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CT LIVER DISEASE. Carter's Spanish I
llixtnre, si re:nedy (or livei disease, mid Hie number of formidable evila connected wuh a 4 iaorsanized alate of that organ is unrivalled. Hundreds of cer ifica;e. from U.e biehest oereci of persons, living in Ihe City of Rich mood. Va., might b Riven ol cures effected by Carier'i Spanish Mixture. We hate only ' ...r., intho riiranidiuarvrureofbaiii- uel M. Drinker, Esq., of Hie Orm of Drinker & Morrrk, Bookseller.. Richmond. Vs.. who was cured by two botllea of Carter's Spanish Mix ture, after three yean suffering from diseased lifer. He says itat aclion on the blood i won derfull, better than all the medicine he bad ever Uken, and cheerfully recommends it to all. a9ee advertisement. Dee. 27.-4. CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET. CwreetedweekljbjrB.S.CuBningliam.wliolesaU mdretaildroccr. Main St., Eaton. ..,1W1TI. I BATON' Bssswax. fi$l liorraa. IHiawo DaiaoAppLta PiAcnas, ii:oOm P.atusrs Ussswax, ilurTKit, CliKtSU, Covrau, OltlBU Al-I'LKS, i-0 I'icvciiks, 2:50S:l:uO I'EATimus, .SSOlfiW-W tl-.50lSl-o;' 4K.lilO gj.ijau 1140 75:ilO 1:13C8V.5U 10 .:5O!'S.V00 l.tailoU' Tmorut tl:MmrM Tlkx, euwin " POTATOaSl Floor, Whsat, CoRX, Oats, SarlsT Bra, Uiaxs, Eaos. Iloaa, CattlS. Susie, iii Sll, ttUOOLDIBS, J,ARD, !.(? 25 H3iftl4 Flour. Whbat, Cous, OaTS, Haiilkt, UVK, IIkans, Koos, lions. Cattle , SllKEP. IIaxS SIDES, SllorLIlKRS, f.AIln, 8:00oH:25 SOtftDoO lliiltf 111) 1X0 511 150 15 S:5'v3.:5t) i:ii.K((S:iiJ $3:00f'3:00 i if- ia no liifria SOOAR. Ci.ovbii. 4.7.'r' r-'c Timothx $uO((t3:"iO Flax, I'oTATOKS, 30t jouoUoury Painter. L tu J.t'Varti-- .... a -.i -il l t'uiii. "Sf8'. " i. . t&muel I aimer, and :?Z ?ommo Pleas o, Preble J."" . uhio. her Petitiod against the-., the s:..d iSliu the ob ect and prav,r ol i.cl. said iSu. is to obtain Partition ol , ,nnd beass.gn, SSt of'lue dower of tire sa-d a-el ainlc - .d described as follows. t wit. 'lie fa; all of the south East quirter. ejection o. 12 in Town, ip No. f "V N' 2- K-t. l.xeo,,t,..K lu ?Zlut contained in the follow." der p- n i iii.tiT. Sr. to Joiin ram- . , j... i i... i..ii J, . "f lH16. belnB h.'soutli part of the south a t quarter of hec t m" jTon,hip ...f ru.ce two ea-t.ie.i turn 1..1U r.irerr said our. a.. i nut Mir at, mo - tor tl enee orth on the Section bi.e lor y rous: ihcnce U,to0 hundr,d and anly rods, or to 4 M a" Uion line of said Suction; theiiee sou.h m ,i?d division line forty rods to the so.rih west lolow or id quarter s-.-ction; thunefft on I lie .cXn lirle bundled and sixty rods to the Sof bjeinninp-contaiuinst forty acres of Kbethemeoiore.., ft tract of ami, wi "i i" 1 -7 7 ; ' cv... - . s section .aeeaeu 7 , d aimiel rainier ov -tsr . l,.i..r io saniiiB. - -7. T,, ,.,, ,. d..r bed as loliow-s u wn. i 4Ur uth east quarter of Section twe ve in own . ip nine, of rLge two eist Ac-, banning at t 1 north east corner of said quarter section, i , vnce west one hundred and sixty rods to the iiv"sion lineofsMd section thence south forty tX! thence east one hundted and sixty rods to .T : 1 In. thence north lorty rodstu the ulacenf beginning, containinir forty acres be the ilme more T,r less. Satd q'lartcr con vn.ng af ? -aiid two excepted tracks are d duct Here-f-n. eightv acres of land mor.-ur less ar.d the "d I defendsnts are further notided that the said Stitlonor at the next Term of su.l , Cnui t of Com SSt. PIeas.will apply for an ord-.-r that he dower t' e 'aid BachelVaii.tcr, may be ass gued and Mid partition made accordingly Attest, Lkwis It. O.n. Clerk. HUBUAKI) k FOOS, Atty'a for Pet s. Jan. 8 1858, w. Adininltiator's Sate. ON Ihe 2d day of February, A. D. So", 10 o'clock in the afternoon, on 'be premi ses, in Jefferson township, Preble county, will be sold lo the hichest bidder, the follow ...... n... i v.i.ii. ihe nrnnertyof illiam iiik lie... .-. - . . ir c.i.Kiii rV.enseil. lowit: The east ball, .h. iiril. east ounrter of section thirty fix (3C) in township nine, (9) of ranged) east, in the -lniinlvnf Preble, and Slate of Ohio, nubj.-ct lo the dower estste of Keber-ca Sibhitt, wid- I ,i.. ..i.l William SibbiH. dee'd.. ol sixty unliars ner annum. Appraised, subject aid dower estate, at 3. ihinl ihe nurchnse iron ej cash in hand, one third in one tear, and ,i.. ...i.lu. in two vea'S frm the das of sale; petered pavments to be secured by Mortgage the premises, and lo bear interest al 6 "ntf'0mU'edayf,LLIAM PENCE. Ailm'r of Win. Sdihelt. dee'd. Hubsard & Poos, Ally's for Pl'fi". January 3, n56.--li. CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET. COLLECTION NOTICE. To nil persons Concerned. ALL persons in arrears to J. D. Miller Miller V Tuohy are earnestly requested make payment with rash or by note on or the 1st day of February next, to J. Miller, who ii fully ruthorized to make set Uementand close the bo..En4,n.oiiy Jan. 3. 1355. , , N. B. U inconliacnlly hoped that noiid dilioual expense will be necrksary. but all concerned will promp ly come forward liquidate their indebtedness to J. U. Wilier, and not remit by any uiiaulhormed or irre sponsible person. Sa!coY Jand"Varraut No 1607a ON ihe 20 day of January, A. D. i83B, at o'clock, p.m. at the door of Ihe Couit House in Eaton, Preble county, Ohm, will told to the highest bidd.:r, Military Land -arrant, No. 16018, as Ihe properly of Joshua Cobb, dee'd appraised ol 8 Terms ofSale, one half the purchase money eash in baud, and the residue in one year the day of sale deferred payments to be secur ed by the purchase, giving his note with proved security. . . CAROLINE G. ACTON, Administratrix dt bonus nou of Joshua W. Cobb, dec d Hubsaro &. Foos, Ally's for Admr'x. Deceinbei 27, 1856. u. "THE GOOD TIMZ COMIKG." By T. 8. AIlTUUR. Those wishing to hear something of that expected day. should read this book. ft is having an immense sale: Bo0 copies been ordered in advanoe of publication. We send a copy by mail, postage paid, on J. W.HIUDLEY Pub. 48 North Fourth St , Philadelphia Pa. N. D Ageuta wanted to sell this and popular books, in all parts of the United Status, gcad for our list and terms to Agents. Dee. 20 1 835 8t. Turnpike Election. NOTICE is hereby given, that there will be Election he d at tho Tavern of William Blessing, in West Alexandria, Preble County, on the Second Monday or January. A. D. for the Eleotion or five directors or the Dayton Western Turnpike Road Con.pany, to servo tba Ensuing year. . Attest, MAIILOS KARX. Prest. 7 ff.J.Otfcoi,8cy. Dec.O-lw. WHO WAMI8 10 BE MASELED1 T1IEAKTOFL0VEMAKIS0. Tho nni,t exlraordinarv bo.k of the l'Jth century. THE K1ASS OFMAUItlAOE. THE WAY TO THE ALT AH. Matr:ocy made easy; or How to w n s lover. One volume of 100 P'KCS 32 mo. Price 1 5u.0U0 copiesalrcady issued. Thirteenth cdi tiou ready. I'rinted on the finest pij er, aud il lustrated io the first style of art, "Love rules the court, tbe camp, the jrrovc. r'or Love is Heaven, and Heaven is Lajvc." So sang the Hard : yet thousands pioe For love of life the lijrtit divine Who. did 'they kuovf some gentle charm, The hearts of those tucy love to warm. Might live might die, in bliss supreme. Possessing all of which they dream. The road to Wedlock would you kuow J Delay not but to HON'l-'OL'Teo. Time liies, md from hisalnniny wings A shadow falls on lirinij things; Then seize the moments as they pass. Ere fall the last sands through tho glass; At lont the nrvvent is yon own, W hile all the future is is unknown. A ha ppv niarrir.pc nnn or nraid Cuu now secure by KOXIUJUTs aid. ( CONTESTS. It loaches how to make ladies or pentlcmen wiu the d,M-otedotVectionsor t a many of the p- inMituHCX as their Hearts may '. - l. , . tlvntiiur unit all mav plan is so simple, jei ho married irrespective of age, appearance. or initio..; aud it can be arrainped with audi case .intl dellicacv, that dufeef ion is imiblc. It leaches bow to man ove .,:,. It tenches every eyetolorni aheaufyof Hsown. It toaebca ho-,v to act when fainatcd by a '""J- . .. ..l- .), crinkled face Ittcacncs now w nno smooth. , 'ft i .n,.. It (caches you the kiuu 01 wne i der hon.o bsj..y. . . nnr It gives ailvice to ine wrci " ----- trulvrccepted and isrejecicu aireruiuo the interlereiicc of friends. It gives a rcnicJy tor unrequnie.. II give you instructions for beautifying theper- '""liow to have a hamW.me face and hauds. How to remove t m and freckles. A Lecture on love, or a private advice to Mai- ried Ladies and Gentlemen. nti ; . i :.i. .i rasciniit 1119. interest- . 4,1 "i"" '.r ..Hi uraetical work on ffirl pMimndtheY.t.esanddelight of Marrii'l Life, that has ever bee., issm -d m , . , . u, movents n union of ' lc" . ' I', .loionalismthe Inp ncans. mi m. v. , r . tiiupssoud even ine nvcsoi ui - - 'I'"" " . . .i ..r I....I. ..v. t lOl-OUL'lllv younjrntm nnneini o..u. .-" p,,,.m'. . . ' '-.ui uriJinA fur an infallible iurv!nte t-'ts grcin :.m - "No one will ever regret the price paid for such an invaluable secret. .. . .i.. Hills of any ot tne specie , United States or Canada received at par. Oold dust can be sent from California. All that is ,.ecess,rv lor you to do is to wri e ...... : r. .-m-l .i i o. niclosing ONt mil l. Alt. and writo fho name, with ihe Post- .n 1 Cut., nml direct to T, i U X UT. Publisher & Author, 1 V, ! Knrfv-sixth St., N. Y npivm Jfc DAVEXl'ORT. lii Nassau St., are the wholesale agents. 1000 Kt-ut , wanted. Dec. 27 1855, tint. . iitoiV Sulc of IScnl Estate. tf v,i,l.iv. the lHtli day ot January, a. i 1S1I nt 10 o'clock in the forenoon ot said o - ,,., ni.es. being tne ota niimesie.iu f"",..,.r i Kinchart. dce'd , iri Lanier town . ,- JI11IIIO. i ...... - il . ..,i, shin, Preble count v, Ohio, will be sold lo the highest bidden-Tlic south cast quarter of Sec .:.. in i.. nhit. No. S. and range 8 east, IIOII iC. .1, ... i- - --- , containing about 100 acres of land, more or less, as the property of the said Peter l mehear dec d. i., .......innpn of lis last Will sua lesiaoiei.v S,id m-einiscs will bo sold for cash in hand. u'., wlfTf'-HT kiceriitorol IIIO last will and testament of Peter Kinchart, dee'd Dec. 20 1-433 if. t Estate Notice. ni VOI'ini; is hereby given I hut th under A i,,p,i h.n been dulv appointed mid qunli f.ed rs Administrator of the tstate of Adam ii.,n,.,.,.ii dpi-.'d. late oWreble couuly uwo. Ml persons knowing tiiemstives wucuicu the .said estate win piease iiiurc payment mid those having claims present thi-ir nioHU y aullieuuniiic.i ...i . I" 1 ' ii.vi.-i) mil MlWl-.l. .. Admr. rv 1 1 . ij i l ivwu , Dec. 20, 1853.-31 0. r ol to on pr or to be fore U. 0YSTEH3, TIGS' FEET, TEIPE, 3Iinoe Pies, Hot Coilae, ancy vanaios so sold and fin uisbed to order, at the S3 (V H 1 24 S A 3T-i (D S? a liarou Street, Eaton O. Ovsfers sold cither by the single plate, or . ...ir .... i... ivvvnn.' MIIUTIIV. w ... ., or ikiii e."."j " ....-.------ Dec. so, 1855 tf. . a and 2 be w. from ap Soplirona llouruc, Virgil C Bourne, (minor) and Preb'l Com IT; Lucy Unurno, legal guaruiau ,r virrvi'. C llout'iie. I tii Viifc. Hourne. (minor) Lucy Ilourno le gal (Juardian of Virgil C. llouruc, you are hereby untitled that on the 17th day ol April. A. II. the said Soplirona iiouriie liied her petition in Court of Common rieasoi rrcuie i-ouy, ".'o il... ohiprt and til-aver of which petition is to ob Miu au order from' the Court for the assignment of one full and equal liuru pari 01 me i..i... m; orcmisesns her dower either by iiietesand bound r.n ni.imilv 111 leu ot dower, nam Mima ,i,.u, il...l n, fol ows : rsilualeil ill i'reuie couu tv.'ohio, twenty acres of hind, the same being tlie south ea t corner of the south westrpiarterof section twenty two lowmliip six (,.,) 01 range two,(2)e.itof thcineredittii line, Also the north half of the north west quarter of section twenty seven ('J7)in the s.iine township and range above, b.-gi lining at the imi-t" west corner of said quarter .thence east 10 rods to a stake: thence south garods tothemiddlcof anidquartcr; thence west l iO rods to a stake; Ihcuce north 80 rods the place of beginning- Moth tracts cont lining 1 M acres more or lets. And the slid defendants are"!'urllier notilied to appear and answer nrdcmuf to said petition on or before the 23d of rnarv. ISo'l, and in default thereof, said Peti t:oner will proceed to ask of said Court said order for the assignment of her dower in accordance with the prayer of i.nv.iHon.(;i MouRi Atty'a for Petitioner, Dec. 20,1 8'.5. fit, William Watt's Estate. NOTICE is hereby given, that tho subscriber has been duly appointed and qualilied.ns administrator with Hie will annexed, on the of William Walt, loto or Preble Couuty, Ohio, deceived. S. UANTA, Admr., Dec. 13, 8w. with the will nnnexeu. Samuel M. McJIanus' Estate. VT0TICE is hereby given, that tho subscriber 1 l. . I.nnn il,.K n,.niMt.l nnd ruin tilled AH .....l.m .... 111. . oal ni" Kmn.l M. Mr.NfnnilR. or jacksou township, Preble County. Ohio, ceased. O. Dll, mr. Dee. lit, 18.r-,. ftw. Free Turnpike Notice. hav ing re eeiptofthepnce.il, oilier VTOTICE is hereby given that a meeting il be held, ot Iho Mayor's oflico in Eaton, j,..e,l., . th. 1 Oil. rl , v ..I'.lant.nrv next., lo orrran- .-..11,..'..., . t.fc ..... ..".. . . ixe a Company to construct a FrecTurnpiko . ,i: .:.. ,.fll...t,,n l-j.iiou io oiaiw i.ioe, ' u.iuvi.".. ONE OV MANY. Ealon, Dec. 20 1833 3t. an 185(1, A for 4 L. D. JOHNSON, COMMISSION MEM ANT. 8 Columbia St., east oflTIain, DKALCR IM Grain. Floor, Pork, Baton, Lard, tic, ADTAJICES MADE OS C0NSIGBSUEST8. October 11,1855. FOR TO MPESf Wffii AXD NEWEST STYLES OF DRY GOODS QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, HATS, CAPS, BONN tTS. SU0ES,&C.,&C.,G0T0 ' will be happy to wait on them. Tins eisw eaMP stubs m No. , Muin St., Eaton, O. in receipt onhcir Fall and Winter stock or Dry Goods which in quantity, quality ot be beat in the town or Eaton which they intend to sell cheaper than ever, call i ,i want to save vour money and get bargains. Country Produce taken in exchange I THEY are now ml oi ill. a "i ti in it lin he t '.. I.. 1C .-.. rnur liiftnuv flllll lTtt W. evervo-my. n ""';"--" V " ' :V,;:, i.tl.T, ,l.vhavo eim.loved a (ierimn Clerk who Of tr'MHM. 1 IH'V WOUlU W luiucir utiiuim is.v . j mwm pi fob m PALI p. wiMiMB iPDama 1S . ..... r . I , . .n-1. .f fl..,l. .(Tarait in .1. !n mnrbnl CVANAI'SDAL & Co. are in receipi 01 uieira'"'' uu..us ... .ma ...... ...... m vvhich tli'ev resnectfultv call the utlention of their friends and customers sod all others ,10 Willi ii mcj . w..i;., onnfidHntthnt from Innff exneiinncp. aiiflieient want ng cheap onu ser lcciiuie nuw. - - --, - ,-- mentis to purchase our Coo ls exclusively fbr cash, close attention to the purchase of every or i i Z .Vi'red by us for sale we can lender satisfaction as to price and qi.ality. Our stock has U-tn nurchased in New York, Philadelphia, and other Eastern cities, in many instances direct uicu i.-,.. - .,.;.t limn ncnnllu fnitnrl in miinlrv ufums In from the ninnulactory. and emoraces a iu.ci - ...... . , . addition to our large stock of assorted Dry Goods we keep SiMS 0? ALL Rl! Queenware and Groceries, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Iron, Nails, and Steel, Locks, Latches, Butts, Table Cutlery, etc. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS AND SADDLERS' HARDWARE, including eao-le, tyre and carriage bolts, clips, and turned collars, the very best m.3e top enammelled drills, muslins and ducks, enammtlled trim- muv drills, sttvereu, urowu, uiatu ui inuiaun, ouhu. u.., Waras' top and trimmin"; leather, dasn, Dow, ana conar learner, iioor 011 cloths, hair, and rugs, AVilton and Brussels carpet, strings, laces, and tas onic rrl;isr.i. ioints and nrons. hames, hubbs, bows and bent fellows. ' . . . ... . .. , . nu j,I.Ai.n n2 ilt.v am t I, , t: fwl All OI WKiaClt VIH xe tr llllClUUilU VI CCT1IUCII. September, 20, 1855. tf. .u by in II TEE I1H wm a mm i u mi o r- Dry Goods, Queensware, Hats & Caps, Bon nets, Boots, Shoes, &c, Go To . & W. MINOK'S, Cor. of Main Baran sts. Eaten, Ohio, mi .nnCL-lnfrlheir F.ll and Wintf r stork which has never been surpassed for ouantity. quality beauty, style or texture ia Eaton, full everybody if you would save money and be pleased wit o rpurcuuaea. Sept, tio. 1833. are in as chase mb mmm STUBKPING THE STATE! TVrnTWITII STANDING 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 oiotns anawncy uiisstiiieii.-s, uveicuauuys iwecus, Sattinetts and Jeans, WOMEN'S DUE&S 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 of all prices, a thousand and one pieces of prints, from 5 cents to 12 per yard; and fact anything that ladies wear Tor 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, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Queensware, &c. &c, and in pvprvthinc that can be found in a Dry GeodStores can be had at our 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 ol country produce taken in exchange lor goods. Eaton, September 13, 1855. STEPHENS & CO. to Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond Rail Road Line. AY i 31 til- Ai't'unceuient. Commencingon Thursday, Nov. 19, 1855, between Uaton ana uincin-nati and intermediate points. cs tnto PK. late de will on from Leave Eaton 7,45 a m arrive at Cinciuati 10 a in " H:lo " " l;3opm, ' " 4,5d pm " " 8:15pm " ' 7,'.'i) jim " U,80 p in LcaveCincinati fi.O.ja m arr. at Eaton, 7,45 4 m " ' 2,;iijpni " " 4,45 pm ' 5.00 pm " ' 7.!i0pni Between Eaton and Richmond. Leave Eaton 7,45a marriveatUichniood 8,22am "4,45 pm " " 6,30 pm ' " 7,20 pin " " 8,00pm Leave Uiclimond7,0ua m arrive at Eaton 7,47 am 10,30, a m " " 11:10a. m ' 6,40 pm ' ' 7,20 pm Tbe 7,45 am and4,15 pm Trains connect at Richmoud for Indianapolis and the west. The above Trains also connect for New Castle, n.igrstown, Ac. Th. r.ir. a 111 and 11.10 P m Trains connect at Ilamllloii for Dayton and intermediate points. Also, the 7,45 a m and 4,45 pm Train connects at Richmond for Dayton, and intermediate points on the Davton and Western Rail road. The 7,45 am Train from Eaton and the 2,30 p m Train from Cincinnati will stop at all regular stationsand at the Valley House on regular no ticc. All othor Trains will atop at Regular Sta tionsouly. J D. K. MORROW. Sup't. &c UNITED STATES IIOTEL, Southwest Cor. of Sixth U Walnnt Sts. r3 -bt rscvr ra Tsavr tvt ran aat EWIKO & AUNOLD Pro.'s. . MORTON, ..i..n. jr.ssr Johnson. ) Auj. 30, 1355. In). mm tummm, t 55 " J. P. IIUOOKIWS Oc son, Baron St., Eaton, O., Wholisule ond Retail Dealers in American, Eii'libli, French and German Drugs, M etlici lies, Ciieiiiieuls, l':i in Is. Oils, brushes, iilass, l'utty, Pei rninery,' Patcut Ulcdiciucs Ac. t -XTT I 1 . 11 41 ,1 .I'. ftf tho 1 u i.eg icuve io i.i u. YV public 10 our well seiecieu siock wnii-11 we offer on the most ravorable terms. Having the advantage of ninny years practical experi ence in the business, they with confidence, defy competition, both in regord lo quality and price of Iheir articles. Particular attention aid toPhysicions pro scriptions. Eaton, July 26, 1855. Oct 19 LADIES' FANCY FUES. BAKER'S NEW II AT STOKE, 144 WALNUT 6TEEET BELOW FOTJHTH, WE are now offering the largest and best as. sort incut of Ladies' Fancy Furs ever opened in thiscity all or which are entirely new, and selected by one of the firm from the latest Eastern patterns. Our customers can rely on getting a genuine and rrcsh article, as we have no old Stock to sell. WHOLESALE MERCHANTS, will please examine our stock beforo purchasing as we arc offering inducements to cash and punc tual short time buvors. We have just received bv express a h t of BROWN SOFT HATS, com- prising all graues some Denuiiiiu goous L. H.BAKER & CO., Wholesale and Retail Halters, 111 Waluuf at,, below 4th Cincinnati 1 ri.lc,i,., llml H,tM. sl!)(, ,a ftuci v,.,ri. AVie Principle! litvi Remtdy! Ao i'onon.' mioIe' Fever and Ague Cure, Or Antidote to Malaria ; For the preveutiou and ru re F.vpr and A ifue. or chill fever, dumb airue. and oilier intermittent aud reniiticnt levers. iiNool billious lever, accoiiqiauu-d by t hold svmp-turn-, tvphoid fever, yellow Teier. ship and jail fever, geueral debility, night sweats, ei::l all oilier lorins of diseaso which have a cviumou origin in Malaria or lTliasiun, Tbcso diseasos are common to many localities of the L'uited States; but wherever they prevail, -North, South, hast, or West, tliey all equally from the snic miasmual cause. Thegrvat variety pf syn.pton.saud forms of disease is owing and lubitt of the sullcrer, but as the cause is the same, ihey will ull equally yield to a remedy that is coinjietenl to ovcrcvinc or remove tnai chusc. l!y Ihe laws of nature, every principle has its opj.osito, and for every disease, or cuuse of dis ease, there is a re-ageut, or in other words a j.c- All malaria, wneiner nrising liuui tagnant water. dccom;s.silion ot nni ireta'jle matter, or even newly cleared lands, is the same in character and i-llcct ; la a tMiison llojfing in the atmosphere, causing disease to all who breathe it. In accordance wiih thosc unalterable laws governing the unerring nllinity si.usisuog oeiween .i'iHjsueH. ineie is lui.teoieji cratiou before us, offered to the public, Tlit natural antidote to Malaria, which neutralizes the poison whenever it conies il comes in contact with it. even in the open air, and when taken internally completely puriliestlie system ntl'ected by its baneful iutlucuce and thus restores aud preserves health. The remedy is believed to be entirely new, and uuknowu to any but the proprietor, who uistmrt I in fact es cluiuis tho followiue; extraordinary results from its use It will instantly check the ague in personswho have suffe red for any length of time, from one n.ir to rwE.NTv years, and by continuing its use. according to the directions, a radical cure will be effected ; the patient coulinuing free trrm the complaint forever ; unless subse.p.eut exposure to malaria should make its use again necessary. In its operation upon the poison in the systjm, it will immediately relieve nil the distressing symptoms of billions or ague diseases, and when the disease is cured, it will entirely prcvi-Ltthe acccssiou of General debility and n'glt sweats, which so often follows the administration of oth er medicines. Tire patient at once begins to re cover a petite and strength, an ! continues to im prove until restored to perfect health. Uy its nso fever and ague may be bini.shed from every class in the community;' farmers, me. chauics, aud all laboring people may use it as a Preventive, and pursue theirrespcetive avocations in perfect safety from ague or billions attacks during I lie sickly seasou, which is oltcu to tlicui the u.ol valuable part of the year. Since the introduction of the cinu in every part of the United States, its suro.es- has been so complete and unvarying as lo have fully proved these assertions ia favor of its e traordiuary merit. When these declarations were made, nt t!;e date ol' its introduction, they seemed incredible to many, even of tli.' most caudid minds, bicau-e all the' resources of science had been taxed in vain to subdue ague or billious diseases; and what was still worse for ague sullerei s, all their remedies or treatment, whether tcientilic or mi. pineal, have been limited to the u-e of poisonous or uesiructtve nrugs, sucn as arsenic, imiuiuc, mercury, salicine, &c. Ihe elleets ol loose arc sometimes worse than the disease they subdue, and when such remedies fail, or give only tempo, rnry relief, their poisonousetlec's are superadd ed to tne poor suiturcr s nrst complaint. On this account ague sud'erers should be par ticularly careful about using any secret feverand ague remedies, notwithstanding the makers of them uniformly assert t!;.-.t they may he taken with perfect safely, even ivheu it is notorioiidy well known that their poU-ncy depends solely upou destructive poison. Now as a proof that the remcdv is Dot only val uable on account of its power to curj diseases, but that it is also Worthy of public confidence, hr cause of its Singular ana entire liariiileaenext. The followiug certificate from one of the .no.,f celebrated chemists in the L'uited States lias been obtained, and a copy of it is attached every bottle : -eiv l oi-K, June 11, 135u. " I have mado a chemical examination Rhodes' lever uiid ague cure, or antidote to ma laria, and hare tested it lor arsenic, mercury, quinine and strychnine, but have not found particle of either in it, nor have I found any sub stance in its composition that would prove in jurious to the constitution. ja.yil.-s, 11. UtlLTO.M, Jl. U., t'lienust. It is a stubborn fact therefore, that this reme dy is destined not nly to relieve the liumau fam ily from malarious diseases, but to (loan cqually good work by preveuling the taking of ulhcl' medicines which do harm, The entire absence of any baneful ingredient makes this remedy, not more valuable as a euro, than it is as a preventive No class of diseake is so easily managed as one under eOJsideration, if the 'medicine be in advance. Thisisowing to the diseases being produced by ouo aud the same cause, therefore, all, both residents and travelers, should protect themselves 'jy the timely use this preventive, and not wait for the poison lurking in their veins to dcveloM- itself a violent attack. Take the cure as a preventive, and to destroy the poison before i dms burm. Pull directions and advice as to diet and hab its of life prepared bva distinguished phvs einn, long resilient iu a billious climate now accompa ny each bottle. It will often bc-foiiud necessary to precede medicine bva mildcatharlic oranti billions pur gative. Tho very best thing for general use is moderate dose of castor oil, the object of which to cleanse the stoma eh aud free the billiary pas sages, liemeiiiuir tliat wtiere tins isnecessarv orthere iscostiveiiessit must be takfn or seriously opcration of the antidote will b structed. ONLY CAUTION. In certain specified cases lesofthecur pour the contents of oue or more bott into shallow vessels, (dining plates,) and li cm in sleeping rooms, lor the vapor using from the medicine, and alsothe airwal'ted across or circulated over the dregsof it, after the liquid is evaporated, will counteract and destroy, to degree commensurate with its exposure, the asinaor or poison contained in the apartment. This mode of exhibiting the cure should likewise be resorted to when young infants are exposed malarious situations. The bott'es in which this medicine is put have the words'-RuoiiEs'I-'EVEii Axn Aci kCi blown in the glass, aud on the outside wrapper the name of the medicine. (the copyright of wlrch is secured,) nnd the signature of the proprietor. These precautions are adopted to prevent coun terfeits anu imitations. The reliance for its success is entirely upon . ....1.. ...1 1 1 "Clllill iiui 113 nueie.ci miiiwin.ru uiiu i.ieu, These will be considered sultieicnt irorlreilai Prcpired and sold bv the proprietor, JAMES A. RHODES. Providence. R. I. Sol.) bv . P. Brookius A Son, Eaton, Ohio. Oct. S3, 1355. EXCHANGE BANK, N. E. Corner of Maine iy Third Streets. DAYTON, O. BUY and sell Exchanqe and Coin j buy Notes, Bonds, Mortgages, &c , and money at reasonable rales. Pay interest Deposits. HARSHMAN & WINTERS. Oct. fi. 1853. DISSOLUTION, THE partnership heretofore exislingbetwcon undersigned under the name of Hubbell Epply Wilson, has been this day dissolved bvthe of J. li. Epplcv. W. T. II li Hit ELL, October 1st, 1855. W. J WILSON. Owing to the death of Mr. J. It. Epply, it necessary for us to close up tbe old either by cash or notes. Therefore knowing themselves indebted to the concern come up and settle without delay. W. T II W. J.W. V. B. The business in future will be carried on at their old stand, opposite the Court House, by the undersigned, W. T HUH1SKLL. .1081 An rAMPHELL, Nov.10.1555 W. J. WILSON. DR. WEAVEK'S Cr-nkrv and talt Bhtom fyrvp LdCnate. IT IS A. INDlhl LTALLE FACT TEAT 1 llE nLita ttuxlifili.'d alii ttii-oulv iutulLbie uui- ,..,..: ,taleninut ol facts Hie joylul .i:tel snrinir H I,1l,n ,"t5.""t . ' Lt. ..a. 1,, , t, noudl:l ful C(lte that thi y lnl.oioii.edieiiicsaictheonlv iulullibio urn lies now before the rublic tor cutanicus tri t.ous, salt rl euni, erijlas. , sore legs, u rns, old leiertuics, tuld lead. Miaibutic eiulLoi.., ic -ic- . . .. .. v..- Cases thai the most eminem invsii..- derailed of nlciving. imuM.-dii.lely Jieioeu w their cutativc jowers, nnu iau um ante with lite printed directions, which actoni- inv i-acu bottle, the sirup umi crcu.o v.u..--t-raiiicatesanyofthetboveiii nied dua-s, arid leaves Ihe suuerer without a bUn.ish. I hen cd-i-......r liwviroll knrmo tone uiieat'.Vlml Cli 1I. to of a the ta ken and of al readv in this a is n.-u .u...f.i'n.iea'. r --i- ... .a ,1 ... See what is saiu Dy mose t no m.i medicines: The Kev. Samuel Henry, of Paln ir. Mass., savs "Ihey huve done n.e n;ore good than all the other uicuiciuos 1 have ever used lor ery. sitielas." dipt. William Vail, of the Stenn.er Granite Slate, savs --th. v hava cuud my little diiugl.ttr lor salt rh'et.in and scald head of six yeais' stanu- ing. Snc was literally covercu wuu , uow perlectiv cureu uy ine syrup m viraiv. Dr. A. J. 'Johnson, of Not'th Wardsboro, Vt., savs "a scrofulous disease of the hip joint, and scald head in the same child have been cuied by ihe syrup nd create. Kev. August Lolls saya "it has cured tbe salt rheum in my h g. J. llallield Erazcr, Esq.. Editor or the Somer sett Whig, Somerville. N. J., says "my mother has been complite'v cured or a severe case otlet -terof long standing, that bud defied the skill ol the best physicians." Hon. Joel Loomis. of East Lyme, Conn., says ''I ,en ..nnitileielv rumd ol'ervsei elas iu my leg, af ter a couucil o'rthe b st physiciaus in the couuty had pronounced the Uisaase nicurai.ie.o.iin. u-cj which was seventy eight years, b;.t Weaver a svmp and create did the work at once. ' tlias l.atliam. r.sq., Ol urieiu, Y-, savs -I hardly know how to express my grat it,,, I., i,, von nml vour medicines. 1 hnvebecu af flicted for more than thirty years with salt rheum its worst form. I tried tohnil rciiei lromvari- ous nieilicines 1 triea several iu.. ......... ... New York. Brooklyn and Oreenport. 1 navo oi eted and taken me'dicinc enough to float a pretty Lrgc b at. but thev did me no good. I have ta !;o;i vour nicdicines one year, aud am now able to wot k and sleepwithont a'n ache or a pain, and my neighbors say I am the sprightest man on tho Isiuliii." , The P.er. J.S. Swan ofXew London, says' I have used the svrup aud create in myfauiilvfor more than a year, and I think if completely adapt ed to sustain the high reputation that in claimed for it I have seen it used in a nuu.oer .. ror salt rheum and erysipelas, with entire sue. CtAsk Seth Prisherv of Taunton, Mass., what these medicines will'do. Ask William llarbtr. of Three .Mile Hay, Jeff County, New J ork, what the svmp has done for him. Ask (f. r . Is . H. llovn'ton. of Perkinsville. Vt. Ask F. L. Kent, of Chicago Iil. Ask Martha Cottle, ot Martha a Yinrvuid, Mass Ask illiam t, i.eouics; "r William P. Peuianiiu, Eqrs.. ot cw Lonoon Ask Dr. il. Murdock; of Pulaski, N. Y-, who was cured or scrofula, alter hosing his leg by the disease, and suffering for vears, hasbeen perfect Iv cured bv the use of Ihe svrupand create Ask Curtis lliirrough, of Shellfy" N Y., who has been cured of a severe case ofsi.lt rheum. Ask Chr.a. Akin, of Hume, X. Y., what the i vrup and crcnto will do for sore legs. Ask Wins!., w and Slal'ter. Verehants, Virgil', X. Y.. what it will do for fe ver sores. Ina word, ksk cveryoouy sun una ever lived Tliese vMiuoe.n.i v. -v ..w, uU .uv nn-wer will be the same. 1 m:V t I'l'B. MaiiulV.eti-.recl bv S. A weaver S i o., Mile rro. . . ... r ..'..... ....I r.,. B,ta ni-r.r.. pnetors, acw i-oouon, v.i., u .v. , where. . . . .... J. X. Harris & i:o., ,n. 7, lonege uouuiog, Cincinnati. Oneral Ageuts lor tne esteru States. Sold by . S. W. llicnev, .M-w rnns, uino, J. P. Hrooki'us i Son Eaton. 0. Aii?uft 0, loo. ir- Custnopelitau Art Association. SECONu YEAK. ATirtANGEMENTS for ihe second annual collection of this new ond popular institu tion for the diffusion of LiUrnlure ond Art. Among the works slrenily engaged, is the far farr.ed 'Gt.NOA CftL-cinx,' whicli originally cost 111,010. In forming the new collection, the dilTusion T works of America Art, nnd the encout Bgemeut of A.MKUIC4.S genius hove not been overlooked. Commissions have been ibsuid to many ol the most distinguished American Aitist, who will conlribuie some of their finest productions. Among them are three marble Dusts, executed by Ihe grealtsl living sclup lor llniAM Powers. Gkokgi, Washinbton, the Father of his coui.irv j Bknjamin Fhanklin, the Philoso ,,wr .'ii.viki. Yebsti:r. the Slattsnian. A special agent hss visi-td Europe and made careful and judicious selections of foreign woilis of Art, Lolh in bronze onil marble stat uary ond choice paintiiii;?, the w hole forming a huge and valuable collection of paintings and .statuary, lo be -Jistributtd Frie among the members of the Asiocialion for the Second year. TERMS OF MEMBERSHIP. The payment of three Dollars conslilulcs any one a member of this Askociution, end .entities dim to either ol the magazines for one year, and also a ticket in Ihe dis'.nbuliou of Ihe tjinary and paintings. The Literalute issued lo subscribers con sists of Ihe following monthly magazines. Harper's, Putnam's, Ku.ckeibockt-r, Hlack wood's, Household Words, Graham's auJ Godey's Lady's Look. I'cr.-ons laking five memberships are enti tled to any five ol the Magizmes lor one year, and to six tickets in the distribution. The r.pl nrof-pi ilsiierived from the sale of member- the iships, are dcvolid lo the purchase of works Of Arl for ensuing venr. 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