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efeat btybcfe SI, Fire, HE uudariianed would renprcttullrTnfiirio Mi DUrom nd thtrniinc eeneralK. ilm m AMmuMot ui iha i of ifta Publication IKIion or " THE CHklSTMN MA It KM," U lb coutUcrttitM ol lb 5th, bj whlab "put of lb Karen Elitloo" fu deKruywi, that it will requir "Two or three weefcV to reproduce start Mid intil It to those Mbeciibn win were not pMriwatljr nwppl kid; For which Ut, we btg the kind iodnljene ol oar "Patron end Friend " The April number will be issued rty u ususJ. fJT The "Ditdem" will be Reproduced with Inert WW rgjr ted Kntrn prise, end no (pared to make it still more Attractive. iHteresUou aod uiulul to he " Hobm CireUs" of our 'I'iftv Thousand Raaden." tWe ire bsppj to aonounc that our choice pit-mi- wd plate for IBM, were sated, so that we can still fur nisb any required number ol th gem engraving, repre senting the MAMJtlAOE OF OBN. WASHINGTON, Or, the Superb Portrait of A AT. HENRY WARD BEECH ER GRATIS!!! To all old and new Subscribers, who send us "the doll ar" for 1 854, showers of which hare been, aud are Kill coining, fl ' ererr direction aod by every mail As the Dl .IDEM is strictly a moral and a religious work, ntirely free from Sectarianism, established for the par ole of opposing, and to tale the place of the 6 nods of immoral and Helitioui works of the day, we hope to iffteceire a Continuance" of the sympathy and aid of the riends of Morality and Religion Generally. Respectfully Z. PATTEN HATCH. 9 Sntcst St.. Niw Tom, To whom all communications for the Christain Diadem should be addressed. I. M A S O X I C NOTICE. The Brethren of Carroll Lodge, No. 124 of free and accepted Masons, will hold a Masonic Festival at Carroll to, Carroll co. Ohio, on FRIDAY THE 23d DAY OF JUNE, NEXT. The exercises will consist in part of an Orttion by our distinguished Rev. Bro. John Moffit of Aliegbani City, public procession, &c. All surrounding Lodges, unipters, tncampmems ana Brethren generally in good standing, are cordially invi ted to visit us on the occasion. Access to our town by Rail Road, daily. Per order of the Lodge. Carrollton, April 6, 1854. tL D. A. ARTER, Sec. HIC JACET STEPIIANO ARNOLD DOUGLAS. NEBRASKA IS REDEEMED ! C. A. BOEGEL, will open in bis new Store room, Brick Block, Main st., opposite the Patton House, Car rollton, on and alter the 10th of April, 1854, the largest and roost valuable lot of DRUGS, MEDICINES, 01L8, TAINTS, DYE STUFFS, &c, ever displayed in this mar ket ; besides aa elegant aod ample assortment of Sta tionary, Glassware, and miscellaneous articles, which we propose to retail or wholesale at racs affording a slight advance on first cost, for immediate psymentB. For the purity, quality, and cheapness of our Drugs, we are prepared to voucb.as they as well as our entire Stock, were purchased under our own supervision, of the most reliable Eastern Druggists. Orders from Physicians, Dealers, Dyers, and others, will receive prompt and satisfactory attention. GENERAL CUSTOM SOLICITED. Vii !.'. the -!. to be found at C. A. Bttffsll Drug-Store, Brick-Block, Main St., opposite the Puttun Bout. Carrollton, Ohio, are the following : ""FOR THE READING AND JUVENILE PUBLIC. A large assortment ol the most popular series ol School Books, as well as a carefully iSMeted lot of Works of ceneral Literature, comprising the l!ri'.ih Classics and the best Modern English, French, and American Authors, on sale at unusually low raus, by C. A. KOLGEL. LIQUOR'S FOB MEDICAL USE ONLY Pale French Brandy, dirtct from the Philadelphia Custom-House, Holland (Jin, Port Wino, Malaga Wine, Clarett Wine, Monougahela Kye Whiskey, and Alcohol, sold by 0. A. BOEGEL Pure White Cod Liver Oil, Lard Oil, No 1. Flax seed, Fish, Castor, Sweet aud Olive Oils, at (J. A. JiOEUEL'S GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES, These IMMIkN most efficacious, most celebrated, and most in, vogue, ran always be had ef C. A. BOKti EL. POCKET INSTRUMENTS, BUR6I0AL NEEDLES, Gum, Spring and Thumb Lancets, Horse Phl ms, Medi cal Pocket-Books, ami a general assortment of Svringes, told at the Biiub-Bloek, iluiu st by C. A. BOEGEL. FO'R THE TOILET Casuietics, Rouge, Perlurues, Hair-Dye; eve.ythidg uecvs-aiv to a complete Toilet for sale at C. A BOEOEL'S. A lot ol MEDICAL TEXT BOOKS old at reduced prices by 0, A. BOEGEL. Amongst the Books can be found in our selection is the Masonic Monitor, Crafts man and the Lights and Shadow of Free-Masonry, and the Carpenter's Guide, Shakespeare, complete iu 4 vols. Dick's Works, Kuan's and a number of Standard Authors, to be had of C. A. BOEGEL. A superior article of McC eiehan's ultero abdominal Supporters, common abdominal do., Silk Suepensary bandaged, Shoulder Braces, Gents, aud Lad!; common Men's Trusses', Child's do, for sale by C. A. BOEGEL. WHITE FI8H AND MACKEKEL, for sale bv C. A. BOEGEL. WHITE LEAD DRY, Red do. Lithorago do. White Lead in Oil, Zinc Paint in Oil, and the Fire Prooi Paint, and general assortment of the Small Paints, on sale b)' C. A. BOEGEL. A fancy stock of Wall Paper, Wiudow Blind, aud Fir Paint, sold at right prices and uo mistake. C. A. BOEGEL, The nicest assortment of F'liut, and Window Glass, ever ottered in this market, by C. A. BOEGEL. PINE TAR, for the accommodation of the farmer, for ale by (J. A. BOKGEL. GLASS, MILK PANS. These are prcferrable to all others, g.ass being a non-conductor, milk will keep sweet uninfluenced by storm or climate, for sale at C. A. BOEGEL'S New-Drug Store. A prime article of Sperm and Sterine Candles, sold by C A. BOEGEL. Cope!, Coach Body, Mastic and Japan Varnishes, for ale bv C. A. BOEGEL. TOWNSHIP ASSESSORS. I hereby notify1 the township Assessors of the several townships of this county, that the Legislature has new under consideration, several modifications of the tax law of 1852. And it will be useless and improper for the Assessors to enter on their duties, until it shall have been . ascertained how far the assessment of the present year, is to be sheeted by changes in the law. In view of these facts, I request the Township Asses or to meet at the Auditor's office in Carrollton, on the list Saturday of April, for the purpose of receiving any instructions that the Auditor of State may furnish, aud adopting a common understanding of the provisions and requirements ot the law. JOHN I. BLACBTJRN, Carrollton. April 6, 1854. 15 4t Co. Auditor INEBRASmLl The subscribers having at great expense just completed their new Steam Flouring Mill in Carrollton, respecttully can the attention ot the Farmen.to their superior advantages, for doing HOOD W OK H . Hams already tested the work, of the above mill, we say confidently to our friends that our flour cannot, and shall not be excelled. Bring on your wheat, and get good flour in return; only one tenth for toll. Cash paid for whtatat all times. March, e, 1S54. 6m J. LEA1H& SQN Estate of Margaret Coble. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Jias been appointed and qualified as Adminis-tratoa-ea the, estate ot Margaret Coble, de ceased. PHILIP COBLE, Feb. 23. 1851. Adm'r. Ccfai toertisemtnts. rarlitl toller. Aaroa Booth uraratt lrah B .lh (wide) John Booth J.rcmiah Booth Hesakiah Pyle and Jane, hi wife, Isaac Booth -Nay Booth Hannah Booth Joseph Booth James Booth John White Mary hi wife, Joseph Carson Isaac Canon Catherine Booth Isaac Booth, Jr., Jeremiah Booth, Jr., John Booth, Jr., Aaron Booth, Jr, William Booth Louisa Dunlap Elisabeth Dunlap Sc Nancy Dunlan PlTITIOI Partitioh, J no aoove ueientiants will lake notice i ; ... , i : .w.. that i. ciiuuu men hhiiisi tprm oil in .Oih ' day of March, A. D Common Flea of Tus. countv: 0.. and i. now pending, wherein the aid Aarcit Booth demand, partition oi tue tollowmg real eUte, situate in the county of Tuscarawas aud 8t.te of Ohio, to wait sa srasiaw nl V.A n...U k.lf C a 1 . 1 I . 1 1 , , n uwv ui tin- sinuii imi ui i e s j nan of section thirty-five S5 in township fifteen a 15 ol range seven 7 of the lands in the bteubenville Land District in the State of Ohio bounded aa follows, viz : beginning at the south west corner of said seciion, thtnee along the south boundary line "of the aforesaid section, east to the middle of Oneleg Creek, thence down the centre of the present channel of said creek to the south boundary line of lands owned by Daniel M'Gregor, the division line olsaid half section, thence west along said division line to the west boundary line of said section, thence along said section line, south to the place of beginning. Containing one hundred and thirteen f 1 13 acres, more or lesg Also: a part of the south-east quarter of a ... section eleven fill of township nine T91 in range one LH ot the unarmroDriated lands in thi Nf ililnrv tlvtaavi! nf T.anlc mWSaaS in an l at Zaneville Ohio; bounded on the west by lands of Benjamin Williams' heirs, and on the j . auujtvv vra: north by lands owned by Isaac M'Cregor; which said lot of land, or part of said quar ter section contains twenty-six 26 acres. Also: The following real estate situate in the County of Carroll, and State of Ohio, to wit: All that certain tract, or parcel of land, bound ed and described as follows: beinw iart nf t.h north east quarter of section seventeenf 171 nf townshin fourteen C14) in ransre sixffil of lnrl directed to be sold at Steubenvillc, Ohio and e in DU8me88. would respectfully inform the bounded as follows, to wit: beginning at the Put)l'c that he has associated with himself Mr. north-west coiner of said quartet section, and Elder; and they'are now offering to running thence east one hundred and fivef 1051 tne public, at Low Prices, a general assort perches to lands heretofore sold and conveyed ment of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD off the east side of said quarter to Nicholas B WARE.Aio. McGuire;thence south with said McGuire's land becomes necefsary; owing to our limited one hundred and two r 1021 nerchpstr. lnmla capital, to do a strictly READY PAY business. hereto fore sold to John Rankin, thence west one hundred and five 105 perches' to the west me ot sail niiftrtpr. thnpp nnri i nno t,nn. dred and two fl02l nerehes to ih nlr-P nfh. rimng tJcnlmning eujhty 80 acre. And that at the next term of said Court, nnnlicatinn will be made hv the said AaronBooth for an or- dcr that the Dower Estate of the said Leah Booth in all of said lands raav be assigned to her, and that partition be made of said Dremi-! S'iS. by WM. A J. C. HELMICK, prfee 14,00 Att'ys for Petitioner. Carrollton, March 30, 1854. Estate of David Norris, DecL Notice is hereby given, that the undersign ed have been duly appointed and qualified as Administrators on the estate of David Norris, deceased. JOHN BROOKS, THOMAS BROOKS, March 16, 1854 3t. Administrators. ESTATE OF PETER 1'ITTENGE Dec The undersigned has been appointed and du ly qualified as Administrators with the Will an nexed ot lter rittenger, deceased, late of Carroll County, Ohio. JOHN BUCHANAN. EVAN PITTEA'GER. March. 9th 1854. 3t NOTICE. The undersigned have been appointed and qualified Receivers, in the case of Horatio Ro by vs John H. Protzman. Francis Protzman. and Lewis F. Protzman; and the books, papers, and amounts of said firm are in our hands, for settlement. Those who are indebted to "said' farm will please call upon the undersigned im mediately, r.nd settle. HORATIO HUNT. JOHN WEST, Feb. 21, 1854. nolO , Receivers. SHERIFF SALE. Shacklet and White vs A. R. Dempster fc In pursuance of an order in the Probate Court of Carroll John Watkins, County Ohio. 1 will offer for sale at the door of the Court House in Carrollton, Ohio, on Saturday the 157A day of April A. D, 1854, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. the following real estate in said county to wit: the equitable in terest of John Watkins in and to lots No. lorty seven and forty eight, 47 and 48, in the town of Leesburgh in said county. Also the equitable interest of Anderson R: Dempster in ami to ioij.ho. eseveniy-nve 76J in said town ot keesDurgn, with the improvements tbereon Terms Cash. JOHN H. WHITCRAFT Mar. 15, 1854. t. d. Sh'ff. C. C. 0. Elizabeth Jamb's Estate. Notice is hereby given that the -ubscriber has been appointed and qualified a Executor of the estate of Klizabeth Jacob's Tate of Loudon township, Gttrroll County Ohio, deceased . Jan. 19th, 1854-3 t PETER SIMMONS NOTICE. At my instance an attachment was this day is sued by Henry A. stidger, a Justice of the'Peace in and tor Centre township, Carro'l countv, Ohio against the oods, i ights, moneys and redits of J. w j, inompson non-residents of said county of Carroll. JAMES sTERf. January, 33, 1894. i i ; Elizabeth Morrow Estate. Notice is hereby given that the underei(rnd hn been My appointed' Administrator on the mm of Elltaheth Morrow, deoessei Jan. 36, 1854-3t DAVID; WHITE. Administrator I OO h'S Clnrfea. A beautiful article o .A) . xka, , : aiii i . . manue. "lMew rMV'ru. jui rceived and fo sale low b CUMMINUS & BEACK1N. Bmtoi. LM and Si'hutrt4. Mrrrai' tile Collef, r5tJPERT0ft 8T. CLEVELAND, OHIO- Paiparau.rL B. WiVAJlT. JSxttn Washington ujsk H. OWHJMT 8TRATT0N u PA4Vtl.Tr. H B. Bryan', Professor of the Scenes of At, OusMita. , J Wsshinrton Lak, P-ofeaaor of the Sper,. cert an System of Pensnausais. H. Uwighu Strstton, Asswciau Preof, la the seweral Department. W W. Harden. Assiitaat Pmof th. n w keepin Deparuaeat. Hon. Judge Starkweather and H D. Clark, l ectures en Cumin rcial Law. Pres. Asia Mahim. Lecturer on PoJitie! E- conoBijr. bmcrson E. White. Lecturer n f:,m-,-.,..i - w . UI . I I III OeoirriDnr. The Princip s of this Inst: kins it one of the beta m. mm. ii it:j - " mm sssa-w UHliru HUtas tor imparling thorough and practical tnowldge of the ac'ive dutie- of the Goun oom, and business pursuits in genera keeping in all it departments, ss used by most eeromplished modern Arroun tants, w Uuglit in thorough and successful msnne saw. J. A. Redington, an accomplished an penenced Accounts in various brancbe r . ism . . " ?."!D' "d 1"end writinT UP ..-Ir0 r0mmercil Geogr.phy i a new deMrtment added to Merc.ntile cbool. and hainr its ori- ta J -1 w . WS -Mw."awM, mutH Will U kiu.m il uwb. iu in a inMtiiiiiir.n ..,.11 done to make it a pleing nd profitable Branch in me lecture aepartment. The Spenceiian ystemof Penmanships all it- form mO bi ughl by its .utbor, P. R. Spencor, and J. W. Luafe No inititution in A merica oners superior far ilitie to this for im parting a fluent and systematic handwriting. Tha Indies IlAnnHm.ni L from the gentlemen's nd i.A... : . magnificent and convenient stvle. fa The Principal of this Institutirn have in ex tensi 'e acquaintance with business men through out he rountrV. ed can render efficient sH to our V1 Ph tiring situations. end 'r 1 tlTOm',r by mtil . .. . TERMS : or iu!M,ourse.in Uouble Entry Book ii ww II I Mir HUM III II 0 P I lOnirtmn 1.. in - A Fr .?Co..rat in I.X. li..-. fW B.,.t r,.r r':.......:L 30,00 nm,n Ponmnckin i in pen PnP a...iA tl t , . . ' 5,00 iyc iii uniBinentai 1'pnmsnsnip as agreed upon. dec. 9 8. G. M.KEE- P. ELDER Farmers and Mechanics' Store Nero cote. 8. G McKee, thankful to his friends and the public for the liberal patronage he has receiv hope our friends will not find fault with us 'Q making this announcement, but will continue icuu us jreneruus am nnu comiori in no inrr our little boat adown the tide of time. We flat- " we cun sen at sucn prices as will be to the intkuest of all who may favor us w,m thelr patronage. Ail kinds of iJRODUCE laea in exchtge for goods. Room at the old stand in Leggett'8 building. Call and see us McKEE A ELDER Carrollton, Jan. It. 1854 tf SALE OF REAL ETATE By Order of Court. On Saturday the 15th day of April 1854, at 12 o'clock noon on the premises, will be sold j to the highest bidder, the following real estate as the property of Isaac Willis, deceased to wit: The South half, of the North East Quar ter, of Seciion nine (9) In Township fifteen (15) of Range five 5 containing seventy-seven acres more or less. Situate in Augusta Township Carroll County Ohio; being the same tract of land on which Isaac Willis, resided at the time of his death. There is about 25 acres cleared on said land, a stone house, a good barn, thriving young orchard, and many other niprovements. Terms, one third cash, and res idue in two equal annual instalments, with in terest, secured by mortgage on the premises. Attendance given on the premises on the day I ol sale. WILLIAM BAXTER dminislrator of ISAAC WILLIS Dec'd. March, 1854. 4. t. pr fee 2,50 NKWFIRM. J HUSTON &.J. H. SINCLAIR Have entered into copartnership under the firm of Huston 6i Mn clair. and will begad to have the opportunityof waiting on any who may favor tliem with their patronage. They expect to have on hand a full assortmen t of ALL KINDS OF GOOD usually ke pi in aCjptuitty stoxe, winch they wil sell at the low est, ju ices, and will at all timee buy produce of all descriptions ai the highest market price. AIo an assortment ' LUMBER, Pine, Poplar, ted, kept constantly on hand. Commission & Forwarding will, leceive prompt atteuijcui. HUSTON k SINCLAIR. July 21, 1853. PLOW OOM and A WIL. Huston & Sinclair has a good assortment of New Philadelphia Manufactured goods. Cloths, Satinets, Tweeds, Cassimeres Barred Ttwiled and plain Flan nels, Blankets Ac, all of which will be sold low. Give us a call and examine the goods. Now Is the Time, To bny New and Cheap goods, atlhe Rail road depot, Carrollton Ohio. We are now receiving a large lot of NEW GOODS of all kinds, and everything may be found in this very extensive stock of goods. No troub e to show goods, so don't forget to call at the Cheap Cash and produce Store of HUSTON and SINCLAIR. N. 'B, fash paid for Wheat and Pax-Seed !1 tbe time. Carrollton, Sep 22, 1853. tf H. and S. I NEVER BRAG. . But if I could be nursuaded ao now, for without doubt. I haye decidedly, the largest stoutest handsomest, and cheapest lot of Boots and . hoes, of all kinds that ever was open ed in the west, W. THOMPSON. Dec 7th, 1853. THfilmySTAL PALACE ECLIPSED r Tho handsonieit hi of Ready made clothiiin ev cr brought to the, wast Tdr sale at w. TuyjirsuN, Pec 7th. 1S5L Business ari9, K K if E D Y k COL K MAN, OMR man ANftoKNAiaeirrAi. )atntfr5f Shop iksjtw) Last Urrotr of 1'uotic squar. CARROLL! OS. OHIO. Mo 8-ly CUAiv. ii. KILLER. tu G OR G E F4IITH I CO. lTI lltatiToN h SMITH, IMPORTERS dc WHOLESALE DEALERS mm D3 ME5TIC r 5 (6 o o h i: NO. Si VOID STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. No 6 6m w. a J A M L S, ' WITH Locin, n'ilsou co IMPORTERS & DEALERS I FOREiQM " DOMESTIC a w r e LOCK., HAWm, l.tI FILE 8TEEL. ANVILS AD VICES. 62 Wood Street PUitbuyh. 9-3m o VAN BKOWN, ITTORNKY AT LAW Officb over James Cameron' Store, C RRO LLTON OHIO Fed. I AW NUT ICE JOiIS II. RIRVHILL, Attorny and Coi stllor at Law and Solicitor Chancery, w attend to all business entrusted to his care t the counties of Tuscarawas, Crroll, Harrison I IIO WtlllUVO VI t uavsii i (,., VIIUM, 1 1 (1 1 I Coshocon, Holmes, Stark, or elsewhere. Of - fice in Uhrichsville, Tuscarawas county, Ohi". July 12. 1850. R K. BCKLEY. J. M. UAVI ECKLEY & D.4 VIS, Attorney and Counsellors at Law, HAVE entered into partnership, nml will practice st their profession in Carroll and t!ie adjoining counties. All business entrusted to them willre five prompt attention. Office in the frare build f ng, opposite the west door of the court house mar 9. '49 JOHN H, TRIPP, ATTO RNEY AT LAW Office up stairs inAlie frame building site the West door of the Court House, oppo-Car- ronton, Ohio. ST The services of John A. Bingham Cadiz, 0. is secured in all cases by the tention of the above. Nov. 7 1853. of re- LIH (TH E. 1 m r l . A Attorney and Coursellor at amouu wwm-nu! m viinm-ery, win pracuce 10 i uscarawas and the adjoining counties. All business entrusted to his care will be promptly attended to. Office in New Philadelphia, Ohw. Apri 5, 1850 ROBERT E. KNIGHT, Attorney and Ccunseller at Law, LEES1LLE OHIO. Wi!! attend to all calls in his profession w:th promp ness. He will col ect claims, and do s 1 other ' us ness entrusted to his care. Dec 30' 1853 ly. FKANKIJN HOUS SUPERIOR ST. CLEVELAND, OHIO: C. PATRICK L SOX. " Sept' 15, 1G23.--ly. "oniv TENNIS & o IMPORTERS & JOBBERS OF Foreign and Itomestic Hardware, Ho. 18 Superior S rcf, Two doors above entrance of American Hoi t Cleveland, chio. (i n a rd i a n i Sale Real Estate o r t . e r j e 1 j e Bv virtue of an Order of sale issued out of ,1., h r n.k. :.k:. j r. ,u ,'.. ty of Carroll and State of Ohio, we will offer 1 for sale on the premises, situate one mile South I of Leesburgh. t'arroll l-ounty, Ohio on Monday 17h April, 1851. between 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. the farm lately I owned by Resin 3loneman deceased. Two hundred and nine Acres -fl- A ten . .1 j j 4.i r "'I "''s remuveu rum ortii lesrs oy me of land, 160 acrev cleared and in a good state of a j cultivation second leg had been rubbed some ten A good 'brick dwelling, two stories high:- lminate, wf,lk.ed h,?me: ,A,n old gentleman liv A ood and large bank barn, good wafer at ; '." the Co'onel 8 Potation, was cured of a the door stiff kneee in five minutes. Thousands of dys- An extensive orchard of first quality of fruit, j fnla7 and diarrahea were cured in fifteen or e ZiLj l m a mk-1 twenty minutes at the farthest. There is io " ZiuJSZIiu 77 .u- r necessity for lingering in pain. TheR. R. R. quality of soil is unsurpassed m this region of .. 1 J .., , . 2 . .i :j i . ,.. iu v.. .remedies are destined to revolutionize the i.iitiiiLiv. ii w i i wpr rnr w i. nn u- ded in the sale, so a purchaser will take a per fect title. One third of the ne tnira ot the purcdase money Ill 'i - a r 4i j r IZTr ,L,hB ' 6 S!W mort year.ba nnceio two years secured by mort- cage on the premises, with interest from day of sale; WILLIAM CI ARK JOS UA CHANY. pr fee $3.50 td Guardians. March 7th 1854. Notice To school Teachers The School examiners of Carrolll Connty will hold meetings to the examination of teach ers at the court house in Carrollton, on the fol lowing days viz. : The Second Wednesday of September, , " " " October, " Second rC- Fourth Wed nesdays of November, The second Wednesday of December, " " " Mareh, 1854. it it tt April, n May, " " " June, " The examinations will commence at ten o'' clock, on each of the above named davis. By order of the Board. A. H. liAM&Ei Y. Clerk Sep 8th, 18S3. Carpet Chain! v. 300 lbs. Colored Carpet Yarn receded and f-: CU"! MINGS fc P.R CK1N. Carrollton Tu'y 6i'i. 852 Prospectus (lirilATOH VOLUME 10, FOB 1864. TbeTeatk toI jcm of this popular Jcomal ill awH MM aw A y.r, t ! s lai .. 1 ! it' wis WIMaUVMW V1 tUC I W VI 0 Mi I . Vf f) make our anneal afpeai to the Farmer, tee Me chanic, and the Domestic Circle, to lend as generous ani ur.ee in supplying la Industrial class with a cheap and reliable paper Devoted to AynVWfwre, Dvmtttir and Rural Aairt, Contawiog at all times valuable biate for th Fam, the r5hop. and the Fireside, seekin? the elevation of L aoa mall lie lairiliaaau in tereti; opposing qeackery and humbug in ai! iXimlm fnrma WkA fill .. . L. 1 , . .. . ...... i -wi ...uS w nooie (tauoa ol a rue HOME PAPER OF THE WEST The Editor have hesn familiar with the pe culiar condition of Wesvrn Agneultere and by extensive travel and observation keep them selves informed of the wants and progress o the country at large. Tin. Ohio Ccltivatoi is published on the 1st and 16th of evtiy month 16 large octavo pa (res, with us title pa,'e aod indei at the end of the year, making a roiame of 380 page tuit- ab!e lor binding. li-rm. rinzle suhsrnp'irms 81 a vear. Four eopie for 3 dol. Nine eopie for 6 dol; and same price 60 cent each J for auy larger numoer. All tubscription i to be paid in advance, and to commence with the year. 1'ersons sending Club, may have them di rected to different officer if ther choose: and those having sent a smaller number, may af terward increase to nine; or more, at club rates. lo any person sendin? ns a club of nine suoscnuers ana o uot. we win send, post 1 ri I r 1 I ... . pai'i, a complete volume for any previous year, in paper cover, Address, BATEHAM k HARRIS, Columbns, Ohio. nV Tlnwili J in-lrt lire. Notice is hereby given, that the subscriber has been appointed and qualified as Executor on the estate of Thomas Emslev dec. late o , , r. Z . 1 ""'"P- p011 CoI?fr'?bi March IGih 1854, JAMES HUSTON EXEC UTOR. 3t iNotice to the Public. T ,A. .if P ,i i laae mis iavoraoie op portunity o f informing my old friends and customers that I have a xcwassortraent of ItoiKs and Shorn for miumnuniniiwi iwm i Spring trde among which may be found ladies GAITER3 AND JENNY LI NDS of the different leadirg styles, just from the East Also, still prepared to mkks to order al! kinds of Work in my line, of the best material and warranted to be equal if not superior to any made in the West, which will be sold low for cash in hand. Please give me a call on Lisbon Street, nearly opposite the "Free Press Office " JACOB HELFRICH. Carrollton, March 23 Gm u FRAZIPfJ AND DR'HNBi wholesale Grocers No 177 Market Street Steubenville, beg to call the attention of the merchants of Carroll Countv to their stock of goods, which embraces, every article usually ; kept in such establishments. They particular- ly invite the attention of buyers to their stock iof Southern staples now being received, and t which will be sold on a small advance at cost to either cash or prompt time buyers. Steubenvillp -Feb. 14, 1854, FRAZIER AND DRENXEN MfWMHS. 1700 Bbls Plantation Molasses 200 " S. H. do 150 " Svrup do 300 Hhd N.' 0. Sugar 10 " Clarified 100 Bbls Loaf 50 " Crushed 20 " Granulated 10 " Powdered do do do do do 100 Casks Rice 500 Bbls small 3s raackeral 50 Drums Cod Fish. Landinar from Steamers Caledonia, Noima, Indiana, J. L ; Avery andFranklin 9-tf. QUICK CUKES. until tnc introduction ot me it. it. il. reme dies in 1849, no remedj ever claimed the mar vellous power to relieve 'pain instantly, or even , r , J 10 promise acure of any disease in a jiven time. RADWAYS READY RELIEF, during the month of July, cured Mr. James Roberts, Jane st, N. Y., of a Chronic Rheumatism iu 12 hours. It relieved him of pain in ten minutes, Mr. Schemerhorn, of Rooklyn, a cripple, was enabled to walk without his crutches in fifteen minutes after the corks was drawn from the boule. Col. Jones, of Oak Mullajra, Va., a sufferer for many months, was so relieved that whole medical world. People demand to be inct ! i 1 1 tt vii 1 lui'n rl f w nam nnrl Va n it tWf n , . iFJ: J Y icaiuicu iu iivohu, auu n uiiyaiLtmia cAUtrtfc iu successful, they must examine into tlie R. R. theory do their business quick it is J just as easy to cure your patients rapidly as it is to patch them up and coax them back to health, Our R. R. R. remedies were the first remedies that claimed to stop the wors pain in an instant, and cure the most violen complaint in a lew hours. Office, No. lt2 Fulton-st. Sold by Druggists everywhere. 3S T3 33223 I The subscriber will sell goods just as low as they ought to be sold for READY PAY. Purchasers can save at least 10 cents on ev ery dollar, by paying for their goods when they buy them. Call on the subscriber 2nd door above Gen. H. A. Stidger's store, where you will find a large and well selected stock of DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE, BONNETS, SHOES BOOTS diC, &C ISR AEL ARCHBOLD. Carrollton Aug 4 1853. THS HALF CANNOT MT(H. The most nncnificent lot of shawls ever was seen can be bought 20 per ct. cheaper ih n else where at W, THOMPSON. Sep 99th 185S. IroQ, ftaiis & Salt. A fres). supply just re l ntTitiiTn n r i -i i it ccivua. n Haunts j: dkaIu( Geo.p. Sqiith & Co., mwuvitji waum n CM4a, Wt , lirief, tie Fury Drn OcoDsi NO. 54 WOOD STREET, FITTSBUBGH SOLIt'IT THE ATTENTION or' Merehaa. generally to their alotk now in Hor and beiai! received weekli ihrowiriut O,. which will b offered at a w rate a Job- oing uoaaa aaywhawe, aaat lotbeii bilk, and Drat Good, they ask particular aUeniioe thr .trie, ud aaaort- uicut ik.dk o, ioe mim deicripuan. ud will M kept up ia fall and large variety. Also Embroiderie and white goods; Linen Good and Laces; RibBons of all kind in larg awortment ; , SJifWIs, newest styles. Spring and 1 ummer CravaU, Handkerchief, Tie, Ac. Hosiery, Glove, Crape, Tarlton. tke, ; Variety Good, of every deceription. A LA R OK STOCK OF rtrown Good, Drill. Omaburg. bleached Sbeetmir and Shirtinga, Flannel., Tick. Lin infA Men and Boy.' Summer Waar.; oolen. of all description: Cloth., Cataimeres Sati neUa, Verting. Jean, Tweed Cord Steu bennlle Goods, Ae ; w-th all leading tyle of fKI TH : fancy Dark Blue, Engli.b and French Chmfrv Spring Lawns, Berge. Ac, and a eonrplete ioek generallr of every article needed by the Merchant. No 18 Itowarfl And Upward The whole workl i in aa ojrow. Ntaofeon 3d his been sealed on the Imperial tbmneal France The great Russian Bear wnu some Turk ey, get withtnA'ng this hulibub, Messr. S. 4e J. Her l'nghveofiteH Mr. J C. Baxter late of Rich mond (ibio. with ibem in the addllnj buines Being thankful lor past Uvors froih their numer ous frieads they hope to st II find them on hind, or they bve cow on hnd and (ontiaae to mn facturo a large assortment of PLAIN A FANCY SADDLE3, and Bridles Plain nd Fncy Harness of every t.ivjn, iian ai.u Harness jO ars TRAVELING SACKS. Portmanteu, and i gre t mny other artiie too numerou to mention all of which ar m un i the latet stvle and .he most substantial mn ner None but the best ol workman are emloyH and the most superior stock worked, so co fear of work not standing the test STERLINGS. A BAXTER. Cash and Producer still taken in eichantr Cor work. Sep. 29, 1853. Sprinn aoitt, 1854. murphy, nmn & co. Importer &. U'lmlcsnre Dealer jy F0RE1GX d D 0MEST1C DR Y GOODS Xo. IS tfOdD srtf , PITTS V, f 8eeond door above the St. Charle Hotel. Are now .eciviag from the Eastern Cities and Europe, a choirs selection of Spring and Summer Dry Goods, embracing all the novel lies as well as the sub.tan'.ial and Staple styles for Ladies nnd Gentlemen' wear which they wl! dispose of for Cash or approved eredrt on exceedingly favorable terms Purchasers are assured that a heretore they will sell at Kastern jobbing price without the addition of freight. An early call is solicited, as our best effort will be put forth to give satisfaction, Pittsburgh. March 2. 1354. Great if ass Meeting, Is being held at W. Thompson's store in CARUOLLTOn. And othmigh he las nut hired A Splendid Lrass Band f'rr the occasion. Yet the people show thatthev are entertain,! in the highest degree, by the perfect stock of uoou tney are carrying off from his rare ind well splected stock of Dry Goods, CTroceries, Hird ware, Queensware, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc. t'ome along everybody No trouble to show poods. It would do your eves good just to look st them Sep 29th, 18S3. Ii J. PLTIT'S AMERICAN .Y :-SALVE, This artirle is presented to the public as an EXTER NAL RUMEDY, avoiding the pain and danger which necessarily attends the jy troduction of caustic miflr ais and eye-washes, with as. suranre of iu efficacy m Curative of various Dis eases op the eve, of acute or chronic inflama tion. whether inducted bv Scrofulous origin or nth. erwiee; Debiility cf the'Ootic Nerve (ira nulfi tit in of the Lids. Ulceration of the Lochrymal Gland, and weiknessof Vision from any cause. Price , 25 cents per box. Walcli Makinir. SEXD OX YOUR WA'JCSES. I would inform the citizens of Cirrollton and Carroll C junty that they con have th ir Watches repaire m the best manner and on short notice, by sending them to my rstablishment in NEW PHILADELPHIA. 1 have for sale a good assortment of tio d and Sil ver Watches, Hocks, and Jewelry of all kind, told Pens, Violins, and almost everything usually found in a Jewelry store My shop inthe cen tre block immediately adjoining "Espied a Ex 'hanire." O d (xold. Silver wanted in exchange for work or goods Watches can be left at the residence of Mr F isher and will be promptly sent, and return ed when repaired. All work warranted. Give us a trial. MORGAN BUTLER. New Philadelphia July21, 1853 tf. avlcm Springs, CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO, JOHN HUBERT, Proprietor. The Establishment has been put in complete re pair, and a new building erected for the comfort of Patients and Visitors. Hacks and other 'onvej! anees constantly running to all the Principal Points, SEruxpTBTfAL W are just receiving a splendid lot of LA DIES' DRMSS GOODS, of entirely a yie. Plain and" Figured Persian Cloths De. Laina, 6tc. OI'.VMINGS & BRACKIN. Ne. tl -, .. ( I'rll' , iMf if 1 ShftWlS, a solenoid lot cormr- to mm e aoo. Call soon if vou want to a( hiwWl .' CUMAIINUS At BRACKIN.