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A Man Murders his and
Another Girl and then Commits Suicide. vnetf Ihe mosl frightful end tDliumftn transactions which it has been our lot to record, we enacted last week in the village of Ithaca, Gratiot count, about twenty miles north of this pUce. The re suit of the horriblo transaction which was (he murder of thiee persons, a man aged about forty-6vu and two 'girls of bout seventeen years was discovered on. Friday of last week, in consequence of which that village was thrown into the highest state of excitement. The circum stances attending tliis heart-rending tran saction, as we have 'earned them from persons who reside in that immediate vicinity, Are as follows : Tlio murdered man, whose name was Thnddeus Green, moved into that vicinity about five years ago, where be re suit d some time, and then removed to Ohio. Subsequently, how ever, he retuned, and has since been keeping house at that place with his daugter, hie wife during this time, for reasons which we failed to learn, having left him. On Sunday, I lie 9'.h inst., the daughter of a Mr Taylor, who resided bout five miles distant, went to Green's house (o spend a day or two with the daughter, but, not returning as she had intended, tbe laniiiy very catually became somewhat uneasy about her, when Mr. Tayloa started off to learn the cause of her delay. Upon arriving at Green's Louse, he knocked at tho door, but no re sponse was made. He then attempted to open it, but found it fastened, and. unon looking iuto the window, he discovered a pair of boots standing at tho side of bud, s well as other things which excited his suspicion that all wat not right. Upon inquiring of the neighbors he learned that nothing had been seen of the family eince the previous Sunday, and as ... i i - j . ... . . , vvcryiuiiij; imu rernmnea quiet aooui inc house, it was supposed they were absent 1 nis aroused bis suspicions still more, ami lie, in company with two or three others, immediately proceeded to tbe house, and broke in the door. Upon entering the room, such a sight there preseuted itself to their viow as would mako one's blood run eold to look upon. There upon the bed lay the lifeless forms of two girls, mur dered by blows upon the head from a hatchet which was found nearby. And on further searoh being made, another equally horrid sight arrested their at tention. There upon another bed lay life less the body of the man, with his throat cut from ear to ear, evidently by his own hand, as the knife with which the act had been committed was sticking in the floor at tbe opposite side of the room, as though it had been thrown from the bedside. Considering the circumstances con nected with the affair, as they have reached us, .there can be but ono opinion as to who perpetrated the foul deed, and this, we learn, is the only one which ob tains any credence in that vicinity. It is that the man Green first murdered the two girls, and then, prefurir.g death to the penalty of the law, put the knife to his own throat, thus ending a miserable exist ence. And this belief is strengthened by the fact that the bouse was securely fastened from tho inside, and nothintr could be found indicating that any person or persons had lell the house after the act was committed, liut as to what should bring about such notion on the purt of Green is still more in the dark, and cir cumstances would seem to warrant the belief that the whole matter will ever re main so. Although there are many con jectures and suppositions as to the caube, that there is just fonndation (or any of them we are not aware. Our informant states that Green was a man of limited circumstances, and possed of a rather shiftless disposition, but that otherwise ho bore an ordinarily good character. St, John's Mich ) Republican, Zld. Salaries in the Sixteenth Century. Tbe stipend of John Knox was 400 marks a sum which has been represented us very paltry, and which will appear soou to II wbo entiinuto tho Scotch shilling as equivalent to an English penny. Accord ing to this valuation, Knox's sulary would be in sterling money 32 4s 5d. But tbe fact is that at this time tbe Mannish coinago bad not duprooiatod so much in value Ul timately tho Scotch raonnv full to about a twelfth part of tbe value of tho sterling coin, so that a pound of one was worth no more than Is 8J of tho other. But at the timo wo s poult or the Soottisb monoy, in its dowuward fall, bad reached onlv half nv to this Us lowest (loop, and 400 morks wuro equal to ,. 10 j ot sterling coin. 1 wo cuuipare mis sum otiner wtiu the prleo oi provisions, or with the salarios paid to other Important funotionarios. wa shall find that Knox bad bo roason to complain of his treatment. Comparing it with the prices of grain, Principal Loo, states that Kuox.s salary was equivalent to stipend ol 16 eual dors, wbioti Is above the averago ot uuuenuoi in ocouana. At about mo same lime uorduaux was sold In Scotland for bout 60s sterling, tbe tun. In England She ssmo price for a hogshead of Gascon wine was considered an enormous chargo, and Malmsey wine was sold for4d quart. It appears that in Scotland tho price aneep was is 80. storling, and butter sold lor tod tlio stone. Taking all things into account, it appears that 44 in tho roidtlto or tne lain eoutury Is very nearly eiiuiva lent to 600 Id tbe middle of the 10th. we take tbe comparison from difforen point of view, placing Knox's emoluments beside tboseof other publio meu, it will also vo iouoo. mat ne was exceedingly well paid J no Judges of the court of sosnoo In those days bad smaller salaries than Knox, eae Doing entitled to s little more than sterling. In 1349 tho chief justice of tbo king's bench in England had salary 70. At the accession of Ilonry each Barou of tbe Exchequer had but 40 13s 4d. Roger Aschuin, as Latin secretary to queen Mac -l . I'Ol Ebrohs or thc Press. 'Really,' said a printer, in conversing with a literary man about errors of tbe press, 'gentlemen should not place such unlimited confi dence in the eyesight of our bard-worked and half-blinded readers of proof; for am ashamed to say that we utterly ruined one poet through a ludicrous misprint. 'Indeed I and what , was the unhappy line t 'Why, sir, the poet intended to say: "Boo tbe pate martyr in his sheet of Cro instead of which we made him say : "See tbe pale martyr with bis shirt on fire!" The erities were down fierce on the poet ; but we dont see why. A man 'with Lis shirt on fire' must be a highly poeti cal object, as his life would be in immi nent danger. . The Gaines Case. The celebrated Gainei case h been decided by the U. S. Supreme oourt in fnvor 6f Aire. Gaines H'" placing that lady, after a slrueule of many yeiirs du ration, in possession of property variously estimated at from two to fifteen miliums of dollars. The history in brief, of this re markable case is as follows : Zulieme Carriers, a beautiful French girl, had been entrapped into a marriage " - "-"-'K"! who represented himself lobe a 1- rcncli Count. On reHcliintr Philadelphia she' discovered that He Crimen was a married man nnd confectioner; Zulieme fled from her felncer, nnd became acquuiuted wiili Daniel Clark, one of the early settlers of Louisiana, and n man of extraordinary business tact nnd energy. This inetlini' WnS in 10O2. Clark soon after married the handsome French ijirl, but the mar riuge was kept a secret. In 1QUU Myra, now Mrs. Guinea whr born. Soon after the biilh of her child, Zulieme became anxious to have tier mnniagit with Ciark made public, and she left for New Orleans to obtain proof of her husband's villainy. Clark, now an influential politician, took advantage of her absence to pay his au dresses to Miss Caton, grand daughter of Shanes Carroll. An rnua;ement was contracted, but Miss Caton discovered ! that Mark was Already mnmed, and the match was broken off. Miss Caton after wards became the Marchioness of Welles lay, On her return to Philadelphia, Zulieme discovered this new blow to her happiness. She at once set about proving her marriage to Clark, hut found that he had destroyed al! the evidences of the fact that lay within his reach. Poor and helpless the strug gled on with her child until she met with Dr. Gardelte, who learned lier story, offered her his band, and was accepted. Clark soon After sought a reconciliation with Zulieme, but was too late. He ob tuiued possession of their child and had H brought up by a friend, every care being taken of lier education. Clark became immensely wealthy, and on his death in 1813, left the whole of his property to his mother, naming Beverly Chew and Rich ard llelf, bankers of New Orleans, as his executors. About the year 1831, Myra Clark, who hud then become Mrs. Whit ney, took steps to establish her legitimacy and obtain her shnie of the properly. The case was hoily contested, and dragged its blow length along until the unfortunate lady was beggared. Her second husband. General Gaines, pushed her claims with vigor, but without success. As a last resort, Mrs. Gaines, now again a widow, brought the entire case belore the United States Supreme Court, And here, at the last possible stage of the con tent, she has become victorious. Mrs. Gaines is now in her Gfty-Qfth year, enjoys good health, and has kept up her cpirits and good humor throughout the thirty years' desperate legal struggle in which she has been engnged. by the decision she has established her legit imacy, nnd become the possessor of prop erty of immense value, principally in the city o! Mew Orleans. J he Court, in giving the decree, said that measures wonld be at once taken to enforce tlio decree. The Louisiana act of secession does not affect the Gaines decision, us ali peuding suits in the I'nited Slates Court, vhich residents of tnat State were oon- cerned, were exempted from interference. Mr. Yancey's Exiled Partner. Mr. Yancey once lived in Wotumpka, Abi. He had a' law partner there, S. S. Tliaren Esq. Durim; the Presidential canvass last year Mr. Tliaren co operated wub the conservatives, against the disun ion precipitators, buusedueully to the secession of Alabama, be gave expression to the opinion ill lit ll.o nun slaveholders in the buile would not be benehtled by the dissolution of the Union, and that if they were allowed the independent ex piesMon of their views they would be lound on the side of the Union. He went further, and like the disunionists, at tempted to get up an organization to give practical force to his views. This was too much. The disunionists milit get up leagues to break up the Union, but it would not do fur Mr. 1 uaren to get up a eague to save the Uuion. The devil was to pay, immediately, Mr. Xharen was placed in the hnnde of the Regulators, tried, and expelled from the State, being denied the privilege even of visiting his wife and children belore he departed. lie is now a political refugee, and has found an asylum from opposition under the flag oi tbe tree, the star spangled ban ner. Such occurrences as these are not well calculated to commend the Cotton Slate Confederacy to the good opinion of people w no nave some sentiment, al least, ol freedom left. XuJtville Patriot. If 30 of I I" JUININO ON THB CANADA CHORE OV Lakes Huron ano Superior Tho To routo Globe says that His Excellency the uovernor-Uuneral has been pleased to direot that lor mining purposes, tracts comprising not more than lour uuudreu acres each, to be granted to parties apply ing for the same, at the rate of one dollar per acre, to be paid in full on tbe salo the applicant furnishing plan and des cription of the locality to this Depart ment, and on condition that such mineral location be worked within one year from the dale of said grants; that uo Palcu Iberool issue until two years from tne date of iho-purohase, and then only upon prooi innt tne purchaser or his assignee has continued to work said location bona fide for at least one year previously; that me lee ol 9 1UU, lor permihSion to explore now charged, be abolished; that locatious be sold to the first applicant agreeing the terms specified!above; and that these regulations shall not apply to mines goia or suver. inese regulations are an Important step towards developing the the riches of Lake Superior, We have no doubt that the present decade will wit oess a wonderful change in that region. Ons of tbe desisos for a national flan for the Southern Confedertcy sent io mo congress committee wonderfully appropriate loo tepresents a lot of rattle. souses ued together by their tails, with bale or cotton on one aide and a iutr w lucuiuer. it was not accepted but thrown aside io disgust believed be the invention of the d or Horaee ureeiey ot ijo. Mr. Yancey's Exiled Partner. A New Type-Setter---Willis Describes a Wonderful Machine. Willis, In his last letter to tbe Home Journal, says tho machino "to Insert a pig at ono end and grind out sausages at tbe oihor," is really 'slow' in' comparison with the 001 invontion for sotting type a visit to which was tho object of ono of bis re cent walks iu Now York I 'Atdon's type softer not only can sot typo as fust os wight men. but distributes, or restores io lliuirplac.es tlio same amount by iho samo proems an aulnrccuporntinn nf ouiltiv, which is wondrous to behove ffor an editor, at loast,) may boa possible priu uipiu in nuiuro : Tho tvpo-Butter Is worked like a piano, by placing on keys the mere touch on the koy, for tlio lottor A, lor inaltiiico, being instead of iho old Cushion of Inking up thai lotiur with tho fingors turning it light end up ami right si'lo in front, uud putting it into the line, 10 bo niljuBtud "Ull spaces, II is a revolving tabln ot braos Iho inuoliiuo worked by the smallest stoam powor, anil tbe cost is ubout littunn hundred dolluis. It would clour itself, ot courso. by Iho saving of labor, (to say nothing of the acceleration of work to which speed is necessary.) in a vory short time. Without going into a par ticular description nf tho machinery, I may say, as ono who lias boon it woll taught typo junior himsolt. that it seemed to me us" tho lucoinotivu seoms to the stngo drivor. or Iho stoam'jiint to the puddler ot iho cmioo an fimpoesiuio neskieraiuiu brought imruc-u loualy to pass, Perhaps tho curiously ingenious part ot the invention is that which gives tho com positor a etiunce to (cratch his head or in dulgo in a revery, speuk to his friend or light his cigar, mend tho grammar or criti cise tho 'copy' obviating, that is to say, tho necessity of rigidly keeping up with tlio unvarying steam propulsion of the machine. This Is dono by a register wheol, which makes signals for I lm letters helot o they aio tuken, and which will allow as many as sxiy to accumulate before they are depos ed of with no hindrance to tho action of tho machinery. Could anything bo uioro like a brain turned into brass. Tho Inventor of this wonderful affuir, Timothy Aldnn, was a practical printer : and to it hits devoted twonty years, dying, wiiuii no nud at last perlected it Ins brain and nerves giving way to tho diseusos of ovor-coneoiilration of thought and will How ninny men are victims, in thoso fnet days, to this kind nf over-tuekitig 1 Yel Aldun lived enough of a lifo, incus u red by benefits to his nice. What wero tho event less centuries of Muthusnlch, (us good to tho world,) in comparison with the twenty year invention of the Massachusetts type setter ?' True Hearts. Hearts are of soveral kinds and of widuly dill'orent nuturus. First, thoru urn wullud up hearts; and theso are of two kinds; ubout one kind tbo wall is high and strong anil lo surmount it is a work of extreme difficulty; but if vou got iiiBido you bavo entered Eden. Fragrant, and sweet, and lair, as iho visions seen in dreams, is that enclosed gardoti ; and it is worth bard la bor to gain admission there. The oihor has a wall as high and strong, uud full as hard to gut over; and when at lust, wiili torn Hash und dislocated joints, you huvo sculod it, you wish you hadn't, for thoru is nothing inside but rocks and cold water. Tho troublo with tbuso two des criptions of hearts is that 'tis impossible to distinguish the ono from tho other until you huvo almost woru yuursolf out iu climbicg the walls. Another kind of heart is that which huv ing nothing to fuuco it in, lies open to the pussugo of all men and cuttle; a wusto, uu Iruitlul tiold, of no uso to anybody, and loss to its owner. But thoro is another kind ol heart a rare creation, but a ruul one whose walls uro low ami almost hid by How on. The birds in uk o thoir Hosts iu it and sing as thoy swing upon its swaying and fes tooning vines, lioyoud tho wall, itsolf a thing of frugruueo, beauty and joy, lio the enchaining gardens. Delightful bowers in vito tho wayworn traveler to onlor and ro poso, Spirits of lovo and beauty beckon tlio sad and lonely ouus to tho least of souls, and a charmed light uud g'ory hover on the whulo joyous uir. This is the true typo of noun. A Queen's Connubial Love. Sive her husband, she really cared for no crea'ed bein;. Shu was cood enough o her children nnd even fond enough ol them ; but she would chon them all ud nto little pieces to please him. Iu her in tercourse wuh ulJ around her, she was perlectly kind, gracious and natural : but li lends may die, daughters may depart, she will be us perfectly kind and gracious io tho next el. If the kinir wauls her, rhu will smile upon him, be she ever so iu ; ecu walk with turn, be she ever ao weary ; and Inugh ut his brutal jokes, be she in ever so much pain of body or heart Caroline s devotion to her husband is prodigy lo read of. What charm had the little man ? What was there in those wonderful letters of thirty pages long, which he sent her when he was absent, and to his mistress at Hanover, when was iu London with his wife ? Why did Caroline, the most lovely and accom plished princess of Germany, lake a little red-faced, staring princeling for a husband, and refuse an emperor ? Why to her last hour, did she love him so ? She killed herself because Blie loved him so. She had the gout, and would plunge her feet in cold water in order lo walk with him. With the film of death over her eyes, writhing in intolerable pain, she yet bad a livid smile tiud a geulle word for her master. 1 hackery. to of to a to Tub Jews The Jews themselves have uot preserved evury where their primitive color. Iu tbo Northern countries they white; in Uorinany many of them bavo rd hoards; in Portuiul they are tawny. the province of Cochin China, whore number of them have sotilod, thev have black skins, thoy do not contract "marria ges with foreigners. Pilchard savs that (here is also at Matluchcri a colony white Jows ; and lastly there are black jows dwelling in Africa, in'the kingdom of onsa. Thus great varieties of color have been producud among these people during eighteen eenturies, but no change bas oc curred in their cast or. featuro, habits ideas. Undnr a black skin or whito, ob survel Gon, Duutnus, In Soudun, In the Sa hara, or tbe sea-coast towns, everywhere Jows have tho sumo Instincts, and two-fold aptitudo for language and commoroe. Color, then, Is not a ft sod characteristic The Duchess of Kent, mother to present Quoen of England, died ou tbe 21st of March. Mathsuatics To produce dititio familios, multiply jealouiios. MERCANTILE. a he are Iu a of U. or tho lo Fast Time! OF THE SEASON. nesvills overrun with Dry Goods! Consequently MUST BE SOLI) CHEAP!! DON'T GO TO r LEV ELAND F'lJl YOU II GOODS, FOR THEY CAN BE SOLD 10 Per Cent. Cheaper THAN IN CLEVELAND! Wttlll CO. V It E prepared to offer to their Genucn Cnun'y Irleinis great inducements in j)ry Goods, Groeefiea. Boole and hocs. We respectftdly mlicil your nntronnpe. nnd will gnnraiitte entire sniivlnvtinn in price. We are veiling liood !U nrlit-d nnd llrnwn (.'utions for 6K ceius; Good FAST COL'D HUNTS for 8 cts. Good 25 cent Do Lnlnos for "H cents j Good 25 cent Berrge Auglaize " " Poplins 37lct. for 25 cts.; Kentucky Jeans worili 25 cents for 18 X cents; An excellent qimliiy of 75 cent Tea selling for 50 cents; everything the accordingly. TEdci-ire to call tlio utlculion of dm Ladies to our Silk Department, whleh comprises the Largest and Best Selected Slock ever brought into I'uineevile. CO W o oi o 03 PLAIN, BROCADE, REPS. GRODE CROSS, ARMfJRE and PAUDESOI, Fancy Silks, Black Ground Chinu Figure Bnyiudere Stripes very cheap; VLAIN SOLID COL0HS. . Brown and Bock DUOUVET, iMurcelsines in all colors, Very clojjnnl Velours, Paris Printed Merinoes, Printed Wood Delaines, Printed foliurgs, Pouf do Clicvre. Tod do Lind, Elegant Poplins, VALEXCIAS, DELA1XES, dt Prints, 'ill find in very choice put- Which you terns. Cloth Departuicut. Fit EX CI1 A XD ENGLISH CASSIMERES, BLACK db COL OR 2D CLOTHS, SILK, PLUSH AND VELVET - Vestings, SAT1NETTS, UXIOX Cloths. Kentucky Jeans, DRILLINGS, CAXADA GHATS AXD CHEAP BEAVERS. ,,ave 9ot afuM o'tJ complete Stock HOSIERY, Gloves, KID GLOVES and GUANTLETS; RIBBONS, R1BB OX TRIM2IIXGS, GIMPS, CORDS, BRAIDS, SILK BUTTONS, SILK J WORSTED DRESS DUA1DS, BLACK LACE TRIMMINGS. BLACK & COL ORED FRINGES, CORD 4. TASSELS FOR TRIMMINGS, BELTS 4. Belt Ribbons, Girdles Velvet, Satin anil Tafluta Ribbon., . . . ., Muslin Si Cam bric Embroidery. Tlirend aud Valencenes Laces vonon ana i.incn i.aces. Wash Blond. Joint B'ond it. Ruches, Joconcits, Swiss Muslin, Bishop Sl Victoria LA WNS, Crimjied DIMITY, BOOKMVSL1X. a c l pXENHDRfS ol all grades Zepliyrs, Split Zephyrs. Shetland Woo, and ciik x :j r r. . . Imported Yarns, bilk Braids for Crocheting ..., , , Crochei Braid & Cord, Crochet Needles.oi all sixes,and a thousand oilier article.. Hoots anil Shoes At Fifty per Cent, less than ordinary Prices. yE art also prepared to do a Jobbing Trade, And will offer Oresi Inducements to COUNTRY MERCHANT8. WILCOX fe CO. 3mfknitNaf St. arar fsWie Stuart, faint- utile , 7tf mum MERCANTILE. MEDICAL. ' ScrofUla, or King's Evil, Is a constitutional diwaie, a corruption of the blood, by which this lluiil become vitiutcd, weak, and poor. ) ing in the circulation, it pervades the whole body, uud may hurst out in disrate on any pint of it. No orfftm i free from its attack, nor is there ono which it tuny not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously caused hy mercurial diacanc, low living, dis ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, tilth and filthy lmhits, the depraving vices, and, ahovo all, by the venereal Infection. What ever bo its origin, It is hereditary in the con stitution, descending " from parents to children unto thc third and fourth generation;" indeed, it seems to be the rod of llim who says, "I will visit the iiiiiiuities of the fathers' upon their children." Its effects commence !v depo-ition from tho ,, i .. .... uiimu oi corrupt or ulcerous matter, w lot n, in tlio lungs, nver, and internal orgnns, is termed tubercles; in the glands, gwcllini;s; mid on the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor ruption, which genders in tho blood, depresses tlio energies of life, Ml that scrofulous constitu tions not only suffer from scrofulous com plaints, but tiiey have far less power to with, stand tlio attacks of other diseases; conse quently vut numbers piiUh liv dUordcrs w hich, altlmimli not scrofulous in their nature, arc still rendered futul by this taint in tho system. Most of tho consumption whieh de cimates the human family has its origin directly in thU MTofulous contamination ; nnd many destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain, nnd, indeed, of nil the organs, uri.u fiuni or aro aggravated by tlio same cause. Ono quarter of (ill our people nrc scrofulous; their persons aro invaded by this lurking in fection, and their health is undermined by it. To cleanse, it from the system we must renovate the blood hy an alterative medicine, nnd in vigorato it hy healthy fond and exercise. Such a medicine wo supply in AVER'S Compound Extract of Sarsnparilla, the most effectual remedy whieh the medual skill nf our times can devise for this every where prevailing and fatal malady, t is com bined from the most active, rcmediiils that have been discovered for the expurgation of this foul disorder from the blood, nod the rescue of the system from its destructive consequence. Hence it should bo employed for the cure of not only licrofiilu, but also those other affec tions which nri.se from it, such as Cucptivb nnd Skim Diseases, St. Antiionv's Finn, ltosn, or Kursti'P.LAs, Fimi'i.ks, I'i'stoi.ks, Bl.OTCIIKS, lll.AIN.Hliml llnii.s.Ti'Moiis, Tettkh and Salt Hiihuw, Scm.d Ui:ai, Hinowoum, Kiir.UMATiAM, Svriiu.rric nnd Miaict uiAL III kasks, Diioesv, Dvsi'iirsiA, DKMl.rrv, nnd, indeed, ai.i. Court. unts aiusino hiom Vitia ted ou Impuhk Hi. (inn. The popular belief ill impurity tf the blood " is founded iu truth, for scrofula isa degeneration of the Mood. The particular purpose and virtue of this Sai'siipa rillu is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid, without which sound health U im;osiblc ill couuuuiiiUtcd constitution.. A'S'EB'S Ague Cxire5 roil THE MEtTY CURE OF Intermittent Fever or Fever and Agar, ltrmittrut Fvfr, Chill Fever, lumb Ai;uf, Periodical I (endue It c, or Itilloue Ileititnclic uud LEU Ion l-'rvt m, liuleeil for tlie wliiie tin hi of lilatrnwen orlimtt luff In Itlllury drrnii( ment, i aiiNeil by Die MulnA-lu of M la m title Countries. We nro cnnUtil here to ofTiT the community a remedy whu-ri, wiult it euros tho ulmvc eoinplniiitB with certainty, i mill perfectly iiDnult'HS in any quantity, bucli n rnncuy i invaluable iu district where these nlliit tiiiK uisuruVri )revnil. 'lliitt "CtritR" expel tho iniiiMiiulic potMjn of Fkykii ami Adi'K fi'iiu the synlfin, iu.d prceuti tho tit veloimunt of the diseiiM, if taken ou the llr.-'t nn proiii h of it premonitory wynipitMiia. It is not only tlio heiit remedy ever yet aim-ovcred fur this elnss of Rouiphuutit, hut nlbO tho eheapeht. The In roe quantity c supply for n clolliir l.rintj it within the reiteti nf evry houy ; ana in iHlioutdintm-M, where i:vri ami AtsiTA prevails, every hodv Miould have it anu use it freely both f r cuic anil vit,lte tion. A meat superiority of thU remedy over any other ever discovered fur the speedy uud cerl:iiii cure of lntermitteuts is tint it contains no Uniuino or mineral, consequently it produce no quinism or other injurious eJlectt whatever upon the eomlilu-' tion. Ihoac cured by it are left uu healthy u if thev had never hud the dUenne, iV'ver und Akuc is notulune the ron,oquenre of thc miaMuatio poison. A filial variety of disor der arise frmu its iiritatinn, nmoiitf whirh are AVisTRf'fit, UiuuHHttiiVi, (Jtwft Headache, Ulhtti iir.u, 'luothitcw, Enravhe, Cati'rih, Asiitun, I:ol jiitutfmi, luinful Affection of the Spleen, I?!.t v tc, 7 'rim itt the tlow.'h, t 'oilc, Iurnli.ii end lh ranirntritt of t'te Stumarh, all of which, when originating in thU c;iiim-. put on the ihtcrmittrht tjpe, nr become periodical. ThU " Urnn ' expels the poison troiu iiu uioou, nnd consequently cures them all alike. It is art imaliuihle protection to immitfniuts and pet-sunn travelling or temporarily residing in the malarious district. If taken octra it'iiiully or fUily while exposed to the infection, that will lift excreted from thc KVfttein, and cannot accumulate in ftolUcicnt quantity to ripen into dis ease, llcnec it i even more valuable for protec tion than cure, and ftnv will ever (tutfer from Inter iniltentH if ihpy avail thaucives of the protectioa this remedy ailurds. Prepared bv Dr. J. C. AYEXl &, CO., Lowell, Uasi. A.COOK ami JOHN NICHOLS. Chnrdon ; C S. Field. E:al Cluridon Cleveland He Hon, IJur t.n; J.iM, 'i'h.inidon, Middle-lield : Herrick &l Oniuea.Newhury ; ('. & C.li lit. rnion, Cluster Kundt; unUhydoalorriiiinioihciiieuverywIioto. Howard Association, riiiLAUEi.riiiA. A Benevolent InntitutivH etttiblUhtd by tptcial Jliitluwmrlil.Jur the tirliej of lite oicA una Ut. tresntd, Ajjlicted with Ytntleiit aud Epidtuuc Uit- tutet, una ttteciulty fortlte L tire tJ the oexuat Ur gnu. 1 ED1CAL ADVICE given gratis, bythe Act IT L ing Surgeon, toall who apply by letter, with a description of llie i r condition, age, occupation, habits ol lile, &c.,) und incase, ol extreme pover ty, medicines lurnislieil tree ot cliarge. VALUABLE KKfOllTS on Sucrmatorrhain and other Diseases of the S xual Organs, and ou theNEW ItEMKIJlIvS mnloved in l ie Uifoensa rv. cent to llie nfllicted in sealed letter enveloocs. free ol chargo, '1'wo ur litres Slumps lor potiago win neacceptea AddreDr. J. SK1LMN HOl'GHTON. Act ing Surgeon, Howard Association. No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, l'a. By order of the Uirectors. KZItA D. II ART WELL, UEO. FAIRCHILD, &e'. frc,d,t. S19yl Kurius Suckumstance. SLOAN UNDER. THE COl'NTEIl! SMITH AND OTHERS IN A BOX. N ORRIS in sight with his Celebrated Arabian Condition Powder, where every owner ol' Horse, and Cattle can nl once rind cheap, certain, safe, reliable and best medicine in use ir many oi ine uiseuscs pccuiiai to nucli an iioals. They are a sovereign remedy for Ci.yglit, Culdt. Lo of Anpetitr. Dftrmiirr, hide. Bound. Iltavet ill its first singes, &.C., die. ThcyTiuvc gained a decided reputntinn over all oilier, in uso. Try tliem See Circulars. For snlu hy u aruggisisonu nierciiaiits in me couutry. Alsoal wliolusulebv iho proprietor, al llil, OntnrioSt., Cleveland, Uluo.io whom nil onlers must bead dressed. U. G. NORK1S, Propria Mr. Sold by A. Cook, Chutdon. 581ni3 Triasses. tyyllE Undersigned is now prepared to I treat all ol the dill'orent variolic, of Hernia or Kupiure, tor Kodical Lure. More than twenty vear.' experience, in the treatment of this disease, has demonstrated lo me thai a very large propor tion ofca.es may be cured permanently bv urounr lr.atm.nl, nd alto that during th progress of cure, niucn ie.a inconvenience 1. suiiereo? oy tne patient than by those using the ordinary trusa. j now propose lo devote a portion ol my time espe cially to the treatment of this disease, and will be found al my Office, next door south of th. Disci ples' Church, in Chardon, on Saturday afternoon of each week, and also at oilier limes, when no) absent on other busineu, . I wiU be happy to wail upou all such asmn gfvsmea call. L. A. HAMILTON,' M. D. Ch.rdon.May ISlh,18oO. S40yl DO.NTforaet that we have the genuine PE TROLEUM Burning Oil, for 90 cent, in ca.h. which is warranted not locul In Ihrevp, at 7Ttf lZZiifAJifKElLCVU MEDICAL. n II HOSTETTER'S STOimjlJIITTERS. Th proprietors snd niauufacturcrsof 1108- TirnEit a iklkuiia rtu btumach uit- TKI'd can oppeal with perfect confidence to physicians and cititeiis generally of lite Cnilcd btates, hecausc the article lias attained it repu tation lioreioforo unknown. A few fncts upon tliH point will speak more powerfully Hum Volumes of baro assertion or blazoning puflery. The coimuinption of lloMellcr's 8iouiacli Hit ters for the last year amounted lo over ft lialf ruillion bottles, and from, its manifest slcailjr increase iu times past, It is evident thai during tlio coming .vear ilio connunipiloti will reach nenrouo million bottles. This immense amount cnulil never have been sohl but for the raro tiicilicinal prnperiics contained in the prepara tion, nnd I lie sanction of the niont prominent physicians in those sections of llie country where I lie tiriiclc is best known, who uot only recommend I lie liitlcrs lo llieir patients, but are ready ut all limes to give testimonials lo its tllicaey iu nil cases of ptotnncliie derangements and llie diseases resulting therefrom. This is not a temporary popularity, ohlnined by extraordinary efforts in Iho way of Irum !ciiug llie ipialiiics nf llie liillers, but a Solid eslimatlon of su invaluable medicine, which is destined lo be as enduring as time iiself. Hosteller's Sioinucli Hitters havo proved a Godsend lo regions where fever aini ngue and various other bilious complaints have counted their victims by hundreds. To be ftliic lo slate confidently that the "Bill el s" are n certain cure for the Dyspepsia nnd like diseases, is lo I ho proprietors n source of un alloyed pleasure. It removes all morbid mutter from Iho siomnch, purifies the blood, and Imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system, giving it that tone nnd energy indispensable for the restoration of health. It operates upou the stomach, liver, and other digestive organs, mildly but powerfully, and soon restorer them to condition essential to ll.u hcullhy diacliurgo tho runct ions of nature. Khlerly persons may use llie Hitlers daily ns per dircclions on the bottle, nnd they will lind iu it nsiiniulaut peculiarly adapted lo comfort declining years, as it la pleasant lo the palate, iuvigoraiiug lo the bowels, excellent as a tonic, ami rejuvenating generally. Via have the evi dence of thousand of aged mcu nnd women wlio have experienced thchcnelil of using this preparation while sult'ering from stomach do rangeniciils and general debility ; ncllug under tho advice of physicians, they have abandoned nil deleterious drugs und fairly tested the merits of this article. A few words 10 tho gentler sex. There are certain periods w hen their cures aro so harassing thai many of llicin sink under the trial. The relation of mother and child is so absorbingly lender, that I he mother, especially if she be young, is apt to forget her own health in her extreme anxiety for lier infant. Should the period of maternity arrive during the summer season, the wear of body nnd mind is generally nggrnvalcd. Here, then, is a necessity for a stimulant lo recupe rate tho energies of llie system, nnd enable the mother Iu bear up under her exhausting trials and responsibilities. Nursing mm hers gene rally prefer the liitlcrs lo all other iuvigora tors that receive the endorsement of physi cians, because it is agreeable lo the tuslo ns well as certain to givo u pciuiiiuciit iucrcaso Of bodily strength. All those persons, to whom wo have particu larly referred above, to wit : still cms from fever and ague, caused by malaria, diarrhcen, dysentery, indigestion, loss of nppelilc, and all discuses or ilcvnngcnienlH of Iho stomach, superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult their own physical welfaro by giving lo Hos teller's Celebrated Stomach Uilleis a trial. CAUTION7. Wo cauliuti the public against using nny of tho many imitations or counter feits, but nsk for Hostkttku's Cclkuratku Stomach Bittkiis, and sec that each bottle has tho words "Dr.J. Hosteller's Stomach liitlcrs" blown on the Bide of the bolilc, and stamped ou the metallic cap covering the cork, and observe that our autograph siuaturo is ou tho label. Prepared and sold by HOSTETTEH BMITH, Pittsburgh, Fa., and sold by all druKKists, grocers, and dealers generally throughout the United Btatos, Eioutu, 4mo lies, and Uormany. OCrl'orSale bv A. Cook andj. Nicholf .Char- don,.!. I. Lukeits, East Claridon.aiid by Drug gists and Dealers generally. i'2y SANFORD'S T NEVE It IJEUIi.ri'A'i 'ICS. T IS COMl'OUNDEU ENTIRELY free FROM UL'.MS.und has become on established fact, a Standard Medicine, known uud approved by all who have u:ed it, nnd is now resoited lo with continence iu ull the discuses tor which it is rceouimeuded. It hascured thousands:.': wii nn tho last 2 vears. who hud given up ulliwlliopes of relief, us llie numerous, unsoliciicil . certiticalcs iu my pos- session 6llOW, Tho dose must hr 'adapted to the temper Z taking ii, nnd used in 'gemly on tho bowels. f your juilgment guide il.lVI'.lt I.MV K.OU- anient ot the individual Buch (pintitities as lo aci Lot the dictates ol you in llie uso of llu ATOK, nml it will LHIC 1.IU I VU III it Hints, Dillons Al neks, JJynpcpMiu, mi m mer eunipliiuls Sour Slomiu U, tin C Iiu 1 1 o , t bolorii, Chulfriiliifiiiituiu, t liroiiiu Diiiri lioeu, Dyscntei Vi Ihuusy bltuill Cosliv rness. Choi ern illoibns. 1'lHliiicncc, Jhu ii- dic,F:niHl Weuk J !ised suecessfullv as on nrHi.es, ami mny ie ORDINARY FAMILY MEDICINE. It will cure SILK HEADACli E. (as thousands con tes tily) IN TWENTY MINUTES, IF TWO OR THREE TEASPOONFULLS ARE TAKEN ut commencement of auack. All who use it are giving their testimony in its favor. SCrMix water in the mouth with LNV1GOR.V TOR. nud .vialow both logelher. Price One Dollur per IJottle. A ISO SA N FORD'S Fii in i I v Ciillinrlic Pills, COMPOUNDED FROM Pure Ytgttnbtt Extract!, aud put up in Glatt CaMrt, Atr Tight, and will krep in any climate. The FAMILY CATHARTIC PILL is a gen tfe but active Caihurlic, which the Proprietor has usea in ins practice lor more man twenty years. The constantly iu-i, (creasing demand from lliose who nave ,'ong , saiialaction which a I their use, haa induced in the reach of all. L The Prtifession well; Cathartics act on dilfer-F tls. used the PlLIS.and the express in regard to me to place uieiii wiin- know that different cut portions of the bow- The FAMILY CA-! THART1C PILL has, with due reference 'to this well established fact, been compounded - Irutn S variety of the purest Vegetable E x ; jtroets, w..)ch act alike on eiery port nl ihe ol-;-Iiniemary" can I, aud are GOOD and SAFEiiu all cases where 0 Cathartic is needed, aml'" Isuch as DKRANui" M E N T S OF THE V jS TOMACH, SLEEP INESS. PAINS IN THE BACK and LOINS, COST1VENESS, PAIN AND SORENESS OVER THE WHOLE BODY, from sudden cold, which frequently, if neglected, ended in a long course of Fever. LOSS OF APPETITE, a CREEPING SENSATION OF COLD OVER THE BODY. RESTLESSNESS, HEADACHE, or WEIGHT IN THE HEAU.oll lullainnialory Diseases, Worms in Children or Ailuis, Rheu matism, a great Puiifier of ihe Blood, and other diseases to which flesh is heir, too numerous to mcilliou 111 tins advertisement. Dose 1 10 J 1' It ICE 30 CENTS. ftThe I.tver Invigorulnr and Family Cathar tic Pill are retailed by A.Cook and Dr. John Nichols. Churdon. Ohio, by Druggists eeneralv. snd sold whoJcsole by the Trade in all the large towns. S.T. W.SANFORD.M.D., Manmaclurer snu rroprielor, 208 Broadway, (cor. of Fulton al.,) New York 423yl German RELIEF PLASTER. ID-RELIEVES PAIN OR DISTRESS when ever applied. IT WILL SATE A DOCTOR'S BILL!! fcTWiSiUN-nn 4 Sold by all Druggist aud Country Merchants. PRICE 21 CENTS. All orders must be addressed to E.II. SANDB.M. D . Couneautvil;.,Ps. tots' MEDICAL. Blood ruriflcf and Blood rilU. DR, ROBACK'S When Dr. Tvhuack, Iho celebrated Sweilisll riiysicion, introduced his Bood Purifier and U'ood Pills in llin United Slates, he set (orth in plain Innguoge their curniive properties.. This w years ago. The tusk ol recommending them hn. since been takm nut i f hit hiihdn. I nlighti'tied men whose character for sound jmliuttil and phiosophy, gives their opinion weight in the community, men who ohi-rrvc, r, fli el nnd make "assurance doubly sure" before thry dick'o tre everywhere npproving and urging the it, c of ihosa womtorlui rrepnr.niuns. All v. no tonnoe in ins wisdom nnd honesty ol ihts cnss. or who chose lo investigate for themsWves. nro now of onr mind on ilii important subject. The cviilcuco in the possession of Or Roback, which is at all limes accessible to tlio public, establishing the follow; ing FACTSt Thnt the BLOOD PURIFIER AND BLC0 PILLS hnvo been proven bv nunvsis to CONTAIN NU 91 1 N Ell A L. That they cure tlio almost universal complalai, DYSPEPSIA, pith vnrrrinp ctrloitily, and in a vory ahert lime. Thnt after allothcr medicines have provsfl usulcss they, relieve LIVEIt COMPLAINT, and restore the health and .trengili ot ten saOcrert That SICK FEMALES, who have languished fur years in help'ese weak ness nnd despondency, rccupernte with greti rapidity under ihcir iuvigoruting otieration. That all sexual disnbililios nre removed by their cordial and gently stimulating proper tics.Tlm I they recruit SIIATTEUED COASTITVTIONH, however they may have been lr'.' . with end nliused; thai their direct tendency ia to lengthen lile, and render it enjoyuulo. Thut,operating direot ly upon the poison ol dittate in the bloid, llioy CAUSE SOON TO HEAL, nnd dischnrge from the system, every tuinf of Scro-' fula, whether hereditary or otherwise. That ibey nECItUIT THE DEIilMTATEU, and that there is no disease of the Stomach nuj Bowels, the Liver, the Nervous System, the Skin, Ulunde or Muscles, akisim; FiioMiMPiritiTiEtt on on- STKI'CTIUNS OF Til K ISLUUU OU sec i:i:tioms, which they do not give prompt rrlirf, nnd, ifsd ministered before tho very citadel ol'liie lias Ueu invaded, rjfert a paiule und prrfrrt rurc. Bear in mind thai the SCANDINAVIAN VEGETABLE BLOOD PILLS ore endorsed by the experience of thousands ol living witnesses, who, in letters, utfiduvits, medical works, and by word ol niouili, proclaim them lo be the very best prep irntion ol the kind ever offered io the broken down victims of ill health. They hum disease through every avenue and organ uf tho system, and lo expel ii thoroughly and permanently. No one can duubt iheir superiority alter one single trial they ore nut only better but, iu fnc, cheaper than any other Pills, lor it takes a lea number of them to produce a belter effect. I'rtce ol the.'-'cnndinavian t igelable Blood l'uri. ntr itr, tl er bottle, or (t5 per bull dozen. Of the icuiiuiiivimi Vegetable L,uod Pills, Hi cents Per bcunuiiiviuii Veoeli box. or 5 boxes fur 1. Read Dr. Robaek's Special Notices and Certifi cates, publiphcd in a conspicuous pan of ibis i'uptr from timo to lime. Dr Kobaek's Medical Almanac nnd Family Adviser, containing a great variety, of interesting and vuluublo Medical information, ean be baa gratis of nny of his Agents throughout ibe country. In dillicult or complicated cusea, Dr Koback may bo consul led personally or by lullcr, euclos ing one stamp br iho reply. Principal Ollico and Sale Rooms, No. C East Fourth tstrcot, 3d ''lidding from Main Street, Ciu ciuuuii, (. Laboratory iu Hammond Street For Snle in Geauga County by A. Cook, Char don ; j. Smith, Thompson ; Ui.o. Sadi.i a 1'iukmou, J. W. Gat.iu.tt, Montville j II. L. ilisiur & So.. Mhldlchehl; K. P. Brr.wiTT, Rustcll; C. & C. R. IIaiiiom&, Co., Chester; C. P. Trkat, Claridoi f A. Matthews, Newbury; John Maviicw, Au burn; Ji.uaso.n oi TuiTLE.Burlon; K. '1'no.MrsoN, Ilutilshurg; Wis. Mu.mfoku, Wcehlicld; II. Pet man, Purkinnu; W. 1J a rpa.ii. Bninbridgo, At rntn Fuko, IMunson, and by Druagwls uud Mof chants generally iliroughoul the L'iiion. June liih, ltJlK). 54-1 vl HEALTH O F AMERICAN WOMEN. t'romtl.eN. I'. Daihy Pirwi Editoriul.J We desire to call attention lo a letter fmm Dr. Joshua F. Bridge. OSt 'lleulih of American Wo men." in another column. He treats the subjocs iu an ablo manner, and bis skill and medical judit went may bo relied upon. from tin All.mii Earning Exprett. Marshall's Uterine Ciitholicon has proved to be fuliy as valuable as it is claimed to be in many severe tests made by medical gentlemen and other. Dr. Bridge is a regular physician of very line at tainments, a man uf great judgment nud ditcriuiU nation, a judicious nud highly successful practi tioner, in ull discuses, especially those of woman aud children. Ftem ThyticianK. Marshall's Uterino Cethnlicnn will certainly cure all the diseases for which it ia recommended. In llie wurst cases 1 have ever met with, Mar shall's Utorino CutlioUcou is a cor lain and saiej remedy. MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATIIOLICOJf Is unhesiiuliiigiy ollcrcd as a reliable remedy for all those complaints in which every woman t liuble.nnd which gradually affect the mind as welt aa the body, so that lo lliiuk, lulk or work be come, alike a source of suffering, if not an impoe sibility. Among other complaints !r which the Ciiiholicon is a remedy is the Falling of the Womb, Whites, Suppressed, Irregular or Painful Men struation, Bloating, lnttauiniaiions and Diseases of ihe Kidneys or Urinary Organs, Retention ot Incontinence or Urine, Heartburn, Coetiveneae, Nervousness, Fuintinos, Pnlpiiations, Cramps, Disturbed hleep, und ail troubles, organic or sytu. pathetic, connected with the uterine organs. Ladies who are Doubled with nny ot llie above symptoms, or with ipino, liver or lung complaints, are invited lo address Dr. BRIDGE, with lull con fidence that they will find relief. Marshall's Uleo lne Catholicon is noi a quack medicine, but its tn gredienls have been mode known lo the Msdiout College, and they are at the service uf any roepees able physician in tbo country. The price of Itjarihalt't Uterine Cathtlieen B 0n Dollar uud a Half per Single Jitttit. West BcrronD, Coshocton Co., May H, 1831 Mr. II. B. Kingsley, Sir, 1 havo been selling llie medicines of ihe Graffenberg Company for the last ten years, and have invariably found them lo give good sa.isluctton ; and the pills I have sold to a good many fumilits as regularly as their lea and coffee, and with my trade they Vrome a staple I oriicte. .unrsiiuirs uterine iainoneon is a modi i 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 one bottle then she j did from a long course of medical treatment by tbe I most tkillul physicians. . Your, truly. JAMES WILSON. Jauunry l.t, i?. MRS. ROBINSON'S CERTIFICATR. Vermon, Trumbull Co-. May 1st, 1843." This certifies that I have been in very eoer heal tit fur years, and found little or no relief afier employing a number of physicians. My dieeasei was Prolnpsis Uleri. I had been reduced by thai and Flouror Albus until I had become ulcerated la a considerable extent. By the advice of Dr. O. W. L'uslitiell I procured and look six bottles ul Marshall's Uterir.e Catholicon which enabled Die to attend to my husband in his last sickness until he died, which was about a yeur since. I have tuken three bottles eince his death, which has made me note to itinor and aupport my tannly or three children. The Catholicon has nearly restored me to health. It is the only thing that lias mitigated niy suflbring for which I fell very greteful. . MARY . ROBLVBOiv, FOR SALE BY A. Cook, Chardon. C. P. Treat, Claridon. J. E. Williams, Parkmao. II. h. Bishop L Sod, Midd!ofloId. . D. O. Kellogg, M union. -Ilonry Ciimmlngs, Hussell. Ly man Si Soott, Mulberry Corner, Horrick & Gaines, Newbury. Tew & Butts, Rapids. And by Medicine Doalorsconorallv. through out tbe State. 1L B. KINGSLEY, Clovelaod. AgeDt for Ohio. March 18,1860, 70Oia JO) n "JV PHAt?MACV.