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ILnCVLflrrOll YTtPWrtma ari. . rr n 1 Vwtbfn determlMs to oVole to Mfb taleate ntUlton. TharxUy, April 24. 1856 JOB PRINTING, PL1IX V (IHMMI!T1I.. Mf a HAVE J DAT RECEIVED A MOST EXCIL i atse Haunt at m Job Tth i ibiiwhi w m jci Tin d . .. .... we" I salaried with mat ear I MM win aaaie. wwwanii to De DitTiacTLT toed mat we bare good Jos Paitrae, who cm and win acccmmodate, bis motto it "Exosa t" Wt have larfwr JMMt ef type, aad can Ja acme wart than any oflra In A it vicinity, li e t1;ajki trie! -Merehaais and other who want Oabds, CltCCLAM, Pamphlets, J3lahes, Haedbille, Bill Heaos. Tickets, Pboobamkh, Catalooces, "Will t aeeoaaaaoAaUd ;n thi ibortoet potible line, aod on tanas moat moderate. Perry Township At the election for township i (Beers on the 7th last., in bold Perry, the lata Oibrslter of Loeofocoiim, the Hankers were badly defested. The entire Republican ticket was elected. Pierce Democracy was nowhere. The follow jng are the persons elected to the Tanons offices with their majorities, ezeept the Cr Datable who Jtad mo opposition. TnoHt$, B. B. Asaos, 43; Wesley McKean, Ai, Zepheniah Keyes, 40, Treasurer, William jHerron, 61. Clerk, J. B, Gladden, 2. At- Chas. McKean, 16. nosf, On last Tuesday morning we had .quite a snow. The earth waa eorered to the depth of near an inch, and in her robe of white she had a wintry aspect, bnt the warm ays of the sun, as he rose in his might, soon caused tbe mow to disappear. By evening mother earth had assumed her wonted appear JjAws A large portion of our paper this week, is occupied in the publication of the ' taws of Ohio." The only apology we offer is, that we desire to "pv". then) through" as soon as we can, that we may give our readers .the usual variety of reading. School ! School 11 Pursuant to notice giv ,en, the undersigned has opened a school for .the coming Summer, in the Lisbon St., school room. All intending to avail themselves of ,its benefits would do well to be in attendance .immediately. There is room for several schol ars yet. Terms moderate. Carrollton, April 24, 1066. W. McCOY. Thanks. Hon. B. F, Wade, Hon, S. A. Dquglass, and,Hqn..J. A. Binghem, will please accept pur thanks for valuable documents. Qodey's Imiy't Book, for May is upon our .table, as gay and as spring like as the wreath oi fiuwerj which it represents. The engra-1 vings are excellent, and the literary articles are .chiefly original (Lad entiieip up with the age. Godey is a trump among the ladies.and always win. Hisnter's Medical Specialist. The April num ber is on our table. This Journal will, the co ining month, assume the tiile of Hunter's Med fi and Surgicjd Specialist But for the present there will fee no change mude.in the appearance' or price of the "Specialist." The aim of the Editor is to make it a reliable guide in all mat' ters pertaining j heajth. Price fl.OO. Address as above, Hew York. Tht Oenins of the Went for April has some Jo hand. The 'Genius' is an original Magazine of Western Literature ably conducted and worthy the liberal patronage of the people of the West. Price tl.00 per annum, AdJreAS as above, Cincinnati, Chio. Republican Campaign Paper at Cleveland. la vjew of the urgency of the occasion, and tbe jmportaLceof an enlistment of the press to its utmost extent, in behalf of the .Republican movement, it is proposed to issue early in the month of Hay, a campaign paper, to be called THE BACKBONE; to be continued until the 'residential Election, and devoted to no in dividual or local purpose, but to the earnest and emphatic annunciation of the Facte and arguments of the Republican cause, and for tha Cause take, the hearty support of the nom inees of the 1 7th of JunA whoever they msy be. The B ic&BOHK will be issued from the of fice of the Clftieland Morning Leader. Cleve land. It will be of respeotable siie, on new type, and in best ityle of typographical art. It will be issued weekly. Singles copies 91 00. When ia packages of 20 or more, to one ad dress, 50 cents per copy; Payment invariably in advance. All letters and remittances to be addressed to John R. Frekch, Cleveland. Ohio, Christine; or Woman's Trials ahd Triitmprsi By Lmra J. Curtis. A Handsome Volume of 384 pp., Covered in Cloth. Price 81.00, Dewitt A Davenport, Publishers, 160 4 162 .Nassau st. New York, Through the generosity of the publishers we have received a copy of the above work in ad vance of its regular issue. Those who open this book with the idea that tbey are about to peruse the usual stereotyped story of some love-sick damsel, who had to en dure tbe customary trials of estrangement from the man the loved, the persecutions of pretend ed friends, and other moving incidents which compose the staple of modern works of fiction, trill be sadly disappointed because its aim and scope are much higher and nobler. Christine is m girl p)aced in a position which gave ber go opportunity to cultivate a mind blled with ardent longings aqd high aspirations, and which not being properly appreciated or understood, an kept in check by (hose who have charge of her culture and early training. Finally, overcoming tbe difficulties that be- st her. she dnnks deep a, the fountain ot knowledge, and becomes all thatjwoman should be accomplished and fascinating. She lores i. but not wiself-1. dissmrftrted. and an end she had prerfonsly contemplated that of the elevation of her own sex, in their moral and physical position. In this endeavor, she meets with reach, fierce opposition from ber relatives; even her lather aod aunt persecute ber so bitterly, aa, by false representations, to have her decoyed into an asylum for the insane J C . - .. . . ana conuoea mere. st. ultimately triumphs over all their machinations, pursues the noble anii.i. .LM 1 . IS .mm ... w-.w.w OM marsea out tor herself, and is fli t mm mi -mm a as a w. ... .uwtot o. rescuing many nves of deg rauauon ana misery, to ibis end she deter- mines to devote ber life, but, finally, love tri umphs, and she fills s position which she is em inently calculated to adorn. There is a freshness about thi- book that is truly delightful. There is nothing common place. The author bas marked for herself a new field, aod treated her subject with con summate ability. The intereat it anflaaro-lno- - db ef to the end; and we feel, when we have done that this is the advent in literature or one who will make her mark and take ber stand among the most gifted authors of the day. Republicans in Kentucky, The Newport -Aew of Thursday has a long report of a Republican Mass meeting, held a few days since, at the county seat of Madison county, Kentucky. The call for the meet in Mated that its object would be to nominate del egates to the National Republican Convention called at Philadelphia, on the 17th of June, and to form a County Republican Association. The meeting was held at the Court House, and was quite large. The Republicans organized by calling Wm. Stepp, Esq , to the Chair. C. M. Clay then read a donumeut styled the "Con stitution of the Madison county, Kentucky, Re publican Association," which was, on motion, adopted. Its second and important article is as follows : Art ?, Sec 1 This sociely affiliates its. If with the National Repnblican Arsociation, at Washington, upon thesame voluntary principle, by which its membership is constituted, and it will adopt the platfoim of the Pittsburgh Con vention of "Eepublicans" of the 22J February, 1866, until changed by popular party usages. Sec. 2. This Society disclaims any right to interfere, except by moral influence, with slav ery in the local sovereignties of South Carolina, or Mississippi, or Missouri, oranv other f-tate Sorth or Ssulh ; but avows the right and inten tion of using all politieal and moral means, for the overthrow of slavery in Kentucky and the Union whieh the Constitutions of Kentucky and the United States to which we own alle giance arjow u. Sec. 3. They hold that without law there is uoliberty, and therefore they will reiist all vio- ence and indiscretion, cither for the overthrow or defence of slavery. The following offieers of the Association were then elected : President William Stepp, Vice Presidents Jonathan Heathman, John B. Bogie. John Burnham, T. J. Renfro. Recording Sec'f Wm. H. Bronaton. fWn-i;n . fi. Kev. John O, J ee, Berea, P. 0,. Madison coun a j ay, ivy. treasurer no. II. rUWIingS. Resolutions were passed, among whieh was the following ; Beeolued, That sinee the oligarchy has over thrown the Missouri Compromise by the most flagrant Ureaeh of faith and total disregard of the wishes and interests of the laboring free men of theae States, that therefore, we are In favor of the total prohibition of slavery in any t v rn t t. . ri TT'jo territories of the United States no existing or hereafter to be acquired. o sa- ni a i Uassius M, Uay, after the business had thus far progressed, made along speech which wag ,. . . .. . . b " listened to Willi tbe Closest attention. Rev. J. 0. Fee was called on for a speech and declined ' Then Rev. Mr. Johns, of the Methodist Episeo pal Church, made a pro slavery speech. Ac eording to true report in the Jfatr, when It ip- peared that be was opposed to the Republicans ! u. , I. a L i ., . . Clay in terposed. The Jjmm reporter says; He made a very elaborate defence of the A' merican party against the assuks of Mr. Clay, and among other denunciations of Republican ism, boasted of the mob by which Mr. Brady was driven from Lexington. The highest ex citement prevailed smide't "that's right, pitch in (o them," by Johns' friends, and the suppressed murmers of bis opponents. ,, . , . . . : vv uon ne ciosea, Mr. uiay arose and pressed tbe Rev, gentleman so closely upon the avowal . . of mob law. that hedisavowed any endorsement of thatact ; but said he merely mentioned the facta. The Rer. Mr. Fee then took his brother Johns in hand and seated him. While this was in progresa,another preaoher handed Johns a con v of the New York Herald, in which Clay was denouocedfor being coupled through his assign ee to tell his life estate in trust slaves, and Johns read it. Great excitement follower! All parties sprang to their feet. The report of Clay's remarks, given by the Xews and tbe conclusion of business by the meeting, we quote : Mr. Clay calmly arose. He regretted that gentlemen had felt compelled to show so little magnanimity as to allude (0 bis personal mis fortunes. He considered it a poor oause which descended from reason and facts, to personal insinuation. This people knew him, Such ar guments might be used in Charleston or New Orleans, but not here I Not by pecuniary in terest, certainly, was lie influenced. His father, next to R. Wiokliffe, had been the largest slave holder in Kentucky, his interests were on that side. Not by political election certainly. He had beaten all his political opponents, both in that and the Payette district. The road to fame and office waa open to him. When he returned from the Mexican war. he was ask jj l0gie jp hit opposition to slavery, and he was told no post in the nation was too high for him. Now after he bad eaeriieeel all in this to cease-i. e. aad money. aed family. and friends aad fame, almost life itselfhere, ia hie own home, these ungenerous tans la were brought against him. He had liberated all the slaves be held in his own right. Had he carried those 'trust sieves to Ohio and liberated them he would have violated the rights of Lis heirs aad been denounced a violator of law. and a "negro i . ' thief." Now, since bis misfortunes csused them to be sold by assignees,he waa calumnis ted for the efficacy of laws, which be had so I - ' much struggled to overthrow, and which bis accusers bad, against bis will, kept upon statute book 1 the Here the sympathy and indignation crowd seemed so great that even Mr shrunk under it. He arose end ssid of the Johns he did not intend to csst any imputation upon Mr. Clay's motive Mr. Clay quickly reterted : "Yea, I understand the gentleman a priest is never wanted In indirection 1 the gentleman in dulges in a malignant personal attack, and then shrinks from the odium of it, by disdaining per sonalities. The man's a fool who sees any thing else but personality in that article a gainst the reader of it agair.st the man who handed it to him against the party who in dulge in such warfare I hurl back defiance and indignant contempt I" The effect was e lertric their batteries were silenced, Mr. Clay turned quiekly to the President and said: I move the election of Delegates. The follow ing gentlemen were then nominated and elect ed : Delegates Rev. John 0. Fee, A. E. Me Williams, J. H.jKawlings- Barrson Burnam. Substitutes Thomas Tatum, Jr.; Wm. B. Wright, Frank Bland, T. J. Renfro. On motion the meeting then adjourned, Clev. Herald. M.-0 lue ivepuoiicani ot isew Jersey bad a noble rally at Newark a few days ago, and were addressed by Senator Wade, Mr. Bing ham, M. C, trom Ohio, aod General Nye, of New York. The speeches were received with much enthusiasm. Cleve. Herald. EVERY READER WILL please notice the advertisement descriptive of Mr, Bern' Pictorial family Dible, and send for the Printed Catalogue of our Illustrated H'orka. 7u the uninitiated in the great art of selling Books, we would saj that we present a scheme of nr oney mak ing which Is far batter than all the fcold mines of C'ali fornia and Australia, Jf .tny person wishing to embark In the enter prise, will ritk little bv sending to the publisher f 2s, for which be will receive sample copies of the various works, at wholesale prices carefully boxed, insured, and directed, affording a very liberal percentage to the Agent for his trouble, With these he will soon be a ble to ascertain the most saleable and order accord ingly, Address post poid ROBERT SEARS. Publisher, J81 WiHism street, New York, prlll7, 1855. ffollovay't Ointment and Pilli, astonishing Remedies for Wcrolula Air. Henry Jua, oi Detroit, Jfighigan. was in a most alarming state of heal b, be had been a ereat sufferer from tcrofula lor a number of years, and finally all parts of his body broke out in- to sores, rendering him an oi.ject of horror to every one. ne tnea one be trieu some oi tue uioai reputes remedies anowa but they did not touch his complaint, aad in tha great est alarm he cousulted a friend as to what course be ouf bt to adopt, when Uolloway's Ointment and 'ills, were recommended, whieh he commenced using, and by persevering with that remedies for a short time, be was perfectly cured, after every other remedy bad fail ed. 9 Fits! Fits! Fits! Persons laboring under this distressing malady will find Dr, Uance's Epileptic PAU to be the only remedy ever discovered for curing Epilepsy or Falling Fits, Tiese Pills possess s specific sction on the nervous . 1 . UL 1. .1 '...I ! t V- - jfwtwaaj www wwwvwpsiiwwsfwiwwwaywwwwrj iur hue pur- pose of curing Fits, they will be found ol especial bene- fit to all peisons affiiciedjwith weak nerves, or whose nervjus system has been prostrated or shattered from any cause whatever. The dyspeptic patient, whose umach has lost the power of duly ooavertlng food into a lile susUiuine element, is relieved by a single course 'of these extraordinary pills, The gastric fluid reacquires it8 lTent P,we,' nd "utr'mi,ot.wh'eh "as . a.. A . V.itrAa,t tn tttA BhmirAf nila Ilia Jmu,,,... organisation was paralyzed and unstrung, becomes un der the wholesome revolution areated in the system , the basis of strength, activity and health Sent to any part ol the country oy man, irae oi post 4Re- Address Srrg 8, Hamce, loR Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md. Prise one bos, i two, $j; twelve, 24. April 17,- 4w, GREAT CURE OF PILES Huktsvillb, N, C Nov, 1, 1853, Dr, C, sf, Jackson Dear Sir Allow me to express to vou mv sincere thanks for your discovery of a med icine, which, to say the least of it, has effected a cure that all other medicines tbat l nave taken nave alto gether failed to do. "Hooflands lierman Bitters hare sured me of the most stubborn snd sggravated ease of the Piles that, perhaps ever tell to the lot of man, My case is not a siranecr to this community, as I am well known 111 this ana tne surrounuing counues, aim can truly say that my recovery has astounded all my friendt 'and relations, as I had tried everything recommended. I and nothine did me anv cood until I waa prevailed up on to try the Bitters, Yon are at liberty to make any use of this communication, for the benefit of the afflict- ed, as you may think proper, Truly Yours, prn I8-2W, WJf.J, AT WOOD, On the 17lb Inst., by the Rev. Swanet, Mr Laonard Harsh to Miss Nanot Potter. JA.HKS P. TAMER, WHOLESALE DEALER IN B00TMra,B0MET, HATS, LEATHER, &C. No. 56 Wood Street, PittaburgLi, Pa. Bags leave respectfully to call the attention of his Customers, Msnufacturers, and Country Jfercbants generally to his extensive Spring and Summer Stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Bonnets, 4c, embracing up wards of 3,f00 cases of the choicest and newest stylet, purchased direct from tbe jVew England Manufacturers, at tbe lowest cash prices. Being exclusively engaged in this business, and giving it his undivided attention in detail, and exercising great care in the selection of sizes and quality adapted expressly for Western Sales, be assures Western buyers that be can givet hem the m st entire satisfaction. His stock of Straw Goods in Bats, Bonnets, Ac. It not surpassed by thst of any bouse either East or li'est, and his arrangements with the manufacturers are such, as will enable him to give rare bargains in prices. .Al so on hand, in large quantities, "Home Made Goods, warranted. Customers and Country Jferchant are requested to call and examine this choice and desirable stock, with assurance that prices sha.ll be as low as New York or 1,wawwaWAWAWawawjaWAWJHwXMaWMWMsWAwaBa im Bperial Notices, Philadelphia. Mareb90, lSSt, MARKETS. Cabmolltob, ApnJfS, 1866 Flour . . Wheat (red) " (white 6,00 Rye- 45 10,00 97 1.37 t t.37 0w 95 90 2,76 l 26 7 20 25 Clo ver sed Dried apples -Dried Peaches KBeT" Salt - - - Hams - Sides - - . Shoulders I asset! I Batter Beeswax Fish . Oats Corn . . 07 CisTSAasa, Bupertne. mm U I FLOrR, April, MJ Itlf " Eitra, " . WBKAT, Whiw.parfc,. ". iUd, " COBJf, ' m OATH, ,. tLOVB8rED . " . " TIMOTHY " M POTATOES, . . BKKSa, . OVWCwai, ark BfTTKR.Prim. LARD, p., lb., . . . TALUJW, . . . F,0(!S. ner do Ml i.oo m t 7 1.00 SO "I 17 s 10 1,71 8ALT. . ' par bbl., New Yoai, April 19, 1 161. - I.SO 7.W - l,tJ 1 6) 43 15,5 17,00 - n.17 - ,25 - . jo - JP FLOCR, saperfiue " extra, , . WHEAT, white, per ba. red, -CORV.parbu. -OATH, . PORK, aid meat, per bbl. " new m BKEF, country meat, " "city " LARD, . BDTT1R, Stale, per lb. " Ohio, " - HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. WHY ARE WE SICK ? It has been the lot of the human race to be welrh ed down by disessa and suffering. Hollo war V Pilla art epeciany auapieu to we rebel ot tbe Weak, ihe Ner vous, the Delicate, and the Infirm, of all climea, age, sexes, and constitutions. Prof. Holloway pertoneliy TOperintends the manufacture of h'S medicines in the uuaea states, ana oners them to a free and enlighten ed people, as the best remedy the world ever saw for the removal of diseaae. THESE PILL8 PURIFY THE BLOOD. These famous Pills are expressly combined to oper ate on the tttmach, the liver, tbe kidneys, the lungs, the tkin, and the bowels, correcting any derangement in their functions, purifying the blood, the very foun tain oi uie, ana tnus curing disease in aU its forma. DrtrEratA and Livie Complaihts. Nearly half the human race have token these Pilla. It haa been pioved in all parts of the world, that nothing has been fjund equal to tnem m cases oi disorders of tbe liver, dvs pepeis, and stomach complaints generally. Tbey soon give a healthy tone to these organs, however much de rangea, ana wnen all other means have failed. GtviaAL Dibilitt, Ill'Dealtb. Many of Ihe most despotic bovernmenis bsve opened their Custom Houses to the introduction of these Pilla, that they uiav become the medicine of the masses. Learned Colleges admit that this medicine is the best remedv ever known for persons of delicate health, or where the system has been Impaired, as its Invigorating pro perties never fail to afford relief. Fesule Complaints. No Female, young or old, should be without this celebrated medicine, It cor rects and regulates the monthly courses al allperiods, acting in msny cases like s chsrm. It is alsothe best and safest medicine that can ba given to Children of all ages, and for any complaint ; sopsequeotly no family should be without It. Holloway's Pills are the best remedy known in the world for the following Diseases ; Asthma Diarrhoea Indigestion Stone and Gravel Bowel Complaints Dropsy Infln -nza Soeondry Symptons Coughs Debility Inhumation Inward Weakness Colds Feveriand Ague Venereal Affecikaiu Liver Complaints Chest Diseases Female Complaint! wma f nil i. Mo r , ..fj, n. .: , ' vji ti,-,,,, an . Ms uv.utM ui who ii rWSWWW Headaches Piles .Dyspepsia. Sold at tU Manufactures of Prof. Hollowev. 80 Maiden Zane, New York, and 244 Strand London, by all respectable Druggists and Dealers of Medicine throughout the United Slates, and the civilised world' inboxos, at 25 teats, 03 1-2 cents, and $1 each. t3f There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N. B. J) rections for the nVJanee of patients In ev ery disorder are affixed toeaih box. Feb. 28, 188. ly DOCTOR HOOFLANDS CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS. PREPARED nr Dr. C M. JACKSON, Pbilad'a, Pa. WILL aPVECTUA LIT CURE. Li rer Complaint. Dyspepsia, JauDfJire Chronic or yervout Debility, Diseases of ihe A tdneys, and all disease aratng Jrom a disordered Liver or Stomach. Such as Constipa tion, Inward Piles. Fullness or Blood to the Hesd, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Ful ness or Height in the Stomach, .'our Eruc tations, Sinking or Flattering at the Pit ot the Stomach, Swimming of tbe Head, Hurried and difficult Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, Choaking or suffocating sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness ot vision, uota 01 wens oeiore tne Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In the Bead, deficiency of Per spiration, Yellowness of tbe Skin aud Eyes, Pain in tbe Side, Back, Chest, Ximbs, &c, Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning In the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great, Depression of Spirits. The proprietor In calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does to with a feeling of Ihe ut most confidence in its virtues and adaptation to the di seases for wblcb ll Is recommended. It is no new and untried article, bat one thst has stood tbe test of a ten years' trial before tbe American people, and Its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony in its fa vor given by the most prominent and well known Phy sicians and individuals in all parts of tbe country it im mense, and a careful perusal of the Almanac, publish ed annually by tbe proprietor, and to ba bad gratis of any of bis Agents, cannot but satisfy the mast skeptical that this remedy it really deserving the great celebrity it bu obtained. Principal Office and Manufactorv, No. 9 ABCH St Philad'a, Pa. Sold by C. A. Boeeel. Carrollton. A McLean Au gusta. Bare A King, Norrittown and by ail .Dealers in Medicines. April 14, I8S6. 1 v. JAMES RO BE ii' SON'S EST A IE, Notice ia hereby given tbat the undersigned h.n .r.;,.A a ... .v. v. . , t the last Will of James Robertson )eeeasd. All tons having claims sgainst ssid Estate must present them legally authenticated within one year fresa this date. Jftrea 17, lilt. WI.LAM K0BEKT80I WHER rrOBERTtOAf. Executors. TaDlinu nniTnn teat ha baa - imummj awn UW mmmtm estyaa awes ih tW, a lot es D age. m, Oi.. a DTwav mkm u ramsa, Ola, asat Dyw-ataaV aassb u aa a aula lower Utaa aaa at id eoewtv. TVaawhi a , pricaa to atarit a aanlmSwlw of tee aaae Dee It.llM. sf. JOB C BiXTaTB, P ekhmk ;y. A auge la, teat raweitsd as uxrn, Dr rum. (u Oil, Macl uil, LWajsas uu, aud jo j vr "i , aa HaXTaYRI f 1LT4L, VAUISH, Bmtk Varaete. I mt km, 1 a pen -" " aawt taa, Umi imi, U e Pifil Hl'K'iHAIKKE.7uKAKA let; hawUaa arraaaaal to reaVww aale am -- al lerV- baU. AtaoUjatioktea Gioee, lor ImmXymm the 'L BAXtEh TREj' IP.wJtlm.i ailariie plIt, P.,,,,'. i 7U , J mmmB "'"Oin aw cioatof tb der.al MXTIJrw, THE WONDEH OF THE OK. ajft Tr' Ltotoaaat, la warrantad to ne at, Headacl.e .d p.!,,. of kil, " OrtkAT CCRE Ot HEVMATIHJf' Cape Comatoek of tea a tii Bailie (Coffina l.u. MM cared of . . aiuet of Cu.oo hUJ'j a few days b) Dr. Tubiaa' eelebrrH VeueZT . ti CASlOf CHOLERA. ..!l,viufcn W'jk.',''''r"J,Wi,((U4Co K. ', H ini.i. i,1,..., ar n-t "t'avo., no. ' . " -T. . ? wrwamt.waa iw med kwj - oi ' isoiera by Tobiaa' Liu, VOMITIXG AND COLIC Mrs. Joseph Kieaell of A'o. Is. Hmi Street. .w Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment. "J Depai. 60. Uarllaad St., Naw-York. Sold by all tha Druggitlt, price ii k 40 els. Agent. C. A AVogleand J. C. Batter, Carro'lton- I W-uid, Harkiu Eormw.- ili.-l.U,ui .. u. .7 '.' bgrgb. ' ' nmn Aov. 19-1SS5. ly. tjluAKa AMI) XOBACCfJ 1 am still manufacturing, and have or hai.d a aood seeortnasx,, mi Utfimi Prineip, , 6 ' ' common cgara, alio) wbic', .Ul comol.d the n.ael vet to purchasers who may be pleased to call aod ex- t Oil 06. A full aatortment of chewing Kbaeco, of the mott cnoice, and conn ar hrani1 i a.ai- , iereuntrade'-lae " "-J w. tXL'FF, P1PA'5 AND SMOKING Tl'BCCO A complete assortment ofSnieea , ,, . ...a p ail ol which will be told ' CHEAP FOR CSH.' Miop opposite J. P Cumming's Store, Main St CaitoII. lOD; Obio- JAMES G OJiltJS Jan SI, 1866 If. ' FARM FOR SALE! J WILL 8ALL 7 'US VaHM 6N WHICH I RE 1 side, located il Wachir.etou lowl..hin fWaSsssMAi Ohio, and adjoining the lands of Philip Harsh, TVma , a.uurcw rigieT,auov.iara SiartnalL It col tain 105 acres 25 of Bottom, 25 iq Limber there were 2 acret put out in fall grain, aad 20 for tpring grain The remainuer ia m graan. 1 here ia 12 acres of Ore hart planted in '54 atd 'J5. The Utuae U a seat little fian. oy jz. Tbe above premises will be sold on the most reas able terms ; and immediate posses-ion given March 27. l856.-4 WM. McLBA.V HILI.OItllBIVs Patent Teifgrapbic Water Carrier, HAVING purchssed the right to the said apparatus in tbe townships of Union. Hose. Brown a -- ' vvasnington ano tasi in Carroll county.Ohio. We would inform the citiiens of that part of the county, that we are prepared to aet up laid apparatus on short notice aud reasonable terms. Said apparatus beine fot the niirniu. nr. .1- its .. '.. ' "7 1 --una ui rsuiug uu Kouicjmg waier iroro tne Jprjsg to lh houje, which is admitted to be one of the best appara tus for labor saving in the female department now ii r u 1 : : , .1 - i---r use. Warranted to give satisfaction. N. B. Any communication! for as can be left at the American House' Carrollton, Ohio, W00i)B0RNg A R0CDEBCSH July 12, 18 . t.f. State of Ohio. Carroll County a. a. Owes or the Ji'ooi or Paoaara ) Carrollton. Aor. 24. i5 t flE following accounts of Executors, Administrator and Guardians bsve been filed in this office, and are sal for hearing on Monday, the 12 h day of May, A. D. 185C, at 1 o'clock P.M. of said dav. snd will h,' continued from day to day until all are disposed of tht filing and pendency ot which Accountants and others interested will take notice, viz: Final account of Jonathan Harsh, guardian of hairs of Wnliam llarah, deceased. Samuel Talmar,, guardian of hairs of David falmer, deceased. " " Uamuel a. 1'almer Uuardian beira ot Haviu rainier de ca. " James 4. kail, administrator of Adam Kail, deceated. " " Win. P. McLean, administrator of David If e Lean, deceased. Jackten Hagaman, adminwlrator of Ma ' " rv Ifaewman. deceased. " " Joseph Cellars, adnainittrator of Marga ret McPberrin, deceased. " " Joseph Cellars, axecalorof last will of William P. McPherrio, deceased ' " Boloaon Shehne, execator of ktjt wiH oft 1 " .David Shi line, deceased. First account of tMeti McCarty aad Thomiif. Grif fin, execntora of last will ef John Ktwe'l, deceased . JOHN H. TRIPP, Probate Judge. DR. G. SCOTT, SURGEON DENTIST, aft A Li DAT T Tr w.T amta Office, in the residence of Mrs. fierce, up stairs direct V vKK.w w- ly opposite tne American House. Having; peraaaeitlr loraieii in the above nsmed plane, the underlie. offers his protessioual services to nertnns requiring operations in his profession. His former fa cilitiea have enabled him to become full acquainted with every branch of the dental art; and he ia urenare.i to treal every case, whether it miv invnlva ir,u "" "wis iu me latest and most approved manner. All operations warranted to give satisfaction, dsr Persons waited en at their residences if desired Feb. 28, 1856. tf. SEVASTOPOL IVOT TAKEN COME CP TO THB INEXHAUSTIBLE DEPOT OF Samuel G. Perry, at New Harrrisburgh, and buy your leather al his Tannery, to cover your bare feel al the lowest prloet lor cash, also credit as usual. .Br'ine along your hides, and get tbe highest prices f..r them in cssh. SiDOLis, for be use of gentlemen and ladies of the latest styles and ef tbe most durable kinds i,ome aiong. ana get ywur Harness of every detcrip ion, at the lowest rates. If vou wish to o home with dry feet enclosed in nice Boors or 8boi, call at his Boot aod Shoe store, and save yourselves from coughs and colds, ind last but not least, vour expensive Doctor BillbI Only to think of It, for $5 00 worth of Psrry't raxviirnvt , you may save $100 worth of a Doctor's Craavivi medicines BAMZML 0. PERKY, New UarrUbargh, 0. February 14, ISM. ftroe. LOST! LOST!! LOST!!! I hereby warn all persons against purchasing or hav ing anything to do with Ibe ful.owing described note ef band, tupposed to have been lost or stolen out of the Der-!m,i!: Tiu "MJtIeu,d by "nryWr'r.'.,8' . 1 kcuiLHjr om, WMu uiaue pvnui V9 mwry a. er, or bearer, cabling for one hundred dollars, daa A pril 1st, 1857, without intareat. Said uota it eecwred by mortgage, which is of record iu Carndhon, fkie, "Record of Martgaget" Ne. 1, paget 16S and m, wajan record bears data Ustobar t Uil. I Janury 1, lt.-'4 mi. M tRY A. WTATI3. SPR1XG GOODS, WIISOX, MHIBOI, 4C0. (cWswaort to Ore P SmiiA, A (JJ o 64 WOOD JlKUwf PITTSBURG n PtXTVA ui inpond and IhtmtmlK U,. Iiw4. kua .1 oe Sered 1 1 ?,,, os ... .i..... Apr ! S, )H4 ' Im La L , - O tae CotStsi.ainnB .1 iv...n - - .. .Z Z . " at n.iur klmZV:.:VmZZ ifSS ea , h n ii uoan. in, slttralka tm wmrnnje. where ,h. AfoJ le.rw- ,he I ,.. b. " 9.-1 r, xf The., Ptn , ...MtHSte Uicoc. havrtl, at ne.r tbe r- Bats tf uJiZo J gfflaLa&A'1 5r ' -3 the drain o a white oak rree, r m mad r aasweta Tar t and B. fcau aw. -- " iZZi comar sf B. 9, m km m Ksm W hip on KasN atea at Ska rl,.! mml u.j m North-V, eat ecw.a. to kVi 1st betwea,, Barn. mmZ Jrl W. Roof, sheoae Rs .l.n). C aJgC 9tfmm9A " k-s iswTiln of said Lw2 ATTENTION rHOPBI WT ZT "'t Engin. Companv. IsWai seJrd Uvol M.y, at 3 o'elock P. M in fi r, April T.M.C0LEMA ''fw , - I, LAND FOR SALE. ntawaVM Ul ail ordsr of tks ' . -mm Cn Saturday, tee 17J, day of May, A. D. It5 tew Mag real estate, ailuate in the counlv of OmA snd Fteol (Ino. to wit: He West half of the North ast quaiu-r ol are-.ion twenty-eigfct.. of townahi. tbir- lefrh . f,l rinf. 1r.,.w .,.1,-1 I 1 . . range four, ol ihe Ial I , aol.l t m.l ..:ii. Ohio, hio whjccl. however,. o the dower estate ol Nanr Daniel, (lormerly Mar.L.1, j t off by ,uo: boetadaU . a. V'l 'iof (U4luJ raluable. ' Apnrai.ed at f 1 Tarsaa.-Ona-thirdit, kand, and residue In two equal iusi i,im,i, dAu , " l,I"' n Ihe premiaes. r-j ... lumai, cerured hv mortr Bale to begin at t m ..'.i.'- l . . -aid oav. aLd iaArUI4 P u w uu noou or JOATHAM jAAIEL, Gaardiao of Gilead MarahalL April 17, 1656. Id prlee COMMERCIAI COLLEGE. COLUMBUS, OHIO. The Host Thorough and Practical IarM- luuou in me west. For Full Couraa, inelud ng all departmenlt of Jtm Keeping, Lectures dt Penmanship, Uvariablv ha advance. ' mtt For full course in Ladies Department, M THE Proprietors take great pleasure in ttVrwaaha their thanks for the gratiljing and unpretedented iucteas whkb bate marked thi career of theirlneiitt ion since itsettatlishmeot at the Capital, and ttim,. lates them to renewed exertions (o meet, in tbe most fficient manner, the rapidly increasing demand for a iractical and comprehensive course of mercaa'ile iraicicg. The great practical experience of the Prai. ipal, in heavy Backing and Commercial Ilousee aa isted by educated and accomplished gentlemen' bas enabled him to bring to a degiee oi perfection a sys tem of countirg room instruction, by oral exercises iOt attained by anv other institution. Eh ha . j this new process, is drilled st the desk, individual. y, step uy step, ui til he has mastered the i ..u. rountine of an Accountant's duties as thonmoki. .. though he bad terved tn apprenticeship in some large Commercial Bouse : and thus all awkwardness, fjtcr-"e- and enereeious blunders are. in a rt disafpaied. T" In audition to our engagement of accomrdiild A. riistents, we have also secuied the services of some of he most eminent lectures in Ohio to lectar aa mercial topics. Uur course of mttructton is too eiteflBed to par tle larixe here, but it embraces evtrv thinir i-n,.n..i with double entry book kcenii e. with free .ii liseuasion of iu Scientific rrineiplesdcinrefi .. Commercial History, and Historv of Eminent air,.,. nercial Men, Commercial GeocraDhv. n 1 ProdueU, Commercial Calculations, Political Lcouooiv Mercantile, Law. Ethics of Trade, Partnership, ta. THE LAMP' DAv'.-f RTMEXT Is sow open for the reception of Ladies, No Instisa tion in tbe Ccinn imparts moie thorough or Intereaa- iuk cuurse hi mis uepatllLflil. Iu conclusion, we wou'd add . that wa el . 11 rm fn,ifc our best tfl'orts to merit in a sti 1 more eminent dial as no uaiwuuK riL-epuun wn wnitn our eutcrt rite Las net, ana pieoge ourselves to impar t a n.ore ll orcugk iraciical course of Mercantile Instruction then can bai rornied at any oilier similar Mercantile Colli ge. Jmongthe many recommedations, we gxt tha W owinp : "We, the undersit?ned, lake pleasure to ttsu'fyiaf hat we are personally acquainted with Mr. Grander? ibility at an Aceountait, and teacher of Bock keep, mg. which is of the highest order. He ha Lad nli experience as an Accountant; in heavv Coir.rr.eti.l .. j llanking Houses, which gives him superior fkin'i-. L imparting a practical knowledge of Book a thorough Commercial Education. L J. ALLF.N, U L. D. President ot Farmeis' Cd era LORIS A.NDRBM'S, ' President of Kenypn College, s... To young men who wish to tconiia a "hi tir.c V. ucation," w think it affords facilities eeldim iqualsd. sir. Granger has the tare qualification of ILecrttiral knowledge and aptness in teaching, ndded to piratical Counting Room experience, s: d we del mi frit t sduates from his College will be fully con petcnt tt keep the mot complirattid set cf Bocks. A. P. STONE, Wholsale and Retail Merchant. J, J. JNNEY, Sec'y B'rd of Con.rol, Slate Btefl i.F. PRK, Bck Keeper it D. T. Woodbuiy's. D. OTF.RDIEB, Book Keeptr it Clinton Batk. H. Z. AILLS, Pcc'y fo'uu,bu 6'asai.d Coke Co. C. B. MASON, Book Keeper at J, U. Biley and Ce's. For full tatlicultrt. send for circular. OiiAN ti7i and ARMSTA'OSQ. Proerielera, Feb 14. ISM. 18 m. 1U9 IN THE OfilGIA AL H.-ILF CHRSTS,-in Joxee of 1 6 and 12 Pounds, and iu Metallic Packages, of i If 1 2, and 4 pounds, for sale by ' M JENKINS IcCOMP'Y, (Original inveutora of the Metallic Pack.) Whole sale dealers in Teas only, N. W. corner of Afaakul and Ninth Streets, Philadelphia. tar Test iu Jfetallic Packs put up in Half Cheats, eontan tog a variety of both Black and Green, to suit buyers Printed list of Prices, Terras, Ac, lornislied hy mU to all a ho order them . All eat warranted to please, or no tale. One and tbe same pr.ee and terms to all, at.d or only. Half Chests of ..'lack containing about ii poantla aad of Green, bmi filiv pounds each. March C, l56.- lm. SOT ICE. " The signers of thai ail Aoad iond knowa as il e Iror. Bond, are requested io uieel at CairoUjttJSJ tLe first day of Hay, 1846, to consider matteia of grtattub. lie iiuerrn,, April 17, 'wfi. One of the Sic JAMES WILEIN'S ESTA2E. Notice ia baiiby givin that me have Win Sfl fi i executors of the last will cf Janes Willir, diCMMtf, late of Gtncll tcur.ly, Ohio. All )iKni tjhvii g claims against said etlate n im pirfti I iliui n t- year frum ibis dale. tJXU WIIA IL1IAM WILKIN, Feb. C8, IC6. 3r. lfxi cVl'cV?.