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The Election. Al the election iu litis village, on Mon day, the following Township nnd Corpo ration Officers wera chosen ! Toumship Officert Trw-tot-i, riiinea, Cliase, E.N. Osborn, D. Warner, Jr.; Clerk, Elim Avery ; Treasurer, Alpl.eus Cook j Assessor, E. V. Canfield ; Con tables, L. D. Pease, N. II. Taiks, L. D. Camr; Ju,iicoof (he 1W, Samuel Maguuigal. Corporation Offcen.Mttjor, Wm. N, Keeoy ; Trustees, C. L. Cantield, C. W. Macsell, K. V. Cnnfiold, John Murroy.2.1., H. N. Spencer ; Recorder, L. C. Lndlow. The vote on the question of erecting a Town Hall, stood : For a Town Hall, 147 Against, no Majority, 7 The Town Hall. people of Chardon have voted in favor of a Town Hall, we suppose il is now decided that wo are to have one. We believe the. strong opposition it re ceived, proceeded from no factious spirit, and that, when built and its advantages fully realized, it will give universal satis faction. Many voted aninst a Town Hall, be cause they feared it would greatly increase taxation. Dut this is not necessary. A Town Hall that shall be alike aconvenience and an ornament to the village, may be erected for a comparatively trifling ex pense, and we are conBdent the newly elected Trustees will favor no other. Such a Hall as is required in this village, would be commodious, but not expensive. The idea suggested by some, and which may have occasioned a part of the opposition, of finishing off a portion of the building into small rooms for Township offices, we presume will be re jected as a needless source of expense. As Township officers devote but a small portion of their lime to official duties.such rooms would only increase the expense of the building, without making it, in any respect, more useful for the purpose for which it is to be erected, viz., the holding of elections and pubiio meetings of all kinds. Possibly, the idea was never se riously entertained. We congratulate our fellow-citizens on the prospect that they are not always to Buffer the Inconvenience of having no Town Hall. fiT-Oar Representative, Hon. Teter Hitchcock, Is winning a wido and enviable reputation. The Peinosville Pretrand Ad ver titer justly says of him : Pkteb Hitchcock of Geauors. Is one of the most industrious business menibors of tbo Ohio House of Representatives, and bis modesty of bearing, and common sense ' views, rondor Dim a gonoral favorite of tbo . llouso. He bas recently made a speoch on the bill to prevent giving aid lo fugitive elavos. It has boon printed in pamphlet form, and Is deserving of a wido circula tion. ttW Wm. N. Keeny, Esq., has been appointed to read the Leading Articlo at . the next meeting ol the Literary Society. lira. Nichols' Sohool. The Spring Term of Mrs. Nichols' So leet School for Young Ladies, will com mence on Wednesday, April 3d, aud contin ue twelve wooks. Terms as usual. .. Gfaardon, March 27th, 1861. School Examiners Notice. The Board of School Examiners of Geauga County will hold their next meeting, on Saturday, the 6th of April, 1861, al Cbardon. The hour Is 10 o'clock A. M. J. O. WORRALLO, Clerk. MARRIED. At Chase's Hotel in Chardon, March 25th, t J. Niohols, Esq .Mr.ORRIN KTAN6ELL, ana Miss LUKlfiN A JJUWNlNU.or Munson, DIED. of her son, Hull Bradly.P AUNAL BRADLY, aeee 05 years and two days. The deceased was born in the town of Surry, Mass., in tho year 1766, where she resided till theo1ose of tbo Revolutionary atrugglo, in which ber future husband bore part. She was married in 1782, and with her husband moved to the State of Vermont, from wbenco they omigratod to Ohio, in tho year 1806. The Reserve was then but a wilderooss, and neighbors were considered near at the distanoe of miles away. Bho aaw tho red man and bis forosts gradually rocsdo before the steady progress of tbo early sottlers, witnoising the planting of tho oarly settlements, and she lived to see tboir rise, progress and prosperity for the long term of 63 years; having survivod her husband 21 years, and outlived all her chil dren but one. Although sbo may have boon said to have outlived the period of hor active, laboring usofulne&s, still, by the means of a ponsion which she received from Govern ment, the was able to do mauy bountiful acts of charity, which will" long bo reroom bored by the gratoful recipients. Tho orphan and the bolploss In distross always found a friend and protoctross in Aunt Bradly, as she was affectionately called. Though many of tbe rocipients of bor bounty have preeodod ber to tho other world, still euougb are loft who well re member ber at tbe bedside of tbe sick, and as one into whoso hand tbo oaro of the or phan was naturally cast for comfort and protection. Sbo died peacefully of old ago, and nnw sloops with ber busband and ohil- H. L. B. LIST OF LETTERS LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post-Office at Chardon, Ohio, April 1st, 1861. Baldwin, Samuel Hungerford, Mrs. Adolaid Boules.john Paine, George E Beardslee.Mrs.Ellen M.Phister, M Clark, Mrs. Martha Pike.Miaa Rutins 3 Curtis Mra. Cornelia Croflbrd, Betsy Cowles, li R Cav. Wm Cook, Pliney Earnest, Frank Gardner, N B Hart. Alias Lucy Ktchinond, riuraen Kowe, J no L Smith, II M. Smith T C htacey, Joseph Trask, Miss Lucinda Thompson, J R Tucker, John Woodord.NC Hoyden, France Whitney, J V Persons calling for aty of the abovs tatters will please say "AdverUud. ' R. BOURN, Post Master, Chardod, April 5th, 1861. COMMERCIAL. Chardon Market—Retail Price Current. Reported expressly for the JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT, Reported expressly for the JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT, by Messrs WILKINS & KELLEY, Chardon.] But ft: Good Koll -''" null sip)lf4 Ir lb. 1SS pel lb. 14 to 17 par lb. ViH to It pur Hi. 1) per lb. 'i In 11 per lb. 16 lo IS pet bil It pel huthol pcrdozaa ' 8 per bar i oo per barrel 50 per bund 75 6 00 per lb CK lo liX per lb. 6M S barrel ttl) 00 to $r no per lb. 6.'. X bnrrnl $4 62 K nor lb. P. 10 Cuirts ido Leguoyra , Ct'aKNi!)--r,nr?li.h. Ul!tni.ss Tallow-.-. Stfiarini! Corn In Ear Hhrllcd Euus ,, IV i'R Superllue- Extra Double Extra ... While Wheat-. Fisu t)iy Cod White. White Trnul Trout Mackerel Hv per ton & so to f C oo Poui.Tnv Chickens dressed .. per !b. 0,6 1 urkrj'n dressed por lb. vats per bushel 2 Oits Lard (white strained) ....pit gallon 1 25 k'lisw', pergallon KOtoM), Coo I Oil jicr gal .. G i to SO RicE-I'ritite lb. c.V to 7 hUtsiNS per lb. 12). ;yo' per lb. ' 1SX Raisins per box 3 00 to 3 25 M-Ft'r--OuloVn pergallon 75 (.olden Extra r gallon 75 molasses He (.Cleans- .... per gallon 50 Suoar--Crushed per lb. 12 12 Pulverized Coffoe (white) Coffee (yellow) ... Brown Soap Chemical (bar). Transparent (bar) Yellow Castile Toilet ban Tai.uiw Salt, bid. Rock Do. sack per lb. per lb. 1 1 to per lb. 10 per lb 8 to 10 10 10 per lb. 7 lo 8 per lb. 25 12X per lb. 10 1 2 00 17c to 20c Reported expressly for the JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT, by Messrs WILKINS & KELLEY, Chardon.] SPECIAL NOTICES. Blood Food! Wood Pood! Blood Food! To all suffering from Consumption, Incipient or conlirmed.or from debility of any kind; or from mental or nervous prostration, brought on by any cause; or from scrofulous complaints: or from diseases of the kidneys or bladder; and to ladies suffering any of the many distressing conip'nints to which their sex is liable, and which engender Consumption, the BLOOD FOOD is offered as a certain and reliable remedy. Dif fering in every particular from the patent medi cines or the day. it is a chemical combination of IKON, SULPHUR AND riiOSPHUKUS, of yery great worth, and many hundreds bear glad and graioful testimony to the bonefus it has conferred upon thorn. C. T. DUl'ONT, 409 Broadway, New York, is the sole proprietor of the article, and has, iu consequence of a fraud attempted upon the pub lie, changed the color ol the outsido wroppor from red to yellow, and increased tho sizo of the bottle to 8 ounces. Be very cautious in buying, to see mm uiu iac simne oi nis signature is on tne out side of the wrnnner. as all others are eniinifrf.it In conseatience of the large demand for thi nr. tide, the following diuegists have ail ordered ami received supplies ol Ilia new kind.vizi Lee, Sisson & Co.. J . M B. McNary & Co., Georce Buck, Talcott Brothers, and J u. iiautDun. 681m -. r. .i i . . The Great French Remedy. Madam Boivln's Celebrated Si.rer-Coa.ed FEMALE PILLS. tPIIE only certain and safe Remedy for all U Uterine Obstruciions.Monthly Dillicullion, Ir regularities, and all other diseasos to which the woman, wife and mother, is peculiarly liable. These Pills contain no deleterious ingredients, u. ui buio auu cenuip in meir action, i ney will be found to exert the happiest effect in all cnxos of Prolapsus Uteri, in Leucorrhea or the Whiles; Iher will be found the essiest and most certain cure that can be found. It is on account oi tins certainty that they should not ba taken by Pregnant Females, (during tie firtti mmlh$, at mitcarriagt it certain to be brought on,) but ut other periods their use is perfectly snfe. For sale ny A. lOOK, Chardon; l. d ticld, Kast Claridon, C. P. Treat. Claridon: R. Thnn infuin. I liinlul)iii.fv N. B One dollar and three poatage aiamps suliuicu io any autnorizea agent, win ensure a pacnage oi pins Dy return mail. C. CROSBY, General Aeent. UufTalo. N. Y. Caution. Beware of Counterfoils; the genuine have the eijnaturo of C. Crotby on the outside wrapper. 3Mmb JCJIatliMvi' Venetian Liquid Hair Dye Acknowledged bv all to be the ni uui ultra. Cheapest ill the world. Kosily arplied; weiks to a cnarm. rroauce any shade lhat may be de sired. Restores erav hair to its original colur does not dry or scotch the hair; produces a per manent color one that will neither fade, crock, or wasn out. Been in use tor nlteen veers. Al ways gives complete satisfaction. (tJ-Kemem ber! the best, as well as tha cneapeau For sale Dy all tiruggisis. Prepared only by A. I. MAT1IF.WS, 84tf Druggist, Buffalo. Dr. C. W. Robaxk's Scandinavian Rem euikb. Tbe celebrated Scandinavian Rom odies, pioparod by Dr. 0. W. Roback, of cinciUDali, v., aru now attracting consider able attontion, not only among tboso por sons who are tifliictod with Rheumatism and gonoral nervous dorangomont, but among tho faculty. Tbe following certificate, from ono of the oldest as well as ono of the most prominent citizons of Mississippi, speaks for itself. Au Orleans True Delta. April 2. E.vrBitrniSK, Miss , Nov. 18, 1857. Dr. 0. W. Rodack, Cincinnati, O Dear Sir: I am now about 83 years of agd, and have been afflicted with Rboumatism and gonoral norvous derangement, with excessive debility, for tho last 65 or 56 years, and .have used almost every kind of patent modi cino, from which I have dorivod no bone fit ; also, have tried a great many physicians, but all to no purpose. I now fuel thankful I have at length obtained a medicine which bas given me relief. I have purchased two bottles of your Scandinavian Blood l'urifier. and two boxes of your Pills, of Mossrs, HowzB & HaiidaVay, which I have used. They have givoo me almost entire relief. My limbs and veins have bneu greatly swollen, but your medicine has roducod thorn to their proper S'zn. Very respectfully yours, Wm. R Kino. 8oo advortisomont 686w4 Important to Fcnnii, DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS, Prepared by Cornelius L. Ohesseman, M. D., NEW V0RI CITV. The combination of ingredients in these Pills re the result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in llieir operation, and certain in correcting all irreguluritiea. Painful Menstrua tions, removing all obstructions, whether Irom cold or otherwise, headuche, pain in the aide, pal pitation of tho heart, whites, all nervous affec tions, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and limbs, tkc, disturbed sleop, which arises from ia terruuiiou of nature. TO MARRIED LADIES, Dr. Cheeseman's Pills are invaluable, as they will bring on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have been disappointed in Ihe use of other Pills can place the utmost confidence in Dr. Cheeseman's Pills doing all that llioy represent to do. NOTICE. Tktrt ii ens condition of thtftmaU ly.Uem in which tht Pillt cannot betaken viithoutvruduciim a PECUUAK RESULT. Tht condition re ferred to it rHEU NANCY the rttult, MIS CARRIAGE. Such it the irreeittiblt tendency of the medicine to rettore the temal fuuetiont to a normal condition, that even the reproductive potter of nature eau not ret ut it. vvarrantsapureiy vegion;e,ana ires from any thing injurious. Explicit directions, which should be read, accompany each box. Price fl. Bent by mail on enclosing tl to Dr. Cohjiklius L. CHrESUun, Box 4,531, Post Office, N. Y. City. Bold ay one Dsuooist in xvexx town in the UNITES STATES. It. B. HI TC HINfiS, General Agentfor the United Stoles. No. 14 Broadway N. Y.. To whom all Wholetale oritrt thouldbe addretted. foriuis V4. Coot, Druggut, Chardon, Ohm, 630y MERCANTILE. Tell, toll, 0 TELL, What the latent news fiom WosMugtonf :h3 Jt-i :tr. All your TKilghlnim, that at I.. J. Kamlnll's Is the place lo buy your Goods. Tell, Toll, O TELL, A 1,1. your connections tar nnd near, to go to Randall's to buy your n ca j uto tsa Tell, TELL, 0 TELL All your friends to go to" ItuiiduW's nnd buy your tionils, lor he will self vou clionp for Jttndy 1'uy. Fathers & JNlothcrs, TELL ALL YOUR sons nnd daughters lo go to Ran dalPs, wheru ynu can get your CooUs cheap for Brothers & Sisters, TELL Tefl.O Toll your lathors and mothers to go to Ran dall's and see bis Uooda, before you buy elsewnere. Tell, TELL, 0 TELL You can buy Goods al KamUIPs cheaper than you have ever bought them before since the days of Noah's Flood Tell, Tell, O TELL That Randall keeps AW ol Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Alc TELL, TELL, O TELL That Randall keeps the nest arm Largest As sortment of Goods that was ever offered for sale nder tlieNew Admin isirutlon. TELL, TELL, O TELL That Randall is selling forlti:AI)Y PAY, end to good and prompt buyers who pay as they agree. lell, Tell, O TELL, The way to save money la, to 1 AY as vou go along, and BUY your . uoous at Kandall s. Tell, Tell, O TELL That Randall will take yoarCheese, Butter, Eggs, VVonl.Pelts.Deacon-ekiiis, Tsllow.oud all kiuda of -produce, and pay in Goods or CASH. TELL, TELL, 0 TELL That Randall has juat opened a mew t iom Ins Store, ai.d filled it from cellar fo garret with Cloths, Veatings. Furnishing Goods aud 1 rimmings. TELL, TELL, 0 TELL That Randall's Tailor will cut St, make tip Cloth ing, or cm to Order on tha Shortest Notice ,in the La test btylee, and Warran ted to Tit or No SALE. TELL, TELL, 0 TELL Young and old to go to go lo Randall's ft buy inetr wcuaing suit. TELL TELL. 0 TELL Ye to go to Randall's for your Hal, Caps, Boots 4 Shoes. Tell, Tell, O TELL, Ye go to Randall's to buy your Dress Goods and 1'rlmminora fnr tnera you cau get them CHEAP. Jell, THJLXjn O Tell Togo to Randall's to byo ' your Groceries, TELL, Tell, 0 TELL Ye to go to Randall's lo buy your Iron, Nails 6l all kinds ol llardwara. Tell, Tell, O-o-o T-c-ll That we all must go to RANDALL'S to buy our Goods FOR lit hut them on hand and they MUST it SOLD. TELL. TELL, O 1-c-l-l All ye farmers, tbat Ran dall wants a little of thai " MONEY for his CHEAP GOODS that he haa been paying you for your Cat tle, Sheep, Wool, Pelts, Butter, Cheese, Call -skins and Tallow. Tell, tell, O-o t'C-hl That Randall will have his New Goods in lima for the Spring and Sum mer Trade. UTTcll .Tell O tellji That RANDALL'S is ihe FIRST STORE North e CHASE'S HOTEL. Chsrdon.'April ii, 1861. 86tf LEGAL. Master Coiiiiulsaioncr'a Sale. IN otierlli-nce to tlis commands of an Order of Fsle, IssumI from tho Oflire of the Clerk of the Court nl Common Pics of Crsuga County, Oliio, at tho Mtiri-h 'Perm thereof, A. T. 1861, nhi.Ti in trills l.oylonl.Wr , is plninnll, and Jn. M. 1'm'rr and nthrrs dsA'tidants, lo me ditectej find dnt!redl rmv cauWd to be approlod. and shall epo (or stile at Public Auction, at tha door of the Court llouso In lite village ol Chardon, On Wedneiday, the lit day of May. D, INlil, between die hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 n'clm k P. M. of aaid day. lh following de srriliul Inndsand lenenients, lo wilt "Hi'.unlo in the Townnhin of Hurion in said Cou'nlv of (io- ntign, and known by being art f Lot No. thirty one, and bounded ns follows: llrginning al the south-cast comer ofsuid I. 'It In the center of tlio east and west renter roadthencp north on the rsst line ol said Lot Iwsuty-one cliainsj lo Ihe Mil Pond; thence noHi 'JO dn:ree', Weil four chains nntl nvcnty tivo links along tho margin of said Mill Pond; thence north y degrees! west ilnon chain along said Mill Pond; thence west six t'h.iins; thence south 21 chains U8 link: thence rotitlt dcurcus, east eight chains to the sooth line of said l-oi: ihenco east on Ihe south line ol said Lot; thence Itlcbaina 31 links to the ploco of beginning, containing sixty-four and sixty six one-huntlredihs acres o( land exccmlns and risrrving iwrnly-five acres on Ihe west sido of siuil piece ol In nil contracted by Thos. Metcalf lo ticMjnin in .Mot ton -I'ti ihe s.tino more or less, but suhii'Ct to all IriziW hi jhwavn." 'I hu K.iitl liimls sud tijiemei.la are appraised at pv. ir.it.uniir n.Ai.r. lati in band. ALFRED PHELPS. Jr., Master C.m'r. Chardon, Mure It Mill, lyul. inivti TN obedience to the requirements of a Vend. JL Ex. Ordor of Salo. issued out of the Office of the Clerk ol the Court of Common Pleaa ol Ceau gn County, in tits State of Ohio, wherein Truman Hill ispluintiir and Selll M. linker isilefctidant, to mo directed and delivered. I shall otT.ir for sale al public auction, al the door of the Court House, in L iiurunn in sanl County, O-i Monday. Ihe iind day of Jlpril, 1801 at llie hour of 2 o'clock of said dsv. the (olow ing described real eatate, to wilt Situate in the lownsmp ol ftloiiiviite in trio Kinte ol Ulito, and which is also in the County of Geauga, and is known by being a part of lot No. 3, nnd is bounded as loitows: Ueuinniuu; al iho north-west corner ol S. G. .Stetson's land: thence smith on the said Stetson's line to ihe south line of S. M. Baker's laud; thence west far enouch to make forty two acres; thence north parallel wt'.h the east line to the center of the highway; thence cast to the place ol beginning, containing forty-two acres of lana. Aso one other piece of land, it being a part of lot No Sin Muntvillu lownship.nnd bounded as follows: lieciuniiia where the Plank Road crosses tho north line of the townshin: thence easton the said north line to the line ol lands of Oliver Uasquin; thence south on Ihe said Bns qilin's line lo the center of the Plank Road; thence north-westerly along the center of said Plank Road to the place of beuinninii, ettuposcd to contuin live acres and olio-half of Tund, bo the same more or less, but subject to all legal highways. Said niece first sliriVH deftcrllwrl nnitrniu.il ntcltoil Said piere last above desctibed appraised al $75. TERMS OF SALE Cash in hand. E. G WHITE. SherilT. Sheriff's Office. Geauga Co., March 122nd, 18bl. I T84w5 LEOAL NOTICE. A LMON JJlXSON, a resident of tho State of f California, will take nonce that a Petition was fled by lili Dixson against him and others, on the 6th day of Ecbruory, 1861, in the Court of Common Plena within and for the County ol Ge auga in the Slate of Ohio, and) is now pending wherein said Ei'Dixson demands partition of the toiiowitiff real estate, lo wit: Mtuatein Iho Town ship ol Huntsburir in said Counlv. beins the west partof Lot No. C'i in said Township, and all of saia ;ot except about titty acres hcrololuro con veyed to N. Marble, and bounded on the north, joulli and west bv lot lines, and east bv tha west line of the aforesaid iifty acres, and supposed to contain eighty-seven actes and sixiy eighl rods oi isnu. Also part of lot No. 61 In said Township, and bounded ae follows, to wilt Bt uinning at the n-w corner of said Lot, thence south along the west line of aaid Lot to the n-w corner of land owned by Eli Dixson; thence east along ihe north line of earn i.n uixson's land, lo tne s-w corner ol land owned bv L. C. BiL'elow: ibence north on the w. line of said Bigelow'a land to the n-w coiner of same; ineiice east on said uigeiows norm lino to ihe east line of said lot; tiietico north to the n. e. corner of said Lot; thence west on said lot line to the place of beginning, containing forty-four arm one-tourtn acres ol lana ana that at Hie next lerm of sold Court Uie aaia Eli Dixson will apply for on order that partition muy be made of sara premifce. THRASHER, DURFEEt HATHAWAY, Att'ys for Petitioner. March 29, 18CI. !65w4 SHERIFF'S SALE. D Y virtue of an Al. Ei. Fa. Execution, issued out of the Ollice of the Clerk of the Court nf lommnn rleasol Geauga County, in the Slate of Ohio, wherein Truman Bill is plaintiff and Seth m. unner is aetendant, to me ill reeled and deliv ered, 1 have levied upon, and caused to be ap praised, and shall oiler for sale at public venatie. at tne ooor oi tne uourt-llouse in Chardon in said County, on Tucxdnv. the aoih iluv nl April, A, D 1861, al 10 o'clock of said day, the following described premises: Situate in the town ship ol tlaintiden, anil is known by being a part of lot No. 1, Parker Tract, aud bounded of follows. town: ueginninz at tho north-east corner ot land formerly ownedliy Abram Clark in the center of the Chardon and Thompson road on the town ship line; ihence south ou the township line to ihe south-east corner, forty-four rods and 5 feet; thence westerly fourteen rods and seven Cent to a point aevon feet south from a spring on the premises; thence south-westerly lo a stake and stones twenty rods, to the south-west corner; induce northerly on tne west lino twenty -one rods to the center nf the Thompson road; ihence north-eaeterlv with the center of said road r.irtv. eight rods, to the place of beginning, containing six acres ana one nunureu ana lorty-ihree rods of land be the some mora or less, but subject lo all legal highways. Said premises appraised at sij. 1 EltfllS Vt SALE Cash in hand. t m E- WHITE, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, Geauga Co., I March 29th, A. D. 18C1. ( 585w5 Admlnieli'iitnr'a Kni. IN pursuanco 0f an order granted by tho Pro bale t Tuiri nl exam ('.nnniu ri,L. l .,c i.-. uiue at puonc auction, on the 87 in day of of tita Court House, the following described real estate; Forty acres oi land taken from the north nm L. A. I J . IBIll.Sl I ll'l- tU-U K M I tmriiin. endol LolIo. 31, in Tract No. 2 in Chardon Township, Geauga County, Ohio, and bounded as follows: East, west and north bv ihe linr-a of ssirl Lot No. 31, and south by the north line of iho tract oi nny-ona ucres.hcretolore sold lo Zadock Benton, from the south end of aaid lot. TERMS OF SALE Ouo-third in hand one. third in one your and the residue in two years Hum .no uny hi ante, wiui annual interest, j ne payments to be secured bv morlsace nnon the premises sold. ausjxn uaivmllu, Administrator of Charles C. Mathews, deceased. Chardon, Murch 2'Jth, 1861. 685w4 Administrator'a 8nln. IN pursuance of an Order granted by the Pro bale Court olGeauirn Couutv. Ohio. I wil of fer lor sole ot public auction, on the Both iluv of April, A. D. 1861, at 10 o'clock A. M., upon the premises, tho lollowing described real estatei The whole of lot 72. in the townshin nf Hunts- burg in suid County of Gsauga; bounded north oy 101 ivo. ov; east tiy lot 71; south by lot IVo. 69; and went by lot No 73; containing about 13 acres of land Doing commonly known as the J. S Wrielll farm Said land ounraised at 'ri!5. TERMS OF SALE One-fourlli in hand.' in one year, and H in two yeara from lha day of sale, with annual interest. The Davniants lo be secured by mortgage upon Ihe premises sold. AUSTIN CANFIELD, Adrur of J. S. Wright, deceased. Chardon, March 2Jud, 1861. 584w4 NOTICE IS hereby given, thai a Tax of One Mill on cauh One Dollar Valuation on Keai and Per sonal Properly, wasassossud by the Ciminission ersoi Geauga County, etlht-ir March Session for 1861, for road purposes and that said Tax may be discharged by labor on the roads, under the direction of the proper supervisors of tha several road districts in said County, at the rate of one Dollar per day. C. C. FIELD, County Auditor. Chardon, March SUth, 1801. 5dMf SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY con stantly on hand, by 577if W1LKINS i- KELLEY. T3LEASEcallandgeta COAL-OIL LAMP 1 and have it warranted, at M7tf WILKINSSr KELLEVS. A Choice Selection of WALL PAPER of ev ery style sud pattern, for sale very casus, a 82tf AVERS & MURllAY LEGAL. MIEIflt'r'S sam:. N obedionce to tho command nf a plu Ordor of Balo, which issued from tho I oinoo of tho Clork of Iho Court of Common Picas of Uoauga County In tbo State of Ohio, whtiroin lMvid Fronch and Loonard Ki'oth aro plainlifTs, nnd John Biddall, Botijamin Kobttrts and Tiiomai Fullorartf dofondants, ant! dutoil thn 18th day of March, A. L. lobt, to mo directed and dolivorcd. I cava cuuod to be appraisotl, and shall ofTor for salo at pubiio auction, at tho door of ihe Court llouso, in tlio town of Cbardon In snid County, On Monday, the (Ilk day of May, A. D. 1881, at 1 o'clock V. M. ot said dav. tho following described premises, to wit: Pari of sub-lot four, lot fl, tr'aot ono, in tho Township of luimon in mo county nt uoauga and Htato of Ohio, and bounded as follows. Com monoinz on tbo lino of land now owned bv James Fullar, anil at a point above five rods south-wost from tlio south-west corner of iho unst Mill on tho premises borein do scribed thonco south-east twenty-four rods; Id once north twonty rods ( ibonco wost twenty-four rods thonco south twonty rods, to Iho plnco of beginning; containing throo acres of land, being tho land survoyod by Anson Dartlutt; also thn nthor rights con noctcd with said land and Mill conveyed by Thomas Fuller to said John Biddrtll and Bunjntnin Robnrts, bo tho samo more or less, but suljuot to all legal highways. Said premises appraiiod al $2500. Tebms or Sale cash iu band. E. Q. WHITE, Sheriff. Shni ilTs Offico, Geauga ) Co., April Olh, 1801. 6805 Muster rommHsoner's Sale. IN obedience to tho commands of an Ordor nf Kale issued from thn oflico of tha Clork of tlio Court of Common Floss of Uoauen Co. in tbo Sluto of Ohio, at tbo March Term thoreof, A. I). 1801, in an action wheroin Dauiol Warner is plaintiff, and Jenks Bud long nnd others defendants, to mo directed and dolivored, I have caused to bo ap praised, and shall expose for sale at public auction, at the door of the Court llouso, in Chardou in snid Cnuntv. on ffednetdau. the Jiret dny of May, A. D. 1801, bntwoon tho Hours ot IU o cluck A. M., and 4 o clock 1. M., of (aid Cay, tbo following described lands and toneuients, to wit : "Situata and being in tho Town Plat of Chardon, in said County of Geauga, and is known as tho old Tavern Stand and lot of Samuot Smith, and part of let no. ton in said Plat, and is bound ed as follows, to wit : Beginning at tbo south-east cornor of said lot; thuttce north on tbo cast lino of said lot 14 rods and 15 links, to the cornor of a piece of land in the same lot sot off for dower to Sybil Smith, on a partition, In Goauga Common Ploas.among Ihe beirs of Sutnuel Smith; thonco west six rods to tbo west line of said lot ; thence south on tho west lino of said lot 14 rods and 15 links to tlio south-west corner of said lot; thonco eaBt along tbo south line of said lot six rods, to ibo placo of begin ning; excepting and rosorving a strip from tho south-west cornor, six feet front and sov onty foot deep, deeded by Sumuol Smith to John French. Tho above describod promises aro ap praised at Fiftoeu Hundred Dollars. Terms of salo cusb in hand. ALFRED PHELPS, Jo., Matter Committioner, Chardon, March 23th, 1861. 85w5 SIIEUIFF'S SALE. TN obedioneo to tho requirements of an X order of Salo which iesuod from the oQ'too of tho Clerk of tbo Court of Common Pleas of Oeaugr. County and Statu of Ohio, wheroin uavid u, itabcock is plaintitt, and uiauaius a. jtooerion and othors are de fendants and dated tho Sfith day of March, A. D. 1801, to mo directod and delivered, I have caused to be appraised, and shall offer for salo at pubiio auction, at tbo door of the Court House in tbo Township of Cbardon in said County, On Monday, the Gtk day of May, 1861 , at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following described roal estate, to wit.; Part of lot No. 2, in Tract No. 3, in Munson Township, bounded on the north by the east and wost road i oast by tbe east line of said lot No. 2 ; south by tb.e south lino of said lot, and wost by land deodod by Joseph Roborson to Claudius S. Roborson, on the 21st day of April, A. . 1853, containing twenty-nine and 30-100 acres of land. Said premises appraised at 704. 1 erms op Sale cash in hand. E. G. WHITE, Sheriff. Shoriff's Office, Geauga ? Co., April 6th, 1861. I 6S05 Mary M.Cooly St Carlos') In Court of Common a. oout y neas ot Geauga Co. venui unto. Amanda liusluicll and j others. J Partition. ELIZABETH MURPHY and John Murphy her husband. Ann Cowles and Joseph E Cowlos, her husband, defendants in this action. residents of the Stole of Iowa, are hereby notified ui. on uie juuay oi April, ISlil, said Mary M. and Carlos S. Coo v filed in iIl rv.r. .i,,r p. tition against them and others, praying for Parti lion of lbs I arm known aa Ihe Elijah Hushnell farm, situate in north-east part. Lot No. 147, 1 ract 3, in Chardon in said County, containing Hi and 00-100 acres. batd Petition a ho prays that the Dower of Amanda Bushnell, wid ow of said Elijah Rushnell, may be set eff in said premises. Said Petition will be for liesrimr in saw i,our( at ine next term thereof. In be lioldcn at Chardon, on the '.nth dav ol May. 1861. CANFIELVcr FRENCH, Att'ys for Petitioners. 586w6 I'robatc Notice. Tub following accounts bavo boon filed in tho Prohato Court of Geauea County. Ohio. or soiiiomoni, viz: Final accounts: Laura Turner, guardian of Austin B. Tur ner, and James H. Cooper, guardian of Alice and Austin S. Beswick. Partial ac counts ; Samuel Bod man, guardian of Charles T. and Gideon RufspII i B. 3 Woodbury, guardian of Sarah F. Chilson. nnza j. ciiiison, John N'. Chilson. Thoron N. Chilson ; and E. R. Thompson. Executor or me instate ol lluonah Dayton, deceased Said accounts will stand for bearing in said Court, at tho Probato Oflico in Churdon, on ino zntt day of April. A. V. 1861. at ton ociocit Al., until which tiino all persons iniorestea may except. M. C. CANFIELD, Probate Judge. Chardon, April 5th, 1861. 586w3. SUGAR COATED! THESE CELEBRATED PILLS liave gained a decided reputation as a sure, safe and effectual family medicine, over all othors in use. For Sich Headache, Foul Sumach, Vytpep eia. Liver Complaint, Contivenett, General Debil ity. Bitiout Compliinti, i-e., d-e., they are unri vuled. Warranted Purely Vegetable. Moreol them used than any other kind. See Circulars. For sale by every druggist aud merchant in the country. Also at wholesale at 161, Ontario St., Cleveland, Ohio. G. O. NORR13, Gen'al Agent for Ohio, Mich, and Indiana. Sold by A Cook, Chardon. 5811y I .MtESH & WATER LIME for sale bv r A. D, HALL. Chardon, March 29th, 1861, tbbxf E. L.SOULE MEDICAL. prof7wood's' Restorative Cordial AND M Is precisely what Its name Indicates, for. n-"1" P1" i ine taste, it is revivilylng, exhilaraiing, invigorating and strengthen ing lo the vital powers, snd at the same lime revivifies, rcinslutea and renews the Blood in all of iu original purity, and thus at once rettoree and rendert the ryittm in- vulnerable lo allacHt of disrate. It is ihe U only preparation ever offered lo Ihe world, P so chemically and skillfully combined aa lo fl be the most powerful tonic.and al lbs soma ' time so perfectly adapted lo, as to act in perfect accordance with the laws of nature, and hence will tootle the weakett ttomnch, and tone up the digestive organs, snd thus niiur on iiervnusaua oilier 11 rua lion, it 18 perfectly exhilarating and at the snm lime p ii is coniposea extirety ot vegeiftuit's, ye; so J combined as to produce ihe nioft thorough k W tonic effect, without producing an" injuti- m P otts consequences. Such a remedy ha long f been fell lo be a desideratum in the meo'cal worl-1, lor il needs no medical skill tone tlmt debility follows all attacks of disease, and proceeds and indeed lova the evsirm t open to the insidiousaitacka of many of lha most fatal, such, for example, aa the fol lowing: Consumption, Indigestion, Ilyspep Jia, Loss of Appetite, I'ainlness. Nervous Irritability, Ncurolaia. Palniiaiiun of the Hcari, Melancholy, Night Sweats. Lan guor. Giddiness, Retention of, as well as Doinful. obstructed, toi nrnfuwi. nr ton mrmnl y Menstruation, and Falling of the Womb. These all depend upon generof debility, Tbispure. healthy, ionic Cordial ond IJIood Renovator is as sure lo cure aa the sun to tl rise and set. There is no mistake about it. 2 I'u: this is not all. If the system is weak- ened we are open to bilious attacks, the liver becomes torpid, or worse diseased, and the kidneys refuse to perform their functions, . and we are troubled with scalding snd in continence of urine, or involuntary dis charge of the samo, pain in the back, side and between iho shoulders, exceedingly lia ble to slight cnld9,cotths,and if unchecked, soon emaciation follows, and the nntinnt goes down to a premature grava. Hut spare A will not allow us to enumerate the many V " ii is to wuicn we are name in a weakened condition of the system. But we will soy in tin lAiruiui ana mow uenovatnr you have a perfect, safe, pleasant and auecuel remedy for Loss of Appetite, Biiousncss, Flatulence, weak and sick Kiomach. Lan guor, Liver Complaint, Chills and Fever, urauy uinous anacK, lustiveness. Acidity i uia oiuuiacii, j-iervousncss, fveurorgia Palpitation of the Heart. Depression ol Suir its. Sores, Pimples on tho Face, or nnv ilia. caso arising from impure blood, such as Scrofula, Erysipelas, Bronchitis, Couch, Uitticulty ol Ureal unir. ond nil that rlna ofdiseascs colled Female Weaknpss. and S enumerated above. We will also ih P traveler, exposed to epidemics, change of g climate and water, will find it a pleasant, f safe and sura remedy, and no one should ever travol without a. Reader try it.for ws assure you vou will find in it a friend in deed as well as a friend indeed. All per sonsof sedentary habits will find It a per fect preventive of, oa well aa cure for those ailments to which they are particularly ex- A posed. Hence ministora, students, attor- B IIPV. Itl.irnro irnn'li.mnn nJ I . .1 . ...L . ' J - ' J .... ....... , inuic. m IIU are not accustomed lo much out-door exer- ctse, will hud it to their advantage to keep m a bottle constantly on hand; and, above all, r Tr, mothers, or those becoming snch, will aa M iUrrttinU ik.l .s "... - J B . pjaj . wU(,i. suns muss unugiruus (JCriOU, nut only Willi all their accustomed strength, but aaie una tree irom me inousana ailments so prevalent among the female portion of the world, in short, tt is indeed a mother's A cordial. Try it. old and young; no longer C run the risk of dclav: it wili relieve .nil prove iiseff emphatically a Restorative Cor dial and Blood Henovator. I O. J. WOOD, Proprietor, 444 Broadway, 5 New York, and 114 Market Street, Saint f Louie. Mo., and sold by all Druggists. Price One Dolor oer Bottle. S frT-Forsale by A: Cook. Airenf. and Dr 'ol,., X' ; ..u I -i . .1 ' iTiuuui,, tii.iuuii, umu. Oojtl Consumptives. An equal and normal condition of tbe bloed la health. An abnormal, that is to aav, an excess, iveor deficient circulation or stagnation of the blood, is disease. To illustrate torpidity of the Liver is caused by ataenaiion of blnnri in iht nP. gan; diseasea of the Kidneys, Inflammation of the Lungs, Disease of the- Heart, &c, by the same cause, namely: Improper circulation; and fiom me same cause spring an minor forms ot disesse To discover a certain cure, then, for these diseaaesi the first great enquiry necessary is, What causes the blood to ciicut&'.el For centuries it has been a matter of much study among scientific and medical men; and as urauy experiments nave Doen made, and much labor expended upon the enquiry, il haa been left to this century among its other wonderful in crease in knawtedge, to make this grand discov ery, also. Acknowledging that lib la lb. sin nfil,.r-r.. tor, and thai "in Him we live and move and have our oeuiB, -wo Tsutl venture the remark, that aa the planet' move in their snheres. and all vegeta ble ja governed by certain absolute laws, so tnimnl life is traceable to a fixed cause, which removes or destroys, and death, the certain effect, follows. Analysisof the red corpuscles of the blood shows tnem to be compounds ol iron, sulphur ana phos phnrus. The air we breathe, we know to contain a very larue proporuun oi oxygen. Oxygen brought in contact with amelal.evolves or emits electricity. Electricity brought in contact with muscular fibre, causes it to contract. These facia being indisputable, we have now the solution as to the motor or motive power ol the heart. The oxygen in the air we breathe coming in contact with the iron in tbe red cor puscles of the blood emits electricity, which e lin ing in contact with the heart causesit to contract, and hence the powor which expels the blood and sends it tingling through the remotest arteries What then, are the causes of CoiiNiimptinn, Dropsy, Palsy, Paralysis, Dyspepsia, St. Vitus' Dance, Cpilepsy, Fever ii Ague, Ac.! a deficiency of the red corpuscles contain ing the iron, sulphur and phosphorus, that causea a deficiency of electricity, and consequently an abnormalcirculation. The blood becomes watery, colds and bronchial complaints and prostration ensue the sufferer becomea nervous, and subject lo iheumatic pains and neuralgia complaints of tne liver ana rviuneys set in; in short, almost every type ol disease but virulent fevers, may be iracca to tins aonctency in the Dlood.oi the cor puscles or red globules. Old age causes a deficiency or corpuscles, and while we do not pretend to sav that we have dis covered the '-elixir viim," we do say that life cau ds Dioter muy prolonged by the useot the "Blood Food" which restores the red irlobulea. and thus thn nnr, mat circulation. Consumptives! Friends of con sutuptives!! Sufferers from sny organic disease!: Uiilortunates, who hove by excess of the body or inuiu, reuueeu toe stanuora oi the blood and di minished tlta red globules! f.SiliAM iltrrlnc anv of those distresses known sa female complaints, be persuaded tho "blood Food" can cure you. It nas cured thousands ol desperate cases where all hope bis been given up. Do not reject it; do noi throw away your only hope. The "Blood Food" is an unfailing remedy; give it a trial. An elaborate treatise, carrying out and fully proving the theory advanced here to be correct, will be mailed to any interested nsrtv. on tbo re ceipt of two 3 cent stamps. Blood Food is sold by all druggists; or where it cannot be had, 1 will send 6 bottles free of expense, for 4. Price, tl single bottle. It is put up in 8 oz. vials, in yel low wrappere lha old kind, in small bottles, in red wranners havins been dona awsv with and bears the tac-siiuilo signature of Church & Du- pont upon the face of tbe wrapper. Bewaraof counterleits and Imitations. JCrSold bv A.Cook and John Nichols Char. don, and by druggists generally. C T. ill run 'i, ole Proprietor, 4o9 Bkoxdwat, Niw Yoaa. SSIwV. NOT1CK. NOTICEia hereby given lhat the Commission ersotUeauna Countv will So in ik mun. ship of Thompson, al a point on the east and weal road, about X a mile west of the cemor of said township, or. Tuesday Ihe Bill day of April next, at 10 o'clock A. M., to receive proposals (or building a bridge at that place. A lull ds scription of said bridge wili be Divan by lha Com missioners, al the time of receiving aaid proposals. t-.vi. rir.iu, idlers ot Com'rs. March8th,1861 tbltl w MEDICAL. If. DENTON'tJ Vegetable Healing WHY WILL YOU NEGLECT a COLD and a flict to despise it, as long as yovj are able to walk, until It has grown Into a danger oiis, and poihnps an Incurnble Cough the fosg runner of Consumption, or some other dan gerous disease 1 It is through neglect or Im proper treatment of this coumom cold thatsnrh vast niimliers of the human riwe aro destroyed. Like a despised enemy, it is suflered to strength en itself by delay, until It boa reached and so much affected tho vital organs, as to place yon lwyond the reach of man. and you fall an eaay prey to lis power. There is a cheap, taje safo fiir the most ten der infant and certain remedy for this dreadful enemy to mankind ; that remedy is DENTON'S VEGETABLE HEALING BALSAJf, which for several years was never known to toil giving good satisfaction, and it leaves the pn tit nt wxli. ; h needs no medicine to purge tbie from the system. This Medicine will ence and hcnl the Lungs, cure a i.amo Back, Ornvcl and Kidney Com plaints, PhIu In tho Side, Bloniach or Breast, Ague in tho face, or Breast, Nervous Com plaints, Palpilalkn of the Heart, PhtliMr, Dys pepsia and Liver Complaint. It will cure Burus, Fresh Wounds, Chilblnins, and Bruises upon man or beast, and tnko sorei.css nut any part of tho body. Bleeding at Ihe Lungs, Chronio Rheumatism, Worm", Summer Com plaints, Soro Mouth, Sore Throat, UroticLllia, Whooping Cough.' This is not one of the new discoveries ; It la an. old and established article, and tlicro arw myriads of living evidences of its elllcacy. 1'ut up in bottles at only 26 cents eacL Great Imposition and Fraud t Its Increasing demand and wonderful succoea has induced some three hundred to imitate ny " Vegetable Healing Ualsam," which is nlnu) done to an Invaluable medicine. Therefore tt counterfeit is composed of only two articitf while the genuine Is composed of eight diflerens articles, and " all work together for good." , li. DENTON it Co , Prvprielvrf, ' No. 142 Cienetee St., Auburn, K Y. For sae by A. COOK, Chardon; Dr. Cleveland, Burton; C P. Treat, Claridon; C. S. Field, East Claridon; Bishop & Sperry.Middlefield; C. 8.6s. O W. Garrett, Montville; A. Fling. Munson; K. O. Lyman, Mulberry Corners; A. Mathews, Newbury; Dr. French. Parkman; II. Cummins, Russell; J Smith, Thompson; J. E. Hathaway & Brothers, Hombdeo ; L. Dalrymple, Troy ; ond by Merchants and Druggists throughouttiie can a try VtQlA NeverFsilstoCure NEURALGIA & RHEUMATISM- THIS CREiT INTERNAL REBEDT Is coring Thoutandt of cases where allother rem edies have utterly failed. It is no mere "Ana dvhe," relieving for the moment, but is a per tec t SPECIFIC and CURE for those painful diseases. The vast number of Liniments, Embrocations and External Medicines, which actasstimulsrru of tho surface only, are merely temporary in their effects, and of doubtful virtue. Tbe NEURAL GIA KINtw reaches the source of all trouble, and effectually banishes the disease from the system . We advise one end all to give it a trial and be come satisfied of its wonderful power. - Head the attonuiing cures of mell-knom tili tent of Buffalo: MriT CURED Mr."s7kemenway, Proprietor of Niagara Street Omnibus Line, of Neuralgia and Rheumalijm In the neck and shoulder. tO-ONE BOTTLE cured Mr. F.liaa Weed. Commission Merchant, of sevore Neuralgia of the head and neck, after aI other remedies failed. Mr-Mr. L. CROSVENOR, of Perry St., who was coufined to tha house and entirely unable to attend to business, is now well from the use of Watson' Neuralgia King. KrTlfE NEURALGIA KING cured Mr. Jo seph Cooley, Seoeea Street, ol Iflimmitoit Rheumatism of long standing. At the time o( commencing its use he was confined to his bed. WJAME3 VAN VALKENBERG. a well known policeman of this city, was cared of Neu ralgia and Rheumatism in its worst form. , rINFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM ' Mr. C. H, Reed, 86 Carroll Street, was eured al ter trying other remedies for five yeara. INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM OP FIVEYEAR3 STANDING Mrs. H. W. Put nam, 56 Pearl Street, cured in ihree weeks had been under charge of beat physicians in this city. 65-NEUKALGIA in its worst form of fifteen yeanr Bta'nding. Mrs. Lyman Kathburn, of 21 J Delaware Street, entirely cured. fcrWILLIAM COLEMAN, Auctioneer. No. 4 Swan Street, cured of severe Neuralgia in hie limbs. Or WILLIAM MOFFATT, Brewer, Merge Street, of Neuralgia of the face and teeth. , Price il per bottle A. I. MATHEWS. Proprietor. 220 Main Street, Buffalo. N. T. ForSaZeby A. Cook, Chardon; C.S. Field, B. Claridon; C. P.Treat, Cloridoa; E. Thompson, Huntsburg . 5oSmS Dlt, S. W. BARTGES'., liwointmcnts. THROUGH the solicitations of friends and for mer patrons, Dr. S. W. Bartgee, of Akron. Ohio, has been induced to continue his periodical visits to Painesville, Lake County, Ohio, for an other year, where he may be lound at his rooms In the Cowles House, ou the 0th day of every month during the year 1861, prepared to atlead to all who may desire his professional services. Dlt. UAK TGIOS haa been a resident practi tioner of Akron for the last twen y yaara, during which lime he has treated more than 15.000 dif ferent cases; and haa, through his extended prac tice, become almost universally known through out Northern Ohio. Ilia practice haa extended over mere territory, perhaps, than thai of any other practitioner in the Stale, many residents of Geauga County having, at different times, ap plied to him lor relief from suffering. For the laat few years. Dr. Bai lees has devoted his attention more especially to the treatment of Chronic Diseases, in which lie has been attended with most extraordinary auccesa. Nunieroua certificatea of truly remarkable cases could be ex hibited from cilixensof Geauga, if it were thought necessary; bat let the following sufficei Chardon, Jan. 6th. 1861. This certifios that Mrs. E. Frederick, while re siding at rny house in the spring of 1839, was la ken dangerously sick, and remained confined to her bed for seven months. During this lime she had been treated by two different physicisus, bat in spile of their efforts she continued lo grow worse, until she became so much reduced ihst she could scarcely speak a loud word, or tarn herself iu bed, sod was given up by her physicians to die. While in this critical condition, medicines were procured from Dr. 8. W. Barnes, and adminis tered, snd in one wesk his patient was able to L-ave her bed: and in a abort lime had recovered her usual health Mrs. Frederick wssslthis time 67 years of age. , L. D. BTANSELL. N. B. When the 9ih comes on Sunday, Dr. B. will be in Painesville on the Hthof the month. - - - Mats' PERFUMERY. A riVE assortment jusl received. Also Ken dall'a Thermometers si , J.NIcri04'DRUG STOnjB. Chardon, June 24, 1659. . 43tf w Am BOARDS and TUBS of all sixes at 97711 1VILKINS d- KELLEVS. CANDY snd CONFECTIONER I E9 at whole, sain or retail, by 77tf W1LKWS S JCELLE P.' PLV'ASE dn'nl forget we have a few of ihoea Boys and Girl's KI.F.D.S rhesn, at M7tf W1LK1N36; tELLKYS, n. rr?i TOYS?