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A NEVKIl I' VII.INO CUUli FOa
I'lJanrinatle lasa Tunic in uilcascs nf OcOiiitj
t'taule Obilruciiaiu, I'tvcra, tic.
Owing ;tu. 4lie unprinoipled venality of a
certain set of prtteuih-rs to Viill, in the art ul
coinpouiiillnj luodi.une with reference to the
cure of liumunill, the country has tieeu ill In
ged with nostrum, to euro Hits anil llutt
ruse ou"toiiio uiixt,irt:' and uuol! r "pan
c s," iiinl "eathulie ui," &.c. ii.c , ml inliui"
turn until it has become iiuctssiiry fur men ol
science, is tsil tlmie who wi-h to sin e die util'or
inn itu from irnpnsitieii unci de.ith, to lend
their aid in slopiiiug Ihe ravages u quackery
an I preiutii.iliuii. Ther-jl'ire, this Lw- "go
was iiivouto'l by tin experienced t'licmis! and
I'liy-ician in iiccT'lauco with Hie iioiuiitahle
principles of pliysilogicul science us iippiicu
blc to the patliiil i'y of buiuim liseuse ami ot
pressly to meet t!m wants of U.MlGltN tTS
und peopli! of all places wheio theubove
diseases prevuil, and is indisputably the Lest
medicine ever be'oro j'fered to ll. pullic for
Hie cure of thoto disenses. (laving more
power tliun the (jiiiniuc, it bus none ol its
' danger to the constitution, as it prevents thu
formation of DISIiASK IN TllK I.IVJiU,
AUU K CAKKS, iVc. so often Ihecnnseqiieucc
of the injudicious ueo of (4UIN1M10. ll will
never fail to cure tho nitufl und nil (!iseares nf
(he constitution iKtciiiliint upon it, nlion und
according (o the directions. 'J hewitru twenty
four LoseiieeB iiml six i'illsin cue.h hox. I'rict
one dollar per box. l'Le oheiij.eat meilieine
ever hefore olfered in propnrfiou to its virtues.
Directions insii'ri of t;ie Kox. ,
li. J. iSOtjLU, General Ai-ent,
Uexter, .M. T.
, This may cirlily, tin. I having been aflliclrd
with A;;tic mill fever, in u m rt ii;;i;ravatnd
I'm ui, lor imiru tliun twulve iiioiiIIih, withniit
liny inlerniis'ion, except for u few days, I was
Ml length pirfectly cured by the ii'e of one hox
of NoIiIm's Agumeili.iri Lozenge, nfl. r having
tiled most of tho prepared remedies with no
oll'ect, such lis (Quinine, liiirlf, mid vurious cou.
pnuuds. Such vus .iiy sitnution, previous to
using the Lozenge, thut I was wholly incupif
bla of doing utiy Uiml of Ijihnr, nnd rnpiilly on
Ihiidccline. A -few days' use of it, however,
wrought so refill a chaise, that I was nhl tn
coiuineiiee ivorl;, which I have continued with
out ititerruptinii over since, nllliouuh many
months' Imvo elnpted since. I would rcroin
iiien l (his ineilieitio to thusn nOlioli'il with fe
ver and Ae;tip, as a sure mid ctlectuul leiumly
for that (lueao. Olir.U T.WLOU.
S iio, Michigan, DiWnihur .1, lil.'.'5,
I certify, Unit I was cured of mi invetcralo
Agile hy (lie imn ol Nohli's Againediiin l.o
env;i!. I would rucoiimit iul it as a rnilical nul
pcriii'ineul remedy for Hint iliei,se,
Dexter Villngc, Michigun, Feb. wl, 1U3H.
I onn elieerltillyto lily lo the superiortfliua
cy of Noble's Ag.iinedjuii Lozenge, us u reme
dy tor r'eier ami Agun, front its ue in my own
case, having been prileotly cured nf 'ever and
Aguu by it, after having iniiilo n trial ol va
rious other medicines with no elfeci.
Webster, Michigan, March "20, is.'ltl.
fejy-This meilieine enn be had wholesale
ntnl retail by npplying to the General Ajent
who will ho It is to show some if the very
many etrtifii tiles whioh muolicile.l nrctlirong
ing in, or by setnliiij! orders tn St nmi: ''. Wn.ii
er, lliulson, I'.irince County, Ohio, 'or to nny
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Ifii-I'i.n, ,"Iareh, I fci;ti .r
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- Justice Ii!anks.
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE,
y f"rT7 sr..ir r ivfr' VT tf7il
i $ AN V nrliclt sare before the public, as a
i.l fi euro lor Unit must oWir.ale and iui trten
iiii ilieiHo the Uiieuiuutism, isud Ir.oui cluEe
liseri'itioii, we lire led li bulicto lliKy-btve lit
i very rcit extent, liiilfid to product tlialt'e
.rir:ihle insult : umi mav it not be attributt il t .
ilm fact thnl artii.iefsaid to ci.iathis trourdo-.MU..-
disorder, lue ii'so ri ci.iiifi.en-h il to ttie
.tl.nort every i!i. u'e with which ot;r'rni! fco;;
ie.s are iiUuuki d,nudin theirprcparnlioh I hut
ohjecii; kept in view, vi;;: to havu the n.edi
cine n eur-' for ull difeares '
The Vegetable UlieUinatie Dropsnrc offered
to the public us a reincc.y fur ttheuiiiiti'UJ ;
nnd us no case is known whine a pnrlrct cure
was not t.fecteil, we uro justified in ileclanng
it a viiluaolP lueileine for ibnt ptitHul disease
nuit for uo otlit'i is it recuiuiueiulsd. 1'iiee tO
Messrs. O. Crusi.y ifCo . Genlfenien.
I feel happy in having it in my power to stnlfc
t... vo.i the w,rioil cil'eel of jour Vegetnblo HI eu
m atic Dr-ijis, or sure remedy, had in rtstonne
niolrom a sie.k bed. In the Month ot A prill list, 1
was so alf.ietod with the hiihiiiiutoiy lihei:ni;i
tisiuthat 1 wasci'iiilined to Hi) bed. lwnse.ii.
f'.rely UMiblo t' help myself. I could not so
iiiuo'.i ! turn ui.( n il in he,l,-ini! it was with the
hi-ateM liiuictilli i:ut I coM be wove! in it
I trie l viiri'.nis Uiin! of meilieine, und was at
tended l'V a sUilll'ul physician, lull ulitoi.o el
ic:!, rf-itif 1 iimile iif of youi Suro lUu.edy,
which when nppliril us diretrd, g-ve me Ha
iuei!i:tt rebel. Wilhii, a !,'. rt (luiefriiert-omu.
oii neci u-iii'.: it, I K'nsiiLle to ride mil and at
tend my iiioal hii.oiueps. i e.an cheeiluliy re-
eoiiiinend ii to the ioldic imhi-iui! a !, I n.eif
cine lor itbetnualic co.-npl:.iul. ns it Ion been
a number of uioiilhr Mul 1 have had no return
A A HON iJOL 1ti.lUGK,
Coluiu!;i!J,0!-.io, Nov. 1st, liiJ:2.
.1Usrs Crosby's &. Co. I was nfilicted for
sctcrul mouths with II. c Uheunialirn iiinil nil v
ing tired every reimidy recoinnicniled by the
niojt eeiinenl phy iciiins w ithin my reach 1. 1 1 li
on t suuness, 1 at length procured n bottle ol
i mir ULeumr.tic Drops or -ure Iteuiedy, und
made the n ppticiilioii P.s diiei ted, and before I
ha. I used one hull ol it, a poried cine i.i ef
fected ; nnd lo hij knowledge tin: sun, e boltle
cured two of my neighbors. JlianiW alaml
two years unci: 1 nnd your medicine, aim I
have not been troubled ivilli'lho uheumtiiibnt
ince. RODNKY r-l'AD NC.
Marion, Mnrion Cu.O. May 20, ISSC.
Dlt. JIJDKIN'S . .
'Mill.") valnabli! medicine is c.efel riiled Tor
IL ciiiingWhilebwi-lliiighul eveiy ile-'criptioii
rioro Legs and Uleers ul long sliiriding. (ilun
ilulur Tumors, Felons, or whnl 6en.e people
know by the mime of Cuf urrlis ; Khenmalie
pains, and Urui.es; Telft isul iillUiuds; Chil
qhiins, or purls a fleeted hy Irust ; il is also one
ol'llie bust remedies lor N ull's and lain..
For 1 indiilur c!iii;;f--, n j :m ciior to any
modicitie yet known, it is cm.eh febr tl u'ii
ini:reurialitppliciilio!if,(ii it dm not conlaiti
the 'inallesl utoiii ol that uiiueral,) lei iinee i I
does not lay tho patient liable to injury Iroiu
exposal v lo cold .
Ilcurestbc worn felons or whitlutvf on an
, spiiliciittun ol lorly-eiuld hems.
Khciii'iiiiiins which I sho stood so long as
to become a systematic diedorer, icrpiiieincdi
cine lo be taken inwii'illy fo n move htni en"
tircly . Hut in most ousel by applying this oinf
incut externally , n; directed, it will give reliv'
Washington, Ri-rch 2t, Ib'Ju.
Sir My sen bring nlfliclcd for live years
with While dwelling, and liming npplieii eve
ry remedy reriuiiuienilnl hy the iuol en.ini lit
physicians within my reach, without niccris, I
at length proeuri d one jug of Dr. Judhin's l'u
lout Specific Oitiluiipi',iiiid stn!e,for the bene
fit of the nlilicteil, lh.it bMorcniiejug was used
a perfect cure was eiluoled. My son has en
joyed good health ever since. 1 huic no doubt
to the Ointment iilotio lie is indebted, us no
Ihinj else ivus used for mnro (ban nine months
before tlm nppliehtiun of (he. Oiniinriit.
llespecllully, JOHN COCKE.
. I have irnidc u" of Dr. Judkin's Ointment,
nnd it has proved a most valuable medicine to
tiy - Jim, who for inn ny years bus ht.-:i uU'eeled
with chill blains, and w as obliged to wenrln-iliun-Kuhher
shoos, (ill I ruiido use of ho
Ointment, which elf, ctd nn entire cure, it
is also Ihe bent remedy for sores and wounds,
have ever used in my family.
' I'ARl.F.Y coddapp.
Worcester, 5I.1SS. April 12, 1E24.
fij'For nle by
U. i URISTOL, Knvenna.
J. I). CO VI .M INS. Ahron.
KENT i: liliiJWSTEK, Hudson.
April 23, Ifjya. Clloyeow
fVUti only f-'pecilio ever y 1 1 nllired lo the
Jl. fiihlic, from which u radical mid pernio
iii nleiirii n.ay be obtain il, ol thut difiijn ca
ble p i in, the loot li-iiche, with nil its ntlf'nilnnt
eiils: such as fracturing ju s uuxtincdui; of
the tenth, wliicliolien pron t more ptiinliil than
the to'jth-uche itsell j am! colli pacing frem
the Jicayiiij! teclli to Ihe jinv, theme -to the
In .in!, producing a rueumatic aliecu'on, with
iiinuy u'.heriinphoisnnt cirecls,"uch usdisngrej
ahlc breath, bud taslo in the moiilh, Ac. Ac.
n ll of which are ocensinued fi oni foul or decay
ing teeth. I am happy in hnvingitin my pow
er to oiler lo tho world nromody thai will not
enly rrmovii Iho pain, but preserve the trtth
oro:c ftirthor decay, and ('tnth Ihe amioui
mutter from such ashuvv not oiiitniicnccd ach
ing, and remove the turliir nnd all other filth
from the teeth, restoring them to hcnllli and
Jlc Tttmas H'liih I huvu flhe pleasure to
inform yoiylhal 1 havebecn nsingyonrToolli.
ache Diops in my practice lor foii;e time pail,
and I niusi atkn iivh due that I Und them fur
superior tu nny thing I'lu.vo tver yt t known
i.. . 1 1. ....... -
IUI llllll M1I)I1'U.
I nm well convinced I hat it will cure most
casci of Tooth-ache, v. hen it ii timely and
properly applied ! ami limn n few wo ks' ex
perience,! am decidedly ol Iho opinion that il
willhnvoa very hrnruciul effect in preserving
Ihe teeth ; ami recommtrnil it. hoping it may
I rovo a blessing to humanity, uud airvantnge
ous to yourself.
IVM. I. ninK?.EY,Snrg.Drnt.' "
No. 39, South Fifth Street, .
September 12, 1029. I'hiiadelpbiu, l'a
F.aiu, (Fa.) October 17. 18i2.
ThP'uhscrihershnving witne "d tile 'i-n-sing
effects of Dr. Thoiuni Vhifi's Vfgctwole
Tooth-Acbo Drops, fyel a p'eiisurc in recmu
roending it to thoie that are nir.icted with tho
Tooth-Ache, ni a infc, and in most cases per.
cctly efficient rcmertv for the disordi r.
A. DEBF.Bi Physician.
II. L. IIARVF.V, F.d. Erie Observer.
ALBERT THAYER, lTiytician.
O, Kt SAGE, Deutiit. .
OR RHEUMATISM AM) FEVLK SCUES.
AN inippitnnt rc'D'Cdy fornll tho'ewbonrt
iiliiicted with iiiflamniiitury compluints
by iis'ustng pninj couiiterae.ling inlbiuiina
tio i , audgiyiug speedy reliel without disa
g cci'bie si nsjit'on, and for its active strength
eciiigS: sodLricproperlies an cfTccluiilreir.edy
lor tl e Ulietmnlisiu.ciuii'p, nine in thrl.rratt,
burin, biuibet,sc rofolp,old son s, ulcers ol ull
most evi ry if rseri pi ion, particularly (eer sores
Those persons suli'eriiig w ith live r compluu.t
puliiici.tiry i!i.-eu'iF,ii:l!iiiiiri atimi nn thtfuiig
with pa ins in (,he sine und breast, heacni he,
puins and weakness in the brick, will find relief
mill in all cm-it it n.ey he used with solely. If
the puiu be in thojoints,i( hiisproi imislef
fictuul by applying il to theliei. Itshould
be spread thin en solt leather or pa pi r.i.nd ap
plied to or as near fo the part ail',ict d as pot
sitle. In case ol revere iiifliiinnititioii, bleeding
and a ilofe or two ofgeiitle Fl.yi.ic may be re
cessury, und the plaster wants ehnnpii e, and
thin coat added riery twenty-four hours. In
case nffevcrsorc, daily use of syrup iiiude ol
the Burdock Koot for some weeks wor1 oi
liselul Mid important.
It will bo found highly useful for f aftson
Ihe feel, also for Sliiiinstilid liruises hi. her?cs
Mn. le nnd sold, wholesale ni.d rclail by E
DEAN, nl his Drug Medir ol Slo'e, Wisl
t;eld Chautauqiie coutity,N. Y.
To the Afflictkd. This may certify, that,
bavingbf en aiHiulvd for five years paftwith
ivtii'.i. the dot tors null the iicrw.us rhcuivalitin,
in my hip, legs, i i.l ret, so that Ihe cords con
Iracled, and I lost (be use of II I in, in u gri at
mi iifiire my let I especially, had I rcr-n e al
rno;t useless, that I have called '.on physicians,
Irom every tpinrtt i,fpolh IJol.-.nic and Af nthc
carv, without liny clh ct, und tuning tni'.!euse
ol ie Cbtin; I plaster, hii h has ri lived me
from pain, loosed Ihe cnnls, nnd roloreii my
iu.hs bs lo bca Ith in a short lime.
lUemlon, July 25, 18113.
Tl.is may certify that I have been nflieli.il
wi'h the rheumatism in my shoulder, in smh a
manner that I could not raise my blind (o n y
hr,id,nrd I applied I lie rhemie.al plnsti r,whicb
iff;iled a cure in less tlnni 43 hours.
Mr. K. WILCOX.
Jamesloivn , Seplrmber Si!, lii:12.
I hnve witnessed in an imttirnte rase of
Feversore, of four y enr sfandii.p, in my fnti.i.
Iy,i an entire cure was clfc cted, ty Ihe above
I'iiister.in about four weeks. Wji. CRITTON.
Wesllii'hl, June 4. 1830,
I imve been afflicted for six years with an
ioiii-.iuuoiiory iheuioiitism in Biy feet had limbs
attended with ngnnizing puin, ttepri itig mc of
-lea p ami ease at limes, night ami day. 1 have
soi'i;ht in vain lor medical relief, until hearing
nl (be Chemical l'lastrr, sr.ld by E. Deun,
which bns nd'orded immediate relief. My ffet
were in such ugoriy that it seemed ns if they
would split open. I applied a plaster and in
a few hours, they were perfectlv easy and free
from pain. Wftl. CHASE.
West (lr Id, Aug, 5, ISS3.
fji-Fern!eby ISAAC SWIFT,
Aprils, 8.';r. Iluveniiu-
J A IU ' S
3"IiE particular attention of the public is
A requested lo this valmiblc Medicine,
which hnsncqiiirrd un unrivaled reputation for
curing Hni-rlia-u, or looseness, Dysentery,
Sick and nervous headache, Cholera Morbus,
Cholics, Ciau.pn, fcc, and that frequent and
mlal iniilady among children, termed Cholera
viduntiim or Summer complaints.
It is recomo.tiu'ed 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
priclor, which n ay be seen, by callihg on any
cfihe i gents for the sale of this medicine.
Among them will bo found the names of Doc
tor Dodson, Philadelphia, Dr. C. Hammond,
Lceshuig, Va. , Dr. Lawrence, Ccdarville,
Ucv. T. JvKitfs, Tastor 2d Baptist Church
Philadelphia, Rev. Win. llacon, (M. D.) Pas
tor of the Itaptist Church, Woodstowii, N. J
Rev. C. J. Hopkins, of Freehold, N. J Rev.
E. M. P.arbcr, Reading, Pa, Dr, M. L.
Knapp, late 1'liysician lo the Baltimore Dy
speusury and agent (bribe Maryland Vaccine
Institution Dr. Wm. Steeling, llridgeton,
N. J. And a host of others iqually respecta
ble. l'rcp.in d and so'd by Dr. D. Jayne, sole
proprietor Salem, N. J. .
And may be had of Dr. Isaac 8wift,I!avcnna,
Ohio. V. here u!su is kept Jaync's Indian Ex-pcctoram-.then.ost
useful medicincfor coughs
colds, Influenza, Hooping cough, pains and
weakness of the I!rcat and on er Pulmonaiy
afi'ectiuns. . '
KaventHi, May II, 1037. , 1
Vcgi'fablc Iflooi! fuiificr
AND J.1VKK 11L1.S OP DR. CHAPMAN'
rnisi'AiiKD it v tiiomas a. iiltler,
flJIlIS preparation i oflVrdd as a remedy
il lor removing all diseares arisinir f'r m a
torpid actiou of Ihe liver, impurity of the
blood, nnd foul stomach and bowels. It re
lieves loss of nppelite, acidity, costivemss
flatulency, dysentery, diarrhosa or looseness i f
the bowels, bilious allections, &c. They are
purely vegetable, perfectly safe aid oc-oin-modated
to all ages and to nny climate, and
arc recommended as a safe and efficacious
Femily I'ill. Tiny impart cheerfulness, give
c'Ecul&iion to the' blood, purge without sick
ness or pain, and banish all causes nf fever of
every kind. No alteration from the usual
habits of life is required.
From ihe certificates received of their effi
cacy, the following from a physician of expe
rience and respectubility is deemed sufficient
'I his nmy certify, that having made the study
and practice of medicine my f daily advoca'ion
fortbir y years and having rs-d Dr. Chipman's
Vegetable Blood Purifier and Liver l'i. Is, in
my own case, ns well as those under my csre,
for the last fpur years, with the most decided
success knowing them to consist of the most
useful and celebrated medicines, and in such
just proportions of each as to produce llie
most happy effect, as a mild, sat and effi
cacious family pill I can therefore cbceifully
recommend them as such.
UARNAbt'S WRIGHT, x. n.
Nunda Valley, Allegany Co., N. Y., Apiil
i For sale by " P. TAI.LMAN, Akron.
12wl2 U.S. BRISTOL, Ravenna.
8. MASON, & Co.,
MAVF. on hand a large assortment of Notes
and Accounts, which thry will sell as
tiw and a nine lower than can re bought in
Ihe County, of the same quality. You mutt
eome and buy , no mistake. May 8th,
supa-EaigtXjt TIIE GLOBE-
rROr.pXCTC FOR THE CONCREESiONAL
GLOBE AND ArPENDIX '
(5S ENSir.LK if t' e deep interest which must
K5 be felt throughout the Union in the pro
ceedings ofa new Congress, ccnioked by the
new adn.inistustU-n, to meet the extraordinary
emerteui its v. hich I ave arisen since the close
of Ctneial Jacksnn's term of serv ce, the un
dersigned have ulrei-tly made prepani '.ans to
furnish tl eir annual report in the form cf a
f ongicsHOicl Clulc. Ar. these successive pub
lieati' ns cimprise a full and faithful record i f
all that is done in Coi gress sketcl e cf the
att'r.dniit dhciusiens, w ith an Appet dix C'-n-tniuirg
tlie finished speeches prepared by the
mrmbtrs tht n, selves ll.ey are suited not only
to gra'ify the curiosity cf the hour, to inform
the distant constituency of the part peifnrmed
by ihiiii imn f iliate repri scnla ve?, and of the
result of the lubcrs cf all , but, we doubt not,
they will be found permanently useful ns the
most authentic, cump'etemd convenient par
liamentary record of cur limrs. This under--
Inking having, with these views, been liberal
ly patronized by the public, it i eur purpose
to justify this enrly i nd continued favi r, by
increasing the strength if cerps cf Reporters
nt the mxt fall and winter Siesions. The
Fall-Session will be looked to by the country
to settle a'l that has been unsettled by the
overthrow if the system of Deposites as es
tubl sbed by Ci ngresf- the overthrow of the
currency as established by the Constitution
and the ivertbrow of the system of revenue,
both as nit-unsof adequate sup ly for present
eknmnds, the maintenance of manufactures,
and (be regulation of commerce. Every thing
of pecumary intetti t lo Ihe Government and
the nation v. ill be involve 0 in the discussions
uf the next Congress.- end it w as because the
President-would not have those all-important
subjects Itfi to Executive discretion a moment
beyond the time when a full Congress could
be summoned, that the Sf pten.ber session was
convoked. The mscbini ry cf government,
cvm w hen thrown out of gier, must continue
to work : but when so disordered, its move
ment may be driven in a wrong direction.
'1 lie Kepreseiiti'tives of the people ure alone
competent to set ull to righ's. No Democrat
ic Chief Mai is'rate wtuld continue, in Ihe con
diton of things at prescn' existing, to substi
tute Executive expedients for clearly defined
aw springing from the public will.
For ihe Congressional Globe, during the first
two sessions of the 25lh Congress $2 00
Fi r the Appendix to the Congres
sional Globe, during Ihe first two
sessions of the 2,5th Congress J2 00
Any person sending us the money for five
copies of either of the above publications, will
be entitled lo a copy.
Payments may he transmitted by mail, post
age paid, at our risk. The notes of any in
corporated Hank in the United States, which
did not suspend specie payments before the
1st of May, W37, will be received. Put when
subscribers can procure the notes of Hunks in
the Northern and Middie States, tboy will send
them. ' v
To insure all the numbers, the mcnej must
be here by the first Monday in September
The Congressional Globe will be sent to
lliose papers that copy this Prospectos, if our
attention shall be directed to it by a mark with
a pen. Our Exchange List ia so large that
we would not observe it, probab'y, uaess this
fljr" No attention will be paid to any order,
unless the money accemi any it, or unless s- me
responsible person, knosvn to us to he so
bhall agree to pay it before the session expires
BLAIR & RIVES.
WcsUrgton, City, June 21. 1837.
L;i ASotffs 1'osigh Drop',
VALUABLE MEDICINE FOR COUGII3 AND
rrpiIIS Elixer, in its original form of pre
JL scription, liu- stood th test of twenty
years experience, in the geiv rat use ot it, am
is now oiler ed, wilh the addition uf some ar
ticles from the vegetable kingdom, the virtues
cf which, have been full attested an I highly
appreciated, which renders this composition
peeu'iurly adapted to the present prevailing
d sorders of the breast and lungs, leading to
consumption Common colds and coughs,
which are occasioned by obstructed perspira
tion, will readily yield to its influence, re
moving those troublesome irritations, which
act a ac nsts nt stimulant to coughing. It
i ass pain and induces rest (o an eminent de
gree. Tetsons cfllic'ed -with pulmonary corn
plain's, bheding of the lungs, &c, sp ismcdic
asthma, pa'pitation of the ht-ait, and consump
tive affections, even in the most advanced pr
iiods e.f life, will find immediate relief, from
i's remarkable power (if diminishing irritabili
ty ot fhe system, and the velocity of the circu
lation, and by cleansing and Ilea ingthe disor
dered purts. II also affords imnitebate relief
in the hooping cough.
Certificates nf impoitaut cures and a ti
of directions accompany each battle.
For sale by V. S. lilifSTOL, Ravenna.
P. TALI.MAN, Akron,
POST OFFICE 120UKS,
fRO.M 8 o'clock, A. M. to 1 i M.
. lr m 1 oh lock, V. M. to 5 P. M.
From 7 o'clock, P, M. to 9 P. M.
On Sunday i from 8 to ii o'clock A. M.
J. B. KING, P. M.
Ravenna, Nov. 10, I8J0. 27t
SjMlENCH, Eiiflish, and American Fancy
and Stap'c Dry Goods. Groceries, Hard
ware, Crockery, Glass, Nuils, noted, IM .ts,
Dye-Stufl's, &c. &c.
THE subscribers are now receiving, at the
large Brick Store of Z. Kent, in Ravenna, a
.large and splendid assortment of SPRING
and SUMMER GOODS, of all kin Is.b.uight at
NEW YORK during the SEVEREST TIME
OF THE RECENT PRESSURE, ivlib h cna
bles them to say with confidence, that they
are fully prepared 'o furnish the citizens of
Ravenna, and vicinity, with
SEASONABLE GOODS, OF TIIE
- BEST QUALITY,
Jig CHEAP, at they can be bought from the
etock) cf the EJtliLY, and Ql'WA AttRl
VJil.LS, if not cheaper,) the saving nf the
ownert to the entrant, nUiLithalanding.
June 2, BURNETT & PENDLETON.
M'B. We have on hand a few OLD
GOODS, which we will sell at COST, as
usual- B. U. P.
ORASS Fytl.cs, Cradle -Sythes. 6y lhe
XJC Sneaths, Fakes, Hayforks, U.flcs and 1
Sylhe stones, f r ssle by
July 4. BURKpr & PCNLLETO.V.
R. J. DaVVOLF, havirg ssscc:s.te hiW
self wi'.h J. D. V F.I.MAN, M. D- in
the practice of Jlltdithie would say to the"
citizens cf Ravenna aid vicinity, lha' the
hold themselves in riariintfs to aftT.'ei
promptly, to all calls with which tf.ey tntjf
be fiivcred in the practice of
FJIYSIC AND SURGERY,
N. U. Er. W. will puy l articulnr attehV
tie n to the Preservation c f the TEETH by
clkansino, ri.cuciNo , &c-, Sir.. June, 15oir
O tick, over C. P. Seymour, & Co'a. SVort -
sTW. ' teen n aiv.
tllformy til JLmv,
t: AXKi.ur, r . iit.'.ce rrvM i, cmor
C Office at the Lowe ViUvgt J
Tebniarv. 13 18.56
MRS. C. II. G0IT
OL'LD ssy to her customers that ah
f as receicved her Etirinc and Prr.
mer FASHIONS, v.i'h a variety cf Mfl.LiK
ERY, Ac. She lies an uniMinf sunrdv of
ruiiN fcf fig rut: d jmrsts it ats
TLSC.1N& PLALVSTlWr, BO
i f almo e ve ry variety.
Ravonnu, April 27, 1S.7. 5ltf
FOR m MLE7
f FARM situate in the town of Charles
Poilnge Ccunfy, Ohio, con'aii.irg on
liundnd and three acres; 5 under good im
provement, well va creel: an oiehard ofc,r ft
ed fruit, and a stignr orchard; a sufficient
quantity of Plum and Peach trees ; a well of
good wafer near the dfer; a comm'-iable
frame dwelling hoire & ba'nj loca'ed on the
read from Raveiitin to Wavn n, four miles from
the coun'y seat, 8c one from the centre of th.
town, j ofa mile from the Mahoning- canal j
near a saw-mill and grist-mill . For further
particulars enquire ef the subscriber on th
prermses. JOSEPH PADDOCK.
April 24. 1837. !t.
,4 FEW Bi ses best Spanish CIGAR
. for sale by
s. mason co.
Rnvennn July 21, IK57. 12
, X W G 0033S.-
1' P. SEYMOUR, & Co. have received
ne w supply of GOODS. The inhabit
ants of Ravenna and the adjacent towns are
respectfully'invited to call. June 3.
A FEW barrels of SALT, for sale br
CP. SEYMOUR flc CO.
Ravenna, Jan. 18, 1837. 3ft '
OOD assorfment of Tuscan, Oriental Tus
J can-Oriental Tuscan and Lce Lapt leg-'
bcrn nd plain RtMiv, Ladies Hats tor sale b
June 7 , BURNETT PENDLETON.
O ALT for sale hy
i5 Ravrnna, July 21.
S. MASON & Co.
LOT OF HOLLO W WAKE tor sale by
S-. , S.MASOM, &Co.
SS HOGSHEADS of first rat-
Just received and for sale by
S. MASON ik Cov,
Ravenna, July 2T, 1837.
kTMjfUSJK kept constantly on harttl,
JL, and for sale by
S. MA SOX
K.ivennn, July 21, VcS7.
SILK, Fur and Russia Hats, just received
and for sale by
June 7, BURNETT & PFNDLETON
OR Sale by BURNETT & PENDLETON,
. a large assortment .of French Prints'.
French Muslins and Printed Jaconets. .
AUSEILICS Vesting3. Silk and Sattini
Vi slings fine article fust Receive and
or sale by BUR.E I T & PENDLE TON.
C AlI lor sulu by
BURNETT & PENDLETO'jSr.
Ravenna Sept. 6, I8S7. 18
fcJOKf SHELL ALMONDS. Dravil Nuts
rcr, Filberts & AJadara Nil's, for sale by
S. MASON & Co.
Rwffm.-i.r.ily7. 1817. 12 -
JIH ARSEILES Quilts, a few 10, II, and 12
Quarter Marteilpn flu, i
iur aaic a. a very fmall a
cost, by BURNET i. PENDLETON
'tine 7, 1857.
IB ALF doz. Pieces Fiirured 3ros Ua Nr
jLasilksdifi'erent patterns, iust received and .
orsaleby bUIISETI' & I'ENDLEi ON.
Ju e 7, 18.17-
TLIOUSule by LUKNE F I' &. PENDLETON
JL a lew Ladies French Capcaand Collars
June S, 18 i7.
A FEW BjskeTtTof CIJAMPAI'g'H"
X . for sale by '
S. M I SON & CO.
Ruvei.iiR, Jit'y 21, 137. j2j
m L, i 'ii.' a , "
or the Wc'torii Coui'ior, to whoui pavu.ui.
Jamea Wondwnnl, Frsnklui, .
Mnri'ii A . Bierce. P . M. Nelson ,
Miles T. Norton, LVq. Hiram.
JiuiD Jsxincs, p. M. Ne Porfsge,"
Aloi:zoDee, Boston Ohio.
John 15. Wbeciii n, P. M. flu linn.
George Liilie, Esri. Norlt.fisM.
13. S. Chapmnn, P.M. Shalenvlle. .
Juines Wright, Eq. .Iloolsloivn,
iMimuilb tJarvrr. I . Hnri.fl.ld.
ReatiCIMk, P.M. Middlebiiry.
Berioni Thomson, Sha'ersvil'e.
ieth Harmon, Mantua. .
Titus Wetmorc, P. M. Sto.
Wiiliam Gardner, Freedom.
Cliauncy Case, Jr. ,., , .,
Micliae! Siewarl. J SeUbcnfcj.
Henry Baldwin, Aurura.
Henry. Wetwore, Cuah.-ga Fa'Is.
Ethan Ailing, P. M. ''binsourh.
Jonathan Merrick. lUndoiph.
.11. A. Burcliard, Windham. . .
Wi'son & Smith, Deeificld.
Wm. W. Wfo'iott, GarrcttsvilU.
i'homis B- Selby, farts.
Francis Lewis, Palmyra.
S Dickiimon, Wa'sVortli.
John. Patdce, P.M. ) Medina so.
ilienif Kdheffer K cbficJd d.