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The McArthur Democrat.
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TRIDAYVMARCn 21, 165(17"
Democratic Presidential Electors.
WILLIAM KKNNOJ.. of Belmont
AltX ANDER F. MILUB, of Boiler.
SirELDOS I. RKLLOGfl. of n&mlltnn.
HENRY F. 6EDAM. of Hamilton.
a.. KAVIU L'LAKK.of Motitffomery.
th. ISA AC B. THOMAS, of Dark.
th. EDWARD FOSTER, of William.
to. MICHAEL H. DAVIS, of Clermont. -
hh. WILLIAM CKOSSEN, of Werren.
8th. WILLIAM KERSHNER of Clerk. ' '
th. OF.OBOE E. 6ENEY, of 8enec.
10th. LEVI DUKOAN.of Jacknon.
11th. ALFRED McVEIOH.of Fairfield.
liith. JACOB SLYH.of FrinWUo.
IStb. JOHN T1FPT. cf Unron.
Hth. JOIINC, MYFRS.cf Ai-hland.
18 b. JOSEPH BURNS, of Conhocton.
Hth. JAMES M. OAYI.ORD of Morgan.
ITth. BENJAMIN F. SPRIGGS.of Noble.
lh. ALPHO.N80 HART, of Portuw.
10'h. BENRY II. DODGE, of Cnyhojra.
tOth. OFOROE G. OILLETT, of AshUbula,
ilL GE0RQE COOS, of Harrison.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
ton rni o tbi scntm coca. -RUFtJS
P. ItANIYEY. "
mabd o rrstto WOBII. '
OBXiHioNtB or ooimoi ecsooi,
II. II. BARRET.
- -My connection, a editor'V proprietor of
orknieii in consent employ, and ell'lfirJ
promptly filled. Call at the old sluiul ol
W. &i A. J. Dunl.le, opiosiie.J. K. &D
TVill, lelore purchasira clothing elsewhe
' J.N. M(LAUUHL1N.-
McArthur. 0. : Nov. 15th, '&&. 4m
thi pocition I do not IntenJ to forsake. In
conclusion on thi subject, fellow Demo-
cram, ' let ma earnestly urge tht you b
wake to tli best interests of your right
and privilege frcCmen ! Bear in mind
that tbcee eecret politic! ocielies.Vhich
have been attempting te govern you, by lay
ing their plan in their midnight oath-bound
den, without coniulting you, are now like
the poisonou serpent that ha attempted to
fasten hi fang on your vital, laying in it-
ftatti, cowardly iilenct in tlieir own elime,
surrounded by the noxious and corrupt va
por of their midnight den, engeidering
new vtnom for a freeh attack the coming
fall . . . .
I Teel assured that Bro. Ptabce will use
his utmost endeavor to repel the attack of
tbit political monater of our gloriou Repub
lic; and in order that he may be well sus
tained, and that the Dmocral may be an
organ that we may all be proud of, it i es
sential that w hould all extend to the pre
a cordial and harmoniou support.
E. A. BRATTON.
It will be een by the above, that we have
become proprietor of the Vcmocrtt. We
have assumed thi position with many mis
giving, knowing, from past experience the
numerous difficulties, pecuniary and other
wise, we shall have to encounter and over-
come in order to maintain a respectable po
sition before the people and lecure their good
will and support. . .
Beleiving that the principles of the tern
ocratic party, if carried out, are best calcu
lated to secure the blessing bequeathed to
ut by the father of the Republic, we shall
exert our humble abilities towards inculca
ting those principles and advocating the
policy of that party. Such being our poi
tion we must necessarily depend, in a' great
measure, upon the patronage of the Democ
racy of Vinton for our support, and we have
too htgh an opinion of their real for the
cause, to luppose that they will suffer their
organ to go unsustained.
We have already received words of en
rouragement from many newly-made friends
for all of which we are truly grateful,' and,
as a heavy expense hoe been incurred in re
furnishing the office with printing material,
we trust to receive shortly evidence of good
will in a more substantial form. Several
hundred new subscribers advance paying
ones mirht be sent in without endan s-erinrr
the existence of the Democrat In the least.
aving tried the experiment of publishing
tV Reaper to our heart's content oml,
calculated, for fr-Jhe emptiness of
poced to cuutaiu . Iron Ore. it iui
Gov Cobb thus disposes
'Jn tie Kansas bill if was provided
that this vexed question of slavery
should be left where the blood of tho
revolution put it ; whero the" consti
tution leaves it: where the great prin
ciple ol self-government leaves it to
be decided by the. pooplo of Kansas,
subject only to the constitution of the
United States. . That bill declares, 'it
being the true intent and meaning of
this act not to legislate, slavery into
any territory or state, not to exclude
it therefrom, but to leave the people
thereof free to form and regulate their
domestic, institutions in their own
way, 6tilicct only to the constitution
oftho United States.' Is not this
provisjon oftho Kansas law in strict
conformity to tho principles which 1
have been advocating before yon T
Are not the people of that territory
better capable ot deeidiner that Ques
tion for themselves than either yon or
the people 'of Georgia, or 'any other
state, for them I It they want slave
ry, you have no right to prevent it; if
tiiey want to ezclnue it. the people ol
Georgia have no right to force it upon
tlit nu Give to them the samo right.
which vou exercise, and when their
decision is pronounced, let the people
ot all the states abido by that decision
just as wo nowbido the decision made
vj the respective stutes.
.The people who have cone, or may
hereafter go to Kansas tomako it their
uome, are just as Jioncst and witelli
gent, and as capable of self covcrn
ment, as ftioy wore before
they went there. . They need no
advisors, or counselors, or guardians
and had it not been for the organized
interineuuling oi outsiders, whose con
sciences were .' more deeply moved
about other people's sins - than their
own, they would . liavo quietly and
peacably decided this question in their
own way, conlortuably to tlieir own
wishes and interests, under tho or
ganic law of tho territory. When
the people of Kansas shall have bo
decided. 1 am prepared to carry out
their decisiou, whatever it maybe;
and shall vote for her admission when
ever 6ho applies with a sufficient pop
ulation, and presents a constitution
republican in its form, and fairly rep
resenting the sentiments of her people;
and tho fact of her applying as a tree
or slave state fchall not influence my
iie-iiovni wo I'l iijommv ie uv
The Measures of the Fusion Legislature.
; - - ', .
1, The lloub passed Mr. Monroe's
bill yesterday, morning, ptirpprtintj to
amend the habeas corpus law. This
bill really nullifies) the rgitive slave
law in Ohio, and i3 only 1 calculated
if lully enforced, to lead to bloody .col
lision between the United States au
thorities and those of our State. It
is most seriously calculated, if not de
signed, to divide the people of Ohio,
into parties of unionists and disunion
ists compelling them , daily to
choose which they will and will not
support, the State government. These
and other grave objections to the bill
we shall freely maintain in good time.
2. Dr. Flowers' till to deprive
Germans -and Irishmen and Welsh
men, and Frenchmen, and English
men of rights of naturalization in our
3. Mr. Cadwell's position, shared
by a majority of the fusion Legisla
ture, and they dared te enact it, with
a law that negroes snail navo tne
right of suffrage and eligibility to of
4. Senator Brown'a bill nullifying
the fugitive slave law again, under
the transparent pretence in its title
of abulishibg slavery in tho State of
Ohio. Ueaven save the weak and the
gel-lorious ordinance of '87 1 1
5.- Mr. Kellej's for piratically tax
ing rich men 5 per ct. lees than poor
CC. Mr. Kelley'a bill for exempting
from equal taxation thosewhose wealth
is held in the shape of State and bank
This does not conclude the precious
catalogne. We shall cotinue it in fu
ture. Over such measures as these
has the timo of the present session
been expended. It was elected as a
reform Legislature We ask the
people soberly aud candidly, have you
yet felt, and can you yet foresee the
rciier promised you by tms party so
freely tn tho last two campaigns .in
A Word of Aliens.
A bill has been introduced into the
Ohio Lcgislaturo, taking away from
State Courts tho naturalization of
Foreigners. The , Black- Republican
Know NothiDi? partvi who now havo
tho power, will, no doubt, pass the
act be ore the close of the present
sion, as it is ono oi a0 h'j
Schemes. Should 'v "satisfaction is
a law, it will ,Aif. .n
A Word of Aliens. The Legislature.
v We publish a pretty full synopsis of
Legislative doings this week, yet we
apprehend Onr readers will search in
vain for tho promised rtforrnt of Fus
srotiism ,- . . r ,
Ii is tm the St riate has passed a
tax bill but such a bilV Instead of
afjrding relief to the tax-ridden Far
mer, it wiU'omy odd to his burthens.
It violates the Constitution' of 'onr
sttxiks, owned by nabob speculators
tells the lordly Banker that he shall
be taxed only on his Profits, whilst
it compels the Farmer, Mechanic, 4c,
to pay tax on 'every dollar's worth of
J . .. TT
property iney posaess. rv e preutc
ted tliis result before the election.
A change, howover, wes efl'ccted and
now tlia psoplo aro reapiug their
We see tho Senate has ordered the
engrossment of a bill so extraordinary
in its character that it will not fail to
startle the people every where. It is
an act that requires the payment of
taxes -TWICE a year ono half in
December und tho other half in Jnne.
The Statesman properly designates.it
as 'a monstrous scheme of legal non
sense' This bill requires '.the tax-payer
to visit the county seat twice a
year it will increase the fees of the
County Auditor and Treasurer, and
as a consequence only incieao tho
burthens which now oppress the peo
ple. We apprehend that the black
Republican Legislature have already
discovered that they will bo compelled
to incitase tho taxes and are enacting
this ridiculous nieasuro in order to
deal them out to the people in 'broken
doses,' hoping thereby to make them
more palatable. Veritably,the reform
ers art moving I ; ' '
The Sakrica of State' are not vet
reduced, nor will they be. - Two
months and a half has been spent ,and
we defy any opponent ot the Lemoc
ratio party to point out ft siugle act
of a general nature, passed by this
Fusion Black Reynblican- Ittform
Legislature, that ia not calculated to
oppres3,rther than relievo, tho honest
the Convention and the Platform.
ilmi The Convention which has just clo
sed its labors, was one of the most
harmonious, able and patriotic, ever
1.. .1. 1:1 ,! .
alogue. ' .. tie ucuucTitiiuiiB were
1 he Magazine c o n i t
Putnam's Monthly, Harper'
Knickerbocker's Magazine, Godey't
the Convention and the Platform. Later from California---Arrival of the
NEW ORLEALS, March 13.
Tho Prometheus arrived vith datet
from San Jif an tp to tbo 5th instant,
and from San Francisco tip to the 20th
ofFebrunry. ' - '
Ihe northern Light left on the 5th
for New York with $300,000 injtrea-
i Tho markets nave slightly iraprov
ed..Tbo mines yiuld largely.
A shock of an earthquake was felt
at San Francisco on the 15th; (Jam-
sge slight. It was lolt throughout the
State. '- - :r?"m
There ia treat indicnation about the
appointment of McCuffie, a profess
ional gambler aa marshal or tnenortn'
em District. - It is supposed to te an
accident, tho President being impos
ed upon. Strong petitions for Lis re
raoval are being signed.: . .'
Oregon and Wf shington" Territo- .
ries aro still troubled y '. Indians.
Tho question of the Stato Government
ot' Oregon, is to go to, tho people at a
spccialelection in April.' : I
(jknikal America. Y aikcr seiica
on the boats of tho transit company,
and annulled the charter granted to
It is said Losta Kica has not receiv
ed Colonel Schlessinger. lie is op-
jiobou to tne ioreign party. . . , . .
NiOARAorA. Kinney published a
letter in substantiation , ot the claim
on Ceatral America. ',' . '
The schooner Page arrived at San
Francisco from Japan.
Jeddo was destroyed by an earth
quake on the the 11th ofNovcrober.
100,000 houses were destroyed, and
30,000 lives lost.
The steamer Texas, from Vera Crnx "
arrived, with dates to the 8th.' Tarn
area is still at Pnebla. 800 govern
ment troops are expected.".' The Con '
grees elected Commonforts Pesident
for one year. 200 men left by the
Webster Yesterday . for San Joan, to
join Walker, including Col. French.
The Sandusky Register (Repnlli
can) has given to the world the follow
ing solution '6 the startling event that
occurred at tho Know Nothing Con
vention, at Philadelphia: ' '
Many explanations have Deen given
ios mankind, ir ii to the nom
be toijrely published uu- -Awlde--ly
known. The afflicted should knew
it. A remedy thai tur.ee,. i prietl
to them. Parrnt (houid kuowit, lhu
HUM LOOKS! I "
Till II II
i a ii
X-V tin county, thut lie liug jubt received b
' new stock ol Looks fciul tteliLi.nry, tinbiblia
in pert ol
k A.ilL' lMlSLiS, at i rice frcm il 60 to
MIH.GD1S1 HYMN BOOKS.
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Life ol V. T. Baksih. ;
lit Ai Eio.st's llihtoiy of the ltcl'ormBiiun,
' CL'ti M..N'S BOOK Ot lvAowLiiJUS.
. Ki.nallo Kinai.iiia, d Koitmiue.
Haie's Hiiitoi i t the L'uiied State,
" tiinisliuw e liit-ioiv ol the Lulled States.
Unlit ut 1 vii.c, u Moiul Tule,
MAiJNlC WriKS. '
Hie Criiiis'iiiuu, the Ldt ol the Temple
and Aleluiiiies lor lut libit, cuiiiuiiniig un
excellent K'ieuiioii ol i-.uuiittniU Otieb' uiiu-
blelorevr onatiou.; .
. ; ' SOiU JJUOIiS.
He Aii.eiiuiu Sunnier, Parlor Songstei,
tine el tun, fcuiib ol . Old lrelunil, i.Sej,ro
kion, iiiiU u vmiriy ol olLer Song lkus.
Moral ut. o Ji.bin.i iie noiy Loo Kb lorcliil
. Oren.l ttioimi loj fookb tor iliilitrvu.ol every
- ,1 . -ilLAMvl LOOKS. . i
iusiins' LocKeis. Lefcis tnul Uay Book,
.' bound in leuii.er uuii i.mi tnuiii, wail aue.
' Best Csp 1 er, llloe 1 obt Let til Pber,
. Cii.ii.cienii 2i el'Kt. biiiliijer, alto ink,
Uuii, bitel lint-, bi!itil iioie-fc, lnUibiiiJS,
-bl-rn. Wtiiii.g bund, faiiu aiiiuouaiy ol
vry kind.' nil ol v. Im.lt will le toltliit (U l
lut liuie-;. lui ibtii. Jaii.3 L "1)6. tf
t V- I" Aklst' WKUld retLectfully
, JL kiiuoui.ie iu u.eimai.hol Viiiiou couu
. ty,ihaihe will be hib UooiiiS at t);e We
UruheRibt iu AicAitliur.' on lueKluj im
eUneida), tie ilUi suit iiih 'ol l-euiuary,
. V.uli vi ii i t Lit ibbt Mali unut X.d titxt.
ll.wt ih.Kitu vtitti tLe ioliouii i.irttt
.tultl (io veil locull u l.e UiBls ii.t'ui With
fcutttts Uyei ii tia Ketiii.fciinii Livej-touiul
ftiut ki inul oi'Cuie fcerolulu ristulu t'untcr
alters t iit-s tluouic L-itril ea cvc. Parm ulai
' aittutioii fciuii to the ticbiuient ol U ieut.e oj
U ihioal ai.d lt.ii(,s I) ft.iuiikieil li.U a.
; ivt;i i toiistiilfetibu the. ' : ' ,
IhJb'j 15, leciti. 4w. ' ;
IBfc, A1LS AiND STEEL. ;
W.4L JaJJ4II' I'- I I-. . i a
I I II I I II II r'cu "am
Atttiw lam. iSiivmv Ail llui. . i r fn
Tauti Mteu tuvauU vitaigU tsaiU,
IVOO Lb. 4Urii, louuil , auu ottnuoil
iJjN'iSU; CAWiL'LLl & CO
Juiya.ia,3 , , , r;lt ;
t N Cf;L CCCC& Si. CCCEKlEir-
$l have jual itcenea a new stit.pU q Wall
b UrtBmiLtitm;il(eittfgeit iot mr
routhtto WcAithur. 6 ,ul."er
jBSyt.SACCO s, &t.;)Ul l,in,jmij
Wm,' Martin, pu the West; Mr. Land
man, On the Estt, end Geo. Craig, Esq.,
uo the South, who can gite ail necessa
ry information in regard to it.
,.Two othih Love, in Richland Tp.,
lying 6 mile Weit of McArthur, near
the Cbillicolhe road; one lot adjoining
Mr. Crow, on West, and Mr. McKee, on
the South,' who will give informs tion
reflecting it. The other Lot lie South
and adjoining the road, and South ol
Mr. Hawk s, snd INorth of A. Moore s
This Lot lies fine for cultivtiion aud I.
well timbered; each contain feO acres.
One Lot, ia Harrison Tp., to Section
34, adjoins L. Wintgarnei.on it South;
be -will give any information in regarp
tot t. Ihi Lot also lies well, ipd is
excellent Laud. '
Alto, One Lot, containing VQ srrea
oue of 60 acres, and one of 40 acres,
ikit of which adjoins the lend of Mr
W ingrnr,ou the wateis of Salt Creek
in Hurribun low nhip. ' .
The above is good Land: Mr. Johc
tloik will show ii to any jerson desir
log to purchase. ' - '
Also, bU ecie in ferry tp., Hocking
couuty, Ohio, withiu 2 mile of Beuna
Vista; u ith 6 acre cleared.
For Terms, &c, apply to E. A, Brat
ton, McArthur, Ohio, t( ddres th tin
Uerbiguedat Beverly, Ohio.
Januarv 3. 1650 tf
l; AkblAJs & f O'l !tt. fvotiie U hiie-
ly j.ifii that Pete i fcUatuUiuli, Uuar-
ilian of Mulindg, 'Abraham and Callieriu.
buav, bbaueJli,.iiui filed hi accounts d vou
clii-iS lor u padiul tettlf ii.ent ol his aeeuui.t
hi bucU bun id it 11, turn Hist the tame win b
I'ubeU u;ou oil U.e xzil (lay; 11 Ueeember
ov.ao,,o?. -3wv ,i - : . .. . :
il.e.otiiv leiiaule woik el- the kind in t
lotW. An invaluable asHbtunt tu the Edt
lor, i!uok Publithtr and uenerui Advettlsei
Lctiulilully piibted ou fine white paper, oc'
lvotii.e. ) his took wiil be promptly sen"
to buy i ait ol li e country en the receipt p
lUKtE dollars, addressed to . ...
. . LAY Si bKOTHtlt,
Ko. 73 South Eouttli St., above Walnut,
T E fcubscribcr lioving leased the above
4. ylloube, tfurmerly the United Suites Ho
lei,) rU lievmK inaite a eernpli'te rmiuvaiion
uiiliie-luiul-lifcei llif hotite v illi new Fimutuie
itiioughout, reflectively invites the traveling
i.ubiu: to gte mui a- u..' : :i t
II 10 1 AdLIj . .
Will alwat's't'britahi tile beel' that the market
hoiei, biiU uo uieeiig it ill be ii.Bred to it.ake
It- wn.!on.ble.- JOHN T.OW.
i i I i -u M -
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-' i-' - lmrejten-'f,iand Dealers mt
HARDW AKfc ANPiCUTLW,
SICiVOFTHE ffl rROAT SY
' PORTSMOUTH. 01110.;. "
UiSwill duplicate bi la wnh nv reKulai
cobbing House iu the West. Cour.tr iWr-
ihante, larnace prujirietors, initio d. coiitraci
jors, sua others, wjllfiutterve liieuiuteiests bt
.. it - .
u iim tail. .
ties, that he hat fl it no nattter
complete stock of fall end winter goods,
selected from the best foreign ud do
mestic fabrics, which 'he t will sell at
wholesale and retail price, lower than
any ever ollered in this part of the coun
try, He ha also a full and complete
assortment of furnishing goods of sll
discripiion and quality. Also on com
mission a splendid let of woolen under
shins and drawers, which h wil
whole sale at New York prices; he re
rains from puffing or praising. Ca
nd se for yourselves.and be convince
hat jou will make money by purcha
ing at the Thoenix Block; don't lorge
he place, 2 c'oors west of Fallertou'
Id stsndou Water Street,
A few first rate pant and vest makers
wanted, to whom the highest prices
will be paid- oct. 18th'u&--4m
-It. LLOYD -CO.. -
Wholesale boot & shoe Warehouse
ao, I. liifkf jt bhiik, From Slmi,
HAVE iu si received their extensive Fall
Stock, coiiMbtingofall the latest styles
and fashions. Our stuck having been pur
chased direct from the manufacturers, prin
cipally for cash, with great care in the se
lection of quality and sizes adopted to the
Western trade, we are enabled to effer su
perior inducements this Fail-, anil are deter
mined not to he undersold bv anv rppnlnr
house either in New York, philacVlphia or
In addition to our extensive stock of Boots
and Shoes will be found a I arte and well se
lected slock of
HATS 3. I CAPS.
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade.
Merchanls and Furnace Owners vmtine our
city arc invited to.call and examine for Uieni
To Tut Lames. We are now manufactur
ing superior article of laidies and Mibses'
Gaiters' Buskius and Slinners. Haviup iro
cured some of the best workmen in the VVest.
we are prepared to Supply those who want
Leather. One Thourand lbs, F-d Sole
Leatlrei,12.00 lbs, No. 1. White Sole Leather.
3C dozen French calf Skins, 25 dozen Craw-
fords Akitis, 10 dozen hip Skins. Upper
leather and Shoe Findings alwavs on hand
and for sale at the lowest market "price.
jai.iiorj zv. ica4 . 1 y. '
.. fCCLffEV'S ERIES CCrV.PLEE.'
TELLERS' FirstJ Second. TH rd Fourth
Kj and Fifth Keudeig. TI.eHeuiau's Young
Laiiiec Headers. ' ' '
j I'li.io s I'liinary Granuncr, 1
" ' Itglirh'ltiiilitr,'
Ray's Airihurutic, 1'urls Fi rst. fecond aiiu
Tl.no, LVt'sAlfeibia, Furls Fust ai;d fcticnd
McGufley Elt-i lie J'
- 'I he Elementary Kptl'ier. " i. .' , ,'; '
VNebhter'" school Lictionary. : ' ,, ,,
Mitcher'FnmaryUtct:rai)hy.' . '
Mittliel e large school Geography, latest
eiliiiou. . . , , i
Copy Book, Slates, - Pencels end all kinds
oi Hnupiiary lor scliools! tor sale at , . ,
.0 V. f a. r ... i t K fcliATTfix'S
M'HOLESALC UMOCUKS '
AM 1 E A'l E 8 IU PODUCkE.
vu, Jinn oiasET.
PORTSMO lTH, OHIO.
tnvnirf VO, r4. fj ' - - -
..- .-n and Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipe, cf c, at the Cheap Notion
Store next to the Valley Bank, Second
Street. R, DAVISON.
Ciiillicothi, 0., March 3, 1S55.
E. A. BRATTON.
MAJN STKEET, JSlcAUTHUtt, 0.
KEEP constanlly on hand the following
Genuine and Fonular Mediciues:
Seller's Liver Fill, Dr. Lee's Fill.
Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Jones McL's do.
Seller' Imp'l C. S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N. B. Linin.tnt
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's lust. Relitl do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon' Kalhaiion, Vegetable Hair Oil,
Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Cologne.
Castor Oil, Sweet Oil,
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicamentum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, ButesmansLiops.
Sloan's Condition Powder; and Essences ol
all kinds. All ol the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, and war
ranted to be genuine.
April 6, 1855. 1f
J. 1. ii D. WiLL
A EE now receiving end ojning the larg
est and best (elected stock ol
ALL . D WIME (MS .
er brought to this market. lli senior
artuet having smil coiitiili table tin.e iu the
cities of Baltimore,' Philadelphia, New York
and Boston iu .selecting and purchasing, end
having paid caielul atientiou to the latest
styles and most improved pu terns of alt ar
ticles ot dress goods and. wearing apparel,
they are confident their stock cannot be sur
passed, either in magnitude or variety ol
soles by any in this country. It conaists
j.art as follows: Ladies' Dress Goods, and
shaw ls ol every variety and style; tlollis,
Cassimercs and Tweeds of all kinds; Heady
Made Clolhilig of pvery description, for men
aud boys; an extensive assortment of Hats,
Caps, liog Is and Shoes; Hardware, Queens-
ware, a very lare siock oi urocenes, wall
and Window Paper, and a complete assort
ment ol Notions, Trimmings, 4c. Iu short
iheir stock is complete iu every department,
and w ill positively be sold at the lowest pri
ces. Produce of all kinds wanted. -
sept. 13 tf. - . :
jHAV E just leceived a good stock ot New
. Goods, suitable for '.lie reason, wnich 1
will sell low for Oath; consisting in part, ol
CLOTHS, CASHMERES.. SATJNETTS,
MEK1NOS, DELA1NS, ALPACAS,
COBERGS, CALICOES, 6c, &. t
Boots', Shoes, Hats, Caps, Fresh Groceries,
' -c., f-c, ftC., f.j
i Flour, WbeaL Com, Potatoes, d-c, taken
in exchange tor Goods. . E. A. deattos.
STEIN & BROTHER,
Manufacturer! and IVholaalt dtaltn in
No.' 316 BALTIMORE STREET, ,
etween Howard and Liberty-sts
July 8.'53. ly. . ; -
OKU, o f 'rter v
dy's Book, Dickens' Household Works,
Graham's ATagazine, Blackwood Mags
tin. Litteli'a Living Age (Weekly),
one year, nd two ticket lor o
No person is retracted to s feinglr
share. Those taking Ce memberafyps
r entitled to any il of the Magaziues,
one year, aud to njf ltcAU iu th di.
Person ia re milting fuud for mem
bership, will pleas give their Post
Office address, in ull.staiing the mouil.
t Ley wish the magazine to commence,
aud register the letter at the Fosi-Ollice,
io prevrut loss;ou the receipt of which,
a cejlihcut of mesbcrship, togethei
with the Magazine desired, will be for
warded io any part of lb country.
For membership, address, .
C. L. LEKBY, Actuaiit, C. A..A.
At F.AiiEkr Orxicz, 348 ttrodnay, Iu'ew
York; or, Westebk Orrics, 106. Waif
r etirvt, Sandusky, 0.
Wilson, Cliilds k Co.,
( 6'ncc) io Ilumptun, Wilton cj- Co.,)
Wholesale Dealers in
FOKT(CN Sl DCrVlESTIC DRY-GCCD8
Ao, ii V ccd k M lhiid Streets,
PllTSBU G. r.,
ARE now opening a very com nleie assort
ment of Dry Goods, and by the first
September will be able tu exhibit a very at.
tractite stock. They respecllully invite an
early call Irom all engaged in the trade.
Uasliinlon tuioii liisu-
Office iu Louse ' Btork, corner Supcrior-St
mill liiblic iquure,
C LEV ELAIND, OHIO.
riMUSwel) k nnwn Hove Company is pre
X pured, as usual, to take risks on the sa
fer classes of Proierty. Their means are
ample, and their rates are as reasonable as
those of any sound Company.
(XT Nsr-C,AL HAZARDOUS OR
- 1EAM RlSlvS TAKEN. JCT
D. B. Dunham, President, ' '
Geo. Mygalt, Vice President ' and
. i .: , i Treasurer, "
. O.- N. Skeels, Secretary,1 '
. Geo. R. Seuief, General Agfr. ''
DIRECTORS: ' '
George Mygatt, Cleveland,' ' '
. F. T. Backus, - ; do. ' 1
A. S, Sttudlbrd, : -. do. -
Jacob Perkins,. . doJ .-.)
Benjamin Norlhrup.do.j .. ' :
Geo. B. Senter, dp. (. !
O. N. Skeels, do. '
V. B. Dunham, ! io. ' '
p. W.Cook,. . do. i . !
Timothy Baker, Norwaif; ;
John Clark, Brunswick... ' i
J. P. Robinson, Bedford 'l ' ' '
; . W.M. Powell. Cleveland, (Westeide;)
uly20'55 6m . . . . McA f tttrr-Oliio.
BLAfliK DEEDS, BLAN'KHlORTG AGE
an ii lilankt rtijuircl undtr the Jus
lie' Code,for,Ju$titta(thtPtaU. art con
ktpt on hayd undforiult jit lhi Ojfict,
TJ. law books
JUST received a few CbpiesofSnangTrea
. : u V IT j : . : r . . .... .
Editioa.for Joilices'of the jpeact
childreir ai pr.icttcs tu them.' Alt
should kouw ii, lor hraliU cau kc.pricei
to noun. Not only should il b cir
culated hece, but tiy where, uot uly
in this country, but iu U oulrie.-w
How faithfully w hav acted ou this
conviction, is thottu iu tli j.tl that
aheady this ariicl has mude Hi circles
of the glob. T'le sun net er fci ua ill
limiit. No contiueiii i witbuul it.tti
bui tew peoples, A I hough uot ia m
general us iu oilier n.Uui.s as in this,
it is employed by th Oiuie intelligent iu
elmost ill civilized countries. It is x
tenily tin ployed in both iiiiic
in Europe, A. is, Africa, Austiaiii aui
the far off island of the tea. Lit i
a dear tu it pwtses.ur tbei ts here,
aud thty gtasp tl, I valuble remedy
with ivon inor avidity. Unlit ujosi
preperation of it kiud, it is q expo
sive composition of ccty material.
Still it is afforded to the public ai a
leafonably low price, aud 11I111.11 ef
vastly more impattaucf iv ibem.yii
quality is uetei eufiered lo decline flu
it original tieiidard of txclleuce.
Every bottle of this mepiciu, at
mauulaclured, is ts good at ttr IA
eeu make lieietofore.or a a are capa
ble of making, j" No toil ot cost 1 .pil
ed, in ma'.uiainiug it in' the Lest per
fection which il i possible to produce.
Hence the patient ho ' procures ! flie
genuine Cherry Pectorel. cau rely '.a
bating good ami article at' lies 'iter
been bad by thus Htiu testify, to iu
cure. . 'JJJ.
By purching thi cusf ,1 h lh hop
o duiug som good in the woild.asjrell
S the Eal'.slaciiou. of : : belieViua lfct
much ha beeu don already " -frtpartd
by J.C. A fVH, ; Practicil
and Analytical C7imif, Limtll,
Sold by GEO. B. WILL and K. A. BRAT
TON, McArthur, 0.; J. Vorbes, Albny; R
Culow, Loaii; Dr, J.'llr C. Milter, iuckson
C. H., and by Dealers 111 Medicine every
where. I July 7,'&5 Juio.L.
IF 1UU CALL VUU WlLLByr.':
MAIN STREET. McARTHUK, OHIO,
Dealer in oil kinds of
DRY GOODS GROCERIES. HARD.
WARE. QUEENSWaRE, -HAT8
APS, BONNETS,; HOOTS d
" LOTHiNG, IRON 6r , n
NAILS, &c. Also,;.;' X
' 1 ' ' Auent for
LOUDON Co's. POPULAR' FAMILY
IS just receiving lroin Cincinnati, ou of the
1 Largest a.id best selected aiock of . Nr,
..'Wilouable ami . ,-v
CHEAP GOODS ;
Ever brought to McArthur, expressly for tbe
Wihief trade, which be is deiermiued to sell
on the most reasonable terms.
1 1 Just call and see my -New Good before
purchasing ej sew lie re. ' .
. Bring .ioug'y our Produce, for in the way
o( Banet he win give you Osgood bergaiusu
though jou brought the Cash. . .
Novemlier 17, Jb54. l6t. c. ly. .
'0T1CE. 1 have received a lot of 5 bun
l dies FRUIT 3RELS in mv Yl.rehoua,
-n. addressed to T. MAK'iJN,McAr-
x thur'.Viutoii toUuiy, Ohio. Tueif
L owner is reouestul to m , hru
owner is reu nested 10 vuv hi.ru
lts,0(i !! "l-tm wj. It. SMALT,