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The Habits of Celebrated Characters.
Arlwright worked for revertteen liour ft da;, and begun to learn the English grammar at fitly, llii time wm t al uabto that be always traveled with four lionet. Watt was thirty years upon hi condensing engine, and Stephenson twenty feva upon Tile locomotive. Walter Scott, as a copying clerk, msnsed to copy one hundred and twenty r.rtgesof MS., in the twenty-four hours. When a clerk in the Court of Sessions, be got up at five every morning, lighted bis own Gre, and did bin Own Mcrpj-y work before breakfast. John Briton, worked sixteen hours a day. Lou don tat up two whole nights a week to study, while working like a laborer all day. Joseph Hume got up at six, worked all day, and out-sal the House of Com mons every nigtii. llale studied six'een hours a dayr Hume, the historian, wrote thirteen hours. Hunter allowed himself, but five boars to sleep in the twenty-four. Jenner was twenty years in perfecting vaccination. Ilerschell, while in the band of the Dalh pump-room, finished two hun dred specula . before he made one that would suit his telescope. Titian worked daily for seven years, at "The Last Sup per." Meyerbeer studied musio for fifteen hours a day. Ginrdini said it would take twelve hours a day for twenty years,to learn to play the violin, and Tag lion! could only arrive at her perfection in dancing, by constantly practicing until she fainted. Foley, the founder of If present noble family of that name, worked his passage twice to Sweeden and back, and supported himself there for several years as a fiddler, in order to learn the secret of splitting iron. Eldon rose at four in the morning, and worked till late at night, with a wet towel around his bead to keep him awake ; but there is do necessity to multiply instances ol the labor of lawyers history and biography re rife with them, and the shelves of many a library attest an industry wmoa is almost superhuman. Nature and Art. Upon examining the edge of a very keen razor with a microscope it will ap pear like the back of a thick knife; rough, uneven, full of notches and furrows. An exceedingly small needle resembles a rough iron bar. But the sting of a bee, seen through the same instrument, exhib its everywhere a polish most amazingly beautiful, without the least flaw, blemish or inequality,and it ends with a point too fine to be discerned. A small piece of ex ceedingly fine lawn appears, through the snloroscope, like a hurdle or I lit ice, and the threads seem coarser than a yarn with whioh ropes are made for anchors. But a silkworm's web appears perfectly smooth and shining, and everywhere equal. The smallest dot that can be made with a pen appears, when viewed by the microscope, an irregular spot, rough, jagged and uneven. But the little specks on the wings or bodies of in aects are found to be most accutely circu lar. Bo great is the contrast between the Works of God and man. "I Still L.IYB l" Lord Hyron once remaked, "Glory consists of being shot in battle, and having one's name reported wrong in the dead and wounded list." We were never more srongly reminded of the truth of this assertion, and how little the great are remembered after their death, than on bearing a few days since, the following anecdote of an Eastern farmer, trying to repeat the last words of the "Godlike Webster," "I Btill live 1" A gentleman remarked, "Life is very un certain." "Ah, yes," replied the farmer, "that's true, every word of it : and, by the way, Captain, that makes me think ol what one of your big Massachusetts men said when he died a spell ago." "Who was It 7" enquired the Captain. "Well, I don't just call his name to mind now, but at any rate he was a big poliiitioner, and lived near Boston, somewhere. My newspaper said that when he died, the Boston people put his image in their win dows, and had a funeral for a whole day." "Perhaps it was Webster," suggested the Captain. "Yes, that's the name I Webster General Webster I Strange eouldn t think on l afore I lie riz up bed, and says be, 'I ain't dkao tkt 1 LMsrary Museum. A Woman Kills Twklvb Wolvks. We are indebted to Ephraim Brown, Esq., for the particulars of a fight, which occur red on Monday night of this week, Bridget Creek, between Mrs. T. C. llig gins and about a dozen wolves. Early in the evening Mrs. liigcins heard an un usual noise at the calf-pen, and upon otog out round that something like oieo wolves wore contemplating an at taok upon the calf. Upon her approach they retreated a snort distance. Mrs Iliggins is a good shot with a rifle, and aha first determined to shoot at least of the intruders with her husband's loaded rifle;upon reflection she concluded to put stryohniue upon some meat had in the house, and give it to her un welcome visitors. She did so, and upon the return of her husband, who was ab sent the fore part of the evening, he found twelve wolves lying dead within a rods of the houso. Eats Clairs ( Wis.) Frss Prest. Cdbio8itt or Natdrb. Among papers published in costly style by Smithsonian Institute at Washington, one on the microscopio pUnls and animals whioh live on and in the human body. It describes quite a number of insects. The animal which produces the disease called Itch, Is illustrated oy an engraving half an inch in diameter which shows only the ugly little fellow's body and bat his very toes, although the animal bimself is invisible to the naked eye. When Lieutenant lierrvman was sound ing the ocean, preparatory to laying Atlantic Telegraph, the quill at the ol the sounding line brought up mud, which on being dried, became a powder to One that on rubbing it between thumb and finger it disappeared in erevioes of the skin. On placing dust nndet the microscope it was disco? . cred consist of millions of perfect shells, each of which bad a living animal. Multitudes, like monarchs, will not bear the truth ; and muhitutdes, like monarchs, will seldom hear it. . monarchs and multitudes delight in adu lation; and, as this is not what they from sincere (riends, they rarely Lave sincere friends. 1 Nobodi iRnsriNDtut of Otiiirs. We talk a great deal in this country about in dependence, and men often boast proudly that they are independent, and ask favors of nobody. But the trulb is, that no man is wholiy independent of others. No one fs so rioli or so great as to be above need ing at some lime the sympathy of bis fel low creatures. No man has a right to think that in showing kindness to his neighbors, be performs a gratuitous ser vice, for which he can receive no return. Exposed to the same adversity which falls on others, be may soon have to ask the noiainii-;o which it now mi privilege to bestow. He who is cenerous in the day of prosperity, finds others to render kindness to him in turn when overwhelmed with disaster. It is, therefore, a matter of common prudence, if there were no higher motive, looking out lor the dark day which mn5" come, to show kindness to those in troubU. Evangelist. j 1 You Will bb Wanted. Take cour age, )ung man. What if you are but an obscure apprentice, or a poor neglected orphan? Have you an intelligent mind, all untutored through it be? Have you a virtuous aim, a pure desire and an lion eit heart? Depend upon it, you will be wanted. The time may be long deferred. You may grow to manhood, and may even teach your prime ere the call is made; but virtuous aims, pure desires, and hon est hearts are too few not to be wanted. Your virtues will not only wrap you about about as a mantle; obscurity shall shall not always veil you from the multi tude, lie chivalrio in your combat with circumstances. lie active, however small be your sphere of action; it will surely en- large with every moment, and your fiuencc will have constant increase. Drunkenness. It is estimated that 30,000 persons are excluded annually from the 36,000 Christian churches in England, for the one vice of drunkenness. These appalling statistics are accounted for by a newspaper writer, on the ground that habitual drinking is seldom recog nized as a sufficient warrant for exclusion. A correspondent of the British Standard (Congregational) says: "At the present time I know of a church that has been broken up lately from this veiy cause, nearly every member being guilty of intemperance, not one member daring to exercise discipline upon another, for fear of a like exposure himself; and, owing to this course, for some months past the Lord's supper has not been dispensed." Tna Difference between tub Gunners of Forts Scmter and Moultrie. A gentle man who arrivod at Boston from Iho South, a day or two since, relutod an anocdolo cur root iu Georgia, though liltlo was said about it in Charleston. The gunners at Fort Mnultrio reoontlv anchored a rico tlurco equi distant trom forts Moultrie and Bum tor, and fired botwecu twenty and thirty shots at it without cffnot. Major Anderson watched their proceedings for somo time. and thon aiming and sighting ono of bis largo guns, shivorod the tierco at tbo first shot. I in " at i one she few the the is not legs, the end the the this al ways Both re ceive THE OHIO FARMER. THE OHIO FARMER. THE OHIO FARMER. This olJ and well-established Meekly pspor commenced its Tenth year in January. It is pre-eminently The FARMER'S Family PAPER. The New York Tribune says of it: "It is a handsome qnarto, filled with miscella neous and agricultural niat'er, suitldtuam EN LIGHTENED Fahmer's Family. In one year, it contains about Twenty Duo decimo Volumes of standard matter, as fol- lowai One Volnmo of Poems. One Volnmeon Domestic Economy. One Vol. of House hold NlorU'x, One Volume of Fashions, One Vol. of Suiuliiy Itpnding. Two Vols. on Hue Culture, Two Vols, on Flowers, Three Vols, on Stock, 1-our Volumes on Farming and Gardening Cienei nlly. One Vol. on lujurioun Iiiaeetx,One Volume on lralnii:g. One Vol. of Miscellaneous MHIter. JTREADF.R, f yoa wish TWENTY VOL UMES per annum for 12, l$l,S0in small Clubs.) eutucrioe at once lor The OHIO FARMER. If you want to get all this library lor nothing, send live nnmes and $7.10, aud yon will receive tho Ohio Farmer one year, FltEK or if you want an AGItlCULTUHAL LIIIK AltY, worth f rom (10 to t'25, send from 20 to filly sub scribers at (1,50 each, and you will get it. Or, vnti preler won r.i . you can eat irom Hi to fhOO hv working lor Tllli OHIO Farmer. ft-Kor Sample Numbers, fosters, I'ronrwict- u Induce mm ft to Agents. &tc. &c, mltireBs THOMAS BROWN, Cleveland, Ohio. GEAUGA COUNTY x .iittv Tsarrr ax nt . FIRE-INSURANCE GOMPAMY OFFICE, Cuahuun, Ouio, JOHN FRENCH, President. L. G. LUDLOW. Secretary. This well known company continues to insure tne property ol ueuuga bounty, at ai LOW RAT US as Solvency will permit. By Its Act of Incorporation, Property outside Oenuga County, t. mi not De Insured in this L ompauy, thus entirely obviating Hie objec tions lo Mutual Companies, as commonly organ ized, that Insure all over the country. Those who wish lo bo made Bale against Loss by Fire, will do well to liiure its tills Company. tCrr'or farther pnrticulnra cnll on E. V. CANFlELD.lienoral Agent. Chardon, Ohio. SIBtf Cowlcs & Co. Are still in the some old spot, at CLEVELAND No. 145, W ED D EL L HOUSE, And will be glad to see their customers from "Old Uoauga," and proiuie to deal with them more liberally than ever. The present hard timet have so reduced the prices of Clucks Watches, Jewelry. Cutlery, Silver Ware, if., hit a little mon-y now will buy as much as more jioney will hereafter. We have the very best workmen in every of our business. We would resnectlully solicits continuance of the patronage of our Irtends and a call Irom all. sw-it To Persons oat of Employment. AUENTS WANTED TO BELL- eats lEvriNQ uaciiinr. Wa will a Commission, or wagns at 40 por month, ana ex ponies paid. This Is a new Maonine, and so simple in its construction that a child of 10 yours can learn to operate it by an hour's instruction. It Is equal to Family 8ewing Machine in a so, and price is but Fifteen Dollars. J. N. BOVLAJf, Secretary Brie Bowiag Machine Company, lo2inJ AffUt, Ohio MERCANTILE. if of de partment old THE give halt any tbe Fast Time! AST GOODS OF THE SEASON. Painesvills overrun with Dry Goods! I Consequently MUST BE SOLD CHEAP!! DON'T GO TO CLEVELAND FDR YOUR GOODS, FOIl THEY CAN BE SOLD 10 Per Cent. Cheaper THAN IN CLEVELAND! nsui co. ARE prepared to offer to their Geauga County friends great Inducements In Dry Goods, uruoonce, boois and nnoes. w respectfully solicit your patronage, and will guarantee entire satisfaction in prices. We are selling Good Blenched and Brown Cottons for 6X centsi Good FAST COL'D PRINTS for8 cts. Good 25 cent De Lalnes for 12X cents Good 2i cent Bercge Anglaize ' " Poplins 37icts. for 21 cts. Kentucky Jeans worth 25 cents for 18Vcents; An excellent quality of 75 cent Tea selling for 50 cants; everything else accordingly. WE desire to call tho attention of the Ladies to our Silk Department, which comprises the Largest and Best Selected Stock ever brought into Psinesvilie. co I a o so CO I- PLAIN. BROCADE. REPS, GRODE CROSS, ARMURE and PAUDESOI, Fancy Silks, Black Ground Chinls Figures, Bayiedere Stripes very cheap: PLAIN SOLID COLORS, Brown and Brock DLOGUZT. Marcelaines In all colors, Very elegant Velours, Paris Prlntod Merinoes, Printed Woad Delaines, Printed Coburgs, Pout de Chevre, Tod de Lind, Elegant Poplins, VALENCIAS, DELAINES, it Prints 'ill Cad la very choice pot' Which you terns. Cloth Department. FRENCH AND ENGLISH CASSIMERES, BLACK dt COL OR2D CLOTHS, SILK, PLUSH AND VELVET Vestings, SATJNETTS, UNION Cloths. Kentucky Jeans, DRILLINGS, CANADA GRAYS AND CHEAP BEAVERS. lfEhavt got a full and compltts Stock HOSIERY, Gloves, KID GLOVES and GUANTLETS RIBBONS, R1BB ON TRIMMINGS, GIMPS, CORDS, BRAIDS, SILK BUTTONS, SILK & WORSTED DRESP DRA1D3, BLACK LACE TRIMMINGS. BLACK & COL ORED FRINGES, CORD &. TASSELS TRIMMINGS, BELTS & Belt Ribbons, Girdle; Velvet. Satin and Taffeta Ribbons, Muslin & Cam one bmDrotdery, Thread aud Valencenes Lace lotion and Linen Lstes, Wash Blond. Joint & Ruches, Jaeonetts, Swiss Muslin, Bishop &. Victoria LAWNS, Crimped DIMITY, BOOKMVSLIN, o , LINEN HDKFS of all grades A Large Stock of Zephyrs, Split Zephyrs, Shetland Woof, and .. - Imported Yarns, Silk Braids for Crocheting , Crochei Braid & Crochet Needles ,ol all siie.,and a thousaud article.. Boots and Shoes At Fifty per Cent. Isss than ordinmry Prioes. yE are also prepared lo do a Jobbing Trade, And will offer Greatlodueemeats to COUNTRY MERCHANTS. WILCOX cV CO. Southwit Mai St. near P utile Souart, fiints vitle, Oar. MERCANTILE. FOR dond Cord, other Groat Bargains For the j PEOPLE!!! JFrcsh Arrival of Fall and WINTER IM, AT Ayers & Murray's!! 1TE are happy to announce toour friends and I V customers, that the Stock of New Goods wo re now opening is unusually lame, and has been solecled Willi great care, and purchased on such erms as ennuie us lo sell much towel than Hereto fore. Our Slock, as usual, consists of nil kinds of Goods to be lound in any Store. We have Dry uoous, unsurpasseu in variety, (Quality or style. l-Our LADIES' DRESS GOODS were never belore hull so attractive, and will win smiles of approval !ront our lair (riends. Rich Brocades GUIINAD1NES, Taffala, Grot de Rhine, CI!I)S l)E NAP, FOULARDS, MARCELLEINS and FLORENCES. Merinoes, Cashmeres & De Laines All thsnew and desirahe BtvIeS in this line just received direct Irom the importers and man ulacturers, wuicu wo will ouer at prices that CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE HOSIERY GLOVES. A General assortment in Silk, Cotton. Cashmere Wool and Kid all kinds and prices, aud at the very lowest ugures. Cloths & Cassimeres. The Largest, Cheapest and Best Stock In ibis re glon v7al the LAwett ftxeet. Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans SATI1TT Good and Cheap. Gsod Kentucky Jeans (or 181c prints! rti)fsi. A ffood assortment ol latest natterns-wonh 12Kc tor luiems. Ofvarinus kinds. Another lotof those I) ROC HA SHAWLS at (4 worth SO. The Beat Assortment in ths County, and selling at unprecedented low prices. Call and examine for yourselves. Wool Flannels, Lsncoster, Toilet and Marseilles Qaillst Table Damatk. Brown and llrnchedi Crash, Diaper and all kinds of White Goods, in great variety. Sheetings, Bis ached and Brown, from 4-4 to 9 4 wide. In this department our Slock is much larger and more attractive than heretofore. Having bought the best of Eastern Manufacturers, will wll at prices which cannot fail 10 suit Eurchasers. All Kinds of Clothing for men and oys, made to Older. Hardware! Hardware!! lroa, Steel, Nails, Glass and Carriage-Trim mings of all kinds. We have the best Assortment Orookery to the Connty. Also aa abundant supply of Groceries, and other things loo numerous to mention. Mr Moat kind of produce taken In estoliange for Goods. Aycrs & Murray Chardon, Sept. 28th 18(0. f)5tf SILK, WM, MEDICAL. we all of Ayefs Sarsaparilla A compound remedy, designed to be the most effectual Alterative that tan be made. It is a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla. so combined with other substnnces of still greater alterative power as to afford an effec tive antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. It is believed that such a remedy is wanted by those who suffer from Strumous complaints, and that one which will accomplish their cure must prove of immenso service to this large claw of our alllicted fellow citizens. How completely this compound will do it has been provtn by experiment on many of the worst cases to bo found of the following complaints I tSCUOFl'LA ANO ScaOrtlLOl'S CoMPt.il.NT. BUUFTIONS AND F.KUPT1TS DlSHSEI, ULCEUS, 1'lUPLES, JlLOTCHES, lUMORS, SaI.T KHKUM, Scalo Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af fections, Mehcuhial Disease, Duopst, Nix- HALOIA OUT'IO DOULOUUKUX, UeBILITT, LYS- fbpsia anii Indiobstion, F.uysipelas, Uosa OR St. Anthony's Fihb, and indeed the whole class of complaints aruing from Imvuuity ok Tub Uloou. This compound will bo found a great pro moter of health, when taken in the spring, to expel the foul humors which fester in the blood at that season of the year. By the time ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous sores, through which the system will strive to rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do this through the natural channels of tho body by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions, or sores; cleanse it when you lind it is ob structed and sluggish in the veins j cleanse it whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell you when. Even where no particular disorder is felt, people enjoy better health, and live longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the blood healthy, and all is well but with this rabulum of life disordered, there can be no lasting health. Sooner or later something must go wrong, and the great machinery of life is disordered or overthrown. Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, tho reputation of accomplishing these ends. But the world has been eKrcgiouxly deceived by preparations of it, partly because the drug alone has not all the virtue that is claimed for it, but more because many preparations, pretending to be concentrated extracts of it, contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla, or any thing else. During late years the publio have been mis led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart of Extract of Sarsnparilla for ono dollar. Most of tlieso have been frauds upon the sick, for they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa rilla, but often no curative properties whatev er. Hence, bitter aud puinful disappointment has followed the use of tho various extracts of Sarsaparilla which flood tho market, until the name itself is justly despised, and has become synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still we cull this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the same from tho load of obloquy which rests upon it. And we think we have ground for believing it has virtues which aro irresistible by tho ordinary run of the diseases it is intend ed to cure. In order to sccuro their complete eradication from the system, the remedy should be judiciously tuken according to directions on the bottlu. raiPARXD DT DR. JT. C. AVER A CO. LOWELL, MASS. Pvl.., 1 1 p.r Bottl. Six Bottl.e for $S. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral has won for Itself such a miown for tho cure of very variety of Throat anil Lung Complaint, that it is .utirely unnecessary for us to recount the evidence of its virtues, wherever it has beeu em ployed. As it hns long been in constant use throughout this section, ne need not do more than assure the people its quality U kept up to the best it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to do fur their relief all it has ever been found to do. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, tor tub crs&a oy Coititeiuse, Jaundice, Dytpepsia, Indigestion, Dytentery, Foul Stomach, Enjiipelat, Headache, I'ilei, Rheumatism, Erupt iom and Skin Diseases, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, Tnmors and Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as Dinner Pitt, and for Purifying the Blood. They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi tive can take, them pleasantly, and they sr. the best aperient in the world fur all the purposes of family physic. Frioa 35 cents per Box ; Five boxes for $1.00. Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States men, snd eminent personages, have lent their names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, but our space here will not permit the insertion of them. The Agents below named fur nish gratis our AMRniCAN Al.MANAOin which they aro given ; with also full descriptions of the above complaints, and the treatment that should be fol lowed for their cure. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparations they malco more profit on. Demand Aybk'n. and take no others, I he sirlc want the best aid there is for them, and they should have it. All our remedies are fur sale by A.COOK aad JOHN NICHOLS. Chardon : S. rieid, hast Clandon, Cloveland 4. Son, Bur Ion; J.M. Thompson. Middleneld : Herrick Gaines.Newhury ; C. & C.lt Harmon, Chester A Konus; and by dsalersinmodicineevery where. Howard Association, ' PHILADELPHIA. A Benevolent Institution established bn sveeial Endowment, for the Jlelief of the Sick and Vie tressed. Afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Die- eases, auaesp sciullv lor the Cure of the Sexual Or gans. MbUiGAL, ADVlLfc given gratis, by the Act ing Suraeon.toull who anulvbv letter, with a description of thoir condition, lage, occupation, habits of life, & c.,) and in cases of extreme pover ty, mcatcines lurnisnen ireeoi cnarge. VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermatorrhaia, and other Disease of the Sexual Organs, and Ihe NEW REMEDIES employed In the Dispensa ry, sent to Ihe alllicted In sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Two or three Stamps lor postage will lie accepted Address Dr. J. SKlLLIlJ HOUGHTON. Act ing Surgeon, Howard Association. No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. By order of Directors. E.UA D. HART WELL, OEO. i'AIRCHILD, See's. President. 519yl Kurius tSuckuxustance. SLOAN UNDER TUE COUNTER! SMITH AND OTHERS IN A BOX. TVT ORRIS in aicbt with bis Celebrated J." Arabian Condition Powder, where every owner of Horses and Cattle can at once lind cheap, certain, safe, reliable and best medicine use lor many of the diseases peculiar to such They are a sovereign remedy for Coughs, Colds, Loss of Appetite, Distemper, hide-Bound, Heaves in its first stages, He., 6ca. They gained a decided reputation over all others us.. Try them Pee Circulars. For sale by druggists and merchants in tne country. Also wholesale by the proprietor, at Ibl, Ontario Cleveland, Ohio, to whom ail orders must be G. G. NORRI3, Proprietor. Sold by A. Cook, Chardon.. S81m3 Trusses. TYMIE Undersigned is now prepared JL treat all of the different varieties of Hernia or Rupture, for Radical Cur.. Mora than twenty years' experience, in Ihe treatment of Ihia disease, has demonstrated to me thai a very large propor tion of cases may be cured permanently by proper treatment, and aleo that during ths progress cure, much less inconvenience is suffered by patient than by those using Ihe ordinary truss. now propose to devote a portion ol my time espe cially to Ihe treatment ol this disease, and will found al my Oflice, next door south of ths Disci ples' Church, in Chardon, on (Saturday afternoon of.sch week, and also at other limes, when absent on other business. I will be happy to upon all such as may give mea call. L. A. HAMILTON, M.D. Chardon.May 18th, 1860. MOyt DO.NT forget that we bav.the genuine Burning Oil, for 90 canta eash.whirh is warranted not to cut in the.ys, M7tf WJIK1XS d KELLEY'8. MEDICAL. MEDICAL. C. &. on the a in an imals. have in all at St., ad dressed. to of the J be noi wait PE TROLEUM in at HOSTETTER'S STOMACHBITTERS. Ths proprietors and manufnelnrere of 1109 TETTEll'8 CEI.EHRATED STOMACH HIT TERS can appeal with perfect confidence 10 physicians and rititens generally of the United Slates, because the article has attained a repu tation heretofore unknown. A fow fncta upon this point will speak more powerfully Ihaa volumes of bars assertion or blsioning puffery. The consumption of Hosteller's Stomach Bit ters for the last year amomiled lo over a half million bottles, and from its manifest steady Increase In times past, it Is evident that during the coining year tho consumption will reach Bear one million bottles. This immense amount oould never have been sold but for the rare medicinal properties contained iu the prepara tion, and tho sanction of the most prominent physicians in thoso sections of Ihe country where the article is best known, who not only recommend the Bitters lo their patients, but are ready at all times to give testimonials tolls efficacy in all cases of stomachic derangements and Ihe diseases resulting therefrom. This is not a temporary popularity, obtained by extraordinary efforts in tbe way of trum peting the qualities of the Bitters, but a solid estimation of an invaluable medicine, which is destined to be as enduring as time itself. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters have proved a Godsend to rcgiuus where fever and ague aud various other bilious complaints have counted their victims by hundreds. To be able to state coutidcutly that the ' Bitters" are a certain cure fur tbo Dyspepsia and like diseases, Is to the proprietors a source of un alloyed pleasure. It removes all morbid mutter from tbo stomach, purifies Ihe blood, and imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system. giving it that toue aud energy iudispensable for the restoration of health. It operates upon tbe stomach, liver, and other digestive organs, mildly but powerfully, aud soou restores Ihem toacondition esseuliul to the healthy discharge of Iho functions of nature. Elderly persons may use the Bitters daily as per directions on the bottle, and they will find iu it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort declining years, as it Is pleasant lo the palate, iuvigorating lo the bowols, excellent as a touio, and rejuveualing generally. We have the evi dence of thousands of aged men and women who have experlcuced the benefit of using this preparation while suffering from stomach de rangements and general debility; acting under the advice of physicians, they have abandoned all deleterious drugs and fairly tested Ihe merits of this article. A few words to the gentler sex. There ore certain periods when their cares are so harassing that many of them ink under tbe trial. The relation of mother and child is so absorbingly lender, that the mother, especially if she be young, is apt to forget her own health in ber extreme anxiety for her Infant. Should the period of maternity arrive during Ihe summer season, the wear of body and mind is generally aggravated. Here, then, is a necessity for a stimulant to recupe rate the energies of the system, and enable the mother to bear up under her exhausting trials and responsibilities. Nursing mothers gene rally prefer Ihe Bitters to all othor invigora tors that receive the endorsement of physi cians, because it is agreeable to the taste as well as certain to give a permanent increase of bodily strength. All those persons, to whom we have particu larly referred above, to wit: sufferers from fever and ague, caused by malaria, diarrhoea, dysentery, indigestion, loss of appetite, and all diseases or derangements of the stomach, superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult their own physical welfare by giving to Hos teller's Celebrated Stomach Bitters a trial. CAUTION. We caution the publio against using any of the many Imitations or counter feits, but ask for Hostetter's Celebrated Stohacu Bitters, and see that each bottle bai the words "Dr. J. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters" blown on the side of the bottle, and stamped on the metallic cap covering the cork, and observe that our autograph signature is on the label. - Prepared and sold by HOSTETTEB & BMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all druggists, grocers, and dealers generally throughout the United States, South Ame rica, and Germany. (ErForSale by A. Cook andJ. Nichols. Char don.J. P. Lukcns, East Cluridon.and by Drug gists andOealers genurally. 472yl SANFORD'S Liver laa viirorntor TNKVIOR DEBILITATES. T IS COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY free FROM GUMS, and has become nn established fact, a Standard Medicine, known and approved by all who have used it, and is now resorted to with confidence in all ihe diseases for which it is recommended. It has cured thousandsjSS 'within the last 2 years. who had given up oliShopps ol rcltel. as Ihe numerous, unsolicited,:- certilicates in my pos' session show. rj The dose must beT lauanted to the temper anient of the iadividual x iluking it, and used in such quantities as lo act X L.nll. it,. . I. z, cently on the bowels iet tne dictates ol your judgment guide you in the uso of the i.irr.u i.tivu.uk ATOR, mid it will plnints, liiliouN At- tncka. Dyspepsia, Chronic uinrrnoen, summer coinpimits Dysentery, Dropsy Sour Stomach. Ha bltunl CoNtivriiesN, C hoi i o i Cholera, Cholera Infantum, Choi era lHorbiiM, Flatulence, Jaua nenxeH, and may be llce,f emnle Weak J I'laed successfully as on ORDINARY FAMILY MEDICINE. It will cure SICK HEADACHE, (as thousands can tes tily) IN TWENTY MINUTES, IF TWO OH THREE TEASPOON FULLS ARE TAKEN at commencement ol attack. All who use it are giving their testimony in its favoi. OS-Mix water in the mouth with INVIGORA TOlt. aud swallow boih together. Price One Dollar per Dottle, S A N FOR D S Family Cathartic Fills, COMPOUNDED FROM Pure Vegetable Extracts, and put up in Glass Cases, Air Tight, aud will keep in any climate. The FAMILY CATHARTIC FILL is seen- tic but active Cathartic, which the Proprietor has usea in ins practice lor more inan twenty years. 1 ne constantly in-x tcreasing aemnna irom satisfaction which a 1 1 ie i p r e s s in regard tneir use, n a a inauceu w jnie to place ineni witn in the reach of all. U The Profession wellLiknow that different Cathartics act on dlller-p cnt portions of Ihe bow els. The FAMILY C A-P T H A R T I C PILL has, with due referenceiu, to this well established lact, been compoundodijj Irom a variety of the purest Vegetable E x tracts, which act alike on exery part of the l-l; iimeiitary canal, and areUOOD and SAFE ii u all cases where Cathartic is needed, andifsuch as DERANGE MENTS OK THE W STOMACH, SLEEP INESS, PAINS IN THE BACK and LOINS, COSTIVENEHS, PAIN AND SORENESS OVER THE WHOLE BODY, from sudden cold, which frequently, if neglected, ended in a long course of Fever. LOSS OF APPETITE, CREEPING SENSATION OF COLD OVER THE BODY, RESTLESSNESS, HEADACHE, or WEIGHT IN THE HEAD, all Inflammatory Diseases, Worms in ChWdron or Adults, Rheu matism, a great Purifier of the Blood, and other diseases to which flcah is heir, loo numerous mention in this atlvertlsemeut. Dose 1 to 3. Pit ICE 30 CENTS. JrThe Ltver Invigoratnr snd Family Cathar tic Pills are retailed by A. Cook and Dr. John Nichols. Chardon, Ohio, by Druggists generally, and sold whoesole by the Trade in allthe large towna. S.T. W.SANFORD.M.D., Mannfacturer ami Proprietor, SOS Broadway, (cor. of Fulton si J New York. 423yl German RELIEF PLASTER. ID-RELIEVES pAm oa DISTRESS where ever applied. . IT WILL 81TB A DOCTOR'S BILL!! rrWisiunTiD jca Sold by all Druggist and Country Merchant. PRICE 2 CENTS. , All orders must be addressed to B.H. SANDB.M. Dj Conntsutvlle.Pa. 40ti MEDICAL. to a a to "BIooTpurificr and Blood Tills. DR, ROBACK'8 SCAMMV1REMEDIES. When Dr. Rosace, the celebrated Swedlelj Physician, introduced hisBood Purifier and B'ood Pills in the United States, he set forth in plai longuoge their curative properties. This W years ago. The taBk of recommending them has since been taken ontnf hie hands. Enlightened men whose character for sound judgment and philosophy, gives their opinion weight in the community, men who obeerve, reflect ond make "assurance doubly sure" before they decide are everywhere approving and urging thetipe of those wonderful Preparations. All who confide in the wisdom and honesty of tills ciuss, or who chose to investigate for themseves. aro now of one mind on this important subject. The evidence in ihe possession of Or. Ruback, which is at all times accessible to the publio, establishing the follawe ing FACTS: That the BLOOD PURIFIER ANP BLOOD PlLLS have been proven by analysis lo CONTAIN NO MINEUAL, That they cure the almost universal complatat, DYSPEPSIA, nil unerring certainty, and in a very short, time. That alter all oilier medicines have proven useless they, relieve L1VEU COMPLAINT, and restore the health and strength ol fee sufferer. That SICK I'EJIALES, who have languished for years in helpless wens ness and despondency, recuperate with great rapidity under iheir invigorating operation. Thai all sexual disabilities are removed by their cordial and gently stimulating properties. That they recrsdl (SHATTERED CONSTITUTIONS, however they may have been trifled with and nbused ; that their direct tendency is to lenginM life, and render it enjoyable. That.oporatingdirs.l ly upon the poison ol disease in the blocd, they CAUSE SOON TO 11EAX. end dischnrge from the system, every taint of Scrav. ula, whether hereditary or otherwise, i Bat ttuy It EC II I! IT THE DEBILITATED. ' and that there is no disease of the Stomach and Vowels, the Liver, Ihe Nervous System, the Skin, Ulanus or .Muscles, ARISING FROM IMPURITIES OR OB STRUCTIONS OK THE BLOOD OU SECRETION). which they do not give prompt relief, and, if ad ministered before the very citadel oflite has been invaded, elfei-t a painless and perfect cure. , 1 .1.-. .1.- L'. . M IMM . ,', 1 near in minu uiui viie nnuuiailAil VEGETABLE BLOOD PILLS are endorsed by the experience of thousands ol living witnesses, who, in letters, affidavits, medical works, and by word ol mouth, proclaim them to be the very best preparation of the kind ever olTercd to the broken down victims of ill health. They hunt disease throuuh every avenue and organ of ihe svsteui. and to expel it thoroughly and permanently. no one can aomn tneir superiority alter oae mole trial they are not only better but, ia font. cheaper thnn any other Pills, for it tuk.es a lasa number ol tnem to produce a oelter euect. Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Puri fier, CI por bottle, or $5 per half dozen. Of the Scnndinvian Vegetable Blood Pills, Ho cents per box. or 5 boxes lor f 1. Read Dr. Ruback 's Special Notices end CertitV cates, published in a conspicuous part of this Paper ironi nine iu lime. Dr. Roback's Medical Almanac and Family Adviser. COHIaimns a sreat varietrof interesting and valuable Medical information, can be had gratis of any of his Agents throughout lbs country. In difficult or complicated cuses, Dr Roback may be consulted personally or by letter, enelosr ine one stamp for the reply. Principal Office and Sale Rooms. No. East Fourth Street, 3d building from Main Street, Ciu cinnoti, O. Laboratory in Hammond Street. For Sale in Geauga County by A. Cook, ChaM don ; J. Smith, Thompson ;Geo. Sipt.rs.l'arkmaa,' J. VV. G 4 brett, Montville; H. L. Bishop & Son. Middlehuldt R. r. Birnitt, Runeli; C. & C. R. Harmon & Co., Chester; C. P. Treat, Claridoni A m . v I I . . . " n. ,..A..iibn9, A.c n uui y, iwan IU4IU1K, AW burn; Johnson & Tottle, Burton; E. TueursoK, tiuntsnurg; wm. iviumtord, werclinelu; H. f ex man. Parkmau; YV. Harfam. Bsinbridse. Al f red Fi.iNti, Munson, and by Druggists and Alet chants generally throughout the Uuion. - june loin, jbou. ossyi HEALTH O V AMERICAN WOMEX. From theN. Y. Daibg News Editorial. J We desire local! attention to a letter from Dr- Joshua F. Bridge, on " Health of American Wo men," in another column. He treats th. subject in an able manner, and his skill and suedicaljadaji mem may d. rcucn upon. rom the Albany Evening Express. Marshall's Uterin. Catholicon has proved lobe fully as valuable as it is claimed to be in man severe tests made by medical gentlemen and others. n :.! : I I T: . t i- . ut. uruigju is s regular pnyMciart ui very nn at tainments, a man of great judgment and discrimi nation, a judicious and highly successful practi tioner, in all diseases, csueciallv those of irsmas and children. From Physicians. Marshall's Uterine Catholicon will certainly cure all the diseases for which it is recommended. in the worst cases I have ever met with, Mar shall's Uterine Catholicon is a certain and sole remedy. MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOLICON Is unhesitatingly offered as a reliable remedy for all those complaints to which every woman is liable, and which gradually affect the mind as welt as ihe body, so that to lliink, talk or work be comes alike a source of suffering, if not an impo sibility. Among other complaints for which the Catholicon is a remedy ia'.he railing of the Worabt Whites, Suppressed, Irregular or Painful Men struation, Bloating, Inflammations uid Disease of the Kidneys or Urinary Organa, Retention or Incontinence of Urine, Heartburn, Costiveness Nervousness, Fainting, Palpitations, Cramp, Disturbed r'lerp, and all troubles, organie or syrsr pathetic, connected with the uterine organs. Ladies who are Moulded with any of the sbev symptoms, or with spine, liver or lung complnia w, are invited to address Dr. BRIDGE, with full enn tidence that they will find relief. Marshall's Uter ine Catholicon is nol a quack medicine, but its in gredients have been made known to the Mcdiovrt College, snd they sre at the service of any respect able physician iu the country. Ths price of Marshall's Uterine Calhelieen It One Dollar and a Half per Single Belli. West BenroRD, Coshocton Co., May 14, 1(1)1 Mr. II. B. Kingsley, Sir, I have been selling the medicines of the Graffenberg Company for the last len years, and have invariably found them u give good satisfaction ; and Ihe pills I have sold lo a good many families as regularly as their lea and coffee, and with my trade they become a stspla article. :iarsnairs uterine tatnoucon is medi cine that has done a great amount of good in fe male diseases. One lady I sold it to told me she had received more benefit from on. bottl. then she did from a long course of medical treatment by the most skilful physician. Yours truly, JAMES WILSON. . Jauuary 1st, 1858. MRS. ROBINSON'S CERTIFICATE. Vernon, Trumbull Co., May 1st, 184S. This certifies that I have been in very poor health for years, and found little or no relief alter employing a number of physicians. My disess was Prulapsis Uteri. I had been reduced by that and Flouror Albus until I had become ulcerated to s considerable extent. By the advice of Dr. G. W. Buahnell I procured snd took six bottle e4 Marshall Uterine Catholicon which enabled m to attend to my husband in hi last sickness until he died, which was about a year since. I hav taken three bottles sine his death, which has made me able to labor and support my family of three children. The Catholicon baa nearly restored m to health. It is the only thing thst has mitigated my suffering for which I fell very grateful. MARY E. ROBLNBON. FOR BALE BY A. Cook, Chardon. C. P. Treat, Claridon. . J. E. Williams, Parkmau. II. L. Bishop & Son, Midd'.efleld. D. C. Kellogg, Munson. Henry Cnrnmloga, KusaeJI. Lyman & Scott, Malberrj Corners'. . Herrick Si Gaines, Newbury. Tew & Butts, Rapid. And by Medicine Dealers generallr.thrcugh. out tbe State. 11. B. KINGSLEY, Cleveland. Agent for Ohio. March 18.18W. 4W ra PHARMACVA