KNOX Tp.
Bolin Ellis
Ferrill Elijah
Martin David
16
15
15
15
26
29
33
olaji Simeon
u w cor
w etui
tt
71
ISO
80
1
41
2b3
510
403
51
5. b7
.n .
net
pr s vi
ii w cor n v n e
11
20 3
fc.1 7
23 4
1
3D
30
LIST OF TOWN LOTS.
LOTS.
PROPRIETORS.
IV. I
niiT
NEW MT. PLEASANT. '
Harris I nomas 2(1
Sain Phillip 29
Tucker Mirh 31J
M'ARTHUR.
Brown Samuel II. 138
same 67
same D
same G3
Bingham E F 177
same 7g
BrownO W ji
Burly A 99
Dunlap S B 13
Lake Albeit (19
Lord Hutson 77
Lannou Calherine HI
Palmer Watermau 170
same 199
Pilcher N S 153
Swepston John 1&9
Spencer E A 19
same 5
same 95
same
Waltz Elias 124
ritATTSVILLE,
Brown S II 16
same,., . . ,17
same ' 32
same 8(
Gofl' Samuel ' 29
Stoddard H W U '
HAMDEN.
Coal & Engle 11
Dascomb A 7
Leach G A 43
Mclntyre Duncan 24
Morrison Jos. 10
WILKESV1LLE.
Daniels Hiram G 9
Dolan Simeon 61
Hawkins Ephraim 2
same 6 a .
same 26
same ' '65
same 77 ' . "
Quinn Patrick (heirs) 2
same b'
same 26
same 65
same . -66
same 67
((. same 8
same , ' 69
same 77 '
NEW PLYMOUTH.
Birtlett Sylvanus 3
TAX.
VAL.
D I C I M
102 2 18 4
153 :i 27 7
255 5 47 1
.56 1 71 2
67 2 05 7
280 8 53 3
84 2 fi 1
45 1 36 6
588 17 91 6
81 2 56 1
2tf 85 5
f'6 1712
28' 85 4
158 2 39 6
36 1 C9 6
16 6 12 2
56 1 71 2
18 56 4
448 13 C5 5
336 10 24 6
672 20 51 5
112 3 41 1
112 3 41 1
28 84 9
9 19 0
11 22 5
6 10 7
11 22. 5
102 2 14 9
458 2 65 3
102 2 76 3
102 2 76 3
154 4 16 5
763 20 64 1
61 1 37 5
381 7 89 2
636 11 10 6
23 47 7
23 47 7
15 30 6
15 30 6
,76 1 67 9
19 39 8
23 47 7
19 39 8
19. 39 8
19 39 8
28 67 9
28 67 9
28 67 9
28 67 9
306 5 63 3
PARTS,
FEET
e &
ido
43
nj
n w cor
40
2-5 e si Jo 16
n end
i
4
i
i
i
4
1-2
1-2
1-2
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i
AUDITOR'S OFFICE.
VINTON COUNTY, OHIO.
k
I hereby ceify that the fo.regotng
turned to me Dy the Treasurer of
pied into the Duplicate of 1855; and that the amount annexed to each Tract
or Lot is correct and calculated as the law proscribes.
Notice ts hereby given that the
Town Lois, described in the foregoing'list, or so much thereof as will pay the
Taxes and penalty charged thereon, will be offered for sale at the Court House
in McArthur, by the Treasurer of said county, ori the 2d Monday in Janua
ry, 1856, unless such Taxes and penalty be paid before that time.
t
List is correctly copied from the list re
Vinton county, in Ja nuary, 1855, and as cos
whole ot tha several tracts of Land and
JOSEPH MAGEE. Auditor.
HOUSE Til
1EVES
Meward!
STOLEN from the stable of trie Subscri
ber, situated in LODI Township, Athens
county, Ohio, about eight miles South
Alliens, on r ruiay niglit, isov. juth, a
lirovn aiare. 01 nieuuim lieiglit, black
and tail, well made, and carries up well;
shoe on the kit fore foot. It is sunnosed
said Mare was stolen by a boy by the
of ORVEL SLOAN, ad about 13 years, of
sK'iidcr make, black eyes and dark hair, had
on when last seen a cloth cap, red rounia-
Dout, ana boots.
1 will the tb Hlmve rwerd for the
ery of saia Mine tnd Thief to me in Athens
county, or for the Mare and confinement
lite Itnel in any Jail in Ohio.
Adurcsa me at Athens, Uhio.
THOMAS D1LL1NGER.
James JIcGilliyroj ,
MAIN S T REE T, N.A R TI1UR, O.,
SADDLE & 11ARNESSMANUFACTURER
t hli old Siacd ciipoiila J. K. tt D, Vf li't,
RESPECTFULLY 111(0 rms Lis numerous
customers and the public generally, that
ne is now prepared io Mippiy all ne
ifjrPv mands.in.the way of Saddles,
Sf Buggy, Coach and Team
Hnmes; 0llrsAVriJn,'nd Spurs, and
erv other article connected with the Trade
all manufactured out of the-bent materials
antl by' the -best of workmen. Give linn i
call and examine work and juices before you
purchase elsewhere.
(QTlIldcs, &c, taken in exchange for
work, at the highest market priter.
OHN C. RAY S ESTATE. Notice is
hereby given, that James Ray, Adminis
trator of the Estate of John C. Ray, late ol
the county of Vinton, deceased, has filed in
the Probate Court of said county his accounts
tnd vouchers as such Administrator, for in
spection and final settlement, and that said
accounts will be passed upon by said Cuurt
on the 22d day of December, 1855.
B. P. HEWITT, ProbateJudge.
JKot. 29lh, '05, 3w .. Mi: a
BUANCii CHURCHILL'S ESTATE.
Notice is hereby given jnatAlvin' Fin
ney, Executor of the last Will and Testament
of Branch Churchill, dee'd, has filed in the
Probate Court ol Vinton county his accounts
and vouchers lor inspection and final settle
ment, and that the same will be passed upon
bv said Court, on tlie 22d day of December,
JS33.7 .. U. P. ULWITf, Fro. Judge.
Nov 29 1655..-- -
c. p.'iBAcr.-.'...' r. J. OAKES.
C.P.TRACY & CO., .
Manvfaclvrert and Wholesale'
llEALKB IS ' 1 '
, TiOOTS, SHOES, HATS, . . '
LEATrR AND. FINDINGS.'
Out door below P. Kinney & Co' Bank,
Jroni Street, PORTSMOUTH, O.
April 27, 1855. ly. .
lVcw Books, -
AND other Goods in his line of Business
are received by Express almost every
week from Boston. New York, and the Cities
of the West, by J. R. W111TTEMORE.
may l,'55. Sccoud St., Chillicothe, O.
of
Dark
mane
no
that
nBine .
deliv
of
v:
FAMILY MEDICINES!
E, A, BRATTON.
MAIN STliEEV, McARTUUH, O.
KEEP constantly on hand the following
Genuine and Popular Medicines:
PILLS.
Seller's Liver Ti lis, Dr; Lee's Pills.
WORM MEDICINE.
iSellers ermifnee. Drs. Jones & McL's do.
COUGH Si RUP.
Seller's Imp'l C. S Dr. Jones' Couh Syrup
IJNLVENTS.
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. & B. liniment
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Relief do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Hatha iron, Vegetable Hair Oil, RJJ
Bears Oil, ( pure,) Eau De Cologne. W.,
Cnstoi Oil, Sweet Oil.
British Oil.- Oil of Spike, . .
UarlemOil, ' Medicamentum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, Batesman's Drops.
Sloan's Condition Powder; and Essences of
all kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
April 6, 1855. If
CUKE It GAIilKVLII,
DRUGGISTS,
1YILKESV1LLE. OHIO.
KEEP constantly On hand the (blowing
crnuine and popular family medicines.
I'IJjLS. belters Liver Pills, WcLames
Liver Pills, Aver's Pills.
COUG-H REMEDIES. Seller's Imperial
Cough Syrup. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Seller's
Hive Svrup, Seller's Svrup of Squills.
WORM MEDICINES.-Seller s Vermifuge,
McLaine's VerniifiiEe.
; L1N1MF.NT3.-11. G. Farrel's Indian Lin
iment, Gardner's Volatile Liniment. Radvvay's
Ready Relief. Pain Curer,. Liquid, Opidildoc..
'.-HAIR TONICS. Lyon's kihiitoi,Gt S.
Gaylords. ' .
Ai.so:--A large and well eelected stork of
Drugs, Medicines. Oils, Taints and Dye-stufTsi
all forsHle at the lowest prices. .. : -Oct.
27th, 1854. lv.
'ARTHUR HOUSE
And Stase Oflice,
Main street,
IopJ'osits thY post' ofrics,
; - McARTUR, OHIO,
JOS . KALE!?,
- -PROPE IK TO It. ,
TJASSENGERS who stop at'.this House.
X "can take tlie Coach every merning lor
Urnlliromej to uyer s Malion, tlienreby Kail
Road; also, every morning for Athens, and
other points South and East.
Tie proprietrr assures all who favor him
with a cull, that n means will be spared to
male them Pro fot table "rrxl tt iberces to
fiul th-tin.es July 3T,'&3 J
4HNS0N'S BOOK STORE.
I.U Jones) keena rmrclaniJ. mi ti....i .
In rot clnrlr iif
LOOKS, STATIONER!', WALL
' . PAP Ell 4c,
Wliii h lie will wll at Eattrrn rw&. It is
his ili'Mgi, to atl'ord Ctmlftry M.-n hoiHs, anil
I in; l.as ra p in-raliy, nidi 'fac ilitirs nip
plviiig ilciiiftlve with .veiy arliil in his
line, us they Lave not heretofore enjoyed.
A'iriiiiung are now king niidi to his strx k.
ivhirhwill inuke one of the Largest am iesi
in the Western country.
As a mere outline, liia stock will be found
to consist of
LOOKS Mimical. Scientific. Law, Theolos
ival. ScIiikiI, I'.ldiik n. Mitellanecu8.
STATION EUV -Letter, Cap, Hill and Note
Paer.
ENYELOPKS-riiifr. Embocd and Tlain
White, and Government.
WALL PAPER A lieuvy and well selected
suck, ut prices ranging from 8 cints,
tofcl,50 per bolt. Aso, Borders ol
the f-reatest varielv, and Window
Blinds.
CLN K UOOliS-Ledgers, Journals, Day
Books, and Time BooKj, all of every
st vie. '
PERIODICALS Those Issued MontJ.ly, and
others.
MAPS UrP Mmxnrhnlli II dllll 'llllnuia t....l
of the United Slates; Smill Maps of
-....1. ..t .1 in .
rai:u ui me iveaieru atates, and of
Mexico.
FANCV AltTir.T.P. nf Jtft..
- - w ...... 11 . niuui.
ALSO Slates. Conv Ronka f VimS Pin (am
Pencils, Gold and Strel Pens, Ink of
an minis, innsiands, Waters, &c., &c.
All nf urhii'li u-iit Iia aril.l lx... iiri.i.
1 . 11 i.iioie-
sale ami RhIaiI nt inmiii'. r.. c
Junes omaiaiMi, rami 01., uiuiicotlie, Ohio,
ijf (rmuer o. looj. ly.
AEW WHOLESALE
HEADY:JUDCL0T11IXC
' ' WAREHOUSE.
HAMPTON &, CAMPBELL,
Of th. Ui flrm f Hampton, Wllion kOo
No. Si Tbirtl Slrcrt If twtfn M ood I lurkct,
PITTSBURG, PA.,
ARE now receiving their stock of Fall
and Winter Goods to which they call
the attention of Westeiis Merchants.
Among their assortment will be found
MEN AND BOYS CLOTHINO
Of every possible description; also Troy and
Hartford Shirts and Collars, Wool, Alerino
and Cotton Undershirts and Drawers, Silk
and Linnen Handkerchiefs, Men's Hosiery,
Suspenders, Cravats, Neck Tics, Stocks.
Gloves. &c. Also. a general assortment ol
INDIAN RUDDER GOODS.
We Intend thin eivU .hull k.
or the largest, the beat furnished, and the
in net r-wmtit iCiil awl a- 1. t 1
the United States. . Our connection with one
of the largest .rouses iw Massachusetts where
..w H....wU VM,W MU9 uvu ursvuvtcu 111 liicir
manufacture, givea us advantages which will
.n.Uii .. & .a . 1 1 r U 1 . ...
cuaum un iu nciuuoas bi iuisiern JODDert
prices, which we are determined to do. and
also enables us to olTer
A greateyariety of Goods to our cus
tomers than has hitherto been
'- fonnrl in Ihii Marlsnf,
We respectfully solicit the patroflage or all
......i, ,,. uij, in0 urucra 01 our
customers shall be promptly and satisfactor
ily filled on terms as liberal as by any other
house in the country.
HAMPTON & CAMPBELL
Sept. 6 '55 3m.
SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY
RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON and after Friday, 1st of June, 1655,
Trains will run as follnun. in nil-
Train No. 1 wiU leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clock M. and arrive at Jackson at' 12
o clork M. Returmtie Ipbvb Jiw licnn 1 1
o'clock P. M. and arrive at Portsmouth at &
o'clock P. M.
Train No. 2 leave Jackson at7J o'clock A.
. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock
. Returning leave Porlmnnnth t 91 V M
and arrive at Jackson at 6 oYWlt P. M.
1 nuns stop oklt for passengers at the fol
lowing stations, to Wit: Sciotoville, Webster.
VVashmeton and ballia Stations. Pntt niv.l
Cros Roads and Irwin's Station.
J. W. WEBB, Superintendent.
June 15, '55. 2c-tf.
M. C. & HILLSBOROUGH R.
TIME CHANGED.
Km
f I TRAINS will run as follows, until furth
X er notice;
First Train Tjsv TTaWnlpn tnr rinri...
nati, Coljmbus, and luterrnediate points, at
in. OA ... '
iu.ou u. in.
Second Tbaik Leave HamiVn for rliilli.
cothe at 1 p. ni.
KETUitNiKo: One Train leaves Cincinnati
at 6 a. m. and Chillicoilie m III- III a
arrive at Hamdpn fit 1 1 Tin
Train Iraves Chillicothe at 7 a. in., and ar
rives at llanulen at U a. in.
CJ"Tickets can be purchased at tlie Sta
tions. W. R. ARTHUR. Sunt.
Nov. 29th, 1855.
lie Yq ClQlJicd!
;T. N. McGLAUOlILlNv
J Merchant Tailor, has iust
Opei.fil h New and itnlenrflie
assortment of Cloths, Casi-
meres,&c, together with Trim
mines, which he U nreimreil
to manufacture into everv v.
neiy ol garments to suit cus I
tomers. 1! work in nittinul m..
rip. He also keeps on hand an assortment
III Knuiltf.Mnflo nir.i.n.l. r t - k . .
warranted to ben-ell made. Also, Furnish
ing Goods, consisting in part of Shirts, Un
der shirts.Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats. Pock-
11 IL L!r- jt... jr.. . . . .
i.i iioiinnciuiiiris, U.U.. oc. fxperienceu
workmen in constant employ, and all orders
promptly filled. Call at the old stand of G.
W. & A. J. . Dunkle, opposite J. K.. (t D.
Will, lelore purchasing clothing elsewhere.
j.n. McLaughlin.
McArlhur. 0. : Nov. 15th. '55. 4m - '
LLC! rV. INEB E K ANTMAC HUNG t
PATENT LIQUID GLUE. '
Price, - - -
S3 Cents.
ClielMS ictvtiMlcd mt tin Mf,.l
olle the in v.entinu of )e1jiirid .tegl'rsli"
iu treist.'and much used ii)Europ . is . now
, red to the l'l.blic at a I'rice that places it-
l.. i. ..r .ii
, i ivaiu if an
Or No Housekeeper sliould be without it,
with ihis article they can immediately re
air any ankle of Furniture, such as China,
Gluts or Wood, that may have been broken
uiihout I he trouble and expense of seudiug
it to the Cabinet Makers. For sale at
' E. A. BHATrOj
GUARDIAN'S NOT!CE.-Notice s here
bv siven that Peter Strawsbauih. Guar-
dian.ol Malimla, Abraham and Catlierina
atrav sbaugh. has filed his accounts and vou
tUis lor a partial settU-mertt cf his accoutti
as iiui li CuKidMn, and that the same will be
pui-ed ii4)ii in lie VVd dv of December,
13"5. M H. r. HL V JTf, Pro. Jud-e.
' er.3f,-8X?i
M
I lOYlTTTiT
Uuniciiiitn.i t IV..
WHOLESAt.K BOOT & SIIOK UiIKOCIl
AO. J. 1 iittfjr Clork, Front Street,
PORTSMOUTH. OHIO,
I TAVEjusT received their exlenaivs'
1. J Stock, consisting of all the latest style
and fashions. Our Mock having been pur
cliHsed direct from t1 manufacture, priB
npally for cash, with great care in the s.
lection of quality end sizes artopleit to tb
Western trade, we are enabled U ofTer su
perior inducements litis Fall, and are deter
mined not to be undersold by an regular
Cal'lTmw Vl,,k'- ',,,il,,Pb'
In addition to our extensive sto k of Boot
and Shoes will be lound are and wtll se
lected stock of
"ATS SI g CAPS.
Sultab'e for the Fall and Winter TraV
Merchants and Furnace Owners visiting oar
city are invited to call and examine for tLoi
lver. To the Ladies. We are now manufacur.
ingt superior article of Uidie' and Miasa.
baiters Buskin Mini Slinncr. tu;..n.
cureil some of the best workma- iu the West,
we are nrenareJ ta
custom work.
Leatheb. One Thousand lbs, Red So'
Uathe.,12.00 lbs, No. 1 White Sole Leatho.
uiueu r reni n call Skins, as dosen Craw
ford s A'kihs, JO down Kip Skins. Upper
leather and Shoe Findings alwavs ouhaudt
and for sale at the lowest market 'price.
January 20. 1851 1 y.
DRUG STORE-
GEO. li. WILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IB
DRl'GS, CEMICALS, PAINTS,
VARNISH. nrES.PURE ESSENTIAL
OILS. INSTRUMENTS URUSH.
ES OF EVERY DE SCRIP TION,
ANATOMICAL PREPARA
TIONS, t o Articles, Druggistn' Shop fair
niturt,Glat Warc.WindoiM Glow,
Alcohel, (fc, rf., oc.,
MAIN STREET. MCARTHUR. OHIO.
KESPECTFULLT
informs his friends
and the public, that lie i
now opening a large ai-1
superior stock of Drug,
tfc, tiiat have been selec
ted wiih personal care k i
this market.
Phvsiciaks and customers, will Ann. ot.r
rmgs 6( the best quality, all of which i
will sell at the lowest price.
For all kinds of.Patent Mtilicines, EngliMi
French and Girman llrls. tolacco cJhk
and a fine assortment of Soaps Extract at.ti
Pure Wines. (June 15, 1655. tt.
IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.
ioo,oooje. H-
5000 Lbs. Norway Neil Rod,
00 Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nails,
3000 Lbs. sous re. round m.H noin....
Steel, Just received it the Gilt Anvil.
DEMNING, CAMPBELL & CO.
July 20. 1853.
OX YOKES.
"I afYANKEE Ox Yokes, at the Qilt.n
J H XJi' J.'JJ'. OAMriMbM r
hxPVd 1853.
M. DAVIS.
WATER ST., CHILLICOTHE, OHIO
WOULD beg leave to announce to the
citizen. of Ross and adjoining com
ties, tfiat he hat opened out a new en r
complete stock of fall and wintergoo !-,
selected from the best foreign and !..
mestic fabrics, which he will sell ni
wholesale and retail prices, lower than
sny ever offered in this part of the cou;i
try. He ha also a full tnJ comnle'.e
assortment of furnishing good of all
inscription and quality. Alio on com
mission a splendid lot of woolen unci r
shirts end drawers, which he uil
whole sile at New York nrices: he re
fraius from puffing or praising. Ca
and see for yourselves, and be convince
mat jou will make money by purer, i
sing at the Phoenix Block; don't for-e
'he place. 2 doors west of Fallertnn'
old stand on Water Street.
A few first rate pant and vest tnak'M
wanted, to whom the hiehest rri ,
ill be paid- oct. 18ll'55
BY CT'DER CF THE rRUBAlfi COURT OF VISK.1
bonntr , unto.
ELIZABETH DAVIS, T Probata Court.
Adm trlx of Anderson Petition to anil
Davis, deceased, Land.
vs. BY virtue nf
John Davis, st. kl. j in ordarofSale
to nn directed by raid Court. I will, on
THE 15TH, DAY OFDECEMBER, 1855,
between the houl qf ,10 o clock A. M.
and 4 o'clock P. M-,,l the door o( the
Cuurt House, jn the town ol UmAtthnr,
fil said Tuton countv. tell at PHhli.-
Vendue, to the highest bidder, the fol
lowiiiB Real Estate, a the
said Anderson Davis, dee'd, to wit:
The NorthiEast Quarter of the Souik. ...
Eaat quarter of Section number Thirty-
one, in Township number Nine. of Ranaa
number Sixteen, in the Ohio Company's
Purcnuse, containing Forty-two Jcrei.
more or less, Also, So much OfT of the
whole length of the South side of th
South-east quarter of the North-eait
quarter of the same Section, Township
and Range aforesaid as will make Kfty 4
Acres, including the above forty-twt
acre tract; all situated in tile laid coil '
tjr of YintonT:'-A - -
the Widow, relinooiihn her rirht avf
Dower in the premises!
Appraised at the stihi of- TK-. Una.
ted aud Ten Dollars. ,
TERMS OF SALE.' - -One-third
of the purchase montr ia
b.nt on lh J. of l. on. lKl.l
oneYaf, and the remaining third in Iwai
years, wim interest irom tits day of salt;
deferred payments to be securaat sir
Mortgage ou the premises.
ELIZABETH DAYIS,
Adm'trix of Anderson Davis, dec'al.
By E. A. Bratton, her Alfy,
Nov. 8 id, 1S55. 5v
S000 SHINGLES
IMTIII
I
1WANT 4000 SHINGLES, for -bif!a
the HikM Prita.l Us tiv-en t
2. A - b AT TON'S.

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