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vorou j pH 00, Carrollton. Thursday. March 27, 1866 -saw JUO KKIlMl IIMG. PlilX & ORNAMENTAL. WI HAVE JL'ST RECEIVED A OR KXCbX-I"8 lent aaaortaboot of tow Jot Ttpi of every r lety being ltcted with groat cart ami judgement, to Mil re. We with it to be dihtixctlt 1 that we bar a good Jet Pbirtir, who can tod will teewaouto, hi. motto ia "Excel r Wo hare a largor aaortroeot of typo, aod can do arm work than mi; offlco ia tali vicinity. H o ouly aak a trial Mareheata and other who waut Cards, Cibcilam, Pamphlets, Blaki, Haedbilu, Bill-Heads, Tickets, PaouBakmss, Catalogues, Will be accommodated in the shortest posible time, and on ttrttt Eseat moderate. , " rp. t t ia Tub Lkjtjoi Case. The case of Dr. Boe- . , ,. . gel against mndry persons of this place, for the destruction of biT liquor on the 22nd of January last, wa. heard on lastSaturd.y before M Helfrich. The trial wa. held in the r .v , . . . Court room. The Defendant, to the suit were ..ura.iiircflooiasBa Ve,,ueorSre neatty ana tfie, ur. Jno. o. Hunter ana tne, Dr. V T, .-l'.-,V- T If flM ... ttVJ W . wy-t-yw, .. - -V"-" - B.Woodward. At the commencement of the . i.l t . j. . , D . ., "J " . I ,7 ' 7 , P"y,c,", ne lds the acknowledged Empe- The trnl of the cue occup.ed from 10 o'clock ror. Both in the tale of hi. medicines and in A.M. until about 12 o'clock at night. At the ' lhe nnmh n( . 1 fflea,e,DM. d in 6 ... 1 108 Dnmlr of pttienU that hae taken them, elote of the proof snd the argument of the he is uarivalled. Professor Hollow.r be. I. counsel,the.Ju.tice;disch.rged Dr. Hunter and bored to .upply the human family with a per rife ; but reerred bis decision at to the oth- manent remedy for th.irdise.se., to which the er defendant, until Wedneeday 1 o'clock P. M., afflicted may hare recourse with a moral cer when J. M. Gould and wife, and Wm.B. Wood- tainty that they will be cured. There is nodi. ward were discharged; and judgement render- ease to which they'.will not affo'rd relief Hi. ed agniast I. Archbold and wife, and V. Tra- Pill, ,nd Ointment, prepared from .elections go and wile for 135 damage, and cost.. from the vegetable kingdom, with great care, We learn that the case will be carried up to will drive disease from the system. Thousands a higher Court. of the most intelligent mind, of all nation. Resit. RECTioNi.Ts. Legal proceedings were instituted before Justice West, of Orange township, on last week, against several citi tens of New Hagerstown for disinterring the body "of Mrs. Mary True, wife of Isaac True, a decease! person ; three of whom have been bound over to appear at the next term of the Probate Court. un luesuny me tun mst. Mrs true was buried in theSherodsviile rave yard ; an it appears that on the fol'owing Tuesday i ight .be wa. dUinlened. Circumstances fat.'., c d aupicion upon tome Physicians in New Hagfs town search for the body was made the body without the head, but with the limbs am putated, was found in a snow bank in a mea dow a short ftttanee from the village the head was found buried near an out house in the suburbs ot the village. These circum atances gave rise to the prosecution against taid persons. We learned the above facts from ona who was present at the trial before the . Juitice. Tub Carson Lkaoi'b held a meeting on W.dneiday evening of last week at the M. . Church. There was a full attendance. Tem P'ratioe speechea were delivered by several gentlem.fl present. We were not there but learn that much feeling on the su' j cl of Tem perate-prevailed. The meeting adjourned to the North, we might then find the entire num njeet oa Wednesday evening next, April 2nd. her of opponents which the friend, of freedom Hove Buknbd On last Monday forenoon the dwelling of Mr. D. H. Moore, near the Railroad, r bout I miles North of this place, was consumed by fire. The fire origi nated, as we learn, from a stovs flue; and when discovered was past arrest. M st of the house hold goods were saved. Mr. Moore was ab sent in town during the occurrence. No More Old Maids or Bacuelors ! We .hall hear no mere of such things. Old maids will be unknown. Old bachelor, will be out of the question. Profc.sor Rondout, of New York, the famous philosopher, baa wholly en ded celibacy, by hi. great book on the "Bliss of Marriage." He unravels the whole myste ry of love. He dissects it scientifically, He give, not only its character and substance, but, alaa for the would-be single ! he betrays the astonishing secret of how to win the affections of any person you desire, in spite of their re luctance; Jolly time for the par.ont ! The book is advertised in our paper to day Dutch man, Wholesale Clothing He use. We invite the attention of our Merchant, and other, to the Advertisement of Geo. A. DavU, of Cleveland, Ohio, "Oak Hall Cloth ing Emporium," in to-day', paper. The fol lowing notice of this House is from the Cleve land Plaindealer : During the past month the iLterior of this old established and well known Clothing house, ha. undergone a complete metamorphose, The brick wall that divided the upper floor sales rooms have been taken out and the front and rear of this part of the Franklin Buildings on Water and Union streets thrown into fine and spacious Sales Rooms. The walls hare been beautifully finished by that master grainer Downie in oak, correspon ding with the other part, of the establishment and now rendering the house besides one of the finest store in the city, a Oak Hall indeed. Ten veer, ego Mr. Davis first commenced business in Cleveland, and year by year his trade has been on the increase. From being confined at first to the immediate surrounding oounties, it has continued to spread until it now extendi throughout the entire West. Some 6f the largett dealers in Indiana and Illinois purchase their clothing at this house. Up ward, of two hundred hand, are constantly mnloved in the manufacture ot Homing an of which is done in this city Two cutter. ot wnicn ,. uvu - - ' . Mr I. B. Summons long and favorably known r. a, a. -to v-.i k. I in this city end Mr. ohu Rowbottom are the , .,mnent with add liona cuitera as the emer- permanent who uu.w j geeetet of trede demand. There ere five sale.-, - zstzs c'ofc"g departmeet. Perfect ortfer end ajttesa reigns ia all of tbtee, being lha retail ' ony J" txptrienca nd careful regola twn. Wftingul going Oeniu of the Are . V.i v. .ii u meo. onnga lorln such geniutet as Newton. Shakespeare, Talleyrand, Milton, Nelson. A'apoleon. Washington, Frank lin, Jefferson, Luther, Cromwell and Jackson. Their powerful intellscU compelled tbe.wor.d to admire them. The genius of the present aire is Dram.. n tbe progress of the arts and sciences, this g immeasurablT superior to any former D9" Tbe PrMent century stands pre-eminent tOT :.. mnnA.rfk., A . . . v. i'or 1,1 WonderfuI discoveries in the sc enee and ... ... . .. ,, .... 5. JtZSl ' Z , . . LZTT"' , Wt i ,or ine a,,t ae ol man in whatever elime liesti ny Biy ht?a giren hiia birlh We foriner trlic,e , jn,rc,duced lo our rtmdt.r this UlSllEffUlshed nhvsirien Kn.. :. .1 " . r- "F1""' ' , ready engrarted on the world's history. At a , Dn. .;.:. v. ... , . . , ; PJ ''. M hat copied Nature, and among l mm i m . .i -I. ...i L m. M r!.linrrilla1i0l in mmvw -- fc HJ . " 6"" v- "pucre oj me tile statesman, plii!ntlirophisl.,conqueror,and those whose highest aim is to do good to their fellow men, unite in their praises ot the remedies dis covered by Professor Holloway for Ibe removal of disease. In uniting in this general recommendation of the remarkable virtues Holloway'. remedies we only perform a Christian duty, which the prers I should never neglect. Those who are eminent 1 e .i. - .. . . . . i.or me g-.oa tney doin the world, have a just claim upon lh. (jress for aid in extending the good to the extent of their power. Therefore, we luve determined to express our opinion that Holloway ' Pills and Ointment are adapted to the removal of disease, and have restored mil lion, of the lick to health. Xeto York Atlai. North and South. The disparity between the Slaveholders and non-Slaveholders has oftee been the .ubject of comment. By the last census we learn that the whole number of Slaveholders was ire hundred and forty-tevtn thousand five hundred and twen'y-Jive. A very small por.ijo of the entire population ; yet this class rules and reg ulates the entire nation. The whole number of vote, polled in the Southern States according to the same census was 838,281 ; in the free States, 3.126.373. Could wu estimate the number, of dough-facts in must encounter in the great battle for liberty, now being fought. But, unfortunately, they are like the frogs of Egypt, and cannot be num bered and, like them, go forth to eat our sub stance and destroy what little of liberty re mains. These 347,525 Slaveholders now have entire control of the FeJeral Government The Pres. tdent ha. sold bis manhood to them, and receiv ed in return a mess of portage. They control the Judiciary have possession o( the Cabinet and the Senate, and their tools fill the offices of the nation. At its b'dding all bow ; when it nods all obey. It is bumiluting to think that the 3,128,373 voters of the North and the 490,76'! non Slave holding voters of the South are thus controlled by a mere handful! ct arUlocnts who feed and faten by oppressing and enslaving their fellow men. Yet to suit the purpose and protect the interest of these 347,525 Slaveholders, the whole non-Slavehalding voters are asked to ex tend an institutionjwhich all candid men admit is a curse, into the territories of Kansas and Nebraska. How long will the majority sub mit to the direction of a mere handful of ty rant, and do their bidding ? How long .hall they rule and ruin the nation T Buckeye State. A Warning. The case of a farmer in this county, says the Dayton Gatette, afford, a mel ancholly warning to all produce dealers, who, when the rate, are exborbitant. atill "hold on for higher prices," On Thursday last the farmer io question sold a load of wheat at one of the principal flour establishment, in this city. He got a dollar a bushel for it. The wheal was delivered, but during the process of counting out the money, the "strong man" who was to receive it, seemed severely agitat ed. Convulsive throbs heaved his bosom. A "head" of water collected in each eye, and fed large streams of the same limpid liquid that slowl) couraed down hit cheeks, while the muscles of his face, worked as if they were work ing "by the job." The owner of the mill touched, and at the same lime wondering at the sorrow he displayed, kindly inquired the cause of bis grief. Sympathy was too muoh for the man's feelings. He was obliged to bur ry his face in his handkerchief to smother the tremulous boo-hoo's that made every atom of his stalwart frame quiver like calve's foot jelly, while he replied: "My son John could have had a dollar and seventy-five cent a bushel for this very wheat two months ago. Kanzas The Free State Legislature of Kan- 00 tbe 8lh mst.,lected A. H. Reeder and Joteph H, Lane, U. S. Senator. Every thtng J . j , Brown lhe mrjr now a m,nuc, wT We thai week gire Hoe. Jno. A. Biag tywaeB em the KaaEateoatMUtd slecboa. entire, which on aceoant of iU length deprivoe t of oar atual miscellany. Bet we feel well aMurad that our reader, will readily eieeee u after a careful perusal of the speech. It is the voice of a freeman, the represents, of e free tW At the recent term of the Court of Common Plea, of Jefferson county, a delega tion of four wa eent to lb. "Intiitntioo at the mouth of the Olantengy," to-wit: the Ohio Penitentiary. Amongst these waa Samuel Qroff who was sentenced to hard labor in that institution' for Wk for the murder of Mr. Bur son, a ciliaen of Jefierton county, near Rich mond, some lime laat summer io attempting to obtain his money, U. S. Magatin. The March number of this uoptralled monthly ia on our table. It contain, a portrait of Henry A. Wiae, Govern or of Virginia, accompanied by a brief tketeh of hi. life. There i. not a Magazine that comes to us we hail with more delight than tbi.monih ly. Price only 81, 00 per annum. Address J. M. Emerson or Co., New York. Psterson's itagatine, for April has arrived as usual, in good tim. With the Union News we accord: "Our bjttr ha'f" priies this Main line highly, and could not possibly do without it, in fact, she would be so "cross" that we should be afraid of the broom handle when we entered tbe door, but jast present this Mega sine. and all ia .un.hire at once. Gentlemen who have scolding wives just try it." Price 82, "0 per annum ; 3 copies, 85,00; 5 copies, copes, 87,60 ; 8 copies, 810.OO. Addrees Chas. J. Peterson, No. 102. Chestnut St., Phila delphia. Christain Magazine. This monthly devo ted to Philanthropy and Religion has again greeted us. It is a welcome visitor to our ta ble. Published by John Boggs, Cincianati, 0, at 91,00 per annum. Journal of Htalth, Published by W. W.Hall M. D. New York, is the title of a monthly that should find its way into every family in our land. "Health is a duty" is its motto and its pages are devoted to this subject. Price 81, 00 per annum. The March number of the Ladies' Wreath, aUo of the Family Keepsake, has been received. These beautiful monthlies are pub lished by Burdick dt Scovill, No. 8 Spruce St., N. Y. at 81,00 each. On the 17th Jan., by Rev. R Merrill, Mr. Joseph Brothers and Miss Laviaa all of this county. Thompson, On the Oth inst., by John West, Esq,, Mr. James I. Roby and Miss Susan Moreland, all of this county. On Wednesday, the I9.li inst., by Rev. D. P. Mitchell, Rev. Joseph Teeters, of Barber county, Yirginia, and Dorinda Fawcett, of Ibis county. We are under obligations to Miss Dora for her kind remembrance of the printer, by an elegant cake. We congratulate the happy pair and wish them long life, health and prosper ity. Nctu 0perial Notice Holloteay's Ointment and Pills the best rem edies for the cure of Female Complaints, The extra ordinary affect these Pills hive upon al complaints pe culiarly inonlental to females, would appear incredible to the citizens cf the Union, if it were not confirmed daily by the wonderful cures they effect in the various States. It is an unquestionable fact, that there is not ny remedy to equal them for exterminating suffering from the softer sex,partlcularly for young girls entering into womanhood, therefore all are requested to give them a trial, which will insure their rocommendation. B. Land for Sale. Pursuant to an order of the Probate Court of f?arroll County, Ohio, I will offer for sale tt public outcry, on toe premises. On Saturday, the S9lb day of iArch, A. D. 185fi, tbe following real estate, situate In tbe county of Car roll and State ol Ouio, to-wit : "The JVorth ha'f of the South-west quarter of sectiou twenty-eight, of township thirteen, o' range four, of the lands sold at Steubetville, Ohio, subject, however, to the dower es tate of Nancy .Daniel, (formerly Marshall) set off by metes and bounds. The land ia of t good quality and valuable. Appraised at fl,U00. Terms. One third in band, and residue in two equal annual payments, with interest, secured my mortgage on the piemises. Bale to begin at 13 o'clock, noon of said day, and close before 4 P. M. AINAY'UAN DANIEL, Guardian. of Gilead Marshall. Feb. 21 , 18B6, td. pr. fee t2 50. NOTICE. Sylvester Walltee.PIIT against Before John W. McLaren f a Justice of the Peace of William Raruhousc.Def't. Orange Township, Carroll County, Ohio. On the 29th day of February A. D. 1 856, said Justice issued tn order of Attachment in the above action for tbe sum of Fifty Dollars. SYZ-YSTAR WALLACE. March 13,1856. NOTICE. James Forbes, Sen. Pl'ff 1 Before John W, McLaren against a Justice of the Peace of William Barohonse.Def'l. ) Orange Township. Canol County, Ohio. On the 1st day March A. J. 1656, said Justice issued an order of Attachment in the above action forthe sunt of Alghty-two dollars A Eighty six cents. JAMES FORBES, Sen. March 13, 185. NOTICE. Mahlon A. Boyd, Plaintiff, j Before Martin Bower, t against (.Justice of the .Peace, of Sarah Houseman, Defend't ) A'ose township, Carroll county, Ohio, On the 37th day February, A. D. 1856, said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above action, for the sum of eighty two dollars and sevety fivecents, probable cost, twenty fire dollars; and that tid ease will be lor trial on the 11th day of April, 1856 tt 11 ooek. A. M. U. A. BOYD. Marts i, H35 1. ESTATE OF JOSEPH COX. Notice U hereby given that the undersigned hts been tppoiuted and qualified ts Administratrix, with tbe will tnnexed, on the estate of Joteph Cox, deceased, late of Carroll conntv, Oblo. Jaieh , 188. MAAY COX, MARKETS. pj0Br ' Wheat (red) ' " ( bite) Tjimolny d Cannot 86,00 95 1.00 2,60 18 - 86 - 7 - to 30 Ky - - -Clover Med Dried applee Dried I'eacbea Egg. . . . Salt . . . Hamt 8idea - Shoulder. - Beeewax Fish -Oats Corn . fl-nro o . Ciia. aek ii, ImJIH, Suprrlne, per bit Kitra, . . . . WHkAT, White, per be., . . . Kwtt, . . 008UT, .... OAT8. .. tLOVEfSKED TIMOTHY " " POTATOES, . . BaMM "... CUEIVE.Oood, p.fib .,. BITTER, Prisst, . . LAKD, ptr lb. TAI.LOW, ...... 008, per do.., SALT, . . parbW.. . . I Itl . C7 1 40 1.90 3 tt 7 l,"0 to Lt8 io II 10 10 IS 1.74 Saw Yoat, Afarcb 2i 14.1. 7,37 FLOUR, iaperSoe, extra, ,' WHEAT, whit., par ba. 11 red 11 CORS, perbt'. OATS, . rOlt, old mesa, per bb! " new " ' BEEF, country meat, ' "city " LARD, " . BUTTER, State, per lb. " Ohio, " - t,4 1 70 tt 16,23 1,00 ,7 J,00 .10 11 ,S9 LET US REASON TOGETHER. HOLLO WAY'S PILLS. WHY ARK WE SICK ? ' " iv . It has been the lot of the human race to bo weigh ed down by diieaM and "utTering. Holloway'e fWk are ppccianj tempi io me reliet ol Ine veak, tbe .Ner rous, the Delicate, and the lufirm. of all climea. aea. fexes, anJ constitutions, frof. Holloway peronaliT uperintendn the manufacture of his medicines in the I mted States, and offere them to a frc and enliebten- cd people, as the best remedy the world crer .'aw for lhe removal ot disease. THESE PILLS PURIFY THE BLOOD. These famous 'ilia are eiDreW combined to oper ate on the Btoaiach, the liver, the kidnetr, the lun-rs, the akin, and tha bowel, correcting any derangement in their functions, ruriliing the blood, tbe very foun tain of life, and thus curing diecaaein all its fcrtr.s. . T.rtr.tA am Lirsa Complxiiits. Nearly half ths human race have taken there Pills. It has been proved i in all parts of the world, that nothing has been ,'jund equal to them in cae of dworders of the liver, dya - nmitia. and etntnanh cnmnlnintd ..r.npII Tliev noon r i ' t. i ' r.".' " r give a healthy tonelo these organs, however much de ranged, and wuen .; other means have f illed. GgNiaai Dx;iiLiTT, III Ilrairu Manv of the most despotic (iovermnen's have opened their (,'mlom llousts to the introductioa of these Tilla, that t) ej mav become t'ic medicine of the masse".. Learned Colleges admit that thi medicine is the best rcmedv ever known lur persons of delicate health, or where the system ha been impaired, as its iavigorating pro- pcitics never tail to atlurd relief. Female Complaints. No Female, vouns: or old. I should be without this celebrated medicine, It cor- j rects and regulates the monthly courses at nil periods, ilf'lil.CT ill 1)1 iiiv ...A. lllpn . nl...m T, . nljA (Ka I..... ' and safest medicine that cau be given to Children of al: ages, and tos any complaint ; consequently no family should be a it t out It. Hollowity'ti Pills are the best remedy known in the world for the following Diseases ; Asthma Dianhcea Indigestion Stone and Gravel Bowel Complaints Dropsy Influenza Secondrj Symplons Coughs Debility InfUmation Inward Weakneis Colds Fevcr.and Ague Venereal Affections Liver Complaints Chest Diseases Female Complaints Worm, of all k'ds Lowness of Spirits Costiveness Headaches .Piles Dyspepsia. Sold at the Manufactures of Prof. Holloway, 80 Maiden iane, New York, and 244 Strand radon, by all respectable Druggists and Dealers of Medicine throughout the United States, and the civilized world' in boxes, at 25 cents, 61 1-2 cents, and 1 each. (9 There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N. B. 7)i rcc'.ionR for the guidance of patients in ev ery disorder are affixed toeaeh boa. Feb. 28, 1RS6. ly SEVASTOPOL NOT TAKEN c OMEUPTO TnE INEXHAUSTIBLE DErOT OF Samuel G, Perrv, at New Harrrisbureh, and btiv your leather at his 7'annery, to cover your bare feet, at the lowest prices lor cash, also credit as usual, fring along your bides, and get the highest prices fur them in cash. .Sadou?, lor 'he use of gentlemen and ladies, leiiien ana inuir.-, . . . of the latest styles and ol 111 uuiww.o tniui. w.uv O S ' - " - J "1 Am. Amt.rp anil i.ei vfinr nirnnaj r.r everw np.nr n . . .. . . I ion, at the lowest rates. If vou wish to go borne with dry feet enclosed in nice Bootj or Snois, call at his Boot and It Lei 60 10,00 87 1 .87 M t,37 " ,0i i.- Shoe store, tnd save yourselves 1 '7 1 and that at the next w '. ' from conghs and eo.de, ,nd last i J'StZZ. but not least, Doctob Bills! your expensive Only to think of it, for $S 00 worth of Parry's FtETlSTlvr, you may save $100 worth of a Doctor s CTRitivE medictneB. SA.SrVEL G. PERRY, New Har.iaburgh, 0. February 14, 18S6. flmo. NOTICE. John Brooks administrator ) Pending in Common of William ilusler.deceased, f Pleas Court of Carroll 1 c. inn tv and State of Ohio. Benjamin Swangle, ct al. f Smylie and Maria, Ins wile, wno are oenevea to reside 5injamln Swangle, Jacob nerold, and the other un- in Washington county., Iowa, that on the 23rd. day known heirs Of Joan C. Swtngle, deceaied, will ! of February, A D. 1856, the plaintiff filed her petition take notice that on the I8th day of February, A. D. against them in the tourt of Common 'lea ol carroll 1856, John Brooks, as administrator of William Bus- county, Ohio, where the i same is pendme The Pet. Icr, deceased, filed in the Court of Cimmm Pleas of . tion states that on the ffrst laj ot April, A D. 1854, said Carrol 1 county, his petition, setting forth that, on the said Smyl.e and wife Pendanu, executed and de the 14th day of March, 1819, said J an C Swangle , Hrered to the "H1!, C0,nTe then in life, execnted mortgage to William and ot- lag to her property in the town of New-Hagersiown eph Busier to Kcu,e the payments four several prom- Carroll county Ohio tOf wit : Le t.twwnt, (W). and iwrv notes of even date therewith, and falling due re a part of lot No . J; (") fr"""g spectively on the 1st day of November, 1849, 185", on effcrsot. street, and being part of said lot. That 1851 and 1852, amounting to two hundred dollars in I said mortgages were given in part for the purchase the aggregate, on t number seventy-two, in Robert's money of said lob, and tbe moneys coming ti the 1st addition to the town of Carrollton. J hat alt r giving said notes and mortgage, said Swangle and sanl Zfusler both died, leaving said mortgage entirely un paid. That Said He-old is now in possession of said lot Said putition prays lor the sale or sam im, anu for tha payment of said notes, Ac; and that at the next term of said Court, be will ask for an order to that ef fect. By E. R. ECK l,K his Att'y. Fwb. al. 18, 4w pr(eef3,75 NOTICE. Jacob Gladden, Jr. ) The State ot Ohio, tarroil v county, Court of too. mon Catharine Gladdrn. ) Picas. Divorce. Notice is heitby given to Catharine Gladden, the de fendant, (who Is supposed to reside in Henry County, Iowa) that on the 29th day of January, A. D. 1856, the FlaintUT, Jacob Olteeen, r .ner . ... mm , - Petition against her in said Louir, wci.cn win oe or he tringtt the next term the.eol. The said petition ' charge, the amid Catharine, with wilful. bs.nce for mor. than three years, horn the Petitioner snd s.k. that the marriage contract existing between them tnty be can- celltd tnd the pttliet reieaseo iro tn ooujrauwwa OBIIgtUO thereof; and (eg gene , I reK.I, e. V AM BRimi, itb.l, lS,-w, pe, attorney rev t pit. ' . BRIGS, DRIBS. me-i.tii.. Ucteaa, r.,u,Wla,aeij...,k. fc, .U aa low, il Ml a liula tow,, data, caa be pw.-Utcd V star, ia ll eaaart.. That U.I Un u,m M-l! taw he !.( t.f .tatei iowaa, .ml ef tto state. Jou I baxt.vr Ml to n.rnl Dm. U.lasj. if. pEMCatK .y. A Itayt let. M rtttrtt tt RAXrA.t1tD.tE Hu. OE ai,d IjuZ 07 U 0,1, at U HAXTARV. , tOP.lL Vj I Har, Wti tt he . at &lact Varuiah, I .acker, mm i, IIhhi AXTER'd. HI HO a UAIK KLaIuKAK A law bottlaa kft warranted to reatore bale on any bead tha t ba bald. AUo UjJ , (iOjea Gloaa. lur 1m if.in. ,k. bairat BaYTE 4 tvE rmtw,,;,;.,.., .-T il RkHwft a If Am U . K -1 -it i. m . 1 ........ ,. ..... a la'iiamc i reitit ifcj. haifr, U MawBWIal losnopula. medi cioaaof tka :.... BAXTlhS. PAIST.-. Varuiah, flraUu aid Maikir Bmha at SkXTf.lt'f:. latle ol bio. ftrrnll Coanly t. . Ulrica or tna MBWee Paoairt i T ...... . CarroHtou, Feb Jl, 1. ( UEfullowineaceoonu of Eaeautur., Admiiwtrat- r tod (Juardiana bare been filed in tl.ia oflee. arid tre Bwt lor baariag on Monday, the MSB dar of Aoril. A. t). lii.i.at 1 o'c k P it nf a.. ...a continued Irom day to da anti! all are dirpoaed of tbe ..... www penoency oi wnicn Accountaula and others v T , ' .iuu. wi .wiwnq? euntr, einiuuura BBf lki .V. Milntr, d .-.', Fintacconntof SylreiterWatUee, adarini.) rator tha eatatc of Tbo maa Itallace, deceand. r.rr, MiCOUUl or n .inUVCJ , ai'.'llil-UAtOf with will anceied, of Jamen B. Bv-.lly, deceased. 1rat account of Samuel AV.en, executor of will of Joaeph Allen, dex.rated. Urn account of Jame Haneh. executor of the Uat iM of llenri Cari aban. decraed. JOHN tf. TRIPP, Probate Judge. TUf. WUNUtH UF THE . Gh. Dr, Tobiaa' Venetian Liuiment, h warranted to core Cholera, Colic, Sea. 8 ckne o Id Sores , 8welli:,g,Tootb ache, Headache and painaoi all kind, or r.o pT. (iitEAT CURE Of JOsaaVlATUJr. Capt. Cornstock of the Steamer Bal'ic (Coirins Lice) waa cured of a serere attaet f Chronic Alieiimetitm in a few dayi b) Or. TuOiaa' celebrated Vei.eliati Xiui menu cksr. of oroi.rR.t. Mr. John Wright of the firm of J. Wriglit A Co.. Xn. 151. Chartiem .Vtreet, New Orleans, was imniedi.telr , c ireJ of .eterc attack of Cholera by Tobias' Liniment, VOMITIVO AND COLIC. Mre. Joeph Sicholl of JNa M E-x Street. .Vaw ' V...k - - t . m . fi; i Lal-eL. I Dr. Tobiaa Venetian Liniment. . .. " ...tuvi .. . n r. vi -t .. .uu , wawnaaw wy ! Depot, 00. Courtland L, N'ew-Tork. Sold by ali the Druggi!, price 24 k 40 eta. Azent" C. A. ieonleanj J. C. lUiter. Carro'lton T Wiaud, Harlem Spring; Ili0l.laud and 'Lgb Ilania burgli. -ot. 29-1SI5. CIGARS AND TOBACCO I am atill manufacturing, and have on hand t good aaortmenl of Havana, Principe. Ilaif Spaoiih and common cigars, til of whic'i will recommend ihemeel vea to purchasers who may be pleaaed to call and ex amine. A full assortment of chawing t bacco, of tbe moat . i choic. ' cnoice, and popular brand, aelected especially fjr i retail trade alo ; nrorr, ntn and jmoking ion co. A complete asaortmeat of Spices, common and Fancy candies, N'uta, Fruits and Cjnfcctionaries gooerailr all of which will be sold 'CHEAP FOR OiSH.' Shop opposite J. P. Cummiug's Store, Main Si Carroll ton, Ohio. JAMES G0.MXJN, Jan. 81, 16IS If. NOTICE. Bute of Ohio, Court of Commrn Pleaa, Carroll County, ) April Term. 1856. James Brown j In Partition. vs. I Philip Miiler, James Aft!- 7'hilip Miller, Her, Edward Miller, Jack et al. (aon Miiler, John Miller and iTliza Brown will take notice, that on the 6th day of September, A. D. 1855, Jamet Brown, the petition- er Gled iu the office of the Clerk of the C' urt of Com mon fleas of said Carroll eounty, his petition against ihero, which is now pending, whereby he demands partition of the outh-Weft quarter of section twenty two, in township number lourteeti, of itnge fix, in said' Carrol! count;; and that the dower tttale of said Eliza Brown, be essigncd to her; and that at lhe A pril term of said Court, said petitioner trill demand that an order be issued accordingly. E. R. EL'KLET, tt'y, for Tatitioner. Feb. 14, 1866. 6w. pt fee 8 60 Notice il Partition. Albtrt K.Hai es, ) wa, V In Partition. Jol n S. Hairs, ct al. ) John S. Haines, Thomas E. Haines, Rebecca Ann n.in Uanraret Matilda Haines, Joel Maine, and Elizabeth Haines, Jo'eph Bcnnet Perdue, Willard Per due, Eveline Perdue, aod He rry l-erduc, ami iiani an llains (widow) will take notice that a petition was filed UUOM them on tHe 13(n Qiy oi Penrury, icvo, u uwm n,t f fnmmnn Plea, of Ceirol! Coutitv, and State nf nhin nd ia n iw nendir.e wherein by Albert R Uaine wherein he demands Partition .- - .r . i. .li.i. ri. 1. The west ha quarter of Sectien three, in Township sixteen and liance Six. 2na. me .oriu-wei q.iar.e, ui ...r uu.u- west Quarter, of the Section Townsh'p B, A'auge afore- . . -. . r- i t- .. : I .it..... in I ,rr i I 1 it 1 .1. aru Fortv acres out ... ... iv..i l.ll f .ho n,.tl. n. ,n n II I'llll III I lit. 1. r? linn ui w." . " ' of Section thirtv-four in Township .Seventeen of Range Six. 4th. also fifteen acres out of the South west corner of the East half of tbe quarter. Section, Township, and Range aforesaid, situate in Stark Coun- - . rr l " 1 C a - - UrUCI wUttW UlllVIUtl. aAtttw w i ALBERT f.HAINHS, by '. P. VKLAY, hi Att'y Feb.Sl, 1356. 6. w. pr. fee, 5,2'. NOTICE. Sarah Morrl-.on, TS. Samuel Pmylie, t Maria Smvlie. his wile. I The Sute olOhio, Ctr oh Co., Court of Common Pieas. I Notice is hereby given to the Pefund.intt. Samuel Plaintiff, i named in hve several nromiasorv votes made by said Samuel Smylie. to tbe Plaintiff two in her individual capacity, and two to her as Guaru.an of the Jfinor Heirs of her late husbtnd, Alexander Morrison, all bearing date Apiil 1 1851. Cue for f 72,S:t, due on the 24th, March, 1855, with interest from March 24, 1854 ; and one (or 72, 32, due March 24, 1856, with interest from March 24, 1 854 ; which notes were para ble to the Plaintiff, as Guardian ; and the two notes payable fo her in her individual capacity, one for fifty dollars ( 60) duo Afarch, 24, 1855, and tbe other for fifty dollars due March 24, 1856, both bearing interest from the 24, March 1854. That she has paid the taxes of 1855, on said property IJ.OS. The prayer is for a iiidnment forthe moneys mentioned in the notes that I art due, and for the aniouni paid for taxes, and for a ; sale of the mortgaged premises, and that the proceeds of the sale be applied to the payment ol all the moneys mpntioned in .hVmortraRee. and for general relief. iathcrafore, herebv, given to the defendants "Vin d court, on Jr before the 14h day of J 'ritm. nd ple.d answer, or demur to taid P ; wPiU b, ploete'ata on, ,lld ordt, PeU"n' ,r, , aceorX.lj. At. YAN AROWN. i " - Attorney for riatuMB. Fb. f8, 11 COMMERCIAL COLLIOI, COLUMBU. OHIO. The Mot Thorough tad Prutkal XeeMbV tntlenlnthe Weet. raKs : For ruIlCoaraa, ioetoJmj ll ad i anew. Fnr InMi'Qune i:i LiiUm na,l-i.nt. rnilK Pmpri-tw tab rrwat pWarort k til rwataa j 1 "" tur lh eutuji.-.g ata ai praiatwaaaj 'urem hich wttw Barked Ut i caraor of tbali Iuauta. "" -1"f itaesuWi.hw,ent at lha Caplul, ...d aUaaa. iU' ittm 10 "aewed aJrrtH lo aaet, la tho atwal :-.-nr.r.ther.r,dl.. ....,. .rt4 lm a m Dracliral and mrnx. ..nam rour.. of . . r cipai. io beaf r Bar kin. and ComaaerewJ U.iuaea. aV auted by educated and aceasawKeKed gent'enwn bat ! I bun lo brtiie lo a Jgie ol p'rtiietloo a rya. trm of SWeatirg rrKMD ii.atrariior, by oral eserriatt i : attained by asy other inttiiuticn. Earh aladaut 'T thia BM procata, ia drilled at lhe dcak, tndlTtdoal ly. Mep by step, ai til he baa maMered i t w bota ruuntine i ai Aceon "taut'a duties aa lhonuKbly a. thowfb be bad at ed an appreoticcahtp bj aoaia iarta Commernal llotua : ai.d'bu all awkaardi.waa, (altac iog and er itcgiout b!aoiara are, n t great btafeaj di..ir..( Io addiUw to our engagement aiatenta, we hire mm rec. ei il earrl.-ta of ,r'" "J" fmir.ant lecturei lu Olm io leofire on Of Paawaww stBffewBj O-ireourteof ir.iriKtion ia lyt etanded St na ef uUriia here, rmt it eit.res arrrr ih'nr co iftmi wih doiible entry bci.k ktrpii g.'wiili frwa aatd ftal ' ii 'I in Ki.i t he pi ..it-: ' ommercial twBff, and eatery neriial Hep, Comrocrcia; Geogn Producta, Couoereial Calcaittitaw Ia'" a ( Kn rrapi.y, l.'oruaie. cwi . I ttWtaj Ecoaray i'artnerip; Aa. Mtrc:;;..e, Law, Ethic of Tia le THE AADIA'a' DA''ytRTUEVT U tow open for the reception of Ladies. No tBStha. tior. in lha Hi ion imparl a more thorough or inter aa. in. course i., thia Uepartrrenl. , lu concl iJon, we wou'd add , that we ihail pot forth our beat rfiortt lo merit in a atill more eminent degree, the flattering recaplioi. with which our enterprise) bat mat, and pledge ourse'.ve? to impar t a rcore thorough, prar icml courie of BttMawtB. lnatruciion than can b formed at any other stBBBBf Mrrcanti College. AmoLg tbe many recommcdations, we gir tbe fol lowing : "?. the unleriim"d uka r,l bteatore in tniil.iuw that we are nenonallr acnuaintMl with Mr. amS abiliiy aa an Accounu-.t, and tetcber ol Book keep. tat, which U of the highest ord..r. He hi hid uperierce a- an Accountant; in hearr Commercial and uai.king Houe. which gire- him aunerior ntcaltia I. in pirtmg a practietj knowledge of Book keeping, tad thorough Commercial Zducttion. ' V J-ALLES. VL: 9- ' raaiocnt oi rarmera Vaaa into. LOUIS ANDKErVH, President uf Kenyoo College, To young men who wish to acquire a "busir.aaa Id ucttion," we think it afford facilities 'eldon equaled. Mr. Granger has the rare qualification of theoretical knowledge and aptness in teaching, added to prattical Counting Room ezptrieriee, ai d we (eel confident that Eradiates from his College will be fully competent le keep the mot complicated set of Books. A P. ST"SE, Wholsale and Retaul Merchant. J, J. IJMBT, Sec'y B'r l of Control, State B, a J. '. I'vthK, Book Keeper at D. T. Woodbory'a, D. OVERDIER, Book Keeper.! Clinton Bank. H. Z. .If ILLS, Sec'y Co'umbaa tTastnd Coke Co. C. B. MAS'AV, Book Keeper at J. H. Kiltv and Co'a. Fur full particulars, send for circular. tit A Nii A'; and AKMST.'ONO. Proprleiora, Feb. 14, 1856. 18 aa. AiTACHMENTT- Ehas Knisley, riaintiff, i Before John Wet, t too vs 1 1 ce of the Peace, of Orange Samuel Lyons, Defeod't ) township, Carroll county, Ohio. On the SS.id day of February , A. D. 1856, atid Jua tie issued an order of attachment, in the above action tor the sum oftwenrv-five dollars. cVei-burgh, Jfarch 6, 156 3w. F-IIAS KXIS1.BT. ATTACHMENT. 7nomas Thompson and i B.-lore A. V. Cruai Israel Thompson, Plaintiffs, f hacker. Justice of the again?! i Peace, of lirown town- I John Sinclair, Defendant, f. ship, Carr"l! county, Ohio Oa the 14tb day of February, A. D. 1U6, said Jos. , .see issued an order of attachment iu th above action, or the sum of one hundred and fifiv dr Urs. iireh 6 h. lr5G, tw T. A I. TIIOMPpO-V. LOST! LOST!! LOST!!! I hereby warn ail persons sgsl n't p-irchasing or bar iog anything to do with the fol.owing described note ol hand, supposed to have been lut or stolen out of the mail. The note was executdby Henry Weaver, Sep tember 8lh, 1853, and made payable to Mary A. Wear rr, or bearer, calling for one hundred dollars, dee A pril let, 1857, without interest. Sail note ia aectred by mortgage, which is nf record in Catrollton, Ohio, "Reco; 1 of Uortgagea" No. 1, pages M and Il7, wblah record bears data Ootober '2, 1854. January 31, 196. ?4 au. MARY A. W9AYH. vnrm ft n Valentine 7"rudale, Pi'ff 1 Before John W. AfcLtrea. aoalost. - a ftwritt of tbe Peace of .-;. ., . T.r. t y ' 11 , imam narnnoLso, l'ei i j craaun lownsi.ip, .;rMii Mi l ' l-il.. l-'....I. UlUCrill aiHKUIUl'ni iti ... ...... action for the sum of two hundred and sixtr one dol lars and fiftr-elght cent1. VALENTINE TRUSDAL. March 13. 1S56. NOTICE. Samuel Barniouae,Pi'ff. ) Beitn John W. McLirtn a against Justice of the Peace of Or- rnniam BirnhouseDft J ange 7ownship, Carroll Co., Ohio. On the 1st day of Jfarch, A. D. 1656, said Jus lice issued an order of Attachment is the above action for tbe sum of sixty-seven dollars and fifty eight cents. SAMUA'L BAASBODS. March 13, 1856. . NOTICE. G. A I. Scott, Pl.iatitT, ) Beforo John W. VcLarta againit v a justice oi ine race, m IPilliam Barnhouso, Delt ) Orange township, Ctaroll countv, Ohio, lm the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1156, said Justice issual an order of attachment in the above action for the sum ol thirty-three dollars and twenty- one cent. G. St. bCf Tt. March 13, lif!. NOTICE. John lloffman. Plaintiff, against Before John W. Mel a Justice of the Peace, of Orange township, Carroll William B irnhouse,)eru county, Ohio. On tbe 3rd day of March, A. V. 1866, said J ustice issued an order oi attachment In tha tbovt action, tit the sum of twenty-one dollar! and twenty one cents. JOHN HOFFMAN. Afarch 13. 1856. NOTICE. Brongh A M'Cutobeon, PItintuTs ) flefort John Me against t Laren, a Justice ol William Bamhouse. Defendant. ) the Petca, of trr anrjc townshsp, 6'a.-ro I c unty Oaio. On the 3rd day c f March A. D. 1356, said Jj3lice Issued an order oi al Uchment, in the above action, for tha "f" hundred dollars. BROUGH A M'CCTCHEOM. March 13. 1M6' NOTICE. N. A I. 3. D'At, Plaintiffs, 1 Before John W. McZa autminei mn. a Justkt of tht rniliam Aamhon?e, 7eft. ) Peace, of Ortngt letLn shin, Carroll county, Ohio. On the 3rd day tf MtrcB, A. D. lfo6, said Justice fasned an order of attachment in the above action for tht sum of forty-s i dollars and ten cents. N. A I. S. MAS. March 13, 1456. c I GARS A good arvittt alwrya on S-.,lri.i.- bi., ......iiWt ts 8te .