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Bit. TOWN a END'S
fS AP ARILLA.
I ftpriag a4 Hammer 7Xe4tcit.
.SDi.R AND BLESSING Of TUB AGE.
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TW frswt MMif ftrMritr of tku SrkjnlU
torn alt tKlwr mvtiiciMa ta,fcii tndMtM Jumii, it
tnprim t IpUjr. It it ot of tb nrr (Mac
SPRING AND SUMMER MEDIsKVES
f.vm kmi ; H aly pnAm liM k ayM a ad
UvagttiaAa th perse, kwt it eraaiM aJ net
MooU : a powar piinJ bv ahar iAaina. Aud is
ius Uaa tit fraad Mtrai f iu Wrl mks. It htu
aarforaMtd vidua tbo t ira year, atAM than I 0,000
caraa mi ostomn we T Jiimim ; at teaat 15,000 war
s aaji JaredMa araltta. It ku saved tWa a at af aoti
Ifaaa 6.0U0 ckiklraa taa two paat mmom.
10,000 caaarGrrn1 Debility n waal
f Nerraai Karrytr
Br. Tawaasad'a Saraapartila inviwratra taa wbola ira.
tea paraMaaatly. Ta tboaa who aava lost Nteir aiuaca
Ur aaarfjr ajr laa effneu of aw)iciu or iudiaarvtioa coa
akVai m you tit, ar th cira iaduljrattca of tba paa
iona, and In outlit oa by a ptkyiical pmtratiaa of tha aer
voai ayatcm, lassilnde, waut of ambition, fait, tint aaaaa
lioaa, pramaittra decay and decline, butroiair towarda
that foul hflcaa, Consumption. cu b ntirtly pastoral by
this plaaaaut rantody. Tliia Saraiarilla ia fcr superior
t any &
At It kmwi and luvtynrattia tha system, givaa activity
to tha litnba, aad strength la tba Muscular altera, ta a
Moot utraor dinagr degrea. Sf -
0aa asf Strengthen, Cmumptem h f und.
JBrwncAiti$, Commmplwm, Liwr Co Gtttd,
m Ctrrk Covfh, Asthma, Spitting of Blood,
Scromtoo ia tko Ct, Ntcttc FivA, flight
waf, Occult ar Profuse EiptctQ.
rution, uxn ta th Side, ac, hnvt
4, ties ana! ca t ckt4.
Aew York, Jpril, mt
Pa. T0WWSND. I verily believe your Ura(iarilla
baa beea the meant, through Provuecc, of lavtug my
life- I have fur aeveral yean hid a bad Cuiijli. It Ua
cama worse and aorse. At lift 1 rained large quantities
of blood, had night sweat, and was greatly debilitated
and reduced, and did not expect to live. I have ouly
asftd your 8arsaparilla a short time, and there has a won
derful change, been wrought iu me. I am now atle to
walk a)t over the city. 1 raise no blood and my coun
as left ma. You ean well imagine tuat I am thankful for
Aeea resulta. Your obe ittf nt servant,
, WM. RUSSELL, 65 Catharine st.
' Fcasnle Medicine.
Dr. Townsend's Saraaparilla is a novnrci?n nnd speedy
. cure for incipient Consumption, Barren ess, Prolapsus Uteri
or Falling of the Womb, Costiveness, Piles, I.eiicorrhwa,
or Whites, obstructed or difficult Menstruation, lnconti
. aenco of Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof, and for
the general prostration of the system no matter whether
the result of inherent cause or causer produced by irregu
larity, illness or accident Not h in if can be mrtre surpris
ing than its invigoratiug effects on the human frame. Per
sons of all weakness and lassitude, from taking it at onre
become robust aud full of energy under its influence. It
immediately counteracts the nervctcspness of the lemule
frame, -which is the great cause of Barrenness. It will not
be e i pec tod of us, in cases of so delicate a nature, to ex
hibit certificates of cures performed but we cull assurfi the
afflicted, that hundreds of cases hive been reported to us.
Thousand of cases where families ha " loeti will; nut
children, afrer lining a Hiw bodies nfiuis i. '.aMc medi
cine, have becil bles&od with fiiio, healthy ottVpiin
To Itlothrra and married I.ndica.
This Extract of Saraaparilla lias been t:.vrrs-jly prepa
red in rcforenceHo female coniplainls. No female who
has reason to suppose site is approaching that critical pe
riod, The turn of lift,' should nepleet to take it, as
it is a certain preventive for any of the numerous and
horrible diseases to which females are subject at this
time of life. This period may ht delayed for sevirat''
years by using this medicine. Nor i it less valuable
for those who are approaching wonninliood. as it is cal
culated to assist nature by quiiUf ninsj ihr. blood unri in-
vigoratinff tlic eystpm. Indeed, tins medicine is invalua
ble Car all the delicate diseases to whicli women are sub
It braces tticwnoie Kystrm, remms perniunnnttv the
natural enertrie.. by reui'jvin? the impurities oi tho body,
not so far siimulaiing tt to prnducp siiltsequ'nt relaxation,
which is the case of most medicines taken for fr tunic weak
ness and disease. By UMtig a few bottles of'tiiis medicin,
many severe and painful surgical opcratious may be
Great bl?ein to ?Ioilirra A- Children.
It is the safest and most effectual medicine for puri
fying Uwysieju, and relieving the fiitlerius arteiulaut
Bpon child-birlh evor discovered. It strengthens both the
mother and child, prcvenu p.iin aud iliaeaje, iuciuas
and enriches the food, thuso who have uod it think
it is indispensable. It is highly uaelul both before and
after confinement, as it prevents diseases attendant upon
childbirth in Cobtivamg, Piles Cramp, Swelling of tun
Feet, Deinondency, Heartburn. Vomiting, Pain in the
Back and Loins, False Pains, Hemorrhage, and in regu
lating the lecretiotis and eqmtliziog the circulation it has
no equal. The srreat bcautv of this medicine is. it is al-
1 ways safe, and the most delkutn use it most successfully,
very few ces ra'tiir any other inedicine, in some a
little Castor Oil, or Maguei;i, is ireful. Exercise in the
open air, and light food with fit is medicine, will always
ensure a safe and easy confinement.
ReanSy nnd lien lib.
Cosmetics, Chalk, and a variety ot preparations gen
erally in use, when applied to the fuen, very mjoii spoil it
of its beauty. They close the nores of the skin ami
check tlie circulation, which, whf-n nature i not thwarted v.
by disease or powder, or the skin r. illumed by the alka
lies used in soap, beautifies its own production in the
3, "human face Diviue," as well as in the garden of rich and
delicately tinted aud vuri?galed flowers. A free, active
aud healthy circulation of the fluids or the coursing of
the pure, rich blood to the extremities, is that which
faiats the countenance in the most exquisite beauty,
t is? that which imparts the indescribable shades and
flashes of loveliness that all admire, but none can de
cnbe. This beauty ia the offspring of nature not of
powder ortnap. If there is net a free and healthy circu
lation, there is no beauty. If the lady i fair as driven snow,
r if she psiut, and use cosmetics, and the bleed is thick,
cold and impure, she is not haauttiul. if she be brown
or yellow, and t her is pure and active LioeJ, it gives
. a rick bloom to tbe che.sk, and a brilliancy to their eyes
that is fascinatiu?.
Tha is why the soathern, and especially the Spauisii
. adiea, are so niteti adjured Ldes ia the north who utta
out little iretM or are confined in close rooms, or have
apodad tat cotttoVxioa hy the applieatioa of deleteri-
aa nujjture, if titrj muk to rejriia efaaticity of atp,
hwAyatft tp'riia, parikMn ? 5 s aw I bnn.ittfui eomp)x?ott
they sfwid imc Dr, Toxwatiit Sanwpariiia. Thou
mmU who kara cried! it ar more thaa sa:i4l are dtgUt
ai. LaiiMa af averj sfctfitt crawd our aUe tUii.
- ?faiee ia ibe I,adia.
Thwie tnM KuKXta &r. T-wWH.t' SurrapTfiT?, hivs
' wwBTTwhtyea!lieiCthiraira?rrt Rmd far FtmutLts.
a..v Ac. awdl Stase (wwrf wu fa-EUa aad rircaUrv wUich
tafaicw 8 ttaMrMwptavra nf wotae'A. word for word oiev
awwa pot ap avdiccae. krre, siace great soceeas
afitr. Tawasrais Sr-apmfiira in eompEait incident to
feandea,rcoaSKnd4thir aJthough nrrioUy tUry did
aC A number of ibe-e mixture?, Yulf, &c, are iuja
sfooa ta females, an they aggravate disease, and ander
bmib the const ittitto 11. Dr. Townsend's is the ouly and
aeat remedy for the uomM-ous female complaints if
rarely, if ever fails of effecting a permanent cure. It
caa be taken by the most delicate females, in any eate,
r by those expecting to become mothers, with tha
greatest advantages, as it prepares the system and
. ' re vents pain or danger, and strengthens both mother
ud child. bectretul to get the genuine.
;" Hero fit In Cured.
T tiAet eonetueively proves that this Sarsnpnrll
- aaa awSer vatrol over the moit ohntiuate diseases of
e f&kuaeV Tiiroe ceroaf cured iu one house is uuprcca-
Dr. Tiwaeeiatf Ovw iSir : I luve tfie ptcaKiira to In
rm jro IkMtWw W 1 1 ildren hiire br.ea cured of the
uiofuli by tae t s(ytit llent mdieine. They
ere alflicted ery Mvenjlf with bad uir ; have taken
(bar bottle, ; h Unk Mum sy (ut utiicli I feel ail
nader great obligation.
-, Youra, repeifl1,
' v' ISAAC W. CttAlH, 194 Wrater et
Opinion of Fhyauiaas. '
Dr. Townaend ia alrooft dvily rescvivwi rdef from
Pkrneiana in did'ore nt paru of the I'kh. "
This ia to certify that we, the anderwifom), P!iyitian
, of the City of Albany, have iu numeioo.ca.ea prcKrit''d
.Dr. Towoaenil'a Baraaparrilla, and believe it to be one
u. of the saoat vaJoabie preparationa in the market.
H. P. PUI.INU, M. D.
s ! ar, - -- - J. WII.HON, M. I.
v , : R. E. BR.IUH8. M. D. '
". P. E. ELMENDOar, M. P."
i , AJlajiy.AprHI, 1813.
"" ' V.--- " CAVXIOW. ' '
- Ooiauj t f1 ancceaa and immenas sale of Dr
- . Tewsaesd'a ttaraaparilla) a number of men who were
foi i amty oor Ayeni. have rammenced making Baraaparilla
' - Enraaa, Elixirs, Biuars, Euracta of Yellow Dock, Ac.
Tkey geaeraliy pot it tip ia the same shaped bottles,
aad ma of tee have aioieo and copied our advertiae
" maan, they ar oaly worthless imitations, and shoild
, ..J.r' aajavoiSlv,, ... ,.. "
- 'A Principal Ontee. I'M VVVTOIf STREET, Bun Bnrld
v '(, M. , , Rlditij to, 8 8tat street, Boaton ; Dyoll
' ', A doaa, 133 North Vcond itrect, Philadelphia; 8. .
Keoce. Draniat, Baltimore . P. M. Cohen. Ciiarleatoa :
'.;'? Wrifht Co, 151 Chartre. atreet, New Orleani; 1(a)
j . : BimiU roan atreer, Albany i and by all the principal
, Irrevvitn Ucrchasts (reneruHy tHrougboat tia laf
-Sad States. Weal Ili n.l the Caaadaa
?5ff P talaitt fjymcrithby
, iAcillA'S 1KEATISK ON BUSf.
35S i or so' 'ly
A. C. D BlJUfc.SOrf.
-DR. CHRISXfli'S .
Zi a SpeJy and Thorough Curt
i fiYtx ud igot, Pu&b lint, ScmiUut ud
AMB AU TBI TAUOUS JOSMS Of-
U" li contain neither Qn uint, oor iny lortn
ol mDrat or vrgeubla puicon, whrnterer
VSK furibeA U BALAAM, and b. ioduced
to take nothing cUe.
GE.NERAL WESTERN AO EST,
II. n. WOOSTEO, Plymouth, O.
Sold in Plymouth, by II. M. WOOS
TER ; Shtlby, George W. Moore ,
Waynnburg, Simt !f Son; Bucyrus,
R. T. Johnston Co. ; New Washing;
ton, Win. H. Prutl ; Altica, Jf'uu Iiin,
tngrr; Chatfirld, Webber Cortrlght;
Home, Daniel Pifer ; Man dJo
scph Dell; and by dealers in Medicines
throughout the country. oct25 y
For Horses and Cattle.
rpHESE rOWDERS Iiavc.by long ex-
penence necu lound to be h'hJy useiul lor
di-eafes to which Horses and Cattle a.e subject
viz : Hide-bouml, Leas of Appetite,
Pounder, IuwarJ Strains, 1'ellow Water, Tnfliini'
alion df the Evoh, &.C. It caniesof all Gio-8
Humors, ami purifies the blood.
Price Tvtenly-fite Cents per Package.
Which is acliiiow leilgcd to be the best known
Liiiimcnt, for the cute of Cut?, Bruises, Spraius,
XI iiiilsull, Spavin. Lameuess,
anil all and every external conitilaint or injury
10 which the Hune is liable. For use in families
for the cure nf
RHEUMATISM, SPRAISS, e
it his no superior, it indeed an equal Price,
One Dollar tor large, and Fifty ceuts foi small
The above valuable Medicines are for sale
bv the following Agents.
H. M. Wcoster, Plymouth, Ohio; R. T. John
ston & Co, Bucvruo; !eo. w. Moore & Co ,
Shelby; Win li. Prat', New Washington
Sitns'fc Son, Way esburg ; H. Smith, reeu
tied ; Daniel Piter, Rome : M. F. & T. S-
o st r, Norwalk. oct22
rI1HE only nsediciqe
X tent wm ever f ranted by I
e for which a p
the Unitfd States.
As ftlrt. welt known, remedy that needa no reenm
mendauon. For Sale bv
MU. . W003TER.
PR VATE )ISEASE8.-D
Prown, No. 41 fiamoud Alley,
devotes his whole attentiou to
an office practice His business
.1 r. I . . r
y ia u-oauy uuniiucu to rrjvaip
'Veneret Diseases, and such
painful afTections, brought on
v irrnrndpnee. voulhfiil indnl.
gence aa.l exress. Sypbillis,
Syphilit c Eruptions, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stric
'ire, Ure.hal Discharge.?, Impurity of the
Blood, wilh all Diseases of the Venereal Or
gan, Skin Diseases, Scorbutic Eruptions; Teller,
Ringworm, Mercurial Diseases, Seminal Weak
ness, Impoteiicy, Piles, Rheumatism, Female
Weakness, Monthly Suppressions, Diseases ol
the Joints, Fiatnla in Auo, Nervc us Aflociions,
Painrin the Hack and Loins, Irritation of the
Bladder anil Kidneys, successfully treated. Cure
Sixteen years' practice (six in PiUiburghl en
ables Dr. Brown to offer assurances of a speedy
cure lo all who may comer under his care.
Letters from a distance, containing a fee for
advice, will be immediately answered.
Office and Private Consultation Rooms, 41
Uamend Alley, Pittsburgh, Pa. Chsiges mod-
- A lie liest unt Cheapest.
5 CENTS -A . YE AR IN CLUDS.
. THE IRON ClTY,rl,
A" FAMILY Hi-.WSPAPER.'flevoted '
X X to Literature, Belles Uttres, Commerce, Educa-iL
lion, Luteal Latent News, Reports, Agriculture,,!
J8' Science, fc. Pnbliahed ever Wedneaday, at
2'ii,89 l"'"1"-.. "b'h, BARIl M'UOfALD,
One Copy, per year, in advance, tlfiQ
Six copies at one time, per year, 5,00
1 hirteen copies, " 10,00
Twenty r . " . . 15,00
All letter must be franked or
scrirjticne cent hy mail for th Iron I
City, are alihe, tik
f ta Publisher. Persons ssnding enbacrlptloas are at
nd risk whatever. No snbacrintion take for laaa ik.
una year- All Poetmaaters are our authorised Agents,
and by lb decision ot th Po 9 matter wejtma! are ar.
uonseo m liana leuere.tuijiain'ng money, cc,trtas
TIN it SHEET IRON WARE,,
Carpenter's Tools. 3Lc.
North Side Public Square, Plymouth, O.
H SEYMOUR, would inform ibo cil
turn of PIvBoaik, i4 vtctakT. tbal k bu oa
bavd, fur wlo a tug awortaml of
COAL AND WOOD STOVES,
fvailoui(tylManl,ltM,wklek b4 rfedfM kiswlflc
inpcM x i,usris,uin can M fceught aiMwam.
His stock was mImi4 with th. trwlsM cam, aaa wKk
sMcial rsfcrMK tO'tanailHj aaa .Mrsic. Th stjrlw
ar vuwd, and mmmuftti fcs ksaanr sa rtctaaws of
- COOKING STOVES.
Ms attrk W nMrpw4, nbnctn twslvo vanotrM,
a4 will k mnlt u tha Mraat poaaiblo peters, ita kas
alio a uux auon m.iit ot'
eomnriiinf T.rythin Beaded ia a bmltv, aad win be
old r h ier than caa be bought at any ntbar atakltab
nient In uia country. Also a general asaonoKBt of
0 Carpenter' Tools,
and eaa supply Carpenters, and others, with say qnanti
ty, and of th hwt qi'alitv. la every branch of Hi
bttfiner. ha la iteiermliiin not In he outdone, and weul I
rrntiertlhe ,uhlic tocslland satuf Ihsmtelrss, that
uch is the ease.
J. DEVENY, JR'S.,
S3 JP CQ LE5. C2Q 3
(Next door to the Exchange Hotel.)
WHERE may be found constantly on
hand, a complete assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
made by the best woikmen, from the most se
lect styles and of American and Foreign fab-
hies. The proprietor having made arrange
ments with the largest establishment in New
York and Plii'adelplna to supply ruin with the
INewest styles ol every description of fashion
able materials. E ery exertion that capita)
Can demand, ingenuity devise, or skill accom
plisli, is brought m'.o exercise t o produce, not
II ET CLOTHIG,
but to sell at the lowest possible prices.
In connection with the above, thore will be
uniformly kept on hand, a supply ol
Hoot-, Siiocs, uats ana caps,
of the latest styles ; also Trunks, Carpet Hags,
i-'alice?, Umbrellas, Shirts, Collars, Cravat,
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, Under Gar
ments, &c. , &c, all which will positively be sold
as cheap aa at any establishment in Ohio.
''articular attention will be paid tn the man
ufacturing of clothiug to order, having on hand
a fine assortment of cloths, cassimeres, plain
and faiiey, buff caaimeres, buff Marseilles, plain
and fancy, fancy silks, sali", &c.
Having entirely adopted the catn system, h
is prepared to offer still better bargains than
heretofore. The public are invited to call ant
examine his stock of goods be'bre purchasing.
DU BOIS' BOOK STORE.
SOUTH BIDC PUBLIC SdUAiE,
A C. DU BOIS & SON, would re-
XJ speclfully inform the citizens of Ply
mouth and vicinity, that they are constantly
receiving large and well selected atocka of the
latest publications, including
Literary, Theological, School,
Scientific, and Miscellaneous Works,
which they will dispese of, as cheap as any es
tablishment in Northern Ohio.
Tbey also hare on hand, a le ge and deiirable
WALL ND WINDOW PAPER,
to which they invite the attention of those
wishing to purchase.
FANCY GOODS AND TOYS,
in great variety. In
their assortment ia full, embracing everything
needed. Those wishing to uurchase will find it
their interest to call and exatuine oc25
DEtLEB IN "
PI. YOT OUT II.
A Ready Pay Store in Plymouth.
TVV. CROVVELL io now receiving
hia Full and Winlr KnnA nhinl.
mbra -ea all kiadt o f .
Dry Goods, Dry Groceries, Crockery,
Ready-made Clothtns, &c.
which will bo offered at the lowest possible pric
es, lor KLAUY-rAY. Persons wishing to
avail themselves of the privilege of bujing
go d Goods at fair and regular prices, will do
well to call aud examine this sesorlment, for
our motto is " smalt profile and ready sales."
A LARGE assortment of all kinds usually
kept by the trade. Such as v
Plaid De Laines,
Figured De Laines,
All of which will be sold lorC SH.
Call and see SPECER & WhIGHT.
Plymouth, Oct. 23th, 1853.
Scene at a Tea Party.
WHY Mrs. S.i this is very fine Tea.
1ir-T w, inn, fttimir inanl inn ! nr. 1,
.Uogelher ahead of anything I've tasted. It
beats any tea we have had in our houre, says
Mr. P, where did you get it Mrs. S i AtCulp
and Croninger's. Well, if I don't sand over
whrn I get home, and get a poundwhat is the
pnie7 Mrs. 8 Unly 4s. Only 4s 1 La me!
we paid .6s tor tea not half as good. . but the
whole .party, bound for
THE Bb.ST BRAND in market, the
PI mouth Mill, is kept constantly on hand,
for aale by EBBEtf fc (.OUTRIGHT. This
Flour is made of the best white wheat, express-
lv for family use, and put up in sacks and half
sacks, and is pronounced the best, ever sold in
Plymouth. ..... , . . , .' .. - f. ...
10 THE LADIES-
SHAWIS, all eorls and kind., with
silk plaids, wool plaids, De Laioej, Cash-
mere. Thibet Cloths. Freueh Merinos, latest
styles, watered velvet, French collar, etc, at
ine utiantei etor, by
C17LP th CRONINGBR.
DR. M. ARHITBOMG.
fully ia Torea uei lj-
M ol llyeaoailn,
aa4 vrciarty, thai
b kaa peraoaaw tly
ocaioj b aMatr ia
Uisplac. wbr bt
wU atiaMsd ia all
U rarto-w braacb-
ia th moot lmprec! atyl. Ho has ukea
.articular )airis I uaiora buna 1 1 la all Ita va
ri his bra ncliea. Hiajarork will b done as cboap
as eaa b afforoVd aaywhoro. Call aad e (or
yoartoUo. M ark warraaied to rivwaatisfaetioa
fBochargea bus Offisa ovor S. H. 8trr's
Store. riymouih, Oct. 35. lSi3.
ra i .
. DR. LORD,
inform inform th
Id habitants af Ply.
month and tba sur
b ia prepertd to inaert from on to a wholt act
4 teeth, an 6m Gold Plata, ia tbo most im
proved maoner. Particular attention paid to
filling carious teeth, thereby arresting further
decay, Offica opea from 8 to 6 o dock.
OffiC' Over Hornbeek a Store.
Plymouth, Oct 22, 1853.
DR. 3 AS. HENDERSON,
PHYSICIJ1N AND SURGEON,
Wjll attend 'with premp itude, to all profes
sional business entrusted to his care.
Office over Da Bois' Book More, back of
J W. Beekman'e Law Office.
DR. II. A US TIN,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
-Office and Residence on Plymonth-st , a few
doors south of tho Publ:c Squara.
DR. G. T. MXERS,
u a saa ce vs ?a on.
Office and Ro.-ideuce wo doora north o f the
American ' iiuse.
CLOTHING ! CLOTH; ING
snd best place in (own
to Jniv R.ady Made
Clnthing Mf any ore
ti!i 69 exceptions to this
assertion, I will bring
forward some of the
proof, and first an ! fore
most, our Cutting i
done By one of the be-t
A rtists in Northern O
hio. Those who are
acquointed with "Mr. NARRENCE'S work, will
attest that fact, and our work ia done, not by
apprentices, but by exiieriei.ced woikmi it, md
we save in cutting and Trimming, neatly all the
expense of makinir. Therefore we can and will
sell new-made Clothing, very nearly, if not
quite, aa cheap as the cloth and trimins can be
boiicht. Cutting or making done on short fo
tice, or we will make any garment to mea"ure,
as cheap as we sell tbetn wade up. We .will
Coats from $2,00 to $14,00
Over Coats from 3,50 to 12,50
Vests, from ,37, to 6,00
Pants, from 1,00 to 6,50
Will you call and examine for yourselves.
V. W. CKOWELL.
Plymouth, Oct 23, 1S53.
McDoiiougb Selling off at Ccst.
LN AND AFTER he 1st of OCTO-
BER next, th undersigned will be prepared io
nis extensive eioca oi
WELL SELECTED GOODS.
to his numerous customers, and to the Pub'ic, at Ccst.
navinr; neen anfraxea in tne ury tiooas business in
Plvuiwith. for many years. I feel anxious ol aeain sm
iling up in full with my old friends and customers. In
order to do this. I find it necessary to sell out my entire
stock of Goods : nnd as I have always been well pat
ronized by all, I feel that it woould be nothing more than
nan. w soil uii un. aiuta, ui ..una ni I.OSI.
Come One and All, and b satisfied tear am nUmg Qoodt
At new yuiih. ftiWES for once.
The stock consists in B general assortment of
LADIES UBESs CiOOUS.
Snch as Black Silks, Alpacas, Elack and Figured.
n.iiuwtDii nwn, fflcnilus, nail WOel,
De Laines, Plain and Figured, a good as
sortment. Cloths, Cassimeres, fyc.
Cloths Black, Blue, Green, Brown and Grey.
Cassimeres Black and Fancy.
Vestings Plain and Figured.
Satinetts Sheep's Grey.
Tweeds All and one-half wool.
Jeans, Tickings, Sheetings, Ac, jc.
Also a gener al assortm nt of
Hardware, Crockery, NnlU and Gins.
In fact everything commonly kept ia a Country Store,
Plymouth, 8ept. 25, 1853. k. McDONOIJGH.
CARD FALL OF 1853.
murphy & Burchfield,
VTORTH-EA8T CORNER FOURTH
X 1 and Market-sts.. Pittsbureb. Pa., have th nleaa
. ....wiiMiiig .iiv.i .uHviiLiBtuiu uuorB in general,
that thev have now ODen the larseat itnck nf arit
HJtlA. JUTD WINTER OOOUS, they have ever been
ible to exhibit, including th newest styles of Ladies
Dress Goods, such as
Wain and plaid Silkt, Figured and damask
Silk, plain black and figured Silks, watered
Silks for dresses and mantillas, Armure silks
Jor dresses, superior black Bombazines ; Su
perior plaid Poplins. French Merino. French
Cobourgs, French Cashmeres, French Muslin
de Sage, frencA Plaids, Oinghnms. Eng tish
rrencn ana American l'nnis, -Alpacas, c.
Alan Lml..i i S ,, li.j.. I .. I." .1 ..
u'uuium.i ion u. an niiiuB, i-nccn, ,uaiiig8,
iiawis, junntuias, Velvets, (jloves, Hostery sua llnufe-
seeping uoods of all kinds. They also keep an assort
men! of Table Cloths. Deanera asuneriormpke of shirt.
ing Muslins ana Bosom Linens, the latter made ol pure
riai. ctmneers visiting ruwDursn. wtsnins to utir-
chase any description of Dry Goods, are invited to call,
new iiooas will be received all through the season,
JOHN HAFT, JR.,
fSuccessor tn Jflmea MFGuflev. ,
aVliolesialu and Ketuil Urugtrist,
And Dealer in Paints. Oiis. Dve Htuft, &C..119 Wood
St., one door below Fifth, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bole Proprietor of Morgan's Worm Killer and Congb
Syrup, and agent fo Dr. Ford's Medicines. ictl5-ly
New Music Store,
IIENKY SCHROEDEtt A CO., Cargo's Hall, Fourth-
st, Pittsburgh, Hi. uealera in vmuns, lauiutrs, ac
eordeons, Clariuetts, Tamborines, Banios, Drums,
Strings for Violins, Guitars and Busj,Hosin, Reeds, die.
Horns, Cornets, Bugles, Post Horns, 8ul Horns, Oph
eclides, Trumpets, Tiouibones, Tubes, Ne Car's., In.
structiun Books for all instruments, etc, Caigo's Hall,
83 Fourth St., Pittsbnrgh. Pa. - octlS Km
Purviance's Vaguerrcan Koonis,
Post Office Buildings, Third door below Rail Road Sta
tion, federal street, Aliegneny Miniatures tunen at
this Establishment either singly or (n groups, of all
St. Clair Hotel,
Comer of Penn and St. Clair-sts., Pittsburgh, Pa This
is a nrst class House, convenient iniue itaiiroaa ue
pots ; the rooms are large and newly furnished, and
charges moderate. Travelers will And this one of the
most comfortable Hotels in Pittsburgh. octl5-ly
lied Lion Hotel,
St. Clair streeu Pittsburgh, Pa. Boarding On Dollar
per any. (ocuoiy) w. BBAiiutt, rroprunor,
Opposite the Ohio and Penna. Railroad Station, Federal
htm, Aiiegneny city, r. Far tin uonar per aay.
ctl5-ly p. MHJINNIS, Proprielorr
UOKlERY.of all kinrLt ibrLadiee. and
JLAChildren, Silk Cotton and Worsted. AW Under-
onms, ana frawere, uioves and MiUena of an Kinds
. Caa b Vinnd at CROWELL'8.
TJLACK" and Fancy, all kinds, and as
XJ eheap m 7ickin, at
ClLP end CR0N1NGER.
PLYMOUTH MARBLE WORKS.
B, TIN SO. f,
IS prepared W furniah at all litnea, at
Monuments, Tomb Stones, Mantles, Ac
of tba bent tyl aad fiaba, of eithev It si is a
or American Marble, at prieof aaoejialreeJ ia this
vaaadoa ooaalry. He baa mow oa basxL ias
eoneUatlp ia tbo r-eeiut of the Boat pliid
specimrM of Marblo, of all aireai aad kioda,
otuublo for T.MTpa, Mantl-Pwcw.
SEELY & CASE'S
Boot Shoe ana Leather Store,
North lids of the Public Square,
'i'c proprietors ot tins extensive
Am aad Leather Hnti, ar bapfiy to laforai
auBMtoaa irieaaa, aaa in cuaiK geaaraUy, that
tky hut eoavred wnk yoa, tar mi ,k the .
rift earaed," th kav hw atrai( th
ua law way. awara aaa apward, aault , bo loafer
r it ai, wwuHi a
First Class Boot and Shoe Establishment
eaa e aa! ported la rtrmrwth. It I rednc4 tn deed
certain.,, as jr., caa aaliafy yearaalve y calling ia
aay day la th wk, Baday ucptd, aad eee lb
timeaae stock of ;
BOOTS An D SHOES
oM, and for aale la their etor, embr. e'ng Trv rarie
ty of Mea Boy. V oaths and Childr . Hoois, dr
Thick K'P Calf; Kasmalled and PaUnt Rm.... n..
ford aae tVetlingto Ilea and galtera. Also aismat aa
Inconcierable variety of Ladies, Mtsees, Childrensaad
Inranuehoee. Gaiter fontaaand
ailpeaad Butt Ins. tLELY CASE. '
CARRIAGES, WAGONS, &c
WWL, INFORMS the citizens of
J3i.of Plymouth and vicinity, that he
W V i, prepared lo Jo everything in his
line, in aa good s'yl-, and on as reasonable
lerms, as cau be done elsewhere. He ha, n
hmd, at present, a liire variety of Caniages,
tiiifjir-e. &c , to which he invites the aiteution
of those wishing to purchase. '
Hlacksniiihuiir, Pttiutinfj and Trimming, and
a I Kinds .if custom work, will be doue at th
ehorto.-l notice, iu the best styes.
Plymouth, Oct. 22. 1833. I). BPE'VER.
OKU. I i lit uoov.u,
now in town, as Inrso as hlc. nnd
ice as natural, with a Ir-meudous s'ouk of
Heady aiadc Cloihing,
Fine Siiirts i n !er Siir's, Drawers, Hosiery
if all kind?, S o. ks, Oravaiaoi lne luipststylt-H,
selected by himsplf, in Hosinn, "ew orks d
Philadelphia, ju-t before the late great br-ak-down
in fie ca t, which .nab cs h in to under
sell the world n an; thing hi his line.
UATS AND CAPS,
of alls'ylcs and prices, always up to 1 lie Fsh
ions, constantly ou hand.
The General pays i art cular rt'ciilio.f to
Making Suits to Order,
and ppares no ,ami lo make rompl. te fils.
His office is at present over Cu' & Cronin
ger's store, but he intends moving to his new
huildinrr, on SanUifkyl.. opposite Powers it
Ktnnev's, in a few days, of which due nolii e
will be given. or-t2i
Saddler's Hardware, &c.
J. MOitFOOT would
respectfully inTortn the citi
zens of fly mom h, and the
urronndii e country, that he
now prei ared, and Bhill
put tc-rth his best endeavo s to
remain so, to rJo all work per
taining to the profession of a
Hs has now ready for the inspection of the
public, a large assortment of fancy
a beautiful article, to which we would ask the
fespecial attention ot those wishing lo purchase
CO - MON SADDLES
rom $0 upward, in great variety. His stock of
is large, and was made by the best workmen in
the conn' rv, no apprentices being employed.
He has Plated Harness, at $15 : Coarse Har
ness at from $15 to 25, made wilh an eye to
beauty, as well as use. and he warrants them
perfect in every detail. Also,
splendidly finished, and durable, from ten to
eighteen dollars. Give him a call and purchase
work made by workman. Hia Bhop is located
opposite the Exchange Hotel, where he will find
eisure time to attend to any quantity Of pusio
mere. Call and eee.
Electro Chemical Aroma,
GENUINE IIOLEjANS BITTERS,
Frem OP;s A. D1 ISRAELS, Chemist mi Pharmceutial
of jwisuraam, tae only Manufacturer, a
A PURELY VEGETABLE COM
-iX POUND, propared on strictly scientific prlneilie
hilci me iiiiiimvr ui me ceienraieu iiuiianft rrotessor,
Boerhave. Because of its great success in most of the
European States, its introduction in the 'United Stales
was intended more espe (ally for those of our Father
liand scattered here anil there over t he (ace of this
mini! y country. Meeting wilh prent aucceRS among
uinn, i now unor iiin me American puoiic, Knowing
that iie truly medicinal virtues must be acs. nowledged.
Beneflc al effects will be experienced from its use, for
many diseasoi nrisine from ii oiders of the stomach,
eucli aa inillaeatioii, Dyspepsia, Headache, Loss of Au.
oetite, Nsrvoas llrtiiity. ;,,i,,i,n,,on of the Bowels
Cramps, Chelie, Cholera Morbus, etc.
It is particularly recouimeuded to those persons whone
constitutions may have been impaiied by the continued
useof ardent spirit!,or other forms of dissipatiriji. Gen
orally instantaneous In effect, it finds its way directly to
the Beat of life, thrilling Rnd quickenii g every nerve,
raising up the drooping spirits, and in fact inlusing new
health and vigor into the system. '
Vir0 genuine wtlAeur my Signature.
Ctrtifieai of Mr. B. O. H'ooiis, late Justice of the Peace
in East Birmingham :
Mr. Benj. l'age, Jr. i Dear Sir:! would say that
tave been afflicted with a disease of the stomach, pa pi
ation of the heart and nerveus lieauache, for nearl
fifteen years ; and 1 have spent acme hundreds of dol
iors, in order to effect a cure- but to no purpose. Arte
having used three bottles of your " Eloclro Chemica
Aroma or Holland Bitters," I foel myself entirely re
stored. I ean eat and sleep well, and attend to my bus!
nesa with pleasure, and would therefor recommend it I
ali those whoare similarly afflicted. :
'. . Pn tsburgli, Aug. 34, 1853
Mr, Benj. Page. Jr.; Desr Uir Mv sincere thanks are
due the friend recommending your Holland Bitters.
Having m tared for aome tune with headache, loss of
appetite, mental depression, and in fact, general di.or
der of the system, I now feel, niter u ling but one bottle,
conscious of returning health.
Benj. Page, or.- Desr Sir I have been relieved of the
most distressing pain of dyspepsia by the use of Boer
nave's Holland Bitters, (puichased of you) after suffer
ing forth ree yeats with besdaen, nausea and general
debility, attending Indigestion ; I now feel perfectly re
stored. Youra respectfully,
o.JU .t , No,w Wyltaat. .Pittsbnrgh.
Bold by th proprietor, BENJ. PAGE, Jr.
Drug and Chemical House, cor. Third snd Smithfield .and
Logan ud Wyltc-sts., Pittsburgh, Fa. oetlt-ly
Nails, Nails j
TrbSl in Ohio, and any quantity of
fLP & CRON'NGER.
rMUT BOOKS. A
laree variety,' lor
Tr9fSL -e$rtSx-. Jtft
V Ml bj
A. Ce PV BOIS 602
EVERY SATURDAY MORNING,
At Plrnsonth, Ohio.
ROBINSON & LOCKE
' pvKDITOIS AND PClUSMIe.
051 DOLL A E AND FIFTY CEUTS tt TEAB.
That a town of tha sixe of Plymouth,
possessing the business advantages it doe,
and the extensive trade it already hit.
and surrounded as it is by an intelligent
bnd reading community, should have
been. o long without a newspaper, is a
matter of po little astonishment to us.
True, an attempt was once made, but the
failure certainly, ws not brought about
from wsnt of encouragement on the part
ol the people. We shall make another
attempt, feeling perfectly confident that a
good paper can and will be sustained, es
pecially ai we are determined not only to
make it vseful, but actually necessary.
resting assured that by sparing no efforts
to make our sheet a vehicle or local, as
well as foreign interest, people will pat
ronize it. Nil desperandum is our motto;
if we cannot command success, we shall
do our best to deserve it.
It must be at once evident to any one
acquainted with the wants of the people
here, Jhat a paper is much needed. The
statistics of our post-office will show that
there are but lew, if any towns of the
same size in the State, to which more
reading matter is sent, than to ours. But
in this day of progression, people are not
satistied vntn importing tneir intelligence
from abroad ; they wish to have papers
in their immediate neighborhood, which
will keep them informeJ of what trans
pires in their own section of country.
Until within a short time, and we regret
it is still too Jametvably common, coun
try newspapers were merely compendia
uins and poor ones loo, at that of city
journal, apparently thinking it worth
their while to pay little or no attention to
what occurred in their locality ; and to
this cause, probably, more than any other,
may be ascribed the insignificant circula
tion and influence of the country press,
s;Hnernlly, and the corresponding increaso
I country subscribers to city papers. In
this matter we shall endeavor to intro
duce an improvement, making or paper
as local in its character, as will compott
with its general usefulness.
Ouroliiect will be to make the Adver.
User suitable to all readers, consequently
it will not espouse the cause of any part .
c tan uu hub unite cuiisuiQimousiv. as
tli purity and lncurruuiiliilitv of the
present poliiical parties may very well
be disputed. Time and experience have
demonstrated that the principal difference,
as well tis the difference in nrinr.ivlp. he.
tween them, is the "five loaves and two
fishes," and the strife is. who . shall tret
them. Were it not for spoilsfihe 'dear
pe' pie would not be bored annually with
patriotic appeals, from disinterested office-
Imntcrs, to come forward nnd save this
"glorious Republic," before it isirredeem
ably ruined by Whig-isms, or Locofoco
misrule. We are opposed to all demo,
goguism, and it is high" time that every
true lover of his country should shut
down on those who practise it. But
whilst we eschew party politics, so do we
despise neutrality. We prefer to pursue
a middle course, and therefore purpose
that the Advertiser shall be an independ
ent sheet. Having minds of our own.
we are determined to speak them fearless-
lessiy ana candidly, on all topics which
may be of importance to our readers.
without being trammeled by party ties, or
awea Dy iavor. t his is an age of pro
gress, and we shall allow ourselves the ex
pansive platform of speaking on political
suojecw, just wnat we conscientiously be.
lieve to be right and proper.
lo the I iterary Department of the
Advertiser, we shall pay particular atten
lion. Its columns will be enriched week
ly, with selections of prose and poetry
from the best sources we may be able to.
command. To this feature of our paper.
we commend the especial attention of
our Lady readers, assuring them that noth
ing of the least immoral tendency shall
ever be found in its nacres.
For the Farmer, we shall devote a por
tion oi our paper to the subject of Aerri
ture, and such other subjects as may
be of interest to him. The day is nasi
...i .. , . ...
wuen " oooKiarmmg" is sneered at;
agriculture is becoming a subject of sci
eutilic investigation farmers who wish
to keep up wilh the progress of the day
of those who are disposed to improve on
what their fathers did will be forced to
iuform themselves of everything which
may pertain to their profession. Such
we think, will derive - material benefit
from what we publish on the subject. We
shall nlso give correct reports of the mar.
kets, in this and other places, and endeav
or to make them as reliable as possible.
But while paying due attention to the
above departments, we shall by no means
neglect the general reader. With the aid
of the Telegraph, and the speedy trans
mission of intelligence bv railroad, we
expect to furnish our readers wilh teh
very latest current news of the day. and
as there is, at present every appearance
of stirring times in Europe, we will trive
such a compendium of foreign news, as
will keep the readers of the Advertiser
well posted up in everything of import
ance which may transpire across the At
TERMS- OF ADVERTISING.
On square, 11 lines I One square 1 year.... 8 00
or less, 3 weeks or I s column, 1 year... 12 00
-'00 IS do ' do '1600
Every subseqiien' in- I-a do do 18 00
sertion 5083 do do ..9100
On square 3 months 3 00 1 1 eolumn, 1 year.... 30 00
One square 6 mont' e 500
Advertisers should always des'gnate the number of
uosr.ioiia iuey want given ro llelr advertisements -otherwise
they will b continued until ordered out, and
charged by the eqnare.
BOOK AND JOB WORK,
op all kinds,
TfiVERY size land quality,
, A large
assortment constantly ou hand.
- CfLP and CRONIXGER.
AMD PARENT For
A. C. DU 0OI9 BON,
Iteep rutins of Tnet, .
I cheerfully respond to tha request of
your correspondent, H. F. II., In rla
Uod to deep plantiug. I concur fully ia
bit maxim, better too shallow than too
deep," and also agrea with him that mora
young trees are killed from deep planting
thau from any other cause.
"With the quince, the willew, and all
irees, however, which root readily from
cuttings or layers, the dsnremn. Manila
of deep planting are obviated fiom the
ract that these emit roots, however deeply
plABted, nearly up to the surf.r nf th-
oil, where their food is Bssimila,l ,
their wanis by light, heat and atmospher
Pear trees, therefore, which are fralted
oa tne quince, and ar nt.n.A uj.;.
- - ..uwu UCCjl
enough to bury the quince stock'below
the surface of the ground." will not be
considered as deeply planted, when it is
remembered that under good cultivation,
the quince will furnish iuelf with new
toots up to its junctioo with the pear.
in tne discussion to which yourcorres
pondent alludes, I could not of course en
ter into all the details of cultivation,
without transcending the limits allowed
to any one speaker, I however took it
for gtanted, that a common sense view of
the subject, would lead the practical man
o the conclusion, that the pear should be
grafted as near the quince root as possible;
and we would by no means recommend
the selection of trees which are " worked
six or eight inches" above the quince root.
w lien it has been our misfortune to re.
ceive from Lurone dwarf ..a..i
thus high, wo have uniformly planted the
whole quince stock under ground. But
to counteract the deleterious effects of
too deep planting, we have transplanted
tne trees, alter on upper course of roots
had been formed, ntthe same time remov
ing the long shank with ihe lower and
now inactive riots.
The principal advantages of the sys
tem we have adopted are that the quince
stock, which is naturally hard and rigid,
oecomes a moist emollient when covered
entirely in the soil, thus allowing it to
swell up evenly and progress symetrical-
ly with the pear stock. In this way it is
also protected from thedopredations of iliu
borer, and when ihe variety is well adapt
ed, the pear stock frequently sends forth
roots, thus securing the double advantage
of early bearing nnd increased health and
vigor in after years.
Yours, Sic, M. P. W.
Scratches in Horses,
The approach of cold, wet weather,
suggests the publication of a few hints
on this ailment, which, at this season,
sometimes appears on the horse, just
above the" hoofs and below the fetlock.
It is caused, generally, by a want of prop,
er care for the warmih and dryness of
the feet, allowinp- hdnses to stand in their
stalls after driving ui egld. muddy weath
er,, with wot'legs, and doing nothing to
clean,, tliem, aridrlvent a chill. At
suhfctime and feel should be
well rubbJjPr-ith dry hay, so as to gej
thenrwarm, and as nearly dry as may be. .
If the disease has already appeared, tvash
the part affected witS "warm soap suds,
and then with beef brine. This will ef"
feet a' cure. Keeping them clean and
dry by rubbing oiy will generally pro
duce the same resul t. -
Horses with wliite legs and hoofs are
said to he moreequently affected by
scratches ; but ho colors are exempt en
tirely, nor are coits-wlitch winter in mud.
jly sheds and yards without proper care
and protection. It is true, however, tha.
some horses are more liable,. to the disease
Farm Hohses. Since in the Blood
Horse is found the peculiar attribute of?
the horse in its highest perfection, too s
much can hardly be said of the import-
ance of a. liberal dash of blood in all
grades of horses. On the road it is ne.
cessary. and at the plow or truck it will
tell wonderfully; The farmer, with half
or three-quarter bloods, can. plow hia
half-acre a day more than with common
farm horses. He can safely reckon that
hisWoorf will haul his load some miles
tanner n. a day, than a common team.
This is so. Theory points to it, and ex
perience has proved it.
Cattle sometimes break into orchards,
and injure themselves by eating apples.
Salting them immediately and freely, wilt
prevent bad effects ; acting perhaps, to
prevent rapid fermentation.
'Swollen Mouth iu sheep, which is
sometimes fatal, may be cared by daub
ing (he lips and mouth plentifully with
tar. ... --'".::v;'';i::;:M'-'v.
Keep your tools in their places. More
time is lost in Marching for articles oils
placed, than would buy them,' . " A, place
for evsWytMoge s motto; :' f ";v .. t
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