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eoU eon i w , ago.wbea Tata Corwia and Torn , corner teeth appear, the coll if eight nsonine, Swing were on a political pilgrimage to the . and when the latier hare attained to tne neigni Northern part of the State, they were invited , of the front teeth, it it one year old. The two to tarry orer night with dirtingoished local , year old coll hue a kernel (the dark substance politician. The gneale armed rather lata, and in the middle of the tooth i crown) ground out he fcJ of the attention being abtent.a young 1 of aU the front teeth, la the third year, the lady, a'neiee, undertook to preaide on the ocea-! middle front teeth are being ahifted; and when eaaion. She had nerer aeea great men, and three year old these are auDtniuled by horse euFrd tbey wero elephantine a!u setter. ' Ueth. The next four teelu are abifttd in the and talked in great language. ' Mr. Ewing' fourth year, and the corner in the fifth. At will you take condiment tn your lea, air,' in- tix year the kernel it worn out of tht lower quired tie roan lady. middle front teeth, and the bridle teeth have 'Yet, Mia, it" you please,' replied the quon- now dam Sal: BoiWr. Cor in't eye twinkled. Here wm fun for L;m. Gratified with the apparent tucceea of to the muM.e fronts it worn out, and the bridle l er first trial, at talking with big men, the teeth begin to wear off. Ateight yeara of age young lady addresaed Mr. Corwtn in the same the kernel is worn out of all the lower front mrnner, -Will you take condiment in Tocn tea teeth, and begin to decreaae in ihe middle up , ; per front, in the ninth year, the kernel ha "Pepper and salt, but no mustard,' wat the ' wholly disappeared from the upper middle front prompt reply of the facetious Tom. teeth, the hook on the corner teelb haa increa- Of eoarae nature mutt out, and Ewing and ed in site, and the bridle teeth loose theirpointa. the entertainer roared in spit- of themtelvet. In the UfDlh JeT lh?.k'rM,1 " worn Lttt of e ... . . , 7 teeth next to the middle tronti ol Ihe upper Urw.n etsayed to mend the matter and waa . ar.d in the eleventh ,earilie Urnel has voluble in anecdote and wit and compliment, entirely v .uisbed from me corner . ih of the But the wound was irremmediable. The young tame jaw. At twelve year old, Ik crown ot ltdy to this day declares that Tom Corwin it a of lue frcnt lctu in lne 'wer j lW become i - - 7, , . ! triangular, and the bi idle teeth are mwh worn coarse, valvar, disagrceatle man. louuj , . .1 1. 1 - W 1 ' down. At the horse advances in age, the gums , shrink away from the tetth, which cdnaeauent- Com or a Hakdxiu. Latklt Distributed ik t rec!iv lonS- narrow ppenrance, and their ... r. .u nt kernelt have become metamorphosed into a t Wit or EsuLANn Roi'cr Gi es.sureeon. . .. , . . .Ti J . , 6 6 darkith point; gray hairt increate in the fore- panth clerk, and school matter, reforms ladies headi ov ,ue t.ye8( aQ(1 tll0 cbm assumes tue and gentlemen In at be draws tce'.u without waiiinj; 11 moment blisters on the lowest terms and fysicka at a penny a peace, tells Godfath er's Cordel, cuts corns, and undertakes to any bodies nail by the year, or so on. Yung la dies and gentlemen tort their grammer lan- gwnge in the neatest manner alto grate care taken of there morals and 6pellin. Alto aarme ainging and tihchio the Ho! Boy. Cow Til. liont and other dance tort at home and abroad -i'ert'umery in all ila bianchet. Sell nil sorts of ttathionary wares, blacking balls, red hi nun, and co ce.tcrubben bruvhet.trecle, moutetrapa, and all other eweatmeats likewise '.atera, tat tei.gers, and other gaiden stuff also frute, halt, ballite, hoyl, tinware, and other eatables. Tumhcr sarve, corn saves, and all hardwares, lie also performs fleebottomy in a curious man ner. Kiiiihermore, in particular he has hid in a Urge actortinent of tripe, china, dog's meet, lolly pops, an. I oil., r pickles, tuch as hopttct dtu. Old rags bought nnd sold I t re. and not nny where helse an 1 new laid egg every day, hv bjm Hoger Giles. P. 8. 1 tceche joggerfy aad all them outlandish things. N. U. A iiawl, on Widiietdaye.' A Swtr.T CoufAKiaoN A youn' lady re turning late frcm a concert, at it was ruining, ordered the coachman to drive close to the side walk, but was siill unable to step across the gutter, 'I can lift you over it,' said coachy. Oh, no, I'm too heavy,' said she. 'Lonli mnriii, I'm used to lifting barrels of sugar, 're plied John. When in the country, some time since on my way to I'iitsticlQ, I met a drunkard, reeling Mf the road I waa traveling. Seeing me he stopped. Hello, stranger ! he called out. Well,' taid I. 'Iaay, stranger, laid he, (hie) if you'l (hie) find any feller (hie) that hat a Tiorse opinion of ine than I have of myself, I'll ad'ijjt hit op'n'on, and forgo my own !' A gentleman, popping lint lie ad through I lailor'H shop window, in order to obtain a full yiew of ih :air operatives, exclaiined 'What o'clock is it V Upon which tho tailor lifted hia lnpbeard and attuck him a blow upon the head, answered: 'It hat jutt atruck one.' "Come hci-e, my dear, I wunt to ask you nil ai ui your aitter. Now, tell me ruly has bin- got a bi an V 'No, it's tho janders; the dbdor iay 10.' A c,,,a ! I . i m , wmmmmm . . iw wvwww uuii i owe mi anything, taid a financier al broaklatt ' VV hy ?' grumbled hit wife. 'Cause, I don't believe it would ever tet- 11 A Taoi'iiatioMit ConuaauATioii. One Sun- . . day, at the minister ot Udaey, entered tho V irk, he waa no lest surprised than indignant to find that daft iamic Fleming had tukeu posses- aion of the pulpit. -Come doon Jamie 1 taid aj r, "on -aunt, Bi kh reverence. 'Come ye up, tir, answered V mic, "they re a atiir neckit and rebellious gen- eretion, tir, nnd it'l take ut both to mana.'e bem.' Fruita and nuU are very proper calling,' raid a Orabamite to hit- hopeful niece. ' 'fell, ancle, I am very fond of nuts.' .tl a a . a - . . i m glad to hear it. What kind do prefer ?' 'Why, I'm time on dog nutt I you If you want to start a younir woman riirhtv i , r,ema,ned 11 the nest ... Jk t S womai1 T'iut , day, When breathing became so dilficult that a onto, her moral economy. Rnd thjngf( Bnd pfcji.p. WM aJtSi. yourself outside of the door, jutt tell her the n the wind pipe, and the patient haa big leet. The feminine institution can : i"." ,0 rwovr' doctor then took from stand anything but that. hn throat a piece of cartilage measuring 24 4- . inches in length, I j ir.el.es i width, a,nd threj A mathematician being hiked by a itout fel- ,,Kth of nn ,nch thick. The subsfance was low. 'if two pigs weigh twenty potjndi how ,Vfry ilol,Kn'ndLb1li.nK unable to maaticate it. much will a large hog weigh '" replied ! L t0,bo,U,, The Doc'" left . .u i , ? , 8 ' "P""'. '"rnp the patient com foitahle and about the house into tbe ecalea and I wiU tell you immediately.' The neit evening he went out in the back vard j " ; and fell tuddenly to Ihe ground. IJe waa seen An editor thmkt that if the proper way of to Ml. nd was immediately taken up, but he epdling tbo ia 'though, ' and bo i 'beau ' the dil d b( lore be leacned the houte. It was proper way of spelling l otatoct out-ht to he 1 ""'i !hal,violen' inflammation had been in- pough.eigbteaux ' ! duC1ed ? lhe PreMure of lhe ,orei8n "ubstnr.ee r 1,1 thorax, which caused death in the mun- I ner before atated; , I I Jarmct's Dqiartuunt Maw la Kaaw the Age of a II The coll it bora with tweWe grinders. When f root teeth make (heir appearance J the ie twelve day t old and whe lhe oext four forth, it is four weekt old. When the attained their full growth. At teven yearr hook bat been formt J on the corner teeth of the upper jaw; the kerael of the the teeth next form ol an eaglu. Fattemmo Hooa. A farmer iu Tennesee, appreciating the difficulties with which atock raisers will havo to contend this fall and next winter, in consequence of Ihe uuusual scarcity of corn, set his wit to work to devise some plft" l removo difficulty, and, after much in vestigatton and severe study, he hit upon a plan for fattening hogs witliout com. The plan it simply to teed the poorand youmr hoga to those the farmer wishet to bacon. In this way he geta his pork into n smaller number of hoi's. who of course, can only eat in proportion to inetr numoer, wiine tue long meiit 1 exceeding ly nutritious and possesses fattening qualities almost equal to cod Jiver oil. by the time one half the hoi,a hare eaUn the other hall they will De 1 ntirsl-rate order to kill. Boaeo Corn fob Horse One of the most auce.estlul anil judicious farmers in (he vicinity of Baltimore, effecls a saving of from one third to one half of his corn by soaking it thorougly hi lore let ding. His method is this; Twoempty ressi is. noftneaai or sometlnng timilar, are placed in hi cellar, where there i no danger trom frost, and tilled to the chime with ears of corn. He then pours in water till the recepta cles are tilled. When well soaked, the coin is M to the horses, nnd when the content of one cask is consumed, it it again filled and the ani maU fed from Ih other. Kven cobs soaked in a similar m inner, but in pickle instead of pure water, are eagerly devoured by Mm cows, espe cially if the usual allowance of salt is withheld. The corn cob contains n largo quantity of nu triment, mid it far too valuable to bo thrown away. Corn in tub Fab West. The crop in this reg.on the present season is uncommonly heavy with tho grain well developed. There is very little now but is out of way of the frott ; and some has already been cut up although we do not look for frost for n month. Suve vour choice fodder neighbors. Your own or somo emigrants stock will require it all. You have time a plenty, aavu your corn and fodder clean and right. (Council JJIuffs Uugle. To Claiuft Sugah rou Pkesbrvkb. Put a half pint of water to every pound of augar. Stir it well together; put in the beaten whiM of M egg, l-'ivo whites will do for a d.ien pounds of sugar. Stir all together throughly, and let it boil up. When it rises toward the top of the kettle, put in a spootiful or two of water and let it boil up again. Repeat this process two or three times and then set tho ket- , tie aside. After fifteen minutes take tho scum very carefully from tho top, and pour off the syrup bo genny as not to aismro ihe sediment Have U .lie kettle washed and return the sernn. nnd add the fruit. Somo MftOM alw tva stntin tint ulfl-lln I tir.ni'. li n llm ui.1 hoi. !. II ,1. ....u.... um,ivi i',uu, ii iu auvvt , direction are observed it is not iicoe Mirv. To use the flannel, always wring il cvt i v tlay in hot water. This prevents a waste of the ar ticle strained. Ku-LiNii off Stock. The Alton (III.) Tele graph says : We hear ol one farmer in tho in- trrior ut lliin laeawjal w wIi.ilIw.i uuaa iUim I. . ' - -....j u ...v.. lyun; Luii i. y ur.au of young hogs, to gr.t rid of tUm having no feed to winter them upon. Other farmer are killiniJ nnd eating their young porkers as fast 8S Ei Th,tre considerable mast in the woods, in tome oca ilies, and manv Iiodc their .took by that means, should th. Jinufproye mild. In the name of humanity, il is better to kl" Puor creatures, than uffcr them to 11 nunureu Ueatus by a lingering process of starvation1 KlMOl'LAE AoCIDaNT, tBSULTIIIO IN DlATH. A man named Alexander l'roctor, died sud denly last week in Rochester, New York, un der singular ciicumstances. Two or three days previously, he attempted to swallow Ik r.ipa nf gristle or cartilage, from a piece of corned beef which he was eating. The tubttance lodged in DKVTItJTKY ! DL at BARNES. JtaaWaaaalaal Sargtan o.Hc up aaatl in it .dree Howe, CarrolU enj of lb ikv (rOoa formerly nec'ipkd ! I oik iM ty him warrant.! A. . -I I l'lli Mn. ecoctweoa or a. r. krm . DRUOGldT, CARROLLTON, OHIO. At tbtl eetablirhment, one door below tbe dry good flora ol Isaac A Aituou A Co, 011 Uie Square, will be found a very central aaeoruaeul of Drujja, f amily Xedi- rim , l' 'afltr, Oiu, Djr Muffs, kv. 'and, MtVbJai. E!.?!SL Oiia paimb, ac CHiU E9 A. Hl 1 I . t: nil Bw Store room, Rain ttreet, oppwile the Pattoo llou.e iae, ia in receipt ol a large stock, tl Dtugt, OuV, ota, Uye SiuBa, Ac, which uffeied at lo latee. rtuntion giveti 10 fiuipoui.tlmg lit ctui.t.) i'byai- it. All older, puaipilj eietuled. 1'aint, .1 , ' SI II WABAIit K cV UltOTIIllH I ! 2irin?(efiw.e,ot., Offer at their store, iu the free Press Building, Koith .iebon ttreet, Cariollion, Otiio, a isig aasoitimiit ol ell selected elothuig, cuupiiring every aiticle ol gentle- men' &m. which is sold al the lowot rttfi1. Those in uueat ot clotbnijr, of the best uinke and latest title, can not do belter lhaa call and exauiae their flock. JUll.X II. i'KUT. Attorney r, u Contellr at Lav, Oce up stair in the frame buildiug opposite the West !" Tne aerticca ol Jou A. BisoaaM. of Csdlz. 0.. I ie -ecured iu all cose by the releuliou ol the aboe. II H 1,1 M M'HIM.. JOUN UlLbthT IWMiToa liarhiu, Carroll eoui.tt, Ohio. This establishment haa been put in complete repair, and a uew building erected lorlbo cotulort ol 1 atients aau a uew uuiming ui ei tcu 101 tuv oouhui i 01 i aueuta tt 1 , , , y Jmf",l " " . " , I w ' imm . . VI- LIHLEY A lltvi-. I Attorney! and Count' I lor at lav Hare entered into partnership, and will MaaM it $M0 jro:i-ti t in Oa riltaal (lie adi .iuiu? cj iu iet. All . buiiuesa enirusied to ihem will receitc prompt atten ! Uoa. OKMCK Small frame building one door Sjut I J the "isiidaer Uoase," Oarrollton, Oliio. M I JOII.V ll.'ll AIOIIIM,. Attorney J: CouHttllar at Lam d' Solicitor in Chancery, Will attend to all business entrusted to his care in the Counties ot nataaiwwaa, larroU, llarriaoa, Coaboetoa, Uoluies, tttark, or elsewhere. OUlce in 1'iitlisville, july VI, '(I). Tuscarawas county, Ohio. Itou J-'KT B. KNIttHT, Attorney and Coun tell or at Law, Will attend to all calls in his profession wnn ptaaayMttai He will collect chiiius, and do all othei hi: i . M eu trusted to Li cat o. Loctvillr OaWav uet :t.j va, Whown. Attorney and Cvu ntetror at Lav OffHM ver JauiCb C'uuii'ron' Stoio, fub I :t ' Main Mreel, Car'ollion, Ohio. JOHN II. OftOXTON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, will give iroinpl atteutoQ Wall Itiitiness entrusted to his cue, hi Cm roll County or elstvherc. Oltice, iu the small, white tiauie buildiiiR opio;iia the West door of Ibu Court House. I If" ' "on. A'. J. Atkiiin.n, at '.laiislernd th anlwaikad ' mess in his care, to the abuve, who w give it haa Uaw aaeaajaa. aaaa, 21, '54. 0 5 1 i x fiov aTco li 1; M A , Houte, Sign and Ornamental I' a i n t o r 1 , Slioj) South laat Corner o Public Square, aly Citrrolllon, Ohio. " JUH.M TBMMtMt V o. Iwfiurteri and Johoert of Foreign and liomcalU; llm-d wnrc . Twa doort ahovt the mt'atltenf American Hotel, No. 48, Superior Sreet, (llnvelard, Ohio. niAS . MILhtiM WITH (i E O It 11 V . M I T II A CO., tan uaurroN a MMS, liortirt and WhUtatll Jhnlert in PaMlga aai Daaiaello i y ;noiis, nil 6m No. 4 Wood tioeet, rilthut, Pa. 1 IABROLL MTUAJI All Mi. The Carroll riteaiu Mill in in good renair and reailv to perlonn cu.ttom work 111 good style, and at short 110- uuo. i.usioiucra can geueiany get Uie work Home the ; some d.ty hroughl. I. ATKINSON. Auguat, 1(1, 1834. Ut. CARKOLL COUNTY FAIR TIME (KAN U I : l ! To Tui'sdity, Wednesday and Thursday, the 24th, 56'h, and 26th, October, 1H54. On account ol lhe Change ol lime loi holdiug the State Fair, Kail Uuad ariaiig. ments A10, the n unagers of fhe Canoll Co. Agricultural society have thought prefer to poitpone tbe time for holding "(he next Fair, ONE WEAK LATA'R, To couiuicuco on the 24 tli day of October 1854, and t continue three day. The Cars will run regularly during the Fair, making extra tiip bctwean Mayan) aiid Oar rollton at hull lure. Extencivc piepaiaiions are being made for a large turn out of the people 0 1 this occa sion. Tho stock, Mechanical, and oilier Industrial in terest will be fully represented at our Fair this year. Tlio Floral auj Horticultural department may iiifi'e eatewhal on account of tho severo drou ght, hut w IBtlcipat a .iredila'jle ilsplay. Tho third day will Lo 0110 at great '.nieroit. For 0 1 r of the Manager. . M, WASH. BUTLER Secy- CarniMtc i ,i ; 'f4.i.i CARHOLLTON CAN'T BE BEAT. Competition is tho Life of Trade' The Peoplo'e Intrests our GLOItY! MARQUJs"&Coniiuiy, ARE engaged lu manufacturing sumo o't'the most splendid ami highly finished SADDLES, BRIDLES, fec., that has ever been presonted to Ihu gaxa of the pc0!.'c of Catroll couuty. Their stock of articles, in their Hue, i unlimited. Just stop iu and notice aome of their .-p lend id HARNESS. TUEY CANXOT UK HEAT! Fellow citlxen, wo appeal to you tor your support. We promise to give back in trade the IB tire value of your money, and a littlo over. All wo want is a luir trial, and if our price don't suit you, you have the piiv ilege of going elsewhere. We know fi0,n our experience 111 our branch of baataatM that we esimot be successfully competed with in ili way of I'ltlCES (live us one call, ii)how. Remember tho place to purchaso CHEAP SADDLERY, is at the room formerly occupied as the Posl OlBcc. ..... Respectfully, WM. E. MARQUIS & CO, Carrollton, Sept. 15, 1853. if. EXECUTOR'S SALE. The undersigned, Axectitera of the lait will and testa meut ol John Newell, d. c'd, offer at private sale the m. ,tm Stw nnd Grlet Alllla, longing to .aid estate, aituatc in Lcavltttv Die, Monroe wiump, Carroll co.. 0 . Term" to suit purchaser pplica:ion may he in ade to either Tho. K. Griffin near a premise, or to R. Mo Cartv, in Leesburgh. ' Tllos. R. GRIFFIN, t - . H- Mccarty, Jma?9, knm h humm. fri iaRL Ln. in - ittisccilancous. 1 akt OWIon op ratLAOiLRA . Incorpoialed hy UN ;ilturt o( reontylvat.la, for lb ProaoUiB 0lllAriJ .1 FWigii in tbe 1'uncd hutc". rW mrmbve lb iirfUoo ta aaaaaj to tbe pu' he, ihal lh Pl- i.0 i" .rofrfof fiigrnin. tor t ' IiuKiimior uienirient yoar, 164, 4tl be rwMly :i.iiii.uiki to ibriiiiiUr l au uuul! tu reji od. Tbi- ubject it CLEAR THh TRACK KnEi'i,K onSieel. m S. parm, l.oaa ibe tdmlred picture by C. A kbwlk in the coUectio ot Je L. Oafjaa K-q . It rpray aBknJding 8cie. proprr. W oiled -tfirllta aaa H luU of lite and ipirn. Tl.e orb cxeluti ol uwrgla It tight tttnt.t ' 11 ehet. bt' iif tLo ruri. mini issued br Uie An . u" rhe. bcii.v the linrenl Drint ibed br Uie An ftry tuhccriier of ftt dotUn will receive tn iwpree ttou from ihu Plato, in tbe order of bia aub'enptioii, afto, a chance o( obtaining one of Ihe I use Px- ..u,.r work. o ktt,1 ia .-an0l DilributiK m il, t.alni i.f the laal week day ut ibe year, a auicouau.1 olllie usual guaranteed colleCUvll of not ' that fifty yn'ia p f asfatfajl T tht mot tfwfmp Artitt, together wiih a many workt iu addditoo, as an . enlarged aubecriptiou list way warrant. SirriA ttr'y axd tint reeeiwre ofnp ondinjly early iiHpnu'Opnftht-x P'a - J 4 ti.n rtceivio by Da. C. A. BISOIfL, j njuorary ctr"M,. .-.-- 1 bis Drug Store, Min Slree OarrolUon.Oalo. r a - ..... U.m ulMhiiw 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 Pi I n u at Angutt. a, isas. , Mechanic) svf Blori and MANUFACTURERS. 5)0. 19 ASH PHIZES- M7 Volume Ten of th 1 "Scientific Ametictn" commences ii. 1 Atl. nl S uuunber. ll i ckiefly devoted to tLo ajvanceuientollbe interetUef Mechanica, InTentort, ; Utnulaeiuieis and FatDiert, and is e ) by men prtC- tically skilled in tbe arts ..! tciei cet. ?.uoabiy no oth-1 l er journal of tl.o same character u sc eitensinly ciieu l-Jur FT. futtr,ned for. P'T Nearly ail ihe Valuable Patent which issue weekly fioiu the Pa'cnt Office are illuttrattU tnth Migrating; and I the claim.- ol all the Patents are pT.biitlnd icgulalyiu, it colun.: ? at iliey ars issued, thus n.akieg tt a perfect Scientibc aud Mechanical, Kiieyclopcdia of iufirtnation 1 upon the tulijuct of Mechanical Improvement1, hem islrv. Ei niieerine and tbe S:icuces generally. It it 1 . 11 : .. r.. ...... i i. . t a 1 nul lished eik v i quarto lornt suilai'le tor niiicln; mS Four nuodredtnd Six.uM Pages of Ucadu,ri Mailer, Several Bar4rte bpavh i - with a full and complete Index, ltf cittultiitn M the! last Volume exceeded ii8,iHiO topiet per aack, aa4 iht practical receipts in ouc volcmc ate orlh '.o ai I: n iU much more than the tubscriptton pi ice. The lullowmg tn I aizu areobeied by tbe rui.iiM;. ei for tbe fourteeu largest lifts of subseribereaciit m by ; iwawa waaaij, T rget list; 175 lor the aecond ; t5 br Ike twro; Ml fr the fourth; aO lor the nfih; tJ5 lor tbe aUIAt HO for the soventh ; t'ib lor the eight!:; M lor the ninth; ! $26 for the tenth: 20 lor tho eleventh; f IB fjr iho twellih: 10 for the thirteenth; ar.d U for the iourtt entb. : The Mak will be paid to the oider ot the ruceesflul com- petitor Imaaeduialy anar IM m ot January, i6. Ti Kits. One conv. one ear, IS , one copy, rix innnihH, 1, five copies, tix months, $4 ; ten copies, hi j mjiitln, $S; 'en copies, twelve monthf, $15; fifieeti cop- lea. twelve awiW, til; twenty copie-, twelve months. MH! advanea , gf s!ihcriilinnf above twenty cau he taken 1 Hi lira l,4eeatR. ane ean be tent in al dif- leit n timer and from different Posi Officer. Sculiitrii and WeBteni aMMf taken fur tubrciip. i (loir. 1 . Letter 'hould he directed, post-paid, to Mi nn Si Co., 1 T28 Kiilton-Sl., N. Y. Vesfrp. Mt'NN 4 Co., aro eitcnsively engaged in pro curing ptent tor new inn -minus, and ill advite luven- 1 lion without charge, in regard to tho uofve'ty of their I nvention. 1 V 1 a patent ittetoctnes lK. .1. It. .HA It It 1ST CELTP TED C A f HOLIC ON - FOR THE RKUK1 ASM 6'I IIE Or- SUFMtRINQ FE MALES. It stand precniinunt loi it curative powers in all it is recommended, ur.u ally culled. FKMiLI C0Mrl.ll.M3. Of lawaa ate 1'iolupeu.s t'teri, or Falling of the Womb; Floor Alhus or Whites; Okronl Ii.ftuma lion and Ulceration ol lhe Womb; Incidental Mem enkajn. or flooding ; Painful. Suppressed, and irregular Menstruation, Ac , wilh all Ibeir acton. -p.niiiig etiln, (Cancer cx c?p'ed,)no mutter how tvara at ho long itarwiata Tin. Cmhnlii'on Inr -: n - olhur remedies, badlie more certain, leu eipen-iive, and leaving the lyatetu in .. l.i.i.nr rmmliii.ni. Let all interested call and obtain a r;lniplilet (free) containing ample ptoot,' front the most I i t.)ectahlc pec-tame sources, 01 1110 ocnenciai results 01 its ue ; tngether with letters from liiglily experienceU rnysiciaus, I who IiU '' u 'ed it 111 ibeir practice, anu apaaa nom uicir " 1 own obrti valions aaaraaaasrai- p. B. Paoaaam, M. I)., Dtlea N. Y. L, I). Fleming, M. 1)., Bocbtatt N. Y. M. il. Mills M. !., Rochester, N'. Y. I). Y. Foote, M. D., Byrawaa, N. Y. l'rof. LHa bar M. D., Bahkaera, Md., J. . Onick, M. J)., Baltimore.Md:, W. W. Reese, M. I)., New YoikCily. W. I'rosciitt. M. I)., Concord, N. II, J. P. Newlaml, M. D., l.'ttct, N. Y. Rev. C. S. Heard, Glenn Springs, S. C. rAMPIILATs'yi) BE HAD JT THE BTOEtTOP th. Charms A. BuJUtL, Agent, druggist, Cariolhn Ohio. AUo sold by Hrown ji Imhoiaa, New Ilagcretown, and by most Z'riiggisis in the adjoining countie. MT Notice to tho Unfortunate Female JO I feel it n duty incumbent upon myselt to declare publicly the great Messing Dr. MarcbUi's Ultrtnl i"atli olieon lias pioved to me. For two yesrsray heallli was miserable; 1 wus almost unable to walk. Physicians ' pronounced my case falling of the womb, extensive ul- j crratious; commencing with fluor elbus. TLo pain, inita ttea, prostration, and the intolerable foetid discharge rcn dated life almost a burden. In this miserable condition, ; It. V. P. Newlaml recoraemicJ lit. Marchisi' Jte.iuo , Calholieon. Alter takii g tour hoHles I find mysell in neifect health. Gratitude for my rcbtoraticu makes me ardently desire that all my box, alike unfortunate, may find suio relict from this inestimable medicine. ELIZABETH A. NEWI.ANV), No. Hi Watt at, Ulica, N. Y. The above ttatoment I khow to he true. E. P. NEW LAN'), M. I). Utica, N. Y. I have no hcsilatian In saying, J) Marchisi's Utciine Catholicon is invaluable in uterine disease generally. I havo used it in Fluor Alhus, Amenoirhcea, Prolapsus Uteri, and in c?es of extensive ulceration of tho vagina and os uteri. It ia worthy of tho notice of tho Faculty. JOHN 0. OitRICK, M. J). Baltimore, Md. tfTJ. B. MARCHI.S'I A Co. PiioeaiKroHa. Central iJepot, ot4 Broadway, N. X. Sept. 7, '61. 6 m. fr. .1. PtiTll'ai AMERICAN EYK-SALVE, fflliis aiticle is presented to the ", jfcw I puhlic as an External Hem- K ('. y, avoiding the pain and and danger which necessarily lUletide the introduction of oaus tic Minerals and Eye-Washes, with the assurance ol Us efficacy as a Curative of tht Tanou JhteaMt of the Eye; of Acute or Chronic Inliamation, whether induced by Scrolulou origin or otherwise; Debility of the Optic Nerve, Gianulation of the Lid, UMtttoi of the Lachrymal Glands, and Weakness of the Vision from any cause. Friet 25 Ot. CBox. For sale by Dr. B. Stevenson, Carrollton, aud , Druggists and Medicine Dealers generally. Dec. 8. 1853. lv DR. FJHtt.TO UNIVERSAL CANKER BALSAM. A sure, sale and certain cure for the most aggravated case of nuraiog sore Mouth, Calomel Sore Mouth, Can ker Rash, Incipient Bronchitis, and Quinsy, swelled Ton ils, P utrid Sore Throat, Black Tongue, and all Cases of ouuno 11 Canker in the Mouth, Thioat. and Stomach. rice 25 cts. per bottle. For eale by Dr. B. Stovenson, arrollton, and hy Drtiggiits and Medicine dealers gaa ally. Ms I H)V 1 0 Patent fflcDicincs, mm AYER'S PILLS, Amw ud (ianlarly auecMiful remedy fur lh cur or til BiBou'. iwun Co.UT, Indi tHtton, Jiundice, Dropsy , RbMjm.timn. Kewrs, Gout. HaBon.Nrrrouiinm. ImUb.lity, Adamrn. .. . - w A. k . V , aad Limha. FawaaU Caaanaaaaea. J Hrcait. staa. aM. , c.,e. I ;t lew are nMoasBtaiBwaMa nuyraiiTw aw cine is not aware or test required, and much tkk aeaa and fwring might be pravented, if a harm baa but eSaetC'l Calhartk were more freely aed a - .. 7' ... . . m 11 . . ,. hil .., klaat af bodyprevail ; bealdct u dm awtMrate aeriowa aai jftenhUldiaeaaea,whieu;;a nave oeen atoioea t the tim?lv snd iudickwu use ?( a wood pnrgatiie. Tais b mm true S f'ofck. IWak .rmr'". BUiout dersnaemenf "'T !' b0 produce the deep wnted and lonnidable d;temp.- which load the hearse 1 U1 iTri- kuc lanv. uwi' t a. reliablf familv physic ia or thr tint importance te the public health, and this Pill haa been perfect! with consummate skill to meet that demand. Aa ax tenure thai of its virtue by Fuvairiana, Proha aora, ana Patient, ha shown iwalU aurpsaaing aay thina hithfrto known of any medicine. Cure have been effected beyond beUef, were they wot tub atantiatrd by person of auch exalted poaition and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Among the many eminent gentlemcA who bar testined in favor of tbea PiUa, w may mention 1 Da A. A. Haraa, Analytical Chemiat, of Botton. j o. 5 i 3 afaa.arhnaa.lt. hth tnd State Aaaaj . pruKnal charactei is endorsed by tka Hon. Edwad Everbtt, sen.!?1 of ,h fe Robert C. WiKTHtor, t Speaker of tue of Representativea. Abbott Lawrenci, Minister Flra. to England, t John B. FrrzraTBicK.Cath. Bishop of Boa ton. AUo, Da. J. R. Chiltow, Practical Chemist, of New York City, endorsed by Hon. W. L. Maacr, Secretary ef State. Wm B. Ajtob, the richea t man in America. 8. L bland A Co., Propr' of the Metropolitan Hotel, and other. Did pace pctwiit, we could give manv hnndrrd frTtiftcates, from all parts where the Pills havt been ucd, but evidence even more convincing th.tn the expt rience of eminent public men I found in their effects upon trial. These Pills, the mult of long investigation and study, are offered to the public aa the beat and most complete which the present tate of mediml Ktrncr can afford. They are compounded not of the drugs themselves, but of tbe medicinal virtues only of Vegetable remedies, extracted by cbemiral f voces in a state of purity, and combined together a such a manner as to inaurr the best results. This system of composition for medicines has been found in the Cherry Pectoral and Pilla both, to produce a more efficient remedy than had hitherto been ob tained by any process. The reason is perfectly ob vious. While by the old mode of composition, ev ery medicine is burdened with more or lets of acri muniotis and injurious qualities, by this each indi vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative effect is present. All the inert and obnoxious qual ities of each fUostance employed are left behind, 1 curative virtues only ocing retained. Hcnot self-evident the effects should prove as they navf proved more purely remedial, and the Pills a surer, more powerful antidote to disease than any other medieme known to the world. As it is frequently expedient that my medicine should be taken under the counsel of an atruding Physician, and as he could not properly judge of a remedy without knowing it composition, t have supplied the accurate Fonnaase by which both my Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of Practitioners in the United States and British Amer ican Province. If however there should be any one who ha not received them, they will be prmuptlv forwarded by mail to his address. Of all the Patent Medicines that are offered, how few would be taken if their composition was known ! Their Ufe consists in their mystery. I have no mysteries. 1 The composition of my preparations is laid open tl all men, and all who are competent to judge 011 the subject freely acknowledge their convictions of their intrinsic merit. The Cherry Pectoral was pronounced by scientific men to be a wonderful medicine before its effect were known. Many m- j inent Physicians have declared the same thing of my Pilla, and even more confidently, and are will ing to certify that their anticipations were more than realised by their effects upon trial. They operate by their powerful influence nn tho tteraal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it to healthy action remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, restoring their Irregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exist, such derunge menta as arc the first origin of disease. Being sugar wrapped they are pleasant to tuke, and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in Sfcy quantity. For miuute directions, sec wrapper on the Box. rREI'AREIJ BY JAMES C. AYER, Practical nnd Annlyticnl Chemist, LOWELL, MAS8. Phot 23 Cents per Boa. Five Boxos for $1. SOLD BY F. F.ikstein, Jr., Cincinnati, Dr. C. A. Iloegle, Car rollton, and by all dealers in medicine overy where. HTOae agent wanted in every town in Carroll co. Juno 'Jfl, 1B.U, 4ni IlLUtVVs INVIGORATING C0K1HAL pi:rilv ygatfaJMJ in its composition. This invaluable ordial, is cxtrauted MM Herbs and Ruots, which have been found after years of expeiiunce by tlio most skilllul Physician.", to be possessed of imali tics most benelieial in lhe disease for which ili recom mended, and hence whilst it is presented to the public as an etlicacious icnicdv, it is also known to be of thia character on winch reliance may bo placed as to its safety In cases of iiupotency, llu'iuorrliages, DUonlered Sterili ty, Menstruation, or Suppression of the Menses, Flour Albums or Whites, or for D ABILITY arising from any cause, such as weakness from sickness, where the patient has been confined lo bed lor some lime, foi Females slier Confinement, Abortion or Miscarriagq, this Cordial cannot he excelled iu il talulary , Loots ; Ot iu loi-s of Muscular Eucigy, Irritability, Physical Prostra tion, Seminal Weakness, Palpitation of the Heart. Indi gestion, Sluggishness, Decay of the Procrealive Fiine lions, Nervousness, tc, where a Tonic Medicine is re quired, it will he found equal, it not operiOf to any Com pound ever i.std. TO FEMALES. Henry' Invigorating 01 diul, is one of the most invul uablc Medicines in the many Complaints to which Fe male are subject. It assists nature to brace the whole system, check excess, aud creates renewed health and happiness. Lesssuft'eiuig, disease and unliappincss among Ladies would exist, wete they generally to adopt the use of this ordial. Ladies who are debilitated by those ob- ti aetwai which females are liable lo, are restored by the use ul a bottle or two, to bloom and lo vigor. YOUNG M.N. That solitary practice, so fatal to lhe existence of man and il is the young who are most apt to become its vie tlM, from an ignorance of the danger to whieh U.ey subject themselves, cause KIRVOtJA ABILITY, Weakness ol the r-yslem and Premature Decoy. Mt;y of you may uow be suffering, misled as to the cause or sourco of disease. To those, then, who by excess have brought on themselves Premature lmpotcncy. Involun tary Seminal Emissions, Weakness and Shrivelling of the tlenilul Organ, Nervous Affection, or any other conse quence ot unrestrained indulgent e of the sensual pus r ions, oceosioning the necessity of renouncing the telle ties of MARRIAGff, lessening both menial and bodily capacity, ITold I Henry's Invigorating Cordial, a Medicine that is purely Vegetable, will aid nature to restore those important functions to a healthy stale, and will prove of service to you. It pos sesses rare virtues, is a general remover ol disease, tad atrengtheiier of the aystem AS A TONIC MEDICINAL it b unsurpassed. We do not place this Cordial on a footing with quack medicines, and, a is customary, ap pend a long list of Recommendations, Certificates, &c., beginning with "Hear what tbe preacher says, "and such like; it is not necessary, for "Henry's Inviugorating Cordial," only need a trial to prove that it will accom plish all we say. JTie Genuine " Henry'a Invigorating Cordial," is put up iu 8 oz Pannel Bottles, and is easily recognized by the Manufacturer's signature on the label of each bol tie, (to oaanterfeit which ia forgery.) tST OTd for 2 per Bottle ; Six for f8 ; $10 per dozen Prepared only by S. E. COHEN, No. I Franklin Row Vine Street, below Eighth, Philadelphia, TO WHOM ALL ORDERS MUST BE ADDRESSED. For Sale hv all respectable Druggist & Merchants throughout the country. april 20, 1854. ly.) While Goods .for Indies, a few pieies of eautiful new styles, barred and stripe, nnd r sale by V. at li. Fish, Mackeral and white fish, a good at JJattnt fittukntg, E- R- REMEDIKS- TOTIIK rUBLlU. RaawaT aOo.. taa Iofrnlota, Maavular turer a prwtot of tit ja t)y celebrated R R R Rer.i the brat to discover a Remidi tnsaVv the M 1 JP0 I, er a: 1 Mtraenlw Power of ttoppuig the wl kUcrten ting fainain an lusunt BlUying MM worn Cramps and tyaatn either 'nternal or external M a f-w ti.inoae. atkl oolhing the moat aavera Peiosyetn t KheutiMiutu Neuralgia, and Tic Dotortui, a tuoo at applied. Tbe P. R. R. Remediea constat! of lire Remediee, each potattttag fjfjtb ni woodaifut power over certain tyta plaint and disease, and wlUloauniiy aUUevc 1 n uuman syavem from fain. Regulate Sach Orin to a bead thy Actwn. & aolre Aay all Diseaaad Dapoaaia. Anuvate The b 4? from all Corrupt Hue- .m. STbiild Th Weak aud Broken down Co iKiiuiiona. Restore To Health, Strength and Vigoi ail unsound aid worn out part. It. It. R. Xo. 1. RADWAV'S READY RKLIKF, For all Acute Cotu. lainla, III lllit AMD ltl IIU T.i m 11 nl :t u apaM aalaaB 1 takta tat tae j-slcm.it will atop tli tMtw cacaiRnHn ftkt anJ qui. y T0-f iU CU"e- r nnnjf a mason well known lu Brooklyn, was a trX'yeac, Beady M Maal , Vmm Pain in Sfteen 2"utea unaided him to eH cnnTiii iii j Ia flitptMi L," " . aid of tllekl Of cro.leb In three IWU IU1ICB Wlliuru ..a , dayf; and cured him entirely f TI1t.ufat.1la of oiber cates qu J'.' a wvnltlul al IfM ' above, have been cured by R. U ca.f. c 11 0 l a a a until. I ffula-i- iviiy A'llef will relieve lhe aufcier from laTlpllninnlteeu or twenty minuUi. U walietbo moiidesrarau ease iu '" , ,,Jft. as? Uiou. Tie "Bomru. r.. ,:- Rvuv iv tpplieJ it allays the meat : painlui Faroxysm. It will alwayt cut. ica utau a c at a . It will relieve the uioa( dUtres-dng p .lns i.. f.licea nduutef, It will lute wise prevent reuewtd attack. 10 1 f. In ten minu'ea a tea spoonful ot It. H. iief will step thr CbilU and br-ak tie F. vcr. I AsiMioCasI ktrntf. Pains of all kinds, Bruise, Bun.', ' St.d, St.ai .,, Sprains, Stiff Hut, l.tiuaaeas. Uue ty. I plicu'iou ot ataiiway'l Aeady Tteilel aill in a lew ruo taaatt tailraty itaa Ufa pain. I It red'. . ei swelling heal s-rt cats and wound?, r 1 move biui.es, allays tbe most violent iriitattiona. Fur j all pains use It. It. A' lief. Look tor the aignatuto of ' .'id.iay 4 Co., 0:1 Bar btAttt, K. B K-No 2, I RAD WAT'S KKNOVATINO RESOLVENT Resolve, Renovates, Rebuilds, it cut-'- Tumors, Bleeding ol tin. I.ud gt '.'onsUinptii.'n, Si. ViiiiaDn.ee, tickets, Salt Abcuu:. Scrofula, syphillis, Sote, Asthma, Bronchitis, Nod, talker, Fevet Soic, Erysipelas, AVI. I 1. IT', Tetter. The above eighteen complaint A R. Jtstawtent il positively cute It renovates the system ccmplelely, A'esolvir.g aay from tht solida all iuipuie poUonou" and dUease'i depo.i il, freeing tlie blood and fluid of life, from ll c'rupt hiimnis, rettoiing energy and vigor, health and olrengtii, to eff Organ and Member ol tbo body. Lrrri.RS ihob moH aniioFiTT. Hon. J. J. Mmi'LiTON, or ffaCMAW, S. C. Wiiies us under dalo ot May 2nd, lSSJ. Tliat Aalwat' Atoovatlo Reaolvent cuied ote ol Ins utgious.nu In Plantation at lleaufi r , ol a taroAtloat eomp'aiut, of many year? slanding. The poor lellow was a disin M ug object ot pity, he waa a noving mas of ttrcs. TU other negroes could not remain in the MM place Willi him. None of tho Docter c. uld do anything for him - -He was emiroly cured by A'jdaay's AVuovuting AV- i vent, and It now at wink upon the Plantation. To tim people ot ft P. Mr. MtddrStoa is well known, and lo UMtMilitaad waild, Mr. Middloton is 1:0 stiuugi 1. I G k o I L A . Mr. W. B. Om an, of Dinyton, Duoly Co. G.. atlfier dale rf Ma; :id, lbol. Wiitt, 'lliat a servant e,lil w'.,n ns si r.diiLid that no one would give .1 ilnip Ii r bar life,'' she watte covered with sores, that intra was not a sp.ii nfpurv.llc.sh ot the Me ef a silver dollar on her rbolt bod;', was eutirely cured hy 7?adv.y' sWtMifaUftg A'esoU cut. NINIT KKN TVA R . Hra. Dtgotaasa . el vTtwtkird, Maft.. has been Mir d with OIX. solvent . fjr nil. etecu tears, BtttetubyA. A, s I 1. t I 11 I r M . s liiiuie awe el 4tli Mbeea wW qalekly vv' vriN ; n ii WO r. 0..0 g The most 0 vieldto fi: i ileman who Mppa ed that this complaint was I m edits; In his family, and had been iflHctM with Kilt Kliruni tinea bUbirta, was cured by lhe u.e nf a few bol tie ef the Venov.tiirg yiesolvent, jnd the Poitanont itktitm entinlg eradicated ft H kit tlc:t I iiycnerali. Bvtry organ and member of the body; if makes souix', healthy and .Ironfall weak, disca-nl and u.iomla.r.. wiaaiiat. In Male or Female is quickly euied, and tho jeUBtated Mid ttaetlttad nudo stronj, vigorous and hciiltliv. Im polenee and Nncmi al Eniissiim iu men, or aUeeta id either one or more of the geneiativo organs, isqiiiikiv removed, and IM body lOllOtll loahealihy and apnd condition, LOW SVIIUTS NERVOVbNCHS. In WOMKN, the numerous complaini and ailuni Is which cast such gloom over their spirits, a few doses of the A'enovating Resolvent will quickly remove and ihe most nervous, gloomy and dipt tattd , feel RtalthyjKrOUg and happy. lersoiis wishing this remedy 'ill leaso ok for fid way' Renovating Resolvent Its price is one dollar per bottle. So small bottle, ii"r ll the genuine ever sold (bl Us. Eieh bottle boars th" hfl fisaM BtgaatwtWbl RAUWAT !S & CO.. 162 Fulton street New Yoik. R. R R Xo. 3 BattwaT'l KcBllliaMra, Regutntts to a heulihy nction a!l tlie Or(au and Secretions of tlu-jjlioily, Kt-stores lu Health utu! Strengfh THE DISEASED ANU "WORN Ot'T PARTS. Complaints that Radway's Regulators entirely cure. Costlreiipsa, .iver Cf plellrt, Indigestion, Heait " rjipiaM, Kidney " Dropsy, Bladder " Vrcihia " Diffieuhy of passing Urine, Diztir.es, MetMtlM nl At Stomach, Itapor, BMoetaeea M 1 ! t .n UOLV M.I.lCS.tNT Dl OF.UKItS. Small Pox, Measles, Scarlet fever, Yellow Fover fiiltitai Potuauoala, TypbeWj I''ev, And Fever of All Kinds. Intlueiua, Irretelarity IljSteliil, W bile, Tleuiisy, t.n men Lo FKUVLK tilt balattl. Prolapsus I'tcri, Womb WfBculileai .dmenurihea, I.0SS t)F AmttTKi y.oes of lii.ergy, 7Ossol Memory, .oss of Strtt.gtl.. R. R. WEaUL.X s ARK ENTIRKLV VKOKTaUI-I. Perfeclly Tasteless, Gooi1 at all limes. Never Sicken, Never Gripe, Dosk8. One to three Regulates. Four to six Purges, ono Regulator at night, on going en bednllure a sound uleep, a good night's rest, and a healthy and pleasant discharge from the Bowels in the morning Radway's Regulators, Ready Relief Renova ting Resolvent are sold by Druggists every where. N. B. Person troubled with Melancholv Depression of Spirit, and every body who feels themselves ill used by the world without any just cause on their parts, houI4 take a few doses ol R. R. Regulators. More uiihappincs is caused within us from the want of a healthy and rrg ular action of our organs, lhan from any external cause. Wc promise all who take Radway's Regulators, aiegtiln action, of the organs, and a cbccrlul and happv dispo' tion Har.WAV & Co., Ilii Fulton-slreet. For sale by Dr. C. A. Hofgf.l, Druggist, le for tale by C. & B.