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WASHINGTON, Monday, December 3.
Tke weather to-day is most beautiful, and
the cUy. presents a holiday appearance.
At-airaty hour crowds eommenotil flock
trig to the cfcpitol, every portion of which
noon became thronged. The galleries of Ibe
Mouse are thronged lo overflowing, ami huu
lreds re Unable lo tain admittance.
, The Supreme Court assembled at noon.
-A 11 the members' were present exa-pl' the
.4Ut I I HStlCC
SECOND DISPATCH—P. M.
The Home was callud lo order at twelve
o'clock by Forney, Clek.
New members were sworn in, and (he roll
called; l-wo hundred awl twenly-.iive members
- On motion ot Mr. Jones of Tennessee, Hie
House proceeded to- Ihe election of Speaker,
n Ihe first ballot, -Richardson of lllinios,-
3Jemocrat, had 74 rotes; 41enrv M. r Hller of
M'enpsylrania, 17. ; Campbell of Ohio, S3
3'ennui:ton M( New Jortey, 7; Marshall ol
enluckey, 30; .Uaitfcs of Massachusetts, 21.
"Various others were iced for, and much in
Uresl was manifested. There ras, however,
mo election, 1 13 being necessary to a choice.
The Senate met-nt three o'clock.
ST. LOUIS, Monday, December 3.
Accounts from Kansas stale that Governor
:shmn-ui Iws telegraphed the President the
condnion of affairs, and says Hint one thou
jirand armed men arrived in Lawrence, resco--.rd
a prisoner from the SherifTof Douglas conn-rt-y,
burner) houses and destroyed prop, rty.
tHe asks thej'residenl to order out the troops
r.l Fort LeaveuworUi lo aid in the execution,
of the laws.
Dispatches from Weston to day, by express,
Jiave arrived, and bring startling news from
.Atchison. The Free Mole officers had lakcu
.possession of important papers at that place.
An attack upon Atchison was anticipated,
jand a request had been sent to Weston for
.fifty armed men lo aid in repelling it.
The Tribe of Ism.
The opponents which Democracy and lib
erty have confronted sinee tbe dawning of the
Itepublicnn principle, it fcems has come of a
single Iribe the tribe of Ism. hi Prance and
in America too, it develops itself thus:
At the period of the Ataeric.in Doclntalion,
il commenced :
niDDLH.AND ISAKKIS3T. '
RACCO If, L()ll-C,lll. AND
andf aXATlCISM generally.
Know Nothing Lodges Disbanding.
Secret political nrianijcations are becominc
so.odious, and public opinion is becoming so
rroii(j nxninsi iiic.e oalli uoiinu pouiir.il so
c it-1 itu, ilia; ruiow nuiiMug councils all over
the country are compelled to abandon their
corrupt and unlawful organizations.
The Grand Couucil of the American party
iuiiiulb Cnokna, at their meetiug on the
1 1)1 Ii inst., unanimously reconimetided Ihe
o uncils under its jurisdiction io di.sband and
fibsolve liieir members from their oMk'aiions.
The -Know Nothing (ouncil of Trenton
JS'ew Jeney on (he iC'h ins!., Unanimously tc
olvi d lo aurrefloVr Uur charter and abandon
Mierr secret organization entirely, and also
recommend the lame course In all other cnuu
rils of Ihe Stat.
We predict Hint in lev tbnn two years ihr:re
will not be n Know Nothing Lodge in the
rounlry ; anil Unit ifldividtials willing to nc
knowleiljfe Dial l1y wer belonged looue win
be as scarce as white black birds. Ohio
The Fight Just Begun.
IJecause the Democracy of Ohio were de
fentwIVuit full by the fusion nf oil Ihe discor
diiiit materials which colo make tin the oppo
sition Jo Ihe Democratic party, and n.iiu de
ft ated, at Ihe la'.e election, there are some so
illy as to suppose that the old, and tune hon
ored parly, that for the Inst half ceuluiy has
battled fedeialism, under its various names
rind shapes, which would shame old Proicus
hirmelf, would disband and surrender to ils
It is related of Potil Jones, thai in hi. terri
ble batileof Valparaiso, against two Knglish
llips, thai his flag was shot away, and the
Captain of one of the vessels against which ho
was fighting, hailed, aud nsktd if he had sur
rendered. "Sonemlf red?" shmitel Jones,
'why, we have just begun to fihl!" So fu
Kioii will find it uilh the Democracy. We
law jutt begun lo Jight! Slate Dimucrat.
The rush of emmigranls lo the West, Ibe
jirese nt year, I as been unprecedented. Ks
pecially has the tide rolled towards Iowa and
Minnesota. Tbe Dubuque Exprett says :
"No Stale, not even California, has obtain
ed so rapid an increase nf populaMon as has
lown Ihe past season. Through May and June
tvery roail to the interior was thronged with
rovered wagons, accompanied by (locks and
bcnls; and at morning and evening, wherever
you went, Die encampments slang ihe margin
of water courses reminded you of the Exodus
of Ihe Israelites. Southern Minnesota, too, is
filling up with great rapidity, and this Territo
ry will soon be knocking at the door of Con
press for admission into tbe Union. The pop
' uLalion of Minnesota and Iowa at the next cen
fnjs will exceed a million, and many think
Iowa will reach that numbet."
(fclrA man by the name of Telfo vvps found
dead t.pon the (rack of the Columbus, Piqua
end Indiana R. R. 'Hie cow catcher struck
liim under Ihe chin tnd cut his throat, and the
cars passed over his body. Two bottles were
found close by bis body. He was a man of
DotJto a Tom.vak. Two ynune ladies of
Indianapolis, Indiana, were out tiding in a
buggy by themselves, and after drivinirtlirnugii
the most fashionable avenues, concluded to
try the plank mad. Well to the plsnk roo-'
they went, and while Uolling briskly alone,
they were suddenly arrested by the tollgate
keepM, who demanded bia toll.
llow much is it V asked Ihe girls.
'Fur man aud horse,' he replied, Hit if fifty
Well, (hen, gel out of the way, for we are
girls and a mare. Get up, Jenny !' and
nway they went, leaving the man in mute astonishment.
OTCiikkrino lNTTj.(.icr.!cE, comes to us i'ni
ly from t.trioua parts of the country, where
those troubled with Immnts and chronic com
plaints, are freely tmng Dr S. A. Weaver's
Canker and Snti Rheum Syrup, Canker Cure
ud Cerate.. They are truly good articles anil
wa-are -glad ti tea them., succeed as the y t'e
amnio..; .,; - ;
flfiEAT CCRE OP RHEUMATISM. The
Editors of Ihe Kichnvwl Republican, of I'cc.
?4:h, 18J2, says tliptiCortai's Spanish Mixture
is no qnack medicine.
They had a man in their f ressToom who
was afflicted wtthiolent Mercurial Rheuma
tism, who was continually complaining of mis
ery in Ihe buck, limbs and joints; -Ins eyes
had become feverish and mattery, neck swol
len, throat sore, and all (he symptom ofliheu
malism, rorrtbintd with Scrofula. Twp .bot
tles of Carter's Spanish Mixture ctred him,
and, in an eilitorinl notice avnbove, they bear
testimony to itu wonderful effects, and say
iheir only regret is, that all suffering with dis
eases of the blood are not aware of the exist
ence of such a medicine. They cheerfully
See llmir certificate, rmd .police jn full
around Hie Lottie.
DTAn ounce of fact .is worth a pound of
theory ; and the swarm of conclusive fact
that cluster around that incomparable prepar
ation, llriifland'a German Bitters, prepared by
Dr. C. M. Jackron, Philadelphia, establishing
its value as a Ionic and restorative, are such
s would prevent incredulity itself from ques
tioning its efficacy, la all cases of diseases ot
Ihe stomach, whether acute or chronic, it moy
be recommended for its soothing, cordial and
renovaiiwg influence. Dyspepsia, heart-bum,
toss or appetite, nausea, nervous tremnt, re-;
laxation and debility, &c, are relieved by the
I) ilttrs in a very short space of time j and a
perseverance in Hieir ue never fails to work
a thorough cure. See advertisement.
BTW. Langrv, will preach nt the Chris
tain Chapel, on Baron sireet, on Sunday next.
nt 1 1, o'clock, A. M and at night. Subjer.lt
-Tho Comine of Christ. The Kingdom of
ij.id and the end of evil. AH pre invited to
CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET.
and retail Grocer, .Mniust., Katon.
CINCINNATI. . bitiiv
Ukkswax, Ai?28 HiiESWAx, 2il(525
UuTfKIl, til mO IIUTTEII. l.-.Will
t'UKCSI, S 'iS)i ClIKKSK, lbUM
Corned, 1 lhilJ'it.'oKFEB, ll'j'Cill
IIiukii Aftlks 1 40 llniKn Aiti.i:s, i:r,o
IJbachbh, $i;ohii--1 &
:S0..8 2 1
f 'l:oo((f S:00
1 1 1 3
TlKOTHV f 3'i)U6l3:fiV
Potatoes, 25(fT -10
On the 2D'h nil., by Ihe Rev. H. W. Toy
lor, AnaAM U. DkGuoot, lo Miss Ei..uinA Cue
On the 29lh nil., by the Rev. L. F. Vjii-
cleve, Mr. Gkoiiok Kune, to iiliss SaiiaiiMil
kkii, liu'h of Eaton.
11 1 1 mi 1 juk 1
In T in Township on tire Tilli nil., Mrs.
Sarah Kitson, Cnnott of Mr. Geo Kitson, in
the 651 h year of hej age.
' ' " ": ' ; 1 1 m r
N OTICE is her.:Ty given, that there will be an
Klection be d at the Tavern of William
Wrssinjr, in West Alexandria, l'reblc County,
on the Second Monday of January, A. I). H.ji).
for the Klection of live directors of' the Dayton i
Western Turnpike Knad t'on.pany, to serve for
the Ensuing year.
Attest, MARLON' KAIiN', Trent.
W. J . liiLMoiiE, Secy. Dec. Iw.
Cosmopolitan Art Association.
ARKAXGEMICNTS for the second annual
collection of this new and popular instiiu
lion fur the diffusion of Literature and Art.
Among the woiks already engaged, is the far
famed 'Uk.voa Cducim,' which originally cost
in forming tbe new colltclion, the diffusion
of works of A vi rit r an Aiit, and the encour
ageincut of Amf.rican genius have not been
overlooked. Commissions have been issunl
10 many of the most distinguished American
lUtis', w ho will contribute somcof their finest
productions. Among them are three marble
llustf, executed by the greatest living sclup-
:or IIiiiam I'owkhs.
Gkohuk Wasiiinoton, Die Father of his
country ; Benjamin Fhanki.in, the Philoso
pher ; Danikl Wkiistkr, the Statesinan.
A special agent hnsvisi'ed Europe and made
careful and judicious selections of f reign
works of Art, both in bronze ond marble stat
uary and choice paintings, the whole funning
a huge and valuable collection of paintings
and statuary, to be distributed Fri e among
the members of the Association fur the Second
TERMS OF MEMBERSHIP.
The payment of three Dollars constitutes
any one a member of this Association, and
entitles him to either ol the magazines for one
year, and also a ticket in Ihe distribution of
the stjliiaryand paintings.
The Lileratuie issued lo subscribers con
sists of the following monthly magazines.
Harper's, Putnam's, Knickerbocker, Black
wood's, Household Word, Graham's an:
(iodey'8 Lady's Book.
Persons taking five memberships ore enti
tled to any five of the Magizines for one year,
and to six tickets in the distribution. The
nel proceedsderived from the sale of member
ships, are devoted lo the purchase of works of
Art for ensuing vear.
by becoming a member of the r.ssocintlon, fire:
1st. All persons receive the full vai.uk of
their subscription at the start, in the shape of
sterling Magazine Literature.
2d. Each member is contributing towards
purchasiui! choice works of Art, which are to
be distribute among themselves, and are at
the same time encouraging Ihe ArtUts of Ihe
country, distributing thousands of dollars
ihrougli its agency.
Persons, in remitting funds for membership,
will plense give their post-office address in full,
staling the n;onth Ihey wish the rrpgazineto
commence, ond hnve the letter registered to
prevent loss ; on its receipt, a certificate of
membership, together with Ihe Magizine de
sired, will be lorwarded to any part of the
Those who purchase magazines a! book
stores will observe, that by joining this Asso
ciation, they receive Ihe Magazine and free
ticket in-the annual liistribiitinn all at the
some price they now pay for the magazine
alone. For membership, address
C. I,. DERBY, Actuary C. A. A.
Ateithtr of the principal ol7ies- K nicker
liockcr .Magazine office, 343 Rroadvvay, New
York ; or Western Office, 106 Water street,
Taxes for 185ft.
fPHE Taxes for 1853 are due and required lo
J. be paid on or before the 20lh day of next
December as a penalty of 8 per cent is impo
sed by law on all sums (hat remain unpaid nf
ler that dale. I fchnli assume no taxes but
send out for collection all sums not paid when
I make out the deliuuUenl list.
JOHN R. STEPHEN, Co., Trens..
Not. 2tV ISM,
NEWEST STYLES OF DRY GOODS,
QUE ENS WAKE, GLASSWARE, HATS, (Lirs, BOMbTST
Trrrv ... ;.. nr1...i.- pil vvini,.,.
and ntvlescniumt be beat in the town of Eaton which they intend to sell HicniW tlun evX V.ill
evMTborty, if you want to save vour monev and pet btriins. Toiuitrv I'r.Wufe 1 .kefKn eeV .V e
1'or Kills'. Thcv wwili av (othj-ir Gerniun friguds that they have cnmh.yeil a German Clerk who
trill bhapprlwail on tlwiu. tfq.t. 87. ISM.
C1 VANAUSDAL & Co. are in receipt of Ihe largest slock or Goods offered in this market,
;,to which they respectfully call the attention of their friends and customers and all others
wanting cheap and serviceable goods. Feeling confident that from long experience, sufliri;nt
means lo purchase our Goods exclusively for cash, close attention to the purchase ol every or
licie piT'.red by us for sale we can tender satisfaction ai to price and quality. Our stock has
Vinrclintcri New York, Philadelphia, and other Eastern cities, in many instances diiee.t
from the manufactory, atiu embraces a Isrger variety than usually found in country stores. In
addition to our la.'ga slock of asuu.'il Dry Goods we Keep
BOOTS AND SHOES 8F ALL OS!
Qupcnsware 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
best made top enammelled drills, muslins and ducks, cnammtlled 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
sels, glasses, joints and props, names, huhbs, bows anu bent fellows.
All of which will be oll ns cheap as they chh be purchased in
Cincinnati or elsewhere.
September, 20, 1855. tf.
Dry Goods, ftueensware, Hats & Caps, Bon
nets, Boots, Shoes, &c,
Go To O. & W. miNOft'g,
Cor. of Main & Baron sts.
They arc nor Toc'ivins their Fall ami Winter stock which has never Von surra cd for quantity.
quality, beauty, style or tuxluro iu Eaton. CUill
H it o .r purchases. fsejit, 2i, ls.w
OEM AID WMlMi
STUMPING THE STATE!
NOTWITHSTANDING this fact,
market the lar.est stock of Fall and
to the people of Preble county. Their stock consists in part of French,
English, and American Cloths and fancy Cassimeres, overcoatings tweeds,
Sattinetts and Jeans,
WOMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Fancy, plain and black silks and satins,
rinoes, plain, fancy and black lustres; American and French plaid?; De
laines of new style all wool delaines; Debagces, from the highest price
to the lowest, Ginghams, consisting of French and domestic of all prices,
thousand and one pieces of prints, from 5 cents to 2V per yard; and in
fact anything that ladies wear for dress, may be found at their establish
ment. Also a full assortment of
Hosiery and Gloves !
Men's silk and woolen under-shirts and drawers. A large and extensive
lot of Boots, Shoks, Hats and Caps, Queenswarc, &c. &c, and in fact
everything that can be found in a Dry GoodStorcs 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, 1855. STEPHENS & CO.
Mo. 8, Main St., Eaton, O.
-t nf IWr fJnt ..
Brussels carpet, strings, laces, and tas
everybody if you would save muney and be pleased
Stephens & Co. have brought into
Winter DRY GOODS, ever offered
French, English and American Mo-
Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond
Rail Road Line.
Win tor A r r a 11 item en t.
Commencing on Thursday, Nov. 19,
18-r).r, between Eaton and Cincin
nati and intermediate points.
Leave Kntou 7,4- a m arrive at t'inciuati 10 a r"
" 11:10 " " l;3upm,
" 4,50 pm " 8:15 pin
" 7,-.'o p in " " Mo 1 i"
LeavcC'inciuati ii,00 a m arr. at Katou, 7.45 111
" ' 2,:jopm " " 4,45 pm
' " 5,00 p in " ' 7,'J0pui
Between Eaton and Richmond.
Leave Eaton 7,45a 111 ai rivcatKichmoiid 8 22am
' "4,45 pin " " fi.ijopm
' " 7,'jini in " " 8,00 p 111
s ai mnz ---'St J m m. raw bc m.
Leave Hicbnioud 7,00a 111 arrive at Katnu7,17am
' ' 10,50, a in " " ll.loa. ni
" li.lo p ra ' ' 7,20 p m
The 7.1," am and 4,45 pin Trains connect at
Hii'hmond for IiulinnaiioliH and the west.
The above Trains ao connect for New Castle,
The 7,45 a 111 and 11.10 p m Trains connect nt
Hamilton for Dajtoii and intermediate point.
AIko, the 7,45 a 111 and 4,45 p m Train connects
Richmond lor Dayton, and iiilcrniediatc polutu
the Dajton and Western ttail road.
The 7,45 a m Train from Eaton and the 2,80 p
Train from Cincinnati will atop at nil regular
Nations and at the Valley House on regular no
tice. All other Traina will stop at Regular Sta
D. M. MORROW. Snp't.
UNIT ED ST A T ES IIOTEL,
Soiitliwcsl Cor. of Sixth k Wnlmit Sts.
ara v raw at3 .mc rrtkS vmj m m m
EWIiNO A AKNOLD l'ro.'St
A. R. MORTON, I .
At 30, im.
Jacob dbideler, l'1'll'. 1
vs. t Preble Coin. Pleas.
Eliza Madden, Deft. J Civil action.
TllKttiid Eliza Madden, U hereby uotitied that
on the 'ith day of .Voveinber, A I. i 355, the above
named plainti if, tiled in the (,'om t of Common
I'loa of l'reblc county. Ohio, his petition agniust
her, which is now iiendinsr. wherein the phiintill
iisrm juoK'nK'i't and for the foreclosure of a cer
tain inortape on lot No. 2-2J in the tow n of Eiiti;;,,
I'nble county. Ohio, executed by the defendant
to fie pl.untiil'on the l:ith iliy of August, 1S55.
to securO a i'ol! Jated May lith, 1855..for jijoo.
due Nov. 1, lAW. with 1! per cent interest. And
the defendant is furtliei' notified that unless she
nipeni s and aimvers gaid petition on or before
the 1'Jth day of January lS5il,the ni'tterstheroin
net tbrih w ill be taken as true and a judgment
and order entered arcnrdinclr,
W J.&J.'A. filLMOIIE.
Attest. L. n. OonKS. Cl'k.
Nov. , 1S55 liw.
THE partnership heretofore existing; between tin
iiioleisigiud under the name of llubbell Epplv A
Wilson, has been this dav dissolved bvthe ile itli
of J. H. Epjilev. ' W.T. HUIilil'1,1.,
October 1st, 1853. W.J. Wli.SO.V;
Owing to the death of Mr. J. 15. Upply, it be
comes necewary for us to closo up the old ac
counlV, cither by cash or notes. Therefore all
knowing themselves indebted to tho Concern wi!
come up aud settle without delay. W. T II
X. It. The business in tulure will bo carried
on al their old stand, opposite the Court House,
by the undersicued, W. T. IIUHIIEI.L,
Knr.15.1S.-5 W. J. WILSOX.
0J,J!) hifhpsl price will be paid in cash
lit the Grocery nf OGDEN & DICK.
SOAP and CASL'US a
lil st rate article of
Nile I'riuriple! New Remedy! No Po'ton!
Or Antidote to Malaria ;
For Ihe iicvcniioti .niut cure ol
Fever and Ague, or chill fever, dumb nguc, and
other intermittent and remittent fevers, al-u ol
billiOiH level-, accompanied by t phoid simp
toiii, typhoid lover, yellow fc'cr". ship ami jail
lever, general debility, nic;ht sweats, ami nil
other torun of disease which have a common
?ialaii:i or tfliatina,
Tb csc diseases are cnninion to ninnv localities
of the United States: but wherever they prevail,
.on:i, r-omn, i'.?kt, or H est, tiiev ill! viur.llv
liriiiKrrm the same Inin-iinnal cnii-e. 'i hi 'if rent
rarietv pf MVinptimisaud 'orHt' iliscase is owhm
princii ullv lo iliilen nee in ne. ser. coustitulion
ami lei'bits of the sulleivr, but as Hie cnuse is the
same, thcv w ill at! ei.ual.'y yield to a rcuicdvthrt
is coniiieiV nl to m-rm-iiu. .... n.nr-.. ilmf ..'..
Ry the fawn of nature, evcrv mincinle itasiti
anil for every disease, or cause of dis-
iv, ineie is a rc-aireiit, or in other winds a si c
S' A"'''ia-wbtther B.isiii(r from
'"""' n,;';;,!t decoinpii.-itiork otjini-
,", , W:'-'"!Uk' mlr' m Vc"'b' cleared
1', ' ' "ti?ane,taMA
.iwuii iiimuiriiuicn. -j ii nccoi dunce wnu riioc
Un.iltornblu laws rovernini the uuerrinir nilinitv
subsi-niiijr between opposites. there i.s iiUhcpreji
eratiou before in, oll'eied to the public,
2 Vie nnluriil e;itiiuie to Malaria,
which neutrulizeo the jxiimii whenever it comes
jit comes iu contact with it. even in the opuu air.
jimu nnuu iHKen "iieruaiivconipietely puriliestlie
y.stem ail'ected by ils hilietiil iutlueucc and thus
l esiurcs ami preserves health.
Thjj remedy is believed to beem'relv new, and
unknown to any but the proprietor, wlio distinct
ly claims the following extraurtliuarv results
IVoih its use
Ij will instantly check the npue in peivnnswlio
have siiu' fod for any lunph ol tiine. from o.vi:
iiav MTircf veaus. and lr continuing itsue,
according; Vf the directions, ii radical cute will
be ellected ; the patient continuing fi ec from the
complaint forever ; unless subicrjuciit exposure
to malaria should make its use a (rain nccessarv.
In itsuiK'iMtiou upon the poison in the system,
it will ijn'meiliatcly relieve nil the distressing
srmptoms of b'llious or ajrue diseases, and when
the disease is cured, it will eutirelv nn.eetit ilu.
Ventral Jch'diltj and night twain,
which so o!tt:' follows the nd;ulnistif!on of r.tb.
er medicines. 1'hC patient at once begins to re
cover apetite and slreilgi,':- and continues to im- i
prove until restored to perfect health.
Uy its use fever and ajjue may bo banished
from every class iu the coinnr.iiiity;' farmers, me
chanics, aud all laboring people 'may use it asr,
and pursue their respective avocations iu perfect
safety fnnu aj,'ue or billions attacks ilm iiifr ilie
sickly season, which is often to them the most
valuable part of the year.
.Since the introduction of the cum in every
part of the United .States, it s success has been so
complete and timaryinjraa to have folk proved
these assertions iu favor of its e .traoidiiii v
When these declarations wen- made, at the
date nl' its introduction, Ihey seemed incredible
10 ininy. even 01 the most candid minds, heeau e
all the resources of science bad been taxed in
vain to ,-ubdue nruj or billions diseases; and
wliat was still worse loraiii' snU'eieis, all liieir
eucines or ireatnieut. wiietlu r -c:e:itil:c or em
..;.:u.i 1. ... 1 1 :. . 1 . . ,
i"i in:, 1 e oeeu nmiteil to llie uje ol l.ol sonous
oruc.itruetive ilriiffi, such as arsenic, (iiiiiine,
mercury, Rilicine. ke. The effects of these are
sometimes worsetuan the disease thcv subdue,
rod when such remedies tail, or jrive only tempo,
rary relief, their Kiisonous e,IV is are supeiaOd
ed to the poor su.ierer's hist complaint.
On this account ngue sullerers should be par
ticular! i C,.refol about 11-inrranvseciet fereraud
ajrue remi'iliei, notwith!rindini; the makers of
tiiem unilurnily assert that thev n:av be taken
with perfect safely, even when it is 'notoriously
well known that their potency depends sulci v
upon destructive poison.
.Now as a prool that the remedy is not onlv val
uable on account of its power to cure diseases.
Hut tout it is also
Vartlitj of public cmfjrnce, hrcautte nf Hp.
Singular and entire hariiiU s.imnt
The following eertitic.-.to from one of the ino-r.
celebrated chemists in the United .States has
been obtained, and a copy of it is attached to
every uotiie :
Xew York, June 11, 135!..
" I have made a chemical cs in.! nation of
Rhodes' lever and ajjue cure, or antidote to ma
laria, and have te-ic.l it for arsenic, mcrcure.
luinnio anil Mnelmine, hut have not found' a
particle of either iu it, nor liave I found unv sub
stance iu its composition (hut would pio'o in
iurious to the constitution.
JAMJiS It. ClilL'l'iJ.V, M. 1)., Oliemist.
It is a .stubborn f.:ct therefore, that this reme
dy is dostined not nly to relievethe human fam
ily from malarious diseases, but loilonu eipially
j,ikI work by preventing the taking of other
medicines which do harm.
The entire absence of any baneful ingredient
makes this rmiedv, not inure valuable as a cure,
than it isasa preventive
Xo class of (incase is so easily min.iped as the
one under consideration, il the "medicine be ta
ken in advance. This is owing to the diseases
being produced by one and the same cause, and
therefore, nil, both residents and travelers,
should protect themselves y tho timelv use of
this preventive, and not u ai't for the poison al
ready lurking in their veins to de elope itself in
io:eui aiiacK. lake the cure as a preventive,
and so destroy the oi..on before it doe.s harm. '
Full directions and advice as to diet and liab.
itsol'lil'e prepared hva di.stiuguihed physician,
long resident in a billious climate now accompa
ny each b (tie.
It n ill ofien be
mild neccssarv In nrnp.-.l., I'.i
medicine bva mild eaiii lrlic orami billions tuii' -
n.,lle. TI..I v.,,.,- t..l ,1.:,,.. l: ,.. '
moderate doe of castor oil, the object of which is
locleauso the stomach and free tl,e billiarv pas
sages. Iiememlier that where this is necessnvr.
there is costiveness it must hi: takf.v or the
ojieralion of the antidote will be seriou-ly ob-
ONLY CAI"TI0.-.In ccri ain srecint d rases
pour the contents ot'oiicormorebottlesol the cure
nto shallow vessels, (dining plater.) and place
hem in sleeping rooms, lor the vanor risinr
from the medicine, and nhmthp airwaftcd across
v circulated over the dregsot it, after the Ihpiid
evaporated, will ci teract and destrov. to
degree commensurate with its exnoane
isinaor or poison contained in f... .',,.,..,,,
This mode ol exhibitin" ,ne P,.P sl,ol',l iiic,,.i
resorted to w ,. Tn,,. inCm, n.. v,...,..i ...
Toe bottles in which this medicine Ir nnf nn
hnve the words'-Riinnrs' I'kvkh and Aoi KCriti;"
blown in the glass, and on the outside wrapper is
the name ol'the medicine. (thecopyright of wlreh
set ured.) and the signature of 'the proprietor.
These precaution arc adopted to prevent eouu
The reliance for its success is entirely upon its
el, tnl merits wherever introduced aiid med,
lle.se win dc consiuercii sumcieiit.
J'repired and sold bv the proprietor,
JAMES A. RHODES, l'rovidence, R. I.
Si ld by J. P. UruokiusA Son, Eaton, Ohio.
Oct. 25, 1833.
TASil A!D SAW MILL F02 SALE I
T1IF. subscriber wishing to move west, niTers for
sale his property, situated one and a half miles
west of Camden, iu Soi rs Township. Preble
county Ohio, and lying on Paint Creek. The said
ni eontains 111 acres of good land and has
thereon a 1.0(1 HOUSE, with three rooms, a
igood stone Spring House, bog Mjble and a first
rate SAW MILL, with n nett of lath saws at
jtic'iied. Said farm has plenty of good stock
the year around, aud an excellent orchard
i ron, terms or saie iweuty-iwo mmoreii
dollars for the er.tire property one halfcash, and
ihe balance in one and two years. Applvsmm to
JAMES X. HART, Caindeu. Ohio.
November, 15. )s55, It.
N. E. Corner of Mmnr ( Third Streets,
IM'Ynnd aellKxchnnrennrt Coin; liuyDillf,
) Notes, Honds, !lorl(;nges, Ac, and lonn
moupv nl reasnnablp rates, pnv intercut nn
lnosits. MAKSI1MAN& WINTERS.
- DR. "WEAVER'S "
Cinkcj and Eiilt ItirmTjicp ird frta'a.
IT I.S AX IM)i;l L'TAIil.i: KAtlTll.'.T'Jj K
X above ine'iic!ue are the nnlj inlull.ble rum-
lilies .now b'-fme the jnlilic lor ciinniou irii
jtions, .nilt r(MiHi, eryi'i etim. .M're hp, u'ei'i,
old level tuies, cculii heiil, staiLutic ini t uli,
t ases thaj (be mot cniinent j hyniriiii's br ve
lesnii(d nf rcbiivinp, iinne'IuJely vielded lo
their curiitive ower. i.nd u hell um-o ill r.ccoiil
ance with the j rinted direetiniiH. which r.cti iti
pany each bin lie. ti e ' nip itnd create con bil.id
eiaOicutes any ol the above nana d dicea-es. r i d
leaves the suUerer willu ul a blemi.h. 'J l.e Ii it
icincs arc too well known to rei.uire anvthii rn o:o
'" plainMaletimiit ol fucts J to jnyioi ilitei-
"?" " renchmp us daily linn cat, wct,
""' 'b and south, ot iIhj woudei lul curee that they
jie IhtIoi minK.
h,c " l,nl l saul "i0' linvo ,,s "
ii'tdiciiics: The Kev. .Samuel Henry, of J'uln er.
)' "11,l,Jr 'av !""1' "' u"u' f "m"
all the other mcUicinas 1 have ever utcd lor eiv-
Capt- William Vail, of the Steamer CmnitB
State, says "tiny bavo eiiud my little daughter
of salt rhcMn and scald bend of Vix year' blai:d
iug. She was literally eovcrcsl Willi sores; la
now perfectly cured by the svrupof create."
Dr. A.J. Johnson, of oitb Wanl.tmro, Yt.,
says 'a scrolulous disease ol tlie lnji jiiit. and
scald head in the same child have been cured by
the syrup vud create."
Jte . August Hulls says "it baa cured tbe salt
rheum in mv Up.
J. Hattiel'd Krazcr, Esrj. . Editor of the Somcr
sett Whig, Sonierville, S. J., says -my mother
lias been completely cured of a severe case of Tet
terol long standing, that had delied tlie kkill of
the best physicians."
Hon. Joel IKunis. of iCusf l.y.-ne. Conn., says "I
was completely cured of erypepehu it) ;::y leg, af'
ter a council of tile bil physicians in tlie county
had pronounced the disaaw; incurable. (af inyage)
which was seventy eight years, but Weaver'u
syrup and create did the win k at once."
Elias Latham, Es., of Orient, Eoug Island, N".
Y , says "I hardly know how to express my grat
itude to you and your medicines. 1 ha.. e bleu af
tlicted for more than thirty years with rait rheum
in its worst form. I tried tolind relief from vari
ous medicines I tried several physicians iu
New York. Jironklyn and (ireenport. I tpve di
eted and taken medicine enough to Uoat a.;fctt.V
largo boat, but they did me uo good. I have ta
ken your medicines one year, and am uow ab-i to
woilc and slocpwithout u'n ache or a pain, mid uy
ne-ghbnrssay I am the siirisrhtcst man on ths
The Kev. J. S. Swan of New Loudon, saw "t
have used '.he syrup aud create iu my family for
more man a year, alio linuiK it completely adapt
ed to sustain the high reputation that is claimed
for it. 1 have seen it used in a number of casea
for Sal! 1 -beuni and erysipelas, with entire uo
eess. As!; Setb Prl.-ibcr? of Taunton, Mass.. what
these medicines will do. Ask William limber,
of Three M ile Hay. Jell' County, New York, what
the syrup has done for him. Ask (i. F. & W. II.
Iloyntoii, of Teikinsi illc. Yt. Ask F. L. Kent, of
I'h'icago III. Ask .Martha Cottle, of Martha'a
Yiiiew.rd. Mass. Ask William F. Keables; or
William 1'. Heiijauiin, E.rs.. of Xew London
Ak Dr. M. Munkc!:: or Pulaski, X. Y., whowaa
cured of scrofula, after loosing his leg by tho
disease, anil suffering for years, hasbecu perfect
ly cured by the use ol the syrupand create. Ask
Curtis P,urrii!:li, of Shelby". X Y., who has been
cnredfd'a sovele ca'-e of salt rlienm. Ask ('has.
Akin, ot'llunic, X. Y., what the svrun and create
will do for sore legs. Ask Winslow and Slal'ter.
Merchants, Yirgil, X. Y.. what it will do for fe
ver sores. In a word, as!; everybody who haa
ever used these wonderful medicines, ond tint
answer v.-ill be the s ime. Tiiky Cri.E.
Manufactured by S. A weaver A- Co.. Sole Pro.
prietors, Xew London, C't., and for sale every
where. J. X. Harris & Co., Xo. 7. College Iluilding,
Cincinnati. (Icneral Agents for the Western
States. Sold by
H. W. Richey, Xew Paris, Ohio.
J. P. llrookins & Son Eaton. O.
August 9, 1855. ly.
DYE STUFFS, SlG.
s. i. Kirooii tns & soy,
Baron St., Eaton, O.,
Vllo7(stllo and Retail Licilrrs in American,
English, Frenclt ami German Drugs,
1'iilctit i'lIi'UirtcK'S A.
T7r. hoc leave In rail Ihe atlctitioii of ll
public to our well selected stock which
we od'.T on the innl favorable ttm:'J. Having
the odvnti'age ofinany years ptnclicnl txperi
ence in the Mimiivs;, li.t-y with tonfidence,
defy competition, both in regard to quality
an! price of their articles.
Particular attention ( n id loTliysicinns rro
Eaion, July 2(1, 1855.
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
TV i: W 3 A V
7 E r.re now offering the largest mid best as-
sortnu i'.t of Ladies' Fancy Furs ever opened
in this city ail of which are 'eiil rely new, anil
sell r ted by one of the linn from the latest Eastern
pattern Our customers can rely on getting a
rcnuine and Iresi article, as we have no oltl
lock to sell. HOI.ESAI.E MEKtHAXTS.
please ('A.-.niiiie our stock before purchasing;
as we are oltei n-.'r luilni'ei-.if-nts to cast: ant! rune-
lual .-hoi t time buyei s. We have just received
by cx,rcss a lot of lilJDWX SOFT I1A1S. com
prising all grade some bcnuMu! eoods
J.. It. HAM'. It As ( U ,
Wholesale and Ketail Hatters.
Oct. 1. 1 11 Walnut st below i Ciuciunuti
.v. l.. in:nNAKO,
loan - 13
(Sirci srrons to Y.!. Ki:fp,)
t or. ol (Rtitu tv VmcMs.,
27Ordcr.; and consigunientsfolicitcd. jJJ
Nov. 8, ISoj. 2 in.
L. B. JOHMSON,
S Columbia St., enst of ."?I:iin,
Grain. FFonp, Fork, linton, Lard. Sc.. ir.
ADVANCES HADE ON COKSIGNMEKTS.
Ocbdier 11.1 S.-.3.
IMillo of Adilin Uow. Sc 'l.
OTICE is hereby pven Hint the under
siiiiicil has been duly nnnoinled and i,nii-
lied as Administrator of the estate of Adam
How, dee'd, late of Twin townshin 1'ivl.i..
county Ohio. AH persons knowing themfelvcs
indebted lo Ihe said estate will nlcose uiak'e:
immciliale payment, and- thos- having clnims,
present them properly autlicnlirnted for set,t
llement. Mll.Tnx Row. A.Wr
Nov. 22, 1S55.
r.stalc c ( nthni ino Itow, OocM,
V OflCE is hereby Riven that the under-
signci'. has been duly appointed ond cnnli.
ifletl ts Administrator of the estate of Catha
rine Row, dec'tl, late of Preule comity Ohio.
VII per.-ons knowing themselves indebted lr
he said estate wi.l plene make ininifdiata
payment and those having claims present Ihejn
properly authenticated for (.p'tlmenl.
WILTU.X HOW, A.lmr.
Nov. C?. ISJo..