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tAl PAPER OP THE CQUVTT CMwBtifc, 'i kariday, Oct If 186 B Tatar Willi McCot. TRIPP M'COY EDITORS h PUBLISHERS tad Fifty Cents (cr UfW, la pc. ilaot aaya Wl ees. TXRM9 OF ADVERTISING Owe la sere, or leas, tneee laser Clees, - - $100 16 tae, $,o. " " 4eA ' " 1.00. M ' " 11,00. Mi 00. lteso, l,00 " MO. n,oo. M " t,0. ' ' " 14,00. ' ' 1,00. 1 b,o 1,00 lt.oo ts.oo BjBWtVa MM or lets of solid Brevier sitlbeeeoald ataaaa. JTlaaaiiajin steal (M peiBsslsi te aaark the ansa L f J4.1 i 1 - thee of thair advertisement, a vW J i) be patalwbad uatilordered out, and charged aoeorJmflv taw- nBsssssnll tmovtd be handed hi by f etc - - - hi ban tsisrtisa that weak. ajr J as Vow uaatlr and expeditiously executed at I : eajce, on the shortee poMMe notice. ana bi MO. A. OftOPPT. Tl Boeth Foarth Hi I, a bore Vatoat, riUdatptts.is oaraatfciiaad afatil to easels Advertiaanepla tor us la thai city. WW WoaM at dot. PubNsaaaio tba 'Commrd! r jlV ara saw Kew-Tork Agaau. Office 149 lul led Arati. Mew York. Law t tHimpcr. t. iabaaribasa wna do aoi give aotica to tba contra If, ara considered u wishing to couiiuue their tubtcrip t. It Mtbaortbart order tbe ataeootimianae of their hmn.i! a aublisbar wj cootinwe to aaud them until all arraaracaa ara paid. a. I) subset fcara neglect or refuse to Uka their pe rWataaia tima tba office to which the are dintctad. they ara hold responsible -111 they bare settled tba bill, and ordered taea, steeojiwaued. 4. It subscriber rwno't to ether places without io terming the publishers, and the papere ara tent to the terser ramtttoa, May ara asie raaaanaioia. Tba Courts bare decided that, refilling to take popart torn tba off. -a, or removing and leering them 0 palled far, is prima futi arideacaol intentional fraud mf Ptatmailtn who notify apubliaber that a aews papt is tot taker, frouj tie offico, are required to give aba r.n why tfaef are tot taken oal. (See Poet Of UtWrstAjctis end Lata REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS- FOR PUK8IDENT, JOHN . FREMONT. Or CiLiroilNU, FOW VICE PRESIDENT, VILLI A fl L DAYTON. or Niw-jEBttr. SENATORIAL ILBOTOBJ. CALEB B- SMITH, of Hamilton county, JACOB PERKINS, of Trumbull coanty, BtPBaSBUTATIVE BUOTOBt. Bill. Itt-JOHN B. STALLO, of Hamilton. Id RlCJ7AR- M. CORWItfK of Hamilton ad PETER ODLIN. of Montgomery. 4tbJACOB H. OONKLIN, of Shelby. ftth-WILLI AM TATLOB, ofHancoc. aUb.-E. P. EVANS, of Adams. 7th WILLIAM H. P. DENNY, of Warten. tb J. R. HUBBEL, of Delaware. fitb BOdERTO, PENNINOTO.V.ofSeneca lath 'FRANCIS CLEVELAND, of Scioto. I lab JOHN WELCH, of Athena. Ittfa DANIEL HUMPHREY, of Licking. 1 Sib HENRY D. COOK, i f Erie. 14th EUGENE PARDEE, of Wayne. ISth-JOHN M. HODCJE, of Tutcarawaa. 16th DAVIS GREEN, of Washington. ITth MILLER PENNINGTON, of Belmont. 1 8th JOHN S- HERRICK, of Portage. 10th AARON ILCOX. of Lake, tOth JAMES D I) MARS, of Mahoning. Htl-AMOfl E. MJSS, of Carroll. THE RESULT. On last Tuesday we met the fot, and gare btm a repulsing fire. Victory perthei upon the Republican banner io "Little Carroll," de spite all tba machioationt of the enemy, and tbe foul dastardly, wicked schemes laid, attemp ted to be inflicted by the Locofoco leaders and Capt. Kenedy, The majority on the State ticket rangei about aSO. The majorities on Ibe coanty ticket a follows; Potter, Common Pleat Judge. 475. Bingham, Congress, 000. Strayer, Oommimlcner. 400. Baxter, Clerk. 160. Pal ton, Coroner. 376. Nivin, Iofirmarv Director, 460. Offlcial returns next week. Hurrah for Fre mont and Freedom. Glory enough for one frattd and Corruption Zoeofbce Amftmmvinff - Spmriom Tick Capt Ktntiy Iht Matter Workman Oun tin ktd. Jatt as anticipated hundreds of SjmrUut tick et! ware pat io circulation, oa tbe eve of tbe i. Tbe foulest meant poteible were de 1 to ia order to defeat the Republican ticket. Through the exert tout of tba Locofoco leader guided by Capt Gko. F. Kenedy, theae souaicrfcits were town broad cast over tbe eoaoty. Tba fallow ing atrcular iaaaad from tba lattjata aeeea in tbia place aad wat pat in sireulation with eorrttpeoding fraudulent tick eta. fa tee RtpMicmm of Carroll County. Having understood that a report baa bean nut ia etrealaiion by tome tieeignmg men of Cnrromon that rmr worthy friend John B'eat Eta;., of Orange Township, had dnhaed being a ctrrdtieto far the cmee af Clerk of the Coart of oeanmon ptoatof thi cainty wa take this method of saying to th Republicans of this township, and tba frieada of Mr. Wait generally, that said report ia entirely false , if , by some of the inenoa oi mr. x- i aseWto create draaeaatea in tna Kepub efejC and entirely without foundation. Mr. fFewt ' a candidate for that once, aad we here pvoaoat him to you aa aueh, and claim . ,.arT enaxlid and impartial man mutt admit, Who baa the good of our Republican party t heart, that ho it tba) Trot Xomimm of car Re Babtwan eOBraaiUoaj. W pktea hw mm before ou om that gliaa aed for another raaaon, (arbioh H wko know Mr. Waat aid Mr. iaarter fnl readily admit.) that be it io ewjr mjwot better qual ified tA diaabarge the dae i the ofjot, than Mr. Baxter. Io behalf of the Republican of our retpeetWa towoehipe.we claim that we are Tbcb RrU cajej, sad that Mr effort! ia this contest is, for the great good of oar party; aed at the pres- iderriaJ election, oar great obj-t will be, te roll ap increased majorities over last year, for our noble standard bearer John C. Fremont, aad in order to secure this, the baratony of oar ranks matt be preserved Juttkt mmtt b dame Io m i re here emphatically any, that the threats oV base mmsMtioai of a few men in Carrollton, ahall not deter as front doing oar slaty, we win not wink or coaaieo at political sins, even if committed on high places. We tab you then, for tba purpoae of preser ving harmony ia our ranks, aad uniting as mora f rally ia oar political taaa, ao that we may do greater battle against oar eoenmon enemy hereafter, to vote for the tree nominee of the RepabKean eoaveotion, John Waat, oa lb bal aoce of tbe ticket we are shoulder to sbouldsr with you. We leave tba matter with you, hoping that your aotion in the premises, will redoaad to the great interest of oar Republican party." To this circular were attached tba names of tight individuals.a portion of whom didnot sub- aeribe it. nor did they authorize any person to subscribe for them, so they say. The circular was presented to Mr. rV est, but to which be refuted his assent. Some of the persons whose names are attached to the oireuiar subscribed tbe same under a misapprehension of tbe facta taking for troth the statements of Capt. Geo. P. Kenedy, a profeiied friend of Mr, West, and who proetet to be a "true Republican" bat who has been, during Ibe entire campaign working with the locofocot both by night, and by day. Io certain localises hit circular wat circulated with one of the moat prominent namet stricken oat. This eircalar wat put into circulation, aa wo learn on Sunday, by Capt Kenedy, in the neighborhood ofLeetburgh, with the follow, ing ticket. PEOPLES REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Supreme Judge, (full term,) Jotiah Scott. For Supreme Judge, (short term,) OtiasBowen. For Member of tbe Board of Public Works, John Waddle. For Attorney General, Chrittopher P. Woloott. For Commissioner of Common Sohools, Anton Smyth. For Common Plsas Judge, Lyman W. Potter. Fur Constrest, John A. Bingham. For County Comniiarior.er, Jacob Strayer. For County Clerk, oAn West. For Coroner, James Palton. For Infirmary Director, William Nirin. For tbe Bank Charter. The foregoing circular and the accompany ing tickets were intended for certain localities only. Not satisfied with tbia base fraud intended to mislead the R-publicans, divide the rauks and defeat our ticket they Issued another tpurioui ticket purporting to be a Republican ticket in whioh wat printed the name of Robert F. Williams, the Locofoco candidate for Clerk instead of John 0. Baxter, at follows: PEOPLE'S REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Supreme Judge, (full term,) Jotiah Scott. For Supreme Judge, (short term, ) Oiiat Bowen. For Member of the Board of Public Works. John Waddle. For Attorney General, Chrittopher P. Wclcott. For Commissioner of Common Schools, Anton Smyth. For Common Plena Judge, Lyman W. Pa Iter. For Congress, John A. Bingham. For County C'ummissjoaer, Jaco Strayar. For County Clerk, Kobtrt F. WMutmt. For Coronar, James Patton. For Infirmary Director, William NivinW For the Bank Charter. Theae licketa were circulated by pellicular friends in particular placet. Certain gentle men, three in number, who visited Brown town hip on last Monday evening via: of New Har risburgh, were not entitely ignorant of the whereabouts of this data of tiekett. These tiekett were intended to be kept for particular pertoBt and secrecy was strictly enjoined upon the persona with whom they were left, Bui murder will out and t numberof them founc their way back to town by Tuesday morning early. In addition to the foregoing a bogus "Re publican ticket" wai circulated not having a candidate for Congress or coanty Clerk. To tuit tbe peculiar views in other localities wbera thete political tricksters expected to make a hw voters for their county ticket, a number of tickets containing Ibe American State ticket with Jihe Locofoco oeanty ticket ap pended, waa worked off aad circulated. The ticket It at fo'.iowa, except the form: AMERICAN STATE TICKET, For Judge of the Supreme Court, (long term,) 4 Daniel Pack. Far Judge of ibe Supreme Court; (short term,) Tanuel Bruah. Fot Attorney General, J. M. Buthfield. For Board of Public Wotka. William Oldfitld. For Superintendent of Common Schools, D. Wootter Stevens. For District Judge, John Clark. For Ceng re tt, Trtnmta 8. Woods. County Ticket. For Commissioner, John Hunter. For Clerk of Court, Robert F. WUlk For Coroner, Jobs Thompson. For Infirmary Director. Haary Brooks. A beautiful specimen lor aa American tick- et. So far as tbe oeanty ticket re eoaaoTaed each individual hates that "order" to the very death, and would jutt aa willingly be caught with a j gang of midnight attastiai or hone thieves aa who to a man bare ewe bona load ia their f alltboae who they area of favoring tba order. Monday g tba plot waa diaejvered and an eff Jrt to arrest the fraud waa made. Tbe Republicans lasued a circular expoaiag tba fraud aad warning tba Republicans of tba county of the trick, aad calling upon tanas to be vigilant aad tee that bob of theae frtadu kal tiekett won voted, Tbh circular waa placed iato the hands of vigilant, eelivo Re publicans a tbe different townships, early on tba morning of tba el act wo, aad tba fraud waa immediately arrested. That was their principal gun apikod at the And when tbe foul plot waa exposed aad the plaaa of these deeigning trtckatera properly understood, tba persons with whom tba oireu- lars aad spurious tickets ware deposited. eigned ihem to the flames. A few tickets however vera pat iato bands that used them to the disadvantage of too Re publican ticket. Such fraud, and base trickery wat never be fore perpetrated upon tba people of our coanty. Every meant within tbe ranch of these design' ing schemers wat retorted to.-money and hor ses vara at the command of tboaa who mana ged the foul plot, and runners furnished by the seore to deposjte the teeds of distention, but a'l did not win. Truth aad Justice prevailedJ over fraud and corruption. Right is triumph- ant, and the bate, traudultnl and diabolical schemes of theae political wire -workers have met with a tigaat rebuke at the hands ol the people. Efttl Colombia. We have mat the enemy and tbey ara ours Five hundred majority for the State ticket All the townhips have done wonders All 1 all have dene moat gloriously. It would be invidiout to designate but we matt be permitted to tpetk of Augusta's, 63 majority. They are the very best organised set of Republicans in the world 1 yet we defy the world. Old Eatt too deserves a thoutand Cheen I Washington, God prettrve that name, and ill patriotic associations, aha too has beat no "retreat," but met the "Hessians'' at Trenton, Perry earns off in gallant style and deserves til ar a., f -! praise. Monroe too snouia not oe torgoiien in the list, she hat exceeded herself forty votes. We cannot say more for want of room, Brown we must tay did handsomely. All Hail! what shall we tay? Border P.uvfians I These gents met at tbat Rum hole at the Amer ican Tuesday night. Did any living man ever see suoh a crew? No man who considered him self decent stayed after seeing them. Turks Groans I Three groans were given for the gents who distributed tpuriout tickets on Sunday! Oh such groant as were therel The lovers of Jus tice of Liberty, and fair dealing gave vent to their uttermost anathemai upon such a dam ning busineia. Juatioo's Elecilo.i la Fox- There will be an election for two Justice's of tba Peace in Fox township on next Tuetdty, the 2latinat. We understand tba Republic ans hare put In nomination at candidate!, Thot. George, Esq., one of the present incumbents, and Columbus Adam. Both are reliable men and will make good Justices if elected of whioh there can be no doubt after tba result of last Tuesday. Republican Meeting Then will be a Republican meeting at Am sterdam, on next Saturday afternoon. Gen. E. R.Eckley, Col.Van Brown and Judge L. W. Potter, will address tbe meeting. Turn out and bear the constitutional rights of Araeri ctn freemen fairly vindicated. Republican Meeting at Minerva- Minerva Oct. 4th, 1856. Editors Fret Pretv. At a meeting of the friends ol Freedom aad Fremont, held here to-day, more than 2,000 Freemen were in attendance. The greateit en thusiasm and jovial feeling prevailed, and it ia due to the citizens of Minerva to say that there was sot a drunk man on the ground. Tbe first delegation which came into t?wn was the Augusta Delegation, numbering over 200, headed by tbe Augusta Military Band and Glee Club. After marching through the itreeta the Procession then advanced to meet the val ley Delegation from Brown Township which numbered nearly 400, headed by the Wsynei- burgh Braas Band and a wagon load of Ladies some thirty in number. Tbe procession thin marched to meet the Rochester and Paris Delegs ioi One thing wor thy of note wat the company of young Ameri can! from Paris dressed in red jackets accom panied with a Fire engine, there was also a fine military band from Parte. At 1 o'clock, the procession marched to tba groundt to bear tba apeakieg. The meeting wat organised on motion of Jno. Pool by ap pointing Law. McCoy, Esq., Chairman, and James Wostfall Seoretary. Tbe meeting waa ably addressed by Lyman W, Potter our candidate for District Judge. Gen. E. Eckley who excelled himself; aad that talented young Republican J. S. Hole. Jas. WxsTriiA, LEW. MoCOY. Secretary. Chairman. The three Platforms on Slavery la th Territories. TH DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. The American Democracy recognise and adopt the principlea contained in the organic laws esiablbhtng the Territorial of Kansas and Nebraska, aa embodying tba only sound aad ture solution of the '-slavery question," upon which the great national idea of tbe people of with tba whole ooaatry eon repeea fa its determined oocaervatism of tba Union bob interference by Cougrece with Slavery ia aba Territories, or ia tbe District of Columbia. THE "AMERICAN" PLATFORM. Tba iiiaaailsina of tba right of tba native born aad aalaraliaed cibecna af tba United States, permeaeatly residing in any Territory thereof, to frame their Constitution and Laws, aad to regulate thair drawn tie aad aocial affairs ia their owa mode. THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. JtVaofaud, That tba Coaatkauoa confers apon fJeBgreta sovereign power over the Territorial of tba United Statue, for their government, aad that ia the exerctee of tbia power, it ia both tba right aad duty of Oongraaa to prohibit in tbe T(rritonM thorn twin relict of Barbariam, Po lygemy aad Slavery. Will the reader take tbe trouble to aeaa theae three retolutioaa? He will find the first two substantially identical, aad tbe latter tbe only true Platform of Freedom. Albany Journal. Hon. Wm. J. Johnson. This gentleman in a leagthy letter dated Aug.. 29th, 1856. published ia tbe Pittsburgh Journal. hss withdrawn hit name at a candidate for the Vice Pretideacy. After giving bit raat- ons at length for tbia course, which reflects great endit upon him; he concludes hit letter wi'h a number of reasons, why he intends to support Col. Fremont in the coming election, which wa copy from tbe Journal. We trust that tbey will be read by every body, as they embody the great principles involved in the contest. It may be excused in me, to lately honored by your confidence, to venture a few words in defence of the conduct I shall pursue at an in dividual citiaen and member of the American Party. I ahall vote for Colonel Fremont. 1. That he it bonett, capable and faithful to tfae Conttiiution. 2. That he it the nominee of the New York Convention of the 12th of June last. 3. That he ditapprovet of the measure! of tbe present national administration. 4. That he fsvort the admission of Kansas as a Free State, and is utterly opposed to the unjutt and Anti-Republican lawi therein enac ted and attempted to be enforced; lawc and ju dicial decitiont disgraceful to the civilization and humanity and repugnant to the great character ot American liberty. 5. That he would administer Ike Govern ment with the energy and wisdom of our earli er President!, favoring no one lection to the injury of another and without doing violence to tbe interests, right! and conscience! of any portion of a common country. 6. That an Americen by birth, a Protest ant by education and training, (be great prin ciple! of the American Party may be safely in tiusted to his keeping and direction. 7. That he it the most available candidate before the people to carry an election tgaini1. the present National Administration and iti nominees and platforms. Should any member of the American Party coniidei it to be a duty to act differently in the approaching campaign. I shall hope that the fraternal feelingt hitherto prevailing, will unite ut in the defence of American nationality and in maintenance of the fundamental truth that our association wat formed to cherish, protect, love and venerate a common Conititution, a common Union a ommon country, and a com mon God. With the sentiments of sincere regard, I am truly your friend and fellow citizen. WM. F. JOHNSON. A True Virginia Woman. Mr. John C, Underwood, who was expelled from Virginia for attending and making a speech at the Republican National Convention writes to the N, Y. Evening Post as follows : A letter from my wife, who had been spend ing a Sabath with her aunt, a few miles from home, thus desoribes the first Republican flag whioh hat been raited in the Old Dominion : "I had a real laugh on Monday, when I came in tight of our houte, to tee fluttering in the breeze a Fremont flag on a high liberty pole, which Edward, assisted by the men on tbe place, bad raised in my absence. They had painted a piece of linen red and white, and put the letteri on in a homely way, but still it was a Fremont flag. Some of the neighbor! have threatened to cut it down, but the boyi gave out tbat tbey slept with a loaded gun bearing upon the pole, and would certainly pat a ball through the man that touched an axe iato it ; and io it itood. I have promised to make them a nice flag, and will send to-morrow for tba materials red, white and blue. Ob, how I wish I could get Fremont and Dayton pnt on it nicely, in large letters l iri chose to put up on our own land a Fremont flag, have I not the right ? If not, do tell me, and I will not do it ; but if t can, I am resolved to have the flag up, let the conaeonenoea be whet tbey may. Some gentlemen bare called and advis ed me to bare It taken down, said it was inju ring as very much ; bat I said No ; it waa up and should stsy up till I got a letter from you." This I consider pretty good pluck in a wo man, and a boy only in his fourteenth year ; aad I reckon I shall nnt advise the striking of that flag. Columbia, S. C, Oct. 11. Talks Bis. There was a large and enthu siastic meeting here laat evening, nt which Col Boioe, our Representative in Congress, spoke amidst great excitement sad applause, and advocated resistance to Fremont's admin istration. Tbii it rather big talk. Cold mbi asa. All the townships ia except two. Bingham't majority 1000, Potter do. Good for 1200. The Hate Fra-jdetn. Toe Richmond era tie paper in Virginia, and one of the moat ardent supporters of Buchanan, holdt tba fol lowing language : "Until recently, the defence of Slavery labor ed under great difficulties, because its apologises fforthevwere mera apologists. ) took half- way grounds. They confined the defence of av mw r Slavery to mere negro tlavery ; thereby giving up the slavery principle, and admitting ofAer forma of slavery to be wrong. Tbe line of de feaee. however, it bow changed. Tbe South now maintains that Slavery it right, natural ami necessary, and does not depend upon difference of complexion. The laws of the Slave Slates jutt- fy the hold of white mea in bondage. The Charleston Standard, a leadiug Buchan an psper in South Carolina, aays : "Slavery is the natural and normal condition of the laboring man, whether whits or black. Tbe great evil of Northern free society is, that it is burdened with a servile clue of mechsnics aad laborers, unfit for self government, and yet clothed with the attributes and powers of citi zens, Master and Slave is a relation in society as necessary as tbat of parent and child ; and the Northern Mates will have yet to introduce it. Their theory of free government is a delu sion " Ths Richmond, Vs., Enquirer, Baohansn's confidential organ, speaks as follows : "Repeatedly have we asked the North, 'has not the experiment of universal liberty Failed? Are not the evils of free society insufferable? and do not most thinking men au.ong you pro pose to subvert end reconstruct it ? Still no an swer. Tbe gloomy silence is another conclu sive proof, added to many other conclusive ev idence! we have furnished, that free tociety in the long run is an impracticable form of society; it is everywhere starving, demoralized, and in surrectionary. We repeat, then, that policy and humanity alike forbid the extension of the evilt of freesociety to new people and coming gener ations. Two oppoiite and conflicting lorms of society cannot, among civilized men, coexist and endure- The one must give way and cease to exist the other become universal. If free society be unnatural, immoral, unchristian, it must fall and give way to a slave society -a system as old as the world universal as men." The Muscogee, Ala., Herald, another Bu chanan organ, sayi : "Free lociety! we lichen of the name. Whai i it but a conglomeration of greasy Mxchan- ICS FILTHrOPSRATIVES, SMALL FISTBD y.lRUKKB. and moon struck thioeists? All the Northern and especially the Now England States, are de void of society fitted for well bred gentlemen. The prevailing class one meets is that of me chanics itruggling to ba genteel, and small farmers who do their own drudgery: aad yet who are hardly fitfor association with a South ern gentleman's bodyservant. This ii your free society whiuh the Northern hordes are ecdevoring to extend into Kansas." The South Side Democrat of Virginia. whose editor was supported by the Dnmoerats for Clerk of the House of Ripreientatives of the present Congress, pitches into everything Free, after the follow intr style: "We have got to hating everything with the prefix frze, from free negroes down and up through the whole catalogue free farms, free labor, free tociety, free will, free thinking, free children, and free ichoo'ls all belonging to the same brood of damnable isms. But the worst of all these abominations ii the modern system of FREE SCHOOLS. The New Eng lond system of free schools has been the canse and prol-fic sorce ol the infidelities and trea lon that have turned her cities Into Sodoms and Gomorrahs, and her land into the common nestling places ef howling Bedlamite?. We abominate the system because the SCHOOLS ARE FREE!" The Alabama Mail, in speiking of the shoot ing of the Irish waiter by that distinguished Democrat P. T. Herbert says: "It is getting time that waiters at the North were convinced that they are servants and not gentlemen' in disguise. We hope this Herbert affair will teach them prudence." The Washington Union, the national organ of Buchanan, says that the freo white laborers of Kansas. "Are a miserable, blear eyed rabble who have been transferred like io many cattle to that country." Senator Butler of South Carolina, the uncle of the gallant nephew who assulted Charles Sumner, says. "That men have no right to vote unless they are possessed of property as required by the Constitution of South Carolina. There no man can vote unless he owns ten negroes, or resl estate to the value of ten thoutand dol lars," It is tbe boast of tbe Statman that theirs is a " national" party that its principles are the same both North and South. We may therefore safely conclude that tbe above ex tracts express it, opinions, end that the South ern Buchanan organs faithfully represent its "national" principlea, Democrats of Ohio, are yon willing to indorse by your votes ths atroc ious sentiments of theae sectional nullifiera? Chicago, Oct. 11. Kansas Emigrants. A party of Kansas emigrants, chiefly from Ohio, Illinois and Wis consin, to the number of about 300, including women and children, at Tabor, Iowa, received intellgence on tbe 1st ef tbe approach of Gov. Geary with 150 dragoons, to oppose their en trance into the Territory. They determined to proceed on their journey until fired on. They expected to meet troops at Little Neha mu River oa the 4th. tBT Rev. J. W. Swick, formerly of Minerva Stark county, has removed to Tuscarawas coanty. Hit post office addreta is, Winfield, Tuscarawas coanty, Ohio, rXTami 1 hlirrtitt Pitt Pill S c-roi OLD HIGH PRICES! Be It preelaiaaed te el the Works "ea4 tee reel ef mankind that there le now b log esUtaiee tbe meat saaarnHVeat aad hsk tot sals atauilaniuof wearing ap parel ever spaaed la Larre aawaly. Tbia as ay aba eat IsspneslbU to those who bare not p arsenal ry Fattened thecaaelves of the fact, as all eaa peteeivs, who will call with j. 8 BLOCH, at hi esaporiaat ol I id the Tattoo Hoaae Block, Main street. the great excitement ei iced by the people to whole saita ol bis cheap, made te ertar, clothing. The truth U, that notwithstanding the nree sure ot the thnea, he is prepared tr- protect the ait tens of Cairoltton and the neighborhood for seoretdf eailee around, from the "biting frilts" of autumn the chilling blaate of snow winter and last bat not least, rrfltn are irises and downright imposition of high prices here tofore practiced upon them in certain localities and by certain eatabltsbmenta, aa be has received by railroad. a large, superb, rich, varied and exceedingly cheap as aortnient of fashionable and durable Over, litem. Box and fashionable coats. Alao pants, vesta, cravats, shirts, drawers, overalls, bate, cap, g lores, seek aad pocket handkerchiefs, and every article neeeeeary tee the fall and winter trade. In connection with bis splendid as sortment of clothing lor those of 'itper years,, he has alao a large and ettenriva supply of fray s Clothing tor fall and winter which is alao offered at the lowest rates. He also has on hand aa extensive supply of the richest, cheapeat and most durable made to order' head Trunks and carpet Sacks. Thankful for past favois he invitee all to call and ax amine his stock, Ne charge tor exhibiting goods, net does he aak vou to purchase of hiss if you can bay cheaper at any other clothing at era in either th tow , county or State. J.m. BLOCH.. CarrclltOB.O., Oct. 16, 1H5. 8m. Fall and Winter Goods!!! We are on hand again with a desirable stock of new and fashionable goods, comprising all tbe various styles of goods that can be found anywhere. And we take this method of infoiming oar friends and the public that thit aas roa sail, and at prices that will aston ish and please, niong our gTOda can be found all the late styles of Ladies' Dress Goods, coexisting of silks, wool plaids, me linos, parauetas, delaines, prints, ke. Shawls and Dress Trimmings ol all the latest styles. H in as n Bots wsab. Clo Iht, cassimerea, SAtinetta, tweeds, jeans, 4c. Kit dv-Mahs Clothing, In this department we defy competition. We have everything in tbat way. Men's over, dress.and business coats. Also boys elothing. Boots and Shoid. Avery thing belonging to this branch of trade. Hats and Caps. All that is desirable for dress or comfort, Clock. You who want the right time, call with CUMMINCS a COUCH. October 16. 1856. DIS8OADTI0N OF PARTNERSHIP.- The painer shin he etofore existing between tbe underaiaued in the mercantile busineFa under tbe fiim of Highland and Pugh, ia this day dissolved by mutual consent, and as we intend settling the books ol saia nrm ana cios- fna ud the matter, we would say to tboae indebted tnat the books will for a short timo be foand at the store room under the control of the undersigned, where those interested will please call, settle and pay, it not all at least a part, as we need nioacy. 8 HIGHLAND. Oct. 8, 1856.-3W GEORGE PUGH. The undersigned will carry oa the mercantile hufines at the old stand where he will at all times be on hand to a h ud to those who will favor him with their cus tom. fl.A. HIUHL-tND. October IS, 1858. 3w. IMS I -IIU T1AI, ELKC l'IU.. PROCLAMATION. The qualified voters of Carroll county, Ohio, are hereby notified to meet in their seveial townships, at tha usual place of holding elections, on Tuesday, the 4th day of November, A. D, 1866. and then and there, between the hours affiled by law for holding electioas, proceed to elect twenty three R lector for Prenidcnt anil vice prenident of the United Stales, in pursuance of the Constitution aud the laws of the United Slates and of this Slate. Given under my hand at Currollton, the 14th day of October, k.D. 18f.6. JOHN H. WHIT CRAFT, Sheriff of Carroll CO' Ohio. October 16, 1856 td. "R. E. SELLERS & CO., PITTSBURGH, PA., Corner of Wood and Second streets, at the old stand of Ogden b Snowden, OFFER for sale in ':anlities to suit purchaser s, seam ptete assortment of fresh imported Drugs, Wedi cities, Ohemicals, Gum9, Oils, Dye Woods, Acids, Dye .Stuff., Window Glass, Glassware. Surgical InstrSrrierts, Patent Jedicines, White Lead, hed Lead, Aitaeeege and Zinc Paint, together with every article embsaeed in our line ot business, We are the sole proprietors of Sellers' Ce'ebratad Liv er Pills, Vern ifuge and Imperial Cough Syrup. Agents for sale of Kensington White ead; (Phila'd) quality equal to best in market and warranted fail weight. Agents for sale of Hull & Connell's Metropolitan White Lead, Ne York. " A'ew Jersey Zine Petei N. Y. " " French. B Always on hsnd New Jersey Zinc Compsny Zinc. tfJjTOrders will have prompt attention, and tilled ap on tbe most reasonable terms. Oct. 2. '60. PUBLIC ARMS!! In pursuance of an act of the Ohio legislature, and under the direction of the Quarter Master General, hereby notify all person i who new havein their pos seseiyn any public arms, belonging to the Slate of Oh io, to wit :U. S.Muskets, Aides, Pistols and otker ac coutrements belonging thereto.that tbey shall forthwith deliver them to the undersigned, at the Jail of tbe county. J. H- WHITOZAF7", Oct. 2, '66 3v. Sheriff of Carroll county. HARDWARE IN WAYNESBUROH, OHIO. WE RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO tbe citizens of Oarroil, Stark and adjoining coun ties, that we have now ou band a large aad. well se lected stock of Hardware of all descriptions, such aa Iron, Kails, Glass. Sash, Carpenter's Jokers, and Cooper's tools of all kinds, usually kept by the trade We invite farmers and builders o call and examine oar assortment before purchasing elsewhere. Saddlery, Harness, and Carriage Trimming?, constantly on band. Paints, Varnishes, Oils, Sc., of the best quality constantly on band, all of which we win sell at the lowest cash price. Call and See. Sept. 18, l866.-tf. MAY ROHNSOiv DI P. W. LEE phisician & mimm, FOA'MEKLY OF SALEM, OHIO: AND FOR THJC past year practiced In connection with Jfr. J. 8. Hunter, has removed his office and residence t the dwelling house formerly occupied by Capt. Geo F. Kenedy, near the Court House, corner of Lttnoe aud Oanal streets, where be will hereafter be foetid, at all times on hands to promptly attend to all calls that re quire his professional services. Flattered by put suc cess, be hopes by prompt attention to merit a son tinuanee of public patronage. Dr. Lee claims to be entirely modern in the tteat ment of disease whether of sargieal er other charac ter. Be has also paid special attention to the new treatment of lung and throat affections, vis; by' Wed ical InhalatioL." Patients suffering Irom.eny form of those affections, whether of acute or chronic charac ter, are especially invited to call at hia office, where be will be happy to render all information 'th regard to he disease, method of treatment, Ac,, free ef charge. Diseases of woman and children receive prompt at tention. Cerrolltoa. 0.,Sept. 18, 185. tf.