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More of Oregon Gold Discoveries.
JACKSONVILLE, Southern Oregon, Feb 22. Th quarts fever ha continued to hold Undisputed possession of this hitherto quiet people, nd it cannot be disputed that there are indications of an extension of its ravagea to adjoining counties, and broad ! and small wonder is it that such it th case, when it is known that within the last six weeks old Dame Fortune per mitted one of her stray streaks of good luck to strike this obscure corner of the world, endwise. The Emigrant Company, as it is now called, have finished their arrastra, and stfter crindinz for two days on common quarts, that would pay about 8500 per ton, for the purpose of smoothing the bed and filling tip the crevices, they proceeded to tumble in 350 pounds of the rich quarts 5 then starling the engine i. e., tbe tnulo round and round for about ten boure, when they cleaned up and weighed the oroceeils, which amounted to the snug urn of four hundred and forty ounces of cold, which will assay bbout 916 per cunce. Besides this, there were some ftv ounces taken out of tbe cracks of the arrastra, which escaped their notice on tbe first cleaning up which make four Lundred and ninety ounces for the first day's work with the primitive Mexican rrinder. Tbe same day two of the company com menced taking quartz from the ledge. They worked about six hours, then weigh ed the quartz tnken out, and from a safe estimate, it was found that, in that short space of lime, they, had taken out the enormous sum ol 8GU,000. These fig ures may scera astounding, but they ex pires! nothing more limn solid facts. It is now ascertained that there twelve feet of the ledge of puro unhurt quartz, twenty inches wide and six feet sleep, that is permeated with threads gold, and will pity above 810 per pound. So fnr the richness increases wiih depth. The last quartz they took ont, yesterday, ttlie depih of six feet, paya one dollar the ounce. To-morrow they could easily take out 9 100,000 worth of quartz. If their claim continues to pay at rate a few weeks only, the company have the extreme satisfaction of scalteriug a few millions to increase the volume Telocity of iho channels of commerce. Five Millions of Corwin's Speech— Political Organization. "Occasional" writes to Forney's Prets Gov. Corwin's great speech appears the Globe of Iho 12th, nnd covers an of Iwentv-two columns of that paper. Differing from him in many things, I not go too far when I say that it is ono the most remarkable productions of life. As a literary production it is passingly brilliant, and although deliver ed in a eoniewimi rnmDiing styie, 11 is logical and well connected. said that the Republicans have ordered n edition of five millions of this lor circulation. In this connection it be interesting to your readers to that both parlies are beginning to aolively for tbe Presidential vaign. The Democratic committee elected Mr. Cluster, late Postmaster of the House, their Secretary, and Hoover, Esq., late Marshal of the of Columbia, their Treasurer. BeDublican committee is presided over John Covode, of Pennsylvania, by George Harrington, of this city, Secretary. Doth parties want money. The Democrats complain that Mr. has spent all that belonged to in trying to carry Lecompton. who had the disbursement of the fund, and who is said to have paid with great liberality, announces that successor Brigadier General Washington Bowman, even if he vosed to bo open-handed, cannot since the action of Congress, cutiing from him the great job of printing Fostoffice blanks. Where the sinews war are to come from for the campaign, cannot tell. Fifty-Seven Persons Murdered by Pirates. Singapore, January 21 Her Majesty' iteamor Ourust. when about five duvi teaming above DunojormassiiiK.was suddon lv attackeri bv about sn nunurou mon I tiharus. Tho orow bad not titao to (I mora than one shot whon tho assailant ua in nnssnasinn. nnd nfior tnurdorincr all on board, fsovun ollicors and fifty niun,) tboy ran tho rossol njround. In roforooco lo ibnir report the Globe says : . "Wo havo mada luquirie at tho Adrniral tv and wo find that tho prefix 'II. M. S. to tfia vessel must bo inoorroct. In all proba bility the vossel lost was in tho jorvico of liis Nothorluiids Mniostv. if It is a vossol of war. To day's mail has brought account of all the tbssoIs in ber Majesty's sorvioo whiob eould havo boon anvwhora in tho neighbor fcood. and there Is no report of any such oecurroucB. Tbe vomol is probably uamod Onrust, nnd was attackod tiro days ste.ini Ins from Dnniurmassine. ud thn rivor Ban jar, In Bornoo, wbicb forms part of a Dutch provtno. What a Couxtrt I In Hartford county, Maryland, tho newly oloclod Democratic Bhoriifsumrnonod Democratic grand jury and thoir first act was to bring boforo thorn Iho Postmasters, to inlorui lliom ir any in wndinr rincumonts dime to thoir olllcos, and who took thom. T. B. Ho!l was found eoilty of iho ciimo of receiving tho Now York Tribune, ana inaioiou, mo oimioro in onlsitors having decided thnt tho 2Vi4uitr, esunaay ociuut vuvocatr, anu iiuipui Book, wero incondiarv undor Maryland ltt"i Tba Dunithmont is not less than ten years Imprisonment in Iho Penitentiary I Tho game jury Indicted S. S. Walton for having a copy of the I on pending Crisis" and loan ing it to a neighbor; David Tucker for cir culating tho Sunday School Advocate In class, containing an artlclo copied from Jobn Wosloy'i antl-slavorr writings t and free) colored man for tukliig tbo Tiibune What an Institution I ' A. Uoax Sacrilioious Fom. On 8tur iy an adrertiiounont appeared in the Ua llujore Nun, stating that on Dabbutn morn Ing the ad ministration of the ordinance baptism would take place near the liolvl lore Bridge, in that eity. Tbe hour oatnod was eloveu o'olock. previous to which lure uornbora of men 'and women of all ages od eoodilloDs ia . life, were seen wending (heir war to tbe designated place, he v or shnusand Dorsoni had cengrcgatod. all wait Ing la anxious oipootaiion that tbe minister mad Ihe suljooU would make their appear- ' oee- 8000 a whisper seemed to be given from ear to ear, that this was tbe first of April, or "all fools' day." It quickly, n oleotria abock, pervaded the eotiro mul titude, when carriages and horsemen, i tteee on foot, woro seen, lo double quick (tote, departlog to tbeir respective booiea. LEGAL. is of to this will and in area do of his sur sin gularly is speech may know pre care cam- have of J. D Dis trict The by assisted as Bu chanan them Wendell, printing out his George (eltdis be so off the of NOTICE. James II. Doolitlle, Plaintiff! The heirs of John Howard, I Pleas of Geauga deceased, ami Ilia heirs ol I ueauga uo., u. John Willinms, deceased, I dolondanle. J mIIP.ai.ifl dnfannnnta. ihm hnlrfc of John HoW- 1 rd, deceased, and the heirs of John Will- l.m. tl neon !. Art. hftreliv notified that 00 ill OUlt. il.iv of rWsmhnr A. 11 IH'i9. aalll JamC li. Doolitlle. tiled in tie unite 01 me ubi niil Pnnrl hi PArtnin PAlitinfl SBaitlSl Snid de leiidanls. alledging and charging that on lho7ih day ol August, A. It. loj'j, ne. inn mamm.. u tered into a contract in writing with said John ftnu'nrd and John Wiiiloms. then being in lull life, by their attorney In fact.Flavel W. Bine ham by the terms of which said eonlract. the eaid Howard and Williame bargained ond sold ai)d agreed u convey by good and juiticicnt aecu to the plaintiff the following described Tract or Lot of land and premises, to win "A(l that par- col of land and premises, situate in iroy town ship, being No. G in the s-venili ranee in the Con necticut Western Reserve, being sixty acres and 7i-llK) of tin acre in north-oaal corner of section sixteen, in said tow nship, bounded south by filty eight acres, the aforesaid day sold toCyrus Max- welt eusi oy ine ensi line 01 ibn kmwh by the center of the Cuyahoga River north by the norm line 01 smu section, 110. 10 -ins noun nnd south lines being parallel with each other. Tlmt then aiutifl naul on divers and sundry tinio large sums of money on said contract, ub the same were due nnd called for. That on the llihdayuf June A. I). 1849. there wasdue nnsaul eonlract Iho sum of 16,30, which this plainlifT pnid to iiil llin.rlinrn us such attorney for said Howard then beina survivor of said Williams, which snid $ In, 30 was in lull for the amount of said contract, and entirely paid nnd cancelled ihe snme.ond said Hinshnm as such attorney fur snid Howard en dorsed snid contract paid in full, which I'ntiiled nlnlnillT 10 a deed lor snid premises: that after wards, to wit: oil the 12th d:iy ol June. A. I). '49, it heinu Biinnoscd by both nirties that theie was actually less thnn iliequnntity mentioned in said Contract. snid Bingham as siichalorney for How ard, st liis own instance, refunded said f lfi.30 to plnimiirtn hold the suite without interest till snid Imrl.uere snrveved: thai snid lauds hnvo been surveyed and loiind to be of the quantity slated in ar:l ennl rnel : nnd that sniil 1 G.:!0 beloims to de fendants, which plaintiff hrings into Court to nhldo the order Iherool. I he lunlicr averments 01 me petition are that plaintiffis entitled to a good ana .ii if i.ni nppfi n lilt- hiiiii iirnin.rB Html iioioii..- ...1.. ilitit Btiid Wiljintns decensrd in the State of ' .. . . - r . a . Connecticut, niter me limning 01 saw comrnci, at. Iicfore snid 11th day ot June, Hint sum uowuru, ,t.,i.,fiaf,l -fter ihe snid I'iih dnv of June. A. D. lei'J thnt the heirs ol sniu wiiiianisnnii uowaru ro unknown to this planum. Tim iimi'nr nf iho neiitinn is that the defend aula specilicnlly porlorm emu contract, on ine ...... ..f . Wt nim. nnil lluwnrn. Said defendants are further notified that at the 1T...1, t'.rm i,rn 'ul Court. A . I). It f0. it was or dered by the Court that the planum give nonce the pendency of this nction by publication in the JcfVersoninn Democrat, a newspaper published ofgoncral circulation in said Geauga County, m 1 v iinninpii 1 1 v Wfttiti. Kni.i 1 a tninnii nrn limner noiinca mm uiiiom they onswer aid iwi.iiun before the 15th day June A. D. IHeSU, the sain will betaken aacoa fn.ia,i nnri in. irmnut rnrifrefi nccorninfli v ui.iirt .IniAitilniiisi nra furlnnr notified rhntdPO' itiona will be token on behalf of the plaintilfat ilia nfTifA Flnvnl W. liinuham. in tho City of Cleveland, on the Kith day of May, A. U la60, boiween the hotirs.of 8 o'clock A.M. and 8 o'clock I. M. ot snlct Unv. THRAtiHEIl, jUUFEEAt HATHAWAY. riaintifTa Att'a. AprUI3th,18GO. 33.w6 LEGAL NOTICE. T In the Court of Common Ploas Guauga Co., Ohio, 1J (trillion. Edward R. Judd und 1 SarttU J. Judd vs. J. Madison Slntor nn it Alien M.Murnllv. I - - - r , -UK sa d do undunt. AUCO m. ojurpnv, non-residont of the State ot Uluo, ill tnlcn notice that Iho said .uwara udd nnd Saruh 3. Judd. on the 12th day April. A. D. I860, Mod in said Court r ... . a .1.1 f lkA t'ollni. Dotiiton aomanuing iinruuuu u r . . fill. V l. Cl.l. .ni.nl1 ItlglanUS, Ol Wllicn oonn nioiur uicu uivi" LU WILS DliUU.U I" " " 1 iil Cnuniv. ono dioco known as part Lot No. 164 In Tract iso. a, ana uouuuuu as follows; Bogioalng at the S. Hj. corner of O. C. Smiths lauds thence running north on said Smiths ooBt line 178 and rods to tho lot linos thonoe east on lot to land owned by F. A. Slater thence said Slater s west line to ine roaa jeaaing from Chardon to Kirttand ; thonco west said road to the plaoo of beginning, taining 25 aore. Alan, nnnthor cioco of land in lot Tract 3, In Chardon, bonndod north by owned by Edmund uannuia ana J. east by t A. Slator's land ; south by owned by Win, Oiansoiij ana wcbs ny nwni.il bv Edmund Caufiuld and Thwine, containing 15 acres. Said will ask for an order ot partition at ine term of said Court to bo lioiuon on mo day of May, A. D. 1RH0. Atl'vs for Petitioned. Chardon, April 12tb,' 1800. 6350. his o ages a day like mul titude, and quick ft.lir.Itl TP'S SALE. rV virnm nl nn Execution, issueu irom 1 1 ko ..f iim f'lirlc nl ilia Court of Common of Genuga County, Ohio, wherein Job Durlee maintill, ana James miurow ia urau...!, K ... ... . J f 1tl In m datcutneaiH uuy ui uu. j, .- rocted and delivered, I have levied upon the in common.of ihe fullowing described KnuApniiHcd ihe entire premises .I...,.r.t,pd. to be aniiraiscd. and shall .,.,.n..ninih in commuil slorusaiil. of the lowing described pretuisc aloresaid lor uublie vendue, at lit door of the Court Chardon, in said County, on .. .. li A.m,tiiu. l ie aa in aau or Jioni k.i.ui ilm Imura of 10 o'clock A.M. and 4 I M .nn nnV. to Wll: situate 111 II1B f Newbury. Gnuuga County, Ohio, and S lollOWB: licgllllling on luo Mil mm ui 2d Tract No. I In saw tsewoury.anu on of the east and west road running suiu loi; llience norm io cnniun mm u um post: thence west 22 chaiiiB and 17 links to thciico oouih 19 choins and HS links lo ihe of ihe road; thence south 70M degs.; cast haina and i Iiiiks; iiienco norm ot uog. 'J chains and 44 link lo the plaoo of containing 44 and one-lourili acice ol laud all the appurtenances, aixiidiis unmr parcel Ot (aim Sllliaio in eam i laci anu iu. p..,...l,in nml bounded as follows, to .inniiiir at a noint north S3X degs., east uud CI links dislunt from the norih-enat i ii,u dpllinff hoime of A inns Andrews, id thence SOUlll 1 cnauiB, menro ni an 1 3' 'inks; thence norm 4 chains; thence 'h'S K. Ho I 1'. lo mo ui iic(jiniiiim , .... one Ante of land with the aipurlunance. Waid piece first above desci ibert opiraired ainriu'25 Said piece last above described FherifTs OlTice, Gratisa Co.. Marched. Ift'U I . Norin: r AT'RETTE M. tJAKl'.it, a non-resuteni J J Ihe State nl Ohio, and supposed to in ..... I., nr Illinois, wil lake notic rt Murray end Augustus E .lior have, day of Aprl. 1S60, tiled their imiiiion in ot Common l ieas 01 ". v..Uu.....,.., hfr and her husband, Solb. M. Baker Wison, selling forth that said Lauretie said husband. May 10th 1B55, eiecuted cne to Or nn WIM to secure puymenioi 4tluuonten acres ui ionu m iw. .i . nuniMil hu asm laureuv. toeeiner acre of other laud in said Motilville; slterwarda conveyed Ui earn to Jtd .1 u ;.f.. whu exfccuiea moriraiTe Laureue, to secure to her puyment of purohnse money; lhat said Murray couveved said ton acr piece to said ... .nt.l Jn.i moriDaiie-. that said ....... : . . " .- 1 ...I. ..I.. ........ sola Wilson remains uuo wv,.j prayiag lhal so mnch as is now due or to on said mortgage of said John S. Murray Lauren may uy deciee of said Court b lo satisfy nd discharge the raid mortgage Orrin Wilson, and lor an injunction lo colectiun of said nolo and mortgage of and for other proper reliuf. And jiurette M Baker is notified thai she i to appoar and answer suiu pennon, on ill third Saturday afieriha i rtiliduyof r-LELr-S &. TUUAStlEIt, Au lor April 6, 1SC0. CIII11I1 Itushncll's latute. mHK Undersk'ned hss been duly L minimrator of the Emaie of Elijah deceasud. late 01 Cliaroon, i.enugo AUOI1.1 Chardon, AprUOih, lbCO. LEGAL. MISCELLANEOUS. 01 & for of Jtohn S. Isochtvood, millvai;kee block, rolnesville, J8 opening the Largest and Best SELECTED NEW SPUING. GOODS - U. V. In Ph1,imv1I1. LADIR9' UKES (iOODS. (every new style,) inn i au cdprii cl.DAKH. NkiW Colored and Black Silks, House-keeping (Joods, Embroideries ami Laces, llosicring ana uiovc, nnd Onumleis, PAH AS.)L9,Clollis,pS'lmeres, TCii3 11ilUi3, yu.uunv . 1 riea. PI 1 PlinnJ P'llOn Ml ' One Price! Ready Pay!! JCrColl early and secure a bargain.xt ralnesville, April 13th. 1860. t3if CHOICE FRUIT AT THE Palncsvlllc Nurseries. r.jinnu '.ivo small, oi.u ayu NEW FOR SPRING SALES, AT TI1S rol.LOWINO LOW rRICKHl Apple Trees J to 7 fact high each $ . per dozen it per hundred r'ine Trees of King of Tompkins County (jenuine each Peach Trees 1 year Irom bud ench - - per iiuioii per hundred Q per dolen . i tier hundred Pear Trees Standard 8 to 3 years encn . - - per uuz&u Pwari on Quince Cltr-rry ' 1 to 3 years old each 0,23 to l'luin onrinm.u 3u on leu.n Noftnrin,.. A nriL'tits &l Quinces. each ,30 0,18 S.OO 12,00 2& ,15 1,S0 10.00 2.00 12,00 ,iO s,oo ,50 ,35 ,50 Knhflln nml I'ntnwbn GrOD ViDCI. 1 year old Vines per doi. $0,75; per bund. $4,00 j . . ,83, ' 6.00 Clinton Grape Vlnesper doaon j jjO Concord Urnue Vines-encli 'uo Diana, l, llartford Prolific, $1, North ern Muscncline, !, Ueaware S'J. CUltRANTS 10 best sorts from 9 1 to 2,50 per RAtSPUERRlES 12 leading varislles.li cents to 2 per dozen , , - CLACKBEUKIES Luwton and Dorchesler.fins plains, i shillin?ench 81,25 pef0?"n- . r.. i wr.'l)I?l) P IP'S 1 lillliiiB ench:(ll.25perd0S. SI RAWbEKKlKS A lnrgecoiiecui.il iiiviuu.... 1 1 T ; I A Imnil MKflVllV'l UIICTIUI. UU. worth's Prolihc, 'Pcabody'o Hautboy, Crimson m...b p,i,o Hni.v'i iceclunix, '1 i. .i. A.-1. f . Xrc. 1 aliillme to shillings per dozens 4 shillings to 13 shillings i. 1......1...1I RHU BAKU Victoria & Myatt's, Li'.ntEiis shillings each: Cancon's mammum. ...... ASPARAGUS 1 yr. old per hundred 50 cent. ORNAMENTAL. Deciduous, Weeping T of u. of thoir oi line on on con '159. land land innu Alonzo plaintiff nr zctin T?......nn In VnrintV. DpcillllOUS. Wl i l.-i 'i'. nml Plirubs. Roses. ,cw, . ..... ... - . . ' nii omaa. (t-liincse neroacoous am Fpectabalis. (the beautilul Dielytrn of China, Phloxrs, Veruenae, lynrysanuicinuiii", .. At The Lowest Prices. UTORMI oT- HJMRISOJST. Palnesvillo. Feb. 17lh, 18C0. 527tf EXCELSIOR By Wilkins & Kdicy. THE Subscribor are on hand again with UENliltAL ASSORTMENT UF 1I.1TS ami CAPS, DRY GOODS, FRESH GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY and GLASS WARE TIN, STONE and WOODEN WAKiS, Window-Sash Glaaa and Potty, N AILS, DYE STUFFS, HOUSE TRIMMINGS And in fact Everything usually and usually kept in Country Stores. We receiv for th abov BUTTER, CHEESE, LARD, EUG9, CORN. BEAN9, POTATOES, And in fact, EVERYTHIXQ WE CAN TURN! Thankful fur pat favors, we still wish a of your patronage. niLRins en. atuuoi tvliuraon, January ijiii, iow. inoui- Pleas is it I . one ninth' prem ...,i herein- offer fol sole, ut Iloube In . toou. o'clock lUWUSIIU) bounded iuin- mo cen ter through m o a potj center three ui beginning. with (ncco m in wmu witi lie. 1 chain comer deceas- tuuniB east s VIHIII.III- at an- 532wi FLOUttFEEDSTOUK. Hall A' Freeman Having fairly located nl le NEW STAND IN i ltB UK.1CK & l utti,, posil Chsse tioiei, vnaruuii, vmu, prepaicd to alieml lo th wants ol their old customer, and aa many new one as may lavor them widi their paironage. ALL KINDS OF FEED KEPT CONSTANT ly on baud. Also Grocerie and .Vuilt; Flowi, Droot, Corn- Cullers and Shelters; and in all kinds of Agricultural Jmplements. They intend to keep, in connection with their Store, a MEAT MARKET. Having remodeled the interior of the) they now occupy, they have every facility lllg Illl.ll..... II 4 I.I. A. FHEE7IAN rh.tdon. Nov.2Mh. IB'j'J. BURNETT HOUSE, Cor. of Oiiiurlo Prospect CLEVELAND, O. rpHE Undersigned have fitted up the L named House, at much eipense. e ,u (-n,,,riirinliloand 1'luasuiit Rooms. nishingsarealt NEW.wliicn, wun ineir design shall uot be surpassed in this or euy.ailheir cMaooir O.VI Dollar rrs 'Die patronage of a discriminating wluithnr in uursuit of si'sini ksor rLKASURt specilully solicited. Willing to abide n as lo I no result 01 iiieireiiorie. BU KN E'l'T Sr. TINKER, Octl.l78 01 reside in that John this tiih th Couri ..'. and Orrm and her a mort- fui n.um- wun si that they John S. 10 saia JHJOofthe slterwarda Miller, sub- mortence lo wl -J ...u become to said applied 10 said restrain the said Mur ray, the asid required nr oeior May next. tTitr. 534w6 'LIKE THE Undersigned wishes to notify the of Geauga County that h is and keeps constantly on nana, Clement's Patent WASHING- MACHINE, Which he has no hesitation in saying is to any other Machine now in use. It .nuil.inif no matter what, from a Collar pel, In one-half the time and labor necessary oilier macuuifcs bi u.kw. oilier mucin IRWIN Chardon, Feb. 3d, 1860. '. TANNING. mITE undersigned bavins concluded I continue the tunning business at .inl of Caltin KdowIos, on Wator ind his business will be taming cooking bides into loathor, be hope general saiisiaouo" i. him wun tnoir cusioni. N. B. Uoforonce AM who nave r of my manufacture. J. If. Chardon tioo. win, toou. aoooiaied Ad buehncll. uouniy.ll. VAriCliAJ. 63iwl PERFUMERY. a FINE assortment just received. A -"'frMcmiLS-DRUO CUrdon, Jun S4, 1B59. A" "PLENTY of ihnse 6K et. ;rri.d at . WlLKlflS t Ul. JWu,W. - .. MISCELLANEOUS. . n- 3 two FItESII ARRIVAL! TUB TJlfnERSIMNKD BEOS TO IN form his Friend and Customers, that he ts receiving his which hare been selected with great care express l l.rr ilia irada of this vicinity. He does not ex pect to sell all the goods sold in this place, but if Small Profit and One Price will Induce purchas er to call and examine hisUoods and Prices,' he trusts they will not go away dissatisfied. His slock will comprii all th New and Desirable Styles of LA DIEs D It ESS GOODS, Stella, Cashmere, Brocha, Crape and Thibet SHAWLS. MANTILLAS, RIBBONS, GLOVES AND HOSIERY, WHITE GOODS. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, ST II AW BONNETS. FLATS & SHAKERS ; Also, a Large Stock of Spring and Summer Goods For Men and Boys Wear, ya. i FRENCH St ENGLISH BROADCLOTH8, PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERES, T WEEDS, Sattinets, KENTUCKY, JEANS. FARMERS' & MECHAN ICS' CASSIMERES, Bleached nml Brown Linens, LINEN DRILLS. COTIONADES, &o., &c.,&o. ALSO, Denims, Stripe. Drills. Ticking, Fine and Heavy shrniiiiirs t'.oiinii Ynrn. Cnrnet Warn. Wickiim and Twine. Also, a large of Ladies' Shoes, Uus k ins ond Gaiters. Children's Shoes, nnd Men's and Boy's Boots and Shoes, Umbrellas. Parasols, Ac, &c, Alc , in fact, nearly every variety of Goods usunllt Kent in a first-class retail store. He will be continuully receiving throughout the toason additions to his Slock of all the New and Desirable tiood wanted in this Community. a a onv witrnv Poinesville, April 15, 1859. 483-lf Pa- . GEAUGA COUNTY FIRE-INSURANCE GOMPANY. OFflCK, Chardon, Ohio, JOHN Fit ENCH," President. ALFRED PHELPS, Slcretary. This well-known cnmpmiy continues to the property ol Ueiiuga County, at as LOW ItATKS Of Solvency mill permit. Uy its Act of Incorporation, Property outside Geauga County, Cannot be Insured in this Coinunny, thus entirely obviating the objec tion to Mutual Companies. ae commonly organ ized. that Insure a I over ine country. Those who wish to be r.iado Safe auainst Los uy r ire, will do wen to insure in mis ejompnny. tZTi'or farther particulars call on E. V. CANFltXD, Genera Agent. Chardon, Ohio. 518lf t not share A. CniESM AN, l'racticnl Watch CLocK-ilfoJer, begs leave nnnuuee to the inhabitants Chardon and Geauga he has opened a door norm oi Itisrlnle f'liurch. All Work entrusted to his care will be attended Willi nentness nud dispatch. Having had experi ence in England and America, he flatters that he will beable to give satisfaction all those who may lavor him with a call. &WEWELRT REPAIRED AND WATCHES Cleaned, avitu pibpatch and fidrl.it y.5 presold nnd Silver Elcclro-Plit Una done In Ike btttvoiaible manner ..ffstf" A. ClUliSMAN. Chardon. Oct. 7th. 1859 . o08lf ur- Cowles & Co. Are still in the same old spot, at CLEVELAND No. 145, WEDDELL I10USE, And will be glad to see their customers 'HIil r;,auoa." and oromise to deal wiih more liberally than ever. The present Aard have so reduced the price of Clocks Wattjiei, Jewelry, Cutlery, Ware, If., (hit a lillle mo-y now will Buy as much as .nonay will hereafter. We have the very best workmen in every of our business. We would resoectlully solicit a continuance of the patronage of our I Iriends and a colt fiom all. 4i)2-tf all short, building lor ao M6lf Slav above wiinrcveni The r'ui lABLE.iuey any oilier Day. public is re- lucir deci- . Proprietor. 4li8 Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA. A Btntvohnt lwtitulicn ettablithed by Cndowmrnl Jar Ike iiehef 0 the Aic ana AJikUdmilh Virulent and Ejiidtmie fur the Cure tij'the Stznal S""J- , . , ... k.l,. ing Surgeun,tonll who apply by letter, a description of their condition, inge, habits ol lite, &.o.,) and 111 case 01 extreme ty, Medicines luriiifcliru Iteeoi charge. VALCAliliE KEl'ORTS on Spermatorrhoea, and other Dih. s s of ihe Srsual Organs, the N E W it EM K UIKS eniployeu in the r o.iit 10 ihe all icled in sculcu letter tree of charge. Two or three Stamps lor will be accepted ...... A.i.lrM.B llr. J. KlLLin riUUtjll I Ul. ing Suigcoii, Howard Association. No. 3 Milt 1 aneot, rilliauenniia, ra uy unirr l 1 1 A 1, 'I'll) I lirectors r.tiv u. ..mvA . AiEO. FAlKUntUIt ore'y. rresiatni. GARL1CK & WILDER'S Improved Patent FENCE. rpHE Undrrslgneo, owner of the right I ami Canuea Counties, would call the tion ol Farmers to the merit of this new liis suitable lor all purposes to which applied, and is the Dust now in us. Any minimi rosnectins it mov be obtained from ns Moteall or O. P. Newcomb. of thia place; a sample may be seen on the Publio M r.lmu'a lluicl. It is sold at such rates as to suit all purchasers, and warranted give good saiuluction. The Undersigned soon have an agent in "'cCRANSTON. Chardon, December 53d, 1859. people manufacturing, superior will wash to a Car when WARNER. SKml to Ihe old Stroet. ana not to give ' used loath rULDEH, 01 in Aleo Ken. STORE. eW Print iui mBTft biSj. FOUND AT lllrt,mill. Sl.inafS. a AT 1IAMBDEN' Til AY BE 1U1 I he Mmi Complete Assorlmenl and Km, I; nr Iron uf uverv DescriDliotl. Pmm 1I1. hanviesi flsr to the lishtest dina BUGGY AXLES, BUUGY .... n,i,Tf mni.il. lu.'u WRli V VA RIRTY. TO BE HOLD Prices that defy Competition, for CAsn. Its r 11 prices before purchasing elsewhere. determined that all articles in my Shall basold nt less price thuu offered in this vicinity. farncaaiis, carriages arjd of all kinds made to ordbh od the Notice. Jt N R. J will shoe Horse for 1 1.00 each other work in proportion. Good workmen on hand and ready lo wall on all wno ;.L II O D me wun a cuu. , a. j Hambden, .Vf pt. 30, '59. NEW BOOK BINDERY Its ralnesville. . rpiIK Subscribernpleased to a. to his old 1 rienus ana acquainiances ville and vicinity, that he has again located ell in ralnesville, tor the purpose ot ihe above-named business. He will be elfin ralnesville, for the purpose of cAmmrnM oneraliona the first of next tir BINDERY IN MARSHALL'S BLOCK, Second Floor. T. WHIT RunaitNcas ) Wm.U Perkins. J. P. Beofiold, C. S. Beth Marshall. 8. W. Phelps, L. A. Moode. J. 8. Matthew. Dr. o. Roaa. ford, W. C. Chamber, A. 1. Gilielt, Mora,T. Brooks, Rev. B.Websier.G.JLKsynold. Mw.,leMI. MEDICAL. HOSTETTER'S STOMACHBITTERS Th proprietors and mannftiiTersof IIOS TETTEll'S CELEBRATED StOMACII BIT TERS can appeal with perfectTonfldcnc to physicians and eitixens generally of lbs United States, because the article has attained a repu .ilnn h.ratnfnre unknown. A few facta Upon this point will speak more powerfully than volumes of bar assertion or ulnxoning puuerj. The consumption of Hosteller's Siontach Bit ters for tb last year amount eu 10 over imu million bottles, and from lis manifest steady Increase in times past, it is evident that during th coming year th consumption will reach Bear one millien bottles. This immense amount ould never have been .sold but for the rar medicinal properties contained lu the prepara tion, and th sanction of the most prominent physicians In those 'seclioss of the country wbr the articl is best known, who not only recommend Ihe Bitter to their patients, but r ready at all times to give testimonials to its tflicncy in nil cases of stomachic doruiigcmeuts ..i ,i. iliaAnana raiiltlnff therefrom. This is not temporary popularity, obtained vtrnrts iii the way of Irnm- i.iimr id nualities of the Bitters, but n solid I of and to Co., tnop ine wheie to him self lo slimntion of an iuvaluablo medicine, which Is destined to be as tuduring as linte itself. Hosteller's Stomach Diners hov rroved 4 Godsend to regions wher fever and ague and various other bilious eontplniuts hnve counted their victims by hundreds. To b able to slot confidently that th "Hiltcr" are a certain cur for the Dyspepsia and like diseases, is to Ihe proprietors a aource of tin alloyed plensur. It remove all morbid mntler from th stomach, purities the blood, and Imparts renewed vitality lo the nervous system, giving It lhat lone and energy indispeutnbl for the resloration of bealilir It operates upon ti stomach, liver, and other digestive organs, mildly but powerfully, and soon restores Ihein toacuudilion essential to the healthy discharge nf id ruiictiuiis of nature. Elderly persons may us IhoBitlers daily as per directions on th boltle, nnd Ihey will liud in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted lo comfort .livlininir rears, as it is pleasant lo Ihe palate. invigorating lo lb bowele, excellent as a louio, and rejuvenating generally. We have Ihe evi dence of Ihousniids of nged men nnd women who have xpcrienced the benefit of using this preparation while suffering from stomach do .....mraiinnil rencral debility: acting under the advice of physicians, ihey Imv abandoned all deleterious drugs and fairly tested the fn.rlia of this article. A few words lo lb gentler sei. There are certniu period when tlmir cares are so harassing lhat many of them ink tinder the trial. Tho relation of mother and child is so absorbingly lender, mat in tnolher, especially if she bo young, is apt forget her own health in her extreme anxiety for Iter iufnnt. Should the period of mnlornily rt-lva dtirlntr Ihe summer season, the wear body and mind is generally nggrnvoled. Hero, tbsn. ia a ncccssitv for a stimulant to recupe- te lbs euerrries of the svsteiu, and enable mother to bear up under her exhausting trials and responsibilities, nursing momerc gene nit nrefor tbe Hitlers to all other invieora.' tore that receive the endorsement of physl alana. becaus it is aereeable lo Ihe taste well as certain to give a permanent increase of bodily strength. All tbnse nersons. to whom w hate particU' lnrlv referred above, lo wll: sufferers rvi nnri affile, causea nv maiariu. umrniwui dysentery, indigestion, loss of appetite, all diseases or derangements of the stomach, superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary 'from ihem limes Silver more de partment old -:.. ah. I nn. n. milinl Will COHSUIL OCUUpULIWU, u uu.D... . . . w . , . their own physical welfure by giving to Celebrated Stomach Hitters a trial. CAUTION. We caution the publio against using any of the many imitations or counter feit, but ask for Hosiktteb's CruniuTiiD Btouacii Ditteus, and see lhat each bottle the word " Dr. J. liostetter's Stomach Bitters" blown on the side of the bottle, and stamped on the metnllio cap covering the cork, observe that our autograph signature ia on label. - Prepared and (old by HOSTETTEE SMITH. Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold, by druggists, trocars, and. dealers generally throughout the United State. South Am lica, and Germany. For Ble by A. COOK, and JOHN MCIIOI.S. in Chardon, and bv Druggist and Dealer generally. Jan. 28, 1859. 472-lyini.oa THE tpteial Vie tretied, Oil eaui,andetftciully Or- A. wiih occupadon, pover and on uupensa- envelopes. postage ACl' South ui 1110 I for Lake atten Fence, fences are niiur Thorn' and bquarc.ncar reasonable 10 will olUtl THE . It ITT. CENTER, Largest HooD.inclu SPHlNGS .if AT Call and 1 am line heretofore wagons shortest and all always win tavor LI IT'" . M17U aaaounee in ralnes him carrying ready carrying on week. NEW A. Ell. Bartletl Porter, 8, P. P. San- Christopher! 4WU I ONLY PREPARATION WORTHY OF Universal Confidence & Patronage FOR. STATESMEN. JUDGES. CLERGYMEN, T.nniMAnd ni-ntlfimsn. in all narts of the testily 10 the eilicacy of Prof. 6. J- Wood' Restoraiivo.and gantlsmsn of th Press are in its praise. A few testimonials only be here given; eeec rculor lor more, and it impossible lor you to aouot. r .1 VI Street. N. Y.. Dec 20lh. Gentlimeh: Your note, of the 1 5 ih inst., been received, saying that you bad heard had beenbenehied by I lie use 01 wooa's nair requesting my certificate ol the if 1 had no objection to give it. I award ii 10 you cheerfully, because I due. My age is about 50 years; the color Imir milium, and inclined lo curl. Home six vears since il becan to turn eray.and the on the crown 01 my neau, 10 lose us and dandrutl lo lorm upon it. fcacliol increased with lime, and lour months sinco a fourth was added lo hair falling oil the top ol my Head, and tna In mtiltn me bald. In this unpleasant predicament, I was to trv Wood's Hair Restorative, mainly to ih (ullimr off of mv hair, lor I had really pectation Hint gray nair couiu ever ue resioreu its nriciinnl color, escuut from dves. I was. vnr. irraativ surDrisca 10 nnu. aucr 1110 iuio batilns only, that not onlv was the arrested, but the color was restored to hairs and sensibility to the scalp, and ceased to lorm on my neau. very inucn graiihcatiun ol my witu, at whose solicitation u. am inimi'fi in 1 r v 11. ror this, among sites many oouzauons 1 ier ex, I strongly recommend all husbands 'finis ins auiniruiiuu ui .ucii wnw, m my example, and use It if growing gray una uaiu. very renpuciiiniy, S BEN. AVLAVENDER. To O.J. Wood At Co., 414 Broadway, N. My family are absent Irom the city, anu no longer at No. 11 Carroll Place. .. ... At- I..I.. nn.u eininsiuu. n .. juiv i'i 1. To Pans. O. J. W00D1 Dear bin Your Restorative" has done my hair so much good 1 mnimetu-ea ine line 01 11. mat 1 wish 10 known to the PUBLIC of it effects upon which or great. A man or woman may be deprivedof hair, and by a resort to your Kostorauve, tne nair win rcmru mora than ever; al least this is my experience. liove it all! Yours truly, vvnt. 11. nt.ric.Lii P. R Ynu eon nu'ulishthe above if vou By nuhlialiinff in our ISoulhern naoera get more patronage scuth. 1 see several certificate in the Mubile JUWury.a strong in paper. W. II. l.ivAw.n t . 1 n rt nr.Tf.11 . 'i'i,; i nuuuE) nam ncoiunai iic Panrtasua O. J. Woodi Dear Sin Having the misfortune to lose the best portion ol ft-nm tlx ftw.tfl of tba vullow lver in leans, in IBM. J was induced to make a your preparation, aud lound It to answer v.tv ihinv needed. Mv hair is now alossy, and no word can express my ' .1.. m... .1 i. - ...... IO VOU III XlVlUtt IW itiiv:icu mil 7 HNLEY Tba Tt ABtnrstive is nut ud in bottles of ... vi InrDf. medium and small: tha . . l : J. II L.-..I.. 1 a pint, ana reuins lor on aouar per mniliiim liolila at east twentr oer cent, proportion than lb small, retails (or two per oolite; Ine large uoiu a quart, lony more in proportion, and retails for 3 n 1 tviMin At. CO. Proorieiors.444 way, New York, and 141 Maiket Bt, Ad'so'ld by all good Druggist and also Uoods tiealers. UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN PATENT AGENCY, W a R.w UrmtKT. ClXVILAKO. W are prepared to transact business description, relating to Invention. Sueeirioation, Pateout, Infrmgemente IM raiaat aw ri , lA.Aiir.n,u qt uuiiwcii 03si SvUOrrUM Of F MEDICAL. 52 to xrrf'x lo of the as from and PILLS. nn. MnHSP. ih inventor of MORSE'S IN DIAN ROOT PILLS, has spent the greater part of hi life in traveling, having visited Europe, Asia ond Africa, as well as worm nmcric scent iliree veers anions the Indian ol our West- ern cooniry il wa in litis way thai the Indian Root Pills were first discovered. Dr. Morse was the first man to estahlih the ract.that all diseases .rt.. (mm IV1PIIII1TY OF THE BLOOD that our strength, health and life depended upon this vital fluid. , , When the various passages become clogge". and do not act in perfeet harmony with the differ ent functions of the body, the blood lose it ac tion, becomes I luck, corrupted ana uiseaseuj inus causing all pains, sickness and distress of every name; our elrengui is cxuausieu, our iiuniui are deprired of, and if nnluro is not assisted in throwing off the stapnant. humors, the blood will become choked onT cease to net, ond thus our nf IIIa will forever be u owo out. now im- . . . .i u l . 1. - portant, tlieu, thai we snouiu cp uio iai u. nnMfltres ol the bodv free and open. And how plooBaii'. to us mat we nave ii in uui wwci fut a medicine in your rcacn, iiomtir, mm". ninn r,.nt PilU innnufnctiired from Plant and Root which grow around the mountainous cutis in Nature's garden, for the health and recovery nr,liuniu.il mnn. One of the root from which these Pills nro made Is a Sudorilic, winch opens he poies ol the skin, and assist Ioiuie in ttirow- ing out the finor parts ol the corruption wiilnn. The sccoiil is a plant which is nn r.xpeciorani itint nnoni nnd unclors the Dassaee to the Lunes, and thus in a soothing manner, performs its duty i.u il.rn.vl.iir nfl'i.lilc.m nnd other humors bv co pious spitting. The third is a Diuretic, which gives ease and dotiblo Strength to the kidneys; thus encouraged, they iJraw large amounts ol im- r. . u 1.1 1 u,?.lnli im (linn llirnwn puriiy iruiii uiwu, ttiuvi. . ... .. Hos tstlsr's has and the all world, Hair unan imous can will be '58. has that I lie torntive.and fact, think it of my five or scalp sensiunny. meseuis agreeabililie about them, by threaten induced arrest no ex 10 how- use 01 fallina: off the gray I dandruff 10 me I owe 10 who uiuii.uj or get- Y lint IfiKn io.'j. "Hair since niaae the hair, nearly ' ilair ueauimn He , like vou will of your Soulli- Kenedy.' .' had my hair, New Or trial of as ine thick and obligations J011NSOM. thro i small hold .U. uuuivt more in dollar per win per bottle firosd. Si. Louis, 1 F ncy ....- Lountifully by the urinary or water passage, and hie!) could not novc ooen cisciiargeo 111 auyoin er way. 1 lie luuriii is a wainaruc, nnu acconipa nies the other properties 01 ire nil white en nm.1l in nnrlfv'mir the blood: the coarser narii cloa of impurity which cannot pass by the other outlus, are thus taken up and conveyed off nrenl quantities oy me dowbis. from 1110 a OOVO, II IB riiuwh mni ai. i"ww Indian Root Pills not only enter the stomach, become united with tho blood, for they find in .vnrv nari. and nnmDletelvroutout ana cleanse the system, frorp all impurity, and the life of body, which iithe bleod.becomea perfectly henl- thv. Annsrinuenl v nil SICKncss ana pain is unveil Irom the ey3tem,ior incy canuui icumiu wucu the body becomes so pure and clear. 1 hn rnfiinn wnv Dconie are so uisireseea wnen sick, and why so many die. is because they n.u net n medicine which will pass to '.ne aitlictea parts, and which will open the natural passages for the disease to be cast out; hence, a large quan- ti' y oftoodand other matter is loitgea, ana stomacn nnu intestines ore iiierany u.riuuwiujt with the cortuptcd mass; thus undergoing formeiuatinn, constantly mixing the blood, which throws the corrupt matter every vein ond artery, until lifo is taken from body by disease. Dr. Morse's PILLS have to themselves victory upon victory, by restoring millions of the sick 10 blooming health and piness. Yes. thousands who have been racneu tormented with sickness, pain and anuisli, whose feeble frames have been scorched by burning element of raging fever, and who lieen brought, as it were, within a stop of the grove, now aland ready to testify that would have been nunmerca ' nn tne unnu. nau not been for this great one .wonderful Medicine Morse's Indian Root Pills. Aftir one or two bnd been taken, thev wers aatonishdd and solutely surprised, in witnessing their charming effects. Not only do they give immediato ml .lrKnot i. nnd take awav all SICKncss, and anguish, Bill they ol once go to worn m fnn ml n linn nf the disease, which is the blood. Therefore, il will be shown, especially oy who use these Pill, that they will so cleanse n..Piru tlmt .liujiniin tlmt daillv Bflemv will n: !.. I .1.. A...U f n.,il. .nlu.itlu lis lligtti, nnu iiiw iiiiaii m j "i .'" m. again return, and the prospect of a lung and lit will ..Imrltih nnd brirrhten Your dav. Caution. liewore ol an imitation with words "Ex'ra a'iBiiature A. J. Whitx sc. Co.," printed across the upper part of the vignette the wrapper, ah genuine novo uui ma ot"A. J; Whit . Ca," which ia at tnmnftli. wr.niMr. Persons dealins in ihe talion article will be dealt with according to 11.' L. JUUsuw St, cu., Boierropneior, No. 50 Leonard Street, New Dr. Morse's Ind in Hoot Pill are A. COOK, Chardon, Ohio; Johnson 4c Burton i John M. Mnyhaw, Auburn ; Malhew, Newbury ; R P. Burnett, Russell; M. Treat, Bainbridge ; C. S. Field, East and all dealer in Medicine. Anntawnntrd in averv town, villa? end let in the land. Parties desiring th agency .ildreu nliove lor tarms. Price 2S cents per box; five boxes will be on receipt of $1, postage paid. SANFORD'3 Liver Invigrorator -sr NEVER DEBILITATES. It is compounded entirely free FROM GUMS.and ha become an r,.t n Kmnrinrd Medicine, known and by all who have used it, and is now resorted wnti connuence in an ine aiscasc ior nun .anAmm.nitnil. i hna ciirnd thousana9:X within tne lasi x who had given up all p hopes of relief, numerous, unsouciieu r- ceriiucaien iu mj .l.A. C7BIIIII M.'n. . Ut . . 1 T he dose must pc aoapieu to in ament of the individual such quantities a to aci i.ei ins uiciuien ui von in lb us ol ihe A lull, nna i win nlaints. miious At tb route lllnrrhoeu, Dvsentery. Dropsy hiiual Costivoness, Choi era Morbus, tViuf ulence. J a u n- iipsses, and may be! 3 lakimi it. and 5'gently on the juugmeiii vour LIVKIt ly .cure Liver lack. Dysvrpsin, Kiinnncr Sour Stomnch, C ho lie , thnlemlu ilice.r eniale Insed successfully ORDINARY FAMILY MEDICINE. cureSiCK HEADACHE, (us thousand IN TWENTY MINUTES, IF TWO THREE TEASPOONFULLb ARE itnck. All who tiH it are giving their testimony nr-Mix water in the mouth with TOR. aud s allow both together. Trice One Dollar per Bottle. s aTf'orivs Family Catharlic Pills, COMPOUNDED FROM Part Vegetable Extract: and put up in Canee, Air Tight, aud will eerp in anf Th. FAMILY CATHARTIC PILL is tie but estiva Cathartic, which ihe Proprietor used in hi practice lor more man twenty The constantly in thote who have !ong . salislaction which a I li their uo, has induced! iu the reach of all. m The Prolession wen - Cathartics act on ditlur-l la. The FAMILY C A-" has, wiih due reference1, fact, been compounded X purest Vegetable Ei' on exery pari nf the al- are GOOD ana OAtr.. Cathnrtic is needed, and MEN 1 8 Or IHtiV tcreasina demand used iho rii.La.and express in ine lo place Uiem know lhat ent portion of THARTIC m this well :from a variety r.. t. which imentary canal, i u all cases ;.M. (STOMACH, PATNS IN THE BACK nd M'X .ir lINlnO. rlllio ..... CtlS UVLIMl.. B, r A , -dHn OVER THIS WUUA.B. J , ' I : . l I .....nil. ti ti.. v..w. ... WIllBU llH" -'.- -a U A OaiO. of every Drawings, Ca vuts, and . ATurt. . . T. . 1 1 II 1 1 r.i - . ii v m iir Arrr. Muritp row. wum w - y-- T- THE BODY. R ESTLESSN ESS, HE A or WEIGHT IN THE HEAD, all iv: Wnrms in i .nixiiron or Auuiti. matUm. e groat Purifier of th Blood, disease to which flush ia heir, too mention la im oiiverusemeui. io t evjt.rw'L. . V ius inuinnralnr riA FBfflHf tie Pill are reiailedliy Prugglsis old whofeeole by th Trade in all th large ' T, W.SAN FORD, M. Manufacturer nu i y 83S Brodwy, New vm t II t. .u . l.Mt . Wto W ILK INS & MEDICAL. Blood Purifier and Blood Ms. 1 i L iw nut PHARMACY. DR, RODAOK'O Scandinavian Remedies it ip but way the do trie disa grocnblo with thro1 the added hap ur and the have si lent they 11 do ui ab ease pain me uiose and take will ..... happy ihe on pikum ture thelxit imi law, York. sold by Tuttle, Anson A, Claridon: ham will sent Pity! WHEN DR. ItODACK, the celebrate Swedish Physician, introdnced his Blood Purifier and Blood Pill in the United State, he et forth in plain language their curative proper tie. This was year ago. The task of recom mending them has since been fa' out oj kit hand. Enlicliteiied men whose character for sound judg ment and philosophy, give their opinion weight in the community, men who onscrve, reneet, ana make "assurance doubly sure" before they decide are everywhere approving ana urging tne use or these wonderlul preparations. All who confide ia the wisdom nnd honesiyof this class, or who chose to investigate for themselves are now of one ind on this important sunject. Dr. Uoback invites the attention oi tne sick to tue- OHIOINATj letters. Irom member of ihe medical profession, editors ef public journals, well-known mcrchanls and Farm- m era, and Ladies of the highest respectability, giving; account ol extrnoruinnry cures wrougm vj wm remedies, of winch curea ihey themselves were RYE WITNESSES. These parties may be consulted personolly or f letter, by those who have try doubt upon th sub ject. Tne evidence in the possession of Dr. Ro.- back, which lfrstan nines accessiuie 10 iue puuiK establishes the following FACTS; That the TitooD Pi RiriER and Blood Piue ksv been proved by analysis lo Contain do Mineral That they cure the almost universal complaint, DYSPEPSIA ' with unerring certainty, and in a very short times That after all other medicines have proved useless, thoy relieve Liver Complaint, , and restore the health and strength of the sufleres. That SICK FEMALES. who have languished for year In helpless weak nesa and despondency, recuperate with great rapidity under iheir invigorating operation. Thai all sexual disabilities are removed by their cordial and gently stimulating propertics.Thal they recruit Shuttered Constitutions, however they may have been trifled with tr4 abused ; that their direct tendency is to lengthen life, and render it enjoyable, That,opcrating direct ly upon the poison diieatt in the bleed, they Cnnse soon to Ileal, and discharge from tho system, every taint of Scro fula, whether hereditary or otherwise. That the Kccrnit the Debilitated, " ' and lhat there is no disease of the Stomach sal Bowels, the Liver, the Nervous System, the Skin, Glands or Muscles, in which they do not give firomni rtlirf. and. if administered before th verv citadel of lite has been invaded, effect puin( and perfect cure. Boar in mind that the SCANDINAVIAN VEGETABLE BLOOD PILLS are endorsed by the experience of thousands of living witnesses, who, in lelters, affidavits, medical works, and by word oi mouth, proclaim them to b the very best nrenaration of the kind ever offered to the broksn- down victims of ill health. They hunt diss through every avenue and organ of the system, na to expei 11 inorougniy nnu pcrmaiicnuy. No one can doubt thuir superiority alter one single trial they are not only bettor but, in fact. cheaper man any oiner rius, tor uiancsa ws number of them to produce a better effect. Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Purl, fier, (1 per bottlo, or i per half dozen. Of the. Scandinvian Vegetable Blood Pills, Si cents pet box. or 5 boxes lor f 1. Read Dr. Roback Special Notice and Certifl. caies, published in a conspicuous part of this Pspel irom lime iu iiiiio. Dr. Uoback medical Almanac and family Adviser, containing a great variety of interesting and vuluable Medical information, can be ha gratis of any of his Agents throughout the country. in aiincuii or compucaicu cases, ur nounce, may be consulted personally or by lettereenclo. g on stamp lor uie repiy. Principal Office and Sale Rooms. No. 6 East Fourth Street, 3d Building from Main Street, Cin cinnati, O. Laboratory in Hammond Street For Sale in Geauga County by A. Cook, Char, don ; i. Smith, Thompson ; GEO.SADi.F,Parkmar. r-t ... . . . , .'II 1 L II 1 I, w . I. arrett, moniviiie ; biiu uy isruggisis en merchants generally luruuguuui uie uiuoii. flrtoy iu.ioos. oo-J7 established ODDroved to years aa the fx. temper. used bovul giii VIGOR Com compliints lltt- Cholera, fnuturn, eHk as on It will can tes tily) OR TAKEN in its INVIGORA' Glaee aimaie a gen. has vears, HEALTH O P AMERICAN WOMEN. From the N. Y. Oaiby New Editorial. We desire to call attention to a letter from Dr. Joshua F. Bridge, on "Health of American Wo men." in another column. He treats th subjest in an able manner, and his skill snd medical juug ment may be relied upon. from the Albany Evening .express. . , Marshall' Uterine Catholicon ho proved to be fully as valuable aa it ia clmmed lo be in many severe tests made by medical gentlemen and other. ur. triage is a regular pnyMcian oi very nil at tainniema, a man of great judgment and discrimis nation, a judicious and highly successful practi tioner, in all diseases, especially tho of wontl nd children. Fiom Phymcinne, Marshall's' Uterine Catholicon will certainly cure all the diseases for which il is recommended. In the worst case I have ever met with, Mar shall's Uterine Catholicon is a certain and safe remedy. MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOLICON Is unhesitatingly offered a a reliable remedy for all those complaint to which every woman i liable, nnd which gradually aflecttlie mind a well a 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 remedy is -.he Falling of the Womb, Whiles, Bunpressed, Irregular or Painful Men struation, Bloating. Inflammations and Diseases of the Kidney or Urinary Organ, Retention or Incontinence ol Urine, llearinurn, uosiivtnes., Nervousness, minings, ralpitaunns. Cramp, Disturbed Moep, and oil troubles, orgoufc or sym pathetic, connected with the uterine 4ftgans. Latiieswno are troumea wun any oi me aoove symptoms, or with spine, liver or lung complaint, are Invited to address Dr. BRIDGE, with lull con fidence that they will find relief. Marshall's Utr- .... . . .1 , ! . l. .... : . . ine iuiiiuiicuii is uui a quacK uiuuiciiio, uui ns. in gredient have been made known to the Medical College, and they ara at the service of any respect able physician in the country. . . . ... ... .... S. . I - I ke price or iuarenati e viertne aineitcn s r , , I, tt CV-. l. Vile uouar ana a uaij ptr omgn jj-jius. from the regard to WHO' different the bow- PILL estaoluhea of the act alike s n d where a DERANGE SLEEP' LOINS, uiDL'Ui.'ue WrsT Bepfoiid, Coshocton Co., My 14, 1SJT. Mr. II. B. Kinesler. Sir. I have been sellinc Ihe medicine of the Graffenberg Company for th Inst ten veers, and have invariably found them ! give good sa'.islaction ; and Ihe pills 1 have cold I a gooa many laiiiiuia as reguiany as uieir iea ins cotfee, and with my trade they become a slspl article. Marshall's Uterine Catholicon is s medi cine thai has done a great amount of good in fa- male diseases, uneiauy i sola io tout m sn hnd rmelved more bene hi from one boltle then she did from a long course of medical treatment by lb moat killul physician. ,,, Your truly, jAnica vAisvii. Jauuary Ut, 1658. MRS. ROBINSON'S CERTIFICATED Vebhom, Trumbull Co-. May 1st, 184S. Ti,', ...n Hies that I have been in verv oool , health for years, and found little or no relief after emp eying a numoer oi pnysicians. iuy uueesa . yrae rruiuuBis u.vi.. . n u wii ir.u.cu . u end Flouror Albus until I had become ulcerated lei a considerable extent. By tne aavice ol ut. u. W. Bushnell 1 procured and look six bottle 01 Marshall' Uterine Catholicon which enabled me lo attend to my husband in hi last sickness uadl t he Qteu. wnicn was aooui a year since. - a taken inree boltle since his death, which ha m4 ; me able to labor and support my fomily of three, children. The Catholicon haa nearly restored at to health. It is Ihe only thing mat oaa cuugaiea ....nL..'i.'L.e .old nu ...fT-rln. fnr whirh I fell verv crateful. . ,-' - MARY E. ROB1NSOJI. " i - PDFT1TP . T 1 'I' I.. . I ill r.. t - . D ACHE, Inflammatory iueu i and other numerou tol u a. Cfellur generaily.and town. B., "''", York. jyi KELI.EY, TOR SALE UT A- Cook, Chardon. r n t1 m.IMi " j. Mr. 1 i u.i, vi.nuvm J. E. Williarns. Parkman. ' : II. L. Bishop i Sod, Midd!efteht' . D. 0. Kellogg, Muoson. ... llonry Cumuirngs, Itusiell. ' tymao & Scott, Mulberry Cornera, 1 llorrlck & Oainos, Nowbury. ; Tew fc Butt. Rapids. , . And by Medicine Dealers genoraMy, tbft out (be State. H. B. KlSraSLET, CleTilaoJ.' Ageut for Ohio,' March 18,1850. i7V-4a