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nounce that U Mot at Champion, in thatJ,couilyjai4jea tltecoaiinu!. The ream WMgMd for it it that Mr. Wood row, tbe nastinattar, m a ttepul.lican , and tecauaa (barra cloae not happen to be any Lecoinptoa De imcral living in a conveni ent location who ! willing t0 take tba trouble of accommodating tlie people of . hampion by acting aa poat master, tbe of lice it diaooolioued. Tbe Union must ba 1 1 ret erred. Ah Out Impromptu Suohtit Al- HMD FOR THB PkI6I!T OCCAMJN. Tba oawt from as two Continent! now, It sent through tba deptb of tba sea, While tbe iabea, all wagging their UiU' Cry, Gracious, bow wine wa tball be!' 'Paraonsknowinc themselves indebt- .l to the firm of Tripp dc Baxter are re quested to call and settle their account. Tbipp ds Ha ME u. MARRIED: On tha ISth intt, by Jonathan Milbouro, Esq. Mr. John S. .rlsbbrook and Mitt Lu cinda Walton, a If of tbit county. MAR KETS, Carrolltos, Aug 25, '58. WHEAT 1,001,10. CORN 50. OATS 40c. BUTTER 131. EGOS 6j. " TALLOW- m. HAMS 8c. " SHOULDERS and SIDES Co. Cleveland, Aug, S3, '58. FLOUR. Advance of 25s per bbl. Good to choice tuparfina at $4,75 5,00; double extra at tO.OO C.50. WHEAT. Price advanced 5 9c in white and 4 8 iu red. OATS. New, firm at 50 c Good old a little bigbar. NEW D VERT ISRMENTS. "He that in the world would ride, Mint read tbe uewa and advetlise!" PENN COTTON MILLS PITTSBURGH, PA. Kennedy, Childs k Co. manufacture and keep for tale the following artielea, to wit: Penn A. No. 1. heavy 4-4 Sheeting. White A Colored Carpet Chain. Cotton Twine, " Bed Cot da, " Kope of every description, " Batting. Aug. 25, 1858. Order toliciled. J. A, WILSoN. WU. PAYNE, I. W. CAM. Wilaou, Payne eV Co., Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domes tic DRY GOODS, No. 94 Wood st, abovb Diamond Alley PITTSBURGH. Will be prepared eaily In September and throughout the season to offer to the trade, an unusually varied aud attractive stock of Dry floods and Notions, in which they will compete with and market k the United States. J II good merchants are invited to call, Pittsburgh, !t5th 1668. 6 w. SAZE OF KXAL ESTATE BY ORDER OF COURT. On the 18th day of September AD 18;8 at 3 oeloek P. M. will be sold on the premises to the highest bidder the following teal estate aa the property of Charles Stewart deceased lata of Carroll Count, to wit; a part of the South East quartes of section uinty eight, township thirteen, and range six, containing ninety-nino ucres. Also lot number seventy-four in the town of New Hagerstown Carroll county Ohio. The above property is subject to dower of Elisabeth J. Stewart tnd it appraised at (1566, Oti. H. B. UA'LTKR, adm'r Aug 18, 1 358 4 of diaries 6'tewart dec's BiBW FOUNDRY, LISBONST., OARROLLTON THE subscriber would respectfully inform farmers, Mechanics, Ac, that lie be hat takeu back and hat now in full operatiou the Carrollton new CUPOLA FOUNDRY. And is amply prepared to furnish to order all kinds of Ploughs, Plough 7'oiitts, Stoves, and Castings of all descriptions, at the ahortctt no tice, and at reasonable prices. A good urd extensive stock of Ploughs, l'oiiitt Stoves, Castings Ac, constantly kept on hand and for aste at low prices, for Cash. Aug. 1, 't7.tf E. McGUIRA', NEW ARRANGEMENT IN TAN NING. Mrt. Regina Karns and tons have purchased the Tannery lately owned by Mi. John W. Young, tnd are prepared to pay the highest prices in cash for BARKS, HIDES & SKINS. They are prepared to do whatever tanning may be desired on the shares. Good work and AStitire satisfaction will be given. The patron age of tbe public is respectfully solicited, PETITION TO SELL. State of Ohio, Carroll 1 In the Probate court county, is. John B. Moody, aa I Elisabeth Wbitla, Administrator of Wil- (widow) William An l am Wbitla, dee'd. drews and Margaret, vs. his wife, of the coun- Elisabeth Whitla et al. 1 ty of JerTerson, in the State of Ohio; Isaac M. Jackman and Jane hit wife, of the county of Dekalb, in the State of Iuditnt; BHIiam Whitla, Eleanor IHiitla, Elisabeth Whitla, Jr., Julian Whitla, John Whitla and David Whitla, heirs at law of Wil liam Wbitla, deceased, and residents of Oar roll county, Ouio, will take notice that on the 17th day of August, 1858, John B. Moody, aa the Administrator of William Wbitla, deceas ed, filed in the Probate Court of Carroll conn 'y, his petition against them, wherein he al ledges that said estate has no personal assets, and that it is indebted in the sum of three thousand dollars, and that said deceased died seized of the following lands situate in said Carroll county, and described as the south west quarter of section twenty-nine, in town ship twelve and range four, except ten acres heretofore sold and conveyed to James Kain; also the west half of the south-east quarter of t-ectiop, township and range aforesaid: also five ucres out of the south corner of the south-east quarter of section thirty five, in township and itnge aforesaid, commencing at the south-east quarter of said section, thence west fourteen rods, thence north far enough to include in an oblong f quara five acres, and prays for the vale of said land for the payment of said debts, and that said petition will, on the 20th day oi September, 1853, move said court for the sale of said land. JOHN B. MOODY, Adm'r of Wm, Whitla, dee'd, by E. K. Eck Yy, his atty. Aug 17th 1858. Ohio Slate and Union Law College ril II IS Institution has been removed to Clevo I land, Ohio. Degrees aro legally confer red, and Students upon Graduating may be adajtlad to practice. For Circulars address, t Cleveland, M, A. KING, 7, l-fiS.-lv. Secretary. k DEPARTURE MAILS. Ot STEUBKNVILLB: A aaivr Tacsday. Thanday and Batarday, at 6 o'clock, P. M. Darters-Meadey, Wed aesday and Friday , at a o'clock, A. M. ft E W MAfVB.Br: Aaaivta DaOv. at C o'clock. P. M. Da nT Daily, at 6 o'clock, A. M. UK t 1 U A . Aaaivta Daily, at a o'clock. P. W Tta raara Dally, at 1 o'clock, A. M. Dmviii A ..,r..Tl.,,rH. at I, mVLmW P It Dinars Wenoeaday, at 7 o'clock, A. M. 4 I. I I t. . I A ! CiuMla - 4 L D If ri parte Thursday, at 6 o'clock, A. If. H AMNUNllavlLLs: Arriyea Tuefdav. at S o'clock. P. M. De part! Monday, at 7 o'clock, A. M. MEW 1 ' H 1 L A U K L V H I A Arriva Saluriliv at t n'rlwk P M IV parte Friday, at 7 o'clock, A. M. bU MM IT V ILL IS: ArrivM Katurdiv At 14 nVUv-k V. He. parta Saturday, at 1 o'clock, P. M. ISbW H AKKlobU Hun: Arrive! Tuetdav. Thursday and Saturday. at 10 o'clock, A. M. Departe-Sstue daye, it C o'clock, A. M, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES OFFICERS. President. James Buchanan. Vice President. John C. Breckenridge Sec. of State Lewis Cass. Sec. of Treasury Howell Cobb. Sec. of InteriorJacob Thompson. Sec. of Navy Isaac Toucy. Sec of War John B. Floyd. P. M. General Aaron V. Brown. Attorney Gen. Jeremiah S. Black. Com. of Pensions Geo. C. Whiting Com. of Patents T. Holt. U. 8. Senators B. F. Wade, George E. Pugh. STATE OFFICERS. Governor Salmon P. Chase. Lieut. Cov. Martin Welker Sec. of State A- P. RusmsII. Treas. of Stale A. P. 8toDe. And, of Slate Francis M. WrigLt. Attornev General C. P, Waleott, B . of Public Works John Waddle, A. G Conover, A. L. Backus. Judges, Supreme Court Thomas Bart ley, Josiah Scott, Jacob Briukeibofi; J. K. Swan, Milton Sutlitt. Com. Public Schools Anson Sroytbe. State Controller Wm. B. Thrall. DISTRICT OFFICER 3. Judges District Court Lyman W, Pot ter, B. F. Hoffman, Horace Wilder. Com. Pleas Court President Judge Lyman W. Potter. Monitor of Congress John A, Sing bam. Seuator Thomas W. Chapman. COUNTY OFFICERS. Representative J. B. Roach . Probate Judge John H. Tripp. Clerk of Court John C. Baxter. Auditor Washington Butler. Treasurer John L. Hunt. Sheriff Edwin Ferrell, Recorder Isaac Ulrasir Pros. Attorney Wm, H.Champer. Commissioners Tho. Wier, J, Stray or, J. Gregg. Infirmary Directors Wm. Nevin, D Rheem, J. Fawcett. Sale of Real Estate by order of Court AN the 28th dav of Aueust. 1868. at 3 U o'clock 1'. M. will be sold on the nreml scs to the highest bidder, the following real estate as the property of J. H. Lindsay decoas cd late of Carroll county, to wit; A part of the north -ast quarter of section ten, township thirteen, range four of lands ordered to be sold at S'teubenville, Ohio; beginning at the south west corner of said quarter section thence east 70 poles, thence north to the road leading to George Ureeus to William Potts', thence in a north easterly direction along said lino to where it crosses the west line of said quarter section, tbeuce said section line to the place of beginning containing atty acres Appraised at 1625,00. Terms cash, SATUATL SMILffY, Adm. of J.F.Lindsay, dec "J. August 4, 158. 4w. ROAD NOTICE. A petition will be presented to tha Com missioners of Carroll county al the September sear MM, praying for an alteration on the road lending from Capper's Mill to Custer's saw mill in Perry township; beginning for the al teration at tbe North end of Joshua Davis orchard, where said road intersects the Bus- bry and Neely roads; thence south along the i ine between tne ianaa ot said Joshua Ztavis and John Butterfield about sixty rods more or less; thence iu a south west direction through lands of said Joshua Davit the best route to intersect tbe road leading from the said John Bulterfield's to the said Custer's saw mill. MANY PETITION AIRS. August 4th 1868. A. G. & R. M. SMITH, DEALERS IN MARBLE. Manufacturers of monuments, tomb stones, table tops, Ac, In the McCook Bouse, corner o t Lisbon and Canal aU., Carrollton, Ohio, would respectfully invite those wishing to purchtte anything iu their line of busiuett, to to call aod see their stock and work before dealing elsewhere, as they are determined to do work as neatly, and onas fair terms aa it can be done elsewhere. Aug. 11.1858. tf. FASHIONABLE TAILORING JAS.G. WILSON. W0UL2 inform the public that he has loca ted in Carrrollton where he will be happy to receive a share of public patronage. Be is determined to get up work in a style not to be surpassed here or elsewhere. Shop immedi ately opposite Cumminga A Couch's store and a few doors west of the "Patton House," where he can be found, at all times. Carrolltqn, O. Aug. l,'57..tf. JAKES GORDON Tobacconist and Confectioner CARROLLTON, OHIO. THE subscriber returns thanks to his friends for the liberal patronage which they have bestowed on him, and would respectfully ask a continuance of the same. JAMES GORDON, spril 7,'58-ly. FAIRBANKS PA TENT L. V. & S. MJKGESS, Cleveland, Ohio, Agents sold by FAIRBANKS & CO.. No 189 Broadway, New York: July 2, 1807. ly. ARRIVAL TOBACCO An assort ncnt of the choicett brands of Chewing Tobacco, also smokiug 7'obacco, Snuff, Piprs, Ac, for gala by GOKDON. DR. V. A. B (EG EL'S COLUMN. DRUGS! DRUGS! Tba aailiiakjaii aaga leave turn thank- loio.aU cuiu I an and the oublic in 1 tor km thai liberal Hfnaata kaV hy nronnt ittautlnn tn i t ,. merit a coaUaatne of their favora. Having beta enraged in tha aaaloeas tor upwards of ten raara, oar Heads are fully peatad in re attrd ta ear qaaMaiHaai tar tha aaa; haace U la soneceaaary for at to ate efoUatn, we would aty, however, that wa tatter oaratlf that we have last nothing hy out experience We now have th-pleasure to inform our cus tomers aud others that we are receiving oar SPUING STOCK! the cities of Philadelphia, Hew York and Pittsburgh. Our Drug departaneal will he ial aod complete, eomprialag all articles usually kept in a first class drug store. Wa have just received a larg aad elegant aaaortaaeat of Borders, Wiudow-shadm, Uuii, Blue and Faxcy. In this line wa cannot (ail to tuit our custom- en, both in quality, vtriety of etyle aud prices. To accommodate oar friends from tbe country we propose to take BUTT KB k EGGS in ax change for wall paper. We have on hand a very nice assortment of Jewelry and Perfumery. If the ladies tannot adorn and perfume them selves here they need not stop this side of the Eastern establishments, as we bare spared no paint to have this department all right. Come and replenish your toilets. We are the regular authorized agent for the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES oi tha day, Wa warrant them pure the real genuine artielea. Call at the Drug Store of Dr. 0. A. Bowel. Carrollton, March 18, 1858. ly WALL-PAPER Prom 60 to 75 different patterns and the latest stylaa. Also bor ders b great variety, and window shades, of green blue and fancy, from the well known establishment of J. B. Breed A Co., New York. These papers cannot be surpassed in quslity, styles or price, west of the mountains. Call and examine them and don't forget, ladies, thst we take butter and eggt in exchange at the drug store of C. A. B. GARDEN SEEDS, from Briggs A Bro., Ro chester, N. Y. A fresh article, done up in papers and packages, at C. A. B's. JEWELRY of all kinds, w aches, clocks, spectacles, silver tea and table spoons, but terknives and a thousand other artie'es in this line too tedious to mention at C. A. BY COD LIVER OIL, raator oil, sweet oil, salad oil, Lard oil, fish oil, Carbon oil from Kier's, Pittsburgh also the Eagle Burning Fluid to be found st the drug establishment of C. A. B. BOERH AVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS TUB CKLEOnATKD HOLLAND REMEDY FuR DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS, LIVER COMPLAINT, WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND, FEVER AND ACUE. And the various affections consequent upon a disordered STOMACH OR LIVER, Such as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Colicky Pains, Heartburn, 7,oas of Appetite. Despondency, (Vostiveues. Blind and Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous, .Rheumatic, and Neu ralgic Affections, it has in numerous instances proved highly beneficial, tnd in others effec ted a decided cure. This isa purely vegetable compound, pro pared on strictly scientific principles, after the manner of the celedrated Holland Professor, Boerhave. Because of its great success in most of the European States, its introduction into the United States was intended more es pecially for those of our fatherland scattered here snd there over the face of this mighty country. Meeting with great success among them, I now offer it to the American public, knowing that its' truly wonderful medical vir tues must be acknowledges. It is particularly recommended to those petsons whose constitutions may have been impaired by tbe continuous use .' ardent spirits, or orther forms of dissipation, liber ally instantaneous in effect, it finds its way a', rectly to the seat of life, thrilling and quicken ' ing every nerve, raising up the drooping spir it, and, in fact, infusing new health and vigor iu the system. NOTICE. Whoever expects to find this a beverage will be disappointed; but to the sick weak aod low spirited, it willprovc a greatful aromatic cordial, possessed of singular reme dial properties. CA UTION! The great" uopukritv of this delightful -dra ma has induced msny imitations, which the public should guard purchasing. Be not per suaded to buy anything else until you have Siven Boerhave s Uolland Bitters a lair trial. ne bottle will convince you how iutiuitcly superior it is to all these imitations. tygold at $1,00 per bottle, or six bottles for 15,00, by the SOLI PROPRIETORS, BEJAMIN PAGE JR & CO. MAN FACTURINU Pharmace lists and Chemists PITTSBURGH, PA., T' W. Dyott k Sons, Philadelphia. Barnes k Park, New Yotk. John D. Park, Cincinna ti. C. A. Boegol, Carrollton. And by Drug gists snd Jerchants generally throughout the United States and Canadas. Feb. 45, '57 ly. ABSOLEM KARN, DEALER in every variety of Cane seat an Winsor chsirs, repairing done on short no. tico Room on Main St., Carrollton, Ohio. july7,: '58. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. TOnCE is hereby (riven that I have been ap 1 pointed executor of the estate of Robt. Mc A'eown, late of Carroll county, deed . Persons ha (tig claims against said estate will present them within one year irom tins date, ana per sona indebted will make immediate payment JOHiVB. MOOJ9Y Aug, 11 Sw. A'xeculor. ROAD NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that there will be a petition presented to the Commissioners of Carroll Co., O., at their next meeting for an alteration of the Hanover and Robert George 7Coad, beginning at the south end of Jackman's bridge, in ICaahington township, thence a south wojterly direction to the south-cast cor of B C. Jackman's orchard, thence south to, or near a hickory tree in N. L. Shaw's mead ow thence east, until it intersects the road at, or near, the wagon shed of said A'. L. Shaw, and there terminate, M-dA'Y rETITIO.VERS, An" 11, lSf. 4w, TUE CLE VELA ND. WOOL DEPOT, Lata hi Mr 4 ii ibe H lifer of I Hit HAS bean la aawallon over four yaaxitaring which parfod, though its prugreM has been impeded by the adverse years of i "M aod 18 61, tha practicability of the plan bat beea clearly deaoaatrated. That tbe huae affords superior advantage to the WOOL GROWERS or TIIK THE w jot .as a medtua lor i ta the hands of tha aaaaaiaetorer, U now no longer a question. Bat iltkswfh a very Urge number of wool Giowert have avail ed thaawerrae of these advantage! daring the latt four years, yet. surprising aa it may ap pear to many, oar receipts have been larger ram Marahaata aad Waal havers than from Wool-growers, and this may be seeoarted for mainly from tha met, that, aa a class, Wool growers hare bean more easily influenced and misled than the former, by the statement! of a few operator! wbo are wholly opposed ta all effort! having for their object the systemati zing of the wool trade, or tbe enhancement of prices to the nrodaear, Tbe past year, characterized as it has been by tbe most disastrous financial embarrass menu, has bean one of the moat unfortunate for negotiating and managing sales of wool, and tha fsct that the enterprise baa bean re markably succeaaful.notwitbstaodiug these dis advantages, and given almost universal aa tit- faction to consignors, should, we think, inspire aumciew connuencv to uraace wriw eooaign- menu from wool growers. Those person! desirous of consulting a Phy- To those who hare been prejudiced by bias eicien, will da wall to call upon D, P as bs rumors, and who hare manifested a want of wil charge nothing for advice. All inlcLd coeMeace ws hare trequeutly made advsaces i big to call, ahoald call early si possible.aa the c-ui m ujo prigv way ui , c oeeu oaerwa ssr their wool. Bach sdrsr-ces, however, should not be required, as the enterprise was started for their benefit.and this object hss been stead ily kept in view, and we hope the encourage ment will be such as to enable us to continue our effort!. Indeed, wool growers, particular ly the present year, csnnot afford to do with out such influence and facilities as this House can extend to them. This vear mutt be a peculiarly favorable one for woof growers to test the merits of the Wool Depot system, and we haiard nothing in assur ing those who are disposed to consign to ut, that they will avail themselves of BETTER PRICES than they can obtain by any other method.and and would, we trust, become permsueot friends ol tbe enterprise. At this Bouso, the Wool is Closely Class ified ! Into different stiles aud grades, thus render ing it more attractive to the manufacurer.who frequently does not wish to purchase mixed lots. Here he can obtain the particular grade of wool adapted to tbe quality of goods be manufactures, and thus can effort' to PAY 3 TO 5 CENTS A POUND MORE Than under the old system of employing a gents and sub-agents to canvass the country to procure his stock. Here he can find uni form grades, which are so well known to Eas tern Manufacturers, that the only expense at tending their buying it a letter or telegraph dispatch, ordering any particular grade and quantity. To those who wish to consign Wool to us, we will forward sacks, by express or other wise, numbered snd msrked so that no other direction would be required to have the Wool reach us. WOOL TWINE For tying up wool, will be sent to those order ing, st Manufacturers' prices. To show our confidence in the future Wool Market, we propose to make more liberal CASH ADVAN CES ! than heretofore, if desired. Hoping to receive a more extended patron age from the wool-growers and Merchants of the west, we promise undivided attention to their interests, snd remain Very truly, Ac, Cleveland, June 2, '6H. GOOD ALE k CO. COUNTY DISTRICTS THE undersigned Commissioners of Carroll county, Ohio, iu pursusnce of law, have, at their June scss'on, A. D. 1B6B, for tbe purpose ol valuation and assessment of taxes on the Real Estate in the atoresaid county, divided the said county into districts as follows: No. 1. Loudon Township. No. 2. Leo " No: 3. Fox " No. 4. East No. 5. Augusta " No. 6. Washington " No. 7. Centra ' No. 8. Perry " No. 9. Union " No. 10. Harrison " No. 11. Brown " No. 12. Rose " No. 13. Monroe " No. 14. Orange " At the October election of lha present yesr an Assessor of Real estate will bo elected in each of the above districts to hold his ofI.cc for the term of six years. Commissioners office, Carroll co, ) Carrollton, June 23rd, 185s. f THUS. WEIR, JACOB STRAYER, Coiu'rs. wU. JOHN GREGG. HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Philadelphia Pa. A Benevolent Institution, established by special endowment for the relief of the sick and distrssed, afflicted with virulent and Epidemic diseases. TO til persons afflicted with Sexual Diseases, such aa Spermatorhcsa, Seminal Weakness, Impotence,Gonorrhoea,Gleet, Syphils the Vice of Onanism, or Self Abuse, Ac. The Howard Association, in view of the de ptions practised upon tbe unfortunate vic tims of such diseases by Qracks, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a Charitable Act worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment of this class of diseases, in all their forms; and to give Medical Advice G-atis, to all who apply by letter, with a description of their condition, (age, occupa tion, habits of life, Ac.) and in cases of ex treme poverty, to furnish medicines free of chsrge. It is heedless to add thst the Asso ciation commands the highest Medicsl skill of the age, and will furuiah the most appro ved modern treatment. The Directors, on a review of the past, feel asssured that their Ubors in this sphere of be nevolent effort, have been of great benefit to the afflicted, especially to the young, and they have resolved to devote themselves, with re newed lesl, to this very important but much despised cause. ust published by the Assoclstion, a re port on Sperniatorhoea, tr seminal Weakness the Vice of Onanism, Masturbation or Sel Abusc, and other diseases of the Sexual Or gans, by the consulting Surgeon, which a ill be sent by mail, (in a sealed letter envelope,) free of charge, on the receipt of two stamps for postage. Address, for report or treatment Dr. George R. Calhoun, Consulting Surgeon, Roward Association, A'o. 2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. iff order of tbe Direotort. Gio.Faircbilo, EZRA D. HEART WE.L, Secretary. President Dec, 24, 1857. To the Honorable Toion Council of the Incorporated Village of Corrollton. The undersigned pray your honorable bodyi to vacate the alleys in Butlers addition of out lots, to the town of Carrollton, or so much thereof as lies in the following boundaries' viz: commencing st the north-east corner of lot No. I in said addition, thence west to the north west corner of lot No. 13 in said addition on I tho road leading from Uarrollton to new iia- cerstown; also the alloy between lots jno. n, and 7, an. 98 and 28 in said addition. Tbe reasous for said vacation, are 1st. That said alleys are of no advantage to the public- ... ... 2d. The subscribers own the lands on both, sides of said alleys, and it would make it moie convenient for their private use to have taid vacation granted. .Signed Aujtist ll-1', hv the Lot Owners. AKiitT Airoivrsii-:.vri. Dr. L V. l'ksree wil U la lha lha felawiag aaah place. ataaaa r alali a hat aa da ta laaapslaaa Uataa llama. Taaalay Aaa. 17 Waxien Uaaklll Haaaa -4.rm.rf la OaailaU I boatwick llt,Thaasiay AHmi M uouas, rrtJav .lugtut iU. Widow Wtarra Hm MUt k K Stl A -:. WaisvUU WabMraUaaaaTaaaaa) .dagaatM. Hanover lease House, Wednesday doawtt ze. ' Ytagliog UoaseThenday mH. flanatwea Patten Hawaa, Vriday Aonat X7 Mar marwagh at the Public Doase. Hal. Aac. Newumaalia Aasariaaa Haass Maaday AsT M. Viaaa WWrnm Uoaaa 7aesday Aagast H. Zra. Pisact would lateral that be ia read, to receive ealli Irea aO peraoaa who are aanieied with diseases ia tha meat ooaspieatad, at will aa tha asaat sample form, aad aa he has had the moat perfect eaeeeat la rabrvhtg tba aafctag. oi uose woo nave appUbd to aim, he Batters hlmeitf that a are. at taakmg his advice, will it, aad alter loUoeinr bis mild prasnlptioos, wiU not complain of diseased teeth or rained coo stita lions, from tbe elect of edit lilt given in great deeaa, without a thought of the future happiness and health ol tPe patient. Ur . Pisact th nkt a email quantity of modi cine properly administered, with the advice which he can rive in retard to diet, esarekta. Ac., will, If strictly followed, build up quber than undermine tbe constitution of t .we who Lue rl ready attacked with tune ia limited, and tbe appointmenta will be pnoctually kept as above. Jane 9. I sie. OHIO LAW BOOKS . H, W. Derby & Co Cincinnati, HAVE JUST PUBLISHED A RE VISED EDITION OF SiuansnetuCraitisc On the Law rekttiug to the Powers and Du ties of JUSTICE8 OF THE PEACE, and Constables in the State of Ohio, with prac ticable Foi ina, Ac. Seventh Edition; Revised, Corrected tnd enlarged, to conform to the Statute in force. Daeambcr. 18.17. Price ft4 . oo, for which turn it will be tent by mail, pre- paid. F ire Copies for $2, or Ten Copies for h a Tba excellency and utility of this star ling Work are so well known that no testimo nials neea uere ne presentee:, cm race it to say that it is alike indispensable to the Magistrate. convenient to tbe Attorney, and useful to tbe man of Business. SWAN'S REVISED STATUTES OF OHIO : H..KliuliaH La niiM.i.n-a nf ,K. l.i n( tL. T ral Assembly of pril 18, 1854, and embrac ing all tbe Laws of a general nature, in force August, 1854, with reference to prior repeal ed Laws. Price $5,00, for which it will be tent by mail, pre-paid. Five cop et for $2t,U0. This is the only authorized collation of tbe Statutes in force, and references to it wa conclusive in the Courts. NASH'S PLEADING AND PRACTICE, UNDER THE CIVIL CODE: Embracing Discussions of the Principles of the Code, with a great variety of Forms, useful in Practice. Price $5,00, for which it will be sent by mail, pre-paid. Five Copies for $20. A Book of great utility to tbe profession, and to Officers ol Court. B"II. W. Dssby k Go. also publish the fol lowing valuable books : Kentucky Reports 63 vols. Ohio Reports 26 " McLean's 0. C. Reports 6 Johnson's Chancery Reports 7 " Nash '8 Digest of Ohio Reports 1 vol. Gwynne ou Sheriffs sud Coroners 1 " Holcombe's Equity Jurisprudence 1 " Barton's Suit in Equity 1 " They would invite the attention of the legal profession to their stock of valuable Law Books. They have on hand an assortment as large and various as that of any dealer iu tbe United States. Tbcy will forward any books, free of expense, on receipt of regular price. Jnne !, 1858. mm ARE JUST RECEIVING THEIR SPRING GOODS! COMPRISING EVERY VARIETY Ot THE LATEST STYLE DRESS GOODS, CONSISTING OF BLACK, FANCY, AND BROCADE FRENCH ORGANDEES, OMBRI CHALLIES, PERSIANS, CHALLl ROBES, ROBE-A-QUILLE, CRAPE MARETZ, PLAIN WOOL DE LAINES, FRENCH JACONETTS, FRENCH and AMERICAN CHINTZ, LAVELLA LAWNS, FANCY AND DOMESTIC GINGHAMS. AND ALSO, A GOOD STOCK OF Trimmings, Pique Sets, Collars and S leaves, Velvit .Ribbons, Braids, Bugle, Zaoe snd French-work Collars, Marvaillies, Hyacinth and Fancy Dress Buttons, Stella Shawls and Scarfs, iinens, Velvet Rugs, Plaiu and Fancy Cases meres, Cloths, Sa'inctts, Tweeds, Ac, Boots, St)oc0f fcc., All of which we invite the attention of c telo mere, as our goods have be.ii selected with much care t' suit the wants of persons wsnt ing nice and Cheap Goods; And we respectfully say to the public that we can sell as cheap or cheaper than can be bought elsewhere. Call and examine our stock, as we chaige nothing for showing goods. In cansequeme ol the tightness of the times we sre determined to sell Goods very low for "hVudv Pav" or to prompt buyers on short time CUMMINGS& COUCH. Carrollton. April IB, '6S-moi3. R. E. SELLERS CO., PITTSBURGH, PENN' J. OOUM or WOOD 4 SJUXlBD sTUITS, AT Till OLD MAID Or (MOM 4 atmassi OrYER for tale, kt aaaalWai ta aaM parsatsssta, a nam late imiiiaaitl iff .. . ? , Uhamiaals, Ommt, OtV, Dye WooaU. Adda. Die fcrStat Mats, flbua Hi t, Surgical ataga aad Zinc Paint, tugti w. m km suit aaaiajMa. liigttaer with every Inur ata, Pateat ledhrktea. White Lead. prwfrietart of Sadler's OalahraliJ UrerPQlj, V Oka Ijtam Agenu for axle of Kensington White Lead, (Phna.)-qisJUy equal ta boat iu Kukri eii warranted full eurht. Jkm, Petri Baaw Warns. Agents for saU of Hal k Coaaall't Para White Lead, "few Tort. ) New W Orders will have prompt attention, aad .priM.ltej. ' ' UAS. HUSTON. HUSTON & RUKENBROD. NEW ARRIVAL OF spring km mrnmrn o o CCS A awm. O id 33 GOODS! CONSISTING CLOTHS, WHITE LEAD. GASSIMERES, OILS, SATTINETS, NAILs, SILKS, SASH, CHALLIES, GLASS, DELAINES, LEATHER, LAWNS, PLASTER, GINGHAMS, LIME, HARDWARE, FISH, QUEENSWARE, SALT, dec , &c. 3S -5 r-3 aflf Carrollton, Ohio, April 21, CORN AND COB MILL, With Triple Sells of Crushers and Double Grinding Surfaces Tho unparalelled success of tbe Little Giant during more than three years, time, indue the Proprietors to consider it no longer an experiment, bnt a permanent and most' decided "Injlitution-" Its value to Farmers and t'eedets became patent at an early period of Ha exis tence, and the demand for it was commensurate with its excellencies. Like all other articles however, of sufficient merit to attract attention, it was soon beaet with a crowd of opponen s detractors and imitators, all eager to sun themselves hi tha sunshine of its reputation and fatten on its bsrd-earned fame. Met and vanquished at one point, they sprang up in another with aa much vitality, apparently, as if possessed with the nine lives of tie est. There is not oco of the Little Giant's imitators which it has not beaten, whenever and wherever a fair tea t and trial has been obtained; and not one that dare meet it fair and square in trial of merits at this present time. At the State Fair oi the following States, the past season, the First Premium wit award ed the Li ttie Giant, via: ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, KENTUCKY- Appended is an extract from a Report of the trial at the Iowa State Fair, at Muscatine, on the 10th of October last "The Corn and Cob Mills were represented by the Little Gisnt, Axcelsior Young America, and Star JfTHs, and an animated contest took place for the set of silver plates which had been placed at tbe disposal of the Society by James B. CLadwick, of St. Louis. In fifteen revolu tions, with tame team and quality of Corn, the Mills ground as foiluw?; The "Little Giant," One and three-fourths bu.-hel- Corn and Cob Meal. "Excelsior Tonng America," Seven-eights of one buihe J " "Star Mill," Five-eighths of one bushel ' The Committee unanimously awarded the premium to the "Little Gmat," SOME OF ITS MANY ADVANTAGES A HE: 1. I ncerased capacity, with diminished diameter, by the use of double cones, thus econo mising the power employed, snd spending the wear over so great a surface that it is hardly perceptible; even after grinding many thousand bushels. 2. ,o oil or grease is required on any part of the machine, thus avoiding the possibility of damage by careless attendance. 3. Tbe -ever is attached to a separate piece or "driver," thus relieving the Mill from irritation caused by the weight of levers, and irregular strains when they are attached directly to tbe grinding shell, as in other Mills. 4 The substitution of a strong box in place of legs, thus removing the liability of breakage of lcgs'.aud, at tbe tame time, furnishing a sale reservoir for meal, without additional expense or trouble. 6. The superiority of the cob-breaking and crushing arrangement, enadltng us to do a large portion of the work neat the centre of the Mill, thereby saving power. 6, The great strength which ia secured by the peculiar shape and arrangement of the whole, together with freedom from breakage or damage to the grinding parta, when nails, sticks, bricks, pebbles, or other hard substances liable to be found among corn, accidentally Bud their way into the Mill a perfection arrived at from long experience in the composition of metal for this particular use, 7. Xast, but by no means least, it is not injured by being allowed to rnn empty. To give the farmers some idea of the durability of this Ifili we give one certificate from amongst the thousands which wa receive of equal merit and from men of the highest standing. Head the following: Bi'ptalo Fcbjiaci, Gaixxcr Co , A'tNTtcsr, March 11, 1:57. Hedges, Free A Co. (successors to Scott k Hedges,) Cincinnati, Ohio. Guts: Please send us by Steamer Sciota, one of your fifty dollar Little Giant Mills and charge to our account. We got a piece of Fig Iron into the mill purchased from Messrs, Scott A Hedges last year and broke it. It had ground 23.000 bushels of com and cob meal, and when we broke it, it wrs doing just as good work as ever. Please send immediately, and oblige yours A. , YAVDYK.S k C This Hill is also turnisnea witn an extra set w'uhinff a Corn and Cub Mi 1 will please address rroll county, Ohio; who will furnish them with a mill at the shortest notice, andif the. mill does not grind as well as is represented in this notice the buyer is uotasked to keep it, W only ask the people to try our mill before buying elsewhere. FRANCIS vY3Tp4f Oct. 2i, lt7 u, Ornci or ihk Jcooi of Probate ) Carrollton, Jnne, 30, 1858. f TIIK following accounts of Executors, Ad ministrators and Guardians have been filed in this office, and are tjf for hearing on Monday, the Snd day of August A. D. 1858, at 1 0 clock r. . 01 saiu uay, auu wm uc continued from day to day until all are lispo- sed of. Tne filing and pendency of which Ac coununtaand heirs interested will lase nonce, vix: ... First accouutof Seth Brsnt sdmimstrator ot estate of Daniel Herman dee'd. ' " of William James guardian of minor heirs ot inos. James de ceased. Second " of Philip Smelts and Michael Abrahnns executors ot mcnaei A brah i 1 us dee'd. Final " ol Wm.Gimmeson and Jacob Woy exeCutoiB ot John Uimtueaon de ceased. " " of John Iden executor of John Edwards dee'd. " of Amos Cair adm'r. de bonis non of John Heacock dee'd, " estate of Thos. Cumm ngs dee'd, by It. M. Cumminga exu r of An thony Cummings dee'd, who was one of the exeouVs of said Thos. Cummjngs' estate. Ueariue, Au gust, 23d, 1858, at li o'olock m. S JOHN H. TRIPP, June 80,' 8-td. Probate Judge. Aad ead,Lam. artiste embraced la aar Jersey Ztoe Paint, : - FuT. Weight. ha tied apaa the moat 1 tsrwi.. CHA8. RUKENBROD. a a f i & fa tr S3 GOODS! IN PAE1 OF 1859. 3 01 gnnuers lor grinning son corn. Any person their order to Francis K'eston, Aueutta.Cai- Road Notice ! The Supervisors of Roads and Highways in Carroll County; are hereby notified that the Commissioners of Carroll County, at their J aaa Session, "in accordance with tha law parsed April 1 3th, 1 8W." Ordered; that the lima for wot kin out tha Road taxes, charged to the property holders of said county, be extended to the first day of October, 1 858. WASH. BUTLER, And. Car. Co. 0. Carrollton June 7th, 18A8. 3w. NO T1CE. THE Farmers and Afechanics Afercantile as sociation of H'ayneeburgh, Stark co., Ohio, a having disposed ot tneir entire eioca 01 Goods to G. ?. Augustine k Co., tho will continue the business at the old stand) hereby nolity all those indebted to said issoeisliou. that their accounts snd notes most be settled immediately. The books and notes remain m the hands of G. P. Augustine, former Agent of the association, who is authoaettleriaed to and receipt for the same. By order of the Board of Hreeton. MATHIA3 FIRESTONE Prett. Waynesburgh, apriUH, "5tt-f, ! aad EVERYTHING Tees, Soda, Cream Tartar Crackers, Pepper, 8ng,ar Sand, Soap, No ftions, Toys and everyth ng else Imaginable or sale by CORDOg.