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iac avucr; Th Wd fc.mrr., for Owoll count, . Jo l.rrahf fl holies to the (richer of lb county that public meeting. will be he Id for the einain tion of teer during the lot week of April. wMto the Tetbts' Institute i. m MBslaa- And that tint atertiaf will be hsld w often ut befovad ocry, of which onable no tice will be give. No ipplicetiont need be made Ixfprivite examination A 8VVANEY. March IS, 1863. fVr Be hi. ' will rent brew More yean the I i uvru Ta vera H lore room and Iota in Ifatrleaa. The stand ia a gooo on tor Dunneae. a person well recom mended can have a bargain. Possession given im mediately ; call on the undersigned at Garrollton, bw. VAN BROWN. March 1, 1853-3!. Tm Bridgr Biiilrii i Sealed proposals will be received by the Com misMoners of Carroll county, at the Auditor'a of ee, until the iSth day of May next, for building a bridge on the Steubenville road, mile east of Garrollton. Specification of the wort may be seen at the Auditor'a office. JNO. HOLE, W. WALTERS, F. FISHEL. March 18UJ85S. Commiasionera. A Uoy ait led. A situation ia offered to a boy wishing to learn the Tin and Copper Smithing at the establishment of T. H. Atkinxor, Garrollton. The applicant must be of good character and aleady babita. March 18, 1843. Nattct. There will Ic a petition presented to the Trus tees of We h ngtcn lowmdiip, Carroll county, Ohio, on Ssinrduy the 2Jd day of April next, lor a loam-hip road romsai Hi lef el the north east corner of t!te nortli-w.st qua. if rot section one, township lourieen, range five, to run thence west on tbo line between Jacob Luten and Kiin and on the line between Charles Ray and McCtusland, and between . ( autdaud and Scott, to inieisict tlie road that leads Irotn Harlem to Mechaiiiciown, on the kinds of said Stou. DAVID MAPLE Jr. March 11, 5J.4t. ltlCs At my instance an attachment was this day is sued by John Hays, a justice of the peace of Rose townahip, Carroll county, against the property and tffecta of Matthias Fisher, sn abaconding debtor. March 13, 1853. DAVID SHAFFER. IVoilee in Attachment. Notice U hereby given that on the 1 3th day of March, 18M, Williams &. Cuater issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Carroll county, Ohio, a writ of attachment, against the good and chat ties, rights, credits, moneya and effects of Charles Northrup, which writ has been served and returned. GEO. F. KENEDY, March 18, 18J3.-Gt. Clerk. Lr-Ral Notice. The children and heirs at law of James Crosier, deceased, whose names and places of Residence are unknown, will take notice that a petition has this day been filed against them and others, by the Administrator of Elizabeth Crosier, deceased, which petition represents that the debts of said estate amount to twenty-five dollars, that, there is no personal property, belonging to said estate ; and that the intestate died seized of lot No. sev er (7), in the town of Carrollton, O. The prayer, of the petition is that said lot may be sold to pay said indebtedness. The said defendants are further notified that aid petition will be for hearing on the 23d day ol April, A. D. 1853, at which time, unless they ap pear, plead, answer or demur to said petition the same will be taken aa true, and an order of sale entered accordingly. R. CROSIER, Adm'r of Elizabeth Crosier, March 14, 1853. deceased. SPHIrfG G0OB8-1 8 NT GEORGE P. SMITH AND ( Oil PA M, Xo. 54 Wood Street, Pitttburgh, Ree pectfully invi'.e the attemhn ol Merchants to thu very huge nock of FOREIGN AND DO MESTIC DRY GOODS, which they now offer lot sale a large pioportion of which was pur- chared last fall) before the udvnnre in prices and with oi r new styles the .SPRING FABRICS, Will be offered at as email advance us can be bought in any market. OUR ASSORTMENT COMPRISES Prints Of every make and price; Gingnam Domestic tthd Imported; Lawnrfc--French, Scotch, and American ; Delaines Do. do. do.j Rarege Delaines, De Beges, Motisselainee ; i'ttikey red Plate and figured Reds; OtleauB' ALPACCAS-.AII prices and colors ; Lama, Cobtirgh, Mohair CLOTHS ; Plain and figured Dress Silks ; fSatins, Marcellines, Grenadines ; PopliiiPi silk and cotton and linen Ltisties ; Itieh Linens, plaid Linens, and every variety of Linen Goods, all of our own Importation; Ribbons-Bonnet, Neck, Mantua, &c as laige and lull an assortment as kept in Silk Houses; Summer Stuffs Men's and Roys' wear, very large stork and varietyTweeds, Cashhier ette, Cottona lee, Jeans, and Satinets all prices, colors, and grades J Coesimeree Newest styles, fancy and plain ; Vcstings-i-Silk, Woolen, and Marseilles ; Broad Cloths Belgian and Domestic, black and fancy colors j Linen Drills, Serges, Paddings, tec ; Laces, Veils, White Goods, Embroideries, Ger man and English Hosiery, Lisle thread and silk Gloves, aud Mitts; Every kind Notions and Variety Goods ; Brown Sheetings All widths and qualities ; Bit ached Shirtings-AII widths aud qualities ; Cotton and woolen Flannels; Tickinr, Diapers, Drillings, Osnaburghs, Shiit ing, Stripes, Denims, tec, tec. We shall keep oltr assortment fresh and full throughout the season, and solicit an examina tion from any one disposed to purchase. Pittsburgh, March II, 11,63. Affrirnllilral ft'oticc. The officers of the CafWll county Agricultural Society, and all other persons friendly to its ob ject, will meet in Garrollton on Monday the 31st day of March inat., at 10 o'clock A. M on bnsi neaa connected with the society. Per order of the President. Mar. 11, '53 GEO. F. KENEDY, Sec. 1 ii aOODS! 1853, T. KENNEDY, JVN'R., Ooraer of Wood & Fourth Street, Pittsburgh. Oar ateek of Glasses, Clocks, Combs, But aeaa, TJifeads, Hosiery, Suspenders, and for eign aad dmacBtic Fancy and Variety Goods, Is aaaraaUy Urge and varied, to which addi tion are constantly being made directly from the Eastern Manufacturers and Importers, to all of which the attention of our former cus tomers and other buyers is most respectfully so licited. March 4, 185.1 For the Ladle. Parameias, all col ore, French meriuoes, Persian cloths, cashmerss, dc laines, together with a full assortment of new and beautiful style dress goods which are go ing off fast. Call soon and do not miss abareain. CUMMINGS & BRACKIN Awlirr. In Pi rti tic -Robert MeMillee) jr. fe Cyntkia Heaton M al -Cynthia Heaton. Lydia Anh Hee ton, Samuel HeaUm. Albert Heato Ellen Heaton and Rebecca Heaton, wiil take notice that a Pe tition wee filed against them oe the lib day of February Instant, in the Court of Common Pleea for Carroll county and State of Ohio, by Robert McMillen jr. and ia now peediaf, wheie the said Robert McMillen jr. demand, partition of the following real estate, vie I part of the south east quarter of section twenty-aine of township num ber fourteen, of range four, ol the district of lands directed to be aold et Steobenville, in the State of Ohio, containing one haadred sod twenty-six acres, and bouaded aa follow : On the south by the landa of Solomon Ho.tman, on the east by the 2Aa i of Abrsm Batton and the heirs of John Heston deceased, and on the weat by the landa of Jamea M'Ginty ; and that at the next term of aaid court application will be made by the aaid Robert Mc Millen jr. for an order that partition and seaign tnent of dower may be made of aaid premisec ROBERT McMILLEN Jr. Bv Eckley A Davis, hla Att'ye. February 1 1, l853.-pr fee $3. ftutirr. Oaaaj or the C'a uroll Cocarv R. Ron Co.) Carroll ton. Jan. t, 1863. The aiockholdert of aaid company whose L , . . I . .iocs ur any psn tnereoi remains Que ana un i i i , c j u l paid, are again hereby nonfied that the compa- ny nas again, ny resolution ol me notra ol Ui recinrs, called for the payment of the diffreni instalmenta of nock due said company , (inclu-1 ding all) and lurther resolved, "That if any of the same shall remain unpaid for 1 5 days from this date that the stork shall be advertised and; sold according to law." See Act of Feb. If, 18-18, Section 5. The roudition of ihe compa ny requires such a course. J. M. DAVIS, Treasurer. 1 Harlem iriiif I hereby notify the public that I am fully pre-. BY C. K. LESTIER, LATE U. S. CONSUL, pared to entertain all, in the best style. The Table illustrated with engravings. Will be supplied with the best the country affords,! Fi:ot thf New Yosk Joornal of Couherce. and bleepiso apartmests furnished in most com-l "Thia is a vely interesting and instructive vol fortable and desirable manner. BOM, especially to Americans, as it relstes to the The Stable discovery and early histnrv of this (ontinent. Will be provided with an abundance of provender, Tl" '"""'raung various points In the his and attended by a careful ostler. 'f ot he "Navigator, add to the value of No pains will be spared to make the traveller's , work' and "10re 10 1,8 ""Paleness to sojourn agreeab e. , the ronimon rerder.' Parties can be accommodated with all they de-! ,FT T"E N"T 0BK Ciib-stiai OrssRVEB sire, on the shortest notice. ,'!" e,,,8ny pruned volume, the compilers Dec IT '.1? intIM till RPR r "vc pirserved all the information accessible re- um. 17, Of. JOHN MILKER". peeling .his celebrated voyager. The Book will Notice j be a valuable acquisition." Is hereby given that the undersigned has been ! F,'.0M 1111 New Yo!1k Re oiie i. "This is a appointed and qualified Executor of the estate of j wrl,y lbute to one of the great navigators William Dennes, deceased. Those indebted to! hose '"'" "d history, will be lorever'coiinect. said estate will make immediate pavment, and ilh "'e American continent. The work is thoas having claims against said estite will pre - sent them lerrallv authenticated within one vesr from this date. GUY DUDGEON, Dec. 17, 1852. Executor. JOHN HALL, FA S II I Off A D L I iV Cap Manufacturer, Hat Wholesale and Retail, HO l!9 WOOD-STREET, Betwten 4'A Sf Diamond Alley, PITTSBURGH. N. B Always on hand, furs, trimmings, c. Dec. 17. '62-3,noa. O'DOKNEL A MULLEN, Pittsburgh Chair & Cabinet Ware Rooms, No. 98 Third Street, South Side, Respnctfully inform their friends and custom era, that they have, if not tho largest slock ever before seen in this city, iho greatest variety ol style, the finest finished, mnile of the best sea soned materials, and by the best workmen of any in the western couniry, all of which they ate determined to sell as low a any other man ufacturing establishment in the west. Our stock is all of our own manufacture no im poriniiona. fjC7"Sti amboats and Hotels furnish ed at the shortest ooiice. All orders prnmptly attended to. O'DONNEL ii MULLEN. Pec. 17, '52-6mos. "Took iierei A Farm lor ;tlr. I hfireby olfVr for sale a farm of 611 acres, which if situated three miles east of Carrolkon, on the Wellsville mad. The farm is well wii- tered. ban a good hewed log. shingled roof house. a good orchard good barn, plenty of stable room and Rood out-lionses. 1 here is a!so a prospect! of good coal on the premises. I For terms enquire, on th? farm, of Dec. 10. '52, J AMI MA MOORE, j EXECUTOR'S NOtTce" The undersignet has been appointed and qualifl-, ed as Executor of I ae estate of Robert Peoples de-1 ceased. Those hi ring claims against said estate j will present them I :gally proven within one year from this date. JOHN A. I UTTORF, I April 16. 18.52. Executor r 1 1 j Li I of Letter) 1 Remaining in the Post Office in Carrollton,! on the 15th day of Feb.. 1853 Atherton Jeremiah Jones Michae Armstrong James Johnson Jacob 2 ImhofT Alexander Lindsey Wm. Lee Thomas Miller John widow or heirs McCully Amelia McMillon Louisa McClintock E. A. Moody John 2 Moore William Moore Andrew Mooro Isaiah McElderry & Miller Moore Sarah Pease Perry Payn Lemuel Runion Wallace Roberts David Randall Sarah Slates Frederick Staly William Sellers William Smith John Soanmar William Somerwell Gabriel Allen Jacob Allen Samuel Artist Lazarus Billmnn A. C. Baxter James Blazer P. B, Borland Wash. Buchanan Wm. Barnhouse Wm. Cogsill Harvev Crowell G. W. 3 Connor Thus. Crockett James Catterill Joseph Crurnrine I. Dunlap EMen Ebersole John Eddleman J. J. Bbers de Louisa Ferral Calvin Galbreath Wm. Golshall Westley Goffers Catharine Gibson Robert Harsh Jonathan Hardman Joseph Tope Gabriel House John widow or Taylor John heirs Turner Geo. W. Tope Hiriam Tope Jacob Thompson Geo. W. Ulman Isaac Vanhorn David White Thus heirs of Wright Susan, the above letters will C. ELSON, P. M. Harsh Isaac Harple Elizabeth Hayes Elizabeth Hoobler David S. Henry Solomon Hatre Margaret Persons calling for please say advertised. Mi i ill Male. John Gruber, Adm'r of Wm. Palmer dee'e, vs. Samuel Ryan. Pursuant to the command of an execution issued from the Court of Common Pleaa of Carroll county, Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at the Court House in Carrollton, in said county, on the Slst day of March, A. D. 1853, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., tho following property, to wit : One two horse wagon and wagon bed, and one brown mare and one horse goar. Marc4i 11, 186. GEO. PUGH, Sheriff. I 0llf. I Crawford, bin.rl Crawford and Celb- e-ine Ann Crawford will take notice thai on the Ittb day of Januarv. A. 0. 183. Robert Craw ford, by Ilia nut friend, filed a petition annuel them in the Court of Common Plea, of Carroll county, Ohio, and which i now pending, where in the said Rofcit Crawford, by ha seld next riend. demands Partition of the followin real e-ute. ailutte, lyin( add being In said county of Csrroi!, kj wit i a certain tract of land wit i the appurteiianeia, being part of the south-west quart' r ol section no. 29, of township no If, in range no. i, in the Kieubeneille land district, and being ilie same tract of land and prruieee which benedict Crawford, late of aaid county. m - 34 feat, lecraard, owned and occupied at the tune ol (WO) acres ; and that at the next term of said court application will be made, on lhaK of aaid Itoheit Crawford, for an order that partition may be made of aaid premiers aa prayed for in said petition. HOST WICK It PEPPARD, Att'ys Jan, '.'I. !is:l -tiw. f .1, Borer I. Wholesale agent for thu aale of Hummei's Extract aid Essence ot Coffee, Dr. Lorork's Pulmonic Waters, Jew David's Hebrew Plaster, The Horseman's Hope or Farmer's Friend, the American Worm Killer, Barrel's Indi an Liniment and Vermifuge, Hunt's Liniment. Taylor's Indian Ointment, Hobensark's Worm 'JiMr 0,,u low, iioouauu s uerinau Diuerx, aim L ' . a)(SOr.(11(.I1. of rttu ., MiAi;iM , ..... ... l l If -i it. n n . i at Eistern prices iraaportaiion off. uer. 31, 5f. A BOOK FOR EVERY AMERICAN. Mri Haifi TO Til A VI I. AS AGK.NTI. The subr-rriber BJ now publishing a Third Ban tion of the life and voyages of A n B B ! C 1 , The gieat Navigator after whom our country wsf nam. ' , p" "orlny ' attention as a repository ol much ! 1,181 ls vaiinwe, hearing on the early hislorv ol the New World." I'iom the Albany Spectator. "The suhiect of this work is sufficient of itself to attract and interest every American. The man who gave name to this groat western continent, can never he forgotten, "h is wiiiten in that flowing and atractive "tyle, Which characterizes all Mr. Lester's pro ductions, and cannot fail to have an extensive cin ulation." A number of active and intelligent men ol good character, are offered profiuMe employment in circulating by subsmpiion, the ahove valua ble and interesting work in this and adjacent counties in the Slate of Ohio. The Terms will he given on application !o the Subscriber, post paid. H. MANSFIELD, 134 York St., New Haven, i Publisher. Connecticut. SECOND ARRIVAL. We nro just receiving a splendid lot of LA DIES' DRESS GOODS, of entirely new styles. Plain and Figured Persion Cloths. De Laines, dtc. CUMM1NGS & BRACKIN. Nov. 24. Shan Is, a splendid lot coming to suit thu sea son. Call soon if you want to see them. CUMMINGS 6c BRACKIN. Iron. Kails & Sail, a fresh supply just re ceived. CUMMINGS & BRACKIN. DRUGS! DRUGS! The undersigned would inform his old customers and "the re6t of mnnkind," that he is receiving his Fslt shirk f mm tho nafitorn tit aa ,,.! k. I I. tne best stock ever offered in this market, my word for it. C. A. RQ3GEL, Oru4ist. November 26 'Wl ' The Pure white Ciiri Liver oil, orJale arie Drug Store of C. A. BO EG EL. ( till H ooil, iv iliitl, Logwood, do., Fustic, Red Woood, &c, &c, at U. A. BOEGEL'S. s...w..,si.. ...:i r o r j . . SJ5JN ",cle of SusP' Rdgea, Mlenachan's Lomp d Supporters, Plain Abdominal do. Men's Trusses, single and double, Child s do., for sale at the Drug Store of C. A. BOEGEL. I.nrd Oil, Winter strained, Lamp cones, j Lamp Wicking, at C, A. BOEGEL'js Ntllpli. lie (finnine, Turkey Opium. : Do narcotized Opium, for sale by C. A. BOEGEL. llllorteil l.iqiior for Medical pur poses, Pale French Brandy, Raspbery Brandy, Port Wine, Ma'aga Wine, Hoi and Gin, and best Ma t VVhi8key for ss e at the Drug J- tore of C. A BOEGEL Candies by the box or pound. Soda, But ler, Water, and Pic-nic Crackers, by the box or pound. Principe, Half Spanish, and cchlmon Ci gars. Tobacoes, various kinds, at C. A. BOEGEL'S. S C r hi ( a U d I C S, Sterene and Common, pressed, lor sale by C, A. BOEGEL. Table or Dairy Salt, White Lime and Rock Salt at the Drug Store of C. A BOEGEL. I'OCket Instruments, Surgical Needles, Horse Phlegms and syiinges, assorted sizes, at C. A. BOEGEL's Drug store. H. B. Medical, School and Miscella neous Books and a general assortment of Station ary, for sale by C. A. BOEGEL. 1 Geieral AssortneBt of the most popular Patent Medicines in use. Call at the sign ot the Black Mortar and examine my stark belore buy ing efaewhere, as it is impossire fjr me to enu merate the articles I have for sale. C. A. BOEGEL. Farm lor Sale! I desire to sell the farm on which I now reside. It contains 400 jkresj and there are On it a good brick houee, w.ith a well of water at the door; a very arge Frame Barn, and oilier out-buildings, all got up in the very best style. The land lies one miles south o! Carrollton, on the load eading to New Hagers town. I intend removing west, and wilgiir the pur chaser of this farm a bargain. For terms, inquiie at the Free Pipes office, or of the subscriber, en the Premises. CHARLES FAWCETT. Nov. i, '62-yt. Thu H. AtaMafa, Offer for eat at BBB Tut las, ia Carrulkoa a large sad well aoUxtod lot of ALBANY Cooking Stows. TV Stoves have been recently purrbaaod la Al bany with aaoch care, aad coaaprit the very best patterns, hurst improvement i oe ia the west aaaag those th GOLDEN F v lMEH, a new and elawaat aatera, will b iaaad taw saeat convenient and perfect cooking Store ever oaared for aale ia th a aoctioa of countrv. la addition to the above, ho hat on hand an He ha yut rammed from the Kast. wkot he elegant BMortmeai of en I move, of PITTS- selected everything that ia dswirabW foi beauti BI KUII MA.Nt PACTl RE, for both kitchen fyg and adorning the person either of lady or and pBrlor. THE STAB OF THE WEST, A new aud beautiful pattern, will befound.on j trial, to hive more good pruperiie and fewer had onea, than any other coal Cook 8tov ia ibis teciioo of country. The top level and smooth, oven large and convenient, flues io con structed as to tecure uniform heat for baking pur i pose, and at the same time consume a larg ' amount of the smoke and toot arising from the coal, by which cne of the stroag objection to ihe use of coal for cooking purposes is removed, and constitute it one of the most economical, convenient and pleasant cook stove now in use. For Ihe Parlor, The Karhi'W dial Cuok Slovo. is sa murh admired, thai ihe demand, in mini ca.es, cannot be supplied. i BR.IDLEVS ( 0TTU.L TOIL GRATE, 1 is a beautiful parlor stove arranged with sliding These itove. beingP of P.tLtrgh , m.nufac . tore are, of course, heavy .od dur.ble. I Ho has, also, on hand for sale, Wolson it Hitchcock's parlor stove, and their celebrated Premium Parlor Coal Orate, with folding doors. which, for beauty of dengn. economy of fuel, and family comfort in cold weather, stands un- rivalled in this or any other market. I OOO p.. I. litis old Copper wanted. He ha. also on hand and is prepsred to make to order on the shortest notice COPPER KETTLES and Brassware, Stove Furniture, and Stove Pipe, . House Spouting and Tinware. He is also prepared, with the very best msterials j for putting up Liehtning Rods in the most substan- , tisl and improved -tyle now in use. He has also on hand a good assorlmont of Oxy- gen Lard Lamps, decidedly the best article ot lamp kind now in use. His prices, in all cases, will be low, snd a con - slant effort will be made to accommodate all who may favor him with their custom. Car ollton, Sep. 26, 1851. Drugs at Wholesale & Retail ! ! HARSH Si 1HTCTCHE0N, (Successors to J. C. Cable,) having purchased the Drug Establishment of J. C. Cable, Market at. Steubenville, Ohio, next door to the Book Store, are just receiving from the East a large stock of Drugs, Paints. Chemicals, a Dye Stuffs, ' Oils, Perfumery, Brushes, Spices, Sic. which we are offering at wholesale and retail. Our stock being large, we are determined to sell ss low as any house in the State ; and would in vite Pnysicians Meichants, Mechanics and Far mers to call and examine our stock, comprising every article usually kept in our line of business, and which we will positively sell on the most rea sonable and accommodating terms. Steuberivill Dec 5, 1851. Ealaie of John Moore Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed, and legally qualified, Exec utors of the estate of John Moore, late of Cur- .1 , i I I rli rou county unio oec a. l nose indebted to said estate will make immediate payment, and ihnse having claims against said estate will pre sent them legally authenticated within one year from this date. GEORGE MOORE, JOHN MOORE. , Executors. Sepiember 10th, 1852. JnineM Leiiioii'M Cabinet Fcbniturb Se Chair Ware Rooms, No. 118 Fourth St., Piuburgh, Pa. Manufacturer of Sofas, Divans, wing Ward Robe. Tcto-a-Tetes. Ladies' Cabinets. Gents' do., Chevaliers, patent extension tables, Secre I lanes, Book Cases, Spanish Eiagers, Side ; boards, Music stools, Hal racks, Lounges, Cribs, : iic, etc., oil made under his close superintend j Bnce, of the various foreign and American woods, from the latest French styles, and are warranted in material and wnrkmansaip to be superior to any manufactured in the United States- Also always oh hands a good assort ment of common furniture and chairs. Bellows Bellows. A large supply, wai ranted better thao any made west ol the Alleghanies at reduced prices. Strangers visiting the city are respectfully invi ted to call before purchasing, as he is confident they cannot fail to please. Dec. 17, '62, 3mos. Executor's Male. No':ce is hfrrby given, that on Wednesday the .anh March next at 10 o'clock A. M. in fro.. t of the Couit Hru e. in the town ol Carrollton, IV unlerMjied wi. I offer at pullif sale, the fil'ow iinr, Jercjibel property io wit: Lot No. 19 on Mai l street, in the town of Ma'vern. Carroll j ciuniy Ohio; Iron ing 60 'en on Main tt eet, tnJ ;ex'.enliiiR 1 1 ihe recr 120 feet. The improve ments .ire, a two story traine build ng 30 by 34. well finished, with a ki'.chsr 12 by 16 fiet, and a porch on the east side a wood house sdj Ining the kitchen, a good stable, fid ike house Sic., Tin re i-ialto. a large Store room Well fitted up on fie lot , in an excellent situat on fci business The garden ii well filled with rhcice fruit trees. Title indisputable. Term.9 of sale, one hall on thfe first July next. The balance, or. the first of October next, wi'Il ii teret from dat. H. H. LEAVITT, ) B.ec itors of THOMAS LEE. j Hans Wilson. February 17, 1853. P. S. One Of the Executors will be present at the sale ani perro s indebted to the Estate nf Mr. Wilson, nsiin; n Carroll county, are ie qustsd then to mnk piyment. EDUCATIONAL MOTWeT" The second session of the Carroll County Teach ers' Institute, will commence in Carrollton on Monday the 4th day of April, 1853, and continue one week. Efforts are being made to secure the services of some of the first teachers in the State, as instructors ; and no pains will be spared to make the coming session one of interest and profit to all who may attend. Ample provision will be made for the entertainment of female teachers, free of charge, and arrangements made by which gentlemen can obtain boarding at the usual rates for regular boarders. Teachers and friends of education are earnestly solicited to give their aid and influence to secure a full attendance of the teachers of the county ; and thereby show that Carroll countt is able and willing to do her part for the great Educational en terprise how going forward in the State. A more definite notice of arrangements die, will appear in due time. T. R. LAIRD, Sec'y. Carrollton, Jan. 33th, 1853. Notice. The mndcrsigned has been duly appointed Ad ministrator ol the estate of Elizabeth CrosIeb, late of Carroll county, deceased. , Feb, 11, S3.-3u ROBERT CRdSIER. MO IT A PltRl t. 1. rn ha aa kiai' ! Are each aaiiottt to win the race ihey ere run ning, but not one of laem ia a wbu more beat upon errving ihe public well ihao ia Wllllaai Taaea, old stand. Oppoawe he Court Houe. ta Carrullioa. Ohio. s well as ihe little ones committed to ibeir eemal charges, thai the markets of Naur Vnsk. Pmilapkli-hu and Boar.t could af ford. Ha baa BROAb CLUTHS. Caaaimeree and vesting of ihe best males and laiest styles, for gentlemen ; Shawl., and the latest aud most fashionable Dress (BooDs, FOR LA DIRS, Hat k Baft, boots a shobs, for any and every b dr, tngeiher with a tariety of little things for 'babes and suckling.." And aa for Hibboito, Glove anal Hosiery, Why, he hai got auch beautiful thing in that lioe that they have only to be aeen to captivate tho youna and fanciful, and nleate and dsliaht date sod thoughtful. Bea.de. .11 these l.kt... k. i . . . , ,hm8, he hM n"it he line of. FsHllill (i rOC )' r i t'l H m R D W A R E HARDWARE, I" sjit the wants of the tabmer, the Smith and the Carpenter, as well as the kitchen and house- wife. But his 1 X a j VLlUCCllSlUul C ... . ... Mu,,1 be see0 PPfc.ated, ' ia-aome o 11 a ieMt truly beautiful, and just the thing, to w h fncy of a blushing bride. So. you girls who are going to get married, juit call in, ; I and, after supplying yourselves with elegant' ! weddin? garments, select your TABLE-' WARE, and such other things as you need to ' j house with. j . . p....s ...... , TH.i T ; WITIIAlf TIIflVIPCAWQ i " 1 L L 1 A iawIlBWfl 0 Is tbe place where everything usually kept by merchants is to be had. and at the lowest poaai - ble rate. lie bouchi all he could for ca.h. so that he could get goods cheap to aire a bar - . gains to his customer. CALL A.YDSEE Hi Heady-Hade lothing. Carrollton, October 15, 1852. I, OOO Book Agent VI anted, To SELL PICTORIAL AMP USEFUL WORK FOB THE YEAB 1853. 1009 Hollars a Tear! Wanted io every county in the United States. active and enterprising men, to engage in the sale ot some ol the best Books published in the country. To men of good address, possessing a small capital of from 925 to 8100. such in ducements will be offered as to enable them to make from 83 to 85 a day profit. OCT The books published by us are all useful in their character, extremely popular, and com mand Inrge sales wherever they are offered. For further particulars, address, (postage paid,) ROBERT SEARS, Publisher, 181 William Street, New-York. W. W. U A M-AC E. Mill Fnrnishiig Establisknent, 319, 321 LIBERTY STREET NEAR THE CANAL, PITTSBURGH, PA. Steam Engines and Boilers of the best quality always on hand, and trade to or er on short no tice and at low prices. French Burr Mill Stones of my o n manufac- lure, made 01 selected blacks vitality at very low prices. Stones, all sizes. drranied good Siirel Hill Mill Bolting Cloths, all nos .Anch Stamps, square mesh, warranted good quality, at ihe lowest prices. Lull's Plnl Fronrl, HmrKm.M Marlv ,Pc used in 500 of the best mills in tltf couniry nd warranted waive satisfaction. They run Ii hi. clean fast, and work well. Mill Spindles, Mill Irons, Screws, Picks, &c, Corn and Cob Grinders always on hand. X. B. As the communication between Pitts- luirgh and Carroll co.. by means of the Rail Road, is so cheap and speedy, ptirchssers will find it to their interest to give me a call before buying elsewheie. All orders and inquiries promptly at tended to. W. W. WALLACE. Pittsburgh, Pa.. Aug. 20, '52. Ctocld News for ilie Ladles. . . . - .... The largest and prettiest lot of Dress Goods in town can be fotind at Cummings A Bractin'e. Plain and figured Bereges, Silk Poplina, Silk Berege, figured Swiss Lawns, &c, with a great variety of New Styles, which we offer at veay low prices. Call and see CUMMINGS & BRACKIN. Ocntistrg! A; H . & VV. F. SEMPLE, Resident Dentints of Steubenville, tender their professional sef vices to the citizens of Carroll ton, in all matters pertaining to Teeth, Dr. Semple has been long known in this communi ty as the Oldest Practitioner io Eastern Ohio. and i now prepared to insert teeth in Whole or Parts of Setts, with or without Artificial Uums; .I.a , , r. n r. A , m n.nl, n.i Praa.ii.n r V ant. nlhu, ' ukuu iouic, ai.j w.... method that may be desired, and ail work will be got up neatly and elegantly, with a view to Utility, Comfort and Elegance that cannot be surpassed. All operations are warranted, and always re paired without charge. Any communication addressed to A. W. Semple, Steubenville O. will receive prompt attention. June 18, 1852. ly NEW STORE .V THE PATTON HOUSE, CABROI.LTO.V O. Al Entirely New Stork. The subscriber has just received, and is now opening, a larjre stock of goods' of every descrip- . , , , . ii lion generally iotina in couuiry mures, which win be sold at low prices for cash or country produce. w v B1i W nm . k Call aisdsee. Ataaa muh tun. ApTtl 16, 1853. NOTICE; The undersigned has been appointed Executor of tbe estate ol Susannah Myers, deceased, late of Cirroll county, Ohio. Thoee having claims ""iinst said estate will present themhgaUy pro ven within one year from this date, and those indebted will make immediate payment. . JOHN WALLACE, Ex'r; October 1, 1852. ToT Flsh, Whit Flab and Mackerel for sals by dec.3l.2.J C. A. BOEGEL. La On or about the ttib mi Auxwst aw aa Bw road leading trom C.rrolln ui Eawr. Irnih', ha Kaal ln.i.ilui rloli, Mat 1st SBtasasB finding h wHi eonier a lavar on thwaaraar If r. turning i.islmn iu Carrollton. tJEOHGE rWti, CarraUim. Sooi. 1.1. At. Main Is herrbv given thst the bare appointed and qualified a of estate of ' (.melius Brsrkin. lata at C decessed. Those indebted to said estate wttl i immediate narmeni, snd thane haviae againat aaid estste will BeeM the fof aa- ther.tiratrd within one one year from thia aVtt. RICIURI) BRACKIff, THOMA8 BROOKS. Jult . IB.'..' AdirintMratnra. i tut i i' city noi;ai Former If Ihe Dunham Motor. W. A. SMITH, PROPKIKTOLf This large and ronir.odtoo esublwhaaewt I been thonmirhly repaired, and renovated out. and will compare favorably with any of tint r.iaas Motel ia th t-'tat. It eaaaaaa aaa than one hundred rooms, all ia complete oeaVr The house is besutifdll itntd oa th Public - quire, near the Court Moose, ia the centre f saw inc, and haa the adtantage of par air aad aa open spare around It. The table is furnished with th bast the markets afford, and the Proprietor is determined to ipare neither expense r,nder Fore,t v,iJ plessant sto tbo"? who m'J rWl ' Irlafid either "r' .i T"" , P B "ik"J-' wavs in readinea to convey pasaenswr to and frosa dfpi)U ,nd Liaaaa, f'leteland, April tfl, iftna JStAiiS of eyery .. ,,.; h , ((f aow g ale at Uie verv lowest nmes tlur mo'.to is short profits, ijuick sales, one pried and ready pay. J. HUSTON. KH FILL ill IM KR GOODS, nurpht , Tiernaia A Cm., (Suetfuor$ to Murphg. WVion if Ca 4) 1 111 purl crs and Wholesale Dealem ia FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOCfttS m 4R ii. , a, , . , ' io. so, "ooo street, I ittsburgh, Pa.( j,P now, rfC"TID8 fron1 " 'be Eastefn Cilie V" tr,T "upp'y good for tne tan traie. to which they invite the attention I T1 i , ' o oepiemoertney expect w nave "lv,r dssortment complete which will be ! k'PlB0 by consinl addition every week, through' ; out the season; They will, as heretofore, cdn. i uutti 10 ' R001' M ,0 'he EaHrr Mbm, ! :or or approved paper On the usual credit: i " , ' Vu" "r'I ''J"".1 tnrt o ai. ouiers ' no aeaien nurChMm. h.r. ihey will noi be undersold in this market.- :n ... l- ..-j- ..r. i . thai Aug. 27. 52. (POlSOrtlSC.ft Thousands of parent who use Vermifuge eom poed of CsUr oil, Calomel, ae., are not aware, that while they appear to benefit tbe patient, they re actually laying the foundation for a aeries of diseases, auch as salivation, lot of light; weak . ness of limbs, die. In soother column will be found the advertise, ment of Hhbensack's Medicines, to which we ask the attention of all directly interested in their own as wen aa tneir I h.'idren's health. In Liver Com- ; pa;nU and all disorder arising frnmth r .k;t- ! lious tvpe. shoold make bae of th nt. - medicine, Hobehsack'a Liver Pills. 05- '-Be not dereinrd," but ask for Hobenaaek' ; Worm Syrup and Liver fill, aud observe that each has the signature of the Proprietor, J. M. HOBENSACR, as none else re genuine. The Stale of Ohio, Carroll county . i George Hixon vs. Elizabeth Hixon at, al. In Partition. Jacob Dixon and John Hixoo, of Ashland county, Ohio, James Hixoo, of Put; nam county. Ohio, Samuel flixon. Mary Hix on. Susanna Hixon, Joseph Hixon, William Hixon and Elizabeth Hixon, widow of Samuel Hixon deceased, will take notice that a Petition ; was filed against them 6n the IfJih day of Jan' uary, 1853, in the Court of Common Pleaa of Carroll eounty, Ohio, aud is nr. nUn,l,0. therein the Said George Hixon demands PartN tion ol the lollowmg real estate, situate in Mon- roe township, Carroll county, Ohio ; being thir ty-one acres, more or less, of land lyins in the south east corner of the north-west quarter or ec,j0K twelve (12) in townshio fifteen MJil.f rnnuA i 7 t nrilntiuirtv ii..A.:iu.J :j 11 j- . 7 J V ' u'""u IUIU l etl- lion.) being ihe same tract of land of which m '"" ''zeo, ana that at the next O l II: J- J . lerm 01 lhe cour, application will be' made by- 'he said George Hix.m. to assign the' dower of Elizabeth Hixon, widow of Samuel Hixon, aad) for an order that Partition be made and the lie a "of William King of Indiana, on aaid lai.d be niid nm nf ilw nm.oo r ...a uj i-- , r - " - vi.vi.i.j j i oaiu iniiti. uLt?. VAN HROvtN, Alt' for Pei'r. Jnnunrv 21, 1 853.-6. Estate of Saaael Iddlags. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have been appointed and qualified executor of the estate of Samuel Iridium, il.i.n.,1 TH ti. ! debted will make immediate payment ; and those ! having claims against said cstatewill present them j legally authenticated, within one year from thi date. F.LWOOD IDDINGS. GEO. W. EVANS. Execntor. March 4, 1853. j Juhu Coburn and Catharine Cobafn his wile, In Chancery. John James, et al. C. John James and Elizabeth Ann Jame hi wife of ihe State of Illinois, Samuel Meanor and Wary Meanor his wife, of WelUvill in ihe State of Ohio, Hartiet Straw and Rebecca Straw, of Franklin couniv. Ohio. ftn T . M I tlT I ' a. ja ...B) .tieanor anu nasntngwn straw, ol Uaroll coun- ,Vi Ohio; will take notice that on the l4ih day j o( )eC. ig62i jonn Coburn and Catharine Co. burn filed in the office of the Clerk 6f the Court of Common Pleas forCairoll cbunty, Ohio their petition in Chancery; whefbih aaid neiitinn. efs pray fof authority to1 sell the land he- longing to the estate of John Queen late of said county deceased, Bad that aflefr discharging thu debt of the estate of said John Queen deceas ed, out of the proceeds of said sale, that they may be authorized ta distribute the balance ac cording to the will of said John Queen deceas ed to the above named persons, w ho are drei sett in said will. JOHN COBURN and CATHARINE COBURN By Eckley & Dais, their sol'a. Feb. 16, 18531 HORSES, I wish to buy a feWgood hor. ses, for which 1 wrlf per eash. on sight. Also coru and oat. Carrnl'.ton. Jan. 5, '53. JOHN A K BUCKLE. Notice. At my instance an attachment was thi day j. sued by Henry A. Stidger, a Justice Of aft? Ptwsr in and lor the township of Centf) eouaty of Cirroll, agiinst the property and effect of Thomas McGavran, a non-resident of S4td eoutj tv, this 22d day of December, 1832, HARVEY COOsIl. fw of the L rrvlj county R.jRoad Compaay.