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(CT'llEBB 18 I1IALTU TO THS SlClt!Q)
A NEVER FAILING CURE FOR.
And unrivalled aia Tunic in ail eases of Debility
Ft malt Obttructions, Fevers, tic.
Owing to the unprincipled venality of n
cerium set nf pretenders tu skill, in the art of
compounding medicine with reference to the
oure of human ills, the country has been delu
ged with noitruras, to cure this nnd Hint di
euse nue"loiiio mixture" and another "pan"
con," iind "cuthulicon," &.o. &c, ul infini
In in, until il Inn become necessury for men ol
scionce, mid those who with to tuve tho unfor
tunate from imposition and death, to lend
their nid in stopping the ravages ol quackery
and presumption. Therefore, this Lozenge
win invented by nn experienced Chemist and
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mudioiuo ever before offered to the public for
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formation of DISEASE IN TllE LIVER,
AGUE CAKES, Aic. so often tliecnnienuenoe
uf the injudicious use of QUININE. It will
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(he constitution attendant upon it, when used
according to the directions. There are twenty
four Lozenges nnd six Pills in each box. Price
one dollar per box. Tho cheapest medicine
ever beloie offered in proportion to its virtues.
Directions inside of Ine liox .
). O. NOBLE, General Agent,
Dexter, Al. T,
This may certify, that huviiig been afflicted
with Ague and Fever, in a most aggravated
form, for more than twelve months, without
any intermission, except for n few days, I was
at length perfectly cured by (lie use ol ono box
of Noble's Agamedinn Lozenge, nfter having
(nod most of tho prepared remedies with no
effect, such ns Quinine, fiurk,und various com
pounds. Such was aiy situation, previous to
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bio ol doing any kind of labor, and rapidly on
the decline. A few days' use of it, howevor,
wrought so grout n change, thn 1 1 was utile to
oomiuunce work, which I have continued with
out interruption ever since , nllliouli many
months have clupseil since. I would recom
mend Ibis medicine to those afflicted with Fo
vit and Airup, ns n sure nnd effectual remedy
fur lhal disease. OBliD TAYLOR.
S'sio, Michigan, December !i, 11)35,
I certify, thul I was cured of-nn Inveterate
Aguo by the use of Noble's Agamedian Lo
zenge. 1 would recommend it ns a ritdicul utid
permanent remedy for that disee.se.
- N. POWELL.
Dexter Village, Michigan, Feb. 24, 1(130.
I onn cheerfully testify In the superior effica
cy of Noble's Agiiiiiediiin Lozenge, ns a reme
dy for Fever mid Ague, from its use in my own
case, having hern perfectly cured of Fever and
Ague by it, nficr having sntulo n trial of va
rious other medicines with nn effect.
Webster, Michigan, March 80, 1830.
fjr-This medicine can bo bad wholesale
and retail by 'applying to the General Agent
who will bo happy to show soma nf tbe very
many crrtificnles which unsolicited are throng
ing in, or by sending orders to Strong & Walk
er, Hudson, Portage County, Ohio, or to any
other rrgulurly nulhoiizad agent in Ntw York
For sale in Ravenna by I. SWIf T.
Hudson, Mnrch 9, 1830 45
f HllIE subscriber has located himself in Ra
ja, voittu, mid established u BAKERY,
Takes, I! read, Crackers
and ull articles in his line vill at ull times te
kept nn hand. The psbiio i o requested lo
on 1 1, in he believes Is enn afford them now,
niivurm Hrr.r.'1. C''keri and Pioi, cheaper
than they oanmake them
Bakery two Doors East of I. Swifi's Drug
Shop, . M1LO FOOT.
Kaveinc July 14, 1836.
Rtf OtFceITo NEWSPAPER PUBLlSII-
Vi Ens -Tbe Ed.tor of "Tax Dklawa
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rfy Editors will please copy the above once
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Justice of the Peace,
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rtctly under the office or the H'estern
Courier, where he may at all timea be found
to transact any business pertaining to hit office
Aareana, April 6, 18 Jr.
A.d Journal of Education asd Science.
Edited by JOHN JF. PICKET.
rTpilE Western Literary In ttutc and Col
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riMUS vuluiiblo inedicineia celebrated Tor
JL cur ine Whit ehwellincf! of every description
Sure Jegs and Ulcers ol longstanding. Ohm
dular Tumor!, Felons, or what some people
know by (be name of Cutarrlis; Kliciimulio
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Fur gltiiululur swellings, it is sunciior to any
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mercurial applications, (us it docs not contain
the smallest iitom of (hut mineral,) becuuse i (
does not lay tho patient liublelo injury from
exposure (ocold. '
It cures the worst felons or whitlows on tin
application of forty-eight hours. v
Rheumat isms which have stood so long ns
to become n systematic ditdorer, require medj
cine to be ttilcen inwardly to remove ilicm en.
tircly. Out in most cases hy applying (his oint.
munt externally, nsdirccteil, it ivillgivc relief
Washington, March 51?, 100.
SirMy son being afflicted for live years
with White Swelling, nnd having upphei. eve
ry remedy recommended by the most eminrnl
physicians within my reach, w ithout success, 1
at length procured one jug of Dr. Judkiu's Pa
tent Specific Ointment, ii ml stii(c,fur the bene
fit of the nfllioled, (hut before ono jug was used
a perfect euro was effucttdj My sun has en
joyed good health ever since. I have no doubt
lo the Ointment alone ho is indebted, ns no
thing else was used fur more than nine months
before the npplienlion of tho Ointment.
. Kespecllully, JOHN COCKE.
1 have mndeusenf Dr. Judkin's Ointment,
and U pas proved u'most valuable medicine to
mv softn'i whofor many years has been nffeotod
truji chill blains, and was obliged to wear In
dlaiMtubbcr shoos, (ill I made use of be
Ointment, which effected an entire cure, it
is also tho best remedy for sores and wounds,
have ever used in my family.
Worcester, Muss. April 12, 1834.
frV-For snle by
U. S. DRI3TOL, Ravenna.
J. D.COMM1NS, Akron.
KENT & UR.KWSTER, Hudson.
April S3, 1835. 61 foyeow
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AAUXLIVy fOSVTAOa COUHTT, OB 10,
CterOjgiMaithM Lowtt Vilioge. ) -lebruary,
OR RHEUMATISM AND FEVhtt SOKES.
AN important remedy forall those who nre
afflicted with inflammatory complaints
by its eusing pain, counteracting inflamma
lions, and giving speedy rcliol without disa
greeuble sensation, and fonts active strength
eningisodoric properties un effec(uul remedy
for (ho Rheumatism, crump, ague in thebreust,
burns, bruises, scrofula, old sores, ulceraof all
most everydescription,particulnrly fever sores
Those persons suffering with liver complaints
pulmonary disensep,inflanimation on the lung
with puinsin the side Snd breast, headache,
pains and weakness in the back, will find relief
Hnd in all cases il may be used with safety. If
the pain be in the joints, it bus proved most ef
fectual by applying itlo llicfeet. It should
be spread thin on soltleutheror paper, and ap
plied to or ns near to (be port ufilictcd as pos
sible. In case of severe inflammation, bleeding
and a dose or two of gentle Physic moy bo ne
cessury, and the plaster wants changing, and
(bin con( added every twenty-fonr hours. In
case of fever sore, daily use of syrup made of
the IlurdocU Root for some weeks wor'd je
useful and important.
It will be found highly useful for t uftson
(ho feet, also for Strains and Bruises on horses
Made and sold, wholesale nml ret il by E
DEAN.nl bis Drug & Medical Store, Wes(
field Chuutnuque county, N. Y.
' - To the Afflicted. This may certify,that,
having been afflicted for five years pust with
what (he doctors call Ihe nervous rheumatism,
:n my hip, legs, and yet, so (hat tbe cords con
tracted, and I lost the use of them, in a great
measure my feet especially, had become al
most useless, that I have called ,on physicians,
from every quarter, both Botanic and Apothe
cary, without any effect, and having madeuse
oMhe Chemical plaster, which has relived me
from pain, loosed the cords, nnd restored my
imbs bs to health in a short time.
Mendon, July 25, 1832.
This may cerlify (hat I have been afliclcd
wilh (he rheurondsm in my shoulder, in such a
manner (hu( I could ntt raise my hand to my
hr nd,nnd I applied the chemical phister.wbich
effected a cure in loss than 48 hours. -.
Mrs. E. WILCOX,
Jamestown , September 22, 1U32.
I have witnessed in an inveterate case of
Fever sore, of four years standing, in my fami.
ly, an entire cure was effected, by (he nbove
Plns(er,in nbouTlbOr weeks. Wfi. BRITTON.
Westftold, June 4. 1836.
I have been afflicted for six years with an
inflammatory rheumnlitrojn my Icet and limbs
attended with agonising pain, depriving me of
sleep and ease nt times, night and day. I have
sought in vain for medical relief, until hearing
ol the Chemicul Plaster, sold by E. Dean,
which has afforded immediate relief. My feet
were in such agony that it seemed as n (hey
would split open. I applied a plaster and in
a few hours (hey were perfectly easy and free
from pain. WM. CHASE.
Weslflelil, Aug. 6,1803.
fcJrFor by ISAAC SWIFT,
April 23, 1S35. Ravenna"
With a handsome figure
executed wilh neatness
and despHtch,at this office
where also all kinds of
SZ.ZTlZ' will be done on the short
est notice, for ready pay, March, 30, 1837.
1500 'ft. C0Z'
A few barrels of MACKEREL and
PJCKEIIEL, for sale by
S. MASON Si CO.
Riv.nna, Dao 2J183S. -
Dr. Whiton's Vegetable
fHlHE convenience of a cheap remedy, in
JL tho form of Pills, suited (o the commence
ment of most of the indispositions to which we
are liuble, needs no comment.
Many diseiise8,in their forming stage, nre
arrested, by thoexhibilion of proper cuthnrtio
medicine, and tbeoonseqiicntsufforingund ex.
ponso are thereby avoided.
All that pills cun cflnot.in prcservingorre
storing heuKh--onrf MaJ i much .nay be ex
pected, and will be derived, from the timely
use. of llieso pills.
They arepeouliorlyexoellentin every van
ely of head ache, proceeding from afoul, acid,
or 6i7i'oui state of the stomach; and in allfcvcs,
ifliness of the system, dependent on thesnme
cause In short, for every derongemoiitof (he
slomnch nnd bowols, requiring cathartic medi
cine, tae Yagotnble Anii-Biliout Pillsadmit no
ccmpetit Pricc25 cents.
SN obedience to an order of the Court of
Common Pleas of Huron County, Ohio,
made at the February term, A.D. 1837,1
shall sell at public vendue, to the highest and
best bidder, at the Frank'in Mils, Franklin
Township, Portage County, Ohh, on the thir
teenth dayof May, A.D. 1837, between the
hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P.M
of said day, the following described real es
tate. , viz; About eighteen acres of Land lying
In the North East corner cf Lot No. 15 in
township No. 3 in the ninth range of town
ships in the Connecticut Western Reserve ,
being the same land deeded by Jesse Farn
ham to Kber Phelps Jr., and by said Phelps
to Charles Stebbins, and by said Stebbins and
Julia E. Stebbins his wife to Aaron C. Coibrtt
by Deed bearing date the 15th day of July,
A. D. 183 li said eighteen acres lying in (now)
Franklin township in said county.
APPLETON II. CORBETT,
Adminislator of Aron C. Cirbctt, dee'd
March 27, 1837. w48
BY virtue of an order to ua directed, by
Jacob T. Anirus, a justice of Ihe peace
uf Franklin township, in Portage co , we the
andersigned do certify that we have viewed
. . i . . i .
ond appraised a certain array ton, icn up
by William K. Converse of said township, and
find the same to be a black horse celt, with
both hind and the near fore feet white, with a
atar in the forehead, a natural trotter, about
twelve hands high, supposed to be about ene
year eld last spring, no artificial marks, and we
do ap raise said colt at sixteen dollars.
C. W. CONVERSE,) Apprais
' ROBERT KING, J era.
I hereby certify the above te be a true copy
from any astray book.
JACOB T. ANDRUS, J. P.
Franklin, Feb. T. 1837. . Sw4
FOR SALE AT TKI3 OFFICE.
n rT n
riMlE only Specific ever yet offered to tho
JL Public, from which a rudicul and perma
nentcure may be obtained, ol that diftrgrtei
blc pnin,thetoolh-nche,wilh all its ultendunl
evils : such us fracturing jaws in extracting of
the teeth, which often proves more puinful (hun
(he tooth-ache itself; and cold pursing from
(hedecuying teeth to thejaw, thence to the
head, producing a rneumutic affection, with
many otberunpleasant effects, such usdisugree
able breath, bad taste in (he mouth, Ac. &c.
all of which are occasioned from foul or decay
ing teeth. I am happy in having it in my pow
er to offer to the world a remedy that will not
enly remove the puin, but preserve the teeth
orom further decay, nnd detach tho carious
matter from such us bare nut commenced ach
ing, and remove the turtiir nnd all other filth
from tho (eelh, restoring them (o health and
Mr. Thomas IFAie I have (he pleasure to
inform you, that I have been usingyourToofh
ache Diops in my practice for inms time past,
and I must acknowledge that 1 find (hem far
superior to any thing I have ever yet known
for that purpose.
I am well convinced (hat it will cure meat
cases of Tooth-ache, when it is timely and
properly applied j and from a few weeks' ex
perience, 1 am decidedly of the opinion tliat.it
will have a very beneficiul effect in preserving
the teeth ; nnd recommend it, hoping it may
prove a blessing lo Immunity, and advantage
ous to yourself.
WM. I. BIRKLEY, Surg. Dent.
No. 99, South Fifth Street,
September 12, 1829. Philadelphia, Pa
Ebie, (Pa .) October 17, 1832.
The subscribers having witnessed (he plea
sing effects of Dr. Thomas White's Vegetable
Tooth-Ache Drops, feel a pleasure in recom
mending it (o (bose that are afflicted with (ha
Tooth-Ache , as a safe, and in most cuces per.
eclly efficient remedy for (be disorder.
A. BEBEE, Physician.
11. L. HARVEY, Ed. Erie Observer.
ALBERT THAYER, Physician.
O. N. SAGE, Dentist.
ANY articlesare before the public, as a
cure lor thut most oosixr.aie ana lormen
ing disease the Rheumatism, and from close
observntion, we are led lo believe they have at
a very great extent, fniled (o produce that lie
siruble result) und may it not be attributed li.
the fact that articles said (o cure this trouole
orne disorder, are also recommended (o cure
almos( every disease with which our frni bod
ies are attucked, and in theirpreparution that
objectis kept in view, viz : to buve the medi
cine a cure for all dicenccs
Thd Vegetable Rheumatic Drops are offered
to the public as a remedy for Rheumatism;
and us no case is known where a perfect cure
was not effected, we are justified in declaring
it a valuable medoinc for that ptinful disease
and for do other is it recommended. Price 50
Messrs. O. & S. Crosby i-Co. Gentlemen.
I feel happy in having it in my power to stale
to you the good effect ofyour Vegetable Rheu
matic Drops, or sure remedy, had in restoring
me from n sick bed. In (he month ol'April lust, 1
was so afflicted with thclnflamatory Rheuma
tism (hat I was confined to my bed . 1 wus en
tirely unublo to help myself. 1 could not so
much ns turn mysell inhed,und il wns with the
fgrcatcet difficulty htt I could be moved inil
I tried various kinds of medicine, und wnsat
tendedhy a skillful physician, butalKono ef
fect, vinlil I mado use of your Sure Remedy,
which when applied as directed, eave me im
mediate relief. Within a short time after Icom
menceu utiu?it, I was able to ride out and at
tend my usual business, I can cheerfully re
commend it to the public ""being n good roed
cine for Rheumatic complaints, as it has been
a number ofmonths and I have hnd no return
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. let, 1832.
Messrs Crosby's & Co. I wns nfflicted for
severuljmondis with (he Rheumatism ;nnd n liv
ing used tvery remedy recommended by the
most eminent physicians within my reach with
out success, I at length procured a bottle ol
your Rheumnlio DropsorSure Remedy, anil
made (he application ns directed, and before I
had used one half ol it, a perfect cure was ef
fected ; and to my knowledge the same bottle
cured two of my neighbors. It is now about
two years since 1 used your medicine, and I
have not been troubled with Hie Rheumatism
sinoe. RODNEY SPALDING.
Marion, MnrionCo. O. May20,183S.
I HE subscriber is receivings general
m. sortment of
GROCERIES. HARQWAR1 &
Those wishing to purchase are invited to
call and examine his stock,atthe store recent,
ly occupied by Mr. Whittlesey, on the north
side of the public square, nearly opposite the
C. P. SEYMOUR
Ravenna, June 30, 1836. 8
POST OFFICE nOURS,
fROM 8 o'clock, A. M. to 13 M.
. From 1 o'clock, P. M. to 5 P. M.
From 7 o'clock, P, M. to 0 P. M.
On Sundays from 8 to 9 o'clock A. M.
J. B. KING, P. M.
Ravenna, Nov. 10, 1836. 271
Land in Jllontville !
6 It ft ACRES OF EXCELLENT
LAND FOR SALE, in the
Town of Montville, Geauga County, Ohio
This tract of land is delightfully situated, one
mile east of the centre of Ihe Town, on the
centre road leading from Meadville, Pa . to
Cleveland Ohio, eight miles from Chardon,
the county seat of Geauga County, and fifteen
miles "rom Fairport harbor well timbered,
with a sufficient quantity of Kail Timber and
watered with never failing streams.
I will sell the above land.either the whole er
part, for fen Dollars per acre, one fourth of the
purchase money down, and the balance in
four equal annual payments.
For further information respecting said Land
reference maybe badtoCapt. A Wells, at
the centre of Montville.
. Rsvsnna, Feb. 7. K37.
FEW Basket of CHAMPAIGN,
for tale by
S. MASON & CO.
RsTtr.ns, Dee 39, 1MB.
Tux Stats of Ohio, ? .
IN tbe Court of
Portrge C'ctinty, ss. 5 Common Pleas ,
Vacation after February Term, A.D. 1137
John B. Dehaven, and Nancy his
wife, John Ewart and Matilda
his wife, Rebert L Ewart and
MnryAnn bis wife, John Mc.
Knight, Eliza McKnight, and
i, .uza MChmgni, ana i
latildu Snodgrass, a mi
lder the sge of twenty
ears. " .
cne j e
Pursuant to nn crder of the Court of Csm
men Pleas of sa d county, made at tbe Febru
ary term thereof, A 1). 1837, the said defend
ants are hen by notified that the saidFrancie
McKnight, baa filed in ti e cfFice of the clerk
of said court, his petition setting forth that he
is seized in fee simple as heir at law of James
McKnight, late of said county deceased, as
leaant in common with Nancy Dehaven inter
maried with John B. Dehaven, Matilda Ewart
intermarried withJohn Ewart.Maiy Ann Ewart
intermarried with Robert L. Ewart, John Mc
Knight, Eliza McKnight, and Jane Matilda
Snodgrass a minor under (he age of twenty
one years, to one equal undivided Seventh
port of Lot number 23. in that rtart of Snrintr,
field township or tnwrship number one in the f
(enth rarge of townships in the Connecticut"
Western Reserve, called and known by thn f
Shuler tract, or tract r.umber eight in sa'tlleV
township, containing one hundred and forty
ftPf. nflanit U. 4ln t F
prating (tint the said premises be sparted, and
the share of your petitioner be set oif to him so
(hut he may hold, occupy, and enjoy the same
in severalty. Which said petition will be for
hearing at the next term of said court.
S. L. HAND, j
6w43 Attorney for Petitioner.
- ..... w. .-DO. iliiU ,
Known to this community as an Operative
Dentist, tenders his services, as
Physician and Surgeon,
(o the chizens of Ravenna, and ils vicinity
Office at the Glebe tavcrn-where be mav at
all times be found, except when necessarily
bBent- Ravenna, Sept. 29. 21tf
rtClJR kept constantly on band,- ?
and for sale by
' a. MASON & CO.
Ravennn, Dec. 29, 1836. .
S. MASOft & CO.
AVE just received from New-York, a
GENERAL ASSORTMENT ot
t IS O C E IIME S,
which (hey will tell Cheap for ready pay.
Her biooh cousins m part, of
Ravenna, Dec 29, 183d
77- Mm . u
S. MASON & CO.
Ravenna, Dec 29, 1886.
A General As
sortment of WINES, for
bine Dy o. MASON Si CO.
Ravennn, Dec 29, 1836.
FEW Boxes best Spanish CIGARS
XX for sale by
S. MASON tt CO. .
Ravenna Deo 29, 1836
tlQW W8. fL0AF SUGAR,
for sale by
S. MASON tt CO
Ravenna, Doc 29, 1836. .
A L T.
A FEW barrels of SALT, for sale by
CP. SEYMOUR & CO.
Ravenna, Jan. 18, 18Sr. STt
QUANTITY of WHITE LYME just
r ceived, and for sale by
. WILLIAM THORNTON
Havenna, March 8, 1837. 3w44
LOT OF HOLLOW WARE, for sale by
S. MASON. St Co.
April 1. 48
for the Westorn Courier, to whom payments
may be made.
James Woodward, Franklin
Marcus A. Bierce. P. M.Nelson,
Miles T. Nor(on, Esq. tJ:rm.
Jared Jisihcs, P. M, New Portage.
Alonio Dee, Boston Ohio.
John B. Wheeden, P., M Hadson. .
George Lillic, Esq. Norlhfield.
E. S. Chapman, P.M. Slialersvillf .
James Wright, Esq. Kootstown.
Joel O. Burnett, P. M. Briufield.
Rcun Chirk, P.M. Middlebury. '
Benoni Thomsoic, Shulcrsville,
Skth Harmon, Muntnn,
Lewis Husiiston, P. M., Akron,
Titus Wctmose, P. M ., Slow, .,
William Gabdnkr, Freedom,
wiuuNcr Cask, Jr. ' .
Michael Strwjikt,) "I'borough
Uhnki Baldwin, Aurora,
Hensv Wktboe, Cuyahoga Falls,
Ethan Allijio, P.M., Twinsburgb,
j. C. Alvod, Old Portage,
Jonathan Msaai vK, Randolph,
II. A. BusctASD, Windham
Wilson & Smith, Dcerfiehl,
Wm. W. Wolcott, Garrcttsville,
Thomas B. Sklsy, Paris, "
Fa ancis Lewis, Palmyra,
S.Dickinson, ) kWadsworth, ".'
I onn Pardee, P.M.J Medina ee.
Henst KmiErrES Richfield de.