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jiiny grateful lyric, nliijrn Ut their iiuttini'-! ie:-nt x 11 1 1 are very nvtilali'e at II. u nia titntday. This' Lidaia lleiurui-d" it n roikI Yeme mhrantcr tot tone female uhohuve lost h Ibvtr and riml io know whj He tl.at lnvfg a a rosv cheek, Or a ccrul lip oilitu re, Or fioin f iar like eyes doth fik Feel to niaintrin his fires; As old Time initkt- tleie decay, bo liis flumes must vesic away. Hi t r-mcoih and stedfst mind, Gentle thoughts and calm desires, Hearts wilh rijiiat love tcuibiiitd, Kindle never dying flies. W h're tLese are not, 1 dUpise Lcely ilieeKs, or lips, or eves. No tear?, Celia, now shall win My resolved I eart to return, 1 hacescarthed thy soul itliin, And 11 ml nautili but pride and scorn: 1 have learned thy arts, and now Can disdain as much us limit: Some pow.-r in my revenge convey That love to her 1 cast awuy! ALL SORTS. The Oregon StuesmuH itoin i nu tea General Jotejli Lane aa the Democratic candidate for President in 1600. The Attorney General of tlie State of New York has pronounced the liquor law to lie unconstitutional. . - The man who passed through life v ithout enemies could not hate had a Uiaracter north depreciating. Lay a good store of patience, but le ure and put it where you can Cud it. ui twelve American surgeons wno hate within a few weeks tone ou to join the belligerent armies of Europe nine attached themselves to the service of the Czar, and three have juineJ the Allies. The whole of Upper Canada i -fettling as fast as anf Western State 1 he population in 1850 was a little over one million. The ceiites of 1SG0 will overgo three millions. .'A Rational Convention of color edtnen is called to assemble in Phila delphia on thelCih ol October next to further and education, progress and ele "ration of their race. The attempt to sell the Pennsjl rania Public Wuiks was a failure. The minimum price w0s reven and a half millions, at which there was no purcha ser, The Bale was indefinite! - postpon d. , -It is slid that the wheat crop o! J 1 1 1 no i s will this season amount to at least 25.000.COO bushels. The largest product ol Illinois hitherto. has not been more than 16,000,000 bushels. Twenty-two thousand soldiers of the Austrian army in Gull icia have died of choleru.oml the disease is still raging lo,a iearlul extent. James heemin, in an interesting letter about Japan, 6ys that "sacie the prncipal drink of (he country, is suppos ed to consist of sour w hinky, tobacco juice 'and aquafortis, I'lesant beverage- Latest Fashions. Not much alter ations in fashions during the present month, The waists of ladies' dresses are becoming shorter by degrees, while the skirts ate x pan ding as palpably, ll has beeu.satiBfactorily ascertaied that fortj yards of silk will make a fashionable tkir(. - Choose ever the plaircst road; it always answers best. For the 6ame rea son, choose ever to do and try what is the most just ami the most direct. This conduct will save a thousand Hushes and a thousand struggles, and will delirer yu from the seciet torment which ate never failing altandanis of dissimulation. The more a man struggles with adversity the stronger he becomes- It developes the ''inward resorses" ama zingly; therefore we advise all to get ac quainted wilfi the adversity family. Keduce a nun tu one slice of bread per day, and a thin, ragged shirt, ana he soon becomes a hero in his way. Gov. Seymore of Connecticut, our Minister to Russia, says that he saw uo troops in neither Frar.ce or England equal to the army of 'wo hundred thous and Russians at St. Petersburg, and vi cinity. The Rusians are superior in size and discipline, through not equal to the Allies in spirit. A King of Spain is said to have icastei to death while attendants were debating whose duty it was to draw him back from the fire. The Westminister Review takes this for a picture of ihe British Ministers sacrificing a baave ar my while parliument sits still, groaning over gouty Generals. Good Advice. The venerable Peter Ticklebyseid to his son Jake: "Read jour Bible, study the Laws of Moses, and don't repeal any cf them. Mind the Ten Commandments, tu, and the Eleventh likewise, and don't sell the birthright ol a Yankee nation for a mess of potash; and the day maykumwhtu you'll be minister af the penitentiary or b secretary of newga lion." MILWAUKEE, Wis., Aug. 8. At a special court held jesteiday at West Bend, fortlie trial ol Deter, llie murderer of the Meyer family, a ver dict of murder in the first degree was rendered by the jury. While he was leing conveyed Lack to jail, guarded ty the malitia, the mcb made a ruth en him, the military gave way, and Dehor was felled to the ground by stoue. The mob then fell upon limi, teatingand mangling him horribly ; mey men lied turn with a rope, drag' ged him through the streets, and hung Dim n?aa downward to a tree. The fellow who is ccurtiug Miss De meaiicr,, tLitls very seriously of break irg eff the engagement- 'Mrs. Joces, don't you think that niarriage is a means of grace?" "Ctr uiniy; auyioing is a means ol grace '.cat breaks up pride and leads to re pen tence." ' biene closes with a tbroom l.audle. 'Charles, said a young lady to ha lover, "There is nothing interesting in the paper to day, is there dear?' "No, love, but I bop there will, one day, ween we shall both fce interested." The li.dy blushed assent -fXJ-He who has nothing tos aj ihcuLJ cay tilling. ' ' ' . . ' 1 0. WITLAKB'" ;-BC. COOsWCU. HOOT ISIIOE STOUE, I AXD V t " II A X U FACT O R h"" SWETLAND & COGSWELL, : Opposite ihe MeArthut House, RETURN their sincere thanks to their numerous friends anil customers, for llie very liberal patronage extended to them in the past season, and take pleasure in am nounciiig tint they are now receiving at thtir Boot and Shoe Uecot the largest ami best se lected Slock of llools & Shoes' Ever W light to McArthur; consisting fWj in part of - . - ' r; GENTLE MENS' BOOTS & 6HOF8, Genls.Buckskin Gaiters (itnls. Congress Gail erf, Gents Fancy Shoes. Gentu Oxford Pumps. Gents Enameled Niilifiers, Gents Enameled Congress Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather Kid Top 1'iir.ce Albert's, Gents Patent Leather, Drab Cloth. Kid top, .Prime Albert's; Gents Jer-ey rm.ki-.kin Shoes, Gents Opera Slippers'; together with every variety of Fine and Coarse calf skin, Kip and Morocco Bools and Shoes. Also, Ladies Boors aku Shoes j Ladies buskin Urnler llools, ldie' enamel td Jenny Lind's It. R., Ladies' Morocco Jen ry Liud's K. K Ladies' , Congress Gaiters, Ladies Fancy Jenny Lind Shoes, Ladies' en amelled Morocco ' Shoes. - Ladies' Victoria Fancy Shoes Ladies' Fncy Top Boots, Ld- Blue Gaits, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters. Also: Misses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid lJoots ami Gaiters, Misses Fancy colored Gaiters, Mifses enameled Fancy Boots; also, Chilil reus Bootsand Shoes, Childrens' calf, jegeil, Mioea, Childrens -Fancy shoes. Chil dieiib' Fancv Gaiters, ami every O'.her variety ol Ladies', ni'iB.'es' ami childrens' wear, Fine ami Loarse. We hne any riumbir of Workmen en pged, that is necessary, and aie prepared to iin orueis at tnc enortest. nonce. CCfAll of our Goods will be sold at pri ie that w ill give satisfaction. Call and at- niiiue for yourselves- ' mm McGiLLivriAY, MAIN STREET, rV.CARTnUR, CHIO, SAILEJM) IIAISMSS M-lSlFAlTriO, At bis old Bund oppoiiitj. K.AD. Will', l)FSPECTFULLYIirArv forms hia numerousJSs Customers Untl the public, eeuerallv'. tliat lie is now prepared to supply all demand in the way of build It': Buggy, Coach, and le&ur, llui iit'SSjLofiurs, HAiys and Spurs. and every other article connected willi the Trade; all Manufactured out of the best Ma terials, and by the best of Workmen. Call end examine Work ami Prices, before you tiiin hdfe elsewhere. fX3 HIDES, &c.nlfn in exchange for irK,ai tne uignesi ftiarKet prices. J.K.iVD. AVILL, VI10LTSALE ASO RETAIL LEA LEU IS DRV-G 0 0 D S , GROCERIES, HARD WARE, Q VEENS WARE, READY-MADE CLOTHING, UA1S, CArS, E00T8, SHOES, PliODl'1 . Ac, Ac, &C.,1! Main Street, McArthur, Ohio. mayl8,'55.1y, . - ' II, II, J 0 II IV S 0 1 , (SUCCESSOR TO JOSEPH JONES,) " DEALER m Mtdicnl, Thcolcgital, Blank and Mistx Ma ucous Bouks, Stationery and Moll Pap t, 1 PAINT STHEET, CIIILL1COT11E, OHIO. : " Books received from the Eastern Mar ket at their earliest publication, or ordered w hen desired. Steam Ciiliiiiel Factor). J. II. AY A I T, Cocker or JEiTtusoN and Second Stheeis, PORTSMOUTH, OHIO, CALLS the attention of the citizens of Yin'ou and adjoining couu ties to his su perior stock of lu lAIJLWAVARE, which he ofl'ersat w holesale or retail on teas onable terms. Give him a call. Orders attended to promptly. - March 24.1654. ly STEIN & BROTHER, Manvfatturtrs and Wholesale dealer in II No. 316 BALTIMORE STREET, Between Howard and Liberty-sts PAT TlMAUf 1 July 8.'53. ly. ., HOOKS! U00KS!! ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Vin ton county, thai he has just received a new stock of Books and Stationary, cingistiug in part of - ' . -.i.'. FAMILY BIBLES, at prices from U 50 to 5 OO. --- METHODIST HYMN BOOKS, Bound iu Morocco, gilt and common bind ing. Wecms' Life of Washington, ' - " Franklin. ' Mabiov. Life of Daniel Boone, -; . . " " Black Hawk, . - ' . " Tecumwach. . . ;' Shakespeae's works complete. - :' . ; BYROS'S ' 4' 1" .' '.iln Life of V. T. Bahmvm.: ; i De Aubicne's History of the Reformation. YOUNG MAN'S BOOK OF KtovLtoei. RiNAino Rikaloi!C, a Romance. Hale's History ot the United States. Grimshaw's History -of the United Stales. Child at Home, a Motal Tale. MASONIC W RK6. The Craftsman, the Light of the Temple, and MelocUlies (or 'tne trait, coma riling an excellent selection ol Hyrni)6and Odes' suita ble for evry occasion. " , SONG BOOKS.; ' The American Songster, Parlor Songster, Exile of Erin, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro Songs, and a variety of otter Song Boo-s. Moral and Instructive story books, for chil dren, Pictorial Toy Books for childraii,of every description.' BLANK BOOKS. Justices' Dockets. Legers and Day Boohs, bouud iu leather and half binding, of all sues. STATIONARY. , Test Cap Paper, Blue Post Lettei Paper, Commercial Note Paper. Bill Faper, also Ink, Quills, Steel Peas, 6aod Boxes, Inkstands, Wafers, Writing Sand, and Stationary of eve.'j kind, all of which will be oldt the lowest figures, for each tnayi tf , I E, Ai'JBATM, R". BELL & GO.- Wholesale Manufacturers ami Dealers in 'HOOTS. SHOES. TUTS. CAPS, LEA Tit till. SHOE FINDINGS, if-c, iYe. 6, nttrrri$e Block; Front St., PORTSMOUTH. OHIO. HAVI the pleasure of announcing to tne trade in general, that they ate how fill ing their Iuiro shoe warehouse, with more abinidHiit siock than ever, diiect from llie hmiirsof the best niaiinfacturers East, and llie'n'own workshops at home; consistinKof a great VMiety'of the best class of goods mited to tl.e'ivrfnts of this connlrv for 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 coirring in, as they feel assured of (heir ability to please in quality and price. Their largely increased trade a fibril 8 oneev idence of Me favor wilh which their manner of doing business has been recr Vved, tmd while they testify to the liberality of their patrons and friends, ll'ey reiterate the assurance that they will spare no rains to render entire sat- ibfuction. Their stock is large, tiianutiictiired mostly in their own shops, aim by contract to their Older. Their facilities for doing a larife business are abundantly ample. They sell only at wholesale, have but one rules, and will warrant all their goody as they rep resent them, An examination of their goods and prices, is resuectlullv solicted. September '22, 1854. 3mo. liuckcye Mock, No. 1, Front Street. DISSOLUTION, riHE co-partneiship heretofore existing X eteen tne sunsenbers, under the linn of Oukts & Buskirk, was this day dissolved by muiual consent. F, J. Oakes having sold his entire interest to Messrs. George & C'has. H. Davis, all claims w ill be settled, ml debts collected by Buskirk & Davis, our successors. : ,.. , F. J. O.iKES, A. W. BUSKIRK. A.W. Bl'SKIItK, GEO. OA VIS, CIIAS. H. DAVIS. VISK1RK & DAVIS, (Successor of Onkes & Buskirk.) WHOLESALE GROCERS ' . AND - PRODUCE DEALERS, Eutkcje Bio k. Front Mrtrt. .. PORTSMOUTH, 0. January 19, 1654,-tf. . IF YOU AL YOU WIL BIT. JOHN S, HAWK, MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO, Biulrr In nil kinds of DRY GOODS,' GROCERIES,' HARD WARE, QUEENS WARE, HATS, . " APS. BONNETS," BOOTS if- SHOES. READY-MADE LOTH ING, IRON & . KAILS, &c. -AUo.S Agent for LOUDON & Co's. l'OI'ULAR FAMILY MEDICINES. IS jut receiving from Cincinnati, one of the Largest a.id best selected stocks of New, raihionuble and ''.- CHEAP GOODS Ever brought to McArthur. enuresslr for the Winter trade, which lit is determined to sell on the most reasonable terms. Just call and see my New Goods before purchasing elsew here. , Bring along your Produce, for in the way of Barter he w ill give you as good bargains as inongn you orougrit tne'jasn. Piovemher 17, IbDl. 1st, c. ly. A Public 'Invitation. II1CK0CK & Bro., HAVING just opened a Wholesale and Retail II AT i'rOlir.in Pnrlcnmnih on Front Street, between Market and Jefler- son, they invite All td Call and examine theii siock ou n...- nH.i r r. n. i- m & tiiuij uuu tap, mmw tiuuui, iruiihH.r VKlises, Carpet lings, tmbrcllat &(., V' OP EVEIIT maCRlPTION. Purchasers ran at all Imiwb Timl ! nnrae tablishment a full and complete essortmen of the richest and most desirable styles, at well as the innKt rnmmnn ftihrlpa ' Our lnnn experience in the business, and knowledge ol .. r -. ... r ..... . manuiaciuring, wnu tne laciiities lor purcha sing, are such that we are confident we can sell lower lhan any other House in the West. FURS of all kinds wanted, for which the highest prices w ill be paid. ' Portsmouth, November 4. 1853. Iir Si Hi HOLMES, (Successor to Smith and Holmes.) . manufacturers op : Tiu, Slitct Iron, out) topper Wares, ALSO DEALEES, , WHOLESALE KETAI1., IN Stoves, Grates. & Uolow H'are, '. MARKET STREET, EAST SIDE. ' ' PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. " 1 ' Apf:ll 1554. ly. ,v" i ' ' Hardware. ! , LIPPENCQTT S Axes, warranted 30 days Vt 'he money refundett. ; Hatchets war ranted, Tilletson's Handsaws warranted. Door Locks. Thumb L(cs, Butt, Screws, Augers, Smoothing Irons, Curry Combs, Horse Prushet, Files, Rasps, in shot every thing in the Hardware line, at - r.,i . u , -. . BRA1T0NS. . lRCrrt, rrAlIS'AIVP STEEL. " loo,oooL1?js.,,,,,H,,,, 5000 Lbs. Norway Nail Roil. , , 500 Kfgs assorted cut and wrcuigTit Nails. 3O0O Lbfs. enuaM. found ai.il rvlai nn SleeL Just received at theCilt Anvil. DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO. July 29. 1653. . . DR. '.DUN LAP i r-- ...... ' i ;.-,-) C3 0IIccMcAriiH House. 1 McARTHUR, OHIO. Feb.' 1, 1S&5,1. " ARTIST'S MATERIALS. OF every description furnished atshortof ders and fuir prices. ' A large supply -ol Paints and Brushes for Portrait Landscape Painters, Toy Paints and Ceet Water Colors on hand. . J. R. IV HITTEMORE. mayl8,'55.; - Second si.; Chillicothe, O. IVcW-IJooliS, AND other Goods iti his line of Business 'are received tit Express almost evert week from BosUm, New York, and the Cities of the West, by J. R. W HITTEMORE,, may 18, '55. Second St., Chillicothe, O. STRAW CUTTERS. ... i a)-! YANKEE Straw Cutters, from $7 to 12 ; received at the Gill Ani-il. - ' DENNING, CAMPBELL & CO; ; Julyp.1853, v.-v j .wAVV!-' lOSt W OltK. of every descriptigtr neatl) leculed. It this USisei ...-.. - 1 GIFTS FOR THE PEOPLE ! CAPITAL CITY ART-USWX, COLUMBUS, OHIO. BRUNELL & CO'S., SECOND GREAT OITT DISTSIBOTION. The proprietors take great pleasure in announcing to ihe citizens of the Union, that in consequence of the gt satis faction manifested by the ticket-holders of their first great Distribution, and Ihe many tntfusand solicitations Irom all parts of the cou'ntrt, in relation to w hether they Intended getting up anoth er Distribution of Gifts for the people, they hare, an immense outlay, been en. abled to offer to their thousands of pat ioiis the following valuable, magnifi cent, and unprecedented BRILLIANT SCHEME, to be distributed as soon as the 300,000 Beautiful Engravings of the Capitol ol Ohio are distributed among their Patron. The price of the Engra t ings is but One Dollar, and as a parlor ornament it canpot be surpassed. , Read attentively the following list of beautiful and costly gifts, which will be satisfactorily distributed by a com' tnitree of ten, selected one fiom each Slate where the largest number of sub scribers are obtained: 1 Firm in the State of Indiana 810,000 1 do in Ohio -8.000 1 do do .......-. 6,000 2 Four-story Brick Dwelling and Lot, In Coiiimbs,Ohio.-'-6,00 t do do do do"C,&00 1 Beautiful residence in the town of Mt, Vernon 5,500 ITno-Story! Brick Building in . - Chillicothe 3,500 I Brick Cottage and lot in Col umbus 3,000 I ' do do do 3,000 1 Frame do do do 2,500 I Handsome country residence in Sego, Perry county, Ohio- 1,500 4 Splendid building lote in Col uinbus, at 12,000 8,000 10 do do do fl,500 15.000 4 do dj Cleveland 6,000 1 Grand Action Piano (Chicker- me s 1,200 i. 1 Gold Watcb, set' with D'ia. monds 5 Gold Watches, at (500 eirh 10 Rosewood' Pianos, at (500 10 do do at 400 10 do do at 300 50 Gold Watches, at &150 1,000 2.501 5.000 4.000 3.000' 7,500 100 do at 100 do at 100 do at 300 Siver do at 500 do do at 100 10.000 75 ........7,500 40. .4.000 20 6,000 15 7.500 1000 LsJie's Gold Breast Pins at $4 4,000 200 do Brocha shawls at &25 5,000 500 do Silk Dress Patterns, at $20 10,000 5000 Gold Tencils, at 83 15,000 10000 Gold Pens, wilh Silver Cases, at (2 20,000 20000 Gold rings, at 81,50 each 30,000 12084. do at 1.00 each-. .12.031 Every purchaser of the splendid large Lithographic Engraving, will receive a Certificate of Membership entitling them to a chance in the above list of valuable and costly Gifts for the Peo ple. The Engravings can be sent by mail (without being damaged,) to any part of the country. OCTriBST COMK FIRST SERVED, Persons wishing to act as Agents for us will please send a recommendation signded by the Postmaster or some other influential and well known person in the place where they reside. To those persons nho have been act ing aa Agents for lis in our foimer Dis tribution, this Is nol required. All orders wilh ihe money enclosed, fiee of postage, will meet with prompt Mention' - - In order to prevent mistakes, agents and others transmitting money tons will please have it sealed in 'the pres ence of the Postmaster, and the amount entered on the way bill. We prepay all our letters, circulars, (f-c, to our agents and correspondents, and expect them to do the same with U8. " ' ..' .1 Agents wanted in erery own, whom we will furnish Jiiith posters, circulars, schelules, instructions, ' &c.,' on appli cation at our office, or by mail post paid For further particulars see the descrip tive bills, &c, or enquire t the office No. 2, Walcnli's Block, Town Street Columbus Ohio. BRUNELL (i CO, ' ' '' ' ' ' '''' ' 1 ' PmiPBtE'riiRS.' . M. bTARKf.f ' " ' vG. D. TlWKSBUEY VEELEY 6TARrV&, TcNsT- COERJIL COMM. SSI ON IH E R I'll AM S . Fortb Salt of Writern Profoc , LEAT TCBACOOTLOUR. FROVISION9, fce. Nos. && & b7 S. CHARLES STREET. Between Pratt and Camden streets. near the Tobacco Inspection Warchoiibes, - BALTIMORE, ... Literal odtancei made on consignments. N. B. We have recently removed to our Mwand extensive Warehouses. upi,a South Charles Street, where we have the advantage ol a Rail Road track ol our own ( connecting our House with the B. & O. Railway.) and are thus enabled to receive all our consign ments, when sent in carloads, free of Dray- age. Wrtave, also, evey lacility tor the. re ceipt and sale of Tobacco, Flour, Provisions, and Western Pioduce, generally. We semt a correct sialenieu tot the Marketr monthly, to our frifuda, ox ofleuer if desired , June 10 54-lvr. -'. , ;GE0. SIT1IERLIIV & CO., ' . age' T Vcr1 Re sale1 ' P Yirninia & ' Kentucky Manvfaeturti ! TOB A C C O, . - '' 'AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,' No. I, BccKETB Blocit, Front St., ' PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. - .- ". Hice dd Stairs, OctoLer 3. 1854. , ' mo. d. rnccNix, t. m. babcock, jno, jiabcocs;. BABCOCK&COi : WliOLtSALE GKUCthS. & -; CoDimissiou merchants. Rt.Ut'67 WaU r Strett, 'EW ?OSC, j Febusry ly.: -I . -.! ; ?-,'.. -;i CUAS. A, H. DAHASIH. , LEWIS C. DAN ASIA : CHASr A. MrCAMARlNCOrf '1 S P'D 1 L K R B J JT f J. 0 0,8 tl, .') No. 55, Fhoht Street, ' . . PORTSMOUTH, OHIO, Jaouary 20,lb4Aljr, 165.5. NLWJJTOCK.OF .UfiJO, YkVKEL) NOTiaSS! ) ' LATE ARRIVAL!!, (have just received mv SpripR Stoc comprising a ereat varieiv of FANCY and STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and others are Invited to tall before purch asing elsew here, as they will find a com plete assortment, and at prices that w ill compare 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 do-ren.spool cottou. ,i 50 gross buttons. 50 dozen suspenders. 150 lb skein cotton. 12 lb sewing silk, 5 lb twist silk. 500 frosa hooks and eyes. 30 dozen razor strops. 300 dozen combs, all kinds. 50 reams cap, letter and note paper. 20,000 envelopes. 300 dozen tapes, 130 dozen so. pi. 40,000 fish hooks. -25 gross fish linei. 20 gross lead pencils. 100.000 needles. 100 bundles wafers. 40 dozen knives. 30 dozen scissors. 10 gross spoons. 20 gross jews harps. 3 gross French harps. 30 dozen slates. 3000 slat pencils. 30 gross ihimbles. 00 dozen porte rr.onaies. 200 lb patent thread. omelian charms and rings. Jet bracelets. 1 ' Ladies' work boxes and re'icules. Fine' hair brushes and combs. Gutta percha, puflf and long combs, 1 S, S Sand S S S fine combs. Skirt and dress whalebone. orset and shoe laces. Stilettoes, elastics and sleeve bands. Teeth ant! nail brushes. Steel pens and holders. Match safes. Alabaster ornaments. Linen 6c cotton, floss crochet cotton Zephyr worsted and needles. Gold finger ami 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 Urgest Slock in llie City, varying from $5 to 630 per M. As all the fine cigaraare manufactured on the premises, purchasers of fine cigars may depend upon getting the quality of ci gar they pay for, as satisfaction is guar anteed in all cases. Also on hand, Cavendish and Fine Cut Chewing To bacco, Pipes, 6c, at the Cheap Notion Store next to the Valley Bank, Second Street. R. DAVISON. Chillicothe, O., March 2, 1855, NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS. THE Board of School Examiners, of Vinton ounty, will hold their re gular meetitgs for the examination of candidates on the FIRST SATURDAY of each month, at the school room of O. T. Gunning in Mclr'.hur, commencing at 10 o'clock A. M. At every examination, a certificate of good moral character, re cently signed by at leas' two responsi ble persons, w ill be requirer of each can didate, and the Examiners would espe cially gua'rd individuals against recom mending any person who is in the habit of using profane language or indulging in intoxicating drink, or in any olhei social vice, or immorality. O. T. GUNNING. Clerk Board School Examiners, V. Co. Feb. i, 1855 ly. BIGGS HOUSE, , , PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. nPHE subscriber having leased the above JL House, (formerly the United States Ho tel.) and having made a complete renovation pnbre-furnished the house w ith new Furniture throughout, respectively invites the traveling public to give nun a call. . . . HIS TABLE Will alwavs contain the best that the market a fibrils, and no means w ill be spared to make all comfortable. JOllN ROW. Oct. 10th, 165-i . JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE. Hr H. JOHNSON, (successor to Joseph Jones) keeps constantly on hand a large slock of BOOKS, S TA TfONER Y, WALL PAPER 4c. i Which he will sell at Eastern Prices. It Is his design to afford Country Merchants, find puichasers generally, such facilities for sup plying themnelves with every article in his line, as they have not heretofore enjoyed. Additions are now being made to his stock, which will make one of the Largest aui' lesl in the"Western country.. As a. mere outline, his stock will be round to consist of BOOKS Medical. Scientific, Law, Theolog ' leal, School, Blank and Miscellanecus. ST ATI ON ERY Lette r, Cap, Kill and Note Paper. ENVELOPES Buff, Embossed and Tlain White, and Government. WALL PAPER -A heavy and well selected stock, at prices ranging from 8 csnts, to 61,50' peri bolt. A.'30 Borders of the. greatest variety, and Window : ' Blinds. ' ' ' . " BLJT K. BOOKS Ledgers, Journals,' Day Books,, aud Time Books, all of every style. 'I ' PERIOP1CALSt-T liose Issued Monthly, and 1 others. . , . MAPS Large Maps of both Hemispheres and of the United States; Smilt Maps of . each of the Western States, and oT Mexico. FANCV ARTICLES of diflfrent kinds. ' ALSO Slates,-Copy Books, Copper Plate. .i". Tencila, Gold and Steel Pens, Iuk of ; alL kinds, Inkstands, Wafers, &c, &c. ' All of which wiii be sold low. at Whole sale apd Retail at Johgson's Book Stoke, Jones' old stand, Paint St., Cbilliuotbe, Ohio. ; Dece4nberU.1852.rrl...: WOQU-WOOHl-- 10,000 lbs of Wool "lantlpd.1 ' 1WISH to hdv all. the '.wool I in; get, ani 4ill tr tliehiuhest market tiriees inay5, '6!.-M'4 E.-A.BRA'TpN. !''! iQXY0K.ES.i3 '1 t- - JYANKEl. Qx Yokes, at the Gilt, fknvi .CAMPJJELLftfCPr iu,y29 1853. J'AUllY jlLDiqiMS! E. . A. BBATTOW. MA IX STREET, McAIj TIll'll, O. KEKl constantly on hand! the following Genuine and Popular Medium-: PILLS. Seller's Liver PilU. Dr. Let's Pills. WOUMMEDICISE. ' Seller's Vennifng". Drs. Jones & MtL's'do, COUGH SYRUP. Seller's Iinp'l C. S.. Pr, Jou'Cn g'! Syrup J.IAf.ULAT.S. Lyon1 N. & B., Ji'hes' N. k H. Lininii-nt Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's I.l-I. Uulictdo. FOR THE II AIR. Lyon's Kulhaiitm, YetuMi' ll iir Oil, i Bears Oil, (pure,) 1'hu D- Cnlciir. Castor Oil, Suret OilJ liritish Oil. Oil of S;lk llurleni Oil, Meilii unguium. Also, (ioilfrev's Couliul, 1! ili.'-niau'a Prune. Sloan's Condi Kou Puwiler; iii:l Km in os of all kinds. All of the above Medicines wo received direct from lli proprietor, ml w ar ranted to le genuine. I April G. 1655. If CL1AE & GAIWaER, DRUGGISTS, wilkes villi:, oiiio,' KEEP consfnntly o hnitd the folnwiit" genuine and popular fiinily iiii licines. lMLLS.-Si'llers Liver Pills, MLuina'a Liver Pills, Aver' Pills. COUGH REMEDIES. Seller's Imperial Cough Syrup. A v r's Cherry Pei'tornl, Seller's Hive ,Nvrup, heller s hvrup -ol h.jnills. WORM MEDICINES, Sollci Vfrmifugc, McLai ne's Vermifugo, Ll MM!. NTS. II. O. Farrel's InJiari Lin iment, Gardner's Volatile Liiilnint. Iladwaj'a Ready Relief. Puin Curer, Liquid Opidihhir. HAIR TONICS. Lynn's Uatlmirou, G, S. Gavlurds Also: A large and well si'V.ftnil stock of Dri'us. Medicines. Oils, Paints und Dye-stufTs; all for sale at the lowest prices. 11 1. "JTIII. I!JJ1. IV. JAMES PL'RSELL, exclusively wholes .nr. dealeh t.f FANCVt- STAPLE MIY-GOODS, v QUEENS WARE, CHINA AND,- 1 . s GLASS. 5C) front Slrrrt, rOBTSJICtTIF, Ohio. EW GOODS. I HA VE just received and nni now opouin,", ihe largest mid most (lesirahlc stock of Goods ever exhibiled in tliH market. Having made arrniigemeuts In; a large tradu I shall oiler unusual i ml u--riKii t s to cash buyers, responsible parlies for negotiable pa per, or for Pig Won in lots of 00 to'is or up ward. The attention of Merchants and Furnace Owners is respectfully invited. JAS. PURSELL. Portsmouth, O.. Dec. 2i, IS51. DK.il.., CASIPifKLL & Co., Importrrs nnd Wliulrwiipitml llditil Dealers ill Hardware, Sadilli ry, Ii on, ;i:jss, Ac, Ar, WOULD respectfully informtheir friends and the public that they have, at length not into their splendid new room, and have fitted it up expressly for the Hardware trade. (in the burnt district) under the sign of the GILT ANVIL, East siide of Paint, between Waler mil 2d sis, wheie they are opening, in addi tion to part of their former stock, a large and lesirable stock of Amr.riettn, ticrnnii ami English Hardware, Saddlciy, Iron and Glas?, logether with all articles usually kept in llard wure stores, and invite all to cull and taken ook at llieir new room and examine their itock. Tliev hnve continued a stock of Goods at their OLD STAND, sign of the Mill Saw, cm Tagert's sipiare, (under the immediate cure of one of the firm) where they have been soib 'rally patronized the past year, fur which tlitX tufccxtliis opportunity of rcliiruiiiH their sin cere thanks, and solicit a coutiiuiunce of Ihe nme for both establishments, promising lo keep as good Goods and sell as low us any in this market. May 10, 1803. n lO lv CIIAS.- A. M? DAWAEIN & Co RECEIVED diiect from New Orleans, 575 l.liils fair to prime N. O. Sugar; " clarilieJ do. 169 his loaf, crushed cc pulverized sugar: 51 bis w hite lkvanu, for candy and syr ups; 233? bis N. O.Molnses; do "St. Jauu'a" choice siigtr II, mc lassejs 10 do Golden syrup; . , "'' 05 Tcs- Rice; " 300 bags Rio and Java coffee; Which, together with a full and 'completed stock of. Woodwahe Buckets, tub, zinc washboards, brooms, &c. Fhuits & Nuts Fis, rasins' almonds pe cans, E.. Walnuts, fi!l)erts; Brazil mils; &.C. Spicks 'ti round ami unprouiid Pepper; ulspices; cinnamon; cloves; ginger; niilmegd- Fish inackerul; dried herring, codfish; sar dines: Teas A large jtock of fresh imperial;!: H sou; gunpowder and black tea: Tohacco Five; eights and pound plugof good Virginia, Missouri und Kentucky brands also, Getlge cf-Bro's and other good brands of 6 twist 'tobacco: Dye-stuffs ludigo; copperas madder and alum: : Sukuriet Soap; candles, starch, chocolate; salxratus; super carbonaeof soda; epscra salt; lead; shot; warpping paper; &c.,&c '-' We will sel at the ragular Cincinnati! wholesale prices: . C. A. M. DAilARIN & Co. Portsmouth, April 1 1, 1351. O. S, MUBHAT, P. H, MU&HAY,' JAS. m'kF.AN impoJters ol, and . Dealers in, HA El) WARE AND CUTLERY SIGX OF THE FROM j ST ! PORTSMOUTH. OHIO, .' , ' WKu''UjtnX..is.i,ai. :.u i. . . . . ---j-n-niv inin nun aiijr regular iobbiiie House i n .the: Wesi. J Conr.t rv mer chants, fsrwape. proprietors, railroad contrail tors. 8ul others, willsubierve theif i their interests bj I in 1 1 1 1 1 ii ll ir lli ll jiving us a can. 1 May 19, 54. ly. .