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A CAItD.In mniwor to call made by
oar much unearned follow-cltixont of (hit
ylllngoatid iti vlalaity, wa acknowlodga at a
fret donation, thsimn or 81. Thu enter
tainment lurniihad by the guosti in attend,
anoo, wn tot up in Ano taito, and lorred off
in good order, by a oommlttoo compotod of
ladiui and goittloinon, clioion- 'for the occa
aion. Wo can assure our kind frior.di thaT
their otToringi worn moat thnnklully ro
eoivod, and wo ahull cor cltoriili in grateful
remcmbraneo, the friendly fooling maul
foiled, with tbe tokeoi oC ruipoct shown on
ANN ELIZA, COLLINS.
Chardon, Jan. 7tb, 1859.
MEDICAL NQXICR.IIaving Closed
my connection in the Drug Business with Mr.
CooH, I im now ready to attend to ill colli in tin
Practice of Medicine mni Careers, IJiavi
again resumed my connection with Dr. Mini,
and will be found it the Office formerly occupied
by ui, or it my House, when not out on Profes
L A HAMILTON.
Chardon, Jin. 7, 1859. 469-tf
AYIiR'S CATHARTIC PIXL4.-PILLS
THAT ARE PILLS !-Prof. Hayes. State Client.
1st, of Massachusetts, says they are the beat ol all
Jills, ond annexed are the men who certify that
Duct, Hayes knows, vix:
Lemuel Shaw, Chief Julie. fkiprcme Court of
Emory VVashbira, Governor of Massachusetts
W C Plunkett, Liett;vf Mass
Edward Everett.Ea-See of State and Senator V S
IlobertC Wmthrope, Ex-Speaker Hottso ReD U S
Abuoit Lawrence.Minnter Plenipot. to Gt britain
John Si titiitatrick. Catholic Bishop of Boston.
MEN THAT ARE MEN I
Among the diseases this Pill hoa cured with as
tonishing rapidity, wo may mention
Couiveness. Billoua Complaints, Rheumatism,
. Dropsy, Heartburn. Headache nrmnn Irnm n Cnul
Stom ich, Nsusen, Indignation, Morbid inaction of
ana iwois, ana pain insing therefrom, Flatulen
cy; Lisa of Apieiite, all Ulcerous end cutaneoua
Diseases, which require an evecuaot Medicine,
Bcrolula, of King'a Evil They also by purifying
the blood and atimula.tng the System cure many
Complaints which it would not be supposed they
COIlid reach : a"..-n !", fnij Pnrlin Hhn, lm.au
Nesrnlnia -,id Nervous irriiabiliiy.berangements-
oi me 'jiver anil Kulneya, Uout.aim other kiuilreil
Complaints, arising from a low atate of the body,
or obsiriiciinnsoi'its functions They are the beat
Purgativo Medicine ever discovered, ind you will
but need to use them once to know it.
Prepared by Dr J C Ayor, Lowell, Ms., and anld
'by every respectable Druggist in New England.
January, 7th, 1B:9 46!)-2w
Striking Change Effected by Hoof-
MAN'S GERMAN BITTERS.
PiiaiDELrm,. March If!, 1858.
Dr C M Jicfsow. Putt Sir : I had suffered ao
I ong from Dyspepsia and Liver Coniptaint,in their
most aggravated forms, that I almost despaired of
finding a. cure, when, in compliance with the ad
vice of my physician, I had recourse to your Ger
man Bitters I had taken them, with a marked
improvement, for two months, when my husband,
who ia captain of tbe packet ship Jiaraiuit, return
ed from his last voyage Ilia first exclamation on
eeing me, was," Why, Margaret, what hare you
been taking! You look five hundred per cent bet
ter than be ( loft." Aad well he might say so.
When he sailed on bis last Tay age, I was thin and
care-worn, and my complexion of safltci color
while now I have .regained my flesh, ond am in
Ilia enjoyment of perfect health And ill this I
owe to your dnvsAiable Bitteva I therefore think
you are justly entitled to &ji certificate, which
you are it kbty to pii.'.'.iri Yours, truly,
IIS Queen Street, Southwark.
Be sure and aik for HooJlwCt Ge.rmm Bitter
and see that the signature ofC M Jackion ia on
the wrapper of each bottle
For sale by druggist! and storekeeper! in every
town and villngn in the United States, West In
dies, and Cinadas Price 75 rents ner bottle.
Principal Office, 418 Arch Street, Philadelphia,
January 7 ill, 1859 469 2v
A CARD GEO. 13. L,. WOOD,
Tu:ichur of VOCAL MUSIC, will giro in
etructioni In Vocal Music on tho following
tqrma: 12 Inssons Adult Clan, 91,00 ; 12
lnajons Juvonilo Class, AO ell.; 18 I'rivuto
ITsssnni. 91,0(1. The Clasiei moot ai fol
lows: Gleo Club, Monday evening; Sing
ing Class, Tuoiday and Saturday evenings;
Juvonilo Class, Salafday, at 2 o'clock P.M.
100. 24, 1858. 407.
NOTICE. The Aiimtitl Rlcctlnt;
! Mto GEAUGA COUNTY FREE AUKI
CULTUUAL SOCIETY, for tho Election of
Ollluorl will bo hold at tho Agricultural Hull,
in Clarldon, nt) tho Third Monday of Jauu
ary next, at 10 o'clock A.M.
II. N. SrENCER,
DOC-24, J 859, 4b7
FITS! FITS ! 1 FITS!!!
Dr. Iluncet' Vegetable Extract,
fur the cure of Fit', Spatm Crnmpt, and all
jVerunu and constitutional dittasei.
PERSONS who ire laboring under this dis
tressing malady will find lr. Ilaucc'x
Vegetable Epileptic Pills, to bo the only
remedy ever discovered ior curing Epilepsy or Fal
1 lies Pills possess i specific action on the ner
vans system; and although they are prepared es
pecially for curing fits, they will be found of espe
cial benefit for-ll persons afflicted with weak
norves. or whose nervoua system has been pros
trated or shattered from any cause whatever. In
chroniccoinnlainia.or diseases of lone atandine.au-
perinduced by nervousness, they are exceedingly
Prico three dollars per box, or two boxea for five
dollara. Persons out of the ciiy enclosing a re
mittance, will have the pills sent lo them through
the mail, free of postage. For aula by SETH S.
JIANCE. No.. 103, Baltimore Street. Baltimore,
Nd.,to whom oruen from all parti of the Union
must be addressed, post-paid. 437 ly
(UtTIIE OHIO NfATK ANI UMON
LAW COLLEGE. The Second Session of this
Institution will onen on the 7th day of April '53
in ihe building occupied by the United Stitea
Court.- Ilia uollege ta regularly incorporated,
and authorized to confer all Decrees. Upon arorl
niting the student may be admitted to practice
an tneuourts oi tms state.
Fir Circulars address, at Cleveland, Ohio..
Feb. 16. M. A. KING, See.
In Auburn, December Suih.a daughter to Tliom-
as anil uiana noara.
Ia Munson, onChrislmaa Dsy.by Anson Shaw,
Esq., Mr. DARIUS J. WARNER, of Chatham
(Jemur, Medina, ana- Miss ANNbi 1 ti t.HA
EN, of Munson.
In Ashtabula, Dec. Wth.by Rev James Bonnar
Mr. NEHEMIAH HUBBARD, ond Min AME
LIA A- HOPKINS, ill of Ashtabula.
In Cleveland, on New Year' morning, IRVIE
6 yean and 27 days.
LIST OF LETTEUS
REMAINING IN TUB POST OFFICE,
t Chardon, Ohio, December Slat. 1858
Parsons calling lor uny of these Letters will
piaase "ay n aoertwu.
Ashton, D. W,
Rust, Miss Harriet
Richardson, Geo O.
Aldrich. M.D.. J. A.
Allen, Mrs. Polly
Abbott, Wm H.
Brown, Minerva A.
Bi igsa, A. L.
Clurk, J.& J.
Carter, Mias Lowe as A.
Kuasell, Miss Emely,
care oi r. Lnrnara
Seymour. Mias Martha,
care of Morris Seorie
Waits, Miss Harriet,
care of Geo. Wans
Wheeler, Mrs. Luihera
K. R. BOURN, P.M.
Just as we go to pron, wo loarn that Hon.
6. A. Donglui was yostorday ro oloctod Son
ator from Illinois, tho roto standing Doug,
tat 64, Lincoln 40.
Hodgei, Domncrat, was eloctod on tlis
4th, to All tho vacancy In Congrosi causod
by tho death of Col. Harris, ia tbo filb District.
Chardon Market-Retail Price Current
(Reported expressly for the JcrrensoNM Di mo-
cavr, ny Mosrs. Wilkins sl KtLi.EY.Charuon J
per bushel 50 lo 1 00
per lb. 10
per lb. to 15
....per bushel 75 to I 00
per lb. 14 to 16
per lb. I2K to 14
per lb. 25
per lb. 13 to 14
per lb. 16 to 20
per bushel 25
per buhul 50
per dozen 12
per barrel $5 75 tot5 78
per barrel 6 00
' pet1 lb. 6X
per lb. 6.
- H barrel 3 50 to $4 00
per lb. 6
K barrel g3 50 to $4 00
Dmtn Fruit Apples
Ci'TTtR Good Roll
Ca.vdms-- I allow
Cor.v In Ear
Fish Dry Cod
per ton t IX)
PoLi.Tnv CliK-kcns dressed
I er lb.
per diisiici 40
Oils Lard (white strained)
- per gallon
Pork in hug
Raisins M. R.
per lb. OX lo 8
per lb. IS to 25
per lb. 25
per box J 00 to 3 25
per gallon 75
per gallon 87
per gallon 50
per lb. 14 to 16
per lb 14 to 16
per lb. UU
per lb. 10
per lb. 9X to 11
per lb. 7 lo 8
per lb. 25
per lb. 10 to 12X
Molnspcs New Orleans
Colf e (white)
SoAr Chemical (bar)
Flour. Firm at last week's advance. Ohio
and lndi'in a, superfine, per bbl. (4.62 to $4,87.
Ohio nnd Indiana, extra, per bbl, $5 00 to (5,37
Favotite brands, per bbl, $5.62 to $6,25,
Wheat White $1,17 to$l,2o Kcd itl,07to
Oats At 48 to 55 cts.
Lard No. I at 10,'i to 10 cts.
Pork Mess, No, I, at 16,50.
Di'Ttf.r Extra roll 13 cts.
CilEiSP.-lirisk at 8 to 9 eta.
Hoos. Heavy at $6,I2.V to 6,25.
NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET—DEC. 29.
, BEEF Ituthur dull on account of tho
storm, but prices dccliimd ; smuli receipts
and improvod quality; tho Uoclinn is fully
Jo. por lb. rccmpts 2,!H)0 quotations lor 1110-
diutn nt 8J(aj9c. for tho bust 11 1 fi101.
SHElil'A.ND LAMBS Aro lugbur and
mo'ro active; rocoipts 7.K00.
SWINE Activo nt 5Co. for heavy
cnrn-lod; rocuipts lfiOOO.
Great Sale of sheep
THE Subscriber lulling broil eiigRE-cd
for the last fifteen years in procuring and
raising Sheep, and now wishinu to go into the
D.iiry Business, will offer for Sale, nt Ina Resi
dence in RUSSELL, on THURSDAY NEXT,
January I'Jth. 1859, bis entire Flock, consisting of
350Superior Fiue-Woolcd SHEEP, all ol French
and Spanish Blood, nearly all bred from llucks
formerly beloti'-iui! to John D. Paterson'a Flock.
Cliatauque Cuuniy, N. Y., and which have cost
iimii jw earn, roriue i;m seven years lie naa
heen in the hahit of numbering ahecp and weigh
ing Fleei ta. and in selecting lor Sale has drawn
tin: lightest shearers nnd coarsest wool. The
average weight of Fievres of Hie entire Flock lust
year was 4 Ilia. 2uzh., and aold lor 40cciitc per lb'
He has spared no puins or money In improving
hia Stock. The aubscriber will also offer fir Sule.
it the an me lime and pl.nce, One HORSE (20
years old, known ne "Old Hill.") one two vearold
Green Mountain MORGAN HORSE COLT, one
pair 4 year old HALF-ULOODEIJ DURHAM
CATTLE, one one-year old STEER, two Ketch-
um a Mowing Alachini a, One bulky ind Harness,
and one two-horse Buggy
A reasonable Credit will be civen and liberal
deductions made lor Caah Exact terms made
known on tiny of Sale. DAVID ROBINSON.
Knssrll, Jun. 7, ISV.1. 469-IW'
WHO IS GOING TO IOWA
I HAVE TWO I A It MS-
;uuiinprovd) of I O cresjUki
each, 30 miles wrst ol Iowa Ji Jr
near a Railroad that v. ill soon bo completed, that
1 wish unproved, and to give i lie use ol them three
years in payment. The Land is rich rolling
urnirie. in a lienlthy, well sealed section. Plow-
inir t lie land and iiinkiim a fenco. with oosta and
two boarda liigh.aulliL'ienl to guard against Cattle,
Is all that is ueceasary lorprouucing hue crops.
Any ono wishing to go West, with auood team
nd but little means, that ia willing and able to
work, and docs noi wish lo buy a farm st once,
cannot lull to do wet,.
For exact terms write tn me at Iowa City.
J. WARREN CLARK.
Formerly of Humshurgh.
January I, to . tny.amina
Cheater Limb, Pluiutilf,
John Ilolli.liy, Defendant.
) Before A P. Tildcn
I Jr., ol farkman
f 1 ownship, Geauga
J lyounty, tllno.
avN THE 22nd DAY OF DLCDNIIKR.
J A D. 1 8,'id, aaid Juilice issued all Order
Attachment in the ntiove Action for the sum
$62 41 and aaid Action ia continued for Trial
the 15th uny ol February, A.D. 1059, at leno
clock A M.
OTIS THRASHER, Atly. for PltlT.
tnn.7, IS58. 469-3w
ATTORNEY AND CiHJNSELOR-AT-LAW
Pension Agent and Notary Public, Office in the
riaiu Vrnler Lunaing, Ulcveiunu, umo.
sO Particular atteuiion paid to Ptnsion Claims.
January 7. 1858 46')-4w
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
I HAVE otor One Hundred BON
NETS ofovery variety of oolor, from
Ton dollars down to Onn dollar, to bo giron
away for money onouoli to pay tor thorn.
Alio Donnot framei ol nil lizoi, and some
largo enough for old Ladies I'louse call
andioo tltom, and bring tho CASH if ymi
can. an.v A. lili.MON
Chardon. Doe. 1st. Ib58. 405 2m
TBE COUNTRY BEING PAUPERIZED BY
THE SALE (IF l.IOXICATIG LIltlORS.
A MEETING of ha GEAUGA COUN-
J. TV ASSOCIATED LODGE I. O.
U. T.will bo linlil at MSWJSKKKY CEN
TRE, on SATURDAY, January 8th, 1859,
at TEN o clock. All aro invited.
J. M. COOK, W.S.
Deo. 84. 1858; 407
riAHE GEAUGA COUNTY AGUICUL
I. TURAL SOCIETY will hold in AN
NUAL MEETING ut tho Rooms of the
Sociotv. in Burton, on MONDAY, January
10th, 1858, at TEN o'clock A.M., for tho
piirpnio ot Eli'cju g Ollicon for tho onsumg
Yeur; also, to trniisuct olhor butinosi of
iipportniico which will coino boforo tho So
ciety. , All MoinbiTiHro rcqmistod to attend.
II. E FOUD, Secretary.
Burton. Dee. 24. 18S8 407
STE.MtlNE ANII TiLLMW CANIILEU
by the pound or boz.conatan'ly on hand.
Nov. 12 W1I.KINS& KKLLRY.
COIIN AND OATS, lor Sale by
Not. 12 WILKINd Si KELLEY.
PETITION FOII DIVOItfJi:.
THE STATE OK OHIO, GEAUGA COUNTY.
It. E. James, I
vi. In Common Pltat.
Til V. I)F(eiidnnt, I)vid Jnny.. will
take notice Ihat I he Plainntf, on the :tlai nf
DeecnSlH.r, IH58, filed, inthe tlllicenf theClerk ol I
the Court nf Common Plena for said County, her ,
Petition for Divorce, and for cause alleges K.xtrcme I
Cruelly on the part of said IMcmlunt towards '
In r aaid Plnlntilf. Said De'enilaut will further I
take notice, that aaid Petition will be lor hearing !
: the not Term nl ani l Court.
Dated thia 5th day of January, ISSI.
DUitKEE St. IIA'tHAWAY,
Attorneys for I'eiiu.incr,'
January 7, 1359 4h'J-tw
WILL be Sold, itt Lowell t'omnn'a, in
CHARDON, on the 14th day of January,
1859,11 One o'clock P.M.,
ONE DIRT EXCAVATOR.
Also, at HENRY M.WHITNEY'S, in HAMB
DEN, on the I -in day of January, I8Ti9, between
tho hours of Ten o'clock A.M. anil Four o'clock
P.M., the following Proeriy, lo wit :
One Gray Horse, one Hay Horse, two Cows, three
Yearlings, one V-hort-e Wagon, one liugry
Wagon, one Funning Mill, two large Kettles,
ono Harrow, two Plows, two L04 Chains, one
Cutter, one 2-horsa Hurneas, and one mow of
Hay, supposed 10 be 15 ions.
L. DOW PEASE.
January 7, 18'9. 409 1 w
STATE OF OHIO, GEAUGA COUXTY.
Nicholas Moony, l'lff)
Geo F Calender, Cor
nelius V N Kittinc
er, and Chairman,
Suit before I N Hathaway,
whose given 11 nine 1
is unknown tn fltl. r
a juance 01 the l eace,
is unknown to I'll!
doing business un
der the name and
style of Geo K Cal
ender & Co, as a co
riMIE Dofciidntils nre tiotiArd that in
1 the nbove Action, on the 24th day of Decern
her, A.D 1858, an Aitaclunent issued against
them for the sum ol $176 7 , and has lieen Icvie l
on Gooda and Chattels of said Delendunta and
duly returned. Said case is set for hearing, Mure
I N Hathaway, at his Olhce in Chardon. in sniJ
County and State, on the 19th day of Eebruaiy,
A u. layj, at wno o ciock r. i .
w. tj. runitis l ,
Ally, for PlaiullfT.
January 7, 1859 46J-3w.
il)e State of (Pljio.
IMIKTII JUDICIAL. DISTKICT.
TT IS OKDKHDl) BY T II K JUDGES
X of the Court of Common Pless, within and lor
said Distticl, that the lime for holding the Terms
of the Common Pleas Courts tor the aevernl Count
ies in aaid Dim net, lor the year A D. IH59. bend
the same are hereby nxed aim presenhcu is tul
lows, to wit
Carroll County.-Fcb'y 14--May !H . .October 12
Stark County .-Feb'y 53 -May 30- OrtoberSt
.lahonmc Co. .-reb y 14--Mny S.)..tciober ii
Coliimbiniiu Co.-Mar. 7 - Juiiu 6 -October 31
Por inge County. Fcb'y 14 May 23- October i2
Trumbull Co.-.-Mnr. 7 --June l October 31
LakeCounty-.-Feb'y I4--May 23--Octol er 12
GeaugaCounly.-Mnr. 7 --Juiiu 6 .Octoher31,
Asluobula Co-.-Mar. !i3--June ZO.-ISov. Kl
The times for holding the Terms of the Disirici
Courla for the aeverni Counties in sai l Disiiict,
lor the vear A D. I Hat), have been hxed and lire-
acribed by the Judges of the Supreme Court, aa
Stark County. Tucaday May 3.
Columbiana Co. Thursday- -May 12.
Carroll County Wed'day Muy H.
Portage County Tuesday Sepiember 13.
l.akeCounty t rnlay OepieuiLer lo.
lii-auga Counly. Monday Septetnlicr 19.
Ashtabula Uo. I hurstlay--- M'tileintier
Triinihull Co Monduy September 2ii.
MlhonrngCo. Monduy October 3.
It is therefore Ordferrd, by the said Judges
of the Court of Common Plcaa. that Iho Courts ol
Common Pleaa and District Courts, in' said seve
ral Counties, bo held, fur the year ISoO, at the
limes tixecl as ntoresaia.
The Clerks of the Courts of said several Count
ies, nre hereby ordered to enter this order on their
Common Pleas ami District Court Journals, and
to cause Ihe same to be pubhshel according to
Witness our hands, this 29th day ol December,
1 Judges of the
HORACE WILDER. Court of Com
liLNJ. F. HOFFMAN, f mon Pleas, 9ih
I Judicial Diat.
THE STATE OF OHIO.
(icnugii Comity, hn.. I
T MII.LIAM N. KF.KNY, C'LKUK OF
J the District Court and Court of Common Pleas
for ihe County ol Geauga, in ihe State of Ohio, do
hereby certify that the foregoing is a lull and true
copy of the oiiginal order cute, cd upon the Jour
nal. of said Courts.
WM. N. KEENY, Clerk.
Chardon, January 7, 1859. 4u9-4w
CJIIKRIFF'S SAM'. By virtue of a writ of
kj fieri unlit, issued Ironi tho iourl ol Uoiuni in
Pieas of Geauga County, Ohio, in a certain t-u i i
wherein L. E. Dttrfic. Esq., as Receiver of the
Farmers' Union Company ol Munson. is plnimilf,
and Wm II. Judd and others nre defendnnta, to
me directed nnd delivered. 1 have levied upon and
lor my legal representative shall offer lor sale at
public vendue, at the Court House ill Chardon in
suid County, on
Monday the l'thiiny nf January A D. 185D,
between the hours of ten o'clock, A. M., and four
o'clock, P. Al., of said day, the following described
real estate, to wit: "Situate in the Township of
Munson, being Number Eight in tho blight Kuiige
uf Townships of the Connecticut Western lie.
serve in the State of Ohio, and which is also in
the County of Genuga, end is known by being
oart nf Lot No. 33 in Tract No. 3, nnd ia bounded
as loliowa: Beginning at tho north-west corner
ol said lot at the center ol the norm and south
and east and west roads ruuninc by said lot:
thence east len roda nnd twelve leet; thence south
on a line parallel with said north nnd south Slate
road nine rods; thence weal on a line parallel with
the cast and west road ten rods and twelve feet,
lo ihe center ot said north nt.d south State road;
thence north nine rods lo lite place of beginnine.
containing ninety-six square rods of land, and is
the same piece of land deeded to Anson flnrtlull,
as Trustee of tho Fanners' Union Company of
Munsnn.by Ira Allen and others, A ttgiisi26!i, 1852,
liv deed recorded lit Geauga County Records, vol.
46, pages 11' 3 and 104 he the same more or less,but
subject lo all legal highways." . ..
Said premise appruised al $"00,00.
Terms ot sale, cash on day of sale.
J.S. CLEVELAND, Coroner.
I!y C. 11 Foots, Urpity.
Sheriff's Office, Geaujia.Co., Ohio, i
December 17ih, IhSS. I 467w5
IN obedience to the requirement of a Flurent
Order, of Sale, issued Ironi tho Ollice ol the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleaa, for ihe Coun
ty of Genuga, in the State of Ohio, in a ceriniu
&uii, wherein Benjamin Cook and Alphetis Cook,
are Plaiutilfs, and Harlow lloslord and Isaac llos
ford, Defendant, to me directod and delivered, I
have caused to be re-nppraised and thall expose
for SALE at PUBLIC VENDUE, al Ihe COUKT
HOUSE, in CHARDON, in said County, on
MONDAY. Hie 17 III day ol JT.4!V 17-
AllV, A U. 1859,
Between the Honrs of 'PEN o'clock A.M. and
FOUR o'clock P M. of said dsy, the following de
scribed Premises, to win
Situate iu the Township of Chardon, Geauga
County, and Slate of Ohio, and is known bv the
a ..I I n U Ol ;.. '!'-... M.. .' I
OOUlil oiv ibiuii oi if i, i, v. i , in i ini.1 i.u. I, oil II
is bounded as follows : Eusl by the East line of
Ihe Lot and Township; South by tin Lot and
Track line; on the Weat by Lot No. 20, and
ou the North by Innd owned by Delos W. Robin
son, and containing One Hundred and Eleven
and Sevetity-Nine-One-Huiidtedih Acres of
Land, excepliug ami reserving tneretroui the
following described Piece of Land heretofore sel
off to Isaac Hostord nnd Family as a Homestead,
to wil : -Hounded nud described aslollows:
Beginning on the West line ol said Lot No. 21,
at the South-Weat corner of Delos W. Roliiu
. eon's Land, thence South on. ihe West line of
raid Lot No. 21 Sixty Rods, thence East so far
that by running a lino North Sixiy Rods to said
Robinson's Lund, and thence Wen along suid
Kohinsou's South line In ihe plate ol heniniiing,
shall contain Twenty-Five Acres, With the
Ituiidings and Appurtenances thereof; leaving
Eight-Six and Seventy-Nine-One-llimdredih
Acres ol Land, but subject lo all legal highwuys,
Mud Loud lie Apprniredat $15 00 per Acre.
Tlkmi of Sale i Cash in hand
J. 8. CLEVELAND Coroner.
fivC. II. t OO I E, Orputo.
Sheriffs Office, f .eauga Co., Ohio,
December J 7 In, A. D. 1858.
SI!Kfl7l'I'H SAL !:.'.. I ii olH-dienca 'o
oomnisnd of 1 writ ol nlint rrtij. it. l.-suwl
from the Court of Coininon Pleas of Lake Couiiiy,
thin, l i a reriain suit whnrein Milo I'nwler la
pliiinnir, and fjlwiu Eosteri-t al. are di-li-udmits,
lo ineilirurted anil deliverer!, I or my li.g il repre
sentative shall exio-e lo sale at public vendue, at
the Court ll.iu-e in Clianlun in said County, on
Mnmtny thr i'th day nf J, in wiry .'I. it. I8.r9
bi'lwei n the hours of len o'clock. A. M.. snd four
o'clock, P. M.,of said day, the following described
ri al calntc, lo wit: "Silunir in the Tnwnship ol
Munson, being Numln-r Eight in the Hiijhlh Knnac
of Townships of the Cou'nccticut Western Ro
serve in the Slate of Ohio, and which Is also lit
the County of Geauga, snd is known by being the
north part ol sub lot No. 3 in lot No 31, Imundcd
as follows, to win Ik-ginning si the north-weal
comer of said sub lot on the east line of the north
anil south road; 'thence running east 3 chains and
33 links; thence south ao far iliul a line running
west to the east line ol the aloresnid Mad, an I
from thence north to the place of iieinuing, will
contain one-third ol an aero of laud, but aubjecl
to all lei-iil highways."
Said premises appraised at $'!60,00.
- Terms of sule, cash in hand.
J. fc). CLEVEL AND, Coroner.
Hy C. H. Poors, Drpnty.
Snrmrr's Office, Gcauaa Co., ( hi., i
December Itih. Itt -H. I 467w5
TF. BRl'CE. Administrator of the Estate of
David T. Bruce, duconsr.l; Lyman Fowler.
Gu trdian of lani..'l Lacv. Milo Lary and Oliver
P. Lacy; D. W. Mead, Administrnmr of Iho Es
tate of Christonlu'r Meizar deceased: nnd Saml.
Rohmson ond Phiuvas C hase, Admiiiistratora of
the Estate of Nsthnn Robinson, deceased, liave
severally filed their accouuta lor setilemciit in the
Probate Office ol Geauga County. Ohio, which ac
counts will be fur hearing tn the Probate Court,
of suid Couiiiy, at the Probate Office, in Chardon,
on the V2ud d ly of January, A.D. lSjit, al Ten
o'clock A.M., until which time nil Interested muy
JM. C. CANF1ELD.
Chardon, Dec. 31, 185S. 4tiH-3w
FETITIOX FOR UlVOIiCE.
Ktnte of Ohio, Gcuugu County, as,
Aahcr Forrow, J
v. In Common Tltai.
Celia Forrow. . .
rpilE aoid Celia Forrow is. notified that Aslier
I Furrow,on lhc6iji day of November, A D.I.V'8,
filed a petition in the office of theClerk of the Court
ol-Common Pleas, within and fof the County of
Geatign,raml- Slate -ot .Ohiofctseliing out a Vynl
tiiarrmgn with the Defendant having one heir ns
issue ot Bnid mdrnre, nnrl charging mat the De
lendiint is guilty ut adultery, ano praying process,
and a iIhsuIuiioii of . the inairiage contract, and
exclusive control of snid minor child. Stii l rase
will be or hearing at the February Term of ftiid
Court, ltO'.t. ...
The i'et'ttiiner w ill take Depositions to be used
in the trial of said cue. al the ollice of the Clerk
of the District Court, in and for the County ot Al
legan, In the Township of Alleg in, Counly of Al
legan, in theSiatn ot Michigan, ON THE 2Mth
OA i l)r JAM Aid , A.D. 18.VJ, hetwienllie
hours of8 o'clock, A. M., and C o'clock, P. M., of
said day; also at ihe Post-OHicc in ihe villimo of
1 hree Rivers, in Ihe County ol Saint Joseph's and
Slate of , Michigan, ON THE Kith DAY OF J. AN
II A R Y , A.D., Ir) o'J. between tho hours of o'
clock, A. M.,and (i o'clock. P. M . of said day.
W. O. FOR R 1ST.
Solicitor for Petitioner.
December 24. lSf8. U,2 (iw
Nl PICK.-In putsuancc nnd by virtue of nn
order of sale, issued anil directed hi me, on the
llth of Ocober, I85S, by Hon M. C. Cnnfu-ld,
Judge of Probate, wiihin and for tho County of
(ieaoorr, in theStiite of Ohio, hi a ceruiin proceed
ins; lately pendint; in said Court, wherein Robert
Ihtstor,' Guardian of William E. Bas'or, Mary
Basior, and Robert A. Bastor, tninirs, was Plain
liif, and said minors were 'Defendants, for the sale
ol the Lands hereinafter described. 1 shall, un the
2'2nit day rf January. IHoSI.
between the hours ot Ten o'clock A.M. nnd Four
o'clock P.M. of said day, at Public Auction, sell lo
the hi heal bidder, for pot' less than two-thirds ol
III! appraised value, the undivided llirce-fourlhs o!
the following described Real Estate, pari ol Lot
No. ', in the Township of Moutville, in the Coun
ty ol Geauga, and Stale of Ohio, beginning at the
north-west corner of a' lot of laud ot one hundred
acres, that was riectte'l to James Strong by Iewta
strung nnii wile, on trre .torn nay ol August. A.LI.
A .!.-...... ......I. n I UI...I In... nl ...I I I... .
184 i. thence north, on the west hue ol sniJ lot. to
to the wesl line of sain to't to the south-east cor
ner of said lot, thencc-easi to thc'uoulh line of
Ihe above-mcuiioned lot, tin siough so that a line
drawn parallel with the tiret imintiniicd line shall
contain wiihin Ihe lioutidtirics fillecn acresof land
Uleuce north parallel with the fnsi line to the
north line of the lot that was deeded to the said
James Strong by sii.l Lewis Strong ami wile;
thence west on said north lice to the place of be
ginning, containing tilteen acres ol hind.
Also, oucoiher Piece or Parcel of Liiml, being
pari of Lot Number Seven, in said Township ol
Alouivillc, hounded aslollows: -Ileginuing at the
norili-east corner of laud owned hy Solomon Hurl,
in said Lot Number Seven, thence running west
on an east nnd west highway lour chains and
thirty-two links, thence . south nine chains and
twenty-live links, thence, cast four chains and
thirty-two links, thence north nine chains nnd
Iweiuy-tive links, to the place ol beginning, con
taiiiHig live acres of laud.
Said Sale to be made on the Premises. Said
Laud appraised at 109
TtHMS of Sale One third in Cash at timo of
Sale, one-third in six months, balance in one year.
Deterred payments on interest secured by mort
gage on lite premises.
ROBERT BASTOR, Guardian.
W- O Forrist, Attorney.
December '2, 1858. 4C7-4W
NOTICE. Oliver Raymond and Savilla Ray
mond, now residing out ol the State of Ohio,
in parts unknown, will lake notice thai Almond
Clark did, on the IHiltday of Decemlicr, I85S, lile
his Petition in ihe Court uf Common Pleas, within
nud for Ihe County of Geauga, Ohio, against the
said Oliver and Savilla, delendants, st-tiing forth
that the said Oliver Raymond and said Savilla
Itayninnd Iii9 wile, executed a iMor'gage to said
Almond Clark of part ot Lot No lti, to the Town
ship ol MiddleficlJ, in said County, bounded as
follows: Beginning at suuth-cutl corner of said
I Kit, thence wesl 39 chains, ihen-e north 23 chains
and three links, thence east 39 chains, 23 links,
thence sou'h on the town line 23 chains and 10
links tn the place of beginning, containing 'JO
18-lOOihs acres, toseeure the payment of 41957,
according to iiis note referred loin said mortgage,
and praying judgment against said Oliver tor
suidsuin ol 957, with interest it ten per cent.
Ir..in the 6th of November last. And the said
Oliver and Savilla are notified that lliey are re
quired to appear aud answef said Petition, on or
he lore tho THIRD SATURDAY after Ihe 28th
day of JANUARY NEXT.
PHELPS & THRASHER.
Attorneys lor Plaintiff.
Dated Dacemher 18, 185.S. 467-6w
A.TOTICK. Caleb Winlersteen and Samsntha
Jl Wintersteen, of Uutlcr County, in the Stale
of Pennsylvania, and Philctus Winlersteen of the
Stale of Kentucky, w ill lake noiice ihat James
Wintersteen, oi Moutville. Cottuty ol Geauga and
Slate of Ohio, did on the 27ih day of Novcinlwr,
A. D. 1858, ide ins petition ill the Court ol Com
mon Pleas within and for said County ol Geauga,
against them, and others the heirs at law of J as.
Winlersteen, senior, deceased. Belling forth, that
said J allies Winlersteen, senior, his lather in h:
lile time, 10 wit: April l'.'ih, 1830, entered into a
contract in writing with said James Winlersteen,
Jr., in which his wife Prudence joined, and there
by il was agreed thai said James VVinierstcen Jr.
should manage aud conduct the farm of said Jas.
Wiiitqrsluen, lM-iug 46 acies of luud', pari uf Lots
No 2 and 3 iu Moutville aloresnid.. nnd the stock
nnd nther personal proicrty thereon, paiily own
ed by said Juiuua Winterst, oil nnd partly by raid
James Wintoretoen, Jr., fir and during 1I10 lilu
lime of said James and his said wifot'rudeiico.nud
apply one-hull the proceeds to ihe care of suid J11
Wiulerslecn and his wile, nnd 10 payment of his
dems, as particularly epeciftttl in. huh contiact,
and thai at ihe decease ol aaid Jumes senior und
Iiis said wile, said James Winlersteen, Jr., was In
have a deed of snid land, which contract was af
terwards, to wil: '-'01 Ii March 1849,duly acknowl
edged by said James Wiitterstecn and Prudence
hiswtla, aim nllerwarus on 1 no a 111 rvovemlier,
1852, duly recorded; ihat snid Prudence died May
7th, 1853, and on the III1I1 May, 1853, it was fur
ther agreed orally between snid James Winler
steen nun suid James Wintersteen, Jr . that said
James Wiiitersieen, Jr., should provide for and
support his said lather during his natural lile, and
should have all said personal properly; and, also,
the said laud in fee simple. And ihat said James
Winlersteen Jr. did observe and perform all things
on his pan to be icriorined in mid by said agree
ment in wiling and also said oral agreement, did
pay the said debts and support his said I'm her un
til hisueatn, wmcn event looK pi are in fehritary.
ItOi. Anil praying mat sai.i ueieuil.-inis as hi;
heirs at law, lie decreed to release to suid plain
.:rr -11 ,;,lu nn.l ..l..o ...ni. I .1 :.
And praying llint s ii.l di-leud.inis ss his i
t law. tie ui-crei'ii to release to sum n am.
lilt all their title and cliiim a such heirs in sniH '
inuu. aim iiisii mc pi-pnuiifii enmir ui nin James
Winii-rHteeii ilecenseil, ind lor olhor relief. And
the snid Csleh Winierslren, Ssinantha Winter- j
sii-en'aud Philelus Wiiiierslccn, aro further noli-
fiu'l thai they are required to appear anil answer
tnid petition on or before Ihe third Saturday alter
the 14i h day ofjnnuarv next.
PHELPS & THRASHER. AltyUfor Pltfr.
Dated ibis 87lb day ol Nov. 18J8. 'itACw
1 1 I l.. . .1.- ........I . ..f : i 1
DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S '
LIVER C0Mn,lT, DVSPEPSIA, JiBSOICE,
Chronic oi Ktrvnni Dibilih, llitrmrt nl ll,e k'id
tiry, and all titxrititl u.-tm.ff Jrom a dliuldrrrd
Liver or Stum'tdi, j
CI'fU AS CONSTIPATION, INWA1M)
J Piles. Fulness or Ulood to the Head, Acidity i
nf the Stomach, Nausea, lle:iriburn, Disgu-t ol J
Fo.)d, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach. Sour !
Eructations, ."inkini? or 1-lull. .rum ni ihe Pit ui' !
the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and
Dillii-iLI Hrcaihiug. Fluttering ntlhe Heart, Chok
ino or SiiH'icjuiil' r-ensatious when in a Ivinn n.i.
lure, Dimness ol Vision, Doia or Wi lis belure itie
Sight. l evel on l Dull Pain in the Head, Dcfici-
yy ol Prrspniition. Yrllowiita ol ihe
Eyes, Pant in the Side. Back. Cheat. Limb'
Sudden Flushes of Ileal, Burning in the Flesh
Constant Imaginings ol Evil, and Great Dipres
ion oi r-pu us.
The proprietors, ir. calling the attention of the
public lo this preparation, do so with a tiding ot
the utmost enntidence ill its virtues and adaptation
lo the diseases for which ii is recommended
It is no new and untried ariicle. but one that has
atood the test of a len yeora' trial Ix lore the Amer
ican people, and ns reputation and Bale ate unri-
vaiUHl ny any simitar preparation extant. The tes
timony in its favor given hy prominent and well
knwn Physicians ond individuals in all parti ol
Ihe country ia immense, and a ciirelul perusal of
the Almanac, published annually bv the proprie
tor, and to Is; had jr rads of any of his Agents,
cannot but satisfy the moet skeptical that this re
medy is really deseiving the great celeotity it has
I'or the I peedy ure of
Coiig)i. Cold.', lufinrMtn, Croup, llonrn-nrtr.
Bum, hilit, I'ntuilwniii I) minn i of Hit Buwrlr
urisirjr Jrom Cold Im ipirnt Cviirumplion, nnd
for the itliifand if ut nil ponlili) iuitn.1 pall
tnte tn adif i need tin pes ol the tiittir dieeiifr.
puis ci.;i.i:hiiati:i ii:iv.itA.
J lion, like tho Billera, may he confidently re
lied on. Ii ia deaignrd for n clasaol diseases more
general and more final ihan anyoiher tn which the
people ol this country are subject thoce springing
Ironi a "tlipjil mid " I lint eminent ouiliority,
in. ien. says: - i wm llol sav that en i a nre
our inhabitants what the plague and iirllnw frvrr
nre mi inose oi otner coiiutiics ; Out, I can aver
confidently that they usher in disease of greater
complicity ui.tl mortality than these latter."
A further proof of the terrible fatality ol clisonKes
resulting from n "mm man. cold" may lie seen by a
glance at the following statistics, taken from ihe
Records ol the Hoard of Health of Philadelphia,
conlessedly one of the most healthy localities in
the Union :
-Total deaths in Philadelphia 10,2til
Died of Consunipii in 1,912
Died of nil other diseases (250
in number ) 8,319
Died of Consumption 1.895
Died of all other dl-eases-... 7, si I
Died of Consutmiiion 2.17ft
Died ol all other diseases 9.6:16
From these figures, it will be seen that nearly
one-fourth of thuotal deaths in the country are
cuusetl by Consumption, to say nothing of the nu
merous other dtieases springing Ironi a "blight
Do not trifle with vour lienlih hot if atT..rinrT
rrom a ( migh. or Cold on ihe Lungs, buy a boll!
1 . . 1 I I . , I-I . I- I ... , I. ...... Ir. . tl . .. r. t . .
of HOOFLAND'S BALSA .MIC CORDIAL, and
you may sutely count on a cute. 1 housauds have
done 'k and have i srtified to its wonnVrlu! effects.
Coughs s imetiuics proceed from a disordered or
dyspeptic stole of the stomach, in which cafe the
Gerinun Bitters should lie used In casi sol weak
ness, or general debility of the system, resultins
front a protracted Cough, the German Hitlers will
be tound of great beiietit.
Prepared only hy Dr. C. M Jackson, 418 Arch
Street. Philadelphia, unit tor Sole by Druggists
and Storekeepeis throughout the Culled Slates
and Canada. Price 75 cents per bottle.
January 7, ldj'.l. 4C9-lyins.
Dr. II. TUBUS will be in attendance aslol
CiiAmxiN, Chase's Hotel, Monday nnd Tues
day Koicnoon, February 7th aud (fth.
I'AiNisvii.i.t;, Cow lea Hojie, Saturday, Feb
Clevixano, American House, Wednesday one
Thursday, Dili and loth February.
For consultation upon all diseases of the Throat,
Lungs, Heart, Liver, Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys,
and Spleen ; also, Dropty. Gravel, Rheumatism.
Nervousness, Debility, Dysiepsia, Female Dis
eases, Ague and Fever, Fits, lmpuiitics ot tlic
Blood. Eruptions, Cuiiecrs, Fleers, and nl! other
varieties ol loo-' standing coiiiplsins, both exter
nal and internal.
For some ten years Dr. T. hasdevoied his entire
time to chronic diseases, treating thousands annu
ally, many of whom had exhausted every other
resource within reach. In no cure art mint'tilt
or othtr puimin imiduyid, nor does he make siek
lo make well, or tear down lo build up again.
The medicines con be taken with salety liy the
must delicate, aud patients may remain at home
and con'.inuu with prudence Ihcir otUinary diet
and exercise. Mauy liuvc recovered under the
treatment alter Iricnds and physicians had given
up all hope, Ihe indisputable evidence of which
can always be furnished. Invalids, however re
duced or de-pairiug, are invited to call, and may
be assured that no enconrngtniient will be given
or expenses incurred, without a corresponding
prospect of recovery.
Ravenna, O., Nov. IS58.
Dr II Tl'dbs, Sir, 1 nm glud to odd my tes
timony lo the number of those you nre receiving
U was afier much persunsion ihat 1 consulted you.
Perhaps this may Inllueuce some other hesitating
invalid to seek relief at your hands. During the
winter of .1855, I was so reduced as to lie tumble,
when strongest, to sit at the table. My alfectinn
was snid to he a ditcasc of the left lung, heart and
stomach. The cough was very i-eVeie, intended
wiih shortness of breatlWTflglit Eweais and swell
ing ol the feel and ankles. Digestion was so
feeble that I could, eat little else than crackers
durihglhe Winter, nnd for two successive weeks
subsisted on rice water or gum arable waier alone.
Kiifkiitg turns came on nearly every day and oc
casionally : several in ouo duy, depriving me of
speech sud sometimes of nighl. Also, pnlpitalion
was distressing. . Tiie heart appeared to stop at
times, causing a death-ltko scnsutioii, as though
the' breath was gone and the circulation arrested.
Thus suffering indescribably, nnd loall appearance
balancing between life and death, 1 lingered until
ridief was obtained under your treatment. 1 was
at .thai tiuie residing jn JVnrlhheld. Summit Co,
where the circumstances here given were known
ge icrally. I am now enjoying' co'i.foitahle health.
tiU't1. ilioitgh not as vie'irous as many, am nlilo to
perform h inehold duties without inconvenience,
anil have walked over iwo miles without fullering
uoiliino more than f.'iii''iie at the. time. The ureal
benefit derive I from you'r treatment nnd the inter
est y in have ip utile fed for me, shall ever be held
in grateful remembrance. ' Respectfully yours,
MRS. MARY A. UATEAIAN.
January 7, I'59 4u9 ly
HEALTH WITHOUT TflVSIC;
A Prize Essny on Nerrorj Diseases.
ti'st rrnMsiiF.n.TiiEssth Tfioir.
snnd. in a sealed envelope, price 10 cents : or
sent, postpaid, hy the publishers, fir 3 stamps
A Medical 'iy on thr Phuticil Erti ni'tinu and
Verity of the Frnme from lodutprnre. Infection,
nud 'he Iniariiiiit Coiitrqiteucrs of Mercury, vith
the liiili'rn Mramnf Corr.
By R J.Ct'LVK1WELL,M.D..
Menihr of tho Royal College of Surgeons. Ac. A c
Kr Snermitorrhcei.or Seminal f'-iiissi ms, N-r-votis
Delnlity, Initniency, Loss of Eneruv, )
nression ol Spirit, Timidity, Diseases ol ihe Sexual
Oririns, nnd Impetlinicnis to M.irriifo generally,
nre nrnmptiv ano ''iicctuiiv curej tiv the Am ior'
novel and most rucessfnl inoile of treatment, hv
r ...I.I..U .U 1 l:.l :
nii-nni hi wiiii n 111,'iiiu vun reniu pristine j
health without hiving recourse to dangerous audi
Fn m thr Lond'm Lnnrrl : "The hssl treatise
ever written nn a iihp.ct of vital importance to all,
well w nhy the Author's exiltct reputation "
63r Address Dr CH. i. C. KLINE. 1st Aveune
cor. litth street, New York; Post Max. Nn.4W,.
Jin. 7, 1859. . 4e-3nini
V,l,.',;-,I.A,INor'Nr,,: T""H me.
T ALA AL into their NEW STORK,
IHILWAl It mm K,
Main SlrccJ, rninokvillo, Ohio,
ind would I happy to aee nil who with to pur
chase g wkI Good, it ilie
LOWEST 1'OSSIBLE I'M LS.
V e ojn wiih a
snd shall keipa GOOD ASSORTMENT of all
kinds of GOODS. We olso propose lo close ill
accounts now on our books v ithout in excep
tion -and Sell
SfRICI lV for I'AV, nntl nt OSV,
1'IIK ! I III! I.OWCKl',
No deMation being made; and no Goods
allowed logo out ol the Store uultss paid for in
Cash or IV.i luce We hope this nrrangcnieiit will
Grove both satisfactory and ndvantageinis lo Ihe
uvmg Public SKY MOUR &. LOCK WOOD.
Painesville. Jan. 7, i33'J. 469-tl
NEW STORE!! NEW GOODS I !I
OXE PRICE FOR CASH OR READY PAY.
nHE L'nilersianod lias I! ESI I F,D the Busice.s
I ut Selling Goods ut Ins NEW STOKE, ad
joining his Old One, where he is OPENING u lull
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I have all the New Styles of
LABIKS llti:ss GOODS,
Every variety nf SHAWLS, a full Stock or OVER
COATINGS. UROADCLl (Tlls.CAsMMEHSE.
SATINET! ES, and DAMASKS; 1 L'LLI.I)
'CLOTHS; Ladies and Mivms IHK--IF.RV : n lull
Stock of BLANKETS, l ILTS, SHEETINGS
ot nil kinds snd widths; a lull unj complete Slock
of GROCERIES and BOOTS and SHOES.
To my Old Customers an) Friends in Geauga I
should like' to show my Stock; assuring theni Ihat
Fveiy Artii-lc kIiiiII be Hold 4 hi-nn nutl
HI 4 INK J'llM I'! A. WILCOX.
Ptiinesvillc, Oct. 4. 18:.8. 4a7-if
CLOTHING ! !
4. ITLI, ANO CO.UPLKTR STOCK of
11 desirable GOODS 1 1 the line of
Ready Made Clothing,
In nil its varieties of styles and qualities, and
superior mitnufai:tnrr. Also,
Trunks, WiiliSes, l'arpc(Biips,
Snlclifls, Umbrellas, Hosiery, IlandkereLiefs,
inv:il, I'lain ii ii l'n ii cy Sill rim,
JJW Sltirl for Travelinrj, Silk and Mu
tiny Wruppers and Drawer),
A very large assortment of
Gloves aufl Hit teas,
RUBBER COATS, PANTS,
and alniostevci yiliing elite that agentleman needs
for a complete outfit, can he had at the lowest pos
sible I ll -Il Il ices, nt my rooms in "Wilcox
I'ninrtvillc. Nov. 1, 1553
STOCK W HOODS
One Price For Cash
or Heady fiay.
The Undersigned having purchased ti e Entire
S'oek ut Goods, formerly owned by KEX
FORD & CAM 1LLD, is prepcred to oiler i-itra
STAPLES FANCY DRY GOODS.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
Dead)' xMadc Clothing, iVc, &c.
I have e good variety of New Style of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
A full Stock of
Broad Clollis, fasamieres, Satinets, k Jeans;
Also, a good Vsiiny of
BROWN DLEACIIKD SHEETING,
TICKING, STRIPE SHIRTING. DENMNS.
Dlill.l.H.and in laei. nearly everything in ihe
lone; list ot Knmily Wants.
To my old Customers and Friends I would like
to thow my stock, asiunnc them dial every ariHc
shall he 3
SULD CHEAP AND AT ONE PIUTE.
W. T. KEXFOUn, Jn.
Chardon, Dec. 17. 1S53. 4C7-tf
WILKIKS & KELLEY
On Hand Again!!
VirH'il A N V. V AND ViENLKAL AS-
V SORTMENT OF
HATS AND CAPS,
Hardware, Crockery & Glass Ware,
TIN", STONE AND WOODEN WARE,
Winduw-Snsli Glass and I'utlv,
SAILS, DVE STIFFS, IKIISE TiUMlIIXCS,
.ind in fact rtrrylhing iinmlli) and not usm-
ally Ac in Country Slum,
We receive ior the above
K c; U S,
111. A VS.
nnd in fnct,
EVERY THING WE CAN TURN !
Thauklul for past favors, we still wish s share
WILKIN'S Si KELLEY.
Chardon, Nov. 1 J, ItAS. -ttlj.
7 E wish it to ho iinor istond llmt wo will
I? luko, nt nil timi'S. nil kintls nf iitiiorl
in cicliungo for GOODS, that cull do Sold in
tbo Minki'is. and I'ny the liiylirst I'rico foi
FALLOW M' II EAT
RYE anil CORN
OiT-S. HA R LEY, nEANS
GRASS SEED SHEEP PELTS
HIDES of all kinds
DRIED Fni'IT POLLTRY
R. B. W ELTON.
Chardon, Geauga Co.
November 19, ISM. 4oO-4w
IS payinc the highest price in C ASH for
COON, MINK and OTHER FUE SKINS.
N H. Also. DL'YING
Hides and Pelts,
Dec. 31. 1859. 463-tf
CJAI.T-FINE, COARSE, ind DAIRY, in
O Sncks. hv
Novciiibei 13 WILia.VS it KELLEY.
I J. RANDALL.
OPPOSITE CHARD OuY JlOfJSl.
CASH RECEIVED If
Dccf Hides, Pelts, Veal and l)ca
T ALLOW and
Also, For Salt,
EXTRA TALLOW CAUDLES,
BY THE IiOX OR RETAIL,
21UiX. to llie Box. nut nn in nicanrdW
for cuslomers, nil warranted to be as good
as l lie Meiirine Candle in etery reaped,
nnd to bum ns long.
Ecliaiicd for Tallow
In ihe Rough, or Ted, on such
terms as will be satisfactory.
ALSO, FOR SALE, " .
Call and Goat Skins,
COCHINEAL AND FINK TRIMMINGS,
Other Trimmings for Shoe
makers. v.jx inline keg
BY TIIE TE.V SACKS AT 82 i PER SACI.
A SMALL STOCK OF
BUT AWFUL CHEAP !
Merc1inn!8, Dealers nnd Farmer will
Cnd this n good place cither to Buy or
Sull noy of ihe above-named Property. .
jVJi.Dtn'l fail to try my Candlee, yon
teillTr lure to find them ii good at warrant
ed. I have it .Vim I'rocitt for making
Ciiddlte, and Kith Ike public to reap the
Irmfii. L. J. RANDALL.
Nov. 12. IPS?. 462-if
NEW GOODS AT CLARIDON !
C. P. TREAT
IS now receiving, direct from New York, a lsrgs
and well-selected Stock of .
BOOTS A- SHOES,
PAINTS & OILS,
And all Articles usually keptln a Country Store
Thankful lor past fnvori, he solicit, a continuance
f the sitne inviting all lo call and examine his
Goods ami Prices, for ho 19 determined not to t
Undersold by any.
C. P. TR r.AT.
ClnriJon, Sint. 23, 1359. 456-tf
CHARDON INSURANCE AGENCY-
Washington I'nion Insnrnnce CoropnnT
Clerclaiid Miitiml Insurnnce Company i
City IiiMiiimce Coininny,
Aslilnml Insiiriince Company,
Asltland County, Ohio.
Genuga Mutiiul Insurnnce Company
Hope I n sum nee Company,
Formerly W. R. Farmers' Insurance Company,)
Consolidated Insurance Company
MerchuntH Insiintnce Cosnpnny .
Monarch l ire A- Life ln. Compnny,
of London, England.
(Office for this country in New York City.; '
Ohio Life Insurnnce Compuny,
ICrThese well-known Companin conlir.r t
iiinure the safer classes of property it reasor.ati'a
rates for any length of lime, r.ot exceeding liva
years. Thos'- vho would he made secures gainst
loss or damage by lire, call on the ttnderi-ignrd il
Chardou. F. V. CAN ITEM'.
Chardon. August 9tb. 1 1857. S97tf .
lJttch and Clock
St A. CIIIEB.
MAN. Pa xtici L
v. iici a a d Clock
Mikids. beg leave lo an
nounce to the liihobitsntsof
CUftrtlon und Genuga Coun
ty, that they will open a
Shop in CAos-miFNV AVis
Biti'dmc, on the 10th of May, where all work en
trusted lo their cure, w ill be nltended to w ith ac
curacy and dispatch. Having lied 16 jroreus
rieni'i, in l'.nilniid and America, lliey flniter .
ihrnibelves thai they will be able to give, suustse
tion tooll who may favor them wiih I coil.
glTJeieelty repaired and Wotcke '
cleaned in the most tlillful mavver.
BRACES AND TRUSSES REPAIRED.
13. i. A. CH1ES.UAN,
April 30, 1858. 3tf
DYSPEPSIA AND FITS. .
SB. 0. PHELPS BROWN, j
The C R E AT CURE R of CONSUMPTION. J
was lor several venrs BO badiy slUicted by I
Iivspepsii.tbat for a pari of ibe time he sr I
(.c'nfii cl to his bed. He wss eventunlly 1
cured hv a prescription furnished him I f a J
E You .gClnirvoyatitUirl I his prescription,
riven him by a mere child, while in state rf
trance, Ims cur.d everybody who bis Inkeu it,
never Imvintr failed once. It is egoilly as sure in
eaves of FITS as DYSPEPSIA. Th tegredfeitia
may be found in any Drug Store. 1 will send ibis
valuable Prescription to any person on ibe receipt
of one Stamp to pay hostage. Address
PR. O. PHELPS BROWN,
456-3tn No, 21, Grind Street, Jersey Cit-, S J