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Carrollton, Thursday, July 17, 185C. JOB PRINTING, PllIN & 0RN1HRW1L Vm HAVE JU8T RECEIVED 4 HOST EIUIL lent aaeorimeni of new Job Tim of every va-iety being selected with great care au.l judgement, torn it cur cvuwuicr. now won 10 be uimarTLT W with it to be DinmcTLT under tood that wo bare a good Jo. Pbiitib, who can and oriLL cccmmodte,-hi motto U "Excsl !" Wa have a larger aeaortment of typo, and can do arrrra work than auy office in Ihii vicinity, rf'a only aak a trial. Merchant and other who wool Cards, Circclam, Pamprlit, Blanks, Handbill, Bill-Heads, Tickets, Pboorammm, Cataloouks, Will bo accommodated in the shortest possible time. nd on ternM moat moderate. f mmm SBSBYajBrawaa. Frai. On last Tuesday morninjr, bout 6 o'clock, while the family was at breakfast, the dwelling of Mr, Enoi Hoopes, of this place, was discovered by one of the youog members of the family, who had been sent into the kiieh 4n for some purpose, to be on fire. It is suppo sed to hsre caught in the ceiling, from a spark from the flue, tut how communicated is hard to conjecture. The kitchen is one story and wainscoted. When the fire was discovered Aha ceiling was burnt through above the cook stove and the flames had extended up the roof underneath. No defect is visible in the flue, and the spot where the lire had burnt through the ceiling is about thtee feet from it. By the timely aid of the Engine Company, "Hope," and of our ciUeoi, the flames j were soon extinguished, and the building sa ved with the loss of a portion of the roof, the ceiling of the kitchen, which was much burnt, and the ceiling of one room, which was also much damaged by lbe water thrown in at the .roof and the gable. The furniture was all re moved, and saved from damage except what it received in its unceremonious removal. Express Orricx, Business Men Attrntiom. The Adams Express Company have esub l;.L.J ,l- i , , hshed an office at this place, and Mr. W. Orr, ! - .has been appointed their agent. He is prupa- red to forward money or valuable packages from this place to any point either East I w,t tu j . t.t. -n i r West. The advantages of ths Express are . ,. b wf! sarety, dispatch and cheapness. Mr. Orr is frompt in the discharge of all business en- trusted to him, and will receipt for all money and packages, and forward immediately Of- fice at hi. new wa.e room near the R. R. De-' r " i Married. On the 8th inst. by the Rev. C. H.Reiter. at the residence of her father, Mr. Jnunli f sun 1 Utaa II. ...!. OI:. L-.V Carroll co 0 oolu 01 , J j Peterson', Marine. Tho August number of this invaluable monthly has been received. Amongst all the magazines that falls to our I ahare, Peterson is the pet. If a new number j comes to hand immediately after dinner, supper 5s sure to be late that evening. The stories are so attractive that when our "better half" , opens a fresh number there's no stopping till it's "put through." If you can't afford more than one magazine take Peterson's. Price 82,00 per annum. Address Charles J, Pe terson, 102 Chestnut St. Philadelphia. ' Cheap Literature. If you desire to avail yourself of a couple of cheap, good monthly magazines send for the Family Keepsake, and the Ladies' Wreath, published by Burdick tfc Scovill New York, at the very low price of 91,00 per annum, each These monthlies are well printed, and contain a choice variety of reading. Heading for Youth. The Youth's Casket published by Beadle Adams, of Buffalo, New York, is an excellent monthly and is well adap ted to the capacity of youth. It contains en tertaining and instructive articles, bu'.h origi nal and selected. Price only 50 cents per an num. Herbert, the member of Congress who killed the Irish waiter, it not only a Know-Nothing, bat an elector on the Fillmore and Donelson ticket in California. Cadiz Sen. Since Herbert has become a stench in the nostrils of the free and intelligent citizens of our country on account of his brutal act, and since he is about having meted out to him his just deserts, the Locofoco press have been active in their efforts to rid their party of any connection with him as a partisan. But it won't do. Without a pervertion of the record their state ments fall to the ground unsupported. Herbert waa put in nomination in the city of Sacramento, California, by the regular Demo cratic Convention, as a candidate for Congress, and was elected as a regular Democrat. And when an investigation of the murdei was de manded by the House of Representatives, the Democi atio members sustained the murderer. And more, there was no "Know-Nothing" ticket run is bis district, the year Herbert was elected. Railroad Accident. A dreadful accident occurred on the Baltimore dc Ohio Railroad on the evening of tie 6th jnst. The tram was thrown off the track near the Relay House (Baltimore,) in sonssqusnce of the switch be ing half open and broken . The engineer, James Golf, and H. Nagles, newsman, were killed. Mr. Hodges, mail agent, Mr. Worthington, lawyer of Annapolis, Wm. Bridges, confection er, and a fireman named Russell, were badly injured. The Jury empanneled lo investigate the matter rendered a verdict that the train was thrown off the track by the displacement of a switch by some persons unknown to the Com pany, The Company have offered a reward of 02.000 for the arrest of the guilty party. Sereral cars were broken up. BuctURAa's Cshldrir. Old Buck, lbs Lo cofoeo's candidate for tb Presidency is a pes ky old bachelor, the citadel of whose heart has never been surrendered, yet be talks flippantly about "our children." The Statetman has ths following choice morsel: "Disunion is a word which ought not to be breathed amongst us, even in a whisper. The word ougbt to be considered one of dread, ful omen, and our children should bs taught that it is sacrileje to pronounce it." Jumtt Buchanan, Ths Cleveland Ltader appends the follow ing: Our children, hey? 0. the old reprobate, to bs talking about 'our children," and he never married. Wonder who was their Ma Republican Celebration at Canton. The Republican Celebration on the 4th inst. at Canton, was a grand and imposing affair. We gather the following facts frcm the Repos itory, it says: The day was an auspicious one. The thou sands of Republicans who bad assembled to celebrate the Glorious 4th, in a spirit becom- Dg day. exhibited a like resolution which prompted the sdds of 1770 to a decided action. lbey felt that the Slave Democracy, by their j unwarranted course had robbed American c:ti- 'IeBt of those safe guards; of their liberties, Free Speech, Free Press, and the right to the protection of their Lives and their Property. The enthusiasm. and fixed determination of llje meeting, fully satisfied us, that good Old Molly Stark will give lOOO of a majority for Fremont and Dayton. About 10 o'clock, the delegation from ths townships began to arrive. At 10J the pro cessions, led by bsnds of Music, proceeded to the Depot, to receive the delegation coming by rail-road, from Massilon numbering upwards of three hundred. The procession, consisting of wagons, car riages, two hundred young men on horse back, thirty-one young girls in a wagon, representing iu Duties, anil iwn representing ivansas ana vrWll .-.,, ' ,,:., A...... .nA . L - I . rr I ... ewvavavi Tf vaa irwww unuili-io tail U mottoes. The girls were followed by 31 Boys, (Young America) on horse back; The whole line Proceeded UP No,th Market to 3J street; thence along Third, to Plumb street; thence j m . xxr . rn ... down Plumb to West Tuscarawas street; the procession reaching the whole distance from the Public Square, on Market to Tuscarawas streets, a distance of about one mile Whence down Tl6CrawM to Poplr. and down Poplar f,Nint 8treey. lhen" UP Nin'h l South Mar- ket, and from '.hence ths grand concouise pro- ceeded to the r air urounds. There were some Sixty prominent Banners carried in the procession Among which we nnl !...! nn ranraBAnlinn ( a mt r in rf an A hnmn'inrm " B 6 6 of Lawrence, and the cowardly attack upon Charl s Sumner. The mottoes on the banners C8rried by lhe QirU' rePreenlin8 lh 8tftte6 ere" ge Banner with the following in- ,cnPi,on : "Sister States, United for Freedom, Not Sla very; The Slave Power must be nailed to the wall 6y Freemen and Fremont- Maine Boasts of her Hamlin and Morrell New Hampshire : Humbled by a ' Frank Pierce." Vermont : Repudiates her Traitor Son, Dou glas. Massachusetts : Freedom of speech ; honor to Charles Sumner. Connecticut : Has spoken for Freedom. Rhode Island : Little, but Free, New York : Her Politicians will unite for Fremont. New Jersey : Tlie home of Wm. L. DAY TON. Maryland : Her Blair declares for Freedom, Virginia : Selling her Lands at 6 cents per acre. Aikansas : Admitted as a Slave State, by the help of "Old Buck." Illinois: Will redeem herself in spite of an "Arnold." Iowa ; Young and fresh for Freedom, Wisconsin : All right Honor to Booths. Indiana : All Hail! JONNY BROUOII, who NO W blows for Freedom, Pennsylvania ; Her vote shall tell the Victory. Ohio . Olory to our Republican Hosts. Michigan : Poor Old Mr. Cass. Mississippi : Rice, Sugar and Slaves. ' California : Owes her Freedom to FRE MONT. South Carolina : (Banner trimmed with black ribbon. ) Qlories in fier Ruffian Brooks. Kansas : A small banner draped in mourn ing. Nebraska : Freedom. There were a number of others very appro priate and significant banners. The following are among the toasts read. The. State of OhioThe brightest example of Freedom's work. Our Country Only safe when purely Re publican. The Constitution of the United States Sacred to Freedom; uocontaminated with the term, Slavery; Slavery and Polygamy Democratic Sisters of barbarism ; prolifio fountains of rottonness and corruption oblivion to both. le Women of America Quick to discern merit; patriotic and pure in their aspirations ; firm and unbending in their attachments; When the promptings of their pure hearts shall be heeded, wrong und oppression will cease. Ten cents a day Jemmy The candidate of the enemy's of Liberty, they know their man; No Democratic blood in h is veins, he has let it out: He is bound to make Slavery National, and those who support him know it. His plat form declares it, and he has pledged himself neither lo take a plank from it, nor add one to it. By a Lady "Our Jeuie," Nursed in the lap of Slavery ; yet with intellect to perceive, and a heart to spurn its cruel wrongs. By a lady- Ths Path War The Moses of thsdsy He shall lead the people from the ty ranny of the "Slav power," lo ths Canaan of Liberty. Tt attault upon Charltt Sumner A practi cal demonstration that 'Truth crushed lo earth will rise asjain " The fret Representatives of the North at Wash ingtun L'nconquered and unconquerable. The Slaveholder'i CW-Duels for Justice, Violence for argument; and Chains for Liberty Jestie Fremont-The Martha Washington of Freedom. John C. Fremont-Tht architect already of n ot , mm , , on Free SUt. and the Heaven sent hope of one now struggling for Freedom. After the reading of the toasts, J. Howard, Eta. of Pittsburgh, and Hon. Rufa P. Spanl- ding, of Cleveland, addressed the immense su- dience wara mem by mail. Your compliance wil 1 obtigs saa In ihe evening. J. Hows.d and John W. JTS!tX rm aw . . , t)r HanceFpilepucPil'sreaUo a aovereign rSB Church addressed a large meeting in the Court dy ,or every modllleation of n.rvo. tomm, Tbar H0UM sufferer; whether tormented by tb acuta, physi- Another MS with 0r. aWalSJ By the arrival of the steamer Africa, we ( foal fits, threatened with prlyai. born, down and du leain that our Minister, Mr. Dallas, has got in piriiel by that terrible laaaitud which proceed from to a snarl with some of lbe Queen's lackeyp, in i l4ck ' nervous energy, or experiencing any other regard to the cclor of a waistcoat and neck tie. p,l ofaikui7 from the unnatural condition It seems that Mr. Dallas was accompanied by of wooderhl1 MW7 ! coonscu v.ry . ,i r r . m m;naber with the source of eaneation.motioo and thouehl an American gentleman, a Professor at West .. , . ' . " u,uu8" 6 danres immediate benefit from the use of those pill Point, to be presented to the Queen at one of .hksh.t once calms, invigorates and regelates the her levees. The Master of Ceremonies refused shattered nervous organization, admission to the Professor, on the ground of j Sent to any part of the country by mall, free of poa hia having a yellow vest, and black neck tie, uta- Address Seth S. Hance, 108 Baltimore atraet, The gentlemen's dress was that of an United BltinMW,la- outbox, 3; two; twelve, f-M. States officer's undress uniform, which we all j - Jnl 17"ln1, know is very neat and tasly. Mr. Dallas vervi Holloway's Ointment and Pills, wonderfully properly refused to attend the leevee, and re- r tired with his friend. This occasion was a per fect God-send to the Eaglish press for several days to write squibs against American man ners and American simplicity. Many of our readers hare doubtless noticed the miniature carriage and horses of Gen. Tom Thumb para ding up and down Superior street the last few days. They will also have noticed the comical costume of the driver, with his powdered wig. cocked hat, tight breeches, white stockings, ajl ornamented with gilt tinselry. It is something like this costume that the English snobs de light to appear in the presence of their gracious Queen. And it is for refusing to submit lo this tom-foolery io the mattei ot dress that the A merican gentleman was refused admission to the levee. Fortunately the peace of the two countries is not endangered by this untoward event. Clea. Leader. New Stage Rout to Kansas. We are in formed that the "Western Slage Company have established a new stage route from Iowa City to Dayton, opposite Nebraske City, on the Missouri river. There is a direct line from this city to the south west corner of Iowa which is designed as the main and principle thoroughfare from the Free States to Kansas. The line will be amply stocked, and able to do all the busines that the demand of travel miy require. The com pany is a heavy one, and fully responsible. From Nebraska City there will be a line of s'.ages to Topeka the capital of Kansas. In asmuch as the Missouri River route is unsafe for Northern emigrants, besides not being re. liable during the low water season, we deem this one the most important thoroughfares in the West. The River route is not only unsafe for Noithern emigration, but it is closed against all Free State men. All persons desirous of seeking a home in the beautiful State of Kan sas, will find aid and pntection by way of the "Irwa City and Kansas stago route." Already a large numbor have passed through by way of this route, and many more are quar tered here ready to proceed. The Press will please give publicity to this fact, loiea City Republican. Words of Consolatior to the Bereaved. Dr. Judscn once wrote to a friend in the hour of tiial: "So the light of your dwelling has gone out, my poor brother, and it is all dark ness there, only as you draw dawn, by faith, some fa;nt dreams of the light of heaven, and coldness has gathered round your hearth stone; your hime is probably desolate, your children scattered, and you a homeless wan derer over the face of the land. We have both tasted of those bitter cups, once and again we have found them bitter, and we have found them sweet loo, Every cup, stirred by the finger of God, becomes sweet to the humble believer. Do you remember how our late wives and others used to cluster round the well curb in the mission premises, at the close of the day? I can almost see them sitting there, with their smiling faces, as I look out of the window, at which I am now writing. Where are ours now? Clustering around the well curb of the fountain of living water, to which the lamb of heaven shows them the way; re posing in the arms of infinite Love, who wipes away all their tears with his own hand. Lst us travel on and look up. We shall soon be there. As sure as I write and you read these lines, we shall soon be there. Many a weary step rve may yet have to take, but we shsll get there at last. And the longer and mote tedious the way, the sweeter will be our re pose." Poking fuk at President Pierce. Among the regular toasts announced at the Fourth of July dinner at Charleston, South Carolina, was the following: "The President of the United States The im personation of that high manliness, that un swerving integrity, thut gecerous catholicity of sentiment, which adorns the glorious union of '76. The name of Franklin Pierce shall go down to a grateful posterity as the man who knew his duty and dared to do it." Herbert, who shot the waiter Eeiting, was, recently indicted for murder by the Grand Jury of Washington and committed to jail for trial, m. W K. Miller, of Can too, Obio.bsajett received Utter patent tor sa improved Steam Oague. Tkis gague we asderstand has been successfully tasted upon locomotives sad sta tionary engines. Net Special Notices. A Voice from Virginia. Cash Poirr, Barry Co., Va. Dr. Seth S. Hanet I was in Baltimore in April, 1-Haad froas a paper I received f voire wa inda"d to boy a boi of jour DUW, rimisnslaa asa j vreign cure for ths A?pileptk Fit. At that time """" b w,ith ,u - tl' Trv- When reaching bom, I riml ; wUh the pill, aecoidin to eWioaa. I do not taluk ne nat had one aince. My wife though, is soaaewhat induced to believe ah may bare bad one only. Kaclo- eed you will sod fire dollar, for which yon will pi ,orwui t bos. I soppow yo can for- fllccix" io c"l5 Xieaaes of the Skin. Thoma 1 mm- . n ... u . a . .. Jfutgrove, of Baltimore, Maryland, was for eighteen months a severe sufferer with sore on hi face, hand and varioua part of hi body, of a scorbutic nature, there were many thing recommended and tried, but to no purpose. As the malignity of the disease did not in any way abate, he then commenced using Bolloway' Ointment and Pills and by persevering with them for several weeks, the eruptions have all completely heslod and he now enjoy the bet of health. 21. OREAT CL'ttE OF DYSPEPSIA. C. G. MEASQO.V, Aferchant, says : 5mr40Nvai.E, Shelby Co., Ky , March 30, 1885, 'The German Bitters give general patinfaction. and I herewith hand you a certificate of Mr. Morton Berk ley, a respectable fanner of this county," :UMr-40NviLL(,ky March 8'. 185.1 .Dear Sir I would inform you tqat I bare been afflicted for sever al years with Dyspepsia, in a very aggravated form, or which i uscu sarupanua ana various other reme dies without obtaining any relief. From the various testimonial in favor of Hoofland s German Bitters, I was induced to try them, and I now state with nleature. that through their use I am enjoying better health than 1 have done for years past, nnd cheerfully recom meud the Uitteri to all afflicted with that terrible dis ease. Respectfully, vours, Jb Dr. 0. M. Jackson. M AKX0S BERKLEY. See advertitement. Ally 10 1856. 2w Dr. Ilardmm will be in attendance at his rooms in the Patton Uoue. Carrollton, the 7 th of August, next. J. W. GOULD PRACTICAL AMBROTYPER AND MGlltREOTTPIT. NEW Sky-light Daguerrean Gallery, just below Hus ton's store, Main .Street, 6'arrolltoo Ohio. I positively warrant all my work, and will let no pic ture leave my Room unles perfect saii faction is giv en. I ask no recommendation. My pictures will show for themselves. The Ambrotypa is truly bead liful, Citizens and people from far and near, are kindlv solici ted to call and examine specimens, and get a ptc'u re of themselves, and mends. June 19, '56-ly. J.W. GOULD. FAIRBANKS CELEBRATED SCALES No. 196 .River Street, Cleveland, Ohio. L. F. dc S. BUKGESS, Agents. No. 189 Broadway, New-York. FAIRBANKS dt CO.. Agents. May 8, 1856, ly- OIGARS AND TOBACCO- I am still manufacturing, and have on hand a good assortment of Havana, Principe. Half Spanish and common cigars, all of whic'i will recommend themsel ves to purchasers who may be pleased to call and ex amine. A full assortment of chewing tcbacco, of the most choice, and popular brands, selected especially fur the retail trade also 8NUFF, PIPE'S AND SMOKING TOBACCO. A complete assortment of Spices, common and Fancy candies, Nuts, Fruits and Confectionaries generally all of which will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH.' Shop opposite J. P. Cummlng'a Store, Main St. Carroll ton, Ohio. JAMES GOHDOS, Jan 81, 1886 tf; WILLOIIGHBI'S Patent Telegraphic Water Carrier. HAYING purchased the right to the said apparatus, in the townships of Union, Rose, Brown, Augusta, Washington and East in Carroll county,Obio. We would inform the citizens of that partof the county, that we are prepared to set up said apparatus on short notice and reasonable terms. Said apparatus being for the purpose of raising and conveying water from the spring to ih house, which is admitted to be one of the best appara tus for labor saving in the female department, now in use. Warranted to give satisfaction. X B. Any communications for us can be left at the 'American House Carrollton, Ohio, . W005BORNE & R0UDEBUSH. July 12, 18 . t.f. THE WOMEN OF THE AGE. Dr, Tobias' Venetian Liniment, is warranted to cur Cholera, Colic, Sea Sickness, o Id Sores, SwellingTooth ache, Headache and pain of all kinds, or no pay. GREAT CURE OF -RHEUMATISJf. Capt. Corostock of the Steamer Baltic (Collins Line) was cured of a severe attact of Chronic A'heumatism in a few days by Dr. Tobias' celebrated Venetian Zini menu CASE OF CHOLERA. Mr. John Wright of the firm of J, Wright A Co., No. 131. Cbar tiers Street, New Orleans, was immedutely cured of severe attack of Cholera by Tobias' Liniment, VOMITING AND COLIC. Mrs. Joseph Nlcholl of No. 16. Essex Street, Aew York was cured of sn stuck of Colic and vomiting by Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment. Depot, 60. Courtland St., New-York. Sold by all tb Druggists, price 25 A 60 cts. Agents G. A. Beogleand J. C. Baxter, Carrollton; I. Wiand, Harlem Springs; Highland and Pugh Harris burgh. Arov. 29 18S5. ly. mSS. M. ANSHUTZ, STRAW k VL MILIMSB, East shd of Maim Stbut, Casbolltor Ohio. Dec. 20, 1885, ly.T A1NTS, Varnish, Qr aauin MarUundg Brushes at , tfA.7ErS. MARK ETS. Csaou.To, July i, 1866 Klosir - 6,00 In - 40 10.00 Wheat (red) " (while) I "" 1.10 t,76 Clover sd Dried apples Dried Peaches Eggs - - -Salt - - -Hams - -Sides Shoulders 1.00 Timothy seed X.0O 7 t,37 Ott 07 07 Butter - Beeswax -Fish . . Oat . . Cora - - tb - 7 CO 31 4050 Wool . Clsviliid, July U, FLOUR, Saperfia, per btl . . " Extra, . WHEAT, Whit, per bu., Red CORN, ' sj . . . OAT8, CUOVER8EED " . TIMOTHY " POTATOES, " . . " . . . . CHEESE, Good, per lb "- BUTTER, Prim, . . . LARD, per lb., TALLOW, " EGGrt, per dot , SALT, - perbbl., . . 1IS 5.75 62.1 I.U 110 40 tH 8.00 80 M 8 14 11 9 10 I,7 1866. . 6,50 4,80 - 1,50 1.W 6 43 6,li 18,00 8,00 ,25 . 18 . Nsw Yost, July U, FLOUR, snperfine, . . . " extra, " . WHEAT, white, per bu. - - " rd, CORN, per bs. 0AT8, " . PORK, old mess, per bbl. " new BKEF, country mess, "... "city "- " - LARD, ' BUTTER, State, per lb. " Ohio. " - SHERIFF'S SALE. Sarah Morrison, vs. Samuel Smvlie, and ) By virtue of an order ( of sale, baaed from the ) Court of Common Plea of Maria, hi wife- ( Carroll count;. Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at the door of the Court Hons in Carrollton, Can roll county, Ohio, On Saturday, the 20th day of July, A. D. 1866, between the hours of la o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clock P. M., of said day, the following described premise, to wit; situate in the county of Carroll and slat of 0 hio: and known and designated a "lot numbered twen. ty, (20); also part of lot numbered forty-four, (44) fronting on efferion street, and being the front third part of said lot, all in the town ef Xew-Hagerstown," Appraised in the aggregate at 17J 00. Termrcaab. J. H. HH IT CRAFT, TberifT. June 19. '5G.-td pr fee $.3 00 FNCY CAR3IME RES. It you want tome fine, fashionable, fancy Caasimeres, call at AiTIN A BAXTER'S , PARA.SOLS.-il fin selection wilt be found at the New Cub and .Predi ce store of AKIN BAXTER. BONNETS. A fine lot of Neapolitan, lace, and En liah straw Bonnet of the latest styles, will be found at the atore of .4 KIN' k BAXT.FR WILLIAM ORR, WUOLESXLI ABO LKTAIL GROCEBAXD PRODUCE DEALER, On the Rail Road, Carrollton, Ohio, will pay cash for Wheat, Itje, Oats, Wool, and Produce generally. May 22, 1856, tf. CHEAPEST SIDDLERY IN THE STATE. THE undersigned return thanks to his Friends, and customers for their liberal patronage, And would say that be continues to manufacture Saddles, Bridles Ac, st his cabin is Washini ton Town- snip Carroll co. U. All work will be warranted, and sold on the mos favorable terms. I will take in exchange for work, erain of anr kind Horses, Cows, sheep, or any other good stock, and will sen tor about one nitn less loan any one else. Jane 19tb, '56.-3. WM. JTcLEAN. TONICS WONT DO! They never did do more than give temporary relie and they never will. It is because tbey don't touch the cause of the disease. The cause of all ague and billi ous diseases is the atmospheric poison called Jfiasma or Malaria. Neutralize this poison by its natural anti dote, and all disease caused by it disappears at once. Abode's Fever and Ague cure is this antidote to mala ria, and moreover, it is a perfectly harmless medicine. The certificate of the celebrated chemist, . R. Chilton of New York, to this effect, is attached to every bottle' lucre, ure u u uoco no gouu 11 can uo no nxrm, This is more than can be said of quinine, arsenic or any tonic in existence, as their use is ruinous to the constitution, and brings on Dumb Ague, which never allows a person lo feel perfectly well for a single mo ment. In illustration of these truths I annex some ex tracts from a letter just received from a physician: Giosostows, Ohio, March 17, 180. JAS A. RHODES, Esq. Dear Sir: Yours of the Si inst. is at hand. The Cure arrived late last year and the difficulty in getting any one to try it was great ly increased from the fact that a remedy had been intro duced which was growing in favor with the public as being better than using quinine, not knowing: I pre sume that the remedy they used to escape taking qui. nine, contained the Drug itself ! This remedy, (known as "Smith's Tonic.") would in variably break an ague, but it did nil ccst it, as it would often return with renewed vigor. This one cir cumstance I deemed in your favor, if I could institutes test comparison between it and your Cure. The follow ing is the result. Three persons took your "cure" all of which were cases of -'Quotidian Intermittent Fever," of many weeks standing, They had tried quinine and other remedies, occasionally missing a chill, but it was, (as in all such cases,) slowly wearing them out, and laying the founda tion of other and severer maladies. I did succeed in ef fecting a radical cure of all three of these cases with your remedy, and tbey have not had a chill since. In all three of these cases the "Smith's 7bnic" bad been used, and would, as before stated, break the chill, but after i period or two had elapsed it would return. 2ZI think there will be no difficult? now in giving to your -uure tne aavaniage grounu ol any other reme dy now in use here, 4c , Ac . W1AL1AM BUCKNfR, M. D. RHODES' Fever and Ague Cure or Antidote to Mal aria, the only harmless remedy in existence, is equally certain as a preventive, as s "cure." Take it when you leel the chills coming on ana you win never nave a single one. JAS. A. RHODES. Proprietor. Providence, R. I. Wholesale Agents, St. Louis, H. Blasslet, Chicago. Babclat Bros, And for sale by Druggists generally. Sold by C. A. Boegel, Carrolltoa, Ohio. June 26; 1856. (April 24, 1856. 3m.) ESTATE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that we have been appointed and qualified as exec utois of the estate of Conrad Jfarker, deceased. All persois having claims against said estate; must present them within one year from this date. FERDINAN MARKER, GODLEVA MARKER. June 26, 1856 3w. ESTATE NOriCA'. .Notice is hereby girea that the undersigned have been appointed and qualified as executors ol the last will of Robert Hannum, deceased. All claims against said estate must be presented w i'hin one year from this date. JAJfES HaATJUM, NOSSETT HANNUM, June 2S, 1856. 3w. Executors. Plastering! Plastering! The undersigned would respectfully inform the pub- : .l, l : , . . . . . uk uiu .in ib ui eugageu in me arjove ousmess, and is prepared to execute work to the fancy of any. Plain and ornamental plastering done to order on the short est possiDle notice. My long experience in the busi ness, snd my success as a mechanic, enables me to as sure tne guonc install worn win ne exeouted to entire satisiaction. All orders will be attended to promptly. Address the undersigned, at Carrollton, Carroll county Ohio- . . WMiC. RUNION. ' June 19, 1853. tf. PARTITION NOTICI fcu, " " ti . n 2 'Vroll cow, y. 0.. -vary, v ) ;Crry,W,lllgeC,-ry, Jo. MoO. Mahit, Daniel MeT D.nW McCrtar r. "i ', , ww i w ia uawt M wwMH '... o(. a. r...l county. Oh,., ih. oh,.,-. prayar of which ia lor parti, it uUfoM ..wTZJ ed real tau, uww ia taa couMy of OamlL a4 .Scat of Owk TV ,l " . twsulv l.e.llil of lownhln .,. ,1c. ' 0 aUoiSacre off of lb aat wui ' tk.iL, nor then.'. wcconu.!riyo..(,i)ol S..M.,ip tulw0 1 Sr "w,t ; or m taunt u al Sutubeurule. I .L. mm . .' " , , at d if MM be m the l.thft l l.lr And,, Y.i''. t diar.. .H i; km. mmmrnZ ZJTTTw. H McCrry and AWeth McC",.ary, who ar mlxwfT!! UiH nitl, .ill tm. i k '. .m. - " - . 1 coart, io Aocost, 15 ROBTUT MAFFEf r , . . - J K' y!' M'J Petitioner Jon 19,1 t6. tm. prfwt PARTITION NOTICE John W. Vox 1 SB a, S p. Mary Cox et at. ) Mart Cox. f widow of Jim rv I... r r . . .... . w mm vw. dec d) Jan Cox, Elizabeth Cox; Barbara Isabella ooi, harah Cox, Laaac Cox, Willujm Henry Hwtukk, Cox, Andre, gaah and Mary Ann Rash hi wife, A drew kannady.aod Eleanor Kannady hi aif Wuliam .... . ,i,c tou, am wu heira at lw, of saat Jame Cox. dee'd, win take notice, that on lbe 'iiih day of June lsi6, John W. Cox filed in la Court of i-ommou t leu ol Carroll County, and StaU of Ohio hi petition, which ia now oendine. whrr.in M wr Cos demaad partition of the follow.... wa i a. O WIL SiXlT aerD mrraa nlT Imf tUrn mmAm. t North eaat quarter of section thirteen of Townahip lif ttn. of Range five. Also forty eight acre off ol tit North i e of the .,ih at t t Township l5of Ranee a. Alan fnr. w ,J .. .. eaat side of tb South east quarter of Section 7, of Town,bip 14 of Range 4. aujo forty acre off of the Westide of the North west quarter of section 8 of Town ship 14 of Range 4. Aim sixty acres off of the Wm 'Hie of the South west quarter of teetioa 13 of Towa oip 14,ofAange4. Alo twenty aces out of the ortn vat corner of the South Wew quarter of Sac tion in, of 7ownhip 14. of Range 4. Oommencing at the North corner of aaid quarter.thence west eiihlv rod. Ill I fiAlilk J . . , . . 9 ' """" ""-j inonce eaat eigrrty rods, East forty rods to the nli ni h., , . at the next term of said Court application will be i by said John W. Cox for an order, that Partition aaav be made of Haiti n,.m!u. .i -' . - . j " "w mm in, uie oower estate of and Mary Cox (widow as afore.-aid) may b assigned therein. July Sd 866. By E; I. ECKLE7 , bU Att'y. LET US REASON TOOETER. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. WHY ARE WE SICK ? It has been the lot of the human race lo be weigh ed down by disease and suffering. Holloway Pill ar specially adapted to the relief of the Weak, the Ner vous, the Delicate, and the Infirm, of all climes, tarn, sexes, snd constitutions. Prof. Holloway personally superintends the manufacture of bis medicines in the United States, and offers them to a free and enlighten ed people, as the best remedy the world ever saw for the removal of disease. THESE PILLS PURIFY THE BLOOD. These famous Dills are expressly combined to oper ate on the stomach, the liver, the kidneys, the lungs, the skin, and the bowels, correcting any derangement in tbeir functions, purifying the blood, the very foun tain of life, snd thus curing disease in all its forms. DrsPirsiA asp Livbb ConrLAisrs. Nearly half the human race have taken these Pills. It ha been proved in ail part of the world, that nothing ha been fjand equal to them in cases of disorders of the liver, dy. pepsia, and stomach complaints een erallv. Thrr u, givea healthy tone lo tbese organs, hoarver much de ranged, and when all other means have hiled. Gixibal Dxeiliiv, III Hxalth. Manr of th m. despotic Government have opened their fT-ustotn Houses to the introduction of these Pills, that ih.w mar become the medicine of the masses. Learned Colleges admit that this medicine is the best ntmprtr ever known lor persons of delicate health. r,i ihn'. the system has been inpaired, as its invigorating pro perties never fail to afford relief. Fxmals Complaists. No Femle, young or ,old, ahouid be without ibis celebrated medicine, It 'cor sects and regulates the monthly courses at iillperiods, acting in many cases like a charm. It ia alsothe be;t and safest medicine that can be given to Children o! ail ages, ana lor any complaint ; consequently no taniily should be without it Holloway's Pills are the best remedy known in the world for the following Diseases ; Asthma Diarrhoea Indigestionl Stone and Gravel Bowel Complaints Dropsy Influ'nxa Secondry Symplons Coughs Debility Infiamation Inward Weakners Colds Fever and Ague Venereal Affections Liver Complaints Chest Diseases Female Compkiul Worms.of all k'da Lowness of Spiiits Coeliveness Headaches Diles Dyspepsia. Sold at the Manufactures of Prof. Holloway, 80 Maiden .Lane, New York, and 244 Strand iondon.by all respectable Druggists and Dealers of Medicine throughout the United States, and the civilised atrld' in boxes, at 25 cento, 62 1-2 cents, and $1 each. (9 There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sixes. N. B. Directions for the oidance of patients In ev ery disorder are affixed toeach box. Feb. 28, 186. ly SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtua of a plurius order to fell, issued from tb Court of Common Pleas, of fctark county, Ohio a cd to me directed, I will offer at public rale, at the dnnr af the Court House, in the town of Carrollton, On Saturday, the 19th day of July ISSt, the following described real ealate, situate in the coun. ty of Carroll ai d state of Ohio, to wit: Dot No. 3 I 5, 6, 7, and 65, in Phillip's addition to the town ot' Pekin; also Lots Nos. 22, 38 and 24, in Jason' a !di- tion to the town ot rekin; also Lot No. 24 and a frac tional part of Lot No. 2, in Beard' addition to the said town of Pekin- (The abovo described property will be sold in a body.) Sale to commence at 12 o'clock M Terms cash. R. A. DUNBAR, Sheriff, ' June 19, '56. td pr lee 2 50. of Stark co., Ohio. SVRMi (iOODS. WiyON,M'ELROT,&eO. ( successors to Ueo. P. Smith, d Co.) No 54 WOOD STBEET, PITTSBURf 1. PENNA . AREYOW RECEIVING A LAP jE ASSORTMENT of .mported and Domestic 17 j Goods, which will beoffeted tt very low figures to .ne trade. apri 3, isao. Jm. ESJA7E NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that tb undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Ad mioistrator on the Estate of William Erl, decrred late of C.rroll county, Ohio. All persore having d.imi against said estate mun present them within one year legally authenticated. ' v June 12-1856. THOMAS GEORGE. ESTATE NOTICi?.-Notice is hereby given that I have been appointed and qualified a Executor 01 the last Bill aud Testament of Daniel Need deceased All persons having claims against said estate mutt pres ent them legally authenticated, within on year ires thi data Jun 1 9, '36.-Sw. DAVID ArK D. Elector. PRIHEW. R CHjFE3?oo hand and for rale low by WILLIAM 0.r?RattheR.R. Warehouse, HURD'S HAIR RESTORAT? A few bottle Itft wsrranted to restore hair on any head that the bald. AUo Ilurd'B Goldea Gloat, for beaut ifiing th hair at IIAXUA'S ry . F.ndly MeCra. TUm M.tWy, Ekkxatatk ll.. ?. r rfJ. ism.