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CtrroUton- Thureday, July 24, 1866. JOB PRINTING, PUK & ORXAMBXT.U, y LsT RECEIVED 4 MOff EXCEL " "t MMHbmt of m Joa Tm of cvan rt let ' every va irty being at looted with , I wll greet care ami judgement, to n it WO Vbh it tO b 111 TI (! w t.r.t atood that wa hare a good Job Paiwvea, who can aod . II, wa motto ii "Excil 1" We have a larger assortment of type, and can do nrrrra work than any once lu thin vicinity. H e only aak a trial Merchant! and otber ho want Cards, Ciboolam, Pampblats, Blahki, Handbills, Bill-HiIds, Tickets, Pboorammm, Cataloouis, Will be accommodated in the rhorteat possible time, arm oo wraai 8toti Sroai, We iavite special attention to Mr. Tho's. Atkinson's fine lot of cook stores to be seen at bis old stand. We sre satisfied that farmers and others desiring to purchase stores will be advantaged by calling with oar friend. Amongst bis choice selection is found the Golden Farmer, of Albany manufacture, a stove that is acknowledged to hare no equal for cooking and baking. Also Pittsburgh and Akron stoves kept on hand. Tin, copper and hhcet-ircu ware made to ordei at the shortest possible notice. House spouting, also, prompt ly executed. Depot Burnsd. The H. R. Depot at New !nent' 8CH,ed lhe moun!ains- BBd CODlrib plm.,1 1 . r i .1. l r ! more than any otlur man towards making Cal Fniladelphia, (O.) together with one freight t ., Z , ,. car, the baggage car and Post Office, on the Tuscarawas extension was consumed by fire on last Sunday morning A passenger car was considerably damaged. We did not learn how the fire originated. The August No- of Godey's Lady's , Book is on our table contains two Steel En gravingsone Colored Fashion Plate; 100 Pi. get, 47 Engravings, and 64 Contributions. Now is in excellent time to commence sub- scription to Godey's Lady's Book, as July com- menced the 53d Volume. The July and Au- gust Noa. of this excellent monthly, contains invaluable receipts for House keepers, upon the subject of preserving fruit, Sic. Recollect that we can give you Godey, and ' H e Carroll Free Press for 3,53 per jear! . ' I Marribd. On July 15.Ii 1856, by Rev. S, W Minn. M M.. n .Ml . mi. iuubeb viMiway, 01 namson co Ohio, and Miss Mary J. Crosier, of Carrol! co. Ohio Oi Thursday, the 10th inst., by Rev. I. rohboW, Mr Cornelius Newell, and Miss If. L. 9mph, all ofMunroeTp. Carroll cp. Ohio. 0 Julv 231 by Rev. S F. Minor, Mr Mat t Buter. to Miss Ann Thompson, all o' 'ii pluce. Hunter's Medical and Surgical Specialist, '-J "i- )a-been received. This high!) pri t I ux hchI monthly is on of the herald of re- rural devoted to "the cul ivalion of a spirit of free inquiry, whiish is not shackled by usage or rHduion" and should find its way into ev- ery household. No physician should be with- r J " " ""u out ,t. Price 9100 per annum. Address .u.u u. w aww . .way ... new been coramitted to Moyamensmg jail for trial or " in default of bail. The examination showed Another Siok.-A vote Ta. laken at the ' 'h8t thimm,!nse 8ales of Holloway's Reme TJrbana Machine Co',. Shoo. vaterrlftv mnrn. d 10 tb,S C0Uatry had lt,D8 sinCfl e"ited lhe iu. I Julr 17th. I and the following is the re-' ' O suit. Fremont. 64 Bucban. ..... 7 Fillmore. 2 Doubtful. 1 Mechanics and laborers can't vole for a man ho is in favor of reducing their wages lo ten ' cents a day. Advantages or Advertisming, The Cleve land Leader says : Col. W, P. Fetridge, who is lhe proprietor of that famous toilet article called the "Balm of a Thousand Flowers," has -contracted for advertising with the principal papers throughout the Union, to the amount $56,000 per year, He commenced his adver tising operation since the 1st of January last. The result has been, so Le tells us, an increase in his sale from 9G0O a year in 1855, to 8150, 0O0 for the first six months in 1856, or at the rate of $300,000 per year, all owing to the popularity of the article and a liberal system of advertising. What is true with Col. Fetridge will also prove true with others thst follow bis example. Liberal advertisers are almost invariably suc cessful in Business. Try it, ye "penny wise." We are glad to learn that our friend E. Reynolds, of Way neeburgh, is rebuilding oa the site where stood his former building, not )ong since destroyed by fire Mr. Reynold's well known energy will soon make all right a gain. We are glad to learn that the Etna In surance Co., of Hartford, Connecticut, paid promptly the amount Mr, R., had insured with them, namely 85,000. It is hoped that the Weatern Mass., Insurance Co., at Pittsfield, and the Washington Insurance Do., at Cleve land will be also prompt, and thus enable Mr. R., to take another start. Canton Democrat. Mr. Reynolds' indomitable energy and per severance will doubtless enable him not only to start but to go. Mr. Reynolds is one of the foremost business men of Sandy Valley. May success attend him afar The gentleman whose black stock cre ated such a sensation at St. James,' and threw the English Press into such frightful spasms,ii appears, was Professor Mahan, of the West Point Military Academy. John C. Hazlet. Esq., tLe Fillmore Electo- iu Wall street, indicated 104 degrees. ral Delegate for the Muskingum District, has - withdrawn his name from that ticket, and is The Whig Convention of Kentucky has decli stumping that county for Fremont. Thus they ned to indorse Mr. Fillmore as a candidate for go! the Piesidency. ly i i It it True Cvbnt ! Fremont, tb Diack K publico ab olition can 'idate for I'rraidunt, is a 8lvehold erl 80 states A. J. Lewia, Esq., of Boiton, up. on bit own knowledge. N. II. Patriot. Jnst as trne as to stale on the authority of John Smith that Bachelor Buchanan is a biga mist, and has as many wives as Dngham Young, and yet the Plaimltcder leads and parades the paragraph to gul I such readers as look u pon that veracious sheet ss their political bible, The Dtaltr has already repeated the publi cation, fir a rjc-erning motive with the editor is thst 'a lie well stuck to is as goad as the troth.' Now we happen to have much better Dem-, ocrslic authority for contrv!ic!ing the false hood, than the Plaindealer s 'A. J. Lewia, Esq. of Boston,' for asserting it. The Hon. Hanni bal Hamlin, U. 8. Senator from Maine, who has been a leading and recognized Democrat all his life up ts within the last few weeks, but who now repudia.es the Cincinnati platform and the nominees, at the late Fremont ratification meeting in Worcester, Mass., bore the follow ing manly and valuable testimony to the char acter and principles of the People's candidate. He said: Who is John C. Fremont? He is the first man who discovered the interior of this conti. norm rree o it.e. i know mm well as a man of eminent ability and of unblemished character and spotless life. When California was seeking admission into the tMtff as a State, I had occasion to confer with him as to the best method to secure that result. He was ue t0 the ri8bt- His language was, Califor- nia must come in as a Free State, or not come in at all. It has been complained of Fremont that he ;is wilnout ufficient antecedents, as to his po- !SUlon or salifications fr ln Presidency. But 'Dot 00,y has he nteced' of the riglt kind, bu' he '8 80 antecedtfnt in himaM He is a greater 9cue officer than any man since Andrew Jackson. Jhn C" Fremont ' M "'i-slavery man, and hM al"ay8 been 0De f0m hh boJbood- AL though a native of Georgia, and broubt up n South Carolina, in spite of his early associ ations he was ever for Freedom. When em barking on his western tour, he was asked if it was not his intention to purchase a slave as 1 domestic for his wife. His reply was, 'I never owned one dollar in human flesh, and while reason holds its sway in my brain, I never will. I love my wife with the most ardent affection, but that wife must toil with her own hands, rather than own ;he fint dollar in human flesh!' From a nun thus educated and thus true to our piinciples we have the highest assurance that with him at the helm of the government if he can prevent it, not one inch shall slaver y be extended over the national lerritory Atrocious i'raud oa the " nblio! ARREST AND COMMITTAL OF TUB 1'KltPKTRATOU. Wfl Lam frnm flu. P k i 1 .. 1 1 . 1 ,.1 . ..B ,1,., u u . ,-.. ... Hoi IS who was r.h.irirpri with mnn , I no on extensively the labels of Holloway's Pills, has cuPidit-v of a cla89 of "'reants known as'med teal counterfeiters.' The establishments of Professor Holloway, in every city of the Union had been closely watched, the extent of their business ascertained, and finally a system of counterfeiting planned out which, in extent and magnitude, has probably never been equalled in this or an 7 other country. We hope the fortunate arrest of the chief conspirator, Mollis, will tend to explode the whole scheme; all the material of the rascally combination Is now In the bands of the police. It is somewhat diffi cult to counterfeit the remedies of Professor Holloway with impunity. His agents "cover the land," constituting an all-prevading "vigi lance committee" whose Argus eyes are ever open to his interests and the interests of the sick, which are in fact "one and inseparable." Hollis and his gang forgot this independent medical police, ever on the alert; all in direct communication with the office in New York. They left out of their calculations the bound less pecuniary resources of Professor Holloway and under estimated his zeal and liberality when engaged in hunting down the double knavery that tampered with the public health while it sought to rob him of his reputation. The timely discovery of this scheme of wholesale rascality, will, we trust, be a warning to "med ical counterfeiters." The counterfeit plates, labels, do., are all in the hands of the author ities of Philadelphia, and the conspiracy is ut terly crushed. Its effect has been to exhibit in a more striking light the unparalleled pop ularity of Holloway's Pills, for only against the leading medicines of the age would such a scheme hare been organized. It would be well for the trade to be on their guard against similar frauds for the future. One scheme of imposture is put dewn, but the popularity of the medicines may give rise to others. A". F. Nat. Pol. Gazette. New York, July 14. Resignation of House Members, The corres pondent of the Evening Post telegraphs as fol lows: July 14. Brooks, Edmondson and Keith, will resign, if a majority of the House vote for the expulsion of Brooks without waiting for the required two-thirds. New York, July 18. Decidedly Hot. This has been decidedly the hottest day of the season at It) o'clock this af ternoon. The thermomntpr. in n aharlv nl,u j .itVfc. u. AiJ.'aL, ,.ti While M.j' Oliver, os of the Kansas in-' vesiigaiiog committer, is prtDarine his "Mi-1 oorlly Report" m islatioa to (be invasion of Kansas, we hope the following will not escape his notice. He is the man ther referred to He dip from lbs -Majority Report" of committee: . , josepn t-amr, swors Live in Atchison' County; came from Buchanan County, Mo., ra 154 ; was at the March election. 165 saw non-residents of the district, whom he had known as residents of Buchanan county, and who have !een reiidenu of that county since, and still are residents of Missouri. Witness here gave the names of a number of those be then knew who were there with the company among them Major Oliver of the commission. There were nearly 390 of these men there; Ma jor Oliver made a speech to them a first-rate speech. To a question of Oliver he said: Yoa made a fine speech, and a peace or comnromi- singoue; that you thought all parties there had a right to vote, Hero Oliver interrupted aid jSaid: Witness, I did not iuitifv men comios- from Missouri as an abstract proposition, but , merely as a corrective to the Emigrant Aid 80 ciety.' Witness: 'I did not bear you explain jit just exactly in that way, but you justified : them in some way. Nctu Special Nottccs. A Voice from Virginia. Cam Point, Surry Co., Va. Dr. Seth S. Ihnce:l was in Baltimore in April, 1N54, and from a paper I received of yours was luaucea to buy a box of your JiUs, recommended aaa overcigo cure for the Epileptic Fits. At th.t lim.. one oi my servants had been afflicted with fits about twelve years. When reaching home. I commenced with the pills accoiding to directiona. I do not think she haa had one since. Mv wife thouvh i ..k.i inauceil to believe she may have had one only. Euclo sea you will find fire dollars, for which you will please lorwara me two boxes. I suppose you can for ward them by mail. Your compliance will oblia-e aaa Youre respectfully M. P. SLEDGE. Dr fiance's Fpileptic Pil's are also a sovereiim wm- dy for every modification of nervous diseases, The ner vous sufferer; whether tornieuted by the acute, ohvsl w T cal agony of nuuralgia, ticdoloreui. or ordinary head- ache, afflicted with vague terrors, weakened by period ical Ms, threatened with pan-lysis', borne down and dis pirited by that terrible lassitude which proceeds from a lack of nervous energy, or experiencing any other pain of disability arising from the unnatural condition of the wonderful machinery which connects every member with the source of sensation .motion and thought derives immediate beneS'; from the use of those rilh which at ones calms, inyigorates and legulates the shattered nervous orpanization. Sent to any part of the country by mail, free of dos tage. Address Seth 8. Uance, 1 08 Baltimore street, Baltimore Md. 1'iice, one box, 3; two$5; twelve, 24 July 17-lm. Hoofiand's German fitters. Tlit Great Remedy for Nervous Debility. J. X. Uallhisar, .DiyUutown. Pi. JuiioSI. 1853. says: "My wife has be3n affli ;ted with a nervous da bilityeince bepteraher, 1S51. since which time I have been unnbU to find any physician or medicine that would benefit he; in the least , until one day I called in the sloreoJDr, Harvey, of this towa, forsoat) tincture of iron, and described to him the afflictions of my wife; he then handed mo a lot of papers to read, among which I fouad one dsiartbW your Uernuu Bitters, I immedi ately procured a few bodies from him, and am pleased lo state that the use of the Itinera has tr.n. k m. Miw uvri.B C1 U1UIU good than all the medicine she has heretofore taken . I t 1 u . 1 f J . . 1 niou juu vu dciiu uiu a nun uuxeu OOtUCS. oee ttuveriiHemeuu July 2i,-2w Holloway's Pills, unquestionablr the most efficacious Remedy in the Uion for Asthmatic Com- plaints and Coughs. The number of cures these won. derful pills have effected in all parts of the Union, more nnrfinnlni lv in msru nf i othmu ,f ),,,. " . g I. n v -m 1 wins aw auug Duuiuiug, ma . coughs, leave no doubt upon the mind of all who have made known; by a perseverance with this admirable I remedy, the sufferer ii nnicltlv roatnmd inkiii, . a. I uovu .ubui ui.u ouipnos UUJbUlug Ul me K10Q eV6r every other means have failjd: and it is a truth Lwnn I disqute, thatthcie is no case of billious disorder, or liv. ! 1 . .1 . Ml . .. .... . 1 or m tutu win quicmy view to the powers of this mighty medicine. 2-j C. G. MKM HON, Merchant, says: SmraoNvan. Shelbvco.. Kv . March SO lfi&S "The German Bitters eiye General satisfaction, and I herewith hand you a certificate of Mr. Morton .Berk ley, a respectable farmer of this county," SiwaoxviLLi, Ky March S 1855 .Dear Sir I would inform you tqat I have been afflicted for sever al years with DyspepBia, in a very aggravated form, for which I used sarsaparilla and various other reme dies without obtaining any relief. From tbe various testimonials in favor of Hoofiand's German Bitters, I was induced to try them, and I now state with pleasure, that through their use I am enjoying better health than I have done for years past, and cheerfully recom mend tho Bitters to all afflicted with that terrible dis ease. Respectfully, yours. To Dr.C. M. Jackson. MA&XON BERKLEY. See advertisement, uly 10 I80C 2w Dr. Uardman will be in attendance at his rooms in the Patton House. Carrollton, the 1th of August, next. State of Ohio. Carroll County s. 1 Omen or thk Jnnai or Probii ) Carrollton. July 14. lsss. ffiUE following accounts of Executors. Administrators I and Guardians have been filed in this office, and is a set for hearing on Monday, the loth day of August, A. D. 1850, st 1 o'clock P.M. of said day, and will be continued from day to day until all are disposed of the nung ana pendency 01 which Accountants and other interested will take notice, viz: Final account of John Cameron, executor of will of Alexander Cameron, deceased, Final account of Joseph Figley, one of the executors of Joseph Fig ley, deceased, who was executor of will ol Israel Aryers, deceased. Final account of Jacob Smith, guardian of Jfary Wilson, a minor. First account of M. Abrahims and Philip Smelts, ex ecutors ol will of Michael Abrahims, deceased. First account of Van rown, executor of will of Daniel Van Horn, deceased, JOHN H. TRIPP, Probate Judge. Cash and Produce Store. The new firm of Akin & Baxter, are now receiving and opening out at the store-room formerly occupied by James Cameron, on Main street, a splendid assort ment of Spring aad Summer Goods, which they intend offering to tbe public at as low figures as any sold in this market. Our spring stock as been selected with (Treat care in the Philadelphia market, and we think we can give perfect satisfaction both as regards qual ity and price of the goods. Come and see our goods and judgs for yourselves, We would especially invite the ladies to drop In and see our Fancy Dress Goods, as we thiuk they will be richly repa'd for their trouble. Country produce taken at the highest market price, in exchange for goods. BAXTA'R. Carrollton, May S, 1856. tf. 0 I AS Castor Oil, Sweet Oil, Cod-liver Oil, and Lard Uii,at it A a Yen s. sV sJa AaV Jsf JL p ' nr Wheal (red) " ("hue) ! I' if" "r Beeswax Carbolltos, Jul t3, 1856 ts.oo Rve- - - 40 l.OO Clever seed 10,00 Dried apples - 1,00 Dried Peaches - x 0 &-. 7 Salt - - - - t.37 Hams .... Qf, Sides .... 07 Shoulders ... 07 1.10 t.76 U 7 - 20 31 40foSO fish - . . Oa Corn Wool rtftrn d Cwvauss, Jaly Jl, 1 wci Snuertaa, per btl . " Bstre, WHKAT, Whit., ser Ism., - . CORJf, IUd' u.'..- ' OATS, ., CLOVKVSKED . TIMOTHY " POTATOES, . . BAJTMS, m CHEESE, '. BCTTEB, Prima, .. . . LARD. ms lb., TALLOW, . . JUOS, par da.., l5 1.H 110 M 3t 8,0.1 1.00 W 8 14 11 t 10 is&n. 6,00 6,10 IP 1,2 M m 20,00 1IT00 8, 'I" 0 ,1" DAlT, FLOUR, soperflo., extra, " . WHEAT, white, per bB. r.4, CORX,p.rba. OATS, " . PORK, old mesa, per bbl. " new BKEP , country mass, " "city -LARD, . . BUTTER, State, per lb. Ohio. " - JULY & AUGU S - APPO I NT ENTS DR. HARDMAN, DHY81CIAN FOR DISEASES OF THE Lunga (formerly Phyaician to Cincinnati Aarin. uoRpuai) win be in attendance at bia wa: Carrollton, "PaUot House," A'oocna aa (oi- August 7. 6, a. new ruuadelnhia Qaiks. Coshocton, Millersburgb, Wooster, Massillo.i, Salem, Cliardon, Painesville, Erie, Pa Girard, Conneao'.viile, Meadville, Clarrion, Franklin, Mercer, Butler, Steubenville, 0., 1, 30. 29. July 28. 2,27. 24. 23. ii, 22. 20. 19- 41 " 17. 15. 13. " 10, " 9. August 9, 10. t3rT" A'o charge for Consultation Dr. llar.lm&n treats f!ontnmntlf,n aim til ,..1. . -r "i viicii i l i.-, ma, LaryngiUts and all diseases of the throat and lungs by Medicated Inhalation, lately used intheBromp titn ffnanit.l AitiHr.n Tl ' - ... . i " fc' jju .in, ,u me ireai- ment of all human maladies, is to get at the disease In the direct manner. Ali medicines are eatima.cd by their action upon the organ requiring relief. This is me wMioriani laci upon wnicu inhalation is based. 1 the stomach is diseased, we take medicines directly ii o the stomach. If the tunes ure diseued hmatJiv oi Inhale medicated vspors directly into the lungs. M iicinee are the antidnb in pli d to the very seat of disease. Inhalation is the ap plic tion of this principle to the treatment of the lungs, f ,ri rrit-AB no Hi ran S siAasa tn ft,M. '- - 1 1 and' ibes whih lie out of reach of every other mean cf administering medicines. The reason that con. sumption, and other diseases of the lungs, have hereto fore raiatpd all l.rpalmont haa Kaon Kummu ,ka ' " s" u o .yi uwctw w iuuh uiu tjMLt: hit ce - ' wvu uivaun. .1.1 . Ulic never been approached in a direct manner by medicine. They were intended to act upon the lungs, and y.t weie appticu w me Bbuuiauu. ineir action was intend ed to be local, and yet, they were so administered that they should only act constitutionally, expending their principal and immediate action upon the unoffending stomach, whilst fhe foul ulcers within the unmolested. Inhalation brings the medicine in direct contact with the disease, without the disadvantage of an, vinlpnt. Aftinn its Anrilil!nn ia u. aimnL j 1 rr - '"" DiuijjH, uiai 11 can be employed by the youngest iufaut or feblest invalid, It does not derange the ttomach, or interfe re in the smallest decroc, with the streoeth. comfort nr business of the patient tW OTHER DISEASES TREATED. Ill rp.lnfifin In tho fntlnwinn Hijuba. a.1.a . I. complicated with Lung affeotions, or existing alone. I " - ' " .w..wr..U UIDWCh l i .11 VI H 11111 1 couipucaieu wuu ijong aneouon9, or ex isting & lone. I also mTite consultation usually find them promptly curable. r!olaPsns ,nd a11 forms of Female Complaints, Irreg ularities and weakness. Palpitation and other forms of Heart Disease. Ziver .mp , n3 DJPPM. aa all other Diseases of Stom fth And lUlWAla Pilaa It , 7iT T, ' "7 . , t diseases of the iye and Jfar. Keuralgut, iiajmcjjj; iu-u au rurius 01 nervous aine.no. 8. D. HJRDM iN, M. D. J. W. GOULD PRACTICAL AMBROTYPER AND D16CBRRB0TYPI8T. NEW Sky-light Daguerrean Gallery, just below Hus ton's store, Mais Street, Carrollton Ohio. I positively warrant all my work, and will let no pic ture leave my Rooms unless perfect satisfaction is giv en. I ask no recommendation. My pictures will show for themselves. The Amhrotype is truly beaatiful, Citizens and people from tar and near, are kindly solici ted to call and examine specimens, and got s picture oi themselves, and friends. June l&, '5b.-ly. J. W. UOULD. FAIRBAIMK'S CELEBRATED SCALES, Xo. 196 River Street, Cleveland, Ohio. L. F. dc S. BURGESS, Agents. Xo. 1 89 Broadway, Xew- York. FAIRBANKS tk CO.. Agents. Afay 8, 1856. ly CIGARS AND TOBACCO. I am still manufacturing, and have on hand a good assortment of Havana, Principe. Half Spanish and common cigars, all of which will recommend themsel ves to purchasers who may be pleased to call and ex amine. A full assortment of chewing tobacco, of the most choice, and popular brands, selected especially for the mail tradealso 8NDFP, PIPifS AND SMOKING TOBACCO. A complete assortment of Spices, common and Fancy candies, Nate, Fruits and Confect ionaries generally all of which will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH.' Shop opposite J. P. Curuming't Store, Main St. Carroll ton, Ohio. JAMES QOXDOS, Jan. 81, 1856 tfr WILLODGHBV'S Patent Telegraphie Water Carrier. HAVING purchased the right to the said apparatus, is the townships of Union, Rose, Brown, Augusta, Washington and East in Carroll county.Ohio. We would inform the citixens of that part of tbe county.that we are prepared to set up said apparatus on short notice aud reasonable terms. Said apparatus being for tbe purpose of raising and conveying water from the spring to ih. house, which it admitted to be one of the best appara tus for labor saving in the female department, now in ise. Warranted to give satistaction. K. B. Any communications for us can be left at the American House' Carrollton, Ohio, WOOABOBNE & ROCDEBUSU. July 12, 18 M IJtlataV V7. R CHA'EStf on hand and for tale low by WILLIAM OUR at the R. K. Warehouse, P bW., . Nsw Yoas, July 21 I .11 FiiRA MARVBLLJ'. N AGE! l!0I.LOWAr8JIMMIT. THE OR Ay J) EXTEHSAL REMEDY Bf the aid of a micrtweop., we aa SMliiaaa W Uilk op.ingaw the torlacof our bodi. Through tkss tkla Oiotaomt, when raided 00 the akin, U car-iei to any organ or inward part, feaaae. of ti.e Kidneys, aiwraeraol tho yer.afTtioo of the heart, Ii.fU iaatioa of the Aaog, Aathsaaa, Coof ha and -lda, are by Ha saaaiM effectually eared, Avery houaawif. koo.. ll..t aaltpa-e. freely throagh b. or aaa of any thickness. This heaitna Uintaaeat far ne ,..H;l, p-trat tWgt. any bo, or leaty pan A tb Ii, wajbedy, carina; U a rfi rlnifilaliij taat co not be iwfced by other .mm. EarsirtLAa, Blt Rase, ft co.i;Tiia Hc.oas raaaedy baa war dene aw aioch for la. ear. of dis eases of tie Hkin whatever form they auay aanime, aa uiu " "tin. o eae oi Halt Uhe.B, Huiyy, Sore Heads, MMM KryipUw, can long wittutand iU influence. Tb. inventor baa traveJIed oyer many part, of the globe, viaiiinir the principle h pita!, diacetving the Oinlabetit, t'ii mg adrie aa to iu appli' cation, and haa tbsa been Uie lueai i of rlri:.g cjurft 1cm numbers U health. Boas Laos, Boas Uataar, Wocds I: Uumm Some of the mo scientific .rieoos now rely aolely nrvot.. now rely solely ... B . on trie u-e of this .onderful fnitmant, wheii I . .. I tc cope with toe worst case, of sores, wounlu. wtllicga and tuiiior. Prbfeamr Holloway haa, by conDtnd of to. Allied Governnitnta, dupatched to the hospital of tbe Eat,', large thipniuu of thi. Oki'mriit, to ot uted under the direction I f tteliedical oUfi it. the wont cues of wounds. It .ill cure any olctr.glai.dtlar rw. ling, ttiffbeea or contraction ot lhejuir.u, eveti cf JO years' atanding. Pitas aioFiarcLAi. Tlte and other tiaaiiar dis tieaaing cnmplainta can be effectually cured if the Oint ment be well rubbed in over tbe paru affected and by othet wUe following the printed directiona around eacb rot. Both the Ointment and Pills th'juld It used the fMuteing cases : Lumbago 8oie Legs Bunions Burns Chapped Dan 'i Chilblains Ffetulas Goat Swelled Glands Stiff Joints Mercurial Erup- bore Area twns Sore Heads Piles Kheumati.-m Salt Rheum .Vkin Dieaeei Ulcers Sore Throats Sore of all kindt Sprains Scalds Venereal Seres II 'ounde of al! kinda. ,8old at die Manufacture of Professor Hollowsy, 20 Maiden iane, New York, and 244 Strand, London ' and by all respectable Druggi-ta and Dealer of Ifedi dnes throughont the United c(ute, and the civilized worm, m row, at as cent, C2 cento, and fl each. tW There is a con-iierable aavinr by takir.. il.. larger sizes. 11, B. )ireetion for the ruidance of natient mv rev disorder are united to each Pot. March U lb66-ly. Dr, Tobias' Venetian Liniment, is warranted to cur. Chole-a, Colic, Sea S cknesa,o Id Sores, Swellinr.Toott- I TT I I I t .11 I ' . uue, ueauacne mvi pains oi an ainos, or no pay. GaEAT CUBE Or AHEUMATISJT. Tapt. Cornstock of the Steamer Baltic (Collins Line) wx c red ot a severe attactof Chronic ATieumatiam in a ..w aays by ut. lobuts celebrated t enetiin iini Mat CASE OF CHOLERA. Mr. John Wright of the firm of J. WVcht k Co.. No. 15.. Cfcartiers Street, New Orleai s.was immediitelv c Mi 'f severe attack of Cholera bv To'jias' Liniment. VOMITING AN D COLIC. Ifrr. Joseph Nicholl of iV'D. 16. Essex Streit, .Yew Ytr - MM cured of an attack of CoiiC and vomiting by Oi.?'rbits Vanetian Liniment. Lpci, 60. Courtland St., New-York. C-r 'A by nli the " -r ttegUta, price 25 & 60cts. A,ent 0, A. iieoeieand J. fi Baxter. Carrollton - r iai.d, Harlem S.-ri.igs; iliddaud and "ush Harris. burgh. Adv. 29 16HS. lv. SHERIFF'S SALE. Sarah Morrison, vs. Samuel mype, and Maria, his wife' By virtue of an order of sale, usued from the Court of Common Pleas of Carroll county, Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer tor sale at tbe door of the Court House in Carroilton, Carrroll county, Ohio, On Saturday, the 26th day of July, A. D. 1856, between the hours of lu o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clock P. Af., of said day, the following described premises, to wit; situate in the county of Carroll and state of O hio: and known and designated as "lot numbered twen. ty, (20); also part of lot numbered forty-four, (44) fronting on Jefferson street, aud being tbe front third part of said lot, all in the town ef Vew-Hagerstown," Appraised In tb aggregate at tit 5 00. Terms cash. J. H. H'tUTCRAFT, Tberiff. Juuel9.'56.-td prieetSOO F NCY CA8S1ME7JEA It you want some fine. fashionable, fancy Cassimeres, call at AAIN 4 BAXTER'S PARASOLS. A fin. selection will be found at the Kew Cash and 'red. ce store of AKINT BAXTER. B ON NETS. A fine lot of -Neapolitan, lace, aud En- lisb straw Bonnets of the latest styles, will be found at the store of AKIS k BAXTER; TONICS TrVOWTOT They never did do more than give temporary relie and they never will. It is btcause they don't touch the cause of the disease. T he cause of all ague aud billi ous diseases is the atmospheric poison called Jiasma or Malaria. Neutralize this poison by its natural anti dote, and all disease caused by it disappears at once. Rhode'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 therefore if it does no good it can do no hum, 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 to feel perfectly well for a singb mo ment. In illustration of thcae truths I annex some ex tracts from a letter just received from a physician: GioaGi-rowx, Ohio, March IT, 1856. JAS. A . RHODES, Esq. Dear Sir Yours of the 2d 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 wbicb 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 tbe Drag itself ! This remedy, (known as "Smith's Tonic,") would in variably break an ague, but it did not ccai It, as it would often return with renewed vigor. This one cir cumstance I deemed in your favor, if I could institute a test comparison between it and your Cure. . he follow ing is the result. Three persons tooa your "cure an ot wnicu were cases ot "Viuouaian intermittent rever, oi many wecss standing, Tbey bad 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, t aid succeed in ef fecting a radical cure of all three of these cases with your remedy, and they bare not had a chill since. In all throe of these cases tbe "Smith's Tbnic" bad been used, and would, as before stated, break the chill, but after i period or two had elapsed it would return. I think there will be no difficulty now in giving to your "Cure" the advantage ground of any other reme dy now in use here, tc., tc WliAilABt. uvvkkah, at. 0. RHODES' Fever and Ague Cure or Antidote to Mal aria, tbe only harmless remedy in existence, is equally certain as a preventive, as a "cure." Take it when you feel the chills coining on and you will never have a sb i j oue. JAS. A. RHODES. Proprietor. Providence, R. I. "Wholesale Agents, St. I.ouis, . :U .kslit, Chicago. BiSCtAV Baoe, And for saleb Drueriste generally. Sold bv C. A. Boepel, Car.olltoa, Ohio. June 2C;"lS56. (April 24, 1656. 3m.) PAR. II ION NOTICE Rotrt Maffiu, ' 1 tMft of Cm v. tmrflc.t.T, U.lrl ErcT'r', W",- U rf.JTSM cCr,y, Tkosaas atctWat., :v .J,rk.rVau.f ObKGMrg. Sull aad R letaft, Si. .tu.ol iUa. of Ch, ar, !, ..in I that on ut f.ni-1. lo ... J i J C, . M m . . ..... . ' . " . l.V. iu nui :r twly iro,()rfto.dpxl,(l)rtoB, , qn.rt.rof aecUoo inirtj n. ( J of tc ( 1 C) of rang. wvi,(7) of the landj aold hi.. . at AsatwawwV, 'no. at I if lhe i u the rlti mind .W u.. u.... b. aoid to tk. bijrhat biddW. And it IhU ..... Mil mmmmmm m mm HiMM mU Hmm bct ieary .no aaauati mccieary, wbo ar. a PWBUSM was M Mr hearine at tb. 0.1 1 UVr of id coert, hi Aug., MM RoB.'RT M AFFP'T By I. Si. Ackley, att y for p-iukiner' m i, i.e. sw.pr reel PARTITION NOTICE Mm w fA-i t In i'srtiii.i.i Mary Ooxttals. 1 Mary Cox, (widow of Jane. Cox lata of Carrot dee'd) Jame Cox, Ehxabeth Coi; Barbara Is Cox, Sarah Cox, MM Cox, William Hearv kn.u Cox, Aiwfrew Rah and Mary Ann KaM ait wile drt Kaunady.and Pleanw Kanukdy bi. wue Wil. 'vis and Jan. Davis, bit wife beira at Uw al i Jarnen Vat. dee'd, will uk. notio, that oo tho 2 day oi une Um John W. Cox filed In tbe Cmn ummoti rieaaot r aroll ikMnty, and Sute of 1 Itilion, wbieh ia now pending, wherein hU i i '..m t.m. al.l i .1 in 1 TZ . " v I HI. liawj ue 1 IO Ml, Sill, M"i,.r. iu im o. m ii.. : North Ml quarter of section thirteen tt Tora"-, teen, of Range hve. Also for ry eight acres off .North y e id lie SoutJi imt t quarter of sectici fMTMMJ la of Ranee 5, Alto forty acres - ft r east tide ot tb. South east quarter of Scti . ' Towi.hip 14 of Range 4. Also forty acre. offo. West aid. of the Nor to west quarter of section $ af T -ship 14 of Rang. i. AUo sixty acre, off of th W ' ideof the South wett quarter of section 18 of snip I i, of Aangr 4. Alto twenty aceto. . North fast corner of the South Went quart ; i . tion Vt, of 7owiatoip 14, of Range 4. t'omm the North corner of aaid quarter, thence west eili thence South forty rods, thence East eighty rods, it East forty rod. to la. place of beginning Al . at lb. next term of said Court application will be I by said John W. Cox for aa order, tWt Far n.av be made of aid premiree, and that the d estate of said Mary Cox (widow as aforesaid j mat at-imed therein. Mr 8.136. Bj E. B. ECKLEY, bit Au'y. WILLIAM ORa, WHOLisats aD tmiL a A PROUI'CE III II I i On the Rail Road, Carrollton, Ohio, wdl pay ci-ii for Whet, Jiyt, Oat, Wool, sod Pro-iuce generally. V' tt. 1556, If. t ua.tr c&l NiUDLfcatK IN THE STATE. THE undersigned returns thank to hi. Friend., sad customers for their liberal patronage, And would ear that be MBtMM to-manufacture Saddles, Bridle. 4tc , at his cabin ia Waal ia ton Tc c ehip Carrol! co. O. All work will be warranted, aad sold on tbe Hurt favorable terms. I will take in exchange for work, grain of aay kin I Hoises, Cows, sheep, or any other good etoct, ajd a sell for about one filth lest than any one else June 19th, '36. -3m. WM. ifcLEAK. CI BC I'Li ATE THE BfWWUBFTt. Canr-aip Weekly Leader, FORTH . GfiEAT CJMPJIGN 0P18M, Unparalleled Inducements! The Cheapest rover in the State. The proprietors of the Liana, ir view of tii grts: issue now at .take the cause of Freedeu tin iupi r 'ance of keepiDg the people inforir jd of tbedcipirau and gun attempts now being madr by Mlalliwlilui -of Slavery to spread that ourae ore. the feruie laioi oi Kinsas, dedicated to freedom by thf Milium torn pact ot 1 - -J i , in view of the recesailf cf laraJakwlg tbe Republicans of Northern Ohio with a .ew.-ct, .. l3r gratuitous circulation, propose 10 issue their IV. lv aa a Campaigner the firs' number to be issued slur the meeting of tbe Philadelphia Convention. Jul" 1 7th. and ending November 11th, a period of five months, so as to furnish the result of the great contct One copy to one addres, 75 cents Five copies to one address, f 3 00. Ten do do do 5 00. Twenty do do do 9 00. Fifty do do do 20 00. Oue Hudred do de 35 00, The Campaign Zeader will, in addition to tat amount of Political Reading Matter, contain the L Foreign nd Domestic and a well selected assort :, ot Miscellaneous News, Tales, tc, making it readr. for all. We call on all tiue friends and Npattic to aid in the great work before us, by ending ir. names. Send for a Package for Gratuitous Circulati. Distribute them among your Democratic briec neighbors. Remember that we are engaged in a grci. at we must labor with all our might and all our ' upon our work depends the carrying of Siate fo the nominee of the Philrdelphia Remember that the sign of tbe timet are pi r 1 events that our beloved country, owing to c ness and folly of the present administration, m verge of the most dreadful of all strifes, a civil Remember that it it devolved upon the tnuel. North to free itself from the intolerable and ir ! pression of tbe 300,000 slaveholders who oi! I trol 4,000,000 of human chattels, and remerr.bi I ' is only by circulating the Documentt that the can be waked up to the sense of the wrongs at a inflicted by Southern bullies on our IpatTtnilv' peaceable Northern members of Congress, aii4 fi centious rabble of Missouri and Alabama, at the ii gatiou cf President Pierce, upon the noble fnt . men of Kansas. In view of all these events, the ! proposition to furnish the Weekly Leader at eo oi rate is respectful I v submitted. COWL-fi-S, 'INKRTON t CO., Publi-! July 10, lr?56. AMBRiGM mm, CARROLLTOX, :::::::::: O:. S G. M'KEE, Proprietor. THANKFUL FOR THE LIBERAL PATRON a extended tome by my friends and tbe public ta. erally, would respectfully inform all interested that 1 ir. tend remaining in the above house during the three year for which I have it leased. I make this announcement lo tbe public for the purpose of contradicting a repc. I j . in ciiculauon by a meddlesome ana maliuioui pcfeui to the effect that I was about closing the House. I il. be found at my post, ready to serve my friends and the nublic to the best of mv ability. I respectfully solicit a cont'nued share of public favor. Carrollton, March 13. lfob. DRUGS, DRUGS. The undersigned would respectfully inform tho puL . , that he has just received from the East, a lot of D medicines, Paints, Oils, and Dyc-atuiEt. which he will sell as low, if not a little lower than can be purchased at any store in the county. Thankful for past favors. he hopes by strict attention to bu business, aad low prices to merit a continuance of the same. Dec. 13.1S63. tl. JUU.N U. UAATerl HntnFattM The undersigned would respectfully inform tbe pub lic that he is tttll engaged in the above business, and it prepared to execute work to the ttaey ai any. Plaiu and ornamental plastering done to order oe tbe short est possible notice. My long experience in the basi nets, and my access as a mechanic, enables me to ti tan the public that all work .ill be execwred co reti'e satisfaction. AH order. vM atieuaed ; r . tl . Address the ui.derbigued, at Carrollton, Ca :r..i juul; , Obio. "AM C. MUKIOJ. June 19, I 56. tf AINid, Yarnn-li, Cir ti-.iu Haiku ne'e Km-:.. t ir. w Hi pMtio. m tb. Court o U. of Ukkm. vt Ta.k.I-l.-jT '