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Carrollton, - - Thursday, Jan. 17. 1856 TWPP 4 MiCOY. Joul Twf, William McCoy EDITORS AND PB0PftlET0RS. Tirm Oat Dollar and Vif y Cents per an num, in abtakob, Two Douiu,if not paid within th year. Itutet tf Advcrltalng. One S luare, err less, three rasertiMi, . . Bach additional Inter th, . l 00 - 18 1 2 nn, ? ., ' " 9,oi ' lO.IHl ' " 11,00 S,li ill be consid o )''' S mo, 11,(0. ' ' " (,5o. mo, (1,50. 1 00. 7,60. 11,00. 1,00. 5,00. ,00. 8,00. 11,00, i Column " . it I ll ll ZW Ten linet or leu of solid Brevier ere J a fiaaare. tV-Jvertiiers mast be particular to mailt the num ber of insertions on the face of their advertisements, or the? will be pib.i-hcd untilordered out, and charged accordingly. ZW Advertisement! aliould be lianded in by Test I'll mormso, to insure insertion that week. tW J Woast neatly and expeditiou-lj eircuted at t ill oH -e, on the shortest possible notice. PtJft A. CROFl'r, TSSonth Fourth siren, a if a Welnct, Philadelphia, ia our aulbot ized ageut to "btarn Advertisements tor ui iu that city. dt Woods k Quia, Publishers of the Com mercial Register, are our New York A genta. Office 140 Fulton Street. New York. Tkt'LdAW of Mctvspaprrt. (. Subscribers who do net give notice to the contra ry, are considered an wishing to contiuue Ibcii sub.crip tabu. I, If subscriber order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to tend them until all arrearages are p.u I. S. If subscriber.! neglect or refuse to lake their pc alodicsls from the otbee to which they art directed, they are hel l responsible till they hare nettled the bill, aud ordered the n discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without in forming the publishers, and the papers art sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. The Court have decidd that, relusing to take f apers from the office, or removing and leaving thorn uncalled for, is prima facia evidence "I intentional fraud. ZW Postmasters w '.to notify a publisher ihrM a ne - pipe h not taken from the amot, are rarfalitd SB airs the rresoa why they are not taken out. (Sec Post Ot S Instrructions and Laws. JOB PRINTING, UAVING CONNECTED WITH THIS OF- M fice a good Job Printer, we are prepand to ene cute all orders in this departmenl with ntatMaa and despatch. We would reaptctfully ask inercl aiits and all others who want Cards, Circtlabs, Pamphlets, Blanks, Handiiills, Bill-Hxai Tickets, Pkouiummis, OatAiiOCVM, To give in apall. Our Joli Type are i f Iht Wl' iH nn d em mauufictuie, and c.mnot fall to pleii-e all who asai avnr u with their patroinifre. Governor's Message He give this valueless document a publica tion this week, more fiom the established Cf torn in such cases, than from a convimion that our columns might not have been better Iliad. His ex-A'rcellency seems to be wtkliing un der the castigation of last Oc'obt r, for ha whines most piteously oyer the responsibility ofejecntive officers. He says: The fact that taxe 8 are one thing, the" tax law another, will then become app arent to all; W will look to the General Assembly, and to the local auihoriiies rii olii: S ttrt, for a reduc tion of taxes, rather than to executive officers.' I'oor ftltow! the people held him responsi b'e for the infernal machineiy oi his paity. by which every unwholesome measure of his friends were inflicted upon the people of the State- Like a 'whipt child,' b'e cries out most shamefully, 'I didn't do it,' it was the Legis lature, not me. His own party friends are even ashamed of hi.n in this particular Bil ly's bachelordom don't save him fro occasion ally playing 'the baby,' especially when the 'pap' is removed from hip Honor. But listen again to the Democratic standard bearer,' (and just now he strikes his bachelor uoaoui nun says, neiu is otic cuauei mat never has been stormed.' ) 'Any attempt to reduce the aggregate by a : , , , , mere change in the manner and mode of col- leeting them, will prove as futile as an attempt to change the weather by breaking the barom- eier i Ah! yes,' any attempt to change will break , . ' , .r, , . a , , 'the barometer instead of changing the weather. The people broke the barometor last fall, he thinks. Very well, what if they did? and the ( i . ,L.. . .1. i 1 l; L I il .:, . I I .! . . new oarometer uaa suey nave piaceu ,n ins stead, if not a more certa.n index to the state of the weather, than the old one, will soon be broken also, ana a tnira one piaceu in us stead, Tne people are determined to have a true index to the State of the weather, let it cost what it may, and such they did hot find in W illiara Medill. Instead of showing true public sentiment as in the cool breezes of the North, bis index pointed uneringiy to the warm and sunny South, with all its blessed privileges. But listen how learnedly the old touno gen tleman discourses upon the question of when to pay taxes 'If, in addition to this, the tuxes could be collected semi-annually, instead of annually, they would be far less severely felt by the people.' Would not this recommendation of the Dem ocratic Governor, if carried into practice, be a nice rajve on the chess Do in! of the exche quer? It wjuld be a trump in Euchre The people don't pay taxes often enough to suit ibe enlarged views of this lar.seeirg apostle of Democracy! How could the taxes be less severely felt? He descants long and loud up on the subject of enormous fees of county and township officers as they now stand : but re commends double duties for the county Aud itors and Treasurers, as a means of redocino the people's taxes! Who ever heard of such j logic. Increase the expenditures of the very officeis whose salaries or fees are the heaviest! as the proper mode to decrease the taxes. We are compelled to the conclusion thtt the stand-, ard bearer.' in this part of his message be came a 'lectio' kon compos: but soon be be etJM truly patriotically poetieal and dwelt in the regions of aiblimity, and perpetrated (ulowiag: The aibatuf Andrew J actio are inured anion,?. tbd .Western people!' Oh eraelty! Wbattibong.it 'A bird of btav rJj plumage fair.' Ac. We come down and quit. Head the message, dear reader, for yourself. Yr.u wilt doubtleta ee more beau " (ban bare lime or apace to give. Honor to whom Honor ia Dug. JVasrs. . H. Johnion i Clark Manfull of AuguK, have thia wtek laid ua under lasting obligation! to them, for their dmntereetcd etforlt in our behalf.by tending us Tiuair riva new Subscribers from Augusta. Tnat swells our 4 iat in Aukusi Township to Surr Eiuht. That ia the way to support ) our county paper. Thrca cheer for Augusta . tan it be, that "lb at same old Coon." the "Blue light Feder alist" "black cockade" ana nil weie off to Co- Iambus to an Who knows ? Ami- Sliaoeliai gatherinj OHIO LEGISLATURE. TLe General Assembly of on Mo-.! iv, the 7 it i n At. and by the eleciioo of its officers. Ohio convened was organised The Semite was called to order by Jamea Myers, acUng Lieul. Governor. Senators elect weie all in their teats, Hon The XCepl Mr. Holmes, of Hamilton county. The follow ! at. iirgofncers were elec'.o l by a vote of 29 to 5: For Clerk-W. T. Bascom. of Frunk'in. For Aaat. Clerk-E. Foreman, of Ifayne. Stcond Asst. Clerk G. N. Shaw of Brown. I Fjr St rgtant at Arus J. H, Faon.of Li rain. F'rst Asst. Fergeant-al-zlrma J. W. Shir ley, of Perry. ! The House was culled to order by Dr. Tre vitt, Secretary of State. A large number of persons were in Attendance 10 witMM its or irn;zition. The following officers were elect td by a vote of 77 to 27, Spettker Nelson H. Kan Vorhe s of Athens. Clerk James S. Robinson, of Hardin. I First Asst. Clerk Wm. C. Howell, of Ash tabula. Secoud Asst. n-rk-G. W. Hall, of Dela ware. ! Seruean'-iit-Armt N. If. Brent, of Mjr gan. First Asst. Sergeant H. A. Hamilton, of Green. Second Asst. Sergeant A. C. Baker. Got. Ch?tS9 and Lieut Gov Ford Sworn In. Colcmbus, Jan. 14. 4 P. M, Ftird was sworn in this forenoon, it neat sp. ech. has just laAen the oath of office, Lieut. Gov. anil delivered Gov. Chast awl is deliv.riii'' his Inaugur.tl ed. House crowd- Rl-ral New Yorker We invite ktltaUow to the Prosptctus of this Agricultural ami Family newspaper. Moore's Rural New Yor ker has become a giant am'g it- kind. It is a lead ing Agricultural piper , and will "post up" the fanner in every branch of his business Post Masters -and their assistants are respect fully solicited to form clubs for the Rural New Yorker. JtW StM January number of the U.S. Mg" mine has arrived. The Migazine is a monthly periodical, devoted to Science, Art, Manufac turers. Commerce, Trade. Ac, and is worthy an extensive circulation. The nurubsr before us contains biographical sketches of Lewis Cass and Wm. H. Steward, with original portraits. The Magazine is published by J. M. Emerson B n T IT i . . oi, J0. INew-lorlt, at VI UU per. genual. Faluno in Lovk.-No more falling in love alter this. We are all to be pitched into it. wing or anwlUatf, Professor Rondout has betrayed the secert. He teaches you how to make anybody love you that you wish. He furnishes in his curious hook, 'The Bliss ol M"riJ ke-v l? ll,e Wtrj. It you want a lady, she must become youis. If y0U need a huband. pick out one vou can love. Read Ronoout, and the mattei is settled, The book is advertised in our paper to-day. 3T Hon John. A. Bingham H(juse of R.;pr(;senlft,iviJ3 wil, our th,inks for MjUHbIe papers. of the U. S please uccep: New Special Notices. TIIF UK EAT lUTlIIUL FOR ItUIEDY. I.niGtiSTIOX fc DYSPEPSIA. Dr. J. S. Uoughtou's Pepsin, the true Digestive Flu id, or Gastric Juice, still holds the lb si place umongal! the various remedies for these painful mid destructive complaints. It is Natute's own -peeitic let as unliealiliv stomach, Xo art of man cap. equal its curative powers : mid no sufferer Iroui Indigestion and i;yspep-i: should tail to try it. Sold hy Dr. C. A. Bagel Carrollton Ohio. Feb. 22, 1855. ly. LAND WAR Ad NTS llougbt and sold by GE0.F. KENNEDY. Cairolltou.O lio, Oa. 18, 18 , Smos. PIANOS I PIANOS I ! PIANOS ! ! ! Allow us to call your attention to our stock of StL kn -n u Pianos of all patterns and sizes, with patent metalie ..lines, all of Rosewood Cases, with all the modem iui provenients, highly and neatly finished, of brilliant and powerful cone, For iSghteen years have they been sold all over die. Union, iff competition with ailoiher6, PRICES: ri Oclave, P. from $ii6 to 275 ' " tfttl " SDO , " " 278 " 325 tif " . " 800 " SbO 7 " ' 300 " 600 Curia-fit Pianos, 800 " 350 Pianino, 800 " 350 (trand Piano, 4(10" lnOO Pearl Key Harps, 880 ' 6U0 Melodeons, 40 " 150 A. KfJHN ft CO., No. 2, Liberty S'reet Baltimore, Vi. L. T. CON AST, fjavenna. Ohio, is the authorized agent of A. Kuhn ft Co., for the sale of their Pianos in all Nor thern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania, towhom applica tion snouia oe made. All orders, applications, &c, will be received and promptly forwarded to said Agent by W I LII AM McCOY, Nov. , 1(114. ff rtolltn, Oblo iht MARKETS OiftprFi) Otwtmunm, 1) i .05 Klour - e,00 ( 60 Wheat (red) Clover atad B.00 (while) I i Dried applet 87 Timothy teed 2,60 Drird i'eaehwa I.ST J Huller - 18 Eggs 31 lieeawai . f.6 Salt .... 1,37 tub - - - . 7 tiaoii - ... 10 OaU flf Si .-i .... 07 Corn -.. i1) ShoulJera ... 07 k vi .atn Jaa rr i.l I is, ia Fl SJS " Ken " . Wrll IT, White, pr b Rd, MM, OATH. " (LOVKNKEf) , TltorHV " " roTATOM, " Bfs'.N'S, " S.7 1.S i.a 45 11 , i it r u u i 18 Lit CIIKKSE. Good, Bl'TrKK, I'rime, I. AUD, ier lb., TALLOW, " . K'Ki, per do., SALT, per lb pr bbl , Ntw Vokk, Jan, 18. 18 FL01TR, supfirme, -...'. !;tS extra, " . . ,t,2l WHEAT, white, per bu. .... t,10 " . red, 1 8 a CORN, per bu. ,ft OATH, " - . 48 I'OKK, old mess, per bbl. . . 16.7s ' new ' " . - 18,00 IIEF.F, coniitiy me, "... ft, " city " ". . - . J, LARD, " ,lt BITTER, Stale, per lb. - '? " Ohio, " - ,23 DRUGS, DRUGS. The iiriiler i.ned would're.f.ec lu lit ii hiiinilie public th.it Kt ha- 1m Mtttttt In in i he Ea I, a ka ol ilftfa, medicine, faiuia, OiU, and D; -i erl' . i.icii be tUI -ell an loo, il not a link- lowrr ll.ai tat be u . i a i at any anne in III county. Tiiuiiklul tin pari (ttotf, be hopes by Kli ict tStttlkM It Ml MMtttM, and M piieea in meiit a continuance ol the raiae. Dec. 18,1s5j. tf. JuilN a iAXfCI QEUFl'MK iV. A laigi: lot, just reeeiird at IIAXI Vlt ' Diiil' S I) i Oattos 0.1, Oil, at cel Oil, t', d- HaXI Alt I r"'i'.n. vaksish, k Var- d triad. i h, I a ker, Ttrptt Litniaaie, Kote 1 'in k BAXlER'.-t. Hit, White Le fee IU Hiin HAIli litiTOl.A 1-A kw Urfl to. nil warraiiii-d iu ri rii .re liair on ti.v I tad llatlie naid. 4kai Hard Oolrltt Glo??, tor bttwt wkig i bair, t IIAXTFA' S A V RES' (7F.K.V I K' T0BA , d Utlbtrtie TOli Ka-lwav's Beatlv Bcliel, Slnun'-i Family Ointmenl ft iu i Kyt Bahre, in (a.-t Nat riwteof (he day, v. t all i lie naptlai1 mtdi- baxtexh. UAlNTS, Vainirli, Graiiini; and Uarkms Brushes a' 1 H. SAxrsfti C1Q ARB A ynod arucle alwajs on hand, ui ' BAXTER'S $?,(iOf at cost rpUESU.ISt'ltlllEltS UAVl.ftl DE IE .MINED TO 1 to quit the Mi l ejutile Btahitty, wilt trum tbti dale bffir tluir etiliie . link of g lods nt actCAt cost. As the principal pan ol iliostock has been bought tbt laal year, tor cash only, it wnlbo found that ibtt die offered lower than the uuul cost to country stores, Country fuel ohaut bill tind it a gojd oppottnniiy to repleiu.-h a. lubttl Kuttrfl rales Allkiudiol pi oduce taken in exchange at maiUei rate-i. Reasonalile time allowed on I. ill- of BfO and up wards. Tnott iuddbted to loan A To. , will save iheui selves aud u- froubla by 1'ioTipt Payment. Thune buldiug tbtttttt ngiiiirt Sloan A Co., wal pltaae prtttw their bills. aLOAB A A'L TA. Ilanuvenon, Jan. 3, 1 8G6.-4 .v. he MUkleal Wgrld for AS&fi. VOLIMK XIV. We commence the new year Witt a reduction of one third from our foimer su'isi r ption. We take Ihi.-. step to e,ive ourj mrnal ihe wMttl possible ciieulalion. The price then, hereal er will bo two dollars per an nuui to all who pay in advance; to ihosu who do nol pay in advance ioory) it will be three dollars. This rt dueed IttbtCriptiotl aill.-till inchi.le, as a "in, a portruit ol Mozart, which we have had specially engraved ior tin j luinal, and which will serve as an excellent title, page ItUbtUilbaiaat fjr the music rolumc of the year 1850. A Musiea! N'ovelctto wil! be commenced iind MVHsh edseiiullv witli the Hist number in Jauuaiv. The oilier VataaUt lea'ure.s of the journal mil rtSMUl us be f. re; viz tuui pag sot Fnh llu-ic weekly, pa;ed rep uiaiely, which, bnuiurat tbt ei dol'ilie year will f.jini a V iltimo w.irUi t tOi iotUMtift Malial reading; a. tiuUtsou vocal and tuatrututultl ouliure: conden.-ud mu-ir-il newsli'om all parts ot lie worlJ. lat Ml depaiiiuetii ol General L.teratuie is still in the same able llama) wliicu nave already gained it bo high a reputation. tieoJupiiatM the best tran-l .lions 6f UltbtrH thfngl in Fieneli and oilier foreign Journals-; judicious ttltcttUUI tioin books and inugaziues, and generally one goodsioiy in every uumtier. City and rffooil)U atttoiibtri ate chargii l Elty cents extra lor Uie expense ol earner. Cauaila sub-ciibera pay tweiitv six cents lor the necessary rite MSSMrI g! Aattrtoaii postage. Any jouru il copying this enlne announcement and drawing ediiorial attention to it before the close of this present mouth, will receive the Uu-iAil liorul in ex change far a ynai and a portrait of Mozatl. RlC'llAltaV sTOA'Ki II'ILLIS, Proprietor, Jan. 3, '5U- 2o7 Broad wav, N. Y. Ohio ( ultivalor foi 1856, DEVOTED TO AGRl tTLTCRE.UOR and HOME IN I'A'BESTS.- Publish DZTURi every in. .ii ill lt Pages laice uctavoin. ed Volume XII of tliis oid favnrltt J iurn.il ll com iiiui.ee on ihe lit January, 18oo, pr ed oti an entire suit ol new type, and will be especiul y iutei eating to eveiy one eugageu In general Agricultare, Su.ck Mala. lag Oatdentag, Fiuit Drawing, At-, or ItiterttCed in the happiues-and iniellig. nce of the Hon e Circle. The Editor coidi.leiilly lio es and expects I1, ai eveiy f iend tf iiidusiiial progress will lend his influMCe and pat ron ige lo sustain this old m il title liiend of flu) rural inieresis, and to increase its cucalaiioii until we sliall have, as we certainly deiet ve. arousing list hi i-veiy neighbor hood! The cutiro piopiiutciniilp ol the Cultivator has MW fUrcliiised bj Col. b D. Harris, who has been Associate aVditor tv th Mr. Batehiun for tbe last five yttrt, and ho is determined ih.n lliu paper lhall be es sentiully desirable for every farmer's fireside. He has the means aud the disposition to make it so4 and he Calls on liia friei.d-r which includes alt mankind and womankind to seud on the names aud the cash, for a real live and independent Farmer's paper. Tsrhs. Single copy, SI a year; 4 copies, for $3; 9 copies torts, (and a copy to the getter up ol the club,) always in advance, and to begin with tbe year. For special offers to local agents, enquiie at your post office, or send directly to me for a lull prospectus and specimen copy, and raise a club in your own neighbor hood. S- HASB.S, Editor mid Proprietor. Dec. 2(), '65. Columbus, Ohio. MUte Of Oliio. Canoil Cmiiily s. a. UlUCK Ut 1IIK JPliUKOr' I'KOHATK j Cttirolllou, Jaw 9, lt56. IjllE following accouuts ol Executors, Administrator I and Ouardiaiis have been hied in ibis otbee, and arc 1 setter hearing on Meuduv the 1 lib duv of Feb. A.D. 1856, at 1 o clock P. M. of said day, and will be continued trout day to da until all arc disposed of the tiling and pendency of which Accountants and others ititetcsted will take notice, viz: Final account of John J A'ay, administrator of the I The Proprietors of the State Journal. ')eiug desirous estate of William Putt, deceased. ; that the friends of the Republicau party should have Final account ol Jonas Busier, administrator of the ! the opportunity of judging for themselves of its merits, estate ol bttph Busier, deceased. have adopted (he plan of sending their regular weekly Second account ol William Baxter, administrator of j issue, containing an amount of reading matter not e thc estate pt Isaac Willis, deceased. . qualed by any paper in the West, rather than make up Second account oi Samuel Albaugh and Samuel lamare political sheet for the Campaigu. The enlian Welch, executors of last will of John Welch, deceused, ced cost we aro confident they ill be mad e b up in- Final account ol Ueijamiu Alamtold, guaidian of AU oert H. Wallace and Bei jaiuin M. Wallace, minors and heirs at law with Ratgaiet Wallace, deceased. JOHN ll.TIUPP, Probate Judge. I IIKRII 11. t tti Km lartiv noerritt av a I an-irnifnrA hereby li.tonai rfce T r.f Ul " ' i "lUMiy. 0 ti i i m pmirira Lew trek of h.hiorabv Rn.di FM. AND W1NTEU CLOTH IN I wkir-h h oCtra to hi. friew iwl ew tti as lower preir.n aneri vrnr-lra tvtr were eibibrie hi tkia pto't b. ruaurt. atttg atilt a eonmrtion with out tf ih bM hint tt in the city, he U etaWI' to rttrlre new m , , j wrk, thu- i.rTrrit( Ui piirrfcteera llic imprtai.i advan- Ufr r,i nam f r,i.tt call i clWtp taatatwMM to utk ll Ctrtain aa'i fariina. freh, (.,ioi ab n,4 rWctloua hum at tUir The i ;r tr- tvrrfiwt rtwptrfrsllv Irvllfi) in fall and eiarr ti f ( .r NMSMtttSSt H ta iht pltee for bar gaiua. Tat raatu. U, ctnar f-w can. B. Ml Ali.UKEB, Am,x flarrnllton, Nov. 5, 'M.-tf Til VoNDfil DP THE U,: Dr, T'jbia,' VnMian Uairownr, U warranted tn eur. I'b i -r, t.' i.i: ;v . -leauev.oid - ra,oeltii r.Toott, , lljal.r ,.. and paint of til kind, m no pay. GREAT i IBE OF irllEUM ATlHJf-. Capt. Otn inxk of U.e Pieata.er baliic I'xiiUaw. I.ir e) Wat turtd ol a xettre atUct ol CLiol.K: . u.a e n in da.n bt Dr. Tol.lan' cltbiatd TtStfltn I'tr.i ' DCIlt. tA.SEOF tliOI.LBA. Mr. John W'irbl ol Hie ttm u J, Wihl 4 Co., Xo. IHh Clianirr. Mue:, .S. Oiltatu.aaa io.aicilurrly t .ieJ ol autre aiiae tl Uhole.t Tobias" Lm irj,en't, VOMITISG andi olk:. Mrt. J eph Nieholl of Xu. 14 F.ei Stren, .Vtw V..ik a MMtw of an attack ol Colic aud vomiliig bv Dr. Tobi.' Venetian l. niu.enl. Dipt , o '. Couillaad Ht , Xe Tmk. Mid b a I the LiiurfiiMr. piiei-ti A 80 ct. AgttMtU. A e'(;ltandJ 0 Basur, Cairo'lton; I. ; rtiand, Uai Itai Spiiug; Ui(jl laud aud Aigh IlAnit i bui(ti. ' .Vav. t- 18 . 1. All it Uiitllt trill, and Sre. 'I Ill uii l. r-i 'neJ lakei tliii method lo infnrm I.l. 1 Ii Mi nda'a .d patrons iu Carrollton. and riciuitv MM torttaga perseveiinct, he bu got bu new 6k Ailit Difjueirea:! ertabluo meiit coupleltd, j'aal bikiw lltiioi.i rtnrt, near the Depot, Cairollton.Ohio. wliare t he ii now well lurni-hed with eer thing neeesaary raceme an ousauera miiu-ieu to xom. 1 uave tiow a ' large and wed arranged tfci-lighi, whieb a complete : remedy lur cloudy dayi. With my piaaent ananged : loom ' the eot-lc may rett a'sured hat I can take a ;ood iikeuers in all kinds ol weatl.tr, excepting ofebib l dier, t'nese requiie aelear da;.; bul wl en clear Cam . cannot be hud, bring them aionc at anv time ai.J I will I variant saii-iai i.uo. i am ijciorni. ui lo -lanij ut ib - - ht'Hlj 0' busintsr, and nothing except good wo.k ,wVW-wr"'. aaw wary mv moan ni anjw inai i nave aavaiilages which no other c.-uib- : Uthartai iu this vi:inity can boast of; and I am reaoife J io give better satisfaction than any other operate.' iu the 1 vicinity. Ladies and gentlemen are most retpcctfullv soliriicd to call aud examine, as my work shall ahow fjr (tattf, Piici-8 will be reasonable, and all work warranted not to lade, I have a good aoriment of tnxk embracing vaiiety ol line cases, ladies,' and gent's biea-tniu-, and ' will have an assoitmeni of lockela to iccommidale all who wish thcni. Views ol buildings, laud.-;upes, family I grouper, copy work, .n a word all busiueta in hi. kto .-I. all be promptly attended to, ar.d warranted lu please, or no alc. J. W.GuULZ. Oat. 18. '65. tf. ttJCrjrot'l sa.e. The ur.de riigncd willofl'er lor tale on the premises iu Orange Township, Carroll ciunty, Oiiio,tbe following tract of land, kuown as the laud of James Johmtoii, deceased, on ihutsday the 31st day ol y.nuaiy, A. 'J. 18.il), under the provisions of the will of -..id ,i, .-, ,s. : paid land is described as "a part of tbe 6onth hall of1 section live ol, Township rot arxt-N, uf range tevep, ! containing ho acres. The farm loin an excellent slate nfcnltiratioti, undei good repair, plib good and cunveuieui buil.luiga U.erc-1 v ......1.1. ...a 1.. i. Il r on. jt.ui? im?uuoii- ana mauc ...uni. uu i.ay or1 -ai.' JuIlX CLABfc, AJOSCAltlt, I' Executors Dec- 20, 1855. THE JNEWjiPAPEH BEI OIIB. A collection if newspaper facts and statistics, containing COBPLifTI IrLST Ot MKWKPAPXM iN TBA il I'nited States, Caiiadas and Great iiiiatn. The on'y rtttablt work of fat kind in the woil.l A" invaluable as-isttot lo the Kdiror, Book PabUabau and Uentral Adv'e.'tiaer. Itcau.iiullj irriuted on line white, j paper, octavo size. 1 his book w ill be promptly spa to uny part of the country on the receipt of three dol lars, addressed to 7.AV A BROTHER. Jfo. 78 .South Fourth St., above Walnut, Puiladelphia. Dec. ilO, l?o5. ,1 IN. 01 (.11 HI'S Patent Telegrapkie Witer Carrier. ITAV ISO purchased tne light to the said apparatus, it 11 tuttownampa or union, nose, nr.ivvn, Auitup a. Washington and East in Canoil .outitv.ohio We would inloiinilieeiuzeiisolllialp.irtolthecou.ity,ihar. at art prtpaiedW ttl up Mid appaiatua on short notice and reasonable tt i ins. ItdMlppaiatusheiiig lor the purpose oi raiMtig atiu co- vevinii water irtHt me spring to Ibt ummm, wnieii is lllii ioue one ... tne nest appira- tus lor labor saving in the female deparimeut, uow in use. airanled to give siiislaelion. ... ir. i. . 1 1 .. . . . . on u canoe leri artne 'American House' Carlo iton, Ohio. WOO'UcliiNK A R0UDEBCSH. July 12, 18 . IX PROSPECTUS OF THE OHIO STATE WML rtTWrtHao at coli muls, ohio, daiu Tlil-WEEKLT AND V UKfc.LV. TeruiSj Iavajriably iu Advance, Daily , . . . C uO per year. fii-vVeekly S 00 Weekly . . 2 00 Weekly, in clubs of 10 and over. . . . 1 50J Weekly Campaign paper, for 8 mouths, I. inn thu tune ol subscription ... 50 Cyi'lubs of 10 or more, subscribing foi three mo.. ihs, can have the prmUdge ol continuing to the end of the year, il desired, by paying $1 00 in adUtkrn. flic present ptoprietors ol the Ohio State Journal have hitherto made no extraoidinary effort o secuie au increased subscription to the pap, r Jf'hev desire its character should b i established and its claims ac knowledged by the requisite trial, In present liahd?,b foie thev made an appeal to the public. A large ex- pense was incuried in its outbt a vear ago; tzd at no time, since the establishment of the paper, basso large nn expense been made for its editorial management. TDt WW terms at men tne paper is lurnisiieu renoer necessary a mucn increased suoscripuon list, in oruer to afford adequate returns to the proprietors for labor bestowed and capitalinvested. It seems now, on tbe threshold at an important and exciting election, a fitting time to appeal to its friends for a generous effort in its behalf. Tbe position and character of the Journal are too well known to require any pledge in relation to its future course. Entirely in dependent in iti position, it will, as it has done, ap proach the discussion of all subjects that may appi ouch within its range, of State or .Vational ooticerumeut, in a free and independent spirit. To tbe maintenance ot the principles which gave rise , to the AVpublican organiiation, tbe Journal bas been . pledged. Its past course must stand as a gumaniee for the future. The Telegraphic columns of the Journal coatain mil reports from the Aat. the South and tne couin-west, i p t0 t,e hour of publication. a4 special report of the j Cattle market prepared for the Journal with great cart wi, bc f0Uluj'jn our Commercial columns. cieased number ct its patrons. Aug. 9, IS 'ALT, LIME & FISH:-- By tbt Bbl and at Rtitll ft C i rot i i t , ART ASSOCIATION! SECOMiVEAR, B AVGf wKNTBt tbe Rteawd AnuvA CotWrloe f iMt nw- a4 w,.Wr litHStlhu. far taa d.ta atoc cd Uiar.ttua ami An, itn kwM mvim oa U uusm ritrn-itt Mtki Am iht alrtd tactlwd. ia lot fkr-l.ea "UtXiiJ, chL' I1X .' . h ..ri. ." t.i Tea Tbootand D- Urt In furaan., ibe otw i ..Iknttta, attdifn-mt tl wtrt of Anwfi' .l Aft, aod lira lUOMaraf rtattvt tl A4awne.11 reiikaa, have not bt otertrotVf Corti'-i. n ,a brer, i-.ui d lo utaeyof Ihi tio.t ditlrt guithid tan Anbt.. wbat wiii ewtArlbttt awn.a U Aril " ' , A ' -i are IIW H.-I.le it itn'-d hy ll." ra't-i hvl) f -Ilwan rW! a it or j . wri a gteir 1 tt wntnrr ner.it r.a,..rrt, itr. Jin.ii, rtn.kn, . '-a I'!.;'. : I er; Dai id Wtialtr, Tlit IhttSMk.i., A rpeeie' are t baa ti ed I txtapt and Bail ctrrlt) and J daanl wlt was a .f loe.igt t ta ei Art, IxiUi in Btv.t te and Barb!-, Bu uarj an I Ci.uict pai.rio(p f 1 ha tbttt lifiiiK a larfa tad 'a tat Me eoiitetiat) tf 'aiuur.i and uari, u oe i .'i.i.u:- d Irri- ainwiif A" fi'. f..r rbt iVeoi d Tear. t' 11 : , hrr doRara roTiwtr H't tty ant t tiarion, and ti,ulla bun Xo aitber .V.rrtiinrt til i r e t.r, and a Urn Sxauaa ol taa riiataary audi afaiul- 1 the 1. ' 1 - if Ihi nti one ol i!.e wiUriwing .Varftiinet fit imt n.r, and alao una"J m apprctiairvu uuai in. aay a tW laet iu IU dttlittrutrati ol uVt rrialaary aud "atiii iu n v,ihu'- l "utaua U kciviug lU puUtt havt K. I ucru auginciiUd ill pioptfAiltn. instead ot a llugat 1 Thr Literature iwued lo aubviiilrfn crmMi il tke !lilor wilt one or Iwotiilaltrll.itt llgllillSltt tart - r ." v ,..,.. bod , . 1 w iltaa, taat Sites by ... 1 a. , Ulatkwuoa UiaJ .. . ., ia Lati , a. ...... . i.i... ,.t a. i 1 .trletwi fjf tbt pttu- Li- it, a: i Home!..,;.) Wi,id. ban bueof atetMtoa to bicti his pta tt deeottd, tbt H'r-ona taking 8vt nea.beral.lf.a tit atrmkad to any f0"' '' idn.g isatter givat mora tbat qtt tivt ol U.c Bagaauatttui cue year, aad luaia tkacto iu i0,ttl,,;" l,'t', ' l'r-t itauea: a tttff df valutd tor U.e atuibutwa. ittpudtuia lii rb ctoi tbe gU.be, utrinniulug aairy and Trie r t pneaed iarhM fmra tb. Mta of -aaranar- '"'' "'a"' aaifatajtia ol Irtuttr Bwet wurlhy oftt abtpt, are cetuteu toika p, totte ul .oa- wf Auto. lt,',K"'. t'l l'ob'Ka, Lt.alaiiua, LiitraWrt, Art lb eutuiug jtar. h' t m "t'Ori whaAtter affacu tot 1 Kial Wei! bt- TUF ADVtVTAGF BtCrCtf) ' 11 "'". ""e Tireorogy alo:.e eietfMtd-. AOr. -.t.i RED , ,u-. tie Ibe lietat tud attitbwg tlfcufadot. by bccftDiii g a memlrer ofthla Atoeittion, art A latbtd by prelum d coarictioo lo tbe bentficeat ' 1st. Ab pcrtoni receive tbe fj'i tait ol tocir tab- ctjil ol indbttrial d.ve'oftaeiit tod ImtiDtl loltc- . 1 . rial ... a . . in I'. .. .. . . ... . i . r l I I in wia. 1 . - arraf armrra i't"'"' i. . a ' atd Each men I ia conln'ratmi toward purer- ng coke Woik. ol Art, which at. lobe di-iributed t inuiig ti.ernsehe, aud tie at the tame time encoarag h grhe Atn-ia of (be country, d'uburting tl.oataada if dontrt tbrougli i'a ageaey. fcraona in renin nig lur.da lor in rnKerahip, wil to'p'eacc (jive thtir ptwt-offce m fell, aralHic the Dtomri , tb.-j with tin- y.akaw u. lo eoH.ii.t-i ce.ai u lair the In tcr rtgi-ieiedat u.e i'o-r trfice i., j.reveut Itttt ta Bujtrtti, lieruly re.bttd ibai impotition; bp, tllb. receipt of which, a cetriSete of n.rnibei-iiip, r.gahtr ciorc af the last i'it i eauvat, il a teaa ibata wnh the Bai!azme datd, wul oetwiwarded U tiy part of ibe countr;. , 'tio.-e who puichase Vaiattiiesit BooSt-imea.wi!! tb- ae-ve U.at bv joining thu A-aueiatko, tbat lecarve the XajaZitic aula ret .ita i.l .r,..,..; .iiii,.iii,h f-j w. - - all at tbe tame price they cow pay f.r the Bagaiini a "nr. Jit-aulifully iliuitrated Cataloguei giriigfuil de-etip- tiot.i, tent free on applicst or. For Beinbertkip, a Idren t. L iSaBHl , Actuary C. A. A. j l.ope, aun j iy, ind itmpathv, and words of cheer, hate At r-ither of Ibt principal tjBc I ) Ba ui, rjegioi'.mg and watched tire progre-. af 'Ki.it kerb, cker Bagazin." oce, :,,- Brotdwtv. JTw ! thai ui gbty Btpuolictu uioveaunl thicb, iu.jeUtd by i oik, Or, Vte-teru office, IDS H'.ter meet, tin-! the perfidious vioUtion cf the Bisfm.ri Corr pact, m.i dnrky, O. Itiiuiubved by ibe aitouoding outrages l rurad lie HT Subscriplioni retired by OweL 6totu,Utnoitiy iigbu- of tbe 't Settlar-. ol fcaustt tun e btiii tl.e lo Secieur. Cb rial ban. Ohio. Irtttrl ht the reneared and urter vit atkm of tii.ir rlta. isov. a- moo t.ii mm m&w al (if m n w Tl TAK ?iXASCBf IN -dXNorviyr, TO lave received our ceer.ud i.l w t, cf New ard F -im.tuli- i roods. It ia wot oor Hiterti n to aitempt , drKeiibe tbe tjuabliiy or kbt qualiry, but would u.wili -ay thai our slock is now ii apiin, aui to thoaj who a.e in want ol seasonable Good-, to call with u. aud we, will do ion good. CTMBIN'GS A COUCH. Carrollton, Nov. 15, 18 , if I, JJlkS' D.'if.-S GOODS, all the new tty If, at 0 A. C R fcvAt- ADA' Ca.OTiII.VG, p les of it, at D C u id ASO aliohc tne cis. Ue up, a' C. A C. LOT ll. rMl etts, Tweedv, Jesr. P m , ar d iv ni thing necessary for told inter. C At' 1T1P, Fli or aiid Table Oiii ;rv. 1 a-soit C. ft C, mint. J iTS bliingLai, and a.l oiktr new sty ict A C. s 11 AWLS. Kow is tie time for a nice ST.awI. C. A C. THi. l.iVE!tsrrV F.tMllaV mVKP DaVBRA THE tSAAL, SANCl'IOS' AND A .nr.. ...... ui i .... I" ..ii'rair. ..I 1 . .... 1' .. ..... a ,.,,;,, r.'....i.i.,r. i:i.ir..a i, .u- ... ... : l'i.i.j Ivai.U, Apiil 1853, with a capita! ot i00, I OW), uatilil) fur the purpose ofaiitatlng tb evils o' I Spurious Nosiruitis . AUo lur scpplvii g the commuui lv with reliable ren.edies wherever a Cm; etent Phv i icn cauuot or willuotbe employed, uave putcbased ifrM u, Ju. g. j-omiuu- uis eolebraled BoWAls'a p0MC Mixu rx., kuown for upards of iwenty-tiie I r,..rJ ,, ,h i. ., 0,i st,.,,ru r,,r i-.. t Ii gtk, Av., and his inestimable remedy fo B..n-tL Con - PLalNTS. KnwHiiir. Itiitiint.und SrillD nf Alar.Ll.rrr r.rr- A-.- and hi. InrxrlmaMri raraaM In H n-.. C.u , Viooi, wbicii highly approved tuui popular Komedies, J together with :h j L'uiveiaiiy'a Bemedy lor cotu, ... . , , of tbe Lungs, Tbe University's remedy for Dyspepsia or indices- ' lion , Toe University's remedy for Coelire a?owels. j Also tbe Uuiveisity'i Almanac, mat be bad at Ibe j Branch i.spensaiy, or .tore of Ir. C. A. Boeel, Car-' rollton, Ohio. Al-o at the .Dry Good store ot B. Litiraer, Xf JJa- i gerslown, Carroll county, Onio, May 17. 18 . 8m. John m. unii mi Tobatcooisls. liroccrcrs & Dealers in Ulis n llaucoiis Goods. McCook House, coruir of Lisbon and CanalStrect, Canolltcn, Ol.io. Cigars and Tobacco for trie whohrjle and relaii trade. Groceries, shelf goods ftc, of the best qual ities and at ihe lowest prices. Pi educe ol all descrip : tious taken ui exchange lor am, les. A new, fxcelleulaiid cheap a"ateDt flee palace and fee teeder, canbJ soai, n midJl, at tt) Sbove place, township anil imlividuftl n Ots sold at very low .rates. j Also, Warfel's Grease Extractor, a highly valuable ar i .:ie for re'nov ne Grease. Faint. Varnish, Tar, 4 irotn t-ouorj, rrooten or cuia vtuuus. mis mwaiuao.c extractor is reewnmeoded by nuuuroas uua who hive tried it. Sot Ibe sligbtest lijurv to either fabric or color ia tu-uined b, it. use, where water will not change. To be had in CarroMtot, uOhio .onlyo, ,,., Rm - J""' W)H. 0 -M 8 ' " vniiinv ii awl n vol r av v n tAlAOf JWE1R 0l.GAs0.,Dtc. Nonce is l.eieby given that ibe niidi sigued has estate ol Joseph Forgeson, deceased, la te ol Fox town ship, Carroll county, Ohio. SILAti PtI'TS. Nov, J6, '66-3w. T AJJIES you who are in seaich ol uic. Dress Ti iuv li nuugs, call with us. U. ti !. PTATP OP JOHN It'lhCAklS X)VC btsi A li. Or JUnfl n IJaM All b, U.C. Notice is herebv given, thai the uudereigr.ed ha been appointed and qualified as Jfxecbtor of the last Will and Testament ot John Willim. tWfssed, lire, of Fox row-whip, Carroll co. Ohio. PILAS PClTS. Nov. 29, 'tW3w. Ta ARMS! TO ARMS! .Another let of Kipp for salt, of a vary fioctextetd and a beautiful finish , trio come along, sboeoiakeus and termers, and I will give you a batgaiu in good leather, lor 1 cannot he bfa. K. B. Fivi oentt ptrptwrid for (food UMes, In cash o eaihtr, it my tanuei'v. J. W. T0CKC1. JTuv. 9, li4. tt. BacittYlata Ysllay. I tha l of 8 a t cWxat to wd tarart w tai n "ia ia or nttiiiitatn. u kwt nattd w titatal tr '.iaC .r .wnrr.,1 r Tiwtb, Wr ilatradi;,tatiatl h Wta4 F aad tod prrtrlim rt.a M t titet iradtr ta ikU OaattotaA, iataak at aw; atitd itad tatu.ir.guai Ua ttUt ta aaW tad aatta ptaUa, ttu iot uoi ki o aud baaa rilE TRlttCNE.tlitft ta BAta ttiaa-i.r lakocawar u tiratgwd tad paaitJiiiil Uawa bo iluta uoi ouniidti tt a ttr) dantraa. tod tanuat J otptr, tnd woradtr aby u psbHtaUoa la'tratt. it S cuauuncial. eutioo-bajbig Ciy l.kt Bat-V.ra tat Nra.ik Mtnary tact fJiciUi Kaoittd ltttB bai arm kwitt a hard, griping, acraahig, avajMaas SuV knar wl.u taa liwt Uoatitt lo In. r.baua. ua wm 1 u- .h ... 1 . ,i a.11 Ok ur..ttU, 1' u.upt t. J ia tftiAvi. ia ia dtuaaciauuat 1 1. jUl . futt,i hAktlata.uijto.se baattl. la.irbl.l.), U ti.a Ut du..k UL.yr.l "J laa . J. . ... .il-. bat ii i .a M.i ar u. t . aMaili ,rul Ui - rtplr, r.or deaf lo the .rw J tit trot gt. a at. Ja log. lo u uiau.u taat adiuvairl Oltaofalai tatpOft ulaf I lit 1.1 at cubcaapLUaag ilat ' t'H-rsiaiS af bwOata acs, especially iLoat 0 tbt voitelea aud dowo-ttoj. dea. Utr t tittr luitod atMiaeurt au. ..wp..a..aj. akta it baa i.kni.; letittett, aud till pn.lal.) .uaobat, e try alten pt to p caciint tod degrade toy clattua ttaat M aWlSka-a oi Nativity, Creed or L lor. ii. d li.uet U caluaaiaic. the uo.t atru:ita, aud ol borimiKS lie Boat deadly tad uuiir.n,;. Tut Tiibuat tOU. ...Ulan lUun wouac IU. .1 ciutpitluua .UOlplOb . .1, 'Le Url Uall teoiury a at Ueory vlay m 'br.ed. uiorirrver, with thai fprnt of forbearance toward uiu aeaaer aeigbUKa aud lowaid the mueb WMbgtd A 'run. ii.fr. tf nh Continent aad of Peace with atl wmtiiwill hauow tbe name of Ifotg, The Tiibune, but . turrrnderiiig Doyot of ir proper iodependeuce coopef , ata-.I earwettlt tad ardeoily wiib tbe Whig party to . lo: g ta ita vitality oaa preserved. IFbeu in ibio-t tt ait e mi pi was nude u. Interpolate rlaic-bur.ir-g Into iu 1 la-ge poilkru of tbt Wf.iga pieferred to defeat tbllr iomn j,,, ratber tban allow ita Anti-SltTcry wing lo abtre iu triumph, even uader a conaervativa Chief on , , io-Uvtij i.lailorm, e knew and proclaimed tost .u U'li. ..... ... .. K.,K.,..,.. ...... i, .lit; 1. 1 E pal l v t ua it4Vt KTta "trwwvH a iiMf atl u .udi..g u. riat a. d culaviuatio:. of ibt Koow Noiiiiuj n and t Le -needy ao-ortlmn iberein at Lba t ai,. ,- . ree ol ro.avery B'higiern, only eoiibtnad . out u:.-.mbl ng tMicipaiious. tt'ilb no tKtly ..- ! taiin.i, inerttorc lor lue iutviitblr bygone, but wlb ueut by an timed mob coileeud by cou-ptraey aud I. 'ii c: suddenly upou ikcm Irctti ibe bolder cuiauura of the aeigbborlag Slave State, is destined to ewer p away ibe -ai oinark ol l Id party feuui, and u: ite Ibt brat bear ta and uroog aims ot tot frea-aoulcd in ott nrigiey efTott '.OC'jnSr.e the scourge and scandal of our couoiiv I wahto ibe limiuot tbt Slates which uuwiattw tiphulo It. To tl. e r nicest ol ibia ettort, ibe energe- ot 'fue'l' jaiil betternly deiuted; while lue Telupertt et AVloim, ' latttrliaij the entire- rmpjrtatoita of tbe Tialbc in l. ioi ' ieating be'eriges, will find iu it, as hitherto, au earnest and unuinet.iug can ; ion. Cuiunincing as a daily folio sheet if mcdertte ore, a: d wnb mrcely astadow rf putrunajre, Tht Tri-buutl.-noa i-.ued in quarto from Daily itnrrt distinct rdi:ion,i?e'iii Wieklv and H'eeklv. on a sheet 4 by 34 inches, eight ample pages ol i columns each. Ia circulaiion M steadily erowu from Botblr.g to tie 'following aggregates: 1 il.iilv i-sue.-itTcLi;.g and moruing) Ql,.,O0'"'f .i.i i-euii-VSetkly. 14,175 " WttUy. lau.-iiio . Cai.rU edition. 6,O00 " i Total 1A0,I7S';" I it, oelieve no ctber newspaper ia Lfce world at' a . -a i-c. iptiut itst over iiadf so large as ibis; arid no ptrl odicil ol any n.ncau iiva i'( Ard while its extreme ei.apncss rendering au increase of paying itadertou'.y as indirect pec niary aovantag to us, baa doub'.lsri u .-'y iwelied Hi subscription list, itwould be trrttrd i it) ..ol to p.i.uve io this unpreceilented patroatte i some evidc.ee ct public approval and esteem. TERMS. The Jiibuna employs no traveling agents tnd net- it out no papers on rust. If it is not stopped when tbe term paid tor expires, end tbe subscriber doet not choose further to pay tor it, we resort to no legal pro cess io compel! bill. On the Weekly, we mean u st.p every paper on lbs expiratton cf ihe advance pavmeut, awaiting a Utata reujitttnce from the -uS-ciu.. i; If uoae cttmes, the atcount is cosed. We pay no local a gents; wi-h no uuuey paid to any when tbe pavat can uoi trust him to n ail or otherwise send it to us: ouea inai ed. iia laitly is at our risk, and a ssikiut riak it of ten prove) ; bat are grsrelul io every one who dte n.s i it a good work toobtair and I. ii ward the times and I moutv oi bis frieiids aud Leigbeors I vaiiab! aie for the ! ri.il T,,u. tira....n Oir teiiiaj In- rtaati.Wrar.k 1 beun-Wecklv, o; two copitsfor$5; tivt for 1,!5. Weekly t- thrrw fur AS I 'en c.ipie for jis,-1 weuty eopies to one address for (Xl : t larger oluhs, il uacii . , ! Additions may at all lio cs b made to s club at tl a price paid by those already in it. GHEELY ft Mi-EL a7Atn. No. Iui Nassau St. , New-Yoik. Drf. C-155 lABBOLi. t Ut i V Time Table for the Mail Trains. To itike effect on an J alter Monday the 821 day ot October 185S. Fiom Canollion to Cleveland, Piitsl.urgb, tffstlhre, 'I'oluiibu i Meubenville or South Bail fi.-.in, will !i ... ; Carrollton Depot daily at 7 j A . M. stopp.ng ai ui way ! stations and cnuiieciion with the Rait Train, going ; North on Ot A P. B, B. Passengers going .Vottu, ill j arrive at Pittsburgh at 9J P. R' Tiain wi'.i have Cleveland at 3 P. .If. and (.arson ; gtrs will arrive at Cariollton 8-50 P. M. Thit arrtnga ment will enabie passengtrsto remain in Clevelaim 1 hour o transact businese, aud will enable past ene rii that may wish to tcacb ihe ?. ft I. II. K. frnveling oull, ,0 Columbus, or Atst toStcutenville, or Wbeei n,, Va., wi.bout uch time .ost. j -j Fi lit train- will tuo as usual. FARE REDUCED. From Oneirla to .Yew Ratlet, on S. A 1. fl. R. 0- ..:a. i ' . ... i 1.. k CtrioUtob lo New iiuikit . , , oi t0 be U(! ef Trra.m'e, Juir.rs . ra . t .t . 1. i-.oi.,... i., u j ?'leiun nd &t lhe ft t8te,n tcUulf' Ul" .,,, of Ettgfs tur,rirg tn tls E&?t)lrom carrollton, WaiKm bpiings, Aasateidsm, Springfield, l iebmotid ai.d Suul rnville. Abo a daily i line lUUDlftg Si utb turn Canolltcn, l.t n.tltir.1', Pn- ... i. "... ( . s k , K o bj wkiei i , . . . rM!T,,cd Uut lu a inoe, Jan.101 65C, II. k.&TlPi-TI! gup'i , d. C. K, K. tLEM.V., and o r n o tti ll ! H o u i f p n I n t r nPr Jou" Mood?', Wsjon 8hlP' form,T,,,0 cv,rK,d iri;e Its Olbce, Main btreet, Otrro'llou eui Obio. Sept. 20 1G55. tf. RObEHT GOULD'.''. K&TAl Notice ia hereby Liven, that tbe uaacisignen bu been appointed and qualified as Administrator r n the A'etatd ot Hubert Gould, djeieased, late "t iVirrell Ct 0. A'OBEBT I AHBHiiON. Kov. 80 ress. Sw. ; """ "" J-UHJSK k AAVtStoUt, " CaiUon, Ossiw- Mknnfaciurm nf Tripling md VTnfjAf ftpr. Th! tifcUst cb pile palu foi Ragi.