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Position of Parties in Mexico.
An EnglUh traveler writing to llio New York Trilmnt, from Jalapn, Mexico, un der data Janvmy 1st, Buys of Mexican parties : ' .... There are two well-marled and distinct political parties in the country, the one known by the names of Liberal, Demo cratic, regressive and Reformers, l'uro, Chlnajo, Fagarno, Federals; llie otlier, Conservative, Keactionory, Church party, Army party, tMochos. Tbe mass of tbe former party, conlaii. log an immense majority of the intelligent hop-keepers, mechanics and laboring population generally, of all the Jtirge cities, led by a fair number of the intelli gent and wealthy higher members of so ciety of all classes and professions; even nmn nt Iho lower nricstliood. Tbe second party have a majority of the old army olhcers, a wen uiscipiinca army, and practically all the Church wealth, a majority of the old rich fami lies, a majority of the women, a majority of the stupid rural population, and a small number of the poor and ignorant of the town population. They would hare forgotten by this lime what they were fighting about if Juarez Lad not put lorth his famous manifesto of tbe 7th of last June, nationalizing the Church properly, &c. The army gentry and the church gen try really began the quarrel, because the Constitution, made by the representatives of the people after sending Santa Anna out of the country by the 1'Jan of Ayutle, made them subject to the civil tribunals instead of giving offenders the chances of escape from justice for their sins against civilians, afforded by their particular mode of trial, and because the Church saw final confiscation in the six per cent, on the assessed value the Government gave them by putting what was before unproductive property into the bands of citizens who were improving it. A Brave Soldier. The Coniitution givos the following an. ccdoto of the Into war in Italy : "During tho battlo of Magenta, the combat was exceedingly sevoro round tho railway atation, and us tho French regiments ail vancod.mori wore busily ongaged in removing tbe wounded, fearing that if tlioir comrades should by ohanco bo obligod to full back, tho man lying on tho ground would bo trampled under foot. An oflicor porcoivod a soldier on bis linens Dear his muskot busily employed in binding up his head with a liniikoicliiof, having to ceircd u thrust from a bavonot which had passed through his chcok und ontorod his loic oye. inoollicor asked huu what lie was doing, and seeing that ho was Ladly woundod, told iiim to go to tho amhulancti. "To tho ambulance," said tho soldier, "and why " "Because you hove lost your eyo," aid tho oflicor. "Yes," said the boliiior, "but tho olbor is still good," at tho laino time pointing bis muskot to show that ho eould still toko aim. In a quartor of an bour after tho railway station was In tho bands of tho French. A ball fired by the Austrians struck in tho arm of a Fronch sol dier who was climbing up to one of tho win dows, aud be full. Tho samo officer ran nd raised him up. "Ah, is that you Cap taluf'eaid tho sumo soldier; "thank you, but the ruecals havo brokon my arm." 'Yos," said iho oflicor, "have you not had enough of it now ;" The soldior did not foramomont roply, but, aftor taking up his musket, ho said with a sinito, "It is on ly the loft Captains tho olhor is still trood." and bo again hurried to tho combat. Tho captain wont on nlso.and in a fow moments, again saw him full down from a shot in his breast. "Poor follow, said tho officer, lean log over him. Tho soldior board his voice. and, Willi dying acconls said, "Cnptuin, ynu rouet not bo angry with mo, for if I had left tho fluid two othor men would have been bit, whereas, in my caso, it makes no groat matter, as my timo was evidently come." And tho poor follow, fulling back, expiree. It was tho oflicur who told tho lory, and in his turn was killed at Solforiuo. 6ucb.Ii tho forttino of war. The Origin of Artists. It Is indeed romai kollo that the most distinguished artists have not been born in an ai lii tic sphere, or in a position of lifo moro than ordinarily fuvorablo to tho cnlture of rlistlo gonius. They havo nearly all had to foroo their way upward in tho facn of poverty and manifold obstructions. Thus Gainsborough and Rncon wcro tho sons of cloth-workoia; Burry was an Irish sailor boy, and Macliso a bunker's apprentice at Cork t Opio and ltomnoy, liko Iuigo Jones, wore carpenters t West was tho ton of mall Qunkor farmer in Pennsylvania; XMortncote was a wutcii-maker, Jackson tailor, and Etty n printer; Reynolds. Wil on and Wilkiowcre tho sons of clergymen j.awronca was too son or a puullcun, and Tumor of a barber. Hororul of our painters, Itlstruo, originally had somo connection with art, though in a very hum Mo way, uoh as Flaxman, whoso fathor sold plaster casts; Bird, who ornamented tea trays; Martin, who was coach paintor ; Wright and Gilpin, who wore ship painters ; Chunlroy, who was a carvor and gilders and David Cox, Stansfiold and Roberts, who woroscuuo pa.otois. Bbautipii, pAtuoitArii Sir Humphrey uary, in ins ouimnuia, writos : I envy no quality of tho mind and intol loot in others, bo it genius, power, wit or fancy; but if I could cliooso what would bo roost beautiful, and I buliovo most usoful to no, I should profur a firm religious belief lo any othor blessing) for it mukos life a dis. ciplino of goodness; varnishes and throws over tue decay tno destruction of exist' onoo, the most goiireous of all 1 ic lit x awa kons new lifo, oven iu death ; makes an in strument nt torture and shamo tho ladJer of aicont to Furudiso t and fur above all combinations of earthly homes, calls up the . . . i i . jdoii uoaiiiiiut visions ot too palms and am aranths, in tho pardons of tho blest, and the security of everlasting joys, where the sen sualist views only giouui, uocay, annihilation ana uospair. The End. Generation after pener. tion, fiom tho unknown beginning, so tormiui, busy, l have seen rush thun dering down, down, and fall all silent nothing bat some feeble re-echo, which grew even feebler struggling up; and ob firion has (wallowed them all. Thou sand! more to the unknown ending will follow; and thou bangest here as a drop, till lungilt on the giddy edge, one mo ment while the darkness has not yet en gnlphed thee. O brother! is that of nail interest? and for tUctt Awake, poor, troubled sleeper; shake off thv tor pid, night-mardream; look, sen, behold It the flame image: splendors high, ter ror deep as Hell; this is man's life. Carlyli. All our friends, perhaps, desire our happiness ; but then ii must be in their own way. What a pity that tiicy co not eaiploy ins same ceul in making us happy in ours. What Fashionable Parties are For. There was a tribunal once in France, as you may remember, called the Cham ltr'Ardcnte,k Burning Chamber. It was hung all around with lamps, henco its name. The burning chamber for the tri al of young maidens Is the blazing ball room. What have they full dressed you for, do you think? To make you look pretty of course. Why have they hung a chandelier above you, flickering all over wiiji flames, so that it scorches you like the noonday sun, and your deepest dim ples cannot hold a shadow? To give bril liancy lo the scene no doubtl Ko, my dcarl Society is inspecting you, and it finds undisguised surfaces and strong lights a convenience in the process. The dance noswers tho purpose of the revolv ing pedestal upon which the "White Cap tive" turns, to show us Ihe soft, kneaded marble, which looks as if it had never been hard, in all its manifold aspects of living loveliness. Io mercy lor you, my love! Justice, strict jurticc, you shall certainly have neither more nor less. For look you, there are dozens, scores, hundreds, with whom you must be weighed in the balance; and you have got lo learn lint the "strugp-lc for life Mr Charles Darwin talks about readies to vertebrates clad in chruiolinc, tie well as lo mohucks in shells, or articulates in jointed scales, cr anything that fights for brcathinir-room and food and love in any coat of fur or feather! Happy they who can flush defiance from bright eyes nnd snowy shoulders back into the pendants of the insolent lustres! Prof. IJolmti in Atiintic Monthly. Saturday Night. What blessed things Saturday nights are. and what would tho earth do without thorn ? TIiobc breathing moments in tho march of lite thoso little twilights in the broad and garish glaro of noon, when palo yostorday lookod bouutilul through tho shadows and faces, changed long nun, smile swootly again, in tho hush, whon ono romnmbors 'the old folks at homo,' and tho old arm chair, and tho littlo brother that died, and tuo tittle sistor that was 'translated. Saturday nights tnuko pcoplo human- sot thoir hearts to buating softly, as thoy used to do lieloro tho world turned them into wax drums, aud jirrcd thorn to pieces with tattoos. Tbo lodger clesos with a crash ; tho iron doorud vaullscomo to with a bang; up go tho shutters will) a will; click goes tho key in tho luck. It is Saturday night, nnd bus iness breathes free ngnin. llumo'vard, ho I The door that has been njar all tho week closes behind bi:n. Tno world is shut out I .Shut hi'ruthur. Horo ara tho treasures alter all, and not In tbo vault, and not in the hook savo tho record in tbo old family Bible and not id tho bank. 'Maybe you aro a bacholor, frosty and forty. Then poor, poor follow, Saturday nights aro nothing to yoti just as you are nothing to anything. Get a wifo, blue-eyed or black-eyed, but above all, a truo ovod got a homo, no mattor how little, and a littlo sola, juit to hold two, or two and a half, and then got the two or two and a half, in it on a Saturday night, and read this para graph by tho light of your wifo's eyes, and thank God and tuko courage. "Tho dim and dusty shops aro swept up, Ihe hammer is thrown down, tho apron Is doffed, and labor hastens with a light stop homo ward bound. "Saturday night " faintly murmurs tho languishing, as sho turns woarily upon her eoucn; 'ana tnero is another to come I "Saturday night, at last I' whispers tbo weeper obovo tbe dying ; 'and it is Sunday to-morrow aud to-morrow I" n ; How Mr. Cotueb Brokb his Post. Chon you reckcrmemper dat little p!ack bony I pyod mil the pedler next veek ? "Yah, vot of him." 'Notings, I only gits sheaUd burdy pad." "So V "Yah. You see in the vurat place he ish plint mil both legs, unt ferry lame mil von eye. Den ven you gits on him to rite he rares up bebint unt kicks up before so vurser as a chack mule. I dinks I take him a liddie rite yestertar, unt so sooner I gits straddle his pack he gommence dat vay, sliust so like a vakin peura on a pouts steam ; unt ven ho gits tone, I was so mixed up mil everydinks, I vint mine zelf ziltin nrount packwards, mit his dail in mino hunts vor do pridle." "Veil, vot yo goin to do rail him ?" "Oh, I fixed him petter as cham up. I hitch him the cart mit his dail vere his heat out to be ; den I gii'o him npout so a tozcu cuts mit a lute cow ; he starts lo go, put so soon be see te cart pefore him he makes packwards. Burdy soon he stumbles pehint, unt sits down on his hanches, unt looks like he veils burty shamed mit himzelf. Den I dakos him onl, hitch him do right vay, unt he goes rile ou shust so goot as anypody o bony," It takes four things to make a thor ough gentleman. You must be a gentle man in your principles, a gentleman in your taste, a gentleman in your manners. No man who does not combine these qual ities can be justly named a true gentle-man. A Countryman came to one of our ho tels and wrote after his name "P. 0. P S. F. C." Here was a title which none but himself understood. "Pray my denr sir," asked the bar keeper, "what do all these loiters stand for ?" ".Stand for I why that's my tillo !" "Yes sir, but what is your title ?' "Why, Professor of Psalmody and School master from Connecticut." A Down-iast Yankeb lately contract ed in writing with a wood dealer for a quantity of "tip-top wood1" The man began to deliver it, but it was so full of limbs that the purchaser demurred, say ing that it was not good. The woodman replied, "It is was just what I agreed to deliver, 'lip-top wood,' and 1 believe this grew on that part of .be tree," An Irishman being asked whether be did not frequently converse with a friend in Irish, replied "JNo indeed ; Jemmy often speaks to me in Irish, but I always answer turn in August!. "Why so T Because, you see, I don't want Jemmy to know that I understand Irish." A oiitTLEM an undertook to carve a join at a dinner-parly, and did the work verv awkwardly. "You shall not be my "joint-executor," said his next neighbor. MISCELLANEOUS. WATtilES GIVEN AWAY!! A GIFT valued from two dollars toone-hnn- drd dollars given with every book sold at retail prices. At Icnst 1 Wnteti Is Gtinrnntecd to every Twelve Books!! These Inducements are ofTered by lh Suffolk Exchange Co., 113 Washington St, Boston, Tin most extensive and the most liberal Gift con cern in exigence, tend for s Cntaloijuc. Those who havo patronized oilier Gill Housea irs panic ufaiy requested to acquaint themselves with our terms, uur inducements aro unrivniicu inn put aI others In the shade. The lullowing are sums of the Citts to purchas ers ol books! Kngish Lever Gold watches, hunting coses. 1'niint " " " " I.ailiea' " " open fneo. Douiiched Lever Silver Watches, hunting cases. I.epine Silver Watches, open face. Gold Lockets, various sizes. Ladies' and Gents' Gold Chains, various styles. Ln dies' and Gents' Gold Sleeve Buttons sod Studs, all pntierns. Grnis' Hosom Pins, new snd rich styles. Gold Pencils snd Pens. Ladies' onil Gents' Gold Rlnes. liuld Wntc.li Revs nnd lioll l'ina. A grcnt variety ol I .miles' Jewelry, Pins and K'ir (Irons, comprising till the styles now worn, such as Cameo, Mosnic, Gold Stone, Lnn. 1 orentinc. &c, fee, &.C. Gold liraceleia, all styles. The Liar of Hooka comprises a sreat assort merit of stnndnrd works in every department of liiernturo. Interesting to the younj nnd old. Do not tail to send lor a ctiiaioguo. mmiogucs man cd free lo any address. Apply tp SUFFOLK EXCHANGE CO., 1(0 WitKhinslnii St., ltooloii. C. W. Kldkwuii, Treasurer. 533w3 CHOICE FRUIT AT THE Painesville Nurseries. LARCH .1.X D SMALL, OLD AJVD NEW FOR SPUING SALES, AT THE rOLUlWINO LOW TRICES: Appls Trees 5 to 7 feel high each $ 0,18 ' ' ' Der dozen 2.00 ' ' 'per hundred 12,00 l ine ireesolMng of iompkms Uuunly (genuine) each ,25 Peach Trees 1 year from bud each ,15 ' ' per dozen 1,!0 11 ' per hundred 10.00 ' S ' per dozen 2,00 ' ' ' ' per hundred 12,00 Pear Trees Standard 2 to 3 years each .50 ' ' ' ' ' per doztn 5,00 1 'flwarfon Quince ' 4,50 Cherry ' 1 to 3 years old each $0,25 to ,50 Plum ' on Plum. $0.50-on Peach ,35 Nectarine!,, Apricots & Quinces, encli ,30 1 ,50 Isabella and Lntuwbn Grape unci. 1 yenr old Vines per doz. $0,75; per hund. 04,00 3 ' 1,25; ' COO Clinton Grnpo Vinos per dozen 1.50 Concord Grupo Vines encli 1,00 Diana, $1, llnrilortl I'rolilic, gl, North ern Muscadine, l , Deuwnio S'-.'. Cb'lUt ANTS 10 best sorts from ft 1 lo t2,50 per cozen. RASPBERRIES 12 Ieoding varieties,75 cents to per uozen BLACKBIililUliS Lawton nnd Dorchosler.fine plants, 1 ulilllmn each; t:,25 per dozen. GOU.SlillEKKiKH 1 shilling each; $1,25 per doz. STRAWHKUIUKS-A large collection including Wilson's Albany, McAvoy'e tiuporior, Long worth's Proline, Pcabody'n Hautboy, Crimson Cone, Ulack Prince, llovry'a Seedling, Tri oniuli do Gand. &c.. ate.. &c.. 1 liilliiiR to 3 shillings per dozen; 4 shillings to 12 sinkings per hundred. RllL'liAKB Victoria & Myatt's, Lir.neua, two shillings each: Lnlioon's Alummoin. 4 Hillings. ASPARAGUS 1 yr. old per hundred 50 cenis. ORNAMENTAL. Evergreens in Variety, Deciduous, Weeping Trees, I lowering Trees and Shrubs, Roses, Pb onius, (Chinese iierbaccous nnd tree); Dielytra Ppectnbnlis, (the benmilui Diclytra of China, i'uloxis, Verbenas, Chrysanthemums, &.C-, etc., At The lowest Prices, UTOltKS HARRISOX. Paineaville, Feb. 17th, I SOI. 527tf EXCELSIOR Hv IVilkins & Kclley. 'PUG Suhsciibcra are on hand ngnin with J. UENKItAL, ASSORTMENT OF JI.1T8 ana C1I& DRY GOODS, FRESH GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CnOfKUflY and GLASS WARE, TIN, STONE snd WOODEN WARE, Window-Sash Glnss aud Putty, NAILS, DYE STUFFS, HOUSE TRIM. MI MGS And in fact Everything usually nnd not II 1 . l ' . o. usunuy Kept iu vuumry oiures. We receivo for ths above BUTTER, CHEESE. LARD, EtiGS. CORN, BEANS, POTATOM, And in fact. EVERYTHING WE CA.V TURX! Thankful far past favors, we still wish a share ol your patronage. wilmhs at Ke.l-l.Uz Churdon, Juuuary 13th, lot0. 522if' BURNETT HOUSE, Cor. of Ontario Ac Prospect Sis., CLEVELAND, O. rpH E Undersigned have fitted up ths above L named Itoumi, at much expense, wiihveventy Five Comfortable and Pleasant Rooms. The Fur nialiiiiss are nil new. which, with theirTASLC.thev design ahull uot be surpassed ill this or any other etty, at their cHtRosnr vi.vk im.un ptR uav. (Or TlTe patronnge of a discriminnling public wnewer in pursun 01 uosiNtssor ro.KAsrKK is re spectliilly solicited. Willing to abide their deci slon ss to Hie result ol their eltorts. BURN ETT &. TIN KER, Proprietors Oct 15, 1758 sfio THE Undersigned wishfli to notify the people i I ',,.. ...... i Vi.nlu thai h :.m..i..L.i...i..l. ,M Ul luu aS u wuibij iuu uiuiiui oviui tug and keupacoiiHtttiuly on hand, Clement's Patent WASHING MACHINE, Which he has no hesitation in saving is superior lo any oilier machine now in use. It will wash anything, no matter what, from a Collar to a Car pet, in one-half the time and labor uecessary when otlier machines are useu. IRWIN WARNER. Chardon, Feb. 3d, I860. Sniti NEW BOOK BINDERY In Pnliicsvllle. rpiIR SubfccribKritpleniird to nnnonncr 1 to htsoldlrionds and acquaintances in I'nines vilie and vicinity, llial h has again located him' sell in Painesville, for ihe purpose of carrying on ihe above-named business. He will be ready to GOinmeilce opt-ruiiuiis we urn. ui nfxi week. SO-BINDERY IN MARSHALL'S NEW BLOCK.Secouu loor. 1 . WM1 i AKEK RKPESKNCES I - Wm. K Per kin., J. F Koofield, C. B. Barlletr, Keili AtarHimii. a. w. rneipa, i a. rorier, a. Moodey, J. 8. Matthews, Dr. S. Rosa, P. P. Kan ford, W. C. Chamhers, A. I. liilletl, Chriatopher Morse, L. urooss, uv. u.Yvewier,u.iv.Kayiiolds. Mar. 3S.18S9. SNOif HOLMES Sc. SQUIRE, TEALER3 in Butler. Cheese and Uroceriea I won Id resoeciiiifv inform llie Farmers and ciiiiuns ofGcuua County snd vicinity, that ihey naveo. enen . rush Stor In rhnrdon. where they will pay Cash for Buner and Cheese; that ihey nnv reduced ihe Price of Lirooeries, ana teltror Heuuy i-y only. Ua snd see na. CbonluB, Uccoiubor9lh, 169. tl'tt MISCELLANEOUS. FHESn ARRIVAL!!! THE DNDGRSKiKKD IlERS TO 1N form his Friends and Customers, that he is receiving nis which have been teloctod wilh great ears express Iv for Ihe trade of this vicinity. He rioea not pi ped to sell all tho goods sold in this place, huVitJ Small Profits and One Price will induce purchas-V ers to call and exnmine Ins Goods and Prices, he trusts they will not go away dissatisfied. -His stock will comprise all the New aud Dosirable Styles ol LADIES' DltESS GOODS, Stella, Cashmere, Brocha, Crape and Thibet SHAWLS, MANTIU.AS, RIBBONS, tibOVES A2U UOS1EKY. WHITE GOODS. HOUSKKEKPIN'O GOODS, STRAW BONNETS. FLATS & SHAKERS i Also, a Large Stock of Spring and Summer Goods For Men and Boys Wear, vis. i FRENCH tt ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS, PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, Sattinkts, KENTUCKY, JEANS. FARMERS' & MECHAN ICS' CASSIMERES, Blenched nnd Brown Linens, LINEN DRILLS, COTTONADES, 4Vc, &o., &o. ALSO, Denims, Stripes, Drills, Ticking, Fine nnd Heavy Khcetings, Cotton Ynrn. Carpel Warp, Wicking and Twine. Alxo, n large of Ladies1 Shoes, Hus kins and Gaiters, Children's Hiocs, and Men 's and Boy's (tools and Shoes, Unibrcllns, Parasols, &.C., &C., A-,c , in fuel, nearly every variety ol Goods usually kopt in a tirst-class retail store. He will be continually recniving throughout the season additions to his Stock oi all the New nnd Desirable Goods wanted in this Community. AARON WILCOX. Faincsvillo, April IS, 18VJ. 4B3-tf GEAUGA COUNTY FIRE-INSURANCE GOMPANY. Ol-FICD, Chardon, Ohio, JOHN FltKNCH.'rREsincHT. AI.FItF.U PHELPS, Slcroarv. This well-known coiiipauy continues to the properly of Geiuiga County, at si r.mr furrt-.x ... .v, .-..,.., ., .. . " ' - " " " ' - . . 1 t . II ij Wf . fit I " 1 . . Uy its Act of Incorporation, Property outsidu of Ho r:.. ...... ...: i... i... ....... ..... WbHUjJH JUUII,;, ,.. iimui rii .iiin Coiiipiiii y, ihiiHeiitirelyobviaiing ihe objec tions to .Mutual Ciimpanirs aa coiiiinony organ izcil, that Insure all over the country. Those who wish to be made Safe against Loss by Fire, will do well iu I ii on i- iii nils Company. JCrFor further pariictilnrs cnll on E. V. CANFiLLD, General Agent. Chardon, Ohio. M9if A. C III ESS I AN, Prncticnl Watch nnd CLucK-iVaA-er. be2 leave to annouueo to the inhabitants ol Chardon and Geauga Co., that he has opened a Shop two doors north of the IliarinlA f-hnr.li wlim All Work entrusted to his care will bo attended to with neatness and dispatch. Having had experi ence In Lngland ami America, he flatters him self that he will beable to give satisfaction to all those who may favor him wilh a call. -Jewelry reiaiiieo and Watches Cleaned, with dispatch and fidelity.; ViTGold nnd Sliver Electro-Plu ting done in the bcitpoitible manner. gcg A. ClllKSMAN. Chardon, Oct. 7th. 1859. SOSif Cowles & Co. Ars still in the same old spot, at CLEVELAND IVo. 145, WED DELL HOUSE, And will be glad to see their customers from "Old Geauga," and promise lo doal wilh them more liberally ilionever. The present harUtimu havo so reduced the prices of Clock Watches, Jewelry, Cutlery, Silver Ware, &r., thtt a Unit man -y now will buy as much ss more :uoney will hereafter. We have the very best workmen in every de partment of our business. We would resuectlully solicit a continuance of ths patronage of our old friends and a call from all. 492-tf MAY BE FOUND AT THE Blnckimilh SkrpoS. H. 11 ITT.' K 1 IIAMBDEN CENTER, 'Ihe Most Complete Assortment and Largest Mock or Iron of every Description, From the heaviest liar to the lightest Hoop, inclu ding BUGOY AXLES. BUGGY SPRINGS A fib BUGU Y TRIMMINGS UP EVERY VA HIETY, TO BE SOLD AT Prices that defy Competition,- for cash. Call and learn prices belore purchasing elsewhere. 1 am determined that all articles in my tins Shall bssold at Iras price thnn heretofore offered in this vicinity. 9nUOOIKS, CAKRIAQE8 Btld WAQONB of all kinds made to ohdeh od tbe shortest Notice.cs N. B. 7 will shoe Horses for 1. 00 each and all other work in proportion. Good workmen always on hondsnd ready lo wait on all who will favor me wiin n can. o, u. in i i . Hunibden, Sept. 30, 9. 507tt FL0UR FEED STORE, Hall & Freeman lltivliitf fairly loeuled nl llielr NEW STAND IN THE BKICK STOIIE, OP posiia Chaee's Hotel, Chardon, Ohio, ars prepaied to attend to the wants of all theYr old customers, and as many new ones as may fuvor them wi'h llieir patronage. ALL KINDS OF FEED KEPT CONSTANT ly on hand. Also Groceries and tfailt; J'tows, Drags, Corn- Cvttert and Shellen; and in thort, all kinds of Agricultural Implements. They intend to keep, in connection with their Store, a MEAT MARKET. Having remodeled the interior ofthe building tncy now occupy, ihey nave overy facility lor do ing a iiaoa uusinesa. HAI L A FUEE.YIAN. Chardon. Nov. Mh, 1HS9. MGif MAPLE GROVE MACHINE SHOP, CHAGRIN FALLS. mHE BUBSfTvlRER lakes this method to In. 1 form his Friends and the Public in General that he is now prepared to Manufacture lo Order STEAM -ENGINES of Various Ries.SAW and GRIST-MILL MACHINERY, WOOLEN MACHINERY, THRESHING MACHINES. H0KSE-P0WEK8, WOOD-SAWING MACHINES, Ste SlC All of which will ba dons st Shortest NotieDd ou the Most Jleasonable Terms. ADIff GAUNTT. Chagrin Falls, July, !Bt9- 97m6 Horse q and Cattle SHOEING DONE IN THE BEST MANNER, At lbs OLD STAND of ths Subscriber, LB. MATHEWS. MBit LEGAL. MAGNETIC Try this remarkable and most intemtinu rem edy. It is composed of the concentrntcd Juices of the most powerful and the most soothing Plants and Roots in Nnture. chemically combined and isolated in well-aonled glass bottles, and chnrgrd with a powerful Uuttery. Thus possessing, in addition to its superior medicinal virues, strong Magnetic and Electric properties, profoundly pen etrating, and cminenl'y quieting and soothing It relieves Pain and Inflammation nt once, (when freely applied,) relaxing the etrnined muscles nnd nerves giving new life nnd vitnlity by i's life giving qualities, to Pnralizcd parts and Chronic or liiiig-stnnding Complaints and Weaknesses, allaying Nervous pain, (Neuralgia), Irritation. and Itemovlng Obstructions like a charm. In deed all who have used it, speak of it as truly a wonderful medicine, and esteem it by far aiirior to any and all other external rcmcilina in use. II appIKU ill srnsnn it is an umaiiing remedy for Ihe Croup, Sore Throat, Infl.nrmnlion ofthe Luug9, Dowels, Liver, Kidneys and other Organs, Rheumatism, Spinal Irritation, Agie in ihe Breast, and nt all times cure Nervous Headache, Neuralgia, S-Wo Eyes, Ear Ache, 'J'coth Ache. Ague in the Face, Pimples nnd Eruptions of u II kinds, 'itf, liruis'-d nud Sprained Limbs, Burns, Frozen parts.Chilhlains, Indolent and long-standing Sores, Wounds ic , tc. It will also restore the Hair to the liald, Head and prevent the Hair from Fulling. The Magnetic Ointment has been extensively used on Canal and Diauuhl Horses tor Galls. Wounds, Sprnina and LnmiMiess. and is a sure care, when applied hot, for Scrtnchcs on Horses, and the Foot Ail on Sheep. All the Proprietors nsk for tho Magnetic Ointment is a Fair Trial, confident that all they claim for it, will bo found true lo the letter. In the neighborhood where it is manufactured, many people buy it by lue quan tity, and it is kept nnd uted by almost every in habitant os a Pnnncen for the numerous Pains and Aches every family in more or less afflicted with. We nay again T II Y Dr. Trask's 3Jap:no(ic Ointment. None cenuine unless rimied "S. flief." witha Pen. See Pamphlets containing full directions around each Uoiilc,and Circulars left wilh agents. Price cents for small, and 3d cents for iurge Hollies. For Sale by A. COOK, Chardon. Ohiot John eon & Tultle, Burton, Ohio; John AI. Mayhcw, Auburn; Attai n Alathcws, Newbury; R. P. liur- net t, K uate (I ; . IH. treat, LSninl)rluge;nml all ul ll cr Druiiffists in tho country. All oroers should he addressed to D. RANSOM &CO., harlvilte, Madison Co., N. Y. Sl.lyl THE ONLY PREPARATION WORTHY OF Universal Confidence & Patronage FOR STATESMEN, JUDGES. CLERCYHES, Ladies and Gentlemen, in all parts of the world, testily to the efficacy of Prof. O. J- Wood's Hair Restorative, and gentlemen of the Press are unan imous in ils praise. A lew testimonials only can be here given; see c rculnr fur more, and it will be impossible lor you to doubt. 47 Wul Street. N. Y.. Dee. 20th. '58. Genti.imek! Your note, of the I5ih inst., has been received, saying that you had beard that 1 had been benefited by the use of Wood's Hair Re storative, and requesting my cerlilicate ol ihe fact, it 1 had no objection to give it. I award ii to you cheerfully, because I think it due. My age is about in years; the color of my hair auburn, and inclined lo curl. Some five or six years since it began to turn grny,and tho scalp on the crown of my head, lo lose its rcnaibility, and dandritH to tortn upon it. Kach ol these dia. agrccahililies increased with lime, and about lour months sinca a fourth win ndded to them, by hnir falling oil' the tup of my head, and threaten ing to make me buld. In this unpleasant predicament, I wns induced to try Wood's Hair Restorative, mainly to arredt the falling ofTof my hair, lor I had really no ex pectation that g'oy hair could ever be restored to us original color, except from dyes. I was, how ever, creiilly surprised to find, nfter the use of two bottles only, that not only was the falling off errcsica, out me coior was restored lo the gray hairs and sensibility to the scalp, and dandrutf ceasca to lurm on my nead.very inucli to the gratification ofmy wife, at whose solicitation 1 was induced to try it. For this, among the many obligations I owe to her sex, 1 strongly recommend all husbands who value ilia admiration of their wives, to profit by my example, aud use it if growing gray or get ting bald. Very respectlully, BEN. A. LAVENDER. To O.J. Wood 4. Co., 444 Broadway, N. Y My family are absent from the city, and lam no longer at No. 11 Carroll Place. Siamston, Ala., July 20th, 18M. To Prof. O. J. Woon: Dear Sin Your "Hnir Restorative" has dono my hair so uiuch good since I coniuieiu-cd tho use of it, that 1 wish to make known to the PUBLIC of its effects upon the hair, which cr great A man or woman may nearly be deprived of hair, and by a resort to your ' Hair Restorative," Ihe hair will return ntoru beautiful than even at least this is my experience. Be lieve it all! Yours truly, WM. II. KENEDY. P. S You can publish the above if you like By publishing in eur Southern papers you will get more patronage scuih. 1 see several of your certificates In tho Mobile Mercury, ntrong South ern paper. W. H. Kenedy. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. Professor O. J. Wood: Dear Sir: Having had the misfortune to loso the best portion of my hair, Irom the eflt'Cti of tho vollow fever in New Or. leans, in IbOl, i was induced to make a trial of your preparation, and found it to answer as the very thine needed. Mv hair is now thick and glossy, and no words can express my obligations io you in giving iu tue Biiucieu sucn a ireauure: FIN LEY JOHNSON. The Restorative is put up in bottles of ihree si zes, vii.large, medium and small; Ihe small hold I a pint, and retails for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at east twenty percent more in proportion than the small, retails for two dollars per bottle; Ihe large holds a quart, lorty per cent, moro in proportion, and retails for $3 per bottle. t). J. WOOD 4. CO, Proprietors, 444 Broad way. New York, and 144 Market St., St. Louis, Missouri. Anil sold by all good Druggists and also Fancy Goods Dealers. S?9m3 Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA. A Benevolent Juilititttcn entablinhed by epeeial ik i.t..r 1.1 ... t.-.i jr.. j i.-. treued, AtihcUd wtti Virulent and Ejiiclcmtc Oil ease j, aim eepeciully for Ihe Cure of Ihe Sexual Or gae. MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the Act tug Surgeon, toull who apply by letter, with a description of their condition, luge, occupation, habits ol lile, Ac.,) and in cases ol extreme pover ty. Medicines furnished free of charge. . VALUABLE REPORTS an Spermatorrhea, and ether Diseases ofthe Sexual Organs, and on the NEW REMEDIES employed in the Dispensa ry, sent to Ilia alllicled in sealed letter anvelniiM free of charge. Two or three Stamps lor pottage win ie tiLti-uieu Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON. Art. Ing Surgeon, Howard Association. No. 3 South riuin oireei, riiiinueipnia, ra. tsy order ot tlie Directors. EZRA D. 1IARTWELL, GEO. FAIRCIULD, 6. I reside. 5l9yl GARLICK & WILDER'S Improved Patent FENCE, THE Undersfgnea, owner of ths right for Lake and Geauga Counllea, would call the alien tion of Farmers to ths merits of this new Fence. It is suitable for all nurwoeea lo which funcesara applied, and is the best now in use. Any Infor mation respecting it may bs obtained from Thom as Motcall or O. P, Mewcomb. of liii. place; and a sample may be seen on ihe Public Square, near Mr. Chase's Hotel. It is sold at such reasonable rales osto suit all purchasers, and warranted to give (nod aaiiefaction. The Undersigned will soon have an agent in Ihis nace. u. u. wiaivstuim. Chardon, December 23d, 16. Mutf MEDICAL. 0 o o a PILLS. DR.- MORSE, the inventor of MORSE'S IN DIAN ROOT Pll.LH, has spent ihn greater part of his life in traveling, having visited Europe, Asia and Africa, as well ns North America has spent three years nmong the Indians ol our West ern country it was in ihis way that tho Indian Root Pills were first discovered. Dr. Morse was Ihe first man to r?tnhlih the fnet.that all diseases arise from IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD that our strength, health aud life depended upon this vital fluid. When the various passages become dossed, ond do not act in perfect harmony with Ihe differ. ent functions of the body, the blood loses its ac tion, becomes thick, corrupted and diseased; thus causing nil pains, sickness and distress of every name; our strength is exhausted, our hen 1 1 h we are deprived ol, and if nature is not assisted in throwing oil" the stagnant, humors, the blood will become choked and cease to ad, and thus our light of lile will forever be blowo out. How im portant, then, that we should keep tho various passages of the body free and open. And how pleiisnn to us that we have it iu our power to fut a medicine in your reach, namely, Morse's ndian Root Pills, manufactured from Plants and Roots which grow around the niountninous cliffs in Nature's garden, for ihe health and recovery of diseased man- One of Ihe roots from which these Pills are made is a Sudorific, whieh ooen. the pores of the skin, and assists Nntme in throw ing out the finer parts of the corruption within. Tho secoiil is a plant which is an Expectorant that opens and unclogs the passage to the l.unps, and thus in a soothing manner, performs its duty by throwing oil' phlegm and otlier humors by co pious spitting. The third is a Diuretic, which gives ease and donblo jtrength to the kidnoys; thus encouraged, they draw large amounts of im- fiurity from the blood, wiiiuh is then thrown out loiintifully by the urinary or water passage, and which could lint have beon (Uncharged in any oth er way. The fourth is a Cathartic, and accompa nies the other properties of le Pills while en gaged in purifying the blood; tho career parti cles of impurity which cannot pass by the oilier outlets, are thus taken up and convoyed off in great quantities by tho bowels. From the above, it is shown that Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills not only enter the stomach, but become united wiili the blood, for ihev lind w.-iv to every part, ond oomplutely rout out and cleanse the system from all impurity, and the life of the oouy, which is tlie uieod.becomes perfectly heal thy; consequently all sickness and pain is driven Irom the system, lor they cannot remain when the body becomes so uuru and clenr. The reason why people are so distressed when sick, and why so many die, is because ihey do not got a medicine which will pass to the afllicted parts, and which will open the natural passages lor the diseaso lo bo cnil out; hence, a largequnn ti y ol food and other mutter is lodged, and the hiomnch und intestines are literally overflowing with the corrupted mass; thus undergoing disa greeable Icrmontation, constantly mixing with tlio blood, which throws the corrupt mutter thro' every vein and artery, until life is taken from tho body by disease. Dr. Morse's 1TLLS have added to themselves victory upon viclory, by restoring millions of the sick io blooming health and hap piness, i es. iiiousanus wno nave Dcen racked or tormented with sickness. Diin and nnuuish. unit whose feeble frames have been scorched by the burning elements of raging fever, and who have ticen oruugut, as it were, witiun a step ot the si lent grnvo, now stand ready to testify that tin y would have been numbered . ith the dead, had it not been fot this great and wonderful Medicine Morse's Indian Root Pills. After ono or two do ses hnd been taken, they were astonished and eb solutcly surprised, in witnessing their charming effects. Not only do they give tmniediato ease and strength, and take awnv all sickness, noin and anguish, but they at once go to work at Ihe inunuiitioii or tue disease, wlncli is Ihe blood. Therefore, il will be shown, especially by hoi who use these fills, that Ihey will so cleanse and purify, that disease thai deadly enemy will lake us flight, and the flush of youth and beauty will again return, nnd the prospect of a long and happy lile wilt cherish and brighten your days. Caihom. Beware ol an imitation wilh the words "Extra signature A. J. White A. Co.," printed across tlie unner part of ihe viirnette on tho wrapper. All genuine have but the signa ture ol"A. J. Whits Ca," which is at ihe bot tom ul the wrapper. Persons dealing in ihe imi tation article will he dealt with according In law ii. L. JUDSON &CO., Sole Proprietors, No. 5U Leonard Street, New York. Pr. Worse's IudiilH Hoot Pill are sold by A. COOK, Chardon. Ohio; Johnson Si Tultle, Burton ; John M. Muyhow, Auburn ; Anson Muuiews. iNcwoury ; it r. uumett, Kussell ; A M. Treat, Buinbridge ; C. S. Field, East Claridon and all dealers iu Medicines. Agents wanted in every town, village and ham lot in tho lund. Purttcs desiring the agency will address ns ubove fur terms. Price 25 cenis per box: five boxes will ba sent on receipt oi ft, postage paid. 51T-yl SANFORD'S Liver Invigroratoa T NEVER DEBILITATES. IT TS COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY froo FROM GUMS.and has become an established fact, a Standard Medicine, known and nnnrnvod by nil who have used it, und is now resorted to wilh confidence in all the diseases, for which it is recommended. Ithnscured thoiisnndaiSj 'within the last! years. who had given up till;S hopes of relief, as the numerous, unsuiicueilir certilicates in my pos session show. if- 1 li e d ose must be!- aaapted to ths temper nent of the individual 3 inking il, and used in anient a It, and used in such quantities as to act Let the dictates ol Z gcnily on Ihe bowels. your judgment puidt- you in the use of the ATOIl, nud it will plaints, liiliotiN At- S l.lt fcll 13IVIl.UK i'utb j.ivcr v o in .lo ll,.n.n.;i, I luouic uinrrhotJH, 4, summer coinplniitn Uysc nterv, Dropsy ix soui stomncti, il a bltunl C'ontivrneNN, thai era Morbus, I'lutiiicuce, J au ii- tnouc, unoieru, Cliolcrn lu iHiitum, dice.l'tinnlp. IVcali iiesM'n, and may be used successfully as an ORDINARY FAM1I. MEDICINE. Il will cure SICK HEADAC HE, (as thousands can tes tily) IN TWKNTY Ml.NUTEo, IF TWO OR T11UEU TEASPOON ULLB ARE TAKEN ul commencement of atlnck. All who use it are giving their testimony in its invnr. fr"-Mix water in the mouth with INVIGORA- 1 OK. aud tvralow both together. Price One Dollar per Bottle. SAN FOR D ' S Family Callnirlic Pills, COMPOUNDED FROM Pun Vrfetuhle Extract, aud put up in Glare Caere, Air Tight, and will keep in nuy climate. I ne AIVUL.Y UAUIAKIIU IT l.L, is n gen tfe but as'.ive Cathartic, which the Proprietor has used in Irs practice lor more than twenty yea The constantly in-lz creasing deniund from tnose who have .'ongl . satisfaction which a I li" their use, has induced m used the PILLS.and the express in regard to me to place them with- In tlie reach ol all. The Profession wel know that different Cathartics acton differ- ent portions of the bow- TIIARTIC PILL to I'll well established Irom a variety of the els. The FAMILY C A-U has, with due reference fact, been compounded. purest Vegetable E x ! tracts, which act alike imeuinry canal, and i u all coses where a on exery part ofthe ol--are GOOD and SAFEl? Cnihnrtic is needed, and such na Ur.KAIu L-.-STOMACH, SLEEP- M E N T S OF THEW IN ESS, PAINS IN THE BACK ond LOINS, COST1VENESS, PAIN AND SORENESS OVER THE WHOLE BODY, from sudden cold, which frequently, if neglected, ended in a long course of Fever. LOSS OF APPETITE,! CREfT-LNG SENSATION OF COLD OVER THE BODY, RESTLESSNESS, HEADACHE, or WEIGHT IN THE HEAD, all Inflammatory Diseases, Worms in Children or Adults, Rheu matism, a great Purifier of the Blood, and oilier diseases to which flesh Is heir, loo numerous to mention in this advertisement. Dose I to S. I'KHU 80 CENTS. firThs Liver Inviqoratnr and Family Cathar tis Pills are retailed oy Druggists generally, and old wholesale by the 1 rade in nil the Iurge towns. S.T. W.SANFORD.M.D., Munnfacturer and Proprietor, 335 Broadway, New York. 43yl w ELL Buckets on hand by W1LB.IN3 & KELLEY. MEDICAL. Blood Purifier and Blood DR, ROBAOE'S Scandinavian Remedies!! WHEN PH. ROBACK, the celebrated Swedish Physicinn, introduced his Blood Purifier nnd Blood Pills in the United Stales, he set forth in plain language their curative proper tics. 'I his was years dgo. The task of recom mending them has si nee been taken out of hie hatide. Enlightened men whoso chancier for sound judg ment nnd philosophy, gives thiir opinions weight in the community, men who observe, reflect, and make " nsstirnnce dgubly sure" before ihey decide are everywhere approving nnd urging the use of these wonderful preparations. All who confide in the wisdom and honestyof this clnts.or who chose lo investigate for themselves arc now of ens mini on this important subject. Dr. Roback invites the attention or the sick to tbe OIUOINAL I.ETTEItS, Irom members of the medical profession, editors ol public journals, well-known nierchantsnnd Farm, era, ond Lndiesof the highest respectability, eiving accounts of extraordinary cures wrought by the remedies, of which cures they themselves wtie EYE WITNESSES. These parties mny be consulted personally or by letter, ny those who have any doubt upon the sub ject. The evidence in ths possession of Dr. Ro. back, which is stall times accessible to the pubho. establishes the following FACTS; That the Blood Prnii ina and Blood Pili.i have been proved by analysis to Contain no Mineral ; That they cure the almost universul complaint, DYSPEPSIA wilh unerring certainty, snd ill a very short time. That nfter all other medicines Imve proved uselesa, Ihey relieve Liver Complaints, and restore the health and strength of the suffeiec That SICK FEMALES, who have languished for years in help'tss weak ness nnd despondency, recuperate with great rapidity under their invigorating oterntion. That all sexual disabilities are removed by llieir cordial and gently stimulating properties,That ihey recruit Shuttered Constitutions, however they mny have been trifled wilh snd abused ; that their direct tendency is lo lenglhen lilc,and render it enjoyable. Tlint,operatingdire. ly upon the poieon o disease in theblocd, they Cnnso soon to lien!, and discharge fiom the system, every taint of Pctc. fula, whether hereditary or otherwise. That they Recruit tb$ Debilitnted, and ihnt there is no disease of the Stomach aud Bowels, the Liver, the Nervous System, the Skin, Glands or Muscles, in which they do not give prompt relit, and, if administered before the very citadel of li lo has been invaded, effect a painltit and perfect cure. Nenr" in mind llmt ihj SCANDINAVIAN VEGETABLE BLOOD PILLS are endorsed by the experience of thousands ot living witnesses, who, in Jetters, affidavits, medical woiks, and by word ul mouth, proclaim them to he the very bevt preparation of ihe kind ever ofl'ered to the broken down victims ul ill health. They hunt discsae through every avenue and organ of the system, and tu expel it thoroughly and permanently. No oi. e can doubt their superiority after eae single trial ihey ore not only better but, io fact, cheaper thnn any other Pills, for it takes a lea number of them to produce a belter effect. Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Puri fier, SI per bottle, or per half dozen. Of tbe Scandinvian Vegetable Blood Pills, 2i cents pel box, or 5 boxes for 61. Read Dr. Roback s Special Notices and Certifl. catcs, published in a conspicuous part of this Papas from lime to time. Dr. Koback's Medical Almanac and Family Adviser, containing a great variety of interesting and valuable Medical information, can be had gratis of any of his Agents throughout the country. In difficult or complicated cases, Dr Hobsck nay be consulted personally or by letter, enclos ing one stamp for tbe reply. Principal Otlice and Sale Rooms, No. 6 East Fourth Street, 3d Building from Main Street, Ciu cinnati.O, Laboratory in Hammond S'.rret For Sale in Geauga County by A. C'eox, Char, don -, J. Smith, Thompson ;Uto. SADLiB.Paikman, G. W. GAniu.Tr, Montville ; and by Druggists and Merchants generally tliiotighuui Ihe Union. May 20. 1859. 469-ly HEALTH O K AMERICAN WOMEN. From iheN. Y. Vaiby Newe Editorial. We desire to call attention lo a letter Irom Dr. Joshua F. bridge, on "Health of American Wo. men." in another column. Ho treats the subjres in an able manner, and his skill snd medical judg nient may be relied upon From Ihe Albnnt Evening F.rprtte. Marshall's Uterine Catholicon has proved to be fully as valuable as it is claimed to bo in many severe tests made by medical gentlemen and others. Dr. Bridge is a regular physician of very fine at tainments, a man of great judgment and discrimL nation, a judicious nnd highly successful prncti tioner, in ail diseases, especially those of wouiea and children. Fiom Physicians. Marshall's Uterine Catholicon will certainly cure all the diseases for which it is recommended. in the worst coses I have ever met wilh, Mar shall's Uterine Catholicon is a certain and safe remedy. M A KSIIA LL'S UTERINE CATHOLICON Is unhesitatingly ofl'eied as a reliable remedy for all those complaints to which every woman is liable, and which gradually ntl'cci llie mind as well as the body, so that to think, talk or work be comes alike a source of suffering, if not an impos sibility. Among other complaints for which, the Catholicon is a lemedy i:hc Falling of Ihe Womb, Whiles, Suppressed, Irregular or Painful Men situation, Bloating. Inflammations and Disease of the Kidneys or Urinary Organs, Retention or Incontinence of Urine, Huanburn, Custivenese, Nervousness, Fuiminps, Palpitations, Cramps, Disturbed trleep, and nl) troubles, organio or sym pathetic, connected with the uterine organs. Ladies who are tioubled with any of the above symptoms, or with spine, Hver or lung complaints, are invited to address Dr. BRIDGE, with full con fidence that Ihey will find relief. Marshall's Uter ine Catholicon is not a quack medicine, but its in. grrdienls have been mado known lo the Medical College, and they are at the service of any respiot able physician iu the country. 2'Ae price of Marshall's L terms Catholicon is One Dollar and a Halper Single Bottle. West UrDroitD, Coshocton Co., May 14, 157. Mr. II. B. Kingsley, Sir, 1 have been selling the medicines of the GrafTenberg Company for the last ten years, and havo invariably found them te give good sa.islaction ; and ihe hills I have sold te a good many families as regularly ss their lea and coffee, and with my trade they become a staple article. Marshall's Uterine Catholicon is a medt cine that has done s great amount of good tn fe male diseases. One lady I sold it to told me she had received more benefit from one bottle then she did from s long course of medical treatment by the most skilful physicians. Yours truly, . JAMES WILSOX Jauuary let, 1858. MRS. ROBINSON'S CERTIFICATE. Vi knon, Trumbull Co.. May 1st, 184 J. This certifies Ihst I have been In vero nmf heolth for years, snd found little or no relief af ter employing a number of physicians. My disease; was Prolupsis Uteri. I had been reduced by tbst and Flouror Albua until 1 had become ulcerated at s considerable extent. By the sdvice of Dr. O. w. Busnneii i procured snd took six bottles of Marshall's Uterine Catholicon which enabled mar to attend to my husband in his last sickness until he died, which was about a year since. 1 ost token three botilea since his death, which has mad me able to labor and suni 't t mv family of three children. The Catholicon has nearly restored as to health. It is the only thina that has miliiiSksd my sulfating for which I fell very grou ful. MARY B. ROBINSON roR sale mr A Cook, Chardon. C. P. Treat, Claridon. J. E. Williams, I'arktnan. II. h. Bishop Ss Son, MiddJefteld. D. C. Kellogfr, Mudsod. Henry Cttmtiilngs, Uussoll. Lyman Si Scott, Mulberry Comer. Ilorrick & Gaines, Newbury. Tew Si Butts, Rapids. And by MuUicins Donlors gorjerslly, tore) cut the State. II. B, KINGSLEY, ClovoUnd. Agent for Ohio. March 18,1819. i79 rs PHARMACVA