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RAILROAD TIME TABLES. SCIOTO AND HOCKING VILLEY RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. ON tnd after Friday, 1st of June, IS55, Train will run as follows, to wit: Train No. I will leave Portsmouth at 9 'clock A. M. and strive tt Jacksou at 12 O'clock M. Returning leave Jackson at 1 1 'clock P. M. ami arrive at Portsmouth at 3 o'clock T. M. Traia No. 2 leave Jackson at7 oVloca A. 14. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock A. II. Returning leave Portsmouth at "J P. M. ana arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M. Trains atop only for passengers at the fol lowing stations, to wit: Sciotoville, Webster. Washington and Gallia Stations, Portland, Crow Roads and Irwin's Station. J. W. WEBB, Superintendent. June 15,'55. 2c-tf. COACH & RAILROAD LINE. COACH & RAILROAD LINE. E W SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ON AND AFTER liL lb55, a Daily Line ol Mail Coaches will run regularly between McAr thur and Dyer's Station; as follows : Leave Mc Arthur at & o'clock, A. M., pas sing through Hairiden6J, arrive at Byei's at 9 A . M. Returning, leave Byers' at 5, T. M., pas ting: throuith llamden 61, P. M.; arrive at HeArthur at 8, P. M,; connecting with the Marietta 6t Cincinnati K. K., to and Irom Cliillicothe. A Daily Coach will leave McArthur every morning for Albany, l'omeror, Athens, Hock ing Fort, Parkereburg and Marietta. June lst.'SS. tf. 11. T. IIOYT. Mi DAVIS, DBALEH Of CBT GOODS AMD OLOT1NO. "TXTOULD beg leave lo announce to his Vt numerous customers and the public ivnemllr. that he Is now in receipt of his tpiijag aud Summer Jooli at his .inM in ih pct nari nf his new block. On piviv III ' - ' ----- --. Water Street, Chillicothe. From the long experience De nas naci in ousincss. anu me no- ml n.t.nrmpA herp.tnfnrit extended to him nkii, ). nnhlfit hi in tn tmrrhnce pnodn for ea6h only, be flatters himself that he ran sell ill Roods at lower prices man ne nasevei lone before, and is confident that lie can com pete with any honest dealer west of the moun tains. His furnishing goods ate complete nJ nn (i nut mctnmpr to everv articli auu vui. ... vu. - - - - lequired. His clothing department cannot m excelled, as to neatness oi m, uurduuny iMtoMT nil ctronolh nfivwinir. HisPdodi uu o - n- o re selected by himself from the be6t European and Americau manufactories, with great can a .1,1 .1 and attention ana warrantee, au sound. These goods he will sell at ten per enl lover than any other man in the city of Chil licothe. Call and see for yourselves, and be anvinceu dj ocuiar ctemonsirauoii. COAL, COAL. TIT. S. He would also beg leave to announce To tne citizens oi uiiiiicome, monroe, burgh, Lexington, Martinsville and adjoin- too Innni that hit ha recnlnr line of boats v .., " - . . ' D - - running to the coal mines, and that he if seedy to contract lor good uocHing serene coal at market prices, and that he will deliv- ercoel to any of the above stations on the Beilroad by sending their orders by mail. He will a60 have s supply of Jackson and Kew Castle coal for Blacksmithing purposes e! ways on band. may 11 '55- 3mo. I. . SWETLAND D. C. COGSWELL BOOT & SHOE STORE, AND ttUUHUORY, SWETLAND & COGSWELL, Opposite the McArthur House, OETURN their sincere thanks to thei X numerous friends and customers, for the very liberal patronage extended to them sln the past season, and take pleasure in an nouncing that they are now receiving at their Boot and shoe Uepot the largest and best se lected Stock of Boots & Shoes Ever brought to McArthur; consisting jjj ia ftxi of y OENTLEMENS' BOOTS &l SHOPS. Bents. Buckskin Gaiters Gtnts.CongressGuit TS,Gents Fanct Shoes.Gents Oxford Fumns. Cents Enameled Nulifiers, Gents Enameled Congress Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather Kid Top Prince Albert's, Gents Patent Leather. Drab Cloth, Kid top, Prime, Albert's; Genu Jeney Buckskin Shoes, Gents Opera Slippers; together iith every variety of Fine and ioarse can sKin, iip anu Morocco Boots and Shoes. Also, Ladies Boots asd Shoes; Ladies Buskin Gaiter Boots, Ladies' enamel ed Jenny Lind's R.R., Ladies' Morocco Jen- vj tinu K, K., Ladies' Congress Gaiters, Ladies Fancr J.nn Lind Shoes. Ladies' en amelled Morocco Shoes. Ladies' Victoria Fancy Shoes Ladies' Fancy Top Boots, La dies' Fancy Buk ins, bronzed tops, Ladies' Jilue baits, Ladies Colored Sander s Gaiters. Also: Misses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid Boots and Gaiters, Misses Fancy colored -: i If! t . T. n i vioucib, musses enameiea r anry jjoois; ai60, Childrens' Boots and Shoes, Childrens' re If Treed. Shoea. Childrens' Fancr- shiw. T.hil. irens1 Fancy Gaiters, and every other variety cf Ladies', misses' and thild reus' wear, Fine uirj uoarse. We hate enr number of Workmen en wged, that is necessary, and ai e prepared to ii oraer ai tne shorten nonce. tQ-All of our Goods will be sold at uri e that will give satisfaction. Call and ex amine for yourselves JAMES McGILLIVMY, MAIN 8TREET, McXRTriUR, OHIO, uddle sxd mms Mmnmm, ' Cl AlkJcW8tndoppo.UJ.I.D. Will'i, I)FSFECT FULLY in is lorms bis numerout Customers and the public, senerallr hat be is now prepared to supply all demand ia the way of Suddlest Buggy, Coach, and Team Uarness;Coior, H'Aip and Spurt. end every other article connected with the Trade; all Manufactured out of -the best Ma terials, end br the best of Workmen. Call end examine Work and Prices, before jou purchase elsewhere. tOT HIDES, &c, taken in exchange for wore, ai me piguesi Aiarnet prices. J. K. AD. WILL, WBOIHALI AM BITAIL J SALES II DOT-GOODS, GROCERIES, UABDWARE, QUEENSWARE, HEADV-MADE CLOTHING, A'Ota C Ac, Main Street, McJbthur, Ohio, yl8,1o.l, ATTENTION, EVERYBODY. ffBMwr lb, paid for Eict, sndcatyiot i BUSINESS DIRECTORY FOR VINTON COUNTV OH1 li. P. HEWITT, Judge of Probata Court W.L. EDMISTON, Clerk Com. Pleas Court E. F. BINGHAM. Prosecuting Attorney. Wm. T1SUE, Sheriff. J . JOSEPH MAGEE, Auditor. H. PAYNE. Treasurer, JAMES MA LONE, Keiorder. NELSON RICHMOND, Surveyor. GEO. ULLOM, Coroner. County Commissioners, J. DOWD, J- KINNEY, & JOHN SWAIM, School Examiners, V. T. GUNNING, G. W. SHOCKEY and E. A. BRAXTON. I ROW With their FURNACES, Post Office Adresses. Cincinnati Fvbkace. Westfall, Stew art ! Co. Manufacturer of the best quality of Tig Iron, llamden. Reeds Mill P. 0. Eaoli Fuehace, Stanley, Bentley & Co. Manufacturers of the best quality of Pig Iron. Eagle Post Office. Viktor Furnace, Means, Clark & Co. Manufacturers of belt quality of Fig Iron, Vinton Furnce Post Office. Hahden Fcsrace, Frazee, Tarr &Co. Reed's Mill Post Office. Bio Sand Fubbace, Bartlett, Dna -Co., Manufacturers of the best quulity of Piglron. FostOfliceat Athens, 0. Merchant! or Vinton, who are Dealer In Brr GoocU Bordwart, Qneeniwan, Boot, Short, QroctrUs, etc. MlAhihub. John S. Hawk, J. K. 4 D Will, Tonilinfon & Co., Owen Dowd, E. A Bralton, J. 6tE. Dodge, Shades & Reynolds. Handkn. Beni. Dill, D. D. T. Hard, II. B. Moore, J. B. J- W. B. Willson, Wm. C. G lesson. Wilsesville. S. S. Mnrry, John Gillen. Cline & Gardner, Fellon & Lastley, James Bleakely. Carr & Strong. Alluisville. Peter Miller, Marcus Mil ler, Joseph Wilcox. Mt. I'leasaht. rhillip Sain. rBAmviLLE. Swepston & Swepston, Aikeh'b Mill. J. Bloer. Bibkhibmab's Mill. William Tisue. FURNITURE. BOO MS McAbthub. E. P. Bothwell. McArthur. G. B. Will. Hamlin. Davis & Collins. Wilkekvillk. Cline & Gardner. BOOT AND SHOE STORES. McABTHUB.-J.G.SvveUandTB. C. Cogswe E, F.BINGHAM Alio rncy at Law , McARTHUR, OHIO, Will practice in Vinton and adjoining coun ties. Office three doors West oi tne Fott Oflice. Feb. 9.1S52. 34 tf HILTON L. CLARK. ....... JOHN P, PLYLE CLARK AND PLYLEY, Attorneys al Law. I McARTHUR, OHIO. Will practice in partnership in Vinton Conn ty. Oflire, lour doors east of Sisson & Hul bert's Hotel. Eeb. 21. 1854. Iy9. E, A. BRAXTON, Attorney at Law, McARTHUR, OHIO. WILL practice in Vinton and ndjoining counties. Office, one door east of the Blue Corner." d. n. Joimo. (Sl CCEJSOR TO JOSEPH JOB U,) i i DEALER nr DIrdira), Thfolofital, Blank tnd Mluella hcouj Books, Stationery sod Vail Paper, PAINT STB SET, CHILLICOTHE, OHIO. Books received from the Eastern Mar ket at their earliest publication, or ordered when desired. Steam Caliinct Factory. J. II. WAIT, COBNEB OF JefFEBSON AND SECOND StBEETS, FORTSMOUTH, OHIO, C1ALLS the attention of the citizens of J Vinton and adioininc rnnntieit tn hi tn. jierior stock of AIIlCTlfeYARE. which he offers at wholesale or retail on reaa onaoie terms. Uive him a call. Orders attended to promptly, March 24,1854. ly STEIN & BROTHER. Hanufucturtrt and WhoUtaU dtahrt in r fa No. 316 BALTIMORE STREET. Between Howard and Lisertt-sti BALTIMORE. July 8.'53. ly. G.ViANDEnSON, FOBWABDING A5D C0X1IISSI05 BERCH1ST. CENTER WHEELING WHARVES WHEELING, VA., & BRIDGEPORT, Has large and extensive Ware Houses, and is prepared with every facility, to attend to all business, entrusted to his care, properly He forwards freight by Car loads or otherwise September VJ.lbOJ. 1 CUAS. A.M. DAMAB1V. LEWIS C, DAUABI. CHAS. A. M, DAMARIN & CO., ifiO OEALEBS III fgODUCE. No. 5, Fbont Stbeet, POKTSMOUTH, OHIO. January 20, Ife54. Iy. STRAW CUTTERS. Oi YANKEE Straw Cutters, from 17 to MJ 12 ; received stthe Gilt Anvil. PENNING, CAMPBELL & CO. , July 29. 1833. At FRATTS7ILLB, wish to purchase Hidts for wbicn tne oignest warset price will be given January 6,1635. tf. JOBWVniC.ofeverydeseriDtioa aestlyi DlUUJLJUJllil TO TUB HOOT AM) SHOE TKIDB R. BELL & GO., Wholesale Manufacturers and Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS, LEATHER, 6UOE FINDINGS, f e. No, 6, Enterprise Block, Front St., 1ORT3MOUT1I. OHIO. HAVE the pletsure of announcing to trie trade in general, that they are now fill ing their large shoe warehouse, with e more abundant stock than ever, diiect from tlie bands of the best manufacturers Last, and tlieii own workshops at home; consisting of a grea! variety of the best class of goods suited to the wants of this country tor the Fall Trade. All dealers at WHOLESALE are earnestly in vited to call before purchasing, and examine for themselves their extensive stock now on hand, and still coming; in, as they feel assured of their ability to please in quality and price. Their la reel v increased trade a noma one ev idence of Ue favor with which their anannar of doing business has been meivnl, and whi'e ther testify to the liberality of their patrons and friends, they reiterate the assurance that they will spare no pains to render entire sat isfaction. Their s'.ock is large, manufactured mostly in their own shops, ana by contract to their order. Their facilities for doing a lar;e business are abundantly ample, the; sell only at wholesale, have but qmb price, and will warrant all their goods as they rep resent them. An exauunetmu or then sooUs and prices, is resnectiutiy sol ic lea. September ii, lew. Jino. Uuckcye lllock, No. 1, Front Street DISSOLUTION, riHU ro-partneiship heretofore existing JL xetneen (he suDscnbers, under me uiui of Oakts & Buskirk, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. F. J. Oakes bavins sold his entire interest to Messrs. George & Chas. 11. Davis, all claims will be tettled.and debts collected by Buokirk & Davis, our successors. F. J. OAKES, A. W. BUSKIRK. A.W. SUaSIBR, OEO. BAVIS, CHAS. R. DAVIS. Ill SHIRK DAVIS, (Successor of Oakes & Buskirk.) WHOLESALE GROCERS ATO PRODUCE DEALERS, Bnfkeye Bloek, Front Strrrt. PORTSMOVTH, 0. January 19, 1854,,-tf. IP YOU CAL YOU YIL BUY. JOHN S. HAWK. MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO, Prilrr la all kinds of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BARD WARE, QUEENSWARE, HATS, APS, BONNETS, BOOTS f SHOES, READY-MADS, LOTHING, IRON & f IS AILS, &c. Also,; Agent for LOUDON & Co's. POPULAR FAMILY MEDICINES. IS just receiving from Cincinnati, oie of the Largest a, id best selected stocks of New, Fashionable and ' CHEAP GOODS Ever bronchi to McArthur. expressly for the Winter trade, which he is determined to sell on the most reasonable terms. Just rail and see my New Goods before purchasing elsewhere. BriiiB along your Produce, for In the wav of Barter he will give you as good bargains as mougn you Drougni ineasn. Piovemher 17, 1B54. 1st, c. ly. A PuMic Imitation. H1CK0CK k Bro., HAVING just opened a Wholesale and Retail II A 1' Vl-flftf in P.in...l. v..u,li,uwilluuill, on Front Street, between Market and Jeffer son, mey invite au to call and examine their stock of wllau and Caps, Straw Good, TrnaUf li Tallscs, Carpet tags. Umbrellas It., U OP ETERT Iir-SCRIPTIOS. Purchasers can at all tim. find .1 nn tablishment a full and Of the richest and tnnat itMirahlit ilrUa ai well as the most common fabrics. Our long experience in the business, and knowlrdge of manufacturing, with the facilities for purcha sing, are such that we are confident we can kii low er man any omer House in tM West. FUR8 of all kinds wanted, for which the highest pilces will be paid. ' rorisinoutn, ftovember 4, 1853. If S. II. HOLMES. (Successor to Smith and Holmes.) MANCFACTL'RIkS OF i Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper fans,' ALSO DEALEES, WHOLESALE RETAIL, TV Stottf, Grattt. & IMow Wan, MARKET STREET, EAST SIDE. PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. April 1554 ly. Hardware. LIFrENCXJTTS Axes, warranted 30 days or the money refunded. Hatchtts war- inicJ t;ii... - it 1 . '""""i iHicwui nanasawa warranted, Door Locks, Thumb La tclies, Bntta, Screws, .....c, B.nuuuiiMg irons, curry uombs, Horse Brtishe., Files, Rasps, in shot every thing in the Hardware line, at UKATTOWS. IRON, NAILS AND STEEL. lOOOOSS"1'"" aOO Lbs. Norway Nail Rod. 00 Kegs assorted cut and wrought Nails. 3000 Lbs. souare. rmmrt SteeL Just received st the Gilt Anvil JuIy29,,S,&Q'CA1,rmL&CO tg& DRs DUN LAP 1 CO Office, McArthur House. - v v 1. X'AVX, OHIO. Feb. II. 185, ly. ARTISC'S MATERIALS. OF twrj description furnished at short or ders and fair nrirea A . 1- .. Paints and Bruges for Portrait Landscape Painters, Toy Paints and Best Water Colore ,Q'... "HUTEMORE, may!8, 55. Second sL, Chillicothe, 0 - lYew Books. A ND other Goods In hi. li x. are received by Express almost every week from Boston, New York, and the Cities of the West, by J. R. WH1TTEM0RE. mayl8,'55. Second SWChillicothe. 0. J. R. WH1TTEM0RP HAS now an assortment pf Wall Paper, Borders, Window Curtains, nit Kim Screens, that can bardlv be surpassed ia the West. Prices low, Wo. I Union Block, . tft,, tiUiectt,CSip ,000 n GIFTS FOR TOE PEOPLE! CAPITAL Cll'X AKT-VXiVX, COLUMBUS, OHIO. I) RUNELL & CO'S., SECOND GREAT D OIPT D1STBIB0TIOI. The proprietors take great pleasure In announcing to the citizens of the Union, tbst tn consequence of the great satis faction manifested by the ticket-holders of tbeir first great Distribution, and the many thousand solicitations Irom all parts of the country, in relation to whether they intended getting up anoth er Distribution of Gifts for the people, they have, an immense outlay, been en abled to offer to their thousands of pat tons the following valuable, magnifi cent, and unprecedented BRILLIANT SCHEME, to be distributed as soon as the 300,000 Beautiful Engravings of the Capitol of Ohio are distributed among their Patrons. The price of the Engra vings is but One Dollar, and as a parlor ornament it cannot be surpassed. Read attentively the following list of beautiful and costly gifts, which will be satisfactorily distributed by a com mittee of ten, selected one fiora each State where the largest number of sub scribers are obtained: 1 Farm in the State of Indiana 610,000 1 do ia Ohio 8.000 1 do do 6,000 S Four-story Brick Dwelling end Lot, io Coluwbs.Ohio 6,500 I do do do - do-..C,000 1 Beautiful residence in the town of Mt. Vernon 5.500 I Two-Siory Brick Building In Chillicoth r. 3,500 1 Brick Cottage and lot in Col umtus 3,000 1 do do do 3,000 1 Frame do do do 2,500 1 Handsome country residence ia Sego, Perry county, Ohio.. 1,500 4 Splendid building lots iu Col umbus, at ta.ooo 8,000 10 do do do (1,500 13.000 4 do do Cleveland 6,000 1 Grand Action Piano (Chicker- lo 1,200 1 Gold Watch, ssl with Die. mondt 1,000 ft Gold Watches, at (500 each-. 2,501 10 Rosewood Pianos, at 1500. 5,000 10 do do at 400 4,000 10 do do at 300 3,000 50 Gold Walcbei.at 6150 -..7,500 100 do at 100 10,000 100 do at 75 7,500 100 do at 40 4,000 300 Sivsi do at 20 .6,000 500 do do at 13 7,500 1000 LaJle's Gold Breast Flos t 64 4,000 200 do Brocha shawls at 623 3,000 300 do Silk Dress Patterns, st 620 10.000 3000 Gold Pencils, at 63 15,000 10000 Gold Pens, with Silver Cases, at 62 20,000 20000 Gold ringi.at 61,50 each 30,000 12084 do al t.00 each-. .12,084 Every purchaser of the splendid large Lithographic Eneraving, will receives Certificate of Membership entitling them to chance in the above list of valuable and costly Gifts for the Peo ple. The Engrarings can be sent by mail (without being damaged,) to any part of the country.; CCTriRST COMX FIRST 8ERTCD, Persons wishing to set is Agents for us will please send a recommendation signded by the Postmaster or some othei influential and well known person is the piece w here they reside. To those persons who have been act ing aa Agents for us in our former Dis tribution, this is not required. All orders with the money endoaed, free of postage, will meet with prompt attention. In order to provent mistakes, sgents and others transmitting money to us will pleaie have it sealed in the pres ence of the Postmaater, and the amount entered on the way bill. We prepay all our letters, circulars, d-c, to our agents and correspondents, and expect them to do the same with us. Agents wsnled in every town, whom we will furnish mith posters, circulars, rchelules, instructions, &c, on appli cation st our oflice, or by mail post paid ror runner particulars see tbs descrip tive bills, &c, or enquire st the office No. 2, Walcutt's Block, Town Stresl Columbus Ohio, BRUNELL & CO, Pbopbiitobs. Vv . M. hTA ag. ... U. D. Tewkshubv WE6LEY STARR", "6ON8. 6 KNEE'S I COMMISSION NE It'll 1ST! r.rth. Sal. sf W.at.rm Prodac. LEAF TOBACCO FLOUR, PROVISIONS, St.. Nos. 65 & b7 S. CHARLES STREET. Between Pratt and Camden streets. near the Tobacco Inspection Warehouses, BALTIMORE. Libtral nivantti madi on consirnntnti. Pi. a. We nave recently removed to our new and extensive Warehouses, upon South Charles Street, where we have the advantage ol a Rail Road track ol our own, (connecting our House with the B. & O. Railway,) a.id are thus enabled to receive all our consign ments, when sent in car loads, free of Dray age. We have, also, ever facility for the re ceint and sale of Tobacco, Flour, Provisions, and western rioduoe. generally. We send a correct statement of the Markets monthly, to our friends, or oftener if desired. June 1034 lyr. GEO. SI)TIIERL1N 1 CO., AGE T8 FOR HE 8 ALE F Virginia & Kentucky Manufactured 4UIIAUUU, AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 1, Buckets Block, Front St., rUKlSMOUTli, OHIO. tfiei up Stairs. October 3, 1854. MO. D. PHOENIX, T. M. BABCOCl, J50. BADCOCK. BAB COCK &C0. WHOLESALE GROCERS & Commission Merchants. Ro. 65 k 67 Water Street, KEW CORK. Febuary 17, 54. ly. 300, JAMES McCONNEL'S ESTATE. NOTICE is hereby given, that the under signed baa been aooointed and dulv aual ified Executor of tbe last Will and Testament of James McConnel, late of tbe County of Vinton, deceased. FATUCb MUKVOvit, 1855, NEW STOCK OF 1835. YANKEE NOTIONS! LATE ARRIVALHJ I have just received my Spring Stock comprising a great variety of FANCY and STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and others are invited to call befote purch asing elsewhere, as they will find s com plete assortment, and at prices that will comp.rs with any Establishment of-the kind in this section of the country. The following articles comprise a part of my extensive assortment: 150 packs pins. 200,000 percussion caps. 600 dozen spool cotton. SO gross buttons. 50 doxen suspenders. 150 lb skein cottoi. 12 lb sewing silk, 5 lb twitt silk. 500 gross hooks sod eyes, 30 dozen razor strops. 300 dozen combs, all kinds. 50 reams cap, letter ani note paper. 20,000 envelopes. 300 dozen tapes, 130 dozen soaps. 40,000 fish hooks. 23 gross &sn lines. 20 gross lead pencils. 100,000 needles. 100 bundles wafers. 40 doien knives. 30 dozen scissors. 10 gross spoons. 20 gross jews harps. 3 gross French harps. . 30 dozen slates. 3000 slata pencils. 30 gross thimbles. J 00 dozen porte neonates. 200 lb patent thread. orueliou charms and rings, 'et bracelets. Ladies' work boxes and re'.lcules. Fine hair brushes aud combs. Gulta percha, puff and long combs. S, S Sand S S S fine combs. Skirt asd dress whalebone. onet and shoe laces. Stilettoes, elastics and sleeve bands, Teeth aud nail brushes, Steel peus and holders. Match safes. Alabaster ornaments. Linen 6c cotton, floss crochet cotton- Zephyr worsted and needles. Gold finger aud ear tings. 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 City, varying from 63 to 830 per M. As all the fine cigars are manufactured on the premises, purchasers of fine cigars may depend upon gutting the quality of ci gar they pay for, as satisfaction is guar anteed in all cases. Also on hand, Cavendish and Tins Cut Chewing To bacco, Pipes, 4'C, at the Cheap Notion Store next to the Valley Bank, Second Street, R. DAVISON. Chillkote, O., March 2, 1855. NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS. THE Board of School Examiners, of Vinton ounty, will bold their re gular meetitgs for the examination of candidates on the FIRST SATURDAY of each month, at the school room of O. T. Gunning iu McArthur, commencing st 10 o clock A.M. At every examination, a certificate of good moral character, re cently signed by at leas' two responsi ble persous, will be requiur of each can didate, and the Examiners would espe cially guard individuals against recom mending any person who is in tbe habit of using profane language or indulging in intoxicating dunk, or in any otbsi socisl vice, or immorality. O. T. GUNNING. Clerk Board School Examiners, V. Co. Feb. 2. 1855 ly. BIGGS HOUSE, PORTSMOVTH, OHIO. THE subscriber having leased the above House, (formerly the United States Ho tel.) and having made a complete renovation pnbre-furnished the house with new Furniture throughout, respectively invites the traveling puunc io give mm can. HIS TABLE Will always contain the best that the market affords, and no means will be spared to make all comfortable. JUUN ilUW. Oct. 10th, 1854 . JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE. Hil, JOHNSON, (successor to Joseph Jones) keeps constantly on bands large stock oi HOOKS, STATIONERY, WALL PAPER Jbc, Which he will sell at Eastern Prices. It is hisdesigu to afford Country Merchants, and puichasera eenerally, such facilities for sup plying themselves with every srticle in his line, as they have not heretofore enjoyed. . j i r . - l v.: . i: .,,,-w.L which will make one of the Largest an? Jest in the Western country. As s mere outline, bis stock will be found to consist of BOOKS Medical. Scientific, Law, Theolog ical, School, Blank and Miscellanecus. STATIONERY -Letter, Cap, Bill and Note Paper. ENVELOPES Buff, Embossed and Plain White, and Govemmeut. WALL PAPER A heavy and well selected . stock, at prices ranging from 8 cents, to 81,50 per bolt. Also, Borders of the greatest variety, and Window Blinds BLN K BOOKS Ledgers, Journals, Day Books, and Time Books, all of every style. PERIODICALS Those Issued Monthly, and others. MAPS Laree Macs of both Hemispheres and or the United btates; email Alaps ol each of tbe Western States, and of Mexico. FANCi' ARTICLES of different kinds. ALSO Slates. Conv Books. Cotroer Plate. Pencils, Gold and Steel Pens, Ink of all kinds, Inkstands, Wafers, etc., &c. All of which wiii be sold low, at Whole sale and Retail at Johnson's Book Store, Jones' eld stand, Paint St., Chillicothe, Ohio. December 5. 1853. ly. WOOL I WOOL! I v.000 lbs of Wool Wanted. 1W1SU to buy all the wool I cen get, and will pay the highest market piicee, Jmay 23, '35.-tf . A BRATTON. OXYOKXS. . I YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the GilLAnvi XD DENNING, CAMFBELL& Of Jn,)4M 1861. FAMILY MEDICINES! ' E. A. BRATTONi MAIN STREET. McARTIIVl. ul KEEP constantly on hand the following Genuine and Popular Medicines: PILLS. Seller's Liverrills, Dr. Lee's Pills. WORM MEDICINE. Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Jones McL's do.- COUGH SYRUP. Seller's Imp'l C. 8., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup Lyon's N. & B.. Jones' N. kB. Llulnwut Sloan's Ointment. Sloan's lust. Relief do. FOR THE HAIR. Lvon's Kathairnn. VVrplhl Hair Oil Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Cologne. Castoi Oil, Sweet Oil, British Oil, Oil of Spike, Harlem Oil, Medicamentum. Also, Godfrey's Coidiul, Butesman's Drops, Sloan's Condition Powder: and Essences oi all kinds. All of the above Medicines we received direct from the proprietors, aud war ranted to be genuine. April 6, 1855. If CL1IXE & GAKDAEll, DRUGGISTS, WILKESV1LLE, OHIO, KEEP constantly on hand the Mowing genuine end ponulur family medicine?. PILLS.-Scllers Liver Fills. McLaiue's Liver Pills, Aver's Pills. COUGH REMEDIES.-Seller's Imperial Cough Syrup, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Seller's liivn&vrup, seller s ovrup ol Squills. WORM MEDICINES.-Seller s Vermifuge, McLaine's Veruiifime, LINIMENTS. H. (J. Farrel's Indian Lin imeut, Gardner's Volatile Liniment, Kadway's . Ready Retirf, Pain Curer, Liquid Opidildoc. HAIR TON'lCS.-Lyou'sKaihairou.Q. S. Gay lords. Also: A large and well selected stock of Drugs, Medicines. Oils, Faints ami D-stull's; all for sale at the lovel prices. Ull. V7U1, 1SKH. ly. . 1855. KEW SPRIXG GOODS, 1855, JAMES PURSELL, (XCLUSIVELT WHOLESALE DEALER U FANCrt STAPLE DUY-UOODS, Q.UEEN3WARE. CHINA ANDf GLASS. Front Street. rOUTSJIOlTU, OLfo. KEW GOODS. Ill AVE just received and em now opening the largest and most desirable stock of Goods ever exhibited iu this market. llavina made urruiicements fo; a lams trade I shull offer unusual inducements lo cuh buyers, responsible parties for negotiable pa per, or tor i ig iron in iois 01 wis or up ward. The attention of Merchants and Furnace Ow ners is respectfully invited. j.s. I'ur.stLU Portsmouth. O.. Dec. 22, 1851. DUftNINU, CAMI'UELL A Co., Importers and Wboksuir anil Bctail Dealers la ilurdwui c, Suddtcry, Iron, Glass, Ac-, Ac. WOULD respectfully informtheir friends and the public that they huve. alleniuh Rot into their splendid new room, and have fitted it up exprcwly lor the Hardware trade, (iu the burnt district) under the sign of the GILT ANVIL, Enst side of Faint, between Water and 2d sts, wheie they are Opening, in oddiT lion to part of their lormer stock, a large and desirable stock of .dmm'ccm, German and English Hardware, Smldlery, Iron and Glass, together with all articles usually kept in Hard ware stores, and invite all to call and tuksa look at their new room and examine thair stock. They have continued a stock of Goods at their OLD STAND, sign of the Mill Saw, on Tagert's square, (under the immediate caieol one of the firm) where they have been so ib- erally patronized the past year, for which the take tins opportunity oi returning meir sin cere thanks, and solicit a continuance of the same for both establishments, promising tv keep as Rood Goods and tell as low as any in this market. May 10, 1853. nl9 It CHAS. A. M. DAMARIN & Co RECEIVED direct from Ntw Orleans, 575 liluls fair to prime N. O. Sugar; 20 " clarified do. 1U9 bis loaf, crushed fit pulverized sugar: 54 bxs w hite Havana, for candy and syr ups; 2337 bis N. O.Molases; 75 do "St. James" choice sugar H,mc lassejs 100 do Common sugar H. molaises. 10 do Golden syrup; ; 65 Tes- Rice; 300 bags Rio and Java coffee; Which, together with a full aud completed tock of. Woosware Buckets, tub.zhie washboards, brooms, &c. Fruits & Ncts Figs, resins' almonds ps cans, E. Walnuts, filberts; Brazil nuts; &c. Spices 'Ground and unground Peppes; alspices; cinnamon; cloves; ginger; nutmegs; Fish mackerel; dried herring, codfish; sar dines: Teas A large stock of fresh Imperial; Y: Hy sou; gunpowder and black tea; Tobacco Fives; eights and pound plug of good Virginia, Missouri and Kentucky brands also, Gedge d- Bro's and other good brand of 6 twist tobacco: Dye-stuffs Indigo; copperas madder and lum: Suhdriet Soap; candles, starch, chocolate; salaeratus; super carbonate of soda; epsoua salt; lead; shot; warpping' paper; &c, &C. We will sel at the regular Cincinnati wholesale prices: C. A. M. DA37ARIN St Co. Portsmouth, April 1 1, 1854. O. V, MCRRAT, r. H. MURRAT, JA8. It'lli Impoiteni of. and Dealers in. HARDWARE AND CUTLER, SIGN 0FTI1E FROM ST. ' PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. V. : WE will duplicate bills with any regulai iobbinsHousa In th Wwt Cnnrtrr ra diants, furnace proprietors, railrua U eontracj tors, and others, witlsubserTS their Jntwejrts h, fifing ui s,calL - ' in a. w r7 ii w.-w ir,