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jarTbe present number complete!
-the sixteenth volume of the Democrat,
and the ierenlh under its present man
agement. No paper will be issued '
next week. The first number of the1
new volume will be issued on Wednes
day, Jan. 3d, 1806, under tbe title of
"The Oeauga Democrat," and in a
much enlarged form. With the enlarge
ment and other improvements we intend
to make this one of the very best of coun
try papers. ' ' ,
JTbe Painesville Telegraph an
nounces that it is about to be enlarged and
provided with & new dress. The Tele
graph is a good paper.and we rejoice at its
y We learn by a private j"tr from
Gen. Garfield, that his ankle, )u was
badly sprained a few months ago, is not
yet entirely well, although he hopes that,
wfth careful usage, it will ultimately be-
Reuben Spencer, who was committed
to our County Jail a few days eiuce, by
Justice Ford, of Burton, on a charge of
burglary with intent to steal, made his es
cape on Wednesday night, and, as we go
-to press, is still at large. He was confined
in the room on the ground floor, known
as the "debtors' room." the door of
which, leading into "the hall, being
fastened with an iron clasp and padlock
It ia presumed thpt the lock had been
turned by some friendly outsider; during
the previous day or evening, so that by
reaching through one of the apertures
near the top of the door, he was enabled,
with a small stick found in the
room, to unloose the clasp, and thus
make good his. escape. Before reaching
the street, he had to pass through another
door, but, being: locked on the inside, and
the key remaining in the lock, it presented
no impediment to bis progress. It was dis
covered that he had burned a hole through
the middle of . the door, but it was evi
dently too small to be of any service to
bin). He ia a young man, apparently
under age, rather small in stature, of light
complexion, hair and eyes, and, while in
jail, wore a black coat, brown pants and
doth shoes, all of which were decidedly
'Hhe worse for wear." Sheriff Shaw
started immediately in pursuit of him.
Jy"L. S. . A.," in a letter to the
Washington Republican on Northern
Ohio, slates that the phrase "the uuterrifled
Democracy," originated with the
late Hon. O. P. Brown, as chairman
of the committee on resolutions in a Dem
ocratic convention in this County, many
years since. We had always supposed
that Mr. Brown was tbe author of the
phrase, but are told that he was not ; that
the resolution in which it occurred, al
though reported by him, was written by
Mr. R. H. Harris, then a prominent Dem
ocrat of this town and County, but now
deceased. It is in universal use among
politicians, but few, we presume,' are
aware of its origin.
jOTThe Reno Times is the title of a
good-looking., interesting and spirited
weekly paper, just started in the new
oleaginous, town of Reno, -Western Penn
aylvania, and edited by Mr. S. D.Page,
formerly of the Cleveland Leader. We
are glad to welcome it to our table. .
J-Geo. W. Wilson, agent for "Gree
ley's American Conflict," desires to se
cure a sub-agent to canvass tbe townships
of Chester, Russell, Munson and New
bury.' See his advertisement.
SBtk summary of the most important
features of tho Departmental Reports
may be found on our first page. For an
advance copy of tbe Report of the Post
master General, we are indebted to that
worthy and efficient officer, Hon. Wm.
3T0ur townsman, D. Warner, Jr.,
las sold ' his place, consisting of a good
bouse, barns and out-buildings, and 225
acres of land, to Julius Howard, of Au
burn, for 812,009.
JCyThe protracted meeting at the M.
E. Church still continues, and baa resulted
ia a number of conversions.
Jt&Mr. I. .8. Lewis, whose writing
school in this village closes with tbe
present week, wishes us to say that he
will leave with the intention o( returning
(o our County,
JtarDooation Visit to Rev. J. D. Nor
ton', this (Friday) evening, at the Par
3The eltiiens of Painesville are taking
measures to present the claims of Pairport
Harbor as a suitable site for the proposed
Navy Yard on the south shore of Lake
Erie. A meeting was held on Friday
night last, to fix on some definite mode
JtsrTbe people of Munson have is
sued cards for a Donation Visit, to be
given to Rev. I. Goodrich, near Fowler's
Mills, o'n Thursday afternoon and evening
of next week. The public are invited.
Tho Committee of Arrangements con
sists of Capt. York and Lady, J. B.
Phelps and Lady, and C. P, Brainard
JfSTMr. Felton informs us that his
Market is being largely reinforced with
oysters and other luxuries for the Holi
days. 9"Warner k Squire have opened an
Auction Room at the Town Hall, where
they are selling cheap goods day and
jTUn(il the middle of January, Miss
A. M. Etheridgo will sell Bonnets and.
Hats at reduced prices. Rooms over
Kelley Brothers' Store.
SECRET SERVICE, THE FIELD, THE
DUNGEON, AND THE ESCAPE. BY ALBERT
D. RICHARDSON, (SPECIAL WAR CORRESPONDENT
OF THE N. Y. TRIBUNE.]
Tbis is the most tbrillingty interesting
and exciting book of Army experlonco ever
published, abounding in personal adven
tures, deods of noble daring, anecdotes,
touching incidents, ingenious stratagems,
life in camp and bivouac, &c more absorb
ing in intorost and reploto with usoful infor
mation than other work of tbe kind extant.
It embraces Mr. Richardson's unparallel
ed ezporionco for four years; traveling
through the Soutb in the secrot sorvico of the
Tribune at tbe outbreak of tbe war, with
our'armies and fleets, botb East and West,
during the first two years of tbe. Rebellion j
his thrilling capture; bis confinement for
twenty months in seven different robol pris
ons; his escape, and almost miraculous jour
ney by night of nearly 400 miles. It abounds
in stirring ercnts, and contains more of tbe
fact, incident and romauco of the war than
any other work published.
Horace Orooloy says: "A groat many books
will yet bo written concerning tbis War, in
additfon to tho many already in print; but
not one of them will give within a similar
compass a clearer, fuller, more roadab'o ac
count, entirely from personal observation,
of the nature, animus, purposes, tendencies
and instrumentalities of tho Slaveholders'.
Robollion than does the unpretending nar
rative of Mr. Riohardeon."
Jonos Brothers & Co.. Publishers, 148
West Fourth Stroot, Cincinnati, Obio.
Mr. II. F. Marsh, of Brainbridge, a Union
soldior.wbo knows by cxperienco (be horrors
of lifo in Southern prisons, is tbo Agont for
this County, and is now engaged in canvass-
Moses James, long a resident of this town,
died suddenly on tbe Otb inst ..about 2 A.
M., at tho ago of 78 years. He bad been
enjoying bis usual health, and bad attonded
to bis farm business up tbe P. M. of the 8bf
when bo was attacked, while out on his farm.
with apoplexy, and died after au iotorval of
of about 10 hours.
Josephene, daughter of tbo late Rov. P.
Terry, diod on tho 8th, of consumption, from
wbiob she had beon suffering for moro than
oponed upon us on tbo morning of tbo 15tb,
with tbe tbertometor down to 2 degrees
the whole day averaging only about 6 do
grees. The appearances aro, that tbis ex
treme cold'(for this season) will be of short
duration. The fall of 45 degreos In 36 hours
made the I5tb an extremely cold day.
Calvin Harmon has sold his farm, situ
ated one mile south of Chester X Roads,
consisting of 316 acres, to L, Smith.
Benjamin Fisk, Jr., has sold a farm of
50 acres, to Martin W. Johnson, for 82,-
Martin W. Johnson sold to Almon Gil
bert 15 acres of land, for $600.
Eliza N. Hersey sold to Mr. Morton, a
house and lot of 10 acres, for 8550.
The Winter Term of the Geauga Sem
inary opened on the 13th, under the di
rection of Prof. Fish, of Brooklyn. Prof.
Fish is an experienced teacher, and a
A Merry Christmas to you ! If you would
hare it, pleaso call at tbe Baptist Cburcb
in tbis villago, on Monday Evening, Decern
ber 25tb, whore all duo preparations will be
made to render the occasion one of pleasure
and interest to all. A "Christmas Treo'
will bo prepared with Gifts for tbe Children
and others of tbe Sabbath School. But, in
order that tbe interest of tbe exercises may
be enhanced as far os possible, it is partic
ularly requested that all who wish to make
presents to friends on that day, will favor
us, on tbis occasion, by presenting tbem
through tbe medium of tbe "Tret." Sup
per will be prepared for the Sabbath School
at 5 o'clock, after wbiob tbe distribution of
presents will take plaoe. We would cordi
ally invite all the friends of Children, Sab
bath Schools, and all lovers of true enjoy
ment, to be present.
'Come with hearts of cheer and gladness,
Filled with gratitude,
Come, forget paet gloom and sadness
Ia tbe present good.
Tba population of tbis township, like that
of most other rural towns, Is scattered over
Its entire surface, and embraces most
forms of industry common to ordinary
farming townships, such as dairying,
wiol-growing and stock raising, together
with a variety of manufactures, employing
tho onorglos of tbe people at remunerative
Tbore are five churches in this town,
which, in their soveral forms, maintain tbe
ordinances of religion, and exert a good in
fluence throughout tbo community. Most
of tbo churches have good horso-sheds at
tached, thus verifying tbe priuclplo that
"Tbe righteous man regardeth the life of his
Grapes and other small fruits are raisod
in larger quantities thon in most otbor rural
towns; and wine from grapes, blackberries
ana currants, are manufactured to somo-
Honry Hu'.burt runs a cano-mlll,at which
he has manufactured about ono hundred
barrels of sorghum molasses during the past
Season, much of it being of very fine quality,
and about ten barrels of it being from caoe
ot his own raising, on one and tbroo-fourtbs
Last yoar there several hundroJ barrels of
cider manufactured into "apple jell" a
very nice artinle indeed by tbe use . of
ono of Cook's Evaporators, which would
bavo been repeated on a larger sc&lo this
year, only the apple crop was cut short in
During tbe paBt four years of war for tbe
Union, the peoplo of Thompson havo fur-
niBhoa all tbe men required of them.prompt-
ly filling all tboir quotas, being dotormined
not to bo drafted, but uniting, without dis
tinction of party, to raise money and pro
euro men, paying all the way from a mere
nominal sum as high as $600, township
and citizens' bounty.
A littlo daughter of J. B. and E V. Whip
ple, aged about six months, has tx grand
motheri living, five of whom are now in tbe
vicinity, and design to celebrate tbe next
Christmas in company, at said Whipplo's,
on the 25tb Inst. Four of tbe grandmother?, j
it will be remombered, of courso, are great
grandmothers. Tho above mentioned in
stance of longevity is not oTton beat. There
are also two grandfathers and one great-
grandfathor,claiming that same littlo grand
The Claridon Convention.
A very pleasant gathering of tbe musical
peoplo of tbis vicinity was held at tbe
Congregational Church in Claridon.on Tues
day and Wednesday of last week. About
ISO stagers were present, boing members of
tbe two Musical Associations of Geauga and.
Lako Counties, who bad agreed to meet to
gether in joint convention. The session
was ono of tho utmost harmony and good
foeling.and all appeared to enter boartily in
to tbo spirit offbo occasion.
Tho exoroises were conducted by Mr. J.
W. Suffern, of Tolodo, Principal of tbo
Western Normal Acadomy af Music, author
of tbo book "Excelsior," and otbor popular
music. Mr. Sufforn eicols as a conductor; 1b
vory energotio and tborough,nnd proved him
solf in every way to be "master of the situa
tion." A little such dnlliug, now and thon,
as tho members of the Claridon Convention
roooived at bis bands, would, I think, do the
singors of this region no particular barm.
He came among us a perfoct strangor, bar
ing never been in tbis vicinity before; and,
when it was announced through the papers
that bo was to lead -tbo Convention, tba
question in everybody's moutb was, "Wbo
and what is he?' It is hoped and expected
that the members of the U. M. Association
will, ere long, have tbe pleasure again of
meeting in convention under bis direction.
Tho Concert Wcdnosday evening was
very fine. Tbore was a song by Prof. M.
Kieffor, of Wooster, and the usual number
and variety of quartetts, &c. That there
was a defioieucy of good anthems was owing
to the fact that there is a deQoieucy of tbe
same in tbe book used.
The Convention adjourned to meet next
at Chester, Jan. 25tb and 20th.
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Lands in another column. Lacy &
Cheese Factories of New York.
The New York Tribune of Dec. 9th
contains some interesting facts in regard
the Cheese Factories of that State, In
counties there are 425 factories the
counties containing from 6 to CO factories.
Gneida contains GO; Jefferson, Otse
go, 33 ; MadiBon, 34 ; Lewis, 32 ; Her
kimer, 31 ; Oswego, 21 ; Orsnge, 20 ;
nhpnnnrrn. 19 ! Ace.
The aggregate summary. of these 425
factories is as follows :
Cost buildings and apparatus, 8862,931
employed male, 705
" " female, 7B 1
Average number of COWS, 128,526
Pounds of miik used, 307,677,242
Pounds of cheese made, 32,663,014
Tbe reports of 133 factories for the
year 1864, present the following aggre
Cost buildings and apparatus, 8378,18?
Persona employed male, 258
Number ot cows used, .67,034
Pounds of milk used, ' 187,822,839
Pounds of cheese made, 18,943,435
Average number of pounds
of milk to ohe of cheese. 9.915
Pounds of milk to a COW, 2,802
Pounds of cheese to a cow, 283
Value of cheese at 20 c. lb., 83,788,687
Average value of cheese to a cow, 856,52
In .1864, cheese was sold from 10 to
30 cents per pound, the average price
being about 20 cents.
Tbe Tribune says : "The quantity of
salt used to 100 lb. of cheese was re
ported from 377 factories. In 101 of
these the amount used was 3 lb ; in 87,
2lb.; in 51, 2 J lb.; in 40,2 7-10 lb.;
in 19, 2 4-5 lb.: in 9, 2 lb.: and in 6.
5 lb. The least quantity used was .3 of
a pound. In Limburg cheeses the quan
tity was much greater, ranging from 14
to 17 pounds."
Tbe following table will exhibit the
amount of cheese produced in five
Counties. Pounds of Cheese. Value.
21,148,610 84,229,722 00
The reader will not fail to notice that
only one county in the State of New
York produces more cheese than "Old
TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. 19, 1865.
FLOUR Dull and nominally unchane
cd. Sales 60 bbls choice country XX white
at $11.25: 100 bbls good do XX red at
- WHEAT Dull and heavy. Sales 2 cars
old amber Michigan at 62,00. No sales
other grades reported.
CORN In more demand to-day. Sales
1000 bu choice No 1 at 59c; 5 cars new
shelled at 55c; 2 oars do do 66c. -OATS
Dull; no sales. Nol holdat40
41o from store.
DRESSED HOGS Very little doing.
Packers offering lOo per lb for beavy.
PORK Unchanged. Sales of 15 bbls
Mess at 30,00, Clear 34,00.
MESS BEEF Steady at $18,00 for city
packed. BUTTER In fair trade domnnd. Small
sales of primo roll and oboico tub at 35o.
CHEESE Quiot and Bteady. Good to
choice Western Reserve and New York
EGGS In moderate request at S738c,
for fresh packed.
DRIED APPLES Qufet at ll12o for
old and l4l4jo for new.
GREEN APPLES Quiet and steady.
Good to chnioe fruit held at 4 005 00
POTATOES Poaohblows steady and in
fair dedamd at 8085 in car lots.
HAY Loose selling at a range of 88.00
12,00. Boater prossod at $20,0032.00.
POULTRY In fair demand at 13l4c
porlb. for Chickens, 1516 for Turkeys.
The Universalis will hold a meeting
at the Court House in Cbardon, on Sat
urday and Sunday, Dec. 23d and 24th.
Rev. C. L. Sbipman will attend on Satur
day, and Revs. 8. P. Merrifield and A.
Willson both days. Services will com
mence on Saturday, at 1 1 A. M. All
Rev. A; Willson will preach at Char
don Center, Friday Dec, 23d.
On the 21st inst.. at the Chsrdon House, by
Rev. J. D. Norton, Mr. WILLIAM W FOR
SIIEY of Michigan, and Miss AUIULLA MOR
TON, of Newaury.
On the 15th inst., at ber residence 'in
Cbardon, Mrs. EMMA E , wife of Mark
Rush, Esq., aged 40 years.
Mrs. It. was a true philanthropist, (which
charaotoristio she evinced by ber works,)
faithful wife, an affectionate mother and
dovoted Christian. Tbe loss of tbe family
and social circle, and tbe church from whlob
she has boen romored, is great, but her gain
is far greater,
' Blessed are the dead wbo die In tbe
In Chardon, on the morning of Nov. 29th, '65,
Mrs. JULIET GOULD, in the 29th year of her
age wife of Samuel Gould, of Chardon, and
daughter of Norman and Chios A. Fitch, of Con-
CThe deceased died a Christian, peaceful and
happily bidding earth and dear friends larewell.
Father, we thank thee, for the dead one
Treads now the eternal bills;
Her footsteps falter not beside
The ever-flowing rills.
Lifted above all grief and ears,
From trials borne away.
She has exchanged this twilight gloom
For never-endin g day. . Com.
In Foreeton, Illinois, of Typhoid Fever, ROL
LIN A-, son of Warren B. and Ellen Kuowles,
aged 5 years, 1 month and 8 days.
in its action, tone and control them with HOS
Persons TETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BIT-
What the Illustrious Abernethy Said.
"Welt, air, what's the matter f'aaid Aber
nethy, the great English surgeon, to a eadav
oroua-looking patient, wbo had called to consult
him. "Oh, nothing serious,' said be, my
stomach and liver are out of order, that's all."
"Do you call that nothing serious I" said Aber
nethy ; "I tell you, sir, that when these two or
gans are out of order, as you call it, there ia hot
a square inch of the body that is not more or less
diseased, nor a drop of blood in it that is in a
healthful condition. Nothing can be more true,
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T ETTERS remaining unclaimed in
JLU Post-UHioe at Cbardon, State of Ohio,
tbis Zlsf day or Vec, 1865.
fc2rTo obtain any of these Letters. the aonli
cant must call for "Advertised Letters, "give
aateot 1 lie Ltst,anapay oneoent loraavertising.
tern not catiea tor witnrn one monin, tney
.rill besom to the Dead Letter Office.
Burr, Rufus - Wells, Almeron B.
Smith, Emma Mrs. Warner, Edward
Babin, Mollie Woodard. Eliza Mrs.
J. O. CONVERSE, P. M.
Saw Ulills for Sale.
The Subrcriber offer for sale his Saw Mill and
Factory, situated about 80 rods from the Court
House, no the road leading toHambden Center.
The Saw Mill is run by an engine of 12 horse
power, and is furnished with water from a never
failing spring of water, has one upright and one
circular saw, and is well calculated to do a good
The Factory contains a 12 horse power station
ary engine, two benches for circular saws, one
Wooden Bowl Machine, 1 Broom Handle Lathe,
I Run of Stone, and a good Cider Mill, and Shin
The Factory and the Saw Mill, with the land
upon which they stand, will be sold together,
either one of them. For further information in
quire of the owner.
Chardon, Dec. 22nd, 1665. 632tf
NOTICE. THE Commissioner of Geauga
County will be iu tbe Township ol Troy,
Tuesday, January 2nd, at 10 o'clock A. M, at
point where the Cuyahoga River crosses the east
and west center road, to leceive proposals
raising the abutments and piersjind the buiiding
of a bridge. Said Commissioners will also be
the townuliip of Huntsbarg, on Wednesday, Jan.
3d, at a point where the east and west center
road crosses Pbelps Creek, to receive proposals
for the building of abutments and bridge. Plans
and specifications will be made known on tbe
day of letting. By order of the Commissionerrs
b30 A. P. T1LDEN, Auditor.
QHER1FFS SALE. By virtue of an order
U sale issued outol theUourt ol Common rlias
of Geauga County, Ohio, wherein Orrin Wilson
is plaintiff, and Joseph Bradley is dofendant,
me directed and delivereu, dated November 14th,
1865, 1 shall offer lor sale at public vendue, at the
door ot the Court House in Chardon in' said Co..
on Saturday, Dec. 23, IP65. between the hours
10 a. iu. ana r. ra. 01 saia asy, ine loiiowir.g
real estate, situate in the township of Mon'.ville,
Geauga County, Ohio, and bounded as follows:
To be taken off in a square form from the aorth
west eorner'of Lot No. One in said township,
bounded on the north and west bounds of said
lot one-hundred and sixty rods each; south by
line to be equal and parallel to the first bounded
above mentioned;and east by a line to be drawu
.1 - J 1 1 a 1 tA ,1ia rntnnA mnitl!nn1l LmiriI.
QtJUal II VI yj. . . 1 1 V I ,W UW KVVIIU III.UIIVM W VWUUUB,
and containing one bnndred and sixty acres
land. Said premises were duly appraised at 3,
200 Terms of Sale, cash in hand.
B.N. 8IIAW, Sheriff,
Sheriffs Office. Geauca :
ICouuty.NovOih.-es. 5 - 828
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the Heart, Whites, all Nervous Affections, Hys
terics. Fatigue. Pain la the Back and Limbs, dis
turbed sleep, &c , which arise from interruption
. Dr. Chccscmnn's Pills '
were the commencement of a new era in the
tieatmentof irregularities and obstructions thai
have consigned so many to a premature grave.
No female can enjoy good health unless she is
regular; and whenever an obstruction takes
place, the general health begins to decline. Theae
Pills form the fimit preparation ever pt forward
with Immediate and Pebsistekt Success. . DO
NOT BE DECEIVED. Take this advertise
ment to your Druggist, and tell him you want tho
BEST and moil RELIABLE FEMALE Med
icine in the World, which' is comprised in thesa
Dr. Cliecscmaii'a Fins
have been a Standard Remedy for over 30 yearB,
and are the most effectual one ever known for
all complaints peculiar to Females. To all class
es they are invaluable, inducing, with certainty,
periodical regularity. They are known to thou,
sands throughout the country, who have used
tnem at oinerem penoas, naving me sanction ui
some of the most eminent American Fhysiciani.
Explicit Direction! with eacft Hox. frtct un
Dollar per Box, or 6 Boxes for t5, containing
from 50 to 60 Pills. Pills lent bl maiL prompt!.
secure from observation, by remitting to the Pro
prietors. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS GENriK-
Atltll. tXU 1 Willi. VJO OL ilkLtLt I E.H,
81 Cedar Street, New York.
Sold by Cook St McGowon, Chardon; S. Moo
dcy, O. II. Lee and D. H. Parmly, Painesville
H. E. Kellogg and Cook & Smead, Madison
Burr &. Bates, Willoughby. - 778ytdec9
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The aged should be certain to make tbe Biekrene
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youthtul in feeling and in strength, and enable
them to live over again the days of their pristine
joy. it not only exhilarates ouisirenguicns.ona
! rAnllu an. invlllnhl hleftninir. eSDCcinllv tOal-
"ihose who have been reduced to a condition of
servility, eelf-abuse.misfortune. or ordinary sick
ness. No matter what the cause of the lmpolency
of any human organ, this superb preparation wil
remove tne euects at once ana torever.
CURES IMPOTEnMyGEERAL DEBILI
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DEPRESSION, LOSS OF APPETITE, LOW
SPIRITS, WEAKNESS OF THE ORGANS
INDOLENCE, EMACIATION, ENNUI. IT
HAS A MOST DELIGHTFUL. DESIRABLE
AND NOVEL EFFECT UPON THE NERV
OUS SYSTEM; and all those who are in any
way prostrated by nerveus disabilities, are earn
estly advised to seek a cure in this most excel
lent and unequalled preparation. Persons who,
by imprudence.have lost their NATURAL VIG
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The FEEBLEViTie LANGUID, the DESPAIR
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ery a trial; it will be found totally different from
all other articles tor me same purpose.
To Females.-T-his preparation ia invalua
ble in nervous weaknesses of all kinds, as it will
restore the wasted strength with wonderful per
manence. It is also a' grand tonic, and will give
relief in Dyspepsia with the first dose. A brief
persistence in its use will renovate the Stomach
to a degree of perfect health, and banish Dyspep
One dollar per bottle, or six bottles for 5.
Sold by Druggists generally.
Sent by express anywhere, by addressing
JTCHINGS & HILLYEK, Proprietors,"
81 Cedar Street, New York.
Sold by Cook & McGowan, Chardon; Samue
Moodey, Painesville. 776dec9
JJJISSOUEI IS FREE I - .?
ItACY & ADAMS, . .
Land and Emigration Agents,
FOK TEH ' 1
HANNIBAL AST. JO. RAILROAD.
We are nrenared to furnish valuable aid and in
formation to all who desire to remove to Missou
ri. We supply ail the land documents published
by tbe H. &. St. Jo. ft. R. Co. To those who wish
to invest capital in Missouri in any una o: Dual
ness or manufactures, we are able to furnish in
formation of especial interest. Our extensive lo-
caejknowledge will enable us to point out at onea
the most lavorauie localities lor starting wuj
NIES. We have also thousands of
in all parts of Missouri, which are being sold, in
many cases, for less than the improvements cost.
All who desire information bl any kind with re
gard to Northern Missouri, should apply at once
by person orlet'erto us. . .. .
arOfiice, No. 5 Hoffman's Block, corner Supe
rior Street and Public Square, opposite Post Of
fice, Cleveland, Ohio.
N. B By special arrangements with the Rail
road Companies on the route, Emigrants to Mis
souri, by applying to us, are enabled to secure bet
ter rates for Passape and Freight, than they eao
otherwise obtain. - 8U8t .
THE subscriber, a Practical Auctioneer, will
attend to all calls to sell property at auction.
Parsons in want of his services can leave their
orders at the Jeffersonian Offidfe, 01 at Murray &
Cauticid'B Bank. Those at a distance can ad
dress the subscriber by mail. All orders promptly
attended to. . COWLES.
CbardonvOct. 13th, 1865. 823 m6 '
Boot & Shop,
(ttJ-Over Teed & Adams' Harness Shop,)
tBrlhe most fashionable workman in the coun
try, and one of the MOST SUBSTANTIAL.
Chardgn,Sept.89tb, 1865. - 5som3
NOTICE. The undersigned have been ap
pointed and qaulified as Aminis'rstors oT the
Estate of GeorgesA. Mowry, dec, late of Mont
villa, Geauga County. Ohio. MOWRy