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SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY.
. CHANGE-OF TIME. .
ON and after Friday, 1st of Jug. 1655,
Trui. s will tin) s follows, to nit:
Train No. I will leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clock, r M. and airive at Jackson at 12
o'clock M. Returning leave Jackson at 11
o'clixk,PM. and arrive at Pcrt.mouih at 0
ociock i . M.
Train No. 2 leave Jackson at 71 uYloc A.
, and oiiivoal Putlsnuuih at 11 o'clock,-
, Returning leave Pori:moulh at '2h P. hi
ami arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
Trains ttcp inly lor jiasseneis at tlie fol
lowing stations, tuwii: Sciotoville, Webster,
Washington and Gallia Stations, Portland,
Cics Heads and liw ill's Station.
J. W. WEBB, Superintendent.
June 15, '55. 2c-tt.
M. C. & HILLSBOROUGH R.
M DRAINS will run as lolluws, until furth
J. er notice : . . '
FiBkT Thain Leave Uamden for Cincin
nati, Coljmbus, and intermediate points, at
10:30 a. m.
Second Tbaiv Leave Hamdcn for Chilli
collie at 1 p. m,
Retuiisiko: One Train leaves Cincinnati
at 6 a. in. and Cliillicotiie at 10:10 a. m.,end
arrive it Uamden ot 11:50 a. in. Another
Train leaves Chillicoitie at 7 a. ni and ar
rives at Hamden at 'J a. m.
CTTickets can be purelmred at the Sta
tion!. W. 11. ARTHUR, Svp't.
Nov. 29th, 1855.
ii i immi nam
. l!e c Clothed!
-v .ft . r9 I til l1 '
(. . i-i. niCULAHiUL,Ul,
Merchant Tailor, hag just
opeiitd a Kew and splendid
asrcrtr.icnt of Cloths, Cassi
merer,c!vC., together with Trim
mii9, v hi:U lie is (nepaied
to mtnurcQtme into etery va
tcmns. All work is warranted to Jit aud not
rip, .Jlealt6 keeps on band, an assortment
cl Lcaii ilau;. tver c&als, ests, rants, c,
vricnud to 13 well made. Also, Furnish,
jng Ck!5uJ.'ccn;iiting in part of Shirts, Un
tier sl.ii t:j.ovev"uspenders, Cravats, Pock-
El iba.'lerchiifs, &c, (tc. &c. Experienced
wcrkrnev in coustant employ, end all orders
ptompuy TiUotV.. vm at tne old stand of u.
W. it. A. J.. EunKle, opposite J. K. & D.
VV ill, befcts (vuichasina clothing elsewhere.
f J. is. Mclaughlin.
Mc Arthur, a : Kov. 15th, '55. 4ia ;
D I'y'j G G I S T S j
WILKES VJLLE, OHIO.
F7E? consttntly oh luind the fo!owing
iiv rvnuine end popular fimily medicines.
PILLS. Sailers Liver Pills, MtLains's
Liver.'.llK, Ayrr's Pills. . . ,
COL'G'.l KLMEDltS.-Seller's rmperia!
Covli ir:ij, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, SelLer's
IlheNri'P,F::l!i!r'sEyrup of Squiils. "-
MEDICINES, Seller a Vermifuge,
IiU'ij&ire 8 veniilufe. '
. LlliaiErrrS li.G. Faiwra Indian Lin
jinent, Ciiii'r.cr's Volatile Liniment. Piadway's
iicatiy J uliet, Inn turcr, liuul Ur.wiklon.
HAIll T0:;iCS.-Lyou'3 Kathairon, O,
Cnytori. ' .
Aifc: A large and well celccteil Slock
rrfgr, nfJ;.:nu3.Uil5, Iumlsand iye-stulis;
an lor a!a n tl.e lowest prices.
.. , .,'
' GEO. !!. WILL,
YJ HOLES ALL AND RET Alb
.V'HrCS, CEKICALS, PAIXTS,
VrVMSJf. m'F.HJ'VRE ESSENTIAL
1 OIL.:, JA.'i Tit l.VEKTN. VllUSU
LS Yll JiE&CUIi' TWJf,
AiA T UJJICA L I'UEPARA
- . , TIOXS,
f i Articles, Vrttggista Shop r
nilurt.Clana Ware,Windo tilt
'Alcohol, eje, (Jc, cfa.,
MAI.'J STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO,
JL informs his friends
" and the public, that ha
now opening a large
superior stock of Drugs,
(J c, that have becjiEielec-
i ted with jergonal caie
Ms iraract. ' .
PnrsiciARS and rustomert, will And
mrugs of the beet quality, all of whicli w
will tell at the lowest prices.
: I AM ALSO AUENT ' "
For all kjndt of Patent Medicine, Fngliab
French ard Geirr.en Hrrhs. Tchar co, Cigars
and a fine assortment of fiosps, Extract! and
Ture Winco. ' fjune 13, 1855. tl.
And Stage Office,
a MAIN STREET,
". U '; lorroiiTi Tiu post onici,)
McART UR, OHIO,
... ' ' PROPRIETOR.
1 TJASSENGERS who storj at this House.
A con take the Coach eiery morning
i .-.u:n- - n t ..... ' .. . n
' vuciiicukx,.ici uyers oianou, inence uy Kail
.Rpait; also, every morning for Athens,
other points South and East.
The proprietor assures all who favor
with call, that no mean will be soared
4 make them comfortable and at charges
sort tne times. tunr "V e.j
liniiojters of.and Iielirin
HAEBWAKE AND CUTLERY
SIGN OF T HE ' FROM ST.
" ' PORTSMOUTH. OHIO.
..WE will duplicate hills with any jcgular
jobbing House in the . West, i Cour. try mer
ihantp.fnriiaof propriftprn, railroad contract
lurti. dpci ouies, tr'isuEae.uieu interests
giving us calj, '
J7.TiS now ah Bfiorinutii nf 'Will "Pun
tlTTordert;Wm dovfjCnrtains, and Fire
....uo. wm. I fail uaiuiv W FOIIWbtitru IU UK
Vest. li.ceU.vr, o, 1 UuiouTIcii,
r TT 4 IT" A K
J, Mi Itl'LAUGIiLIN
JJA IN S 2'... Me A Ii TH I'R, VlllO,
r ." AND tir.AI.EB IN
Clove, Hosiery, &c
AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Nov. 15. 1S55. Iv.
rpUE subscriber having leased the acove
JL House, (.formerly the United Slates lin
tel.) 'aiid'liBving made a complete renovation
pnbre fum'.:lied the house will) new Fumituie
throujdiout, respectively invites the tiaeling
public to give iiiin a call.
Will always con lu in the best that the market
affords, anil r.0 means w ill be spared to make
all uinfortable. JOHN ROW.
t. H th. 1654 . .
: ; Tin, Sheet lion, ami Con:" Warts,
ALSO 11EALEES, WHOLESALE BETA1L, 1M
Stoves, Grates. & olow Ware,
MARKET STREET, EAST SIDE.
Apr-U 1554. ly. .
CBAS. A. U. BA1IABIH. tEWW C. rlAMABIN,
CKAS. A. M. DAMAR1N & CO,,
1 1 9 DEALERS IN PRODUCE.
Ko. 55, Frokt Street,
JanuarvSO. 1&54. Iv.
, ..MIT 1 1 GOOD FltUI!
"Mf R. GRIGGS will ke at McArthur with
ItJL a larce asortment of fruit trees, and
nimental shrubery, which can be obteined
him personally at fcasonabh price i on
28th, 29tb, and 30th, of November. 1&55.
Arid ' lie will also dclTTer to 6ubscr:Jjcrs
20c.s- per tre?, who moy hand their naif.er
.i .n i .... iv: 1 1 :. ... 3i,i
lO ll luiiun iug jij-uuiu: it itiiuiii uuiu,
Vinton furnace, li.P. Hewitt, E. A. Bratton.
McArthur. E, S.GiUGGS.
Oct. 4th, 1855. tf.
SO. 0. PllffNlX, T. M. BAUCOtZ, JXO. BABCOCIC
WHOLESAE: MBS &
' Coniniission Merchants.
No. Ci k J7 Water. Street, NEW cORK.
Tebuary 17, '54. ly.
E. F, BINGHAM
A tl o mej at Law,
McAKTUUK, OHIO, "
V.'iU practice iii Vinton end adjoining coun
ties. CfHce' three doors West ol The Post
OFice. ... . .
Fc!. 1852. ; 31 tf
rCEWlRDlall iXD C03131LSSI0S MERllIANT,
.CEN TEH WHEELING WHARVES
Vv HEELING, VA., & ElUDGErORT,
Has Ie7c and extensive Waie Hiu:b.
. is preportd w ith every fuciliiy, to atim,
all business, entrusted to hi cue, 10
Ha forward freight ly Cor IcetiJ cr c J c
tptembcr 2.1853. . Ir, .; r , . ;
k. l SAMSON,
Attorney at Law,
AID IXAt, IITATI AfllST,
0ARI11LL, JACLKX COESTT, OHIO.
ft ILL tttind ths courts in Jackson,
Vinton, Hoclting, Athens, Msits.
Gallia, Lawrence, Scioto, Pike, and
cou ties. All buitineej entrusted
hit care, will It promptly attended
Persons entitled to Land Warrant,
undr the late ecl of congress, will
well to give him call; as be has pecu
liar facilities for obtaining the seme,
The highest Cosh price paid for Land
Warrants, and Jleal ejtata, bought
sold on reasonable terms. Persons wish
ing to sell Real estate, will consult
their interest by patronising him.
Particular attention paid , to COLLECT
ING. , - . , : ...
Refer to - ' , -. -
Col, Hickha Powias,.0ak Hill;
PaIph Leet, Esq., lfonlon;
. E. F. BiKciiAU, Esq., McArthur; . '
Col. J. W. Davis and
. W. A. Sltthcuuts, Esq., Portinioatli
Oak Hill, Ohio.
JOHN KYSER, Pl'tff,-) la atlacbmeat.
against 1 WCiril action.)
David D. Drake, Deft. J THE DefauJ
ant will take notice that the Plaintiff"
in the above cause, ou the 26th day
November, a. d.) 1855, caused an Ordar
of Attachment to be issued by J. W.
Swepston, Justice .of. the Peace foe Elk
tOWDihip, Y futon county, Ohio, against
the goods, chattels, stocks, interest
stocks, rights, credits, moneys, and af
fects of aa id Defendant n absconding
debtor to satisfy the claim of said
Plain tiff for Fourteen Dollars ith in
terest from the 6th dry of November,
1855, and Tneuiy-fire Dollars ths pro'u
able coat of suit; and that said cant
has been continued for service on said
Defendant, and will be for hearucr b
foresaid Justice at his office in Ale
thur in said lowuship, on the 10th
of January, a. d. 1855, at I O'clock
M.of said day lat aforesaid,
Dec. 13, 65. JOHN KYSER.
Jarvis, ri'tir. (Civil Action.)
against In Attachment.
Bashaba Sollars, Deft. ) THE Defendant
w ill take notice that the Plaintiff in
above case, on the 27th day of November,
IfcoS, caufed au Order of AlUchment to
issued by Robert Aiken, Esq., a Justice of
... r..i l,:.J 1 a I r:-.
i euuc iu, ivauiiuu uMviiaiiip, vincon coun
ty ,phio,Bgainst toe goods and chattels.stotks,
interest in stocks, rights, credits, pqoueys.sud
ell'ects of said Defendant a non-resident
said county, to satisly the claim Of the plain
tiff for twenty-seven dollars and fifty cents.
and twelve dollars me probable costs or suit.
Said cause has been continued for service
said DtdeadanLand will be for hearina before
said Justice at his .office iji.,Richlanii. town
hin. Yiuton coiluU. L-'hld'on tn'iV'r,A
day of Jinmtry, 1S5( trttTcTclOcl t tar '
Vii i9 JJxninT ATJ,
A Pu hi ic In v i tatiom
HAYING jtiit 'UrMipd Wholesale and
. Eetuil II AT TOI!E in Portsmouth,
on Front S. net. between Market and Jefler-
sou. they it. ,iw All to cull and examine their
.,,11; h titi'i Hi s, Straw Cooils, Trunh.f
Xk' Wins, I'U'itl Cu:j, I'mbiilliu if.,
! ( i vu.y DwaiFTio.'J.
i Pun l.epe.s i i.n ut all times find at oures
tiiuliuinfiit a lull unci complete msorimeu
n the richest and most desirable styles, at
well as tin; must coiiiii.cni fabrics. Our long
expt riencf in if business, and knowledge ol
manufacturing, with the facilities for purcha
sing, art; eucIi that we are confident we cun
jell lower liicn any other House in the West.
IT US of all kinds wanted, for which the
hi, best piices w ill be paid.
1'ortsii.oiith, November 4, 1653. ly
ISIjU. Tall Trade. 18!Ja.
YYHOLESA'LE DEALER IN DRY-'
GOODS, CL01H1NG, BOOTS "
AND SHOES. HATS,
CAPS, BUN NETS,
NOTIONS, ' -
trAJNT A TREEC'iCIIILLlCOTIlE'.
IS now pn-paredto supply Men hunts and
Furnace Proprictcis, with all articles in
his line at fair prices and upon reasonable
terms. His stuck is new, la rue, and well as
sorted, and will be sold invariably at Cin
cinnati prices, aug. 30 2in.
No. 1, Front Street,
PTM1E co-partneiship heretofcra existu?3
JL netween me suoscnucrs, unuer ms unn
of Oakts & Euskirk, was this day dissolved
by mutual content. F, J. Oakes having sold
his entire interest to Messrs. Georp.e & Clias.
II. Davis, all claims will he Eettlccl.and debts
collected by JJusKnk Davis, our successors.
F. J. OAKES,
A. YV. BUaiiIRK,
A. yt, BUI-R1KK, CSO. DAVIS, .CIIAS. U.' DAVIS
BISS1RK & DAVIS, :
(Surres-Or of OokfS it Piukirlc.)
rROD'JO rl n CFf, , ,
Eutkvjt JSI-jtl--. flii'Jt SlPlrt-
Januury l'J, lrSl.lf.
M. Si' A 11 H G. D. TfWKWUHV
WeCLEY CTAlf i, ECISS.'
6ESLR I f 0 TH SI I S SI OS HE E I'll AST 3
l ottl i BnU of vVcitern Fro. uo
LEAF TCDAOCO rLCtin, Fr.OV15I3, ka.
N;s. b56cb7S. CHARLES STREET.
ratweeu Pratt-and Camden streets. near
Tobucto Inspection Warehouses,
Liberal advances made on consignments
N. B. We have recently removed to' our
new ami extensive U ureliouscs, upcrt fcoutn
Charles Street; where we have the advantage
ol a Rail Road track ol our own, (coiinectm
our House wiili thoE. & 0. Railway.) am
are thus enabled to receive al our consign
meiitj, w hen tent in car loads, free of Dray
aee. " Ye have, ulno, evey facility for the re
ceipt and sale ot Tobacco, Flour, Piovkious,
and Western Produce, generally. .
We beiuUcorr tt statement of the Markets
moiuhlv, to our Licids, or oUeuer if desired
J una 4U ju l l; r.
. L K.11). WSLt,
V.KCL1SAI.K AND IICTAIL LEALKB IK ;
Itl-G GODS 9 G 0CE11IES,
Ac. Ac., Ac, -
Main Street, McArthur, Ohio:
C. P. 'ifiACT,. T. J. OAKKS
C.P.TRACY & CO,,
Manvfacturers and Whohialt
DEALER IN '
- P.OOTS, SHOES, HATS,
LCA7hR AND FINDINGS.
(nt door below P, Einnry & Co' Rank,
Iront Strut, FOllTSMOVTH, 0. ,
April 27, 1855. ly.
VVilsoiK Chikls & Co.,
... r '
(Svcccsstra to Hampton, WiLcn Co.,)
VV holesale Dealers in
FoKEtGN tu DCWEGTIC DRY-GCODS,
Vecd UfMWrd Streets,-'
AP.E now opening a very complete assort
ment Of Dry Goods, and by the first
September will be able tu exhibit a very el
tractive stock. They respectfully invite
early call from all engaged in the trade.
Aug. 23.'55 3mo.
II, H, JOIIHON,
(SUCCEf SOB TO JOSEI'H )6lE8,).
" SEALER IM 7 '
.Kcilifiil.Taeologitnil, Blank and Ki&ccMa-'
. iuiiiis Eublu, tiUiUuiif ry and Wall Tap t,
' - PA1KT bTBELT, t ' i.
rookj received from the Eastern Mar
ket at their earliest publication, or ordered
STEIN & EROTKER.
Manvfacturers and Wkulnalc dtaltrt
, ' No; 31fi-BALTlilC-P.E STREET,
Betwl::s IIcvAnb aku 'inEitTy.f.Ti
' : ... . BALTIMORE.
, E ju.-t nrreived a good stock of New
Gi ciris.ttiituble for the teason, wnich
ill sell low lor Cui; conaLsting in part,
LOTUS, CASHMLRES, SATINETYS,
MERINOS, DELAINS, ALPACAS,
COREEGS, CALICOES, J-c &c.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Fresh Groceries,
' - frc.. cj c.,. , &c, &e.
-.Flour, Wheat. Corn, Potatoes, cjc, taken
m exclnui-e for Goodsi E. A: Bkatton.
J OH hp, PLYLt
nCLARK AND, PLYLEYj :
IW AUpriies at Law;
Will prsctiie; ill partnerihip in Vinton Cotm
ty. Oliict; lourilooK east ef Sisson & Hul
berf lloteb -, . . ,
. 'J ' ' J ' ' " ' " '
J OB V,6imnreTery description bU
xt?niW .at Qej OCef.
1. 0, lWtTLASHl.
HOOT A SHOE STORE J
SWETLAND & COGSWELL,'
; 0' Ce,iie tl.e McArthur House,
3 ETL'I'N their sincere thanks to their
j. v. numeioiis IrieinU and customers, for
i hit veiy liLeral patror.aue extended to them
in the past ffsscn, and take pleasure in an
nouncing that tl.ey are now receiving at tlietr
Boot ami Shoe LVrot the lamest aim Deu se
lected Stoc k of ; .
licols l Slices
Ever brot'tht to McArthur; coniislingfflj
in port ui.
CZNTLEMENSV BOOTS & SHOES.
Gents.Buckskin Gaiters Utnls.Concress Gait-
ers.Gents Fancy thoes.Gcnts Oxford Pumps.
Gents Enameled Nuhf.ers, Gents Ename.ed
Congress Gaiters; Gcnis Patent Leather Kid
lop I'riuce Alliens, uent3 ratcnt Learner,
Drab Cloth, Kid top, Prime Alberl'6; Gents
Jersey iiucksKin noes, uents Opera Mippers;
tOLether' with everv rarietv of Fine and
Course calf skin, Kip and Morocco Boots and
Shoes. Also, Ladies L'oors add hoes;
Ladies Buskin Gaiter Boots, Ladies' enamel
ed Jenny Lind's R, It., Ladies' Morocco Jen
uy Lnul s u. H., Lailter Congress baiters,
Ladles I'uncy Jennv Ltncl bhoes, Ladies -a
in. filed ' Morocco Slices, Ladies Victoria
Fancy hoes Ladies' Fancy Top Boots, Lj
aics' Fancy Iluskius, bronzed tops, Ladies'
ISlue Ltuits, Lnclies Colored bunuer S Gaiters.
Also: Missies Cools and Shoes, Misses Kid
Bcots and Gaiters, Misses Fancy colored
Gaiters, Misses enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Llnlilrend ilcnisand hoee, Clnlurens ralf,
i eted, ShoCs, ChildreiiB' Fancy shoes. Chil-
cliens' Fancy Gaileis. ami every other variety
of Ladies', misses' ond chihlreua' wear, Fine
and Coarse, : j . ; '
We. hat any number of Workmen en-
csted,; that is netessary. and aie presared to
Jill, orders a( the shortest notice.
DTfAIl of our Goods will be sold at pri
ces that will give satisfaction. Call and ex-
n.ins lor joursces-
lQ5&J:t. - NEW STOCK OF 31855.
YANKEE t NOTIONS! ' V
: ' LATE ARRIVAL!! . .
J. have just received my Spring Stock
j comprising a great vorietv of FANCY
ami STAPLE NOTIONS. Dealers and
ethers are invited to call before . purch
asing elsewhere, as they will find a com
:ea assortment, and at prices that will
compare with any Establishment of the
kirn! in this'feciion of the country'
Tliu f'i'lloi.i'g articles compiise a part
of my ejtsusive assortment; ,;
50 pjcln pins.
00,000 'peycttsjion cps.
00 doien spool cotton,
0 groEH; buttons. , .
..0 dozen suspenders '
50 lb skein cotton, '
2 Hi sewing silk,
lb f.vitt silk.
300 gross hooks and ejes. . ,:
CO dozen-razor strops.
5C0 dozen combs, all kinds. : k 4
20 reams cap, letter, and note papr(
30,000 envelopes; , .
00 dozen tupes, ' ,
SO dozen fJ3pj. ; .-. . ' ..
0,000 Qsh hocks.. n "J
5 gross fish Hues,
0 grossi lead jpencjl! , - , ,
00.000. needles, , . ,'.
CO bundles wafers. ; j . .
0 dozen knives. .. . . .
i0 dczeu scissors, :
.0 gross spoons, i . . ;
30 gross jews harps.
1 gross French hqrps. t
T0 dozen, slates, ; t- .... ;, '
g000 slate pencils., -
.0 gross thimble j,. . .'
OO.dozcji porte morjaies.
""OO lb patent thread.
2ornelian charms and lings. , , t
Jet bracelets. ,
Ladies' work boxes end re'.icutei., ' '
Fine hair brushes and combs. ' ..
Gutta percha. pulf and long combs. .
S, S S and S S S fine combs.
Skirt ar.d dress whalebone f t .
orset and shoe laces. '
stilettoes, elastics and sleeve bands,
Teeth and nail brushes,
Steel pens and holders.
Linen 6c cotton, floss crochet cotton-
Zephyr worsted and needles. . '
Gold finger apd. ear rings. ,
Gold, plated and common jewelry; and
otne r.arucies too numerous. to; articu
iarr. . : f. . . ; . .
: CIGARS AND TOBACCOf. ,
Dealers and others purchasjng C'gars
will find. the largest Stock in the City,
varying from 65 to 630 per M. 'As all
the, fine cigars are manufactured 09 "the
premises, pprcjiasers of fine cigars mYy
depend upon getting the quality of ci
gar tlify pay for, as satisfaction is guar
anteed iji ,4I cases. Also on ha'nJ,
Cavendish. and tine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Pipes, 4jc, at the Cheap. Notion
Store next to ha Valley Banfi, Second
Street, r :..( . R. DAVISO.'
Cuillicotue, 0., March 2, 1S55. '
M- DAVIS, :
WATER ST., CIIILLICOTHE, OHIO
S JOULD beg leave to renounce to the
y citizens of Ros and adjoining Coun
ties, tliat he has opeued out a new apd
Complete Hock of fall and wintergobds,
Fpjecierl trnin the best foreign and do
me' lie fabrics, which he will sell
v. hcdesiile end retail prices, lower than
uy ever offered in this part of the counr
try. jic has also a full and complete
t ssortfuent of furnishing goods of al
description nd quality. AIsq op com
a splendid lot of woolen under
shins, and drawers, which he wil
whole ssle'al New' York prices; ha re
trains from puffing or praising.'- "C
and see for yourselves, .ud be convince
hat you vvill make money by' purcha
.ing at the Phoenix Block; don't forge
he place, .2 coprs . west of Fsjlerton'
Id stand pn Water 6tret, ,
' A few first rate pant and vest makers
wsnted, to wboni the highest 1 prices
will Ba paid oeti 18th'55.r4ni
E. A. BRATTON
, ! IT
Attorney at Law;;
dhu tto num.. .
, , , ii.-a.p.i.xicjv, umui i
W'.ecii Vinton 'and adjoining
1. Ayvyv ics oi wool , it anieq.
t.Tj WJSLlU) buy all tUwbU carl 'jet,' al
For th rjil4 Cur of " " - -
forens, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CR0FP, ASTn.111, asd ,
THIS remedy is oflcered to the com
munity ib the cnuliuence we teei in
an a rt tele which teldorn fails to realize
the hemppiest effects that can be desir
ed. So wide is the field of its useful
ness and numerous the casts of its cures,
that almost erery section of the country
abounds in persons, publicly known,
who Jiav been resaored from alarming
and tveu desperate diseases of the
lunggs, by its ure. Wherrnce'trled its
superior! t, over every other medicine
of its kind, is too spparent to escape
observation, and wheie its Virtoes ire
known, the pubtic no longer hesitate
what antidote to employ for the distres
sing and dangerous affections of the
pulmonary organs, wulcn are Itictuent
to our climate,
Nothing has called louder lor the ear
nest euquiry of mediial men, then the
afarrcing prevale'ne and fatality of con
sumptive complaints, nor has any one
class of diseases had more'of their in
vestigitions and cate. But as yet no
adequate remedy has been provieed, ou
which the public routd depend lor pro
tection from attacks upon the respira
tory orgaus, until the introduction of
the Cherry Pectoral. This article is
the product of a long, laborious, and I
believe 'successful endeavor, to furnish
the community with such a 'remedy.
Of this last strtement the American
people are now themselves prepared to
judge, and 1 appeal with confidence to
their decision.' . It there is any uepen-
dence to be placed in what men .of
every cla6s and station certfy tl has
done for them, if w can trust our own
senses, when we see' dangerous affec
tions of the' throat and lungs yield to it,
tf we cm depend en the assurance of
lutelligent, Physicians, wlio-makaui
their buisness to know, in short, if
there is any relanee upon anything,
then is it irrefutable proven that this
medicine does relieve and docs cure the
class of diseases it is designed for, be
youd ny andjall others that are known
to mankind. If this be true it cannot
be toojreely published, nor be loo wide
ly known.; The afflicted should know
it. "A remedy that cursec, is priceless
to them. Parent should t no nit, their
children are -priceless to them. All
should know it,- for health can repriced
to no one.1 Not only should il b cir
culated here, but evety whera.not only
in this country, but in all countries.
How faithfully we have acted on this
conrtt'tion, is shown in the jact that
already this article has mad the circles
of the globe The siti niver sste on its
limits, No continent is without it.end
but few peoples, Although not in so
general use lit oilier nations as in Vnt-,
it is employed!') the moreintelligcnt in
almost all civili;cd countries. It is ex
tensivcly emplojed in both America
in E'urope, Asia, Africa, Austrailia and
the; fir off islands of tho; fee. Life is
as dear to its possessors there as hete,
and they grasp at valuble. Kmedy
with ev6n more avidity, Unlike mutt
preparations of it3 hind, it in en expen
sive composition of costy material.
Still il is afforded lo the public a'.
reasonably low price, end what is of
vajtly more imparlance to them, its
qualify. is never suffered lo decline from
its original standard of excellence.
Every bottle of this' mepicine, npw
manufactured, is as good as ever has
been make heretofore, er as we are capa
ble of making. No toil or cost is spar
ed; in maintaining it in the best per
fection which it is possible to produce.
Hence the patient1 who procures ih
geiruiiie .CbeT'ry Pectoral, can rely on
hating as good and article as has ever
beerj had by those who -testify to; iu
cures. ; r.L :
By p8rchfnx this cusa.I have'the hops
of doint?" some good in the orId,as well
as1 the satisfoction-of vtelieTingl.ttal
tniich has beeu done already, - . - y
Prtpartd by J. C. AYER, Practical
and Analytical Chemist,: Lowell,
Masai c .'.''v :- '
Sold bv GEO. B. WILL andE. Ai BRAT
TON. McArthur, O.: J. Vorbes, Abpany;, R
Culow, Logan; Dr, J. H. C. Miller, . Jackson
j. i.., miu uy , acoicis . 1,1 iiuitiiiu titij
Julyy.'55 lmo.1 '
CHAS; A. M. DAMAKJN tv Oo
RECEIVED direct fwniNaw Orleans, ,
575 hhds fair to prime N. O. Sugar; ,
.1 20 v ' clarified ' do. s
169 bis loaf, crushed & pulverized sugar:
j 54 Vs white Havana, for candy and syr-
ups; ''., . "'. .! ;
i 233?bls?J. O.Molases; ' V : 1 ' '
rm. ' 1 T 1, L - - - . TT
10 y uo-oi. James ciiuicc sugar n, mo
I , lasses '.' ;
i 100. do I Common sugar II. molasses. '
d 10 do , Golden syrup; . ' ' -
.B5,terice5 ' '
300 bags Rio and Java coffee; ' '" ' 1
together with a full and completed
stock pf, . . '. , '""
W.ooiwAHBT-l5uckets, tub, zine washboards,
btooms, &c s '. :
, Fboit8 (5c yTS Figs, rasins' almonds pe
cans, E, Walnuts, filberts; Brazil nut's; &c,
jSpiCEs 'Groupd and inigrouud Pepper;
alspices; cinnamon; cloves; ginger; nutmegs:
f'i8it7-ma,ckeralj dried herring, codfish;' sar
dines: w , . ' j ' - 1 1
; Teast-A Jarge stock of fresh imperial; Y:
Hj sou; gunpowder and black tea: ",
1. Tobacco Fives: eicht a'nd ftoiind ,;n1ii
good Virgjiiia, 3issouri and Reritucky brands
also, Gedge tf- Bro'a end other uobd 1 brands
of 6 twist tobacco! ' " vi.Ui
Dyji-STUfs Indigo; copperas madder and
ilumt, V, '- ,!l i
pc p dbiet soap; candle, starch, ehocolatej
saleerjatus; super carbonafeof soda; -epsom
salt; !,leadj; sbpl; warpping papefj'dcc&ci '
IVe wfll sel at; tfre lagtilar Cinciiluatti
wholesale, prices: :i' -ri av-M 1 '
V. A. . UAJUhlxlJi CC W
. Portsmouth. Anril II. 1854a .-:(l
; rWOOLl fVb'Llt L y
lb ol iror.1ttttifQ.
J.;;K.:.4' D. WILL -
ABE now receiving sndopenin? the larg
est and best selected stock ol '
FALL AND WIME GOODS ;
er, brougnt. to mis maiaci. jii senior
ar'tuer having sj ent considerable time in !i
cities ql Baltimore, Philadelphia,' Naw urk
and Boston iu selecting and purchasing, and
having paid careful atlention to the latest
style, and moil improved patents of all ar
ticles of drefS gocnls anil wearing spparel.
they are confident their slock cannot be ur-
pu.-ed, eillier in uiapiltuue or variety ni .
styles by any in thia couitiry. It consists in
part S3 follows; 1 Lad n' Dress Goods, and
shawls of evarv variety mid stvle: Clot's.
Cassimere s and I Tweeds ol all kinds; Ready
Made Cloihing of every description, for men
and boys; an extensive assortment of Hats,
Caps, Boots and oboes; Hardware, Uueens
waie, a verv larte stock if Groceries, Wall
and Window Paper, and rr complete assort
ment ol Notions, trimmings, c. Iu snort
their stock ia complete in every department,
and w ill positively be sold at the lowest pri
ces. . Produce of all kinds wanted. .
i-j ,t -1 ' 1 .
rii. . iu-11.
' ' ' 1 : r
rpilE undersigned desire'egain to tender
JL their thanks to their numerous eu-tom-
ers for past favors; and .advise them ef the .
fact, ttiat tneyare uow receiving end Open
ing at tl.cj Puck corner, a Large and Splend
id Stock of FALL AND WINTER DRY
UUOVS, consisting of cerv variety and
quality, suited to the wants of -their custom
ers and toe community; wiucn tney pieuo
"ifnselves to tell asou as they can be bougiit
". ltta or any ol the western markets. They
ill not boast, brag, or banter, but they du
not intend lo It txctlled in qantity and quali
tu of their Goods, neither do they intend la
he undersold, ...-.,
And while inviting the attention of their
customers to the prosiecls which are ahead,
they dw ire to remind ihetn of tLe fact, that
some of them are in the arreri that ''shoit
reltlemenls make long friends." That their
Auction Notes, end long standing account
should now be paid. And in view of the
abundance of the crops, and means wlncli
ate at their command, it is hoped they will '
pay up tha old score, or at least utile I'
nou. end commence anew,
. SHADES ii REYNOLDS. '
sep. 13. '55-tT. :
i n h h s n Rnnr sthr p.
H, H. JOHNSON, (successtir to Josepti
Jones) keeps constantly on hand a.
li O OA'S, S TA TIONER Y, WA LL
Which he will sell at Eastern fries!. It is
his design to afford Country Merchants, and
purchasers geuerallysuch facilities for sup
plying the unset ves with every article in hi
line, as they have not heretofore enjoyed.
Additions are now btin" made to his slock, 1
which will make one of the Largest aud Ja
in the Western country.
As a mere outline, his stock will be found '
lo consist of '
BOOKS Medical. Scientific, Law, Theolog
ical, r.chool, Blank end Miscellaneous.
STATIONERY Lettc r, Cap, Bill and Not
ENVELOPES -Buff, Embossed and Plain
White, and Governnieut, '
WALL PAPER -A heavy and well s!ect4
stock, at prices ranging from 8 ce-au.
to $1,50 per bolt. A'.o. Border of
the greatest varietv, and Window
. , Blinds. ' . .
BLX K. LOOKS Ledgers Journals. Day
Books, and Time Books, all of evtry
style. J I
PERIODICA LS Those issued Monthly, tnl
MATS l.arp Maps of both Hemispheres ani
' of the UniteiV States; Small Map cf
each -of tho Western States, aui of
FANCY ARTICLE of different kinds.
ALSO Slates. Copy Books, Copper Plata1,
Pencils, Gold end Steel Pens, Ink of
all kinds, Inkstand, Wafeja, &c. cVc.
All ot which wiii be sold low. at Whole
sale and Retail at Joiihsns's Boos SionE,
Jones' old stand, Paint St., Chillieothe, Ohio.
Decembers. Ie5.f.ly. ,
R. LLOYD k CO.,
Wnoi.ssAi.r coot 3; snore WAnsnos ta
5o, I. Ilitttfje Rlcik, Frrr.i Street,
HAVE just received their extensive Fall
Stock, consisting of all the latest styles
and fashions. Our stock having been pur
chased direct from the manufacturers, prin
cipally for cash, with great care in the se
lection pf ouality and sizes adopted to tha
Western trade, we are enabled to offer su
perior inducements this Fall, and are deter
mined not to be undersold by any regular
lioiite either in New York,. Philadelphia or
Baltimore. . ;
In addition to our exlenfivc stock of B00U
and !in:s will be found a'lbrge arid well se
lected stock of ; v :. .! .1 ? 1
ijats g caps;
" 6uit'ab'e for the Fall end Winter Trade.
Merchants and Furnace Owners visiting our
city are invited to call end ciawipj for them
selver. . ' - -
To the Ladies. We are now manufactur
ings superior article of . laidies' and Missei'
Gaiters' Buskius and Slippers.' Having pro
cured some of the best workmen in the W est,
we are pnJnared to supply those who want
custom worV " -..-.
' Leatheh. One 'Thousand lbs, Red Sola
Leaihet,l2.001bs,No. 1 White Sole Leather,
3C dozen French calf Skins, 25 dozen Craw
ford's Skjhs, U) dozen Kip Skins; Upper
leather and Shoe.! Findings ; always pn hand
and forsalp at t fie lowest market price
January 20. 1654. ; v 1 y.
IF YOU CA L YOU WILL BOY.
JOHN S, HAWKi
MJVIN STREET,- McARTHUR, OHIO,
Dealer Jn all kind of '
DRY pOODS, GROCERIES,' HARD
,,VARE, Q.UEENSWARE', ' HAT8,
APS. BONNETS, BOOTS tj- ''
i PHOES. .READY-MADE , "J
LOTH1NG, IRON & " '
: JSA1LS, &c.-; Also
v. Agent for .- , -LOUDON
& Co's. POPULAR FAMILY
MEDICINES,. 7. 7
IS just receiving from Cincinnati, one of the
Largest a.id best selected slocks of New,
Fashionable and.- . " .'." ",'
r it ,:. CHEAP GOODS,
Ever brought to McArthur, expressly for the
Winter trade, which he is determined to sell
on the most reasonable; terms...- ... t
Ju6t eall and see my .New. 'Goods' before
,) .Bring along your, Produce,' or in ' (lie) way
of Barter fie will give you fisgood bargains a
though youhiought the Cash. .,. J ''
Njveii.be; 17, ib54. 1st, c. ly. . "K'
TTOT1CE; I have received a lot of &bun.
i'. dleffFRUll TREES ir mv? Warehouse,
,111. I - i ti tiiiniiT ii a
Javilnur'Viuton cmaiY Obit).
aaaressea mi a . iAtt ii,oicAr7irf. .
corjoiy.Obid.. 7 Tilery
Kav'.J D. SMART.
I11 5-"'CiiJjfcoHBl OWre Jo.Qfl ''.a