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Carrollton. Thursday. July 3d, 1856. JOB PRINTING, PLAIN k OHXAMKXTAl. WK HAVE JL'ST BECMVltD A MotfT KXOKL lent sawortiii.ot ! Ht Jo. Tvrs ot every . let beings, led ed wiih great cie ind u.U- !n. i.i, to mil cur cuf m.rs. We wih it to be iu-ti n.v under luod that we have a good Joe Paiarxa, who can and will acccmmodjle, hi nio.to it "E10.L !" W have Urger IkrjeMl of type, end cn do bittk work then en? oflce in thi vicinity, li e only aak trial Merchant, and other who want CAKDI, ClRCl'LAM, Pamprlit, Blanks, Handbill, Bill Head, Ticket, Phooraiiiiu, Catalogues, Wll be accommodated n the shortest poaible time, and uu U rma moat moderate. Agricultural Meeting The Rit d of Malingers of the Carroll Coun ty Agricultural Society, met in the Court Houe. in this place, on Satuiday last. Tbe Committee appointed at a previous meeting to select and purchase suitable fair grounds, re ported in favor of purchasing grouods for that purpose, of Isaac Atkinson. Esq., but the Man agers, upon consultation, concluded that it would be moi e advantageous to the Society to lease grounds. Thereupon, they leased the old fair gr- unds, owned by Jacob Ilelfricb, Esq., for a term of five years. A Committee was appointed to procure lum ber and the necessary material to enclose the ground, dui the same Jn order, and to erect oil necessary fixtures, preparatory to holding the fairs o! the Society. The next fair will be i held on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the 2&Hh, 29th and 30th days of October next The Board adjoumed to meet on the third Saturday of Augt, next. .. & We issue the Free Frets one day earlier ilirtti usual, to give the run'ers an opportuni - Av 10 celebrate the Fourth olJuly. Hail Storm. On Wednesday afternoon, of last week, we were visited with quite se- vere hail storm which did much damage to the growing corn and garden vegetables about town, & broke many lights of window glass. As high as thirty pane in a single building were brok- en. The storm lasted but a short time, but was violent, its direction was from the N. W. and seems to have been only about half a m'.U wi.le. and exteniud but a short distance hr.,nd our olace. I J r IIarlhm Pprings. This fashionable Water" ing Place is now opened for ihe reception oi visitor ; and we are convinced that Invalids as well as pleasure seekers cannot find a moie de- sirable pl.ee whereat to spend the sultry months of sumraar. Every arrangeaWBt for the comfort and convenience of those who may fa- vorihe-n With a call has been made by the gen- tie in inly proprietors. Ife are well aware that the character of these Springs will be maintain- ed undei the control of tbe present piopne- tors. In addition to the former attractions nk, the Springs, the proprietors b.tve erected a Billiard Table, which will add much to the amusements there. The game is a very interesting one, contributing also to health, by affording the bodv moderate exercise. If you are in quest f health or pleasure, visit Hailem Springs. Sadhlerv. We would invite attention to the advertisementof William McLean, Saddler, of Washington township. He pn fesses to sell saddles, bridles, &c, cheaper than any other cUblishmenl in the State, and takes in ex change therefor, grain of any kind, horses, cows, shepp, or any oilier good stock. This j in conjunction with She fact that he sells his manufacture about one-fifth lower thsn can b obtained elsewhere, is sufficient to claim the intention of those desiriflg to purchase saddles, or Ki,ii. L.-M, nriules or harness. Fourtii of July". Our citizens have made , f , . vr.,- no arrangements for celebrating our Nation s birth-day, at this place, intending to attend elsewhere. Preparations have been made for a grand celebrathn at Hirlem Springs. Also oar neighbors at Minerva, have made arrange - ments for celebrating the day. The fare upon the Railroad has been reduced to afford a fa vorable opportunity to attend the celebration at Minerva. Married. June 26, 1856, by Rev. A. Swa ney Mr. Sanford Mallet to Miss Anna Wall, all ofthis County. OnJune26',h. 1856, by Rev. R. Merrill, Mr. Georgo W. Combs, of this place, and Miss Sarah L Garwood of Salem, 0. Miss Sarah, like all humane ladies, did not forget the pinter in her happy union. There is nothing like union, especially of hearts and sentiment. Union is a link which binds these United States into one Government. And so may this union bind the happy pair henceforth and forever, is the wish of the printer, The Water Cure Journal. This messenger of health and herald of reform is entering into its XXII volume. The Journal is devoted to Hydropathy, its philosophy and practice. Without health, even life is not desirable, un less a remedy can be found. It is tbe prov ince of tbe Water Cure Journal to teach the world how to preserve health, as well as to cure diseases. The health reform is the most radical of all social improvements, for th.s the Journal labors, to this is it devoted ; it de serves a place in every family of our land. The reading in a single number is worth the subscription price for a year. Terms 91 00 per annum per single copy; 6 copies one year, 4 00; 10 copies one year, t7 00. Address Fowler and Wells, 308 Broad way. New York. The following Humorous acd eccentric Let ter has been received in reference to St, Ma. rys and lands in Elk county: Mafheim, Lancaster Co., Pa. Messrs. Editors: Ikere has been much excitement and inquiry in our neighborhood as to lb laodi of the 'rUdirw Compac) ' loca- led in Elk county P. Advertise,... mm to bar. gone ahroad in almou every diracuon. wber. John GuiUm- g burg's ointment i at all uaed, and even with- in tbe quiet shade! of our own plea taut villa re that tame primer's ink baa held up to view the . , , .. ... L -r .l wunurnui aurawuu au.i uciuuyruga ui unwj Western Pennsylvania Landi. A farm and a home seeniiog almost to be w thin my very reach, ar.d at a price too. so comfortably mod" erate, that I dropped from my grasp the Even ing Star, in which was detailed tbe advertise- ment, and began to reflect. Action prompted me at once to prepare for a trip to Elk. and the next dav, with carpet bag in hand, and de- . . . , . j. .. termination 10 heart. I embarked upon the ex- cursion. By railioad I set out for Tyrone city, in Blair county, at which place I found an ex cellent learn belonging to the Company in wai ting, and ready for a start to St. alary. Younf Mr. Scliulz, under whose supervision and Je huship this dt-pHrtment seemed to be, I dii covered was an excellent companion, but off we must go, so hurrah! boys "get away dobbins from before us!' AhA awsy we went. for the land of big trees and maple sugar. During the whole of this trip L observed no roughness in the roads, nor had I any occasion to regret my hurried exodus to the settlement, now for the first time looming upon our sight- This inn -t be uttributabl. to the entertaining conversation of our whip, who every now am then would cheer us -Willi a lively jone or story It tHk I m aay it the roads were of the routhen kindj oiling one's poor bone most terriffieillj , Chiis'ophbr Columbus and An drew Jackson! what was ray mnzment when gaa to be&oiu more cteariy tue nay ana ! thrifty habitations of Sf Marys, in all its vir- 'gin purity of whitewash and humility. Wnat lhe whole ri(Je from Clearfield had I ; .,,. . '"een to compare at all with this? Around and jbout everything gave indications of neatness Rnd hospitality and, as the Q'leen of Sheba Qnce s-tid to Mr. Solomon several yeara ago that even a half had not been told of his king dom, so the moiety had nut been written, of the glory of this place. Although now only, as it were, on the threshold of the property owned by the Ridgway Company, my expectations seemed to be folly realized. j Many of my friends eudeavored to dissuade ran from iroinsr upon the trip, and condemned the wh de -hiotf as a humbug; bu' in spite of .. . . , . . fill UppUOU- UII VI Ul'IVBVIt- M. II V UV W " M. can snap my fingers and whistle at them, for their want of faith, and leave the old fogies to taije care 0f thumsc-lves as best they can. 'My learii8 jn tie Highlands.' Here will I pitch my lerii)an(i c,a8e the wild deer of Elk coun'y. Crockett was correct, 'be always sure your right,' then act with that persistency which be- i so exclusively to tbe American charac ter, Go ahead.' ye have all just alighted from our convey RnCe, and are in the good keeping of the wor- j thy and induatrious proprietor ol tbe It ashing-iol ton Hotel, St. Marys. But hark! the dinner hell how delightful to the keen edge of ap petite, a sound argument for its chncjor Much disturbed by hungry pheelinks. Dreaming now of apple-dumplings, Of the smoking venison haunches, In the land of lhe Benzingers, Very p eaiant was the dinner, Like the starlight or the moonlight, Or a gleam of early sunshine In the land of the BeDzingers. Go not southward, go not eastward, Longing, lingering, hoping, fearing, But come Northwest, for we know now, Of the land of the Beuzingers. But enough of thess false measures. Let me say that we have dined. And such a re- J I)ast as rarely fi,lls i0 my lot t0 Partake of- At ... iue mouijiii ot sucn an entertainment, your , ' city gourmand would dance in a paroxysm of : dedjirut Such excellent fare and belon'ring I 5 . . , , are rarely disiied eXjept ,n these regicm8 '. WbitSnubbins or Gubbins mr.v sav to the con- truiy notwithstanding. Bless me, what a heallhful look every man . ,, seems to have that you meet here. Ihey are , 80 robustuous, that dang if I don'l believe ' tl have ol lhfc constitution rf the United States, and the women, too, bless them. I nev er believed that diseases were contagious, until I sat alongside one of these Elk County blue eyed damsels, and caught the palpitation of the heart. This trouble, I believe, belongs to every clime, common ia all regions, high land or low lfnd, and I yielded to its soft influences . , , . . , l with a becomiugness quite praiseworthy. a r . . i The Elk girls may not, perhaps, be as rich in those shining qualities which grace your city belles' They may never have heard of Phidi- am. or his .tntne. of Junife.r- the beautiful Hel- en and the Trojan war, or Gape May, but they do know all about the useful, sunh as knitting, churning, mending, brewing and baking, and all other necessary accompaniments to comfort and enjoyment, and even in that accomplish- i ment of music which is so much the piide and boast of interested mammas, put many of the city girls to the blush. Let me say to my friends, that in addit'on to a glorious rich soil, with its wealth of timber and minerals, and a home, there is also to be found a wife to grace that home, and make its fireside happy. Seek not in vain as you sure ly will, if vou seek elsewhere but your city girls, I cannot, away with, with pinched shoes and mincing steps. Give me none of your hour glasses and moulds of form, but one who has a waist like a cotton-bail and foot like a flounder. Such will not die of thin soles or consumption eiceptofcorn. Tney are the true help-meets, who will rough it and tough it through the world with willing heart3 and unmurmuring j lips. I have hardly begun to say ail I want, but I must not forget to allude to Mr. Schultz, who jjjndly piloted ite over the Ridgway Co. lands, rj-j 8Cenery, of gently sloping hill and dale, with p wjstie timber, formed a grand yir- "r' 'of ,n" I obwri here and there we - Vrr . """" J liirrlv " r V riHint-aT i.r r.ni mrai At Mr txhlbi(ed l0 Hne fifu,e inga. all of winch are bads of promise for future traffic od protperity. lkrn J "d" tot which I have hail-ned to forward before lb. increase in rates, which 1 learn the Company have raised to 112 per acre instead of 98 Twelve dollars an acre is a small price for this land. From my inquiries, I fiod out the lands in the vicinity are mich higher. 1 intend to give another letter shortly. Being an old uanca.tr r county farmer, I pretend to kno something about land, and in my nex". I will walk into the merits of the question about a . ?hu Ur 1 find ' promising character, fine crops, li neston. soil, BOodr4bla ,nfJ V,,,, nor ilony enough already to satisfy any one who is not too laiy to work for, living. Yours very respectfully. DAVID LONG. Latest California News. ARRIVAL OF THE GREXADA. New Orleans, June t5. The Grenada brings dale from San Frnci co June oth, leceived at Havana. Cary and Cora wcie hung on the 23 J of May. It was tbe tame day on which Mr. King was buried. The Vigilance .Committee had arrssted sev eral other desperate characters, including lhe notorious Yankee Sullivan, The latter com mitted suicide in his cell on tbe 1st of June, in the Commiitea rooms, leaving a cont'essiou touching the elections in San Francisco. The opponents of the Vigilance Committee attempted to hold a meeting on tfte 2J, to dt nuance, the Committee, but proved a total fail ure. Several murders in the interior are reported to have taken place. Rumors were rife that Johnson would call means into requisition to suppress the revolu non. Nothing had been done as yet. These rumors, however, crealed much excitenien throughout the State, hnd word was sent from the interior that thousands were ready to march to fie assisimice of the Committee. Sacramen to ; 1 e i ff ;red to furnidi one thousand. The excitement was on the increase, and martial law had been declared at San Francis- co. . Tho Committee were determined on carry ing out their measures, and continued to ak a number of arrests, The opposition were organizing with COO stand ol arms. It was rumored they intended to attack the Committee rooms which wa strongly guarded with two cannon before the door loaded with grape shot. All lhe journals, excepting the Herald, side wiih the Cuuimittee. Indian hostilities in Oregon are hardly sup pressed. A difficulty had occurred in Washington Ter ritory, owing to an attempt made by Judge Saunders to hold a court duriu tbe existence martial Ihw. .TLe Judr;e was arrested for safe keeping t till peace is established. lhe health of San Franusco wis good. Business moderate. Advices from Costa Rica stale that the army is d:tbanc'(d, Cholera was raging fearfully throughout the State. Baron Bulow died of that disease while on hie retreat. Tlu re is no news of any importance from Nic aragua Ncuj Special Notices. j No Family should be without Hoofland's Grman Bitters- ' Children afflicted with the Summer Complaint enlire'y cured by them f x M n RN W.J Mnrrli 1.1 iKSti i ?,car Sir-Tt V"!' ""R'!' Pl"0 tl,al Xnfam ?on 0 tie L'll'jlt hlMlchU ilei (veil limn t h.. iki nt vnur ( ,i.r. ?, . : ,, Tr ' 7 , man inters in my lainny. During the greater part ot last summir, my son, aged two ycarB, wa-i Severely af- 8k"d with tbe Saoimer 6mplalnt In the worst form, 'or "hich various remedies prescribed bv pliVMcians uad othea werc bu( with '0 m, , -JMfvnl hm , the country, but it proved of but little benefit. Having a botlle of (Airman Bitters in the house, I waspersuad led to try that, which to my astonishment entirely cured him. He o ntmued to take the Bitters sometime afterwards and became healthy. 1 have the greatest C011Rle.lce i the Bitters, and feel no hesitation in sav- ing that no family should be without them, L n. r w jZvMl "' jotin W. PARIS. itfee advertisement une 2, 18562. Plum street, above Second. j Holloway's Ointment and Pills, the best Remedies in the Union for Diseases of the Skin. The youngest son of Mr. El ward Wright, of Aberdeen, jksissippi, had the misfortune to ba afflicted with a most malignant disease of the.skin, which rendered the ' child's life one of misery and suffering, As the mother , ' , u R. i 1.1. . had tried every remedy likely to benefit him without ehe becam(J uUimateIy , w01.n0Utwilh trouble and anxiety in the matter, and 1 wa, lamenting the same to a friend, who recommended Holloway's Ointment and Pills, which the mother com- I .nonnad mini, and bv Dei-severing with the mo lor 19 six weeks, the child was comp lately cured. lUblt.u- .11 J I Lpilepsy, or Falling Fits. We believe wecauuot do our readers a more impor tant service, than by again calling their attention to that most remarkable preparation, discovered by Dr Seth S. Hauce, of .Baltimore, Afd., which possesses the power of alleviating and curing that horrid visita tion of man Epilepsy, or falling fits. In recommending this preparation to our readers, we do so with a con viction that wo are not degrading our columas to pufi a common patent medicine, but arc P lacing before them a discovery, which, if fully known, would probably do more to alleviate human suffering than any invention of modern times. Dr. Hanco, in asking us to notico his preparation favorably in our editorial department, has sent ti3 for perusal a number of letters from persons who have used his pills, and have been cured (hereby. All of them speak in the most grateful and eul igistic terms. One great advantage this medicine possesses is the fact, thatit can be transported through the mails, thereby affording every one an opportunity of dealing directly with the inventor, and also precluding all possi bility of being imposed upon by a counterfeit or spuri ous imitation. Ur. nance pays the postage on ins pun- to any part of the country, and will forward them by return of mail, on the receipt of a remittance. Hisi prices are as follows ; One box, ?, two do, fo; twelve do, t. All orders for the medicine should be address- -J . 0Elira rt.lVi1," lOsl Tlattimnra BtpAA, Haiti. more, Md. Juno 12. lm. Dr. Hardm m will be in attendance at his rooms in the Patton House. Carrollton, on the Ird of July next ARRETS. n..-,.. I..I- .. icrc fWVLUUI, WWIJ Hi, IOUV Floor . . Wheat (red) rive - -Clover ated Dried apples Dried Peachea -Egg . . -Bait . . . . Ham - Side - -Shoulder - 4'' 85 iw.wi " (while) Timothy seed Butter - Beeswax . Fish . . . Oata . . 94 t.76 86 - 7 2U 8' 1,7ft 7 t 3? Oi 07 Corn - . . Wool . . 4 1 (o CLSviLaao, Jaue 38, IsM 1'LOL'R, RuperBne, per Ml .no itrs, " . WriKAT, White, per bo., " Ead, " f'OUN', . 0AT8,' t L0VER3FED . TMOflY " " P0TA1UES, BA'AV-i, CilKKSK,0yd, per lb BI.'TrKK, Prime, LAIth, per lb., -TAI.I.OW, "... KiS, per doa., ... SALT, . . per bbl., :. -o 1 04 I0 r 0 i ,75 0 1,76 A 14 II II 1,75 Niw Voat, June W, 1816 ' . . . . n i2 . . . iV,o FLOUR, stiperflue, estra, WIIKAT, white, per bu. " red, " COR, per bu. OATS, ' . FORK, old mess, per bbl " Dew ' " BEEF, country me, ' " city " . LAID, " . BUTTER, State, per lb. Ohio, " - l.tlO M 39 16 ib V,2j .11 Mi to of U liio. t'arroil imiiiI) a. Oincs or mi. Jcuos or Pnouia f ('urrnllton, Juiie. 12 Ib5. rFIIE follnw;nK ac I and (iuardiani set (or aearkal accounts of Executors, Administrator s have becutileu in hi ( fbee, ai d arin? on Monday, tbe7th day of July, A. D. 1H5D, at 1 o'clock P. H. of said day, ami will be sttnlwawM Irom day to uay until all are uirporea ol tM tiling and pendency ol which Accountants and other i noresieu "in lake nouce viz: u,...rge uootder, ueceasetl. wjjp imimI account oi .mure liJJd, extcuior oi Aiexan- Fi.ia account of Undraw Boyd, executor of ,Alei- ,t hw notlU) g0(i puuic ,,w glist Jf, C0CKtl n.s ieft ,,;, e,pect, r,lion health and nat- anrtcr Boyd, deceased. ittore. well slocked and everything derired. There I url, appetite goofl; indeed a disarpeaianre cf all my Final account o Thomas R. finffin and Thomas Co- 'e M haf scre 0Ilfill tie toW, gK wh;ch ! .vmptomt. Vi strength U so much restored that I am ble executors ol lit zekiah T. Beavers, de:ea?ed. wm HjU ilA ,he plocerds equallv divided amonztt I able to do a iav work in the harvest field, and feel IIIH SCl-OUlit ol bllSSbetb UOOblCr, adUlIUISil-triXOt lin, ,n l,. Urn!r. tJnp.,, ,l.. em.,.,. I that I am mil, retne.d m rA hhl. derBovd, dcceaed. , ; good turnpike and other roads. mIw twMese, cou.monlv termed consamption, wiih ma aerount ol C. . MoMillen, guardian of minor Thi is .ioppor unity offered to thoe alio wish firq'ur.t uak Mnijiht sweat., chill and (ever, du hens ol Aaron Kerr deceased. 1 lo fmin (Aave a g(d investment for tbe future- Uyltn rh and .leecteearlni of pnralent matt.r rinalur-counto Th .maR firiffin and Thomas I MU, twelrt, d llwHw. lb dvww-4 flllllllllj., great dehditv and emacUtion. ble executors ol Hezekiali T. deceased JmmH good soil, an abundance of coal, healthtuiness ol I Irc.tme , t cor, n.euced June 9th. its; Account of Satruel .tfcAlhster, guaidun of ,,.,. r.;i,f,.a i.p,ii,.. a u. i,,-., . . ... i u. i i.r.r. t iitim ui 'i ii. i i -.ic-miricr, uuvapcui . w - It,. I- Kirt ui'i'nii'.i ill .liilin lliii.li.'isti silii.iinstratnr r.van - - - - a i ull"llitte increase, 1 .t'enger, deceased. Bv miting to the office, diiections will be given to 1 list MOW ol John Buchanan, administrator with tUgo wieh (u TipU 1(UJ(, A 8Utum cf wturpions will annexed, of Peter Pittenger, deceased, 9hl ehortl De adopted. Kirst account ol Ueury Uarkless, guaidian of Adam Thcre U an excellent open intr for vai ions branche -iulUalher, a minor. j of mechanical busiuees, especially U.meiiei . wheel- JOHN H. TlilPP, I wiijhie, axe handle makers, shoemakers, carpenters l'robate Judge. icarpcnteis and others. j-;-r,-. . no. ,.z n -s Kami can be bought by enclosing the first 'metal pUNCYCASMMEA-E.x-ll you waul some nne,mcnt LjJ,e, Can bold shares in their o n ripbt l fashionable, fancy tassimercs, eal at 'Title untme-tionablv good, and warrantee deeds given. All.N OAlt.Itft PABA'ULS. A fine feleetiou wih be found at the Kew dab and J i e 1 ce store of AKIN k BAXTKR. BOUKtVLA line lot of XeapoliUn, lace, and Eu lisb ftraw IJoiiuels ol the latest sit lea, will be found U the store of ilKINft BAZffB WILLIiM OR it, WII11I.KSALE AND r.HTAlL GltOCER A.U PROUVCfi BBALRS, On the Hail ftowd, Cairollton, Ohio, wi!l pav casu lor Wheat, Jive, Oats, Wool, and Produce geucrally. May 22, 1S56, tf. 1,1 SI A I ' h. NUTlO'JCi Notice is hereby given thut tlie J mder ..igned has been uppointed and qualified as Ad miuistiator oil the Estate ol WMbm Enil, decea-ed, late ol l.'airoli county, Ohio. All persons having claims against suid estate must present them within one year, leg ol auilieniieaied. June 12-H56. THOMAS GEORGE. VfOl'It'K, Notice is hereby given to Henry Muck 11 ley, uud John Muckley, of ib'taik county, Ohio, Susan I'hineheurt and V Khinehca' t, hrr hu.hand, Catharine Tiussell and he: husband Jacob Tiussell, ol Staik ccmu'.v, Ohio. Ilamiab rouchy, and her husband, U. J. Duuchy, ol Portage county, Oiiio, Adam Muck ley, of Tuscarawas coumy, Onio, and George Muckley, whose residence is unknown, Thai Joseph Kanue, administrator of J.icob Muckley, deceased, late of Car roll county, Ohio, has tiled his petition in the Pmhie OoUrt ol Osrreli county, OUo, against them, and Cath aiine Muckley, wilo of said .At ob Muckley, lor leav id complete a real contract, entered into on the 17th dav ol February, A. D. 1R45, by the intestate and Jacob Glessner, for the sale ol town-lot number forty lO), in tbe town ol IKaynesburfrh, Stark county, Ohio, old for h ave on part ol the heirs at law. to make a deed to lhe purchaser of said let, and the said Henry, Jnhn, yldam and George Muckley, who are brothers ol the intestate, and the said Susan, Catharine, and II. in noli, who are sisters of the intestate, and their husbands above named, and sai. Catharine Muckley, widow cf iutcSiate, are notified that the petition will stand for hearing in said Probate Court of Carroll county, Ohio, on the 8th day of July, A. D, 186, where they may atteud if they see fit and make objections (if they have any) to the prayer of the petition. V.4 V BRO IF.V, Attorney for June 12, 185a. 3w. Petitioner, CHEAPEST SADDLERY IN THE STATE. THE undersigued returns thanks to bis Friends, and customers for their liberal patr onage, .dnd would say that he continues to manufacture Saddles, Bridles 4c, at his cabin in Washington Town ship Carroll co. 0. All work will be warranted, and sold on the most favorable terms. I will take in exchange for woik. grain of any kind Hoises. Cows, sheep, or auy other giod stock, aud will sell for about one filth less than any one else. June 19lh, '56.-3m. WM. ifcLEAN. Temperance Celebration! TII7G00D TA'MPLA13 k FRIEXDS OF TEMPEA' ancc are solicited to attend a MM Meet ng and Temperance Pic Nic.to be held at Valley Gove, Min erva, Ohio, on the 4th of Jul y, 1856. Chance, "the Buckeye Broadaxe" and others, aie expected to speak on the oecasiou. By order of lhe Juno 19, '66. tf. Committee of Arrangements. J. W. OOUIiD, PRACTICAL AMBROfYPEB AND DilllMtHEllTVWST. NEW Sky-light Daguerrean Uallery, just Delow Hus ton's store, Main Street, Carrollton Ohio. I positively warrant all my work, and will let no pic lure leave my Rooms unless perfect satisfaction is giv- en. l ask no recominemiauoii. urpiciuiM hiubuu" for themselves. The Ambrotype is truly beaulilul, Citizens and people from far and led to call and examine specimens themselves, and friends. June 19, 'ob.-ly. Plastering! Plastering! The undersigned would respectfully inform the pub lie that he is Mill encased in the above business, and is prepared to execute work to the fancy ot any. Plain and ornamental plastering aoue to oruer on me ouori . .tk.1. hu. .. Inii it oTnnr!nSA In thfl hnai est pospiwio unlive. J --e-- - - " ness, and my success as a mechanic, enables me to as. .. - -i u:.. ik.i .11 irl- urill 'na aumimrl M onlira sure rue iJuone iinv.il - - . . . ,1, i a k. .. . 1 ..... 1 ... 1 1 ..-.-..... 1 1 Sal lSlaCtlOll. JtlllHUCnnuiua uiimiuuwu .u piuiubij. .address tlio undersigned, at Carrollton, Carroll county, Ohio WM C. RUN10N. une 19, 1856. tf. 4 14 DH 1 1 l" Tl Will.;,! tU ( i . r f i ears hfm 31m. T.R THr?KIT Of 1VSK fS i "I good Far a ad Coal Uud ia Elk "llllill lin R,,im luiuU - - rng a nt'ar of ti term for , oayi. j. in,umV ,lti of one dollar v" weea. oral the tame rate mx.'Mf Faras ef SO. 7S, 100 or asore acre adi,.i., i pro. p-rtion. Each farav fionis upoo a road ibirty feet in tdth. The aoil in a rirh lmetnr.e lam. and Hn,r!.i:, . daptcd to cult) ratio , as it k aoitowr billy nor stony, j but gently rolling or fine labia land. A roan d arid thmngli thU property there are already acme ItfyM ' aern under eultiiatioo, and iu loriillty baa been eatab , l'hed from the crop produced, I'poo thisaabi.r-t it' iU easy to bef.il'y aatiKed. There la a ready eab ' market for produce which I maeh better than trade, j It ia the cheapest, aa land of a similar qoalilt ia sell- . ing at much higher prices adjoining, atd especially rucb ai rnntama coal. The coal ThU in partirnltrU the eoal 4i.triet.aev- . .ral Tei .s onderlatiog ibe whole property, a-.d the at teation of miner, and tboee arquaioled with coal land, i especially called to :t It baa the advantage lung bf 1edicatel Inhalation, lately saed iothe Bromp of beinj the mret to tbe graat take armke:, wi h ton Hoepi'al, Zondon. Tho great point in the trea' wtncH it will be connected by t ,e Punbury and Eric m; t of all hunran maladiea, i to get at the dioeaae ia Railroad now under contract and in course nt compV he direct manner, li nedicine are etim.ed bv m Irom EHe to fidgeway, w'ah decerdii g grade their action upon the organ reqwirinr. rehVf. Thi I the whole way. Tlie soil over bitumineoa coal is the the important fact apon which Inhalition ia bae!. - beet, for in,tar.-e England and oth. r countries, Tbe 1 the aiomaeh b diaeaaed, we take medicines dirortly price per acre i triflin for tbe eoal alone, at it will h o the stomach. If the lung ure diead. hrea-i certainly, in to favorable a 1 arion within a thort time inhale medicated vapors directly into the long pay largely. This ia important at an tinmen, ccal " liriues are the antidote to direaae and ahonld he p trtde will toon opn. At.arcoal companie have Jepll d to the very eeat of diee. Inhalation ia the rradr been smarted to work miaei in the vicinitv, ai. l P"C tion ol tM principleto tbe treatment of th. lunge, there ar. now fifteen opening! around St. Mary's. ; fori gives as direct access to those intricate air cell Tie Timber, stoekhol lert also r,ceiv. Tlrtt i- and' ile which lie out of reach of every other means no reservation whatever either ol timber or coal. ItU.cf admini'tering medicine. The reon tbat coo. very valuab'.a and will pay for a great part ol the Uu I. sumption, and other diseases of the lung, have her. - on account of the excellence of ttreautt there are Cue '0,e rehted all treatment hi been because they bv. Opiortuniiie for n ill. ' never been approached in a direct manner hv medicine. Fi I Health, I be location U much recommended by ;Thy were intended to act upon the lungs, sod yet phvf'c in The chlils and fever are ur.ar oan, ..!-'. were applied to the tonch. Their action wat Intend- ; ptiluionary complain', being rotected from the north- j d to be local, and yet, ihev were o administered ihat eat wind by tl). A Uegbane; The water i pure and 'hey ahoold only act Cointirutionlly, expendin their jandamong't the best, t'.c lDd abouLdii.g in El. principal and immediate action uj on tbe ni.off. nd'mg isprinct. i stomach, whilst the foul ulcers within the lung war. I Four Bailroid will shor'ly be completed, conceding I unmole-ted. Inhala'ion bring ths medicine indirect it by anted communica i-m with Kew-Tork, Ph.li con-act with the disease, with nt the di.tdntge of . jdelphia, Pu'burgh. E'U, MM, and all theci'ie on j any violent action, Iwapplicaiion is n simple, that it the lake. TI.ey are the dunboiy and Eiie, the All.-g. j can bo ernphyed bv the youngest iufaut or lahleat l.tt.ey !-y, the rittaburgh and HuRalo, ai.u th. e nanpo. Eiergetic exertions are also bein mtd. for the buiidnfBit Hi-- lvrone and ' .-ata ..i w n; i aU) I passes thtough this property. The effect ol this unon trad, and ncral devebpemtnt, u well at the col m T mM uiuvi ' f he Urgeaaa I flourishing town of Pt Mary't Uin the .here an extensive bu-i --i-done, aj .ins the tract ..;,. .., ti,p i.u i. i . I i ... ' i .1 tlP t'.ttno.l ,.f ll. i.in.ui.l ...... . .. ... ... A J S ' M. I. I .V IU.U.I.U fl , - - .1 . ' a . . . . I A mr mMmm ta .S'.muel V Viid. Ser'w 133 Walnut fcti between tourtb snd xi'la streets Philadelphia. Refcreneet ! Henrr M. Watts, Esq.," 14S Walnut street, Philad'a. John Cress in, E.q , President of Philadelphia Ga coinDSnv, lTih street, above 6'nesti.ut, J'h.hdelyhia. George ll'iegand, AVq., inspect ol coil, city Gaa J GMhce, th stret, above Chestnut , rhila, has been over lhe land and examined the coal. Hon, Geo. It. Barrett, Cleailieid, Pennsylvania, has been over the lind. enry S hmiit, i-q , Cuit. Sla'ei Mint, residence, No. (ti2 Sorth Kilth street, Pliili. examjeed the land. Win. K. Boone, Asq., south side of Walaut street, below Fourth, Poila. examined the laud. Hen. Alexander L. Hayes, Lancaster. George Waluisley, AVq'., A'L Mary's, Elk co, recent settler. Richard Gardner, Eq., of Popkr street, t Phil, has examined the land. J.L. Ban ett, Esq.. proprietor of the Mount Vernon H.ousefGud street, abote Arch, Phia. has examined the land. & 0. Schultz, E-q., Justice of the Pece, St. Jary's, A'lk cour.tv, Chailes Luhr, Esq, President of tie Bj ough of St. Mary's. J. S. il'eis, AVq., '.jstmaster, St. Mary's. Geo. Taylor, Esq., Deputy Postmaster, Jjiy's. Mr. Wir. Lvons, St Mary's, Mr. John Miller, coal miner, St. Mary's. Mr. John Coibe, ' " " E. H Stone, Esq, Wellsvi le, Ohio, coal operator. L. Wilnurtb, Esq., rntstrurgii, rennsyivauia. Rnrniifih Council of St. Mary sto the FuUic. This is to certify that, having been over the tract owned by the iidgewav Farm and Coal Company, and givenita thorough examiua'on, we nan ine repteseu- tations ol that Company lobe correct. We find the soil to be the most fertile the Coal andiron Car to lie iu inexhaustible quantities, through the whole dis- I trict the Farms in excellent order, and the intelli-j gence and prosperity of the people to be of the most 1 gratifung character. We know that theieisno heahh- j ler location in lhe State, and we co-eider it a most --- sirahls place fr settlement. ,,, m. I We make these declarations ss we believe there may be many persons who are unacquainted with these u-Am h i satisfied from our knowledge ol tne' - . - subject, that information upon it will be a public ben- J ob F Shaf.r, Elk co. surveyor, St. Mary's, Elk co. Carle, Luhr President of the Borough, of St. Mary's, John Beetch Char es Brook, II. J, nt Jah.0, Members of the Borough Council, St. Mary s. This is to certify that the above hve gentlemen are at present the Acting ) of St. Jary's, Elk county, and that the above is their, hand aid signature. 1 Tn loatimnnv whereof I have subscribed my name,' ... . - , , , and ennsed the Sea of Office to be attached thereto; ana causm ine .i m "'" " . ,.,:,, ana 1 ully concur in me hoj.c EDWARD ZiABEL, (siii.) Chief Ba p.-r of St. Mary's, Elk co. 1 a. Ill m ,.. Oetober 30. 1?55. To' Skk'thk Land Start from Philadelphia or other place on Tiesday night, at 11 o'clock, tor tyrone, irom which a stae will leave every Wednesday morning for St Marys, Elk Co. All are requested to go it is sug - nested that parties who cannot go win ciuo togeiner and send a Committee. It is a beautiful and inn rest- ing trip: fter the 1st of Juno the price ol Farms will be greatlv raised. May S, lt'ou, Jm. .- . - j . MI ST' T E P J f I I ICjIiI IvwV I IwEL - " " . Robert Maffett, ) Court of Common fleas Carroll county, Ohio. Daniel McCreary, et. sts. J Daniel McCreary, Wi.liam McCreary, John McCrea .r irii.rfiov MeOearv. Thoraa: McCreary, Elizabeth iin.ve.rv nfrhe State of Ohio. George Stull and .Ka- becca Stull, his wife , of tlie State of Ohio, are here- by noticed that on tue lourtceaui uay m ", '". said A'obert Mafletl, filed his petition in the Court of Common Pleas, of Carroll county, Ohio, the object and prayer of which is for partition ot tbe foil iwing describ- ed real estate, tituate iu tlie county oi karroo, anu State of Ohio, viz: The north west quarter of section .,i,i..i; (251 of townsbiu sixteen. (161 ranee seven, that guurdians ad litem be appointed for said Thomas McCreary and lir.aoet.n aicreary, wuu rc miuu.o. Said petition will be ior heariug at the next term of said court, in August, 1S5G. ROBERT MAFFE7T, By E. R. isekley, att'y for petitioner. June 19. 1856. 6w. pr fee$ I rjSTATE NOTlCJ?. Notice is hereby given that I lihave been appointed and qualified as Executor ol ' . ' r ii . . : . I V., n.t . I ...... .i u.i . 1 jjiiuvt; ucen app.'iu.v - -, . j j opH i tue fat W,n lnd TesUment of Daniel r,eed aeceaseu . 1 llma rrainst Said .State must preS i All persons nanus -s------ 7 , ,. . r. 1 .11 .1 M..ii arithm oue year 110m ont them legally authenticated, within one year thi date DAVID .VEffD. Executivr. June 19, 'S6.-8W. .Mm. ill I ia l.lf'T lillm....inn .... ( It ,1 ,. . ... Ire.. .1.. . 1 . J (7 V also 56 acres off of the east end of the north-east t. of c4rr0n ai d state ol Ohio, to wii; Xota f-oa, 3, 4, near, are kindly solici- q,larter 0f section thirty -one, (Jl) ot township sixteen G, 7, and 55, in Phillip s addition to tne town oi , and got a pUMr ot w iCi of range seven,(,) of thelands sold at .Steuoenviue, ; pir,; glgo Lots Nos. 22, JB ana Z4, in jiiasona aoai- Ohio ar.d if the same cannot De aparieu, mat tue lauai ; tion t0 the town oi ream; aiso uo ro. ,iac- J.W.GOULD, k- 'u ik. hi.rhe.st bidder. And it lurther prays ; ,inn.i nart of Lot So. 2, in Beard's addition to the raid JUNE APP011fTHT6 np MAPniwAM " sa-aaa. hrinni diivsi - ian for diseased of tri Un lv Pa4eiaa te fAaoaa an JVaswa Hwpitalj will be in aUeodauc at ku Hooum as U- wai Own Cairoll.oa. "p.ttoi Uoom," July Jon. UW.or, Mawiilo i, fsalem, Paineweille, Pa,, r.ira.d, Cnrwawtrl le, Mead tills, Franklin, Butler, Mercer. Kew 'Vtle, rw Xo i hargafr.r oinuluiloo ,. M. 16. 17. U. K IS. 10. 7 I I Dr. Hardman treata loo'unption, Bronerilfle, A'th- ma, Larvniritiia sad all diaeaaea of the throat and iiivand, ltdoenot uerange the -.tomacb, or interf.rw in the smallest degroe, with the strength, comfort or IlllsillSS HI the patient. t'oasuinpuau Cured'. Cae of Mr. A. J Sniwa. Babm Ohio Aug. 4, 18S6. Dr. Hardman: I hare re-evered in t. ueof vour rem ,di Irom the day I fiit pot mcliciri. of you, and A. J. SHIN'S. v- s s ...... . .... LET US REASON TOGETER. HOLLOWAFS PILLS. WHY ARrJ WE SICK T It has been the lot of the human race to be weigh- ed dowu bv disease and suffering. Holloa ay's Pills are specialiv adapted to the relief of the Weak, the Ner vous, the lielicate, and the Infirm, of all climes, ages, sexes, and constitutions. Prof. Holloway personal. superintends the manufacture of his medicines in the United States, and offers them to a free and enlighten ed people, as the bebt ieo.edy the world ever saw for the removal ot disease. THESE PILLS PURIFY THE BLOOD. These famous Pills ar. expressly combined to oper ate on ibe stuLach, the liver, lb. kidneys, the lunga, the skin, and the bowels, correcting any derangetnei t in their functions, purifying th. blood, the very foun tain ol life, and thus curing disease in .11 its forms. 2TSPsPsu ami Live CoMrLiists. Nearly half the human race have taken these Pills. It has been proved in all parts of the wnrld, that nothing has been faund equal to them in cares of disorders of the liver, dys pepsia, and sumach complaints generally. They foon gives healthy tone to these oigacs, however much de ranged, and when all other means have ftiled. Gexebal Debility, III Health Many of the meet despotic Governmen's have opened tlnir Custom Houses to the introductioa cf these Tilis, that tlcy mav become the medicine of tbe masses. Leerned Colleges admit that this medicine is the bett umtdy ever known lor persons of delicate heslih, cr ahtie the sstemhas been mpairid, as us rev g natrng pio- Derties never fail to afford relief. Fkmilx Comfhints. No Female, yonrg or old, ahould be without this celebrated medicine, It cor- sects ana regulates tne moutniy courses at wawawjww, acting in many cases like s charm. It is a'solbe bett and safest medicine that can be given to Children of all ages, and for any complaint ; copsequeutly to UmVj should be without it. Holloway's Pills are the best remedy known jn (he world for the following Diseases . ABthin Diarrhoea Indigestion Stone and Gravel Bowel Complaints Dropsy gecondr, Symptons Coughs Infiamal.on Inward Wesknef ,, ' . . - i tvoins reveranoAgue euer,ai oi.timm, ( Comr,aints chest Djscif(?, Complaint rTV" k us'" UV"" j of ftTSr..,, 60 Maiden iane, New York, and 244 Strand London, bv ""L'T-V " . ' . nf Mtdicire United States, and the civilized world' iu boxes, at 25 cents, 62 1-2 cents, ar.d II each. considerable savine bv uking' the larcer size ., . ., , , , ... d. reel on tor ine urcaacw oi iiuneuio iu I j. , . . , . , r i erv disorder are affixed tocach box. Feb "S ls lv reo. w, ibb. iv SHERIFF'S SALE. Sarah Morrison, 1 By virtue of an order v8. ) of sale, issued Irom tno Samuel Smyfie, and ) Court of Common Pleas of 1 Maria, his wife- Carroll county, Ohio, and to me directed, l will oner lor sale at tne aoor oi tne j court House iu Carrollton, Carrroll county, Ohio, i Qn Saturday, the 2Glh day of July, A. D. 1C56. between the hours of M o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clock j p. M., ol said day, the following described premises, t0 w't; fltuate m trje county of Carroll andstat. of 0- hio: and known and designated as "lot numbered twen. .. ,.,C. f S .Koit fart. .fans ( H j 'o . " , ' f' "d,n JL- Jl.ll L UI laill IUI, Ull 111 I.IL IU.U Dl .IV" . lni o.v. " , Appraised iu the aggregate at $J75 00. Terms cash. J. U. IFilITC RAFT. Theriff. June 19. '5G.-td pr fee 8 oO SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtu, of a plnrius order to sell, issued from the Court of Common Pleas, of dark county, Ohio, and to mo directed. I will offer at pubic sale, at tho door of the Court tiou?, m mc ion oi tarronvu, j Qn Saturday, the 19th day of July 1856, ,v. fiiniii rteserihed reol e.-iare, situate in the coun. town of Pekiiv (The above describeai properly will bo sold iu a body.) iiale to commence at 12 ocicca, Terms cash. R- A. DLNBAR, Sheriff, June 19, 'S6. td pr fee 2 SO. of Stark co., Ohio. ETSFnOTIE- Notice i hereby given, tbat the undersigned have been appointed and duty qualified as administrators on tbe eitate of David Mar shal! deceased, late of Carroll co., Ohio, A 11 claio s against said estate must be presented, legally authenti cated, within one year from this date. JOSHUA V .M..-II ALL, CLAA'K MAAIirHALL, Admr. Jure 19. lK6.-8w.