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Bumorous Rca6mu. fatnur8 Department. B u s t n tt iBjfiatbs. tJSsi" I A of Fat Mm. Bet.' miJ a ltd in the wjr of Gotham. uibi iu Min oimif in bar ! ker tarvaat. "what a qaaatitv of voa have thtre. We eaa gat plan odote Af f etta let it. Wttfh for Iktiau, and aa he omhi long Ull him I tui to speak I bin." "Tea, Btt'ara," Bridget, betten etch whisk, of her, dish-cloth keeping a bright look tat of the kitchen window, sod do moving areata eecaped hr watchful gate. At laai bar ienettry seemed to be rewarieJ. for down Ike street cam a large portly gentleman flour jftpeg aaae, aad looking the picture of good jkimor. Sure, when he ww in front of the. door ptt the flow aad informed htm that bar mistress Wished to apoak to him. "Spook to me, my good wiri I" aaked the feotl.man. "Jfea. air, wanU toepeak to you, tod says would yoo be good enough to walk in V X hie reqaeel, ao direct, wat not to bo relut d i ao in a auu of tome wonderment, up toe tape wont the gentleman, and up itaira went Bridget, nod knocking at he mistress' door, put her bead in and exclaimed I "Fat gentleman's in the parlor ma'am." So paying he inetanily deeoeaded to the lower re atone. T the narlor." thouirht the ladv. "What j p v - pan it mean f Bridget muet have blundered,' bat down to the parlor the went, and up rose par fat ftiend with hie blaodeat emileaod moet grateful bow. m Your aervat informed me, madam, that yon wonld like to peak to mo at your eervice, adam." The mortified mistress taw the state of the onto immediately, and a smile wreathed itself bout her mouth in ipite of herself, aa the tail: "Will you pardon the terrible blunder oft raw Irish girl, mj detr tir t I cold her to call ja the fat man to takt away the totp grease, when the bat mads the mistake you tee.?' The jolly fat man leaned back in hit chair ad laughed tueh a hetrty ltugh s never aomet from your letn gentry. "Mo apologies needed, madam, laid be, it is decidedly tho bet joke o i the tetson. Ha, ha, kt, to the took me for the totp grease man, did tke I It will keep me laughing for months, tueh a good joke I" Aad all up the street, aqd round the corner was heard tba merry laugh of the old gentle man at ke brought down hit eane every now and then and exclaimed -'such a joke I" "Tho Image of his Fatyer." Da the birthday of the seventh child, all the women same running to tee the "dear infant." ad to congratulate the happy parents upon the Teat. Qur friend anticipated the visit, and Instead of having tha child prepared for it, made tha torveat bring in a tucking pig, tnd dreti it up in tyadling clothes, and covering Bp ite faee, he laid it in the place tba real child should have occupied. The Udiet were introduced into the apart ment and gently approtched the bed. the cov Brings ware turned down, and a poiiijn of the faee of the little gruter wat exposed. "Bless my toul I" taid one of the ladies, "what a remarkable child I" "So very interesting I" taid the tecond. " And to good nttured ?" observed tho third at the commenced toying with it. "And how very like hit father I" remarked lb fourth. They were all immediately ttruek with the observation and exclaimed : " The very image of hie father I" The flattered parent rushed out of the room nonvulied with laughter, leaving the old wo men to discover their mittake. AaEoivoa't YaLtDtcroar.-Editort arettrtnge peopje. One of the fraternity 'out West, who appeart to have became ditgutted with the pro fession, assigns the following reason for vaca ting hie ehair : " The undersigned retiree from the editorial thair with the eomplete eonviction that all it vanity. Prom the hour he started hit paper to the present time, he hat been solicited to lie upon every give subject, and ctn't remember having to)d a wholesome truth without dimin ishing hit subscription lilt, or making an enemy- Under these eireumitancet of trial, tad hating a thorough contempt for himself, he re 4res in order to recruit hit rmral constitution. " A Oat'e Wasti A School hoy Down East who wat aoted among hit play fellows for his frolics with the giris, wat reading alood in the Old Testament, when coming to the phrase "Baking the vxuU placet glad," he wat asked by the pedagogue what it meant. The young alar panted scratched hit hiad but could give ao answer, when up jumped a more pre- elav urchin, and eried ont : i . i. . . i. "tanowwnat n means, matter, it meant tugging the gals, for Tom Rote it always hug t J ,L - . I . . . giog em aruuuu toe waist, ll makes etn SO glad at can bo." Oat at Counfr. An innocent and pure. minded Jonathan, in a warm argument with John Boll on oar national institutions, inter tagly remarked that fortunately the Americans eowld't go farther westward then the Pacific tfcorw. Yankee searched hit pregnant brain for an inatant, and triumphantly replied "Why gracious, they'r already leveling the Rocky Mountains, and carting tha dirt ou'. West. I had a letter last week from my cousin, who it living two hundred mike west of tha Pacific shore oa atari land." teW A Yankee editor says that tha gtrlt complain that the timet ire to hard the young mmUo'lpj their addrereee. - - - - - - - - II WII II I I IIIIIIH i I M The PuJloaephy tf Rural Lowomy. When wo wrote in tha" last number of the CW tirator of Looking for the Spring, wo did not think tho ovenl waa to be to long postponed But the froovt, whioh gave promise of yiel to II store genial influences, again tightened their grasp, aad 01J Winter was King up to the twentieth of February, and even yet it in no haat to eapitnlate all at once, for many of our large risers are tiiU ioebound, and snows lie thick upon many broad acret. Since you cannot go bodily into your Spring work, you may feel disposed to litten to a little indoor iaU while yon are laying yo U plans for the year' campaign. Economy it a thing not always fully understood. It seems to be a kind of natural gift, like the capacity to sing, or write poetry. We have recalled a thousand times a remark we once heard by an accom plished lady, while the wat pleading with her merchant husband the cause of a destitute wo man, wedded to one of those moat unfortunate of human beings, a thitleu man. "Why, my dear." uid Mrs, Heglep, "this woman and ber children must not be left to suffer. Her husband it not to much to blame ; economy it a gift, just at much f a gift as sens", or tny other capacity." We do not i-ean id tay that tliit gift it not susceptible of cultivation, el e we would not be writing about it now. But we were going to take a little different view of me case, and speak of the economy of expen diture, which is just as much of a gift or skill as the economy of saving. We find but few men of asymmetrical mental development ; that it, they are not equally lu -ky in various directions in which they have ne means of beinr equally intelligent ; which trguet either a waul of last or of adaption For instance, a man will invest teveral thou sand dollars in a choice bull or horse, at many hundreds in a sheep or hog, or in chickens, rabbits, puppies, ect , and get hit money back every ine. Let the tame man meddle W'tb real estate speculations, stocks, factories or the like, and he finds himself sadly, out of pocket Success mikes man confident, and confidence begett tuccett ; to when a man is going up eve ry thing helps him, and when he it going down everything gives him a push. The miscellaneous farmer has need for a ijreat versatility of executive talent. If wool growing or cattle breeding or grain raising wtt hit only ctre, he could direct his thoughts in thtt one channel, and if intelligent, soon be come an adept. But no he roust exercise him self in the whole round of agriculture and me chanics. In order to till and grant, he must also learn the economy of implements, which it a whole trade of itself ; whether it is cbep er in the end, in view of his wants, to buy a leaper, a thresher, a stock mill, a grain drill, et., or go on in the old way without such as sistance. Then in the marketing of hit pro duce he mutt learn the art and philosophy of trado, and in supplying his farm and household lie must become familiar with the mysteries of merchandising. In this rapid view, who will repeat the con temptuous scandal, thai any nurobscull is good enough to be a farmer? But we are not wri ting for such people, we address ourself to men who leccive the self-evident truth, not only to the necessity hut the faot of rural intelligence. there is a limit to economical expenditure in one direction, and a limit to economical reserve in the other; and a wise man will keep himself clear of the neighborhood of both these ex tremes. Very rich men often chafe themselves against the outer bound, and very poor men againtt the inner, and both learn a lesson, the first can sometimes afford to pav for his knowledge, the tecond never can. Of many im provemenls men expect too much ; so when ibey are disappointed, they should rather curse their own stupidity than the failure of of a rea sonable expedient to work miracles, when it wat only intended to assist poor humanity. - Ohio Cultivator. Action f Lime. Firtt. It breaks up the toil, and formt com bination! that the plants can render soluhla Second. It fixes part of the nitrogen of the atmosphere, forming nitrio acid, from ite ma king nutate of lime. Third. Nitrio acid coottini the same essen tial element! ae ammonia, and it capable of btiog inverted into it or the plant. fount), Useful directly to a certain extent or the nourishment ot the plant. Fifth. It is particularly useful to sravallv soils and on clayey soils devoid of lime. Sixth. Lime and barn yard manure should not be mixed in the barn yard, intrmuch at the lime causes too tudden decomposition, and contequent loss of ammonia whioh it driven off by the lime to be received by the air. 8ciom for grafting thould now be cut, and put r,way in a cool cellar, with the butts in the earth or sand. Where cherries are to be graf ted, it should be done earlier than it common practised, in order for the best success. But wa npprehend few scions of tha larget cla.sol cherriet ctn be found in Ohio .t it.:. .: ws sun wine mi- injured by winter. In these parts the fruit budt and most of the young shoots are killed, of the cherry as well as the peach 0. Cult. witbr tkiLLEO. The Prairit Farmer at 1 v ess Chicago, III., says there is no longer aoy doubt of the partial or entire destruction of many fruit trace in the region. The apple alone eeeme lo have eeeape the yearThe pear, when the growth wat good, thowt the effects of tha eevaie weather more than tha peach. tdT It is eaid that if tea be vronnd lib A. foe, before hot water ia poured upon it, it will water ia lhj u rni unnn i , .u wield double tke aaaasaaa -fit., .v: . xjuejitftif. J : 'w' w vaa.uiiai auUsZ i A. W. uaaitv.v, ATTOKXKT A J LA W , AS returned the practice of the law. He will oartieuJarir attrodto tha settlement of estate. bv Kx Meters, administrators, tod Guardians, lor which his hue etaertcwee In tha Probate Coon easply qualifWi him. All alter badness o! a professional character en trusted to Ulcere, In this sad the adjoin! counties, ill (m attended to with promptitude and hdelitv. Orrica In the ro -m opposite tbs front of the Court House, heretofore occupied by . a. Tripp Eq Pen. It '!. J so. U. Caoivoa. JOHN Homey aa Trio A. fisuBiu. H. CROXTON. I Cissiif for d Z U'ILL give prompt attention to all bi entreated to bis Care, ia '.'srroll Coantj i business or rise where. Office immedisielr opposite the west door of the t'ouri House. Csrrollton. Ohio. 19 The legal services of John A . Bingham, of Cadiz, Ohio mar be prxuredbr the retention oiias aoose E. R. KKI LV. Attorn and Connullor afXew will practice at the profession J Carroll and the ad joining counties. All business entrusted tohim wil receire prompt attention. OFFICE Srsll frame building one door South of the "Slidger House," Car- rollion. Ohio. WM. H. CHAMPER, A TT0RXXY& C 0 UXSLL OR AT LAW CRROLiToN OHIO. Office in the Stidger House, one door below E. K. Eckley's office. Sept o 55. If. VAX UBOtVY. A t I o r it t y and Committor at La Orrics New frame, immediately opposite the West Door of the Court House, fits' 521 Cs"oIlton, Ohio. I, i. BBeots a caoxitB. BROOKS & CHOZIER Attorntjft and Cnunttllor at Law, 0 Tice on the corner of Green and Lund? Streets, SALEM, . . , . OHIO MISS M. ANSCHUTZ, STRAW & SILK MltlXBR, K-t nan or Msis Strkkt, Caaou.Tos Ohio. Die. 0, 1855, ly. THE AMERICAN HOUSE. 9. G. M KbE, - - - - Proprietor. This Hotel, formerly the "Psttnn House,' BO1 been t1 ornughl oenovated and is now in complete prepara lion fur the reception and enteirainment of the travel ing public. No pains spared to render customers com fenaSsB Carrol Hon, Ohio- -Sept. 87- 1C65 tf, loff. 185. UNION HOUSE. East Muin curvet - l'urroliton, Ohio. PHILIP P. PRICE, Proprietor. This is s new and ctmmodious Douse, newly furnish, ed. It is but a thoit diMance fiun the A'. H Vvvoi and lie Fi(rftor will tjeie no (sins iu milking i pleeram and agieesble to his Guests. His Stabling is eiteastvt! ai d Teamsters will And it advantageous lor il, ni to nop at tie 'V'bWi llin-e,' where they will be kept at itaiorsLlc as at any other Hotel in the place. Nov, 221865. Medical Notice. Dnct. P. W. Lee, late frm Salem, 0., formerly with Dr. Carey ol that place, having peimsnentl) located in Carrollion 0. in c in eclion with Dr. J. S. Hunter, fur the piactice of Medicine A Fingery, lenders hisiroles-' sional services to the cititens at d public geneisy hop- ing by prompt attention to his profession to merit a share of public patronage. Office and residence with Dr. Hunter. East Main Street. . Carrollion Ohio. Oct. II 1855. tf. liisbim sjtlront - - I .h iiiIIIihi, fl'UK subscriber would respectfully inform Fimers, 1 Mechanics, Ac, that he he lias taken back aud has now in full o- eratiou the Carroltn new CUPOLA FOUNDRY. And Is amply prepared to furnish to order all kinds of Ploughs, Plough 'units, Stoves, A Castings of all de ciiptions, at the shortest notice, and at reasonable pr ices A good s-d extensive slock of Ploughs, Polms, Stoves, Castings Ac, constantly kept on hand and lor sse at low prices, lor Cash. L. McUUIKA Nov. 15th 1855. tf. CAIl ROLL COUNTY Time Table for the Mail Traina. To take effect on and alter Monday the S2d day or October 1855. Horn Canollion to Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Crestline, Columbu, iSieubenvillc or South Mail Train will lra . Carrollion Depot daily at 7, A. SI. stopping' at all wa Stations and connection wjili the Mail Train, goini orlh on C. A P. R, R. Passengers coine Aro'ith. wilt arrive at Pittsburgh at 9, P. M Train will leave Cleveland at 8 P. M. snd passen gers will arrive at Carrollion 8 50 P. M. This arrange ment will enable passengers to remain in Cleveland 1 hour o transact business, and will enable oaiteneerr tint may wish to reach the S. A 1. R. K. txveihu South to Columbus, or A'mt to Steubeuville, or Wbeel- ng ii., wunoui mucuume ost. The Freight trains will run as usual. FARE REDUCED. From Oneida to A'ew Market, on S. k I. J?. R. 0- leida to Carrollion by R R. Carrollion to New Maiket by Stage. pickets through I MM to be hsd of Treasurer James Cameron, aud at the Western Exchange, Geo. K McKaaky. There are regular lines of Stages running to the East, from Carrollion, failem Springs, Amsterdam, Springfield, Richmond and Steubenville. Also a daily line miming South liom Carrollion. Lamertine. Prrv. ville to New Market on the 8. ft 1. R. R. by which means the traveler will be conveyed without loss of time. Jan.,101 856. H. A. STtOGEiJ Bup't., 0. 0. R. R D. M. COLENAX, HOUSE. SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, , .uii, i kwiui n .. muu anop lorinerly oc pied as Free Press Olflce, Main Street, OerroUtou Ohio. Sept tO 1855. tf. HILLOliGHBf'S Patent Telegraphic Water Carrier, HAVING purchased the right to Ihe said apparatus In the townships of Union, Rose, Brown "- Washington and East in Carroll countv. Ohio w. ,..ij inform the citixensof that part of the county, that we are prepared to set up saio spparatus on short notice aud reasonable terms. Said apparatus being for tbe purpose of raising and oonveying water from the spring to th house, which is admitted to be one of the beat appara tus for labor saving in tbe fema)e department, now in use. warranted to give sausisction. N. B. Any communications for us can be left at the 'American House' Carrollton, Ohio, WOO0BORNS ROTJDEBTJSH. July tl, IS . t.f. JaUES WlUUH'S ESTATE Notice is hereby given that we have been appointed etecu tors of the last will of James Wilkin, deceased late of Carroll county, Ohio. All persons having claims against said estate must present them within one , ..... -.-.. oiu thU date. SARkU WILJV ' I " 1 UUAB. TW lUAKl. tiff r f nuviiriir mm vmmm Ohio. ! of Barrage. The way to the Jltar. Jfatriaseai aaaae mi j, or how to wis a Lever. Owe veauete of ICO page Si bit. Price ewe awawr. 100,00 espies are already iswaee Tairteeeta awtriea ready. Pruned oa the An at naoer. aad Uaaetrated in the stale of art, -IxiTi rales tee cwuru imm For Love is Heaven, and eavea b Lave." So sang lb Bard yet thousands pine For lore of lite the light diviaej W bo, did they knew suass geatle Santas, The bear te of thoae tbey love so warm, Might live, might eta, in bliss supreme, Possessing alio! which they dream. The load to Wedlock tbould you knowf Delay not, bat to KoVDOVT go Time l.es, and from his gloomy wings A shadow (alls on living things: Then seise the moments as tbey peas, Eie fall the laat seeds through the glass; SBJ P. At leaat the present is your own, While all the future is unknown, A happy marriage man er maid Can now secure by ROSDOVTS aid. CONTENTS. It teaches how to make ladies and gentlemen win the devoted affections of as many of the npiosi e sei as their hearts may dreire, And the plan is so simple. vet so captivating that all may be married irrespective of age, appearance, or position; aad it can be arrang ed with such ease and delicacy, that detection is impos Me. It teaches how to make lore. It teache every etetotorm a beauty of its own. It teaches how to act when fascinated by a lad'. It teaches how to make the wrinkled face smooth. It teaches you the kind of wife to select to render home happy. it gives advice to the lover who has tioen once truly accepted, and is r jected al'erward through the inter ference of li lends. It gives a remedy for unrequited love. It gives you instructions for beautifying the person. How to have a handsome face and bauds. How to remove tan and freckles. A lecture on Love, or a Private Advice to Married Lsdies snd tjentlemen. This Is dei idedlv the most fascinating, interesting. and really useful and practical work on courtship, mat rtfjewy, and the duties and delights of married life, thai lis- ever been issued Irm the American piess Ihe arii6cial social svstrm, which in so many in-isnces pre vents a union of heart!., and sscritices to conventional ism the hsDDinees and even the lives ot thousand ol the young aud hopeful of both seies, is thoroughly an analysed and exposed. Avery one who contemplate.- mart iage, aud wishes lor an iniaiUDie guide in tin se lection ol a partner fur life, should puivLase this great test book of connubial felicity. No one will ever regret the price paid for uch an invaluable secret. Bills of any of the specie-paying banks in theTJnited States oi Canadas received at par. Gold duxt can be sent from California. All that Is necessary for you to do if to write a letter in as few weida as pos.-ille, h closing One Dollar, and write the name, with the W Office, county, and JJiale aad direct to PKOFA'iAOV RONDOUT, Publisher and author, No. 82 Koity Street, N. T. 2)ewitt and Davenport, 163 Nassau si., are the whole sale agents, IOU0 agents wanted. Jaruary 3, 1856.-Cmo, To School Teachers THE BOAKD OF SCHOOL EX V.lflNi'RS FOR Carroll county, will bold Six mektisOS lor the cx auiiuaiion of School teacher i during tne year 1850, on the following days, namely: On the second Wednes day in February, April, Jaw, Augut, October, and December. The meetings will be held iu one of the public school houses iu Carrollion, commencing at 10 o'clock, forenoon. The s auding rules of the Board regulating exami nations are the following: 1. Each applicant not personally known f the Boat d, mii"t produce a certificate of good moral character, oi late uate. auu sigueu oy one or more re sponsible pjrsous. 2. Each applicant must come furnished with pen, luk and paper; and al.-o with McOutt'ey 's Fifth Header. 8. To each applicant will be cubmitled a list of questions on Arithmetic, KnglUh Grammar, aud Geog raphy, to be answered in writing. 4. No applicant will be regarded as qna'mel to teach, nor entitled to a certificate, who does not cor. rectly answer one lulf of the question.! submittal in each branch. 5. Certificatea will net be issued on the day of ex amination, but lisey sill be remitted !y mail or otliei - wise as Boon at piacltcahle. And wnen an applicant is tie. tried unqualified, a note stating that fact will be sent him. 8. Applicants coming in sfter the class is forme) and the examination has commenced, will be expected to wa t until the next regular day of examination. 7. No certificate will be granted to any prison who is known to the Hoard to be habituated to ihe use o profane language, to he intempeiate or dishonest. 8 A'ach api'lican', must hirBBlll himself with I stsmi rd env. lope, aim h m self ii tltiise it with Ms own t ame and addresi-, and iu such envelope his ccr tifieate or note will be forwarded. tf. Each applicant will bt required to write a short composition on some subject asbigued by the board on the day of examination, showing therein his sklllin Penmanship, i'liuclualion, Giaamar, Bet of Chattel j,efu rs, &c. by order ot the Board, (December 80. 1855. Ir. F. S. Mt KE.-IN', Sec'y. PIANOS ! PIANOS I ! PIANOS I I ! Allow us to call your attention to our stock of Sritti fin Pianos of all patterns and sixes, with patent metalic rames, all of Rosewood Cases, with all the modern in, provetnents, highly and neatly finished, of brilliant and powerful tone, For eighteen years hare tbey been solo all over (he Union, in competition with all others. r It I (; is S : Octsve, P. from (226 10 275 250 300 215 1 800 1 800 825 850 1 i 11 600 Upright Pianos, Pianino, 800 "860 800 " 360 400" 1000 860 " 600 40 " 160 Grand Piano, Pearl Key Harps, Melodeons, A. KTJIIN k CO., No. 2. Liberty Street Baltimore. MS. I. T.C0NANT, Ravenna. Ohio.ls the authorised aeon I of A. Kuhn k Co., for the sale of their Pianos in all Nor thern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania, to whom applica tion should be made. All orders, applications. &c. will be received and promptly forwarded to said Agent by WILLI AM Me COY, Nov. 9, 1844. tl ronton, Ohio WATCH MMftf $. SEND ON YOUR WATCHES! T wftiilrl !n farm i.i A nittvAna nt Pas.nlli.. uJ 1 1 -wwr- - ws-avawai vs veaiiuiiLUU BIIU V HrrOll county that they can hare their Watches repaired in the UTjgt mauuvi eaaaaa vu auvil UVIIv. VJ JCQQIDg tUClTl 10 my establishment in NEW PHILADELPHIA. I have for sale a good assortment of Oold and Silver Watches, Clooks, and Jewelry ol all kinds, gold Pens Violins, and almost everything usually found in a Jewel rv store. My shop in the centre block immediatelv d. joining "Bpied a Exchange." Old Oold and bilver wanted in exchange for work of foods. Watches can be left at the residence of Mr vash. Butler ,Oarrollton,Ohio,snd will be promptly sent and returned when repaired. All work warranted Give usa trial. MORGAN BUTLER. JVew Philadelphia, July 21 , 185.1. SEVASTOPOL NOT TAKEN COME DP TO THE INEXHAUSTIBLE DEPOT OF Samuel G. Perry, at New Harrrisburgh, and buy your leather at his 7annery, to cover your bare feet, at the lowest prices lor cash, also credit as usual .Bring along your hides, and get the highest prices for them in cash. Saddlbs, for he use of gentlemen and ladies, ot the latest styles and ol the most durable kinds. Come along, and get your Harness of every descrip Ion, at the lowest rates. If von wish to eo home with dry leet enclosed in nice Boots or Shoxs, call at his Boot aad ... t- .v . v. , wiumejvwni'.a from coughs and colds, ind laat but not least, your expensive DocToa Bills! Only to think of it, for $5 00 worth of. Perry's Pbsvbbtivb, yon may save $100 worth ol a Doctor's Cdbativi medicines. BAMVELH. mum, flew danrUbtirgb, O. reWry 14, lreA-tWo. '1 IV I TAX ri KdSt' f atNHOCSrtKU TO ft owr IrVfiMls and ike rbt"K Beieiry, thai we ave received our BBWSM eddnk tl BW sad Fah- ktBeeat Ouods. It Is wot oar iiitei tl b to aiteeipt so the ousnlitt of Ike uu.llM. but W BBS SBBNBJ ih.i nur tiuk ii now si LkTt. fOd lo those wno a in want ol reasonable Goods, to all wiu us ana we. will do yoe good. CTHMINGS A tOVCB. Carrollion, Nov. 1ft, U , tf LTDTlfSTTk AS GOODSfall the new styles, at c. .c. i AXY-liDi t0TliIAt., pies of It, at C .A li OOT8 AN h SHOES, all sis, Irom theciadle up, at CA', PE18, FW and Table Oil t Uth. a awed ment. C.k C. II AXS Shangi i, and all other ucw sty lee C. ft C HAULS. Now is the time for a nice Shawl. etc. S AiOfc;H' IMPROVED HORSE RAKE. Patented Jiae 8, 1W2. THIS Rake is iuteudeu for raking hay and gleaning wheat fields. A will work well on tough rtont ground; ihe teeth being the common metallic rpring steel, .ts ooeistion is the moet simple and ea-y ol ant Morse A'ake iu use. The operator udee and opeiate tbc Rake with his feet, ihe teeth bring attached to the axlelree. which is ihe head of the A'ake, with hinges ou the front side attached to ibe shafu-, the bead vibiaies on the axes aa is required by the operator lo leave the had when necessary. The Kake is well adapted to all clawes of men. This is tbe cheapeat, simplest and beat Uurse Rake now in us-; at all Fails wbere exhibited it baa taken the premium. We have purchased the right lor Cat roll county, from the Paten; ee, aud offer said Kake to the !aiu.eri-of Lit tle Cairoll' at rravnable terms. A model of the iUkecau be Been Bt Ihe "Ano litaii Mouse, t airolltonJOhio. WOODBOIiXE 4 ROCDEBCSO. Jtilx I if. IH55, If. . - i. tn i t i.i. -v hi. t .tii.. THOMAS II. AlKlNON. C0FPIR & TINbMITU, feTOVK DkALXB die , C'orsr Canal !., 0110" fnblu Square, CAHROLLt'ON, Oil 10, Avails bimsell ol this means toieturnhia thanks 10 hiscutitouieregeuciall), and aaaare tfiem that as ever.be holds himsell read) 10 meet ail requisilioue whitb u.a) ne made upon hiiu lor I iu, Copper, Biass, cheet Irn 01 Stove Waie. 1 hanklul lor ibe custom wlucli he ha. loiiueily received, and which has enabled him to slauu flood of public disaster, jlgiiculiuial aud consequent Financial failures, Hank collapses and Business aight mare, he hails the opening eea.-ou.coundeiit ol returning general prospei it), and solicits iheatteuiioii ot enquire! and puiuliaseis, to Ills present siock ui ware. COOK STOVXS, PXKLOR, 8TOV1S KBSNM1.IK B10TXS, Of the most approved patterns, the n.Oft finished cast ing, and the most reliable metal, on band always at the lowest prices. It is useless to multiply words tbe ar tide of stove which Atkinson sells, is admitted par ex eeMaaee, the best aud (he cheapest, sold iu "ibe, pans." COPPER KITTLES ANO COPPER W ARE; Kettles on hand constantly and made to older in supeii orstvle Copper woik of every desciipiiou aud mend ng done promptly All descriptions ol Sheet Iron ware on hand ; also, Tinware of tbe beat quality and ever) description constantly on hand aud tor sale. llol SS 8P0CT1N0 Ahl LIGHTMNO RODS. Careful and experienced operators in attaching rodt and spouting are regularly employed in the country, and all ordets for work of this kind will be gladly received sud promptly executed, operators in this line are confined to no locality, but are carried forward with despatch in any part of Carroll or adjoining counties. TUOiAS U. ATKINSON March 8 '55. tf. 7 h Praj.i.n au4 Scieiiufl ; termers Owul'spi-i. THE GENESUE FARMER. A MONTHLY JoCRNaL OV ijritihirc and lioiiiculture. Ulustiated with numeious engravings oi Karm Build i ,gs, Aiiinm If, 1 in i If 1 fnis, limit, ic VOLUME XVII. KOR 1866. IX issuing a pr Bpectus for the Scvenlcenih Volume ol ' the Genesee Karmer, the pu iliidirr flatters himst ll hat ii is too wiitely known, too 1 xicm-ivi ly chculaie and 110 will known, to render m ntcestary le state ai length the dcs'gu ol the woik- Tiiwe who lead tin Kannci are the best judges of its value, and those un u uii 11 tet with it, aie it-quested in exsiuiiie its pages He will only sav that lor the ear I8SA he will luruii.li a paper last for site, beauty, aud ability, will not be ex celled in this country. The new volume will commence on the first of Jan uary, and will be printed oil new tjpe and superior pa per, and each paper will contain about one-thud mou reading than at present. A'ach monthly number wil consist of Unity two latge paes, making a volume ul S84 pages, with seveial hutidied 1 ngravings, (with titlt page, index. &c, suitable lor binding) at the close ol tin year. No one should sell the volume at tbe end of the year for its cost. Our Ulqslrations sre numerous, appropriate, and ex pensive, consisting o' Faim Buildings, Improved im plements, Domestic Animals. Choice Fruits, Flowers, .shrubs, ite, Ac. We number among our contributors hundreds of the best practical Farmers iu the country, and our readers hive thrt ugh our pages, the benefit ol tbeir wisdom and experience. No thinking man can read any num ber that we issue, without receiving some useful hint iu regard to tbe management of Crops, Stock, or the Orch ird, ol more value tban the price of the volume. Our large circulation enables us to furnish a paper lor three or fi.ur shillings equal, at least, to tbe beat in the country, for value or beauty. An earnest advocate of improvement of both the Mind snd the Soil, the Farmer set ks to advance ihe n -ral interests of the country, and elevate tbe profession of Agriculture to its proper position. To accomplish this, it bas labored long and faithfully, snd not without some success. It is one ot Ibe oldest, and its position as the cheapest, and at least one of the best Agricultu ral Journals in the country is fully established, and we confidently ask for it, that support which it merits from the farmers. Gardeners, and Fruit Cullurists of the U- nited States. We invite all who feel the importance of sustaining this work, and extending its uselulness, not ouly to subscribe themselves, but to introduce it to the pstronage of tbeir friends. FIFTY CENTS A TEAR IN ADVANCE. ' Five copies for f2, .Eight copies for $3; and any largo number at the same rate. ty All subscriptions to commence with the year; and the entire volume supplied to all subscribers. ty Post Masters, Farmers, and all friends of im povemeut are respectfully solicited to obtain and for ward subscriptions. Subscription money, if properly inclosed, may be nt (post-paid or free) at tbe risk ol tbe publisher. ddresa JAMES VIOK, .1 , ...rv 94 lSfjg Rochester, New York. ah is liiiilil luae and si-e. Thb undersigned takes this method to inform bis th frnndslsnd patrons in Carrollton, and vicinity Lat through perseverance, be has got his new ky- Xight Daguerrean establishment completed, just below Huston's store, near the Depot, Carrollton, Ohio, where he is now well furnished with everything necessary to execute all business intrusted to him. I have now a large and well arranged sky-light, which is a complete remedy for cloudy days. With my present arranged room' the people may rest assured that I can take s good likeness in all klnde oi weather, excepting of chil dren, these require a clear day; but when clear days cannot be had, bring them along at any time and I will warrant satisfaction. 1 am determined to stand at the head of my business, and nothing except good work shall leave my establisnment. .411 who viait my rooms will know that I have advantages which no other estab lishment in this vicinity can boast of; aad I am resolved to give better satisfaction than any other operator in tbe vicinity. Ladies and gentlemen are most respectfully solicited to call and examine, as my work shall show foe itself. Prices will be reasonable, and all work warranted not to fade, I have a good assortment of stock embracing s variety oi fine cases, ladies,' and gent's breastpins, and win nave an assortment 01 Mcaeia to accommodate all who wish them. Views ol buildings, laudscsoes. familv I groupes, copy work, in a word a! 1 " De promptly attended to, 11 business in bis and warranted lo J. W.-GOULD. I pieaae, or no saie. 0 !. '5tV-tf. Fohi uac atilNa. lots a. HILL attend to any basin eat icaiiatsd wrttt TV lipereeirnt Laj-d Okcewin lews. Tsacs paid, ealteetieaBawa XsOal BWWBMI ally I lumpily atieodcc le. I heee wishing eeier Leads in CewtreJaad Wsaien. Iowa, eaa de so by sewdu g us ewatera d.alt. or tawkr Land warrants. Tt lor sekveilnr and entet tt,g Lard eiclueive t Oeverasaeut fees for Uud warreats, lev acret I0 80 seres. 8 ; 40 aerca, & ttt acrea arable Xand in Polk and other rose, ties fov sale by LKAfi ft BAMS. March 15 ly. PAPER HANCINCS. t IE are now rtceiviag one of the largest and v best selected stocks oi Wall Papers and Burdeis ever before offered. Oai stock is all new this 8pting and comprises the latea and best ityl'. It cobsuxs in part of IUII papeis of new and Beautiful dceitns. Par lor, Dmitig Koom aud Chamber Papers, la every va riety ol styUauo quality. Gilt, Silver Velvet and common .Borden 01 new Transpsrent Window Shades, rig d and nam wno Putnam's Patent Fixtures; Plain Green .Blue and Fig d Window Blinds snd Fireboard Screens in great variety of patterns. With an extensive assortment to select from, and low prices, we expect to please those who way give as a call. McDOW El.L k CO., booksellers, Stationers snd Pspei Dealers, Ma'ket Street Steubeuville, Ohio. March 16. 1865 tf. 1 HI 1 ItlAC VfcBV. HE SCBSCRIBEK A AS RECEIVED FROM Til A" Eaat, his carefullv m lecied and excellent stock oi SPRING AND SUMMER bOODh, which he will sell just sa low as they ought to be sold, lor Cash or Produce. Bis slock coiisista.ju part o( a fine assortnieni of Silks, Satin, Zsdiea' Worsted Diese Goods, I awns, Gingl.ams. Priuu, Bonnets, sr., tt .vImi Men' wear ol almost eviy dest ription, lists. In sad Boots; a vri) Hue as ripn 1.1 n 1 t ol Qurene- art) a good selection of Hantaan, and an excel lent stock of Orocerits. Gieat bargains lor casa bote 1 bat. l.-RAEL ARCIIBOLO. Cariolltor, 0.,Jtfay 24. 1855. Scientific Information FO t THE WHOLE WOULD; Chape au'e Great Liscotery. The Monthly Rainbow, or Chapman's Pre Cell ulaiii us 01.I.W11 ci.ii Clisn-.e-. lastd uponihx timvetl t l i- physical lust, and iiariuouy ol electrical aciou pi evading ibe solar ays ieea, as involved in ibe difleiii g tffoci ol light n.odi lied (or polaiixtd) I ) di'enrg angles ol itfltctioii 01 a huge scale. This important dhcoveiy ol tbe laws ol nstuie which regulate the changes of the elements, constitutes a subject 01 magnitude and importance, per. lisps unsurpassed by any tiler on the pages of histor ic lecord. Ibe tnipiisiig uumsiy with which Dr. Mi pman is enabled to pie-calculate all flesientary changes predisposing more tosloims, eaitbquakes, Ac,, and also aimospheiic changes within the hour lor each day, months iu the luiure, snd be physical effects 00. ihe heolih. fet linirs - -umois of hiat.kind, must be admitted by all unpiejudk-ed minds W be ol incalcula ble advantage to the whole human race. In piesciiting the RaiuLow to the public, ws do not claim il to be an inlahble weather guide. But this uui b wc do claim, that it will be found to be coirect to the letter, eight limes out ol ever) ten. All wsssk is a candid examination. Terms of Aainbow per year, iu advance, 5 ' cents for six mouths. Chapman's 1'iiuci, ia, or Natuie's First Principles, cloth bii.oing, 12uio, SOU pages. Volume fiist con tains a full explanation of the discovery to which 7r. I'hspman ha- Be voted the lasi nine cais of rlere ob--citation. Published every six mouths, (Vfaich and Sep tear! ee,) put 1 per volume, for which it will be sent, posl-paid, lo any pail ol the country. First vol ume nowseady. t ' A M I IK 1.1 A Co., No. II 81 uth Fourth Si. above Walnut, 7'hilada. HI" Agents wanted in every county. Nov. 8. 1856. J.BITrjF In tin ( ans of six pounds tacit, 1 2 lbs. in a case, ar tallied supeiior 10 any iu use. and at about the same price of tbe unlit wry Polarh sold in casks. This meth od of putiiug up the anicle, tei dirs ii much more 0 u veBBMil for mailing, Slid in Ibis rtspect. then fine, is vert desiiable. I'lintcd diitciins 1 1 its ute are placed upon each can. Iheanicle lias been in the maiket lor the ast ibiee wais, and trbarevel it has been iutioduceu has given ihe highest satisfaction. Any pe.i son desirous of giving ihe ariich a tilal will, 011 remitting 10 my addicts ft, be sent a cars of t ackages. Also, R.T BABBITTS CELEBRATED SALERATUS, In one-pound packages, expiesrly lor family use sixty one pound packages in each box. With ibis raleratua and sour milk, 01 cieam lailar, biesd ar.d cakes ol eve ry kind can be made and baked in balf an hour, at any season of the )tai, and iu any climate. DiirctitiOS Icr using it accompany each package, ilro, uper Carbonate Soua, Soap Powder, Yeast Powder, Castile Soap, Cicani Taitar, aud Candles of a II kinds. B. T. BABBITT. Nos. 68 k 70 Washington Street, New.Yoik. Oct. II 1 853. 6 mot. WllcLBSAL ABC BBTAIL BOOKSELLERS, STATION S RS PAPER HALEK8, AND BLANK BOOK M A.M I A C Tl HEBS. STEUBENVILLE, . . . . ; OHIO. KEEP always on hand a large assortment of School, Jedical and MUcells neoea books, Plain and Tiuled Cap and Xettei Papers ; Printing and Wiap. ping Papers of all sixes, Note Papers, Envelopes, Stee Pens, aud all kinds of Stationary. Vncv are prepared to nil an orders irom Merchants. School Committees, Teachers and otheis at low prices. Having a bindery connected with our establishment. we are prepared to make alt kinds ol Blanks for Rail roads, Inauiance Companies, County Officers, tanks, Merchants, &c. Printed work bouud to order. As we use the best quality of stock, and employ the best work men, our work will compare favorably with that ol any oher Bindery in tbe State, blanks ot all kinds Paged to order. The highest market price paid for Rags and Tanners scraps. Mcdowell to. Steubenville, March 10, m o. tl. CARTER'S IMPROVED MELODEAN, P. A. CHILD. Manufacturer, Cleveland, 0.. Fiui-.hu, r and Ware Room in the Second and Third dtoi iss ol 11 u tf burl's New Block, Nos. 64,60 and 68 Ontario street Man ufactory in the new tl rec story brick building directly in rear. P. A. Child is the sole Proprietor of the above named Patent for the State of Ohio. Having been two years and a ban in penecuog there Instruments, (introducing various improvemeuta,)end ia systematizing the business of manufacture, is now pre pared to turn out z instruments ci wcca, seeping constantly in process of manufacture, over 800 Melo deons. Attention is called to tbs large instruments with two and three sets ol Reeds, and two Banks, of Keys, as being decidedly superior to any Melodeon ever before made in this country. A Committee of the Franklin Institute at Philadelphia, awarded a Medal for the irsl one made; since which they bsve been improved. rruuis LIST. 4 i Oct. Portable f 60 Oct Piano Stvle - - Its !' " 76 I 5 "2 acta Reeds ISO " " 8 I ( " ' 2 key b'ds, ISO , Piano Style, 1C0 I 6 " t " . teO Pedal Base extra, $25. L. T. CON AN 7', Bavetina.Ohio.will furpisbsnv of Ihe above instruments at th prices published, ssd will war ant each to give sain Is jtion. Each instrument will be well packed in a no it case, without extra, charge. Orders from a broad wl.l be promptly attended to. All orders tor said instruments will carelutty ana romptly forwarded by WILLIAM McCOY. Nov. 8 1 864, tf; Uarrollton, Uh le. DM FRU.iT. Wanted, 1000 Bushels Dry Peaches ft 00. 1000 i Applet, 1 09, CatrolltOB, Nov. 1. 1856. ' CUMJMXGfl at OVWB.