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Co, when the morning shlneth, Go, who ii the moon is bright, Co, when the eve declinelh, Coin the hush of night; Go, with puremind and feeling, Fling earthly thoughts away, And, in thy chamber kneeling, Do thou in tecret pray. Remember all who love thee, All who are loved by thee; Pray for thoee who hate thee. If any such there be; Then for thyself in meekness, A blessing humbly claim. And link with each petition 1 he groat Redeemer's name, Orif 'tis e'er denied thee In solitude lo pray., Should holy thoughts come o'er thee, When friends aie round thy way, E'en then the silent breathing Of the spirit raised above, Will reach his throne of glory, Who is Mercy, Truth and Love. Chi not o joy or blessing; With this can we comoure, The power that he hath given U To pour our souls in prayer. Whene'er thou pin'st in sadness, Before his footstool f ill, And remember in thy gladness, His grace who gave thee all. From the N. Y. Statesman, of 1821 The following beautiful stanzas were liandcd to us by a Iriend n lew da) s since He did not know tlie author; nor do we recollect ever to have read them before. The nolo of the transcribcrremarked that these lines uro the proJuciion jf no ordi limy mind, to which every one will as sent. Tim picture was undoubtedly aug fested by one of the finest passages in Hamlet; but 4ho thoughts are happily con ceived and elegantly expressed. A FRAGMENT: FuVNC IN A SKELETON CASSt. BEHOLD this ruini was a scull, Once of athereal spirit lull! That narrow cell was life's retreat! This spaee Was thought's mysterious sent ! What beauteous pictures (ill'd this spot? What dreams of pleasure long lorgotT Hoi love, nor joy, nor hope, nor fear, Has left one trace or record here ! Beneath this mouldering canopy Ouce shone the bright and busy eye But stint nut at the dismal void! Ifaociai love that eye employ 'd, If with no lawless fire ituleam'd, But through thodow of kindness beam'd, That rye shull be forever bright, When stars and suns havo lost their light ! Here, in this silent cavern, hung That ready , swift, and tuneful Sungae, If falsehood's honey it disdaiuM, And where it could not praise, was chain'd If bold in virtue's cauoe it spoke, Yet senile concord never broke, That tuneful tongue shall plead (or thee, When death unveils eternity! Say, did these fingers delve the mine, Or with its envied rtibcshine? To hew the rock or wear the gem, Can nothing now avail to them: But if the page of truth they sought, t)r comfort lo the in lurnertofonght, Tiiese bunds u richer meed shall claim Than all that waits on weullhor fume, Avails it whether, bare or shod, These fet the path of duty trod? If from the bowers ( joy ihey fled, To soothe afflii'lioilV hamble. bed. I1 grandeur's guilty bribe they spurnM, And horn i to virtue1 lap return 4, Tlicse feet With angel's wings shall vie, And tread the palace ol the skyl NOTICE ALL parsoB indebted to ihe estate of Jatm-s H innn, late of Carroll county, rlori-ated, me hereby notified lo tniike iin WasMnts) payment : and all persons having rfitirns against said estate, of said decias fd, are requested to present them legally tiuthenUealed for seitleiaont, within ono year from the date hereof. PHBiRM NNNA, AdmV JOHN M'CORMICK, Adm'r. Jan. 20th ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE VJOTJCB is hrreby given, ilmt all per sons indebted to the cstiileol Charles Brown la to of Harrison Township, Car roll county, Ohio, deceased, are required (0 make immediate aeltlemont with the aubsciibcr; and nil who have claims n gaint said rsiHto will present them legal 4s (M'ni'n for settlement within twelve months from this date WILLIAM FINCH, AdmV of CHARLES BROWN, dec. Nov. 27.h, 1835. J. G. KENNEDY informs the riti Yen of Carrollton and his customers iners, generally, that ho has removed to the bui ding on Market street, one door Wet of the Post Ollico, and nearly op rosio Mr. Kendull Jackson' Store- where he is preparer1 l ) do H kinds of work in the TAILORING Line, in the neatest manner and (.on the most ac commodaung terms. N. B. J.G. Kennedy has juat recciv d Wilaon's (New York) Report of Fash Jons for the spring and Summer of 1835. Carrollton, May 1, 1S35. TERMS. HE CARROLL FREE PRE3S, is published every Friday by Pkahce ajh Christy, at $2 per annum, payable half yearly in advance; if payment be de layed until after the end of the year $2, 50 will be charged. Advertisements not exceeding one square will he inserted three weeks for one dollar, four dollars for six months, and eight dollars per year, Communications must be postpaid. PROSPECTUS For the continuation of the CARROLL FREE-PRESS. fflftHE interest ef Wiiliara Johnston , Esq. in this establishment, having been transferred to John Christy, the Free Press will in future be conducted by Pearce & Christy. The political co pit xion ofthis paper will not be changed the editors Deing nrm in ineir oeiermi- uation to preserve its neutral character. The transfer from Mr Johnston to Christy, has been made with the hope of ensuring the continuation of a newspaper m Car. rollioir. And with this view, the editors appeal to the people of the county fur a patronage equal to the merits ana tmpor lance of iheir en'erurise. One of the ed itors being a practical printer, and naving determined to devote his time exclusively to the interest of the paper, it is conn lent' Iv hoDed that, with a reasonable incteaso of their subscription list, ihe Carroll F ree Press may be continued lo the mutual ad vantage of both subscribers and publish ers. Of the convenience and necessity of a public Journal, published at the county seat, every citizen of the county must be convinced; and the editors trust that, the people of Carroll will sustain them in their efforts to promote public good, ana to se cure an honest maintenance. Term3. The Free Press will ho pub lished every Friday morning, at Two Bo I lars per annum, payable half yearly in advance. If payment be delayed untt after the end of the year, $i 50 will be required. But as payment in advance is lor Ihe interest of all parties, this mode is reipectfullv recommended. Advertisements inserted at the usual rale. All communications addressed to the Editors must be post paid. J. PEARCE fcJ. CHRISTY. Carrollton, Carroll Co. O Sept. 1635 Dissolution of Partnership. niHB Partnership lately existing be ts tween Johnston and Pearce, as pub lishers of the Carroll Free Press, has been dissolved by consent All who have claims against the late firm, are reo,uested to pre sent their accounts for settlement, to J. Pearce, lo whom all debts due the firm must ho paid without unnecessary delay. VM. JOHNSTON, JOH.N PLHRCE. Carrollton Oct. 1853 2T0TI0B-. HIIE undersigned, appointed a coni mittee lo contract with competent workman, to build a church at Km Big Spring, wish to lake proposals lor ihe erection of the earn., the ensuing summer the size is 45 by 55: the wall is to be of brick, 15 feel high, the first contract to enclose the house aud lay the under floor. The place of building, is ten mile west of Carrollton Monroe Township, Carroll county Ohio, fur further particulars en quire of the committee. A IKON ELLIOT. 1 JOHN BARK, PETER EICK, JOSEPH CULLERS, NATHANIEL HAYDEN, J 3 3 I January. Nth, 13. ADMJNIST11A TOR'S NOTICeT VI, I. persons having claims against the folate of John McKnight late of Monroe Township Carroll county, de. ceased, are hereby notified to present tho fame legally proven for settlement with. in one year from this date, and all (ho e indebted to tho estn'e are required o inakeiinmediate payment. ELLIS WILKIN Administrator. January 8th JS35. EXECUWRS iW'Yt E. NOTIOE is hereby given , that all who are indebted to the estate of Elijah Moore late of Orango township, Carroll county, Ohio, deceased, are required to make un mediate payment to the subscriber; and all w ho have legal claims against said estate, will iircseRt thorn properly provon for srtttlement, within twelvo months from this dato. THOS. CUMMINGS, Executor. January 1st, 1830, MILL STONES. PAIRS LAUREL HILL MILL STONES, of various sizes, from 4 feet to 26 uches. Just received and for sale by JOHN RHEY, No, 8, Wood street, Pittsburg. June 1835 8. Mokely and It. M'Clnve, Atiormei ana Lounituors at Law, H AVTNG lormed a partnership in their profession, will practice to1 gelher in Carroll county, Ohio. R. McCLAVE may be consulted at his office in Carrollton, or S. STOKELY in S'.cubenville, and in all cuses thd re. Miner of the one wtllengngo the service of the other. Carrollton, Sept. 1834. V. JOHHBTON, Atlotpey and Counsellor at Law, and solicitor in Chancers, HAS removed his Office 10 the room lately occupied as the Auditor's Office, Carrolltor, Carroll county, Ohio, April 10, 1835 Fourth Year of Waldie'f Library. BOOKS BY MAIL! Prospectus of two new Volumes fer ISM. nnHREE vears have now elapsed JL since the proprietor of Waldie's Select Circulating Library laid before the public his original prospectus for a valuable library, the great features of which were cheapoens, ana me ia cility ef a rapid transportation by mail. The most ample success has attended the enterprise, and the electa upon tha reading community, it is be lieved, have been wholesome. The lourth year will co mmence on the first Tuesday ot January lt3b, at to which period it wilt be necessary determine the additional amount of copies to be printed, subscriptions be- irg taken only Irom January ot eacn year. 1 he entire success ot ine Li brary is the best guarantee that can fin aivpn nf its continuance. It was the first to supply hooks by mail at a mere percentage oi tnetr lormer cosi it has outlived more than thirty pur ile attempts atimitalion; and has now an extensive list of patrons who are of the most solid and valuable class of citizens in every part of theUnion, as well as in foreign countries. The object of Waldie's Library, its se and its purpose, is enjoyment liberal and intellectual. To all who love a mental banquet, without being compelled to depend on places of pub lie resort, this publication furnishes a most valuable desideratum, supplying polite literature of chsrscler to enlarge and improve Ufa mind. The time and attention of the editor, himself a reader from inclination as well as du ly, are devoted to the procurement of works of an elevated stanaard ot imei led wich may be admitted into every family without hesitation by the most fastidious, and become a rallying point for all its members, promoting social belles lellres reading and con versation, the veriety thus collected from the whole mass of published works, mostly new, embraces Biogra phy, Novels, Voyages and Travels, Sketches, Tales, and Select History, personal memoirs of extraordinary in dividuals, and curious adven'ure, &c. fee. In amount equal to fif y Lon don duodecimo volumes is thus annu I ; y furnished in weekly numbers at a cost only equal to one of the London works. The plan thus embraces the whole range ol popular literature, and ilre work has now become so univer sally diffused in every part of the Urn on as lo form no inconsiderable por tion of literature of ihe country, and with which an acquaintance has be come really necessary for those who mix in society. The Library as now conducted dis seminates book to all parts of the country in from five to six weeksafter their issue in London. Five dollars p-r annum expended in this way will siimilv a-ood reading for a whole cir cle or family; for a cent and a half a day, postage included, a duodecimo book is sent every week, making in Ihe courso of the year nore than three volumes of Rees's Cyclopedia. One volume of the Library, eontaining from fifteen to twenty entire works, can be bound at an expense little ex cteding that of binding either sepa rately, and constitutes a concentrated collection forming a never failing re souree of amusement and instruction, and which must alwaysbe worth the piice Ihi t has been paid for iL The most ample testimony has been spon laneously afforded that this work has contributed, to the pleasure of thou sands, who but for the resource it af forded, must have been left with minds unoccupied, or thrown into unprofha ble and uncongenial society. This immense supply of periodical reading has thus been welcomed every where as a meant of improvement, aud a sub stitute for the small talk of idle listless ness so apt lo employ a large portion of the time of the many. Waldie's Library is published eve ry Tuesday, accompanied by a cover of four quarto pages, entitled, The Journal of Belles Lettres, containing reviews of new books, literary intel ligence of all kinds, tales, lists of new hnnic. Sf. ihui combininsr theadvan- J o tageaof a Library, and amusement of a magazine and newspaper; the whole for $5 ner annum, or clubs of five in dividuals obtain five copies for $20, a . B 1 reduction wntcn pays me postage. Payment always in advance, tVaidit's Port Folio and Companion to the Library, 9H This periodical contains half as much matter as (he Library, at half its price; or both are furnished to clubs of five for $Ci. Its contents consist of a reprint of the beat matter from the London Magazines and Reviews, more especially Chamber's Edlnburg Journal, Its object is popular in struction and amusement, combined in such a manner as to enlist the feel ings of every member of the social eir ele. It enjoys an extensive circula tion; price to single subscribers not taking the Library, $9 50, pottage paid. 0A"Vry HflWetHnumtrarrot com pteteseta of Library and Port FoliosrapHE 9Uhscriber offers at private sale I at the original subscription price, may be had for a short period. The Libra ry has been published three years anu the Port Folio one; an individual may i.i i L! ir ...i i... now lorm a c.uB oy nisnami, uy paying for ihe past three years and ihe volumes for 1836 of the Library and (he Port Folio for 1835 and 1836, j, ' l1 or (he whole can be had for 5520. this an amount of matter may be pro " - niir.il utkiok nntvlii? annrnhation has t.l iiivii I V r stamped as truly valuable and unique J I . t J TL!. JJIam of its kind. This privilege must however, be of brief continuance. Address, post paid, ADAM WALDIK, Seventh, two doors South of Ches- nut street, chiiaa,. The Museum of Foreign Literature snd Science, price $6 00 per annum, (he Library and 1'ort olio will De ait supplied for $12 00. THIRD VOLUME OP THE AND WliSTKKN HOUTICUI.TUItIST In presenting a prospectus for the third volume of the Ohio Parmer to the publicj the Editor conceives it unnecessary to enter into a mioute detail of its charac ter and object. These have been cleurlv '.I .11. U.-JVV., - nvinnal ai.pn its 1 u , 1 1 b i t in I'm ,mi t . nnd from the hijjh testimonials received from Agriculturists anu iiorucuiiurisia 01 ure j . . u : . O ------ first standing aud intelligence, he is not without a hope that his labors havo been . . . I . rlV. - of some service to the cause of Western Agriculture, and that there has been, ut least partial satisfaction lo thoee who pat ronise the work. 'There was never a period of deeper in terest to the cultivators of the soil in Uie great valley of the Mississippi limn the present. There never was a lime when intelligence could be put to better uses when knowledge was of greater advan tage. It is the era ofadvaucement in the art and science of (he cultivation of the earth, and the improvement of useful ani mals. And he who lefusesto keep pace with the limes, by inlorming nnsuit oi what is transpiring around him, will Io?se more than hilf the pleasures and advan ages ol his own age Tho certainty ofa ready market and a rich reward lor all the productions of the earth should be a double slimulent to increase the quanti iy. ' The OHIO FARMER will be devotwfl loOiUUi.-VAi, Essays, and article select ed from the best works, and occasionally illustrated by ENGRAVINGS, No agri cultural work ever published in the West hue been so liberally supplied with origi nal urlicles, the most of which havo been copied and received a wide circulation in other papers 'The culture of soil im provement of am nals of garden vegetables- of Agricultural implements, and Geology Botany, Chyinisiry, Vct &c. will receive due attention. SILK - As the culture ofthis new ar ticleC wealth and industry, ts exciting universal interest through the whole coun try, we contemplate devoting a sufficient portion of the Volume of ihe Farmer to this subject, lo give all new beginners a fair start, who may wish to enter into die business, either on a larze or a small scale, from the sowing of the mulberry seed t the reeling and manufacturing of the cocoons, cokmi ing ice. Each Volume of this paper is furnish cd with a Title Page and Index, express ly for binding, and will make about 200 pages, The :t number ot the i niru Volume will be published on the 1st day of January, 1M36 CONDITIONS. The Farmer is published twice a month at 1,00 in advance. All notes on sol vent IJ.mks receivetl. Payment may be made at our risk, free of postage. Per sons obtaining 5 subscribers nnd lorward ing the money, shall receive a copy for their trouble. Cc5-Editors, who wish to receivo the 'Aird Volume will please publish the n bove, and forward their papers for ex Change, n . , one Culuiribvs, Oino, ovemnar, ioo-- P00K3T-B:0E lOSTi LOS T in Carrollton, or somewhere in this vicinity, asmall leather P. cket-Book much soiled by use, containing six dol lars in money the same being one bank billof$3,cneol,1!tl;apdtwo dollars in silver; with several notes of hand amoun ting (us nearly as rero'.lected,'; to twenty nn ilollarj. A reasonable Rewaiid will be given to any person who may have found said pocket book, and will return it with il contents to the subscriber JOHN SALMON. Dec. 18th, 1835. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP rrniE Firm of McDowell if McElder JL ry hna been dissolved by mutual consent. Notice, therelore, is given to II who are indebted to said firm, that Ihe undersigned have placed their com- any Books, INo'es, Cfc. in ine nanus 01 Pparrn. in Carrollton. with whom set tlement must be made before the 20th of t must be made bctore the itn oi ber next, otherwise collections Niivpmt will iiAAinritv be made vithcosls. ALEXANDIiai wicuvmciiL., ROBERT McELDERRY. Carrollton, October 23, 1835. J n.IT.'f T UI.ANK DEEDS FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE) Town Lots ON THE SANDY if BEAVER CAN AL !IA or iU IO"" Addition to the town of WAYNESIUJUH. Stark Counto, Oil's. These Lota are beautifully situated im- mediatelv on the Canal, (at the point - , - - J SJi nart . alom' a bluff which affords the most commanding and advantageous sites fur lur ADffuniTSBa War I lie centre of tl .1 II .u. i.,. ,bere will be u large and com .1 I1LH I'' L " ' " uihich inMtkw iili HIUUIUU9 MrtWl" " - p.- the natural advantages of the situation, II I .1 iLa, Mndt Juoixo-Wlu Qltd will render these the most desirable and valuable Lots on the Canal. Waynes burgh is situate in ihe midst of a fertile and populous country, and, in the opin ion of commercial men, promises lo je come ihe most important point on the Smdy and Beaver Canal. Persons de sirous lo make purchases of lots in a place every way eligible for business, will do well to call on the subscriber, who will make the terms known, and warrant the title to purchasers ANDREW HAMILTON. Wayncshiinjh, Oct 10th, 1835. -w tivoccvv Slore. milK s.ilmeriher has msl received and , ... -,. ---- is now opening, ia the Wti2 white house formerly occupied by Dr. I fronting the Public Square, a well Palton, selec tt( supply ol GROCERIES, Consisting in part, of 'Teas, Sugar Cof VUH..V"i ' ' D fan Mnlflfifi Markarel. 'Tobacco. Se gars, Spices, Pepper, Ginger aud lodigo, L.eao, rowuer nno ohui, oun, ui .ii r I ..L It , I I i ,j ing, A Hum, Pearlash, Cotton Bitting Rmsins, Confentionaries &c. &c. All i I 1 ...III .. .-II n U.. ful ratctnu of which he will sell on the most reasona ble terms for cash, or approved co miry produce. S. C. MARKER. Carrollton, De.4ih 1835 A DM1 A IS '1 'U A 'WHS iU t icti PfOTiCE is hereby given, that all per sons indebted to the estate of Stephen Maxwell, late of Orange Township, Car mil I-., in in v. Ohio, deceased, are required lo make immediate settlement with the ... . . I subscriber; and all who have claims a gainst said estate will present ihem legal ly proven for settlement within twelve months Irom this date. BENJAMIN PRICE, Adin'r. ol STEPHEN MAXWELL, dec. Nov. 27th 1835. ADMINISTRATORS NUTiCJS. "Jk1 OT1CE is hereby given, that all per sons indebted to iheestato of Daniel Berleene, late of Orange Township, Car roll county, Ohio, deceased, are required to make immediate settlement with the subscriber; and i ll who have claime a gaiBst said estate will present Ihem legal ly proven for settlement within twelve months from this date. ELIZ ABETH BERLEENE, Administratrix Nov. 27th, 1835. PLL & WX1TT3S. GC0DS, For Sale by the Piece or P adage, NOW opening iA No. 88, Wood St. Pittsburgh, an unusual large as sorlment of t Foreign and Domestic GOODS, Purchased in the Eastern Cities, most. Jv ihruuuh the dull business months, (Juno and July,) with a particular view lo the present and approaching seasons. Every facility will be offered to meet the terms and wishes of purchasers WATERMAN PALMER. Pittsburgh, Pu. Sept. 11, 1835. 7l 9 , FliENCU I2URR BLCChS t ELEO I LIJ at the Uuarnes in r lance kjiust receiving by latest arrivals, wuore are also lo be had, the Burr Mill Stone, warranted tqual to nny in the United Estates. JOHN RHEY, No. 8, Wood street, Pittsburgh June 19, 1835. i MARBLE YARD, .M M tit; 11 8, WOOD STUGET, PITTSBUKG. t"ARBLE Mantels, with Pilasters lv.l. and Columns, Head and Foot Stones, Monuments, Tomb Stones, Gar ble Counters, Slabs for Pier and Centre Tables, Slabs for Side Boards, Door Sills aud Steps, and all work in the Marble linn. Orders thankfully received if prompt ly executed on moderate terms, by JOHN RHEY & Co. June 12, 1835 CHAP.LSQ U. ATEN, Alio ney at Law, PRACTICES in the Counties of Co lumbiana. Slark. and Carroll. Hi will attend to the collection of claims, assist administrators, executors, ana guardians, in the discharge of their du ties; and do any other business apper. "tC, Co.umbi conntv. Ohio JanuarylG, 1835. If. O Y don'Tll Call and settle off your old accounts and duebilla. I want lo lay my old BOOKS ii,r..iore. I wish them settled off u ,he 20,h of March ne umo next. II. A.STIDGER, Feb. 5th, 1830. ft Barrela New Orleans Molasses 7. ;..j.n,lf..l.u wr v ' Jinti received and for sale bv CATLETT & HEATON. Wellsville, Nov, 20, 1835. i Caniuct-Makeri, Beg leave to announce lo the citizen of Carrolltou, ar.d to the people general ly, thai Ihey have formed a partnership in the CABINET MAKING BUSINEBSf and thai they are prepared lo execute Hit work in their line, in a liehti sobstanli.il and fashionable manner. TheV are de termined to work none but the best mate rials, and to employ none hut the first" rate workmen. Particular attention will br paid to the sty h ol finishing iheir work, and every exertion on iheir put will j made to render satisfaction mull who may uvor them with cuatmt. I'urchusrrs m rrapectfully invited lo call at JurbsotiV old stand immediitt!y South of thu Couit house, and examine Jacksou and Tier nans. A BIN ST- WARE, consisting ofaf most every article of Cabinet-Furniture in use in this bection of the country. N. B. All orders for work wi I be thank fully received nnd promptly at ended lo. JACKSON & T1ERNAN. Carrollton", Oc., bflih 1835 Jiren-rii'i at Wliole-ISale. CATLE TT & II EATON, are just re cciving a very General Assortment and heavy stock of groceries Pittsburgh manufactured articles, ifc. Including ICO Bags Rio CoJee 30 chests Young Hj son Tea. 30h!f " do do 20 13 lb Roxts lo do 10 6 lb. Gun powder, de 20 Hjx Choeola'e. 2,000 ' Loaf Sugar 25 bbls. N. 0. do. 1,000 " Allspice 1,000 - Pepp-r 150 14 Cloves 50 " Nutmegs 50 M i'. Cassea 30 Kegs Beatty's Powder 10 do Kock do 20 Box. Eastern Tobacco 10 Kegs do do 10 Hjx Pipes 25,000 Common Segars 10 000 Spanish a ni. a aV.l . do 5,000 Melee do 2 Demons of Indigo 1 hhd. Madder 3 L'iibks Alum 2 bbls. Spiri'8 Turpentine 1 1 icrce biei m Uil 1 Whale do Spanish W tilling do Browu Venetian Red Glue Salt Petre Etisom Salts 1,000 500 500 500 300 4 I It . 300 20 Boxes Shaving Soap 10 Qr. casks sweet Malaga Wine 5 t. Uncre do " Lisbon do Porte do ! Sunr. Old do 5 5 2 14 lbs. 1,000 Ass M. Confect ionurie 1 case Liquorice 500 lbs. Jveg Ratstna 10 Uoxs. do 2 bbls. Almonds 2 do Ground nuts !,000 lbs. Cast Steel 1,000 do Eng. Blist. do Mill and Crosscut Saws, Shovels, Spades, Patient buckets, Cotton yarn assorted Nos., Candlewick, Cotton bat ling, Cordage of every kind, ShoU Lead, Writing and wrapping paper, Iron, Nails, Glass and Sash. Also, 20 crates Queensware assort ed, 75 Dozen common plates by ihe doz?n. All of which they offer on as good terms,as thy can be bought west of ihe mountains. CATLETT & II EATON. Wellsville,Nov. 1st. 1835 not:c-j. Y virtue ol au order lo us directed bv John Shober. justice of the Peaco B for Jefferson lp., in Carroll county, we he undeisigned do certtly that we have viewed and appraised a certain stray mare, taken up by John Korken ol said township, and find the same to bo a dark bay, white in her forehead, anJ Iwo hind feet white, about fourteen hands high, if suppose her to he between 15 aud 20 years old, ondvaluo her at four dollars. Given under our hands this 2d day of Jan uury, A. D. 1830. GEO. SMITH, ? JOHN Y1NGLING. J Appraiteri Sworn to and subscribed before me this 2d day ol January, A. D. 1838. JOHN SHOBER, J. P. State of Ohio, Carroll County, SS. It is hereby certified that the foregoing is a true copy from my estray book. Given under my hand and seal (his 12h day of Jan. 1836. ' JOHN SHOBER, J. P. J. Pearce, D. A, Starkweather, if D, Jartii, Attorneys at Law, HAVE formed a Parlnersh'.p jn t, practice of their profession. D A. Starkweather and D. Jarvia can be consulted at Canton , Stark county, nnd J. Pearce at Carr0t0t Carroll co.O. arrontonrfept. 1834. t aken up by Ihe subscriber, a small red and white spotted bull calf, suppo sod lo beeiffht or nine months old. Tha owner can have it, by applying to the subscriber, paying expenses, &c W tl Wm. TRIPP, Union tp. Carroll county O. January Ut, loot.