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LAWS OF OHIO.
(Published by Authority.) [No. 24.] AN ACT .. i . Supnlnmontarv to nn net ontutmi " an noi duAiiing. certain dmiot of clerks, tlu-nfl's, nnd (irniouuiliig attoriu'v,' issod I ub-1 . ruary 2d, IStJ. " SucTlost I. He il rnactrd In the General Assembly of the S'aie of Ohio. That It shall bu tho duty tif titurj clurk of ovary court ol record to receive from (he hands id the tlierifT. or other officer of the court, nil Coin fated upon nny writ issued trnin t lit) court, tiich at uppraitori' feet, primer s feet, or any other teet nocostuiily inurrud in the elocution of any luoh wi n, and pay the Same over to the permm entitled (hereto on demand t nnd it shall bo the dulv el tho ahuritl'. or oilier officer of court, in tax such Olli, Collect und pay the ilium over to the ulerk of the court Irom wh.oli Ihe writ issu ed, giving the inime ot each individual, and tho amount which each it entitled to n ruive. WILLIAM B. WOODS. BASSETT LANGDON, President pro tem., of the Senate. President pro tem., of the Senate. February 14, 1859. [No. 25.] AN ACT To amend the 314th tection of tho Codo of Civil Procedure. Sr-crtos 1. Be it miu t.il hy the Geneinl Assembly of the Mule nf Ohio - vi.,- r in.,,, i l..., i hut tho S14cl suction ot the ucl entiiletl ' un act In ..... . , ltubli.lt i code ol c.v.l procedure. amended . to road a. ..low,; hoc. 314 The IuII.iwi.ir poi tnii. tha i ho inomnpetei, to testily 1 1 lit I t.,,. who are ol unsound mind at tho tnuo nt their production lor pi oo iiuuiiii III. examination. I 4-.. 'II I 2d. Clnldieii uniler ten ve.iit Of aij.l. wh. appear insapihle of rooimoi; just impress:. ins of tho tacts lesp.iciniii which they uro I'Xamimw, or nt relaiiox . , n . I , . , ., them tril v. 3d. Husband and wile, tnr er I. mraliiAI. m.li'Ii iiIIiki or i.iiiiei.1111 n r tinu nmn. inuntcaiion made by nno to the oilier, dm ine tho inirriajjii, whutlier Cilled ut ti wit- tiois while that l elatniii su'it nted, or alter wurdt, except in actions where th i wit'e.wuie hu a tome Kilo, would on p aniiilt or deleu da. it ; in which action the wile iniv testily, r.uher chu huabtnd or wife in ay lestitv. but lint hnih 4th An attrirney. concwiiiini; any cmi'tiuoicat ion ina.i.i to linn hy hta client, in that lelaiion, or hit advice thereon, without tho clioiit's cum nit. Oh. A eloiny.iian or priest, cniicernin any cnnfu'iimi inado to III tn in hi. prohmional cltai actor, in the course of ditciplinu unj'iiund by the church to winch hu n. il.ins, wiih.iut the consent nf th pel sou makitiK the ciiufeKjinn, G il. No pui'tuti who would if u parly bu iocouipu tent in lenity under Iho loovisious nf hec 813. thall beco.nu competent by rousoti of an uBS.iiiiHiiii ot Ins claim. fiai. 2. That section 31 1 of the laid act to utall!bll a ende ot civil procedure, us laid aeutiou w,s amended by the act ol April 12 h. 1828. be, and tlio tame it hereby repcuk-d. bee. 3, Tbii net itiull tuka i fl'uct upon ill WILLIAM B WOODS, WILLIAM B WOODS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. E. BASSETT LANGDON. President pro tem. of the Senate. February 14, 1859. [No. 26] AN ACT To prohibit W.tchmim und othor I'olice Olfb;urs from claiming Witness 1'uea in oeriain cases. &KCTl'Jit I. Tie it rnactrd hy the flrnrral JiiMnnbly of the iilalr of Ohio. That nn Tvaiomnaii or other police ellicer shall be entitled In any witness feet in any case pro eculud under any criminal law ol iho .Slate of Ohio, or any ordinance ol a city ol the first or second class, b. loi e any police judge or mayor ofauv inch city, justice ot the peace or othur ollicer, having jurisdiction in uch easel. Sue. 2. Thii act ihull tuku r fleet from and uflor ill WILLIAM B. WOODS, Speaker the House of Representatives. E. BASSETT LANGDON. President pro tem. of the Senate. February 14, 1859. [No. 28] AN ACT To ainond tho net entitle. I "an net tn fix tho tialariut of Judge, in curtain easel." Section 1. Be It ea-tctrd by the General Jliiriitbly of the State of Ohio. That in II the c.iuntie. of ilns .State, having a pop ulation of two hundred thousand inhabitants or upwards, hu Ju lijes of the Court of Common l'leal hereutter elected therein, ball receive, in addition to the eahiry now paid to them out uf the Statu Trua.uiy. tho um of nno thousand dollars per annum, to be paid to them out of the county Treasury, in the tamo manner and at .null timet iih it provided by tuw fur Iho pas meet of the sal riot nf the Judi-ea nut of liiu .Stale Treasu ry : Provided that if the salaries of Judge, of the Court of Common Pleas should hu increased by Iho Statu, then tho payment out of tho county Treasury shall bu dimin ished in proportion, to that such Judges hall not in any way receive more than twunty-flvo hundred dulluia pur unuum sal ry. Kko. 2. That tho first section nf the above recited act, passed April 12th, 185S, bll uud tlio luin.i it Inn WILLIAM B. WOODS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. MARTIN WELKER. President the Senate. February 18, 1859. [No. 29.] AN ACT Malting a Furtial Appropriation tn moot Iho current oxpeusut nt thu Northern Ohio Ltinutiu Asylum fur the year 1359. " SECTION 1. Be it rnac.tcd by Ihe rrnrral rttiemoiy oj ine Male oj UM, t hat Ihere il hereby appropriated, nut nf the fundi in thu treasury of thii Klato applicable to gen eral revenue purpose, lur current expenses of ihe Noi thorn Ohio Lunatic Asylum fur 1860, tho turn of five thousand ilo'lart. Kkc. 2. This act shall luko effect on its )UugO. WILLIAM WILLIAM B. WOODS, Speaker of the House of Representives. MARTIN WELKER. President of the Senate. February 18, 1859. [No. 30.] AN ACT To amend loeliuu sixty-lour of an actcn titled "an act m provide for thu rooigau ixaiiun, lupurvisiini ami maiuteiiancit Common hohonl.," passed March 14 1853. Suction 1. lie il rnacted by the General sVfjrmw.y oj ( state of Ohio, That lec tion lixty-lunr uf the act atm etaid, ut laid lection it now amended, thall hu to amend ed ai lo read at folio. : Sue 64, Theilelits which liavo heroinlnio been cotitiatted bv ny tchnnl ditttict lor tchenl puiposel shall be provided for by tho ellimatu i( ihs pro or school board! cruatnU under the piovit. loot of thit uot, and uotioni may bo bi ought gaimt luoh boards to reoover tho tame When any Judgment thall bo obtained agalnit any luch ichnul maid, It thall be h duty of laid board to make an ultimate for the diitr.ct or lub-d.itriut, at laid board miy deem equitable, of tbo ainouni requir ed to latitfy luoh jadgrocot, with Inturctl Dd eotti : Said iuiouuj.o ctlluiatcd ibaii I ho en In ttio county auditor, shall bo hmojm'J, hy liiin upon llio district or iub district, hi tho ram nmy be, and thall bo colk'CtiMl nnd mid out In Iho samu niMinor hi other school iiuos. upon tho nrdrjr of the W lit tnlil Kfinril tit, nil I Ik. tf.wtifthiti Irnnl. -- . ; -i', - uinr, in sutisiy inu Jiiugmtmt ainrosniu. NtC, 2. '1 hut scut'oii sixty four aforuiaid lie uml I ha mimu hereby it repealed. JStc 3. Tun ucl shull tuko tiled upon in lntssugo. WILLIAM B. WOODS, the House MARTIN President the Senate. February 18, 1859. [No. 35] AN ACT ; . t L : I . To amunt! tho Seventh Section of the net I'hlii'eii "mii net lur tho I'rufviiilnn of Uamiiiff.' ptissud March 12. 1831, us uuieinlud by tlio not ot April 17, 1857, un titled "an act lo allium! nn act entitled nn ucl morn tlict iim 1 1 y l'luvont Guuib liilrf." pussed .l.itiourv 17. 1810. Mi ction 1 lie it enact, d by the Gtntral Assembly uf the .Sidle of Ohm, Thut Iho sijvmuli si-i'iinu ot Iho net onlilled " tin ant Inr the pi orviition ot ginning," pimmd March 12, 1 -3 ;i 1 . us iiinondud by iho third tectum ot iho act passed April 17, 1857, oiititluil "un'uci to uiuuiid an act mitilhid nil act innio . Ifocluallv lo iiiovuilt rjumblilio,'' tint- mid January 17, 1 Ts -J " . bo so amended ui to ... .,, ... . ', " ,,, i .. i .... 1..11..., u . K.... n I hat it uny person " "" J - r . . Bum nt money, or other property ol any value, ill Mian iiiur.n uuv uuv ui ttuii' i"i any tun. ot i.n.noy. or othur property ol J tuch pertnn .hall, on convic- , , ho fined in an. lu.n not ,x- , hundred dollar., or bo imp. i- .... . in.. . . .i. .. . .. value, or kliall inuko uny but or wurinr tor I . .1 t .1 .. , I ,1, B.FIIO.I III 1IIU lil.UIIIT 11,11 IMI lUfll 11IMII ltt . . .. . ... .. uai inn iiiiiiu iikiii bi. 1IIUIIIII0. hue 2. That the third lection of tlio net I passed April 17, 8.')7, entitled "nnurtto IIIIKIIKI U I Ulk Ulllllll'U nil f,i.t IIIIIIU ,,- . ,, , ... .... , f II'LIUU.iV til IIIUIUII, H.IIIIUlllll', llllQnt'U I . n'. ' January 17, 1H4U, bo uud the luuioil hereby n i o iled six' 3. This act shall taku effect from its WILLIAM B. WOODS. Speaker of the House of Representatives. MARTIN WELKER. President of the Senate. I hereby certify thai I huro compared tho oi iJ;.iioi lawt with authenticated copies re ceived by mo from thu Secretary of Statu, and that they uro correct. C. C. FIELD, Auditor of Geauga County. MEDICAL. U7ITI1 OT A.MIMIU'AN womi:n. 1'iomtt.eN. V. Datby Svw lJiluriiil.J We (tfirn in call aitiiiton lo u letter tioni Dr. Jotthu.i K. Uii K'.o.un l(e;iltli ot' Anicricaii Wo uieii," m uiijHilt column. Utt irouis Iho mihjt ci in nn able niaiMi'.T. and hi nkill uud medical juiig incut in :i y be it'litU uputl. Frit in the Atb-itiy Evening Exprrst. Murrliall'a Un-rine Cutholicon Im proved to be fully a? vuluaUle rf it U cUiinu'd to bo hi many ttuven: tt it- tn ido y niudicul rtitlemen and others. lr. lii iuyo ia a rcyular phyt-inn of vury fliih a taiuitiui.iri, a matt ut gio;it judgment nnd dincrimi n it lion, u indiciouit uud highly MtcHtul uructi tinner. u all ilisciirica, cs.itcuil'.y those ol' women and children. Fiom Physicians, MarflhrtM'.i Utniine Cnilinlicnn will certninlv euro ull tlio dt.seiiscs for which it in rrrointiifltidua In the wtnal cu4 1 liavo ever mot with, .Mnr slittil'M L'lonnu Cutholicon id a certain and talo leuio.ly. MAltSII.VMASL'TKRINFCATHOLICON Is tiulieittitinIy otYvied u a reliable remedy for nil thuso cuiuplnims lo which every womuii it liable, ami which gradually oillct tlio mind a well as the body, no thut to think, talk or work b eouieH uliko a source ot sullftniiK- if nut all impoH cilnliiy. Among oilier complaints N.r which tho CalUolicoii it a remedy is lie i' ulliujj of tlio Womb, Wlnius. SuiioresHed. lrrtuulnr or i'uintul .Men hiftiitiiou. Ulo;ni..g. lullaunnalious and Uibenuex l the KldncVboi Uriuury Urgaus, Itrtenlion or liiconiiucuce ot I'riuu, Ileurtburn, C'oaitvetiess, iSrrvoii'iii'(-st l-'auiiiuL's, I'alpiintioii. Crumps. Uiituitit'd lecp, and ull trouble, organic or fym pathi'iic, connected with iho uterine organs. Ludu s who are troubled with uny ol the ubove eyinptonm, or with ptne, liver or lun .omplaiutf, uift invited to adiliebs lr. UKUHiK. with full con- h.Uiicc that they will find reliel. Marshall's l.'ui me Ctnliolicoii is not a quuck mudiciuu. but its inundients liuvo btxu inudo known to the Medina! Colltcr', and they aio ut the scrvicu of any loaptctuuic phy.-iciau in tii country. VVnf pine of Marthalig 1'Urine Cat hoi icon u Out: Doltur and a Hal per Single B-Atl. Wist limionD, Coshocton Co., May 14, 1857. Mr. If li. Kinulcy, Sr. 1 linvo been selling tho mctficinoH of iho (irndl itberfi Company lor the hist ten yen re, find huvo iuvunatdy found tJiein to f;ive j.-ood bu ihiction ; und iho pills 1 have sold to u L"ud many fatuilus us n-giilarly as their ten and colK'o, and with my trade they becuino a staple ariiem. ..inrHiiaii h t 'lenue Uutnolicou is a meili ciiio thru lias doiiK a grent amount of good in fe malfl diHruses. One lady Isold a to told me she hnd rcibivfd more hem-lit from one bottle then she did from a lonu eonrho of medical trealniotil by ihe mom ftKUtui puysiciuns. Yours truly, JAMES WILSON. Jauuaty 1st, iHUS. MliH KOUINKON'S CERTIFICATE. rniNo.v, Trumbull Co.. May 1st. 1843. J hta rcriiht'S that 1 have been in very poor lio.itili for qui Hul found little or no relief alior emptoyiuir u mmitter o physicians. My disease w ax l'rolnu-.i!i L'lori. I had hi en reduced bv ihut and I'louror Albus until I hud become ulcerated to a conNiikrnhlH extent, iiy tho advice of Ir. (t. W. Uushitell I procured nnd took tlx Lotties of .Muishall's L' tun re Catholu-oii wlucli rnubled mo to attend to my husband in his lust fickuess until he diud, which was alMut a your since, i have taken lliree tiOtilfs since hisdeaili. which hnn nindtj me able to Inhur and summrl niv lamilv of three olnldrt-n. 'The Cntholicun has nearly restored me to health It it tho only thing (hat liuw mitigulctl in auuvi tujj u( nnico i icii very graieiut. MAKY E. ROBINSON I'OR SALE BY A Cook, Churdon, t! I'. Treat. Claridnn. I. E. Willi.imt. r.iikmnn. II 1. flishoD Sj Son, Midd!cliold. Il C. KellDce, Munsnn. Hi.tirv tiliiiminiifi Itiifi.nll I. Milan Si K'oit. Mulliurry Cornerl. Unri iek ,t (Juinet. Newbury. 1'.,ui X- It, ,n. I' ., ,1,1. And by Mudtuine Ueulort generally, tbro' OUb bllU C3IUIU. H. b. KISOSLEY, Cleveland. Agent for Ohm, March IS. 18:0. 479 Gm, nt . T7 youth axii makiiood: JUSri'UUMSllKI),tho25lh Thou sand, nnd ninile.l in a sen led envelope, tu sny oj dnwi, pott jaid, en re-eipt uf 3 aiaini .1 Midieat I'tttiv an the Phijtical Eih iiutinnand X'ir.ij vf tat t'euine, C'luMiU 6y "Hclf-Abiut," Infection, and the Jnjaeuiiit Cviiteiutnc'e ot 'rtir', . Uy It. J. CL'IA ERWIXl., M.D., Meinlr ol I !m Itoynl Collrije of Surgeons, ktcte ti'f Siicrinai.irrhiiiri or Seminal MmiiuioiiM i lul und Nurvous Uebtiiiy, Imuoioncy, l.ot of l.iimuy. Hi iiroshiuii ol Siirii, Ttiniilily, DiMSMia ollllunexu.illluniia. tin.l linn, .liin,-nl I.. l,ri,.. "i" i" J "u iiieciuuiiv rmnnveu tiy Ihe Au tlier'a nuvi I uml moat nuc.Mwfiil muWe of treatment l.y laeaiia ul wlncli ili liwalld can ratn priaiii.e .,,. lucouraa tu rjunceruus anil ex,ciiivv medicines. I'rim ihe J.ud,H t.iHrfi.Thn bssi treatinc over written on a tubieet uf vind linporttmic in til well w rdiy the Aiitlior'i rxulml rrputnit in " ' VT Address ilia Publishers. J C. KI.IVI-. r Ihi Avenue, eor. JUthitrect I'oat Dux No. 458j ew t era i'iy. Ap. b. If.VJ. 48J-nniln. I.AIKJE Atmrtinc-nt f TRUX IKS. VAI.- S..1'. "" ' 'i il . i snu iioi'.m, 0OVEH,onbtndby Nov.U. WH.KIX8&.KE l.VY.Y. trfVlI) Astortmenlnf .AHIIW DOMESTIC t CAt.l' IW0TEEK. warranted lo auit, by MEDICAL. Ague Cure, rot Tin artiDT coat ot Intermittent Ferer, or Feer Atne, Remittent Ferer, Chill FeTer, Dnmfc Anne, Periodical Headache, or Billon Headache, and llilloui Fcreri, indeed for the whole clan of diieaiet origi ntinf In biliary dc ranf cment, earned by the Malaria of miairantio countriei. No ono remedy il louder called for by the neceuitioi of the American people than a iurt and safe cure for Feror and Aftue. Such we are now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate the elites, and with assurance, founded on proof, that no hum con arise from iti use in any quan tity. That which protect! from or prcTenti thii disorder must be of immense service in the communities where it prevails. Prevention it better than cure, for the patient escapes the risk which he must run in violent attack! of thii baleful distemper. This ' (,'UHt " expeli tho miasmatic poison of Fever and Aoui from the tystcm and prevent! the develop ment of the disease, if taken on the tint ap proach of its premonitory symptoms. It U not only the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class of complaint, but alto the cheapest. Tho large quantity we supply for a dollar bring it within the reach of every body; and in bilious districts, "where Fivia and Auue prevails, every body should have it and use it freely both for euro and protection. It is hoped this prire will place it within the reach uf all tho poor as well as tho rich. A grent superiority of thii remedy over any other ever discovered for tho speedy and cer tain cure of Intermittent! is, that it contain! no Quinine or mineral, consequently it pro duces no quinism or otlwr injurio.ii effect whatever upon the constitution. Those cured by it arc left a healthy at if they had never had the disease. Fever and ARtie ii not alone the consequence of the miu.innttc poison. A great variety of disorders arise from iti irritation, among which are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Uout, Headache, Ulindtiess, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth ma, l'alpitation, l'ainful Affection of the cSpleeii, Hysterica, Tain in the lluwelt. Colic, Paralysis, and Derangement of the Stomach, all of which, when originating in thii cause, put on the intermittent type, or become period ical. Thii C't'aa " expels the poison from the blood, and consequently cure them all alike. It it an invaluable protection to immi grant! and person! travelling or temporarily residing in the malariom districts. If takm occasionally or daily while exposed to the in fection, that will be excreted from the system, and cannot accumulate in surHcient quantity to riptm into disease. Hence it ii even more valuablu fur protection than cure, and lew will ever suffer from Intermittent!, if they avail themselvci of the protection, thi remedy af fords. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIO, tr to composed that diaatti within the range of their action can rarely withstand or erade them. Their penetrating properlica tearch, and eletnae, and iniinorat every portion of the human orgao ism, correcting its diseased action, and restoring its healtlijr vitulities. As a consequence of these properties, the invalid who ia bowed down with Etui or physical detiility it astomahed to And hi ealth or energy restored by a remedy at once to simple and inviting. Mot only do they cure thi every day complaint of vcry body, but alao many formidable and dangerous diaeasea. The agent below named i pteatea lurniaii gratis my American Almaaae, containing certificates of their curea and directiona for their use in the following complaints: Cvitivt nejf , Jltarthum, Headache arising Jrom disordered Stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Pain in and Morbid Inaction of the Bowels, Flatulency, Loss of Appe tite, Jaundice, and other kindred complainta, arising from a low state of the body or obstructioa at its functions. Tbty are an excellent alterative fur the renovation of the blood and the reatora tion of ton lad ttrangth to the system debilitated by distal. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, roa'MB batid ccaa or Conght, Cold, Influenza, Iloaraen, Croup, Bronchltit, Incipient Coainmp . tion, and for the relief of Contumptlv I'utientt in advanced stagei of I ha diteate. 8o wide It the field of Iti usefulness and so i merou are the ctaea uf ita curea, that almoet overy section of country abound in persona pub licly known, who hav been reatored from alarming and even desperat diseases of the lungs by it use. When unc tried, its superiority over eiery other mcdicino of ita kind ia too apparent to eacap observation, and where ita virtues are known, uie Jmblto no longer ucaltate what anudot to employ or Iho dinlressing and daagarou affections of the iniiiiiuuMrj orpinis mil are uiciucni iu uui viiniaiv. While many inferior remedies thrust upon th community have failed and been discarded, thi has gained friends by every trial, conferred benefit on the afflicted they can never forget, and pro duced curea too numerous and too rttaarkabas to be forgotten. FREPASKD BY DR. J. C. AVER Sc. CO. iOWELL, MASS. A. i OtIK, General Agent fur Octiuyo county, t'liHi-ilmi. Ohio. &3rSoMatsoby Dr. Jonx Nichols. Chardon, and ntu di. L,i.tvtLAMU. t.. lltirntun.tJ. 4,ta-ly Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA. A Benevulent Institution, established by specials duwmeiitjoe the rebel uj the sick and distress ed, aJticleU with Virulent mid Epi' denitr diseases. rpiIK HOW A It l ASSOCIATION, IN J view ul I lie owlul destruction ol human 111. caused by Sexual Diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon t Ita uiilurtunat victims ol audi disuases hy Ciuacke. tevcial year agu directed tneir tonsuliuig burgeon, as a Ciniritiible Act worthy of their 'iiamu, to open a Dispensary lor the Treatment ot this Cluss of Disease, in all their loriiia, and to give A1I.D1CAL. ADVICE t.KATIM tu all wliu may apply by letter, with description of their euiuliiiuii, (ago, occupation, habiti ol lilo. etc.,) and in cases ol extreme, pover ty to Ft ItMlsil All.ltlCl.NI.il i'ltt.L OK t. II AKt.l-.. Jl is needles to add thut the Asso ciatiju commands the holiest Aledlcnl Skill el the ago, and will luriiish tiie nn it appruved modern treatment Tli Director of the Association, in their An nual Itepon upon the treatment of Pexua His- uaset, lur tho year ending January 1st, I Si,-), cAuieaa 1110 uigiiesi eansiuciiun wnu ine tuccett wiitcn nas aituiiiled tlio latiort ol the Conaulting Surgeon in tlio cure of Siierinaturrhaa, Seminal Woukili'SS, Impotence. Uoiiorilicea. tiled, Sypliil lis, tho vice ol OiianiMu or .Sell-Abuse, ic , and order a continuance of the same plau fur the en euini: year. Tim Directors on a review of the past, fecial sured llial tlieir labors in this sphere ol benevulent eflurl, have been ul crcat lienetit to the nlllii icd especially lo the young.and they have resolved io u..u .iiviiiK-i.L-e, w un reneweu tai, io inn very iuilHirlani bin niu'cli despised cause. An adinirubio Iteport on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, tho Vice ol Onanism, Mastur bation or Sell-Abuse, and other Diseases ol the Sexual Organs, by ihe Consulting Surgeon, which will be tent by mail, (in a sealed leiter envelupe,, nee vr rnnirr.on ruceipi oi iva stamps lor pott ago. Other Reports and Tracts on the nature and treatment of Sexual Diseases, Diet, etc., are constantly being published for gratuitous distribu linn, and will Co tent to th uHllctod. Some of the new remedies and methods of treatment di. covered during th last year, are of great value. Addrcaa, for Report or iieatment, Or, tiKO. It. t:A I.UtHIN, Consulting Surgeon, Howard Asociation, No. t South Ninth Street, i'liiladel. phia, 1'a. Ily order of the Director!, EZItA D. IIEARTWELL, i"riiaVnl (iEO. rAllrHII.n, .Vtcreljru. Ot!tohery6. H7. 559-!y ri'UHK PAINT for sale by I COOK at HAMILTON "4 GOODFyitof FIKKIIVH for Sale cheap r euiiablo for Packing Mutton, 1'ork and I3ef. Cull atise them t Jii. i WlI.KIN3eV.yP:tLEY. fTIN AN1 8TONK V A It 10. by I Nov.U) WILKlNScVKF.U.F.V. UAR. Mdlutfl. rinnr Kfill Nulls. R...r,i llrUvrc,tlwiiri tn baud and for sale low, a (blV V,1.L LliAmitl LEGAL. NOTICE. rilllK undetiignod hat boon ippolntod X Kiocutor of tbo Kstate of Ltonjamin Onff, deceated.late of Troy, Oeaug County, Ohio. All porsnni conceriiod will eororu tboiniulvet accordingly. NOAH MILLS UOr F. Troy, May 6tb, 18&0. 48(1 3w IN TUB COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF GEAUGA CO., O. Hiram Stanton and Joto I'arkor. I'lfftt.. r. v cit'K t'lction. Walter 6. llarpor, I'uleiiilunt, rilllF, said Defendant, Walter 8. llarpor, JL who reside in the Statoof Now York, it hereby Notified that laid Plaintiffs, Hiram Stanton and Join Parker, oommeno- ed an notion ngulntt laid Defendant before Samuel Maguntgal, r.sq., a Justico ol Iho Fence of said County.and obtained an order nf Attachment thoruin, upnn which the Conttnblo to whom laid Order tiiued return ed that ha had found no property of tho Defendant to attuch, but that thu Defendant owned or had an interest In real estate in aid County ; and therefore laid Justico of tho I eaco curnfieU laid cauto to tint Court; and laid Plaintiff hare filed thoir petition in Ihi Court againtt laid lietemlunt nnil claim judgment ugainit said Defendant lor 973 anil Interest from Oct. 1st, 1858, on a Promissory Note made and delivered by thu Dele infant tu ono William Duuet, and bv mid Duonl transferred and delivered to the Fiiiintitls, and havo obtained nn Order nf Attachment in thi Court, and the tmnu hut been lorved by Attaching certain Heal Etlulenf laid Defendant in thii County. Said Defendant ii notified to nppuur and answer said petition oo or before the third Saturduv utter the 17th dav of June next. D. W. CANFIELD, Atty. for Plffi. Chnrdnn, May Gill. 1859 4-6 6w ROAD NOTICE. VOTICF. 1 licit MiY tilVI'N, Ihnt a 11 I'etlllon will be f resented to the Commission ers ol (h'Kiiga County, Ohio, at tlieir next .Meeting un I lie nrsl .Monday ol June next, to insconiiniie the North and South Kuad leading Irom K. K. llovey's, in Munson Iowuship, t.ieaugn County, tlltiu, lo Orator l.nraway's, in said Towiiship. iMiiiisin, April iO, IHS9. tHa-ftw rpjn; r.ubitsi(;.vi:i ha vk this J il.-tth dnv ol Anril. If.'i9.) dav entered into CO-PA KT.NKKSIID" lor tho I'liACTICF, of tho LAW in ilm various ( ourta in Ocauea County. Ohio, under the nan c of F0REIST and SMITH. We shall iive exclusive aiti-niion to the prac tice of our profession, and one or both members uf Hie lirmmuy at ull tunes be toiinJ in ourolhcein C'hnrdun. Mr. Smith is I'resecuting Attorney lor aid County, and Notary I'ublic. Mr. rorrlst prnctieca in Die L uitru State Courts, lor the Northern District ol Ohio. A shore of public pat runnge is respectfully solicited. W. O. KOKKIsST. II. K. SMITH April gjth, 1BW. 481-tf Mate of Ohio, (.enugn C'ouuty. Edward B.l'arkman, PltlT," John Murray, 2d, and KeurtofCom. IW Henry H. .Moore, Dells. J IKMtV II. .liOOHIC.oftheSlnleof III- 11 luois, will take notice Hint said r.uward II. I'arkmun, I'lnui ilf, has filed his Tendon in said Court uf Common I'leus nguinsl the said John .Murray, 'Jd, a resident ol said County, and the said Henry Ii. Moore, drl'Kiidnitis, judgment against asid deleuilania lur a70U, the amuuiil uf curtain bond executed Uy laid defendants fur ail appeal by Henry M. True and Albert C. True, from the judgment of said Conn of Common flea, lu the Ulsiricl court in and lor said County In a curtain action wherein laid Ldward li 1'nrkninn win plmmill, and laid Henry M. True and Albert C. True, together with William II. Webb, and Hen ry N. Smith were deluuduuis, and wherein, on said appeul, laid District Conn at their Sepiemlier term, gave judgment against sain Henry .11. ami Albert C. 1 ruu, and in lavur ul mid i'arkn an, lor BI,4J7 47 and coats, nu part ul wh'ch hna been paid, a alleged hy pluiiitill'. and on which execu tion has lieen issued, agreeably tu law. and re turned lliat nu property, real ul personal, could lie found tosatisty the tame. And the said Henry II. Moure ia ouiitied tu apprar and. answer tnid pe tiuu, on or belore tlio ilurd Saturday alter the 3d uayouuno next. I'HEUM ic THRASHER. l-6w Att'ys lur FI'fT. i:lile of A. II. Ootid m, lor'iiN4l ToriCK TC Kl 1)1 r)HS.. he Ull. li dersigued were, un the 2nd dayol I el.rtinry icj'j, oppoiiuej, ny tnn rrou.ito Court ol linauiia County, Ohio, Couimissionert on the Estuto of Albert II. tiot'.iam, deceased, renresoiued insol vent ; and the period ol tix months Irom tho dato of our said appointment is allowed Creditors tu bring in and pruvo iheir Claims against said Es tate. 1 he riubscrilierj will attend lu the duties of their laid appointment at the Olhce of I). W. Can lield, in Cliardoii, in an id County, on the LAST MONDAY of February, March, April, May, June auu Jiuy, A.u. laati, ai Ten o'clock A M. ol each ol laid daya. Dated al Ciiardun, this 2nd day ol LV.l V. ' rcuruary, m.i-.i. JOHN FRENCH, Com mi. D. W CANFIELD, lionera. reh. 11. 18M 474-fim I'RUPUStU AJIJJ.D.uEJlT TO TUIJ VC O i S T I T U T I O X . I EI.ATIVEto an Aineiidmeiil to the Consti- 1k. tunon, providing for Annual Sessions of thu Ueneral Assembly. A'e.vufei'f, ty the General Assembly of the Stateof imio, i iirec-iiitiis ui ine members ul each house concurring therein, ihnt it be and it hereby pro posed to the clectur ol the State to vote at the next annual October Stum Election, upon the approval ur reiection ol the following amendment as a sub stitute lur Ihe fust clause uf the twentv-tilth sec tion of th second ortlcl of the Constitution uf this Stale, lu win All regular sessions of ihe Loner a I Assembly tutu com nance on tho lirat Monday in January annually." Wll.l.l.t.Yl II. WOODS, Speaker of the House of Representative. MAK11.M Wr.LkKK April 5, 1859. President ol the Senate. FECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE, Columbus, O., April 7, 1B5'J. 1 I da lierchv rrlilv ilmi ill., ii.rfu, ,,,, In'm, Irm u.u. i.iuiiib ,, an iiiciitiiiieiu lu uie uun stilution providing fur Annual Sessions of the ginal roll on the lile in this ollice. A. r. KuaSELL, Socretary of State AiPtTo't Orricr. GtAi'at Codhty, 1 Ciiardun, April IS. ItJj'J. 1 i!a tiPbtf fnrtilii ili ,l.u .k..u. I. - copy ul the Joint Kesoluliuu received by me Irom . c. i' ir.i.u, nnuuor ueaugt Co. April 15, 18i'J. 483.6m Mew lilacksmiihins EsiablisluueDt IN ClIAKDON! ffHK tubacribers wuuld auuuuiice to thecitixeni I .., f-l I.. I .i... .1 e v, viiuiuwii u.iu viviiii.jr, uui me, nave ta ken tin, Itliii-UMninl, Six. ...tt.i.lu, r .-. vv. .v.vl,.,j, uvupicij Wjr j. .u Cotnsiock i Co., at ihe foot ul Water Street, where they are intending to carry un the business ill ail its branelutH. liuviiifi hud nn nviirij.,. Ar several year in the buiuea, they are prepared to du all kind ol work, audi ai Irouiug larr Bscs. Binrtin. Wn'oni. Slrlsht. Ie AL an cIlftHIl ft rat ft n n n Itsm nrmmra'. ( sanu - y wvah.m tit Blly UtIICf OBtablisluucn, uud iu ft durublo auti auaiociory &riJ&rliiiiUr mldtnlinn nntrl r linDCV illiratV eimliiiii u.irlc u.i ii ur 1 1 u .ml uia .1 .. term i ned that no one thall go away diasaiistied either with our wurk or price. , JOILN nAKDAKER &. CO. Chardon, December I ith. Ibid. 467 tf SIJIH 10.S. Juit printed, a quantity of Jullictt' nnd dlllslulil.i'a KIm-iLb r.f.,- ligling of Summon!, Bubpcouai, Execution, nriuoi Attacumuut, etc., wincn may be found at THIS OFFICE. April 80th, 1868. WASH Tl III, HII.,VCM)I) BOW 1.8 POTATOE MASIIERd, ROLLING P1H 1ilP u-rlr'L- uii.uiuu riiiTinij PlJt'el. BUTTER tiTAMPdand LADLES, con- Biaiiiiy on nana Dy H -. I . . . . T . m um i niLtii.iofttLLtr. Attiltli IN it tM.'1's. Al. k - Nov. 121 WILKINS 4. KEI.l.VV I-HI I K Hail Uy tire lb or hall-bane!. h I ov.l3J WlLKLNd 4. KELLLV LEGAL SALES. SflEHIFF'S SILK. BV Virtue of nn Kxecution issued from the Otlice of the Clerk of tin Court of Com mon I'lons. lur t he County ufGenuga and the State ol Ohio, in a certain suit wherein Simon 1. Carl ton ii rinliintl. and rreilerick L. Ilnrrendecn nnd Aluheus W. White are Deleudauts, to me directed end delivered, 1 have caused to be appraised and shall expose to Sale at Public Vendue, at the Door uf the Court House, in Chirdon, in said County, On Suturday, the roue lit day of June, a n. I8&9. lot ween the hours of Nine o'clock A.M. nnd Four o'clock P.M. of eaid day, the following described Real Estate, to wit : Known as Village Iit No. 73, In Great Lot Not l'J.in iheTowushipof Porkman, in said County, and ia bounded ns follows, towiti On the north by a street lending in a westerly direclion put ihe Melhudist Meeting House; on the west by an alley running between IaiI 77 and Lots 74 and li on the souili by Lot 74, and on the east by the road leading Irom Pnrkmon Village tu the Centre of Pnrkman, nnd is two chains and fitly nine links lung, and eighty-two link wide in (runt, and coniains about thirty-lour rods of Land, be ihe inme more or less. Snid Premises appraised al 23. Tinas ot Salk : Cash in hand. K W. WHITE, Plieriftand Special Master in Chancery. SherifTs Oilier, Uenuga Co., April lth, IbS'J. 48fi-w SIILIliri 'm SALE. IN obedience to the requirements of a Final Order of Sale, issued from the Office of the Clerk of the Court ol Common Pleat, of the County of Ucaiiga, nnd the Stato of Ohio, in a certain suit wherein Unvld frencii, una, anil Leonard Koith are Plaintiffs, and John Biddall, benjamin Kohurlaand Thomas Fuller are Defend ants, tu me directed and delivered, 1 have caused to be npprpised and shall expose to Sale Rt .Public Vendue, at the Door of the COl'RT HOUSE, in CHARDON, in laid County, on Saturday, the ith day of June, A D. 185!), between the hours of Nino o'clock A M. and Four o'clock P.M. ul in id day, the following described Premises, to wit : Situate in en id County ind State, and known and described at beini part of Sub-Lot 4, Lot .", Tract 1, in tne lownship of Rusnell, in laid County and Slate, and bounded aa fullowi : Commencing on the line ol lond now owned by Jaiucs Fuller, and at a point about livo rods louth-west from the truth-west corner ol the Crist Mill on the premise herein described ; Ihcnre enst twenty-four rods; thence norih twenty rods; thence west twenty-four rods; thence south twenty rods to the place of begin ning, containing three acres of Land, being the jnnd surveyed by Anson hartlell, also, tlie other rights in connection with said Land and Mill conveyed hy Thomas fuller to snid John Bid dull and Benjamin Roberts, be the same more or less, but subject to all legnl highway. Said preniines appraised nt l.273u. TlRMS Of Sale : Cash on day of tile. E. ti. WHITE, Slier iffand Special Master in Chancery. SherifTs Office, tienuga Co , April 2'J, IH5'.I. 48l)-5w Ul .4 Kill AN SAL.V.. TN pnrsUHiice nf nn Order of the Pro 1. bale Court of t.eauga County, Ohio, I ihall tell on tne premises, at putiiiu sale. On the Wlh day of June, A. D. 1859, between the hours ol one and four o'clock. P. M the undivided thrce-iiiuthi ill common, it being the interest of Chariot Nnney uud Albert B Smith, nt heirs of Thomas Smith, deceased, in the billowing described lands, situute ill Ihe lowiitlnj: ot Bainbritlue in snid f'uuuty : One piece, known as part of Lot Nn. 4 in Tract Nu. 3, and bounded as follows, to wit : North by Innu hit merly owned by John Fowler; east and south by the Tuwnship lines, and west by the west line uf aaid Lul, containing ninclv-ouc acre. ANo, another niece of land, in Lot No. 5 in Tract No II. in aaid Raiu'iri.lge Township. and bounded as ioiiuws: norm ny lauu owneu oy William flurd; east bv I hn enst hue of laid Lot Nu. f south by the south lino of said Township, and weal by land in said Lot owned hy Alexander Osburn, containing about forty acres. Tu lie sold subjeet to and incumbered by the uowcr esiam oi r. incline .-num. set ull ami as signed lo her by metes and bounds, and embracim sixty-live acres, from the west part uf the piece of latin nrsi anove oeecrineu. Terms of Sale One-half the purchase money uuwn, iinu uie. leaiuue ill uue yenr, JOSEPH K. EUULESTON, Guardian. May 13, my). 4S7w4 MIi:iUKl-'K tALb BY VIRTUE OF AN OUUER OF SALE issued Irom tho office of tho Clerk of thu Court nf Common float for the County ol Ueaugu, anil State ol Ohio, In a certain luit wberoin Clark O. Sumner it riiiintiff. and Williitun Kemplon and other are Do fondants, to oie directod and delivered, I hum caused to beoppruiiodand shull expose tn into at publio vendue at the Door of the Court huutu in Chardon in luitl County, on Saturday, the Wlh day of June A D. 1859. between tho hours of lull o'clock A.M., anil lour I'.M of luid day, the tollowiug do scribed Real Estate to wit.: Siniato iu tho Township of Thompson County of Oeaugu, and citato of Ohio.and known ai part of Let twelve (13) in laid lownsnip, iiutl bounded as follow! tu wit Beginning in tho center uf the Road run mug Irom Thompson to Chardon on the oait lino of laud deeded by Rotwoll Adtuni, to Alexander Sherwood, dated December Mill A D. 1S5-; thonco west erty uloug tho coiner of mid road sixteen rods; thunce louth-oattorly to the first mentioned line; llienco north on laid line tn the place ol beginning, to contain one acre oi lunii. Said premises appraised at 9115. . Tkiims or Sale : Cath In hand. K O. WHITE, Sheriff and 8peciul Matter in Chancery Sheriff Oflioe, Oeauga County. May Gth, 1869. 486-5 IIi:iCIFl "4 SALE. BY virtue ot an Execution liiuod from tho Cuurt of Common Pleat of Geauga County, Ohio, tn mo delivered, whnroiti Aloni.) Thwing it I'luintiff, and the Admin- mrutor of William Rider and othori Do fendanti, I have leviod upon, and thall offer tor lute at uuotiiui, al tho Court llouie in ChurJou in laid County, On the 3th day of Jane, A. D. 1859, butwueii thu bntirt of tun A. M. and four P. M., of auid day, tbo following described real estate, lituuto iu the Township of Muuion in luid County : One piece, known ai part of Lot No. I in tna Lust jjmuon ot Tract No. 1. and bounded at follow!, to wit i Jloginning on lliu tout b Mue of luid Lot No. 1, at tbo toulh-euit corner nt fifty acre tonnurly owned by Alburt Hovlj tliiiuoo north 8HJ degnel, oust 20 cuaini 03 liuki. to laud formerly owned by William Rider t thunce long the tuino uortu 11 douruui, oust 12 chain 10 linki to i atuko and itonut ; tneneo louili BHJ dogruet, wett 20 eliaint 60 links, to land formerly owned by Al bert lloyt; thonco along the same 12 chains 10 links, to the place of beginning, containing 25acres,uxcopting 4 acres in the south west corner, deeded by Stephen Ri der to il. II. Merrill, alio oxcopting 64 rods with uppurionanous and privileges, deeded by William Rider to A. L. Briggt and A. K. Rider, Deuuinber 1st, 1855. Also, another piece of land in said Lot No. 1, in the East Division of Tract No. I, iu M union, bounded altollowt; South on ten aores nf land formerly sold by William Rider to Lnraway oust on laud formerly owned by E. F. I'helpi north on land deeded by William Rider lo Jasoa Ran dall, and west ou land formerly owned by Stephen Rider, containing leu acre of land, being par of fifty acres deeded by Lemuel Rider to William Rider. Said first piece appraised al $444,00, and Said last piece appraised at (250,00. Tekus Cash in bund. B. O. WHITE, Sheriff. Chardon, May 13, 1059. S87w8 MORTGAGE DEEDS Just printed at ihi Olliee, Morigag Deed luinble for Attorneys to attach to foreclosures; alto, a large qtiauiiiy of lite him ot the common, six, or to be or or If ful for MEDICAL. Jane Appointments. Prove nljT Things ! ! DR. H. W. WADSWORTH, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, yyiLli lib AT 11 1 8 OFFIC K, IN Chardon, Chnse'i Hotel, Monday, June 6th, Clivei.und, Johnson House, June 7th &. Hth, Pai.iksvii.lk, Cow let House, Saturday, June 4th, Madison, Wheelei House, Friday, June :ird, Ashtabi ia, Ashtabula House. Thursday June 2. CONSULTATION FREE. THE MODE OF EXAMINATION Pursued by Dr. Wadsworth it very simple and entirely new, and by il disease ol any ol the inter nal vital organs is in a very lew minutes delected with facility and certainly, without asking the patient a question, or having the least previous knowledge ul the cote. Amung the Diseases treated with perfect suc cess, are SC IlOr L'l.A, And all diseases ol n Scrolulous origin, t leers, Tumor, Enlarged tilanda or Joints, Hip Disease. Swelled Neck or Goitre, Scrolulous Sore F.yas, Scald Head, hruptions on the Head or oilier part, Cancer, Fistula, Spinal Diseases, Dyspepsia, (ravel. Impotence, Strictures, ftl. itus I'nucc, Epilepsy, Rheumatism, Dropsy, ic. All disease peculiar tu Icnmles. and oil Chro nic Diseases ot Die Bruin, Eyes, Throat, Lungs, Heart, Stomach, Liver, Spleen, Kidneys, Shin or other Organs. A siieedy cure warranted in all diseases nf a Syphilitic or Venereal character. without tho use of Mercury or other poisons, which destroy the Constitution Teeth extracted wiihout pain by Galvanism. Regular visits will be made during the year, giving those whu commence, opportunity lo con tinue till cured. No certificates of curct published, but references any number of patients, who have been cured, will be given to thnte desiring them. THE POOR LIBERALLY CONSIDERED. Any person sending a correct statement of their symptoms, and enclosing f, will have medicines ai'apted tu tlieir care, sufficient to last unc month live weeks, sent tliem by Express. Address, It V . tV AUSW UK lit. .l I'.. Bnlai ia. N.Y. May It, 1809. 4S6.it THE GREAT WONDER OF THU SIJUJTBKJITIl I' KM I MY, PHOFESSOH It OOU S Hair Restorative. SAYS THE ST LOClTlMO.) DEMOCKA T . Below we publish a leiter to Dr. Wood, of this city, Irom a gentleman in Maine, which speaks glowingly of the superior merits of his hair tonic. Such evidence must have Its eded, when coming from eo reliable a source. If certificates are guarantees ol truth, ihe Dr. needs no encunium nor useless puffery from the press : Bath, Muiue, January '.'0, 1SDG. Professor O. J. Woort tr '.! l.isrLtMk..N, Having my attention called a few months since lo tlio highly bem'ticiil ellectsol your hair restorative, 1 was induced lu make application of it upon my own hair, winch had hecuiun quite gtny, probubly one-third white; nty whisker were ut same character. Some three months since 1 procured a buttle ol your bair restorative, and used it. I soun found it was proving what I bad wished. 1 used it about twice a week. 1 hare since procured another bottle, of which 1 hove used some. 1 can now certify to the world that the gray or white huir has totally riisapcarcd, both on my head and face, and my htur has re turned in natural color, and I believe more toll and glossy ilmn it hat been before lur twenty-live year. 1 am now sixty years old; my good wile at the age ol Hlty-two, lias used il wiiliSiiiucetTcct. The above notice I deem due to you lur your valuable discovery. I am assured thut whoever will rightly use, a per directions, will nntjiavo occasion lu contradict my statements. 1 'am a citizen of this city and a resident here lor the last lil tne ii years, and am known to nearly every one here and adjoining towns. Any use yuu may make ol the above, with my name attached, is at your service, a 1 wisii tu preserve thu beauties of nature iu others a well aa myself I am, truly yours, A. C. RAYMOND. WOODS HAIR RESTORATIVE Baltimore, Jan. a:t, 1359. Paorrssoa Wood DtA Sis, Having had tha' misfortune to luse the best portion ot my h-iir from ih effecis of the yellow lever, in New Orleans, iu 1851, 1 was induced lo make a trial of your pre paration, and found it to answer as the vjry thing needed. My hair i now thick and glossy, and nu word can express my obligations to you in giving 10 the (filleted such a treasure. UN LEY JOHNSON. The undersigned. Rev. J. K. Bragu,.is a minis ter in regular standing, and pastur uf the Ortho dox Church at Bruukhctd, Moss. He is a gentle man ol great iulluence and universally beloved. WM. DYER. BRooxFiri.D, January i. 1x53. PiwrEMOR Wood Diar Six, Huving made a trial of yuur Huir Resturutive, it gives me pleasure to tar, thai itt efleci has been excellent in remov ing ititiamuiation, dun. Ii ull' and a constant ten dancy lo itching with whieh 1 have been troubled from my childhood : and has also restored my hair, which was becoming gray, lo its original color. 1 have used no uther urticle with anything liko the same pleasure or profit. Yours truly, J. K. BRAGG. The Restorative is put up in bottles of J sizes, vu. i large, medium and small ; the small holds hall a pint, and retails tor one dollar per bottle; the medium hutds at least twenty per cent, moie ill proportion than the small, retails lor two dol lar per buttle; the large holds a quart, 40 per cent, more iu proportion, and rettiils fur $3. O.J. WOOD 4, CO., rioprietors.31-.' Broadway New York, (in Ihe great N.Y. Wire Railing Et tablishnieiit), and 111 Market St.. St. Louis, Mo. And Sold by all good Druggists and 1 ancy I'ebruary 4, 1859. 4:t I y June Appointments. Dr. II. TUBUS will be in attendance tifol low I Chardon, Chaie'a Hotel, on Friduy, 10th June. Bainuville, American llouie, en Tliurdny,9th June. Cleveland, American Houso, on Saturday and .vion.ioy, i nn and uin June For consultation upon all disease of the Throat. Lungs, Heart, Liver, Stomach, Bowels, Kidney, and Suleen : alsc. 1 Irons v. Gravel. Rheumatism. Nervousness, liability. Dyspepsia, Female Dis ease, Ague and Fevor, File, luipuritie ul the Blood, Eruption, Cancer, I'lcer, and al! oilier varieties ol long standing cumpliinn, both exter nal and internal. for soine ten yean Dr. T. hat devoted his entire time to chronic diseases, treating thousands annu ally, many of whom had exhausted every other resuurca within reach. In no east are tnivals other poisons emdoved, nor does he makl lick make well, or tear down to build up again. The medicine can be taken with solely nv the mutl delicate, and patients may remain at home and cou'.inue with prudence their ordinary diet and exercise. Many have recovcied under Ihe treatment after Iricndi uud physicians had given un all hone, the indisputable evidence of which can alwaya be furnished. Invalidi, however re duced or despairing, are invited tu call ond may assured thai no encouragement will be given expenses inourred, wiihout a corresponding pruspcctni recovery. t aEMoNT. Sandusky Lo , ti , ret., itisy. Dr. Tuhbs Di-AB. Sm. Early lost Spritm. my wife, whose health has nut been linn lorsume time. took a cold, which wai lo I lowed by a continued cough, iiippretsion, and prolapsus uteri. The liver also teemed very tluucish. and there wet scarcely any action of the bowel. She tilTered a f:ood deal from pain and weakness of the back, ikewise pain in the sides, and hecamo very weak, thin in flesh and feverish. Dunne the Sorins and Summer 1 employed three phy.-ieiuns, but Ihe tup presaion continuing and debility increasing, they thouirht little else could hu done than ' pilch up, ' palliate, ind one finally told me thai contump. tion had boen gradually advancing, and she couid probably survive long. Within two week after commencing your treatment, in September laal, ahe began to improve, and gained rapidly un til health was restored. Al present her health i deoidedlv belter ihan at any time before linca re- tiding in Fremont -about lit year ago. one nau sutiurca to mucii Dolore, gainea 10 ton fter beginning your treatment, and hot been to well ever tince, thit 1 have loll il a duty to inform you by letter, that il may be published to lbs world you think it beat. stss u. w. itttu Dr. Cogswell's Medical Salt. INVALIDS, LOOK HERE. Persons afllieuui with Inflammatory complaint! of any description, will find it lo their advantage lo pro cure the above valuable medicine. Il i very use in Rheumatic eomplainla, nu wnigmy recom mended by thoee who have used It. Direction using will be furnished with each box. Price 2. f ur lie i ini uiueo. Chardon. June 4th. 1W7. CTUT-FlSTE, COARSE, and DAIRY, in Novm&rbf3 WILKIN3 at KELLEY. RAIMINH by tho box or pound, Nov. J'-'l WlLfclNU & KELLEY. CLEVELAND. Furniture, Ciirncts, nnd Crockery, WILLIAM IIAKT, Whuleaalu and Retail Dealer in All kinds of FurniUirc, No. 107, Water Street, Cleveland, has now on hund a large i. complete assortment of Itoscwood, MuliOKitiiy, Black Walnut nntl Cherry FITJIXITITKE. CHAMBER SETS, vorious siylet, I.OCNC.KS, nt ull prices, ( MATTR ASSES, of Hair. Manilla, Excslsior in J Straw 1'I ANO STOOLS, All of which lolfer lo 'he purchasing community at Frices to Suit the Timet. WM. H ART, No. 107 Water St. . BECKWITirs CARPET, lTuLll. i WIXDOW Ml IDE STORE THE ONLY ESTABLISHMENT Or THE KIND IN OHIO L'lVK KTOIUD.N 130 FUET LONG DE JT voted exclusi tel v lo the sulo ut lilt above goods. STORY No. 1 Is devoted to tho sale ul Oil Cloths, from 3 feet to lo Si lect w ide, and Hope and C anton Mattings, li-4, 3-4, 4-1, 0-1 and t-t wide. STORY No. 2 fs an immense room, 22 led high, devoted to Twc Hy and Thrce-I'ly Ciirpet, 1'iaiio and Table Covers, Mills. Tiiblo Oil Cloths, Stair Carpets, Stair Rods, Carpet Swi cpers, eVc, Ac. STORY No 3 Is devoted lo Tapestry Brussels and TapeMry Vel vet 1'nrpets, Uiigi', Body Brtis.n l Carpet,' Ear, and Mufliu Curiums Cuilon, Worsted and Satin Dniiini-ki. Cornirra. Curtain Arms ond Bands, Cords and Tassels. Gold Bnnleted and Common Shades. Hull nnd White Hollands, Curtain f u tures. I'ulpil Tassels. &c, &.C. STORY No. 4 Isdevoted to Hemp and Cuilon Carpets, Cheap Wuul do , Drugueis Ciumh Cloths, f elt Cloths, Carpel I. minus. Hug Carpets, List and Yarn Car pets, Dutch Wool do., c, tic. STORY No. 5 Is need as an I'pliolslery and Sewing Room, for the Milking ol Carpets, l ining Shades and Cor nices, Slc, ic. Sos. 17 nnd 159 SITERIfIR STREET, CLEVELAND, OHIO. CROCKERY fit, GLASSWARE Vugs, Ellsworth & Co. IMPORTERS OF any a axd earthesware, Gas Fixtures, Lamps for (.'hurt ties anil Halfs, CUTLERY', LOOKING GLASSES, TRAY9, Plated and Britannia Ware, And a great variety of HOUSE- FURNISHING ARTICLES. T-Goodi carefully Packed and Deliviru) at TUt Dtroi Erusof Ciiaxuk. FOGG. ENSWORTH fcCo., Cor. of Superior and Seneca Sia.,CIveland. April I'j, ISb'J 4:)-6m GEAUGA COUNTY, A-tteiition ! ! Lewis, Easton & Co. CLEVELAND, OHIO. TJAVE OPENED IN THEIR NEW STORE, lo. ill illarllc mock, SLT'Eli loll S'l'REET, and are prepared lo exhibit a complete ateaort mcnt uf FOREICY A.XD DOMESTIC Dry Groocls, to which ihe attention of those in Geauga County aud vicinity, who purclmte in Cleveland, is put ticulai lu invited. Their stock having been pur chased tinder the most favorable anspiees, onablte them to givo Git EAT Jl.tUGAlNS, in a largo aaguruuciii ui iuvemus in Dress Good., Lavm, Beraget, French Jaconets, Organdie Ruben, Ladies' Traveling Dress Goods, Chintz BriViants, worth 60 cts.,for 31 cts ; Col' d do. worth icts.,for Wets. R 1 1, KS ! NII.KS I I FANCY SILKS, of ihe newest and moat neve patterns, soma at 50 cent! per yard. BLACK SILKS, BISCIIOFF'S celebrated make; Oil Boiled Gra de Rhine, good quality, at SO cents per yard. Nil AW I.N. STELLA, BROCHA, CASHMERE, THIBET, CRAPE, &c , ic.. IIOir.SE I'CltNISIII.NG GOODS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT Pillow Linen, Lin en Wheeling, Damnsk, Xirkins, Uoylts, 4-e., d-c., anal WHITE GOODS -Of every description. NANSMpKS plnin and checked; dotted and plojn SWISS JAC'ONETSc checkod CAMBRIC; figured BRILLIANTS. OIIJltOIOEKIEo. Embroidered S. tls, Mourning tittts, Musltn Cel lars, French Cotlaes, Laces, Trimming, Uui tons, cVc, Yc, fce. DOMESTIC GOODS. A LARGE STOCK, to which w invite par ticular attention. Brown and Bleached Sheeting and Shirt ings, Summer Stuff's, for Coots and Pants, Linen Drills and Ducks, Cloths, Ctuii meres and Vestings, HOSIERY, GLOVES AND .HITS, n.l a nice assortment of Together with a LARGE LOT Of OTHER GOODS, too nutneruu to mention. S3T Purchasers wilt find one great advantage I electing f i t.m our siui'il, a 'ace no Old Goo el to show, our Stock being Entirely NVw. LEWIS, EASTON A CO, Marble Store, No. 91 BvrttiiO Br Cleveland, June 1851. 441 NEW MILLINEhY STORE In Cleveland- Sliavv & Oo HAVING opened a LARGE STOCK of MIL L1NERY GOODS, itt now mtuaiaototaB allkindiof Silk, and Fanry Straw Bonnt (& ALSO DEALERS IN MILLINERY GOODS, At 139 Superior St., 4th door fiom th Squat Milliner snpplied with Pattern 1 1 at, Cleveland, IS9. i99 tf,J