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WtMt.v Pm id 1 ake one pound of sal soda Rod half pouud of anslackt-J lime, put lliem M gallon of w tnd LjiI Miff minutes lf i( aland till eoool, then drain cd; aud put it away in a ate jug or jar. Soak your dirt clothe ovrr night, or until lliev are veil wet tbioiujh, IbM erriag ttteea out and rub on plenty of soap, and lu one hotter of clotkts well covered over witb waterf J J one teacupfull of the. washing fluid, Boil half an hour ttriekly, and tbn wa.-li thm tlio rvujrfily tbough one su.lt, axd rinse well through to waters and your clothe will look better than the old waj of washing twice before coiling. This h lb invaluable recipe, and I do want cv ry poor tired woman to try it. 1 think with a patent waali tub to do the little rubbing, tbe wash obi to might take the Inst novel, and compose herself un the lounge, and let the washing do itself. Tbe woman who can keep a aecret, las known thi a year or two, lut her husband told it while on an electioneering tour. Tni Caibb or THe Washington PiIsonIso The Washington Star, received yesterday, con tain the fiillowiug official conclusion of the Board of Health, is reference to the disease at tho Na tional Hotel'. The unanimous conclusion of tho B.iard from the facts eui braced in the report, is that the di sease etises from a poisonous niissmi generated in the sewers of the house, Inch, being taken in tne wngs, is Mueoroeu, ana acts as blood poison and thus ladialributed throughout the Ijatra. It is raid that tbe disease which lias depopula- ted tbe Uotul has extended its iufluence to all the stores and offices in that building, and among those who have not partaken, of either food or wa ter, from that estaUikliment. To Sutw Com fort aw. v. It wiH cost noth ing to try the experiment which the correspondent M the Philadelphia L-jdgor declares succeeded in hit case: Plane one or two layers of common newspapers between the quilt or covering of tho bed. It is recommended by one w ho snys ho has tried it with great advantage. We suppose the beneficial fficts of tbe plan vrojjiy,ijJ arises from the great absorption power patier has. It is well known that there is thrown off kom the system lirwg) th pores, a large amount of matter, and it is by the absorption of tlijs, and tho heat which be comee unpleasant (hat the giml claimed operates Vikv Explicit. A Dutchman, in dcKctibing a spas of horses which he had lost said: Dey was .very mooch alike, 'spucitlly da ST OM One looked ho much like both, I could not toll toder from which; when I wont after one I a ways caught do oder, and I rthipt de one almost to death because de oiler kicked at me." Ho thusdetcribed an nccidoot: JTonce a long ngn, 1 vent into mino abble orchard to clime u bear troo to get some beeches to make mine vrow a blmu pudding mil; and veu I gels on te tr.pperni.ist pranchl vnlljrom de low rest limb, nut one lag on both sides do fence, and Jike to stove my outeido in.' SoARccKihtra. about scarecrows. A miss of buys two talking '.Scarecrows? ho! he! he!' says ona of the party an overgrown, slab sided, spoon y-looking JoUilL h..l' says lie, evidently to .some remarks that had preceeded his, 'You know any thing about scarecrows, if you'd seed one that Uncle Hen made, I guest you'd think so too. Why Utiulo Hen made ono and set it up in dad dy't cornfiold, that noaily frigl, tuned tho feathers of overy crow that looked at it; and by golly J ono crow that had boon pecking aiotind the field for two or three days, after he BM it actually flew away and brought back all the cm, he bsd sto len in that time fa.il.' Cubi roH tiiic Qnj irTbttfajy painful dis ease can bo cured, so easily ; but I fear many uf for and do not know my M'mj.lo cure. The throat, so far as alL-cled, should bn greased with lard, then apply a good thick coat of tar, and bind it on with cloths. J f it is aj night, tho suf ferer can go to bed and get up well the m xt morn ing, and on removing the cloths there will ouly be dark stain to wash away. The grease prevents it from being hard to wash ojf. Bemember this ow, Sick Hxao.vcuk. I hvo known tho severest ick headache to be helpod, ami tho nervous head ache cured, by aomo s) input hiring person nibbing llieir hand from the top of thu head down, and t the shoulders, after tho mesmeric manner. Tho most intense paiu can be soothed in a few tum ulus by this simple remedy, remembering to car ry the hands upward, farther away from the head than when tho downward pas is made. This will also help the toothschf. in nioe eases out of ten At a debating society, the subject was, which i the most baaliful piuduclioti, a girl or a straw beiyl After contitiuiug the argument for two night tho meeting finally ndjoutneil, without com ig to a conclusion tho older members going for the strawberies, and the younger one for the gi'la. Niw UaupauiKR EuccnoN. Tho complete vote of New Hampshire, cast at the lain election, it at follows: Haie, (Hep.) 34,470; Wells, (I Kin.) 31,130; Scattering UUU. Halo's minor ity ovtr Well, 34 330, which at a gain of 3,:i05, since last lltich, when Motcalf, (Hep.) wai elect -d over wall by a plurality of ouly 34. tff lames Huchanan Henry, the President's prirata aecre.aiy, it the son of Kuv. Mr. lieuiy, deceased, formerly Hresbyteriau clergyman iu Greentburgh, Westmoreland Co., Pa. lie is a graduate of Priucetou, and well u:ed in several foreign languages. Ct'k for Woims. A safe ami siamle remedy to gire children for this troublesome complaint, is, to wet tbe iadiago bag used for blueing clothes, and squeeze a few drops into new milk, and give it for nine mornings in succession. It is a Hifo mid alBtttuaJ remedy, and in every mother's reach. au)s of l)io. I'UatUSHKD UV AUliiOlUIY. rN..i.,lL,I A APT AN ACT. ro amend tbe 105'b and 300th sections ol the act to establish a Code of Civil Procedure, passed ii i i . . i March 11,183, and suj plementuy to s,-ud ,i;o.l. Sxcrios 1. Ut it enacted tltt Uentrtl At- MMf o th Suite Ohio, That the 105th sec r . , a . .. tion of the aet to establish a CO.Je of cu d pro- cedure, passed March 1 1, 1S63, be and the same is hereby to amended as to lead as follows Soc. 105. Every pleading in a court of record muu be tiibncnbed by the party or hisattorney. Any par ly msy, in all casea in which ho would have the - y,j is right to use the deposition of au adverse party whether plaiulitt' or defendant, also, annex to his pleading, other than . . i : . , . a demur er, ,n terrogato, ,es ', which liiterrogatorict, if not be plaiuly and fullv aoswereJ, 1 1 Hint i,t to the case !iHtrn! to hlinll under oath. When annexed to the petition, they shall be answered within the time limited for an- MM ic the petition when auncied to the answer, tbey shall be answered withiu the time limited for - , . , . i m i reply when annexed to the reply they shall be answered lithiu the period allowed for answers to petitions iu general; but further time may be a! lowed, iu any cas', by the court or judge, in lion. Answers to interrogatories may be enforced by nonsuit, judgment by default, or by attachment, Ha uju j usik. u; tue cjtse may reipnro; on tne . 1 :. : - e . I . . i tri.il mich answer man U ,1 ,w bi i, l..r.na K uii 1,. J J er party. Sec. 2. That section three hundred and sixty of - M coda be and the satno it hereby amended so as to read as follows; Sec. 3Gl. That tho court ' whero any action is pending, shall have power, on motion, and on ten days' notice thereof, to require the parties to produce books and writings iu their possession or power, which contain evidencu pciti- iienl' tothe issue, in cases and under circumstances where they might horttofoW be compelled to pro duce the same by the ordinary rules of proceeding in chancery; and if the plaintiff shall fail to coin ply with such order to produco books or writings) the court, on moliou as aforesaid, may give thu like judgment for the defendant, as iu case of non suit; aud if a defendant shall fail to comply with such order to produco books or writings, the court, on motion aa al'oresiid, may give judgment agaii.st him by default. Eitherpiuty or his attorney n iiy also demand of the adverse party, an inspection and copy, or permission to lake a copy of u book, pa per or document, in his possession or under his control, containing evidence lelatingto the merits of the action or defence therein. Much demand shall bo iu writing, specifying the book, paper or document, with sutlicient particularity to enable tho other party to distinguish it and if compliance with tho demand, within lour days bu refused, the court or judge, ou motion and notice to the ad MM party, mayi in their discretion,, order tho ad verse party to givo the other, within the specified tune, an inspection and copy, or permission to take a copy of such book) paper or document; and on failure to comply with such order, the court may exclude the paper or document from being given in evidence, or if wanted as evidence by tho party applying, may direct tho jury to presume it to bu such as the party, by affidavit, alleges it to be. MSLL. .! i . . . L . . . I i ins section is inn to ue construed to prevent a party from compelling another to produco any book, paper or document, when he is examined as a witness: Provided, however, that if tho party in possession of ttfiy such book, pHpor, writing or doc ument shali nlleguthat tlii s.uno or any patt there of, is of morn private interest, or of such character that th 1 sumo ought not to bu produced, or an in spection or copy thereof allowed or RtfjaW the SOWt may in its discretion, on motion of either party, direct a private examination thereof by a master, and if the mastei shall Bad that such book, paper, writing or document shall contain niBtter peitineut to tho case, and proper to be produced, inspected or Copied, ns aloresnid, ho shall icport .1 ,1 , , I Iho same to tho court, or a copy ol such part or ; parts as no may una iiuitiueiit to tlio case, an. I " 1... 1 , i , ,. 1 .1... I ...I . t-J ... 1 w w ( . . 'i . ' . , iii..jn.-.ieii ui cujueu, nnu the book, paper, writing or document, or part there of, so repoited, shall bo admitted in evidence in tho tiial, unless itcliiOed by tho court for proper 1 1 cause. Sec. 3. That whenovor any poison claiming to huvo a cause of acliou or a defence to an nction couillloliceil ajjnmst him, is unable, Without a dis- covcry of the fact from tho adverse pnrty, to lllo his petition or iinswor, such person may bring his action for discovery, setting foith in his petition tho necessity of such diaeo.Vory aud tlio grounds ibefeof, und such intoi rogatories relating to the Ntbjeet matter of tho discovery as RM1 be necessa ry to procure the discovery sought, which if not demurred to, shall be fully and directly answered uuder oath by tho defendant; upon tho final dis position of thu action, the Costs thereof shall bo taxed in such manner as tho court Bballdecm cpji table. Sec. 4. That the said original sections 105 and 300, bo and tho samo are hereby repoaled, and that this ucl sh.tll take effect from aud after its passage. N. II. VAN VORIIESI, Speaker of the House of Hepnueutativcs. LB8TBR IAVL0K, President of tho Senate, pro. leiu. Columbus, March 6, 1867. I hereby certify that 1 havy read and compnrcd the proof of the foregoing laws, and thai they are correctly printed from tho copy cut titled by the Secretary of State. J. t BLACK HUKN, Aud. Carroll co. Dkciurdly Luminous. A geullemsn proverbial for bis gallantry, having occosiou to ask a lady or the mutters, thus addressed her" 'Most beau tiful, charuiiiig.H.nd accomplished lady, by an un deserved condescension of your iutinilo goodness extend to your obsequious devoted, and very humble aervant, that pair of ignipotent digests, in order that I may exasperate the excressences of this uocturnal cyliaderluminary, and tliui cause the refulgent brigthniss of ils risjileiider.t brill iancy of ocular organs more perfectly,' Business ga t&Ss'pjjj A. W. ioltItl . TTORXtYAl LA .rfUuwo, c.u b rcumed, iu all eaet when dt "J- Urnca In the ro tu opposite the trot of the Courl u her.tolore oceepiid bj J. Ill V.i.D Esu ireo. i .. .. i it. i:t kt;i.v. I I t o r i r v a n J t'tunntltr a r In 111 Dt artif,. II lh, nmf ........ Ifc it , f " " m viiiwniur inr a.j- oininp counties. All butiuesi rotrotted to him ml I! Pr0D,c' tltention. OyIi;E Ssvali frame van.in wivvwi uvuia oi us sutftl House. t ar- rollion.Ohio. Ult.t;. SCOTT SURGEON DENTIST, CAliKoLLTON, OHIO. Office, io the resideLce ut Mrs. ierct. uo stairs dirm. Office, in (he residence ut Mrs. fierce, upstairs direct- lj oppotit the American House. - J 1mm f if fMHktlic above named place, the undertijii ed "-offert Ml prolessinn.l stTTiees to persons ciiititi htvs eutbled him to become full acquainted I hranch of the dental art; and he is prepared tooth or au entire sett, i the latest and most approved " !'" warmueu io give satisisction. frfBf I ' ... , . .... I. . . : jj . a t .- ii . lutii rcamci.ccs n uesireJ. Feb. 2S, l it. T) A T T A iM 4-! A 1 1 5 itvi -rli t wmmm sWuhi jiotfl. j CARR0LLT0W. OHIO. ....t, r rs ... This loug and favorable known establishment, occu . , " . picaiormerlybyK.il. y,.Ki it, .-q , 1 been re- Pe"ed l0r lne Ccoinuio,!ation of the public. This House has been renovated, lenaired tnd imnrored iiiil now presents til the advanUge which tre desired in t tr" .Ve The b"u,,l "rkc-t tflords late- enl --il for ii.m lMipftla t. i . ,. I : r r... i.. ttble. The trrtugement lor stabliue tro perfect tnd f,i.!"'1'e- A r,le bal l,er conveniciit. Every lacMiij ior comiori anu plcaure is realizulile at the pop- ular old stand. JASIES PA7TON. M.ij 1, Itios- -tf. CAUROLLTOX, : : : : : s i OHIO. TIll.S I0CM, lately occupied by 8. O. Mc'KKK, lias been lately relitted v the Subscriber and now pro-j Sl'lltS llll r 1 1 - llilviintlir'ca llilt Hi-fi flr.ain.il ill n Ii. .t . .... i llutel. The best that the iiiail.Pt allWr.la I. r,r, I - fork's guests. U.Kd Cooks tre in tho employment I at tills ii mi-'1 unit every Ijeiltv lorcoinluit and n ea-1 sufe is furnished tt th is pjpul ir stand. January 8, !Hj7.tf. F. U.SWARTZELL-. SAm tliiit KlniiilAi f Jtwir iiiin y 7iiaianyi Tins oAnnn that i mitm osaboei) Mr. Klmkr Fkv, wit'i having my eow or that of any other pcrnons unlawlully iu or about his promises, tnd that said Fry ever held in his io-sessii i said cow,' hut bolievo him to bo an honest BVB, c lining to com mit any aet of the kind. VALE.YT1NE LATTMKR, February 6. Isfi7 RAIL ROAD HOUSE, OjRBOLLTOy, OHIO. MEN OFOIO. IMnK T') YoUlt IXTEVilE-ifS. Tho time has cunie when every nun will buv i,l . 1 : ; .. 1. 1 ... 1 . . 1 1 ... ...... 1... - . . r'-wiTL" ' uu "'"K1" cucapest aim , ireofihehest .cnditT; II, li. LUirSlJj lifts tho cheapest and best lot of Oroceties in town) Call and see whut excellent Go9t, Tea. Sugar, Slolaeses, Cheese, soda; Starch, Saler.itus, Tohncco, Cigars, ie , in fact any thing I that is compiised iu a well assorted stock of Groceries, j Also a good ailiele .fli-csh fish. ua win an-o par taw nignetcasn pneo lor Wheat, I Rye, Coi n, Oats, flutter ami all kinds ol Srodncl Cairolltoii.Nov. av, lHfiti.-tf. n. y c'oti.SIL. Plastering! Plasterina! 7'ho undersigned would respectfully inform tho pub ic that he is tM engaged in the above businesi, and is prepared to execute Woik to the fancy of ui.v. Plain ,..,.1 1 ' - - .1 . . ...iu unmuiuiiiui iianii;iiMg oimu io orilcr ol. tho snort- est possmie notice. My long experience in the bush ness, a;i' I my success as R uieehunic, euables me to as sure the pulilic that all woik will he executed to tatirt satislaetlon. All orders will be attended to promptly, alddress the undeisignod, at Carrollion, C'trroll county, WM 0. KL'XIO.N. yune III, IS.'n!. tf. P. ACTU AL AMBKOIYPEI. AND llKliJHUEOTVPIST. Bkyght Dafiisrreaii Qalltry, just below Hus- a stuns store, Maui .Street, Carrollion Ohio. 1 liositivelv warrant t ,, ,i ,, 1 ;n 1.., , , tur., !... ..... ....1 .- . .... , .. . . o,,; I ask no rei-oiiiiiiajiiiiuiioii. My picuircs wllsli'iw JJU.. Auibrotypo is truly beauatiful. Citizens and people liom l.tr and near, are kindly sohci- ,ed to call aid examine specimens, and get a pkfure ol w, mm mtRtaj. 7dM. 1 1, ir.a 1. r ip s.. ...... " J. ... i 1 1 I I ' mm mmm '"I"" ilHWl ri 1 1 1 K subscriber wi ill lOlllOII. (ill.. I would ie.-pei!tliilly inliiim Fanners. 1 Moi., Ininics, RC, that he he lias taken back and has now iu fullo'ieration the Currnlitsu new CUl'OLA FOUNDRY. And is amply prepared to furnish to antar all LI,,.!. ,,1 ' lunghs, l'lough Coiuts, Stoves.it Castings ol all des errpUooa, ut tho shortest notice, and at reasonable prices. A good ard extensive stock of Ploughs, Points Stoves, C'usliugs &c, constantly kept on tiiii.il and of sale at low prices, for Cash. E. ilcGUI A Nov. 15th 1355, If, MISS. M. ANSIIUTZ, t I S X." Fast ksiioi- Maim Strut. .Doc. 2(1, 1855, ly. W8HBB AMI MDMSON CANTON OHIO. mani i .vtiTi ui.KM of pniNTiiva AND WRAP PINO PAPPS THE IIIlillKST CASH l'lllCK paiu I'nti Diaa April 5lh lSiti. FiSBWNABLK TAILORING, at A 41. WlliSOV, WOl'LD inlortn the public that he has located in Ctr rroUlOR where ho will hj happy to receive a thtro of public patronago. Ue is determined to get up work iu a stylo not to be turpasscd here or elsewhere Shop immediately opposite Cumniiug's A Couch's store tud a few doors wct of tho "7'altou House," whole h can be found at ull i hues. Carrollion, 0. Jarch 5, '57. tf. FOlt SALE OR RENT. The subscriber offers for saloon reasonable term the following real cstttu situate on Main Street, L'arrollton Carroll county, Ohio, to wit: one lot on which U o rectcd t Itigo two siory biick building, well finished suitable, for t dwelling or Hotel; also, a sniull lot adjoin ing the above on which i - aintaled a largo and eeWM diout frame stable, sutlicient In site to contain Q hor ses, tlso, two other lots in one enclosure with a frame dwelling houso thereon. Tho above property will be sold septrstely or joiutly to uit purehtten, tud if not sold will be for rent. I will tlsi sell two quarter sections of land in Wood- baty county state of Iowa; also, one quai ter section of itnu m lot county ui thestatJ ollowu whiehvvill bt sold i separately or jointly to suit purchasers. ! For Terms upply te l)r, John S Un .ter rtrmlitou Ohio. p. F. PlilCE, Nov, 13, Tifi. tf. I w. LEE y f "1 IV'r... i 1 pa.lt. i'A.Y t'K SA1.F.M, (iflHi; AND KoK TIIK it pitetlctd in Conner tion ailh 7'r. J. 8. Iltmrr n rrmcitea kit Rtnce and resldei.rr io the dwr!lit.K house rrmerlv oeruuied If Capt. (Seo- f, Kaaadv, near the Court llia.se. comer el Lisbon and Canal streets, wheiehe Ut hereafter be luand at ill tie.es on hatijs to proniptlv tlttnd to all calls iliat re quire his profeesientl services. Kltltcicd by past swe etas, he hope br prntft ttttntioa to meilt a con tinuance of public pttroaape. Dr. Lee claims to b entirely modern in tht treaat Mat Of a-o tether ol surgical or other cliarac trr. lie has also paid s.ecial attention Io the new tuatn.ei.tol lunF and tliroal affections, vis; by "ifod Ical Inlialttlor ." Patients suffering Irom si t lorni ol those affcctif.os, whether ol acute or chrouic charac ter, art especially invited ta call at his offce, where he will be nanus to render til information with retard to . ase, method ol treatment, ic Irce ol chsce. Jiuttet of women and childieu receive piompt at tention. Ctrrolltun. O..Sept. 1, lfl6. ti. DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S VELE BE A I : D GERMAN BITTERS. raarAkKD iir Dr. ( M. JAK80N, Philad'a, Pa. WILL irrECTl'ALLT CURR. Li VPf Coiliplailll. D) Spcpsiilt Jiinil(li('(! Chronic or .Vert out lteliibttj, Diseatti of the h'ulneyx, una all dt teases MM from a ditordtnd Liver or Stomach. Such as Constipa tion, Inward Piles. Fullness or Dlood to the Ileaii, Acidity of the Stomach, Xtuset, Uearlbum, Disgust for Pood, Ful ness or Height iu the Klouitch. our Lruc tttions, Sinking or Fluttering tt the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of tho llead, Uuriicd and difficult llrcalliing. Fluttering at the Ileurt, Chunking or sullocating sensations when iu a iug posture, Dimness ol i-iun, Dots ol Webs bclorc the ight, refer tnO Dull Pain in tho llead, deficiency of P er spirution, Yellowness of the Skin and Kyci, Pain in the Side, Puck, tliest, y.itnbs, &c, Sudden Flushes of Deal., Duiiiing in tho Flesh, Cunstsut Iinaginings bl Kvil, tnd great, Depres-iou of SuiritB. The proprietor in calling the tttention of the public to tins pn par.iliou, docs so with t feeling of tho ut most confidence iu iu virtues und adaptation to the di seases for which it is recommended. It is no new and untried article, bet one thst ha- 6to 'est of ten vetis' tiinl before tho A hum lean Pe0Plv ,h,J its reputation tnd laled RBrtrsBad by any "" . I ' "! i aae mmtmrnrnj m mm a vor given by the most proiniiiciil.md vtell known Phv- siciansaud individuuls in all psits of the 001111117 im mense, and a cari'ful nerusal ol tho Almanac, nulilisl . cd annually by the prupriytor, ami to be had gratis of any ol his Agents, cannot but satisfy the most skeptical that this remedy is really deserving the great ccKbiitj it has obtained. Principal OUloe and Manufactoi v, Xo. B AltCII Si Philad'a, Pa. Sol i by 0. A. Doegel, CarrolJion. A. McLean Au gusta. Il are A. King, NoriUown und by ull 7ealeis iu Mi diciiies. April 11, 1S5 1 y. rebj BW Fall and Winter ikwMll Wu arc on hand a"ain with a desirable stock of now mmd fiilil till 11 1 iji,,,, .11 Ik. i",,;,',,. .1.1.,., . I r a . ' fcJar o goods u,4t ran be h.ui d ininvhcre. And we take tins method of inlormii.g our Iriemls and the , !, that nun ah re lAta, tod at price that will is too ih anil please. Amtmg our g-iojs can ho found all the lato stylesol Ladies' Dress Uoods, tottaMaW of silks, wool plaids, inclines, par.imc tas, delaines, pi int.-', km, Shawls and Dress Trimmings ol all the latest styles. id in ash IIovs wkaii. Cloths, casaiiuores, satinctts, tweeds, jeans, M. KKMiv-MAiiKt'i.oTltiao, In this department wo ten competition. Wo have ev. rything in that y Men over, dress, .and business coats. Also boys clothing. MOM anii? Snots. Avery thing belonging to Ml audi of trade. Hats ami Cats. All that is do Arable for dress or eetatort, Clocks. You whownnf therii:ht time, call with CUMMINUS a COUCH. October Id. lofi. &RPET8, Floor aadTablt Oil elotth, 0 goo 1 assert a & a incut. HAULS. Now is the time lor a nice Shawl. a & a J- W. AKIN, ) (JOODS MERCHANT a few doors west ol tho tHttetl Hons-, Main Street, Carrolltuii, Ohio, Mas j i-l received an unusually 1 1 ts "i tineni of large und complete FALli ami AVl i i:u ;oti:s. It is needless lor mo to attempt to enumciale or de Reiibo the quality or quantity ol my goods; but wou'd say that my stuck consists in purt of Dry flood, Gro ceries, Hardware, tiuecusware, ic, all of which wili be sold CHEAP FOli CASH OR PRODUCE as my motto is small protits und quick returns. Flattered by past success, I hope by prompt attention und fair dealing to mci it u continuance ol'puUio pairnnagc One word to all, call uudexamino inv slock und latisly yourselves both as regards quality und pi ice of goods belore puiehasiiig elsewliere. Oct. lMC.-tf. J. W. AKIX. Jadies Dress Goods ull of tho st)los at J. W. A. m gouu assortment ot t.iotns Ccasinietes satinets il Tweed , Jems &e. Ac at J. VV, A. Hals: Cap i J. W. A. A large aud complete assortment DOOtl and shoos at of LATKST ARRIVAL. COME'ON:COMEIN. Come iu and see tho nice, new Goods and get some tirst rato bargains. Wo are just receiving a splendid stock ol goods, and wish tolavor our customers with un opportunity to profit by purchasing them. Oct. 23. 186U. tf. AKCUBOLD it CLAAK, lino assortment of Ladies' dress goods sill, IV liuoes, euburgs, dcluius, ginghams, prints, Au. J.if. t very line assortment of boots and shoes ol ull sous and sines. A & 0. Do not forgot to examine our fine stock oWmw Is, bon nets, &o. A. & C. Ijlirst rate sole loaill'er, salt and groeerioi, Come on. ! A. AO. Anew aud excellent Vuilel)ol rcudy-uiudo ilothiug. Detter see thorn. A. A C. It Tens' and .'oys wear, tweeds, jeans, satinets, cas- 111 latere and broudclullis. A.liV. INSTATE NOTIrVK. Notice is hereby given that we si haro been duly appointed an I qusfitieJ as Kxec utors of tho last will and testament of John Arbuckls deceased, late of Monroe township Carroll county Ohio. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay men t, and those who have claims a guiust said Katale , will present llieiu legtliy autheutica tep Aithiu 1W mouths Item this liiue. a. Mccarty, T110S.lt, GRIFFIN, Feb. 20,1867. Axecutors. UNION COil UINM. THE UNDKA'SICiNED HAS 11EEN RE- a fitting, and has iu good condition his Coal Mines 111 Union towntbip, tnd is prepared to G.l all oiders f any amount. The superiority of the coal lurnished from those mines is well established tn l it is not ue ccssarv to commend the coal to those who have been using it, as its use establishes its cnaracter. I have In my employ Messrs. Jo'.in H. tnd George Hemmiug, who are sccoud to none iu tho State, as our miners, JOHN FAWt:ETT. auairy 1, 1850, Km. p WILLIAMS' GHI9 SI ATE RIBIsiTEB: AKU BUSINESS MIRROR, F 0 I 1 0 6 7. At poldisher of the Ciarmitatl iitrlory, tho nib sciibcr I.; been very often ii 4uin.1l ol ni i. tnd tothe names lie Ills c ol civil and .Indicial ('fficf rs. Pub- 1 fersional ai.d llu-u.oa Men, Ac, Ac , .6 blate. 1 litse ii quities, in eoMitc eiiierience having himself oltea iKe.nu iii ouoau uoi income kimi nas ronvuiced una that a reiy large BOrtiou ol l io ttUstat, including thno.-l the entire Prolessiooal, Merrtuiile tnd alaiiu lactuiiug part ol the comiuui.it , logethar with a very cotitidcrahie uuniuer of those engaged in Mcchtnieal tud Agi icultural pnistiu, would be greatly benrfitcd by tbe publication of a woik suitable lor general rtfer ttite iu regtid to Public Ollicei a tnd Institutions wheth er tate, County , City or t own, tnd whlcb should tt tho same time pieseut to Professional and iiu-inett lien in every City, Tow u and V ill ige throughout tbe Slate, the oj-porluuity of making'theiuvlves gt oeitlly known, r iu other woids, a medium through which Uiey any lorm tn tciutiuituce with each oilier. Forthe aecnuiplisluucnt of this object, he propescs, under the above title, to cornnence the anaual publica tion of a a oik presenting, through the medinui ol a Map, the State, a ith its Geographical MviHont iuto Counties and Towns, with the Itailrotds iu operation, as well ss those in proJcssof coii.-Sruction, tnd other iu" foiiuation u-utlly given in that way; a jVegistcr of the Civil Olticeis ol the Sute, iucladitig the members ol the Setiste und House of ltepiesenttiives, the piincipal Of beers of each County and City, separately arranged, a concise iccu'd of tho principal Legislative Actsol the last session, the organiitlion ol the Slate Judiciary; a list ol names of Justices ol iho Peace throughout tho State; t Post tVllice Directory, or lull li-t of the "est Uilices withiu the S.atc; a ( lunch ireelory, or list of the Churches, with their locations, Pa.-toi.-, Ac., UiliUt r. Organizations, Ii eorpoiuti'd A'aiik; Iu.-urtnee Corn, panics, Itailiotd Olliceis, tias Light Companies, News papers and Periodicals, Custom I'ouset and OlScers, Conscls anil Consular Agents, College,-, Scminsiles, Ac; xViiectories for the i. o. odd ve.lows, ts well at the Ma sonic, a. id ull other benevolent and beneficial Socie ties and Institution.-; and li",'e sim unt of other sta tisticul iiilurination ol Public importance; to which will be added a 7usi'icss Mirror, in which every Trade, oc cupation and profession will be fopirttely arranged, and as fully n- resumed as any individual engaged iu them can constantly des'ne, as it will include all who aid, in any way, to sustain the woik others cannot ria-uutbly expect to leap the full advantages which muy be deiived ItetB tOCR. a publication. A woik ot this kind, if properly sustained and faith, ully executed, t-ide hum its great practical utility as far a Hook of Bl Vrence bl respect to (acts as t! cy ex ist at the time of puhlicaliou ot each i.-suc, must itt crease in value Ml yea i to J ear, us from being pub lished annually, it will evidently becouie a rccoid of the inot important events in the order in which thev oeccur, und will consequently lorm, Politically, ,udi cialiv, Socially and Comim ici.illy, tho must peilcct history ol the r-!atc which tould pofl.-ioly be luiiiiehcdj The Sub ciiber is the proprietor of tho Cincinuatti Director-, which woik, asau .lnnuul, was first estab lished by UbV It l us been si.ci etlully continued for New years, eosMtaAtli increasing la Ha frirraltt'eei and utility u i. Brsajj SttabBehed, well known uml exten sively used, not only at home, but in tho principal ci ties and towns ll.roughout the State, as well us iu all the principal cities in thu U, km lu addiii.m to this, he hits, during thu last vear, published Diiectoiies ol the Cities of Dayton, Columbus, Stcubenviile aud Z.anes villu in this State, ol Winding, in Viiginia, and of Co ingion and Scwpoit, in Kentucky. He keeps con ttaully employed u tiumherof RMM thoiougl ly aeipiaiiit cd with the biisiue.-s of collecting mateiials fcr sucli works, and will spare no pains b enllcctin.i; and compil ing the materials in such a manner as to meet the wants ol cominuiity. Tbe attentfoo of oKhteni throagtattt t be State, pir ticululyol Professional a-d Jiusinusa men, is respect' lully invited to this Circular, and with their co-opera tion the Publisher hopes to make it meet tltclr wishes, and to receive, in re' inn, (jit eonipeiisaiic.il for the erf great outlay, in labor and money, which such a work niiisjt necessarily require. The til st number ol theaeiies. (for I8tft) will be is sued as oon as. the ueeessai-)- hxfdftaatioa can he collec ted, probably about the 1st of duly. Tho s'ylo of the work will be tiatliaf to the Otaehtaatl Dircetoiy it will he Intnd.-oinel J prinied, well boil .d in cloth, und fur nished to pubsei fberi si two dol'.ati and Bfty cents. Subscriptions to thu work, and Lefuf StalilSt iu regard to Societies, lii-tiiuii. ni-Ac, ure respectliill) solicited MSI those inline I i.itily inteiestcd iu tin in. and all ciaiiiniiiii. ation-i in respect to tho work, whether OOaV itlalug inch inf.. rn, au. Mi ot staking enqnUie, will re eetve iauMwaU attention; Adores. ft & W1LLIA.1'.-', Dinctory (Mice, l9i Walnut Street, P. OotasauRleailia'ii sow tan lug oroera or snbscrip lions for the work will be expected to lie accoiupau.cd sita the asaownl flractkHial parta of t dollar uny be sent In Postage Stuie,)-ent1 tho work will bo be warded by mail, fret ol Postage. AJIOjBIUI' IMPHOV ED HORSE RAKE. Tait'iilnl June S, I8.W. fltlllS Ruke is iatendtd for raking huy and gleaning 1 wheat holds, twill work well on lough stony BORBdl the teeth being the OOOlttoa metallic sluing steel. Its operation is the most simple and cn-y of tny Hoisc Aaka in use. The operator rldei and operate (ha Hake with hi feet, the teeth being ttttchtd to the Sal tree, which is the head ol the flake, with hinges on the front side attached to the shaft) the head vibrates on the axes ns is required by tl.e Operator to leave the load when necessary. Tin- Rake is well adapted lo all i lii sf ea of men. This is the cheapest, simplest and best Hotee Rake now iu usej at all Fairs vvliete exhibited it keetakea the prettlQas, We have pui chased the right for Carroll county, from the Patentee, and offer said Rake to thu tanners ol Lit tle Carroll' at reeiinnabie terms. A model of tlio Bake can be seen at flio 'Aintrican lloiisp, Carrollion, Ohio. W00DB0RMS A B0U0IBIT8H. July 12, Vvbb, tf. To School Teachers. THE B0AXD OF SCHOOL EXA.lflN AT.S FOR 0 noli OeROtfi will hold i-iix RRRTiaaa tor tlio ex amination ot Bcfaobl teashen during the year 18ft7, on th Inlawing day s, namely: tin the third Wednes day in February, April, ,uno, AogOtt, October, and Deceit her, lae mcetinga will t held in one ol the public school hounes in Carrolltuii, commencing at 10 o'clock, forenoon. The standing rules of tho Boatd irgulalit g cxatni naiions are the following: I, F.ach applieiint not persoi ally known to the Hoard, must produce a certificate of good moral character, ol lute date, and tinned by 0U or more re sponsible persons. 2. Each applicant must come furnished with pen, ink and paper; and al.-o with MiGull'ey's Fifth Reader. 3. To each applicant will bo submitted a list ot questions on Aiithmctic, English Giainiuar, and Ueog raphy, to be answered in w.iting. 4. No applicant will he regarded as qualified to teach, nor entitled to a certificate, who does not cor rcctly answer ouo half of the questions submitted in each branch. 6. Cettllrjetei will not be ifs-uid cn the doy of ex amination, but they sill be reniiited hf mail or other-wi-e as soon ts piacticable. And when an applicant is deemed uuqualilied, a nolo stating that fact will be sent him. a. Applicants coming in after the class formed and the examination has commenced, will beexpected to wait until the next regular day of examin i ion. 7. No certificate will be granted to nny person who is known to the Board to be habituated to he use ol profane language, to be intcinpeiate ordi! oncst. 8. Atch applicant must lumish hi i .-ell with a stamped envelope, ond him Pelf iit'oife with his own name and addtess, and in such envelope his cer tiOcate or nolo will be forwarded. By order of the Board, Jatiuiy 1 ,1867.-1?. WM. McCOY, Sec'y. NOTICE TO Mill ll 13 Itl'ILUKKS. frthe undersigned will sell lo tho lowest responsible 1 bidder on Saturday the lHlh of April 18 57 heteen the hours of 12 and 2 o'clock P. M. in the town ol Jalvern, the building of a new hrii'g- across t-'andy creek in said town. A draf' and speritioutiotis may be seen by calling at the ol'.lcc of G. & T. Hardest-, Malvern, Ohio. THOMA S WIE;, ) Commisfionors of JACOH sr.MYF.K, ) Cairoll County. March 2(i'li 18.S". it. COMMFEOIAI COLLIDE fJOLUMBUU, Olllo, The Most Thorough and Practical Intii tution iu the West. 7AUU8 : For Fall Courr, including all deptrtaienU of Book Keeping, Lcctuiet A IVutuauthip, invariably ia advance. 4o ror lull tours in Ladies epaitu!etit. fl'IlL Pi.piiel ,rs lake great plcttur la cxprrirg A their thanks or the gittifying tnd ui prtcrdruttu success ahiih have mtikcd tht ctrrtr ol theirlLttilu tie awe Its Cfttblishniiut tt th Ctalttl, sad ttimu Isles ibrm lo itoewed ihiIm i t to a set, in tbe moat efficient imu i , r, ti e nq idly iiicieisivg din.ti.d lor t prtctictl ti.d t.upil.u.slve ctuoe ol attictntilt training, jf l.e giett prtctietl experience of th Pria ciptl, in heavy Banking tnd Cou.uercitl House, -sitted I v idciatcdiiid tccomplisbed grntlra.rn hat enabled him to bring to t degiee of peilecticn a tyt tem of count irg loom instruction, by oiaJ titrcht not attained by tny other institution. Itch ttudeiit by this new process, it drilled tt tht desk, Individual ly, step by step, m til he hat mistered the whole reuutine of an Aceountnt't duties tt thoroughly as though he had itrved an apprenticeship iu torn Urge Commercial House: tndtbut til takwtrdnes, falter ing and cngicgiou blunders are, in s grest measjns dissipated. In addition to our engagement of accomplished As i-iotei.ts, we have also eecuredhe service of some a the n.ost cmiuctt lectures u Ohio to lecture on coas ruercial topics. Ourcouiscof irstruction is too extended to ptrtic ularize hcie, but it cinbrr.ee every thing connectesl with dotibhj eatrr book kerpiig.with fie and full RRt ii: on of its i-'cicntific prii;ciplet--Lertures spun v.buimercitl History, tnd History of Eminent Com mcicial Men, CouiBiciciai Geogitphy, CcRiRieicia l'roduets, Commercial Ctlculttions, l'olitictl Fconomy Mercantile, Law, Ethics of Trtde, Partnership, tc. THE 7.AD1A1-;' DA7MRTMENT Is now open for the reception of Ladies. No institu. tion in the Prion imptrts a more thorough or iateiett i, i, course in this Prptitment. in conclusion, we wou'd tdd, tint we flail put(forth our boat ellorts to merit in t still more eminent degree, the llattciing reception with which our enterpritt has met, aud phMge ouisclvet to imprt t n.oie thorough, practical eearte of Mercantile Instruction thin ctn be form, it ut nny other similar Meictntile College. .1 , 1. 1 tho mtny recommcdalions, we give th pil lowing : " c, the undersigned, take pletsure in testifying thtt wc arc personally acquainted with Mr. Gringert ability ns an Accounts-it, tud teacher ol Book keep ing, which is of the highest order. He his hid great experience as at Accountniil; in heavy Commcrcitl and Hanking Houses, which gives him superior ftcultiet ia baa urtfag I Braetleal knowledge of iiook keeping, vud a thorough Coii.mcicial yulucttion. I. J. ALLEN, L. L. D.t President ot Farmers' College. L0BIN ANDRE II S, President ol Kenyon College, Teyoeag men who wish to tcquire a "business Ed ucation," we think it afouils Rtcliitiri rcldtm equaled. Mr. Oraager haa the laic qunlilication of theoritiral kaowledgt tad aptaeea in teachiig, sdrlid to purtiral f'ouniing Bweat tiperleaee, M d vcfnl coi.tidenl that ,;i ml mi! its hum his College will be lully competent lo k0 the ii n-t eoasplleatl i set of Hocks. A P.8T0NE. Wholtal iii.Meiail Merchant. J, J. V. 11 I..I.INNEY, fec'y li'id ol fomrol, Bute B'k, 0. K I'.lltK, Hi ok Keeper tt H. T. Woodbury's. ITERDIER, Book Keeptrat Clinton Btnk. .111, 1. s, Bec'j Co'iirnhus 6'nsanri Cokt Co. 0. 8, Jl ASOX, Bool Keaavtt at J , II. Riley tnd Co'a, F i full partkulari send far eltep tt GRANG A" tr 1 - (MSTA'ONG. froprietcis Feb. I I, 18.no. 18 m. WAl :sn un an. onw. VE RK5PEC1FULLT ANNOUNCE TO the citiz I of Currod, Staik ami adjoining couu ties, thnt we have now on han t large and well jo lected tl cknf llaidware of all descriptions, tuch ,ti Iroa, Nails, Ghtsa, Sash, Carpenter's Joiners, and Cooper's tools ol all kinds, ufually kept by the trade, We invite lanner i and builders 'o call and exauiiu; our assortment belore purchasing elsewhere, tiadulery, Harness, and Carriage Trimmings, constantly on hand. P. lints, Varnishes, Oils, Ac, of the best quality constantly on hand, a I ol which we will sell st the low e.it cash price. Cad and See. Sept. 18, leol-it MAYA ROfilNSOA. CAIIUOMi FOI'MTY Time Table for the Mail Trains. To inke effect OR und alter Monday tho 22d day ol October 1 1356. I lorn CtvrreUte to Oatrektad, Pittsburgh, Crestline, Cokimba, Meuhcnville or Souih Mail Tiain, will Veuve OtrToRtOB Depot daily at 7 A. M. stopping at til wsy staiions and connection with tho Muil Train, going North on 0. & P. K, K. Passengers going A'oilh, will arrive at Pitt-burgh at OJ P. M- Tiiiin will lesve r.'lcveland at 8 P. il. and passen gi i-. will mi i eat Carrollion 8 BOP. M. Thi arrange me:it will cn r. pataangerato remain in Cleveland 1 tiour o tannic usiness, und will enable ptsrengeis Unit may wi. h to reach tho S. & I. K. K. traveling South to Colombo, or last toSteubenvillo, or Wheel ing Ya., w ithout much time .ost. Tho Fic'iut trains will i un asusual. FAR! RRDUCfED. From Oneida to .Yew Maiket, on S. & I. K. R. 0. neida to CtrrolltOO by S, R. Carrollion lo New Ma let by Stage. 71c let throagl 1,1U to be had of Treasurer Jumes Oameten, and ut tho Western Exchange, Geo. K. McKaaky. There arc regular linos of Stages running to the Fast, from Carmllton, yailem Springs, Amsterdam, Spiingdeld, lliclunond and Stciilnnville. Also a daily lino miming South fioiu Canolllon, Laniertine, rerrys villo to New Maiket on tho S. & I, K. R. by which means the liuvcler will be conveyed without loss of time, Jan. 10 185G. E. McGUIRE, 8up't., 0. C. R. R. WlLtOGGllftj Patent Telegraphic Water Carrier. HAYING purchased the right totho saidapptialus.ia the townships of Union, Rose, Brown, Augusts, Washington and Fast in Carrollcountv.Ohio. We would inform the citizensof tliatpurtof the county, that we arc. prepared to set up said appaiatua on short notice and leasonuble terms. Said apparatus being for the purpose ot raising and conveying water from the spring to the. house, which is admitted to be one of the best appara tus lor labor saving in the female department, now la use. Wariauted to give satisfaction. A'. B. Any communications for us can he left at the 'American House' Carrollton, Ohio, WOOWUORNE ii ROTJDEBDSH. July 1 1 4 t X ' Ho I rariners and Gardeners ! ! PT&'SUMING that you have subscribed for your coun ty paper, as ever- good citizen should, now THE SPRISO IS AT HASD, And tho firm work coming on, you will ueed the farm er's own paper, THE OHIO CULTIVATOR, And you cannot afford to do without it. 24 page, tw ice every RIOWR, and ulwtys up to the timet. , Only One llitiiar a. Vo ir. Tin ee copies tor $'2. Semi for it right off. S. D. HARRIS, Editor, Columbus, 0. March 19 18S1?. . EPTATA'.VOTICE. Notice it hereby given thtt I have been appointed and qualified ts ex ecutor of the last will of Van Brown decetsed. All perten bar i ing claims must present them within one yetr, tud a ii alio know themselves indebted by book account or by notes without surety, must do so in m idiately. Maicli H 18o7 JAMA'S B7JOWN Executor. 1 i'STAT: NOTICE. Notice is hereby given tint the A undersigned has been appointed and quali6ed is RttahjtratRt of tho Es:ate of Catharine Higgle deceas C, A . !rl.f lLll,t.ai. Feb. 59 1857.