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J if . .1 J, 1 n.t,r. I a .V -- -'"lfian th ! II' Km as) Em i 1 1 1 faw immm tt 'Taw A li ia -m w- u. A-"'' EdtUrt and rrtf rtotari, At Utm D tftr and f1 Omm pa anna, mi m storages, or Tm Dollar if not Mud vrhblh the fear. ftit.. t f J. Prlailagj. WC II A V K iararw wmiW af job tya, I tnd caa do sarrt werk too any M aajshaathl viciuiiy. tveoi.lv aak i trial , ewtnt i td o'war van mi CasjS, Cuculam, BlAKft, H AUDMLLM, Tioxsta. Pmoobamkm. Will b ircomrondated n mm bU um moderate term. PAMPMUtTA. Bill-Ha oa, Cataloouba, fllisccllancons, KS0Y NOTHINGISM IN THK EM BRACE OF DEMOCRACY.-THB GERMAN AND 1RI8H NEGLEC TED. Democracy 1m Mumejd I Mw phrsse tt is now in league with the ultra Know Nothing, Uie "dear foreigner" bare received eiUb io the dirk. Will the Ger mans and lrieh otere continue lo suopott h bvxf. lio.kt no, sfter It M known tht it is composed partly of Kmow Noth init We think not. For the purpoe of enlightening those in our county, Ao ,rkk in Irnow the trwth. we ealmitt the folowino; I MTU for their cuDiMeratioa. IT CAFfltOT BE DENIED Tliet in Cnvnrvowa ounty the union be tween the Fillmore faction end the Payne Democrv) iecompkte. Tbe coalition w refected 'OPENLA end WITHOUT DISGUISE. Four or five prominent oklline Nat've American ere now placed on the Democratic County ticket, end 1 thoagh the fct has been charged upon the party time and again, it has never been denied, And IT 13 TRUE That FOUR HUNDRED German citi sena m the Mine cotmiv, over their own .Bnatureehave RENOUNCEED the Lo ci'f.ic." party on account of this affiliation with tbwir eMmniea! IT H MO A FACT Thit Joe IsVin-rtr and .thr Know Nothrnjj a mm ira a, now .tumping the State for Puyiie "mf fciwofoco-'m. And "' TO CLIaTCn i HE CHARGE 0r th s uf'M ii. Itifl FiMmore council iu va ri 't'Cooitnn liave refused lo nominate ticket oftUeb own, snd liAva. avuvved their d i rminfitfpi to support that of the L'"o fa-i! The hii e rmincil have mim ni.n In ibe withdr 'Will ofti.flr Slate lick- et, a lit II. "r ndn.-no can le thrown for Pat ii" wild I ii k.-l! I HKfE ARK FAd'S Wtsiehi i nleitir denial what 04) wlop'ed cullvtis I hi ,k 'if thf pirlV which claim lo hv tl(m 'rtr f'iw:1 Will limt ftitftlniW 1 1 I hi-. ' awi g catl'e." ho they Have t ill I'V h ''" "iio its them, to ad vne- pwrw m'-reat; Mm then ivmai'iii to UH,tiid ovg (iiut.kild out to tlie'r en mi x iiho i' ea "iik-Ii ie -by your leave!'' v mi Jl act rti'UWBR'lN F t:i S HOW THE MONEY WEN ! In our Ust isiiu.', we gave an article from t' e Staie Journal, hea leil "Facts for the Pnonle." L-i some of our renders may have overlooked it, we append a bn f re- C pitnlat on of the fai-t Irom the Republican. 'Figmes won't lie,' i Salem Eepublican. 'F.guies won t lie, and hg- Uies cliai je homo o the locofoco party tint during Me lill's administration tl.e State was swindled out of 9279,382 77, besides running the State further in debt, u eka ly.an I which they left for tie Repub licans to pay, to the nice little sum o!oi4, 362 C6, not including the half a million of dollars John G. Brcslin stole from the Treasury: IT IS A FACT That the Democrats, during the last few years they were in power, in the manage ment of tlie Ohio Penitentiary, alone, swin dled the People of the State out of $12,251 38. IT IS A FACT That in the building of the new State House, bv useless expenditures, fraud and overcharges the Democrats squandered of the People's money $149,129 44. IT IS A FACT That in the bulling of the Newburgh Luna tic .4sylum. by fraud, useless expenses anil overcharges, the Democrats appropriated to themselves of the public money for which they rendered no equivalent and no account the sum of 57,142 90. IT IS A FICT Thst in the construct ion of the Davton Lu natic iisyliun, the Democrats, by the sain, reckless frauds overcharges and useless ex pen.litures unlawfully drew from the Suu Treasury the sum of 60,760 05. Making a grand total of money squan dered belonging to the People of the Slate of Ohio, by these corrupt Democratic offi sh, of A. S273.3a3 77. ' ww . . i ,i i ,i. Dninr.ernts. rTnrlncrtha Medill administration swindle the State out of the above sums ot money, but IT IS .4 1TAUT 5That without anv authority of law they r - . ..... . i i the Stale into debt, leaving the Kepub- it iTfwa"' to foot the bill, to the ainouut of 5l4,362 66. . IT IS A FACT TliAt tiot satisfied with all the above ras- their Treasurer, John (. Breslin, ted from the SuUitiefWiiry the sum $574,1 12 96. IT 'S A FACT l; That in &...de.,.nationofth,st1.eif,.he .iiA..i frienrlaaml oo-workers of. ..in Aai. Breslin cxpressi-d desire that lie might XK-tewarded f't t'ts tnmtila hy a unifiirm njaw in tliUiiM reuneuuary, io wnicn a all good citizens, R-'p'thlk'-ans and pnjT smcerKr hoe Iio mav speenify , :r,J.i i.ii;.,Ji iSMIsrive, iMiilremain.il i esuouiu nve so long, CTllfETY-N INE YEARS AND TWELVE MON I'HA !' . , ... ) - M-Gencnl Geigee couldn't vote thei.wf 8lled b7 'he J 1 IVRepTuiicaB Uc U h year ago, beaause it w all important to the future Lncolocn. Since then ius tlllliei ll'CO oco uunc a IK I " " , , . , . ,r i L- ci nnot vote lor it bees use it ain't Locofo BP? Co. TV (icm-ral is hard to please. m VOL 35. DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES. -SLAVERY IS THE NATURAL AND NORMAL CONDITION OF THE LABORING MAN, WHKTHIR WHITE OR BLACK. " Ukmrlntto Standard. 'That distinction is plain and palpable. and it has been the ru.e of civilitaUoil and Christianity the world O'er, that wlierever any one man, or set of man were incapable of takina car of themselves, tbev should consent to be governed by those who ware capable of managing their affaire for them." Spttch of Sttphen A. Douglas, at Sprin'ifU d I Ii. -A NEGRO HAS NO RIOHTS WHICH A WHITE M AN IS BOQFD 10 RESPEC i ."Dred Scott Dnio u0w opponents are to understand that the Dred Scott deeiatou ia to be an isua in the soming canvas, and weare prepared to meet it on iu merits. So far it i good law. The Dred Scott decision is a sound and stable (Vroi sion." H. B. Puy- Such are the principles now advocatey by the leader of toe Back African pario in this county. A few yean ago this same party proetitd lo be very much op posed to the extension of Slavery ; but now they come out and boldly avow such sen timents as the above. The leaden say they wish it understood that they endorse the Dred Scott decision, and, with Payne, they declare "it is good law "a sound and stable decision. What say the "rank , What say the "rank , md file" of the Democratic parttl Are1 you willing to M h.w leauers vvno prom...- gate anch detestable striwWttfe TtJUHnm Wm. H. Gibwn ..a. .at. i a . John G. Bili'i, bv tlieir oorrupt embci- tNjaBon us the puoftc naoaeys, merit, and e trust, will receive their reward of in iquity within die walla of the Ohio Peni tent iarv . Democrat Platform . itylT IS OUK OPINION TH.4T JOHN G. HRESLIN ABSTRACTED THE MONEY FROM THE TUBA U HYfOJJiiiil report of Mr Spar row, a Demociat. XW A writer in the Triliunt m that, we had the hafilMMwI to suslnin Pierce' and Douglas. " Well e are proud of the . fnCt. and we always have ties "effrontery" iii saetalM llieir pust act or acts, particular- Iv aince the iO'M'e of Seneca county, by . RIGHTS; A MONO WHICH ARE I 1KB, LIBERTY AND THE PUR SUIT OK H A PIMNES.f Declar- alio" of Independence J Jiesoved. I nat mo law commonly cal led the fu"liv law, being a law that makes exparl evidence oourlusive of the master's rights to rec qitufe and icturn his slave; H e ai)ointmi-nt of petty offi cers to execute it; that gives a double coin- iieoeation to fi d every claim aet np in avor of the master; and pays the expense in nny case, (mm the . unite treasury, can never receive the voluntary co-operation of our people ami ou.'in tneri lore lo oe re pealed. Voted for by U. 1351. Payne in THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. From the tone of the English press, it is evident that no fears are entertained in England of the ultimate success of this project. It will be seen by the statement of our correspondent that the accident is attribu table alone to the imperfection of the ma chine lined in paying out the cable, espe dally to the brakes, which all parties en raged in the work pronounce not only Mirthless but mischievous. At the mo nent when the cable parted, a pressure of 'liree thousaud pound was suddenly put upon it by a person temporarily sui stitu ted for the engineer, who whs compelled io retire from exhaustion; and this, too, while the stern of the vessel was down in he trough of the sea in one of those heavy wells the magnitude of which anyone who ban crossed the Atlantic must be ac juainted with. In addition to the enor mous strain already on the cable, several miles of which must have been at tiia' moment in suspension, with s pressure up on it which it was never calculated to sua tain, the application of tbe brakes was nec essarily ruinous. It was shown by the in dicator, which worked with remarkable accuracy, that three hundred pounds was the ordinary strain on the cable in it- d sent and which was, in all previous trials, increased at farthest, by the application of the brakes, to fifteen hundred or two thousaud pounds. It need not elicit any surprise, then, that the incautious applies lion of a strain of three thousaud pound should cause the cable to snap. It ;s satisfactory to know that the ex periment has proved, bevond controversy, the fact that jt is quite possible to lafhe cable between the two codtiiieuta, and that, w'''' H few improvements in the machinery nsedtopaynut the line, the mode adopt T 'l ZZZ '""1- " " Niagara's voyage, inwlmeb three hun dred ami tli rt y Rve nautical miles of ca ble were laid down, the electric current was transmitted to the Irish coast, thus establishing the perfection of tbe insula tion and nrovin imr beyond qostion that ! , . , "lh? r l,h". (M of tha w?Ver ,no; of t,,e WM " .j he transmission of messages. If nothing first trial, this chances t IU "H'Hi'ia iiiinooii mil ui iiimiui inuif, exhibits .he crcleiitiala of innjorUiniM-; -7 Ad 7" gk" "bosrd theb.rk. a charge of eUhw xTZl.L MeT'aRE ENDOWED Vs j im "nJ ?ft'r 1 7 WITH UER-UN INALIENABLE lie unk .n a profo,,., 1 slum er rro 11 free : THE UNION OF TEE (ARROLLTOY OHIO. ONE OF THE RESCUED. Joaet H. R an, son of Mr fallow okJ am, Wm. H. Roes, Ian lord of the Mao ion House, agwd about eight son, we oo board the Central A as erica, at the time she went down, and is one of the forty nine passengers who survived that dreadful night, and was picked ip the nxt morn ing by the Norwegian bark Elleo, and taken to Norfolk, tie arrived home Mon day last, via Baltimore iind Pittsburgh, io apparent good health, but on Tuesday was prostrated by a low grade of fever, super induced dout trees by the exposure he hail undergone. He wiled from New York in the Central A her last out ward hnwod voyage, intending to go to California; bat on ai ruins at the Ithmo was dnoooraged from pn needing farther by the unfavorable stnrie told by teturn ing pasKengers of affairs in California, and shipped agaia for New York on board the Mine vessel. He give a thrilling acronnt of the stnisriyle kept no for two davs with the el. menta, and of the final abandon ment of the vesae! to he fate. When the vessel went down be was aUndinar oo the quarterdeck, diverted of everything but Ins shirt ami pn!s, with a life preserver attached to hi person and the leaf of a ta ble under his arm, fully pivoared for lh feaiful plunge. Ha mv ho was submer ged several feet under water by the closing vortex, but on coming to the top, found himself struggling. witl hundred of ofh a o..,;.l ii.. - j u r ' .... . " , . . . J . tU RC MM MaaktwJ tj. . v nini tirt I 1 1 H I (riW'l V MF WAM rHHllir 1 AW fc &"2&i" 1. hours. He recounted lo na in lanpnsge of fearful terror the strnro'e "f deelh thai was gnin? nrr all around him. He savs that for ihefi'si few hours after the sink inr of the vessel, th sir -vea filled with ; the shrieks and wild vociferations f ihe sr ffgling anil exhausted heiiigs amnml him, but hw end bv, as oi:a mler anolher .sunk to their long rest, onlv an I Ch'nsl exclamation could be heard "The bubbling cry ursome strong swimmer in ins agonv. By morning the few survivors had lieen scattered far apart, with scarcalv tre'irt'i enough left to cling to the frail timhera I IIHl, NrllrrHLni l.lllllll irillll lIHHi i, ii that sepersted them from death, w ior a c'niiMe iu innir., i ri'n wmrn, -i- k.v it seemed almost imposible to awaken, so exhausted was he in everv purt. H- savs the Mirvivors receive I pveiv alien tion at the hands of i e Norwegian crew, and when the vessel arrived at NorWk Virginia, a purse, amount ng to IJO was made up by the rescued bwsh i rer and presented to the crew. Mahoning Regititr. AMTThe Slave Democracy of Ohio would seem to be laboring under a con cern of mind with regard to amalgamation, which we trust will not be without, some nmMipal roanlta IforA ,a an AW r-ji t frntn ,ie fKm tets 0f their StaU Commit tee : "The Committee believe that upon the success of the Demoscatic party the prea ervatinn of our race pure and inlact in Ohio mainly depends. They proclaim, once and for all. their unalterable convic tion in the gradation of races. The white races of people in the United States, like the ancient Romans and tbe English, the offspring of the most intellectual, energetic, persevering and warlike varieties of tlieCau casian people, is believed to be the high est type of man yet developed on the globe. The crafty and savage tribes of this conti nent wither at its near approach, by rea son of some mysterious agency never ex plained, but never bv any barbarians long withstood. It supplanted the French in all their vast possessions below the Great Lakes. It ejected the former occupants of the northern and western shores of the Gulf of Mexico. It appropriated iha coast of ihe Pacific from the thirty -second to the forty-ninth degree of north latitude. It has reduced to its dominion all the inter mediate territory between the first earlv settlements at plvmonth, and on the banks of James River, and the distant regons where the water of the Oregon mingle with the sea ; and beating back, all over tbe continent the mongrel descendants of the degenerate Spaniard , the Indian and the Negro, it marches on the broad path of empire, reaching from shore to shore cf both oroans, with thundering tread. To keep this great superior race unmixed with the African in Ohio is an imperative dot you owe to mankind at large, as well as to yourselves and your immediate descend- an's." Men are not apt lo admonish and warn each other against any but besetting sins, If the Democrats of Ohio are in earnest in their avowed anxiety to "keep this great superior isco unmiied "with the African," we heartily wish them success in the ef fort. Let us hope that tbe self denial in volved will bo cheerfully borne in view of tbe maunilude and importance of the end contemplated. iV. Y. Tribunt. We know a beautiful little blue-eyed girl, of some three years old, who was nestled in her mother's arras, at twilight, looking out at tbe stars. Mother," tatd she, "It w getting dark I" "And what makes it darx, Cslholine!" !ajd her mother, "Beaue Hod snuU bia eyes I" repitea tbe little poet. Ml t B ' "' Jt trwClnn. tone ii ovi-nllent tanestrv. , , . ,. . -x . ' L K,VM wri-1 "frfrtlon n STATES AND THE C0HST1TUTIQH OP TIE ONION" Slbwttsnnents LOOK HERE! THK VnDtKMQKXD ff if,i for mm io uk as a4rie so ofun glrwi by editor o( vviwjm, tw: ihii nf iilmlh in their tmenw In the paper; he rkerefcraj lorihelmiiaM thrmak tM mtH, aoiilf at t.. the nnhiie that iMrtMMMd. o4l s "Si" racJvtoa, good tod e0 srlectU rutck oi ' out &mui which he atll tell ni w tisjii rWFiTl rioriT apon TBE READT-PA 7 SYSTEM He is thai kful to tbe pihKc tor past farnrs eonerred anon him, And respectful) nlu-it continuance of rhetr hbaral patromge, the aaaa tint flattering; hlm-ell that b en aire ganeral iisfction lo all who out ftror hi with call. Co rkht tion- verrbodr. and buy cheap good. SILAS POTTS MecfisTiicstown, Mar 28, '57. tf SELF-SEALING FRUIT CANS. ALA.RGR St'Pt't.T Of TUB RICH I QraU TY Of Self Sealina fruit i?.n kept eon suutlvnn hsud tt th- Tin Shop tj THOMAia fj. I I HIVOV, ti rollKiii. Whin. 71ie cans art eiprelv dejuxned u meet the wtnt of thine who, resi.llnr In the roimtrv at a distance fromihe tin hop, Had It imnnc tienble for then la snider thebi eoas la tbe old wj. They re n eontiructed aato be aaailv cl-wed or nnclo-ed h so; person without the use nf solder or -nMerine irons. AH or'tert fur can. prnnipily fiDed. Aug.wt 1 3tb, '67.- 4i . TH08 U . . ATKIN'SO!!. NO ITOK TO BRIDGE BUILDERS. 11 il K Uommw-ioners of Carroll oaenty will ht to the I ie-t r. -p insible bidder, on Sttmw,4ji4 iiULdau of Qctobtr, 1817, between the hour ot ! sod IS o'clock A. ilia beildliuc atiidi!e acros Bandy, en the Una of Mahl ui Mtitta Aifatt townthip. I'Ua antdd knnn nn dtv nf al. JACOB STRAY Ell, f oraml,monr roMimiwoners' office, Crro!l Co. Sept 17. '87 JNO. O. SXTBR, a. l. BTtmim B i XTH'R & STERLING, DRUGGISTS, in i rihi tai ruw HUUbtt, CARROLLTOV. OHIO. nAVF. on hsnd a ftood supply of Ptaff, tfelicine, Plnt, Oils TaraUhss, D e- tufl Witiitnw flla-s, Perfntnery. WH f'tper, Bonder. B' ii-hes.Burninif Fluid, Fluid Ltmp. Tiirpenfn-. Ali-ohol eic, etc., and oetrl) r- yihtupr nsualh vmnd in Drug .StOr. Bax'er t Pte li' e 11 A e 's fTi- rr P etirtl and PilU Rip.hv.'s B-iiltnri Bittern Hn flu d'j Rei nun Bitters TnW HenrtV SrMnrflla Bh'id' s' Ferer snd Afie Cnnj Plethmp' Atoie ''me (no ru'e no par) Y.-nhni' trelins OB cLn .' Verm'f ige snd Mrer Pflli Fhnernek' Vermlfujfe Sellers' Vnvfuee Ooush Syrup and Pills BrrelP I dln Vermlf'ne Bsr'-ell'i) Indian Mniment Bnnsh's Worn Candy Robtck's Scandinavian Remedies Musttns Lin.ment R. R Xetief Jtyne's Medicines Louden's Medicines Guy-oti's YeUny Dock snd Aaritparill llsmhtll'ii Cierine Onhnlitn Sloan's Medicines Ptvn' Ptin Killer Dr Hance's Epileptic Pill Petroleum- -Sand's Sanapari'la Fitch's Medicine Cotttr't Att, A'oach. and Bed Bag Extermi nator Traak's Maenetic Ointment PetitV J!yeSlre(nocureno par) John 0. Bker Oed Liver Oil G'sfTenberg Fmily Medicines Hollowtv's ointment and Pill Otburn'a Onlden Ointment RrisTK'a Cosmetic Balm ot t thousand Flowers Javne tnd Btichelnr'a Hair Dye Wiatar'i tuam of mid Cherry tnd mtnv other Patent Medicine Remember the place, in the "Pa'ton House, rVarroiltnn. Ohio BAXTER STiTRLIA'G. September lOih, 157 -tf. UlU.Olil.MUi'S Patenf Tflcsrapliic WnterCirrier. HAVING purchased th riaid tothe tpptit tus iu the township of Onion, Rose, Brown, AugumtWtshington and EtstinCar roll count, Ohio We would inform the cm sensof that part of the county, that we tr prepared to set up said tpptiatus on short notice and reasonable terme. Said apparatus being for the purpose nf raising and eonvey ing water from ihe spring to the nouse.wntcn is admitted to be one of the bast spptratus for tabor saving la the female department, now inuse. Warranted to give ttifction. Jv. B. An oonimuotealioni for us can be left t the 'American House' Orroltton, 0, W0()0B0R!E & KGIUUEtfUSH. July li. 18 . t.f. BOE .HAVE'S Holland Bitters, Locock's Pulmonic Wafers, fiobtok'a Scaodiutvitn lieinedie. Hoi fland's Germin Bitter, darks Stomach Bitters, Oyer's Cherry Pectoral, and McLean's, Uuysott'a. seller , Jayoes, I Itcne , loans and nearly every ralutble Patent Medi cine in use at tbe New Drug Store of li A A'l KAt At UU. S A. Flits' 1KPR0VED HORSE RAKE. Patf Bted Jam 8, 1862. TH 18 Rake is inlendeu for raking hay and cleaning hest fields. Tt will work well on rough, stony ground; th teeth being the common metallic tpmig wei. it operation Is the most simple and easy of any Hor tke in use. Tbe optrstor rides and operttesthi Rake with hi feet, the teeth being attaehed to the axietree, anicnistne nea oi toe mir with hinge on th front tide ttuched tothe shaft; the head vibrate on the axes as is re lulred by the operator to leave tbe wa wnen necessary. Toe suae is wen tatptea io i cl(se of man. Thi is the cheapest, simplest tnd best Horse Bke now In nse; t an raw where exhibited it has taken tbe premium. We have purchased the right larOarroll oo irom the Patentee, tnd offer std Rake ta tb farmer ol 'Little Carroll' at reasonable terms. A model of tha Bake eta b Stan at (B American House, CrrotKon, Ohio. W00DB0RSE t KOL'DEBTJSH. OCTOBER 1, I87. Xcuj Hotk wVDu s. From Albert 0 Richardn Adranietac tod neimpwiiBui uMcm, tut Uroad.ay, w York. CROCKERY WAREHOUSE. WHITE, W . Hatdock k Co., OTTO GRfcAT T INftCCEM EST8 TO BUTKR3 or r - 71 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK. August 20th, 18J7. law. CRIST ADj3'3 HAI DYE Withm a nui tlieil ail the met it. lie. Of CrMUdorv't iwrer rualled Die; fed ii auk black, Ui browu tranitforau rcy, And keap the fibre Wty I man decat. .ii" ma tenia rattaaaaaaj Hair Dr ri h "Id it portion a tbe in on hariiilew and rffl caciuos Hair iye in th world Prepared nd m.IJ whlaal kod retail and applied in tan priM rooflia tt Cri ailocw'. No 6 Aum Houao. BroaaWay, New-Y oik. and br all pat luiuara aodVraggwt' wr the t'nifc-d fsowe. Agent Ciiiauiiati, Ohio, J. D. Pats, and Solo PiLMi Jan 14, lS57,-ly. B THE AT ATI- Of OHi(SARaOLL CO.. SS. Tboma Kmay, 1 In the Court of v Cminon Pleat. Abraham Wes'fall. et tit ) Civil Acinn. Ahain WVrslfall. one of the defendant in thin teiimi and who non reewlent rd the Bute of Oh in, i heri-hr nmified, lit Thuni. Kinney, plihnio ht -l.-l m- p liiion iaail Court, neiiiiii! Inrth aujm g utuer hi.'j: thai said Abraham 11 - f 1 snd td-Iia efsn, his WiUs, did on Ye SO'h diy ( tfarrn. Ibl to secure tn the h d Thmna Kwi.ay, ihe pav maat of two huimred itoilar, wiUi lb iuicrw' tkjaiahoald be doom due Iberton, aiecute and deliver to the eaid T'louut Kinor, t nnr'i.-age deed of kinds indieneu. nt. si'ojiie'n ihe .aid county of Ctrrof!, with th t;.ponennrce, be irg in the dinneiot ihi! a'jet o -ale l SleubeDville, nd in rane 5 towu-hip 15. Be inn a pan f 'he South wc-t quaner ol rarii n 15. Z)eeciibed f follow"; I'nmnieiiei.ig Tirv (fXIJfcel fniiu the section lii .tthe th west corner of George Orwf rd'a lot; the. o Ww. parallel ask die Sutr nwd. ixty 60 fkaat thence t-nilh, iaie hn-idied and x leei, thonce Eist, aixtl i60i fe' . theno .Vrth one hundied and fix J feet to ihe place nf begin nine. The W Ahiaham Wp.tf..l, i further noli fied that thi (he aid 77mma- A'inaey, tlb I gee in -aid petition, that the said -utn of two hundieo doWai', with the in'ereat di thereon remain' wholl unpaid. And that the time for -uch payment now elapaed, and that if said Abiaham Westfall, fail to demur, or answer raid petition, nn or before the In day of tin- Octo ber term 1 667, of said Court, thetllestiio'is set f. rth in -aid petition, wil be taken as confessed. and judgment igainn him, nd an order nl sale of ihe mortgagi-d premises, will be di recied ucordiogly. THOMAS Kl.SSEY. Wm H. Chsmper, Attorney. uK23d, 1857 HARLEM SPBINCS. AC &6M Y. THE i VUERSIGS'ED WILL OPK.V A V A t'AI'E'iY lor males and females, tt Harlem Springs, Ctrroll conniv, Otno First term 0 1 2t weeks will commence on the SrU i uasdtt of October 1857, and eud on the 2nd Wednes day of March lt56 BRANCHES TAUGHT. The lolloaing branches will be taught: Ar ithmetic, Eugli-h Otinttnir, Geo-imphy, Ntu ral, and Intellectual Philosophy, Chemistry, Physiologv, A Igebr. Oeometry, Trigonomiry, Surveying. Latin andGrerk Grammar,! Rnllioii', Litin and Greek Reader, (do.,) Casar, (Ticero's Oration tnd Virgil Particular attention given to initruction In Reading. TERMS OF TUITION Common Bi inchet, 8 1, Higher " 1. 0. Zessons given in Vocsl Mui-ic. sn I nn ihe ino F-irte, for which will be chrged an d- ditional fee. No deduction lor absence, exeept In case o sickness. a CrOMMODATIOJk'S. Commodious rcciiatinn rooms, well furnished, will be .Torded; lso spcion- Rail lor a Literary society, which will be organized at the ope i in g of Ihe session. BOARDING A ND ROOMS Boarding and comf- riable room for 30 or more Sfudent. can be had at ' The Pprit.i l" i jfl,50 per week. lsn, in the village. mlledis ,ant, or in the vicinity, at equally low rate. LOCATION OF TH SP IHfiS. Harlem Spring, which of late have ennsid erabl celebrin as a watering place, situate on tha road leading from o'leubenvitl to Carroll taw, x mile from the Inter, have natural ad vantage not elsewhere found in th arnmnd ing countrv Tha picturesque ceuei t, sahihri as tmospher, and the invigorating F0UN TAlS lor vi Inch THE "SPRINGS" are o highly noted, are calcu led to Ntitfrl the Student with Hie and vig .r, essential to his advancement hi literars ;.nrsuits; added lo these tbe retirsment aflbided; awa horn whatever might exjite, the stuiieut ma; pursue his sunlit uninterrupttd . :o: y Those rooms at "Tl wishing to have the choice of brings" would dowelltoen- ma At an narlv dale 8 Text bonks will be furni-hed tt prices com paring favorably with an; book store in the law try. MT It is Important that those wishing ta at tend tbe essiou be in tiiidue at dia j,'"- Hailem Springs.-;.!; . 7 f w- im&m house, UARROLLTON, OHIO. OK the 1st of October next, the undersigned will hsr e the bove Hon ready for tb en. ertahttnent af th travellhv public. The tame undrgoin t thorough reuoovatiou from eel ar to garret, and will be in excellent condition r the reception of gueMs, whre their every n- tbsll be fully dmmrterd to. The st ilcaihill .lwayaa wtU supplied whh hty and provender far horva. Give ass a call ,Bd your bill (hill be rataonabl. VM aiaiaww sBBjripaBw sBraBva W T07H0.-E M R WA V T FARMS. A F AUM VYirtJIN THE UK At il OK EVERY MANM! Tit A- AIOGsFAT FARM COMPANY bat aaada ai raagrataatj by which ad wbo dawre la aattkt ar parrbaa a btiata on das) The Fans toaakstaf tb aaaa Ikw aaal of tba Mt taaariur tstaUy for fvawtf, ka rapidiy hapufuag pktea, into which ta ettaa " eaaigratiaa uaw pounaat Tba Svaaartv b lastl i fk Alk Osaaty. Paaeanlvaaat, it the idea at a thriving paaahvWm of torn IS.iiOU. Tba cliaai at paatartl) baaMtry, tnd Mm tar. rioi piagaa af tba watt kter it aakaowa. Il also baa an abuntanr. of tbe beat u!iij at Coal and Into Tba arkta I bay it eal h rrota gs u gsU par acta, otyabl by m-.at, aau, to be located at tba dm at parent, sag, err.ref 1 acre ai.uUkaf to lorav lb saaae lot UuO, aavabl bC Mat taoate, t - .vah eAdpar month. DiteatnM far vary ai .,i gltOaad aaeVr, paid H- advance, t disen ,t l 5 par etaLwai b l wed, and t" or- l(kt diaoaoatof 10 per c -i,t. In a aai i--nag tba advtaatga of Jfk v tbf kc.1 Ihe fc'kiwmg are nr. -entatfc rust '.- il it a rich ljii.es-',. capable' rattiog tba license! eropa, owing abieb ibis aetdseiueiii baa attained il- pr a i.t .real pro otiuy. aVstaad It la the centre ol the .ru t Norm "w CVsal ttaain, and It dean. ml soon to be on. ot Am galeet baso-ar. olaoas ia the . . It will .uppl. tb. great Uk. saark't, Oiaie, taceoidiug to pMiUlMi aud travel tbe gieat- tit in tbe Union ) It has five wortahle vein as tbe te-t Bitaiminous Coal, la -uiiiinghi the Ssregate to over ii fox, which nuke- 22,00o tons i coal under each acre. Tbi will make Use land or mestratable valoa. The emioeiiiSuue geol gut Dr. Cbt T. J art, ui ot Baton, baa made a geologic nr rey ot the land, and analyiedth. c-al, the iron ore and tba Ihtmstan Tni report together with mapa wi I ha furnished utaaajifi. Fourth Tun rsilruada ar laid oat thioagh this property. Tb Sanbury and Erie Railruad . . JL a., mi. n .k. l.b I . - l orn Erie to r'bflatVlnhi. A large pan I ot i hi. m i ia heen h..ibwd, and is nw to atatt od. r. A baavy farce it sow aorking i.uiii Erie wwarde 00' isuti in tbe western di i ecu-it , ibe means for lbs ompletioo has been ntiseii h will oon ne fl iihed. 7e Alleghany Aailruad connects a- with Now York, Jast aud Pi. shorgh. tbe Veuango Road cuaoaat us wi-.i, th W-L There ate al'eadj good Turnpike Road run niiig thiough this property, vri u other roads nave been opened to seeomiaodate the eatigra- tioa tnd eUieajeut which baa already place ineie K.oppwvo,VJci1n.1 t oow tered to the man who want to provide himself a home In an easy way, And make settlement where be Can hve in prosperity am kid pen- deuce, aeHiaate PKftFACTiY HEAiTHY. No caa oi Ibe lever ever having bean known to occut ia ibis leuleinant. I lis not Uk go ing tothe backwoods of the West, among per haps intolerant people, where there is no to eietv, churches or school, wherr-ih price of land it high, and where tbe emigrant, titer be inw iiwn In tha III alllllaa rli ilia U, in th wi.rl.l has to e-dure sickness and oain. .nd oerhaos' ruin hi health snd thst of his family. But 1 here i a tbririagsettlement baring three towns containing churches, schools, ho els, k torts, saw mills, grid mill, aad everything d -aired. There i.. a cav-b ina'ket t baud. The limber trad ljt ;esr Amounted to over two hundred million feel ol lumber, In a tort time, owing to th coal, it will become siill more valuable, as a number of iron works and manufactories wilt soon be started; tbev are tt present starting 1I...1.1 ..vianjiaalr W at n IVatit frt (KaMAsl itiem exiensivelr t Warren. Aven far thaae who dat not wish to go there. Ih. payment are such 1 hat they can eatily buy a farm to sav. 'heir ii-111; tawnier, from wtnt in the future, or to gain s competence by the rise which will take piece in the value of lends. By tn outlay scarcely missed, 1 substantial provision osa be made. Persons should make early application, ap ply or write to S. Jeffrie, Pecretary, Mo. 13s Walnut St., below Fifth, Philadelphia, fet ters carefully answered giving full information. Share or tract af land can be bought o secured by letter enclosing ihe first install menl of five dollar, when ihe subscriber will be furnished with books, maps, Ac. Warrantee Deed given. Persons can also purchase from our Agent. Route Irom Philadelphia to Tyrone on th. Pennsylvania Central Railroad, and thence bi Stage ' to the land. This ia a delig' ife! ei to visit St. Mary's the best hotel ee-mmo dttioni is iffhrded. Enquire for E. C Sehirln. Esq , the Agent for tbe property at St. Marv - Jut.e 18, 1857. 8m. CASH PAID FOR W WHEAT, OATS, RYE avb W -HJ Tfaa AT THK Si FARMER'S STORE." MALVERN. 0 10 THE H1G EST CASM P.. I- KS WILL BE paid lor new hei. Hate, It.ie and Barley, ibe "Farmer1 Store." Fartnere cannot do better than give us call, as we pay prices that will not be surpassed iu thi region We have on band snd will tell fur cash, or exchange for country produce, r'ish Bah, taster, Lini, Sails. Sol Leather, Iron, Oils, Paint, Dyeatuffs, Molasses, Syrup, Sugar, Coffee, Teas, Muslins, at lnwet cash prices. Also sn endless varietv of PAXCfDIlBSw GOODS! d all style, jewelry of all varieties; bonnet of the latest atyles,reccived direct from Sew York t'itv; io taot we have an infinite variety ol ARTICLES NEVER IsEFuUE SEEN IN A DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT. IN ALL THE ABOVE ENUMERA TED ARTICLES WE Defy Competition- A. R. HAINES, Agent May 88, 1857.-tf. 'Farmer's Store." IN ATTACHMENT. Susan Daybnff ,plf., vs. David We, deft. Before Robert f Gibson, Juflice oi the Peace of Lou don Townsliip.Carroll county, Oaio On ti e ffita daw of August, 1861. said Justice Matted aa order of attachment in the abore action, for tbe aum of fifty tiol Isis and avstts. SUtstiN DatYlIUFF. Sar rl 'A? avtr , (Kr Adraa lastilsjSCM aark ,!-L- 111 Prarlatjalla. Pi OTLABATION U awtvwa aaaah.ta, th awtkaVd vatar ot CberaV asatatv. thai a . naval vieetkm will b bald aarauinW b; law, an r" asasTTaasW Tm$du t'.e I V4 nrof 0bW, AD. 1867 Um sjo aataaoi sje an at tb aaaal aataBM afbeMbaarwavIafeM iaoaid aaait;at hich lima tha lolkuatjat ealccti are ta be caaaaa, la ait: Oa Governor. On lADUIT!!"' " Trraauirr ot - fherrury of fttata, " Mcoihar of th. Haw 4 . ...setag ij ftttrk OaaI, " lUpresao'xiiv, " Pronai 7ttdgai .w.tr, " Con.. iret' irar, " - A'.-'or, Pr e A aWaV ii WW Mkpgj J HOI lew ctar. r vovw. "Each Mee -r partly writ taekat, the "Against the Meet, aad m- .:. writtai at a tly prii.f upon bit the BanV i naiteV," or rat to that j iats Ot aasb elor uoo dtftrict It eaantlng out mf Polum, i lh( bel M . .yof ,k , .n , - ro'es, simii dnan tu set . (be vbtea giv d iba vat, giv. a Against the llank Charter, ' aad certifj the number ol votes given for aud igaiv-i tbe char, lev, as they are repaired to certit v to the n n a bar of voici given for endsOaa.- .. , vow. il 1 1 i ! irr a l aanLiar.si ivia. - w. . . "Those voting lor amendatent oambar one, ball put apea aaaArbaMota toes aa ta 'bU'y nual rieaaas Yea." 7 boa voting agsioai it aball put upon Uit.r ballot these word "Annu al Stawton No." Thotr vodug fof Amendment numttr two ahtllpul oponfherr baa''t.l, at District Court Tea;" tbaaa voting ai ball put .aoa tbeir aahata '.Ohatiga ot. w Be. Taos vouag lor ameulment number three (ball put upon their t allots "Bank and indrvidjtl uition Fqntl Yrr"tbrvo. ting agakast R haM pot apaa ttwak battaU "Bank and btalilAail Isatltiu Igaxl Attr" Those voting for amendment uutubar Toar siuui put upaa tbeir bailaaa '"CoTporaiiont ," those voting against it shalt ptJt troon their bai lots "Orjvporatlonj "o." VTwaa ' voting tar mendaaaat number five shall pat aaoa . thatr ballets "Single Diwlricbtr-Vea,'' tboe touug against it altall pot upon their ballot "Single 'strict bo." tillfA J a I The Trustees of the tOWmnSip in salt! eosntv sr requived to return tbe foRowkag atatsbar at j njlaCtiVO towaabipt, I. . . , r.Jj f?w7 -u. Clerk of tbe Court of Common Pleas, lo ait: Augusta, 8; Brown, 10; Centre, 6; Kast, 7, ' Pox, 8; Harrison, &, Loudon, ", Lee, 8; Monroe, 7; Orange, 10; Perry, fi. Boae, - tjoior., ; Washington, S. JOHN n. 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Cuba, tba IFott ladies and tb Central American i-tates, no pubic rec ord caa be kept over 211 years, written on tba ordinary paper, while lis oils aad ofher chem icals inserted in this Paper make H indearoct ibly by the ravages of time. It ia tU proof against moth, rat and other vermin, which feast on and destroy all other paper now la us. Th Company have now in operation, MPla in Morris County, N. J,. of about 300 horse power, and are able ta Ml all ordera for Paper at the shortest notice. ,pt y w All orders for Paper mutt be addressed to A. Nichols, Presidentof the Company, To. To Wall S reel. Jult 8i, 117. H aatn COM in and see Ihe nice new goods, and aet some first rate bargains. Wo bate re ceived ear (lock of jj aaawLtfA SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS and wish to favor ear outa mar twiih tars, portunity to profit by purchasing them. Ws have a fine tstoruaent ol Silks, Z Ciburgt, , DsMsm, sajnH . H . jasaa, w h . ttHwena, -aaJaJt mU 01 nan Cslmra, . . ,ro4noih, Aeady Made Clothing, kc. ,.-.1 .m , .- .....i. -.a T.a-. - van ana exami our no ana fnaviir four sslrst. tuxwsvamat,BBXN.u c fti Ott. tsd, )8S6.-.ly. BLANK DEHDit,. AS A560BTM WI of Jflauk 7rd, ne. Iv nrin'ed 00 tod paper, fertwAw . awttniaj . . . www, -raawaaajB Jnly 14, 1SW U - lA Journal. 1. -J ad. v- ' I U taaatb 1 mm m H SVe J'