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ranee Company.
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' a hi! !'til;f Mqu.trc,
CLEY KLANU, O II 10.
capita - -. mm
"IMIIS wB koo-w: Hoi-K Cunpjny is pre-
JL. f hied, tl lifnul, to Uk lit'kS Oil the M
I.t ilc:- n Fiv.crly. Their mean are
m'V, urd (heir rates aie as rcaron' as
ihi'sr i f i.iv. M'i'iiil C'oiimanv.
cry v hi hi i. hazardous en
&TEA M K ISRS T A IS. JO)
OfUCF.ES:
1). B. Diiuiii.ii), President,
Utc. Migatl, ice Ireiilent and
'1 reamrer,
'). N. Sit)!.-, Secretary,
CO. P. err'.cr, Keilertil Aeut.
DIRECTORS :
fi, tt M; jt-tlt, (.If vcIhii'I,
l". '1'. l.u. ili".
A. S. Siin.ll'uiJ, do.
.'iii'ub !Vik!ii do.
B ujuiuiu Nortliru1.li.
(i.o. H. S-'utir, do.
(i. N. Skrls, ilo.
1). it. Dunham, c"o.
(J. NY. 'o'k, do.
Timothy Baker, Ncrwalk.
.Itijui C'lurk, l!ritiiiuiik.
.1. P, llobinwn. IVdford
W. M. PcwtU. Cleveland, (West side.)
Y.. F. BINGHAM, A(.sr,
1 iyVO'55 Gin MrArlhflr, Ohio.
ANNOUNCES ' 10 the cUisens of V
ton county, that tie lma just received t
new stock of Books and Stationary, cinsising
ill part
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from 1 50 to
00.
I'METIIOPIST HYMN BOORS,
P.onnd in Morocco, gilt mid coiujuou binJ-
Wceui-' Life of Wasiitno rox,
v " " I'ranki.is.
" " Marios.'
Life of Daniel IWrys.'
" " Black Hawk,
BnAjnvi'FAii'a work, compile.
Inov'a " "
Life of V. T. Bautou.
Do ArmoNt'i rlistory of tbe IWorxnatlfin.
"YOUNG MAN'S BOOKOFKowtiMi.
Kmi.DO Risauwia, a Eorasnce,
Utile's History of tbe United SurV
i;;ltnriaw'e History -of tbe United States.
Child et Home, a Morel Tale.
MASONIC WRXS.
f Use Croftstnan, the Light of the Temple,
and Meloddius for the Craft, containing an
excellent selection of Hymns and Odea' suita
ble forevry occasion.
SONG BOOKS.
Tl.e American Songster, Parlor 'Songster,
y.n of Kiin, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro
f.ir.j", end U variety ofotlier Song Booa.
Mo7; and Instructive Btory books for chil
li c rii.i.IToj Eoulis fur cuildren(of every
i trinOcn.
LLANK BOOKS.
Voi.ud in Wall er Hiid Imfi binding, ol all sizes.
srATS-JNARV.
r-t Cup V u, ISltie I'cct Lell'r Taper,
Hr.rrerciiil Kvtul'aer, ltill rner, nlsoluk,
i:i., 'tcl Feus, Sand Boms, l.ikstwids,
fr-ts, riling Suwl, end Stationary of
r? ui! ofwKkli will be told &t tb
wrt f gtit?f, fur rush. waj4 '55. tf
i.e. CTTT'.ASn. ...... COOBWILL
SHOE STORE,
AM)
A 5 H T ACTOBT,
SWeTLAM So COGSWELL,
Opposite Hie McArthur Hoow,
O KTURN th.p'r sir.rpr? tliauVs ! ) tl
A- nvriTPtis friendd and cnslomeiy, fur
the very lil:er;l psinnpce extcnJ.d to them
in t!'c p4,rt R-.eon, end take pleasure in on-
pMjtipo tliot tin yens now rt'teiving at their
jicot Pint "i.ioe Lepot thu largest tad brslee-
lC'.ed block 01
Kcols Si Shew
Zvcr bropsht to McArtlntr; consisting
in part of
CENTLENTENt' BOOTS &. &HOFS,
ficnlp.iiticl-sliin G&itors fimlB.Congrcsstiait
ers. Gents Farcv Slioe.i.GtntR Otfnrtl Pnm.i.
flftnta Enameled Niilifier-5, Gents Enameled
Congress Caitcr, ticnts Patent Leather K.id
Top Prince Alert's, Gents Patent Lea Jicr,
Drab Cloth, Kid top, Prince Albert's; Geuts
4iWY JJnrKF!uniiovs,uniit,s Upera Slipperr,;
tc.je:her with cvrry Tarirly of Fiiw and
faipe calf Fkin, Kip and Morocco Boots and
r?!io. AIfo La die." Doors AKn hoes;
le.dlrs BuFhin GailorBoot. Ladies' enamel
ed Jcnnr Lind's R. P.., Ladies' Morocco Jen
ay Mcd sILB Ladies Congjcee Geitcts,
Ladies Fancy Jenny Lind Slioea, Ladle en
amtlled Moaooco Shoes, Ladira Victoria
rerrj nor uactts" JThoej Top B00I3, L.
HicV Fancy Busfcins. bronzed top, LedieV
Pdue Gaits, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Also: Mif?es Boots and Slices, Misses Kid
Foots raid Goiters, Misses Fancy colored
Gaiters, Misses enameled Fancy Boots; also,
CljWre;??' J?cofind hers, Ch'ildrens' ralf,
veged, Pboe, Cliildr-ns' Fancy shoc3, Cliil
Jrci;s' Fancy Gairs. ruid e.Tery other variety
f Ladies', inis;es' and child reiis' wear, Fine
Hid Coarr?.
We have ear uumitfr of Workmen en
C.Kd, that i.- m.T?Ary, and are prepared to
ti oh!cjs ot the. tlicrti'ft notice.
CTJ-All of onr Goo.'.s Trill be sold at pri
wa that w gie ?atifacliori. Call aud ti
jjrlaa tr yoSf lTtu-
NEW GOODS.
y H A E just received a good stock of Saw
Hoods, suitable for the season, wnich I
tit m 11 lew for Conk; consisting In part, of
CLOTHS. CASHMERES, IATINBTTS,
MKPJNOS, DELAINS, ALPACAS,
CO BERGS, CALICOES, oc &c.
Soots, Shots, Hat, Caps, Fresh Groceries.
... - 4"-- -. aw
Flour, Wlieat Corn, Potatoes, oc., taken
ia eicbane for Goods. K. A. Bsattok.
IVcw Books,
ND other Goods in his line cf Business
X a. ere received bv Express almost every
mik from Boston, New York, and the Cities
uf ihe Wt.by J.R. WHlTTKMORK,
n i.' i.'f-r. Second St., Chillicothe, O.
J A MKS McCONNEL'S FSTATB.'
V OTtt-i. i. Imcby given, that tbe nnder
J. igr?d has been appednted and qualified
K?f:'nor of the last Will al Jestanient of
Joints r.ftfrine!, la'e cf be eounty vf Vin
wu, a. tent. WTfp- :4i'RDOCH.:
wj.t'.-.ff .
THE PROSPECTUS
FOR SECOND YEAH,
C0SM0FO TAN ART ASSOCAM
1855-6:
Tin Couimittte of Managemtnt take
pleitnre in announcing that arringn
cnauti for tlie Second Annual Collectiu'u
of Vorki of Art hat lee made on tbe
inoit exttoilTe acale. Works of Awru-
c;an Akt, and th encouragement of
AijiaicAS finiu, hare not beeo orfr
lookrd. CuinmifSi'in haft been iaued
tojinany Jiitii'giiithed American Artista,
acd a special agent f.aieieited the great
At! 'lleitJiiioriea of Europe th make
miffnl fler'.iou of cboita raintinea,
Uronze uA MtiMi Statuary, A.C ynioiig
mhidi ii the ftr-feu:ed and wookerful
paica of fi ulpli-re,
THE GENOA CRICIFU,
Traws or SrBacBiPTffta: The payment
of Tbree DolUig conttitutrs any person
a member of litis aigociliuii, and enti
tla bim to either one of the following
Monthly Magaaiuoa, for one jeer, and to
a ticket in the distribution of the Statu
ary and Faiotings datcribe'd iu tbe Cat
alogue. The Magazines soniitt of
Putnam'a Monlnly, Harnsr'a Majaiine,
Knickerbocker's Magazina, Godoj'a L
J;'a Book, Dickens' Household Workfc,
Grcl.am'i Magazine, Blackwood Maga
tine. Mttalf'e Luing A;a (Weekly),
one year, and t ticlicta for S3..
Mo pmuii 4 ret.'cctd to a sini'le
ahnrt. Thoit Ukln; Cra uieube riliipig
ire entitr(9 ay tvaai UtaMajaauiaa,
one year,
tributica.
ravamelit re vitting fundi for mam-
berfbtp, will pleesa glie their Post-
Office adc!res?,ii u.'l.statiog the month
thy wish tha magazina to commence,
aud t.'p.ister the letter at tte I'ost.Olfice,
to prt net losa;cn tbe rac-ipt cf which,
a cciliOcslfl of membership, tojethai
with he Magazine Ctiu-.i, will be for-n-ardsd
tJ any part of tha countvy.
For rT.triberjhip, "di'.ras?,
;C. I.. DERBY, AciC4nv, C. A. A.
At JiA?TF".r Orstci, 513 Jiroiwjj, Kcw
Yorl.; cr, V.'estiuK Orrtca, tC3. 7a-
ter stroat, Eandu6ky,0.
DKWHINa, CAN PBELL Ct Co.,
Imporkri nod iVhclmlf and Retail Pralers i
Hardware. Saddlrry, Iron, !,
Ac. Ac.
WOULD respectfully iiiformthetr friends
and the public that they have at length
got into their splendid new room, and have
fittpd It nn excrel y for the Hardware tradn.fin
the burnt district) under tlx: eifiii oT theGlLT
ANVIL, Eaet sidu of Taint, between 'Water
and id sts, wnere tney are opening, in audi
tion to part of their former slock, a large and
desirable stock of Amtricat, German and
Engliah Hardware, Saddlery, Iron and Glass,
together with all articles usually kept in Hard
ware etoreB. and invite all to call and take
look at their new room and examine their
stork.
Tlev lr rro? tin tied a slock of GooiTs at
their OLD STAND, f'an of the Mill Saw, on
Tagi-ri'n tuaro, (uitdur the immediate care of
on of Ihu Crn v. heru tht'V huvo beeu so ib-
cioili iioCiuiiiae'l tiiu vutu year, tor v.t.ici tbei
Uke this opportunity 01 returning tneir ein
c?re tliaiiAS.and solicit a continuance of the
aine for both establishments, promising to
kiep as good Gocd3 and tull uu low as any 111
tan market.
May 10, 1853. nM ly
BOOTS : SUOES.
JUST received tl. a largest and best selection
of Boots and Shxs ever opened ia thiE
market, consisting 01
Geutfi. r.iic.ii)'; Led Jk gaiis,
Cull' ' "
" Buttcned Congrc-sGai'crs,
" Morrocco Slippers,
" FrtnthD. If Boots,
I.?.di?a Eii.tu.fli'd Lace Boots,
Goat " "
" Sctd " '
" Lhced Gaiters,
" I'iUnt Leather "
" Enameled Jennev LinJ .,
" Pateut Sea Buskiiw,
" Fancy Enameled "
" " Slippers.
Childrena' Kid Laud Boots,
" Fancy
" Koan "
" Kid Peg
" Enameled " "
" Gout " "
" Fancy ' "
MisBes Kid btippert,
" ' Fancy Laced Boots,"1
BKATTON
mil Fall Trade. 183S.
II, 0. SilBLLj
WrKliiSALli DEALER IN DRY
COODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
AND SHOi:3, HAT?,
CAPS. riOXNETS,
q-c. kc.
ZPAIXT STREET, CHILLICOTHE.
IS now pn'pared to supply Meichanrs and
Fur111.cc Proprietors, with all article In
his line at fair prices find upon reasonable
terms. If is stock is new, large, nnd well as
sorted, and will be sold invariably at Cin
cinnati prices. nug. 30 2m.
FRUIT ! GOOD FKTJI!
MR. GRIGGS will be at McArthur with
a large asortment of fruit trees, and Or
nimenful shrubery, which can be obtained of
him personally at reaaotiahU. prices on tha
28th, 29th, and 30tb, of November. ISM.
And he wilJ also deliver to subscribers at
20cts per tree, who may band their natter
lo the following Agents: William Gold,
Vinton furnau, B. P. Hewitt, E. A. Brattoo.
McArthur. E. S. GRIGGS.
Oct. 4ih, IS55 tf.
F0IW1MISB 1XD rOMISSlOS BERCHiST,
CENTER WHEELING WHARVES
WHEELING, VA & BRIDGEPORT,
. Hfis Urge and extensive Ware Houses
laprepared with every facility, to alien
all business, entrusted to hi. care, pro
he forwards freight by Car loads or othe
cpterr.ber S,lK3. It
NJC .V1 lot' of 5 lun
11 dies FRLll TREES in my Warehouse,
addnssed to MARTIN.McAr
lhllr.VintO!i county, Ohio. The ' ' ?
ow ner is rermesled to i r-ti.1
p Mttfl Inkn ltim u- i-wmv
d. smart:
.. CHlIilCOTHIt.
Ohio- Nov. 20, ,5.
a
NEW STOCK OF
lS&y.
YAMCEE XOTIONSU
LATE ARRIVAL!!
Ihive pat reoeiTed mr Spring St:ck
comprif ing a ureal raiiely of FAXCY
and STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and
others re Invited to tall before purch
asing elsewhere, as they will find a com
plete assortment, andt pricea that will
compare with any Establishment of the
kiud in this section ot the conntry.
The following articles comprise a part
of my extensive assortment:
50 packs pins.
200,000 percussion caps.
COO dozen spool cotton.
50 gross buttons.
50 cozen suspenders
u50 lb r-kein cotton.
2 lb tewing silk,
5 lb twist silk.
S00 cross book and ejes.
30 dozen razor strops.
500 doseu combs, all kinds.
30 reams cap, Icttar and note paper,
30,000 eutelopea.
00 dozen tapea,
tQ dozen soapa.
0,000 fish hooks.
5 gross fish lines.
,0 gross lead pencils,
n00,000 needles.
n00 bundles wafers.
0 dozen knives.
0 dozen scissors,
0 grocs jews harps.
ornsa frpnrh fi&rna.
.t) dozen suites.
j000 Blats pencils.
foOsloaasi port mon&les.
i'OO lb patent thread.
Cornelian churns and rings,
Jet bracelote.
Ladies' work boxes and rs'.icules.
Yd hair Lrubhes end combs.
Gil'.ta prrcha, puff and long combs,
S, S S and S S S fine combs.
Skirt and dress whalebone,
oiset end shoe bees.
Stilsttoei, cla sticH and sleeve' bands.
Teeth and r.ail brushes.
Steel pen and holders.
Mulch solus.
Alabaster ornaments.
Linen coi'.on, floss it crochet cotton
Zephyr worsted and needles.
Gold ticker and ear rings.
Gold, plated and common Jewelry; and
other articles too numerous to particu
larize. CIGARS AND TOBACCO!
Sealers and others purchasing Cigars
will find tha Urgest Stock in the City,
varying from 85 to 630 per M. As all
tha fine cigars are manufactured on the
premises, purchasers of una cigars may
dspend upon gettmg the quality of ct
gar tbey pay for, as satisfaction is guar
antead in all cases. Also on hand
Cavendish and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipes, if'C. t the Cheap Notion
Store ueit tu the Valley Bank, Scoond
Street. E. DAVISON.
Chillicotiib, O., March 3, 1855.
IF TOD OA I TOD WILL BIT,
J0KH S. HAWK.
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO,
Droit r in all kinds of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, CiUEENSWARE, HATS,
APS, BONNETS, BOOTS f
SHOES, READY-MADE
LOTH ING, IRON &
NAILS, &c. Also,;
Agent for
LOUDON & Go's. POPULAR FAMILY
MEDICINES,
TS just receiving from Cincinnati, one of the
JL. Largest a.m beet selected stocks of New,
fasiuouable and
CHEAP GOODS
Ever brought to McArthur, expressly for the
winter trade, wrucDha is determined to sell
on the most reasonable terms.
Jitbt call end see my New Goods before
purchasing elsewhere.
Bring along your Produce, for in the evay
of Barter he will give you as good bargains as
mougn you nrougni ineuasn.
November 17, 1854. 1st, c. ly.
A r 11 1) J ic Invitation.
I11CK0CK & Bro..
HAVING just opened a Wholesale and
Retail HAT STORE in Portsmouth.
on Front Street, between Market and Jeffer
son, they invite -it", to call and examine their
stocK ol
Hati and Cnps, Straw Goods, TrunkVff
4 ValUes, Carpel Bags, Umbrellas it., U
' OF EVERY DE8CHIPTIOIT.
Purchasers can at all limno flml f&r
tablishment a full and complete assortmen
ts me iiciiofi ami most desirable styles, at
well as the most common farm, finr
experience in lb- bwinem. M kmrnM-a of
iiiuuBi-n-.irmjj, r.u me luciuties tor purcna-
etl loweb llian any other House in the West.
r una 01 tit Kinds wanted, for which the
llluKol r ii.a ..-lit I.. : I
"h"ii nil, uc pain,
Portsmouth. November 4, 1853. Iv
STEIN & BROTHER.
Manuacturtri and WhoUtalt di alert in
No. 316 BALTIMORE STREET,
Between Howard and Libertv-6t
BALTIMORE.
FJuly 8.'B3. ly.
Hardware.
T irPENCOn'SAus, warranted 30 day.
r luuueu uatcneuirar
ranted, Tilletson's Handsaws warranted
Door Locks, Thumb Latches, Butts, Screws
Augers. Smoothing Irons, Curry Combs
Horse Brushes, Files, Rasps, in shot every
thing in the Hardware line, at
BRA ETON'S
ARTIST'S MATERIALS.
fV every description furnished at short or-V-
ders and fair nricca. A . i
ol
." ,u' 'urijait jjaui scape
Painters, Toy PaipUand Best Water Colo
onhni- B, WH1TTEMORB
maylB '56. Second rhiitilf,
l6-
NOTICE,
NOTICE, DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
SHIP,
1HAJE this day gold to WeslWl, Stewart
O-UO, bit emure inleat in ihA r:...:.
rii Fmnace Company, ond am there fort no
lonf,9fa partner therein. -
, unciinTAti YvtVACt, June 21, lflw
jdlyu4w .. . ;Hf( poBBl.
JAMES PURSELL,
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEAL
ER IN FANCY AND STAPL2 DP.Y
GOODS, QUEENS WARE, CHINA,
AND GLASS,
No. 1 EnWrpilM Boild.Bt, fnn St., raiiunontb.
!J Injast, I3s. . H Aujuit, I5.
NEW C08DS.
riHE UNDERSIGNED is now in receipt
X of hi Kail tilo k of Dry Goods,
D BONNETS, Hats, Caps, cVc, to which
he invites the special attention of mer
chants and furnace owners, with tha assu
rance that the Goods will be fold as low as
ihey can be had lrom me xew ion mm
riiilsueiprna jouuere, onn m duuijiuj
i!l save the expenses 011 puchaets niada in
Cincinnati or Pittsburg'i.
Late nurchaaesaud importations of Class
and 0.neensware make my slock very large
ond complete, all or wnicn is oueatu k .-
lowest rates aua on irx-rni leims.
It is the true interest ol mercnania anu
dealers to buy &0W per moniti mar nome 111
.,...r..r. iwe tn S3.000 fcini-annually at a dis-
tiiiit tiunii. 1111 s "eriMiiK mtn iw
...... , .i,..
mid llistriuutll'g tneir uius n;auio iu onu
the more eat.iy paid. , ,
Portsmouth, O.. TVc. V., 1854.
Swetland & Cogswell, In Attachinen 1
-Plaintiffs, Civil Acuon.
aeainst THE Defend
W. S. French ej-Co., I ants will lake
Defendants. J notice that the
Plaintiffs In the above case, on the 13th
lav of November, a. d. IS55, caused an
order of Attachment to be issued by i
W. Swenstun. Jnstica of the Peace for
Elk Township, Vinton County, Ohio
aeainst the cooda. chatties, stocks, ia
tareats Iu stocks, rights, Tat..ts, woaeys
and eflccta of said Defendants, uon-rea-idantsuf
said county, to satisfy the
claim of the Plaintiffs for Twelve Dol
lars and Eight Cents, and Twenty-five
Dollars the probable costs of suit; and
that said causa has been continued fur
seivice on said Defendants, and will be
for hearing before said Justice, at his
office in McArthur, ia said TownBhlp.on
the :Sth day of December, a. d. 1655, at
10 o'clock a. m. of said day, last afore
said. SWITLAVD tt COOSWELL,
November 22d, ie5S. 3w
School Books.
rVcGLTFEY'8 CEHC6 COMPLEE.
SPELLERS, First, Second, Third Fourth
and Fifth Readers. The Hcmau's Young
ladies neaaors.
Pineo's Primary Grammer,
Analytical '
" EncliBh Teacher,
Ray's Arethmatic, Parts Ft rat. Second and
Thud, Ray's Algebra, Parts First and Second
McGuffey a Electic Primers.
The Elementary Speller.
Webster's school Dictionary.
Mitchel's Primary GeoerapbT.
Mitchel's large school Geography, latest
edition.
Copy Books, Slates, Pencels and all kinds
of stationary for schools, for sale at
BRATTON'S.
J. K. '& D. Wlff
ARR now tecetvlng and opening the lai-g-est
and best selected stock ol
FALL AND WIATE GOODS
er brought to this market. Tha senior
artner having spent considerable time in the
cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York
end Boston in selecting and purchasing:, and
having paid careful attention to the latest
styles and most improved pa terns of all ar
ticles of dress goods and wearing appsrol,
they are confident their stock cannot be sur
passed, either in magnitude or variety of
Biyies oy any iu mis country, it consists in
part as follows: Ladies' Dress Goods, and
shawls of every variety and style; Cloths,
Cossimeres and Tweeds of all kinds; Ready
Made Clothing of every description for men
and bens; en extensive assortment of Hats,
Caps, Boots snd Shoes; Hardware, Queens
ware, a very large slock of Groceries, Wall
and Window Paper, and a complete assort
ment of Notions, Trimmings, c. Iu short
their stock is complete in every department,
and will positively be sold at the lowest pri
ces. Produce of all kinds wanted.
sept. 13 tf.
AN active honest Man in each section of the
State, to take orders by 'SAMPLE' for
VELPEAU'S MAGNETIC AGENTS. A
salary of 6800 per year, and a small commis
sion will be paid. "Salary payable month
ly." For particulars address Dr. M. Veu
PEAU,422i Broadway, New-York, enclosins
stamp to pre-pay answer.
TNT3 VVGOODS7
fpiIE undersigned desire agaiu to tender
JL their thanks to their numerous etK-tom-ers
for past favors, and advise them of the
C. ... . . ... .
iuci. uiHiuiey Di UDWiaMua uat nmi
mg w.c ujiv.il tuijier, h uorgt aim 5Pltn(l
M Stock of FALL AND UTJSTE& DRY
GOODS, oonsietkt- of overv variety utii
quality, suited to the wants of their custom
ers and the community; which they pledge
eau selves to sell as low as they can be bought
- i Uiis or any of the western markets. Th.-r
ill not boast, brag, or banter, but they do
not iiittnd to bt txctlled in qantity und quali
ty of their Goods, ntither do thtu
be undersold.
And while inviting the attention of their
customers to the prospects which are ahead,
mey nesire ro remind ttiem of the fact, that
some of them are in the arrears r ht "chnn
settleinenta make long friends." That their
Auction Notes, and lorn?
should now he paid. AnJ in view of the
awndance of the crops, and means which
are at then command, it ia hoped they will
pay up the old score, c at least settle by
note, and commence anew, '
SHADES & REYNOLDS,
sep. 13, '55 tf.
MORI? Gonna a nRnocBica
1, ----- aw .WVUIIIUU.
nave just received a new supply of Wall
Paper and BoRnrRR: the laroeat Int
brought to McArthur.
',3 fAlso, COFFEE, Rice, Molasses. To-
aiZ bacco's, tie.; all of which I will sell
at the lowest figures. ' " E. A. Bbattoh.
MARGARET CASSILL'S ESTATE.' '
Notice is hereby given, that the undersign
lias been appointed and duly qualified
as Administratrix of the Estate of Margaret
Ceesill, late of Vin txn county, deceased, . .
AUg.XDtlr 00 A.KW1S A. ATWOOD.
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CHERRY PECTORAL,
For tti rpM Cur of
COrGIIS, COLDS, ROARSEESS,
Baoxcnnis,wiioopi.vG corcH, "
CROUP, ASTHUi, AM)
C0XSI .1IPTI0.Y.
T EIS remedy is offeered to the cem-
munity wi:h tbe confidence we feel in
an article wliith n-ldom fails to realize
the liHinppiest efl'ects that can be denn
ed. So wide is the field ol its ure-lul-nef
a and numerous the ca6ts of its cures,
that almost every section of the country
abounds on persons, publicly known,
wholiave been resaored from alermirg
aud even desperate diseases of the
lunggs, by its ue. When once.tried its
superiority over every other medicine
of its kind, ia too apparent to escape
observation, end wheie its virtues are
known, the public 110 longer hesitate
what antidote to employ for the distres
sing and dangerous affections of the
pulmonary organs, which are incident
to our climate,
Nothing has called louder'lor the ear
nest enquiry of mediial men, than the
afarming prevalane and fatality of con
sumptive complaints, nor has any one
class of diseases UA mote of tbelf in
mtigaUona o4 m. M at yet no
idequate itmedy has been provided, on
wbich Ua fiNIt onid depeo lor rr-
ttstioa from attacks upon tba rjnr
tory organs, until the introduction of
tha Cherry Pectoral. This article
the product of a long, laborious, and 1
believe successful endeavor, to furnish
the community with such a remedy.
Of this last sUtement the American
people are now themselves prepared to
judge, and 1 appeal with confidence to
their decision. If there is any depen
dence to be nluced in what men of
every class and station cerlfy it has
done for them, if wa cau trust our own
senses, when We see dangerous affec
tions of the throat and lungs yield to It,
if wa can depend on the assurance of
intelligent Physicians, who mike it
their buisness to know, -in short, if
there is any retanee upon anything,
then is it irrefutable proven that this
medicine doe. relieve and does cure the
class of diseases it is designed for, be
youd any andall others that arc known
to mankind. It this Da true it cannot
be toojreely published, nor be' too wide
ly known. The afflicted should kuow
it. A remedy that eursec, is priieless
to thsm. Parent should kuowit, their
children are priceless to them. All
should know it, for health can Vejpriced
to no one. Isot only should it be cu
culated here, hut eveiy where, not only
in this country, tut,.iu all countries.
How faithfully we bar? acted on this
conviction, is shown in the jact that
already this aticle has made the circles
of the f.lobe. The su:i never sete on i'.s
limits. No continent is wklioul it,and
but few peoples, Although not in so
general use in other nations as in this,
it is emp!oyed;by the more iutelligent in
almost all civilized countries. It is ex
tensively employed in both America
in Europe, Asia, Africa, Austrailia and
tbe far off islands of the 6ea. Life is
as dear to its possessors there as here,
and they grasp at a valuble remedy
with evon more avidity. Unlike moat
preparations of its kind, it is au expen
sive composition of costy material.
Still it is afforded to the public at a
reasonably low price, and what la of
vastly more imparlance to them, its
qual i ty'is never suffered to decline from
its original standard of excellence.
Every bottle of this mepicine, now
manufactured, is bb good as ever has
been make heretofore, or as we nre 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 fprocures the
genuine JCherry Pectoral, can rely - on
having as good and article aa tias ever
been had by those who testify to its
cures.
By purching this cuse.I havejthe hope
of doing ;ome good in the world, as well
as the satisfaction of .believingthat
much has been done already.
Prepared by J. C. AYF.R, Practical
and Analytical ChtmM, Lowell,
Mass.
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