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& Jaxm for sale.
Th tubs, rtber offers for ! it..lhU of land a food hone consisting- of 0 i III sol LAND. Kight. en of which is cleared ; the bslenrewell limb, red On the land it hewed log b use. tad nater-failng water. The land lays ix miles north of i arrollton, immediately on the Carroll Co. Rail road, and two miles from Oneida Milla. The a bove tract of land can be bought cheap Por t nna inquire of the aubacriber on the premises. Jly 14, 1863 8. D. WEAVER Vimlv ami iNtff '.iii:il. Tue stockholder of the Sandy and B aver Oa Hal company are hrrehv noufid, that an elc '"'ii for direr ion o( d Cimpniy will tvhld en at the Cinal OftVe in N w l.iscon, OMa Wednesday the lOih day ol A Ufr,iint next be. tween ihrf h urn o 10 O.clock A. M . and 4 o'c k P. M i if il day. By orleroi inc. Roan). Office ol the Samly It R eavet CMmH fttSM Ml . D Win BattOKS jfiel Sandy at B aver tiial Co. New Lisbon Julv tl, r. . i TEACHERS ASSOCIATION. The Carroll County Teacher, are requested to meet in Carrolllon at the Lisbon Si reel school room on Saturday the 13ih of August next, at two o'clock P. M. For the purpose of deter mining the time and place of holding the com ing session of the "Carroll County Tkackrs 1 Ikstiti'te," and to attend to such other busi ness as may be neccessary to promote its in terest. It is important that all teachers of the county who purpose teaching the coming win ter, be in attendance. July II, 1853. D.H.YANTSec. """" A RAKE CHANCE. I wish tosell the farm on which I now reside, situated two miles South of Carrollton, Carroll Co.. Ohio. There are about 400 An cx in the tr ct, the greater part of which is cleared A very large frame bank-barn, a good brick dwel ling with convenient out-buil dings are situated near the middle of the land. Carrollton, being in direct Railroad Connec tion with Cleveland, Pittsburgh and all the rest of the world, and affording a good market for all kinds of produce during the entire year. For terms inquire of the editor of the 'Free Press. CHARLES FAWCETT. Washington Reporter please copy to the a mount of two dollars and sen i bi'l to this office. Farm for Sale. The subscriber offers for sale his farm in Har rison Township, Carroll County, Ohio, two miles from Harrisburg and five miles from Car rollton, the terminus of the Carroll Co. Rail Road Containing 192 acres about 125 acres of which is cleared and in a good state of culti vation well watered good twostory dwelling house, new bank barn and other necessary buil dings. Also a good orchard if well selected fruit. The property is a very lusirable one and will be sold on accommodating terms. For fur ther information enquire of the ubscriber liv ing on the premises. July 14, 1853. AbAM KARN. lol Klin in II j v v m k ii ii 1 1' . N. 0. SUG R.-A good article for sale by the bbl. orretail. Terms low. July 14, 851. S. G. McKEE. FISH & SALT. For sale by the bbl. or ) bbl. I am constantly receiving Lake Fish, so as they can alwnys be depended u, on as being Fmm and Good, if not so found, can be return d. July 14, III5.H. S.G. WcKKR HARDWARE A I artices in the hardware line furnished at the shortest notice, by Julv 14, 1853 S.G. McKEE. GROCERIES, TEAS, Vc. A freer supp y just received, and forsa'e ow. Ca ! and see. Can't be beat. JnyH, 1853. " S Gi McKEE CAST rRON &, CHAIN PUMPSKept on hand, and supp ied u the shortest notice, and on most reasonab e terms. Juy 14,1853. S.G, McKEE CAP DLES Sterine and Pres-sed Candles lor sale by the box July 14, 1853 8 G. McKEE GRIND S TONES A lsrge lot from the Berea quarries, said to be the best grit in America, re ceived and for sale by S. G. McKEE. July 14, 1853. RE ALIA SE iARS A fine lot of the choic est segars in any market just received and for sa e by the box ami at retai , by 8 U. McKEE. Juy 14, 1853 BLACKIN i A large ot of a prime artic e just received and for sa e by the gross 'or dozen, by July 14, S G. McKEE School Teachers. The school Examiners of Corroll county will hold meetings for the examination of teachers, at the Court House, in Carrollton, on Saturday the 30th inst., and Saturday the 20th of Au gust. Teachers desiring certificates will please be present punctually at 10 o'clock A. M. on said days. By order of the Board. July Uth, 1853. A. S. Ramsey, Clerk. l. alcott. b- w. horton. 1LC0TT & HORTON, WHOLESALE DEALKRS IN DRY GOODS a.d YANKEE NOTIONS? No. 3? Superior Street, CLE VELAND, OHIO. JOHN TENNIS A Co., IMPORTERS & JOBBERS OF Foreign and Domestic Hardware, No. 48 Superior Street, Two doort above entrant of American Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio. Notice. Is hereby given that the undersigned has been adpointed and qualified Administrator of the es tate ol Isaac Willis deceased. Those indebted will make immediate payment, and those having claims against said eatate will present them, le gally proven, within one year from this d:te. WILLIAM BAXTER. ECLECTIC MALE & FEMALE Institute, at Vr ro Uton, Ohio. The Summer Term of this Institute will com mencs on Tuesday the 19th of July, and continue twelve weeks At the expiration of this term, the winter term will commence and continue sixteen weeks. As the subscriber will be alone this term, he will limit the number of pupils to twenty-five. No yournr pupils will be received, but those who can Readin the Third Reader, and nu deduction is made for absence, unless occasioned through sickness. Terms, 08,50 to 05,00 for tummer terms. For further information apply to Rev, N.E. GILDS. . (airolton July 1, 1853, Ccgal brntisemmts. I KIKK tIALK. Pursuant to the rnmmand of an order of aa a to sued fmai the Court of Common Pets of Cairo 1 ounty and to me directed I wi offer for tale ti the dm of the I vurt House in arro ton on the IfcrJ day of Miust I HAS tetw en ike hours of lUo'cock M and 4 o'clock I' M the lol owing rea eatata with ibe imp ovemente thereon situa ted in the town ol New Hageratowo t wit : Lola number 38 and 30 appraised at f 1 100.00 GEO. PUOH. Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE. Pursuant to the command of an execution i.sued from the Court of Common pleas of arrollco., Ohio, and to me directed. I will fler for sale, at public out-cry, at the door of the court house in Carrol ton, in aaid counly, on the 2Und day of Au gust, 1863, between the hours ol ten o'clock, A M. and 4 o'clock . M ,t e following real estate, sit uate in, or near, the town of Malvern, to wit: A part of the north-east quarter of tectimi 20, town ahip 16, of range 6, bounded and described aa fol lows: Beginning at a post 39 feet east of lot No. 59 ol aaid town, thence east 65 feet, to a post, thence northwardly 35 feet to a post eaat of aaid lot, No. ?9, thence southwardly to the south-east corner of said lot No. 59, to the place of begin ning; east ot the property Jacob Sholl now occu pies, and on main-street, at the eaat end of aaid town of Malvern, on which is erect d a amall dwel ling house or shop. Taken under execution as the property of Jacob Sholl. Appraised at 90. GEO. PUGH, Sheriff. July 14. 1853, 5w. pr fee 3,00. SHERIFFS SAI E. v virion nF nn CYerntion i,uned from th J " . - . ........ . , , , , u u i v of lomnion P eas of Carro I county Ohio, and to me directed, I wi I expose to pubic tale at the door of the Court house in Carro1 ton, on the 33nd day of August, 18)3, between the houra of ten ... clock A. I and 4 o'c ock P. M..,the fo owing real estate to wit : Lot number two in Jeremiah Mason's addition to the town of I ekin, together with all the improvmenls thereon Taken under exculiun at the suit of James II Brown, against Thomas Ea ken. Appraised at 800,00 July 14 '53 -pr fee 1,60 CEO PUCH. .-heriff. Sheriff's Sole. By vi tue of a writ of sale issued from the county of Belmont Ohio, and to me directed, I will expose to public sale at the door of the Court house in Carrollton, Carroll county, Ohio on Monday, the 8th day of August, 1853, between the hours ol ten o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., the lollowin; real estate, situate in Leesville, Car roll county, Ohio to wit; The undivided half of lot number (75 seventy-five, as rhe property of . R. Dempster: a so lot number 48 as the pro perty of John Watkins, taken under execution at the suit of Ford & Trowbridge against A. R. Dempster, et als Terms 'ash GEORGE PUGH July 7. 1853. 5w-$2. Sheriff. The Stole of Ohio, Carroll ounty, ss. IN THE COURT OF COMMON IEAS. Isaac Hi others vs. John Farnuni, Caleb Cope and tuorge Abbott, Trustees of the Mortgagees of the Sandy & Beaver Cana! Con pany, and non residents of the State of Ohio The said defen dants will take notice, that the said plaintiff, on the second dcy of July, A. 0 1853 tiled his petition against trfetii in said Court, to recover the sum ol $i740,0ii, and interest from the 1st day of April, 1851 that sum of money being due to the plaintiff from 'he said defendants, Trustees as a foresai I, for work and labor done, and materials for the same provided, on the Sandy and Heaver Ca nal lor the tlelendauts and at their request, as is lully set forth in said petition, the object and prayer ol which is to enforce the payment of said Einn of money with interest; and tue said defend ants are notified to answer said petition at or be fore the next nguat) term ot said Court, or the same will be taken as true and conlessed. and an order occorili ugly. PEARCE & BROWN, Attorneys lor Pluintiff. July 7. 1853. Bw pr fee $3,50. Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby given, that the unde rsigned has been duly appuinted mid qualified as administrator ol the estate ol Thomas R. Harb.iu.rli, deceased. Those indebted to said estate will make immediate payment; and those having claims against the s .ine will present them, duly authen ticated, with in one year from this date. DAVID J. LEVY, June 1G, 1853 4t. Administrator. Notice At mv Inatanaajaii at. hmnt wa this dav la sued by Henry A. Stiile- r. a Justice ot Ms Peace in and lo' the township of Centre, county oi Cirrnll, aaai'iHt the properly and ffecw o' Thomas MeQ'ivran s non-rshent of said coun ty, this ttd (lay oi D' ceinVr. Ift"2 IIARVEV COO"IL. Pres'l of the Can oil county R Road C-minanv Notice, To the creditors of Sarah Bierdeman. dee'd On the I4thday ol May, lu53, the lYibt'a Court of Carroll County Ohio, decUred HaeM of'iarah Bierdeman to lie proliiU'ly insolveni credi ors are therefore required to present theii claims against ihe t'Htate, 10 the undersigned, 'or a lowanee, within six nionthH Irom the time aho' e meniuied, or tl. ey will not be entitled to pay ment. M y 14. 1053, 10HN B MOOPY E.x'i of Sarah Hierd' no Cook fytxt. The pubic and "the rest of mankind are here by informed that I am still living, and that 1 still carry on the TANNING & SADDLING BUSINESS In New Harrisburgh, where may be found at all times a splendid assortment of MUX'S SADDLES, SIDE SADDLES. HARNESS, BRIDLES, WHIPS, dr., dr., A lso a great variety of Boots and gliocs. I am determined to do a cheap business and will assure those who give me a call, that the articles offered them, are made of the best stock, snd got up in the most substantial and elegant manner. A good supply of LEATHER Of all kinds always on hand. Call and exam ne for yourselves, and I am well satisfied that you ivill go away fully convinced, that the place to get Bargains is at "Perry's" in New Harrisburgh, (KrCash paid for Hides 4c Skins al' the time. SAMUEL G. PERRY- July 7. 1853. H. MORRISON J. B. MORRISON. IDentiatrga H. & J. B. M 0 R R I S 0 N respectfully an nounce, to the citizens of Carrollton and vicini ty, that they are premanently located in STEU3KNV1LLE, OHIO, and are prepared to attend lo any and all oper ations connected with their profession, in the best possible manner. Charges moderate. Entire satisfaction warranted. Office No. 180 Fourth st., north of Market, Steubenville, Ohio. They will visit Oirrollton several limes during the year, of- which notice will be givan. June 16. 1853, m P. .SMITH k CO mrotTiM ami whousali diauu in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, M. 51 HOOD STREET, PIITBI KLII, JNVITE the attention of Merchants to their THIRD LABOR Pl'RCMARR of PKIU AND M'lllll DB1UO DM, winch jr,. m receiving, and which sul1 eiikMe them to offer a lull and" de rMe anartrt nieiu, and at puces much reedu ed Ironi open ing rate. New style, of PRINTS LAWNS, and GING- MA MM; COTTON PANTALOONERY, in every vari ety and style ; DELAINES. BAREGES, dt DRESS GOODS, new ttylrt ; LINENS Linen Drills, Blay Linens, etc.; Neweat atylea fancy and plain CASSl MERES; CLOTHS. SATINETS, TWEEDS, JEANS, etc., etc. ; RIBANDS. VESTING8, CAMBRICS, and White Goods; Brow u Sheetings, and bleached Shirtings ; 1 ck i ir. Dnll, Flannels, Diapers, etc., etc. Our Slock will he kepi complete throughout the Sum ner, and iiiTclitntx needing lo renlen- iih, can depend on finding what they Pai-hurgh, Miy I9ih I8S.1. rant Hail-Road Jubilee! Something Ncto! Cash paid for country produce ol every descrip tion, by the undersicnH. ALSO Plows, Cultivators, t.'oi n Planters, Corn Shel. I lers, Thern onieter Churns, Harrows, padps. i Shovels, Foik, eu ., etc., etc., sold low for ca-h or ALSO Sugar, Molasses, Coffep, Teas, with variety of other articles, which 1 will exrhange lor coun try HHM or each on r . b terms. ALSO Wheal & Fl nr. fought at market prices. Itoom in the old Hand 'or merly occupied by RED FLAG. James Cameron sign of the t.'armllinn. M..v H. 'S.l S. (i. MclfF.F. : : - Tm l..lt i .ill As this is the season of the year at which wool is sold and wheat brought to market, I would be glad those indebted to me either by note or book account, would call and make payment. hose having open accounts will do well lo have them settled. If this call be not responded to at once, I will leave the accounts with the proper officers for collection. May 2f!, 1853. J. S. HUNTER W. MeCUNTOCK. " darpct U)arcl)oii0e, NO. 112 MARKET STREET, WE keep constantly on hand the largest and best assortment ol Carpets, Oil Cloths, Ac, in the west. s we import direct, and manulacturc ourselv s, we ;eet confident mat we can supply the market at as low prices as can be purchased in any of the eastern cities, wholesale or retail- Our Stock comprises the following, viz: Rich, Royal Velvet Pile Carpets,' Tapestry Brussels do.; Rich Brussels do.; Extra Sup. 3 ply do.; Superfine 3 ply do.; Super- line Ingram do ; rme Ingrain do.; Common Ingrain do. ALSO , , -J and J Damask Venetian Carpets. 1 , , $ and Tapestry do do I, I and s Plain do do I, $, f and I Oottoa do do List and Rag Carpets, Table Oil Cloths, Cloth Table Covers, Embossed do. Cloth Piano do., Emboss 'd Piano do. I, If, If If I and J Oil Cloths; Stair Oil Cloths; If 4 and 1 China Matting; If If 1 and f Coco do. Rugs, Mats and Venetian Blinds; Transparent Window Shades; Buff Holland do do. Transparent Green Oil Cloth Window Shades; Do uutt do do do do We also keep on hand Sheet Oil Cloths from 12 to 24 feet wide, which we cut to ht any size room, nan or vcsuiiuie. ec;, Table Lines, (Diaper, Stair Rods, Binding Crash with a full assortment of all other goods usually kept in a CARPET STORF, to which we invite the attcntion of Western Merchants and all others wishing to furnish Hotels or Houses to give us a call. Remem ber the place No. 112 Market Street, Pitts burgh, Pa. Pittsburgh June 23d 1853, lyr. Steam Jrist Mill!! The subscribers having rented the Steam Grist Mill owned by Isaac Atkinson, are now prepared to accommodate the public in the way of custom work. Having entire control of the . , Mill, we will endeavor by dilligence and atten- tion to business to obtain a good share of public wtTOBtn ih 31..cAi.c..L.uimi,,Si. emu I.oiiiik- I. order Ssnnpiul nllpnlinn will h nftin tn I, no- r- torn work. Flour, Chop, Bran and Shorts constantly on hand and for sale. BOOP & BURCHFIELD. Carrollton, June 16, 1853. Jaiiico lfiiiou'N Cabinet Furniture & Chair Ware Rooms. No. 118 Fourth St.. Piitburgh, Pa. Manufacturer of Sofas, Divans, wing Ward Robes, Teie-a-Tetes, Ladies' Cabinets, Gents' do., Chevaliers, patent extension tables, Secre taries, Book Cases, Spanish Eiagers, Side boards, Music stools. Hat racks, Lounges, Cribs, Ace, iic all made under his close superintend ence, of ihe various foreign and American fwoods, from the latest French styles, and are warranted in material and workmansaip 10 be superior to any manufactured in the United Slates. Also always on hands a good assort ment of common furniture and chairs. Bellow, BelliiMH. A large supply, wairanted better than any made west oi the Alleghanies at reduced prices. Strangers visiting the city are respectfully invi ted to call before purchasing, as he is confident they cannot Tail 10 please Dec. 17, '62. 3mos. Nori .. At my instance an attachment was this day is sued, by Guy Dudgeon , a justice of the peace o Louden .township, Carroll county, against, the pro perty 'and effects of William Isanogle, an abscond ing debtor. Dated this 28th day of June, A. D 1853 JOHN SCOTT. July 7. 1858. ha wis, a splendid lot coming 10 suit the season- Call soon if v u want to see them. CUMMINGS & BRACKIN. Iron, NtilS k Mb a fresh supply just re coived. CUMMINGS & BRACKIN. VltlS Mhl.i NTII.K i i.l.h .1.. PITTSBURGH. PA. slobliahcD in 1840. Incorporated by Use Legislature of PeMylvania, with a perpetual charter BOARD OF TRrtTIla Hon Jjmes Bui bsniisn, Iste Mecretary of Slate; nun "imsm wuains, late Uccrelary or War; Hon. Muses Hampton; Hon. Walter H. Low rat; Hon. Charles Ntvlor: uen i. a. Moortiead. K. Moorh'ad. raccLTT. P Duff, Prinripsl author of tb "North Amer ican Accountint, Prof, of the Theory tnd Prtr tie of Double-Entry Book-Keeping, and Lecturer on Commercial S. , . J. D Williams, Professor of Mercantile and or namental Penmsnahip. N. B. Hatrh. Eaq., of the Pittsburgh Br. Prof, of Mercantile Law. P Htyden, V M , Prof of Mathemstirs, tie. This Institution occupies rive spkeious ipsrt mentt, snd is considered the most extensive and perfectly organized Commercial t'ollege in the United Utiles. What is said of it by the moat eminent mercantile suthorities in the country, tnd of the Principal as s Practicsl Accountant, it an experienced Tescher. tnd it an Author; ss also of his colleague, Mr. Williams ss a Penman, will be tound in the pamphlet circular of U4 psgrs. Duff's Booli-Keepinr, pp. 193, Roysl octsvo, Hsrpers. Price 0 1, M, postage 21 rts. 'The most perfect combinstion of instruction tnd prac tice publirhed." DufTt Western Steamer't Accountint Price 01 , postage 9 rentt. "A perfect system for Keeo- I ing such Hooks and Acrounts." Merrhtnts and steamert cm always be supplied witn thoroughly trained accountants 05" Send for a Circular by Mail. tpr8 '53 I . (I D!i! 1833, r.iiiiitr, jiju'r., Corner of Wood A Fourth Streets, Pittsburgh. Our stock of Glasses, Clocks, Combs, But tons, Threads, Hosiery. Susoenders. and for eign and domestic i 6 n , - , i; I IT ' II IH I dllU 1 (IflCH t'OIKIS. . Ts iinimiAllv lanre and varied In shirt, aAA',. , , , , i-, . j, ,, , the K. astern Manufacturers and Imnnri-rs B,i of which the attcntion of our former ' ji u . . n J , icited. March 4, 1853 JOHN HALL, FA S II 1 OJV.. B L E Hat k Tap Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail, NO 119 WOOD STREET, Bftwren 4 h if Diamond A I ley. MTT8BI) 80 H N. B Always on hand, Ffas. tkimmings. kc. Dec. 17. '52-3 nos. II 11 l en !i i" I hereby notify the public that I am fully pre- pared to entertain all, in the best style. The Table Will be supplied with the best the country affords, and sleepiku ai'artmekts furnished in most com fortable and desirable manner. Table Or D Iry Salt, While Lime and Rock The Stable !ltii at tha Drag sare i C. a HOBUEL Will be provided with an abundance of provender, filll Wood ( r (lix! . and attended by a careful ostler. j l)ewooj ' do., No pains will be spared to make the travel er's v.- p i Vnnni a, ... A.r.. sojourn ngrerao e. Parties can be accommodated with a'l they de sire, on the shortest notice. Dec. 17. '52. JOHN HILBERf. Mrs. Suanej's Sehoul. Notice is hereby given to the citizens of Car rollton and vicinity that the exercises of this 1 school 1 will be resumed on Monday the 2d day ay next of M Miss Melissa Myers a member of the late graduating class in the Steubenville Female Seminary lias been engaged as an assistant. The school will be open for female pupils of all sges ; and no pains will be spared, nor labor aliunned, by which the moral and hterarv at- tninments of the pupils maybe promoted. terms as heretolore. Carrollton, April 22, 1853. (S c e 1 0 1 o r ! The most perfect and rich assortment of Spring and Summer to be found in the town or the surrounding coun try is at the PKfPLFH rill Ml BARTER RTfgRU W M THI1 1 Psil IN nivea notice to his mimer . . ' . i . " .l . L : lil ous Irienus ami ctisiomers inai nc is nu in-nnug l t.. tmm i..r.,E, oi.d iipt KKoiimpnt ol iToods ksMlaht In ih is lawn, which he intends to dis-1 pose of on more lavorable terms than any other house in the place. His stock of j q q J ft g I . hup heen onened. are universallv r-i I m i uo un; -r" ' , Bllnwed by lhe pople to be the richest and most perfect of uny thing of the kind heretolore offered. I . ... ... p.anpp.nl r.nrp lins bppn taken in their selection. i Also an elegant lot of .. . ...... Quceusttare, Hardtvarp, Boots & Shoos, Ronncis Hals, r. Indeed every thing in his line of the latest styles and fancies, not to be obtained at any other store in this place. ALL AXD SEE US. We take great pleasure in showing our goods. We are determined to sell lower than "others dare." This is no vain boast we mean w , 1 , This is no vain boast-we mean what we Bay W 91. THUarBvIt Carrollton . April 23, IBM. (ash for Duller. 10,000 lbs, toantcD! I will give 11 cts. CASH for good YELLOW Butter. & G. McKEE. Carrollton, June 20th 53. 3 tads. Sugar, a good article, jest rcce've; and 0. sale ij fin ) 12, '63. fcj. G. MeKEE 95 Bbls. Of Salt 1 1st receiving aid I. 'oJ.j iS. G JvlcKEI dy nmy Fish, i'y the Bbl. and i Bbl., ju-t receivi, g md ior sale by may 12, '53 S G. McKEE Carpet Chain! 300 lbs. Colored Car(.ei V ir eeived and CUMMINGS & BRACKIN Carrollton. July I6ih. 1852 I loi'ls.. lt - A beautiful article a-tle. -New Btytfja." jh .lelowhy QtJMMlNH 1'f cHOES, LADIES' GAITERS of all colors, Jen " ny Lind Slippers, with a full assortment ot all kinds of the very best make, on hum! and fci sale, cheap, by CUMM1MGS Si BRAi :KIN S p e r nt (' a ti d 1 e s , Su-reue and Common preee.d for aala by C. A. BUbUfcL. - WMksaleaM Krtall Dragglu. CmrrolUm 0Ai. Who has lost receive 1 very large tad well ae- J" "ora 01 nmencsn, French s d fcngli-h heunc ., Drug,, Meuirlc. Oi a, PamU, V r-' r-istoe. Dye sluff. (ils,re, Ac Mia stuck i,,. ik. L u.l,,. . j ,k. - f'"'d assortment ever offered to the public: aut. ue en, M rt.andal thers ran de- P"" "P"" "ers meeting prompt attrntioo. aad upon to most accomsaodsting tjrms. Hi, stasA contista, in pirt. of the folkiw.n r art r'ea I.. u-lt u.ir PHrr jenuire Glens rose tooth A. -A mm ptst) Ox marrow. ear's Oil Marat. r oil, Buffalo oi , Rose oi'. I'ttti e totp, Barber or vtr egited soap, Varniih, Marking, sash, too'h, hair, nsi , flesh shoe, cl th, horse, tnd white-wtkb Brushes, Jellies, t.'ommercia ink stands. rno d's Writing fluid, Red, b ueand b ack iuks re. ii rowavr, Rpanish liiy a hits, Chalk ball. A sbater tab et s and i the celebr ltd Ch iis ! skin powder. Metkim's row ti punt, Rosemary soap. Wash ba Is. 'I rant pan nt Bs s, Doube efirscta for the handkerrhieft. Ex'ract for cakes, merican starch p irh. Puddings, Pea h. emon, nuiniew. dmts , ro e, co ogne. tndrinn mon waters, stee pens, Julv 21, 1 53. tin Sic. &- Ac, I . A. Borgrl. systoaais tg ' ni for the sa of Hti'innei'- Exirarlaid '-mrf ol Coffe... f)r Lasa ck' l''i'monic Wasfraa, Jw Duvnt's rtaotw PI ister. 1 hs lIorMi' ms Mope or Paltaa lS Friend, the Asaarsraa Warta K1IW. Bane!', ind a Liniment and Veimifugs. Huni's Unlsaaal, Taylor'- Indian tJnitrneni. Hotmssik's V Syrup and Pills. Hc.fland'- G rJM Uiitr, suit a Keiiernl assortment ot Droifs snd Aloltcir.ss. at E-istrn prices trasjioruiioii off. Dr. 31. 'it. faialCS, by the box or poun I- Soda. But tr. wTaaav, anil IVc-inc (,'i.irkers. I'JI the t-ox or pound. Piiiicipe, Han ianirh, an I o m non C -gira. To'.acoss, var oil' kinds, at C. A. BOEOEL'j. lmOrtoil I 'qil'irw for Medical pur poses, Ptle French Brandy, Raspbery Brand , Port Wine, Ms aga Wine. Hoi and Gin, tnd beet Ma t Whiskey for sa e at the Drug tore of - A ur.Li.L, 4 iiierfliir- artiela of Sup. Bandages. McClenachan's Comp'd Supporters, Plain Abdominal do. Men's Trusses, single snd double. Child's do., for sale at the Drug Store of C. A. BOEGEL Nantpll - Qiiininr, Tuikey Opium. De narcotized Opium, for 6ale by C. A, BOEGEL. P 0 c k e (, Instruments, Surgical Needlai liofa Phlegms u: s i e -. ssi led sisaa. si A. l;tiEii:L's I'rug 'tore. .'. II. !VI rl it':t I. Sehnol and Misaeila- neons liook- ami 4 general asaMsrUtMHH 01 l$taiiott ary. lor -ale by C. A. IOBORL. Cod Liver Oil. A superir r article jjst r C( ive'l 111 ihe Drug Sl( re of Iter. , 1851. C A. BOF.fi El- C. A BOEGEL'S iiinwo ) rnLLEi.E. Richmond, the seat of Richmond College, is a Dleasant viilsse situated II miles Irom Bttnbsa . .. r. . m m people. &c, it is thought to be unsurpassed ior educational purposes by any other v.llage in the county. T . ... t .n l.n Loan in niuifntmn fi.r fen v.lle on the roa-l to canton, easy ot access irom me secona onen;e snail, upon conviction mere all directions, and in point ol" mm als healthfulness 0t be fined in the sum of thirty dollars and and cheapness of living, the intelligence of the costs of suit ; or be committed to the jail of tha Ml IIIBIUUII 111 UVMI III vptuuuii "i iler most circumstances, desirable, yet the C ollecje has been uniformly prosperous, and at no lime has the Board been more confident of its eureess than vears, durin" which time some 3( 0 vouti? men remain uiipmu oy me peiswu ur persons o com haa enjeyed''its advantages; and whilst the chans- mitted. at the expiration of the period aforesaid; es in the Faculty have been more frequent than, un- then the said person or persons shall stand com- at the p-esent. The pa-t experience and success and each suhsequent one, said person or per of the President, Joseph Linri.y, A. M., and the- sons conviction thereof, be fined fif- qua lincatinns o lie proiessors oeioi 10 nrmin u larcre accession of students -t the commencement of Ihe coming session. Faculty. -Joseph Lindly, A.M., Pres. and Prof of Languages, Mental and Moral Science ; James G. Day", esistant Prof, of Mathematics and the Natural Sciences ; Wm. D. Archbold, Assistant Prof, of Languages. Tui'ion O'O (10 per session in the classical and Mathematical Department. English Department ti.oo. The opportunity will be offered of boarding in clues on reasonable terms. The summer session will commence on the first VV...I I.... 1.1 Man nn.l elnsp on the hist 1'loirs- - dav ol Sentemher. By order of the Board of Trustees J . B. Steu- art, J. H. White, Lorimer, Committee. lt r'ilMnnff Tq .. y intem nce in the ..CVi,; f nT, ; ,k of Pur.oll IU W IIIil 111 VM VlnntjM hi viiv 1.UUUS1 vl iu.v.i nH Stll. of ohio. Dassed Mav 14ll, .553, ge j( or(jaine(j Dy the trustees of Orange ,nwnshin. that if anv person or persons shall, . . r. ... r. . wit nn the imits ot sfiia lownsnip. auer tne 1. - . . , S . t . J first dav of July, one thousand eight hundred j and fifty-three (1853), keep a house, shop or j store, known as a place of resort for tippling or j intemperance, each person or persons so doing shall be guilty of an offence, and shall be fined j in anv sum not exceeding twenty-five dollars, ! and not less tnnn niieen uonars, auu in case the fine is not paid, to be imprisoned in the ijmal C.i't....n I n ti a A n . 1 i.v.itM' rwi renn nr I'UUIIIV nil Ultcvii uaa, .win , t v 1 t t. - i. a , , lit. manner for" the second offence shall be fined in any sum not exceeding iguiio VrUlir ivivu aaaj imv uiuuuv. - - --- thirty dollars, and not less than tweny dollars ; and, "in case the fine is not paid, to be impris oned in the county jail twenty days. And ev- person or persons convicted in like manner of . rr. ill!,' J f a subsequent onence snail oe nnea ior every subsequent offence in any sum not exceeding forty dollars, or not less than thirty dollars, and if the fine be not paid, to be imprisoned in the county jail thirty days. It is hereby made the duly of the constables of Orange towtwhip to prosecute all persons known fo violate the provisions of this ordinance. IRA PRICE, ) JOHN CLARK. Trustees. EN0S WILLET.) John West, Township Clerk. Orange township, May 26, '53. Notice. At my instance an attachment was this day is sued by'Jolin Havs, a justice of the peace of Rose ownship. arroll county, against the property and fleets of M.lthiis Fisher, nn absconding debt ir. March 12. 1853. f) VID SHAFFER. DUGS! DRUGS! The undersigned would inlorn hi old customers ,.n,l -.he rest of m nikuni.'' that he is receiving his F l stock Irom the eastern cities, and that it is the nest siock ever offered in this market, my won tor it. C. A. BQSGEL, Druggist Novcmoer 46, '52. tniWli AND SUMMER Ct MMINGSA BRACKIN -oVJ uk. tfcu method of informing their numerous c tour and the pablie generally that lay an bow f ceit ins; one of the largest and twos coppltts) stocks of Spring A .Summer Goods er offered in ih is market, and which they offer to th pub lic u lit very lowest prices. Their stock is full and comp ete ; saffu-irnt l meet the wants of the mom particular. It consist of every style ot l'tinia. Lawn Plain and fancy. Ikreges, Tirsuaa, Ribbon. Laeta, Camhrica, JacoaeU, Malls, Edging. Ac , for the ladies, and Blue Drilliaga, Vl low Nankeen, California Caaimere. fiam hr ,.n, Cottonadas. Linen. Irish Linen. Wieetinga, Handkenbiefs. Cravats, Twreda and almost EVERYTHING ELSE! in the Dry Gooda hue ; wbil their stock at n u oc ik 1 1. is as full snJ well selected aa any in the waat. And they have not forgotton or neglected to bring most Mperk 4 El Oslft lot of f) a r D id a r e , s-jeh a-s Pocket and Cae Knives, Ales, Snwe. K,le, Augers, Chisels, Scyths. Spades, Hoe. lahaa, Ac , Ae. and while these ihinini ara htmg examined their splendid selection of sloolJ not be forgotten or overlooked. 1 1 is worth at least a quarter to look at oar fi f 1 Y - 3d A D M L O Til IX G, even if you don't want to buy. A better lot of wearables never were brought into this town. BOOTH U SHOES Of almost every variety and description will ba found on our shelves ; while our assortment of Bo n n p t s & li iti can't be be beat any place. COME A L 0 , 1 6 THEN, And examine our stock, and we are well satis fied that you cannot get away without buying. We are determined to sell as low as others dare; and if you give us a call we will sea that tha prices suit you. Carrollton, April 15, 1853. An Ordinance To provide for the general wellfare, promoto the health, peace, comfort, well-being and good order of the inhabitants of Centre town ship, by suppressing all houses, shop or stores, within said township, known as pla ces of habitual resort for tipling and intem perance. H I. Be it ordained by the trustees of Centre township, that to provide for the genet al welifare, promote the health, peace ana com fort, well-being and good order of the inhabit ants of said township, no person or persons, the owner or owners, occupant or occupants 1 f t"Ti? house or houses, shop or shops, store or stores, within said townships, shall, by tl a -si-lves, agents or employees, sell, give away, or in any way dispose of any intoxicating liquor: . ale, porter or strong beer, to any person or pet sons whatever, to be used as a drink by the pei son or persons so receiving or obtaining tha same, or by any other person or persons, as a beverage. Sec. 2. Any person or persons tiolating, either directly or indirectly, any of the proris ions of the foiegomg section, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and for th first of fence shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined in the sum of fifteen dollars and costs of suit; for . , rr .1 coun(v for tne period of ten dars, or both, at d-jscrc.tion of the court . and snould ft. fine and costs, or either, as the case may be, . L ,1 nutted for the period ot twenty days from tha jate 0f sajd commitment, unless such fine and costs are sooner paid ; and for the third offence, , .. -, - . . . . l? pilars and costs of suit, and be imprisoned 111 tlie coun'y Jal1 for the nod o twentJ d87, provided, however, no person or persons shall be deemed guilty 'of a violation of this ordi- nnnce who shall sell or give away intoxicating liquors to be used for medical, mechanical or manufacturing purposes only. , . bic- Al1 ptosecntions tinder this ordi- nance shall proceed and be conducted in all re- spects in conformity with the act entitled "an act further defining the dti'.ics of trustees of townships, passed March 12th, 1853 ; saving ... ,1... . r.mmr.m 1 .11 .1 I c. iu mc int-ou ui jhhulj auuocu nu inc ueueuis of trial by jury, certiorari, error or appeal, con ferred or granted by said acta : provided, how ever, that in no prosecution for a violation of this ordinance, shall it be necessary to alledge or prove the kind of intoxicating or fermented liquors sold or disposed of as aforesaid. Sec. 4. This ordinance shall take effect. and be in force, from and after the 16th of July, jftiii.3 daaiik, GEO. H. TAYLOR, Trustees. Geo. Beattt. Tp. Clerk. June 16, 1853. W. M AIM.ACE. Klill FnrGishintr. EslabllshaieBt, 319, 321 LIBERTY STREET ISKitR THE CANAL, PITTSBURGH, PA. Stemi Engines and Boilers of ihe best quality always on hand, anJ trade 10 or er on fhort no tice end at low priers. French Burr Mill .Siones of my own manufae iure( made of selected blocks, warranted good vuality ai very low prices. surel Hill Mill Siones, all sizes. Boiling Cloths all nos., Aneh Stamps, square mesh, wai ranted good quality, at the lowest piic.-s. Lull's Patent French EuirSmut Machines, used in 500 of the bett r.ullo in the country nd warranted to give satisfaction. They run li hi, clean fust, and work well. Mill Spindles, Mill Irons, Screws, Picks, ke., Corn and Cob Grinders always on band. N. B. As the communication between Pitts iirtfli and Carroll co..by means of the Rail Road. sso cheap and sJeedy, purchaser will find it to their interest to give me a call before buying elsewheie. Allordersand inquiries promptly at- nded to. W. W. WALLACE. Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 20, '52. Rail-Ruad Nolice. Sealed proposals w II be received st the office of the arroll Coumy Rail Road Company, in Car rollton. Ohio, until Saturday, the 30th day of July , inst.. for Blocking and Ballasting the Carroll Co. Rail Road. ids lor the whole or part of tbe work will be conoid r 'd. Spec rications may be aeen at the office of tha company alter the 15th inst. Per o der of tha Boar.'. H. COGSIL, sa 1 n Tk