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l!- III ..r S r c t a 1 HMci, ir iiar8 wviooiuTUia coduli-tvs TT" "J1 - far u.. ml inmw, i wkUk tha miliil I a per boK I bottle for J, tit bottle for ; lie par Jem. ODetrvt the mark, of iba Oworr. -. W Eighth, Pbuedalphia, Pa to who U WW am u a ti.ttasm. 'or Hal b; all rraptct est. Druggist and Hsrchaalt througaosJ th country. ATOMIC NOTICE. Tha ef OtwoU LodMu No. lit of FrM and asassywill bolda Festival at Carroll- aa, varreu oo. unto, oa FRIDAY THE U DAT OF JUKE, KEXT. Tha axartiat will consist la part of an Oration by oar iMinguiabed Bar. Bro. Joan MofEl of Alltghenj Cur, Ptbhc procession, Ac. AntarioaoiBfLot1e. Chapters, Jbeasapsttat and Brcthren gtnaraUr in good standing, ara cordially luvi td it riail ua an tha oocaaioa. to our town bj Bail Road, daily. Per order of tba Loda-t. o, April , 1M. Id. D. A. ARTER, Pec. OR D I V i l Oaumaaci fclativ. to atre.t and all... In sk. iBuroegh of Carrollton, ' Sic. 1. ' Be it ordained by tha Town Council of tha Borough of ('.rruuton thai the street and alleyMn Mid Borough .hall be within thirty day. cleared ol .11 ob- truction. .ich aa manure piles, pUwof wood and lura- bar and of whaterer elan aw; ba either obnotiou to the health of the citizen, of said Borojgh or uiav hinder the paaaage along laid alreett or alter. " See. .' Be it further enacted that thl. thall be done By the pereont owning or occupying the property where oca OOFirueilOO occur. Ai in ca,e turf reiuae it i,c Vet so to do, it shall be the dut of tha Street Cimmi. aioner to sea that this ordei it Itithlally ear,id out at the expense of the owners or occupants of said property the amount of said expense to bo assessed as a fine on Veeraer of said property, to ba recovered In a suit be ra tha Mayor of said Borough. Psased AtU 17 185a. i. S. RUKEXBROD, Mayor, Isaac I'm, Retorder. ;,t. M It It I Kit, On the 6th Inst, at the Tatton Houe, by R-v. Jan Oolden, Mr. Lm CajaiLaaii, to Miss S.hah Cats.!. aiaa, all of Brown tp. On the 4th of April in Perrytrille, by the Rev. Wm. Cox, Mr. Joint Loo, of Jefferson county, to Elu aiirtj UaariaV f Carroll county. CABBOLIlIABKETBr- 'CiRROLi.TOM, April 20, 1854. 96 ,00 Flour -Wheat Timothy seed Butter Beeswax Fish i 0U Corn - - -J'oUtoes 1,20 2,00 12 25 'It 40 i 25 Clover seed -Dried apples -Dried Peaches -Eggs . . -Salt -Hams - Sides - -Shoulders - 5,00 1,00 1,50 6 2,50 07 06 CLEVELAND MARKET. M0RNIX0 LEADER OFFICE, ) ArRiL 20, 1854. ) FLOUR We hare small sales to note at $5,50 to 7 25, at to quality. WHEAT Ranga from $1,50 to 1 0 CORN Offering at 50c. OATS The price has not changed. Sties are made at 35 to 86 on the cart. HEEDS Clover sells st 5, to 5,I2t. There are small transactions in Timothy at tr,60. WHITE BEAKS Prices itoge from $1 to 1,26. We hear of small sales at first figures. PORK The demand is limited. We quote sales at IS. LARD We note small sales, by the bbl at s Je. EGGS- -The quoted rates, bv the bbi are 10 to 1 In. BUTTER From .oommon to choice may be quoted at aaa l ait RIOE-There is a IiKbt stock in the market. The ru-1 litiR price is 51 to 6. PE.CHES Peeled sell at 11c eer lb : unoealed. ner bu. $1,37 to 1,50. DRIED APPLES Prices hold at SUi. FISH White may be quoted at $9 : Trout, tt $6,50 to 8. NEW YORK MARKET. ' -4piil 20, 185. FLOUR Prints easier, but net quotubly lower rang ing at 7,87;to 8,26 - WHEAT. Sales 6f 4,000 bush at prictt t trifle Ugh er; G"neee, $2,1'2. CO Bit Sales 30,000 bush at prices a trifle lower, from BU to rlc SUGAR Sales 100 bbl Orleans at 4c M0LASSES--Orleans dull at l&e. PORK Prices a trifle lower. Sales 800 bMt tt 12'" nature to re tore those important functions to a U to 13:50 BEEF -Market firm Sales oof 266 bbls. with an upward tendency.' LARD -Prices lower. Hales at 10 HAMS Quoted at 8 a 9c. , PITTSBURG' MARKET, pril 10, 186(1. FLOUR extrt, $1 25 to 1 1o. GRAIN Oats $9 to 46. Bailey 66. Wheat $1,45 Core 56 to 60 Bye 77. . BACON Shoulders, 6. Hams, 9. JtJUTTEK 12al5. EGGS 9t 10. FISH Mackerel, No. 9. Isree. $11 COaii 71. Trout ana vvmte, swnfio. GROCEUIKS-Suzar. 5. Molasses. 26 1 27. Coffee. firm at 12 a 13. BAY 16 a 22. SALT No. 1, and extra, at $2 00 a 2 06. New Ad vrrtisemeits. Here Wc arc ! In the midst of receiving our very large and well select ed stock of NEW DRY GOODS! .consisting of every variety usually kept in the Western Country. Give us a call before purclia-ing elsewhere, as we cannot be undersold. Cash paid for Wheat, .rlpril 20, 1854. HUSTON k SINCLAIR. iAVB YOUB MOXEyT: Yob can do that and your crkdit too, by purchasing jour Goods at I. .drchbold s Cheap Ready Pay Store, where you will find an excellent assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queeusware, Bonnets, Hats Caps, Boot', Shoes, lie. Ac. AW of which will be sold f st as low aa they ought to be sold, for cash or produce, sy us as you go and have no disagreeable settlements. Ehort settlements ; long friends. CarroUton, Apr I 20, 1764. I. jlRCHBOLD, eotto --Uie way to Wealth. CH'RYSTAL PALACE REMOVED Swabaker k Brother are receiving tnd now opening one oi the largest and most spelendid assortment ol ready made Clothing, ever brought to this market, which they will sell Wholesale and Retail, at Eastern prices. Their Slock consists of the following articles : lOOO Fine Cloth, Cassimere, Tweed, Alpaca and Lin nee; Frock, Sack, Dress, Box and Business Costs, of all styles and colors, sorts and sizes, from a Monkey Jacket to a Dandy Coat ; large lot of Pants, Vests, Shirts, Collars, Bats, Caps, Neck aod Pocket Handkerchiefs, al so a good assortment of Trunks and Carpet Bags, and a great many other articles too, generally kept m a Cloth ing Store. Persons wishing to procure anything in the Clothing Hoe, will do well to examine our new Stock of Spring and Pril Clothing, as we are determined to sell a great deal lower than any other establishment in this town ; as we hate been in the business in this place for several years ; we refer to our customers, fur our ability snd disposition to do all we promise. Call at our old stand on Lisbon street, 3d bouse above Legget's Hotel SWABAKER k BRO. Carrollton, April 13, 1854. Andrew McCuDoogh, ) At my instance sn attachment . V was issued on the 16th day ol Horace Belknap J March, A. D. 1854, by John West, s Justice of the Peace of Oiatge township, Car roll county, Ohio, against the moneys and effects of Hor ' ace BelHtoap, a eon resident of Carroll couuty, for the sum oi fifty-sevf a dollars. April 13, 1854. St. ANDREW McCULLOUGH. GEORGE P. SMITH & CG 4 WOOD (JTetEET, PITTSBTJIIOH. PA. Ara now tpssaag attar THIRD LA.BOE asnlini of SPRING A SUMMER DRY GOODS, To whi;b they laritr the attention of tha ffstaa. m4 t lty Trans. Wa eta aflat to ercaaau a LARGER AMD BETTER STOCK than they coald find at this lia of tha atateofabstam of rtswwary sad March, our ssfbead aatga ia KEWKST STYLES BPBINO CHIKTZEB PRINTS mWmm ewawtWM Barege., (Iran flats, Ttttutt. Brillia Brilliants and LaditV Drew Goods, oi every Mushu Delata, Persian Cloths, Da lm Poplin, Alpaca, Mohair, Oingbama, in rtry larrt Aaaottaaaaa. Foraifn aod Domeatic. PLAIN ANF FANCT DRK8S 8ILK8. To which we ask particular attention ; tha tap filial ! .TV "r'w lnU1 " '" P arktt, and , ugni graaUj rducd pri.-a, in Ntw Vork. 1 M N AND BOYS Cotton and Woolen Spring- and gammer Weert, all daf cnpu.n. ; tawtte, all SdrTS prlca. ; rtauneuT-eed! Jeans, Summer Cl.th,, CaaatoaTpiaiu and Nes Fai.cie. " I at vtaitTT or mis asd vascy "V" Ribbo". ll,w K high priced. Whtw Goods, of p i, , 15 nasoritueut oi bummer Shawls, printed, a ssmm, wwva, etc., CIL, T.airrr ooons, aositar, aanaiacaiira, olotu, Seaing., Biiidinga, tie. Ai d all soru of Brown Oooda, Dull., Stripes, Tickf, Bleached Shirtings, Sheetings, Drills, etc. rt.AN.vxLs, DtKiut, oiariu, tct. tW We shall keep our supply full and fresh through cut tha toatooi. aprii SO, 1844. Int. Shoemaken lake Notice. The fub.-ciiber ban just received an assortment of Leather, which he will mil low for cash ; consisting in part ,f Fiench Calf-skins, Tampico, Madras, and Brush Morocco, French Morocco, Emiaoitl Leather, Patent Skiua, hi tips, and G.iteis, Pink Sheep, tc, tc, togeth er wuh all kinds ol leaiher of his own msnulacture, and ne wouia invite the public generally, and shoemakers particularly, to call and examine hit stock before pur chasing elsewhere. W. BUTLER. P. S. The highest price in cash, paid at all times for hides, and bark. tpril 20, 1864. tt W. B. HENRY'S INFIGORATIM. CORDIAL, rrjRILT TKUET1UIJE It ITS COHrOSlTIO. This invaluable Cordial, ia extracted from Horhs and Roots, which have been found tfttr years of experience, by the most skillful Physicians, to be possessed of quali ties most beneficial in the diseases for which it is recom mended, and bancs whilst it ia presented to tha public, as an efficacious remedy, it is also known to be of that character on which reliance may be placed as to its safety. In cases of impotency, Uwuiorrhages, Disordered Sterili ty, Menstruation, or Suppression of the Menses, Floor Albums or Whites, or for DEBILITY arising from any cause, such as weakness from sickness, where the patient has been confined to bed for tome time, for Females alter i'onfiuemeiu, Abortion r Miscarriage, this Cordial cannot be excelled in its salutary effects ; or in lots of Muscular Enorgy, Irritability, Physical Prostra tion. Seminal Weakness, Palpitation of the Heart. Indi gestion, (Sluggishness, Decay of the Proorealiae Func tions, Nervousness, ic., where a Tonic Medicine is re quired, it will be found equal, if not superior to ant Com pound ever used. TO FEMALES. Henry's Invigorating Cordial, is one of tha meat m val uable .Medicines in the many Complaints to which Fe males are subject. It assists nature to brace the whule system, check excess, and creates renewed health and happiness. Less suffering, disease and unhappiness among Ladies would exist, were tbwy generally to tdopt the use of this Cordial. Ladies who are debilitated by those ob 8t,uc'io8 wlicn are liable to, are restored by the D0lue or 10 DI00Q1 anu t0 vt60r' YOUNG MEN. That solitary practice, so fatal to the existence of man and it is the young who are most apt to become its vic tims, from an ignorance of the danger to which they subject themselves, causes NERVOUS DEBILITY, Weakness of the System, and Premature Decay. Many of you may uow bo suffering, misled as to the cause or source el disease. To those, then, who by excess hive brought on themselves Premature lrnpotencr. Involun tary Seminal Emissions, Weakness and Shrivelling of the ' wcuiwi iirgaus, hwiuui aucvuuii, ur any oincr conse- ( queuce oi uuretju-aiueu uiuurgeiice oi me sensual pas f ions, occasioning the necessity of renouncing the felici ties of MARRIAGE, lessening both mental and bodily capacity, Hold ! Henry's Invigorating Cordial, a Medicine that l's purely Vegetable, healthy slate, and will prove of service to you. It pos sesses rare virtues, is a general remover of disease, and strungthener of the system AS A TONIC MEDICINE, it it unsurpassed. We do not place this Corditl on a footing with quack medicines, and, as Is customary, ap pend a long list of Recommendations, Certificates, kc, beginning with "Hear what the preacher says," snd suob like; it is not neces.ar;, for "Henry's iuvogoratiug Cordial," only needs a trial to prove that it will accom plish all we say. The Gknuine "Henry' Invigorating Cordial," is put up in 8 os Panne! Bottles, aud is easily recognised by ths Manufacturer's signature on the label of each bot tle, ('o counterfoil which is forgery.) jifSold for $2 pei Botile;Sixfor$8; $16per dozen. Prepared only by S. E. COHEN, No. H Franklin Row. Vine Street, below Eighth, Philadelphia, TO WHOM ALL ORDERS MUST BE ADDRESSED. For Sale by ail lespeciable Druggists & Merchants throughout Ihe country. apiil 20, 1854. ly. Sheriff Sale. Mary Harkoess vs. James Stanton snd Margaret Stanton By virtue af, an order of sale in partition to me direct ed mid issued from the Court of Common Pleat of Ctr roll county, Ohio, st its April term, A. D. 1854. I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Court House door, iu the town of Carrollton, within and for the said county of Carroll alid State of Ohio on Saturday th 117 th day ol May, A. D. 1854, between the hoars of 10 o'clock, A. M. sod 4 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the followiug des cribed Heal estate, situate in said county ol Carroll, Ohio to wit : Thu South half of the West half of the North Eist quarter of section twelve (12) in township fifteen (15) ol range six (tt,) containing thirty-eight acres more or less, llso, in the town of Malvern, town lot number twenty one i21) iu said town. In the town of Magnolia, Carroll county, Ohio. Lois numbed sixty-one (61) forty nine (49) sixty-two (62) sixty-three (63) sixty four (64) filty (50) twenty-seven (27) and forty-four (44) in said town. Also iu the town ol Magnolia, Stark coun ty Ohio, as follows : Lots numbered thirty-fire (35) a part of lot numbered fifty-three (63) being fifty feet in front, aod lots thirty-six (36) thirty-ono (31) thirty-two (32) twenty (20) thirty-three) (33) forty-two (42) forty one (41) eighteen (18) one (l)aed the one undivided half of lot fourteen (14) in said town. . AUo, town lots in Waynesburgh, Stark counte, Ohio, the North half of lot numbered twenty-three (23) lots numbered thiity:two (82) two (2) and One (1) and the South half of lot forty seven (47) in said town. Said parcels ol real estate will be sold separately. Terms ; One third cash on day of sale and the remaining two thirds in two equal annual payments, with Interest from day of sale, to be secured by mortgage on the premises, rlpril 50, 1854 6w. JOHN H; WHITCRFT, Sh'ff Notice. At my instance sn attachment was this day issued by Henry A. Stidger, a Justice of the Peace in and for Cen tre township, Carroll county, Ohio, against the Goods, Rights, and Credits of William H. Horton, a non-resident ol said county of Carroll. April 20, 1854. HENRV HARSH. Estate of John Newell Dec. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have been appointed and qualified as Executors on the Estate of John Newell dec. late of Monroe township Carroll Co, Ohio. thos. r. griffin. Robert Mccarty. April 30, 1854. 3 1. Executors. REMOVAL. B. MEISTER informs his old. customers generally, that he baa removed bis Grocery to the Corner Block, formerly occupied by B. Stephenson, ss Drug-Store. April i!0, 1864 tf. B. MEISTER. W. f. errn tOOlff, W1LIOX it CO. JmmrUrt atW Wars m KttrelftJ ft Dnaaetttr IlMrflwtir Loeet, Saws, Paatsa, flea, Itaai, Anvaa, ate Tktat, No. tt. Want) treat, PlUawti. fa. CHAS. H. MILLEil, OIOIO E P. IMITH tk CO tart aaarros a tain, ImforUr, mU MaWatas Dmitn m Forelffa asitl If talk? Dry OtjoU, - tat No. 54 Wood atsowt, Tlllw Pa. KEMEOY dk COLEMA.f, Mm, Sign mi OrsteotttX Pililiri, fJBhep Sooth last Conor tt Pahfls Iqeare, "; CarroOloa, Ohio. JOHN TEJVNIf CO., ImporUri mU Joibm mf Forelca atfttl DOaaetllc Hardwarr, 7W eVert boo Iht tnt-mmct. tkt Ammtmn Ntttt, No. 48, Superior atoat, Cwnstaftd, Ohio. VAHf BlOWH, Atttrntj and 6'aasisrffar a I 1st Orrtct ovor Jamas Cameron's Store, tab II '61 Main Street, Cairo II ton, Ohio JOIl.V H. UlR.MIILL, Attorney d Ovunullur at Late d Solicitor in Cknnrtry, aXSiSmZ ggifty (juiy ix ml Tu-carswas county, Ohio. A. T. lil t 1)1 . A (tonuy d Counullor at Law k Oolieitor in Ckanatrp, Will practice in Tuscarawas and the adjoining counties. All bcanets entrusted to hit care, will be promptly attended to. New I'biladerpha, Ohio, tpril 6,'Sl HOBEBT E. KNIGHT, Attorney and C'ownnlior at Lam, Will attend to all calls in hit profession with prompts art. He will Oillect claims, and do all other basineet en trusted to hi care. Leevrille, Ohio, he 3i, ':.:t PBANKLIJV HOUSE, C. PATRICK SON PioraitToas, sep 16, '63. Safari or Street, Cleveland, Ohio. JOHN H. TRIPP, Attorney and Comniellor at Law, Office up stairs in the frame building opposite the West door of the Court House, Carrollton, Ohio. t The services ol Joint A. Bmoasa, of Cadix, 0 , Is secured in all cases by the retention of the above. HARLEM SPRINGS, JOHN HILBERT Paoraiiroa, Htrlem, Carroll county, Ohio. This establishment has been put in complete repair, and a uew building erected for the comfort of Patients and Visitors. Hacks tnd other Conveyances constantly running to all the principal points. PROSPECTUS. r THE HOLT BIB LB IK SEPARATE VOLUMES : O . THS BOOK Or BOOK, It ITS IIXTT SIX PARTS. Edited and Published by T. H. Stocktok, of Baltimore, Md. Formerly Editor of the " Christiau World," Bi ble Alliance," ic. 0 T HE First Volume of the Divine Libraryor Cyclope- dia ol Inspiration will be put to press, tt soon as the Subscription shall warrant. This will be THE BOOK OF GENESI8: The First in order, and certainly one of the first in lm portance, of all the Holy Books the Fountaiu-Uead o Revelation. The Volume will consist of Two parts: The first part will contain the Sacred Text alone Ac- nnrr.linfw til ihe 1 nllinr.ii.i.1 Vnrl!aL V'nptinh in Papannanli Form : in proper Prosaic and Poetic Style : with the v.. nous nenamngs at me root or me rage: me yn.pters nnH Wr-am rwttttlv iiultf-nrsul in tht Margin mnA thai T mi . 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A thorough course of business Penmanship Daily Lectures on Commercial Law and Commercial Sciences, the theory of profits, the art of malting mon ey, Ac- Duff's Book-heeping, Harper's Edition price f 1,50, postage 21 cents, " the mutt perfect and comprehensive in the English Language." Duff's Steamboat Book keeolne. srice f 1. postage v cents, " a perfect system for such Booleiand' .Accounts. " Duff s Commercial Cslculations, price 60 cents, tjf Send for a Circular by mail 3ril 20, 1864. ly. TOWNSHIP ASSESSORS. I hereby notify the township Assessors of the several townships of this county, that the Legislature has now 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 affected by changes in the law. Iu view of these facts, I request the Township Asses sors to meet at the Auditor's office in Carrollton, on the last Saturday of April, tor the purpose of receiving any instructions that ths Auditor of State may furnish, aod adopting a common understanding of the provisions and requirements of the law. JOHN L BLACBURN, Ctrroliton. April 6, 1854. 16 4t Co. Auditor liocgelft Column. hic JttET rrrpuno akjvol awif i (tL.A, tTKBttAAK A in UU C. A. BOEfilL, .al opa. kt haj Ma Mtck. usta st., if. lata att fattaa ll. rw tafltoa, ea ace" ttwrr the 10th of April, uM, kvwaal ano ino.1 . wtui' lEfl, IA, PAI.VTH, DYEHTCi'TS, Ac , -av dMpkyH to that way. kat J t stilts aa attgant taw stp tastitattm at tta- ttxh aTSaTt tdraaetoa Irttaoot, for pyuarab tor the tarhy, quality, and raeaatjatt of oat Drop, W( Vt; 4 totwaeri,attttty at woB wtear tattrt Bttet.ww led under oar own waul tatta, of att atatt ratiabas Draggw.. Order, fro. PhraicW-a Boatart, aad othara, will racaiv. ptaawpt aad tatkaactory tovo.,.-f..ath.y.. Ml our ataWaWat K.-tn, Dyer., GESF.RAL (TSTOM SOLICITED Aatiru ii4 t-uiei to ba found at C. A Drug-Store, Brick Block, Main tt., appttaH the Pattoa uooat. uarroilton, tlhio, are lbs following I FOB THE READING AND JCVENflE PTBLIC. large attortatant of the ainwf pnaatat senastl Reboot Books, as well as a carefully aaVctttl lot of Works of general Liusralure, comprising the BrtiUh Clasttrs and Ike beat Modern Entliah, French, aod Anterican Aatftora, oo sal. at unusually low rates, by C. A. Bo EG EL LIQUOR'S FOR MEDICAL fSE OXLT-Pale French Brandy, dinet irosa tha Philadelphia Catstt Htass, Holland Gin, Port Wine. Malaga Win.. Clareu Wine, Mattaphcla Rye Whiskey, and Alcohol, -told bv C. A. BOEGEL. P S Li'- 0 171.7, GEVU1NK PATENT MEDit INK.-Ttnm Is uacin. . atoti tttcacivua. raost ceUbrsied, and most in imk, can aloayt be had of C. A. BOEGEL POCKET INSTRUMENTS, SURGICAL NEEDLES, 0tai,Spruig and Tbuuib Laoccta, Horse Pblrat.. Mrdi call' ockel-Books, aad a general assortment of Syrimre sold at tha Brick-Block, Male it,, by C A. BOEGEL. ' FOR THE TOILET Gestae tics, Rouge, Perfumes, ! Hair Dye , eve ythidg utontarj to t couiplete Toilet i for tale at C. A BOEGEL'A A lot of MEDICAL TEXT BOOKS toU at reduced I by C. A. BOEGfcL. A superior trticle of McC e ehtn's ultero abdominal Supporters, common abdominal do.. Silk Sutpensary bandaged, Shoulder Braces, Gent, aod Ladies-, common Man's Trnasat, Child's do, fur sale by C. A. BOEGEL. WHITE FISH AND MACKEREL, for i C. A. ilebv BOEGEL. WHITE LEAD DRY, Red do. Litherage do. White Lead in Oil, Zinc Paint in Oil, and the Fire Proof Paint, and a general assortment of the Small Paints, on sale by C A. BOEGEL. A fancy stock of Wall Paper, Window Blind, and Fire Paints, told at right prices and no mistake. C. A. BOEGEL, The nicest assortment of Flint, and Window Glass, ever offered in this market, by C. A. BOEGEL. TINE TAR, lor the accommodation of the farmer, for sleby C- A- BOEGEL. A prime article of Sperm and Sterine Candles, told by C. A. BOEGEL. - Amongst the Books can be found in our selection is the Masonic Moniier, Crafts man and the Lights and Shadows of Free-Masonry, snd the Carpenter's Guide, Shakespeare, complete in 4 vols. Dick's Works, Kolin's and a number of Standard Authors, to be had of C. A. BOEGEL. GLASS MILK PANS. These are preferrable to all others, g.ass being a non-conductor, milk will keep sweet uninfluenced by storm or climate, tor sale at C. A. BOEGEL'S New-Drug Store. CopeL, Coach Body, Mastic and Japan Varnishes, for ssle by C. A. BOEGEL ONWARD AND UPWARD- The whole world is in an uproar. Napoleon 3d 1 i . a . T ' . Deen on the J.-nperial throne of France iSfi K"S?lan. . f .wa?:s 80me Turk.e7. not wimwsnaing mis fiuhlHib, Messrs. B. J. Ster ling have associated Mr. J. C. Baxter late of Rich mond Ohio, with them in the -addling business Being thankful for past favors from their numer ous friepds they hope to st II find them on hand; or iney nave now on hand and continue to inaa lecture a large sssurtntent of PLAIN & FANCY SADDLES, snd Bridles Plain and Psnoy Harness of every descr ption, Drslt aod Harnesa Collars TRAVELING SACKS. Portmanteaus, i nd a gre it msny other srtiles too numerous to mention nil of which sre pu up in the latest style and he most substantia! man ner None but the best of workman are employad and the most superior stock worked, so no fear of work not standing the test STERLINGS, 4 BAXTER. Cash and Produce i still taken in exchange for work. Sep. 29, 1853. j. pr,Ti AMERICAN isYt-SALVE, This article is presented In (tin ,,hll. .e or. 1'VTl'H NAL RKMEDY, avoidme; the psin and danwer which pain necessarily attends the in troduction of cauetie miner als and eye-washes, with as. surance of its efficacy at a Curative of various Dis eases of the EV. of acute or chronic intl-una-tion. whether inducted by --crofulous origin or oth erwise; Dfbillity cf thf. Optic Nerve Granulation of the Lids. Ulceration of the Lochrymal Glands, snd wetknessof Vision from any cause. Price, 25 cents per box. 3 VMS 3.0. a. is Now is Ike l imp. To buy New and Cheap goods, at the Rail road depot, Csrrel'toh Ohio. We sre now receiving a large lot of NEW GOOD-; of all kinds, and everything mav 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 Sto c of HUSTON and SINCLAIR. N. B.-Hash paid for Wheat and F ax-Seed til the time. Currollton, Sep 2-2. 1853. tf H. tnd S. NEBRASKA MILL. The subscribers having at great expense just completed tneir new Meam flouring Mill in Carrollton, respectfully call the attention of the Farmert.to their superior advantages, for doing OOOD W OBK. Having already tested the work, of the above mill, we say confidently to onr friends that our flour cannot, and shall not be excelled. Bring on your wheat, and get good flour in return; only op tenth for toll. Cash paid for wheat, at all times. March, 6ih. 1854. 6m J. BE AT 1 Y& SON NO WAR IN TURKEY. Bnta new iarber hop now opened permanent ly in Carrollton at which place every body can be accommodated, in the best of style snd on resson ab'e terms, having removed my family from Pitts burgh and located permanently in this place. I respectful y ask the patronage of a generous pob lic, and wil at all times tender the "quid pro quo' Please oa 11 under the "Exchange" and you wil tt all t mes find your humble servant. W. JOHNSTON. P, S Clothing cleaned of all spots, snd grease pon reasonable terma W.J. Tfce Br,4,,h Mnmii ,Lclfoo'8 maoazihi UK'JfARD tVYiTT CO , V.w-Tark i aw pabbtk the itwowkag British rirlitjiak. eat I THE LONDOIf QCAETtni.V REVrJW ( Z. THE EDINBI RO REVIEW ( iffaU ) ! XaB BWmH f,KW t,t ACK fRir,t, tnrv n' w tn .rw it V'J ) ' I , P'WM erwieal rmiiom tsreseM erkleal stare of etMtttatsf tuaraetinf wasatg ate oceuot a lariat smssd taatwaan waxtry wrsntt eewt Netsa, enda reliable history of current avei Is, tad as suet, ia saWsV ttta tt tbetr rim aatslilaSitt Katary, triatMate, aad tao etogical chtraeue, we urge thett upon the etostdawtaioa at i -i Arrangetaeaits are hi progress (or tSe receipt of early rri Irooi the ilr.:,-1, I'uWuhr,,. u, which we Batfl w able to place ali our E phot st the fo. nds of sttW bers, about a soon a they can be forma.'''! with tkr foreign copiee. Although this will iovoWt a rerv Urge outlay oo our part, we shall aontinae to farnisL the Pe rttnwwls at Ihe atatt kw rates at baratofurr, vis : Per atm ror ana oow of the tour Renews . 3 Ml For any two of the fear Rerktwt & mi ror any three of the four Reviews . . .7 00 ror sn loor or the Urvttwe il . ! i. 00 ror mm kwcx)i . Magactue . 2 00 Fwr iilawt wood and three Reviews . t 00 ror HUetwuod and lour Reviewa . Ie 00 layenenU to b mad in all earn in adeane. Money current in ine mot mere ivmea mil be rem cut at far. CLrBBIXO. A diseount of twooty-nre per cent from the above prices will be allowed to Clubt ordering four or more copies of any eoe or more of the above works. Thai : four copets of Blackwood, or oaa of the Review, will be sent to one address for j ; four copies of lour Reviews ai.a Diactweod tar f ; aod to oa. POSTAGE. In all the principal Cities tnd Towns, these works will be delivered, through Agents, rati or rowraet- When sent by mail, the Postage to any part of the United States will be but TwetTT-roi l cuts i year for " Black wood," aod but nrsi-vx ctirs a pear for eaea of the Review. Remitaneet and communication! should always be ad dressed, puxt-paid, to the Publiahern, LEONARD SCO'l'T k CO , 64 GOLD STREET. NEW-YORK. N. B L 8. k Co.. have raaaatry aaNwbed. aod htve now for i ate "raaxxas Gems, br Henrv Stephen, of Edinburgh, snd I'rof. Norton, of Yale Col lege, New-HaToh, complete m t volt, royal ocuvo, con laining 16iJ0 page., 14 steel and 600 wood engravings. Price in muslin binding, $6. IW Tkit- wort it tor tie old "Boolof the Farmer,' taie.y atsusciTATiD awi throeen upon the market. fTIHE undersigned would respectfully inform his I tnd the Public generally, that m ronsiqnot cs of the I a destruction ot the Publication Office of T, CHHlaTAla DIADEM ! In the conflagration of the 5th, vy which a "part of the March Edition" was destroyed, that it will require "T" or lhre weeks" to reproduce the same and mail it to those subscribers who were not previously suppl ied; Pr which delay, we beg the kind indulgence of our I "Fetrons snd Friends " The April number will be issued as early as usual. r jf The "Diadem" will be Reproduced with Increas ed Elegance aud En let prise, and oo expense spared to make il still more Attractive, in teres ling snd useful to the " Home Circles" of our "Fifty Thousand Resdert." (7 are happy to announce that our choice premi um plates for 1854, were saved, so that we can still fur nish any acquired number of the gem engraving, repre senting the M ARM AGE OP GEX. WA8IIINOTOy, Or, the Superb Por tsnJt If REV. UE.t-r WARD BEECHES GRATIS!!! To all old and new Subscribers, who send us "the doll sr" for 1854, showers of which have been, and are still coming, from every direction and by every mail. As the DIADEM is strictly a moral and a religious work, ntirely tree from sectarianism, established for the pur ose of opposing, and to take the place of the floods of immoral and fictitious works of the day, we hope to r Iteceive a Continuance ot the sympathy and aid of the riends of Morality and Religion Generally. Respectfully Z. rATTEN HATCH. 9 Srtcst Sr.. Nsw Tore, Ta whom all communications for .he Christain Diadem should be addressed. Notice to the Public- I take this favorable op portunity o f informing my old friends and customers that I have a KEwassortment of Boots and Shoes for Spring trade among which , maj be found ladies GAITER3 AND JENNY LINDS of the different leading atyles, just from the ! East Also, still prepared to mark to order al! kinds of Work in my line, of the best material and warranted to be equal if not superior to ny mwJe e West, which will be sold low for CABH m naild- riease give roe a can on Litsoon direct, nearly opposite the "Free Press Office." JACOB HELFRICH. Carrollton, March 23 6m FRAZIER ANT DfTNNEM. Wholesale Grocers No 177 Market Street Steuben ville, bee to call the attention of the merchants of Carroll County to their stock of gooils, which embraces, every article usually kept in such establishments. They particular ly invite the attention of buyers to their stock of Southern staples now being received, and which will be sold on a small advance at cost to either cash or prompt time buyers. Steuben ville Feb. 14, 1854. FKAZIER AND DRENNEN. MMIKIES. 1700 Bbls Plantation Molasses 200 150 300 10 100 50 S. H. do " Syrup do Hhd N. O. Surrar " Clarified do Bbls Loaf " Crushed do do 20 10 100 500 50 Steamers " Granulated do " Powdered do Casks Rice Bbls small 3s mackeral Drums Cod Fish, Landing Caledonia, Noima, Indiana, from J. L. Avery andFranklin. 9-tf. as sto'i? vmm ma-Mel 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 kC, AC ISRAEL ARCHBOLD. Carrollton Aug 4 1853. THAT'8 SO Wm Thompson, the best snd moat experienced buyer in Carrollton, has the best ot ol sole leath er ever brought to tha ''re at West ymg rosters or the ioanai, aad aha ptaawratw Tosae of taefatart aisturtan, written attar the hring bt tatwataai sarMiaiial at aVs great potaioal wtwawtt ct the Slate shall hav petted away. It ia to these PartoaHeat. that rwaeer stoat kaoa for tka aolv isiffi iiiisawjllili I TfflwTffflsntsirfl'Hr" 'nsuuwrw Ctgol 3tin?atixKmcnt5. sriUlost (waller. run uss (rido) Asretj Motk tasWeair- , I Leh Booth! John B JrrratiaJi Boawk HesekiaA Pyle atwl JIM, aaa wife, laae BawMk Naacy Booth Hannah Booth iMafl B.x.h JaattwBoota John wj,u, k PaVTITIOtl re PTWKt. Mary his wife, Joseph Cartott Tatar: Carton Caiherfae Booth Isaac Booth. Jr Jeremiah Booth. Jr., John Booth. Jr.. Aaron Booth. Jr. William Booth Latais Dttolaa KlteaJteUi Duo lap k Nancy Dwniap I HF. above Defendants will take notice that a Petition was filed strains! them oa tba 1 5ih lay of Mare., A. D. 1854, m the Coart of Coob I tea of Taw. county: O., attd ia now pwau.'ogi wherein the said Aaron Booth demands parliuo.'' the following real estate, situate in the count T Tuscarawas aud State of Ohio, to wit : a pa.t of the south half of the wrath half of section thi-y- (36 in township fifteen Id of range (7) of the lands ia the Hteobe&TiUe Lsn d Dtstrm in ths State of Ohio bounded as folio'. iz beginning at the south west corner oi" said sect ion, the nee along the south boundary line of the aforesaid section, east to the miJdkr of One leg Creek, thence down the centre of the present channel of said creek to the south boundary line of lands owned by Daniel M'Gn'gor, the division line of said half section, thence .Tfl along said division line to the west boundary line of said section, thence along stid section "Be, south to the place of beginning. Contaomg one hundred and thirteen 113J acres, i.iors or leas. Also: a part of the south-east quarter of section eleven 11 J of township nine 9 iif range one 1 of the unappropriated lands in the Military Drutrict of Lands subject to sale at Zanesvilk Ohio; bounded on the west by lands of Benjamin Williams' heirs, and oa the north by lands owntd bv Isaac M'Crerror: which said lot of land, or part of said quar ter section contains twentv-tix I2fil 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: being part of the norm east quarter of section seventeen) 17) of township fourteen (14) ia range sixf6l of lands directed to be sole at Steubenville. Ohio and bounded as follows, to wit: beginning at the north-west comer of said quarter section, and running thence east one hundred and fire105J perches to lands heretofore told and conveyed off the east side of said quarter to Nicholas B McGuire;thence south with said MeGuire's land one hundred and two 102 perches to lands hereto fore sold to John Rankin, thence west one hundred and five 105 perches to the west line of said quarter, thence north one hun dred and two 102 perches to the place of be- gintng Lonuintng eighty UOJaeres. And, that at the next term of said Court, application will be made by the said Aaron Booth for an or der that the Dower Estate of the said Leah Booth in all of said lands roar be assigned to her, and that partition be made of said premi ses. by WM. k J. C. HELMICK, prfee 14,00 Att'ys for Petitioner. Carrollton, March 30, 1854. Estate el David Norris, DeeJ. Notice is hereby given, that the andersign 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 PETE! NTTEiVGE , Dec The undersigned has been appointed and du W qualified as Administrators with the Will an neied of Peter Pittenger, deceased, late of Carroll County, Ohio. JOHN BUCHANAN. EVAN PITTENGER. 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 Protxman, 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 firm will please call upon the undersigned im mediately, tnd settle. HORATIO HUNT. JOHN WEST, Feb. 21, 1854. nolO Receivers. SHERIFF SALE. Shacklet and White In pursuance of an order in the Probata Court of Carroll vs A. R. Dempster dc John Watkins, County Ohio. I will offer for sale at tho door of the Court House in Carrollton, Ohio, on Saturday tha 5th day of Afiril 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 and to lot No. Seventy-five 75 in said town of Leesburgh, with the improvements thereon. Terms Cash. JOHN H. WHITCRAFT. Mar. 15, 1854. I. d. Sh'ff. C. C. 0. Elizabeth Jacob's Estate. Notice ia hereby given that tba Subscriber hst been appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Elisabeth Jacob's late of Loudon township, Carroll County Ohio, deceased. Jan. 19th, 1854-3 1 PETER SIMMONS. NOTICE. At mv instance sn attachment was this day is sued by Henry A. Midger, a Justice of the Pesce in and' for Centre township, Carro'l eoun-y, Ohio, against the goods, lights, moneys snd rredtts of J. Si J. Thompson non-residents of said county of Carroll. J.tMES.sTEEL. January, 93, 1854. Elizabeth Nerrew's Estate. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has bee" duly appointed Administrator on tha estate of Elizabeth Morrow, dwcessel Jan. 26, 1854 DAVID WHITE AdminiV V.