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.Bt vtftSt rtt made to im b thi. tor, iu mul bj the . The only feie CU80U. fi!4 fa saVn erkt I rmaiued in elate o fu'r oh. Mo teHer eUye tingle precif J .s'c J, and, in fount, m hnnnio) feller like oe, who all lit als deehu to bssas enticiu' as t Liril, aet fixing (o Maj alone if i-e eould help it. I AM $ ereetar ence, named fcofy Uaaoi, op the Cumberland, nigli into NaehTille, Tenntstee, that I took id oritil benkerin' arter, r.ad I tot id tooktt' animus for matrimony, sad I gin logo reg'lar to BJeelia' and tuk a dicitiV tre jnendoat fine6ed, ju.i lo k if a could-win bei goad opinion. 8he did get :o lookio' at me kibd o! aly . i' as a borae does at ewaethitT he'i acart at, whan, artel ehamrin' at a dittance far a while I tiled op lo her and blurted out a few wcrdi about the tartnia she says yet; but ecu rne if 1 know whether that war ibe right answer or aol, and I'm thinkin' the didn't '.mow nuther Veil, we larfed and taWed a leetle all the way long to ber dad ly't, and tlor I giv her the beat bend I had in rae, and raising my bran now bat at pelt and perlya an a t.ir.i'tcr, look im' all the time i" i ,ucin' turn I aot tiie jja! treaaolin.' Her old dadtiy kae a powerful nu nerout lot of niggert, and lived right a jicin' y place, while oa tl.e clue: aide lived Jakt Simmons; a tneekin,' cute varmint, w'uo war wureer thin a miser for lUagiMaf, and ns eooner did ikitcuraed earpeut IM rae ndliu' np toSofy, than he went to slickin up loo. and tot bimtelf to work to cut me out. That ai wur a .liu.'jl ajkil lu the battle of I P S -J Orleans, First tome n lixap ol Jake's would take ber eye, and then I'd sport aomelhin' that would ouuluue him; until hi latt Jake gin in tryin' to jut drees me, and tot to thiokin' ol tomethiu' else. ,0ux farms wer jf t th same number of a eret, and u both owned three ajgytfl a piece. Jake knew that Sofy and her did kept a tharp eye out for the main chance, so lie thought he'd clear me out by bvU' another nigger, L;l 1 foller'd tuit, and botglii cue the day after he bought hit, to be htut no advantage liiar; he then got a cow. and to did I, aud then, jutt a bout than, both our puiaet gin out. One Sucdny uiornin' I trar leetle late lo meelin', and when 1 got t'u' the fust thing I teed war Jake hinmon? tittin' clou bang up agingoly, in the tsme paw with ber daddy. 1 biled awhile wi'.h wrath, aid then tuned tour 1 could laatt wjtejf. Thar they rur. eiojjin' himi out the came book' Je-e-miuy fellert, I war to enormous mad ih"itle hjw silk hand, kerthief rouLd n.y ueck lotl ila color. Artir muslin war out lUey wulkei linked armt, aamilin' an' lookm' as pleased as a young couple at their chrittinin', aud -ofy tuiued her 'cold bhouldei' lo me to oriul, that I wilted down and gin riyhl up atraigul Jake had her that war no dirpuliu' it. 1 headed towards home, willi my hand ne (at in my trowters pock ii n . 1 could p lah em twarin, a'l the way ihatsho wur the latl one that would ever gjl a chance lo rile my feelinx.' ratlin' by Jakc'a iilunUuun, 1 looked over the fence and ltM klood an i iiiunution of the mat ter, rigbl facia' the road, wlm, evtry one pass in' eould tee it, hie consumed cow wue tied to a alike iu ibe gardhj ' with a mod promisiu' calf alougkide uu Ik r. 1 lie cah jeH sjuied my milk, and made Bbfj thiuk that n teller who wur alv7tiye giuin' uhtud like Jake wur a right amart chance for a lively huaband. A thoiit of laufhler haia .ii on tided Sugar' voice. At kooii as alienee was reiiord, he ad ded, in a ttlemn vuinu, with one eye bhul and hit forcfina". r pc.nied at bit auditor: Whutacuettd tighi woster thun hit gitlin' bofv was the fact that ho b-lowed ihe chIi the nixhl before of Ditk llaiiev 1 A ft r the varmmi xol iSoly hitched, he told the joke all om tho fitljijatlt. ind 'he I. ... ueTer teed Be .".'M. nr.K thai the didn' b-uli b a h, t me for leilin' a calf eul n I out of a gtl't alfvetion. I d tliol jHke, but 1 inon il wui a tree count try, and the gl hail it nglM lo eliooae williout bein' made a widder, to 1 told oul and trave led. I've alwiiyx ihoit tiuce (lien h , ., that wimmiu aur a good deal like HcJur if you love 'em too lm;d (hey uie cure to throw you tome way. '1 All Molt) AND 1 Ilk. liKAM. 'John,' said n clergyman lo oue ol hi. Hock, ycu tliould he come a Ueu.liilki -j ou have teen diiuking to day.' 'Jo you iii-r Ink' a wtu dnip your aol' air t' inquired John. 'Ah, but John, you must lock al yoor circumstuncei aud mine?' .IT l.Ufl ' ii'l.lttt ti.lfl loil ail mMm ,..h . j - ... im. i,,u juu irii me how the Mrootl u( Jtiusalrin were kept to Clean? "No, John, 1 eannn'. tell yon thai.' W til, iir, it wat jui because evuy one ketp it bit ain duoi clean?' it pliid John with an air of tiiuinph. The pion lookad us if he fully acknowledged tLe corn, and disappear J. John wat never cbalechUtd ufter thai by his frorihy ; a tor. A FniiKB is Ni.au. At ihe Coumy police- ( tnce at iiate.iteaa, ou luursuay, intee men srere charged with having been diunk and dh orderly. hen culled upon to plead, one ol them undertook lo epcr-.h lor ibe whole, and re plied, I wo oiua guilty, ani one not jjuilly?" "Well," atUd '.He Bench, "are you guilty, or not guilty?" "Ob," critd the tpokt.man, 'I'm pot guilty. "It's only tl e olliert. Ahathodt whe suppo-ta thai locking c young lady in a room to prevent her from knowing yrbat Jove meant, might as w!l undertake to keep the tirawbertiea lion blushing in June, by whispering in their ears aboatthe snow we bad last winter. gW Joha u, Ualiw.ll, l. ip., bit been e- hcled d n of Jt Obk Journal ol iiiucaiion. CaDjcs Department. from fleJMeia, Domostio Dntire ISO m.TS TO BOOSMKMMFMMS, It is a socd plan for the mistress of a boose- hold to appoint a certain hour hr the giving cui of stares for the day or week, and retjune tWajtaaJjil ca the pari of dooietlict in making iheir leut-sis known. Should Ibey naglecl (torn foigetfulnets to apply for the articles ibey need at the proper lime, the mistress should refuse to re open her store room, and thus lemonatrate to them the inconvenience anting fioa inattention and neglienc. A letson ol this kind will prove beneficial ia other retpeclt alto- it will prove the tw.mieit and dtcition of the lady ol the houte and will do more ic wards p.'odiibiag a sjtlem of order and prompt ness, than all the lectures and advice that you could heap together. TLe giving out of store by the mistress also ensures a proper degree of domestic economy for tie learns how much is required per week, ofarlicka in ue, and she cannot be imposed upon, or be requeued lo procure supplies which are watted, instead ol being judiciously used. It mar not be impropsr in thit connection, to offer a few remark, relative to the sutpici on tometireet mauifetted by mLtresiee to wn ds servants. Until actual deceit and dis honesty is discovered, it is best to maintain an unsu'picieua and generous manner in the ne cessary intercourse which must occur between employers and domestics. Tender hearts oft times heat beneath rouh exteriors, and the locking ox chamber doors, and ordinary arti cles of furniture, imply a, great a want of trust at tpoken words. A writer, evidently possess ing a true knowledge of human nature, eayt "I knew a lady formerly, who. duriog her life, might be thought to anticipate the torments of another world, by the evident state of perplex ity and uneasiness to which her suspicious temper bad brought her. Sho never had, according to her own account, an honest ser vant, and, to say Ihe truth, her domestics, mere frequently from the low deaire to out-wit her, than from dishonest propensities, often ali'orded her cause for diiquietudu and vexa tion." Whan a fault is discovered the first time, gentle treatment will often prove far more ef leclual than harsh measures. We once read of a lady who discovered theft on the part of a servant, and was temp'ed, therefore, to die mits her. Finding her, however, upon exam ination to be friendless, the look pity on hei- and conversing with her freely relative to her fault, told her as suip'nion could not reform her, sho (the lady would try to forget the cir cumttance entirely if tho offender would prom 1st, solemnly, never again to betray the trust reposed in her. The promise was made, and llie 1 iJy was rewarded for her forbearance and gentleness by a prolonged aud f tithful eervid of years from her gratelul and attached Ber vaiit. In n previous number we referred to the purchase ofarticles for a household, and re turn to the subject, in order to state a few par ticulars which may not be genorally known and which may prove profitable, Candles aoap, and many si her things, "are more ail vaniageou-tly purchased in large quantities." -andles improve by keeping, as does ulso soup the latter should be cut into small pieces, weighing itbout half n pound, nnd thould bt kept in a dry nnd tslerably warm place, It is best not to use soap until ix months afiei it ia purchased. A laige percentage will bt 1 i... c.ii ... .1- .iv. ... oot.u ojr luiion nig uut mis Uirt Cllon, AClotS aud heavy grained loaf bitgitr is ihe betts to piocuie. porous sugar i. not econo:incn asalmoBia double portion, is requires I aweetenintr, than when a hurd and solid mmu e is used, "luce should not be purchased large quantities, as un insect is apt to breed U; to prevent this, all seeds should be kept earthenware jart und be covert d from the air." Ia preparing lor dinner panic, or in providing coofeotions for home use, it is usually fount, lo bo more economical to purchase those of . superior order, than to prepare lhun. No risk attends tins comae, for you are assured 0 their being well made, and alto do not sull'n lots utteudaiit upon vain attemptt. Common pretervet are bolter when made at home, and are lest expentive. Fruits, for winter use, may be preserved in many ways but, generally speaking, the room or cellars in which thty are placed should bt tiht and free from damp. Apples and peart may be laid on a dry floor, or ibcU, and be covered with a linen cloth or they may be packed in bariils, and bs kept where ihy w ill not frttzc. "More delicate fiui'.s may alto be preserved by wiping ihem dry lo clear away the moisture which they yield after gathering, and then pla cing them ia eanhern jurs, aud covering them wiih laytrt of dry tind of about an iueh in thickness. ach jar should bo well filled. c. . sr. 1 with cement, and placed in a cool, dry place, hui where il cannot be affected by frott When fruit has been frott-Ujden.it should be put into cold water, which will recover it if j, be suffered to reman in il a sufficient lime." "Onions and bulbs should be laid Losely on .helves, in a diy c. liar: cabbages, eudives. leu tices,nd similar plants, alio, may be prtse. v ed throughout the winter, iu a Hate fit ibr m,v if they betaktnout ofthe ground with Ibeil main roott oniire, in perfectly dry weather, a( the end of the teaiou. and partially immer'aed in dry land. They should be kept in a clone dry cellar, of an ice-cold temperature." The above extracts are ao eminently UBefa thai we could not forbear copying thm, and trntt they will merit the approbation of houti keeperi. Don't read any coro ot Lhia colmnc, fttmnegg a r i) 5. . -1 A. W. MOUKIMO, ATTOMMXY A 1 LAW, UAH resumed tbe practice of the law He I will particular! j attend to the settlement of eMstea. . Eieeutora, AdmlnUtrtlora, and Guardian. , lor wl leh U lata experience in ibe Probate Court amply qualifier lim. All ether butiiieee of a profewional ebaiaclei en runted lo hi. care, iu this and the ailjoinlne eounlier. ill be attended to with promptitude anil fidelity. Orrica In Ibe ro .m ef)t(saM tlte wclroul of thi ontt llu.t-c, heretofore uccupled Lv J. 11. 2'tipp Em; I Feb. 1 i 'IS. K. II. Ht'RKI.Y. Attorney and t'onnttllor a t . . w will practice at the profenion a Carroll. uJ the ad- nlng countiea. All bu.ine. cotru.led tobintwil -eeeire prompt attention. OKKICE Srall framt lailding one door South ol tht "Slidger House," Car- rollioo, Ohio. Ta HBtm.v .1 I r i ) and CouHteltor el La Strict New trait:.-, immediately opposite theUcH Do ir nl the Court Uouse. I hM Mi crnn, OMo. DH . SCOTT SURGEON DENTIST, CAKUULLTON, OHIO. ilfllee, in the reaidence ei Mrs. ) verve, up stairttd irect It opposite the Ameiiean llouae. HaHii? prrinanrntly lorated it the above uauicd place, the weetfWN oftVre hia profeaion.l servieea to prr.-ou- requiring operttinna in hia proleaiiou. His former ft cililies have cnahli'd him to become fell acquaintee with every branch ofthe denial art; and lot i prepared to treat every e.t-e, whether it may involve a aingle tooth or an eutire sett, in the latest and moat approved aimer. All operations warranted to Rive natilaeiioii lW Peraons waited on al their reaideucea if deaircd. Kb. 28, 1856. tt (roaaiaLY "Wssraitk Exchamos 11 .,,.i.."; C A RROLLTO N. OHIO Tliia long and favorable known establishment, nccu pied formerly by It. H. .errcctt, Apu., ban been re opened fur the accommodation of the public. Tin llouae hae been renovated, repaired and improved, and now prenents all the advantages which are dcired in a lirat rate hotel. The bentthat tho market aflordr U e lectod for ita guests. (Zood cooks alone cator for it lablo. The arraugement for stabling are perfect ami eitenrieo. A firnt rate b.trber is convenient. Evert facility for comfort and plcasuro is realizable at the my ulur old aland. JAUES PAfVM, Way 1, !8.rd tf. liolden Farmer, Cooking Bttfe, Till 'ub.'criberhos iusti e. . iv I direct bl m Alhanv a larjje asaoitineiit of iheii excellent atovc. and invitee til who may wish to supply themselves with a gjod tove to call and examine his stock, Foremost among which il the GOLDEN FARMEK, I'M - stove for both cooking and nnd flaking purpose?! icknowledged to hare M) hj"al by all alio have evei used it. It is very neat in design and bating the BJOIf 'pacioua oven ol any pattern of Move made with the drult arranged in such a manner as to itlway secure e ren aud speedy Baking. It I aa proved itself perfectin every respect, and has given saiislaetion iu every in stance, It is needleaa to multiply souls, the stove bu ug iu generul use iu Carroll and adj lining counties, ils gool qualities arc well known. Call aud examine for yourselves. lie also keeps on hand stoves of Pittsburgh and Ak ron manufacture, uniting which nre the LIVE OAK, AND ENTERPRISE which for their good qualities aro not excelled by any indfavhich stand A Nu. 1. among all Western Hade stoves. Those who desiro lo purchase will do well to call with the subscriber, aa the exceeding low prices at which ho h) selling ( lie hentarlicle of stovu places them within the reach of every one. He comiuues to uiunulaclurc and keeps constantly on 'mud a largo assortment of Tin, Copper, U Sheet Iron A'. ii.'. Cumpri.-ing everything, from a Tin cup, to a ''upper kettle, and all of which is u ttnufacttircd iu the nost substantial and workmanlike. manner of'lnt very 'test materials, and which he will coutiuiie to sella! (lie lowest pi ices; wholesale antl iei.il All orders from Merchants promptly attended to. A'etncinbi r the place. ' Sign of the Uig copper Kettle" opposite the Court II , Carrollton I'liio, July lii, jli.-tf. TUOM.I.S II. .ITA'INSON. Mastering ! Plastering ! 7'he undersigned would respectfully inform the pill). e that he is mill engaged in the above SStttaoat, and is irep.iind to execute woik to tl:a laie'v ul any. 1'l iin nid ornamental plastering done lo order on the short. si nssMbM nolice. My long expciienco in the liusi ess, and my ptieecss as a mechanic, ouahlos me to ns. lire tbe puiilie lliatall work will be executed lo entire ilislaeiion. All oiders will be attended to promptly. Iddrcss the undersigned, at Currollion, Carroll eountr, liio. VM C. UUNION. yiinn II), ISRit. tf. .1. w . a m 1. u T ACTiCAL AMUKOTYPER AND VJKW Pin's Sky-light DacuerrsM Gallery, iust below Hus stoic. Vain direct, ('armlllon Ohio. I po itivcly warrant all my work, aud will let no pic iro .'.-ave my Itooms IBtttl pe:lcct satiafaciion is giv 11. 1 ask bo reootnsaeoesttloa. Sly pictures will show r themselves. The Antbrotype is truly neauttlfcl. WSeas and people I10111 far and near, are kindly solid- d 10 call aud eiainiue speciiiieus, and get a pic(ure ol lidnselves, and fiiends. .line It, 'ob.-ly. J. W. BtTULO, Wb .i.lnm Strstet - - I'iirroMtoii, oiifo. 11 H K subscriber would respectfiillv inform famien, Mechnuics, Ac, that he he has taken back aud has iow iu lull O'eiution the Carrollt.ni new CUPOLA. FOUNDRY. tin! Is amply prepared to furnish to order all kinds ol loughs, Plough 01 11 Is, Stoves, li Castings ( all ,es- tipt ous, ut the ihuitCbl notice, und ai rcasoiiuble nes. si, good n d extensive stock of Ploughs, Points tovet, Qmmsbbi c., eoaetaniV keot on hi,.i nd of a.e at low pines, lor Cash. li, JlctiLIItA. Nov. Ifitb 1855, tf. IS A AC I I. II A. , r. 11 r.lt tf Plain iinii Oriiiiiiinilul Ppiimiinsliip, A too CARD WRITING, ttelAetll SSaa l OPIA'S and CAi'7S furnished at reasonable piicc. t esecutcd with neatness und dbpatch. ' Iwillbe ound at all tiaios, during bus, nest hems in the Recori cr's ofttee, Carrollton, Ohio. Feb. 21, I85d. I, FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!! Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn. CHARTEHKD 0 ASH CAPITAL, : : $500,000 Ks fecial attention n'. en to Insurance ol Farm Proper y, uwciiitigs ot oufc-ouuuiii(i;'. insures Mien ntniiitniT Insures such r contend, in a very larorahle manner.loro or . years. Losses Equitably Adjusted ami Promptly raid, ALSO lKBliKIS Stores, Warehouses, Buildings or Contents and Personal Property generally in town or country, at rales as low as consistent with the hazards taken; and Inland Insurance) against the Perils of navigation. I. ULMAN, .Ioust, CAKUOJUTOll ,01110 0 e. Is, 186e.-m. P ATT ON HOUSE, ciiAL mm. SIQXKD HAfe HEKN HF. 'THE L'NDr tl good id ia pn . a. it hi in- t em rn. pared to C I a I order, iv of tbe "oal lurui.htd .... .. t U : in I I.10I to any a t orn tht abb bed and it it not nt l.all.oewbo have beeu ceasary to coaiaaeod the ec atng il as iu use eetJbUshca itstha a-ter b.ve in my employ at sia. Jout. . .nu yw.. VT- Ilemi:' who aiu aeeoud lo tiene in tne c'r, JOHN FAVVt ETT. coal miner J.uaary l.leM, Sn. i.nss m. anshotz. 8TH.UU81tK.lILIM, i i. or Mais siaur, cuaoium It, no, ly. UiDTOB HOJFLAND S DC UmmmH 1 & U GERMAN BITTERS. faKI'AUEO BT Dr. t. M JAKSON, Ph lad'a, Pa. kill arrccTi'ALLr ctaa. Liver Complaint. Ihspepsia. Jaumlire Chronic or Xtrvoui DehiUty, Dt sea set of the Kidney, nnd all diteutes arising from a d 'mordtred Liver or Stomach. Much fas CoD.'tipa tion, Inwaid Piles. Full' e-s or III. i. el t.i tho Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, llcailburn. Disgust for Food, Ful n' aa or Height iu the blomach. our Eiuc lationt, Sinking or Flattering at Ihe Pil ol ibe Stomach, Swimming ol the Head, Huh led and difficult Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, Choaking it luffoCAting sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of Virion, Dots of wrbs belore the Sight, Fever and Hull Pain in the Head, deficiency of Per spiration, Yelliwncst of the Skin and ' Eyea, Pain in the Side, Hack, Cheat, Z,iiubs, Ac, Sudden Flushes of Heat, lim nine iu the Flc.b, Constant Imaginings ot Evil, and great, Depression of Spirits. The proprietor in calling the attention of the public to this preparation, doea to with a lei ling ot ihe ut iUOsteontidei.ee in iu virtues and adaptation to the di seases for which it is recommended. It ia no nets and entries' artiele, but one that has stood the test of a ten veais' trial belwic 111" Ameiiean people, and its reputation and sale i. uniivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony 111 ils fa vor given by the most prominent. nd well known Phy sicians and individuals in a I paits ol Ihe country is meuae. and a cateli.l peiu-al of the Almanac, publ ed amitiiillv by the proprietor, and to be had gratis i f any of his Agents, cannot butsalisfv the most ikeatieal that this remedy ia rt-.ll) desti ving the gieat tetaMtJ it has ee niied. Principal fXHce and Manufactory, No. 8 ARCH S't Philad'a, Pa. Pol l bv C. A. Bocgol, Carrolllon. A McLean An glials. Hare i King, Noriittown and by all euleis iu Medicines. April U, 1SSG 1 M ssBSmMT Fall and Winter Woods!!! We arc M hand t rain with a desirnble stock ol new and la-liiMialde goods, comprising all the vatious styles of goods tbat oaa Mwwia savwaere. Ami we tike this inethiid ol inloiiti'u g our Irit nils ami ihe tMi ihat TitKY uRi Km nit, ai d at pi ices that will Man i-h and please, ylmoiig our goods can be found all th" late mli sol Ladles1 Press Qooda, nnasrl aihta nl silks, wool plaids, avO lines), pniametas, ilehiii.es, ttshrta, Ac. Mia wis and Dress I rinniiings ol all the latest styles. Mh.N ash Hots wkah. Lloths, cassiuicrcs, salmetls, tweeds, jeans, Ac. It kaiiy-M aik r'l.oTiiiNn, Iii ihist tlepaitment wo lef eoinpelition. We li tvt cri rt thing in that say Men', over, dress, and business cunts. Also boyt clothing. Hoots ami' Snors. Aveiything belonging to thi- ai.eh oltrade. Hats and (.'aim. Mt that is deiiutblo for dress o' co alert, Clocks. You WOO Waal theiiht time, call with CUatadlNGa it. (.OUCH. October Id. ISiG. M AUl'Kl'S, Floor and i'ablo ) mcnt. Oil clutlh, a good assort C. k U s I1AWLS. Now is tho lime for a nice Shawl. C. 4 C. J- W. AKIN, DRY GOODS MERCHANT. a few doors west of the Pall on House, Main Street, Carrollton, Ohio, lias j ist received an unusually lam aud complete 11 assortment of . VAhh Al WIlfTim GOOD. It is needless lor me to attempt to i iiumeinte or dc .-cube the (pialitv or quantity of inv goods; but wouhl say that mv stock consists in pan of Diy HOClrll, (Jro ci ries, Hurtlware, QueeBSWtre. ic, all of which will bt sold CHEAP FOR CASH OR mODUCE ua my multo is MM II prulits ntid tu:ck returns. Klattered ny past success, 1 hope by prompt attention ami fail dealing lo merit a continuance ofpu' lic patronage (nu word to all, call and examine my stock aud jalislv yourselves both as regards QUlIit und li ieo of "oodr before puichitsing elsewhere. Oet ia, ISat.-tf. j. w.akix. T adies Dress Goods nil ol the It) lee at J. W. A. A A good aatoi ttnent of Cloths Tweed i, Jems ic. ic. at Ceusiuieics satinet J. W. A. btrtjs anal complete astui tuu ni 71 Ha a: Cap BuatJ and shoes at J. W. A, LATEST ARRIVAL COME ON. COME IN. Como in and see the nice, now Goods and got some lirst rate bargain. We are just receiving a splendid stock ol goods, and wis'.i tolavor our customers with an opportunity lo profit by puii'liasing them. Oct, '.-:. i860. tf. ARCH BOLD BLAttK. fine assortment of Ladies' dross goods, silks, me linots, cobtirys, del lius, ginghams, prints, io A. & 0. I very lino assortment of boots antl shoes of all sorts l and sites. A Si C. no not lorget to examine our fine itock ulthawls, bon ne's, ic. A. i C. F Jirst rate sole leatH'er.sjlt and groceiies, t nine on. A. 4 0. I new and excellent variety of ready-made dolhing. A Hotter soo them, A. i C. Mens' and ateW wear, tweeds, jeans, satinets, ca imeres and broad cloths. A. t J BOOH MAP, AND Ml AIM' NEWSPAPER AGENCY!! The undersigned announses himself as Oaajtjenl A gent for the procurement ol B inks, M ins. Charls Nowspapcrs, Ac, and will devote MttSsiaU to that busi ness, and lin titsh Applicants with any btok now publish ed iu the United Slates, by having reasonable notice, and will also, piociire newspapers or Magazines for any put son applying to hiiii, also, Charts aid Maps of ev ery variety from the most populir pubii.hing housoa in ow l oik. luiuisiictl on short notice. Ho, also, tenders hit services as .Auctioneer and ier of sales. Remember it is "old Timothy," the Patiiarch Agent, who greets you, aud whn takes pleasure in returning Ins sincere thanks lor the liberal patrontge bostovred and tolioits a continuance of tho same. All ordcri promptly attoided to, on reasonable lerms Address, Timothy Stevens, "Americau House," Ca" rollton, Ohio. Nov, tO, 'So. TIM'iTHY STKT A'N'S. IfSATE NOTICE. Koiice is hereby given a that I have been di.lv qualified a. executor nf the will of John .'dwai,!.., liicia-rd. All persons having a ros against said estate must present Ihem egtliy au wv, cated. withiu one teajP Irom lliis dale. Dec. I, im, JKUU 11)4!., Easeutor. IMU.N A.'UI:U IMPROVED HOUSE ILKE. I .i : ltd Jkiuc 1 Is:,?. flllllS Rake is iuteoded for raking aav and gleaning 1 wheat 6elda. J will work well on ioat,h stony ground; the teeth being the common metallic .print; ateel. Ita operation lathe most simple and easy of auy Horse ake in uae. The operator lidet ind operates the Make with his feet, tbe teeth being attached to the ailetrce. which is ihe head of the .Rake b ith Inns,. the front -tide attached to the sbalta; the head vibraiea on the aaea as ia required by tbe operator to leave the I load when necessary. Tnc Kike is will u.L.1.1. .1 in .11 I rlasret of men. This ia Ihe cheapest, simple.! and best i Horse Rake now in use; at all Fails where exhibited it n.s taken me premium. We hare purchaaed'the right lot Carroll count, from the Patentee, aud offer said Kake to the far mere of Ut- lie larroll at reasonable terms. A model of the Rake can be kid at (he 'American House, Carrollton, Ohio. vVOODDOKNE A RtVUDEIil'SII. July 18, 1856. if. To kihool Tcarhcrs, M1F. JOAAD OF SCHOOL EXAkflNTlS FOB Caroll county, will bold Su Mittiacs lor the ez- .1 t o.i I . - A : ... ... 1 .nun oi reiiuui ie.iiucis uuriiiu tne IMI ISOi fin i the lollowinc da a, namely: On the tliird Wtilnea- day in February, April, une, August, tVclober, and licet inner. I be nuelii g. w ill oe lulj in one tf the public school hi-utes iu Cairollton, cimmciicing at 10 o'clock, fo.-euoon. The standing tules ot the lioaid iitulating Hand- natkma are the following: 1. Larh applicant not persrially tixwn f il e lioaid, inut toduee a certificate of m od moral chatac'.er, ot late dale, tud signed by oi.e or more re sponsible persons. 'I. kach applicant must come luruished with pen, ii k and paper; and tl.-o wiib MtGufi'ey'i l ifth Header. :.. Vu each applicant w ill be tuhmittrd a list ol 'Itnsikms on Aiiihn etio, English Grammar, aud Geog raphy, to be auswcied in wrilii g. 4. No applicant .ill be retarded as qualified to leach, nor entitled to a certificate, who dote nut em reel ly atiawer one half of the questions submitted in each branch. 6, Certificates will not be krsea n li e dtj of ex aniii alien, but they sill be remitted b n ail oi other wise as soon la practicable. Ai d when an app i ai t is deemed unqualified, a note ataling that (act will be sent him. IS. Applicants coining in after the An. formed and the exAminulioii has coiinucnced, aid be xpecte.i to w.it until the ueal regular day if exumiii ion. 7. No certificate will be granted to any ta ison who is known to the Hnaid to be habituated to d.e use o profane language, to le intmipeiate ordi-l (nest. 8 .'ach appijean' imst luinisli MetnH with a stumped cnvi lo, e, an Jl him nil iitih with is own name anil adibe-s, i,d In such cmi tpe his r tificale or note aill be foi winded. bf ordi r of ihe Insotti, Jinmy I , 1867. Iv. VM. McCt Y. So . DR. P. W. LEE physician ft gvaesoN, IlOYi'MKIILY OF SAl.KM, OilKi; aSD FOI TIIK past year piarlired in conmction with Di.. J. S U enter, has renaeved his enlee and reel ee ace to the dwelling house formerly occupied by Capl. (feo- F. bnealy, near tae Omwi llenee, coner . I ktben ami unoai eureett, where be will beieafter be lound at all limes on hand- to promptly attend lo all calls that re quire his piof s.-icnal services. 1 latteieil by putt sue cess, he hopes by prninpt u'teiition to meiit a con tinuance of pul lie BatlOBIM. 0r Lee claim s to he entirely inod-rn In the tieaat mcnt of tliscose whether ol migieal or elder cl.aiac tcr. He has also paid si ccntl attention to the new' treatment ol RIBf.aad thioat aU'ectioiis, v;7,- hv UJMW' loal lnbalaUat." PsilenteenaTi ling Itoej any iorm o1 those afleeiious, whether of acute or cl r in'ic cl.uiac 'er, arc especially Invited to call ut his ollice, wheie he will be hnppy te render all informiilien wiih regard tf he disease, melhod ol tieatnicnt, &c free ol chaige. Dhaiaeee al newan am! nUUrea receive praaaft ai Ifnllon Can ''(on. 0., Heart, 1H, IH .fi If. III WA ) 'XEsn un ob, ouro. H'K RKA'PEO'i'FULLY ANNOUNCE TO " (be eitia i tf ff'fc tirlisdnlinieneai lies, that we hate now on hand a luitc and well ic let ted st' ck of Hardware of all descriptions, such as Iron, Nuils, Gl.os. Sash, Carpenter's Juincis. ntal Cnoper's tools of nil kinds, usually kept by the tiatle We invite hWntlll and ball lers -o call and examine iiiruss irtnirnt bt f. ic ptiiehating else here. Saddh ry, Maraeee. and 6'arriage Tiiinmin s, l onslan ly on hand. Paints, Varnishes, Oil-, (., of the best Mailt e nslantly on land, a'l of which f e will sell at the owe.d er.h price. Cull and See. I Sept. IS, IS', -If. M A V i RO 'TNSO.V. All KOI, I, Ol ' V Time Table for tho Mail Trains. To luke effect on and after Monday the t'2d day of October 1055. Irotn CnrreUtoe to Cleveland, Ti ishurgh Crestline Columbu, Mei.benvillo or South M.iil i inin will Unvc Carrollton Hepot daily at 7 A. if. snipping at 'ill nai siaiions and connection with the Mail Train train. S'orlh ou C. A; P. I!, Ii. Passengers going iVoith.wili arrive at Pittsburgh at .' P. M" Train will leave (.'levclitnd at I P. M. and paflfen ptrs will aiiiveai Carrollton 8 50 P. M Thi nrrsage- msk RI en ia Bateagerata resnaia in Cleveland1 l nour ,0 liana, a Uslness, and will enable pastengei a ' lint may wish to reach Ihe S. Si I. K. H. traveling ov to Columbus, or A'ast to Stcubenville, i,r Wheel ing Vu., without much time .ost. The Freight trains will run as usual. FAKE KBDTJCCO. From Oneida to A'ew Market, on S. k I, R. R, 0. eida to Can oll.on by 11. Carrolllon to Xew Wa.kct by Stage. 7'icketslhiough ll.ltl to Be 1 ad ofTreasuiei James 0 ton, and at the Western Kxehaiice, Geo K McKa-ky. There ate regular lines of Plages runnii g to the r.asl, Itoin l airouion, ygiicm tprmga, Amsterdam, Dpnofoewi iiieniiuinu aim Btenotneilie. Alro a daih line luuning jwulh liom Carrolltcn, Lamerline, Perrye ville to New Markit on tho S. Si I, K. R. by whicl means ihe tiaveler will be conveyed without lots of nine, Jan. 10 185G. E. McOi'IliE. Sup't., (!. C. H. R UlLLUIiiillBI'S Patent Telegraphic Water Carrier, HAVING purchased the right tothe saidapparatna.in the townships of Union, Rote, Brown, Augtisia, Washington and Ka-i iu Carroll countv, Ohio. We would inform llie ciiiaons of that part of the county, that we are prepared to set up said appaiatus on short notice and reasonable terms. Said apparatus being for the nurnose of raising and conveying water from. (he spring to IB house, which is admitted to be one of the beat appara tus for labor saving in ihe female departiueut, now iu o. Warranted to give satisloction. A". R. Any communication! for us can bo left at the American House Cartollton, Oblo, WOO0BOKNE St R0UDEBUSH. Juki? 18 . t.f. NOW RKADY. THE NEWSPAPER REGISTER. A Collection of Xewspajter Facts and Statistics, containing A C'OMPIiUTE lii.iuf EAVSPAPKUIS In the Uuiieu hiatcs, Canadus and Great Kiiiain. 7 lie onlv reliable work of the kind in the wor d, Au invaluable assistant to the Editor, Book Publi-hur and general tdveiliser. b vo. 2H0 pp.. On the receipt ol fi, it will be pie paid pur mail to any part of the country. .AY & HKOTIIER, t'ubli: hers. No. S3 Dock street, Philadelphia. tW lvlitora inertina the above three months. with editorial reference, aud sending copies ot papir, pre paid, to tbe above address, will receive a copy of tbe work. ,unuary 8, 1857. 3m. u aim run - OHIO. MAX l TACTI ItllltS OF PUIVTIACJ AND WSanPPING PAPEtf. Trr nwHKSTCASfl PSips paid rou bags. Apiil ulh i s-,n. C 0 MMEBCIA I oCU?o.tLi01 The Mont Thorough and Practical In tutiouinthe West. uinm' rMlMS : Per Ful I Course, including all departs nu of Book iuvarieblv in 40 u sintentina; in precede!, i... seeping, Licturea 1 insuan.bip ad mice. For full court in ladies ctartment. Ixll K Propriet rs takegieat pleasure their thaidia Cor the giaiilymc and initial which hue niatked the career of the h linn ainM il. .M.I.MA....! . I ik. rfS i. , uiiiq. . , ". ". -r"l, tad ,laiu. tutm av i I t " l ' t t i ' " 1 1 IV U. 01, rj - :.. , v - - pane .....,., ,! .ru.g u, ti.at.J (or , prselictl and comptehenaive course ef mercan il. raining. The gte it piaclical eiperience of iL. P. in eipal, inhe.v, Ba.klt g and C n.u.e.cial Hiuae. f""tt',V(:u"",I,d "Pli''''f gei.l'enien'i.M enabled h.m lo bring to t degite ol I if lllliii t sv? lem of counting ,oom kMttm, k een! ' not .turned b, any other ii.ilituU.; TT" by thunew tirwru is drill,.! .. .r- rIua,"t lj. f ep by ttep, ui til le hn n.aaieied tl , nC iiuntine of an Aecoormi'i dutiew ., ,hon n.hi thoufch he had rerved an tnetrentn ..." .h0r,h.,T " Commercial Home : tnd tl.ua all a.... ..i. . , e" ing and engirgioui bluuderi re. in . disfipated. -eaeaiw In addition to our errngtment of acccmnli.i..j . Hl.l.nl. li... .I.....imasl. l . ' ' " , '. , , ..7, Rel 01 ""me o uie ii.upi euiiiicut icctuica u vuio to eeturu . mere lal topics. com- Oiircourreof lrrtruetion is Uo ejlrt d.d to rinlc ularize l.ete, but it rmhncci evtrv thin ..j with th uLle tatfj btll kiipiig.with dec and full (lifcusHon of its Scientific lii.eiplef l.icluies up. D . imiueicial History, and History of Fu iuent Com. menial lien, Ccmmcicia'. GogiahT, Cmm.eicia Product., Commercial Cah tilaitons, loii(lt-c I FeriiLmv sl rcamile, Law, Eibics ol Tiade, Parti erfhiD ic THE MADIAS' DA7MBTUENT Is row open (or the reception of Ladies. v i...ti I .1 T , . ' " lUCkllU- tion in the Urion m J arts a more there ujh ci inieittt- uig i-uidse in nu. i rpirunf nl. In coi clutic.il, we wou'd add, tl at c i) .11 .... ft-.it our best iflbrls lo nuiit in still n.oie tniinei.t drerce the Hatleiing reception with width cur eiterpls. Its met, and pledge ouuclven to in ai I n tie il oiouch piuctical course of Mucsniile latl met ien than cm be formed at toy other timilir Mfceantitj Colh ge Among the many recommidaikns, e gie the lof lo ing : 1 "We, the undersigned, take plearare in teatilvirg iht we are peisonally acquainted ahh Mr. Granicrs ' al.ility as an Accouina-,t, at d leather of Dock keen ii g. which is of the highest order. He his . t" exp, iici.ee as an Accounlani; in htsvv Ctn mcrcial m d ....nn,..B , "i n ii (;i. cm, im i cnoi fatullici in imparting a praciical knnwledce of Book keeping nid B theicugh Coinuiciciul Zdutalion. 81 I. J. A'l.EN, L. L. IK. Ire.-identot laimcis' Oi l cce LOIIIN AXIMIKli S ' . . r,'"iJe"'0' "jtII College, Totoung men who wish to arquhc .. Lhjt pj. .irBiion,"e il.ik it all,,, ,1s fticili.i, , ., Id, , taaaUJ. Vi.ltr.neer has tie me qtiulif calien ol U.eorTlb.l -non ledge and aptnis in tml.iig, p,;'ui ,, ,lriie I 'out.ting i;)1Bi esperlenee, t, i ,, Ct.i.jt)eiit tbel j .uwiit. nolo in- l nilegp III Be hilly ;ic A J, J. I). 11 1 " I i 1 1 I L ,AJ Ihe n os eompnctUd tcl t f Fori,. P. BTOXB, hcl-ule ai d Pclail .Veichnnf I. J.INNK'i , lee'i li'id ol OntHiof, State i.'i 0 f. I'.lllK. Biol Kifpcr at D. T. n'rodlwitV. ITKRDIKR, Bock Keepo at ClMlti, B.nk I, JIJ.LS, Sec't Co'l.li 1,1 (.'. tai ,1 ('. t, ( i U I Af OX, 11. . k K. e, r. at J, II. l.ilt, UIi(J lull pai Ueaaue mul fer ehri r. MAKOA " ' (MST.'ONG. C , , Frapvietvii U. liM. ISm. Feb MB) BU BJ (izeZi'cT WE'MCINKS, PAINTS. OILS. DYE-ST 1 -ITS, dr., &., JOHN C RAXTKK would most respectfully Inform ins namtmne iiHtid. and i-ni ti mtiii ii.ii.e hat ie piei.isiu d his tltk cf pi t us, BaMiina, r.T-, Ou.s, DTbTT rva, Ac,, etc., ai d has now b Knml ai d for t.l a feed natne tnasne nf ibe tun e. Hebaviieetae )l,i,i eian, the Fuimer, thu Mn hanic, am' all tihtrttu tull wifii bun, and anaswes ilnm lim he cuu and will te.l is low as the same i an be -eld. Car.olho'i, Nov., 27, f 56. islnr 0,1. Ci,,l I.ivar Oil. ,S'cet tlil Si huh I in V h Oil, Laid OH, -Veatt loot Oil, and linseed Oil at HA XI KKVS HRUfl STOKE. 1)ersoti8 wishing to buy Puinis, Oili, Varnishes, TuTe pcnline, jVurMB Fluid, Ac, w ill Bi ll agood arm lo ut HAXTAIS'S I'RTJII STHHK Wnti Ilea! WuiciiriT! ' " t good assort meiit of Uold and Sdtir atohet, Goll a Pen. Ear Drops, II eist Pin, Ao., at 1IAXTKK S DHWO STORE. M en run, the Celebrated Cftine-e Skin I'owder Hulm if .i 1 1., i -.,ul lloaeia, Exiriktt forlluri Hair I ils, Cch gucs, Ac, It haxer s nniit; stoph, If you want ANYiiiiMiin ihe 7,ug line caH at ; Bixruraii to store. II lack lilue, unui ed Inks; Ink Mai,ds; P. per; lilauic U BooliiHi.irie.ij Port Monica. Purses, la., at BAXTEAB HRLG SToUE. If you want u I'aiut llrush, Cloth llru-h, Hair Urudi Tooth B.ih or Flesh finish, cn'l at BAXTER'S HRL'G S10RE. " R hide's Kttei und ylgue Cuie. Palcih np'a AgueSU tuie, Ayer'a Chetiy Peetotal nnd Pills. Hoiloway's Oin stent and Pills, Meichant'a Gaiglii g Oil, ind ,Vc .ane's, eUer'e, JayneV, Guysotl'a, Sloan's, and neaiy all the valual le Patent Medicines of the day at HAXTrR'S HKl tJ STORE. 03u A KArtE LHAiNCE FOR AGENTS I Bieklev's New Romance. TBEU.VP IiSIGNE) WILL rilllLIHI, on Balm, day, Jai.uaiy 31sl, IS67 A'ejl ol a new and hiten idy intciestii g Romance, from the pen ol C. '. Bick ley. A'tq , an'hor o' the 'Mysteriea of the Queen City,' (J......II.. ' iT... u;...i f..i i... .... ..:.i i ' ivui ii, a, uu,. iiv,, eiuitieu LIFE'S WEB, This work is destined to create a greater aensation tl an any woik of fiction evor published in America , In ekilllul develnpeii eut of plot and vividness of des cription, it ia fully equal to the gtealest effort of G. V Reynolds or Alexander Ibiniaa. 7Xe scene ia lah inilie gieat Ameiiean Metr polig, -NewYoik; and ihe characters introduced aro drawn .on real life. 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