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1 ewaaw lflrl iiiiiishJ iwawtdy tm A cot at J Mi i hi i h-Calif IWi nation. Janadir, Drfj kliill. ", BUT Humor.. Nrnoww, lmUbiary I ( tion.. Headache. Pawia in th tm. Bad. Bark. very fc..N-kWh. Purf.toT.MKU nni u not Bon or lea required, and much uck w aad Bi i,ht to rnreotea, if a a lr but ' tnnl CatWtw hot Wj .I... Ml white a co.tr. habit ol cwdr , h m it genei whm which saajht to toat a iiiii f d rrlJBrlTTi u alike tm of Caav FnrkA mnptOBM, M Mimn. Tkrr ail tend to th. fiaa wj Ian tha tnnw kfl orrr the land. H reliable family pkjaie la of the Brat imporUne. , to the public toilth, and tlua Pill to born parfectod with conaummate akill to matt that demand. An .xcaasiv trial of iU virtu, by tnyaiciana, rroie aore. and PatoOBto, to ahown reaulto aurpaaaing any thine hitherto known W any modicin. Curat Kara baen afactod beyond belief, wen thrr not aub- auntiatal by peraoni of aura ataltod poaitinii tad character aa to forbid the tiurpicion of untruth Among the eminent gentlemen to whom w are allowed to refer for ttoae facta, an favor. VaLEXTixn Mott, the diatinguiahe)8ur geon of New York City. Doer. A. A. IHTB, Practical Ctomiat of the Port ef Boa torn, awd 0 1 nlagiit for the State of Maa aarhuaetta. Ua L Moomi, M. D., an eminent Burn and PhymcUn, of tto City of Low!), who toa long uan rtoaa In hta ttt . H. C. Soctmwic. Baa,, aa of tto Bt aast- thanta in !w Tork City. C. A. 01, M. D., Sup't and moat coaaplete which tto praaant atatt of medlaaj rime aaa afford. They an compounded not f (kmon uf the Caataea, Ma. (ear- kandrad the draM thcmaeWes, but of the avattotaal aj a I, II I 1 n aa c . only ofVawalabl remediea, eitracted by ctoaueal To erery Threa Dollar aabacttber w MM proceaa in a atate of purity, and combined together j without charge, a ropy of each of the Beanti in auch a manner aa to inaure the beat result". "J I ful Potlraitu, in oil Colori, ol (Jeu. VVafliington II atom of auiaaailjaa for aieliiBa haa been fimnd ui tin t. aerrv r. 10r.11 ana 1 m w r"" " more aaieimt remedy than had hitherto been oa- Uined by anv proceaa. The rraaon ia perfectly ob tioua. While by the old mode of coaapnaition, er ery modirine ia bunleaad wik mora or law of lerl mnniotia and iajwiima qunUtl", by tiu aarh mdi ndnal tirOae only that b deaired for the eurati -a--., i. 1 All the inert and ohnniiouii iiual- ltie f weh uUtinr ployed an left behind, t he curath rirtiaw naly lierng retained. Henw it b self-evident the ettects snoiiin (nuro ua mo proved more purelv remedial, and the Pilla a aurer, mora nowarfal antidote to diaeaw than any otht iiii-dicine known to th world. Aa it is frequently eipedbnt that my medirtne ahuuld be taken ander the eounwl of an attending l'hyaicbn, and u he eoold not properly judge of a remedy without knowing Ita composition, I kave snrmlied the accurate Formula) by whiek bulk my t-ectorsl and Pilb are mad tu tke whnte body of rraetition in the United State and British Anwr ieaa Protincea. If however there ahould lie any on who haa not received them, they will be iw r..rur.ijii Kv muil to his address. Of all the Patent Medicines that are offend, how r. ,,ta h tskaa If their eomnosition waa known 1 Tkasa nr.. ,naiau in their mystery. 1 have no 'The composition of my preparations la laid open .11 mm .mi all who arc conlMU lit to judge on the anbj t freely acknowledge their eonvletiona ..f Ihcir intnnsir nienis. 111c mrnj ... - pnmoaneed by scientific men to be a wondernit medictne before ita etfeeU were known. Many em inent Phyaiciana have deelured the aame thing uf my Pills, and even more rrinfideaitly, uml arc will ing to certify that thorr anticipations wer mor than realiz.J bv their efecrt apon trial. The operate by their powerful influence on the internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it intotoalthy action remove the ohatrui hiins of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, restoring thoir irregular action to health, and by correi ting, wherever they exist, surh derange ment as are the first uriirin of disease. Ileiag sugar wrHiipe thev are pleasant to take, and befog purely vegetable, no harm cun arise from their uae in any quantity. Fur minute directions, tee the wrapper on tno Boa. nUffAttt BY .TAMES (J. .A.YBB, Practical and Analytical ritrmlNt, LOWKLL, MASS. Prist 85 Centt per Box. Five Bozs( for 91 HOLD Bf 1)b. CHwRLKfJ a . liCEOEL Aobkt, Oct. 22. '.17 ly Chi rollton, Ohio. BRILLIANT PROSPECTUS!! rnURtll VKAK O 1 II K C 0 S .1 0 I' 0 LIT a y ART ASSOCIATION!!! TDK FAMOI'B DVPtsaisOOuF tJALLf.ltV Ol ITU0IIA8KI) at a OntT OF fJllfiO.OOol And I '"' - '.; Rmomntd Statue Or TDK CREEK SLAVE. HK-piireliasril lor six iln.usanil dollars, with sever. 1 bundled other "oiks of Ait, iu rsimiugs, Sculpture and llionxes, compute the Piamiuins to lie awarded to ihe subscribers t.f Ihe DOBOror1tfl ART ASSOC I A TION, alio aub-cribe before the liHlh of ,ainiar, awM, at which time the awarda will take pl ice. TBBM OK Ht'BHCHIPIItlN, F.vcry subscriber of llii ce dollars is entitled l A eopy of the largo and splendid (Heel En graving, entitled "Manifest Destiny," also to A copy of th Cosmopolitan Art Journal on year, also to A tier title lie lii the A wsrtl of Premiums, al 0 A free admMnn to the Dttsseldorf and Co niopoliun 1 aKite. Triu -a It la seen that for every three dolltr paid, thu subsciiber uol onlyrcceivea aaplvn did THREE DOLLAR ENGIUVINO! but, also, the beaiitifii ly illuatra'ed two dollar ART JOURNAL, ONE YEAR. K.a 1 -11 Ci lb, r is also preseyited witliaOer Utieato lu the Awards of Premiums, by which a velaAbhi workol Art, in Painting or Sculp ture, may he received in addition, thus giving to every subscriber an ei)iiivaleut m the value if Are dollars, anda f'ertillrate gratis. Any one of the Iciding 'l Magsiincs is fur liiihed. instead of Kugravin and Art ournaJ, Ifilesirad. So person is rMlrlot to a single slisre. TVioc taking flvo BtBtswMB, NwltlVlg $11, are emit'ed to an eifa A'ngiaving, and six ti krU. Full iaiticiilatsol the Aaaocialion are ciren In the lit Journal which rouitiua over siitv S-wwdld Kngravinga, p.ice flf.y cents per - u...,t. St' -in ..... . .1, peraoos who desiie to sulocribe, on rectlpl of - - - . . " live postage stmips, (ID cents ) Addiess C. L. DEbBY, Actum C. A. A., 548 Broadway, New York - ... . . . EXCHANGE B ANK OF N KURASK A. I'l, OH i:ti:, . T sis urn, raitsT. H. virnxs, cash', 0E0R(iE SINCLAIR ii CO., GEN'L LAND AGENTS AMU Dealers in Land Warrants, FLORENCE. N. T., tinLL give their persona! attention to buying If BOB selling Keal J- lHio. la iieniig lands, loaning money, payiug taxes, in Aehrsska, Iowa and Kansas. RareaiBCf . Exchange Rank, V. 0. Una A On ft IM ick li (Ui . Bauliers. t.J. Lit k SL Merchatiti, PUuW, Pa.; R. v. fUv'ejy, Banker, Phil'a; Wu.sl.iw. ImierA Co., F"" . "',1" m " w nor "-Z ", V l" g 1 meets on every Ft iday evening at the Cs New Pork; .ucV A Simonds. Bankers, Sellow , 1 ki,n of J"! V i ? l Street sdiool h use. The public sr. re- Co.. JercLants,, St. Xouis; Bank of Com-' Jobb can "orte.t JJJg to attend. Per order of aoe.J.G. He-ey,CleveUnd, 0. nc ce . . All work warranted. ftSSSi Agrril Id, 107. 1 ig-. mm OR A UAM'S ILL CSTRA TED MAGAZINE JUhrd by CHARLES U LKLANI), E tor which ia It UK MB uracil rharactcrlaad "Gtaham " Satin 1KS7. aai kick tor landed a aaaiariaAy to acre lu wpuatriy end efrcakartoa, aiil b continued luni g the atar Ui. The r'a-bion ami Home Department The 'tret and heat Ki graringa, aiik lull and plain description e ireu aach mouth, of ih aijat -etTicaahh- ai.d atlraclire ccatumer for iadiet and (Children 8JXTY COLORED PLATES! Fie iu niuatoi! aaafcbur. ia all, daring tli year, 'iicy t'oloied K.Mn and other Plat, Ii gnher aitk a Urg number ol Han i note pallet n for ail kmda ol Crutchct and Needlework BBADT1FUL EN0RAV1FJGS. Which ara really th Wark of Art, tegraved riprcal for 'Gretas.'' foaaa tto papa lar aul jecta, and far aaaervtr M any Picture pal liaued ia any otbar Monthly, will embelltah ry aaaikcr of tto !w Volume. An Original rtoiy. entitled " T II K K I G LO VII By J.. . 1 h J. Kecd, oh of our aauat popu ar A-ilhni. aill I ciuiuiittad in the January Nr. lbSs:alaoan oniiii.jl 1'oeui by (ieo:ge H lloker, H a , And a Otaal Uomeatic Story by klra. rJ. V. Unat. "THE EASY TALK," .1 .i'Dattinrnt . b lias toaa iatdered a ooDuUr b 1 lie Editor. Ckark- 0. Lata 11 J Kq will ba a nakad featara daring th a Year, and cODtaaac ta aacrtt, aa bei otofor Ihc high praiac of boil. IVa Fra and lha Peopla. Tognhrr aitk oar Banal Hieloitcal katchef, Talo of Sociat, WtalfK of T;al, Traaaav lioaa, Ueaiaof Poetry, Park for, Uoraip, Curiot tiiea, Uinta fot Ornaoiaatal Oaiaanfog, iMoia, lor Ihc Ladira, UuaKitaaa AXracu, Yankee Tra. I, KtcipMfortbcTvJkl and Houaehold, keke Oopy, , in- rar, .i; Two copl, one j, Three copiet, ca ear, fa; Sii copiea, Id. LUABLE PREMIUMS TO and lleiiiy Clay, BMtck piciureii, whim lor beauty and artialic coloring, ,ch in imitatiiui ol Oil Painting, ha never before been equal led in tli id country eiiw'er ouea in omlon, costing aii dolLtra apiece. No boeae in Amer ica ahoulrt to witlio'Jl tiiiiae Una life-lik poi traita. For Pire Dollata, w aend Two cop ie ol Ui Micaiine, one year, and one of each of th portrait. A I Ire rTATMl k Co. 'Qrahatu's Magsaine,' I'liiladelpliia, 'a. WARRENS OHIO CRIMINAL LAW FORMS. BEi'OKD KDITIOK, ENLARGED AND REVISED TO 8 t IT Til B BTATUTBB OF 1867, Justices of the Peace aud Mayor are author iaed to purchase thb woik out of the fines that they collect. FATKvrr.S VKnM rVEdOMIIKNDATION'N, "I would not be without it for ten tunes its price " tV. W A Dill K, Justice of the Peace anil .tfavor, H llsborough, Ohio. "The system obseivrd in arranging the 8tatu's, preoeents snd the releieices to authoiities, n akes it a work odmiiably adapt ed to its abjewt. S. . 1 .11 y.tttt, 1' ..I.. Pleas .1 -i "N'n Library in Ohio is complete without it and no Justie,, of the fence or Mayor should attempt to atlmiubter the Criminal Ijiw with outacpy." THOMAB 0LT0H Coin. Pleas ludno 'To Ju-tiei I of the Peace, M ivo's, 4c. , it will oe of lwil tuilispi usable nrees.-itv,hil,t to Prosecuting At inneyt and iho Bar gener ally it will pnive Madly eouvenknt. JtlSIAII HCOTT, Supreme Jtlilgo. "VristraKs will ,isieiially Hud it of (;ret va'ite iu 'ho dischaieo of their duties, while its exposition tt the law, and simple (rrange me itcotiriaiidit to the study of the piivalo ciiiie,." B.wom. Judge of Superior I'outt of DM, "It Is much needed by Ju-tices aud Attor neys of Ohiogonorallv," j. Hm-KJFnnoFF, 0. BOWKN, Supremo Judge. "I have examined ihe woik with oonsiilera hlo eaie ami eipre-sed the opinion that it is Affvlingty piactic.il. JOIIA W. UKTY Com. Plcsa Juui;e, ''The Work ii of great value not on y to yuslices, Constables, and other officers, but to the lawyer, though well iea.l in C1i111in.il Ju risprudence." HR.fM QitlBWMaD, Cliairmin, JtliHeiaiy i'lim., O. 8. Senate. "It shuuhl bo in the htnda "I all Justices, rroreciiinrs, and those BBBgjBl in anywise in criminal piocuedings." B. V. HOttUEK, Corn. Pleas Judge ''I regard tha Work ss worthy of a place In the llbrarv ol every lawyer in Ohio, and one h ifh should ho owned and caielully studied by every Juatire of the Peace in th State nb expects to aid in Uiu entoruomout of the crim inal law." WM SAJPI.A', Com. Pleas Judge, "t have no doubt that It "VVarten's Ohio Criminal law and Fonns," were supplied to all our Justices si d Jutors who Imvociiminiil bu slnoss licforu them, it would save mote costs to the County Treasuries every year than the ex pense ol furnishing them. WM.LAWRF.NCK, Com. riess Judge. Price fin, A. HKOWtf, Gcn'l. Agent, Aellfoutaln, Ohio. OW FOUNDRY, LISBON ST., OARROLLTON TIIK subscriber would re.-pectfully inform Farmer, Mechanic, ate, that lie ha has taken hack and has uow iu full operation the Canolltrn new CUPOLA FOUNDRY. And Is amply prcpsred to furnish to order all ki ids ol Plougha, Plough 'obits, Stoves, and Citings nf all descriptions, at the sboitcat no tice, and at reasonable price. A good ad extend dock of Ploughs, Points Stoves, Castings Ac, constantly kept on hand and for ale at low prices, for Cash. A,T 15, fi5.-tf E. slcUClUtf, "A BO )K FOR KVF.KY MAN'S LIBRARY." BARB INDUCBMXNM TO AOBNTR. CI ANVAaA'VS wanted too'itain siits-crihers I for theCompreheiolve (iengraphy and ilis t,.ry, .liieient and Modern, of The World; by '.." '"?. . 1 ly twund in clolh gilt, and Illustrated with am i.. ..,tii..i aim beautiful engravings aud 81) map. Pric fjtf. Sold only by agents, 10 each of whom a apeinl district will be given. Applicants should stat what counties they would like to canvass. The book u now ready. Copbs I will bo sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of th price. Mh cn all solvent banks Ukin at pr. The "Boirm Journal," aays of thb work: i "No family whatever should be withoat it." I For full particular! In ngard to agency, ad rtres, UAO UK W. ALilWiT, ubliaher snd Bookaelbr, No. 172 Willi mi Street, New York. W A kind of School and Minellaneous Books, Cheap Publications, Stationery and Msps, furnished at tho very lowest prices. 1 rder-i snlivited. No. 19. It CEO. W. WOODWARD, Brick Layer aud Brick Maker, I ,. , !' ' ,w (un III. I on. OliiO The Mcdiriie of the Million! PHILOSOPtt Y ASP FA CT. HOLLOWAFS PILLS tri kxcitiso cai'sb or uccu. The Wood b th Hfe lawlalalug agent It furuirtoi tto component of fleah, to. rle. nar and inn-guawat. The iu aaaoafaetory, tto rein Ha diavibotora, and tto inte-tinw the channel through which tto waat Biatttr rejected in ita productiao palled. Upon the atotnach, the oheulation and to bowaia, thew Ptlb aat aimuluneouely, reliering indtgeatfon, parifyiog the fluid, and regulaliag the icreikma, THE N ATIOXAL COMPLAINT. Dyapepeia b theooat crmmcn dbeaae among all diaeaaaa in thb country. It awumea a thou and hap, an I i In primary aouice of hi nuaitrablc dangtrou waHdn; but whatever tut type or jui noins boaerer ootinaie u ,. .;. to ordinary pieparatioua, it yieioa readily aud rapidly to this searching and ud ariing icrnedj. BILIOUS AFFECTIONS. The uuanlit and uuality of lb bile ate of vita! importance 10 health. Upon the lirer, tto gland which ecreteathb fluid, thew Pill operat pci6call , infallibly rectifying ita irtwgultiltiea aud tflectually cuiing Juuudice llilioui AeuiiltanK, and all lha varblfoi of dba geuerattd by an unnatural condition of the organ. BOWEL COMPLAINTS. MM the bwi U petform their lunctfona propei ly, tlia a hi lj boily auffers. Ten of thoawnd die annually of Dyrentery, Diar thoaa. Chronic Constipation, and other dia-e-ea nf ihe wai'e pipet of the aya'em Tin iflretnl the PwaaWM all il l,- 1 a, dii- ordera, he! her casual or ephU mic, i a phe nomenon in medicine. Bi li lioaiiig Hie piints ed ilinTtinim, the moat at g1aa aMH ot bow el complaint err pronipll contiollcd. A WORD TO FEMALES. The local debility and irtreuUntitu which ara the especial annoyances of the weaker; . . . a - - I s', anil allien, wtien nrgiecru, always 1 nonen iife, ar relieved for the time being, ana pre vented for fhe time to come, by a course 01 this mild but thorough alterative. Holloiraifi Villi are the best remedy known in the world fur the follotoimj diicate t Asthma Diarrhrea Bowel Dropsy CompTt debility f 'oughs Fever aud Colds Ague Indigestion Stone and It'll a;t Otavtl Inflauialioti Secondary Inward Weak Symp otns ne'S Venerasl Zdver CoB- Affections Chest Dis F e m a I e esses 'osiiv ( 'omi. Uinta plaiuts Worms of sll kinds Piles. lleadat hes Low new ol tiiss Dyspepsia Bmm t'T. l'TIO)V'I N'otteare genuine un less the word-" "llnllowsy, New York and London," ar! dijceiiiiblo as a Water mark In t'vriy leal of the book of diiectioua around euch pot or box; ihe time may be plainly seen I.V hi Miii" the leaf to the li' lit A handsome icvmrd will lie given to any one rendering such information as may lead 10 the detection of any partvor parliescnuntiifei'ing iho mi'tlicines or vending the tame, knowing them to be epurious. Sold at the Mimifactoiy of P ofersor llt lloway, HI Maiden V.'ine, New Yoik, and by nil respcetabln Driivgi-ts and Dealers in Medicine throughout the Coiled Mates and the civil soil world, iu boxes at 'll cent, b.'J cents, uud I each. There it a considerable (aving by ta king the larger site. N. H Wieetiotis for llio guidance of pa tients In eveiy disoidei ato atlixt'd to each Lot. rteptrrmbot Idtk, ls.i7. ly. mLjAJBL arcs. CM 1 ,1 a; in aud see the, nice new goods, and getsome flrstrate bBrgains. We have re- reived our SlOok of SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS ami winlt to i'-ivor our cu'tomers with an op portunity to profit By purcliasiug Uiem, W have a Hue assortment ol Silks, Coburgs, , MbmB) Clngrutms, Prints, etc. Tweeds, Jeans, Rattnetts, Cawimers, road Cloths, steady Made Clothing, Ac. Call and examine our tok and Judgefor your (elves. ARCflBOLD A CLARK. Oct. Ud, lP.riG. ly. H CARROUTOiY IilIF.BE came to town, on the 17th day . of Fepteiuber, A. D., 1867, via., R. R., the largest and moet approved stock of Ready made Clothing, ttaf has ever been exhibited iu this place. M CV A "I" C 0ver and Un J M I der, Sartout, Frock, Sack aud Drew coats in atmu- q dance, ST Jt& Ali .1 i 1 Corduroy, Caslmere, cans, and barred of every va riety. W BrCMSTT'WB. Silk Velvet, Plush, Satin, Casslmere, Stttlnettt tin. I othms of every style aud pattern. RfTTUWfi Mu.lin. Hickory H 0X11 II It W( Btripoi, Calico, and 'rlnt in abundance. Handkerchiefs. !, for the neck and pocket, any amount of them. HATS & CAPS. young, th middle aged, and Kor tho old, the 1 the babys. We have tin) lar- gest and best selected stock of trunks In" this vicinity, we have the largest site, th medium, and the infantile. OH YES. Lot of Boys' clo thing, to fit the B uveuiles, from to la years old. ft! This heavy atock of Clothing, Ac., WILL -be (old, (s 1 want money, at LOWER fig- VJ ures, than any of my competitor. AH you that wnt a suit, or any part thereof, come to 8. I, Bloch's A'liipotium, where can bo found a larger (lock, a bettor arti cle of goods, aud the very latest style, at prices whiuh can't be beat, t (hall be HI read; and willing show yon, at No. 1. o above the exchange, my entire stock, with out charge. One and all come, and jou 3 will save money thereby. 2e Sept. 17, 1R7. 8. I. BLOCH. . f H E CARROLLTON LYCEUM Cusincss tfaiDs. NVNTPtti AAl I'K li AlluritM It i. mw , CARXOlLTOS, OHIO 1TILL promptly attend 10 all ant-i It truatad to hi ear. tW Office aouth ol Aidgar'a wore. Jan. 1, 1057. tf. A. W. MORIII80.i, ATTORN BT A 1 LAW, CABROLLTOR, 01U0. BY SPECIiL arrangement, the wrrioaa of Jobm BaXDia of Can too, can to retained, m all caae when Otoared. Or net In the ro m opposite th awaf ron of th Court Hooa, beretofor eoccupie by i hi. rip Be. rch II '65. X B. B. BRIGHT, CABBOLLTOV e. w MCILVAHF, PBILDILPUM KNIGHT dtMTLVAE, ATTORNEYS d COUSSELLRS II' lL r A'O JZ'TLY iTTKA'D TO ALL IV huaineaa entiuated to their care. rJaTOBTe arrtol the Court Howe two door South of Arclihold k Julj 8, lH57-.tf. Clark, Carrollton. , E. R. ECKLEY, ATTOBNEYAT LAW WILL practice at the profession !j Carrol and th adjoining counties. All buai nee entrusted to him aill receire prompt at tcnlfon OFFICE opposite ihe weat dooro tha court house, formerly occupied by Vao Broan, Kq., tarrollton, Ohio. S. M. CltAlNE, allemfy and (oaiscllwr at law, CARROLL ION, OHIO. ALL busine in bis profession aill be atten ded to with prcnibtnew. Office, in the outli corner of ElMger'r Block. Aay 14. lH57-tf I) It. GEO. SCOT T, SURGEON DENTIST , CAHRuLLTON, OHIO Office up staiis in the"McCook fu'tlditig,' south west corner of Lisbon and (.'anal streets. Having penuaiifiitly lo cated h me above named place, lie otters hie professional semces to ierson requiring operations iu his proles 111. a aaal 1 1 1 . ..LI..J L. Ibbb siou. His lor uier lui iuties nave enaoieu uiui m ... r , i 1 : . become fully acquainted with every branch of the dental art; aud he b prepared to treat ev ery case, whether it msy involve a single tooth or an entire salt, in the latest ana mos- approv ed manner. All operations warranted to give satisfaction. (fy Person waited on at their residences if desired. Feb. 2R. 1866. tf. GEO. F. KENEDY, Rea 1 ate tt B oker, tz-2 &?i'Jj FLORENCE CITY, N. T. March 26, 18S7. ly MISS M. ANSHUTZ, STRAW AND SILK MILLINER, KasT 1 so or Maim St., Carrolltoii Ohio. Pre. in, 18RS, ly. I'LAIN AND ORNAMENTAL SBCN PAINTING! Done on roasonahle terms. Sall.-faction given or no charge made. CARD WRITING. Oiids wiitten in (lopper'plate Bty lu such as wedding cards, visiting cuds, Ac, &. riiiin k OnaMNlal IVumnnsliip, Copies furnished st rcusoimhlo terms, aitb nftnes snd dispa'ch. DEEDfl AND MORTGAGES, Kiimisho I on shortest nt'licc; gotteu up in ac lOnUiic with the ls of Ohio. All orJers addressed to mo at Carrollton, Car roll co , Ohio, will reovire prompt attention. April 'J, IH57-tf. I. ULMAN. Carrollton Marble Works! a. q. smith & rmo DEAL Elfc UARBLS, WOULD rctipeclfuly inform the public that they are prcpred to mauufactute TumbstoneB, KluimmenlB, and everything in their line vf business, with neatneeB and dispatch. Their work need no recommendation as it will show for itself. Call and toe their specimens and judge lor your selves. t" Shop in the building formerly occupied by Dt. Hunter as au office opposite Karn's Chair Factory, may Bl '57 tf Cane Seat Chairs- 117A-NL' 1', M ii lo and Rosewood imitation It laige arm cane seat and cane back rockers, ladies and misses cane scat and cane back rockers. Also every variety of Winds ir chairs, rocking chairs and setteea on hand at my (hop, opposite Smith s Marble shop, formerly occupi ed by ih. t. S. Hunter, Main street, Carroll ton, Ohio, ABSA.OM KARN. Dec. 4, '56.-ly PATTON HOUSE. (TOBM kblt "Wistkr Kuril iMis Hutu,.") (JAliROLLTON, OHIO Thia long and favorable known establishment, occupied, formerly by R. II. .eggett, Asa., has been reopened for tho accommodation of tho public. This House has been renovated, repaired and improved, and now presents all the advantages which are desired In a first rate hotel. The best that the uiaiket anords is sc lected for its guests. fVood cooks alone ca tor for its table. The arrangement for sta- blinc are perfect and extensive. A first rate barber is convenient. Kvery facility for com' fort aud pleasure is realizable at the popular old stand jab f.o rATUN. May 1, I860 tf. JAMES GORDON, Tobaconisl and Confectioner. MA IN ST.. CA RR OLL TON, Deals In chewing tobacco, smoking tobsc co, snlT, common and fancy pipes, cigar cases and holders, sunn boxes, tobacco boxes, Ac. I invite especial attention to my now stock of Comprising lemons, oraages, raisius, figs, dates, CltlltUl?, cmoua, imw o ,.w (tin-in, .,- cie of all kiuds, spices, pickle aud pepper taui. Aleo, a variety of toy I01 children, and uu merous other article "too tedious to mention." Cigars always on hand at wholoaaleor retail. Mareh 3I, no. U Uil if. Railroad House. CARROLLTON, OtIIO. MEK OF 0710. LOOK TO YOUR INTER KSTS. The time ha come when every man will buy his Groceries where they can bo bought cheapest and are of the best quality. H. L. C0GS1L has the cheapest and best lot of Groceries iu towns Call and see what excellent Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Molasses. Cheese, soda; Starch, Seierilui, Tobacco, Ci gars, Ac, in fact any thing that is comprised in a well assorted stock of Groceries, Also agood article f fresh fish. Ho will also pay the highest cash price for Wheat, live, Corn, Oats, Butter and all kinds of produce H. L. WGSIL. t'arollton, Nov. BT, lfWO.-tt. j"V ALL Paper of of various style aold cheap at BaXTKR A CO.'S New Zrug Store. PVRJ'V THE BLOOn. INI) EXPEL DISEASE, Sarsapa rill a FTER AS ORPEAL OT OVER TWENTY tnd, Ihi great original remedy, from which a on meroua claw of imitations hare pruog, stand unimpeached and unapproach able. It b manufactured by the present pro- prieton, D. T. Lanman A Co, with improved lachiLery, from tto choicest RIO NEORO SARSAPARILLA. ABD IB WARRANTED BBTBB TO FBRMBRT, or undergo any chemical change in the PROOF P0SIT1 VE! Kb allowed by th unanimous opinion o the Physicians, by experimental proof, and every form of evidenc which can give authen ticity to public statemenis,to be the most pow erful REMEDIAL AGENT roB Scrofnla, C o n s h m pl I o n LIVER COMPLAINT and all ulcerous, eruptive, pulmonary and bil ious dtsetsas, acting directly upon '.be ELEMENTS OF TILE BLOOD! It neutralizes the virus, which generates cu taneous and glandular affections, imptrU new tittlitv to tha stnam of life, snd restores the vitiated secretions to a healthy condition. BKISI'OL'8 SAUeUPAUIM.A. is invaluable foe the cure of the following diseases : ylsthnia, Iropsy, Ueneial Debility, Barren net , Dry Eruntions, Indigestion, Bowel Corn plaint Erysipelas, -Neural 1:1a, Co ifuiuption, te- ver and -dsjue, scrofula, tanccr, remale torn- plaints Salt .Rheum. SOLD BT D. T. LANMAN & CO. Wmolecalb DrCOGIBT8,69 WATKB8T.,NEW vork, .I...1 by all Druggbts, at $1,00 per Bottle. May 7. If57. lj THE PERFUME or this WESTERN HEMISPHERE FRE9H FROM LIVING FLOWERS. MURRAY & FLORIDA LANUAN'S WATER. rPHTS rare perfume and cosmetic is prepared 1 In om Ironical Flowers of surnaelng frsgrnncc without any admixture of coarse essential oils, whieh form the stjple of many ''Essences" and "L-xlracts for the Toilet. Its Aiomaisasin exhaustab. . as that of the "Farina Cologne,' and as fre.,i and dclicalo aa the breath of Lir ll'J liloHSOI.SS. W HAT ARI ITS ANTECEDENTS? nil iwrinv ycais it. lias niniuiauieu its as- cend. nev over all other perfumes throughout Cuba, South America and the West Indies. i,i i . , , . , n ., , B , It has been introduced into the United mates, in response to the earnest demand crowing out of its Southern reputation. A cure for Headache and raininess! As sn odor for the handkerchief, it is as de lioious as the "Otto ol Roses." It lends fresh ness and transparency to tho lomploxion, and removes headache atidfaintuess. COUNTERFEITS. Rcwarc ol imitations .took for the namo of Mi'KtiAY ft Lanman on the bottle, wrapper and ornamen'ed label. Sold by I). T. Lanman A Co, wholesale drug gists. Jfo. Water strict, New York, and by all druggists, at 50 cents per bottle. IR ON, HARD WARE AND milR subscriber is just receiving from tho I i;,. i';,,.,, . I ,r,. ..i ..ii ..I.. i afoot M lron aloof naila ahntela anados isa4a axes of all sorts, crosscut, teuant and hand saws, augers, chisels, planes, door-locks, latch es, hinges, screw, file, rasps, and almost ev ery article kept in hardware store, which I will ell at right figure. Call at the old stand on Lisbon St., Carrollton, Ohio. ISAAC CRUMiilNE. .March 12, 1857, tf, HARD TIMES! HAS BESN THE CRY FOR A LONG TIME, BUT it is no longer hard times, siuce we have opened our new stock of SPJING AND SUM MR GOODS. Our stock was bought with reference to the hard times, and we are prepared to sell them on more favorable terms than ever. Amongst our goods may be found all the new and lead in; styles of Consisting of Silks, Tlain and Fancy; Wool Delaines--a new stylo; Beragea, Tissues, Chal lies, Brilliants, Lawns, Ginghams, Chambrayg, Pi hits, etc., etc. MILLINERY 0 00 DS. We have a full stock of Bonnets, Artificials, Ruche, s BonnetShapes, and everything for the adorn, ueu t of a bcaatiful face. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AC, AC. A full assortment, embracing all the latest and fancy styles, SUMMER WEAR. In this branch of trade we must brag. HOOTS AND HOES. We have enough and "more too." READY-MADK CLOTHING. We have put the Jew to Bight, and have a general assortment of Men and Boy's Clothing, whieh can be bought very cheap, and no mis take. HATSANDCAPS. Sfhere is no use talking. We have them. "That's so." Every thing In this line. Come and see. LADIES' BA8KET8. Now, ladies, is the time for a nice little Basket. nn j ua ipDiuuivno Bristol's 1 ..a, tcrtaiiiment of the travelling public. Tbeiame .111 that is new and desirable may be found ; is undergoing a thorough rennovation from eel with us. j lar to garret, and will be in excellent condition HOOPS AND C R I N 0 L I N E. i ,or the reception of gncsto, where their every Now be .till; we have 'em all. Skeleton w.l,n' f0?,11 lali mil'stA. to. Tbo sta Skirts Corded do. Brass Skirt Rings, whale- j bl8 80,11 ,.TB "upplied with bay hn... m.A aaaaAu AUr. r,i iu,.ii.. Skirts; all of which will be sold VERT LOW for good pay. CUMMINGS Carrollton, Jfay 7, 1857. t COUCH. RAGS! RAGS!! RAGS!!! Bring them along and get iu exchange nice. cheap WALL FA FEB at BAXTER A C-'O'S Niw Drug Stosi. i'l 0 TO W. S. H0)GE'3 If you want Jeady I made clothing at low prices. Oct. 29. tf. CALiilat. MAGIC COMPOUKu A l'sajiti) I ur for PBlmtiMrj lorCfBllto Alio an tftetuml curt fvr Serqfu'o, Dytipiu, V'- stuwte Vittvntovi Erup i nt. Chronic Rhtuma- v.. 1 1 rr. litm. kOmi: and all J . -VLa an impure ttatt of In' 9Joii- Principal Depot, No. S4 1.',S'W Tork, where (II lettere Bioat b ,ort to This wondfrlul Remedy haa uV1 - tnl alleviate human (uffering than all otht ' m put together. It ba lb greatest sal 01 UJ medicine in the world lor pulmonary com plaint, from Maine to the bom retired dwel Bag) ol Oregon, or wherever consampuon it known, it finds It way, carrying health and joy into tbouaanax 01 tarnine. ratsaai, aaa gorgeous sunshine 01 nop may doc d reau ted, for tbi remedy not only relieve, but do actually cure tbi horrible disease. But one trial will surely prove tlx fact. Do not fall into an early grave, when a lure remedy U at hand. There is no remedy (sroal to it in building op ytm, that, under the influence of various di (eases, hardships, or exposure, has run down and lost iv.s natural ton and vigor. Jtt great -ecret ii in it power to reach tha Mood, cor rect the vitiated fluid, and arret the rJeposf.s of tubercle in thb lunge; and it Is as safe a ft is certain in it action. Take Cod Liver MAC, Cherry Syrups, Chen Pectorals, Inhalation of Ypors, and all othej puffed nostru ns tor this disease; combine all their virtues into one, snd we should not have remedy which would, at all compare with ihis. Put all those n.en together who have be come so notorious by advertising that they can ! euro uuuButiip.tvM , ui uicj vaouok uruuuoe u ; many real cure duiing their whole lifetime as we can furnish in one month. This msy look like boasting, but it is the solemn truth. The medicine le ir. a powdered state, but readily prepared for using in a liquid form, ac cording to the direetions which accompany it. Dispatches (re promptly m ide by mail and express. Less than half dozen boxea are usu ally set t bv mail. Half dozen boxes or more art, OvlLillv rent hv einress If then. rA a dir.. el 1 ... ,i tf -- --- j - r - - - -, - ----- - i express line; if not, they are sent by mail in a number of packages. Pricis One box, S; three boxes, ordered at one time, t J; half doxtn, 14, one d. .en, or any number greater, 2 a box. The postage In he United Sta tea, tM over 3000 vile, is fif- fen cents a box. In all eae the amount should be inclosed in money or stamps. We are re sponsible for all moneys tent us by mail. osiah S. Grindle. (lste part ner of Dr. Wesley Grindle,) Sole Proprietor, to whom all letters must be addressed. Also Pio piietor of (i i indie's Ancient and Celebrated Japanese Life Pills. Nov. 12, 1857.-Iy.alt, MOTHER S SA VE YO UR CHILDREN ; .T , CSCtilblCW 0 T 111 1 H S I I , , n:i.i . .i. ..... They are infallible for the cure . ' OK INTERNAL WORMS!! THE peculiar properties which belong to "Kemti's Lozenges," have never befoil been combined iu any preparation. They are attractivct.y the eye, as a SWEETMEAT OF DELICIOUS FLAVOR, rapid, yet harmless in their operation, couipored solely of VEGETABLE MA ThRJAL, and require no mercury to bo taken before or aftcrtliem. The do their work more thor oughly 'haii any of the nausous Vermifuges of Ihe day: THE PRIMARY CAUSE OF DETI1 Is considered by the most distinguished hys ieians. to bo worms among ch.Mren. It ii icians, to Do worms among en. iren. n ic sca-cely ticcessary, therefore, to put mothers on their guard against thia insidious complaint, or to recommend them to take prompt steps to remove it by the use of the only true rem- I edy, Kemp's l'astilles, piesenieu in sue i a 1 nsistatable form, that children take them OttlTOrlv without fiOai'Bg. Sold by D. T Lan man A Co., 69, Water st., New York, and by Xrugiists, at 25 cents per bottle. April 80, 1S47. For your Wife, Dauglder, Sister, or Friend, T. 8. ARTHUR'S BOMS MAGAZINE. nDITKD byT. 8. Arthur, and Virginia F. HjTowi senrJ. For choice and elegant litera ture, high moral tone, peculiar adaption to the home circles of our land, freshness, ori ginality, and cheapness, this Msgazine is ac knowledged, on ail hands, to be without a ri vaL It is equal in the beauty of its typogra phy and the richness of its embellishment to the most ambitious and dearest of our maga zines, while it claims to lead all of them in many essential features. For conectness and exquiaite beauty, its colored steel fashion nlates were unrivalled In lt7. They will maintain this superiority in 18S8. Volume VI ha, ioa in Januarv. Torms. f2 a year in advance. Four copies for 6; twelve copies for 15, and oue extra to getter up of club, rwanaelmens sent fre to all who wish to subscribe or to make up clubs. Address T. P. AUTI1UB A CO., 103 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pet CLUBBING with other MAGAZINES The Dome Magazine and Godey's Lady's look, one year, 3 BO. Home Magazine and Harper's Magnzine, one year fi 60. Home Jagatlno, Godey's Lady's Book, and Harper's jlap.ar.ipe. one year, to. Tho Januaiy number of the Ilome Magazine will be ready as a specimen, on tho first of 7ecember. Let all who desire a good Maga zine for 18S8, be sure to see a copy before sub scribing for any other periodical. Write for a number, and it will be sent free. Nov. 12, '?. 3t. ImKAN HOIW, CARROLLTON, OHIO. AN the 1st of October next, the undersigned "will have the above House roady for the en. ana provenviOT tor norse. uive me a can and your bills shall be reasonable. Sept. 10th, '67,-tf. AMUt'Liril ffEY, DOLLkH per hundred given for old metal, at the steam foundry on Lisbon st by McGUIRE. maySI, '57tf IIOOD'S HAIR RESTOJJTIVK, for sale II it BAXTER A STERLING'S, Nov. 19, -tf. New Drug Store. PI N K TAR, a good article sold by Nov. 10,-ti. BAXTER k STEALING. i 1 r .tii cs FOJt SALE OH REST. Tne saWacriberdcTer foraal On reasonable term th following Ml cit: ti'uatl en Main Street, CartolBon, larral! ctnint, Ohln, t M: on. fI on whieh rrcfted a kargt wo -k buuJ"'. tnialieJ. .uial.r for ttory Ba "lei, a a BBM a , aeli...g or .. . - j . , lM th abaweou which 11. m,wu . in t oi traaa (table, sunicicr.. . lain 3i horse, ala, two other lot lu on cu rloaurr with a iraat dw llmg luiuw thereon. Tto abowa piwpcrty aill to sold separately or jointl to (ait lajrchaawia, and if not fold aill ba for rem. I wttl alao (ell two quaiUr eC;loM obaJ in Woodbury eonnty (taU of Iowa; alao, ore q 11 aiter section ol bad ia Ida oouuly in the Stat oijowa which will be aold aeparatr! or ointlf to auit DUtcliiiers. For Term apply to Dr, John S Hatwr. CarrolitOB, Ohio. f. F. PRICE, Kor, 13, '56. tf. FAIRBANKS 4 T E N t SCALES. Ha L. F. A 8. BURGESS, Cienland Ohio, Agent, aold by FA1RBANES& CO , No 189 Broadtcan, Ntw York. July S, 1B57- ly. 1 DOLLAR A YEAR, 15 WITNESES. OR THE FORGER COMIGTED. JOHN S.DYE IS THE AUTHOR. WHO ha bad 10 years experience as a fas Banker and Publisher, and Author, ol A series of Lectures at the Broadway Hfj lauernaeie, worn, iui 1.1 1 ui-vcsrirc nigais, over 5(1,000 Pcople greeted him with . Rounds jf Applause, while he exhibited j the manner in which Counterfeiters exe-aT"' cute their Frauds, and the Surest andShor--a test means of detecting them ! . test means ol detecting The Bank Note Engraver all say. that he is thegreatest judge of Paper Money now tiring. drestest Discovery ol the pteseiit cen tury for IfetttttilK ConnlerfeU BANK NOTES.- Describing Kvery Genuine Bill in Exis tence, and A'xhibiting at a glance xtkt Counterfeit in Circulation I Arranged so admirably, that reference is is easy 2; And Detection Instantaneous, ) tt'Xo iudex to examine! No pages j-H to hunt up! But so simplified and ar- ranged, that the Jcrchar.t Banker and i Business Man can see all at a glance. Englisi, rrtnch and (Jcrutun. Thus each may read tho same iu hiss own .Native Tongue. i Moet peife.-t iank A'oto .ist Published. i Also a.ist of all the Pilvata Hankers in CD A me iica. A complete summary of the Finance of Europe and Am. iica will be published in each edition, tocetheiwith ill the 'mpor I ant news of the day. A i-o i sei les ot liXTEKESTIJSO STOH1ES rJ From n old manuscript found Id the East: It furnishes Ma, unst complete llintorv el ORIENTAL ' a . ho n: zz. Describing the most perplexing posi- tion in which ilia ladies and gentleman . t.f that country have been so olten found. kA These stories will continue throughout the whole year, and will prove the "mat - rnteitaining ever ollered to the public. J3f" Fuini.-hed Weekly lo Subscribers only, at ?l ajear. All letters must be ad dressed to (Al JOHN S. DYE, Broker, Publisher and Proprietor, 70 Wall Street, kaasl New York. AprH I, lfX7-ly. J, W. GOULD'S NEW SKY-LIGHT AMBROT YPE GALLERY. MAIN ST., CARROLLTON. I POSITIVE. Y warrant all my work, and wil! let tin picture leave my Rooms unless per fect satisfaciion is given. I ak no recommen dation. My pictures will alio for themselves. The Ambrotype is truly beauotiful. Citizens and people from far ai.d near, are kindly sulifi ted to cull nail cxaniir.c specimens, (nd get a picture ol themselves, and fiiends. May '.'8lh, 18o7.-Iy. J. W. GOULD. N. B. New styl of -"icturcs taken on Pat ent leather. All who wNh good pictures, now is your lime; thc-c pictures are far superior to any kind now in use, especially to send in let ters Ac. Those who have blue eyes, come; for now the color of your eye can be taken by this process wl'h a degree of perfection that excels allothers. Come one, come all. Prices range from fifty cents up, to suit pur chasers. Entire satisfaction given or no sale. July a, 1857 ly. J. W. O. To School Teachers, HE BOARD Or SCHOOL EXA.UINERS- for Caroll comity, will bold Six mkkt- mn for the examination of School toachers during the year 1867, on the following days, namely: On the third Wedne(d(y iu Febru ary, April, Jane, August, October, and Dc cember. The meetings will be held iu one of the public school bouses in Carrollton, com mencing at 10 o'clock, forenoon. The standing rules of the Board regulating examinations are the following: 1. Each applicant not personally known to the Board, must produce a certificate of good moral character, of late date, and signed by oue or more responsible persons. a. Each applicant must come furnished with pen, ink and paper; and also with McGuf fey's Fifth Reader. 5. To each applicant will be submitted a list ot questions on Arithmetic, English Gram mar, and Geog raphy, to be answered in wri ting. 4. No applicant will be regarded as qual ified to teach, nor entitled to a certificate, who does notcoirectly answer one-half of the ques tions submitted in each branch. 6. Certificates will not be Usued on the) day of examination, but they will be remitted by mail or otherwise as soon as practicable. And when an applicants deemed unqualified, a note stating that fact will be sent him. 6. Applicants coming in after tho class formed and the examination has commenced, will be expected to wait until the next regular day of examln ion. 7. No certificate will be granted to any per son who Is kuown to the Hoard to be habitu ated to he use of profane language, to ba In temperate or di-dionest. 8. Aach applicant ainst furnish hinself with a stamped envelope, and himself indorse with hi own name and address, and in such enve ope bis certificate or note will be for warded. By order ol the Hoard, Jan. 1, 1857. 1. WM. McOOY. Sec'y. Fashionable tailoring. JA8.U. W llinwfll, WOVLV inform the public that be has loca ted in Carrrollton where he will be happy to receive a share of public patronage. He ia determined to get up work in a style not to b surpassed here or elsewhere. Shop immedi ately opposite Cummings A Couch's (tore and a few doors west of the "Pattou House," where he can be found at all times. Carrollton, 0. if arch S,'S7.-tl. I SAY, JIM, where did you get your plated BBIBBBtf At Ir 8. Hodga's Ycubj America Hall, ia Nw Hartiaburgh. Oct. 89 tf.