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TOPF JtMcCOY. oaa If . Tsirr, e WM-"aai McCoy OfTHS AND PROPRIETORS. Taavt Qm poli tf afid Fif y Cent pax aa-j nasa, in anvaycK, Two Dollars, if not paid within ih year. tea of Advertising. Urea iuaattlauf, fl 00 U.n, 60 bm, UN. S mo, 14.00, liaao, KlOB .' 7oo." " 00 ' 1 Odaaaat " e.00 " 7, in. " " a oo. " " ii oo 10,00 1 1 6.00 I 1 " " " n,oo." lts.oo. " 25,oo tW Tarn Boat or leas ef solid Brevier all be conaid Ucan Convention. rJ a square Pursuant to the call of the County Central J rM Committee, a large number of the friend, of Jkar of laaartiooa on lha face of tLnir aJveittKUienW, .aely-mh,p-,WleJunlilordaredou.1.udcb.rj.d;frdonl Mumbled in the Court House, at aocor.iii.,., JCarrollton, on lha tih day of July, 1855, for ajf" Advartiaemesu should be handed ti by Tiia the purpose ot' appointing dekgaiea to the jaar noaaiaa, to maar iosertiou that eek. jB'ate Convention, to be held at Columbus on Wio Woaa oead, and aspeduiooaly executad at ; ,be ,3.h of Ju, The m(tt WM w. I m eCoa, oo tba aborteat MaMl aotics. . . . .... , . . ... LAYBR0TUKrT7i 8. Fourth street, be ! kA "llmg Milohel McLaugLkn, of Fox Jaw Chestnut, Philadelphia, are our autboiized ageuu , township, to the Gbair. and appointing Simeon M obtain A.dvertiaanta tor us m that city. j Wtatfall, of Augusta, and Wm. B Sharp, of vCZSr ol Meapar.. E"1 towni,hiP- Vice Presidents; and Wm 3. I. Babriber. who do not giv. notice , the contra-i"0"6' of Perry township, aud William McCoy tj, are considered as wiahtng to coutiuue their lubwiip- j of Cairolltjn, Secretaries. ? , - ..... , ... The object of the meeting beini? stated the t. It subacnoars order the discontinuance of their I . . ... fBrs, the aubliaher may contiuue to seud theui until ; all arrearages are paid t. If subscribers neglect or isfuee to take their pe rtodacsls from tbapfflce to which they are directed, they are bald responsible till they bare settled the bill, and ordered them discontinued. a. U eutoscrtbera reuove to other places without in fcmiug the publinhera, and the papers are aeiit to the lormer direction, they are held revpontiblf. Tea Courts have decided that, relusing to taVe paper from the office, or removing and leaviiij; tin in uncalled for, M prima facia ovidenoeot intentional frud. fjf Poetmatiters wbouotify apuiiliahcr that a nuwa- pape Is not taken from the office, aro roqniieri to give tha raw on why they ar not taicn out (Sec I'oat Of- fee lnairrucuona and Lawn CONVENTION. On the 4ib inst., at lie hour of 2 o'clock, P. M'i the Convention was gathered in the Court glome at Ihe tinging of the bell. We were well pleased to witness such a large mini Derm attendance, considering llie numerous j tjon of tLo lcrntories of Nebraska and Kansas, meetings of various kinds going on at points: which repea)j so nuch of (he Mi,souri Com ao adjacent on that day. A portion of our cil- promi8tj M prohibited slavery in said Territory, isena having been enticed away by Ihe great , cmM itis in violation of the Constitu. prospect at Cleveland, lor military show-and t,on of thl, Ullitcd SMem . V i t ll a 1 11 I auo aaaaa aaoouug su.runtg oo aouresseu , by our present, two most worthy Senators-B. f. Wade and Salmon P. Chase-also the t tne aiass meeting at uavenna 10 00 aouressco tensive isaooatn cscnooi ceieoration at inuw Harriibnrgb, in this courty-wc repeat thai; Je were very agreeably surprised to find such large number of our citizens in attendance. Afttr (be selection of ihe proper officers, the Contention proceeded tc select three Delegates to represent Carroll countv in the Columbus Convention of lhe 13th inst. The persons a I a?lt 1 . t dSSL 1 ..IS al . M I chosen are Thomas Moore, George K. Mecas jkeyand Dr- J. C. llosletier, with It'ni. B. Sharp, Robert 0. Ramsey, and Dr. John B. Moody, alternates. All was harmony and unity of action, with determination to go for measures, not men. W uewgates go untrammeiea anu unieitoreu, with the confidence reposed in them by the .Cotwantiop, that tbey will endeavor to make such nominations as shall enable sll h t ri of iniquity, to uni e upon and ujum jmsnlly elect tbera over the blackened and Sll J.. . i i . . i ! sore-hesded degraded race wbo now fill tho important posts in this State. Proceedings of Convention in another col umn. A Man Killed in Columbus. As we lean from the Columbus papeis, the baimony of the festivities of the 4th inst., were sadly marred in that city about 0 o'clock in the evening. t seems that a company of firemen, and 1 .military company, in connexion wilh a compsnt .of men in tte rear, who stylo themselves Turners, were marching the streets, and whiUi opposite tbe United States Home, one of tin Turners snd a boy had some trouble, and threw atones at .each otber, until the whole comphnj became engaged upon some lignal given by an cdRfler, when tbey commenced Gring pistol upon tbe citisens passing indiscriminately, and one of tbem by the name of Uottleib Mayer, fired two or three times from the ranks upon tne person pf a young man whose name was Peary Foster, without effect; then advancing a few paces and resting his pistol upon his left arm with his right hand, took deliberate aim at young Foster, endured, bringing the de ceased to the ground, snd whilst in the act ol arising be was again knocked oyer by a stone. Foaier died from tbe effect of the pistol slug, in about one hour and a half after. 1 he Tur ners sre said to be a secret association cf Pro lestani German foreigners. But for what pur pose tbey are banded together in companies, we are sot advised. It is eelf-eyident, to the most casual obser .eer Uat they anticipated some attack, either of tensive or defensive, otherwise they would not save been sseretly armed wilb pistols. To tbe Crest credit of tbe Fire and Military oompan s of ihe procession be it said, ihey moved not a inch from their proper position in the ranks, apd took no pert to the murderous riot. And Iss SO doing showed themselves not only bork, )t st wjukt true American Citizens. Unwil ling that a ff if Uous difficulty wilh a boy of 14 or 15 years of sge. who was caught by a friend Sd led towards borne, should be the signal for brutal attack upon the gentlnman who towed the boy swa. jy knocking him snd tbe boy Jjota down with stones, snd then with a mur Jmw intention firing indisciimlnately upon jarsawshlr .cilieni, pssaingby. Such nre not fjkf fruits seen by (Jbc actions of genuine A essisni m tbe glorious and ever memora- MsJs.of Jsly. Doubtless the fumes of whis- if necessary, postponing, to these solemn is. ; able in seven per cent, bonds of the Company deeper outrage than the Matt. Waid case. y clonded the brains, and devils distilled, sues, all other questions for the present. , in 1 86C, in the city of Ncw York. fhville Whig, June 18. yssesjs" ware busy io aaMnr iariotioi.s, until .linenc i and America's birth-day were bj them entire 1 forfottea. Hiram Griswold We se right veil pleated to tears from the Advocate, that old Tnscarawu hat declared , in favor of Mr. Oriswold aa their nast choice ; Governor, Mr. Grjswold could take more vote in Eastern Ohio thin any gentkmea . 'nained (or lh! office, and haJ wc have been a 1 I I L . I delegate, should unhesitatingly i te for him i from CWioll. (Id is a gentleman in the (rue ! aenke, and in every way worthy, aud faM up all the live iaaaes of the day Our dele- uatea couia not mmm tneir constituent oeiwr. proceedings of the Carroll County Repub Convention proceeded to the selection of dele gates. The following are the delegates ap pointed, including their alternates : Thomas Moore, of Perry township; Robert G. Ramsey, of Fox township, alternate; Dr. J. C. Hosteller, of Minerva, Wra. B. Sharp, of Kast township, alternate: and G. K. Mecas kej , of Palermo, Dr. J. B. Moody, of Lee, township alternate. On motion of Gen. E. R. Ecklcy, it waa re solved thai, 80 many of the resolutions adopted . at ihe County Republican Convention . . ' j , r-wT opnate, be adopted. The year, as are now appr following are the resolutions adopted: Resolved, That we are opposed to the pro visions of the act, lately passed by ihe Con greos of the United Statea, for the organiza o Because it is ahold altemnt. unoaral 2 Because it is a bold attempt, ,eed in lhc biljtory of nftlioDai cotUjigI1 10 glaveryi whal wag aud oug . a lation, to JL'ht to re- forever freo. 3. jjt,caU9e a;d act vinlaUd , solemn p,eti?e of national faith( mide al greftt gacri. fi(.g on tbe pan of lhe free SulcSi and j. P,ccd in for more t1Hn thirty years, which edg6 of fajlh wa8 and ought M ,,ave becn in ioUmnily bllt mh how lhe compact, that . . .rj. (,.,av IMii'is kuis i.'Mii' in lit' y iwuviiivi. 4. Because said act. is in violation of the principles of humanity, in conflict with the de mands of justice, the dictates of roason and the high and unalterable commands of divin ity itself. For these and other reasons that satisfy us, that the present national Adminis- ; trationi are ditermint!(J to extend slavery not 1 0, v oVcr Ncora8ka nd Kansas, but over Ncw Mt,xico and Utah and rurther we8lwar( it j8 imiled by the waters of the Pacific, j and 80ut,,Wfll.d as fttr R8 tlieir HC(luitjkion. can Leiich or co ,st can Therefore, as freemen, entitled to tho enjoy- ment and freo expression of our opinions, wo j this day publicly declare and solemnly pledge, : that we will not cease our opposition to tho acta of the slave propagandists, until we res tore nil that has been lost to freedom and re cover all that has been joined to slavery. And that with untiring zeal, we will contend, until slavery shall be entirely eradicated from every inch of lerritory in which Congress has the power to abolish it. And that if any new territory is to bo ac quired by any means, devised by the National Government, there, and in that csso will we demand that such acquisitions ought and shall be free And in a particular manner do ive declare, that the act known as the 'Fugitive lave Law,' pissed by Congress at the instance of the people of the South, was w:cked in its conception, an mcnts ana con men. That Dosed bv the ut nf ihn Tii,B,t Q. ,! u ... '"v ui" v iii.vM 'hvvd, nuu ivy CTCI Y UUC VI ' J 'J " 1 ' 1 our political friends from Ohio in the House of Kepresentatives.with one excepion, whose votes and acts we approved of then, and whose wis-1 dom and justice we still admire. And that in I our opposition to said act, we will not cea.e until its obnoxious features ate wiped from the Matute book. Resolved, That the extravagance of the pres- cnt Administration increasing its expenses to ' over seventy millions of dollars per year, is to ' us unaccountable and alarming, and calls loud ly for redress. Resolved, That the system of taxation pro vided by the Democratic party in power is op pressive atid unjust, and we demand its modifi cation or repeal. Mr. John Palmer, of Loudon township, of fered the following resolutions which were u nanimouly adopted : Resolved, That, whoreas, the slave power is making rapid strides towards obsolulo con trol of this Government, Ihercfore it becomes the friends of freedom, by whatever name they I may De called, or by whatever party they may have been designated, to unite in one political organisation for tbe purpose of maintaining for ourselves and transmitting to posterity the blessing, of civil ard religious liberty, descend-1 ing upon us from the fathers of ihe Revolution Resolved, That we take our stand upan this . .a. . I . a j . pu.iv.uu .uuBpooueua, uiievv, opu aeuon lor freedom, against slavery, subordinating;, nd. . . . . - .. uriii prusei ipiive, wnen iney laae lr 10 tnelr11113 111 LVJ lu:'l -n.e h.-iiu; un nim - ti at war with the feelings, senti-; orgRniz.uion al who we.e born u 8oil ()Ver !cieive judgement, and as yet tbe Russian Ver-TtI,,nd,ick8 Mercers lvictions of all riihl thinkinL'! Jackman Sam'l w o " '"--' '".lim . uuraio lit pi ULecilUIl a,w" w' ' b J T 1 T i, tie passage of said net, was op --themselves sought to proscribe the honeRt! The proceedings in Pailiment have bad rare l Juukins Joseph Hon. Thomas Ewinir in lh Ren- Republicans, the men of Connecticut and all interest, but have produced no result of any , Johnston Joseph Resolved, Thai on Nraich word u and ev er Li. be no slave territory no mora alare States The Genera! Government permanently and openly on lha aide of freedom. On motion, the proceeding of this Conven tion were ordered to be signed by tin officers; UJ that the same be publiihed iu the Carroll rrea Uress. Ida U. a. Journal, tne Columbian and tba National Era. Oa motion the Convention a di turned. miCHEL McLA.UGH. IN, Pres. Wm B. Moo he, ) V McCot, f Secretaries. NATrVEISM We recommend the following, aa a prescrip- r Opn, for a few of our woild leading loeofo-1 ,cul 7" uu - u.-1im, . t . 'trous was the result that on thp 2J no aWaifc co a about town, whose stomachs are to naus- , lrou' WM ne ,e,u" ln1 00 lDe IXJ 00 Uela" eoua, thai they are ready to emit acrid matter , had bucn Mom& t0 'ranspire at Pans or Lon - . ... . ! Hon the Black Sea teWranh bfint aa nur Irom ibeir "internals" every time the phrase , don lne n'aclt "IPf oetng, aa our Know-Notl.inp.. or Naiivea are aounded in ,reder Wl" remember, under Govc.-nment con- their lengthy auditors -It is true, we dodl- According to on. account the Briii.b claim to be "much of a Doctor." but we can , 1 ,M lone WM $M Gen. Sir Colin nrescribe a ilh much assurance for a -lit sick" and above srenly oller officers. This PiPTceitp m oslverv locofoco rterceite, prosiitvery iocoioco. The Inconsistency Of LoCOfoCOiSm in its Phar.aaif.al hnarl ahnnt TOati'TPiQm like the tteUan tower, WHICH alone whs ex- bate 1 louna any uu.n.. in . coooeiuuu luu -v. rnarisaicai nowi aoout naureism. pioVe iuiuriou to the constitution. Since the opinion became generally preva- , P0Bed 10 the BritlliU Uack- the Malakoff being j r aMK.S B. CHUTO.V, M. D., ChemUt.' lent in this country ibat 'None but Ameri , further to the right before the French, would j EVIDBJiCE OF MKB1T. cans should rule America,' and orders were naturally be decided one wav or the other, and 'Lswissuao, Uaiou Co., Pa., May 2, 1865. said to have sprung into exislen.-e inculcating ' :.i carripH or ahamWH before aurh ex- Ma. J. A. Kuooiis Dear Sir: The box ol medicine thia doctrine, the old hunko, administration " f abandoned be ore ,Uch you sent m. . duly received on . ' . 11 .1 ' treu-e carnuce could occur. Still It is posslM have asW about oue half ol it, and so M Hie people who presses have been generally IWfwllwf tkr uZmiTZZi 1 ' ,k. have used it are satutied that it has cured them. It baa readers with the most lachrymose and mourn- P" my be true, or even less than cwuMj iW)ned the Agae in every 0Ile who nM nu ful articles in omplainl lliertat and in dtnunci- truth. On this subject we shall hope to ob- m, ud aii of the caeea were of long eUnding. My sis alion thereof. uin some liuht from the mail of the America. ' l" "ho h" llld ilr five SSL ?J.C-.!- I. ALL . . ... it. T ..rtf,.,. In Ohio ;.n particular, the Locofoco editors . i , ,, , 1 . .i . . . nave oeen natintea aay ami aigwi wy sw sauiv esa ghost of Nativeism, and have seen its face : : i j a 1 t iu -running orooss, anu irees, enu every i.i.ng. nil Ihey have wen able to speak, or w rile, or the 7th the Mamelon end oilier advanced Strychnine, or Anti Period'.cs of any kind. The well think of nothing but Know Nothingism ; so works were taken, with a loss to the Allies uf kujwn 1 etliciency ot tlieae niixioue pcii.ons proves them much that their papers contain this reflex of . mmm " , ,. . ! to be the otf.priug either ol false mudical principles, or their mind, -Know -Nothing-Bin.' and no noil.- ingelse. 'Hence, goblin damned, why inva. dest thou our presence.' Let us 6ec it this Nativeism is not really an evil spirit oiineir own creation, ana nence " ' Pre? upon their minds aud they cannot gel rid .lof it il thev would Being something of an antiquarian, we have beeQ g rchj mB a !ot of M jocuments.' aud find in them some cause for the anxious solicitude and angui.h of mind of the Locofoco clique, from the multitude we extract the following food for rt flection: Wilson Shannon, of Belmont County, was nominated for Cov- ernor at the Locofoco convention in Columbus, January 8th, 1838: A committee was ap. pointed to prepare an 'address to (he people of Ohio. baid committee was composed ot the leading spirits of the party at that lime, and in a very lengthy addreis they set forth reasons why Wilson Shannon should be elected Gov e rnor, among the foremast of which was the ful- "SSlr. Suannoh are centered talents of a di"tan(-e than either of the general bombard high order, and that attachment lo the institu- ents. the tw0 principal forts ought to have tions of ibis State which the eon feels only for been destroyed. But at any rate they were the purvnt of his birth. I either so much dilapidated that the assault was 'Hs is a native son of Oluo.born within her thoUght to offer the needed chance of success, limits and renred amid her greatness. ' 1 , , . . . . .. In the origin! address the words "he is a or clafl 1,10 lmu Sot !nto 8uch ft state that native son of Ohio,' are italicised and this a decisive action of some sort was necessary, was during all the exciting campaign, llie However this may be, the check the Allies great arguments in favor of the man of Louth- haVe received is evtflenlly a serious one, or errtood's eleclion-'the crowing glory of his lh f re,ppclin it woul l not 80 long be life, that he was a 'n-a-t-i-v-e born! .... , , , , , 6 Again : When David Tod the 'Tod hs). from tl,e Publ,5, ll 8,,0Uld not be morialiscd in Poet song, was a member of lhe forgotten that this was no general assault upon Uliu ptnatn, and chairman ol an important . 1 1 m ! f ( t sinialit 11, ,f ii.fi - mi tvfY . a I in. v... ........... ..v w-.u .v. ...... ..v,... ..o..s ..1' 1 ... 1. 1... ..I :.. , ' ..... , ..i,.... U. LI.B ll'lll.C U1UUU. 11. IU. lUllUnill I Hi 111 ' b oer Before closing this report your committee ' cannot forego expressing the proud sstiafae tioo they enjoy in constituting tin; first stand- ing committee of either brunch of the General Assembly composed culirely of l.er native born wns , J ' 1 We have other evidences of like character which wo shall Dioduce from our file of mustv documents, ull going to show the ardent and burning affection entertained in days gone, by tne revilers of tho American pnrty for naliver ui ine bum i 1.1 1 . tio not tr.ese tacts, lellow citizens , recall lo your mind ihe old fable of the rogue who raised the cry of 'stop thief,' that he might: himself escape detection wilh the evidences of j his villainy upon his person. But we don.t intend to let these hardened sinners who first set the ballot nativeiBm in motion in our Stute escape notice by their own lou'd cries and the much of 'noise and coni'u 6ion, they may create. Remember citizens, that in the Oubcrnato 1 rial contests for Shannon, aa also in those fur I Tod, the cry was constantly rung in your ears that they were better qualified to preside over j the Stute ol Ohio, because they were nativb sokn. The mon wlio now denounce Americans as ! others who were not born within the State lim . e ri nii a a 1 at nl I Ihm I h unua. I v ha ... . .f .L moet nftrrow conlrROted Cftllveigm now tcek to array hostility against Americans If this is any thing terrible and alarming and di8s"lr,ou' in the garment of Nativeism Ihey are on t ii laail In it L,iil imololf 'I'l U .1 . ..-J in 3 y p" them wrap it closely, tor, like the poisoned ghtrt of Nessus it will stick to them forever. " 1 A BlTTIR than lira Brotiikr. In Phil- J . l t. : . . . x al . . . ' "u ,FU"' "uu.ng p.ny arnveu irom tbe iflAiinlrv Thaw mil I, n ul ir.r. f . 1. UK. Houses, and in the evening the preliminaries having been seltled, and lhe clergyman in at tendance, the ceremony was about to begin, when lhe bride-grootn manifested some dis satisfaction: The bride seeing ibis, ana being high spirited, showed as much independence as the lover. In lhe confusion which ensued the biidegroom'a brother stepped up to tbe bride and said, "Since won't marry you, I'll marry yoa myself, if you have no object ion." "None in the least," said the bride : "I always look you for a better man than your brother, and I am now fully convinced of if" The knot was at onoe tied, and much grat- ideation was expressed at the finale of lh B",r' IWSome of the strong-minded women and weak-m'nded men in tbe Eas., have issued a C8" ror B Contention at Suratoga Springs on ' ' lL a MXl' ' dlCUM Vman 1 Rl8ht of affrae- MJt Th niv.lnml X: Piilwhnr.rh Riaitrnxl Company have declared a dividend of five per ' cent, out of ii n.it onsninrvu f( tUa m.i.l I i .. . , . . ... :, : ii ,.. u,....k ,i. ; I... . r ." i lln.k !.' Ri.hvf.ria By lb arrival of tha Bteamara Hermann at N.wYc.k.ndth.Am.rica.tHalouth. jin iuik. we iiirt uw irom r. urone a weea a- w" " ler than previous advices. 7ha Hermann brings Liverpool dates to the 0tb of June, , , . . , ,l a. i ' and the America to the 83rd. Tha news are of an important f haracter. The N. Y. Tribune ,UB1S (bem up aa follows The great point in ibis intelligence is that .. . . r. . me Aim. nave atiempieu to storm tna tuaan ana maiaaoB towera at oevasiopoi ana nave hon renulad erith orrat alauihLor Th a been repulsed with grtal slaughter. . . u i , i. .. io.l ..i. u.. j: however is luougni to oe, ana prooaoiy is, ex- o r . g?'!rate1- An assault against a single work The bombardment of the Russian lines on . ;r.,f,u - r MJ Karabelnaya suburb, began on the Cih ull ; on j - - . - ""T TT? "7 " Z " ; aa rnnce uorcnaaon aaya, o e.uw. inis i success waa of course followed up by a contin- uous canonade against the Russian forts com- mandiut? the nowlv won positions. Our last' a w 1 (previous auMcee wem , ui mm, wjcs ui: bombardment againsi the Redan and Malakoff towers, which had been still kept up with a llnra n'Umber of L'uns than hd ever before been ' dj ,ed iu8t lhe Uvo tg wa, about , ... , t0 be trtngthened by some now batteries, whose effect Pelissier said would be terrible, These batteries were appearantly placed on the Mamelon and on Mount Sopun, .hire Oor. , , a , , , , ,u ,a i u f r A11,t'8 hd reconstructed the Kamscha'.ka lunette, or course turning it against the Rus- sian lines. It would seem that after twelve dayg ince8S(lnt nrine 0f the kind at a much less the entire town; but only on these two forts .1 T- 1 1 1 a on the ivitraoeinayii sine. A special cannon J till , J , nde had been main t.-ttned on these works and 8 sPtci"1 HS6"ult wa8 it8 in-nee. Had they been carried, the result would have been great giiin lo the Allies, by means of which they could have pushed ti e siege on that side to a , ,.. u , -j-. , conclusion with much greater rapidity. It would lo have enabled them to destroy with (heir ctins the remaining1 Russian shins in tiie port. Vet il would not have rendered certain the fall of the main or western part of the town which is separated from Karbelnay a by the in- hit nainor. diu on tne consequences ot the a aa... .1.. . x , allied reverse we abstain trom all rt flections until we haye some more accurate report of the facts. A great deal is said by tin English papers jin denunciation of an outrage committed by a Husssan force at Hango, on the Baltic in firing into the flag of truce and killing a lieutenant !nd fifteen men as ihey were going ashore to land some Russian pi isOners, t iken on board ol coasting vessels, whom the Admiral had or- dered to be liberated. It appears that of the English party only one man escaped alive, and thnt tho narative is derived from this single witness. If his story be entirely true, acd if rt8 18 alledged there was no provocation for the act, it is indeed an enormous oulrage meriting ' 'he indignation it excites. But in every case moment, the Miniatrv heinir sustained in anite of all the speeches made against them. The I Sevastopol Committee have made their report: i il adds nolhing to lhe stock of public informa tion, but fully confirms all the charges of inca pacity and imbecility brought against the h.U administration of lhe British army. A School Teaoher Murdered by a Boy. Another Mat, Ward Affair. We learn from a gentleman who was an eye witness, the following particulars of a most hor rible and tragical affair that occurred at Pon totoc, Miss., on Monday last. It appears that Mr. Brown, the principal of the male academy at Pontotoc, had punished one of his pupils about a week since. A brother of the boy that was whipped, by the name of Wray, made threats against Mr. Brown for the aforesaid punishment, lo which bat little attention was paid. On Monday, young Wray, a youth of some seventeen or eighteen years old, took position where Mr. Brown w ould pass on his . ... I way home Irom school, anJ w aited until he came along, when Wray attacked him. The two clinohed, Brown only acting in self defence, and those who saw it thought it only to be a scuffle between them until ther saw Biown run a few yards, his hands upon his ab domen, and fall down lifeless, while they were ehnMuut Wrat la inflmierl l.n .ni.nrUi.nnfi' Brown wilh a large bowie-knife, which killed him almost instantly. The young man was arrested at once. Mr. Brown was a man much respected, and leaves a young widow, to whom he had been married but ia few months, to rrvinrn l.ia an-lu anil nnlimi'lv prut. Thia ia ! one of the most horrible, cold blooded mur- flora w a Iidua nrt taA in SfHTlft MfrtP. Allfi IS S MHODt28' rrVER AND AGUE CURE, , , .... , j y. r,0B the Prevention aud Cure ol Intermittent Sa41fcJ f Bitten! ravcra, 'er and Ague, CbiUa and FevaaT LuB,b . G""' Wl sw"u' R ! 1 otbar forma o( disease wnkh nave a comoiou oil iu Malaria or Miasma. ' This U a y.iTUtfAL ANTttOTE whlah will entirely . . 11 I , i .. ,.,n.i Mi.-k - i protici any resiueni or irmieiier tnu - 7. ley or swampy mcalillea, from any Ague or Bilioua di- whatever, or any injury irom constantly imwaujg Ma! ,,t 'a it Uih&tuB. , check the Ague la perrons who have su tared i.oiu an leugtn ot nme, trom ooe uj ty , ear, so that'lhey need never to have another chUl, Ajfi I Mi II IT I T The pa- ' .- w t 2 ... j M.a aaaa aafy wasw.s.j.jvj "d e.uuuue uuiil a permaueut aud ladioal cms u ei reeled , oue or t-o bottles will answer for ordinary mm ; some may require more. Iirecuoua pnuwd niOeruiari, , p JJej ipniah, accorapauying (ach bottle. Tr.ee oua Dollar. Ubal duu road w the uade. , noHf ' j.,. Jun, n , - i have made a chemical eiaBiinartwi ef "Rhodes' , t;rr ',u . . " -3 - 'na;e tested it for Aremo, Mercury, Quiuine, and Strjch- .Jm, byi have not fouad a particle of either In M, uor 1 never ct it cloupta, excepi uy yunnne, aim mai urn i.. .he would take it. is now. I think, eniirelr . B " 1 W - . " cured b jour remedy. C. R. McGINZ-y.' CAUTION T CAUTION TO AGUE UFFKBESS- Take more ArMI). Tonj eri.urj Kebli(uK n "''TT7 q . remeay a "'SleDCe thai is both suie and harmless, is BHOJNCff FEVII AND AGUE CURE. For tale iu Carrolltou by C. A. BEOGA'L, aud dealers generally. auly, 12 l85o, ly. ANDEslS' i yw , pxj nir pTWm ' LH 1 UU V hi) HUKL RAhJit, Patented June 8, 1852. mSIlS Rake is inteudeu for raking hay and gleaning 1 wheat fields. will work well on tough -tu ground; the teeth being the common metallic spring teeth, ta operation is the most simple aud easy ot any Morse A'ake in use. The operator rides and operates the Rake with his feet, ihe teeth being attached to the I is ll!e ead f &e Hike hh o front side attwhed to the shafts; the head vibrates on the axes as is required by the operator to leave the luttd when necessary. The lUke is well uuaileil to all classes uf men. Thia is the cheapest, simplest and best Horse It ike now in us; at all Fairs where exhibited it lias taken the premium, I have purchased the right for Cai roll county, from tho Pater tee, and ofl'er faid Jiake to the farmers of -Little Carroll' at reasonable terms. A model of the Uakecan be seen at ihe'Patton House, t:arrollton, Ohio. E. S. WOODBORNE. July 12, 1856, if. WILLOltGiIBY'S Palcnt Telegraphic Water Carrier. HAVING purchased the right to the said appaiatus, in the townships of Union, Rose, Browu, Augusta, Washington snd East in Carroll county, Ohio. I would inform thecitijensof that part of the county, that I am prepared to set up said apparatus on short Notice and reasonable terms. Said apparatus being for the purpose of raising and conveying water from the spring to l!i house, wliieli is admitted to be one of the best appara tus lor labor saving in the female department, now in use. Warrantrd to give satisfaction. aV. B. Anv communications for me can be left at the 'Pulton House' Uarrollton, Ohio, July 12, loss. t.f. E. S. WOO)BOItXE List of Letters. Remaining in the Post Office at Carrollton Ulno, on the hist day of July, 1855. rersovs calling for any of the following letters, will please say 'advertised. Ackerman H F Brown John 8 Lake Shrm an Manifold Benjamin McKittiick Miller Ruth Macue J S McClure John Nichans Heineriuk Nees D S Patrick Kirk Thos . Pottoif John A Paulus8 Elistbleth Patch Wm B Rickeit Jonathan Robson John Rens Balzer Stambaugh Mr Stewart Moses Sells Anthony . Stewart Geo Sherrod Eliza Til ton & Co Toot Moses U utter John Welty Eli Wolloo G L Wanbough Sam'l 2 Watson Martha Wilkins Kllis Winner Daniel Watts Sam'l Wallace John JAMES TOLAN, P. M. Bussler Andrew iloothe Jeremiah Baum Joseph Beaver 'eter Collins fi M 2 Oaohii It 2 Cottel Joseph Cable Joseph Conard Nathan Dodds Thos. 2 Dwire Shafeth Dewey SFJM Dipert John Ewing Robt C Fieclincr John Gimison Andrew Grimes Elisabeth M Hill Angaline iiulsman h, Hays Henry Harkider Louisa laeey John Lon8 Margaret LeePer John NOTICE. rno the creditors of Anderson R. Dempster, dee'd. On the 27th day of June, J. D. 1865, the Probate Court of Carroll countv. Ohio, declared the A'atate ol 1 Anderson It. Dempster, dee'd. probably Insolvent: creditors are therefore lequiied to present their ciaims against the Estate, to the under signed for allowance, , within six months from tbe' time above mentioned, or ihey will not be entitled to payment. JOHN L( HUNT. Leesburgh, July 5 -1855. ROAD TAX. T their regular March session, the Commissioners of Carroll County, Ohio, levied a tax for Road purposes of live-tenths of one mile on each dollar ol valuation of the tAxnble pioperty of said county, (5 cents on f 100,) which tax may be discharged by labor on punnc nigh, ways, at the rate of one dollar per day, (between the a first dav of April, and the first of October,) under the direction of the supervisors of ihe several road districts. t r tat a.iirutTDx- . a;-! County Auditor Carrollton, Jane 19, 1 f 56. 6w Co-partirershipNoi.ee The undersigned have formed a Co-partneriMp fa 'he mercantile business, and hope the liberal patronage extended to lhe "old firm" will be continued with the J. P. Cj'MMINGS. ELI COUCH. Carollton, March 10, 1865. Altachmenl Notice, AT my instance an attachment wng issued on the 22nd day ol May, 1866, by James Hjett, a ustice of the Peace of A iignsta township, Carroll county, Ohio, agaiuat the pioperty and effects of William Bettis, an abtcondhig debtor. 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Also lor supply ing the comuiuni ty with reliable remedies wherever a Competent Phy .siciuti cannot or will not be employed, have purchased Irom Dr John It. A'owund; his celebrated Bowaxh'j Tonic Mixti'Rk., known for upnards of twenty-five years as tbe only sure and sale cut e for F:vkk and A GiK, As., and his inestimable remedy fo BoWkl Cou plaints. Rowand's Compound Syrup of irlackberry Aoot, which highly approved and popular Konielies, together with tin Uuiveisity's Remedy for complaints, of the Lungs, The University's leroedy for Xlyspepeia or indigca tion, 2'he University's remedy for Coclive bowels. Also the Uaiveisity's Almanac, maybe had at the Branch dispensary , or otoiu of Dr. C. A. Boegel, Cur- rollton, Ohio. Also at ihe Dry Good store of B. Latimer, New Ua gerstown, Carroll county, Ohio. May 17. 1865 8m. t tliII,fAI,L V KI T ill,. I have constantly on hand a full supply ol the follow ing art cles of the besf quality, which 1 will always sell low, Wholesale or lietuil : SALT, CHEE'E, WHITKFISn, SUGAR, LAKE 11ERU1KG, COFFEE, SALT WATER do, TEA, MACKEREL, SPICES, MOLASSES, CANDLES, And a full assortment ol Groceries always on hand. Custom respectfully solicited. JOHN H. BRACKIN. S Fresh Lake fish for sale every Thunday evening, and Friday morning. J. H. B. ' FOB Ul'TTUit AMI t:;r.s. I WILL PAY THE HltilU'.ST MARKET PRICE IN Cash, lor Butter, AVk'. and all kinds of Produce, dui ing Ihe season. I have rented Mr. R. II, Leg gett's stoie-room, opposite the '7ndisn Queen House,' where I will be always on hand to see my iiieods. Come along, therefore, abd get money lor your extra produce. Those who sre indebted to me can now have an op portunity of pato their account with rao iccr. JOHN H. BRACKIN. Carrollton, 0., May 17, '66. if. COME AND SEE. THE undersigned take pleasure in announcing to the public that ihey have located for the hot season at the "Harlem Springs," nud are prepared at all times.and m s II kinds of weather, to take Daguerreotypes in Ihe latest and most approved style. Being prepared with he best of material, and tho most approved arrangement f side and sky light ; and from their former experience n ihe business, they flatter themselves that they will be tle to please all. All w oik warranted not to fade. No charges will be made nnles she work is satisfac tory. Terms reasonable So come along. Come young, come old, come all, Come every one of you To J. B. Gikon's hall, And have your likeness true; That generations all May know how you dW look, hyhen we your pictures tooa. N. B. Dark dresses preieraote. July 5-65. it J. B. OILSON. L. JOLLY. c OD-LlVJfR Oil, Sseet Oil, Lard Oil Castor Oil, Olive Oil. Ac. J. C, BAXTER.