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The Jeflersonlan Democrat
JULIUS 0. COHVERSE, EdiTorT"
CU1RD0S, OHIO, FRIDAY, DEC. !!. 186S.
Summary of News.
Tbo queitloo of Ibo admission of the
Boartbero claimants to scats In Ibe House
of Representatives, it ii now coosldorod, bai
bcoo fully determined. Tbo voto in the
House adopting the Steveus resolution by
two-thirds, is regarded as conclusive evi
dence tbat tbej wilt not be admitted tbii
In Kentucky, the State Senate baa passed
m bill removing any disability In regajd to
persons who bad engaged In tne Rebellion.
The Ilouie bat alio pardoned alt who com
milled treason in the commonwealth. Tbe
Legialatare also decreed to veto an act
which gato loyal citizens a remedy against
tbe tujurif s done by guerrillas and Rcbols.
TbeSlato of Kentucky is rapidly "rccon
Tbo King of Botgium is dead.
, Tbe first bill passed by Congress tbls sos
felon is tbat prohibiting tbe importation of
foreign cattle to prevent tbe spread of dii
ease. It now awaits tbe President's signs
. Gov. Jpboson of Georgia bas reoolred i
dispatch from tbe President directing the
Inauguration of the Governor elect, and sag
gosting tbe eloction of a United States Son
tor. He advisos that the commissions of
Members, of Congress bo issued by the in
The Ohio Wool Growers' Convention will
be held at Cotumbns, Jan. 3, 1805.
Gov. worth took tbe oath of cflico at
Raleigh, N, G. on Friday of last week, be
fore tbe members of tbe two houses of Ibe
Legislature, and a number of citixotis. Tbo
Governor elect delivered a short address on
tbe occasion, claiming tbat the peoplo
North Carolina desired tbe restoration
i Maximilian and Austria aro negotiating
for tbe farther enlistment of 10 000 Aus
ti tan troops for servioe in Mexico, to
furnished daring fire years.
Tbe cattle plaguo bas boon Inoreasiog
England daring tbe past month to an alarm
ing extent. During that period the attacks
hare risen, from a previous monthly aver
age, from 14,000 to upward of 27,000, and
tbo deaths, , destruction inotuded, to .up
ward of 21,000. Botween . tho 4ih
11 lb of November the number of oases
by fifty per cent. In the ensu
ing week things were not quite so bad,
tboie was further increase still.
London Times assumes tbat the doatbs,
stead of 700 a week, are at least four times
that number, and if winter does not bring
m change for tbo better, tbe losses may
,000 or 6,000 a week beforo Christmas.
Southern news Is meager. Governor
Jenkins, of Georgia, bas boon inaugurated,
la bis address, ho acknowlodgos the
premacy of tbe laws and Constitution of
United Slates. He compliments the negroes
on their good conduo,and rceommonds tbat
tboir testimony bo received in courts.
regard to taxation, the Governor says
lightest taxoe for sometime to. eomo wilt
considerd boavy. The South Carolina Leg
islature is trying to Induce Eoropoan emi
gration to tbat State to tako tbe placo
negro labor. The Virginia Legislature
resolved to take measures to re-uoiio West
ern and Eastern Virginia." .
Chicago ia having a baptism offflre. With
in tbe past fortnight there have been
conflagrations almost every day. Early
urday morning tbreo boslnoss blocks
on Lake, Franklin and South Water
were eotitley destroyed, tbe lots being
at half a million of dollars.
- A Fortress Monroe correspondent
Jeff. Davis is turning bis attention
than ever to the concorn of his soul.
has recently been visited by bis old spiritual
advisor, tbe pastor of St. Paul s cburcb.Rich
tnond, who passed tho enliro day at his
on la reiigobs reading and conversation,
administered to blm the saoramtnt.
Tbe Madeira wine crop, wbioh for
ears was destroyed bv a disease of
vinos, Is this year a succoss. About
pipes of wine will be tnade.and the prospects
of tbe next crop are even more favorable
Tbe Akron Beacon announces tbe death
tbe celebrated Jim Brown, tbe reputed
or of tbe counterfeiting fraternity of
nit county and vicinity. His skull was
tared by a fall. He was s'ytty-seven years
ge, and bad. long been one of tbe
ahrewd of tbe utterers of spurious currency.
He had been many times arrested, but
coo vie ted only twice, having served
term in tbe Obio, and one in tbe
Penitentiary. At the timer of bis death
was under bonds- for counterfeiting.
Cleveland Herald says be was a man
great loflueneo,even when known at a
in counterfeit money ,betog elected as
of the peaco In Boston township. He
flocks of young men into bis net. Whon
strength of hit intellect be never
his spurious ooin, but sold it,usually,to
The French Legation is getting
over the recent strong resolutions on
matters introduced In the Benato
Mr. Wade, and In the House by Mr.
Tbe First Beeretarj of tbe Legation
'stepped off to France, to tell tbe
OoveriHDeot tbat the Amorieao people
Congress aro alike bitterly opposed
JFrencb-laslrlaq BiurpaDon, and lo got
Tbe Columbus Journal, of Saturday, Hat
ed the trial of Dr. Dorsey, late State Treas
urer, would probably commence on tbat
day. Hon. R. B. Warden is retained to as
sist In I he prosecution..
Tbe offices of all tbe Distrlot Provost Mar
shals in tbe State have been closed, except
that of tbe Seventh Consolidated District,
which will close on the 10th Inst. Tbe rec
ords bavo been filled with Colonel J. A.
Wilcox, Provost Marshal General ot Ohio,
Navigation is closed by a gorge In Ibe Mis
sissippi twenty miles bolow St. Louis, and
tbe river Is about closing opposite tbe oily.
The Fenian agents sent from this country
to Iroland have returned saddened by tbe
dull prospects of tboir cause
Oregon has adopted the Constitutional
Amendmontrboing tho twenty-eighth State
to do so. If weineludo Colorado, which has
adopted a Stato Cona'iiution.but bas not yet
been aamittod, mere are thirty seven states
in tne union, auu tbe requisite number has
now been secured. If we exoludo from the
number of States which have ratified tbo
measure, Louisiana, Arkansas and Virginia;
Colorabo, California and Iowa will make up
congress adjourned on Wodnesday last,
till Monday, alter which time tbey were to
adjourn again on Wednesday, till the
9tb of January. So we shall have but little
to report from tbat Quarter till after tbe 8tb
proximo, by wbich time tbo business of the
session will be pretty woll shaped, and a
definite courso developed.
In consoaconco of tho Legislature of
Tennessee Laving refused to admit negro
testimony la tne civil courts, lien. Vttko,
Assistant Commissioner of tbo reodmou s
Bureau for tbat State, has issued an order
which provides for special eourts, undor bis
superintendence, to near cases In wbicn no
groes are interested.
Ibo California legislature on tbo 18tb
ratified the Constitutional Amendment. In
Sontb Carolina 6,000 children of f rood men
are attending school.
It is said Secretary Stanton has tendered
his resignation to tbe President, and insists
upon its acceptance.
A dispatch from Montgomery, Ala., an
nounces tbe arrest, on tbo 18th, of Semtnes,
the commander of tho pirate Alabama. He
is on his way to Washington, under guard.
provisional Uov. Johnson, of Ua , has been
rolicved from duty by ordors from Wasning-
Tbe Senato bas adopted a resolution to
adjourn from Thursday until tbo 3d of Jan
uary for tbo holidays, thus materially short
ening tho time proposed by tbo House.
Propositions bare been submitted to tho
Senate to amend tbe Constitution by declar
ing tbe indissolubility of tbo Union, and
providing that no debt contracted by towns,
counties or States, in aid of rebellion, shall
be assumod either by an; State or the Uni
ted States. .
Captain Corbett, who commanded tbe
priate Shenandoah when she loft England
has been tried aud acquittod on tbo charge
ot violating tbe foreign enlistment . act by
selling tbe steamboat to the rebels and ou-
listing mon for her. .
Tho wboloTiambor of sheep In the Stato
is 6.227.253, valued at 921.720,780: of hogs
1,453,695, valued ot 0,961,190. Licking
county bas tbo largest nombor of shoep
236,303, and Pickaway county tbe largost
number of bogs 47,081.
Tbo Committee appointed to soleot a site
for a Slate Agricultural Col lego bavo reoom-
inondod tbo Miami University, at Oxford,
bo taken for tho purpose.
A bill was passed Congress appropriating
to Mrs. Lincoln $25,000, thu same boing a
salary of the President. ,
It is announced tbat W. T. Cogeeshall.lato
editor of the Ohio Stale. Journal, is to bo the
rrivato oocretary of General Cox. Ibo ap
pointment is an adiniiobio one.
Latest advices from Jamaica say tho num
ber of executions is estimated at from 2,000
to 4,0011, and "tbe laud is offensive with
corpses." This is tbo result or tho "prompt
and eflioiont measures for putting down tho
Insurrection,'' which aro commended
l.oDdon paper. ...
Death of Hon. Thomas Corwin.
Hon. Thomas Corwin, while at a social
meeting of Ohioans . at Mr. Wetmore's,
(he State Military Agent, in Washington,
on Thursday of last week was stricken
with palsy, and remained unconscious
until 2 o'clock, 1 M., on Monday, when
be breathed bis last. A special dispatch
to tbe Cincinnati Qazetl say a : .
A brilliant assemblage of Obloans were
tnik evening at tbe Stato Military
Agency. It) tbe suupor room wbeco be
been keeping tbo company ia a roar with
lively sallies ot wit, lion, i nomas Corwin,
ei Governor, ei-Secretarv of tbo Treasury,
ex-Sonator, and lato Minister to Mexico,
while in the midst of a humorous anecdote,
was struck with paralysis of tbe right
Senator Wade and Oen. Qarefloid, who
beside him, caught bim as he was falling,
and carried bim to a bed. lie is now
unable to speak and apparently in a critical
condition, but still entirely conscious.
Chief Justice, Gen. Sherman, Senator Sher
man and other promioont Obioans
watching at'his bedside. "
The Second Annual Meeting of the
State Cheese Manufacturers' Association
will be held in Cleveland, on Wednesday
and Thursday, January 24th and
The Annual Address will be delivered
Wednesday evening, January 24th,
X. A. Willard, A. M., of the Utica Morn-
ina Herald end Country GenUman,
ablest writer on Dairy Farming k Cheese
Manufacture in the Union.
Tbe Meeting will be one of great
interest, and a large attendance is
Eeclcd of Dairymen Irom all parts of
tate, at well as delegates from New
New York and the Canadas,
ficers are to be elected for tbe ensuing
nd innrta am ia ha' made from
and gheeoe Factories, giving the result of
to the! put year's operations, and also from
fur-1 large number pt private dairies.
I Commercial. .
The Lady's Friend.
The publishers of this beautiful magszioe
have issued a magnificent number for Jan
nary. Tbe leading steel engraving, "Tbe
Forest Gloaner," Is a perfect gem of beauty.
We do not know where tbe publishers of tbe
Lady's Friend get such beautiful designs for
tbeir engravings. Then we bave a gorgeous
colored plate, "Tbe Hand Banner Screon in
Cbenille on Vol vet," wbich the ladies say is
magnificent. Tho large double colored
Steol Fashion Plate is as usual superb we
bad almost said unequalled. Another en
graving, called "Stephen Wbarton's Will,"
which illustrates a fine story, is very sug
gestive. Then we bavo a boautiful plate of
Children skating, intendod to Illustrate the
winter stylos of children's clothing; with
numerous other plates illustrating Hair
Nets. Winter Dresses, Bordors for Jackets
various new styles of Bonnets, Winter Cos
aques, Paletots, Jackets, Embroidery, Che
mises, Night Dress, Ancient Head Dresios,
Patchwork, &o , &o.
The literary matlor is exoellont. Among
the articles, we note "Stephen Wharton's
Will," "Mrs.. Trunk," by Francos Lee;
"Paul's 8iory, or French Lessons;" "Clance,"
by August Bell; "Tho Two Nightingales.'
"Stories of ou( Village," by ' Beatrice Col
onna; "la Illooss,"by Florence Percy;"Rach
el Dana's Legacy," by II. A. Hey don;
"Arthur's Wife." "Loving Mary " Editor's
Department, Tbe Fashions, Housobold Re
coipts, &o. '
Prico $2,60 a yoar; 2 copies $4,00; 8 cop
ies (and ono gratis) $16. JYoto is the lime
to get vp clubi for I860. Spocimcn mum
bers for this purpose will son! for 15 cents,
n heeler ft ilton $ celebrated sewmg Ma.
chine are furnished at I'remiums in err
(am cases. I be I'rospectus or this magasine
for next year embodies a splendid list of
Address Deacon & Peterson, 319 Walnut
News from Mexico states that the Lib
erala captured and held for a little while
Monterey, bat were torceu to retreat De-
fore two columns of the French, one of
which they repulsed wlih heavy loss.
Juarez has published a decree announcing
his intention lo continue the exercise of
tbe functions of the Executive of the Re
Eublio of Mexico, on account of tho ina
nity of the people to hold an eleotion
and name a successor during the presence
of the r rench invaders. -
O. G. THAYER,
T70ULD say to the nubile that he has just re
VV turned from New Ycrk with a good supply
of HAZZARD'S BEST GUN-POWDER, a lew
good Single and Double Barrelled Shot Guns,
" Powder-flasks Shot-bap,
WADS, WAD-CUTTERS, SHOT. CAPS,
Bar-lead, and all kiuds oi matorials nsually kept
in gunshops. A NICE
, IRON GEARED TUB Si IXC IATIIK,
fitted lor all kind of Iron-Turning; also a New
Gaining Twist ol the Most Approved Style.
O. G. THAYER.
Chardon, Deo. 22d, 1865. 832tf
Good Supply of GIFT BUOK8 &. PHOTO-
GRAPH ALBUMS (or the Holidays, at
NICHOLS' DKUti HTUKti.
ITT ANTED. An Agent tocanvasa the town
YV ihips of Chester .Russell, Munson and New
bury, for Horace Greeley's 'AMERICAN CON
KL1CTV Newsoaoersof am. parties freely ae.
knowledge this Work Superior to ail others pub
lished. - More than 100,000 Copies of Volume
have already been sold. An excellent opportu
nity is offered to a good canvassing age.it. For
831 GEO. WM. WILSON.
Auburn, Geauga Co., O., Dec. 15th, 18C5.
THE WINTER TERM ol the above Institu
inn. located at Chester. Geauga Coutnv.O.
will nnmmenca on tho 18lh liny of Dec. inet
Prof. E. Fish, Jr., of llrooklyn, is engaged
priucipnl, who intends to conduct the Institution
with reference lo its permanency Terms of Tu
ition the same as lasi year. Ample nccommo
daiions lor students wUhing to board themselves
at the Seminary. By order ol the Board
Chester, December 7th, 1865.
noil SALB.The Subscriber, wishing to
L gage in other business, oilers for sale his Saw
Milhsiiuated in the south-east nnrt of Huntaburg.
One of Fnirchild & Hazen's Shingle Machines
la connected with it, capable of cutting from 3
4 Thousand Shingles per hour. This mill is
in one of the best timber localities of
country has a large run ol custom in good run
nino order. ad will be sold at a bargain.
For particulars, address ihe subscriber, '
O. M. BAliNES.
Huntsburg, Dec. 19th, 1865. 832w3
D. F. FELTON.
Under Chardon House, Chardon, O,
fr)-All kinds of Fresh Meat sold in quantities
lo suit purchasers. r ltr.SlI OYSTKHS
received daily , by the Can
Chardon, Deo. 1st, 1865
D. F. FELTON.
NEW YEAR'S BALL.
A New Year's Ball will be given at the Char
don House, On MONDAY EVENING,
lot, 18U6. WA1I are invited.
MUSIC Utley's Cotillon Band.
9TUm, THREE DOLLARS.
829w4 BENTON & CO., Proprietors.
THE STATE OF OHIO, I
Court of Common Fleas. . J
Heater Ann Fop.lewell J
Junius Popple wsll et al. N ,
Junius Popplewoll is notified that on (lie
day of Deo., A. D. 1865, Hester Ann Popple
well filed her petition against him and others,
the Clerk's office of the Court of Common
of Geauga County, Ohioetting up her marriage
to bim; that on issue of such marriage, aha
one child about 7yearso(agei that at
Cntmtv aaid defendant was guilty of ex ire
cruelty and gross neglect of duty towards
and that he conveyed to one Sarah H. French
Popplewell.hia farm ailuated in Huntsburg,
m Count. Ohio, to de raud her: asking
divorce, alimony, eustody of aaid child; that
,i j . , l:r
.conveyance ne hoi asiue. ana lurmer niwi,
Haid case will be hrarc at next term oi
Court. ' IIUTCHINS &, FUKRIST,
A ttoraeys for Petitioner'
t. MASTIC l.
r. a. rowlet.
. S. MASTICK.
TO TUE PEOPLE:
. At East Claridon, 0.
The Undersigned, having formed a Co-part,
netship under the firm name of Mastick, Kow
ley Sl Co., are now selling
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES.
sna an articles usually kept, lu a country store,
i prices iu compare Willi me limes.
WE HO NOT MEAN TO BE UN
All kinds of Produce taken In
Exchange for Goods.
Please call and examine our Stock- We will
try and use you well, and give you satisfaction
so mat you may go on your way rejoicing.
MASTICK, ROWLEY & CO.
East Claridon, Dec. I5ih,1865. 831w5
s7 BL- DAYTON7
WATCH Maker and JEWELER
would respectfully announce to tire citizens
- . 1.
uurion ana surrounding
country, that he has per
manently located in D. L.
Johnson's Store, whore he
will repair WATCHES,
CLOCKS and Jewelry, on
Short otice. All Work
Warranted according to
Burton, Dee. .1Mb, 18G5 831tf
Q.RE AT CHANCE
. . FOB
. IV HAT THE PEOPLE WANT:
HISTORY OF THE WAR,
Complete In One Very Large Volume
of over IOOO Paget.
This work has no rival a a candid. lucid
complete, authentic and reliable History of the
"Great Conflict." It contain reading matter
equal to three largo royal octavo volumes, splen
didly illustrated with over 150 fine Portraits of
Generals, Battle Scenes, Maps and Diagrams.
Returned and disabled officers end soldiers,
and energctie young men in want of profitable
employment will And llua a rare chance to make
money. We have Agents clearing $250 per
month, which we will prove to any doubting ap
plicant; for proof of -the above, send for Circulars
and see our terms. Address JONES BROTH
ERS & CO., 14a West Fourth Street, Cincin
nati, Ohio 821m3
The subtcrlber, having recently opened an
Extensive Bool and Shoe Store, one door south
of the Court House in Chardon, is now better
than ever prepared to supply the wants of his
numerous customers, both old and new. In ad
dition to the variety usu..lly kept in a country
tore, he has on hand a Large and Choice As
Fine . Calf and Kip Boots,
LADIES' BALMORAL KID GAITERS,
MOROCCO BOOTEES, &.C, &c,
Besides a General Assortment of
fcTAll Work ol the Best Quality and Finish.
Custom Work dona to order, and on the most
reasonable terras, Call and examine for your
R. P. MUNSELL.
Chardon, May 5th, 1865. 799tf
FARM FOR SALE. A Farm
of 187 Mi acres located 2 miles
east ol the center of Montville, on the Center
road. Said Farm is under good Improvement
well-watered 35 acres ol good timber land
good sugar orchard ol 300 trees a young apple
orchard of 150 trees, of first clais fruit. Build
ings in good condition. &-Terms. 35 dollars
an acre. A part on time, if desired.
Montville, December 12th, 1865. 83iwf
T7OR SALE. House, Barn
X ntteen acrea ot land, with
good Weil, Orchard, 6tc about one-lourth of
mile south ol Hambden Center. For terms,
itiireol the Undersigned, or Mr. J. a. Unst.at
lambden. G. W. STOCKING.
Hambden, Dec. 8ih, 18C5 830w4
a cannot set them ot vc
aaid j (o Dr. J. BRYAN, Consulting Physician,
FOR TBI TJKFORTUNATE.
' BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS
Are Warranted, in all cases, lor the Speedy
Permanent Cube of all Diseases arising
Sexual Excesses or
Youthful Indiscretion, ,
Seminal Lose, Nightly Emissions, and Sensual
Dreams; Genital, Physical and Nervous Debili
ty, Impotence, Gleet, Sexual Diseases, &c,
No Change of Diet is Necessary,
nrl thev can be used without detection.
box contains 60 Pills. Price One Dollar.
you cannot get them of your Druggist, they
be sent by mail securely sealed, post paid,
full instructions mat. insure a cure, on receipt
the money; and a pamphlet of 100 pages, on
error ol youth, the consequences and remedy
sent free, 10 cent, required lor postage.
Circulars to gentlemen only, sent free on
oi envelope and stamp, Addresa
Dt. J. BRYAN, Consulting Physician,
P. Box 5079. 442 Broadway, N,
Dealers can be supplied by Demaa Barnes
Co., Wholesale Agenta, New York. 821
More Valuable than Gold
Bryan's Life Pills
PURIFY THE BLOOD, ,
Remove Headache, Dizziness, Giddiness,
Unpleasant Dreams, Dimneas of,
" Sight, Indigestion, Cleanse the Stom
ach and Bowels,
Insure New Lira in the Debilitated, and
RESTORES the Sick to PERFECT Heahh,
Trv them! thev only cost 25 cents, and if
cannot get them of your drugglst.send Ihe
to ur. J. mil AN. uonsuiting rnyaician.
Broadway. P. O. Box, 5079, ana they will be
ssiu by return ol men postpaid.
Dealers supplied by Demas Barnes & Co.,
D. M, ALLEN, AGENT
Secnrily Life Insurance Company,
Would announce to his friends and the commu
nity in Geauga County, (tint he is again in the
held, end prepared to wait upon ail who wisn in
formation in regard to the all-important subject
of Life Assurance.
Representing a Strong, Reliable and Growing
company, tno Agent la comment tnat ne win do
ante losausiy an woo wuti to avail meniseivc:
Advantages of Life Assurance.
Having an Agency with the
Lite Insurance Company,
stiiutfonsHAVE BEEN IMPAIRED BY DIS,
EASE, and Snch na hnvo been, or would be
likely to be. rejected by other Companies. Also
TO INSURE AGAINST ALL ACCIDENTS
of Whnlsoeve-Character, on the MOST RE A
SON ABLE TERMS.
Any Inquiries, by letter or otherwise, promptly
answered, and all informatiou within my reach.
touching any branch of my business, most freely
and chcorluliy given. Address
D. M. ALLEN,
823 w3 South Newbury, Geauga Co., O.
Come and Sec!!
What magic in three little words,
Like these herein expressed!
These give new lile to seeking minds,
And asitnte the breast.
The uudersigned have just returned from the
Eastern cities where they have purchased as Kine
Klpcnnt. Stilr.ndid. Benutiful. Durable and Eco
nomical Stock-ol FALL & WINTER GOODS,
as was ever brought to this market. We take
no hack holds, nor wind noid. Manama on an
blowinsr nor any other hold but. COME AND
SEE, "EVERYTHING in the Line of
From Silk to Merinos and Prints , &3r Balmoral
Skirls and Corsets The Double and Twisted,
Self-adjusting, Elliptic, Patent Hoop Skirts.
Come and See
CLOTHS. CASSIMERES, LADIES' CLOTHS,
&c. Having purchased the entire Clothing fc,s
tablislunont of L.S. Ayres, they are prepared to
manulacrure- to order, under the direction of J-
Btrohl the Latest Style and Fashion ol
and. besides, havo on hand a very superior Stock
of Cloaks Ready Made. 1 he Latest Stylo ol
Hats & Caps
Boots & Shoes
Alto GROCERIES, do.
' ,,- Come and See.
CANF1ELD k MURRAY.,
Chardon, Oct. 13th, 1865. 822if
AN. BEARD lakes this method to remind
the public that he keeps constantly on hand
at bis Shop in Uurion, an Kinds oi
Tinware. Stores, &c.
Hn flutter hiimelf that his Slock ia as large
and valuable aa can be found in any other coun
try shop. He is prepared, at all limes, to do Cub
torn worn on snort notiec ana inti terms.
OCT All Work warranted. Give him a call be
fore going elsewhere. A. N. BEAKD.
Burton, fov. 24th, 18G5. 828yl
CLARK & MERRILL
T"EG leave to say to tho good people
1 Chardon and vicinity, that they have
returned from the war, and resumed
old business of saddle and harness-making
biop oni door north of Democrat Office
where they hope to receive the calls of all their
old irienas, ana nosts oi new ones.
All kinds of work in their line done to order
in the most approved style, and on terms as
aonnble as can be nbiamed olscwnere.
Chardon, Oct. 12.1805. , 22 m6
Boot & Shoe Shop.
BfR. II. UTLEY
1Y1 , Would respectfully call
attention ol the Public to the fact, that he
for sale as Durable, f ashionable Stock ol Uooti
& Shoea as the country affords and, as to
Price, we ate prepared to sell them at aa
LOW PRICEqs any SHOP in the COUNTRY
rr-i-r.nBirtm Work done to ordor en short
tico,and on the most reasonable terma,
KTShop 2 doora north of the Disciple Church.
Chardon, Oot. 27th, 1865. 624tf
is located 8 milea south ol Parkman Village,
auga Couuty. Ohio, where ran be lound an
o! FIRST CLASS
CARRIAGES & BUGGIES,
which will be sold Lower than can be
elsewhere. 03rCall and see them before
E. W, UPH AM.
Parkman, July 14th, 1865. 809yl
Citizins of Chardon and the adjoining
TIMOTHY McAULIFF takes this
of informing tbe citixens of Chardon
dioininir townshioi. that ha ha a located al
don, on Water Street, near the watering
and is now ready todo all kinds of iJlocksmith-
ing Work: ilorse-shoeing, wagon xrojning,e&e.,
, AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Please give him a call before going elsewhere.
Chardon. Sept. 1st. 1865. 816tf
n'l'KAVKD or driven off from the prerr.
O the Undersigned, THREE HEIFER
two Red, and one Speckled. Any one
intormatiop of their whereabouts, eitherty
or otherwise, will be liberally rewarded.
v. uA I
Russell, Dec. 8th, 1865. ' Mmf
NOTICE. Tho Undersigned bas been
appointed and qualified aa administrator
on the estate or William Bouiion, deceased,
of Parkman, Geauga Cou,,thr7T1LPEN
Parkman, Dec. 15th, 185J, ' ' . 831w4
Times df Holding Courts.
THE STATE OF OHIO, S3.
To the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of
Geauga County, Greeting:
Ir Is Hereby Ordered, that the several Terms
or the DtsTaicT Court and Court cr Common
Plum, for the year 186G, shall be held in the sev
eral Counties composing the Ninth Judicial Dis
trict ot the state ol uino, as follows, to wit.t
DISTRICT COURT. .
ln Stark County, on September 4th.
In Carroll County, on September 7th.
in uoiumotana uounty, on (September lutn.
In Mahoning County, on September 12th.
In Portage County, on April 3d.
In Trumbull County, on April Sih.
In Lake County, on April lOih.
In Geauga County, on April 1 1th. -
In Ashtabula County, on April I3t'i.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
In Carroll County, on Jan. 9th. Anril 24th. and
In Stark County, on Jan. 22d.Mav21at. and
In Columbiana Count v. on Feb. 12th. Mav "7ih.
and September 24th.
in manoning bounty, on Jan. 15th, April 16th,
and October 15th,
In Portage County.on Jan. 30th. Mav Int. and
In Trumbull County, on February 12th. Mav
14ih,'V4 September 17th.
iA. county, on Jan. 22d, April 30th, and.
i Geauga County. on Jan.8tb. April 16th. and
In Ashtabula County, on Feb. 5th, May 14th,
and Oct 15th.
You will enter this order on the Journals of
the District Court and Court of Common Pleas;
and cause the same to be published, a required
Witness th signatures of the Judges of said
District, at Can field, this 31st day of October
A D. 1865.
J A. AMBLER. 1 Judgtiqf Com.
C.-E G LID DON, PUai of Ninth
NORMAN L. CHAFFEE, Judicial Pitt.
THE STATE OF OHIO,
GEAUGA COUNTY, so.
1, Wm. N.Keeny, Clerk of the District Court
and Court of Common Pleas in and for the said
County and Sfhte, do hereby certify that the
above and foregoing is a true copy of tne original
erder now on hie in my office, and entered upon
tne Journals ol Hie said uouns. ' ,
B23W4 .WM. JN . IVEjEjIN X , L Jer.
At East Claridon!
J P. LU KB N S, not having, as yet, sold his
. Store, but having largely RENEWED his
Stock ol Goods, would call public attention to
the (act that he is now better than ever prcparea
losatisly. all customers. He baa a General As
Hats & cap?,
Boots & shoes.
and will sell on terms as favorable as ony ohe
WrCall and see for yourselves. , . ,
Mr AH kinds of Merchantable Produce wanted.
N. B. Being in noor health, he will sell or .
rent if a favorable opportunity is presented. '
J. P. L UK ENS.
East Claridon, Nov. 24th, 1865. 828w6
WARNER. YOUNG & CO.
ty Also a Large and Well-selected Stock
EATS dk CAPS, .
i 1 VALICES. .- y
&c., &.c, &.c, &e.
OUR GOODS are bought for cash, and will
AS LOW AS AT ANY OTHER HOUSE
West of New York. .
, W., T. & CO.
Paineeville, Oct. 20th, 1665. 823tf
EW SKIRT FOR 18666.
THE GREAT INVENTION OF THE AGE
IN 11 OOP SKIRTS. J. W. Bradley's Mew
Patent DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (or doable) Spring
nventlon consists of duplex (or two) El
liptic Steel Springs, ingeniously braided tightly
together edge to edge, making the tougheat, elas
tic, most nexiute ana auraswe curing ever useu.
They seldom bemo ok break like the Single
Springs, and consequently preserve their perfect
and beautiful shape more than twicti aa long as
any Single Spring Skirt that ever has or can bo
The wonderful flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure to any lady wearing the Duplex Ellip
tic Skirt will be experienced particularly in all
crowded Assemblies, Operas, Carriages, Railroad
Cars. Church Pewa, Arm Chairs, lor Promenade
and House Dress, as the Skirt can be folded when
in use to occupy a small place aa easily and con
veniently as a Silk or Muslin dress.
A iody having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort
and great convenience of wearing the Duplex El
liptic Sieel Spring Skirl for a single day .will nev
er alterwarda willingly dispense with their use.
For Children, Misses and Young ladies they aro
superior loan otners. ....
The Hoopa are covered with two ply doable
twisted thread, and will wear twice as long as
the Single yarn covering which iseued on all Sin
gle Steel Hoop Skirts. The three bottom rods on
every Skirt are also Double Steel, and twice or
double covered, to prevent the covering from
wearing off the rods when dragging down atalrs,
stone sieps, &c-, wbich they ar constantly
subject to when in use. .
All are made or tne new nu o.cKu wmou
7f Tapea.and are the best quality in evwy pari;
. 1 civina: to the wearer .ihe most graceful and per
fect shape poeaible, and are nnqueetioi!
lightest, moac deairable.coaifortable and
U WEST. BRADLEY & CARY. Proprietor, of
the Invention, and Sole Manufaeturere,91 1 Cham
bers, and 79 and 81 Reade Streeta, New York.
Foraaloin all first class Stores in thia city,
and throughout the United States and Canada,
Havana de Cuba. Mexico, South America and the
West Indies. ,
Wrlnouire for tho Duplex Elliptic (or Double
Spring Skirt. A. o C. . 816'