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iFnr,y ike Ihnham Hotue W. A. 8WT0, PROPRIETOR. Tata Ivft assi aea.aane.8saj MtoMWharnt hat kM UMsrusU repaired, sod reaorated throaffa Hit, aaa. will cvmpar- favorably with any of ibe 6rA class HetrU ia Um Mate. It ontaios mure thaMe hundred roooia, all ia complete order Th aoea h besaYtifully ntuated on the Public irthe ( curt Hi loose. In the centre of bus- iii CM, ana hat the ad anlart; of oure air anJ an "b spare amend it. The table ia furm.hed with the beat the markets afford, and the Procriotiw ia Md to ssexe neither rxpense nor effort, to r toe Poreat Git? a oleasaat btiioninir.uUrp t,. tbuce ajrko say mil levelaod either on business aria the Mi of pleaaure. An Omnibus n a! -wayaia reading le eonvey paaaaaiffta to and Iron, m sxeaasbott landing. CWrelaaui, April Id, mi Drntistrn ! A. W. at w. r. SCMPLE. oq opw prepared to insert teeth in Whole or rrte of 3u, with nr without Artificial Gums; also upoo Atmospheric Pressure, or any other method that may be desired, and ail work will JM" up neatly and elegantly, with a riew 10 Utility, Comfort tod Elegance that caonoi be ssjrpaisud. All operations are warranted, and always re paired without charge. Aoy comiminicaiion addressed to A. W. Sample, Steuben villa O. ill receive prompt attention. Juoe 18. 186?.- ly a Hot lv FOR EVERY AMERICAN. Nru Wanlfd TO r H A ; i.l. AS AUENTS. The ubscriber i now publishing a Third Edi tion of the life and royagrs of A ,11 U H I f : 1! , The great Navigator alter whom out country was namd. BY C. E. LEST1ER. LATE ff. 9. CONSUL. 1LLU STBATEI) WITH t.NOR A VI.Nbb. Pro's: Tint New Yosk Jouhnai. or ComiEit' e. ''Thia ia a vety interesting and itmrticiive vol. me, especially to Aiuericans, as it relates to the discovery and early history of thin continent. 'Hie Platea illustrating various pointa In the hix tory of the great Navigator, add to the value of the work, and still more to its acceptubleneps to the common rei der." Fkom the New York Cna srua. OrasRvta. "Ia this elegantly primed .oltime, the eompitera nave pieerved all the iiilorm.tioii accessible re specting this Ci-lebiaied voyager. The L'ook will be a valuable acquisition." r'r.oH ti:e New York Re o int.-"Tins ii a worthy triUite to one ol the great navigatori whoc nume and history, will be forever connect ed with the American continent. The work in well worthy of attention as a repository of much that is ea'itithle, beating on the early hintorv ol the New World." Pi on ill': Albamv SrKcmo.t "TIip subject RaaiJemDeotiott of Steubeorille, tender their -elf in the west end of Carrolltoa, Carroll eouaty, mind ana noay. awuM aay immeoiaieiy.- profewion.l eervices to the c.iiiea, n f C.rrnl Ohio, opposite the Methodi.l meeting house, In the I Wc.kt.e-. and oon.i.lutjonal debility lew. o ,oo. in all m.uer, JnsininI 1 V u n brick houae formerly owned by D. Lotx, where I muscular nerfy. physical lassitude and general MkStaS ,Te'l,, lr- he wil SSmi to all cas th.t s.e entrusted to hi. , p.awtraiion. irrTubility snd all aerrott, .tTeeo,W, 2 hj oii!! dI8- kn0V0 ,D ro,nmun'- 5rT Mh elironic and .cuts. (4 Cancers, Sr'crof- Indigeetion. II l I.M. ot lb. Iirer. and e.er, m - iii n i rr in i a.i. hi i h.. . . . .. ' ... 1 , 1 I II -lll'. fjf this wo k is sufficient of itself to attract and ideavor to pto note their own health at all sacri Utereet every Ametican. The man who gave!ices. 1 feel it to be my duty to solemnly assure jimiiil In iliifl arr:il iL'i..liih fV.iilinAttl i- in be foivollen "It is wiitteu iii thai flowing and atittctivc style, which characterize all Mr. Lester's pro ductions, and camioi fail to have nn extensive rirr illation." A number of aetire and Intelligent men of good character, are offered profitable einployiiient in ei.xu i ng ny suuNcripnon, me siwve valua ble and .interesting work in this and adjacent counties in the BUM of Ohio. The Terms will be given on application to the bubeeriber. post paid. H. MANSFIELD, 134 York St., New Haven, 1 Publisher. GoMsetieut. O'OONNEL A MULLEIV, PnTsacRGiiCHAiB dt Cabinet Wakb Rooms No. 08 Third Street, South Side, Respectfully inform their. friends and custom era, that they have, if not the largest stock ever belore teen in this city, tho greatest variety ol ityle, the finest finished, made of the best sea soned material, and by tho best workmen of any in the western country, nil of which they aie determined to .ell as low a any other man ufacturing esttibliihme nt in ihe west. Our atock is all of our own manufacture no im portation.. OrSteamboat. and Hotels furnish ed at the shortest notice. All orders promptly attended to. O'DONNEL At MULLEN. Dec. 17. '68-6moi. Notice I. hereby given that the undersigned has been ,-appointcd and qualified Executor of the estate of William Ileum, deceased. Those indebted to said e.tate will make immediate payment, and those baring claim, .gainst said estite will pro rent :iein legally authenticated within one year from thia date. GUY DUDGEON, Dec. 17, 1869. Executor. 3rP0l8ONINC.O Thousands of parents who use Vermifuge com posed of Castor oil, Cilomel, &c, are not aware, that while they appear to benefit tho patient, they are actually laying the foundation for a series of disease., such a. salivation, loss of slyht, weak ness of limbs, die. In another column will be found the advertise ment of Hobi nsack's Medicines, to which we ask the attention of all directly interested in their own a. well a. their C hildren's health. In Liver Con plaints and all disorder arising from thonc of a bil Iteu. type, .hould make use of tho on'y genuine medicine, Hobensack's Liver Pilla. ftr"e not diceived," but ask for HohenanrU- Worm Byrup and Liver PilU, and observe that each has the signature of the Proprietor, J. N HOBEN8ACK, a. none else are genuine. Belectlc I ii ti lute AT CARROLLTON. The Spring Term of this institute will mence on the i lib of April, and hold its sea sion. in the Canal-.t. School House. It ia intended to accommodate itself t0 the education of Males and Females, in such A mnn. aer aa not to conflict in their intellectual or moral facilities. The branches of study pursued, besides the English branches, will be the Elements of Nut oral Science, Mathematics, the Latin, Greek and tJerman LMjruages. Tuition will range from 82,25 to 66,00 per term oi iweire seeks ot sixty ttays. For fur ther particulars, etc., apply to the Principal, Riv. N. E. GILDS, Carrollton, Carroll Co., Ohio. JUrch 17th. 3t. Estate of Samuel IdtUngs. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned have been appointed and qualified executors of the estate of Bamuel Iddings, decesaed. Those in debted will make immediate payment ; snd those having claims against said estate will present them, legally authenticated, within one year from this date. ELWOOD IDDINGS. GEO. W. EVANS. Mah 4, 163. Executors. lot It. Clocks-A beautiful article oi mantle, "New Styles," j.mi received and for .! low In CUM Ml WIS ft RRACK I N. 14 Fish, White Fish snd Mackerel for sale dec. 31 5. C A. E0LGEL. To Schawl Tract.-. The tindersigoed acLool examiners for Cat roll cunty Ohio harinc organised under the pro- riaiona of the aev school law by the appoint-i ment of A. & Ranjaey Clerk of the Board, here by give notice thai liey will bold aaewUBgs at the Court House in Carroll toa for the exarnina tion of teachers ss follows : Tuesday May 10th at 10 o'clock A. M Monday " 30th and such other times as may be determined on hereafter of which dot notice will be iriren. No persons need apply, tor cert incates UIM.sae arising trom joti'.Mui ricsasss or impuri except on the adore days as they will meet with ties of the Wood, whereby the eonsiituuoa hat at MMinTtinrv refit) that law re-nnirinrr all i hrraine turret'led, are all Ueatrd with success. i ka .kli. .tJlA I i i ill I u am ii 3 av uv fwunv Buiv wsbbvi wnvua i r JAMES GOLDEN, A. SWANEY A. S. RAMSEY. Examiners. 7 April 29th 1863. Indian ) o r 1 o r . The underi2ned has permanently located hhn- ulas. Rheumatisms, Old Sore Consumptn er ( ' .'in plaints, female Coaiplainte of all kinda. Otnee days rridays snd Safirday. DR. V. TRAGO. N If Exclusively on the Indian 8ystem. CH0E8, LADIES' GAITERS of all colon, Jen ny Lind Slippers, with full assortment of all kinds of the very best make, on hand snd for sale, cheap, by CUMMIMG8 A RRACKIN. Relief for the AfllclN. CLABKE's) Gcncscc Ii ni in en l. Prepared upon the most scientific principle, and in strict accordance with the lawa of chemical af finity thereof, forming a remedy better calculated 1 to permanently cure the following diseases than ' any other ever yet discovered i In man cures Rheumatism, Swellings, Sprains, Bruses, Cramps, Pains in the limbs, back, breast, side or hips, weak or stiff joints, tooth-sche and paina in any part, Ac. In horses, swelling, spavin, wind-palls, callous, lameness, sprains, scratches, old sores, corks, stiff joints, lumps, ring tone, lamed shoulders, Ac, Ac. Prepared by Dr. Wm. Clarke, Brooklyn, N. Y. None genuine without the signsture nl Wnv Clarke. For sale by B. Stevenson, Carrollton, and , in every village in the countv. May 21, '6a.-6m. $500 iiiilleivue;. Whatever coneernes the health and happiness of a people is at all time, of the man valuable im portance. I lake it for granted that every per son will do all in their power, to save tlie lives if their children, and that every person will en- you tliitt WORMS, iieeonliiig to the opinion ot the most celebrated Physicians, are the primary causes of a larae majority of diseases to which children und adults are liable ; if you huve an ap petite continually changeable from one kind oi loot! to aiioilier, Dun ureatli, rain in ttie moiiiucii, picking at the Nose, Hardness and Fullness or the llelly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever Pulse Irregu lar reinrmber that all these denote WORMS, and you ehould at once apply the remedy : HOIiENSAChVS WORM SYRUP. An article founded upon Scientific Principles, compotindol with purely vegitable substances, being perfectly safe when taken, mid can be giv en to trie most lender Infant with decided benefi cial effect, where lluuel Cmniliiiiitt and l)iar rkam huve made them weak and debilitated the tonic properties of my Worm Syrup are such, that ilatandl without an equal in the catalogue oi medicines, in giving lone and strength to the Stomach, which makes il an Infallible remedy for those auiicied with l)ypt)tia, the astonishing cures performed by this Syrup after Physicians have failed, is the best evidence of its superior efficacy over all others. THE i in- WORrl! This i. the most dilicult Worm to destroy of all that infest the human system, it grows to an al most Indefinite length, becoming so coiled and fastened in the I ntssiints and Stomach affecting the. health so sadly as to cause Si. Vitus Danse, FitS SjrO., that lliose iilllieted seldom if ever sus pei t iluii ii is 7'iiic tf'nrin hastening them to an Sirly grave. In order to destroy this worm, a ve ry energetic treatment must he pursued, it would therefore be proper to take 0 to fl of my Liver Pills so as to remove all obstructions, that the Worm Syrup may act direct upon the Worm, which must be taken in doses of -' Tablespoons liill 3 times day these dure lions followed have never been known to fail in curing tho most ob- Hinute case of Tape Worm. Iloliciisniit'g Liver Pilla No pan of the system is more liable to disease than the 1.IYT.I1, il serving as a liltererto purify to purify the blood, or giving the proper secretion to the bile ; so ihut any wrong action of the Li vei tin ts the other important parts ol the system, snd results variously, it Liver Complaint, Jatin- ce. Dyspepsia, Kc. We should, therefore, watch ever symptom that might indicate a wrong action of the Liver. Theso Pills being composed f ROOTS & PLANTS furnished by nature to heal the sick : Namely, 1st, An EXPECTORANT. which augments the secretion from the Pulmonary mucus membrane or promotes the discharge of se creted matter, and. An ALTERNATIVE, which changes in some inexplicable and insensible man ner the certain morbid action of tho system. 3d, ATONIC, which gives tone and strength to the nervour system, renewing health and vigor to all parts of the body. 4th, A CATHARTIC, which acts in perfect harmony with the other ingredients, and operating on the Bowels, and expelling the whole mass of corrupt and viatid matter, and puri fying the Blood, which dettroys disease and re stores health. You will find these pills an invaluable medicine in many complaint, to which you .re subject. In obatructiaus either total or partial, they have been found of inestimable benefit, restoring their func tions! arrangements to a healthy action, purifying the blood and other fluid, so effectually to put to flight all complaint, which may arise from female irregularities, aa headache, giddiness, dimr.es. of sight, pain in the aide, back, &c. None genuine unless signed J. N Hobenseck, all others being base imitation. fr Agents wishing new supplies, and Store Keepers desirous of becoming Agents n.ust ad dress the Proprietor, J. N. Hobensack, Philadel phia, re. AOEJfTS, C. A, Boegel, Carrollton ; Wm. Waters, Har lem i Wm- Curtus, Perrysv lie ; I. Hilbern At Co-, Kilgore; S. A. Highland, New Harris burgh ; Geo. Arbuckle, Malvern ; Hull At Buss, Oneida ; 0. As C. Manfull, Augusta ; Dr. Jas Cotter, New Hagerstowii ; Amos Carr, Leea burgh ; J. Millisack, do. ; J. Nwell, Leydell villa ; J- Wcllett, Palermo. Wholesale Agent Jam es Baker, Wheeling ; Heyser dc McDowell, Piusbugh; Mr. Rock ens, Cincinnati!. Attl.ilrd Kt ad! M PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSK. Catablwhed IB years ago. by Or. Kmkelin, N. V coar of Thud and Union streets, between Spruce and Tina eta., Philadelphia. Ei .htix years of extensive and uninterrupt ed practice spent in thia city, bare render d 1. K. the most ex pert end successful practitioner far and near in the treatment of alt disease, of a nrivite nature. Person, aniietad with ulcers on- n the body, throat or lea, p.it.. m me neao oi bone, niureurial rheuonttin; stricture-, (travel, lie who place hinaeel! under the rare oi Dr. K mar relifioueiy ronnde in Ins honor a a " , a tlrruar. and confidently rely upon his akill as a physician. Taix raaoictitaa OTice. Young men who j bare injured themselves by a certain practice in Idu'ged in a bawl frequently learned (rom evil nri.iarlii: lb- fffrrLa nl mloihai . ' - - . . ...l I nightly le l. even wuen viaep. ana oes rjy ooi" oin !of the procreative lunctions cured, and full vigoi restored. Read! !Yoi Til akh m.iMtooo A Vigorotn Life, or a premature death.-Kinkelhi on Sell Preeervalioii Only i Cents This book just publi.hed w filled with useful inlotnialion, ou the ilifintiitie. .nd diseases tf the Generative Or trull It flii dresses itelf alike to Youth. Man hood and Old age and should be read by all. The valuable advice and impressive waning, it gives will prevent years ol misery and suffer ing, and save annually Thousands of I ivee. Parents by reading it will le.trn bow to prevent I the destruction of their children. 'A remittance of 25 crnta, anelosed in a let ter, addressed to Dr. Kimcfliw, N. W. corner ol I Third and Union streets, between Spruce and ) Pine. Philadelphia, wil! ensure a book under en-1 velope, per return of mail. Persona at a distance may address Dr. K, bt letter, (post-paid.) and be rured at home. Packages ol ineiiicines, directions, c , ior warded by sending a remittance, and put up It cure 1 1 on, da i.age or curiosity. Hook-sellere, News Agents, renters, canvas sets and all others tuoplied with the above woik I at very low rates. LIVER 10MPUINT. debili- Jaundice, Dvspeps a, Chronic or nervous sing ironi o uinuiuvia-H i , constiDanon inward pies, iiinnes oi moon to tue i head, aciditv of the stomach, nuea, hearl- I burn, disgust for food, fullness, or weight in the stomach, sour eructations, sinking or fluttering 'at the pit of the stomach, swimming of the head, i hurried and difficult b eathing, fluttering at the heart, choking or suffocating sensation, when in a lying posture, dimness ol vision, bots or webs ! belore the sight, lever and dull pain in the lirml, t deficiency of prespiration, yellowness of the skin and eyes, pain in the side, back, r lies t Man fcc, sudden Hushes ol Ilea', burning in the llesli, constant imaginingings ol evil and great depres sion of spirits, can be effectually cu eil by Dr. Iloofland's Celebrated German Bi'.tev. prepared by Dr. P. M. Jackson, at the German Medicine Siore," 120 Arch street, Philadelphia. Their nower over the above diseases is not fl ,, , ,, , ... .i.. ....-. i ce.ie, -.. rriua ieu-.y ay .,.. , , , ' tin: uiiuru oimrr, w iiicnn ' cases after ; skillful physicians had failed. These bitters are worthy the aiiennon of In- valids. Possessing great virtues in the reciiSca-i. lion of diseac ol the liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching powers in weak ness and affections of the digestive organs, they are withal, safe, certain and pleasant. Read ami tie convinced. From the 'Boston Boe.' The Editor said, Dec. 2"2nd Dr. Iloof land's Celebrated German Hitters lor the cure of Liver complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, cronic or nervous debility, is deservedly one of the most popular medicines of the day. These Hitters have been used by thousands, and a friend at our elbow says he has himself received an effect utl and permanent cure of liver complaint front the use of this remedy. We are convinced that, in the use of these Hitters, the patient gains strength and vigor l fact worthy of great cin si deration They are pleasant in taste and smell, and can boused by persons with the most delicate stomachs with safety, under any circum stunces. We are speaking from experience, and to ihe afflicted we advise their use. "Scott's Weekly,'- one of the best Literary pa pers published, said, Aug. 25 "Dr. Iloofland's German Bitterrs, manufac tured by Dr. Jackson, am now recommended by sum of the most prominent members of the fac ulty as an article of much efficacy in cases of female weakness As such is ihe case, w l would advise all mothers to obtain u bottie, and thin sive themselves much sickness. Psrsons of debilitated constitutions will find theso Hitiors ailvaniageous to their health, as we know from experience the salutary effect they huve upon wenk systems." Mokk Evipence. The Hon. C. D. Hineline, JVhyor of the city of Camden, N. J. says : "Iloofland's German Biiters. We have seen many Hutu ring notices of this medicine, and the sources from which they came induced us to mako inquiry respecting its merits. From inqui ry we were pcrsuaneu to use it, ana must say we lound it specific in us action upon uiseascs of ihe liver and digestive organs, and the pow- erlii influence it oxerts upon nervous prostra tion, really surprising. It calms and strength em he nervs, bringing them Into a state of re pose, making sleep refreshing. 'If this medicine was more generally used, we are satisfied there would be less sickness, us from the stomach, liver, an 1 nervom system the greal majority of teal and iunginary diseases em anate. Have them in a healthy condition, and you can bid defiance to epidemics generally. This" extraordinary medicine we would advise. our friends who ore at all indisposed, to give a trial it will recommend itself. It should, in fact, be in every family. No other medicine can produce such evidences of merit "' Evidence upon evidence has been received (like the foregoing) from all seciions of tht, Union, within the last three years, and the strong est testiunny in iv favor, is, that there is more of t used in the practice of the regular physicians of Philadelphia, than ail other nostrums com bined, a tact that can easily be established, and fully proving that a scientific preparation will meet with their quiet approval when presented even in thia form. That this medicine will cure Liver Complain and Dyspepsia, no one can doubt after using it as directed. It acts specifically upon the stom ach and liver; snd is preferable to calomel in all biliou. diseases the effect 1 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 C. M. Jackson upou the wrapper, and his name blown in the bottle, without which they arc spurious. For sal: wholesale, and retail at the German Medicine i ore, No. ISO Arch street, one door be low Si:.:. ,Philadelphir ; and by respectable deal ers venersllv through the country. Prices RE' ouckd, to enable all clases of invalids to enjoy the advantages of their great restorative powers, Single Bottle 75 eents. Also for sale by R. H. McCsll, Carrollton, 0. Wholesale ag'ts for O. ; Spink & Howard, W ous ter, O. Notice. The mndersigned has been duly appointed Ad ministrator of the estate of Elizabeth C rosier late of Carroll county deceased. Feb. II, 53.-3t. ROBERT CEOS ER Salhtt la hereby giren that t ft underaifaed haa been appoiuted Administrator ot the estate of Jaooob Muckley, late of Carroll county, deceased Those indebted will make immediate payment, and those hsvmg claims against ssid estate wili present tbem lee-ally authenticated within one year from tS. date. JQ?EPrI RANNE. October M. JMj. i A taf icrtl imrln.fi. of the most popular i Patent Medicine in w. Call at the mm oi trie Black Mortar and examine my stork before buy ing r.-e wheie, a it is nnporsiU Ij me to enu merate the arttelee 1 liars (or sale. C. A. iriEiiRJL For Ihr le.-ulit-.-Psrarneus. sll col- n , i, : . I . t. - , . . ore, rrenrl mrinoee, i naaiii ciuub, i d lainrs, together wuhaKill assortment of new and beautiful .t,le dress g.io.1 which are it mg off last Callaoon and do not mi a Marram. CUMMtNC.S Ac RRACKIN. aTw4rw 4?tslcBi Turkey 11 ANTED, for which I Will par the HIGHSST Biar n , . , , . . lib, t j. .. ..... . ..... set price in i-non u kikchu a, wrj price in UACfn u delivered at asy noose m C.rrolltoo, rxtd.K)r below tne Picayune t.mce. r Bring then right along. Aug. II, ii- 8. G. M K r K arrorJ oi U Art ST CSaaSSSS, la Ulf r" 1MI. b; J. s UOIIIIITIHI, N. ll , In Ui Irrai OOk of Um UtrH't Ourt t Um Eaitera OtstrVt ot ea-ylaoia Another Scientific Wonder! CREAT OURE FOR DYSPEPSIA DR. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN THE TRl'E DIGESTIVE FLUID, OR, GASTRIC .11 H I' Prepared from Rennet, or the fourth stomach of the ox, alter directions or Baron Liebtg, the great Physiological Chemist, By J S. Houghton, If. D., Philadelphia, Pa "I digeat." Such is the true mesning of the ora PePgil1- the chief element, or greet di- . gesting principle ot me uastric Juice the sol atinj atrent of the Stomach and intern noa it i. extracted from the digestive stomach of the - r , ......... . . .'r- ox; thus forming a true digestive fluid, precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in it. chemical pow er., and furnishing . complete and perfect substi tute for it. Thia is nature's own remedy for an unhealthy stomach. No art of man can equal its curative powers. It contains no alchohol, bitters, acids, or nauseous drugs. It is extremely agreeable to the taste, and may be taken by the most feeble patients who cannot eat a water crecker without acute dis tress. Beware of drugged imititions. Pepsin is not a drug. Half a teuspoonful of Pepsin infused in water, will digest or dissolve five pound, of Roast beef in about two hours, nut of the stomach. aciENTiric 1 vipkhce! iJ aw B-c 0C-The scientific evidence upon which this remP,,y i8 bage( j, in the highest degree curious and remarkable on ;he d deMrip,ive circu. . , .. . . . in . . ',. "T . :,., rh..,., . r. Combe's PhyBioloj of Digestion; Dr. Pereira on Faod and Diet ; T)r. John W. Draper, of New York University : Prof. Dunglison's Physiology ; , - . , , ... Prof. Silliman, of Yale College ; Dr. Carpenter's Physiology &c, together with reports of cures from all parts of the United mates. I'tl'SIN IN i'LUID AND IDU'DER. Dr. Houghton's Pepsin is prepared in powder and in fluid form and in prescription vials for Ihe use of physicians. The powder will be sent by mail, free of postage, for one dollar, sent to Dr. Houghton, Philadelphia. ' OCrObserve this ! Every bottle of the genuine Pepsin hears the written signature of J . S. Hough tun, M. D. , sole proprietor, Philadelphia, 1'a. Copy right and trade-mark secured. OrSold by all Druggists and dealer, in medi cines. Trice- one dollar pot bottle. Agents C. A. Bagel, Carrollton; John J. Smith & Co., New Philadelphia; Hening Si Mel vin, Steubenville; Nicholas Bour, Canton. Notice Is lureby -i veil to Themes White Jr., of Tua cirauas county, Ohio, Barbara Ellen N ckols, of Bureau county, Illinois, und Robert McAllister, i f Carroll county, Ohio, that on the I5ih day of April, A. D. Ib5:i, a peiiiion was filed ataMaal Utoaa in the court ofCgmman Pleas of Carroll county, Ohio, where the same ia now pending, by Thomas Nii kols, David Nirkols, James Nick ois, and Ruth Cook, intermarried with John P. Cook, of tlorenu county, Illinois, and Geoige Nieknls, and Lticretia Nickols, intermarried with Barnaul Nickols, of Morgan county, Ohio, Char ity Dodds, intermarried with John Doddr, of Shel by rottiKy, Illinois, Sarah Wineman, intermar ried with Eli Wineman, and Buhsheba Milner, intermarried with Edwaid Milner, of Belmont county. Ohio ; demanding partition of the follow ing premises, in Orange towuship, Carroll coun ty, Ohio, to wit: certain lands lying in ilie north part of the north-east quarter of section thirty four at, in township thirteen 13. of ranjre six 6J, and in the south-east quarter ol thirty live 3.r, township and range aforesaid, the whole of said hinds amount to thirty-seven acres, more or less, and is the same lands of which Thomas While, senior, died seized. The petitioners demand that partition be made of said lands as follows, to wit : To Petitioners ihe nine undivided tenth part of one undivided sJxih part ; to Barbara Ellen Nickols. oue undivi ded tenth part of one undivided'sixih part; and to Thomas While, Jr., er those holding under him, five undivided sixth parts of said land. At 'he next term of said court application will be made for an order of partition, en l such oth er proceedings as are allowed by law, tec. VAN BROWN. Atfy for Pet'ts. April n, 1853.-0 . N o i i c i Is hereby given to Humphrey K. White, of Car roll county, Ohio, and Barbara Ellen Nickols, of Bureau county, Illinois, that on the 15th day of April, 1863, a petition was filed against them in the Court of Common Pleas of Carroll county, Ohio, where the ssme is now pending, by Thom us Nickols, David Nickols, James Nickols, and Ruth Cook, intermarried with John P. Cook, of Bureau county, Illinois, and George Niokols, and Lucretia Nickols, ntertnarried with Ha man Nick ols of Morgan county, Ohio, Charity Dodds, in termarried with John Dodds, of Shelby county, Illinois, Sarah Winemen, intermarried with Eii Wineman, and Bathsheba Milner, intermarried with Edward Milner, of Belmont county, Ohio, de manding partition of the following premises, situ ate in the town of Leesburgh, Carroll county, Ohio, to wit : lots numbered five 6, eight 8, and sev enteen 171, in said town, being the same real estate oi wnicn I nomas White, senior, died seis ed. Humphrey K. White is now in possession oi saw premises., The petitioners demand that partition be made of said real estate, as follows, to wit : To peti tioners the nine undivided tenth part of the one undivided sixth part, snd to Humphrey K. White, five undivided sixth parts of said real estate. At the next term of said court application will be made for an order of partition, and such other proceedings ss are allowed by law, &c. VAN BROWN, April S3, 1863.-6W. Att'y for Pet'rs. Business tfar&s, J. PKAttCK, ATTORNEY AT WILI' KEMJMK the sks. tM LAW, ot lii irelesi on, in tie com. uea oi lark, Culum'Mana, H irrie ir7-0lfice, weal ol thr ;.iroil. Tuaraiauts, a and Je(feaen. Pjlbr Square, an. ale Jlf-n. S at J. Sterlii g'j saddki' shop. Canollton. Prb. IS. IRSf t VAN BI.'UWN, 1TTO K RK V AT L A W Omci in the '-S-. idob Horse." CARROLLTON, OHIO Pb IT tMt (' IAW NOTICE. J0II1 N. BIBNIILL. Allornn, and m ttllor at attend to Law ffitd Sofieior ia Chnctrf, m all business entrusted to hit care in couoljt.,, 0f Tuscarawas, Uarroll. Hurrtson h Holmes. Stark, or elsewhere. Of- lice in Uhrichsvillc, TuscariWM county, Ohio July U. 1850. A. Ktwser, ATTORNEY A? Ltw A SOLIIITBB U I HAM Kill- Will practice ia t'arroH and adjoining counties Prompt aed efficient attention given to all esse entrusted to hi. care Office in the Court House Dec. 6th, 1850 -lr. LAW NOTICE, A, T. Reaily, Attorney and Com ttllor at i Laic and Solicitor in Chancery, will practice I in Tuscarawas and the adjoining counties. All business entrusted to his care will be promptly attended to. Oflloo in New Philadelphia, Ohio. April 5. I860. . ft. KCKLKV. 1- M. PAVIK. ECKLEY DAVIS, Attorneys and Comutllori at Late, HWEentered into partnership, and will praetirs i at their profession in Carroll and the adjoin ng , counties. All business entrusted to thent will re ! eive prompt attention. Office in the frar.e build t ng, opposite the weatdoor of the court houae ar . UJ j LAW N0TICB. joiin n. t u 1 it ATTORNEY and Counsellor stLaw and S lis j citor in Chancery. Office in frame buildings, op posite "Court house " up stairs, over the store o Cameron and Kennedy." October 16.1850. Q. :iUSSEV, G. SINCLAIR HlTfSEY A SINCLAlIt, Storage, snipping & Coimnissioi IKerck i nts Wholesale dealers in White Isad, Glass, Fish, Salt, Flatter, SfC. 4. No. 70, on Dock, and I3J, River-t CLEVELAND, OHIO. c. stt advances ma it. on run ts. (r Ag' nts lor all Steam JJjats anit Propeller--in the Luke Superior Line. t Wm. A. Otis ii Co, - Cleveland. Refer to?Niles & Whiter, - - - - fJuirulo. ft. M.Howe, Gishier, - Pittsburgh. Fell. 6. Kit, tl Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned have been appointed and qualified ns Administrators of the estate of J. G. Kennedy, deceased. Those in- ' debted to said estate will make immediate payment, land those having claims against said estate will ' present them legally authenticated within one year from this date. SAMUEL STERLING, JOHN H.TRIPP, Administrators. July 9. IBS. Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby iriven that the undtnigned has been appointed Administrator of the estate of Zi ba Norris, deceased. All persons indebted to said estate will make immediate payment ; and those having claims against said estate will present them, legally authenticated, within one year Irom this date. JOHN H. TRIPP, March 35, 1863. Adm'r. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. The undersignei has been appointed and qualifi ed as Executor of t le estate of Robert Peoples de ceased. Those h 'ing claims against said estate will present them I sgally proven within one year from this date. JOHN A. 1 UTTORK, April lfl, 1863. Executor Farm for alr! I desire to sell the farm on which I now reside. It contains 400 Acres; and there ore on it a good brick house, with a well of water at the door; a tery arge Frame Barn, and oiher nut-buildings, all got up in tin very best style, The land lies one miles south o Carrollton, on the toad feeding to New llagrrs- town. I intend removing west, and wifl give the pur chaser of this lartu a bargain. For terms, inqtiiie at the Free Press office, or of the subscriber, on the Premises. CHARLES FAWCETT. No". 6, 'fit.-at. SECOND ARRIVU. We are just receiving a splendid lot of LA DIES' DRESS GOODS, of entirely new styles. Plain and Figured Persian Cloths, De Laines, 6ic. CUMM1NGS c BRACKIN. Nov. ii. For Re nl. I will rent for one or more years the I raven Tavern II on no, .tore room and lots tn Harlem. The stand is a a good one for business. A person well recom mended can have a bargain. Possession given im mediately ; csll on the undersigned st Carrollton , Ohio. VAN BROWN. March , 1863,8t. To Bridge Builders. Sealed proposals will be received by the Com missioners Carroll county, at the Auditor'i of-i fice, until the 19th of May net. for building a bridge on the SteubenviilC i mi e east of Carrollton. Specifications of the fork m,y be seen st the Auditor's office. JNO. HOLE, W. WALTERS, F. FISH El, March 18, 1863. Commissioners. 1,000 Book As cut Viniited, To SELL PICTORIAL AND USEFUL WORKS FOR THK YEAR 1863. 1000 Dollars a Year! Wanted in every county in the United States, active and enterprising men, to engage in the sale of some of the hem Books published in the country. To men of good address, possessing a small capital of from 92A to 8100, such in ducements will be offered as to enable them to make from 83 to 85 a day profit. (r The books published by us are all useful in their character, extremely popular, and com mand large sales wherever they are offered. For further particulars, address, (postage paid,) ROBERT SEARS, PoausHaa, 181 William Street, New-York. Iard Oil, Winter strained, Lamp cones Lamp Wlcking, at C, A. BOEGEL'S, WESTERN NEW YORK COLLEGE OF HEALTH K. HT Mali Street, Btlalt, R. T. DR. O. O. VAUGHN'S nctriiu iiniiTiirri( iinui raiia nl I ill aaajaV an aataan aiaaias H1THKRT0 UCTJaJUUt, k aaw rlsMt u Um aal-ul rfenaaaaa aaa k I ! patoaaalf vkk aarihat Lat aar aaa wka haa awtaT aJTucAnoi or Tjrj nrm. a mwis tha nfm aaa (at Um aaaaaialaaal lyaaw aalr la .11 as acaia. aa.1 Saalti a. m i. a fcii Wllasal r ia.Maaata MMaaaa.aa a aw aj -m. T i aaf Maa af dta I uat a MM aanaaa, ri aaar a lau inn. EATtla .pa at! a-aaaa, rf Aa aMMj. aajaaa, aw Um- 4 mkiim, k Kaaia alaaa ; a aW anlah aaa nm mm Madia, ta wm mimiIi ajast ataiaialJ DXEUJTT Of ID I woak Mask, VI Il iamaMdwltlr tt Um KidMart. kc. . a adnOVtd atf ft aW ' 10 af aaTa eon m alwojra ft iii oh i sat mm. it nana av for moss coanraijaunta, tntl also lot sloraii, ammful aMmi Hanoi No wakb wootd loo oh thia kind oi dorunr JwSamaTTi au kaTCTaaaa I IM M nanuM ia aa aa. M o aon a ad aonuvi A THOUSAND VAXM in, clu ol ixMplaiala hial awl thia pwasnya. laaja aat aaaa aaaa ta ta, aana ,i a,a,apa, a CXBTAJH BOTAHICAL A6XXT, which ia ,11 dimai ac ihtumna af tha fcnaala haa. aakfa timw, itilntHliitf,, painful aMiuiruation,, a,., aa, aShalaa iw,. Thi, rm a iaSlcaaoa, ta aar mm, tM laaad ia tana miiti.ii. aa4 a, n aMNlKinal praiwtr. untl, withoat aa aqaal ; H fanaa aaa aa tha aau"iHM I, aha vnunratioa, which, a what, a tha ana nmwlr ver givan ta a feaih'!atl faauat i a ia aaaa, aaa taa ayaaaat will I mtnn) ... health liy il, ua, Fa, lha lalul al all STawatkath it allar, Ukw diauauaf aatl luiinl'al orn THl WOtLB i Sinaa Jarasass aaat h aasass- jUawa t Mas caaaylagjsaayalaaSraliia. aajiwrf saw t3Lul aTtWaaa. aaa Um Tpjjwa af Jm aiWi. Umum k wwi w a .tasna waM nalii, a fmS uaatr aaaaw w aaa. 8wa aaifia aaaa aw Iiaiami. 6KE iTsTZsm KnobT tajfcaau af Um fraMk aipwaf af aaaa, la tah rtan i ila aaaa af aaaasaah. aaa aaa. phl-i AU aSaa 4awa, 4aliia!d eowinatfaaa. Saaa tka it I aT i.rr, will Siut Um Imdna namral tab aniala la aat haaaa aliiialr. l tim na pi i T mlicaud Aaa. Ua mmm. Taa SI iliMiaat avapariH, whuli . oii, ua, aniala. aaMtSay Saw. lr nutieolnrtv ia iW aimtlealMa of taa oaMMM. fmr taa asanas Fa, watana. I imahaaiwhiah eftwi occ!ih!i .anil n an, ai Unit iaH,di,la aaw la mbiiImI n:l unBamail faaaaha. trucllmu whiah aria, Iroa lahia, cold, he CONSUMFTtON aaa Liaaa Cnarcatar, gaWaa, Dwauaa. Stmu. rfaaAaaaa, it., tor all Uw Jiiiaaia aa Olilalai ha. ar awn IU aqaal. ' CANCERS, FEVKB sOBBS, aWBOnOA, SWELLED JOINTS, HARD TUMORS, ami SPINAL AjT r"ElTi0N8 ill, JKnlicia, tmd it tarra (Aa wrH caaaf ; M aa aJhaM ant Itui aaa,atanu, ar aa Mi, MSicmt, a, a car, mil i ntuu tier, iiiif aa Mrdietn, aaw ttftrt U Ml araaa aUMr. kaiUU la try itult ruull Jrtn i aW aWa- , aaauW. Call jsgrmi uaa a rampntti. FEVKB AID AO UK To th Graat Wot aauaciallr, aul aharerw thaa, i rail, ibia amtlaan la aaaraa. NO MIirXBAL AOINT, ao ilclaiftion, latsanatl a part of thia ailitaia, it cara, thoat di, aaar. with cartaint, ana waiaritv , aral itiata not laavr tha irMeai torpal. Il i miHic of root, a lour, an. I t, purely a Venataldo errparatHM, aral ha, nothini in in ooaapaaiUan whltkoaa in tha Iran injara aar pmofi nnilar any oircamalanoaa whatarar. Nunwawt, tawuliratt, ol tha hiihaat raapaouhiliur art pablaM in Ua iaankhHa. wkiak aiaaav Iribulril iratoilouair. nut a aniUUat al a moat painfal okuractar, it lat BUJDI ATBLY BELIKTKD, and a car, follow, lr a law ilar, u of tki, aniala : N b rai hafora any otlicrr rrnarntion for thia ilitaaar. or for any othar dhtau, oruina. tiag Croat impura hlowl. Sea pnaiphlat. ERUPTIVE DISEASES will rind tha allarativa proiHliaa of this ana'la PURIFY THK BLOOD, ami driva auuh iliaaaaa, Iran lha lyMaaa. Saa paaaphhrt fa, taMi tony ofcarao in till diaaaara, which lha Until, ol aa udvarllanaaat will not tierotU ta ba namatl lawa. Aaanta tiva than away ; thay aaalata iS pace, ol ofrtiftoulaa of Inn h character, and a ttronger ARRAY Of PROOF aftha tirina, of n taadidna, navar appanaad. It a aaa tf lha paiaSat feuturaa of thia urtlcla thai il navar li.il, la benefit in any i:na. aad at bane and muacle ore left to baild upon let tka aataciated aad tracer ini iavalkl HOFX ON, id keep InUna tha mailitlna ua long aa thara ia aa iaePtOTtaient. aa proprietor would CAUTION THE PTOUC agoinot ft number of artiotoi which coino out iiinla-r tin head oi SAHSAPARILLAS, SYBUPS, c aa cure, far Dratiay, Gravel, ao.: They ore good for aathiag, aaa oofltocled to full the anwary ; TOUCH THEM HOT. Their inventor, never thought of enring each dieeaeee till tine article kail done it. A particular ,tudy of ilia pamphlet iaeunuatly aolwntad. Agent, and nil who tell the article tire GLAD TO CIRCULATE gratuitously. Tut uti in 30 or. bottie,, U SI i IS at. da. at K Ota. aach the larger holding 6 oa. more than two affiall bottle,. Aee aul and not get tatpeaeet aaaa. Every bottle has " Vaughn', Vegetable J.itlionlniitic Muture, ' trfowa upon tha gtaea, the writtn aignalnra J'i " 0, C. Vaughn an tka directraaa, and "ti. C. Vaughn, Baf. alo." itt aaaed aa (Aecarg. None other are genuine. Frepareil by Dr. O. C. Vaughn, and Mid at tha Priaeipal Ufflaa, HOT Main atreal. Buffalo, at wboleeala and retail. No attention given ta letter, anleea poat paid ttoat paid letter,, er verbal ooaamuntuationa agavh. ing ndvica, promptly attended to, grata. Wholesale Aaenu, Olcott, McKeaaon k Robin,, No. If., Maiden Lane, New York City , Mm. E. Kidder Ji Co., Boaton ; C. 8. Bard, aall fc Co., Cincinnati; J. Owen It Co., Detroit; fteere It Buy. Chi. cago; Flak fc Hull, Clevolnnd ; ft. E Sailer, Piltaburgh ; Winer A Sim,, Hamilton, C. W . and lor aale by all alia reaiieclable Drug gu throughout 'be United Btulee und Canada, and at retail by For sulf by Dr. (J. A. Boegel Carrollton O. James Forbes Sr, New lserstowii; II. Roby it Co., Leesville; R. B. Smiih, Pekin; H. V. Utvi-r, Outirla; E. J. Bsrkdull & Co., Magno lia; Gregg & Noce, New Listy Arter & Nich ols, Hannver; II- Tritt, Minerva; R. K. Grey Waynesburgh; Jno. if. Klippard, Louisville; John Ilea II, Cadiz 0; Crtskey it Purkcr, New Market; John J. Smith, New Philadelphia; C. Weibel. Zoar, Henry Crew, Richmond; Hilbert AiCo., Kilgore; Wm. Walters, Harlem. arlcm Springs CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO, JOHN HILBERT, Proprietor. The Establishment has been put in complete re pair, and a new building eret-ted for the comfort ot Patients and Visitors. Hacks and other i onvey ancos constantly running to all the Principal Pointa, B0USE & SIGN PINTJNG. KENEDY t (OLEiUAIa. All kinds of work in our line executed in the most approved style and on moderate terms. Give us s cull, .'hop at the south-east correr of the public square GEO. F. KENEDY, DAVID M. COLEMAN. Carrollton. 0.. April 9. 1858 3m. PARTNERSHIP. A Partnership has this day been formed between the undersigned in the mercantile business, under the name and style of Cummings At Brackin, and we ii.vite all the customers of the "old corner," and the public generally, to call and see us. March 15, 1858. J. P. CUMMINGS, J. H, BRACKIPL siRit f tfce Black ltfortar. eTHE UNDERSIGNED would re apectluliy inform the citizens o( Car rollton and surrounding country, that he keeps constantly on hand the best assortment of DRUGS AND MEDICINES n the country. Also, that he is determined to ell the same as low as any body else dare having come to the conclusion of permanently locating in this place, and devoting our lime to the lo0"e bM'n, e are bound trot to be beaten, and will !' 5l wholesale or retail very low for cash. N. B. Orders from the country will receive prompt attention. Doctors, when yon come to Carmllion, call at the Sign of the BLACK MORTAR before buying elsewhere. Gentle men give us a all. C. A. BOEGEL, Druggist. Dec. 1 1. '61. " " For Sale. The Patton House, of Carrollton, is herd y of ered for fale on reasonaole terms. A gcod titla will be given. For further particuhrs enquire of LOUIS SCHAEFER, July I, '52--tf- Canton. Ohio For Sale r Rtit. T" I wish to sell or rent my house snd lot,oa Main street, opposite the Picayune office, in Carrollton, where C. Sheldon now lives. Possession will be grren on the first of April next . For terms die, apply to B. Stevenson. - Hsrch 18, '83.-3t, JACOB EYERHART.