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0fth aUeeipt aad Ijyttnfwt 9f uarroti I of cwin "era muiu 10 totW tiMMtaMrlMRilt to 41 W M tf 0 U8w8i lO.tej tt i l.tMMO 88a T8 0 BMC It (roea other Soo 1.6H 1 0 at aa setae! sac 1 8 paid by M808 H AaaMSS datieS " Ittle7asnUarW8eel6 C.ioc t MM N 00 0 44 IX) I M 4 88 f 6 10060 statues Ux of 188 sad Him i " rwipei or. 64,766 84 4 184 61 0 80 MS 18.4M 44 8 101 88 0 1,144 44 1 On aupMMtf on duplicate of 1864 gate amount of all funds paid paid Stat by remittance ilstiatss paid to aa taxaa 1 JasVsad ialaraat on the bond of Omm, Untoc, Lee and Oraag lowe st! law, and axpaaaa of traaamknoo l,m 66 0 S,88ft 88 6 w . o 864 04 S ,89 It t Trarn'i Ma Nell aggregate balanoa Introaaary 866,1 65 84 4 JOHN MOODY. Treasurer of Carroll County , in account. County Find. Dr. To balanoa la Iraaa at laUtaaisat June '64 81 76 4 " Bad damages 41 86 0 " Net ami oottecied on duplicate of 18t4 6,0t 9 Frees 58 18 0 Taaas rafuadad from Stale I 88 i " Aula nod ooanty's prapeitlea of printing 62 6f 0 " Paraonal delinqaenciea of 'S3 and previous yaaif 88 88 I t,S12 it t PfL. By orders redeemed and presented at annual settlement 6,114 880 " Interest an order redeemed 95 93 0 t Treaaurer's par cant on 8101 30 18 0 f Sundry leee aloe4 Treasurer 40 00 0 " Loos on depreciated money 1 00 0 ! Balance In treasury 1 .049 80 M $6,82 88 8 Bridge Fund. pH. To balance in treasury at last settlcni't Duplicate of (8(4 368 61 I 419 VI 8 8848 49 1 PR. By orders redeemed and presented at ct ilemenl ' Balanoa In treasury 466 18 0 392 31 I 848 49 1 Statement of Orders Issued Or expense for different purposes on the coun ty rand from the 6rat Monday of Jnne 1854, to the first Monday of June, I8o5. Printing miae Haneous 881 99 0 40 00 0 88 42 0 144 00 0 308 84 6 88 01 6 221 00 0 1,84 1 88 0 68 86 0 249 00 0 24 00 0 64 00 0 818 84 0 16 00 0 171 46 0 SOI 29 0 114 16 1 J'uUii 'ailing ap nodosa to tax payors and col lectins school funds from other eounties Carroll County Agricultural Society (toad slews and surreys Books, furniture, statiomry, Ac. Taxaa refunded County commissioners and tboir Clerk Auditor's feet Constables in Ooart Prosecuting Attorney's feet Board of equalisation School Examiners ?heriirs Feat ownshlp treasurers Election expenses Costs in criminal cssas Probata Judge's fees Coal and wood Clark of the Court's fees Township aiisttert " Jurors " Miscellaneous Lunatic E penaat Repairs, painting, to. Court House snd Jsil 14 88 5 206 41 606 60 0 265 90 0 2 90 0 187 10 0 190 81 3 6,068 82 6 Infirmary Fund, fiR. To balance la treasury at last settlement 8J9 to 0 " Duplicate of 1864 in 88 I 8408 68 8 CR. By orders redeemed and presented at Settlement " Balance in treasury 808 09 0 648 808 68 8 Interest on Sec 16 paid In by Purchasers. PB. To amount paid in by sundry purchasers 8666 80 0 666 20 0 PR. By amount transferred to school fund in February, 466 69 0 '' 51 certificates issued f 6 50 0 ' Treasurer's per eent 4 97 0 " Balance in treasury 58 04 0 655 20 0 Principal on sale of Section 16 paid In by Purchasers. PR To balanee in treasury at last settlement 2.102 47 0 N Ami pd in by sundry purchasers 1,398 IB 0 3.794 66 0 CR. By am'l pd State by remittance 2,902 3ft 0 " Am't paid State at annual set tlement 875 34 0 16 04 0 M Treaaarer'i per cant 3,794 66 0 Public Building Fund, PR. To balance in treasury at laat settlement " Puplicate of 854 33 31 2 95 65 0 128 96 2 98 62 0 30 34 2 128 96 2 CR- By ordert rtdeemed " balance in treasury Road Fund. PR, To duplicate of 1864 CR. Bj certificates of labor paid aa taxaa S Orders redeemed 1,930 97 0 1,930 97 0 in l .73 44 I 167 62 9 1,930 97 0 Railroad Fund Interest, DR. To balanoa in treasury H test H Duplicate of 1864 1.430 f? ? 2.64 66 6 of 700 00 0 210 00 0 176 00 0 300 000 V. 10 66 0 1. 163 99 6 2,649 6 6 CB. By interest paid M Centre township bonds Union townahip Lett B Orange " Expense of transmission ti N. Palatkce in treuury j DR. To balaue is teasnry at laat IllilMliI 177 07 8 Cob School fa ad fawn State 10,78? 45 8 of 840 show lieettM 20 00 0 it) taitiotj tax ooUteted on du- 0 of 1854 687 73 8 ater of interest on tec 16 mud y mrckamr 4rJ4 69 0 MIIHII front mc 1 pd by Bute I.8S3 W 0 do of sec 16 from other eoenlies 235 72 0 13.602 86 8 CR By TrensurrVt per cent 122 51 3 " Orders redeemed tad presented atseUleaaasU 12.957 00 7 "I rr cent on M shots license 20 0 " Balance in treeesjry 423 24 5 13,502 95 6 8nb School Ditrtriot Bokool H DR. TodapKcate of ISM CR. By orders redeemed 4.066 49 3 4,066 49 3 4,066 49 3 4.066 49 3 TOWNSHIP SCHOOL H0U8B FUND. DB. To duplicate of 1854 859 31 3 859 SI 3 859 31 3 CR. By orders redeemed 859 31 3 8TATB AGRICULTURAL FUND. Dr. To show licenaa Dan Rice and B S. Washburn 20 00 SO 000 1 00 0 CR, By treasurer's 5 per eent on 20 " By transfer to State Fund 19 00 0 20 000 STATE JKD. DR. To pedlars license 34 20 0 Auction duties it 6 " Amount of duplicate of 1854 16,993 93 " Net delinquency of 1853 and pre vious years 174 32 3 " State agricultural fund 19 00 0 17,221 66 I OR By tax of 1854 pm,1 State 16,993 91 3 " Delmquencyof 1863 and previous vears 174 32 3 Agricultural fond Pedlar's License Net auction duties . 19 00 0 34 20 0 12 6 17,221 66 I TOWN8HIP FUND. DR. To duplicate of 1854 1.689 58 3 1,689 58 3 1,689 58 3 CR. By ordert ttdeemed 1,689 63 3 THREE FER CENT FUND. DR. To amount in treasury al last settlement 198 64 3 Amount received from Stale 93 96 0 Balance in treasury 292 60 3 SURPLUS REVENUE PRINCIPAL. j DR. To am't collected from debtort 130 00 0 130 000 156 36 0 CR. By amount paid Slate 155 36 0 SURPLUS REVENUE INTEREST. OR- By amount paid State 184 19 0 GENERAL BALANCE SHEET OF ALL FUNDS IN THE TREASURY. DR. To bridge fund 392 31 1 " County fund 1,049 80 3 " Infirmary fund 64 3 " lnt on too 16 pd by purchatert 68 04 0 " Railroad fund 1,153 99 6 " Three par cent fund 292 60 3 " Public building fund 30 34 School fund 423 24 5 " Rent of unsold qr of sec 16 Union township 98 00 0 3,498 88 3 OVERDRAFTS. CR, By surplus revenue principal 25 36 aurpiut revenue interest 184 1!) Net aggregate balanee in treat 3,289 33 3 3,498 86 3 LIABILITIES OF COUNTY. Urer draft on surplus revenue 209 55 0 Outstanding ordert on oounly fund 3,576 93 0 3,101 4U o BALANCE SHEET OF EFFECTS A LIA BILITIES BELONCINC TO THE CO. County fund (balance in treasury ) 1,048 80 3 Bridge fund 392 3 1 I Infirmary fund 54 3 Three per cent fund 292 60 3 Publio building fund 30 34 2 Net aggregate indebtedness of co. 1,81 1 32 8 3,576 93 0 LIABILITIES. Outstanding ordert on the county treasury 3,676 93 0 Net aggregate indebtedness of county in 1854 8,630 00 0 1,811 32 8 Net indebtednet . in 1 865 Lett in 1856, than in 1854 1.818 67 2 I hereby certify the foregoing a correct statement of the receipts snd expenditures of Carroll county lor the year ending June 4lb, 1856. and tha condition of th. treasury aad accouulaaa appear from the hooka of this nam J. I.BLACKBUAN, AuuiToai Orrict, Carroll county ) Aud. Carroll Co. aasssaassan , June oui, 1855. ) WT For tha satiafaetion of the Us payers of Carroll oanly the promise that I made previous to receiving in a SSslsTraavsa nliL. n ta . . T"l"u' eoanty a year ago atafcfcvor of CarvoU oouuty, for surplus revem.l, is receipted In full. J. I. BLACKBURN. FOR SALE OH ttKN-tv i SAW MILL AND nwc less Iherewlth, altuat. at W.uavU i Fox fo.nih.n Carroll county, Ohio. The kiu U t mere are more than two hundred saw !---- .. yard. The premie, will be noAi 1 vT, moder.t. m wmm. n uoi oiu soon, the) will ue for I rent, inanire of tat tabaariber. or Thorn., y Tailoring. TH undersigned would retpentfiilly inform the.'. of Carrollton snd vicinity, 5 he has onsasi out a tailor shop, in the m. tl , Barger, a nJ' where he is prepared to execute all work In hu lme 1 on the shortest notice, and In the most apr-ovrt ,T Please give him a call. MYID Jf," -iKsnv' April 6, 1866, ly. Business (Sards. A. W. BfOHBIBQlf, ATTOKXMTA1 LAW, U AS resumed the prncuoe of the law K' wtt aarttoaiariy atlanata aba ssttasss I of nlalaaa tan trliaei in ate Piabata Canal ant Has. AO attar bests sea ad a nam la sis cere, ia tbia aed the was aa atlasidsd la warn aaaawnna Ornca u thenars anaaaiia tha wtt-from af tha Onnai II tuna fill bf A. M. Ikspf aa at. J laV i Jo. B. Piaaawi - aa wn jM A. iaeu JOHN H. CROUTON. J floras ad I C t I 11 r l I it , WILL give prompt attealioa to nil buaiaets waraamd la has ears, aa CbrraU Ooaaty or eats Otaoe woaadieiely opposite tea west door of ibe Vrt Hu, C'ervollton. Ohio. tm Tha W services of J oka A. Blsattaa. ol Cadia. onto, aaay a sneered by Baa rsiaotssa atth E. H. ECKELY. Atttrntfand Counnllor tlLmw ill practice at the arofesatea in Carroll and the ad joining counties. AU business entraated to hiss raaoire prompt attention. OFFICE 5a?aH frame buildiug one door South of the "Stidger House," Car rolltoo, Ohio. VAN lino v' Altornty aasf C'eanirfZor at a r Ornca rer Jamas Cameron's Store, fcbf 621 Main Street, Car-oBton, Ohio. II. IC. KVKiHT. A T T 0 R K B T AT LA W, LstaacaoH, Caaaou Co. 0- 0 LL prompt!) attend to al) the bnsineaa that I may be intrusted to him, in Carroll, Harrison and1 Tuscarawas counties. Fab. 8 '65. New Arrangement. 7he undersigned lakes this method of informing the cltixeus of Carrollton, aad the 'rest of mankind' that he has purchased the Drvq Start of John Sterling Esq'r , and that ha is just receiving a large lot of drugs from the Aaa', to be offered (or sale, by him at the old establish meat, at tha lowest prices, for which they can be purchased in this section of country. AW drugs iu ranted para. J0HJV C. BAXTER. Carroll ton 0. Jan. 18 '66. WHITE-LEAD, Red .Lead, Litherage, and small paints of different descriptions. J. 0. BAXTtfrt. - ALSO, Cosmetics. Hair-Dyes, Hair-Oils, dec forsaleatthe lowest figures. J. U. BAXTEA. TAR. Fitch's celebrated abdominal supporters U Trusses, shoulder-braces for Ladies and (ieuts. J. a BAXTEA- PATENT Medicines of the latett and most aporoved kinds.for sals St his establishment opposite the West door of the Court House. J. C. BAXTEA. KIM l a C'OLE31A., H u ii , Sign and Ornamental Painlera, Shop South East Corner o Public Square, o81y Carrollton, Ohio. j. j. Baooxs. a. caozna. HUOOKS Ac CROZIEU Altorntii aad Counsellor t at Law, Office on the corner of Green and Lundy Str03ts, SALEM, . . , . Oil 10. FI8HBR A ANDBR80JT, Canton, Ohio. Manufacturer! of Printing and Wrapping 1'ayr. The highest cash price paid for Rags. TO ARMS! TO ARMSI Another lot of Kipp for sale, of a very fine texture and a beautiful finish , So come along, eboenukejs and farmers, and 1 will give you a bargain in good leather, lor i cannot no oral. N. B. Fivi cent per pound for good Hides, In cash or j sather, at my tannery. J. W. YOUNG. Nov. u, 1864. tf. BeunaViata Valley. THE GLORY OF MAN AND The Graceful Ornament to Woman III it us II A IK it IS row IK. Warranted to restore Hair on any Hesd that is bald. For Sale by J. C, UAXTEK, Druggist, Agmt fur Carroll Co. Aprils, 1855-tf '.I lill AK I 'ri IMPROVED PATENT MELODAONS. P. A. CHILD, Manufacturer. Cleveland. 0.. Finishing auu rre iooui ra me oecoua aim Third stoi ian ol Hurl . J 1 1 f u .a.... ' . . burl b New Block. Noa. 84,66 and 68 Ontario street. Man ufactory in the new t' rce story brick building directly iu rear. P. A. Child Is the sole Proprietor of the above named I'atent tor mediate ot U!no. 11....;,... 1. ...... ...1 . L.if. .. "'"5 u u jcora iuu u no" iu periecung meer instruments, (1 itroihicina; variou imn-ovenient8JaiKf in Jillessatirlng the business of manufacture, is now nre. pared to turn out 24 instrument Dei week, ksei.ino 1 r . : Lrm "'""""j prut cm 01 mauuiacturc, over SOU Melo- jeons. Attention is called to th Is-ce Instruments with twn and three sets of Reeds, snd two Banks, of Keys, at being decidedly superior to auv Melodeoa ever hdkma mane in mis country. A Committee of the Franklin Institute at Philadelphia, awarded a Medal tar th. fi. una maue; since wnich they have been improved. rmuis Liar. t cu tortauic - - 6o 6 Oct. TUno St vie - - ISA 76 I 8 "i seta Reeds I6.1 " Ml 8 "8 "2keyb'ds,24ii , rianootjie, - i ru j 5 "2 . . at(0 rMHH KlLM ..vtra .)K L-T. CON AN 7 , Rae ina.Ohio.wlll furniNliAnv nf tha .hAM Inal.ii.-nn.a . t , L . . I. I I . ... w.. i.idhuu.qii,b lu i Dr'ces DUDiianea ::.avi ant each to giveaatittanion. Each instrument will be wei i packed in a ne a case, witnont extra, charge Orders from a broad wl. be promptly attended to. Ail orders lor said instruments will carefully and romptly lorwarded by WILLIAM McCOY. Nov. 1864, tf. Carrollton, Ohio. PIANOS ! PIANOS ! ! PIANOS ! ! ! Allow us to call your attention to our stock nf Sri urn. did Pianos ol all patterns and sizes, with patent metalic framea, all of Koscwood Cases, with aU the modem in. provementa, highly and neatly finished, of brilliant and powerful tone, For eighteen years have they been sold an over tot- union, in competition with all others PRICES: 6 Octave, P. from 8286 to SI 5 6 " " S50 " 300 t " 875 " 325 6 " " 800 " 360 7 " " 600 " 600 Upright Pianos, SOO " 350 t'laniuo, 800 " !150 Grand Piano, 400" 1000 Poarl Key Harps, 650 ' 600 Melodeuns, 40 " 160 A. KUHN k CO., No. 8, Liberty Street Baltimore, ATd L. T. CON ANT, Aavsnna. Oblo.la the authorised agent of A. Rutin k Co., tor the eale of their Pianos In all Nor thern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania, to whom applies tion should be made. All orders, applications, Ac, will be received and promptly forwarded to said Agert by W ILIA Am McCOY. Nov. , 1S84. tf Cwdlton, Ohio. Tu-. MIItMNGK. HK UNDF.RSIGNRO takes pleasure In snnouncina lo tha ladies of Carrollton ai d vicinity, that she baa just returned to the residence of her mother Keel end of town, on Main street, where she will be happy to 'do up' or finish' and trim' in the latest stvles all kinds of bonnets worn by ladies. ., MARY ANN LAWLAR. Carroltton, 0. May 24, 1866. C0!0"'81'1'1!! Castor v OH. oil. c. j. c, BAStW WHOL SSfS A IaB ak RETAIL. THOMAS 0. AJSUMafOtt, oopm rnsntmi, stoti oiatxt Ac., Otnm Omni ., asW sIsMm Jy ra, CARROLLTON", OHIO, Avaaa StttttM of Hals aaaans taretarabsj thanks to aaat astiaiiiagiBissSy, aad saaaara theat that at twar.a twtda aisasalf ready to asee all saaaaaasakaM waeh aaav be saade apa kiai tar Tia, Cofayac, Rvaaa, Skaai lata ar Stove wars. Tnantm tot toe caste which be 1 fcrtBerlt received, ad which hat aaaated aha tattaaS too pwbaV disaster gtieeltanJ sate CMseouei.t he aateathe Sjiiitu stMisai.saaidsail af ratsaaSta parity, aad so belts the stttattat of saaahare aad percnaaera, ta an ataaaat stoct at ware. eooa mvsa, raaua, srevtt iusilii stoves, Of the moat apprwvwd pattana, tha staat finished east ing, and the most saaaats saetat, on asad always st the ion eat prices. It is useless to muluply words the ar dele af stoves which Atkinson sells, is edadtted par ex cellence, the ben and the cheapest, sold la "the. eorpia Ktrri-ie anb rorria tin: Kettles oa Saa8 siiittaatry aad saade to order in taper! or style Copper work of every d ertpsion aad saend lag done pramiptly All aaacriptioos of Sheet Iroa ware on band ; also, Tinware of the beat quality aad every description constantly on hand and for sale. aoesc STomso ao Lioarrsiae tons. Careful and axperteDoad operators la atuchlag rods and spouting are regularly ssaployed la tha country, and all orders for work of this kind will be gladly reeeivedaad nromnllv executed operator, in thin line are mnSm.H to no locality, bni are carried forward with despatch in j any part oi uarrou or adjoiMtag aoaacies. THOMAS H. ATKINSON. March 8 '65. tf. A.KAS At 11AR8H. LAND AGENTS, FORT DEB MOINSS. IOWA. WILL attend to any batmen connected with the Government Land Offices in West era Iowa. Tares paid, collections and Xiqxl business generally, promptly stleaded to. Those wishing to enter Lands In Centralsad Western lows, can do so by seeding as eastern drafts or their Land warrants. 7Wsna for telectinr and entering Land exclusive of Government fees for Lead warrants, 160 acres I0 : 80 acret, S8 ; 40 acret, 96. 6000 acres arable Aand in Polk and other coun ties for sale by LEAS ft HARSH. March 16 '56. ly. "PATTON HOUSE " CARROMiTON, ....... OHIO. SO. UcKEE hat taken the above house and invites bis friends and the public generally to give him a call Every attention requisite to ren der Ii is customers comfortable will be given. io. 18. Co-parloerbbip Notice The undersigned have formed a Co-partnerrbip in (ho mercantile business, and hope the liberal patronage extended to the "old firm" will be continued with the new. J . P. CJMMlNGa ELI COUCH. Carollton, March 10, 1856. AYER'S PILLS. FOR ALL THE PU1F0SIS OF A FAMILY PHYSIC. Tribb has long existed a public demand for an effective purgative pill which could be relied on as sure and perfectly safe in its operation. This haa been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten sive trial of its virtues haa conclusively shown with wnat sueoess it accomplishes the purpose declined. It is easy to mako a nhvsieal mil. but not aaav tt make the beat of all pilu one which should have none of the objections, but all the advantagee, of every other. This haa been attempted here, and with what success we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It haa been unfortunate for the patient hitherto that almost every purgative medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow els. This is not. Many of them produce so much griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more than counterbalance the good to be derived from them. These piUt produce no irritation or pain, unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc tion or derangement in the bowels. Being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any quantity ; but it la better that any medicine should be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their nse in the several diseases to which they axe ap plicable are given on the box. Among the com plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languot sad Loss of Ap- gstite, Listlessness, Irritability, Bilious Headache, ilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side and Loins ; for, In truth, all these are but the con sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an aperient, they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos tivcnsss, Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body, Ulcers end impurity of the blood ; in short, any and every case where a purgative is required. They have also produced some singularly suc cessful cures in Rheumatism, Oout, Dropsy, Gravel, Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in the Back, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely taken in the spring of the year, to parity the blood and prepare the system for the change of seasons. An occasional eeee stimulates the stomach and b"wels into healthy action, and restores the appe tite and vigor. Thy purify the blood, and, by their stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno vate the strength of the body, and restore the wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism. Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, even though no serious derangement exists; but un necessary dosing should never be carried too far, as every purgative medicine reduces the strength, when taken to excess. The thousand eases in which a physic is required cannot he enumerated here, but they suggest themselves to the reason of every body; aid it Is confidently believed this pill will answer a better purpose than any thing which has hitherto been available to mankind. When then virtues are once known, the public will no longer doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a sathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped they are E feasant to take, and being purely vegetable, no arm can arise from their use in any quantity. For minute directions see wrapper on the Box. PREPARED BY JAMES C. AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, LOWELL, MASS. Price 8S Cants per Box. Five Boxes for SI. AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, For the rapid Care at fOFGllS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPINfi-COUCSH, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. This remedy has won for itself such notoriety from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease, that it ta entirely nnaeeesaary to recount the evi dences of its virtues ia any community where it nas been employed. So wide is the 6eld of its use fulness, and so numerous the cases of its cures, that almost every section of the country abounds in persons publicly known, who have been restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of the jungs by its nse. When once tried its superiority ever every other medicine of its kind is too appar ent to sseape observation, and where its virtues are aaown. the public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident to our climate. And not only In formidable at tacks upon the lungs, but for ths milder varieties sf CoLna, Covohb, Ho aaawaaa, Aa.; aad for Children it is the pleaaantest and safest medicine that can be obtain,! Aa it baa long been ia constant nse throughout this section, we need not do more than assure the people its quality is kept up to the beat that it ever baa bean, and that the genuine article ia sold by PREPARED BY J. C. AYER, CHEMIST XOW IX MASS. 8ou Bt T. Eckstein, Jr., Cincinnati, Dr. . A. Boegel, Car roll ton, and by ail dealers in medicine every where. tBf One agent wanted in every town In Carroll co. SJ Beware of counterfeits aad worthless prepara tions s'temnted to ba palmed off under a similarity of name. March 1. 18(6. 4m 4 GOOD 1 sale by article of tobacco and cigars or J. 0. BAXTAA. CARTER'S SPANISH M THA GHAAT PYTUFflK OF THA B LOOI aa t raarwts a aaaocav m rv. UT TIB ir'UCTBO BB-SD ABD POB0B! u A Infallible Sessedy for Scrofula, Kings Evil, Ah lasts nets, Ohatinaia Cataaeews AY action a. Pimoles oi Paws Ue est the aoa, Blolabst. Jails. Asms aad Ft- ver. Chronic Sara eyas. Ring Worm or Tetter, tieald Head, Enlargement aad Pass of Ibe Bones sod Joints, i rwer aaa half of the aaattioas sabmitled in each branch. Htutteara UtoesfcabphBtei Diner ass s, Umbego, Spinal a. Certificates aid not be i seed ea the day oleum Complaints, and all Diastase arising from aa Injudicious ' intion bat, be remitted by mail or otherwise as soon nse of Mercery, Impiadsaas fo Life, ar Imparity af tee aa practicable. Sr 1. Applicants coming in after the class is formed snd (TBJT This great alterative medicine and Parifiar of the examinaiion has commenced will be expected to bkaod is sow used by tbaeesndt of grate fa I patients i wtU until tbt next regular day of examination, (rem ail par la of lbs U stead Stales, wao testify daily to g. .Vo certificate will be granted to any person who the remarkable cures performed by the greatest of all ra known lo Ibe Hoard to be habituated to the use o medicines, t AKTAKT! B1A.NISH MIXTURA" Ne ralgia, KbeaiaxaUeea, Seratast, Bray Its as aa the fikin, Aiver IHeeaee, Fevers Ulcere Old bores, Aafoctiaas af the Ktdueys, Diseases of theThroet, Female Complaints Pains aad Aching of the Boats snd Joints, are speedi ly pat lo Sight by using this great and inestimable rem edy. For all diseases of tbs Blood, nothing has yet bean """" wmpwre w hq is. tt c-ieanses toe system ofsll ""l""""! gwnuj auu enicieniiy on the Uver and Kidneys, suwagtkena the tgesiion, gives tone to the Stomach, makes the skin clear and healthy, and lastei ii the Constitution, enfeebled- by disease or broken down by tbs excesses ol youth, to iu pristine vigor and atrsagth. For the Zadies, it la Incomparably better than all the cosmetics ever asad. A few doses of Carter's Spanish Mixture will remove all sal low uses of complexion, bring the rosea mantling to ths cheek, give elasticity to tbs step, aad improve the general health ia a remstksble degree, beyond all Ibe medicines ever heard of. The large number of certificates which we here re1 oeived from persons from sll parts of the United States- is the best evidence Unit there is no Humbug about it. tha Press, hotel keepers: magistrates, physicians, snd public men, well known to the community, alt add their testimony to the wonderful effect of this GRA AT BLOOD rURIFIEi. Cblloa the Aanrrsnd get s circular and Almansc.and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all Med icines bss performed. None geanlne unless signed BBS'S ET k BEERS, roprietors, No. 6 Pearl street, Richmond, Vs., to whom a 1 lorders for supplies snd agencies must be addressed. And for sale by Chas, A. Boegel, Carrollton, Stewart k Bamhoese, N. Hsgentown, A. Tritt k Co., Minerva and by Dealers in Medicine every where. Nov. 16, 1864. 1 y Special Notice TO AHY OFFIOA'RS.SOLDIifRS, VOLUNTEERS, TfcA BSl'KKS, A A AL OFFICA7fti,H&A MEN, VI A A' IXErt AND NAVY CLERKS, ArD THEIR SL'RVI VINO WIH1WS OR MINOR CHILDREN. V ou are now entitled to a Land Warrant for 1 160 acret; and if you bave already received 10 or 80 acres, you are entitled lo an additional quantity equal to 1 60 acres. Whether you desire to sell or locate your warrants, it Is Important that the same be procu red without delay, as the great number of Warrants, whlch will be thrown upon the market, muit soon mate i tally reduce their value. Pertous entitled to Warrants are requested to apply to John Livingston, No. 147 Broadway, New. York, who has snch arran ementewith the Xiepartmentas enables him to procure Warrants with me least possible delsy. The applicant is required to state his name, age and esidenco, including town, county and stale; the compa ny, regimeut and war he served in, and the captain of hie company; whether the applicant enlisted or volun teered, and on what day and year, and for what term . whether he has ever received any Warrant, and if so.for how many acres, and what has become of such Warrant, It the claimant served in the navy, his statement musi be varied according to the facts ot the case. If a widow applies, she must, in addition, giro the place and time of her marriage, the name and oftieial ti tie of the person who performed the ceremony, together with the time snd place of her husband's death. On receiving these fects, Mr. Livingston will send to the applicant, duly prepared, and ready for execution.all me necessary papers, with lull instructions. These pa pern, after being duly executed, may be leturned to Mr Livingston; whereupon the certificate will be obtained, and either the Warrant itself, or the money therefor. as may desired, can be forwarded to the applicant or his attorney, rfcgular coireepoinlenls. who prepare the eases of others, and forward them to the undersigned, will be liberally dealt with. faring all the necessary blsnk form,and being famil iar with the requirements of the law, and his arrange ments being complete, applicants can avoid much other uncertainty and delay which might ctherwiie occur. Address all Communications to JOHN LIVINGSTON, Commissioner for alt the States 157, Broadway, N. Y, REFERENCES. Hon: W. L. Marcv. Secretary of State Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War. J C. Dobbin, Secretary of the Naty. J. Guthrie, Sec'y of the Treasury. R. McClelland, Sec'y of the Interior. Cnleb Cushinff. Attorney General. Col. J.J. Abert Topographical Eng'i, U. S. A. ub vui a, ri.ijijDg'. Col. F. 8. Belton, 3d Artillery And Public Officers generally. April 12, 1855. FASH I O. VI It i, ; TAILOR. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RftSPtfOTYULLY announce to the cilixensof Carrollton and vicinity that be has opened a shop on Main street, Car. rollton, Ohio, Immediately opposite the Iudian Queen House' and one door east of Camerou's Store where he intends carrying on the TaiLoaiae Busiatas in all In branches. Genu who desire to appear In fashion,' can get 'fits' of the latest sgony, by calling on the subscrib scrlber. Bring on yoor broadcloth and vou cau be suited to a T. All work warranted, and perhct satisfaction rendered WILLIAM HAUS. May tt, 1866, 5w NOTICE Is hereby given that Land Warrant No.39,786 for forty acret of land issued under the act or Congress spproved Sept., 28th, 1860 to Henry Miller, wss fraudulently obtained from him, and that a Caveat has been entered in the general Land Office to arrest the issue of s patent thereon, if returned located, and that application will be made to the Pension Office for s du plicate of the same. HENRY Af ILLER, April 12, 1866. 8w. By Geo. F. Kenedy, his agent GEO. P. SMITH & CO , WnOLKSALK DEALS KS IN Fomgu and Domestic Dry Goods Ne. A4 Wood street , Pitt tburgb, a ai mow bbci iviao aan will hup cr hchino the skasob A BULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT FOR THE SPRING SALFS, To which they invito the attention of the trade April 5, 1855. 4m CHEEKING VERY. T tin, si,Bmsj,K jjah KKCJKiVlSD FROM TH K oast, ma careiuuj selected ana excellent stock nf oriunu aciu ouaaut rvixina which he will sell just as low ss they onght to be sold for Cash or Produce. His stock consists In part of a fine assortment of Silks, Satins, Ladies' Worsted Dtess Goods, Lawns, Ginghams, Prints, Bonnets, Ac &c Also Men's wear of almost tvery deacripfion, Hats. Shoes aad Boots; a very fine assortmeutmentof Queens ware ; a good selection of Hsrdwsre, snd an eici un nt a ti . , . . it" aasaaai urewi oargaias lor CASH that. -note n m n . ISRAEL ARCilBOLD. Carrollton, 0., Ifay 84. 1866. Tf Schttsl Tearkeif. Thehoeidof Sthaol Rsasaaaaia taw Cattail ananty vHB aaal tt aaa saga for tha exaaaiaatteo af Teachers, a thafoSowkag sasMafor the year Ittfc-pataa Sade ataiiagsitt laa i ess ; aero ai at Aswd, May.awasaaaaaw and tt he beta at the Owwrt Howe m 10 o'clock A. M. Rj atsW af the Aoard. r. a. McXIAJV. Be. Dee. 81 '64. Ainm Irus apornp ty W Boaar- or Scuoot Ei anratat rea Caaaou Corvn, Ft. Itta, 1886. 1. I very anattcaat saaat predaee a cettlScatf of good I nhaaariat, of lais dale, aad signed by tatpouait.lu 8. lath apaScaat taatt aosas furnatbad w tta two or three ahoeta e4 raled paper , eaw with pen aad ink , tod wHh Me4ht8ayt Ftfth Aeader t. Sack apptssnl will be reqtnred to furnish a sped sxen of penmanship, skit In ponrtoation, c mpoeftioi., aad the an at capital latteta, written Id the presence of the Board. 4. To each applicant will be NaaaiUed a Hat af oaes- on Arithmetic, Raghsb Grammar ,aod tjaagrapny, i a. a uitW ha writinc 6. No sppbeant will be regarded as qualified to teach, 1 nor entitled to a certificate, who does not correctly au- prefixes language, l be ia tarn aerate, or dhkoaatt. By order of the Bosrd, F. 8. McKEAN, Aec'y, Feb. gg,-66. tf. ibfcW MAP OF CARROLL COUNTY, ( HIO. fTIHE undersigned proposes, provided sufficient en I couraaement be given, to construct and publish a ! a krr snd sccurate Man ot Carroll i county. Averv road to be carefully surveyed by coarse and distance, snd tha location given ofsll lbs hills, ponds, streams, roads, milb,rail roads, churches, schools .stores, Bssisbsps, dwellings aad other objects of Importance and inlet est. -Vamss of property owners throughout the county to be inserted in their proper places ; tables of distancesfrcm village to village, and statistics of the agricultural, geological, mechanical and mercantile re sources and condition of the country lo be given. Ex tra plans of all the piincq al villages on aa enlarged scale, to be added in the margin. Also, prospective views of ths public snd other important buildings, kc. The map to be engraved in very superior style, beau tifully coforrd, varnished, mounted on cloth with rollers, and furnished to subscribers oaly at Five Dollars a cop. py. No labor or expense will be spsred to make the work valuable and beautiful, and the most liberal pat ronage of the citisens i s expected to enable the pu blish er to carry out his work. N. B. Satisfactory security will be given that this map ahall be superior to any other work which may bo published. HEA'BY F. WALLI.VG, Stats Euyhsoer of Massachusetts. A aril 26 , 'J6 Spurtant to every marriei At there are multiplied thousands of women who are unfit or unable to bear children, owing to various res sons, among which are diseased constitutions, which would be transmitted to their offspring, aud in many ca ses sn sbso'ute impossibility of giving birth to living children, it follows, as a just aud human conclusion that every woman so incapacitated needs, and consequently has the right to that knowledge, which will enable her lo prevent maternity or conception. I ako consider thst no physician nor any other person hss the right to withhold from mankind important aud useful knowl edge. Therefore, st the risk of sll obloquy, I propose to give to all those who need it, simple, clear, snd full instructions, which will ensble sny woman to prevent conception without the pouibility of faiturr. The manner in which the maternal tunciiouis govern ed beingso closely connecttd with either the advance ment or retrogression of the human race, it follows ss a natural sequence that :ts proper regulation and control. is s matterof the mott oilol importance. A large majority of the diseases of females is caused by too frequent child-bearing. This is the fi ightful source of the early decay and great mortality of women of the present ago. No women can bear a cblld ottner than once in three yeais without great injury to herself and offspring. Moreover there are many thousands of married poisons who are in such Indigent circumstances that it is im possible for them to properly educate and provide for a numerous offspring and no woman has the light to bear a child, If she can avoid it, unless she thinks she can make its life desirable. As it is the God given right of every healthy woman (and none other) to have a child, so it is her sacied du ty to prevent maternity, when the exercise of this func tion would be productive of evil. I believe one of the greatest wants of our civilization to be a cheap convenknt.hcalthful, and abtolutelycer fain preventive of conception. Tbis I sm sole to give. It will not only render conception impossible, but it will not fail to prevent, and even core many female dis eases. I will also give the best known processes to ena ble those who bave not been able to bave childi eu,to be come mothers. Women who have beeu barren for more than twentr years, bave been enabled to becuuie mothers by using these processes. All the agents used in either case are entirclv harm less, consisting of no poisonous d'ug whatever With this iolormstiou any women wbose duty and inclination it 18 to nave children, can regulate I he periods other pregnancy soss to svoid all the weakness and prostra tion, caused by being pregnant while nursing an infant at the breast. It is impossible for sny woman to be healthy under such unnatural conditions, and conse quently impossible for her children to be healthy and happy. Because some women are unfit fo bear chil dren, it does not by sny means necessarily follow that they are unfit to love, aud to be loved, for if this were true, mariiaee would be a ciime in all women ahowerA not healthfully constituted, and who were incapable of ot bringing into existence neaithy children. II would be well for the world, if children were never born, except from healty parents, and under healthy snd harmonious conditions for life, instead of being a blessing lo a diseas ed and discordant child it is a cuise, while such children tre a curse to their parents, and to society. I deny that woman baa the right to destroy her life in bearing children, neither has she the right to bare dis eased and discordant ones, with which to afflict human ity. Any women who wishes to obtain the above specifiic information, can, by sending the undersigned five dollars have it sent her securely enolosed in a pre paid, sealed envelope, to violate which would be a felony. Ar many women bave been sadly deceived by mercenary quacks and Ini posters, whose flaming advertisements fill the newspapers, I will aa a guaranty return the money in all cases where it fails. One dollar will cover all additional expenses which will buy enough materials to prevent conception for several years. AH communications will be held strictly conflden'.isl Aoney securely enclosed and properly directed can be aent at our risk. Address, 2R. D. F. SLACK BURN. Hampshire. , Maury County, Tennessee. March 8 '55. ly. AiWiirimijTr THE undertigned most retpectfully informs the citixens of Csrrollton snd vicinity , thst owing to the hardness of the times he hss reduced his prices to place in the reach ol all an opportunity of secu ine a o - "-v..oo .vi .miunitn or menus. My prices range from the small lam of 87$ eents upwards ; and you may rest assured that no opposkion nor establish ment in the vicinity shall undersell me. Lockets, Pins, and Lings filled on the shortest notice, snd sll business entrusted to my care shall be promptly attended to; and all work honestly put ap aad warranted not to fade. Having the only established Gallery in the i ounty, and mj long experience in the business warrants me In say ing that I am competent to please the moat tasty, and give entire satisfaction to all. At disease and death is abroad In oar land, 1 kindly solicit one snd all to call and examine specimens and avail themselves of the e-rlwst opportunity of securing s gooi Likeness ere the substance fades. N. 88 I will have my sky light rooms completed In the shortest possible time. I have just received a new supply of stock, call and examine. J. W.GOULD. May 81, '61 tt GEORGE W. JOJVE8' ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the subscriber has been svFtMSjtjSJOstf fjSJ s)a)f y B8jSJff at aa the th Wispssslay October. Tha tatattatt appointed and qualified as Administrator oa the estate of George W. Jones, deceased, late of Carroll county Ohio. ROBERT W. MILNE R . April 19, '55.-3 w.