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CQrllsKK IS HEALTH TO THS"SlCK !.Jj
A NEVER FAILING CUBE FOR
And unrivalled as a Tunic in all caiei of Debility
Female Obstructions, Ft vers, tic.
Owing to the unprincipled venality of a
certain set of pretenders to skill, in the Art of
compounding medicine with reference to the
cure of humun ills, the conntry has been delu
ged with nostrums, to euro this nnd that dis
euie oae"tonio mixture" and another "pan
cen," and "cntholicon," -to. &c, ad infini
I u hi, until It has become necessary for men ol
science, nnd those who wish to save the unfor
tunate from imposition and death, to lend
their nid in stopping the ruvugos o qimckery
and presumption. Therefore, this Lozenge
was invented by un experienced Chemist and
I'll yxiciiin in acconlunco with the immutable
irinciplcs of physilugical science as applies
ilo to the pntholitpy of human dlseaso and ox.
prossly to meet the wants of EMIURNATS
nnd pcoplo of all pluces whero the above
disensei prevail, and it indisputably the best
medicine ever before offered to the public for
tho cure of I note ilisenset. Ilnving more
power than the Quinine, it has none of its
danger to the constitution, as it prevents the
formation of DISEASE IN TllE LIVER,
AGUE CAKES, iVo. so often (he consequence
of tbo injudicious mo of QUININE, It will
never fail to cure the ague and all discuses of
the constitution uttendunt upon it, when used
according to the directions. There are twenty
four Lozonges and six Pills in ench box. Prioe
one dollar per box. Tte ohcupeit medicine
ever lielure offered in proportion to its virtues.
Directions insblo of tne Box.
D. H. NOBLE, General Agent,
Dexter, M. T,
This may certify, Hint huviug been afflicted
wilh Ague mill Fewr, in a most aggravated
form, fur more than twelve months, without
any intermission, except for n few (lays, I was
at length perfooily cured by the use of one bos
of Noble's Againcdiiin Lozeugo, after hnving
I nod most of the propnred remedies with no
effect, such ni Quinine, B:irlc, and various com
pounds. Such was my situation, previous to
using the Loiewj,n, that 1 was wholly incup.v
bid of lining at:y kind ol labor, and rapidly on
(ho (Iodine. A few days' uso of it, however,
wrought so great a change, that I was able to
ooiuiuenco work, which I have continued with
out interruption ever sinoe, nllliouh ninny
months have elnpscd since. I would recom
mend (his modiniiia to thoso nlllictej with Fe
ver and Aguo,asniure nnd rffeatnnl remedy
for (hut disease. OlilOl) TAYLOli.
S')io, Miohigun, Decoiubcr 5, 1835.
Iocrtify, that I was oured of an inveterate
Ague by the mo of Noble's Ajiimediun Ln-
zenge. 1 would recommend it ns a rucliculanu
pormnncnl remedy for that disease.
Dexter Village, Michigan, Fab. 21, 1U3G.
I can chenrfully testify to the superior effica
cy of Noblu's Ajjnuieilijii Lozengo, as a rema
dy for Fuvnr and Ague, from its iue in my own
cast-, hnving been peifeclly cured of Fuverand
Ague by it, ul'tor huving uiailo n trial of vn
rioui other medicines with no effect.
- JOKL NEC! US.
Webster, Michigan, March 20, 1830.
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who will bo happy to show some of the very
ninny orrtilicutes which unsolinited nrethronq
ing In, or by "ending orders to Strong Si Walk
er, Hudson, Porta pa County, Ohio, or to any
othor regularly uutlioiitod agent in New Yum
or Philadelphia. -
For sale in Ravenna by , I. SWIfT.
Hud sun, Ma roh 9, 1836 45
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FOR SALE AT THIS OFFIOE
ANY articlesare before the public, as a
cure for that most obstinate and lormen
ing disease the Rheumatism, aud from close
observation, we are led to believe they huve at
a very groat extent, failed to product that de
sirable result; and may it not be attributed U
the fuct that articles said to cureltiis trouole
tuuid disorder, are alio recommended to cure
almost every disease with which our Trail bod
ies are attacked, and in theirp reparation that
objectis kept in view, viz: to bare Iheaedi-
oine a cure for all diseases
Tbe Vegetable Rheumatic Drops are offered
to the public as a remedy for Rheumatism;
and as no case is known wbere a perfect cure
was not effected, we are justified in declaring
it u valuable medcine for that ptinlul disease
nnd for no other is it recommended. Price 50
Messrs. O. Si S. Crosby lc Co . Gentlemen .
I feel happy in hnving it in my power to state
to vou the good effect ofyour Vegetable Rheu
matic Drops, or sure remedy, had in restoring
me from a sir.k bed. In the month ol April lust, I
was so afflicted with the lnflnmatory Rheuma
tism that I was confined to my bed . I was en.
tirely unable to help myself. I could not so
much asturn myselfin bed, and it was with tbe
fgreateet difficulty (lint I could be moved in it
I tried various kinds of medicine, and wasut
lended Hy n skillful physician, but nil to no ef
fect, vntil I made use of your Sure Remedy,
which when applied as directed, gave me im
mediate relief. Within a short time after Icom
inenccd using it, I was able to ride out and at
tend my nsnul business. I can cheerlu-liy re
commend it to (he public usbeing n good mrd
cine for Rheumatic complnints, as it line been
a number of months and I hnve had no return
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 1st, 1832.
Messrs Crosby's & Co. I was afflicted for
several months wilh the Rheumatism ;nnd hav
ing used ivery remedy recommended by the
most eminent physicians within my rench with
out success, I at length procured a bottle of
j our Kheumalic Drops or Sure Remedy, nnd
made the application as directed, and before I
had used one half of it, a perfect cure was ef
fected ; and to n:y knowledge the same bottle
cured two of my neighbors. It is now about
two years sinca I used your medicine, and 1
have not been troubled with the Rheumatism
since. RODNEY 8PALD NG.
Murinn, Marion Co.O. May 20, 1832.
THIS valuable medicineis celebrated for
curing WhitoS welling of every description
bore Legs and Ulcers ol longstanding. Glan
dular '1 umors, Felons, or what some people
know by the name of Cutarrhs; Rheumatic
pains, and liruises; Tetters of all kinds; C'hil
qluins, or parts affected by frost; it is also one
of the best remedies for Scalds nnd Burns.
For glandular swellings, it is superior to any
medicine yet known. It is much safer than
mercurial applications, (as it docs not contain
the smallest atom of that mineral,) becuuee i t
does not lay the patient liuble to injury from
exposure to cold.
It cures the worst folons or whitlows on an
application of forty-eight hours.
Rheumatisms which have stood so long as
to become a systematic ontiorer, require mcui
cine to be taken inwardly to remove ihem en
tiroly. Rut in most cases by applying this oint'
mcnt externally, ns directed, it will give relief
Washington, March 29, 1830.
Sir My son being nfllioted for live years
wilh White Swelling, nnd hnving apphec eve
ry remedy recommended by the most eminent
physicians within my reach, without success, I
at loiigth procured one jug of Dr. Judkin's Pa
tent Specific Oirilmont, nuil state, for tho bene
fit of the nfllioted, that before one jug was used
aperfuctcurawas effected. My son has en
joyed good health ever since. I have no doubt
to tne uintmcni uione ne is inaonteu, as no.
thing elso was used for more than nine mouths
before the application of the Ointment.
llespeclfully, . JOIIxN COCKE.
1 have made uso of Dr. Judkin's Ointment,
nnd it has prnvod a most valuable medicine to
m y sonii, who fur many years tins boen affected
with chill blains, and was obliged to wear In-iliun-Rubber
shoos, till I made use of be
Ointrhmit, which effected an entire cure, it
is also the best remedy for sores and wounds,
huve ever used in my family.
Worcealor, Muss. April 12, 1834.
ftT-For sale by
U. S. BRISTOL, Ravenna.
J. D.COMMIN8, Akron.
KENT Si BUEW8TER, Hudson.
April 23, 1835. 51 foyeow
M1E only Spccifio over jet offered to the
rutiiio, irora which a radical and pcrruu-
ntmlcuro may bo obtained, ol thut disagree i
evils; such as fracturing jaws in extracting of
the teeth, which often proves more painful than
the tooth ache itself; and cold passing from
the decaying teeth to thejaw, thence to the
head, producing a rneumutic attcction, with
ranny othcrunplitusant effocts,sucli asdisagree
able breath, bad taste in tho mouth, to. &c.
all of which are occasioned from foul or decay
ing teeth. I am happy in having it in my pow
er to offer to the world a remedy that will not
only remove tho pain, but preserve the teeth
orom further docny,ond detach the carious
mutter from suoh ashave notcoromenced ach
ing, andremove the tnrtur nnd all other filth
from tho teeth, restoring them to health and
Mr. Thomat While I have .the pleasure to
inform you, that I have been using your Tooth
aohe Drops in my practioo for some time past,
and I must acknowledge that I Cod them far
superior to any thing I have ever yet known
for that purpose.
I am well convinced that it will cure most
cases of Tooth-ache, when it is timely and
properly applied ; and from a few weeks' ex
perience,! am decidedly of the opinion thatit
will huve a very beneficial effect in preserving
the teeth ; and recommend it, hoping it may
prove a blessing to humanity, and advantage
oqi to yourself.
WM. I. BIRKLEY, Surg.Dent.
No. 99, South fifth Street,
September 12, 1C?9. Philadelphia, Pa
Eaia,( Pa.) October 17, 1833.
TheinhicriherahnvlnB- wiin.M! k&
sing effects of Dr. Thomas White's Vegetuble
Tooth-Ache Drops, feel a pleasure in recom
mending it to those that are afflicted wilh the
Tooth-Ache , as a safe, and in most cases per.
cotly efficient remedy for the disorder.
A. BF.BEE, Physician.
K. L. HARVEY, Ed. Erie Observer,
ALBERT THAYER, Physician.
O, N, SAGE, Dentist. 1
Dr. Whiton's Vegetable
rWlHE convenience of a cheap remedy, in
JL the form of Vills, suited to the commence
ment of most of the indispositions to which we
are liable, needs no comment.
Many diseases, in their forming stage, are
arrested, by the exhibition of proper cathartic
mcdioine,and the consequentsuficring and ex.
pense are thereby avoided.
All that pills can effect, in preserving orre
storing health and that u much may be ex
pected, and will be derived, from the timely
use of these pills.
They nrepeculiarlyexceilentin everv vari
ety of headache, proceeding from a foul, acid,
ishness of the system, dependent on the same
enure. In short, for every derangemeut of the
stomach and bowels, requiring cathartic medi
cine, the Vegetuble Anti-Bilious Pillsadmit no
OR RHEUMATISM AND FEVER BORES.
AN important remedy for oil those whoare
afflicted with inflammatory complaints
by its easing pain, counteracting influmma
tions, and giving speedy relief without dia
greeable sensution, and for its active strength
eriingi sodoric properties un effectual remedy
for the Rheumatism, cramp, ague in thebreast,
burns, bruises, scrofolo, old sores, ulcers of all
moBt everydescription, particularly fever sores
Those persons Buffering with liver complaints
pulmonary diseasei,inflaromation on tbelungi
wilh pains in the tide and breast, headache,
pains and weakness in the back, will find relier
and in all cases it may be used with safety. If
Ibe pain be in the joints, it has proved mostef
fictual by applying it to Iho feel. It should
be spread thin on toft leather or paper, and op
plied to or as near to the part afflicted as pos
sible. In case of severe inflammation, bleeding
and a dose or two of gentle Physic may be ne
cessary, and the plaster wants changing, and
thin coat added every Iwenty-fonr hours. In
case of fever sore, daily use of syrup made of
the Burdock Root for some weeks woi-1 oe
useful and important.
It will be found highly useful for f itftton
the feet, also for Strums und Bruises on horses
Made and sold, wholesale and retail by E
DEAN, at bis Drug & Medical Sto'e, West
field Chautauque county, N. Y.
To the Afflicted. This may certify, that,
having been afflicted for five years paU with
wbut the doctors call the nervous rheumatism,
in my hip, legs, end jet, so that the cords con
tracted, und I lost the use of (hem, in a great
mcasuro my feet especially, had become al
most useless, that I have called ,on physicians,
from every quarter, both Botnnio nnd Apothe
cary, without any effect, and having madeuse
oMhe Chemical plaster, which has relived me
.from pain, loosed the cords, nnd restored my
itubs bs to health in a short time.
Mcndon, July 25, 1833.
This may certify that I have been aflicled
with Ihe rheumatism in my shoulder, in such a
manner that I could net raise my hand to my
hf nd,and I applied the chemical phis(er,wbich
effected a cure in less than 48 hours.
Mrs. E. WILCOX.
Jamestown , September 22, 1832.
I hnve witnessed in an inveterate case of
Fever sore, of four years standing, in my fami.
Iy, an entire cure was effected, by the above
Piastcr,in about four weeks. Wii, BRITTON.
Wettfinld, June 4. 1836.
I have been afflicted for six veart with an
inflammatory rheumatism in my feet and limbs
attended with agonizing pnin, depriving me of
sleep and ease at times, night and day. I have
sought in vain for medical relief, until beuring
of the Chemical Fluster, sold by E. Dean,
which has afforded immediate relief. My feet
were in such agony that it seemed ns if they
would split open. I applied a plaster and in
a few hours they were perfectly easy and free
from poin. WM. CHASE.
Weslfleld, Ang.5, 1883.
05-Fnr lalo by ISAAC SWIFT,
April 23, 18.5. Ravenna'
J A YN 13 S
r1IIE parlicular attention of the public is
JL requested to this valuable Medicine,
which has acquired an unrivaled reputution for
curing Diarrhoea, or looseness, Dysentery,
Sick and nervous headache, Cholera Morbus,
Cholics, Cramps, &c ., and that frequent and
fatal malady among children, termed Cholera
Infantum or Summer complaints.
It is recommended by a great many Physi
cians, Clergymen and families of the first re
spectability, who have repeatedly u'ed it, and
sent their certificates of its utility to the pro
prietor, which may be seen, by cnjlihg on any
of Ihe agents for the sale of this medicine.
Among them will be found the names of Doc
tor Dodson, Philadelphia, Dr. C. Hammond,
Leeslurg, Va.j Dr. Lawrence, Cedarville,
Rev. T. J. Kilts, Pastor 2d Baptist Church
Philadelphia, Rev. Wm. Bacon, (M. D.) Pas
tor of the Baptist Church, Woodstown, N. J
Rev. C. J. Hopkins, of Freehold, N. J Rev.
E. H. Barber, Reading, Pa., Dr. M. L.
Knapp, late Physician to the Baltimore Dy
spensary and agent for the Maryland Vaccine
Institution Dr. Wm. Steeling, Bridgeton,
N . J. And host of others equally respecta
ble. Prepsred and sold by Dr. D. Jayne, sole
uronrietor finlem. NT .1.
And may be had of Dr. Isaac Swift.Raveana,
Ohio. Where also ia kent .livn.t. l:.. c
- , - -'J .w MU1.II
pectorant the most useful medicinefor coughs
colds, Influenza, Hooping cough, pains and
weakness of the Breatt and ether Pulmonary
Ravenna, May 11, 1837. 1
FTHIE subscriber has located himself In Ra
jas, venua, nnd established BAKERY,
Cakes, Bread, Crackers
and all articles in his line will at all timet be
kept on hand. The pvb.'io i e requested to
ooll, as he believes I s can afford them new,
nd warm Brcec Corkers aed Pies, cheaper
man tney canmaxe them.
Bakery two Door East of I. Swifi's Drug
Shop. MiLO FOOT;
Ravenne July 14, 1836,
. Tavern Stand For Sale,
rjJAHE subscriber will sell hia Tavern Stand
JL situated at the four corners (so called,)
in the township of Wmdham.lcounty of Port
age, and State of Ohio. The premises consist
of one acre of land with a two story house
thereon and stable, and all suitable accommo
dation for the tavern keeping business,
i The Stand is also well located for that busi
ness or for merchandising,
i The above properly will be told low and
ermi of payment easy. DAN'L. WANN. 1
W indium May8tb, 8 37".
S. MASON & CO.
AVE just received from New-York,
GENERAL ASSORTMENT ol
G IS O C JE R I B IS,
which they will sell. Cheap for ready pay.
Their stook cousists in pari, of
Spice pepper Sauce
Table Salt Cinnamon
Ginger Zante Currants
Raisins R'c "
Ravenna, Deo 29, 1836.
illE subscriber is receiving a general
GROO KITS. HARDWARE St
Those wishing to purchase are invited to
call and examine his stock ,at the store recenta
ly occupied by Mr. Whittlesey, on the north
side of the public square, nearly oppo3ite tbe
Ravenna, June 30, 1836. 8
A General 'As-
sortment of WINES, for
bale by S. MASON Si CO.
Ravenna, Dec 29, 1636.
A FEW barrels of SALT, for sale by
CP. SEYMOUR & CO.
Ravenna, Jan. 18, 1837.
for sale by
. MASON ot CO.
Ravenna. Dee 29, 1836.
A FEW Boxes best Spanish CIGARS
for sale by
S. MASON & CO.
Rnyenna Dec 29, lESe.
A LOT OF HOLLOW WARE for sale by
S. MASON, & Co.
April 1. 48
A FEW Baskets of CHAMPAIGN,
for sale by
S. MASON &CO..
fiarer.na, Dec 29, 1836.
QUANTITY of WHITE LYME just
received, and for sale bv
Ravenna, March 8, 183. 3w44
W f FRANKLIN STOVE, for sale by
10. S.MASON, 8c Co.
April 1. 48
A GOOD COOKING STOVE, for sale by
... S. MASON, & Co.
A FEW BUSHELS White Beansfor sale
b7 3. MASON &Co.
Ravenna, May 11, 1837.
IT LOUR kept constantly on hand,
. and for sale by
S. MASON & CO.
Ravenna, Dee. S9, 1836,
150 lbs. C0AISH'
A few barrels of MACKEREL and
PICKEREL, for Bale by
S. MASON & CO.
Ravenna, Dec 291836.
fur Sale by
Ravenna, Dec 29, 1886.
iVTOTICE is hrrebv clven that mv omIV
Nuncy, has left my bed nnd board , with
out just cause or provocation. The fore I for
bid any person harboring or trusting her on
my account, as I will pay no debis of her
coniraoung LfcVl BURROUGHS
Stow, May 12th, 187. 3-2
OTICE is hereby civen. that all nersona
inueoieato iue estate ol Israel label. lat
of Tallmage township. Portaee countv. niim.
deceased, are requested to make an immedi
ate payment to the subscriber, ami all uih
have legal claims against said estate will pre-
AM. .1 I II - f ... 1 .
cm mcui icgany proven ior settlemcntwith
in eighteen months.
STEPHEN WOODEN, Administrator of
Israel label, dee'd.
Tallmage, April 13, 1S37. 4t49
TjURSUANT to an order of the Court of
M. Common fleas of Portage County, made
at. iue may icns io.if . i snail otter tor sale,
at public vendue, at the house occupied by
widow Mary Kincr. on the nremises. on th
tenth day of June 1837, between the hour of
one o ciock, ana tour o'clock r. M . the undi
vided interest of Homer King, Maritts, King,
and Mary King , minor heirs of Hezekiah
King deceased in and to the following describ
ed land towit thirteen acre and sixty one
i ,r , ... . . .
ami a nan uunureauis in me northwest cor
ner of Lot one in Portacre Townshirj Twelv
acre in Lot forty-nine, and one hundred and
-ixly acre in Lot forty-nine, and forty acres
in mi aii'Miuie iii tMonnsmpron (o be sold
subject to dower.
REES JONES, Guardian.
May mtn. WJ7. 4Wi
lluglt laclCeady's Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given, that all who are
iudebted to the estate of Hugh McKeady,
late of Pari township, Portage county, rjhio,
deceased, re required te make immediate
payment to the subscribers, and all who have
legal claims against said estate will present
them legally proven for settlement witriin one
year fom this date. f
BRAINARD SELBY, Ad'r.
' SUSAN McREADY, Adm'i, 1
: Pris, May S3, 1837. , 4t3 'i
POST OFFICE noCRsT
FROM 8 o'clock, A. M. to 13 M.
From 1 o'clock, P. M. to 5 P. M.
From 7 o'clock, P, M. to 8 P. M.
On Sundays from 8 to 9 o'clock A.M.
' J. B. KING, P. M. !
Ravenna, Nor. 10, 1836. t7t
S. W. COCHRAN.
Attorney at Law, .. . 1
Biwwwt-w nniir in . unnsn niirrt "
CdirOffice at the Lower Village. J .
lebruarv. 18 1836
.lioct. J. 1. W LLIItV
"HTfcESPECTFULLY tenders his service "
StM' as FaTsician and Suboiojt to the Ciitt
zens of Ravenna and vicin.ty.
Residence at Dr. J. DeWolf's.
avenna, March 30, 1837. .
Just received, and for sal8
S. MASON, & CO.
MRS. C. H. G01T,
WOULD say to her customers that she
has receieved her Spring and Sum
mer FASHIONS, with a variety of MILLIN
ERY, A'c. She hvs an unusual suoplv of
TRA VELLINO DRAWJf BOWNETSi
PLAINU FIGURED DRESS HATS,
ThSCANti PLAIN STRAW, DO- -a
of almost every variety. .
Ravenna, April 27, 1837. 51tf "
FOR a SALE, '
f FARM situate in the tewn of Charles
Xta Portage County, Ohio, containing one
hundred and three acres; 75 under good im
provement, well watered; an orchard of graft
ed fruit, and a sugar orchard; a sufficient
quantity of Plum and Peach trees; a well of
good water r.ear the door; a comfortable
frame dwelling hou'e & barn) located on tho
read from Ravenna to Warren, four miles from
the county seat, & one from the centre of the -town,
j of a mile from the Mahoning canal ;
near a saw-mill and grist-mill .For further
particulars enquire nf the subscriber on the
premises. JOSEPH PADDOCK.
April 24, 1837. 5 1 if
Tus State of Obio ? In the Court of Common
Poutaob Coohtt.sbJ Pleas Feb. Term, 1837 r
Benjamin F. Hopkins")
Daniel Collar. In Chancery.
George Collar & J
" Thomas Earl j
XT THIS Term of the Court came the
iSUs Complainant, by his Solictor, and filed
his Bill si tting forth that the said Daneii Collra
on the 18th day ofrtpril 1836 sold to Com-
rilnlnlmt nn on.! a kntr..... p I ..... I r .
........ ... .inn .ucd ui IIU in U)I
26 in Franklin being the same land deeded if
' i rice, i nai aiinougn Hie '
said land stood in tho name ef George Collar, 1
yet the said Daniel was the equitable owner,
as he purchased it and paid for it said George
being a minor that Complainant had paid for
said land-that to vest the title in Complain
ant said Daniel filed his petition in this Court
that he obtained nn order to sell the same
that he has sold it for upward of three hum.
dred dollars,which money is now in the hands
of Thomas Earl, agent for said Daniel and
that said Daniel and George have fled the
country, without making title to Conplainant
and said bill prays that so much of said money
now in the hands of said Thomas, as shall
be sufficient for that purpose, be decreed to
Complainant, and that said Thomas be enjoin
ed from paying over said money to said Dan
iel tVGeorge till a final hearing of this cause
and it appearingtbat said Goerere and Dsniei-
are not residents of the State of Ohio, it is or
dered that notice af the pendency of this suit
be given by publication in the Western Cou
rier, for sis. consecutivn weeks.
IS THEREFORE HEREBY CIVEN to the
stiid Daniel Collar and George Collar, that "
unless they be and app ar in this Court at tho
next term thereof, to commence on the 8th
day of May next, and within sixty days there
after plead, answer or demur to snid bill, the
same will be taken as confessed, and a decree
rendered thereon accordingly. .
GEORGE KlRKUM, Clerk, i
L. V. Bianci, Sohr
Ravenna, March 30, 1837. 6w43 f"
Tag Statb or Onto, ? N the Supreme
Purtage County, ss. J H Court.
Vacation after August Term, A. D. 1836.
Althera Williams, T
vs. V Petition for Divorce.
Benjamin Williams. J
The said Benjamin Williams will take no
tice that the said Althera, his wife, has on this
8th day of May A. D. 1837, filed her petition
in the office of the Clerk of said Court, pray
ing for a divorce, a vinculo matrimonii, and
has assigned for cause, habitual drunkenness
for three years, and totttl neglect of duty.
He will therefore appear at the next term of
said Court, t be hslden on the 4th day of
September A D. 1837, and show cause if any
he has, why the prayer of the petitioner shall
not be granted. '
GEORGE KIRKUM, C'erk.
R. P. SPALDING, Solicitor. . J 2
for the Western Courier, to whom payment
James Woodward, Franklin ' -
Marcus A. Bicrce, P.M. Nelson,
Miles T. Norton, Esq. Hiram.
Jarfb Jawiacs, P. M. New Portage.
Alonio Dee, Boston Ohio.
John B. Whcetlen, P.. M Hadson.
George Liilie, Esq. Nortbfield.
E. S. Chapman, P. M. Shalersville.
James Wright, Esq. Rootstown.
JbtdB. Buruett, P. M. BrimBeld.
Roun Clark, P.M, Middlebury. . .'
Benoni Teomsoh, Shalersville,
Skth Harmon, Muntun, "
Lewis Huhiston, P. M., Akron,
Titus Wetmobe, P. M., Stow,
William Gakonkh, Freedom',
OnauNCY Case, Jr. I ,.,. .
IIbnbt Baldwin, Aurora,
Henby W bthobb, Cuyatiogn Fulls.
. C. Alvord, Old Portage, , ":
Jonathan MebIv.k, Randolph, '
H. A. Burchasd, Windhnm
Wilson & Smith, Deerfield,
Wm. w. Wolcott, Gnrrcttsville,
Thomas B. Selbv, Paris,
Francib Lewis, Palmyra, .
8. DlCKinsoM. Wadswnrth. -
John Pabdbe. P. M.l Medi na ki.
HrNY Kiutmst Richfield do.