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ORGANIZE! ORGANIZE!! Tha undersigned, voters of Cliardon Township, opposed Jo (ho policy of tlio jjircscut lumitisstrniion, opposeu to feuer I corruption and usurpation, opposed to the extension of Slavery into the Territo ries by i-iiher JurJieinl, Executive, Legis lative or Constitutional assumption ) op posed to re-opening tlio African Slave Trade, and in favor of restating the Gov ernment to the principles nnd practices of the earlier Administration; in favor of Free Territories, Free Homes, Free Speech nnd Free Men, cordmliy invite those of like faith to meet with us at the Court House in Chardon, on Saturday evening, April 21st, at past seven o'clock, to unite in the formation of a Republican Club, having fur its object the spread and triumph of the principles we avow. E. N. Osborn, Samuel Mngunigal, J. W. Clark, II. X. Spencer, Nelsen Marshall, U. C. Field, Harlow Hoslord, Aoatl Mallery, Orrin Tucker, Reuben Stafford, John Thwing, Nathan Marshall, C. A. Vaughn. D. W. Robioson, A.E. Ferris, I,. J. Randall, E. Barlow, Judo Converse, L. C. Ludlow, A. W. Young, C. VV. Munsell, C. L. .Cnnfield, M. Shumway, Austin CanGeld, I. N. H.uh'away, Calvin Knowles. John Murray 2nd, Moah Pomeroy, M. C. Canfield, J. 0. Converse. CHARDON, April 13th, 1860. jT-rT Uur readers must not be impa tient, if we fail to give them, every week, full column of interesting local news We do not always have the facts, and our imagination is' ton dull to produce (hem. We have sometimes thought that to con denss the local items of our neighbor, ' and publish them as our own, might im part an air of originality to tlio paper but then it would be wrong, and our roadcrs, who are of the better class, would not uphold us in doing it. Sad Accident in Bainbridge. Mr. B. .1. Hi nry, of Baiiihridge, mot with a distressing acclJont on the 5th ult., of which the following account is given by a corres pondent t ''While onguged in a sugar camp, bis foot slipped, and nearly the whnlo of bis right arm was plunged into a kottlo of boiling sap. This, with a poultico of limo and linseed oil as a supposed rotnedy, almost deprived the sufforor of his life. Eighteen hours ft Tier tho accident. Dr. Shepherd was balled, and at onco ordored a diftoront treatment, and by his careful attention nnd unrivaled skill, saved tho life of Mr. II. To 'those who are afflicted with burns and scalds this should bo a warning not to use harsh and uncertain remedies. Mr. Ilunry is nnw out of danger. It Is, however, doubtful wtiothcr he recovers tho entiio uso of bis arm." . &-Tho Literary Society moots again at the School-Houso, on Tuesday evening next. As thero is to bo but one more mooting this Spring, wo hnpo the attendance will bo good. t3T M. II. II.AVeils, of Clarldon, re quests us to say that he has received a letter from Hon. E. Wade, stating (hat, in consequence of the faituie o( Congress lo make an appropriation for that purpose, thete will be no seeds distributed from the Patent Office this yenr. JE9-Saturday last bolng Teachers' Ex amination D.iyt our villago was visited by a targe number of applicants for certificates, . majority of whom were young ladies. S3T We understand that the Formers' Club, of Ckridon, noticed in our paper a few weeks since, meets regularly, and is jn flourishing condition. The last meeting was held on Thursday, the 6th. Tbe next meeting will be held on the ?Glh. Meteorological Journal, Kept at Welchfield, Geauga County, Ohio. Kept at Welchfield, Geauga County, Ohio. by B. F. Abell. Hight above sea level, Kept at Welchfield, Geauga County, Ohio. by B. F. Abell. Hight above sea level, 1205 feet. '. Tho following tabid exhibits tho mean temperaturo for tho month of March for the lollowing years ; also tho rxtremct and ranee o: tlio sauio, in nttfes per hour Dcgrbes of Temperature Prevailing if f S Extr. 3 1857 31.8 1853 SUA 18A9 43 8 I860 38.9 C8 CO 63 67 0 13 13 19 S 68 47 60 43 I. ' (. s. n. 10i 6 61 10 Tbo following table exhibits tho number of fair and cloudy days, with the amount of (now and ruin, m tnenrs ana tenths, through loo same period : March. Fair. Cloudy. Rain. Snow. 18S7 10 21 2.3 16 S , 1853 13 13 16 3 0 1859 10 21 6.7 1 0 1860 16 15 3 7 13.5 REMARKS. la 1857, fruit abundant; in 1858, cold Spring, no fruit t in 1859, June frost, no fruit t in 1860, fair prospect of truit. ; By comparing those tablos, it will bo seen that March of tbo present yoar corresponds very nearly, in its mean and extremes of tomporaturo, with March, 1859, whilo, as to Us prevailing wind, it diffurs from each of ino otuor years, by vo decrees, in its vo locity, which averaged 10 miles per hour, it noarlv eaualed thatof 1857. and was nearly doubio tbat of 1858-9. In the number of ita fair and cloudy days, it corresponds nearly with 185H, but, in the amount of ruiu and snow fdllon, with 1857. Tbe loast amount of snow fono Inchl foil in March, 1869, whilo the amount of rain for that month was 1-10 inch more tba tbe wbolo amount fallen In the cones ponding months of the other throe years ' The tomperoture of tho past month (3.9 deg J was unfuvoruhlo to fruit, hut tho di rection of tho prevailing wind, (X. Y.,) and its average velocity, (ton miles por hour.) wore favorabloj so that there is yot a fair prospect of a plentiful hatvost of fruit, tbo present yoar. April 2d, 1860. - -Tbe Anuual Meeting of tbo Plymouth Bock Conforenco will be hold at Ilambdon, OB the fourth Tuesday (23) of April, at o e'oclc r. m. The opening sermon by Re. E. D. Taylor Sermon Tuesday evening, Rev. M- Frasor Siirmon Wednesday r. u., tb Scribe. AMOS DRESSER, Scribe. ORWELL, Ohio, March 20, 1860. SPECIAL NOTICES L'ooiiiiEitE."" .Drt. R. J. LYONS, the eolobratrd In dian llorb Doctor, wishes lo have It Undur stood, oneo for all, by his patients In and bout Painesvillo and Chardon, that he will continue to visit their respective places very month. '63-14 ; PORTER'S FOIlIN I'EltN AL AND EX TEltNAL CdE. The Best Fain-Killing liemedy YET DISCO V Eli ED! If you have a pnin in the Stomach or Bowels, USE POUTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have a Burn, Bruise or Wound, USE PORTEU'S CURE OF PAIN. If you Imvo a Neuralgia or Rheumatism, USE POUTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have Dyspepsia, USE POKTKR'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have Cankered Mouth, or Sore Throat, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have Diarrhoea or Flux, USE POUTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you nave Cough or Cold, USE PORTEH'S CURE OF PAIN. Ifvouha'S the Liver Complaint, USE POUTER'S CURE OF PAIN. If you have the 1 leadncli or Toothache, USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. In short, if you are sick, and wish to get well, all you hnve to do is USE PORTER'S CURE OF PAIN. We refer the unbelieving to tho following per son who have used the Cure, and recommend it their friends-. Alexander Glenn, Samuel Trench, Shurbcn Luvelnml, Isaac Griilin, J. R. Crane, Calvin Behlcn, M. D., Farmtngton;Waltcr Lamp son, Willard Day, Anson Hatch, Mesopotamia; A. P. Tildcn, J. 8. Tildon, 0. W. Hatch, Henry inmait, Nathaniel Moore, Alonzo Hosmer, Park man; Ortin Gates, K. B. Ensign, Esq., Isaac Parker, J. H. Evans, Martin French. A. Johns, Uaae Rhodes, Hymenius Bund'. E. B. (loo, Bun dysburg; Isaac Town, A. Moffit, Wm. Glctiden ng. Joscphus llinkslon, Samuel Donaldson, Mid dlefield. We couM give hundreds of names, but do not consider it necessary. GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL, and you will find yourscll ready to testify In favor. For Sale by A. Cook and Dr. John Nichnla. Chardon; S. Moody, Painrvi1le; Bougliton, Ford & Co., Burton; Bishop 6t Sperry, Middlefield; Hunt, Russell; A. Fling, Fowler's Mills; Mathews, Newbury; Wells, rarkmsn;- ClariJon. W. L. PORTER, Proprietor, Bundysburg, Ueuuga Co., O SlOmf Croup or Rallies. For this dangerous diseoso the Magnetic Oint ment may be relied on as an unfailing remedy, app.'icd in season. Apply profusely to the throat and chest and heat in. Darns are eased of all pain In a very few minutes, heal without scar. It is a sovereign remedy burns. Frozen Limb4. Keep awsy from the fire; take the frost out snow or ice water, then wrap them up in Oint ment Renew the Ointment once in 13 hours; they wili cause no psin alter the trost is out, will La entirey weh! in a few doys. Bronchitis nnd Aslhma are cured by Dr. Tiusic's Magnetic Ointment, and even Consumption has, in a number of eares been cured. Read advertisement Tn this paper. 528ml EI3EA3E OF THE LIVER. By this disease We understand an inflammation iihcr in the membrane or substance of the known by dull pains in the right side, the stomach always disordered, the yellow tinge of the dry couch, tongue coated, costiveness, high-co; ored uriuo, and of a thick natu.e; severe weakness and severe pains in the head. The quantity of corrupt humors in ths region he liver, causes a defective secretion nl bile. The livor when healthy serves ss a tiller to blood, to separate all impurity from it, or lo When diseased it cannot purify the which, when sent to the lungs, brain and parts in a morbid condition, may ceuee Jaundice Consumption, Insanity. &c:, and withholding natural stimulus to the intestines, causes Dyspep. sia, Piles and other Complaints, as you perceive the direct way to unravel and tear the whole tem to pieces. A patient, suffering from this complaints, resort to speedy relief. Yet there are very medicines worth seen in curing diseoses. 8 then shall be doner We say. use Dr. Morse's Pills, as they are composed of plants and roots; they will be found a sure cure for this painlul eate, because they purge from the body those runt and stagnant humors, and so cleanse and new the blood, which is the cause, not only of disease of the ivcr. and the inflammation of kidneys aid bladder, but of every description diseate. From 3 to 4 of the above rift taKen erv night on going to bed, will In a few dye tire'y relieve the body of everything that Is opposed to health. Dr. Morse's Indisn Root Pills are sold by dealers in Medicines. 532w4 Dr. C W. Rosace's Scandinavian Uemcdiis. The celebrated Scandinavian Remedies, prepared by Dr. C. W. Roback, of Cincinnati, O., art attracting considerable attention, not only those pen one who are afflicted with Rheumatism and general nervoua derangement, but among faculty. The following certificate, from one of most prominent citizens of Mississippi, speaks itself: JV. O. True Dcltn.Apnl 2nd. Enterfkisc. Miss., Nov. 18th, 1857. Dr. C. W. Robaci, Cincinnati O.Venr I am now about c3 yeara of age, and have afflicted with Rheumatism and general derangement, with excessive debiity, for 5i 56 years, and have used amost every kind of medicine. from which I have derived no aso, have tried a great many physiriana, but to no purpose. I now feel thankfu that 1 i lennih obtained a medicine which has m. rli( 1 hnve nurchasod two liolica ot beandiiiovian Bcod Purifier, and two boxes your I'ils, ol nlessra. iiowie at uahdaway which I linvo used. They have given me rir Mi limbs slid veins have been ) swollen, but your medicine has reduced to their proper nu. Very respectfully yours, Wm. R. Kino. Soe advertisement. 334w4 THE GREAT DRAWBACK to persons to the extreme south nnd western i. ill. four ih.v hnva of tbe Fever and Acue the most direful of all diseases. Every dny, hear of persons attacked by this disease, and helpless in a shi.rt lime, without any means fnrding any reiet. In view ot the great for a remedy. Dr. tlostetler hns prfsented CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS, curative powers for aI disease, of iht have been universally acknowledged. The prepared alter a long experience end study, have received the encomiums of the . . , tminent pnysicisns won o mi cidm. every part of our country. To those who their many virtues, sll ws esn say is, to try and judge for themselves respectively. Bold by druggists sad dealers generally KTSet sdverUsement la soother ooumn. . CROUP. to its A. A. Children aro often seised very suddenly with this dlsosse, which, If not quickly re lieved, proves fatal. It generally attacks chlldron In the night, after having been much exposed to dump, cold winds through the day. Damp houses, wot feet, thin shoos, wot cloths, or anything that obstructs per spiration, may occasion Croup. Mothers I your childn-u aio liablo to be taken With this dread cntnpluint at a lime when you least expect it; but It is t.ot always a doctor can bo culled or remedy found, and for this reason we would advise you now, and with out a moment's deluy, to buy Dr. Eaton a Infantilk Cordial. It will tjottlo Of , .- , , . cure every case of Croup, ir taken In time; and also all complaints attending Teething, 1 it Coutulsions, Coughs, Colds, etc. It la sold by all rospcotahls druggists. Mossrs. Cut. Rett & Dir. iNT, New Yuik. aro tho pro priotnrs.atid nlso solo agonts for "Dr. Dron- sok's Blood Food," which for Consumptive and Chronic disoases is sure remedy. Do not bo put off witb any other articles. Write to Church It Ditokt, New York, If you cannot get them In your own town. ifSvt advertisement. For tale fry A Cook, Chardon, and by all respectable druggists throughout the coun try. 354 Importrtnt to Frmtilts. DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS, Prspsred by Cornelius L. Oheesemaa, M. D., NEW YORK C!T. The combination of ingredients In thee Pills are the result of a long and extennive piactice. I hey lie mild in their operation, ana certain in correcting all irregularities, Painlul Menstrua limn, removing nil ob.i ructions, whether Iron! cold or otherwise, lieiidnche, pain in the side, pal. piiaiion ot the heart, whites, all nervous oftVc lions, hysterics, taliuue, pain in llie back and liuiln, &c disturbed sleep, which arises front iu terruptiou of nature. TO MARRIED LADIES, Dr. Cheeseman'a Pills are invaluable, ss they w ill bring on the monthly pnri.nl with regtdarity. Ladie.. who have len disappointed in the use of other Pills can p.'ace the utmost confidence in Dr. Cheeseman'a Pills doing all lliut they represent to do. NOTICE. TAere in out condition of the female svxtrm in whirh in Villi1 cannot be taken without prttductng a rELULIAH KHSVImT. 1 he ciM'titiox re ferrrd to it PA EG XA NCYthe reeult. MIS- 'CARRIAGE. Such it the irrenintible tendency of the medicine to restore the erxunl functiung to norm at condition, that even the reproductive potter of tf it ure cati nut remit it. Wnrmniednurelvveiretah'e.and Iree from anv ihinv injurious, hjiilioit directions, which should he rovl. accompany each box. Price 81. Sent by mail on enduring $1 to Da. Cuknsmos Chuslman, Box 4.531, Pout (J flirt. N. Y. City. Sold sy oxt Dri'uoist in ev.rv tow im tbi UNITED STATES. n. n. litrrciiiNGs, General Agent for the United Ststee, No. It Broadway. N. Y . To trios all Wholeiale orders thouldtie oidremei. S30yl sTSee Advertisement of Sanford's Liv er luvignrator and Family' Cathartic Pills in another column. COMMERCIAL. Chardon Market—Retail Price Current. Reported expressly for the JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT, by Messrs. WILKINS & KELLEY, Chardon.] in and liver. skin, ol the refine blood. other the ays sho u few What ArrLis- per Dried Fbuit Anulas Uluckbeirias per at. UuTTca Good Roll UsiNa White pet bushel CorrtL Rio Laguayra CeaaANTS English Candles Tallow Stearin Corn In Ear Shelled F.oos fwea Extra---- Double bxtra Fisb Dry Cod--- While. Wliii. Trout Trout IIv Poultry Chickens cresse Turkeys dressed Oats ner 1SX 75c 101.00 pei lb. 14 to per lb. 12) to per lb. per lb. 13 ti per lb. 16 to per bu l XoTiX -pel bushel per doze a per bar - 6 per barrel t6 per lb per lb. -M barrel 0 00 to $0 wrlb. - H barrel to 00 to 0 er ton 7 per io. per lb. per bushel Oils Lard iwhite strained) .. .-per gallon 1 Linseed Rtct Prime ItaiatNS M. R. 1 Layers Raisins dvxur Uolden Golden Extra Molnsics New Orleans Su-oar--Crushed Pulverized Coffee (while) Coffee (yellow) Brown SeA? Chemical (bar) Transparent (bar)---- Yellow Castile Toilet bars Tr.uiw Salt, bbl. Do sacks per gallon 87X lol per tt. o per lb. 1B per lb. per box S3 00 to 3 per gallon peraallon per gallon per lb. 12Xto -per lb. 12K lo -per lb. II to per in. per lb 9 to 10tol2H per lb. 7 per lb. per lb. 10tol2M 1 20c to MARRIED. dis cor re the the of ev en al now among the the for In Troy, March 29th. bv Rev. S. Inurahnm. Mr. LYMAN E. WILSON, and Miss DELIA . BISHOP, both MiddlefiolJ. April 4th. by the aame. Mr. LANE, and Miss PEtiMILLA SILVER NAIL, both of Troy. In Auburn, March 29th, by Jerome Ucnkley Eq., Mr. JAMES M. HOXTOR and M'tis oUrlilA (JKAr i o. In Chester, March 18th, by Rev, J. Jaynes, Mr. J. J. FUSS and Miss MAR GARET FUSS. In Hambden, on the I lib inst., at residence of the bride's father, by the Mr. Bin-e. Mr. AUSTIN ADAMS, Mesopotamia, to Miss LOIS M. MALT- lilt!;, of the lormer place. A beautiful "pyramid cake" accom panied the above notics, for which bride will please accept our thanks. DIED. nervous or pat ent benefit; sll have given your of almost treat- them emi grating In Chardon, ou Tuesoay, April 10th, Ervsiuolas. JAMES BRONSON. In 66th year of hit age. At her residence In Whitewater, Wiscon sin, on the 31st ult., of Typhoid CLA.1USA M wife of Daniel T. Wilkins.and daughter of Timothy Wells, of Claridon, tho 40th vear of her age. Blio was married to her now bereaved husband, October 1st, 1840, almost Immedi atoly after emigrating to ber late She died, al the had lived, a triumphant member of tho M. E. Church. Com coun i we piade bfaf- uemana his whose Slomnch Bit ters, deep most r irom doubt tbsin, every- 33w. PROBATE NOTICE. WM. P. FOBES, guardian of minor heirs l.ovinn ferclvnf.decensed.Isrne Comatock. guardian of minor heirs of Truman Lovelnnd.de ceased, Daniel Tucker, administrator, of the of Emetine Claik.deceated, Henry E. admnistrator of the estate of David Smith, i. Nichols & C. M Chilsen.adtninistrstors of the estate of Orrin Cliilson. deceased, and administrator of the estate of F.CIough.dec'd., have severally filed their in the Probate Office of Geauga County, Ohio, settlement, which accounts wil ba for hearing tha Probate Court oi said County, at the Ottos in Chardon, en the 21st day of April. A. 1S60, ai 10 o'clock A. M., amll which lime interested may exeepi. M C. CANFIELD, PtoUm Judge. Chasdoa,Ua(oa Wt, W3wJ LEGAL. and delivered, 1 have (evbfd upon and caused to be spprnled llie premises nereiusiier uescrmeu, and shall offur lor sale at public vendue, ot the door of the Court House, in Chardon, in the (Jemmy of Geauga, Ohio, on Saturday, the 3ll day of Jlpril, 18(10. between the hour ef 10 o'clock A. M.,and four o'clock P M' of aid day, the following prendre, to win Siluniein the town ahip of I'orkmun and Comity of Geauga, Ohio, the one pnrt of which I. . r v. a ...J i ..r ..... ot a2 ,19 township of Parkman, and Urn oiled os fol.'owei beginning at the eouih-wesi corner 01 aiu 101 o. . inence niiini w uir ceuivr ,he h,Khwiir ieMng from parkm,n viloge to the Rapid.; thence easterly along raid rood to the I ' - - i'.:l,.K'. n .1 i. ci .1 cdbi line ni eaiu foiiiu. ; ineoi-e iiirrui vi ut-nmi-p, wert 4 clinini; thence north !27 degree; east thrre cliain. 93 link; thence east to the center of the hiabwnvi thence wemerlv aoni said hinhwav to s po.1; thence sou h M) degree.; eal 13 chains and 75 links to the eait line of aaicl lot No. 3; thence omh 30 chnin and W link.; thenco west to the pace ot beginning, and Is supposed to contain 6fi acres ol land, lie the same mure or cm, but sub ject to mil legal highwoys; and the ruber portion as a tract or iutot lam! Known as span ol lot In o. a L. Klli:itl'f '9 8 ALU. BY virtue of an esecution of fi. fa. issued out jf the Office of the Clerk of the Court of Com mon Pteae ot Mahoning County. Ohio, whertin I : I u . I- -.1-1... Iff .ha r'llM.nta Mne Railroed Company la defendant, end ileied the DM day of r'eb., A. 1. ImoO. to me directed 7S 34 K. 141 25 16 20 09 Oi 25 07 6X 00 W uu no tx 6X ?7H in section No. 29. and part ol lot No 10. in section No. 22. and is bounded asfollowsi Benin- nine at a post atanuing In the north east corner said lot -o. .i. auu wntcn is aio in the norin-wcei corner oi tnii lot No. 10, and which is also in the line dividing the two sections; thence south sent section line i cna ns anu 17 inks loaDOot; llirnce south 30X degrees: went along the line . . i.. - r l a ii n. i.i.. ic u: uu luriuerif uwneu uy n. n, iisiuwin ig vnaiiis and 4 links to a poet, thence east on a marked line 35 chains and I ink lu a ool in the east line of said lot No. H'; thence north on said east line 25 chs St 61 Iks lo a poet; thence west on the north line ol said lot rio. 10, 2b chains and fo links the place of In sinning, anil mu tants hv this sur vey in tot no.3 section 21.5 nnd seventy-five 1 -hun dredths serve, and in In No. 10 section 21, f9 and fitiy una l-hiindtcuilis acres ot laud. unking in the rami ueai riiaa ttii una hunereain acres, being the san e laud deeded to Kusell Willi'ims by Melson Davis and wile, by deed benring date Kent. 2"th, I84'.be tlis same more or left, but sub ject to aI irenl highways. Also a tract or lot laud situated III Inn townahip ot fnrkiiian and bounty nt ueuuga aloreeaiu, being part ol 'ots ivo. 22 and 2.1. commencing at a point in the renter of iho rond loading front i'nrhiunn to the cemer rsulson.on the south line ol laud owned by wm A. iiopkins;tliuiice south and south-easterly along llie eenteri'f said Mad 123 and 12 one-hniitlrtdiht ry!a to tho north line id laud owned by wido" Merritt; thence west along the said widow Mer hit's and ti. A. rjperry's north lint 110 & twelve hundredths rods: ihence north alone the west line ofsoid Sperry's land 19 and 48 one huudrcdihs rou; thence north-easterly along the line ol raid Sperry's land about 84 &aix-liiindredtlie rods to north-west corner ot snid Spcrty'e land; llienco soitili 12 and forty-eight 1-hundiedihs rods to north lino ot land owned by Aexinth-r llunn; thence east arong soiu uuiin't norm tine hi and aixiy-htinoredihs rods to tha center ol the i'arlt- mnn and Warren road; thence north-westerly along theeenter of snid road 98 and twenty-tour-hundredths rods to the south line o. and owned Daniel Owenillicnce west alone snid Owen's south tine ti7 and tony-five-huiidredilis rods torlia west line ul said Owen , land: Ihence north nouu Owen's west line 29 and snveuty-tive-liundiedth. rods, to land owned by the Clinton Line lnUroad Company; thence westerly along said Katlroad lands lo the east line of land owned by Win Hopkins; thence south-westerly CI and nine-four I -hundredths roils, to the south-en. I corner of Hopkin's land; thence west aljng the south line said riopkina tnnn, iiiueiy-.ix ani ninety-one-huudrcdihs rods to the nloce ot beirinuinir. contains about 192 and seventy-four f-huudredihs acres ot laud, be tnesatne more or less, frnid auJ twemv five l-iiundredtha acres first above ncribed spprni.nl at f 4 IH2.50. Said last described 192 or. seventy -four-1 -hiindredihs acres appraised st BtSlb.uu. 1 CKAlSor hai.k tnsh in hand E. G. WHITE, Sheriff. SherifTs Office, Geauga Co., I Ohio, March Z3d, IMOO. . I S32w5 25 00 to i lCX 25 75 75 50 14 14 12K iu 10 lo to 8 25 12X 75 25c SHERIFF'S SALE. rY virtue of an Execution: Issued from tho 13 flee of the Clerk of the Ourt ol Common of Uenvga County, Ohio, wherein Job Dutfee planum, anu Jamee Andrews is uuienuant, dated the 31l day of Jnnuary, ItMiO, to me rected and delivered, I hnve levied upon the ninth in common. ol the tollowtiigdesuiibcd prem ises, and havecau.ee llie entire premises herein after described, to le appraised, and shall the nne-nlnth in common aforesaid, of the lowing described premises aforesaid lor rale, public vendue, at the door of the Court House Chardon, in said County, on H'edneiduy, the 26la day of Jlpril 1800, between the hours of 10 o'clock A.M. end 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, lo wit: Situate in the township of Newbury. Geauga County, Ohio, and bounded as follows: Beginning on the east lino of lot 28, Tract No. 1 in aaid Newbury, and on the ot tbe east and west road sunning through aaid lot; thence north 18 chains and 9b links post; ihence west 2t chains and 17 links to a thence south 19 chains and 65 links lo the of the road; ihence south 10H di'gs.; east clinins and 2 links; thence uorih 84 dega. 19 chains and 44 links to the place ot beginning. W. ol OTIS L. the Rev of the of the Fover, In home. containing 44 and one-fourth acree of and ail the appurtenances. Also, one oilier piece parcel of and situate in said Tract and lot in Township, and bounded as follows, to wit: ginning at a point norm XJ uegs.,easi i and bi Hints uistant irom uie nortn-eaai oi the dwelline house ot Amos Andrews, deceas ed; thence south 4 chains; thence west 2 anrisuiiiiK; thence norms chains; thence cb's i. SO I ks, to the (.lace of beginning, contain ing one Acre of land with the appurtenances. Snid piece first above described epprnired (1006.25. Said piece last above described prahed at $200. Teime ofSale Cash in hand. c w. vvriijc, onenjj. Phenn's umce, trcatiga i Co., March 23d. 1860 32w In the Court Common Fleas Oeauga Co., Furlition. T LEGAL NOTICE. Edward R. Judd and Sarah J. Judd VI. J. Madison Slater and Alice M. Murphy. J THE laid defendant, Alico M. Murphy. a non-reitdent of toe Dlaio of ill lake notice that the laid Edward Judd and Sarah J. Judd, on tho 1'ith day April, A. D. 1800. filed in laid Court petition dumaoding partition of the ing lands, of which John Slater died . . . i- . . - i.. j-,1. I 1' -.1.:.- IOWIII OlluaiO III vu.ruuu AUWIISIIII said County, ono pieco known al part Lot No. 164 in Tract No. 3, and buundud ai fnllowi t Beginning at tlio 8. E. of O. C. Smith's loud; thence running north on said Smith's east line 178 rods to the lot Hue; thence east on lot to land owned by F. A. Slater thonco aid Slater's west line to tbo road from Chardon lo Kirtland ; thence west said road to the placo of beginning, 25 acres. Also, anot hor piece of land in lot Tiact 3, in Chardon. bonndod rtnrlh by owned by Edmund Cutifeld and J. Hester east by F. A. SI iter's laud ; south by owned by Wm. Stansell; and west by owned bv Edmund Canfiold and Thwliig. containing 15 acres. Said will ask for an ordor of partition al the term of said Court to bu holdon on tbo day of Muy, A. D. 1S80. CANFIELD tc FRENCH, Att'vi for 'Petitioners. Chardon, April 12th,'l800. 635w6. of es tate Fletch er, de ceased, Am broseClough, Wm. sereunts for in Probata D , all SHEIIIFF'S SALE. IN obedience lo the requirements of an order sne issued out of ihe Oliiee of the Clerk Court of Common Pleas of Ooauga County State of Ohio, wherein Truman Hill is .! suit, M Itsker ia defendant, to me aid delivered, 1 have caused to be appruissd. shall offer for sale at public vendue, nt the oflheConrt House in Chsrdon;in aaid Ou Saturday, Jlpril 2 1 if, A. D., 1RG0 between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and -lli p. M of nld da, tha followinc real estate, to win Ona-lourlh sore of land in Montville in said County oi ueauga, house thereon, being subdivision lot No. 1)4 inn ap loi 12 of oid Montville. bounded highweyi north by J. Griffiihjweethw land of Dill: snd south by subdivision lot Na. 2- premises spprsised at 1 1 00. TERMS OF Cash in band, .,, . E. O. WHITE, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Oeeuga Co, I IWftb. M. IW. M8w LEGAL. Shrrlfl's Stile, IS Obodionce in tho requirements of an JL order of sale, Issued out of the office of ' me uiori ot tno court oi common I ii-as or i Ueauaa County and Btnle of Ohio, wherein i Thomas bauise is plaintiff anil I'nitiik l.avin is Ooloiiilanf, anj dalodvthe 2.1 day of March, A. D. 1800, to me directed and dulltured. I have caused to be appraisod and shall expose to sale at public vendue, at the Court llnuso in Chardnn. In said County, it aaturatty, the izfft any oj May. i860, Del wren the hours of 10 u clock A. M , and 4 o'clock T. M , of said day, the following1 described real estate, to wit I Situate in j the Township of l'nrkman In the btato of Ohio, and which Is also in tho County of I Uoauga, anu ts bounded as follows i cast by a line running north from tho north-oast corner of land contracted by John 1. Con verse to Oeorgo Kirtlaml, to'tlio Troy rond t north by said Troy road) went by the oast lino or a lot formerly uwneil by liartnn r. Avery, now owned by David Talin, which line continut-s south to tho enter of the mill stream t south by tho centor of the mill stream to tbe west lino of the distillory lot t thence norm along said line tn the north-west corner of the distillery lot;thenco east tn the north-west enrnnr of land con tracted by John P. Converse lo Oeoigo Kirtland, or the place or tx-ginning, sup posed to contain from six -to pitio acres. Also one other tract described as follows Beginning at the south-west corner thereof at a post standing in tho stone wall, thence northerly 271 81 100 lent; thence easterly along tbo highway 105 35 100 feet; thence southerly along tlio highway 813 85-100 feet o John P. Converse's land; westerly 211 fO 100 feet to tho first named land. Said rii)cu of land is bounded west by land of Benj. II. Prnbody. north and cast by the highway, and south by the land ol John P. Converse, boing all the land deeded lo Put rirk Lavln by A. T. Lovelnnd. September I4lh, I8ft3 also Eraslus T. Douglass, De cember 14th. IR52. and John P. Converse. March 29th, 1854; bo the Sutim mnro or lers. hut subject to all lognl highways. Said jiieco first ubovo described, appraised al s300 Said piece last ahoro described appraised al "MOO. Terms of snlo. cash in hand. E. (i. WIIITK, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Geauga Co., ) Ohio, April 6'h. 1SC0. ( C345 ol of to of of (lit the hv snid A. said of and lol de Of- Plene ia sua di one- idll' lol at in No. cen ter to a post; center three east wiili or said Be cnain corner chains eaBt 2 al ap SIIEKIFF'S SALE. N obedience tn tho requirements of an or tier of sale issuod from the rflicu of the Clork of the Court of Common l'lons fur the County of Getit'ga and Stale of Ohio, in certain suit wherein George Buuglilon iluiutin. anil tultas fowler and oi tiers dcti'ti- limits, 1 shiilll idler lor talo at tbe vourt- IIuumi in Chardon in said County. On IVednettluu .Ipril 25A ji. D. 1860, botwoun lh hours ot 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock I. M -of suit! day, tho following described real estate, to wit: Situuto in ihu township of Burton, being ISn. 7 in thn 7th rangn of townships in tho Connecticut West ern Reserve in tbe Stnto of Ohio, and which is also in tho Co. or Ooauga, and is known by being part ol Lot No. 50. and is bounded as follows: South bv Lot No. 60 owned Eli Fowlerj cast by the town lino, which also the west linn of M:ddlofleld; north lot No. 40, and extending wont lur enough lo contain fifty acres of land, excepting and reserving thorofrom a homestead heretofore set off tn the snid Elias Fowler and Elceta Fowler his wile, and doscribml as follows, wit: Beginning oight rods cast of the south west corner of tho said abtivo-deseribtd piece of land; thence north' sixteen rods a post; lh( nco oast twenty-four rode; ihence south sixtnen rods; thonco wost twenty-four rods to tho place of beginning, cootaiuing two and ono hilt acres of Innd. Also, onu other pitco of land, situate Middleftold in said County, known ns being tho south-west comer of Lot No. 20 in said Middlefiuld. and is bounded as follows, wit : Beginning at a post Handing in south-west cornor of said Lot No. 20 thonoo north on the line of the lot section, nineteen chains and nineteen links tn a post s thence east to tbo west lino Oeorgo Russell's land ; thence south to south lino of the lot ; thenco west to place of beginning, containing 8ixty-sz fourteen one hundredths acius of laud, tho same inoro or loss, but subject to legal highways. Said first 'pieco appraisod at 1425,00 second pieco appraised at 1520,00. Tortus cash ou tho day oi snlo. u. win I , Sheritt. EnEBirr's Office, Ooauga Co., I of of Ohio. Ohio, March 23,1860. 5325 Uhio. R of thoir follow, seiinrf, : III of corner nnd j lino on leading on con taining 169, land j land land Alonio plaintiff next 28tb LEGAL NOTICE, mO Orlando II. F.thridee, who resides in J. State of New York, and Courtland Ethridge, who resides in Washington Territory: You I...I.. ...Iir. tl.,.1 A II l.'ll.rl.lr, An. tor of the Estate of Daniel Elhriiige, deceased, The 22nd dtiu of Manh. .1. U., 1S60. Filed his I'etiliun in the Probate Court within for the County of Ueauea and State ofOliio.nl- edging that the personal estate ol said decedent insufficient to pay his debts, certain legacies mentioned In eaiu petition, and charges ol admin iclerin. bis estate; that he died seized in lee pie, of the lollowing described real estate, situate in Auburn in said County, to wit. being part of No. 4 in Tract No. 2 in said Township, bounded aa follows: ileginning al a point where the Stale Hoad crosses iheeast aud west center road, near "Ethridge's Hotel," in aaid township; thence west along said east and west road .17 c 9 inks to a post; thence norm i org.; west o to a nost marked "l. K.i" thence east aone marked line, S6 chains 77 inks to a post; thence south &0 links; thence east 1 chain 30 links lu center of the State Rood; thence somberly to s its of bemiiiune. containing thirty acrea, cepting therefrom abont 50 rods in tlio n irtli pai t thereof, owned ly T. B. Hoard; S6X roils the north -east part thereof, owned by A G. and Mi lit rods in i he south part thereof, owned bv the Fr.;e Will Bnpiisi Socieiy, and ject to a tease to Mayhew At Crane, ol six rods. Thni snid Orlando 11. Etbridee. Courtland ridge, A. G. Ethridge, Sarah M. Chase, iielfeu Etbridee. minor and heir of Lucy A. Elhruloe; Ann M. and Medora Ethridge, niinois and of Nathan H. Ethridge; Alberteen and Blnnch Ethridge, minors and heirs of Dennison Eihri as his heirs at (aw, ho'd the next estate of inheri tance therein. The prayer of said petiiion ia for the sale of above-described premises, for tho payment debts, legacies and charges aforesaid. Said will be for hearing in anid Court, on gist day of A pril, A. P. letiO.at 1(1 o'clock M.,orsssnon thereafter aa counsel enn ba THRASHER, DURFEE it HATHAWAY, For Petitioner. March 23d, 1860. 3lw4 of of the snd plaintiff, directed and door County, four described situate svitn a so east by said Bsid SALE . NOTICE. T AURF.TTE M. BAKER, a non-resident JJ the btnte ot Ohio, and supposed to resale Wiwomin or Illinois, wi'itaka notice thai S.Murray and Augustus E .Mier have, this dny of Apri. 18u0. filed their petition in the nl common r.eas oi uesugn county .umo, ngaiust her snd her hushand. rth nl. HnKer and Wison, selling forth thst snid Lauretta and said husband, May 10th 18.5. executed a loOrrin Wison to secure pnvmentof 41-100 anten acrea oi land in lot r.o. u moot ills, owned by eaid Laiiretic. together with cresof other lend in snid Montville; that y afterwards conveysd ihe same to ssid John Murray In fee. who executed a mortgage to Laurens, to secure lo her payment ol f:o ot purchase money; thst said .Murray aftsrwsrds conveyed snid ten acre niece to snid Miller, ject in said fast mortgsge; that said mortgage said Wilson remains due snd wholly unpaid, praying that so mneh ss is now due or to become on said mortgage of aaid John S. Murray to I,suratte msy ay a sore nr ssia wouri oe to satisfy and discharge Ihe said mortgage la Orrin Wilson, nnd for sn injunerion to resirsin eoleclion of said notes and mortgage of said and for oiher proper relief. And the Lauretta M. Baker is notified that she ia to appear and answer said tliion,on or the third Snurdsy aftertha 18th day of Mnynaxt. PLSLPS & TiUASUKR, Atfys lor I'l'tff. ApUClStt, Ww MEDICAL. : HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. a by is on to to in lo tho -, or ol tha the and be all : Th proprietors and manufaelureraftf IIOS TETTER'S ClXEliUA'lXU 8TOMACII JUT TEH8 can appeal with perfect confidence lo Shysleisns and eitifns generally of the United tales, because the ariicls has aiiained a repu tation heretofore unknown. A few farts ti on this point will spesk more powerfully thaa volumes of bare assertion or hbnoiiing puffery. Tbe consumption of Hosteller's Stomach Hit ters for the last year amounted lo over a linlf milliou bottles, and from its manifest steady iuerease iu times past, it is evident Hint during tbt coming year ths consumption will reach aear one million hot lies. This immense nniotuit towld never have keen sold but for the tart medicinal properties contained in the prepara tion, and the sanction of the most prominent physicians in those sections of the country where the article is Lest known, who not only recommend tbe Itinera to their patients, hut are ready at all times to give testimonials to lis tflicacy in all cases of stomachic derangements and i be dinessea resulting therefrom. This is not a temporary popularity, obi slued by extraordinary elTorts lu the way of trtim netina lbs qualities of ths Uiltera, but a solid estimation of an invaluable medicine, which is destined lo lit ss enduring aa time itself. Hosteller's (Stomach Killers have proved a Godsend lo regions where fever and agut and various other bilious eoniplalms luivt totinled their victims by hundreds. To he ablt tt atatt confidently that Hit Hitlers" are a certain cure for the Dyspepsia and like diseases, is lo the proprietors a sourcs of un alloyed pleasurs. It removes all morbid mailer from tbt atoinneh, purifies the blood, and imparls renewed vitality lo llie nervous system, giving it thai lone and rueigy indifpcu-ahlt for the restoration of health. It opemies upon the stomach, liver, and oilier digestive orgnus, mildly but powerfully, and soon restores them to acondiiion essential to the healthy discharge of Iht functions of nature. Klderly persons msy use the Tillers daily as per directions ou the Ituitle, and Ihry will find in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted lo comfort declining years, ss it is pleasant lo the palnle, invigorating lo I lie bowels, excellent as a Ionic, and rejuvenating generally. We have llie evi dence ef thousands of aged men and women Who have experienced the benefit of iiiug Ibis preparation while sniveling from stomach de rangements and genorul debility ; acting under the advice of phyaiciaiis, they hnve ahunduned all deleterious drugs and fairly tested llie merits of this article. A few words lo the gentler sex. There are eerlnin periods when their cares are so harassing that many of Ihcm link under tbe trial. The relation of mother and child is so absorbingly lender, that tha mother, especially if she be young, is apt to forget her own health In ber extreme ntiiiety for her infant. Should the period of uialerniiy arrive during llie summer season, the wear of body and mind is generally aggravated. Here, then. Is a necessity for a stimulant lo recupe rate the energies of the system, and enable Hit mother to War up under her exhausting trials and responsibilities, horsing mothers gene rally prefer the Hitters to all other invigora tors that receive Iht endorsement of pl.ysi tiana, because it Is agreeable to the Inste ns welt aa certain to givt a fcruiaueut iuerease f bodily strength. All those persons, to whom we here particu larly referred nliove, lo wit: sufferers from fever and ague, caused by malaria, diarrheca, dysentery, indigestion, loss of appetite, and all diseases or dcrnngemenls of the stomach, liiperanunated invalids, persons of sedentary occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult their own physical welfare by giving lo Hos teller's Celebrated Stomach liiilera a trial. CAUTION. Vi caution the public against Using any ef Iht many imitations or counter feits, but ask for Mostkttkx's Cklkbratku SroMsen Utrrcits, and set tbat each bottle hat the words "Dr. J. Hosteller's Stomach Kilters" blown on the side of the bottle, nnd stamped en the metallic cap covering the cork, and observt that cur autograph signaturt is on tbt label. ma- Prepared and aold by HOSTXTTXB SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and aold bv all slrugcists, grocers, and dealera generally' throughout tbe United states. South Ame rica, and Otnnanr. l or Male by A. C O OK, nnd JOHN Mt IIOI.K in rhnidon. snd by Druggists and Dealers gentrnlly. Jan. 28. loss. eiz-iyincvoa the are on and is sun sec tion and lis. cirs. a the the ex enst in Eth ridge, sub Eth- M., heirs Ice, the of pell lion the A. Thousands are daiy speaking in the praise DR. EATON'S INFANTILE CORDIAL, andwhvf because it werrr foil to affurd isifss- tnneone relief When given In lime. It acta as by magic, and one lrluf oom will convince that what we say is true, itcontaina NO PAREGORIC OR OPIATE of aim kind, and therefore relieves by rmnrtng the lullrrinr of your child, instead ot by deaden ing if renntbilittte Fur this reason, it commends itself os llie oi. reliable preparation now known for Children Tecthiua. liiirrhora,Iyen tery, Griping in the Uotvels, Avidity the sinmacs, n ind, toll in the Head, and Croup, nlso, or evftenivr the gumt, ri iitJlimm'itwH, rtgululittg the bowett. and pnin,i has no tqual being an aN.'f.ijt modic it is used with unfailing eveceet in all of Convulsion or other Fits, At value the life end health oj your children, with to tone them Jrom thote ead aud blighting counequettcct which are certain lo result fmm ute of narcotict of which all otheremedite Infantile ''omplaintt are compared, take none Dr. Eaton' Infantile Cordinl, this can rely upon. It is per 'eel ly harmless, end enn not injure tha most delicate infant. Price 25 Full directions sccompnny ech bottle. Pre pu only by CHU RCH &. DITONT, No. 409 Broadway, New York. of in John 5'h Coit't orrin her mort gage tt37 Healthy human Blood upon being ANALYZED aways presents us with the same essential and givea, ol course, the True Mmid Hid, Analyxo the lllood of a person suffering from Consumption. Liver Complaint, Dypepin, Scrolu In. 4c and we find, in every mntunie, tain dtficteucieein the red globu.'es of rood, .vnp ply these deficiencies, aud you are made well. The Blood Food is founded upon this Theory hence its attunisliing success. There are FIVE PREPARATIONS edspted to i lie deficiencies of the Blood in differ- nldisentes. Fur Coughs, Cold-s Mronrbi tix, or any affection whnteverof the '1 hroator I.unes inducing C'oiiNiiniption, use No. which is aso ihe No for lleureasion nfKnir its. Loss of Appetite, and lor all Chrome Coinpliiints niifing from Over-Vae, (.ener nl Debility, and Nxsvot s Pkostsation. for LiverCompoinis, No. '4 for Daspepsia. already prrMrrd Jor aboipliou it isTtiken Drnpa, i nd carried immediately into the latlcn, so tnnt what you gain you retain. No. 4 is for Flsiu lasiotLsniTirs. Ilysterin, l eaknetses, A r. Seerpei iul diieciions this, rorbAi.T tthenm, l-.runtlons, KcsoEo. g r-os. Kidney, and iiuDOEB Comi-i.nts, they No. 5. In all cases the directions must be S. ollowea. rrtce ot tne iii.'ou It hi u l said oolite.- coia oy wi si mbiwi, the sub' to and aaid sppnea aaid the Mur ray, asid before No. 409 Broadway, New Yoik. For ss.'e by A. Cook, Chardon, and hy all druggists ibtoughuut th couptry- Elijah llushneirs) Eat ale. PTM1E Undersigned has been duly SDnointeJ JL niinisirator of tha Estate of Elijah Bushnell, osceasea, late oi vnarann. iteauga Loiinty, AUSTIN CANFIELD. Chardon, April Bth, I860. 6353 CHEETINfiS.Shlrtlngs, Tickings, u ana motion t ianeis just rrreivrn ey WlLKlNStJiiiLEV. ioa. KVk, MEDICAL. "The rootssnd leaves will be for the healing of the nations." isgo. APronrrMEjrrs. isgo. A TIL R- J. LYONS, the celebrated Indian Herb J J Doctor, can be consulted at the followis plnccs every month, during 18f9-60i (. bvelanu, Office 104 Superior etreet. Office rlnye In Cleveland, as follows s 1st, 3d, 11 th 12th, llith, and 31st. Itnvenna.rronti.sllouse.eecli month, 3d it 4th. Akron, Kmpire House, do Mnssillon. American Hotel, do Cnnton, Franklin House, do Warren, trnskil House, do r.lyna, lleehe House, ao 6th &. 6th. 7th & 8ih. 9th At Huh. 13th it 14th. lfiih & 17th. Hth tc 19th 20th & 21st. 22d A. 23d. 7th &. 2r"im 2"lh &. 30th. of tl you of di cing rt titvtng ca ses you and the for but you cts. red Norwalk, American House, do Mcllovue, Kckert's Hotel, do Frumon, Kessler's Hotel, do 1'aitvsvillp, Cowles' llouse do Chnrdnn, Chase's Hotel, do trj-.vinxim smelly adhered to I give such b dms as have no strife With nniure or the laws of life ; With blood my hands I never stain, Nor noison men to ense their uain. HE IS A PIIVSimN INDEED, WHO IT RES! The Indian Herb Doctor, K. J. L.YUINS, curee the tollowins complaints, in the most obstinate stnges of their existence, vix i Diieascs ot the lliront, l.ungs, Heart, l.lver, c'.omnch, Dropsy in the Chest. Ithctimatisin, Neuralgia, Fits or Fallling Sickness, and all other Nervoua Derangements. Also, all Diseases of the Wood, sueh as Scrofula, Erysipelas, Cancers. Fever Sores, Leprosy. And sll other complicated Chronic Complaint. All forma of Female Ditliculliea attended tt with the happiest results. It is hoped that no one will despnir of a cure until they have given the Indian lleib Doclor'e Medicines a fnir and lailhlul trial. KrDtiring the Doctor's travels in Europe. West Indies, East Indies, South America and tho 1'nlleH Sln'.es, ha hns becu the instrument in God's hand, to icstora to health and vigor thousands who weie given up ami pronounced incurable by tho most eminent Old School Physicians -, nny more, thousands who were on the verge of tbe grave, aro now living MONUMENTS to the Indian Herb Doctor's skill nnd successful treatment, nnd are dnily exclaim ing "Blessed he tbe dny when first we nnw and partook of i lie Indian llerb Doctor's Medicine." Smialnctory references of cures will be gladly and cheerfully given whenever requirtd. The Doctor pledges his word and honer that ha will in nowise directly or iudirec:ly induce or causa any invalid to take his medicines, without the strongest probobili'y of a cure. Heiiieinlier, consultation and advice free. The poor shall be liberally considered. frrTbe Dr. has issued a neat pamphlet, con taining a sketch ol his Lilt), Study and Ext n sive Travels, which can be obtnined by ell who de sire one free of charge, nt his room on his ap pointed days, or at his office, in Cleveland, 1B4 Superior htreet. frTM'ost Office address, bsx 2603. 50211' R. i. LYONS, M. P. 'GO May Appointments, '60 BELfEFToMhe AFFLICTED H DRs S. CLARK, Formerly of the 1-irmof Clark & tjibson, GERMAN REFORMED LRITiTUIC 30ician cub Surgeon, CAN bs consulted at the following times and plnces: CEirrccvu.LE,Whre1cr House, May llthi Chabdo, Chase ' " 13th. FaiNUVille, Cowles ' 14ih. AsnTsBi-Lx, hisk ' 15'h. jEfrEr.sos, Thompson ' ' 16lh. KO CHAEGE FOR COSSULTATICN. DR- CI.AKK having had frequent and urgent solicitations iron) bis patients rk their friends. to visit llieir neighborhood nrrasiuualiy, that they might consult him personally, as well as by esse. will herenllcr visit the above-named places, once a mouth. Having had 17 years' experience in the prac tice of Medici ue, during w hich time he haa heated thuiisands of paiienis, in all forma of acuie and chronic di"5ees, wilh unparalleled success, of which some of your friends end neighbors can testily, and is prepared to give relief lo all who m"y apply. I'ersons desiring a coskeiT knowledge of the dlsense with which they aie afflicted, may rely with implicit confidence in having imparted te them a true statement of their si'ttution. particular attention will lie given to ths CURE OF CONSUMPTION, And nil Diseases of the Chest and Lungs, Dyspep ' sia, Nervous Diseases, Female Derangements, ef every character, will be treated with success. Also, wiil cure old sores, and all Kruptive Die eases, of whatever character they may be. lie makes use of universnl Botanical titmcVirs !. Ko Calomel or other Deleterious drug is used. Persons from a distance desiring Advice and Medicine will send a general description of the apfienrance of iho L'rine, with a correct statement of the cause and origin of the disease, and a gene ral history ot the symptoms, with name, sge, aco. All cnuimunicitiiins mm t be directed to S. O. CLAHK.M.D., Jamestown, .uercer Co., 1'a. ii. DENTON'S Vegetable Healing EALSAM. -ESS ele ments, cer 1, No2. Bring by cireu. I be fur WHY WILL YOU NEGLECT a COLD and affect to despise it, as long as yon ate able to walk, until it has grown into a danger ons, and icrliaps an Incurable Cough the fore runner of Consumption, or aomu other dan gerous disease! It is throush neglect or im proper treatment of this common cold that such vast numbers of tho human race arc destroyed. Like a despised enemy, it is Miflered to strength, en it-ielf by delay, tiiitil it has reached and so niurli affected the vital organs, us to place yoa beyond tho reach of man, and you full an easy prey to its power. There is a cheap, safe safe fur the most terw dcr infant and certain remedy for this dreadful enemy to inaiikind ; that remedy is DENTON'S VEGETABLE HZALLSO BALSA, which for several yenrs was never known to fail giving good satisfaction, and it leaves the pa tient waxi. ; Im needs no medicine lo purge tiiie from the system. This Medicino will cure nnd heal the Lungs,' cure a Lame Back, (Jiuvt-l and Kidney Com plaints, Pains in the Side, Stomach or Lrcast, Ague in the Face, or Breast, Nervous Com plaints, Palpitation of the Heart, Phthisic, Pys iepsia and Liver Complaints. It will cure Bums, Fresh Wounds, Chilblains, and Lniiscs upon man or iieast, and take aorcness out of any part ol tho body. Hleeding at tho Lnngs, Chrouio P.houmtitisin, Worms, Summer Com plaints, Soro Mouth, Soro Throat, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough. This is not one of the new discoveries; it is an old and established at tide, ai.d there art) myriads of living evidences of its t.fficacv. Put up in bottles at only 23 cents each. take siricily per re spectable Ad (J. Drillings bMtl Great Imposition and Fraud I Its increasing demand and wonderful aucccsa has induced some three hundred to itaitate my " Vegetable Healing Balsam," which is alway done to an invaliinblo medicine. Therefore tl.9 counterfeit is composed of only two articles, wlille thu genuine is composed of eight different articles, ana " all work.Uigeiher for good. B. DENTON 4 Co , Proprietiri, Ko. 142 nenese St., AUvrn, A". Y. For sae hv A. COOK. Chardon, snd Drnggieta and Merchants throughout tiie country. PERFUMERY. FINE assortment just received. Also KM . dull's Thermometers, si Chardon, June 4. 18S9. J. NICIIOLS'DIIUO 8T0R rsjeeivsd a fresh supply of Lsdiee'ani Gents'Kubber Over-shoes l.y WILKIKSJk KELLEV. Jsn..0ih,1860. " T L'ST sJ G A PLENTY of thoee. 6K cts Prlnoi ius. A arrtyed ai WiXJClNS at KtLKY". Jwn. 0b,ldO.