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CLEVELAND, OHIO.
F I'MUS ivWI known Homs Cmpn i-pre-..
rrJ, as umi.lt lo tkk lis'u on lite i-
' lit fWK-s of Tii(y. 'lbif means are
ample, and iheir rates tie as reasonable as
hot of in; found Company. 1
rrr NOil'LClAL IA7ABDOVS OR
ft - -TEAM IUSKSTAKLN.JCO
fr' OFFICERS:
D. B, Dunham, President,
ttro. Mjgai, Vic President and
Treasurer,
O. N. Skcrls, Secretary,
Geo- U. Senter, General A.geal.
DIRECTORsT
Ge orpe Mvgait, Cleveland,
F. T. Barium, (In.
A. 5. Sandford, do.
Jacob Perkins, do.
Benjamin Northrup,do.J
(ieo. B. Senter, do.
0. N. Sheets, do.
D. B. Dunham, do.
C. W.Cook, do.
Ti mothy Baker, NorwelJt.
JohnClaik, Brunswick.
J. P. Robinson. Bedford.
W. M. Tow ell Cleveland, (West tide.)
E. F. BINGHAM, Wrc est,
July.T53 6m McAuhlir, Ohio,
T
' JKC dl i BOOKS! I
ANNOUNCES to the citizen of Vin
ton county, that he has just received a
ew stock of Books ami Stationary, cinsisting
In part of
FAMILY BIBLES, t prices from (1 50 to
00.
'METHODIST HYMN B00XS,
Bound in Morocco, gilt and common biad-
vem' LifofWABHi5Tow,
,,. - " Mariom.
Ufa of DabielBoobi,
' , Black Hawk,
'.i TecdmskachJ
8haespeab' works complete.
"'Btbom's " "
Life of T. T. Bakhum.
D Aueiose's History of the Reformation.
TOUNQ MAN'S BOOK OF Kbowiidqb.
Rikaldo Rivaldiha, a Romance.
: i Hale's History of the United Stat
. Giimshaw's History of JV
r r' V'.l?rann- " wgmoi ip.
-r. ,i.l!.n.f .1. w . wl
"d.,r'd,,e,for '?? Craft l'.'VpWna
urn f ni KPin'iinn nr r f mm xnn j ir m ifiiuwi
bl for evrr occasioriv
SOJXG BOOKS.
Th American Songster, Parlor Songster,
Exile of Erin, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro
Snugs, and a variety of other Song Books.
Moral end Instructive story books for chil
dren, rictoriul Toy Books for children.of every
description.
BLANK BOOKS.
Justices' Dockets, Legers and Day Books,
sound in leather and half binding, of all sizes.
STATIONARY.
Best Cap Paper, Blue Tost Letter Paper,
mmerciul Note Paper, Bill Paper, also Ink,
ills, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, Ltkstands,
afcrs, riting Sand, and Stationary of
ry kind, all of which will be sold at the
est figures, for cash. inay4 '55. tf
I. . tWETLASD
i COOSWELL
B00T &SU0E STORE,
AJSD
MIANUFJJCTORY
COGSWELL.
Opposite the McArlhur 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 and Shoe Depot the largest and best se
lected Stock of
Boots & Shoes
Sver brought to McArthur: coD;iatiiieffli
- l part of fkl
GENTLEMENS' BOOTS it, SHOES,
Gents.Euckskin Gaiters Gbnts.CongressGait
ers.Gents Fancy Shoes.Gents Oxford Pumps.
Gents Enameled Nulifiers, Gents 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 akd uota;
Ladies Buskin Gaiter Boots, Ladies' enamel
1 , ad Jenny Lind's R. R., Ladies' Morocco Jen
. tj Lind's R. K., Ladies' Congress Gaiters,
Ladies Taney Jenny Lind Shoes, Ladies' en
amelled Morocco Shoes, Ladies' Victoria
Fancy hoes Ladies' Fancy Top Boots, La
dies' Fancy Buskins, bronzed tops, Ladies'
Blue Gaits, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Also: Misses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid
'--Boots ajd Gaiters, Misses Fancy colored
C"55jers, Misses enameled Fancy Boots; also,
'rot guWBoolsand hoes, Children' calf,
of d, Shoes. Childrens' FancT shoes. Chil-
- j .W Fancy Gaiters, and every o'.her variety
Yjof Ladies', misses' and cbiMrens' wear, Fine
We bavt any number of Workmen en
taged, that is necessary, and aie prepared to
fill orders at trie snortest notice.
(dAH of our Gooda will be sold at pri
ces that will give satisfaction. Call and ex
Bins for yourselves . '
ALLGE MINEBEKANTMACHUNQ !
PATENT LIQUID GLUE.
Price, -- - - S3 Cents,
Che HIS celebrated and very useful article',
off the invention of a celebrated English
B trout, and much used in Europe is now
red to the Public at a price that places it
be reach of all.
d3r No Housekeeper should be without it,
with this article they can immediately re
air any article of Furniture, such as China,
Glass or Wood, that may have been broken
w ithout the trouble and expense ot sending
11 to toe vaDinei maaers. rorsaieei
. E. A. BfiATTOtf
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. Notice is here,
by given that Peter Strawsbaugb, Guar,
slian of Maliuda, Abraham and Catherine
Stmrsbaugh, baa filed his accounts and vou
chers for a partial settlement of bis accounts
" as such Guardian, and that the same will be
' ratted upon on toe 22d day of December,
ifcM. B. F. HEWITT, Fro. trfw.
themselves with etery article in his
M-DAVIS,
U'AXER ST., UIILL1C0THE,' OHIO
WOULD beg leave to nuouncto ike
rime ns of Rci anJ adjoining coun
ties, ill a l lie hat opened out new arid
emtiple'e stock of fall and winter goods,
teterted from thj best foreign and do.
menu- l.bric,4 whicfi he will tell at
w holesale and retail prices, lower than
an; er offered la ;his part of the coun
try, lie ha altro a full aJ con pleie
ssortment of furnishing gooda of all
discriptioa and quality. Alto on com
mission a splendid lot of woolen under
shirts and drawnis, wYith lie wil
whole csle al New York prices; be re
freius from puffing or praising. Ca
nd sea for lour.eUee.and be cou tinea
thet )ou will make money by puriln
ing at the Phoenix Block; don't forge
he plate, 2 e"cors west of Fallerlou'
Id stand ou Water Street.
A few Qrsl rate pant and Teat makers
wauled, to whom the highest priis
will be paid' oct. 13ili'55--4n
It. LLOYD & CO..
WhOLESALK BOOT & SHOE WiRKNOOSE
S Ko, 1. Buikfjt Bloik, From Street
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO,
HAVE iu st received their extensive Fall
Stock, consisting of all thelauststjles
and fashions. Our stock having been pur
chaEed direct from the manufacturer, prln
vipelly for cash, with great caw in the te
lection of qualitr and sizes adopted to the
Western trade, w are enabled to offer su
perior inducements this Fall, and are deter
mined not to he undersold by any regular
house either in New York,, Philadelphia or
Baltimore.
In addition to our extensive stock of Booti
and Shoes w ill be found a large and well se
lected stock of
HATS 3. CAPS.
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trad.
Merchants and Furnace Owners visiting our
city are invited to call and examine for them
telver.
To thk Ladies. We are now manufacture
ing a superior article of laidies' and Misses'
Gaiters' Buskius and Slippers. Having pro
cured some of the best workmen in the West,
we are prepared to supply those who want
custom work. '
Leather. One Thousand lbs, Red Sola
Lenthei,12.C01b?,No. 1 White Sole Leather,
3C dozen French calf Skins, 25 dozen Craw
ford's Skins, 10 "dozen Kip Skin. Upper
leather and Shoe Findings always on na
and for sale at the lowest market price.
January 20. 1854 J-
JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE,
fT v. JOHNSON, (successor to Joseph
tdt Jones) keeps constantly on hand a
large stock of
BOOKS, ST A TIONER Y, . WA LL
PAPER 4c,
Which he will sell at Eastern Prices. It is
his aVsicn to afford Country Merchants, and
- ii.. k r
,. pnllv. anrh facilities forin.
HIS UTBlilU lO
I'U'C
1. 1 v . . . r
lirte.s they have nt heretofore enjoyed.
Aclilitions ar now being made to his stock.
w hich will make one of the Largest ant1 jest
in theWestem country.
Aj a mere outline, bis stock will be found
to consist of
BOOKS Medical, Scientific, Law, Theolog
ical, School, Blank and Miscellaneous.
STATIONERY Letter, Cap, Bill and Note
raper.
ENVELOPES Buff, Embossed and Tlain
White, and Government.
WALL TAPER -A heavy and well selected
stock, at prices ranging from 8 cents,
to $1,50 per bolt. A'so, Borders of
the greatest variety, and Window
Blinds.
BLN K BOOKS Ledgers, Journals, Day
Books, and Time Books, all of every
Btylc. '
PEMODICA1S Those issued Monthly, and
otheis.
MAPS Large Maps of both Hemispheres and
:, ot tne United Mates; binall Maps ol
each of the Western States, and of
Mexico.
FANCY ARTICLE of different kinds.
ALSO Slates, Copy Books, Copper Flate.
Pencils, Gold and Steel Pens, luk of
all kinds, Inkstands, Wafers, &c, &c
All of which wiil be sold low. at Whole
sale and Retail at Johnson's Book Store,
Jones' old stand, faint St., UnUicothe, Ohio
December: 5. 1&53. ly.
NEW WHOLESALE
UEADY-JlADmoTH.NG
WAREHOUSE.
HAMPTON St. CAMPBELL, -Cf
i.t lata Arm cf Htmpttn, Wllion Jt Co.,
fa. t! Third 8lm. betwefn Wood & Market,
' PITTSBURG, PA.;
ARE now receiving their stock of Fall
and Winter Goods to w hich they call
the attention of Western Merchants.--Among
their assortment will be found
MEN AND BOYS-CLOTHING
Of every possible description; also Troy and
Hartford Shirts and Collars, Wool, Merino
and Cotton Undershirts and Drawers, Silk
snd Linnen Handkerchiefs, Men's Hosiery,
Suspenders, Cravats, Keck Ties, Stocks.
Gloves. &c. Also, a general assortment ol
INDIAN RUBBER GOODS.
We intend this stock shall always be one
VI IMC luigtai. tliG hFCSb AUIIIiailCU, QUU tllC
most beautiful and complete to be found in
nf lit- k t.a f !-l 1 .U .
the United States. Our connection with one
of the largest houses in Massachusetts where
the utmost care has been bestowed in their
manufacture, gives us advantages which will
enable us to sell Goods at Eastern Jobbers
prices, which we are determined to do, and
aisoeiiBDiesiis to oner
A greater variety of Goods to our cus
tomers "than "has - hitherto ba -l
found in this ,Market.
We respectfully solicit the patronage" of all
buyers visiting this city. The orders ol our
customers shall be promptly and satisfactor
ily filled on terms as liberal as by any other
uouec in uie country.
HAMPTON & CAMPBELL.
Sept. 6 '55 3m. -
IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.
lOO.OOO1 J2 ""
SOOO Lbs, Norway Nail Rod.
500 Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nails.
3000 Lbs. square, round and octagoa
fcieei. Just received at tne trill Anvil.
DENNING, CAMPBELL &.CO,
July 29. 1853, .
OX YORES.
t n YANKEE Ox Yokes, at th Gilt. A-vi
DENNING, CAMPBELL& CO.
Jui'29 1855. .
SOOO SHINGLES
I WANT SOOO SHINGLES, far which
A tfl fnhest Priti will ba givei t
1
1835.
YANKEE NOTIONS! J
. llATE ARRIVAL!!
I have just received my Spring Slock
comprising a are at varietr of FANCY
and STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and
others tre iuvited to tall 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 followiog articles comprise a part
of my extensive issortmeut:
30 packs pins.
200,000 percussion raps. . '
COO dozen spool eoltnu.
50 gross buttons.
50 dozen suspenders.
ti50 lb skein cotton.
2 lb seeing silk, -
5 lb tniit silk.
200 gross hooks snd ejei. v
SO dozen razor strop.
SCO dozeq combs, all kind.
20 reams cap, leHXer and noie paper,
30,000 envelopes. '
00 dozen tapes,
30 dozen soipj.
0,000 fish hook.-.
5 gross fish line.
,0 gross lead pencils.
.OO.OuO needles.
00 bundles wafers, ;
0 dozen knives. .''
0 dozen scissors. ' '' -
0 gross spoons. y '.
0 gross jews harps.
gross French harps.
,0 dozen slates,
gOOO slate pencils.
0 gross thimbles. .
00 dozen porta moniies.
d00 lb patent thread.
Cornelian charms and rings,
Jet bracelets,
Ladies' work boxes and reticules, ,
Fine hair brushes and combs, .
Gutta pcrcha, puff and long comb,
S, S Sand S S S fine combs,
Skirt ar.d dress whalebone,
orset and shoe laces.
Stilettoes, elasUts and ileev bands.
Teeth and nail bruahe.
Steel peu and holders. ;
M.tcD safes. - '
Alabastet ornaments.
Linen tic cotton, floss crochet cotton'
Zephyr worsted and needles.
Gold linger and ear rings,
Gold, plated and common jewelry; and
other articles too numerous to particu
larize.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
. Dealers and others purchasing Cigars
will find the largest Stock in the Pity,
varying from t5 lo 30 per M. As all
the fine cigars are manufactured oh the
premises, purchasers of fine cigars may
depend upon getting the quality of ci
gar they pay for, as satisfaction is Ua;
snteed in all cases. Also, on hand,
Cavendish and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipes, f-c, at the Cheap Nation
Store next to the Valley Bank, Second
Street. E. DAVIftON,
Chillicothe, O., March 2, 1855. v
IF YOU CA L YOU WILL M,
JOHN S. HAWK,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, 6 IIO,
Dealer in all kinds of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, liARD
WARE, 'QUEENS WARE, HTS,
APS, BONNETS, BOOTS
Ct1rfkl.'0 ni. i tti .. r
LOTHlNJSt, IRON &
NAILS. &c. Also,;
Aaent for
LOUDON & Co's. VOPULAR FAMILY
MED1CIKS, ,
13 just receiving from Cincinnati, on 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 determined to sell
on the most reasonable terms:
Just rail and see my New 5oods belore
purchasing elsewhere. . .
Bring along your Produce, for in tte way
of Barter he will give you as good bargain
uiuugii you urougui tnevasn.
November 17, 1854. 1st, c. ly.
A PuLlic InYilalion.
H1CK0CK & Bro.,
tYAVINCVjust opened a Wholesale and
1 Jt Retail HAT V10HI?in Portsmouth.
on Front Street, between Mait and Jeffer
son, they invite All to call and examine their
stock of
-IlaU and Cops, Straw Goods, TrnnHs.f-f
kJ Valises, Carpel Bags, Umbrellas it- U
. OP everv description. ,
Purchasers can at all times find l nn
tablishment a full iinrl rnmnlatA
Of the richest and innst rtpaimhla bI1pq
- -. - -
well na the m nc t nmmnn rnK.iw, D .. . nn.
'" - V.IMUVU lUUHVO, VUI
experience in the business, and knowledge of
manufacturing, w ith the facilities for purcha
sing, are such that we are confident we can
sell loweb tnan any other House in the West.
FURS of all kinds wanted, for which the
highest price will be paid.
rortsjiiouiD, November 4, lbo3. ly
STEIN & BROTHER.
Manufacturer t and Wholesale deaUr fn
II
Na. 31ft H AT.TIMf.PV i5Tmri?T
- -vj - w u -u. wauiiuii
Between Howabd and Libertt-sti
BALTIMORE.
PJulv 8.'53. ly.
Hardware.
LIPPENCOTTS Axes, warranted 30 days
or the money refunded. Hatchets war
ranted, Tilletson's Handsaws warranted
Door Locks, Thumb Latches, Butts, Sciews
Augers, Smoothing Irons, Curry Ctmhs
Horse Brushes, Files, Rasps, in shot every
thing in the Hard ware line, at
. BRAXTON'S.
NEW GOODS.
HAVE just leceived a good stock of New
G oc's, suitable for the season, wnich
will sell lots for Cash; consisting in part,
VLUlilS, UA&tlMI,K,, OATIWETTS,
MERINOS, DELAIN3, ALPACAS,
COBERGS, CALICOES, fc., &c.
Roots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Fash Groceries,
d-e., cf-c. &c. ficc.
Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, rfctakefl
in exchange for Goods. E. A.!Bbattok
SWA N'S NEW TRE A 'USE
Just received, a Newt Edition cf
-i. w i. ...:.k tp Tit...
-fhT
- buovb hd, m.u r or ins pompiete) ipr
Justices' of the Peace. . Every Justice and
for
VU1WCI .UVUtU ll.l, VU Vl IWB, HI
S. . 1
NEW STOCK OF
i
I
Sehool lloolts.
N'CClntVS tIBIS CCrVFLEE.
SPELLERS, First. Sfcoml, Third Fourth
snd Fifth Reudeis, The lleman's. Young
1 f.tlip Itofiilra. l m
Tineo's Primary Gratpnict, , t
. An.lvtiral . - t.
" - .English Teacher,
Ray's Areihnietic, Pafs F. t, Second ana
Third, Rav' Algebra, Parts Fi.nt and Secoad.
McGufley' Eleclic rriinei.
The Elementary Speller.
Webster's school Dictionary. ' '
Mitcliel's Primary Gcograuhy.
Michel laige school .Geography, latest
edition.
Copy Books, Slates, Pencels and all kinds
of sliitiouary for schools, fur sale it
BRATTON'S.
J. K. k WILL
ARE now receiving ami opening the larg
est and best selected tock ol
FALL AD MME GOODS
ft broucht to this market. Th senior
artner haviiie srent coiifi(b rable time in the
cities of Baltimoie, Philadelphia, ew York
and Boston in selecting and purchasing, and
having paid careful attention to the latest
styles and most improved paterns of all ar
ticles ot dress goods anu wearing oppaiei.
i her are rnnfii pnl tlieir atOCK CAnilOl OB sur
passed, either in magnitude or variety of
styles bv any in this country, it coni
ii,t i n nui! Ladies' UrPSS uovtis, aim
shawls of everv variety aad. style; Cloths,
Cassimeres and Tweeds of all kinds; Ready
Made Clothing of every description, for men
and boys; an extensive assortment of Hats,
Caps, Boots and Shoes; Hardware, Queens
ware, a very large stock of Groceries, Wall
and Window Pajer, and a complete assort
ment of Notions, Trimmings, c. In short
their stock is complete in every department,
and will positively be sold at the lowest pri
ces. Produce of all kinds wanted,
sept. i3 tf.
1 N active honest Man in each section of the
a State, to take orders by 'SAMPLE' for
VELPEAU'S MAGNETIC AGENTS. A
salary of (800 per year, and a small commis
sion will be paid. "Salary payable month
ly ."For particulars address Dr. M. V.
feau.4221 Broadway, New-York, enclosing
stamp to pre-pay answer.
Nov. 1st, '55 4w.
NEWjGOODS.
FfHE undersigned desire again to tender
JL their thanks to their numerous eu-tom-ers
for past favors, and advise them of the
luct, that they are now receiving and open
ing at this Brick corner, a Laroe anil Snlenil
id Stock of FALL AND WINTER DRY
OUUJJA, consisting of every variety and
quality, suited to the wants of their custom
ers ami the community; which they pledge
u)nr. selves to sell as low as they con be bought
'iis or any ol the western markets. Thev
ill not boast, brag, or banter, but they do
not intend to be excetltd in qantity and quali
ty of their Goods, neither do they intend to
us vnacrsoia.
And vabile inviting the attention of their
customers to the prospects w hich are ahead.
they desire to remind thrm of the fact, that
some of them are iu the arrears thaf'short
settlements make long friends." That their
Auction Notes, and long standing accounts
,k..i.i . k ...i - ... ..
Duuuiu ran u jjuiu. anu. in view oi tne
abundance of the crops, and means which
are at their command, it is hoped they will
pay up the old score, or at least settle by
note, onu commence anew.
SIUDLS& REYNOLDS,
sep. 13. '55 tf.
BOOTS : SHOES.
"FUST received tl. hruest and best selection
J of Boots and Shjes ever opened in this
market, consisting oi
Gents. Enameled El gans,
" Calf
" Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
" Morroc co Slippers,
" French Calf Boots,
Ladies Enameled Lace Boots,
" Goat " "
" Sewed " "
" Laced Gaiters,
" Patent Leather
" Enameled Jenney Liud's,
" Patent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Enameled " '
" " Slipper.
Childrens' Kid Laced Boots,
" Fancy ."
Roan " c
" Kid Peg "
" Enameled "
" Goat
" - Fancy u . .
iMisses Kid Slinpets, ,
" Fancy Laced 6001,
BRATT0N
18KS. Fall Trade. 18SS.
Hi D. SHULL,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY
GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
tAND SHOES. HATS,
kCAPS,' BuNNETS, ':'
NOTIONS, ,
(f-c. &c.
IPAINT STREET. CRILLICOTRE,
1 S nnnr rrflistvt In Kiinnlv Mprrhanla ami
1 Furnace Proprietors, with all articlea in
1 nim i iair prues ana upon reasonable
I Jlrins. ' His Stock is new. larse. and wplt ..
.Jhei, and will be sold invariablv at Cin
cinnati prices. iug. 30 -in.
G.VViANDERSON,
FORWABDIXG AM COMMISSION MERCHANT,
CENTER WHEELING WHARVES
WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT,
Has large and extensive Ware Houses,
is prepared with every facility, to atten
all business, entrusted to bis care, pro
He forwards freight by Car loads or othe
ep tember 2,1653. - , ly
TVOT1CE. I have received a lot of 5 bun-
dies FRUI1 TREES in my Warehouse,
addressed to T. MARTlN.McAr- -r
thur.Vinton county, Ohio. The f
JZ owner is requested to pay eharg- fgj
es and take them away. D. SMART,
. Chuxicothb, Ohio: Nov. 20. '51.
' INV.29, V6-2l
NOTICE.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
' ' SHIP. . r
't
1HAVE this day sold to WestfalV, Stewart
M. f w. uij 1111110 nueiel iu wo kiuuiu-
nali Furnace Company, and am therefore do
longer a partner therein,
"-f!iMf!tnin Fnm in Tniu 91 IflVI
july20 4wJ JOHN ROBEJN'S,
JOB W ORK, of every deacrjjpUoa Jatly
. TIER'S . '
!itf
CHERRY PECTORAL,
For th rapid Car ot
COUCnS, COLDS, II01RSEESS,
BRoxcnins.wHoopixG-coucn,
cnorr, ASTHMA, ISO
COXSUMPTIOS,
THIS remedy is offcered to the ccm
munity with the tonfidence w feel iu
an article which seldom fails to realize
the hamppieit effects that can be deair
ed. So wide is the field of it useful
ntit and numerous the cssts of its cures,
that almost every section of the country
abounds in persons, publicly known,
who have bean reraored from alarming
and even desperate disesses of the
lunggs, by its use. When once tried it
.uperioritj over every other rnedici.
'
of its kind, is too apparent to escape
observation, and wheie its virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate
what antidote to employ for the distres
sing and dangerous affectiona of the
pulmonary organs, which are incident
to ou' climate,
Nothing has called louder (or the ear
nest euquiry of mediial men, than the
afarrcing prevalene and fatality of con
sumptive complaints, nor ha any oue
class of diseases had more of their in
vestigstion and care. But a yet no
adequate remedy baa been provieed, on
which the public could depend for pro
teation from attacks upon lha respira
tory organs, until the introduction of
the Cherry Pectoral. This article li
the product of a long, laborious, and I
believe successful endeavor, to furnish
the community with such a remedy.
Of this last strtemtnl the American
ptople are now themselves prepared to
judge, and 1 appeal with confidence to
their decision. If there is any depen
dence to be placed in what men of
every class and station certfy it has
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 cm depend on the assurance of
iutelligent Physicians, who make it
their buianess lo know,- in short, if
there is any relanee upon anything,
then is it irrefutable proven that this
medicine doe relieve and doe cur the
class of diseases it is designed for, be
youd any end al 1 others that arc known
to maukinJ. If this be true it cannot
be toojreely published, uor be too wide
ly known. The afflicted should know
it. A remedy that cursec, i prittleis
to them. Parent should knowit, their
children are priceless to them. All
should know it, for health can k,pricd
to no one, Not only should it be cir
culated here, but eveiy where, not only
in this country, but.lu all iouii tries.
ilow faithfully we have acted on this
conviction, is shown in the jsct that
already this article has mad tbacitcl.a
of the globe. The sun never sete en its
limits, No continent ii without it, and
but few peoples, Although not in so
general use in other nations as in thi.J
it is employed,by the more intelligent iu
almost all civilized countries. It is ex
tensively employed iu both America
in Europe, Asia, 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 aviditv, Unlik moat
preparations of its kiud, it is an expen
sive composition of tosty material.
Still it is afforded to the public atv
reasonably low price, and what is of
vastly more impartance to them, ita
qua lityjis never suffered to decline from
its original standard (Tf excellence.
Every kettle of tbia mepicine, now
manufactured, is as good ss ever has
been make heretofore, or as we are capa
ble of making. No toil or cost is spar
ed, in maintaining it iu the best per
fection which it is possible to product.
Hence the patient who procures the
genuine 'Cherry Pectoral, can rely on
hating as good and article as has ever
been had by those who testify to its
cures.
By purching this cuse.I hsvejthe hope
of doing som good in the world, as well
a the satisfaction of believing'.lbat
much baa beeu done already.
Prepared by J. C. AYER, Practical
and Analytical Chemist, Lowell,
Mass,
Sold by GEO. B. WILL and E. A. BRAT
TON, McArthur, O.: J. Vorhes, Albany; R
Culow, Logan; Dr, J. H. C. Miller, Jackson
C. II., and by Dealer in Medicines every
where July 27.'55 4mo.l .
CHAS. A. M. DAMARIN fit Co
RECEIVED direct from New Orleans,
5 hhds fair to prime N. O. Sugar: .
20 - clarified do.
169 bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugut
54 bxs whit Hsvana, for candy and syr
ops ;
. 2337 bis N.O.Molases; '
75 do "St. James" choice sugar H, mo
- lasse; ,
100 do Common sugar H. molasses.
10 do Golden syrup;
65 Tea- Rice; ,
300 bags Rio and Jayt coffee;
Which, together with a Ml and completed
stock of. . 1
Woodwabe Buckets, tulaine washboards,
brooms, &c. ' I
Fan its & Nuts Figs, isms' almonds pe
cans, E. Walnuts, filberU;Brutilnuts; 6cc.
Spices 'Ground and anfround Ve
'alspices; cinnamon; clove); ginger; nutmegs:
Fish mackeral; dried beimig, codfish; ar-
aines: v
TeasA large stock of fresh imperial; Y:
Hysou; gunpowder and black tea: '
Tobacco Fives; eighn and pound plug of
good Virginia, Missouri and Kentucky brands
also, Getlge d Bro'a ehd other good brands
of ft twist tobacpo; f t
- DvE-arorra Indlgoi copperas madder and
alum: . f I
Sondbiet Soap; cwdlrt, tarch, chocolataj
Iajratus; super cafbouieof soda; epsom
We win mI it lh- rtgular Cincinnatti
wnoimaie prices;
C. Al nAJtAMtf ArfVv .
Portsmouth, Aprfli 1, 1854. - -
": HupLi iiooLU :
: 10,000 lb ot Wool Wanted.;
1WISH to boy all the' wool I can get, and
willpsy tfi hkhert narks! price.
KfT if, ir.Jtfi . . 1 C ABVATrt. -
..-j. m .-i . .
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