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Proclamation. William Medill, Governor of the State of Ohio.
. I pursuance of sn usage, established and
njtained by the annual recommendations of
bt Qsneral Assembly through i long series of
yean, and which usage baa always found a
ejection and cheerful acquiescence in the
bcait of grateful people, 1, William Medill,
QOYlkitoft or thi: tti or Ohio, do by these
presents, appoint and set apart Thursday,
Ti Twxnt -sscomd day or NovMsrs, next,
to be observed aa a day ol Thanksgiving to
Aimkihty Oro for the manifold blessings of
Ua year which is about to clote.
While war, with all its attendant avils, has
been convulsing the nations of the old world,
od pestilence baa been performing its work
sf death among a portion of our own brethern
la the South, the people of Ohio have been
graciously exempted from the desolating con
Vqueocee nf either.
The la wi of the State have been duly res
pected ; the National Union, in all its integrity
od force, has been preserved ; the fields of
the husbandman lave yielded an unusual
abundance ; and industry, in all ita channels,
baa been appropriately rewarded.
la view of these evidences of Divine good
ptM, I most earnestly recommend that the
good people of Ohio suspend end lay aside
all buainess, upon and during the day aforetaid,
assemble at their usual places of worship, and
return their heartfelt thanks to A mighty
od, the Author of these end all the other
blessings we enjoy, and offer up their prajers
4Vi a continuance of the same.
Given under my hand and the
Great Sml of the Strte of Ohio,
at the city of Columbus, this
twenty second day ol October, A,
D, 1855, and in the eightieth
year of the Independence or the
By the Governor:
WILLIAM TREVITT, Secretary of State.
KTTLe Administration will not have one
jthousand majority in Pennsylvania after Jail
their boasting. Abolition Exchange.
The Abolition Fusionists will not have any
mmjority in Ohio "after all their boasting."
Oa the contrary, their candidate for CJuvtrnor,
haae, is ia the minority more than nine thou
ly'The most confirmed casea of the most
distressing diseases nflimes arise fri;m indiges
tion. All of us, more or less, are troubled
with this annoying symptom, s:ill as it is o
general thing, we do not attempt to medicate
Until sornetlii.ig serious intervenes. We would,
asapnhlic monitor, warn all our readers
against the sin of neglect, and nt the same
lime recommend to their notice Dr. Iloofland's
German Bitters, the original prepurnlion ns
prepared by lr. C. M. Jnokson, no. 12U Arch
Hueet, Philadelphia. We have seen cures
effected though its influence." Scott't Week
(jr. See sdvertisenienls. Nov. 1. 2w
jrrWe are happy to Icnrn that Dr. S. A.
Weaver's Canker and Salt Hhenm Syrup, sus
tains its reputation so well. We hear it well
apekenof by all who have made a trial of its
virtues. There are now so many worthies
Articles bearing the name of medicine, that
are have but little confidence in any, still we
are glad to see the success of this, which we
believe to be, a truly valuable medicine.
November 1. '65 2w.
KTP imitation op the Hkart, Nervous dis
ases. Liver Complaint, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia,
Ooalivenes ond Piles, are all relieved and cured
ia an incredible short space of time, by Car
ter's Spanish Mixture, the great tonic and pu
titer of the blood. It contains not a particle
of Mercury, Opium, or any noxious drug,- is
perfectly harmless, and has cured more ihon
five hundred easel diaense.
We can only refer the reader to the certifi
cate, a few of which may be found in another
column, and all of which are detailed in full
around the bottle. It is the greatest of all
Spring and Fall Medicines, and possesses an
influence over the blood truly remarkable.
November 1, 18554.
Near Camden, on the 24th inst., by Rev. H.
W- Tavlor, Mr. John B. Watt, to Miss Catii
Jmmxc A. Wimon.
' In Eaton, on the 25th inst., by the aame,
Mr. Daniel Lesh, to Mrs. Charlotte Alu
ANoaa. Now Davie go up into the garret and bring
down that old Machine and let's see if it's in
' Davie. The old machine hasn't been used
for so long, and its got so rusty this wet rail
that 1 don't believe it will bear the enr-ri-age
down stairs, I will go up in a few miuyoots
O it's in fine kelter turn away:
In the beginning; all things were made equal,
What's thatl has the old inasbecn turned Free
Boil? Try again:
In the beginning all things were made equal,
And placed in the world by pairs,
The what grew down in the bottom held,
And among it grew some tares.
Why, what iu the mischief 'a got into the old
thing, it don't track right' Turn some more.
: The world is made of mystery,
Btrunge tilings will never cease.
And Dan andLott are married whack
. r Just as juat as slick as grease.
Tis right to marry and all this,
'Tis right to hare and give,
Tis right to obey the sacred law,
And help each other lire.
fay their first days be as sweet ns milk,
Their last ones be most bounteous,
And every year record the fact.
That nature's hand ia plenty-ut.
That will do, now roll your old machine into
lbs cellar until the next mar-ri-age takes place.
CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET.
Corrected weekly by ll.d.Cunninghain.wholesalt
- and retail Orocer, Main at., Eaton.
Uorraa. . 12(u15
CorrRB, 11 '(41 14
iJaiso ArPLEi, i-60
Floob. 8:0Uu5 8:25
IK1BD APrLBS, fl-'O
. !lovS, 5-00a5:50
Bushels of Wheat, for which the
highest price will be paid in cash
:rf ot 0OIJBN k PICK.
AM active honest man in each section of the Sute
to take orders by "bampls" for Vslfsao's Mao
xbtic Agbnts A salary of $900 per year, and a
ami 1 1 commission will be paid. "Salary payablg
monthly." For particulars address Dr. M. VF.L
PEAO, 4'22Jf Broadway, New York, enclosing
stamp to prepay answer, lot. 1.
Estate of Joseph &hewman.
VOTICK ia hereby (riven that the subscribers
have been smwiuted and qualified as administra
tors on the h state of Joseph Shewman, deceased,
lute of Preble county. And that all persons ow.
Ing said estate are required to make payment and
those having claimsare requested to present them
legally authenticated. Dated this Sstb day of
vuiuocr, a. u. IBM.
SAMUEL I). DUFFIELD ft
MARTHA JANE S1IKWMAN
Kor. 1,1465. Adm'rs. of said Estate
William Hence Adm'r.
of Wil iamSibbet, due'd.
l'reblo county Pro-
hntj. 1 'mi ft
Petition to (n il land
Rebecca Sibbit. et. al.
to par debts.
O Rebecca klibhit. fiviilonr I Thn"il.liiw Sil.
bit. Caroline Sihhit t Sitihilt Anr..n
bet Will inm Hibbet. Harr,. II. Wtlsnn nnrt Eli
jah K, Stnmbnck you are hereby uotilied that on
the ltfth day of October A. 1. 18S5, mid admin,
itrator filed his petition in the Probate Court of
Preble county Ohio, the object and prarer of
which ctitinn ia to obtain an order S-c. for the
assignment of the doner oftho wild Rebecca Sib
bet the widow of said William Sibbit, dee'd., in
and for the sale nf the following Real Kstuteof
winch the said Wiliiam Sibbet died, siezed or so
much thereof ns may be necessary to pay the
debtsof said decedent, the homestead and 'farm
iin which the mid William Sibbit resided at
tlie time of his decease, situate Iving and being
in the county of Preble and State of Ohio and be
ing the ea.it half of the north east quarter of sec
tion thirty six in township number nine of range
one pAt nf fliA i:.... i:-- j p
------ ..... im iiuiau iiuu uiuwii irom me
mouth of the great Miami river, containing eigh
ty acres nf land more or less, also for the adjust
ment of the rights. Ac. of the said Harvcv II.
Wilson and Elijah K. Stan-back who hold mort.
gage liens upon said premises and the 8aid de
terments are further notified to appear end an
nver or demur to said petition on or by the 2'ith
day of November, 1855. and in default thereof
said admiuitrator will proc ed to ask ofnaid
court said order for the assignment of said dow
erand the sale of said premises acenrdin I v.
IIL'DIIAltl) A FOOS,
. Atty's for Petitioner.
Oct. 85, 1855. 4nr.
Christopher Killer, PlffT.
Harriet RUler, defendant.
I lit said defendant, nrriet Rij.-J.-r is hereby
i iitiuucii inaion tne Sixteenth day of Octo
er, 1855, the aid plaintiff. Chrialonhrr Ritf.
ler, filed in the Court of Common Pleas of
treble county, Ohio, his petition setting forth
hismarriage withthe said defendant, the length
of time they lived together as husband and
wiie, ine oinn ol two children, the issue of
sntu marriage and charging the defendant with
adultery with one John Am, and asking for a
decree ol divorce and the custody of the chil
dren on the grounds of said adultery, and ihe
defendont is further notified to appear before
said Court at the November term thereof 1855
and answer or demur to said petition, other
wise a decree will be entered in her absence,
in conformity with the praver of snid petition.
HUBBARD A FOOS,
. Ally's, for Plaintiff.
L. B. Ooden,( I'k. by B. F. Larsh, Deo't.
October 18, 1855. 6w.
LADIES' FANCY FUKS.
NEW II A T STORE,
144 WALNUT 8TEEET BELOW FOTJKTH,
WE are now otfering the largest and best as
aortmciit of Ladie' Fancy Fura ever opened
in this city ail of which are entirely new, and
selected by oneof the firm from the lutes! Eaaturu
patterns. Our customers can rely on getting a
genuiue and fresh article, as wo hare no old
stock to sell. WHOLESALE MERCHANTS
will please examine our stock before purchasing,
as we are ottering inducements to cash and punc-
luai sNorniinc oujers. no nave just received
bv express a lot ol HROW.V SOFT HATS. coin.
prising all grades some beautiful roods
Wholesale, and Retail Hatters,
Oct 18 144 Walnut st below 4th Cincinnati.
"1 TV wife HARRIET having left my bed and
1V1 board without any just cause and took up
with another man. this is to notify the public tint
I will not be responsible for any debts of her
contraction, not even lor board and lixliriug,
Oct. 11. 1855. 8t.'
Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond
Rail Road Line.
Commencing on Thursday, Nov. 1,
1855, between Eaton and Cincin
nati and intermediate points.
Leave Eaton 7,47 a m arrive at Cinciunti loam
11:10 " " l;15pm,
" " 4.50 Dm " " 8:16 n in
Leave Cincinati 6,Oo a m arr. at Eaton, 7,4? x m
' 2,3o pm " " 4,5..' pm
Between Eaton and Richmond.
Leave Eaton 7,47a in arriveat Richmond 8,20am
' " 4,5o pm " ' 5,80 pm
bbo'bo bc j- rsav mr
Iavc Richmond 7,00a m arrive atEatnii7,47am
" " 10,o, a m " " 11:10 a. m
" 8,45 pm ., ' 4,60 pin
The 7,47 a m and 4,50 p m Trains connect at
Richmond for Indiauapolia and the west.
The above Trains aiao connect for Xew Castle,
The 7,47 a m and 11,10 p m Trains connect at
Hamilton for Dayton and intermediate points.
Alio, the 7,47 a m and 4,50 p m Train connects
atRichmond for Dayton, and intermediate points
on the Dayton and Western Rail road.
The 7,47 a m Train from E.iton and the 2,80 p
m Train from Cincinnati will stop at all regular
stations and at the Valley House on regular no
tice. All other Trains will stop at Regular Sta
D. K. MORROYr. Superintendent.
Nov. 1, 1855.
J. P. BItOOKINS & SON,
Baron St., Eaton, O.,
Wholesule and Retail Dealers in American.
English, French and German Drugs,
Patent Itledicines Ac.
TTE beg leave to call the attention of the
nublio to our well selected slock which
we offer on the most favorahle terms. Having
Ihe advantage of many years practical experi
ence in the business, they with confidence,
defv competition, both in regard to quality
and price of their articles.
Particular attention paid to Physicians dio
srriptions. Baton, July 26, 1850.
ODR.V & DICK bare on band a lot of the best
Cranberries lately seen in tbia market. For
sale at Cincinnati prices.
BAKERY. We have In operation a Bakery,
and have In our emnloy one of the best ba-
dersln the Weat. we wil at all times keepagood
supply or rrean Bread, trackers and I'akos.
Familissaupplisd 00 reasonable terms.
V W VitX.,
HUBBELL, EPPLY. & WILSON'S
IW Ai CHEAP FALL Al Will Mil
JU T RECEIVED an endless variety of Notions, such as Gloves, Hosiery. Belts of all kinds
Needles, &c in flct all that is kept in a country store. Our assnnmeutof Lad us, Mioses,
and children's dress wear was never better, consistiy? in pari of Prima, Delaine, Plain and
Fancy Black Silks, aud a few choice patterns Fancy Silks, which the Ladies say are the ni
osl ever brought to this market, Brocha. Mode and Bav State Shawls, Ladies new styles
Cloths, Capes and Mantillas, Collars, S eeves, Neck handkerchiefs, Flouncing, Jaconets plain
and barred, in shml all kinds White Goods, Laces of all kinds and prices from 3 cents to t
per ynrd, Cloths, Fine ami heavy Cassiineres, plain and Fancy Vesting and Gentlemen wear
(jeiierallr. Mens' aud Hoys' Cumforis, Ladies' under vtsts, W ol Cotton and Silk Drawers
and Undershirts, all colored Flannels, Bleached, Brown and assorted colored Muslm?, Drills,
Ticks, Checks, Blankets, and a thousand and onenriicles more, Rlb' ous, Bonnets, Artificial
Wiallis, -c. Ac. -lsii a fine assortment Men's. Hovs, and Infants lla's. Caps, Hoots and
Shoes, Carpets, all kinds of IL r,i:.SUrAItK, (JLASSWAKI', Ac.
N. B. All kinds of coiniliy produce taken in enchante for ironds nt tin- regular market price.
Store opposite the Court House, .Euton, Ohio.
We Inke this method of informing our friends, customers, and public generally, that our Dry
Goods Establishment, known as the firm of Huhbell, Epply y Wilson, will s.ill continue to do
business at thtir old stand, opposite Ihe Court House, notwithstanding Ihedecense ol our lale
brother and partner, J. B. Epply, no chance will be made lor the cirn-ut year, which ends
March, 1856. Feeling ourselves under many obligations to our friends and customers, for
their kind favors and liberal patronage heretofore, we hope to have ihe pleasure in future
of meriting and receive a continuance of the same. Those who know themselves to be in
debt to us, for a long time part due, will do well to come up and pay off the same, this we
soy in all kindness but self preservation is one of the first laws of nature.
W. T. HUHBELL,
Eaton, September27, 1855. W. J. WILSON.
FOE TIE G8BAPEST, PRETTIES?
NEWEST STYLES OF DRY GOODS,
QUEEiWARE, GLASSWARE, HATS, CAPS, BONNlTS.
this nwj asAip tim m
MBSm & CAMPBELL,
No. 8, Main St.-, Eaton, O.
TflEY are now in receipt of their Fall and Winter stock of Drv Roods which in quantity, qnalitv
and style cannot be beat iu the town of Eaton which they intend to sell cheaper than ever, call
everybody, if you want to save your money and get b irg.iin. Country Produce taken iu exchaii'.'e
for (roods They would aav totheir (ierman friends that they have employed a German ( h i k who
will be happy to wait on them. Sept. 27, 1355.
'OR THE fhli a
CVANAUSDAL At Co. are in receipt of Ihe
,lo which they respectfully call the Attention
wanting cheap and serviceable eoods. Feelinif
means to purchase our Goo Is exclusively for cash, close attention to the purchase of everv ar
ticle offered by us for sale we can render satisfaction ai to price and quality. Our stock has
been purchased in New York, Philadelphia, and other Eastern cities, in many Instances direct
from the manufactory, n rid embraces a laruer variety than usually found in country stores. In
addition to our large slock of assorted Dry Goods
BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL KINDS!
Qucensware and Groceries, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Iron, Nails, and Steel,
Locks, Latches, Butts, Table Cutlery, etc.
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS AND SADDLERS' HARDWARE,
including eagle, tyre and carriage bolts, clips, and turned collars, the very
I A. .1 - . II I 1 11 f 1 II 1 si a .
uessi maue top enammenea anus, muslins ana oucks, enammtlled trim
ming drills, silvered, brown, black or crimson, a very superior article,
Wards' top and trimming leather, dash, bow, and collar leather, floor oil
cloths, hair, and rugs, Wilton and Brussels carpet, strings, laces, and tas
sels, glasses, joints and props, names, hubbs, bows and bent fellows.
All of which will be sold ns cheap ;is they can be purchased in
Cincinnati or elsewhere.
September, 20, 1855. tf.
FOR THE NEWEST CHEAPEST & PHBTTIEST ST
Dry Goods, Queensware, Hats & Caps, Bon
nets, Boots Shoes, &c,
Go To 0. & W. MaNOirS,
Cor. of Main & B r n sts.
Eat 11, Ohio,
They are now receivin(j their Fall and Winter stock which has never been surpassed for quantity,
quality, beauty, style or texture in Eaton. Call everybody if you would save money and bo pleased
wit 0 r purchases. ' Sept, 20, 1855.
CHASE MB -MDILL
STUMPING THE STATE!
NOTWITHSTANDING this fact, Stephens & Co. have brought into
market the lar est stock of Fall and Winter DRY GOODS, ever offered
to the people of Preble county. Their stock consists in part of French,
English, and American Cloths and fancy Cassimeres, overcoatings tweeds,
Sattinetts ana Jeans,
WOMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Fancy, plain and black silks and satins, French, English and American Mo
rinoes, plain, fancy and black lustres: American and French plaids; De
laines of new style all wool delaines; Debagees, from the highest price
to the lowest, Ginghams, consisting of French and domestic ot all prices,
a thousand and one pieces of prints, from 5 cents to 12 per yard; and in
fact anything that ladies wear for dress, may be found at their establish
ment. Also a full assortment of
Hosiery rnd Gloves !
Men's silk and woolen under-shirts and drawers. A large and extensive
lot of Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Queensware, &c. &c, and in fact
everything that can be found in a Dry Good Stores can be had at our es
tablishment, and we would invite the attention of our friends and others,
who want good and cheap Dry Goods give us a call. We arc determined
to sell cheap for cash or approved credit.
N. B." All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for goods.
Eaton, September 13 . STEPHENS & CO.
largest stock of Goods offered in this market,
of their friends and customers and all others
confident that from 10111! exnerience. sufficient
iVite I'rti.cipie! Arir Hmt,.y: i i'o uu.'
Ithcxles' Fever and Ague Cure,
Or Antidote to Malaria ;
For the prevention and cure of
Fever and Ague, or chill fever, dumb ague, aud
otlier intermittent and remittent fever, al.no ol
billions fever, accompanied by tvplioid nyinp
toiiiH, typhoid fever, yellow fever, ship and jail
fever, (ton era I debility, night sweats, unit all
otlier tonus of disease which have a common
Malaria or Jtliasma,
These diseases are common to many localities
of the toiled States: but wherever they prevail,
North, (routh, Kast, or West, they all equally
spring from the sume miasmuul cause. Thegreat
variety pf Hyinptonisaud forms of disease is owing
principally to difference in age. sex, constitution
mid habits ol the suilerer, but as the cause is the
same, they will nil equally yield toa remedy that
is competent to overcame or remove that cniijc.
Uy the laws of unturc, every principle has its
opposite, nnd for every disease, or cause of dis
ease, there is a re-ngent, or in other words a s
cilic remedy. All uuLria. whether arising from
mar!,es. stagn-. nt water. decontiosition of ani
mal and vegetable mutter, or even newly cleared
lands, is the same iu character and edict ; is a
poison t'o.tlng in the atmosphere, causing disease
to all who breathe it. Iu accordance with those
unalterable laws governing the unerring: nihility
subsi sling betM ceu n positeg. there is iu theprep'.
er..tiou before us, offered to the public,
Tlte natural antidote to Malir'ui,
which neutralizes the poion whenever it comes
it comes iu contact with it. even iu the open air.
and when taken iuterunlly completely puritiestlic
system aiiccled by its baneful iuilueuee and thus
restores and preserves health.
The remedy is believed to be entirely new, and
unknown to any but the proprietor, who distinct
ly cluims the following extraordinary results
from its ue
It will instantly check the ague in personswho
have stiff .red for any length or time, from onb
iiav to TwcsTr vkars. and by continuing its use,
according to the directions, a radical cure will
be effected ; the patient continuing free from the
complaint forever ; unless subsequent exposure
to malaria should make its use again necessary.
In its (iperation upon the poison in the system,
it will immediately relieve all the distressing
simpiomsoi oiuioiisorague diseases, unit when
the diser.se is cured, it will entirely prevent the
General debility and night tweali.
which so often follows the administration of nth-
er medicines. The patient at once begins tore
cover njietite and strength, and continues to im
prove until restored to ,erfect health.
Uy its use fever nnd ague may be banished
friini every cluss in the community;' farmers, me
chanics, uud all laboring people urnv use it as a
and pursue their respective avocations in perfect
aifcty from ague or billions attacks during the
sickly seasoi., which is often to them the most
valuable part ot the year
Since tlic introduction of the cciie in evorv
part of the United States, its success lias been so
complete and unvarying ns to have fully proved
these assertions iu favor of it.s c traordiuarv
When these declarations were made, at the
date 01' its introduction, they seemed incredible
to many, even of the most cuudid minds, because
all the resources of science had been taxed in
vrtinto subdue ague or billious diseases: nnd
what was still worse for ague sufferers, all their
remedies or treatment, whether teientitic or em
pirical, have been limited to the use of poisonou:
or destructive drugs, sueh as arsenic, ipiiniuc
mercury, saiieine. Sc. The effects 01 these are
sometimes worse than the disease they subdue,
and when such remedies fail, or give only temisi
r.try relief, their poisonous effects are superadd
ed to the poor sufferer's lirst complaint.
()n this account ague sufferers should be par
ticularly careful nb ut using any secret feverand
ague remedies, uoiwithstandiug the makers of
them uuiforinly assert that thev may be taken
with perfect safely, even when it 1st 'notoriously
well kunwn that' their poteucy depends solely
upon destructive pnUon
Xow as a proof that the reniodv is not only val.
uablc on account of its power to cure diseases,
utu loin 11 is nisu
Worthy of public confidence, becaute of ite
Singular and entire hamdesmesi.
The following certificate from one of the most
celebrated clieunsts 111 Ihe United States has
oeenoutaineu, nuda copy of it is attached to
ci ei uuiiie ;
New York, Juno 11, 1S51
1 have made a chemical examination of
ltnoues iever and ague cure, or nutidote to ma
laria, aud have tested it lor arsenic, mercury,
quinine ond strychnine, but have not fjiiud'a
particle ot either in it, nor have I found any sub
stance iu its couiK)sitton that would prove in
jurious to the constitution.
JA.MKS K. UlIIroN'.M.n., Chemist.
It is a stubborn fact therefore, that this reme
dy is destined not lily to relieve the liuniau fain,
ily from malarious diseases, but to do an equally
good work by preventing the takiug of other
medicines which do harm.
The entire absence of any baneful ingredient
makes this remedy, not more valuable as a cure,
than it is as a preventive
No class of disease is so easily managed as the
one under consideration, if the 'medicine be ta
ken iu advance. This is owing to the diseases
being produced by one and the same cause, aud
therefore, all. both residents and travelers,
should protect themselves 'y the timely use of
this preventive, and not waft for the poison al
ready lurking in their veins to develope itself in
a violent attack. Take the cure ns a preventive,
aud o destroy the xiison before it does harm.
Kull directions and advice as to diet nnd hab
its of life prepared by a distinguished physician,
long resident in a biiliuus climate now accompa
ny each bottle.
It will often be found Urcessary to precede th
medicine by a mild cathartic oranti billious pur
gative. The very best tiling for general use is a
moderate dose of castor oil, the object of which is
to cleanse the stomach and free the billiary pas
sages. Remember that where this is necessary,
or there is costiveuess it must he takks or the
operation of the antidoto will be seriously ob
structed. OXI.Y CAUTIOX. In certain specified cases
pour the contents of oneor more bnttfeaof the cure
into shallow vessels, (dining plates,) aud place
them iu sleeping rooms, for the vnpor ns g
from the medicine, and also the airwafted neross
or circulated over the dregsof it, after the liquid
is evaponneo, win counteract and destroy, to a
degree commensurate with its exposure, the mi-
asmaor or poisou contained in the apartment.
This mode of exhibiting the cure should likewise
be resorted to when young infants arc exposed to
The bott'es in which this medicine is nut 110
have the worda"KuoUKs'FsvsK axii AactCuRE"
blown in the glass, and on the outside wrapper is
the 11 line of the medicine, (the copyright of vvh'ch
is secured,) aud the signature of the proprietor.
These precautions are adopted to prevent coun
terfeits and imitations.
The reliance for its success is entirely upon its
irtiml merits wherever introduced aud med.
These will be considered sufficient.
1'rcpared and sold bv the proprietor,
JAMES A. UIIOHKS, Providence, R.I.
Sold bv J. I'. Ilrookius & Sou, Eatou, Ohio.
Oct. 25, 18o5.
UNITED STATES IIOTEL,
Southwest Cor. of Sixth & Walnut Sts.
mz jsc raatr 3 m nrw rsskj jm. r"f m. m
EWING & AUXOLD Pro 's.
A. R. MORTON,
Aug. 30, 1855.
L. B. JOHNSON,
8 Columbia St., east of IyIjiIii,
Grain. Flonr, Pork, Baton, Lard, le., tc.
ADVANCES MADE OK G0K8IOSXZHT8.
October 11, 1854.
0AP and CAXDLE3a first rate article for
Csnksr and Bolt Khsnm lyinp ni Crettt. x
T IS AX INDISPUTABLE FACT THAT THB
- above medicines are the onlv infallible reme
dies now before the public for cutaneous erup-
uuus, sail rneuui, erysipelas, unre Iff a, ulcere,
old fever sores, scald Ucad, ecarbutie eruption,
4.x. , Ac.
Cases thai the most eminent phvaiciena haver
despaired 01" releiviug, immediately yielded t
their curative powers, and when used in accord
ance with the punted diicctious, which accom
pany each bottluethe sirup und create combined
eradicates any ol the above nsmed diseases, and
leavea the sufferer without a blemish. The med
icines are too well known torequireanythingmora
t han a plain stalemuntol facts The joytul intel
ligence is reaching us daily from east, west,
north and south, ol the wonderful cures that tber
See what is said by those who have used thee
medicines: The Kev. Samuel Henry, of Palmer,
Mass., says "they have done me more good thaa
all the other medicines I bavc ever used for sry.
Capt. William Vail, of the Steamer Granite
State, soys "they bava cured niv little daughter
of salt rheum and scald head of 'six years' stand
ing. She was literally covered with sores; is
now perfectly cured by the svrup of create."
Dr. A. J. Johnson, of North Ward.sborn, Vt.,
says "a scrofulous disease of the hip joiut, and
scald bead in the same child bavc been cured by
the syrup tnd create."
Rev. August Holls says "it las cured the salt
rheum in my leg.
J. Hatfield Frazcr, Esq.. Kditorof the Somer
set Whig, Somcrvillc, . J., says "my mother
has been completely cured ofa severe case of Tet
ter of long standing, that had defied the Uill of
the best physicians."
Hon. Joel Loomis. of East Lyme. Conn., says "'1
was completely cured of crysepelas in my leg, af
ter a council of the bi st physicians in the county
had pronouneed the disAn.e incurable, (at my age)
which wns seventy eight years, but Weaver's
syrup and f rente did the work at once."
' Elias Latham, Ksq., of Orient, Long Island, V.
Y , says "I hardly know bow to express my grat
itude to you and , your medicines. I havebeeu af
flicted for more than thirty years with salt rheum
in its worst form. I tried tofind relief from vari
ous medicines I tried several physicians in
.New York. Brooklyn and Grecnport. I have di
eted aud taken medicine enough to float a pretty
imge dohi, nui mey uia me no goon. 1 have ta
ken your medicines one year, and am nowable to
work and slecpwithotit an ache or a pain, and my
neighbors gay 1 am the sprightest man on the
The Rev. J. 3. Swan of New London, says "I
have used the syrup and create iu my family for
more than a year, and I think it completely adapt
ed to sustain the high reputation that is claimed
for it. I have seen it used in a number of cases
for salt rheum and erysipelas, with eutire suo-
Ask Seth I'risbcry nf Taunton, Mass., whal
these medicines wilfdo. Ask William Barber.
of Three Mile Hay, Jeff County, Xew York, what
tlie syrup lias done lor him. Ask (. F. 4 W. H.
lloyn'ton, of I'crkinaville. Vt. Ask F. L. Keht, of
Chicago III. Ask Martha Cottle, of Martha's
Vineyard. Mass Ask William F. Kcables; or
Williuin H. Benjamin, Ksqrs..of New London.
Ask Dr. M Murdock; of Pulaski, N. Y., who was
cured of scrofula, after loosing his leg by the
disease, and suffering for years, hasbeen perfect
ly cured by the use of the syrupaud create. Ask
Curtis liurrough, of Shelby", X Y., who has been
cured of a severe cac of salt rheum. Ask Chas,
Akin, of Hume, X. Y., what the syrup and create
will do for sore legs. Ask Winsiow nnd Slnfter,
Merchants, Virgil, X. Y-, what it will do for fe
ver sores. In a word, ask everybody wbo has
ever iiM-d these wonderful medicines, and the
answer will be the same. 1 my l-rras.
Manufactured bvS. A weaver Co.. Solo Pro.
prietors, Xew London, Ct., and for sale every
J. X. Harris Co., N'o. 7. fhllerre Ruildinir.
Cincinnati. General Agents for the Westers
States. Sold bv
S. W. Riehey, Xew Paris, Ohio.
J. P. Ilrookius & Sun Eaton. O.
August '.M85S. ly.
EXCHANGE BANK '
JV. E. Comer of Maine f Third Streets.
BUY and sell Exchani;ennd Coin; buy Bills,
Notes, Bonds, Mortgages, Ac , and losn
money at reasonable- rates. Pay interest OB
Deposits. HARSHMAN & WINTERS.
Oct. 6, 1853.
SPLENDID TOWN PKOPEIITT
' - J - ' ' yj " - '--' L D .w
I jty sell the House and Lot upoo
-i2t- Ki which he now resides sit.
uated in the most desirable
11 1 rt of town, (on Snmnri
M street, east of llaron,) and
" fitted uu with everv conve.
nience. The House is commodious and in good
repair, with a good Well. Cistern and Wood
House convenient. There is a good stable npon
the lot, together with a choice variety of Grafted
Fruit Trees, Currant Bushes, Ac.
tt7 For further particulars, ennuire of the
subscriber at his Grocery Store, on Baron Street
J01IX O. WILLIAMS.
Katnn, April 19, lSS,"! tf.
s ijmTe B .
MY stock of Mantillas is now eomplefs, com
prising the newest and most fashionable
Moire Antique, Silks,
Chantilla Lace and Applica Work.
The styles for Snrinir and Snmmei arc chaste
and elegant, far surpassing in beauty the de
signs of last year, ana admirably adapted to oor
For Mantillas, Ladies' Waists and Sleeve, do
Basks Morninsr Gowns. Also Patterns for Hnv'
and Misses suits can be found at either of my es
tablishmeuts, of every desirable stvles.
Manufacturer and Exclusive Pen ler in M.rillt..
and Patterns' 7'J Fourth street. 8 doors from Vine
and titi Fifth street, corner of Lodge,
fllUV 10 moo. II.
Office of the Md., consolidated Lotteries
Baltimore, Maryland, June 20th, 1856.
The Commissioner of the Maryland State Lot
teries has deemed it his duty to caution the pub
lic against the numerous swindlers who circu.
late by mail and otherwise, frndulent Lottery
schemes, and pretend to be agents for the sale of
tickets in lotteries which are wholly fictitious.
The only legal lotteries In Maryland are those
drawn daily under the superintendance of the
Commissioner elected by the people of the State,
under the new Constitution to examine and ap
prove the schemes and attend to the drawings.
All the tickets in these lotteries and all certify
icates of packages of tickets have the lithograph
ed signature F X. Brenan, general agent for
the contractor. Office of the Maryland couaoli.
dated Lotteries, Baltimore Md. All orders are
For full information on the aubiect of these
frauds, address F. X. BRENAN,
Aug. 2S, 1855.
DAY & Iff ATL1CK.
Have removed to their New Store Rooms,
Ho. 80 Pearl St., bet. VlnsftBs.ee.
ana! are aoemmr a -. ,i..lf
Fall and Winter Dry Good,
which they invite the attention of Ihe trsc".
August lb, 1S56. tf.
J. OILMORI. J, 4. OILMOIS.
W. J. & J. A. GILItlOBE,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Lair
te7Ofllee on Baron Strut. door, miih rJ
Register Printing-effiev, Betrw, O.sf) sf f.J