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No i AN ACT v.l.miiWiT n 1101 '""''I' " lo l'n' ide for the J?uie Printing." passed Apr.l 16, H'S.' 8rC. 1. Bt dtttudtd by Hi Genend AtsrUfU tj tit Suit Otiu, TImU the Secretary. A ud iw sad Trrurrr of Stile e'tall, immediately alter the passage of litis act, give notice in two Kosjii'-h uti one Herman newspnper printed in the eiiT of Columbus for the period of ten d-ays; nad thereafter in the same manner, and r the Mint time, as is provided in the first sec tioo of lie act U which this is supplementary, thai sealed propotal will be received1 at the of fir.- of the Secretary of 3uic, uutil the elev Mlh davfler (he first publica'.ion of said no tic, for th printing in the German lanu ijje of all documents ordered to be printed in said language by the General Assembly, or either oraiu-l then of ; which proposal shall distinct- j 1) lias llie price per thousand c-ms for compo Mtion, the price -r token for press wotk, and the priee per thousand words for the transla-1 t;on, at which ihi bidder is willinrr to p rform said wotk ; and the Stcrelary, Auditor nud Treasurer, or any two of ihini, after the t-xpi-rutioo of said DOiice, shall proceed lo open said bids, anil to award said eon'.racl to the lowest bidder lhroAr, who will oiie bond as provi i ded in the tenth section of Mid act. 8ec. 2. Said cotilract shall extend to ti e lirst Monday in November, one thousand eight htm dred and tifty-four, and snid contractor und ox-1 ecuuie omccrs anaii oo jjoverneu in an tn-. by the provisions of ti e net entitled "an net to provide fur the State 1'iinting," jased Apiil 16, i: :'.. JAMKS C lOHNtON. Speaker of ihc House of Hepiesentmives. WILLIAM MKDILD. President of the fjenate. Fabruary , 1863. No. 38.J AN ACT Supplementitry to the act entitled an net lo provide for the settlement of the estates of deceased person. See. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assem bly of the Statu of Ohio, That upon complaint made to the probate court of any county, by the executor or executors, administrator or ad ministrators, creditor or creditors, devisee or devisee, legatee or legatee, heir or heir, or other person or persons interested in the ettate of any deceased persons, against any person or persons (uspecled of having coiiceiilea, embez xled or oonveyed away any of the moneys, goods, chattels, things in action or effects of snch deceased, the taid court fIhiII cite the per son or persons fufpected forthwith to appear before it, and to he examined on oath or affirma tion, I OT riling the mailer of fhe said complaint. Sec. 2. That if any person so lis aforesaid cited, shall refuse or neglect lo appear and stili mil lo an examination aa nforessid, or shall re fuse to answer such interrogatories as may be lawfully propounded, the probate court shall oin mi: surh person lo the jail of the county, there to remain in close custody , until he or she 1i tit I submit to ili order and dirictiou uf M- I, i the court in thill belinlf, M I " ' ' I Sec. 3. That all such examinations, inelud at Well questions ah ii.swci s. shall be reduced writing, signed by the parly examined, and filed in the court Ix'lore winch the same was taken See. V That die probate court shall, if re qutren ty uiu r ji.trty, swmr or tittirni latCA I otwer" wilncwi r wilneasea as maybe offered by uitlser party, touching the mutter of auch complaint, and 411 cause the examination of ever? such witnees includim? aa well auuslions eterysuiu wiinws, intiuotng its wi it cjtitst ons ( a answers, to fc reduced to wr.t.ng, signed by , m witness, asxl hied as aforesanl. crc. w iviti ii iinuii uii --in ii rBnnwmni i the probate court shall be ol opinion thai the person oc mcrsons licensed is or are guilty, of I rial effeet, w here Buwtt Comfilumlu iwd Viur eillK'r fcswinir concealed, embezzled or convey- . rheta have niade them weak and debiliiali'd the ed awstj' any moneys, goods, chattels, tiling in aetinn or effects of Ihe uecenscd person alore ssil, the court shall forthwith render judgment favor of the executor or executors, adminis trator or administrators, of the estate, or in fa vr of the State of Ohio, for the uso of the es tate of nieh deceased person, (if there he no executor or administrator in this Stnte,) agsinit the person or peisons to found gnilly, for the amount of the moneys or the. value of llie (roods, chattels, IhinL's in action, or effects so conceal- ed, embezzled, or conveyed itwny, together with tn per centum pennltT, and all llie coila of such proceeding or complaint, which said judgment ball be a lien upon the real estate of the per son or persons against whom it is rendered, within trie county, from the rendition thereof. .Sec. 6. Thut ihe txretttor or executors, or administrator or administrator in favor of whom any ueh judgment shall have been rendered, may forthwith deliver to thu clerk of the eottrl of commun plea of the laid county, an authen ticated transcript, (which the probate judge is hereby directed lo make out' and deliver, on demand, to uch executor or executors, itdttiin iatralor or adminislrntors,) on which suid trim script the clerk aforesaid shall immediately is me an execution of tori facias et levari facias, returnable lo the nexi lerm of the said court of common pleas, for ihe nmounl of (he original judgment and costs, nnd the costs which may have acctued, or may accrue thereon. And thenceforth tnoceedinus on llie said executions hall be in all reipecta a if llie .aid judgment 1 ''" ' 'l'l"H" P M" composed Viail ka .l ..wl I,, rnnilnnnil'HIIOTS U I'l.ANTS I II I 11 isl nil I.VIIHlllre IO ')"" I ' a J I I . 1 ' i ill ill) PUIU I.UUI Va plea 6dc. 7. Thai if kucIi iutlizuunt a nforesnid be renderetl in the name of the Klatt: of Ohio, and there he no executor or administrator wiih in this State, the protfCeniing tUorricv of the counly khall cause the said transcript le he tiled in the clerk's office, and proceed kltjtreon to ex ecution a before provided ; and he !inll pay tha moneys renlized upon such execmiot, to to the Ireanurer of ihc county, fur ihe me of the laid estate, reserving such compensation to himself only as the probate court may allow. 8ec C. That all gift, grains or conveyances oflandi, tcncmenti.heieditanitnls, rent, goods or chattels, and all bond, judgment 'execu tion, made or obtained with intent to avoid the purpose! of this hcI, or in contempliition of any cnfxauiinaliiinorcomplaint a arorcsnid, shall Im? Utterly void nml of no effect. Sec 9. That the two hundred and thirty ninth ec:ion of the act to provide for the set tlement of 'he estates of defeased persona, pass ed the twenty-lhird day of March, in the ar eighteen hundred nnd forty, be repealed : Pro ridtd, however, that surh rt peal i-liall not affect any proceeding commenced or right tict tunl under or in virtue of the said section. JAMKS C JOHNSON. Speaker of the House of Representatives WILLIAM MEDl LL, President of the Senate. ftbnutry 26, lS. 'Atj one would suppose that the em of ewinif was the most 1 1 an ful and ; occupation in the wdi Id, and vei it is ab aaffriy horrifjmg to hear ladies talk nbout j q , - T . wan i eorfflar! cuttingi. whipping;' Urines r -j L... - l: ... r t '.- inga. vr nai a ni m n"ri til - i mm Kslalrof Thom;t C.rorgt- llrt 't!. Notiee is hereby g.ven thai the undersigned WW betn apia4rd and qual tied aa Exenuorr I the t stale of Thomas lieorge dee'd, Thoa ndrt'teil i'l oiake immediate piytueiu ; and hose bavin claims against said eolaie will pre ent ibeiu legally proven within oae var now Ins dale. .UN E U VX K, JOHN MAP. K rw..,,tvr H. IBii. F.X minr. "lltUT. We will otfer for rent, on the pre mist, in I he highest bidder, lor the term of three years ront the 1st of April neat, on Tuesday thai tirai cf February, next, at 1 1 o'clock A. M.. the I unsold quarter of eeelinn sixteen in l'nion! I Township. A bond wilh good security for the : innual paimmiof the rent, will be required, j frit re is oc the premises a good dwelling? house SAMl'KL SKMPLE r JOHN KILEY. S Jan. 14. ICS:.. Com. I 3nftan Doctor j The undersigned his located himself in the town of Carrolllon, Carroll county, Ohio, where he will tftid io all cases that hie entrusted to his rare, both i hrouic ind scute, (cjr Usurers, i-'crof-iilus, Rheumatisms, Old Sores, Consumptions, Liv- r Complaint, female Complaints of all kinds. Office East end of Main street. )H. V. TR AGO. N B. Exclusively on the Indian System. Jut e 3, oC2. CIIOES, LADIES' ti Al l KRS of all colors, Jen ,,ui,..i am nnA.A ...:.i. - i-..,i ..r ..i uy Lind Slippers, with a lull assortment ol ull kinds of the very best make, on hand und for ale, chesp, by CUMJ11MG S &. UK ALKIN. KCtttf fur Ibfl Alllit ictl. (IAHKF'1 OeiflRe Uiiaifft Prepared upon the must scientiric principle, und in strict accordance w ilh the laws of chemical af limty thereof, forming a remedy better calculated io permanently cure the following diseases than, any oilier ever yet discovered : lit man cures Rheumutism, Swellings, Sprams, Bruses, Cramps, Pains in the limbs, back, breast, I slaw or hips, weak or stiff joints, tooth-ache and pains- in any part, etc. In horses, swelin g, spavin wind-galls, callous, Inmeness, sprains, scratches, old sores, corks, stiff joints, lumps, ring tone, iatiied shoulders, asaaW Prepared by Dr. Wm. ( larke, Brooklyn, N. V. None genuine without the signature of Win i larke. For sale by B Stt venson, Currollton, and in every village in the county. filsy SI, 'oU.-uiu. WARM SYRUP JvWtH 11 Wl V IjTI $500 CMlLLEltCE. Wiiatc.vkii eoiieerncs llie health and liuppiness of a ptople is al all limes of the most valuable aa poitance. I lake it for granted that every per son will do all in their power, lo save the lives f dieir children, and thai every nPrVon will eu- urvu m i ..u...,c .i.r ., m , . u r ! Ac"- 1 '';, ," S ,US d!'lV 10 tm 1 you Ihsi W0BK4WordjH u. the opinion o' I iheinoslceULratfd I'lij-ctaDH, are the priuinrv j causes of a large majority ol J;seu3cs to which I deavct 10 promote their own health at all eucri- hildrcn and adults are liable i ii vou have an ap ii.. ,.i i.. ,.' ,m. l.i I o i IHIiw ' vitPMHiawiv tiwM, w, - load id enoilier, Ban tn, rain in tne aioroacn, i Picking at the Nose, HanlnesH and Fullness ot ihe Belly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever Pulse Irrt lar-rene m er that nil ihrse denote WORMS, ""' yn fl'm'"1 al al'l,lv " '!) ' HOkHSNSACKH WORM SYRUP. A) M coiiipouu. e I with purely vegiiable substances, hyng perlecllv sale when taken, and oui. be giv-! (inter ii.!. nit Willi . iM i. t'i rin i , t,e ,,iost lender Inlaut wilii decided henefl wnle properties ol my Wmm Myrtip are such, that it stands without un equal in the catalogue 01 medicines, in giving lone and strength to the Stomach, which makes il an Infallible lemedy for ilt eo uH'.icted with DfiiptfUia, the astonishing , cures peili lined by this Svmp alter Physicians! have failed, is the best ei'i lence of its superior' efficacy over ull oilier Till: I A I'l WOK VI! his is ihs most dlflrult Worm 10 do.-tr.iy of all j 'hat infest ins human system, ii grows io uu I- u.osi liideliinie leiiitlli, becoiinni; so coiled and Listened ill the lutcstinm and Sinuuich ullecling lite heahh so sailly as io cause St. Vitus Dance, j f its, AC that those iillhcled seldom If ever sus I peel I hut il is Wm hastening lliein loan early grave. Inoiuui lo destiny this wm in, a ve ry energetic tteuliiieni must be pursued, il would ilierefoie be pioprr to lake Ii io I) of my Liver Pills so us to remote all obsti unions, that the Worm Syrup may act direct upon the Worm, which must be taken in doses of 'J Tablespoons lull l ii 1 1 h a day lluse duei lions billowed have ! """' ,0' ! ot r"P" never been known to tu l In curing llie most ob- 1',-HI. Ilolioiistiuii'si Mm Tillx. No nail of the HtMfiii la un re li.il.lc to disease , K.'1-. Jit theft the LtVfiRi it serving its a lilterer to puril) 'of the liver and iliir,eelive organs, and ihe pow to iiirifv the liloo.l, or giving llie proper nerreiion erlul iniliirnce il exeils upon nervous piostra 10 lha. (ll) I sollialitiiy wrong action of llie Liver ' tion is really surprising. It calms anil Hlreii(lh- Hi ct llie other imi miant pari nl the system untl results variously, i i Liver Compluint, Jtiiin tlice, Dyspepnia, 4c. We should, therefore, watch ever f ynipltim Mini iiiiulil iinlicate a wrmiK heal the sick : Namely, lt, An EXTKCTORANT, which BiicnieiitH the aecrt lion from the I ulnionary mucus membrane or prnmolea the ilisrhnrge of se creted matter. 2nd. An ALTERNATIVE, which rhinges In some inexplicable and insensible man ner the certain morbid action of the system. 3d, ATONIC, which gives tone and strength to the nervour system, reuewing health and vigor to all parts of the body. 4lh, A CATHARTIC, which ucts in perlect harmony wilh the other ingredionU, und nperutiujr on (he Bowels, and expelling the whole nines or corrupt and vinttd mutter, and puri fying the Bleod, which destroys disease and re store hcnlth. tti mm. You will fiud there pill an invaluable medicine in many complaints to which yon are subject. In obstruclisns either total or partial, they have been found of mm tunable benefit, restoring their func tional arrangeiueiila to a healthy action, purifying the blond and other fluids sn effectually to put to flight all ct mplaints which my arise from female irregularities, na heatliu he, giddiness, dimness of sight, pain in the side, back, &c. None genuine unices signed J. N Hobenscck, all others being base imitatiou. OCT Agents wishing new supplies, and Store Keepers desirous ol hrroming Agents n.ust ud- dres the Proprietor, J. N. Hobensack, Philadel phi, Pa. A a : jv- v S , C. A. LhicgeLCarrullion ; .Win. Waters, Har lem ; Wm. Curms, Perryv,lle ; I. Hilbern ii Co., Kilgoro; S. A. Highland, New Harris btiigh ; Geo. Arbuckle, Malvorn ; Hull Ae Buss. - ' Oneida ; C. At C. Manfull, Augusta; Dr. Jas. Cotter, New Hagersiown ; Amos Carr, Locs - burgh ; J. Millwuck, do. ; J. Nwoll, Levdull- yiHe ! J- Wellou, Palermo. hoicsalc Aj-nis iaiiics Haher, W heeling ; Hoyscr A: McDcwcll, Pitiabugh ; Mr. Reck eus, Cincinnmii. A 01 ii lt d ;.."! PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Eaiablwhed III years ago, by Dr. Kinkelin, N. W coiner ot Tbtrsi and Union siren. letvrren ,nie ai 4 I' He Ma., Plnladelpiei. Eight teN years ot exiensir and oninterrupi- ed practice spent in this cuv, have rendertd Dr. K. the tiKMt exett and sureeaslul praenuoiicr. tar and near in the treatment ot all diasatea ol a iirirsie nature. IVrsoite airlifted wilh ulcer ap m the ludy, throat sr lega, pairs in the head or1 bours, u.urcuiial rheumatism; strictures, gravel, disease arising trom youthful excesses or liupuri uea ol the blood, whereby the constitution has heroine enfeebled, ore all treated wilh aticeeee. He w ho place hhJ under the raje of Br K . n,ay religiously confide in bu honor as a gen llc inai , and coi.tideiitly rely upon his rklll as a physician. Take rMBWcri.AK notice. Young men who du'eed "-a habit Irequentl, learned fro,,, ev,l coinpumon, or at.chool; .he fffecta of which are nightly telt, even u hen asleep, and des.r.y both . :j ' ... i ; IIIU IIU IWIJ, SHUllllI aW7 Pilimruiai' 'J Weakness anil rnnlitiitional del ililV. loss ol muscular energy, physical lassitude and general prostration, irritai-ihiy and all nervous alfections, indigestion, sluggishness nl the liver, and every .lisease in la) way connected with the discrdei of the proactive unctun. cured, and full vigor j restored. Read !! Voi. i ii o uanhoop A Vigoron Lile, or a premature ilcalh Kil ke in on Seli ( PreaervanoiiOnly H Cenut. l hi look jusi puMielnd is filled with asraal inloi inalion, on the; ii firmiiiis and diseases tf llie Oeneralive Oi sMaf, it addresses itself al ke lo Youth. Man liood and Old age and should be read by all. The valuable advice und imptessive w-ariiinv ii gives will prevent yeais ol misery and m: tit r- . law, and save eunuaily Ihoiisandsol lives. Parent by read.ngil w ill learn how lo prevent the de.-nuction ol tilt ir children. .A reiiiitlance of 25 cents, enclosed in alei ler, addressed to Dr. KlgUMX, N. W. corner all Third ai d I'liion streeis, Lelween Spruce and Pint, l'hilailelj hia, will ensure a look under en velope, per return f mail. Persons at a distance may address Dr. K, l y letter, (post paid ) and be cured at home. 1 ackages ol medicines, Dneciioiia, &c , lor waidrd by sending a remittance, and put up se cure from da i cr rui iosily. Book-selhip, News Agenls, l'edlers, 'Janvas and all oihers supp ied wilh the above wotk at verv 'ow 1 11 Lit (ONPHIYI, Jaundice, Dvspepsia, Chronir or nervous debili ly, diseases ol the i. dues, and all diseases ari sing from a disordered liver oi stomach, such a consiiparion inward p ies, fnllnesof biood io the head, acidity ol the stomach nusea, heuri burn, disgusi lor food, fullness, or weight in :li sioinach, soul f iiittalions, sinking or lUltering ai the pit of lliesioinach, swimming of the 'n ail hurried and dillicult breallnne, fluttering at Uie heart, choking or suffocating ennsatioiiB when in a lying posture, dimness ol vision, hots or webs beicre the sight, fever and dull pain in the head, deficiency of piespiiation, yellowness of the skin and eyes, pain in ihe side, back, chert lims ke., sudden Hushes ol hea', bin ning in the Mab, constant iuiaginingings ol evil I great depros sion ol spirits, can be effectually cured by Dr. lloolland's (,'elebraled German Bitters, prepured by Dr. C. M. Jackson, at the German Medicine Mnis, 120 Arcii sircit, Philadelphia, Ibeil power over ihe above diseases is nut felled-,. e,,ualled-'..y any other preparatiei ti. Uniit U States, as the cures attest, in cnB)Pt aft.r tkilllul pU.ieiaiiB had failed. These bi iters are wot thy the attention of I'heir power over ihe above diseases is nut ex- iraiicn in imiiiy thy the attention ol in yallds, Po-scssing greai virlues in llie rtctiflca- '.. .. i inn n ,li:i.ei ol the liver and lesser glands, exercising the moil searching powers in weak ness and affections of ihc digestive organs, they aie withal, safe, certain and pleosant. Rf.ad amp nF. cjnvinceu. From tbe "Boston Bee. The BsHMs) said, Dec. 2ind--Dr. lloof laud'a Celel rated (lermait Bnters lor the cttie ol Liver roiiiplaiiit, Jaundire, Dyspepsia, clonic or ,ar ...edirines of the day. These Hitlers .' ' ... i i . i in i-wniiu 1 1 . . I i ill Im .1 punr v pil I u mil, nl lie mnul h&ve hoen ineu v ; i u m i , una a menu ui our elliovvpavH lit! hill lnuiNfH i erei vtH itiifffpci- ii il t.nil noun: iii ftll r as nl' lifpr r ill 1 1 1 1 Li 1 1 1 1 linn ,JP llgp o) n,;s remedy. We are convinced that. in llie use ol in. ii Milters, tlin plliclil gums Irenglh and vigor a lam worthy of greai on sidsrMioil Tliey are pleasant in taste and I smell, and can be used by prisons with the inosi i delieale sion.achs wilh safely, under anyciictiin stances. We are speaking ffOni experience, and i to the utllicted we advi.-e their use. "Scott's Weekly, ,- one of the best Literary pa pers published, said, Aug. 'i" "Dr. lloofland's Herman Bitlerrs, manufac tured by Dr. Jackson, aro now recommended bj some ol ihe ino.-u pioniiiienl members of the lac 1 ulty as an article of much t flicaey in cases o1 female weakness As such in the case, wt w'otild advise all mothers io obtain u bollie, and thus save thehiselvf much sickness. Psrsonr of debilitated consiitiilions will find these liilten ! advantageous to their health, as we know from I experience the salutary effect they have upoi ' weak systems." Moue Evidenci:. Thu Hon. C D Ilincline. .Mayor of ihe e'uy ol (-amtlen, N. J. says: "lloolland's Usriuan Biiters. We have een , many llattiring I Ollcf of this medicine, und tin i sources Ircin which they Clime IliiU'eil us to ineka inquiry respecting its merit. FVontlnqOl , ry we u rn- persundeil to use u, and must sa) j we found il specific in its action upon diseaser en the n i vh, luiiiiiini; litem into a bUte of re pose, making slt sp relreshing. "If ibis medicine was more generally used, we are sutirllid llirre would be lens sickness, us ll'Oin the f-UHiiai'h, livi r, untl nei vtius system ihe great iiinimity of leiiland iimiKiiian diseases em- i anaie. Have tin in in a healthy tondiiion, and you can inn tit nance lo epiilt iiucs genera iy. This exiraorilinaiy uiedirine we would advise our friends w ho are al all indisposed, m un-e a lrial--il will rrcoiniiienil ilsell. It should, in tact, be in every laiuily. No other uiediciiie can piotiuce such evidence of merit''' Evidence upon evidence hue been received (like the lorrgoing) from all sections of the Union, within the lust tlirie years, anil the strong est lesii ninny in us favor, is. that there is more ot it i;sid 'n the practice ol llie regular physicians ot Philadelphia) than ail other noHiums com bined, a faci thai can easily be established, and fully proving thai a scientific preparation will meet with their quiet approval when presented even in this form. That this modicine will cure Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia, no one can doubt alter using it as directed. It acts specifically upon ihe stom ach and liter; and is prelerahlc to calomel in all bilious diseases the effect is immediate. They can be administered to female or infant with safe ty and reliable benefit at any time. Look well to the marks of the genuine. They have the written signature of O. M. Jackson upon the wrapper, and his name blown in the bottle, without which they are spurious. For salo wholesale and retail at the German Medicine i lore, No. 120 Arch street, one door be low 8i .Philadelphir ; and by respectable deal ers generally through the country. Pricks re duced, to enable all clases of invalids to enjoy the advantages of their great restorative powers. Single Bottle 76 cents. Also for sale by R. H. McCall, Carrollton, O. Wholesale eg'ts for O. ; Spink & Howard, Woos ter, O. Carpet (Jliuin! lh .Colored Carpet Yarn received and for sale hy CUMMINGS it BRACKIN. Carrollion, July 16th, 1852. j holier Notice U hereby given that the undermined has beeu appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of W I m II - on dee'd. AH persons indebted to said estate will make immediate piy- hmI ami n.Mjini kvimf claims inal i.l ute' wii pretent them, legally proven, within one rear from this date. WILLIAM C. WARE, Adm'r. ft bro.n 1R, IfMI. "Mire Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed Administrator ot the estate of Jaconb Muckley, late of Carroll county, deceased. Those indebted will make immediate payment, and those havmg claims against said estate wili present them legally authenticated within one year from fie date. JOi-ErH RANNE. October W. l5i. JOOO I Inekt iix A Turkeys ANTED, for which I will pay At " t P" in CASH if delivered at my house t'arrollton. next d.,r below U.e Pjcayune orTn Bnni? them neht along. 8. O. SKKtt. mar- iii ( " Mcnnlms U Art of o i tn,-. ii J tSli. by J. S. IIOCOIITO.N, M l., in Uis c-irrk uth.t ol th Ditrie Court Ir ih. Eutrm lli-tna uf i'eon ham. Another Scientific Wonder ! GREAT CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA! D". J. S. HOUCHTON'8 PEPSIN DIGESTIVE FLUID, OK, CAtfTatfC JUICE Prepared from Rennet, or Ihe fourth stomach o the ox, after direclions of Baron Liebi'r, the great Dl -I--1 ' I (j it .... Physiological Chemist, By J 8. Houghton, M. D., fliiiuueipuia. fa. 'I digest " Such is the true meaning of the word Pepsin. It is the chief element, or great di gesting principle of the Gastric Juice the sol vent of the food, the purifying, preserving, and stimulating agent of the stomach and intestines. It is extracted from the digestive stomach of the ox; thu forming a true digestive fluid, precisely like the natural Gaslric Juice in its chemical pow ers, and furnishing a complete and perfect substi tute for it. This is nature's own remedy for an unhealthy stomach. No art of man can equal its curative powers. Il contains no alchohol, bitters, acids, or nauseous drngs. ft is extremely agreeable- to the taste, and may be taken by the most feeble patients who cannot eat a water cracker without acute dis tress. Beware of drugged knit it ions. Pepsin is not a drug. Half a teaspoonful of Pepsin infused in water, will digest or dissolve five pounds of Roast beef in about two hours, out of the stomach. SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE? 07-The scientific evidence upon which this remedy is based is in the highest degree curious awl remarkable. Call on the agent, and get a descriptive circu lar, gratis, giving a large amount of scientific evi dence, from Liebig's Animal Chemistry ; Dr. Combe's Physiology of Digestion ; Dr. Pereira on Food and Diet ; Dr. John W. Draper, of New York University : Prof. Dctglison'a Physiology; Pro. Silliman, of Vale College ; Dr. Carpenter's Physiology Ac, together with imports of cures from all parts of the United States. PEI'SlN IS FLl'in AND POWDER. Dr. Houghton's Pepsin is prepared in powfl,T and in lluid form and in prescription vials for the use of physicians. The powder will be sent by mail, free of postage, for one dollar, sent to Dr. Houghton, Philadelphia. (KTObserve this! Every bottle of the genuine lepsin hears the written signature of J.S. Hough ton, M. D.,sole proprietor, Philadc'phia, Pa. Copy right and trade-mark secured. 07"Holtl by all Druggists and dealers in medi cines. I rice- one dnllur pe. bottle. Agents C. A. Bu-gel, Carrollton; John j ;1. Smith &. Co , New Philadelphia; Hening & Mel vin, Steubunville; Nicholas Bour, Canton. 'Every l'amiiv Mliould Have a dim." AN INVALUABLE BOOK, ONLV TWKNTY-F1VE C.Td. l'KR COPY MAN KNOW THYSELF. Hi. HUNTER'S Medical Manut 1 and hand ho ,k for the afflicted. Containing an outline of the Origin, Progress, Treatment and cure of every form of disease, contracted by Pruiniseuous Sexual In tercourse, by Sel -abuse, or by Sexual Excess, with advice for their prevention, written in a familiar style, avoiding ull medical technicalities and every thing that would offend the ( ar of decency, from the result of some twenty years successful prac tice, exclusively devoted to the cure of diseases of a delicate or private nature. To weich is added, receipts for the cure of the above diseases, antl a treatise on the causes, symp toms and cure of the Fever and Ague, for twenty live cents a copy; six copies one dollar; wil! be forwarded to any part of t e United States, by mail tree of postage. Aililross, postage paid, "Hox, ,6 Post Office, or the Author, 38 North 7th street Philadelphia, Fifty dollars forfeit. Dr. Hunter will forfeit $50 if failing to cure any caso of secret disease that msy come under his cre, no matter how long stumliug or afflicting. Either sex ire invited to his Private .looms, 38 North 7th street, Philadel phia, witnout fear of interruption from other pa tients. Grangers and others who have been un fortunate in the selection of a Physician are in vited to ca I. Impotency. Through unrestrained indulgence self-abuse, the evils ot the passions, hy excess ot are numerous. Premature impotency, involuntary seminal discharges, wasting of the organs, loss of memory, a distnte for female society, general de bility, or constitutional derangement, lie sure to follow. If necessary, consult the Doctor with con fidence, he offers a perfect cure. Read ard Rkfleot. The afflicted would do well to reflect before trusting this hea th, happiness nd in many esses their ives, in the hinds of phy sicians ignorint of this class of mulidies. It is certainly impossible for one man to understand all the ills the human family are subject to. Every respect b e physician his his peculiar branch, in which he is more successful than his brother pro fessors, and to that he devotes must of his time and study. Years of Practice, exclusively devoted to the study and treatm nt of diseases of Ihe sexual or ' gans, together with u cers upon the body, throat, I nose, or legs, pains in the head, or bones, mercu ria1 rheumatism, strictures, gravel, irregu'arities, diseases (rising from youthful excesses, o impu rities of the blood, whereby the constitution has j become enfeebled, enables the Doctor to off r ' speedy re ief to all who may p ace themselves un der his care. Medicine forwarded to any part of the United Staies, price five and ten dollars per package. October --!. 1850 mull lis hereby given that the undenigned have been appointed and qualified Executors of ihe estate of Hezekiah T. Bevers. deceased. All those indebted to said estate will make immedi ate payment; and those having claim against it will present them, legally proven, within one yor from thii dr.te. THOS. COBLE, THOS. R. GRIFFIN. Oitober 2, 1852. Business (Sards, J. PEARCK. JlTTttBVI.Y A't LAW. WILL Kt&UME the pradee el hs I r le -o i. in fie i-.oint of Carroll. Tu-earawrs S.ark, Columbians, H irnsou and Jefferson. (-Office, west ol the Public Square, ant1 above Me-en. S J- Sterling's saddlri's shop. Carrollton. Prfh. 5, lS. UT VAN BROWN, n roR RT 1 w OmcE in t ie Stidt.e Hot ss," CARROLLTON, OHIO rh. i. itct. tt LAW iNOTiCE. J0H1 i. BtlNMLL, Attorney and ' ou sellor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, wil attend 10 all business entrusted 10 hi care in the counties of Tuscarawas, Carroll, Huirison Coshocton, Hoimus, Stark, or elsewhere. Of fice io Uhrichsville, Tuscarawas county, Ohio. Jsdfjt, I8SO. A. S. Kamsci, ITT0R5IEY IT LAW AD 80LKIT0R B CUAMKKY. W ill practice in Carroll and adjoining counties. Prompt and efficient attention given to all case entrusted to bis care Office in the Court House Dec. 6th, I860. ly. LAW MJIIPL. A. T. Ready, Attorney and Cout tellor al Late und Solicitor in Chancery, will practice in Tuscarawas and the adjoining counties. All business entrusted to his care will be promptly ; attended to. Office in New Philadelphia, Ohio ! April 5. I860. i. ui lit. j. m. da vi s I t K LEI A DAVIS, Attorneys and Counsellor al Late, H AVE entered into partnership, and will pmetio at the ir profession in Carroll and llie adjoining o i niies. All business entrusted to ihem illre -ive prompt attention. Office in the trace buiid f ng, opposite ihe weal door of the court hnuae m " . '4 law nothe:. JOHK II. TBI PP. ATTORNEY and Counsellor otLaw and S lis citor in Chancery. Office in frame buildings, op posite "Court house " up stairs, over the store of Cameron and Kennedy." October 16, 1850. (j. :il.'SSEV, S. SINCLAIR in ssi: a MllCLAIRi Storage Skipping & 4'omini.sslon lcrrh i nt WO I. AM UKAl.KRS IN White Tad, Glass, Fish, Salt, i'lasler, tpc. dc. No. 70, on Dock, and 13.3, River-t., CLEVELAND, OHIO. ca:i advanc :s m.ii'K on oul mum r- Kf ina for all Steunn Eal and Propller. 10 llie Like Superiw Line. t Win. A. Oti&Co, Cleveland. Refer hWNile-i Si Wh eler, - - - Kulfitlo. f r. M. Howe, Cashier, - Piitsburgh. Feb. 8 RM. U Ketlce Is hereby given that the undersigned have been appointed and qualified as Administrator of the or-tate of J. G. Kennedy, deceased. Those in debted to said estate will make immediate payment , and those having claim against said estate will present them legally authenticated within one year from this date. SAMUEL STERLING, JOHN H. TRIPP. J,;ly 0, IB62. Administrators. .Sale f Itcal i:l;iH ' hy order o' court, on Friday the 2oih day of March, A. D. IfcJS, one o'clock P. M.. on the premises will he soiu W lha higher bidder the lollowing real estate as lijf Vr?Perly of h la,p Charles Hess d ceased, to .'.: Psrt ol the north-west quarter of Reciion no. lownhip It rnmrn 4. ill letfi'rson (Olillv. Ohit,. qnd a part of ihe norili-easi quarter of setiiou nuiajbc? M n township 1 1 and range 4. in Carrol county, fllun hi'inniiiiirr nt t ip nnrth-w as t corner ol se' - .., ...... ..... - - - j Ohio, beginning at the north- wast cornpr of Ms! lion no. '2-1 in Jefler.-ton county, and lit north east rornei of section number 30 in Carroll coun ty, and rumiinir, tliPiice east 1:1116-100 perches 10 POn1f"' ot El'1'"' iXtf'' ,ani1' ll'?C( S 53, W. 16 perches, with saiti Ualtiel e line, e. 45, W. 16 degrees, S. 2 perchrs, W. 10 perches, fc. 36". VV, 14 perches, ,tf. 3i, W. U perches, S. 24", W. 14 perches, son ill 9 perch es, S. 33", W. 6 4 10 perches to ihe Esst bounda ry line ol Fuc ory lot, thence wilh ih' Factory lot line N. f3, W. 9 4-tO perches io a post west side Tail Rice, S. 41, W, 19 perdue to u post west side Head R tce S 1 14, W 59 6 10 perches to 4 post, S 1, W 9 2-10 perches to a willow 'ree west hank of Yellow Cretk below dam, S 35" E, 18 5-10 perches to a while o..k on llie south boundary of said quarter section east of creek, then-e west 97 perches, crossing the coun ty line to a post tram which a white oak III in. diama er bears W 18, E 13 links and a white oak 15 in. diainater, N 77", E 21 liiikn, thence north I5B perches to a post In the north bounda ry of section no. 30, township II and range 4, thence east 41 perches to llie place of beginning; contiiining one hundred und nineteen acres, more or less, encumbered by the dower of C th arine Hess, set off and assigned lo her by metes and bounds and containing 99 acres ol land, more or less. The premises so encumbered are appraised at nine hundred dollnrs ($900) ; ulso Factory lot, being a part of the norih-wesi quar ter ol section no. 24 in township II, range 4 in the cotiniy of Jefferson and State of Ohio j be irinninir al a Whtt oak In the smith boundary of i 9aid llla,ler action, running thence east 22 1-10 perches IO a posi in" soutu-rasi cut nrr oi uir wett half of the north-west quarter of section aforesaid, thence north 92 perches to a post, thence N 55 west 9 4-10 perches to a post west side Tail Race, thence S 411, west 19 perches to a post west side Heed Race, thence S Hi, west 59 6-10 to a post west side Head Race, thence S I", west 9 2-10 perches to a willow, wist baik of Yellow Cretk below dam; thence S 35, E 18 5-10 perches to the place of begin ning ; containing fifteen acres, one rood and thirteen perches, more or less. This lot is unin cumbered and appraised at nine hundred dollars ($9O0). Also the undivided four-tilths parts of a certain tract of laud lying in said county of Jefferson and being a part of the south-west qr. of section no. tweuiy-tbtir (24) in township elev en (II) and range four (4), bounded us follows to wil : beginning at a white oak, or near it, be. iug ihe north-west corner of Henry Isenaugle's land; thence south 70 perches lo s stake; thence wesi 50 3-10 perches to a stake; thence north seventy perches to a stake, thence east 60 3 10 perches io the place of beginning ; con taining twenty-two acres, more or less, together with the water right races and dams as they now are and the privelege to keep up and clean them aa often as may be needed forever as they are now situated through said quarter section ; and the aouth-easi quarter of section no. thirty (30), township and range aforesaid, in the county of Carroll. The premises before described are ap praised at twenty-six hundred dollars ($2600,. Terms of sale, one-third of the purchase miney to be paid in band, and one-third in one year and the residue in two yearn with interest from the duy of sale, to be secured by mortgtge on oremtses. SOLOMON STIN I, MORRIS SPRING 3P. I Administrators of the estate of Charles Hea iee'd. I Feb. 25, I853.-41S. WESTERN SEW YORK COLLEGE OF HEALTH K. m Wain sitwi, UffaU. R. T. DR. 0. O. VAUGHN'S titnuu LiTiBiTiimc unni THIS iMSlbwIil o)) b 'HwiaBlmi AIL OVTl Til WOaXD IH.mmJiomm ntimml ftmUt in, m4 laslu tU un mt ihta imiUm iisilr alms', m mmgm ft kw o.j tmmm aa Mm m lasaam T. m in.kiiw, (.Min. aisl Sa Sm w4 MMhl mmtmm w o mllt. kimuiit On vn n ( i'R nnj) Darin swiUt n n, , Mm m af a swa Anamnj UM HWI HITHnTO IHCTTlAiLl, k ntw rM u iMi nl-wn i.nnnlr iiS wrwet .aoi-ns Lai nnaaan at Unr, mf m caatMr kaap W . ! MS in nana w ) 11 aaaj aajnaj aran na aaaaaan APPUCAT10K OF THX DTin. n aarfcrata Ika ralrn anl lat Ua aaaaawkaal aua law awaj. tailr la III ai, aaaia, and luail, la aai h a aaaaS la" t-tk. W) tkaar rs aa tWa naaali la mm. aai mmn a ana. Lat than btv ii yt--r 1 i liimaiauln.il Unr ailliivas a fait mat. 0&ATXL, anl all ilaaaan of ika anaart atfaaa 1 fat Uana itaaania ean planiU, il ataaai anna ; na aUwr inlcla can ratia.a raai aai Uf aana usuiiad ui will caatiaaa iha ana akaptical ; -Saa aanaaam DEBILITY OT THX ITSTU, wrak bail, waaknan at Uw Kidaan, fea .n nlannaliaa af nan, h innailialalr atail lr a law darian af Sua naJkiaa. awl I cara u alwara a naak af IU an. Hataaaaaa A CERTAIN RKJCEDT In nek oomelaiau, wlua w laiaianaali af tin fcaula fraan. 1BJIE00LAJSMTTES, SUFFRJCSaUOaTt, painrul ananraaliam. Na anicla hu nrr barn tfmm aieaiit thia, hi... ..y loach Ika kiwi ol aariuonanla. It may w nlnd uoon M a .an anil aflacuia irnalr, and ilal wa (aai parmlUal la da to, nklma A THOUSAND MAKES n ptoaf ,,r enna ia tin. it paWt. All laakan dawn, al nrcur,, will fin.l lha I, dUlnMif clan af . onplainti 9ft pain. .Ullllll.tMl nimurv. wi fin, tha wai-mc nown a thia aruan ta aoi man. dialali . and lha pananaaa nnmal nailiualad from Un malan. TaalVdnlinct praiHwim whk b camian lha anicla, naatlaat tkan alia partivalarir in tin applwatlau of th canmand, lar Un Inuan inff chin nl coniiiiiint, w l,u t hrail Uin pararaBll. Far onaanar Unt haa Inaa aaid in th north af Karaaa, a CERTAIN BOTANICAL AQEHT. which in nil riaaaan or itaraataanata af tha fonala fraan. alalrac ltHrt, difltunllaa, iniaful ninilraatioaa. kc. har Saltan' a can. Tint rnoi m iaditanoar lo oar rail, and found in lanta qnanttun, and a. .1 mailn-inal prapartr. Mania w tibial aa aqaal rt faina ana af 11m, corapoamlr la tha pmi.-imtna, which, aa a whan, a tha kaal rrmaily am (iran to a dabilitatad hmuir ; a ia ran. aad Un rratani will ha na)oral in hralth la) iu naa. For tha print nl all SinimUirti. INraaan attandant aa prataanrr it allaia than latratn( and ininfal tnaable. which aftaa ot.-ar boll to narriad ami onnarrnd fan. 1 1n. and rrowvw titan nrlilinll ah atruciionr which aria fron taktaa cokl, fee. CONSUMPTION ab I.l CnapLiT, Birnar Diiw, altannairaa a Uu i.aa. f..r. LM'. H.mnuu, MgU Src.u. ftu;aaf. It., fer al than djnjaaaa aa MadKtaa hu araf bean it, aqaal. f CANCERS, FEVER SORES, SCS0VU1A, KWELLXD JOINTS, HARD TCMORS, and 8FINAh A4T SECTION lA,r MrJicimt aaa and if curing tktwtrft clttf.M mo oar ajKirm' riti !aa ronaiU, araaa alAar. AwlUfr ta try lir Mritcmr, tt a eara will rHTataLt rrrat ran )U arr. Mrrr mtimg mm Mtiuimt aaar arora IM anrW lU aaaf. CmU ra Jtgtmtt ami get a Pamphlet. FEVER AND AGUE. To the ft nut Writ niwcially, anl wharcvn Una) conplailta pra- atl. Uiu andtuiin w ollarad. NO MINERAL AGENT, no ilolalarioai command ia a pan of Unr tniatnn. it cam thiaa dia aaraa with uartaintr and calantr. and due. not U-nva tha lima tarptil. It miulaof rautr ulom. and u nanlr a VTatahlo l'r. par, lion, anil lia. noiliii.it in iu comporinon WMaa can in tha laaat lajitn any rnraon amlcr anr circamaunca, wlialarar. Nuanroui i catliltcaln ol tha hiahatt raapaclubtlii an pablnlwd in Uw pamuklala. which aradta tnbutad uratuitoarlif. FILES. a cnnpliunt of a moat pninfnl churactar, hi IMMEDIATELY RELIEVED, and a can follow! by n law daya an of thia am, la : It U far lafon any other pnparution lor thia ilinun, or for any other dtann onui liiif from impure kwal. Sea pnmplilat. ERUPTIVE DISEASES will find tha altaratlva propartin of thia arl.cla PURIFY THE BLOOD, an l driva inch dinaaaa from the intern. Saa pamphlet far tuli. mon, of cum in ull iltmun. winch the limiuof un ml veruument will not permit to In named Inn. Acentr live them awar ; thay oaStaia aa pinna of orrUlicntw a lh chanutar, and a r Iron jar ARRAY OF PROOF af the vinnn of a nwlicina, mrer appaarwd. It ia am of lha peculiar fcuturn of thia article thut it never lull) lo benefit tr any i;uaa, and If bona and muacle an lalt to build upon lei the emulated ami liner Int invalid HOPE ON, and keep tnklnf tha medicine U lon u there hi an improvement. The proprietor woald CAUTION THE PUBLIC tKftinat a number of aniclea which come oat anilar tha heail ol SARSAPARILLAS, SYRUPS, Ac, u cum for Droiwr, Gravel, kc: Tiny an food for vaMhiu. Ua ooncoulod to full un an wary ; TOUCH THEM NOT. Their inventor, never theuiht ol uarinf each dlaeana till tha anicla hail dona it. A inrueiilur rtnly af the pamphlet itaurneatly aalielnu AaanU aad ull who nil On anicla un GLAD TO CIRCULATE (ralnitouily. Tut ap in 80 . baallaa. at 1 ; H aa. do. at K t-ua each the laricer holding 6 ox. mon than two small bottin. .nee war anil not aet immtird anew. Every battle ku Vaaghn't Vefatabta Lithonuipnc Milium. ' blawa apoa the (Ian, the nrttiaa iiguutum of " ti. 0. Vaughn ' on the ihnuriaaa, and " ii C. Vaughn. Hul. tulo," tttmotd on tkt cork. None other an genuine. Pnpaml hv Dl. ii. V. Vawikn, and aU al the Principal Office, !07 Main tract, Buffalo, at whnleenle and retail. No attention given la Mini union post pnul poet pant latter, or venal uoatnunlcaunoj much. ing advice, promptly attended lo, rntia. VVholeaala Agents, Oh-ott, McKesson k Robins, No. I.. Maiden Lane, New York City ; Mrs. E. Kidder & Co., Boston ; 0, 8. Uunl. anil fc Co., I.'mcianatl I J. Uwen It Co. , Detroit ; Sanrs fc Buy, UM caieo; Kisk St Hull, Cleveland: R. E. Sellers, 1'itlsburgli ; Winer fc Stan, Hamilton, C. W., and fur sale liy all tire respectuble Dreg, gals umiegaout tin L'aihn Stain aad Caauda, and at retail by For sale by Dr. C. A. Bot gel 1'arrollinn O. James Forbes Sr, New Mngerstown; H. Roby As Co., Leesville; R. 13. Smith. Pekin; H. V. Daver, Oneida: E. i. Barkdull & Co., Maano- lia; Gregg & Nace. New Liabin; Arter & Nich- r.U II.,,,,, .-..v II Trill Minorvn- K. tirt'V. K. K. i vVaynesburgh; Jno. H. Klippard. Louisville; . J b,,;,, 0; Croskey & Parker, New i ,)-" Markm; John J. Smuh, New Philadelphia; Kj. Weibel. Zoar; .Henry Crew, Richmond; Hilben did., Kilgoro; Wirt. Walters, Harlem. t)arlcm Springs, CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO, JOHN HUBERT, Proprietor. The Establish ment has been put in complete re pair, and a new building erected for the comfort of Patients and Visitors. Hacks and other onvey ances constantly running to all the Principal Points. HOUSE & SIGN PAINTING. KENEDY & COLEMAN. All kinds of work in our line executed in the most approved style and on moderate terms. Give us s call. Shop at the south-east correr of the public square. GEO. F. KENEDY, DAVID M. COLEMAN. Carrollton, O., April 9. l852.-3m. PARTNERSHIP. A Partnership has this day been formed between the undersigned in the mercantile business, under the name and style of Cummings & Brackin, and we itvite all the customers of the "old corner," and the public generally, to call and see us. March 15. 1852. ). P. CUMMINGS, I. H. BRACKIN. od LlVfr OIL A superior article just re ceived at ihe Drug Sure of Dec. 11, 1851. U. A. BUHOKIa. Sign of the Black Mortar. THE UNDERSIGNED would re spectfully inform ihe citizen of Car rollton and surrounding country, mat he keep constantly on hand the best assortment of DRUGS AND MEDICINES in the country. Also, lhai he is determined to sell tho same a low as any body else dare- having come to ihe conclusion or permanently location in this placo, aad devoting our time to the above business, we are bound not to bo beaten, and will sell at wholesale or retail very low for cash. N. B. Order from the conniry will receive prompt attention. Doctors, when you come to Carrollton, call at the Sign ol ihe BLACK MORTAR before buying elsewhere. Gentle men give ua a call. C. A. BOEGEL, Druggist. Dec. II. '51. For Sate. The P-ttton House, of Carrollton, i hereby of ered for sale on reasonable terms. A good title will be given. For further particulars enquire of LOUIS SOHACrCK, July I, '52 .-if. Canton. Ohio ( lock, ClOcks A beautiful article of mantle, "New Styles," just received and lor sale low by CUMMINGS & BRACKIN.