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, of the GEAUGA
COUNTY Fr.t AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
sirs resetted to meet nt the Agricultural n,
in Clsridon, on the FIHST MATH K DAY IN
JUNEnost. Py Order.
May SO. 488-3W
The Third (Jililrlnrli- Mnrllnt nf llm
Geaugif Baptist Association will be held nt the
Baptist Houec, in this Village, on SATURDAY
and SUNDAY.'Moy 2c!ih mid J'Jih. Services to
commeuce at half-past Ten A.M . mi Sniurdny.
Introductory Sermon ly Elder J. I). Jackson.
.May 80. iisi-lw
II ELIGIOUS NOTH'K..'-TlTVcsicrn I!c
crve Association ol Universalis! will hold n Two
Days' Meeting, at Willout-hby, Lake County. O .
an Wjdnesdoy and Thursday, the lei nnd 2nd
days of next month. Services to commence each
day at iOfi o'clock A.M. A general invitation i.
xtended. S. p. CARLTON,
488-2w Standing Clerk.
AIL'SICAL NOT1CIC The Geauga County
Musical Association will meet nt Ilnm'jden, on
Friday, the 27lliday or May, ut'JO oVl.uk AM.
M. I.. MAYNARD, Secretary.
Also, on the Evening ol the same day, the
Ilambden GIco Club will jive a CONCERT, as
ined by Mr. W, Fassktt, of Paiucsvillo and
Miaa Mariam Tccklr, of C'hardun. The entire
proceeds 10 be devoted to repairs on the Congrega
tional Church in Humbdcn. Uy Order.
ilambden, May SO. 4S8.1w
LITTLE MOUNT aTiCTwT STOCK
wilt have n BALL, at hi, SEW COTTAGE
HALL, on tho Liulo Mountain, which is the
. it !. . .
a,srgesi nan in i ne state, on
Mouduy, the f ourth day of July,
At One o'clock KM.,
DILL j2 oo
This Houee is now and Strong, and capable oTnc
oimda(iiig iilO couple, and Stocking is bound
make every effort to have it pleasant. His
Uilliurd Room nud Bowling Alley will bu in run
ning order and properly managed to make it plea
sant. A General invitation is eitendcd to all who
wish for good lime.
Mi'ita: A. Wkst akdP. I son's Cotillon B.nd.
The Road from the bottom to the Uy ol' the
Mountain will be well Lighted.
.May 30. 4S8.tr
Pr. KOfJACK'S KL'.HI'.DIKS. We pub
lish, in another column of to-day's paper, nn niti
tie copied from the Cincinnati Times, descriptive
f Dr. lloback's extensive medical establishment
in that city. By the way, Dr lloback's Remedies
lis v. obtained a gieat and deserved popularity
with all classes. It has been but a short time
since these Remedies were introduced into our
section of country ; yet Dr. liieuiion, Dr. Koback's
agent in this place, informs us that 4iis sales of
die Blood Tills and Blood l'urifier now far exceed
those of all other medicines for which ho is agent,
combined. The reason for this, is. that they have
stood the test of practical experience. We know
this not only from the miu'hs of o'hurs, but we
have used them in our own family with the very
best results. For a II diseases of the blood, general
debility, whether proceeding from sickness or lioui
natural weakness, indigestion, and all kindred
aliments, we -recommend the Scandinavian Keine
dies as the rfcry ittt medicines extant. They are
destined to achieve', not an ephemeral success.
but a permanent and deserved reputation, which
will render them a necessity in every family.
JXipoleon, 0., North IVest, March 2.
fciee Advertisement. 488 4w
Ilooilitud's (icrinnn Hitlers, p repined'
by Dr. C. M. Jackson, will effectually cure Liver
Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or Ner
vous Debi'ity, Di.-eases of the Kidneys, and all
Diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Etomacli. Every family should have a bottle ol
these Bitters in the house.
Ojtg Dose will instantly relieve a Biek stomach.
One Dose will cure the most distressing heart
barn. Osi Dose will allay any agitation of iho nerves.
Ohe Dose taken an hour before meals, will give
Oss D se will, in many cases, cure the mosi
avera headache, when procee ling from a disor
Thase Bitters can bs nlrtnintdat any DruugistV
nr seller of Patent Meiiicines in 1 lie V. Stales nml
Cauadas. Frico 75 cents per bottle. Seo that th
si.iature of C. Jacksja is 0.1 llu wrapper of
Uue of the most prevalent, nnd at the
lame time troublesome and painful diseases that
attend the human flc.-li. it the Fever and Ague.
For a long time the medical world have lieon con
tinuaily bringing forth numerous specifics (or iis
permanent cure; but all without e fleet. Dr. J.
Hosteller, an experienced and celebrated physician,
lias succeeded in furnishing the public with a valu
able preparation for the cure ol Fever and Ague.
The steady and increasing demand lately made
for the " Bitters," and the universal success at
tending its use, have made for it a reputation un
surpassed by any specific of tho kind. For the
cure of the Fever and Aguo, Dr. Hosteller's cele
brated Stomach Bitters must and should claim a
superiority over any ather preparation extant.
Sold by druggists and dealers generally, every
DOT Sea advertisement in another col 11111.
Hayti, loo!. 48U-1 w
1 .11 POUT ANT TO I'R.WAM.Dr
CIIEESEMAN'S FILLS, prepared by Cornf.i.us
I,, Ciicksema.v, M. D.,Ncw York City, The com
bination of ingredients in these Fills are ttio re
sult of along and extensive practice. They 11 re
mild in llicir operation, andcertuin in correcting
all irregularities Painful Menstruations, removing
all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise,
lieadache, pain in the side, palpitation of the heart,
disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption of
TO MARRIED LADIES,
Dr. Cheoseman's Pills aro invaluable, as they will
bring on the monthly period with regularity. La
dies who have been disappointed in the use of
'.her Fills, can place the utmost conliddnce in Dr.
Cheeseman'e Pills doing all that they represent to
They e'.nuU not bo usei durinj Fregnancy, as
mis-carriage would certainly result thurefroni.
Warranted purely vegetable, and free from any
thing injurious to life or health. Explicit direc
tions, which should be read.uec impmy each box.
Fries CI. Sent by mail on enclosiiisi SI to any
authorised aueut. Sold by one-Druggist in every
town in the (JiiiieJ Status.
Gr.snuL Aofvt fur the United Srrrs,
I61 Chnmburs-St., New. York,
To whom all wholesale orders should he addressed.
bold by A. Cook, Chardon, and Win. 1'n.k,
, HTS! FITS!! FrrsTi!
Dr. Ifunces' Vegetabtt Extract,
Jpr lAe curt vf Fitt, Spmm. Crump, nnd all
Ntruam and cotiililuliuiial diutuui.
PEKSON.-J who are laboring under this dis
tressing malady will lind Huhui-'n
Vegetable Epileptic I'll Is, to he the only
remedy ever discovered lor curing F.pilcnsy or Fal
These Pills possess 0 specific action on tho ner
rou system; and although they are prepared us
pcdstlyTor curing fits, thoy will be found of capo
rial, bsniefit for till persons atllicicd will) weak
etves, or whose nervous system has buen proa
tratedor aliattured from any cnuse whatever. In
cltroniccomplainta.or diseases ui lonEsianding.su
porindueed by nervousness, they are exceedingly
f r'c three dollars per box, or two boxes for five
4IUs. Persons out of the city enclosing a re
niitiance.will have the pills scut to them through
t.?H?.lI.V'V?,of PO"'"go- For enlo by KETH ri.
HANCt. No. 10a, Baltimore Street, Baltimore,
Mil tn wh.1. a..1 t .. I. . w. .
Zu. -M. ,rum nil ports 01 tne untoiaJ
Chardon Market—Retail Price Current
[Reported expressly for the JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT,
by Messrs. WILKINS & KELLEY, Chardon]
ner to at Br,
Dhiid 1-iii:it Apples...-.
HtiTri.a (ij Koll
per in. HI 12
.... -per Ih. to It
per bushel 7 a to I 00
per lb. 14 to lb
per lb. to 14
tie'r lb. Vf.'i
per lb. 13 to 14
per lb. 16 lo'JO
per bush OOto SO
per bushel 7a
per burl (0 10 to 8 Vi
per barrel H fin
per lb. b'(
per lb. 6 4
)i barrel H .VI to $4 00
ner lb. I, W
I Conrr. Klo
C.iMiii.i s Tallow
Corv In Kur
1'l.ui n Kxiia-
Full llry Cod--.
)t barrel g:l M to 4 00
!........ ,-l : t I" ,"" " x
. i.ii- iiicnens oreascil per lb.
. UIU.-JCU ,,. 0-
Una Lord (whiie Mraiued)
Poiik in lu.g
IUisivs .VI. R
per Kill Ion
per lb. BH to 8
per lb. IH to is
per lb. 25
per box 3 00 to 3 23
per irallon "5
Svriii' ( inlden
per gallon 87
per gallon SO
(XT lb. 14 to 16
per lb 14 to 16
per lb. 10
per lb. 9i to 11
10 to 121,'
per lb. 7 to 8
per lb. 25
per lb. 10lo!2i
ns;s New Orleans
I'oll -e twhito).. ......
CLEVELAND MARKETS—MAY 18.
fV.l B-Sules of good extra at $7 SO, to 7,62
Oats -.New W.Victs. in bags at 53c, old 5Bc.
NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET—MAY 18.
Heovcs ranging from 9c to 12c.
Snuir Aim Lambs-Iii moderate demand at
decline of 25(3 ,0c per head.
Swino-Sules at tV6.ie gro?s ft&Xe
?iftOO TIIK Subscriber "wih'le
J0llJ. E.Ml'LOY an Active Reliable Man
in every County to Travel and lake Orders, by
KENNEDY'S MEDICATED 7SEG ARH
AND TOBACCO. Will pay a Salary of f COO to
v. ... ,.njn.MT1 iKuuuiiy. rur suiupie BIIU
lull 1 Ulllculais, addiess
KLLOER l PRESTON,
489-jw 19 William Street. New Y'ork
WOL'LD respectfully anuounco thai I am n.iw
prepared to 1I0 nil kinds ol Custom Work,
Wool Carding, Cloth Dressing, Custom Spinuinu
and Miiinlaoiuriiij. I will take WOuL Tl)
WtJKKON SIIARK-S. or by the yard. 1 have a
hrst rate lotol Fulled Cloths and Flannel on hand
t.iexehan;:e lor W ool. Alsowiil piyCASH FOR
WOOL delivered ill good order at my Factory.
, ., S. E. Sl'ENCER.
South JJiompson, May 20, 185a. 4d-,m4
STOCK, LUJIBEtt AND OTHER PH0PEHTY.
IT consists of 15 Cows, 4 Head of Young Cuttle,
2 Horses, a quantity of Luailier, and other
orticos. Sale to take place nt the late residence of
Cutler Tyler, deceased, in Newbury,
Oi the 2 1st 0 Muy. 18fi9,
commencing at 10 o'clock, A. M.
ISAAC A. TYLER.
Newbury, May 1.1, 1859. 4S7w2
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
I)Y Virtue sf nil Order from the Pre.
I bate Court of Ueaugn County, Ohio, I ahull
ocii, iu uie nigiiesi uiuuer, oil tne
Sth day of June, AD. 1 05!),
beiwcen the hours of One and Four o'clock P.M.
on the. Premises, in the Township of Russell, in
said bounty, the following described Keul r, state
Mtuate ii: the Township of Kustell, 111 suidCoun
ty, nnd known as pun of lit No. 6, in tlie Cun
ter Division of Tract 2, and bounded aslollows:
liegiuning al the north-west corner of said I.il
No. 6, in the center of the rust and west State
Koad, thence south along the west line of said
Lit leu rods; thence 'eust eight rods; thonce
nnrih ten rods to 'the centre ol said road ; thence
west ulonjj tho centre of said road eight rods m
the place ol beginning, containing one-half acre
Also, another Fiecoof Land, in said Russell Town
ship, being part of Lot No. '., in the Cenur
Divisun of Tract No 2, and part of Lot No. 13
in Tract No. One. Commencing nt 0 point in
the west line of eiii-l Lot No. 9. just 35 rods
north ol tho center of the east and wost center
Ko.vl, and running thence north 7s. east 33
rods; thence north 49X 0 . east nine rods and
ten links; thence north 7. east ten rods;
thence 59 s. 15 rods nnd nine links
to the west line of land deeded by Christopher
E lic to Samuel S. Ayres; thence north on said
line to tne north linunl snid Lot No. 13; theme
west along the said north Hue of suid Let No
13 to the .enter ol ihe Chugrin River: ill nice
southwardly clown the centre of snid R vcr to
I Hid formerly deeded by Harmon Chnmb.irlin to
Nathaniel Robinson, jr.; thence south to the
place of liegiiiuiuir, to contain, as is supposed
twonly-eighi and S-IOOlh acre of luud.
Tlrvx r.F Sale : One-fourth ol tho purchase
money in hand, one-fourth in 1) months, one-fourth
in If months, and 1 lie remaining one-fourth ill two
years. Deterred paymenlson annual interest.and
secured as required by law.
Guardian of Calvin and Sophia Robinson.
May 20, lt59. 4 8,-1 w 4
CHOICE FIRST CLASS INSUEANCE
OF HARTFORD, CONN.,
INCORPORATED 1819, Charier Ptrprtnal.
FIRE AD I N L AND NAVIGA
Calls the attention of its friends, patrons and the
public generally, to the follow iug facts :
OF ITS tUVINli
A CASH CAPITAL OF $1,009,000,
WITH ASSETS A.U0l'MIG TO SI, 507,920 08.
lias transacted Business successfully
40 YE A IIS, .
ANn coNmTES to rouw:ss in heai.tii, wealth
Paid anJlg?;rci;alcLoi$ of over 12,000,000.
Is organised on n National basis, with local agen
cies in all principal places, under a Mercan
tile system ; founded on a Cash Standard
with an enviuble reputation aliko the san s
on the banks of the Hudson or the Missis
sippi, the Oulf of Mexico, or ihe North
cm Lakes; presenting a powerful
orgauiaiion as a conservator of
public good nud bond of integrity;
equal to all emergencies it
underlukes, worthy Ihe
SIlillLllY AMD D.ON1TY
Eminent AMERICAN COKPOHATION
ON MKUIT AI.ONH,
FOUNDING ITS CLAIMS
to ri ruo.vAti h and tavor.
Affording facilities and Security in matters of In
surnnce Commercial, Mochonicul, Mercan
ieal or Rural, while ranking for im
portance and public service the
First of Insurance Companies in America,
Rates and Rules ss liberal as tho risks assumed
permit for solvency and fair profit.
Farliculur attention given to Insuring Dwellings
and Farm l'roperly generally from I to 5 yeurs.
LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED AND
Applications solicited and Policies issued by .
E. V. CANF1KI.D,
Agent at Cliurdon, Ohio.
May 6, 1859. 48fl.3m
TnE II E 8 r TEA l OK 4s., warranted
STATE OK OHIO, OKAt'tiA COUNTY, 88.
Dsvid Ames, Plaintiff, J
i .. . Court of Common Pleas.
James M. Younsf.m a
rP",E Xnl,i M Young, s non-ro.hlmt of
vino isnoiiueu inni tne risiiiiiti,
on the 10th day of May. 18S9, tiled In the Clerk's
ollice or the Court aforesaid, his Pstltion agnlnsl
Defendants, setting forth that nn the 1'ithdsyof
April, IH09, ihe snid James M. Young, fraudu
lently claiming tills to certain hinds In lows, con
veyed the same to I'laintifTfor four hundred ded
lars, paid in note for $M, and horse, harness,
wagons, An. That to said lands laid James M
Young had no title whatsoever, and by means
and reason of said fi indolent conveyance Flats
tiffhad been damaged to ihe amount of loS t and
nravitw 'I i. rax linl,li,, anua..BB... .
' " - s, , vii.,-.niice Tmn,nnn
restitution toFlaluiiff of said articles of iertonal
ii,n,i .j , nu urn stiiu j nines n. voting shall do-
1 1 , f. P i r M l.i 1 .a nn n ... In. I . I m J I .
, ' L.,.,.. ,um cniu .ru ni,U HSU ing TOr S
judement of 105,ilsmages ngalnst snid James M.
- i,u f uiuci ,n nuncnnioni nas issueo
in snid ease, and a notice in garnishment served
..vll ..a invl,,, .),I,,1I1ICI1 II1U
injunction allowed. Snid Deleadnm will answer
by tho time specified by statute in such ease made
pud provided, or judgment will be taken against
him, a nn default.
FORK 1ST A. SMITH, All'ye for Plaintiff.
May 20, 1859. 4,,8w6
ATTENTION, FARMERS OF GEAUGA
SYR ACUSE FIRST PREMIUM
TTTITH which s successful Reaping Attach-
iii.nl is luriiiHiieu
AULTMAN it MILLER'S PATENT,
At I has rVMss lasail PsaAliMn1 f:l A T: I I u
... iinui g ivm j rini rver iicia
In thi country, at Syracuse, N. Y., July. 1837. l'ie
GiAXD VOID MEDAL AND DIPLOMA
offered by the United States Agricultural Society
lor the best Mowing Machine, was awarded to
this Machine over Manny's, Ketehum's, Biirrsll'a,
llnl enbeek's, Allen's, KirbyV, Heath's, Hovey V
the Ohm Mower, and a number ol others.
This Machine received the First Premium at
I lie lollnwing Couniy Trials, in the year 18jS:
lruniliullCo.,CloikCn.,HoriKeCo., Albany Co.,
V Y., Duchess Co., N. Y.. tlueens Co., Long
Island and nt the Orwoll Unbm Agricultural &
ciety J-nir, Ashlabulo Co., and GcnngaCo., and nt
many other Field Trials-the only place in which
Ihe true merits of a Machine enn be seen.
This Machine also took the First Premium at
the following Slate Trials in 1857-8 1 Indians,
NeW 1 Ork. (!0IHIPlliilll tnruta.,l L-n..... I
,;. . ; .-.7. ..,, u,iTii, ui,,,
Western irginin. nnd numerous oiher State.
"uu"l lunil vwniui.
nv.rnn.lli,ii,.,n,l l...:l ....I -.1.1 ,dro
.... .....u,.,, wuill U1IU SUIU ill
and the principal of the
Double-Hinge Jointed and Folding Bar,
Ii.lnna (A tl.! Sn..l.l... . .1.. ;
- " .Tiuviiiic BAciuxiveiy, is por
muneiitly csiublished us the true one for
TUB PERFECT MOWER.
Tl.!- Xfnnl.ln,.. lll-.l-r.il. ,.
...a i,.,,,,,,, b uiaoe ium in sucu a mannor
that it can pass through any gate or door that an
.j ....u,. ,,,u itt.n iiuiinrd iroill
ma weaiuer wittioui trouble, being as portable as a
For terms and full particulars address
R.M. JOHNSON. Agent.
Middtrfield, Ueanga County, Ohio.
May 13. 1859. 487if
i nn mr-
It la a fact that, at some period, every mem
ber of the human family is subject to disease
or disturbance of the bodily functions; but,
with the aid of a good tonio and the cxeroiss
of plain common sense, they may be able bo to
regulate the system ss to secure permanent
health. In order to accomplish this desired
ebject, the true course to pursue Is certainly
that which will produce a natural stats of
things at the least hatard of vital strength and
life. For this purpose, Dr. Hosteller has in
troduced to this country a preparation bearing
his name, which is not a new medicine, but one
that has been tried for years, giving satisfac
tion to all who havo used it. The Hitters
operate powerfully upon the stomach, bowcla,
and liver, restoring them to a healthy and
vigorous action, and thuB. by the simple pro
cess of strengthening nature, enable the sys
tem to triumph over disease.
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nau
sea, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, or any bilious
Complaints, arising from a morbid inaction
of the Stomach or Bowels, producing Cramps,
Dysentery, Colic, Cholera Morbus, &o., these
Bitters have no equal.
Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, so generally con
tracted by new settlers, and caused principally
by the change of water and diet, will be speedily
regulated by a brief use of this preparation
Dyspepsia, a disease which is probably mors
prevalent, in all its various forms, than any
other, and the cause of which may always
be attributed to dorangements of the digestive
organs, can be curod without fail by using
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH HITTERS, as poi
directions on the bottle. For this disease every
physician will recommend Bitters of some kind ;
then why not use an article known to be infal
lible ? AH nations have their Bitter's, as a pre
ventive of disease and strengthener of Ihe sys
tem in genoral ; and among them all there is
not to be found a more healthy people than
the Germans, from whom Ibis preparation ema
nated, based upon scientific experiments which
have tended to prove tbe value of this great
preparation in the scale of medical science.
Fever and Aouk. This 'trying and provok
ing disease, which fixes its relentless grasp on
the body of man, reducing him to a mere sha
dow in a short time, and rendering him phy
sically and mentally useless,- can be driven
from the body by the use of HOSTETTER'S
RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, none of the
above-staled diseases can be contracted, even
In exposed situations, if the Bitters are used
as per directions. And as they neither create
nausea nor offend the palate, and render un
necessary any change of diet or interruption
of ordinary pursuits, but promote sound sleep
and healthy digestion, the complaint is re
moved as speedily as is consistent with the pro
duction of a thorough and permanent euro.
For Pirtotu in Advanetd Year; who are
suffering from an enfeebled constitution and
infirm body, these Bitters are invaluable as a
restorative of strength and vigor, and need
only be tried to be appreciated. And t a
mother while nursing these Bitters are indis
pensable, especially where the mother's nour
ishment is inadequate to the demands of the
child, consequently her strength must yield,
and here It is where a good tonic, such as
Uostetter's Stomach Bitters, is needed to impart
temporary strength and vigor to the system.
Ladies should by all means try this remedy
for all cases sf debility, and, before so doing,
should ask their physician, who, if he is
acquainted with the virtue of the Bitters,' will
recommend their use in all cases of weakness.
CAUTION. We caution the publio against using
any of the many imitations or counterfeits, but aak
for Hcstetteb's Celebbaved E rouse Bitters,
and see that each bottle has the words "Dr. J.
lloite tier's Stomach Bitters" blown on the aide
of the bottle, and stampod- on the inetallio cap
covering the cork, and observe that our autograph
signature is on the label.
f Prepared and sold by HOBTETTBR at
SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all
druggists, grocers, and . dealera generally
throughout the United States, Canada, Bouth
Amerioa, and Oormaar.
lor nhIo by A. COOK, nud JOHN
NICIIOI.a. in CliHrdon,
end bv Druggists and Dealers genornlly.
ii. S3;i3. 47;Myln&oa
DIood Purifier and Iiluod hk
Scandinavian Remedies ! 1
WIIF-Jf nn. ROHAt K, the celebrated
,,. 8wMl'h Physician, introduced his Blood
Purifier and lilood Pills in tho United States, lie
set forth in plnin language their curative proper
ties. I his waa years jgo. The task of recom
mending ihom has since been !irn bhI tl kn knd$.
Enlightened men whose cheratted lor sound judg.
nieni and philosophy, gives their opinions weight
in the community, men who observe, reflect, and
make " assurnnce doubly sure" beinre they decide
-are everywhere approving and urging ihe iim of
these wonderlul preparations. All who confide in
the wisdom and hones, y of this class, or who chose
to investigate for themselves are now of vnt mind
on this important subject
Dr. Kolrack invites the attention or the sick to the
OHiniVAL T.iT"i"r i.-iu
from members of the medical profession, editors ol
public journals, well-known merehaiiisand Farm
era, and Ladieaol the highest respectability, giving
accounts of exlrnnriliriiirw nr..d u,-..,,nl., l.u l.u
remeJics, of which cures they themselves were
These parties may be consulted personally or by
letter, by tlion who have anv doubt unon the ),.
jeet The evidence in the possession of Dr. Ro
back, which is at all times accessible to the public,
eatablishea the following
That the Biitiod I'lmrirs and Blood Puu liavo
been proved by analysis to
Csiiiluin mo Mioeinl
That they cure the almost universal complaint,
w'lh mifrritiir certainly, aud in a very short time.
1'hal after all other medicines have proved useless,
they relieve Liver ComplHiiitx,
and restore the health and s'rengih ol the sufferer
That SICK FEMALF.S.
who have languished for years in hulp'css weak
ness and despondency, recuperate with great
rapidity tiuder iheir invigorating operation That
uimuiuuc, aic renioveu ny uieir coruiai
and gen tly stimulating properties. That the recruit
however they may have been trifled with and
abused: ihst their dlrucl ii,,ln.t i Iun...l
lile.and render it cnjoyuble. Tlul.oporating direct-
j ,ipv ,110 fwvn mj wsratr in iir 00.4a, liiey
Chuhp anon tn Ilfiii.
and discharge from tho system, every taint of Scro-
..v...-. nbiLuiiuij v. uiiii-rwise. 1 uai iney
lU'cruit the Debilitated,
and thai there is no disease of the Stomach ami
H iwe'.s, the Liver, the Nervous System, the Skin,
(lautle or Muscles, in which they do not give
prompt rrlirl, nnd, if odminincred before the very
citadel of lie has been invaded 1 ,r....i ...
.... . -jf--. -
Uftfl prrject curt.
near 111 mimi inni me rt. Dl.N AVI A N
VEGETABLE HLOOD PILLS are endorsed by
-c--nuo living niiuedlH'S,
who. in letters, oihdavitH, nimlirnl w.irkf, and by
"i muuwi, t1ruu.11.1m mem 10 ie in? very oesl
prqmruiiun o) die KiikI ever ofl'"red lo the broken
down vicUins of ill health. They hunt dioe
through evwry nvetuie ami organ f this Bystem,
mill to flIIM'l it thnriimtlilv nti.l fsra..sl
No one can doubt then supriorhy altor one
iilalsw Irinl thnw nra sin nnU lusts.. : r .
...... iiciirji 1IUI. 111 inn,
chun per than ntiy other Fills, for it takes a lest)
u'm ' w i) 1 live n wuer eneci.
Price of thesScandinavinn VciretBhlc blood Pnri
firtr, per battle, or $5 per half doaen. Ol the
ScandinTian Vegetable lilood Jftlls, cants Dor
ivy.. n- k r A I
WVA . Kit sf WAC I VI (I I .
Head Dr. Koback s Special Noticea and Certifi
cates, published in a conspicuous part of this Paper
from time lo time.
Dr Koback 'a Medical Almanac and Family
Adviser, ennmimniy .., ! i . :
.nJ .),,.l.l. M..1.-.I r.,- t! .
... t..u., a. ,., ion, ,-nn no nnu
gratis of any of his Agents throughout the country :
. u, ut. ui lunipii mivu cases, ur ivooaca
may be consulted personally or by letter, enclos-
MB D,UI I,. I hid irjii;
Principal Olfico and (Sale Rooms, No. t East
Fourth Street, 3d 'tuilding from Main Street, Ciu
cinnati.O. l.nhoratory in Hnmmond Street
p',ir In tlm....m I'... 1. .. A r.t
don ; J. Smith, I hntupsoii ;OKO.SAnt.t:a.Parkman,
11 w ii,,.!-. inn...;ti.. i c. .
- " ., ,,fi,iv,,ic ; nuu uy l-TUggtsia anu
Merchants generully lliroughoui the Union.
May 20, :!. 483-ly
At? p a
SPRING ARRAXCEMEXT 100
For Dairymen. lOvi.
1 AM SKI.M1V A Flit ST OITA1.ITV
J, of CHEESE VATS.with Metallic Outsidca, at
tne luilowing t,o rrices :
80 gall. Vut, complete for IS to 50 Cowe, $16
93 gall. Vai, complete for 2o to 30 Cows, !S
(tthtr .SitfM in nronnrtii..
Evcry Vat is Warranted to give satisfaction to
tne purcnascr, or iney nave the privilege ol return
ing them. also.
Maiinfucturerof all kinds of TIN and COPPER
WORK;, all kinds of TINNER'S WARE for
onie, rSAML. Syt'IKE
Chardon, Mar. 25. 1W59. 460-ly
Flour aud Feed Store iu Chardon.
WOUMj IIESPKC'TFUM.Y INFORM
the Citizens of Chardon and its Vicinity,
that Ihev hnve iust OPENED a new FLOUR and
FEED STORE, One Door West of Chase's Hotel.
1 hey will koep constantly on hand and for Sale,
all ihe various Orades of Flour, varying in price
from 85 to 97 ; also, SEED GRAIN of ail kinds.
TiifV Intend to SELL LOW fur CASH.
They have, also, in connection with iheir Store, a
for the accommodation of the people of Chardon.
The patronage of the Public is most resuectlullr
solicited. . I
Chsrdon, Mnr. 4, 1859. 477-lf
WILRINS & KELLLY
On Hand Again!!
WITH A NEW AND GENERAL AS
HATS AND CAPS.
Hardware, Crockery & Glass Ware,
TIN, STONE AND WOODEN WARE,
Window-Sunn blatx and Putlv,
NAILSrUVB STIFFS, IKILSE TKt'rl MIXCS,
.Ind in fact everything uiuully and not usu
ally kept in Country Store,
We receive lor the above
ii A K D.
and io fact,
EVERY THING WE CAN TURN I
Thankful for naat favors, we still wish a share
of your Patronage. .
Chardon, Nov. 12, IBM. 462
WANTEH, Sheep Pelts. Grain, Butetr, Uaga,
and Cheese, lor which wa will nav the
highest market price.
Nov. 12 WILKINS Sc. KEI.LEY.
Y o u n a
THIS CKLKBRATF.D MORGAN HOUSE
will stand for the improvement of slock, the eu
suing sessou, at the stable of Ephraini Sacktlts.
in Thompson, Oeaug a Co. till tlw first of Juns
next, snd the balance ol the ecaaon at Norton
(lames', near the centre of Thompson.
Voting Senrcher was sired by the celebrated
Old earcher, formerly owned by Miner Andrews,
of Franklin, PonageCo., Ohio.
TERMS (4 lor single service, and $4 to insure
a Inal. For lull intoriiiatiun anil pedigree relcr lo
Kl'HH AIM SACKETT.
Tbompeon, Ajiril S2, itiis). inS
ic w MillijietV Shop.
jTIS8 M. IIRRKIMAIV, would Im y to
xjt Ladles of Dun on and Vicinity that she hoa
a Large Hnpply l Bonnets, Ribbons. Flowers and
i inery tAxls of all kinds, which she will Sell
at the Lowest Prices, and hopes lo merit a si, or
of your pal ron ngs
Custom Work of sll kinds done Neatness and
Itmm. over Juhnton Tulllt'e Sttre.
May 6, lr,9 4HC3w
MISS 8. A. BEARD
WHXI iHform her Frirdda mid the
Public senernllv. ihm ! .!,
0PKM.1G K JULtllEfl'S SHOP H BIRTH.
ROOMS IS THE PARSONAGE, one doo,
South ol the Presbyterian Church.
Duuneu u aM klllll! jja,it tg lnIfr
articular attention paid lo Bleaching and
Burton, April 1, IM9. 4R13m
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.!
IIFNDHVX UOLI.II INFORM
XrJ. her old Friends and Cualomers. thai h.- ha .
jnst received her spring supply of of Ml LL1.N F.RY
v.,.-,, which consists in part ol ,'onnets, Ihm
net and Csp Trimming., Ribbons, Artificial
r lowers, 6tc, cc.
She is now piepnred to do all work in her line
to the entire eutislnctiou ol all thoso who mat
lavor her with s call
f" Old Honnois UleacheJ &. Trimmed as usual.
.Viojv ti H tain evr V. H. Itrmlriji'i
Grocery, one door N'ouf of Court Hou$r.
Chardon Apnl 8, 1M59. 4H2-tf
Millinery and Dress MaMnff.
MISS L. a7 KNAPP,
( i'tirtnmru t.t 11,, ,, Hn
W' l'l inlonii the I'libllr, thnt ah"
hn in., i IPl.-V I'll m win m I luce,
and DHKSS.M A ItlMl L'-l'l-a'ih i'iivi l-'vi'- :..
the House recently occupied by the vVidow Hoyt,
; " n,cl oner, aim i uuue. rtquare, v.nur-
Oil. Ohio. llaviiK. hnd mn.M I.L.
in ber busine.s. i.iu.a ..,.un.i
Vii r im ' 1,er wil'' their iiatronnge.
"i miraoi iionneie, lupaand llead-Diesses
kept constantly on hand.
rartieulnr ntinml ,n nt.t ,n n..:-. rv.... n
nets ol all kinds
Chardon, April 1, 18'9. 481.3m
J. V, HOLMS.
THANKFl'L for Ihe libenil I'Htronnge
l,e has received in liis Clashes in Writing,
i...uifl ui aiiiiuuiiciug io uie peoine ol
l.eeuga County, that li'e will Visit the Towns
through the Countv Teaching and Introducing
hiroug's System of Penmsnsliip. The System is
the most seiuutitic, rapid, easy and beautiful of
any ever offered lo the public, and needs only to
be-seen to be appreeiaieil. Mr. liollis being a
eratlunlft mulr-r A 1. Strn,,,. i..,pl,. ,i,. A
System he .Sells, and will leave nothing undone to
e'. o.nipiuciioii iu nis pairons.
t Strong's System is also for Sole by Dr. JOHN
NICHOLS. Dealer in Plain and Fancy Stationery,
Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, ic, Cliurdon, O.
May fi, IS.,9 4iC-Jw
WARRANTY DEErtS.-Just ptinied and
r, .inn .rmcr, a lar lequanuty
of Warranty Deeda.whichwill bo sold L i ihe quirt
w,M.-ii. iuii-uuiii, ur single wiana.
Chardon, April I, 1H.M,
JJTEARINE ANU TALLOW CAMH.ES
J by the pound or box, constantly on hand,
Nv. 1 WILKINS Sc. KELLEY
Nov. 12 ' WILKINS Sc. KELLEY
WW FFFECTUA I.I.Y CURE
LIVER COMPHINT, UVSrEPSIA, JAUNDICE,
CArunicoi iVervous Vtbilttu. Uittutu at Itr Kid
neys, and all diseases arising from a disordered
stiver or ciiotnncn,
Slt'U AS CONSTIPATION, INWARD
Piles, Fulness or lilood to the Head, Acidity
of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust ol
Food, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach. Sour
Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of
the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and
Difficult Breathing. Fluttering ni the Heart, t hok
ing or SutTocating Sensations when in a lying pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs beinre the
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Defici
ency ol Porspirnlion, Yellowness of the Skin and
Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, &c
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in ihe Flesh.
Constant Imagininga of Evil, and Great Depres
sion of Spirits.
The proprietors, ir. railing the attention of the
public to this orenaration. do so with n IcAlina ni
Ihe utmost confidence in its virtues snd adaptation
lo the diseases for which it is recommended.
ll is no new end untried article but one that has
stood the tesi ol a ten years trial belore the Amer
ican people, and iis reputation and sale are unri
valled by any similar preparation extant. The lee-
irnony in us mvor given ny prominent and well
known Physicians and individuals in all imri. ol
tho eounlrv is illllneliiir. snd A rnrclnl ,u.ri,knl nf
ne Aim inac, puousneu annually py the proprie
tor, an I to be had e rails of any of his Audits.
canuoi but satisfy the mosl skeptical lhat this re
medy is realty Deserving tliu great celeority it has
For the I peedy Cure of
Coughs. Colds, Jiijlaeitza, Croup, Hoarseness,
Brom-hitis, Pneumonia Diseases of the Buwels
arising frum Cold. Jm ipiint Consumption, and
for the relief and if at all po.sihle) cuie of pall.
nils in adqmiced siaies oj the lattee disease.
q"MIIS CELICBUATRD I'lt F.Pei R A.
X lion, like the Bitiera, may be confidently re
lied on. It is desiened lor a elasa of diseases inula
general and more total ihnn any other to which the
people ol tms country are subject those bpnngtng
from a "slight cold." That eminent authority
Dr. Bell, save ; " I will not sav thai colds are ni
our inhabitants what the plague aud iellom Jevei
are to those of other countries ; but, I can aver
confidently that they usher in disease of greater
complicity end mortality than these latter."
A lurtlier proof ol the terrible taiallty of diseases
resulting from a " rnmmeM cold' mov be seen bv a
glance at Ihe following statistics, taken from the
Records of the Hourd of Health of Philadelphia,
coniesseaiy one oi tne most Healthy localities in
the Union :
1BW Total deaths in Philadelphia 10,261
Died of Consumption 1,912
Died of all othor diseases (250
iu number) 8,319
1853 Total deaths
Died of Consumption
Died of all other diseases
1851 Total deaths
Died of Consumption 2,178
Died ol all other diseases 9,63C
From these figures, it will be seen lhat ncsrlv
une-iuuriii in in? loiai ueuius in ine couniry are
. .r . I. ..,
causea oy uonsumpuon, to say Homing ol tne nu
merous other diseases springing fronts "slight
Dn not trifle with vour health: but. if suffering
from a Cough, or Cold on the Lungs, buy a bottle
olHOOFLAND'6 BALSAMIC COR DIAL, and
you may safely count on a cure. Thousands have
douo so, and have certified to iis wonderful effects.
Coughs sometimes proceed Ironi s disordered or
dyspeptic state ol the stomach, iu which ease tho
German Bitters should ho used. Iu cases ol weak
ness, or gelTeral debility ol Ihe system, resulting
from a protracted Cough, the Gormen Hitlers will
be fount' of great ben. lit.
"" Prepared only by Dr. C. M. JuckBon, 418 Arch
Street. Philadelphia, and tor Sale by Druggists
and Storekeepers throughout the United Slates
and Canada. Price V cents pet boitle
Jtnni'Y 7, my. 4ii!-lyin. I
liV'"1" KerM' ""d from
t the (,our ol Coriiuiun I'leasof Ashtabula (....
, ,'.1 llrec,e "'"I delivered, wherein Knu-
uall Ac llurlone are l'lniniiir. nA lkn in.i.i.it
and llenjamin Roberta Delendnnts, 1 have levied'
upon snd shall orler for Sole at Public Auction,
On the 23d day of Muy, 1859,
between the hours of One nnd Four o'clock P M. '
of id day, on :he Premises oceiipten by Daniel P. !
Il irtlell.ln Uinl'ownshipiif Newbury, in ihe County
of liesugi, the following Proiierly, to wii j I
One boy ,Maro, one 2-herse Luiulwr WngonMjvo
l-hore Lumber Wagons, one 2.iorso Moogli,
one Cutter, one sell of Double Ifnrucss, one
,,"" i uae, anu one l.esiner llaller.
1 i.ms Cash on day of Sole
bi r no- . (J' WHITE, Sheriff.
Mierit! s t HUf-c. Ueauira Coumv.
May 13, 1859.
N rnrunnre of Hn rdcr of th( Pro-
bSteCouH.of f.fkllffn f',.,.nl.. fll.in 1 .U.ll
,, , 4 noun
' on 1 .TTtl'T 'hh'!f",l Wd,.k,r-
I ,.TBn .'':1"cl A M , the undivided two-sevenths.
it ueing the interest ol Cyrus M- and Julht K. Foot,
miimrs and wards ol ihe undersigned, in the fol
lowing Premises, to wii ;
''" lol No. 2b, 27 snd 2.-1 ii ihe Town Plat
of Chardon, in said County, nuu bounded as ful-
luw": Uegiuning at the south we.t corner of
TtZS, HAte IE "1 .rite
,- " t ' K - -. '"'ainiiig s rons or
i.auo i-aiiijeci io anu encunitiereit by the ;?.
ta'e of Nancy Foot therein, beiig nn Folate
duni'tl widowhood crsaled bwyKe will of Cyrus I
l-'ool. Ot "eased.
The joint interest of said miners oppraisef! nt S-'S
'I't.R.Ms: On.-i'.nlf the purchase money in hand
tlie bnlunoe in in nioMln
NANCY FOu'F, Ouardiin of said Minors.
April 29, I8.VI. 4H.',.4w
Mil GUI I T'S NALIJ.
I N obedience lo the requii i-inriits of nn
I Order of Sale, isMied from the Oti'. -e of the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, fur ihe Coun
ty or Ueauga, and State ol Ohio, in a certain sui'
wherein Allrea J. S. Barnes, Administrator on the
Estate of AbnerBowc, deceased, is plaiuiifi. and
Ihomas , Popplcwell is di lendant, to me dneeted
and delivered, I have caused to be appraised ami
shall expose to sole at Public Vendue, ol the Door
ol iheCOL'UT HOUSE, in CHAIlDON.in said
Saturday, the 2S day of May. .7.7) )R3ft,
between the hours of Nine o'clock A.M. and Four
o'clock P.M. of said day, the following dcscnWd
Piece or Parcel ol Land, to wit
Situate in Purkntun, in said County of Geattga,
and State of Ohio, bounded as follows, viz.
North by the road running from Fsrmingiun to
Midd.elielJ ; east by luud luea owned by 1 fios.
Popplcwell nnd land then owned bv A. Olcnn ;
on the north by David Devenporfs lands, und
on the west by David Dcvonpurt's land and land
owned by J. Evens, containing fuurteeit acres, I
mute or less.
Ssid premises appraised at i375.
'I'iRMS or Sale: Casli on duv of PaV.
E. O. Will I E,
, . Sherilf nnd Special Master in Chancery.
Sheriffs Ortice, Geauga Co.,
April 22, 1859. l-5w
BY Virtue? ol un Order of Mile lsned
from ihe Court of Common Pleas, ut
County, Ohio, wherein Oeorge Loughion is l'luin-
iiii. nuu cnas rowier nua oincrs detciiuants, 1
shall ofler for Salo, al thu COURT llUL'SE.'in
CHARDON, on tho
Twenty-Eighth day of May, A D 1R50,
between the hours of Ten o'clock A.M. and Four
o'clock P.M. ol said day, the following described
Real Estate, to wit :
Situate in the Township of Burton, being No 7.
in the 7th Range of Townships, in the Connecti
cut Wesicrn.Keoerve.iu the State of Ohio, and
which ia also iu the County of Oenuga, and is
known by being pari of Lot No. so, and is
bounded as follows : South by Lot No. 60, own
ed by Eli Fowler; east by the Town Line, which
is also the West Line of Middlefield , ntrfli l,v
Lot No. 40, and extending west far enough lo
contain 50 acres of land ; excepting and reeerv
Ing the following set -off as a family homestead,
to wil.: Beginning 28 rods east of the south
west corner of the said piece of land ; thence
north IG rods to a post; thence east 24 rods
thence south 16 rods ; thence west 24 rods In the
place ol liegmning, containing two und one-half
ucres of land.
ALSO, ANOTlitn VIKCE OF LAND.
Situate in the Township of Middlelield, in eaid
County, and known as being the south-west
corner of I,oi No. 20, and is bounded as follows,
to wit: Beginning at a post standing in the
south-west corner of said Lot.No. 20; thence
north on the line of the Lot or Section 19 chains
and nineteen links to a post; thence cast lo the
west line of Oeorge Russell's land; thence
south to the south line ol the Lot; thence west
to Ihe id ace of beginning, containing sixty-six
, and fourteen one-hundredth neres of land, be
ihe same more or less, but subject to all legal
Said firsi niece appraised at s.1425 00,
pit-CB oppiHIBCU HI t-IOO UU.
1 tRus: Oasn on day ol st I;.
fc n. wrriTr. si,..;?-
Sh-irifTs Office, Geauga Co.,
April n, lew. 4P4-5w
IN obedience to the requirements of an
Order of Sale, issued Irom the OHice of the Clerk
of the Court olConiniuiiPleas.for the Co of Geauga,
and the State of Ohio, in a certain suit wherein
Harvey Harrington is pluintilf, and Uriah Ackley
and others are detendanta, to ine directed aud de
livered, 1 have caused to bu appraised and shall
expose io Sale at Public Vendue, ut the' Door of
the lut'll r JlULSti, in CHAKDON, in said
Sulurdnu. Ihe 281 day of Mau. A I), 1839
between the Hours uf Nine o'clock A.M. and Four
o'clock P.M. of suid day, the lollowing described
i r.ici or A.01 ui iauo,
Situate in the Township of Bainbridge, and w'liich
is also in the County ol Geauga, and Stale of
t)hio, and is known by being No. 6, in the 9th
Kange ol lownships in the Connecticut West
ern iicscrvu, ana is uouunetl as lollo vs, viz. :
Beginning at a a'ake sion ling at the south-west
corner ol the Old Mill Plat, described in Harvev
Waldo's Deed to Ebeuezer llojikins, junior, nnu
runs Irom said corner south forty-five degrees,
oaftcighty-livelinke-, thence south eijhty eight
degrees, cast four chains i thence north three
degrees, west one chain and loity links ; thence I
north 47 degreee, west two chains 35K links
to the intersection of the north-west line
of the Mill Plat: thence on said line south
fifty degrees, west three chains and eighty-four
links lo tho place of beginning, eonininin"!
eighiy-sii one-hundreih clii-lOti of an acie oil
Land, ha ihe same more or less, subject to all
Said premises appraised at f.200.
Tirms or Sale : -Cash on day of Sale.
E. u. WHITE,
Sheriff and Special Master in Chuncery
Sheriffs OHice, Gesuga Co.,
April i, 18..9. 4S4-5w
BY Virtue of a Final Order of Rale,
issued Irom the Office of the Clerk ol the
Court of Common Pleas ol Geauga County, t hio.
...1 A I I r-l-l. !. ., :. .:- ,
'iin Aiuiuiiu vnis u riuiuun, anu uuver
Raymond is Defendant, to me directed and deli
vered, 1 have caused to be appraised and shall ei
tTo uk"'!"' iiouriE0 ViAVno0f,ht'l'-
Comuv on CHARDON, tn id
between the hours of Nino o'clock A.M. and Four
. .. , , ,,
o'ciocs r.m. oi saia aay, me ronowiuj? uescriueu
I met or Lot ol Land, lo wit -.
Situate in the Township of MitMleftcId, No. 7, in
the Sth Rango of Townships, in tbe Connecticut
Western Reserve, in the Mate til Ohio, and
which is also in the County of Geauga, and ia
known by being part of Lot No. 16, and is
bounded as follows : Beginning al a post stand
ing in ihe south-cast corner of eaid Lot t thence
west on the south line of said lal thirty-nine
rnains in a nos; inenoe norm on a marked
line twenty-three ohains nnd threo links to a
post i tnence eaat on a marked line thiriy-num
chains and twenty iinka to a post; thence south
nn the Town Lino twenty-three chains and ten
links to the place of beginning, and contains by
survey ninety and lS.loO acres of Land, be tho
same mor. or lesa, but subject to all legal high
ways, Said Premises appraised al IIA23.
TtKMSof eaur i Cash in hand.
E. G. WHITE,
Sheriff and Speeiol Master in Chancery.
Sheriff a Ollice, Onauga Co.,
April 'ii. Ibj9. 481-Sw
tllK M IB!' It I II Fit IS tltr:fAltr;i
lo make f OFITNS lo order, am! aileud
wiih a HEARSE if required. Reaidence two
miles south of Newbury Comer,
JOHN jr. OtiF.R.
Ncw'jnrr, March IBlli, IVj'X i',9 3w
in Painesville, lor in. purp.5. of irylngTn
Spring and Summfr
iew & Beautiful Bonnets!
and all kinds
Milliner j Goods.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
A pH A. J. KITTHFIM.fK IS NOW
, 'ondy to furnish everything in Ihe milliner
cepartment in ihe Ulf.-l styles aud dels confident
Hie can give iicrfcct satislactiou to nil ladies who
w.ui d consult their own .er,, wj not fall 10
call hororo purchasing elsewhere.
Slrm IllfBdifd nnd Prrwd. Trimming done
Willi !ruliim and UtupRich.
Rooms iu Ilissel tt. Kmc new Illwk, cornet
.Maine and htale Streets, Poinesville. Ohio
a mo A. J KITTKEIHIB.'
April 22, 1859. 444.3n,'
Tim: I ,M)r:nsi(.M;n ni:(;s to ih
lorm his Friends and Customers, that he is
receiv iug his
which have lieeu selecUil with great care express
ly for Ihe trade of this vicinity. He does not ea-
Linux nit ess hood,
Stella, Cashmere. Prnehn, Crape and Thibet
OLOVF..S AND HOSIERY,
8 T U AW lio N N F. T R.
I'LATS & fcUAUERS j
Also, a Large Stork of
Spring and Summer Goods
For Men nnd Hoys Wear, viz :
FI1KNCH & ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS,
I'LAIN AND FANCY CASMMERE8,
TWEEDS, 8attiets. KENTUCKY,
JEANS. FAR MEU'& MECHAN
Blotirltcd it nd Brown IJncm,
COTIOAADES, ice., &c, &o.
Denims, Pit iies, Drills, Ticking. Fineand Heavy
Sheetings, Cotton Yarn. Curpct Wnrp. Wick ing
nnd '1 wine. Also, a large of Ladies' Shoes, Bus
kins und Gaiters, Children's Mioes. and Men s and
Bey's Boots and Shoes, Umbrellas, Parasols, ic,
&.C.. ,Vc , in fact, nearly every variety ol Goods
usually kept in a first-class retail store. He wilt
be continually receiving throughout the season
additions lo his Stock of ti II the
New H ltd Ieirable Good.
wanted in this Community
A A If ON WILCOX.
Paineyiville, April 15, 1S.'iS. 4811-t
C C O F I F. I. D ANll 1UMKF.8,
O Mll.WAUhlB BLOCK,
MAIN STREET. PAI.NESV1LI.E, 0
Resperlfully call the attention of one and all lo
their large and well selected stock of
Paper Hanging, Borders, Curtains, Fixlurrs,
Sec. Sec. Sec.
We have in Store and are in receipt of all the
New Styles as well as the Old Established Favor
ites, and beg to call the attention of
snd all interested to the beauty and desirnblcnent
of our Styles and the Low Price si which thrv will
be Sold. Let all call at our Store and look through
OUR SAMPLE BOOKS
and satisfy themselves in regard to our assertion.
AIbo. a full and complete assortment of
Books, Stationery, Faney Goods Music,
RAVEN. BACON & CO.'S PIANOS,
Pnineeville, April IS. IBM. 4S3-tf
iNcw Spriiifi; Goods.
JOHN S. LOCKWOOD,
Formerly SEYMOUR 4. LOCKWOOD.l
IS NOW OPtNIXG ALL THE NOVEL
SILK DKES3 GOODS, . CIIALLIES.
ROBES A LES ORGANDIES,
GINGHAMS, SPRING VALENTIAS,
AMARANTH A PMNTS,
SHAWLS, MANTILLAS, BONNETS,
RIBBONS, GLOVES snd GAUNTLETS
HOSIERY, WHITE GOODS,
&.c. Sec. Sec. &c.
Strictlj for HEADY PA V.
0E PRICE Invariably-
TRODUCE TAKEN FOR GOODS AT
I'll LAY Alii EE BLOCK,
Main Mrcct, Painesville, Ohio,
Painesville. Mar. 25, 1859.
CL.OT1J1JNG ! !
desirable GOODS ia the line of
Heady Made Clothing,
all iis varieties of styles and qualities, and
superior manufacture. Also,
Trunks, Valises, CarpcBag,
Satchels, Umbrellas, Hosiery, IlaiidkercLici,
f'rurnts Plnin nnd I'linry 'litrla,
Wool Shirte for Traveling, Silk aud Ale
riny Wrappers and Draveri,
A very large assortment of
Cml fkl'fi fWttfl TJi0
'i lu,H rJtf tv 1 1 MB tfj
and almost everything else that ngentlenian needs
lor a complete outfit, can be had at ihe lowest pos
sible 4asb Prices, at my rooms in "Wilcox
Block " L. A. FOKTI .U.
Paiaesville. Nov. 1, 18.18. 4fl tf '
N EWlSOOK BINDERY""
In Fuinesvlllc. . -'TMIE
Subscriber it pleased to annonne
fc,,cw ii nn,,,.. me nrsi or nr zi weea.
THhut.l(Y IX MAH-HALLS NEW
HLOCK, Second Floor T. WHITAKEK.
Win, I,. Perkins, J. F Scofieid. C. S. Borljetl.
Seih Marshall. S. W. Phelps, L. A Porter, 8.
Moodev. J. S. Maithews. Dr. S Ross, P. P. Sa
ford, W. C. Chambers, A. 1 Gilleit. Christopher
Morse, T Brooks, Rev. B. Webster, G K.Raynolds.
Mar. 23, ISi'J. 480-tf
MIT UTCII .D flOCIi ESTABLlSDME.Vf
BrV A. riflES.
W i c a a no Cioet,
Makers, beg Icav. to an
nounce lo ihu tnliabiiantaoi
Chardon and Geauga Coun
tv, that they will open a
Shon in eianmam'm V
Bnildiue. mi the lOili of May. whore all work mm.
trusted to their care, will ha attended lo with ac
curacy aud dirpaieh. Having had 16 years expa
riencc, in England and America, they Obiter
themselves thai thtv will be able lo oiva SMtiMimji
lioiitonll who may favor them with a t all.
t3T Jewelry repaired and Watclti
denned in the most tHllfvl manner.
BRACES AND TKI'SSKS I'EPAI'iEP. t
it Si A CHIESMAN.' '