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Oarrollton. Thorday7iUrh 19 lHoV JOB PRINTING, PLAIN At ORXAMRXTAL fc-t a jumt EiCIIVKf) A MOtff EXCEL ' , ' rinl f hi Jo Tvrs ol ery varbrti being !. aid with wrc-at cit ind iaJt-m-i.t uli .....I. .car cust'iner. W wish it to be uktiictlt under, food tbttWlhkvet good J PmT, who c .n and wiLLKoemaodita, hi nioitoia "ISxrsLt" W hai l larger aasonuicut of typ, aod can do irrrsa mmk than any offlce lu tola vicinity. H'a only Mk a trial March ind other who winl Cards, CiacuiaM, Pamphlet, Biaaas, Handbills, Bill-Head. Tight, Fkouhammi, Cataloodu, Will b iceommodited n thi tuerUot po aibdw line aad aa tern Boat moderate. " 1 Summer School Ti e tandrraLnod ill opeu a sammer sesiion of tcbaol in the Lisbon Street school room, on Monday. April SUM 186T. Txm at heretofore. W McCOY , Salbs or Faruakal PaopaaTr. W. B, Woodward, Eiq., will tell a line lot of house hold and kitchen furniture, on Saturday next. Dr. J. 8. Hunter will disp me of an extensive ttock of household .oods, medical instrument!, 4c, on Thursday the 2Gih inat. H- V. Bearer proposes to sell aa extensive And aspanr lot of new furniture, at Pekin on Friday, the 27th inat. Bargains may be had at the above sales. Torn out everybody and attend them. The proprietors go west (bis tipriog. Tbey will oell. Tailors, raddle and hsmess makers, rriage trimmers, shoemakers, etc., will find Singer at Co's., adrertisement in atjother col Aimn. worth reading, Married On Thursday evening, the 26th ult.. by Rev. Int. Morse. Co). Wm. R. Llovd. to Miss Jane Stokely, youngest daughter of Gen. 8arauel Stokely, all of Steubenville, Ohio. March 4 h. 1857. by Rev. A. Swaney. Mr. John C. Westell, to Mrs. Harriett Beck ley, all of this county, Fowler's Journals. The WtUer Cure Jour cal, and Phrenological Journal, are two peri odieals that should be read by every one. They teach the laws of health in plain unmis takable language. "Cleanliness promotes health of body and delicacy of mind." This is amplified in the pt;es of the former, so that the volumes it speaks can be properly compre iiended by any reader. The latter fully delin eates the laws of our nature "Know thyself" its motto. Price 81,00, each, address Fow Jer Az Wells, New York. Ohio Cultivator. We Invi e attention to the Prospectus of this substantial agricultural pe riodical. The Cultivator should be in the hands of every farmer and stock miser that ex peel to successfully pursue his avocation. The Student unit Schoolmate is one of the best periodicals for youth w'tli which we have formed an acquaintance. The instruction in culcated is highly important. It teaches the ,art of thinking by i:nptrtinsf lessons of an at .rsclive nature. Price ,H0 per annum. Ad .dress Calkins C Co.. N. Y. tmTf& March number of the U. S, May azine is before us. This magazine presents one of the most elegant specimens' of magazine lit erature tiiat iias fallen under tur noiiet We would be under lasting obligations to the pu1) Jishers, J. M. Emeriiqn k Co., New York, if ,lhey would forward us the Jwtuary aad Feb rutry numbers. Petertm'i Jkiagaziiu, for Aprd is one ,of thn .finest numbers that has greeted us since our Hrquaintnnce with this insraluable MagHzine There is not a naagzine extaot, that lrivx-s harder to please the Ladles; and we are safe in saying that it has accomplished tin.-, bercu lean task. Its thrilling tales, its elegant en gravings, its correct, beautiful fahion lates, and its fine patterns for embroidery and need Jo work ca1iT10l.be surpassed. The Edinburgh Review, for January, re published by Leonard Scott & Co.. New York, has been received. The publishers of lbe four lEoglish Quarterlies and $lackwood'j Magazine offr these standard works at very low prices As we have published the Prospectus we re far our readers to the sane. Ladie't Wreath and the Family Keepsake pub lished by Burdick t- Scovill, New York, nre two plain, interesting monthlies. Price $4,00 jper annum each. Tbey are well worth the .subscription price. Governor Chasr's Me'ssaue in New Ot-XENs.-The New Orleans correspondent of tho Ohio State Journal gives tbe following descrip Aion of tbe reception of Governor Chase's dies sage in the south.' I am just from the reading room of the St. Charles where I had the pleasure of soing the message of Gov. Chase, in a Cincinnati paper, p. war curious to aee horr eagerly it was scan ned over, and its contents inquired after, by ihe various gentlemen who happened to be present fro n different parts of the sooth. The jjositio of Ohio, as a leading republican State, and particularly C7ov. Chase, who has long jbeen known aa one of the ablest anti-slavery snen of the country, very naturally attracts the Attention of southern politic ians and readers. Few men baro b&eo more bitterly assailed than Mr. Chaap, in consequence of his manly opposition of slavery. And yet he is not with out his admirers here, as frequent little dis cussions show. Aod the present was not with out its testimony to the same effct. A grave old man. after wading through column after column, very laboriously uf tho Govern pr'a statement of the financial affairs of the Siata. ia aearch of 'treason," very safely re- murkod aa he nuahed as de the paper, ' T ase fyMn terrible ;n that message." . . 7': T Hero an riciWahJ little "ilrd ap a- 'plrton t:)':rtr- ,r f.rmrr rati like phtlooe Unwed at lkv cowl rtioaik of his fnt-od. II- ( her, Un- la ler iiiui Jig, 'I ht loioioi aU as tliougdt he oouid "ara abuliuuaisa iu trtry Uac." After srareblag little lime, with out making the important diseoviry. "Well, it 1 there," said ho, "far 1 read it in aa Ohio paper, the Ciacianati Enquirer." At length, howavar, lha objectionable part was found in the Governor' allusion to Kama affairs. Pob!" aaid the tin, speaker, "that is nothing more than any candid man would say, who woo eooeienltooly opposed to tl o institution of slavery." A aharp-noeed politician txpreteed bis soi prist that lbs Ooreroor should hiv so much to say about railroad and canals and ueh thing, and o little about politic. A .brewd business maa who was presant. n marked, if southern Gavernors would psttern, it would be mora credit to themselves, as well add vastly to the iaterests of tbe southern Deo- pie. Ha thought tSat the people of Ohio had! duel r" eily Jterday afurnoon. showed ibejr good sense in steeling a man ' Two ,hoU fird- n'i,nr of th P'" competent to look after the interest of the ; injured-nd lhe ir w" ,Be0 ""'eably Slate. Ob the whole it wa agreed, that ,'u,,'d- - whatever might be aaid of the Governor, pol Gen- CaM hi I"" ,0 Michigan. H make itic. Ohio had tbe ablest Chief Magistrate of j ""ff-"""'1' reaidence baro. anySUteinlhe Union. And this wn.inda 1 8now eommencd falling at half past nine me of a remark made to me soma lime since, 'his mornino;, by Judge W. of one of the weitcrn parishes of The Cloinet in ""i lh' morninf;. was en this State. 8a:d he, "I have watched the (?d' il " Snf ,MJ believed, in considering course of Mr. Chasa very carefully since he jlne P'lcy lo be pursued relative to the Execu first took his seal in the Uni ed States Senate; ,Mr appointments. All the departments have and, although I have no aympalhy with his ! furnished lists of the officers who bold places aoti Slavery sentiments, yet I regard him as un'l,r limited commissions The opinion pre- second to no man in the nation hr ability and stern integrity. He is a man of great inde peodsnce of mind, and has the mr:.l cour gae to do what he believes to be right, regard less of popular favor." -'And this," said he, "is what cannot be said of too many of your northern public men," Wrarino the Beard. Althoucrh it is not enstomarv tr. wi.r tho heard in lh Uniled States, it would undoubtedly contribute to the health of men to go so. at least if unshorn from the edge of the jaws aud chin downward Clerrvmen would in all cases be benefited bv it. Hair is nature's protector gainst cold Our beneficent Creator does nothing in vair. Rowland says on this suhjec': "It may be safely argued as a general phy- siological principle that whatever evinces a free and natural developeraent of any pnrt of the body, is, by necessity, beautiful. Depriie the lion of his mane, the cock of its comb, the peacock of '.he emerald pliotago of its tail, the rim and deer of their horn, and they , , ,, , not only become di-pieasing to the eye, but lose much of their power and vigor. And it is easy to apply this reasoning to the hairy ornaments of a man's face. The enpric of The caprice of of fashion alone forces the Englishmen to shave oil those appendages which g:ve to the male countenance that true masculine character, in dicative of energy," bold daring, Bnd deciion. The presence or nbsence of the beard, as an addition to the lac, is the most marked and distinctive peculiarity between the countenan ces of the two sexes. Who can hesitate to admire the noble countenance of the 0-mianli Turk 0" Constantinople, with his un-Mongoliaii length of beard? Ask any of the fair sex wheth er they will not approve and admire the noble countenance of Mehemet Ali. Major Herbert Ktlwards, the here of the Punjaub, Sir Charles rfaalaw and others aa sat nff hv lW kAAMlt IsT. mm A Bhk T)..i... .uui... man is he? Is his head worth a hat, or his chin worth a beard?' I have noticed the whis- k,-f s and beards of many of our roosl eminent . . . , hysicians and merchants encroaching upon their former narrow boundaries. whil it la well known tliut nofa few of our dirines have been long convinced of the folly of disobeying . , c L .11 . . one of natuic a fixed laws; but hitherto their; unwillingness to shock the prejudice of their congregations, has prevented them from giving fleet to their convictions. The beard is not merely for ornament, it is for use. Nature never does anything in vain; she is economical and wastes nothing. She woul 1 never erect n bulwark where her domain unworthy of prolec lii or were there no enemy lo invade it." Qodey for April 18)7, is upon our table, flourishing the Spring fashions, in such manner as to charm the most obtuse taste. Ladies, Qodey, is ti.e fashionable monthly. Price mod erate. end lor it and stop borrowing. Tba and CoFrnK We clip the following from Hajl's X. Y, Journal of Health, lor I March. "There are certain districts in the United States where new notions of every description flourish with amazing vigor, as far as the num- cer of converts are concerned; among these mere notions are the injurious effects of tea and coffee as a daily drink. I think that it is demonstrable that a single cup of weak tea or coffee at a niea, especially in cold weather, and most especially in persons of h weakly habit or constitution, is fai more healthful than a glass of cold water. Tea and coffee doubtless do injure some peo ple that is, some person! may not be able to drink them without its being followed by some discomfort; so will even water, if used too free ly; aud I think it will be found that, in nearly every such case of uncomfortableness after a cup of tea or coffee, this condition ol things has been brought about by tbe too free use of these articles, or that the tone of the stomach has been impaired by improper eating. Mac is styled an omniveroua animal an animal eating everything , No created animal can eat and drink, without discomfort, half the articles consumed by man. I know very well Ibat men die before their days are half number ed, in consequence of errors ;n eating ant! drinking; but these disastrous results do not a rise from the qualitf of man's aliment, but from the quantity it ia the quantity which prematurely kills millions, A aensible man may eat almost anything with impunity, a sim- mairb as ha wants, ik Uttar eata mora than he wants. Id small quantities, and oceaawwally, many things may be eaten with advablagr, whiob, i: eaten continuously for weeks and months, or in inordinate aroonou, would occasion seriou. rasolu. There art- also limes and seasons far different articles ol food; for example : fruits 1 and berries, when rip?, fratb, perfect, may he j freely er ten io lb earlier parts f toe day, bat ' if largely eaten after sandown. espoe ally at joni season of the year, actually endanger life, and have destroyed thousands." ' Waiiiioto. March 9. 1W J' Uum4 nd Dr B'lfo" both o' New York' in con''T1"ee 0 an affray at one of lbe P''P1 noll Saturday night foogU ln' ,ucn omeen will be permitted to eoi, tinue until the expiration of their commissions. to be re-appointed or not, ar the administration may deem proper. Kxw York, March 9. Correspondence of the New York Courier and Enquirer, dated Washington 8th taya: The President and the Cabinet have resolv- I ee 10 turn out f&Ce holders Generally, 00 the jxpiratior. of their commissions. Gen. Thomas has been re-appointed Assis- j tant """"7 of Stale by Gen. Cass. Mr Vanderbilt has eslablished a new line i between lhis cil nJ Havre-t0 commence run- ; ning on the 5th of May. The teamship Ariel & Y underbill will be the pioneers. New York, March 7. Departure of Col. Slmher. The steam ship Fulion, sailed at noon to-day for South ampton and Hiivre, with 6' passengers and a small amount of specie. Senator j a passenger. Sumner was I A lanfe concourse of Mr. Sumner's friends, t n . including quite a number of ladies, assembled j on the pier to bid bim farewell, When the I Fulton left a salute of 31 guns was fired under' the direction of ihe Youne Men's Central Re- ; the direction of the Young Men's Central Re- 'publican Club, amid the enthusiastic and long ! iontinueu cneering 01 ine crown. Mr Sumner, although quite feeble in b.)dy appears lo be in hue spirits. New Special Notices. Wonderful But True. A rW Mays llwM, Mr. Jm. II. BiatM, sf Hunts- ville, Alihams, called on us and gave as lirsaissiaii to pwaliaa lor tba ksasll of atatmag kaaanhy, law SNOaiahlag car WmUk bad Boon effeet.-d in the eaa ol his wile by the use of Dr, ll.mce's Vegslable Kt loatk Pllll He informed us, that at the time his wife oeaaassnooa' ang the awdlclaa, aor ytcai was soon tirelv uro? ti At 'J. bv the litituber of spasms she lind uudeinne, as kt) aadaea her weight to luO lbs, Since ha- been tkiii8 tin dMa alto ha aatlrol got 0 I the a;. nid 11,, 1 1 j mil. Art 111 uroirr il . . .... . . ,.. . . rl,, - ..,,,. o "''v in better e j lyment of heJih than everbelore in he life. JTrt H u llo also fObtbtd the case of Mr. H.irri-ioii Aightluot ol die panic town, who haa been entirelr eared ! ot lh wurH ' A'.';'l") by these saiae pdls. tt. UgatfoOt s easo was o bad that he rover paused I week without hathxg an attack, often falling down in I the Sireet. lie has nut had ai attack for more than a year. Mr. Baadl 'hulks that if the pill ercr fail in curing n cie, it is f-W tho wtnt of a proper peipeve rancc on the pnrt of the aatOM in taking tltc-ni, as he hJ. mMmm I ' - -I - . , i . ice-la ns'iiitu mi; Liinu IU HIS wne, tat if they arc taken lor a sufficient length ol time they will cure any case. iSV-uttoany part of the coun try by mail, on the receipt of a remittance. Address cth S. llano, Ion iiliiaioio street, isltiniorc, Md. Piice, one hjx iwo, ifj; twelve; $24. Match IS 1 mo. W hits Ti nn, rrnirni:i) Frkatii and flAtTtrCt CuMPI.xxion can be acquired by uting the "lialm ol a thousand 1 1 iwers " What lady orgeutlcmaa would remain ad r the curse of a disagtccablc breath, when by ii"ing the "Ha'in of a Thousand flowers" as a den i dice, would not only lender it sweet, but Icato the teeth white as alulmstei? Many persons (o no know their breath is b id. and the subject is so delicato their friend-) will never mention it. Hewaro of counterfeits, be m each bottb is signed, FKTRlOtiA'4 Co., N. T. Ft r sale by a II Druggists. Kel : 19, llM.' i la, alt. Pronounced Incuralle by his Physicians. 'el cured by Hoofland's German Bitters. Central bridge, Schoharie co.,N. T., Feb. 12. lH5j. Dr. C. M, Jackson D.-ar sir A gentleman by the t amo of Lai kin, living in this place, who has been un der the doctor's charge, ani confined to the house foi two years past with Livet Complaint, which last fall turned into Dropsy, and was pronounced bevond cure bv the principal Physicians of the place, his friends exp ected him to die daily, is now.nlter taking hve bottles of the (!e man Bitters, nut doing errands and attending to his daily business. The Bitters are, eonscquentiy, in great demand. Respectfully, See advertisement, JOHN G. CARRY' March. 122 w. EXKCVTOftS SI.E Notice is hereby given that I wid offer for sale, as Executor of the will ol Dan iel Need deceased; on the pretnisef vix: the North Kasi quarter of sectiou two township t-ixteen, ia Rane sever Harrison township, Carroll co. OWio Aho ten acrts ol tho Norih West quarter ol said section Township and rango adjoining the aforesaid quarter scciion, On Wednesday, the 1WA day of March next. Said farm contains one hundred and seventy thtce acres in )' e or less. The same land on which said tes tator died. One hundred seres und.r cultivation, well wutoreu and in loletable good repair. Terms niadi known on day of sale. DAVI NEED, ixecutor. Feb. 26,-1857. 3w. nSTATE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that w( VA hare been dulv annointed and qualified as Exec mors of the last will and testament ol John Arbuckle doeea-ied. late of Monroe township tainoll county Ohio All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make niiiuedia'e payment, and tho-ewho nave cuttni a gainst said Katale , will present them legally autbentica- tep within 12 months Horn tnis time. ii. Mccarty, THOri. R, SUFFIX, Feb. 26, 1857. Executors. WsTlTTlAM II. CHAMPKR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CARROUTOX, OHIO. linf.h promptly attend lo all business entrusted to I f his care. 1 Uln :e one door wiut ul Jt.iqger s sUiro. Jan. 1 , 1857. tf. MARKETS. CABmoixTOB, March iS.lb?. Klour A'heat(rtd) " (white) Timothy aeed Butter -Hun wax -Kish OaU 'orn - Ni " Kra AO' 6 6M '.'..Vi 10 t,37 , 1 00 1.10 S.60 IS Cloven Dr.rd appjea Dried Peachoa Egg - - Salt ... . llama a . . Sidea . . . Shouldera - - 16 7 - 8 60 41.(460 10 08 - oe Wool - Ctavsuto Mar b C W7. riXCX, "aiMrflt, ar at I Kstrs, . WHEAT, W bits, per ba., . " Krd, . can, . OATH, CLOVEMEED . TIMOTHT " " POTATOES, " . tKKSA, . . CUKPE,Oood, ,ilb Bl.TTER. rriiae, LARD, perlb., -TALLOW, "... EOCi, per don., HALT, perbbl., M , S 40 l.ti lid) lO I II IIS7. .7 1,11 1 74 M to.oo 1900 ,00 1,60 ,3 r .18 law roi. jtveh t FLOCR, inperfine, eitra, . WHEAT, white, per bu. " red, CORV.perba. OATS, - . I'tMtK, old mess, perbbl. " new ' " BEEE, eountr; ssoss, " "city " LARli " BUTTER, Slate, per lb. ," Ohio, " - !"lai of Ohio, Carroll Connlr 0. Orncs or ia Jcuec orPaoasTs) CarroUton, March 12, ',Wl. ) THE folljwing accounts of Eitcutors, Ataiuistrator and (fuiirdisns have been nlod in ibisofllee, aod ar set forheaiine on Moodsy, aV 13th day ol itpril A D. tlf, at 1 o'clock P. at. of aM dsr, and Will h r .til 1 1: It. I (trim .'aw I A Hatw until . 1 ' absam , r,m.l of. J n lling and pendency of which Accountants sad l"!EE "11! Uk."0,.,"-.T''I .. . t .t dec. jscon'1 ' Final Daniel Highland guardian of minor heirs of Robert DiDiief , dec. Philip Coble adm'r of Margaret Coble, dec. William D. Philips ex 'r of will of Ami GoMchall, dec. K. I. Ming k 8W, Eraaa x'r of will of Samuel Iddings, de Select School in CarroUton The undersigned respectfully informs lb. citixensof Carro lion and vicinitv that he will open s school in the school houe on Canal St., April 6th, 1857, in which he will teach the common branches, also Na'. Philoso phy, Algebra, Clieruiitry, IlUtory, Aatronomy and Phrsiologj- For the assUlanc ol pupils who wih to acquire a i Ke 0 l' ICh 0n usciui study mere I will be in use a set of Cutter's Anatomical pistes. Tuition fur the term ol three months for tbe common lt-ancli three doUais l,,r any of the above mention. ed branches in couuection aiih the common fire dol Urs, J&.S. E. PHJLPtTT. March 12, 1P7. 3. a mm nam niMCI aj a a t Illilllsvl Alilj. George C. Payne, State of Ohio, Common Ples. rs uivii Action, Rearv Bwartx. ) Order of Sile. Hv virtue of an order of sale issued out of the Coart of Common ?laa lor Carroll county, Ohio, aud to me lirected. I will pff fur sale at tha door of the Court II in the town of Cirro'Uou, between the hours of Id o'clock A .M. and 4 o'clock 1. .V. On Saturday, the 18M day of April, If 57, the full iiitg real estate, to wil: Lot number twenty- 1 fmii- t'Jl in ill., tnwn nf M 1 ' . . 1 1 townsllin. ! Carrorl county, Ohio, occupied as a tavern sUnd. Sold u the piopnty ol fieorge C. Pavne. Terms cash. I .'"lis 11 WHITCAMVT, siieriff. March li 1W7. td pr fee 2 50. SHERIFF'S MM. David Alliuugh ind wife, ) In Partition a L Tn 1 . if. iti.iif.c I I .. r . . . .. r . i-.li.abetli 7.eT. et, als. ) alias order ol the toutt ol Common Fleas of Carroll county, Ohio, and to me di- ! rected in this case, 1 will offer for sale at the door of the Coart BOO, ia CarroUton, Carroll county, Ohio, On Saturday, the Wh day of April 1857, the following described aaal estate, rix: The one nndi vided ht.ll of lot number filty, (50) in Atkinson, s addi tion to the town of CarroUton, Carroll county, and Stale of Ohio. Appraised at (115. Terms one-third ca-h, one third in one vear and the remainder in two jears, secured by mortgage. JOHN' H. WHI7TJR.4FT, Sheriff. March 12, lS5,tdpr lee 2 id. $1. Ml PE OIt IMi UESD. $1. No Copy Imitated no Teacher Required. McLau riu's patent sell instructing process in penmanship ena lumr evcrv one to write with the greatest ease, elegaucc and rapidity. It has been adopted by the Public Schools ol New Voi k; and by nnr first Merchants. Tnel'roess, complete with full directions lor use, will be Rent pre -paid on the receipt of $1. To clubs or agents, six cop ies for A liberal diicount rn large orders. Ad dress Xeland & Mchsurin, 315, Broadway; New Turk. Match 12 157 am. tTTACUEXT NOTICE. S, L. IPadsworth 1 Before Alexander Keith rs. r h Justice of the Peace of John Calder. ) East township, Carroll coun ty, OhiJ. On the JUtn Ol January uai. saiu justice is sued nn ot der 01 aiucumeni in me move anion ioi $13,02. J. B. Sm h, Ally, lor I'm. March 12 lP57.-3w. 8. M. CRAVE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. WILL pro nptly attend to all legal butiaeas i ntrusted to his care, in Carroll and adjoining counties. mice at his residence in Wells ville Ohio, till first of April next, after which it will be in CarroUton Ohio. Msrch 12 -lsit. Iron- Hardware and Cullcrj-- THE subscriber is just receiving from the Aastern Cities a large and well selected stock of iron, steel, nails, shovels, spades, forks.axes of all sorts, crosscut tenant and hand saws, augers, chiseU, planes, door licks, latches. hinicJ, sctews, files, raps, and almost every article kept u hard wars stores, winch 1 will sell t right figures. Call at lbe old stand on Lisbon. St., CarroUton, Ohio. ISAAC CltUMrtlN'E. Jarch 12, 1857, tf, SHERIFFS SALE. Catharine Ms shall ) PARTIT10S. guardian of By virtu of an order of Matilda Marshall, sc. ) sale in this case, issued from ti 1 the Court of Common Pleas John Marshall (of Carroll munty, Ohio, and to me directed, I wi 1 oner for sale at th door of tin Caurt House, in CarroUton, Carroll county , Onlo, On Saturday, the 4th day of April, 1867, between the hours ol 10 o'clock K- il. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following real estate situate in the county ofCarroll and hale of Ohio, vix: The south west quarter ol secnou seventeen, xowuonip louneen, and ranee five, of the 1 mds ordered to l ll 1 at Steu benvillc. Ohio, except twenty acres rffof th west eLd of said quarter. And also, thirteen aerei out of the ,,,.il. ......( ,,..r .1 finiri nnrlAr nnw owned and nrpn. pled by David Maple. Appraised ai 2,000, snhject to tbe widow's dower. Terms, one third cash, one-third I in one yeir, and the residue in two yean with inteiest from (lay ol sale, secured bv mortgage on the prem - lies J. H. WIIITOAAFT, KbenfT. McrL5,l?7,-ts.pr fce3, . mwmMLx -m. CORSKR oy WOOD IMPORTERS AXl) DEALERS IS PfWf, Lard On, Aleahol. Tannari' OH, f..rw,Oa WbtloOO, Cho.i., MAN CPA CTUftERS OF UNI?, tKU), IlfiD 1Mb km llTDKHifiB. Oar rf'isisa Laad, (roand iaOi', U pat op in poekafe of 95, ifl 1 ,, ono jo ,n(j , aaads, srasab wo (oaraiito to b. staicTLr rt at d r OA wtir B'ttmrpaMrd be my 0 lajQW and oblnon. btesatias lor Ifeo pi rea u 1 iiaportauo. uf mm EMtfra ooo-i.( noun. fm I W am WILSOIT, M'ELROT k CO (sccctaaoR to Grroi P. Smiti k Co.,) XO. IA WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Are bow reeltii,g a large and varied stork of BffOHra) JMJ DOHMTIO DRY C00D8, To i.i-.h tbey woa!1! k Mach 12-1W !HIR'ra L!vjN- notkauncttisemente John W. Col B'ate of O jo, i'arr)!l com.It. v Coiubiou iiU-a'. Afary Cox, eV al ) Partitrau. By Tirtue of an order of tale to me directed, fiom lbe Court of Common Fl-aa, of Canoll rountj ami Mate of Ohio; 1 will oftYr l.jf tale at t'ie door of th Court House, in CarroUton, On Saturday, the 21 day of March, 18."7, between the hour of U o'clock A. M. and 4 o'i -k P. M, of said day, the following real estate situate in A'ast township, in rail county, !! njrin to Ihe es'ate of James Cox, deceased; and described as lol lows: 1st tract being lixtf acres 'If of the eat i ie of he north west quarter of secuwi 1.1, of ton-hip 15 uf rauee 5, 2nd tract beii e a par! ol tbe foulh eat and northeast tgusiiers of section 19, township 15, range bounded as lollowf; betinninz t the nnnh wert cor ner of the south ea-t .juaner ol ihe above section, thence south 4 rods, thence east 16 . rod, thenf nortr. it rod, thence west 60 rxia, thence north 12 rol ihence west one hundred roos, tnei re ouin 12 ro!- containing ..; ecres. 3rd tract Mr.f CO acres off i f the west side of the south as quarter oft(e!ion It, SWI - 14, of ranee lour 4th tract beinz part of tbe south 1 west quarter of scci iou 18, of HWaakwf 1 4. of rani) 4. beginning at the north east corner nl sai l quart) r, thence south eighty rod thence we-l forty roda, thence north eighty rods, thence east forty rods, enn laining twenty acres. Mh trsit being 40 acres oS the west side of the south west nuarter of section 8. nf townabip 14, of rang four. 6 b tract being 4o aen-a oft of the east aide of the south east q:iarter of section 7, I of township It, and range 4. containing in il. 876 scree, I sulject to the dower estate of Mary Obst, widow ,t said James Cox, deceAed, set o!T to her by mete.- and I bounds, Terms of sale, oi.t) Ihird of th pnrrhae money IE j hand, one-third in or.e rear, and one I'.nd in two 11 r 1 J ' with interest from the day of saia, secured br mortgir Oa tbe pteniin s. JOHN H. Vt'HITt K A FT, Shetifi . Feb. 19 ls.11 -td. pr. tec fa: SHERIFF'S SALE. Isaac Kryster, i Ordr of Sale s- j Br iitue of an order of A. B. Cier eman, ) -ale i?ueQ from the Court ol I Common 'leas of Catftuw county Ohio, and to me di ' rccted in this Btkaa, I will expose to sale, at the do.w ol 1 the Court House, CarroUton, tlhio. I On Saturday, the Uh day of April, 1857, I between the hours of ID o'clock A. M. and 4 'clock I P. M , the following described real estate situate in Ihe town of CarroUton, Carroll countv, Unio, "Lot number . ' rWOi im !' tlii.il ..I If, lh. 1 J o II . . . , aaid town. .4oprsised at tst o . lermscssn. JOHN H. WmTCRFT, SLeriff March 5, 1S57. 1. pr. fee, H M F8H10AJBLK TA IL0B1NG. J ts ;. Willow, II70CL) inform the public that he ha located in Car ls million where be will be happy to receive a shir of public patronage. He is determined to get up work in a style not to bo surpassed here or elewhere Shop immediately opposite t'umming's I Couch's store and a few door west of the "Patiou House," where h can be found at all lime-. CarroUton, 0. Afarcb 5, '57. tf. NEW HAIihRSTOWN ACADEMY. Tue winter term of S'ew ngerstown Acndemv, w , close with an examination of its pupils on Thursday, March 2Cih lf57, aud exhibition same evening. The public are invited to attend, Bv oider of the Board. T. V JiLLIGAM, Principal. Hc l 2. H57 3 w. J?oTATE NOTICE.. .Voti:e is hereby glvn, that 1 have been duly appointed Administratrix with the will annexed of the estate of John Hall deceased. All persons having claims against said estate must pre. sent thsm within one year. ANNA WALL, Jarch 19. 1857. AdrnVx. with will annexed nSTATA'A'OTICE. Notice is beteby given that I aty have bean appointed and qualified as executor ol the last will of Van Brown deceased. All persons hav. ing claims must present them within one year, snd ai! who know themselves indebted by book account or by notes without surety, must do so in m -diately. March 19 1857. JAMAS B70W N Executor. 118CatTa MlKfll'Av Solicit i iic.cUi g eu ina. i !i have Ode n appointed administrator ni boms son on tho estate oi A'.ibert Craven deo'd March 19 lf57. JAMES BROWK, 1 RET1HBD PHYSICIAN Whose sands ol life have nearly run out, discovered, while in the East Indies, a certain cure for Cnnsutnp lion, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds and general debility this"remedy was discovered by him when his only child a daughter wasgivenup to die. Wishing tu do as much good is possible, he wBlattW to such ol my ffliced fellow awl as request it tnis recipe, with fulllirections for making up and successfully using ii Reacquires ach pp leant to inclose him one shilling three cents to be returned as postage on the recioe, and the remainder to be a' plied to the payment ol this advertisement. Address Dr. H. JAVIER. No. 19 Grand Street, Jersey City, Now Jersey, Jan. 1. 1058. 3m, GRATIS TO EVERYBODY. jr if tut. km hm mi URR Ml OF WIT, BOMINCE AXD RACIN5SS! We ive now iu print Urge catalogue of the most fascin )g, interesting and curious publications that we e ever published in this or any oilier country. 7hey are !1 translated from the French of the most celebrated authors, and every one of them is illustrat ed with beautiful characteristic engravings (the most ; o( th-m cooied). t'abrlogues soul rail by return cl to jj anJ person who will drops line addressed HENHY K. G. BAUKU.Y, No. 177 Greenwich street. New-York. January 15, 1S57. 3in ESTATE NOTICE Notice is hereby given that I have bcu ddv nullified as executor ot the will of John idwitds, deceas. d. All per-orn having 1 claims against Slid estate rrust pit rent thettegally au t heiitioaied, wiu.in on jrar irore. u . . r. Pec.f,., JEUV iPi'.-i, Excutor. tan AXD FIRST 8TRKKT8, PITTSBURGH, PA. Uosood OH. Tt.rrnb. X 1 rTSfwnssary, Pi-ot ladWacs awrg, InatrkwPLW Urwt 4c, ar such a eobl u to aril ao as fa tbe attention of tbe trad, From Albert C Advertising a,.l coneponJf ElchardBon't M office, S0 Broadway. X-w- Phalon's CIICUICAI. H A1E INVlOOBATOat. Tuw most crrapl't aniele of tS kind rer befot offered to the public. It ha stood lb teat t-f twen ty year in this country, and not one of the many hundred of i uitAV t ion have been able to enn,pete a Mk I: for p.-eerTing, dreaaing and bctulity i..g ihe IJaii; and keeping the head claw ft 00 r'andtun. Ac. I Is it estimate in shot. it ia fn thing the hair requires. Hrice tuceu.s atu $1 pa uula. i-a Phalon's arni-.v.oTtoN' 01 TLoJiM Ul AL'TIIrlfB. A great Cotmrtic dr beautify ing tbe skin and compliiion. and per fuuiiug tbe breath, for curing chapped Hands, Face I.ipw, Tiin, Sunbom, Freck les, 1'imples, .Scalds ' llu-ns, Jtc. -t sure and sale cure for the Pils; on wa-l.ii e w,il atsotsatassl relief. After ahav- 11 -. ti :s vers ooti.tnc to the tkio. li ki ep tne j bands oft and while and for infiamatiotns Of the skin- it will be Imind to be a great remedy, Pnc aw ikUk and 1 per bottle. Hr Phalon's MAGIC HAIR DTE Ono ot tho vet y ber Natura: !. la the world. It lorf, use has proTed it he Ui beyond coiuparivoti; and beiitg a vrgirabie produc tion, no taj try em poiblv he done to toe skin. It i easily applied, and you c.in obtain a blick or brown, . u will defy the be-t jitd.'es to tell it from uatar itself. Price f I and tl M ;-. Made aud But) K. J'WM.OS, at 17 Broadway, cor. iHf ttr t. a d 111 froadwav, St. .Nicholas lloteL K. f . ) and all ruggisls and fancy stores ibrvaghout the 6- ' nited Ftales. Manh 12 'J7 (Dec. IS "57 m. ai.NSlUpTIuN eiKm He not deceived by base imitations. Hccefr.au, Claik A Co.'a genuine Cod Liver Oil, t.ever uit-pnuii aud ten years experience ba proved r tuptrtor to all others, and the only reliable cute lor consumption. As there is a great deal of spurious oil in tbe mark! adulterated with seal oil, whale oil, Ac, too much cara can not 00 uken to procure the genuine. Our oil U made at our factory in New Foundland and each bottle has onr signatur over tbe cork, be careful to get Hegercin' Clark k Co,', a taonunds who hat used other oil ot inferior quality, aod were about ginu; up iu de-pair, bare been restored to health by usiog me genuine oil of our manufacture, Sold by all diugga Dec, 18, lt-56, 3m, CBISTADORO'S t AIR DY . Within a uui shed ill the merit lie, f Cristidoro's never equalled Dye; A'ed it makes black, to brewn trrntforml a grey, aud keeps the tines ilaya In ni decay. thi malchlers levitilizii.g Uiir Dje till It Ida I poaion as the n ost hiimlcss at tl ifficiciitu I' nit lj in tbe wcild rtefitcj ir.d kM hi lefile ltd letaiV ind applitd in ten private rooms at Ciisiadoros, Mo. 6 .t-'ir House, Brcadsay, Kew-Yotk, aid by all pel lumers and Drwggisis in lbe I'niuu Sides, Agents Cicciunati, Ohio, J. D. PikS, ind Sou P ALU SB. .Ian IS, 1857,-lv. Another Ir 'uil Tut of Corn and Cob Mills. j he Little Giant Victorious. The folio ing is lit ni the Indisnipcdw Jut.tt.il-. TitUL or Mail, We were yesieidiy invited to wis. uesi a trial ot the merits of tbe Corn acd Cob Mills, l.i -lc Giant, Stir Mill, aud Excelsior JVill. A bnsbol at.d i half of eir corn was ground into feed by each, tho "Little Giant" doing it in 34, lb ' Star in 67, and ihe "Excelsior" in f-9 revolution!. The tiste occupied by each mill in grinding, was in ibout th nine pro. pottion. The mills weie all mined by the same burs, ami niai.ar'-d by the same petauns, apd everaffeing seemed to be fair and equal. After ihe "iittle Giirt had ground out her corn, a lot of stones, among them one or two bird flint, the sixe of a hen' eggs, wer ti.ni mi in and grout d up, to show, as Mr. Hedges re marked, that no 'ordinary ' accident could prevent la from doing iu duty. The stones weie ctuabed t powder without injuring the mill in the least. Tbra were a grea Mtf f c present at the exhi bition, among whom were several Representatives, md all gave a in oided preference to th ' Little Giant" F, Weston, it Augusta, Carroll county. Ohio, would respectfully inlor:n the Suck Feeders ol Cirroll, ftirk Colun bii a, Tusritawai and Mahoning c vnttt, that he is the controlling afOftt for tho Little Glaat Corn ind Cob Mill, in the ilove turned counties, iod is now prepared lo fill all orders addressed to him at li e above plice V. WE&TOM. Feb. 26 U57 3 w, Tuuiier; (or Sale. The Subscriber offers lor rule very low lis Tanrety situated at the Fist end of ninllion Carroll royals Ohio, There is in connection viith this Tag net? four a cies tf land aud u number ol youug Fruit treaa iad tluva never tailing spring the ore that aepporti the Tannery runs i Miuicicnc) of water (o support au Engine f. r any kird of a factor the JV4' i..u-.d. Pos-eiiiii ri. bo hid the (rt ot April. JOHN W.TOl'NG. F'eb. 6 lfr57. . 0 1 .S Cattor Oil, t Uil, CM lrvti Oil, and 'u4 Oil, t liA.M Art'