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Delivered by NOAH POMEROY, Esq., President of the Farmers' Club of Claridon, of the Farmers' Club of Claridon, Jan. 29th, 1863. [PUBLISHED BY REQUEST.] To the rormWrs ol tbo Claridon Far mem Club ; . - Co.nt'.cmon : Tn neordancc wi;h n res- fllutl?.) .B-iA;t k. fl.l-l I.A.Ia .I..., it 1. r.r--.. I .Ilia IM.IIJ, Ilini I'llCII and evert President, op. leaving iho chair. fclia'.l iltlfvrr a valedictory ndiiro.s before Club," I now attempt Jo obey il,e mandate. Not tint I ftnt.fr mvlf that 1 shall bo able to produce anything which will be Instructive. interesting or nmusinL', It will be my object, in this nildrees, lo speak of tli 3 utility of this Institution the 'Farmers Club." f here are many associations of various linds in community, designed for the ben efit of their members particularly ; hence they are "secret soci,tes " and rctpiiro grips, aifjns and passwords, as qualifica tions ol admitanco into their lodges.whith proves, of course, that they ore selfish, nnd, if beneficial at nil, only so to the mom ien themselves, to the detriment of nil outsiders. It is supposed that members of secret associations nre bound under n most solemn oath to prefer, protect and bcneGt members of their order, even to tho sacrifice of thoso who nre equal or even superior in talent to those belonging to thoir secret organization. Hence. In n community where those secret associations nbouud, an individual who, notwithstand ing he is superior in talent and genuine worth, stands no sort of chanco-to rise in tho world, unless lis belongs to ono of those secret societies'. It is not so with this institution. It is bold, open, free, generous, mutual, communicative, im parting knowledge and wisdom gratui tously to all, whether members or not. All are invited to share in the knowledge gained by the close observation of each individual member, in reference to agri culture, and msny other subjects winch promote the interest and welfare of tho community generally. The benefits derived from this nssocir.- tion nre manifold; particularly to its niera- ia 0D' Bbout two ytfar8 since' was spoken into existence Its miccess is manifest. Its numbers have increased, probably four fold; its finances' Lave been equal to its wants ; a small li-; brary hag been procured, and several of ' the most popular and approved works on ! tho various branches of ngriculture, nnd of domestic animals, are in that library, and j Bro read by any who desire to do so; a ...vuu.jr ouuuuujjiog spiriuias sprung up iimong us ; cold, formal restraints have jjctin, io a greni aegree.overcome, and we ive oecome intimate, foeianlo, and inter- IU 0,iU gm.r ; uave uccomo. one ........ j ,n i. were, iriiiie,in iuo inme limp, I we have evidently improved vastly in the cience of Agriculture. This instiluliorfcmay bo said lo bo agri cultural, but the benefit derived in this cience is only one among many which we cannot fail to receive, while tho busi ness of our meetincs ia conducted ic the friendly and orderly maniior whieU Las characterized all which I have attended. The decorum which bat alwaye prevailed, and the willingness of all the mombcrs to , , P , ... . - with the rules of tho Club, (which to be parliamentary,) can-! to familiarize itg members with' comply are suppose not tail the manner of couductine nn v Dublic meet' ing, which is not only desirnble but very useful to all. There is another benefit connected with this association, which lieai ly all similar organiauiona do not er. oy, to wit.: Tho Ladies' department. Phis department does not fail to spread its benign influence over all who come in contact with it. Who of us docs not feel thnt ho is greatly benefited ? that tho rough edges, ( which men naturally carry about them when deprived of the Rociety Of tho Softer SCX.l are. to a irrnnl t,frr Lnockod off, uftcr having attended ono of our "Club meetings" especially when Ulliu.-" Pur.m!tU!j !? "'in.Klo and j T i ; . ""--- -.--j vtiiu uo iii uur u iflfi iiNKinn r . to soften the feelings auj deportment of men oi our ago, as it docs (ho30 who aio wore youthful. Experience has taught us that tho Indies' department of our Club is Indispensable. ' Associations composed entirely of men are usually cold and for mal, and partake mostly of a business character; while, at our Club meotincH. i lifter having discussed proposed questions ) .. .?" n'0"0l.0Dy woken into by the announcement that "Tea is ready," when we are presented with tes. eoli. e. and all the most delicious varieties of eat ables, gotten up in the most approved Btylo of cooltinir. which cannot fail In ijal tun .1 , . .: - ; tickle the appot.'.o of the most faslidious.j Al this, gentlemen, as owing to our good fortune . having an "uer h.use" con- neewa wun our Llub. 1 am of the opm-1 ion of a certain baolielor wilh whom 1 am j r:,0Li' o. -ceount of LU-diffl- l-li..' T . I ,y oc,rw Wltu the ladies, (but who alwavs admired l)um. nnd who in reference to ih.-ir f.,n .Z'' ' T iZIr l r "r ,r' ' tttended t C ub ZStl i uub meeling, that 1 1 cely recognuedacy of- tho ladies! i meets, x nave i Laving attended Lad scarce present. The benefit deriveJ from this association Rio 'apparent to a!l who cotnn under its influence. Who among us havo not changed very jnoterialTy our course of farming, the manner of treating our stock? Who, after having attended oui Club meeting, has not felt more coufidenco in I,: f I...: ... . . uiuiouii, a, m uciiijf huiu to asceriam ino test kinds of gram adapted to particular ltinds of soil ; also the best time and nian-i of plowing; the best time lo sow; thej time to harvest j tho best manner of: ; the best time to cut timber, j secure its permsneney and durability ; the best manner of cultivating Lues ; the bst manner of destroying noxious iusecte; the best maanvr of manufacturing butter nd ebeese; also the expediency of svlting millr, or having it manufaoturfd a-broad, In preference lo manufaetnrfnff it at lonie; the bet manner of fattening pork ; tho best breeds of swine ; whether the Jong or abort-nosed breeds ale oreferaMe : nil luese tuDjeeis, ana many more equally in . . : i i i . . . ... . uallv in-! teresting, have been discussed bv ihis -If-..- 1. ' ... vwu. ,uvo nv inarv a vuiuiue ol e,- pefieoce aud knowledge, derived from a j : no - : 1 ... , ", 1 cnnnl mu l"eo'wn tocomjrat the ; you. fellow-inembcra, of the Club, 1 ?r.l,,e '"T"! Per'mrn- mtttunl intercourse wiili tnr.h other, whirh w J - . . I -..--..!, I . . ngrlculliiral movements wkicii cannot fnil to be lo car H'lvnmnj'c. During tlifl time i linve occupied tlio chair, ibere bos been it uniform .spirit of forbearance hinnlfestrd toward rour Pies - ident, for vvlucli you linve my greatful ncljnodrments. 1 have endeavored to perform the du'.ies of the office impar-' 'ially. nnd lo secure aa much food a nos- Mi. 1 ' Mh".l c,ch mo.mT M trT ". i r TT f the Supreme Kuler of the Universe, that IIis providential cam may still be extended to us ; that the virtue nnd happiness of the members of the Club may still bo pre served, and n mutual desire for the nood of each other.and of iho whole world, may always prevail. I remain, tkc, [PUBLISHED BY REQUEST.] NOAH POMEROY. Jan. 29th, 1863. [Deferred Communication.] Preamble and Resolutions Adopted by the Second Brigade, General Baird's Division, in Camp near Tenn., March 2, 1863. Chaydon, March 16th, 1863. with the monster Secession, in many scc I: 'ions of tho North, had just been commu thisClub nicated to them through the various prints 'which had been forwarded them; and the fact that audi overt expressions of treasonable sentiments at were circulated at that time, should be tolerated in the community lo which they belonged, was a mortification to thorn, harder to'lear than ""'ir sufferings and privations in camp. For our.armios to bo compelled to sub- a - ' -" BUUUIU oa widely diffused, and you will please in iposed srt the prunmblo nnd resolutions in your paper. Knuoii Dkmocrat : The enclosed Pre amble nnd Resolutions, with the accom panying letters, expressing tho sentiments of the Urigndu by which they were nilopted, were forwarded to mo bv Lieut. Geo. W. Ilnzun, of On; 9tli Ohio Uattory, which composes a part of the Brigade. About the 24 :h of January last, I vis ited the Cattery, then encamped at Dan viUe, Ky. The Uaitery was m good con dition, the moc in good health, the olli - cers kind and courteous to their subordi naies, aitenlivo to the interests of the Company, and all zealously engaged in the sacred cause in which' tboy were cn lisied. The rampant treason which has infested the Indiana Legislature during the oesnmu wi.ii nas just closed, as well as tho perfidious knavery of Doliticnl who had began to disclose their fellowship ..Mil ,i,rt . c- . r " irtason ai uomo, wJule cncounteriii" um enemy in the field, is tho most hu miuaiing Hung in Amoricnn history. Ye I sucn is (lie caso in tho prosont contest, mose nooie veterans wiio have proved hikuiscivp equal io ino emergoncr, will nave a record on (he "snroll nf fnn. " secona to nono in tlio annals of tho world. And well may tho cowardly imps who have been instrumental in perpetuating treason, under tho guise of party organi zations.begin lo-conceal their hyJra heads, when their shameful conduct ia la hn vi. iled with tetributive justice, from an out raged soldiery. Tho spirit which animated the Second Brigade, General Uuird's Division, should ' s J. E. DURFEE. PREAMBLE AND RESOLUTIONS. ,,s- we Wl11 ab10 not one jot of faith or h0,, ! bu'' l)olil-,vinJJ lliu nainte..ance of I our government is wonh all the cost rT- pe.nled in its cstublishmnnt Zi , ' 1 , "tllln 118 " iiouslimont, wo fmphnti- tuiieiiiigs oi our comrades in hospital and camp by all the preciou blood which lias encrimsoned our Kasteru and West uer ern wafcra by all the hearths made des beet olute, and hiiart-strings rent asunder, be Larvesting cause of this wicked rebellion we do sol to emnly pledge our honor as Americans end soldiers lo see this contest through to Wiieiikah, Wo, the OfBcos and Sol diers of (his command, have, in common wiin our comrade in arms, cheerfully periled our lives and every earthly inter est, to save to ourselves and lo our pos terity it Country and a Government, tlm same which, in historic times, weie bought wiin uiood, and established by thnt quali ty of wisdom which, though human, seems divine ; and. Y hurras, A number of intriguing llemno-nirlli.a nl ln.ixn .1 i word and act, sought to create diiafloc- linn nt.i.m,. ..u it.- i "a " uiuua niu wueeis Ol WISO fsoitadisoonlent in tho pubUa minJ, and, in every way, to bnflle all caruest efforts to conquer tho rebels; therefore, Resolved, That we hold in utfer detesta tion that cliiiuo of uiisorennts in tho Joyal Stales, who, under the garb of assumed loyally, uso the stolen rovenuo of nrch I tleasyno exoito petty treason in .lu.ii. own communities ; . I Wiio linve no Censures, , save lor tho officers of our covernuienl complaints, save that energelio meu3- ures are employed fo crush tho rebellion aspirations, save to embarrass our Ex ecutive nnd Legislative Departments, and t, - i iiiuiiuius i uur arm 08 ana no hopes, save for an ignoble peace and the snlManiial triumph of tno rebels " that W4 regard ihem a enemies la Z l, and mankind, who to accomplish their hrllih purposes, would not uesi ate to blot (orUr from the hopes of man th I .cherished thought ol aclf-iovernmenl il,i il,n .i ? . ,. . .' ! .. !"V ' ""orn ! 8,1 "V" c'n.sens aud iruo-hearted soldiers, com- - ij , It , i 1 ...y imuuia ut liuine, tnai not until wit linvo undergone a seven-veara' : Rlrnn,,.. I f nn.,,1 I..7 ...ill ' ... I oo"- ' --- iv.y .ui no cunsu IIUS- coniest, and not until wo have experienced I l. ir . . . . 1 . I micii Miiueruigs as wero uiaveiy endured ny rorgu, win we oegin lo mur mnr. Uy all the sacrilicts already made and hardshitia endured hv in K .n it,,. . 7J a aucccastui or yield up our live a willing saciiiire to our country's wel. Resolved, That we are utterly opposed to uuy armistice or cessation of hoauliiiea until our glorious flag of thlrtv fuur stars waves triumphantly from the dome of ev ery Capitol in our land. jiLioioea, i uai we are luiiy and nn equivocallv endorse the nolicv of our civil rulers, in nsttisr all neccssnrv means t. - !i., i. .:.!.. ririuo uecn ive uiows ill lue unnoiy re- bullion, and to bring the war to a speedy, It .1... in the on a l'ho f ls or coi-ilinly a who encourage us in our efforts, who ey in i pnlhiis with us in our hardships, nnd who rejoice with us in the succnssei of our ar- ', niie. wu tender such bom tfelt rntiluJo sure and glorious tcrminntion, so Hint I I'ni'nri i It... C,,nllt n u iiiiiaI ev i 1 1 ln. .servci! riunisliment, nnd tlnmnnble trailers in (tic Isortli tuny bo brought to a lerriblo justice, "that Iiomp be not created in , vain." 1 Resolved, Tlint to tlio loyal millions as soldiers, facing a hostile foe, only, can feel. Resolved, That to Governor Ton, of Ohio, iiovernor Morton, of Indiana, and Governor VatKs, of Illinois, yie extend our hearty thanks for, their ceaseless la bors in behalf of the boldieas from their respective States. Similar resolutions were adopted, some weeks ngo, by tho 105ih Regiment, in which, as in the 9ih I'altcry, this County is strongly represented. Wo are glad to secoid this action of Our Geauga boys. A correspondent in the Oih Ilattery, in ponding us a copy of llip above preamble nnd r e ju'utiuus.says : "Ifyou have among your readers, any prone to writing -dis- cour?ins rI,i"k',l soldiers, a perusal of this may, perhaps, satisfy such that it is no use persisting in thai guerrilla-like course Tun National f 'is a.ices. Tho appropri ations madu by tlio XXXVIIth Congress aro thus stated: Kxtra .Session, July i204,000 000. Lonu Soiaion, ending July 19th, 13C2, 013,000,01)0. Short Sossioti, iiinlius; March -hh, 180:1, $1,100,000,000, Rocutpts from dutiog on imposts, Intornal mvunuo, direct taxes, salo of public lunds, &c, and csiimntus from March 4th, lSfi3, to July 1st, 1301, S2J0,000.000, which Bbb traded from tho nliovo sum till loaro tho nmotint of indebtedness up to July 1, 1 SGI Including tho If 70,(100.000 debt loft by tlio luio Administration, 2,027,000,000. A obkat observer of Oih says that the trout is the only tMi known that has a voice, which it emits, when pressed, in a a faint murmuring sound. There is o semblnnce between fish nnd certain young ladicsv, who need considerable pressing before they can bu made to sing. -A thick hsapfd nquiro, being worsted by tho Rev. Sidney Smith in an argu ment, look his revenge by saying : "If I had n son who was- nn IJiot. 1 would mute him ft parson." "Vwy probably," repliod Sidney; "but I see your father was of a dllureiit opinion. Surly Hoardkk ".Madam, your hash isn ( in lor a lioir lo eat." "ilow do vou know ?" said she ; "because I have tried it!" There aro two wnys of getting rich, one by addin ' to your possessions, the other by diminishing your desires; the Inst much the easier and readier. t-auorns, Tun dofecls of the mind, like those of the face, aro pretty suie lo grow worse as tney grow old. Lit tlr sincerity is to bo expected be iween belligerents, lven their cannon- ball arguments are all irony. BY AUBTLN N. WARD, This.liko tho above, . a work of ereatam! nn nwuaea IU8Ual '"'"'. will he e:i.;eiry mad as a "'"il!''a "l" to"KKMAi.i: I.IKK." 1( J8 a lame li mo. v...,nently bound in cloth, TRUTH Stranger than .FICTION. A STARTLING ' WORK! FEMALE LIFE AMONG THE MORMONS', Many j cars' 1'ersonal Experience, BY MARIA WAltD, THE WiFEofa M3RM0N ELDER. ''Tliatona half of the world cannot imsffino lion- tlio otlior 1 1 n I ( live," is no less uuouian trite anil ilia leaniin llie nunga nll-irdH, our cxiu'ru iKO nn.lobiervBlinit duly lenil in verily. Thou, loo, when we consider llio ever-varying phnsea ui liu ninn pnsHion, oml lliu ilisconlanl eleinoiila trnm wliicli all novo! and fantastical recti are moulded. ran scarcely aoom niirirlani Hint n taithlul rec ord nl actual iivciiih Hlmuld excoed in siniiularity .uii.i.. .i ..i- ..i-..: ..huu.t. uiuain u. .'ii.iiit.L, ,'i ilia, vimivr, hoih atroncsnd uiuinruraUhmild be mrwtrnied u lur-nii country on llie oiitaKirii nl civiliza tion, which, pcoplo in another slate of society, would never imagine possible. Knowing as I do know, tho evils unci horrors and abouiluaiion of Mormon system, the degradation it imposes letualos, anil iho conacquent vices which ex tend through all tho ramifications ol the society one oi duly lo the world bus Induced mo to iiri'parothcfollowin narrative lor the public eye, romantic incidents emineetod with my ex porienco, many may lliiuk border on the marvel ous. To them I would say, thai this nurraiivo onlV "m 'roVl,J "Vh 7ir;7u c"mM Ji rove., wnat lias so oliun been " 1 nt'TH IS KTKANiitU tiiak Prcfaee. The liooli contains -l l'.i pnjrcs, with engravliiRj, n""y onn.l in tloih.nnd will he ..Tu ic aJdreaa.iiuat-imiil.nii rurcint nfnri. n ci o--. o any -DV- A Couipauiou to Female LIFE- LIFKAMONUTheJionaous. n ,n a inriio ts inn. Tui.,noniiy noilim in Cie umoirnien wun ent;raviiig.i,aiiil will lo scut to n"yttuilri'!" l",sl paid, on rcreipi ol prlco. on wcipt ol J.00. we will solid both ol tho aeoveworka, posiajjo prepaid. Dickens' I.ast Great WORK. Great Ex pee tat ions. HY UIMU.KS DICKENS. Complete in one volume. U mo., eloth extra, illuotiatiii widi steel enttravius. Will tie aunt many aiiurcsio, posiage paid, on receipt ol price, O PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS now so indivppnsnblo lo every family are bains iimiulsrtured by ua tn f veiy variety ol ntyle una ....m,i. , Tai-npiive i. ircuiiira wiin pricca will be luruibhed on iplieaiiou, and any atylo of Al- bum ei-ut by mail, poat paid, on receipt ol pries. Uookaelleia, Nona Agunla. Canvaaaora, f d- dlrra, and oibera; will do well lu order a pickno 1 i iiouna aim Aiouiiia. i nay win una ttiein tx popular, and terms libera!. 1000 "CiL A!!DTRiVtLI.0 ACIiXTS onel evreywkarafo their tale. ...nl'V"? 0.!105 L"","".' in Quantities. " ''riiniirniaiion..i.i.ij-io. or udilress JOHN JCinVIN rOTTEIt.Pslilishtr. 0'lf No. C17 t?aii-om St., Philad'o, Pa. ol MERCANTILE. Who has not Heard OF ESnrray Tltey arc an old and tvcU-cs taWahcd Firm, whose junior member has just relumed from '.ho Eastern Ciiies wiili a Now, Targe sad Well Kiilcclod .Stuck ol Fall & Winter (fl which hnrebeen putclisted EXCLUSIVELY for sntt. In spite of these rchcUiotii times, ami tho advance in llie price of mnt kinds of pnoila, this tan aell niiAULY A 1.UW AM riVf.lt. Are ynu a man of ciirrecl tnsie. who loves hio frow liivea to seclwr Blickcd up, by oil menus, go lo Avros fi. Murray's, and let licr xflncl Irnm n S(ilenilid Slock of cunaisllneof SII.KS of ernrv Grade and Pivle. .MKIU.NOIi of all shades of color, lor old. nib! dle-ngod nnd yonn?. I'ARAMKTTAS &, Winn, i)-.lAlh I'iain and 1 amy, au and esa variety of PLAIDS l CHECKS. MtTSl.IN DEL AINF.3 of beautiful colors and uisi wuicn suits ncr. AL.rACCA3 St MOHAIRS, and a nice lot of H01R..(. (iootls; And nil of their Drea'a (Jooda irni Prima .! Ucluiuca, iliey will aell as lowna they were ever uiu. iuuiv especially lor tuo iiuies, To dhlold Ihem from cold Winter's squalls They 've purchssod Wool A. liroclia And ie1 ihem cheaper, it appears, 'I'lmn thoso thoy 'va sold in former years. A nice lot on hand of other (roods: As Nubins, (, loves, fiew Styio of Hoods. A Splendid lot ol CLOAKS & SACKS, To Tu each aizo of Initios' backs, ini-ii iinnno not munu in every lana; i ney -re iiinninu oiore, and more nn hand. Now. you who want a anck or cloak lo wear, You'll i;c i your money back oy going there. Press Trimmings, Velvet nililmn. Cloak Fringes, Ribbon Trimmings' the Latest HtyU, Our block ol' . . CLOTHS, Cassimeres and NESTINGS ic Ready-Made la complete. Are you a man with a family of Ihi)'h,lm immediately to Avrea &. iSliirrav'a. ami them shod ali around; with some of iheir BOOTS & Shoes, And you can find any thing you want, such as Men's morocco boots and shora, kip akin. calf akin and cowhide, I.odiea and Childrena' tUioes, flnlmorols. Uaiters. Uabv ahoes. Jtc. ace., and most of the work Warranted. Then liatsaud Caps aud Mittens, Gloves, Crorkery, Hardware. Olaw and Kails, Itrooma aud I'enner, Hiaroh a ad Paila) Collea, Hugar. Tea and Kiee, Everything that 'a good and nice,. In line, moat things are kept on hand. Thai are lu-auy Ch-iatiaa land, . . AT AYRES & MURKAYS'. Cbardon, Oct. 8d, 1362, ' CC4lf Si 1TT HKHDB LTHW Tl MEDICAL. AYHR'fl CATHARTIC PILLS. Vtf rV Are ym viefc, S(I1a, snl Onmi'lliiMlnKl Are Jtw out f ordur, with font pjmtMil iIa rnnK'nl, nntl jronr Srulliiitf nn ocniSjrlAl'ler There ajmp--Imit 4re cftvn ib' preltia in 1 -nie , I ""iwauk'iM trkmi IHnm. oin ni w krknare l erei'plnt ii"n jrom. and Mvna iw tviiuh pt lliocly nn of lh rljrlit itin Tik" Aym'ii rilU, i4 olexiiN ml On illaorlrl bv wri purify Um bUiud, aihI M tlx nnw more a trucwd In binltn sgiun. S1in BlmnlnU tho AinctloiM of tho body Into rlKomua o tllty, purlfjr the Tini from ilio oUtrucUonl whltli nkt Slum, A ooM HtttM annwobore In Ux bodj, mhI i.h MruoU III natural functloua. Tliaoo, If not nllaroJ, raut apoii themaalTM and tho turTouiidlng wgara), pro onnnf anonil OJrirrOTnnon, mninni, aim aianams Whflo la Uihi enadlUin, oppraaaod bf tho doranarmi-nto, rnno Aor-a puia, and are how dlraotia uior ruaiora mo lauurai anohm of tho uaMm, and with It tlio bui;aul taallus of baaltk aaln. Wknl la U-nuand ao apparent In Dia iriTiaj and coojiaoa complaint, M a Uk) truo la many . al tlio ifaap aanted anil danaorooa lUatamnart. Tlio aama tmrgoura ofloot oapola Ibom. Ooaoad bjr aloilrar abatroo tloaa aa4 darano;amonta oa tbo aataral ruoaUona of tbo fclr, tatoy are rapUly, au4 many of theoa earoly, nire.1 by tbo aanio moana. Nono who knom tbo vtrltiva of tbaaa rala. will noRloel to oeiploj Uwia wboa suffering frout alio alanrdara thay euro. Sutomanta from laadlaa; phjal alalia la some of the kvladpal altloa, an4 team otbar woU kuowa aaalia aar soaa. aWvai tbnnrMn0 ikrtfuml a tnH, Jtt. t, IMS. Ba. Avaat Tour nis ara tho pamaoa or ail that la froa la amllema. Tkar have owroS my lltUo ilauiflitor or alaaroua Bona vpea kar haeda and fttat that ha.1 Brovwl inciiralile Aw yaara. llor molbor haa aaoa loag f rhv ooalf atfllatod with Motobaa and plaiplaa oa bar akin and tn bar hair. A flat oaur aliUd waa an rod, aba also triad, tear fUU, aa4 atiar hare aural bar. ASA HOBQUIDOa As st Family Phyale. fVoat Dr. M. W. OiHwrtsKtt tf OrUtmu Tour mil are iba prlnaa of purgee. Tbolr eveatlont enalliWai ovrpnao any onthartlo wo poaiaaa. They ara Dilld, bat vary aortal u and aoaual In ihalr action on Iba bowolo, whtali aiakaa UaaBI lufaiiiabla to as lu Uw daily iroatuuht of dbjoaa. IIeadeha,SIkHedh,FaiI ftomaeh. JVoaa Dr. SUwad Uofd, BtUimort. Da Baa, A raa t I aannot aaawar yoiT wSot ootnplalnts I uflao cvrail with yonr Pilla botlor than to aay oil Ihut u roar trtat M a puraaiim madieiivo. I plaoa great depan aVnoa on an afhotnal aatharllo la my dally conlaat with dlaMiaa, and boUavtng aa 1 do that your I'll la afford aa Iba boat we bare, 1 of cuuraa f alua Ibam highly. PmawDao, Pa., Slay 1, IMS. Da. J. C. Ann. Slri I bava boon ropaatixlljr aurnl ol tho worst kntdatMt any body oan have by a doao or two of yoar rill. It aTjanra lo arlao from a Sxll stoaiMb, Wuiab tliay eleanao at onoa. Xoara with gnat roapaot, IH. W. PRKDLR, Ctar a SUramtr Clarion. DUIone Disorders Liver Complaints. Jtrwm Dr. rSoooVirr BtU, tf Km York oily. Not only ara yoar Pllla admirably adapted to their par pose aa an eparlont, lmt 1 Andtlioir banarleUl affaclaupon tlio Ijlvar vary Biarhnd Indeed. Tbey bava la aiy prao ttco proviMl inoro atfectual lof the oura of Silioui com plainif tban aay ono remody I ran mention. I eincorely rajoloo tbut wa hftva at length a purgative which la wor thy tbe ttaittiloDca of tho frufoaalun aud ttie paopla. . Diraarnirt or tna Taruttoa, t Waablnglou, D. O., Tth Fab., IMS. f 8ra 1 1 have aaed your pllla In my general and hoipiul praatloa avor alum yoa nado tbm, aud canaot baaltato to an,y.thay are the boat aatharllo wo employ. Tbalr regu lating acUon oa tho liter la qulek aud decided, eoiiU queatla tbay ara ati adnilrabla ramedy for derangoraonU of that organ. Indeed, 1 hare seldom rbaad a aaae vf UUtmt lb MOM ao oliatlnat that It did not reailily yield to 'bam. internally yuura, ALOMW 1IAL1, H. 1, af7iyr0MM a'ilai Marin Uutyital. Dysentery, Diarrhea, Ralaz, Wormi, JVvat Dr. J. 47. Onn, o Ohkago. Tonr ruts hare had a long trial In my prarllce, and I hoed tbeio bl eataam aa one of Iba boat apsrlenta I have aver fbuud. Tbelr altaraUvo affect upon tbo Itrer makes them an axeellont remedy, when airao la en all duaae fur ifiUout JyMiery anet dMifS-Aoxi. Tbalr augar-acatlng Butane ham eery aoaeplabla aud SOttVouiaol Kt tbe UH of woanau and cklldren. . DyepepaU, Imparity of tk Dlood. From Bum. J. V. jVimw, ilialor odeent CnurtA, Baton Da. Ami I hoTaaaod yoar PflU with ettraordlnary aucceea la my nunlly and aiming tUoaa I am oolled to vlaft In dlalreaa. To reaulaW tlio ergaaa of dtgeetlon and nrUy 11 ie blood, tbey ara the Vary beat raueriy 1 have ear kanwa, a4 1 eaa aoaSdenUy racommeail Ihem to my frlauda. Imira, j. V. 11 1 MIC. Wtmuw, Wyorariie fV, V. T. Oet. U, 191k. DaAB lia ! I aaa nalng yoar OalharUe Pllla In my pma ttoa, and find them an oxeellant purgatlTo lo ehwuo the ayalow aud fUf Ms finmUint M UanJ. JOHN U. MSACUAM.M.D. Cowatlpatlnn, Coatlraness, Suppression, Uluamatliia, Usiat, Neua-nlKla, llrou ay, Paralyala, Kits, ate. rnm Dr. J. P. rimpAn, Monlrtat, CbWa. Tae ainch oannot be aitld of yoar Pllla tar tho euro of aralH-orlua. If oUlera of our fraternity bare dund thorn aa eracaelnaa aa I bare, they tbould Join ma in proclaim ing It r,r Iho senentor the mnltltsdas who euffrr from abat mmpbilnt, which, althongb bad enough In Itaair, Is tlio- progenitor of otbera that aro wore. I bvlleto coa. leaenf-if to orinlnato In tho llvar. but voiur Pllla tifwi il,.t argaa aod nn Uia dkeaae, JVom Mrt. . Snarl, 'ftyKcfas and JKdfl, Bothn. I find one or two larga dnre of yoar Pllla, tekea at tbe proper lime, aro excellent pruniollvea of Iho lioural Here. Him whoa wholly or partially euppreaawl, and aleo vory oifrolnal lo dennia the Meiinic and cJi'al uxinn,. Tbi.y. ara an mnuli the heat phyabi wo bava that I roouauaeiid no other lo oiy patiouta. wn lAc Mev. Dr. Oiwka, JAIAodM rii. Cunh. Pin.Ain Horns. Saeannnh, Oa., Jan. 4, ISoS. HotfoMB Mia i I ahnukl be loiKraleful ftw the relb-f yoar akill baa brongbt mo If I ilkl not report my caw to ynu. A cul.l aattlad In my llmbaand bronabt on exrru-claclagtliui-a'jricjiedu, wlilrh Muled la rlniitlie rsriimo firm. rlutwithaUiiidbig I had Uie bait or phyairiana, the dteeaae grew woraa mid woiau, until bv the advlraofyour awUout eimnt In llaltlmore, l)r. Mat-kaulle, I Irlod your Villa. Tlieir ctfocU were alow, lint aura. By pereereriug Su Iho ueo of Ibeui, I am uow auUroly well. eavan Cnauaaa, Baton Bongo, la.. I Da. lleJSj Da. Araui I havo been-enllrely cured, by your Pllla, of uavifa Oul a poianil uiavaee that had afflicted uie " V1NCKNT SI.niKLL. Mrwt of the Pllla In market contain Mareury, which, although a valuable remedy In aklllul hauila, la aatureroua lu a publl alll, from the dreadful eonae queneee that A-aqueutly Sillaw Ita ineaiitioiia nan. Thoae eunuhi ao mareury or ulueral aubalaaa wbatavar. Prise, 35 oonts per Box, or S Bozee for t. Prepared by Dr. J. 0. AYIR & 00., Lowell, Mass, For Hale By A.COOK and JOHN NICUOLS. ChardomC. S. Hold, (Cast Claridon . Cleveland .V. Son llor. 1011 ; J.Y(. Thompson. Middletieldi llnrri.-lc A (Jainea.Newhiiry t C. & Cl. Harmon, Cheater a iiuuua; ana oy uoaierains) Jicineavery where. !! rnilK undersigned would say to the puldictha 1 ho hsa comment'ed rnnninnr bu ...u hnifhed nnd eomfortable Kxpreas for psssc'nuers from t'h anion to Cleveland, as follows! i.eavejnaruon, ftlonuny.oA.M.. and arrives intoveland at I P. M. leaves Cevclnnd Irom the City Hotel, for Chardon, 10 A . M Tuesday I.onves Chardon. Kridnv. S A M ill Cleveland al 1 P. M leaves Cleveland Irom Ihe City Hotel, lor Chardon, IO A. M, Saturday. WEIGHT at vervl.tlW mi.... .A .11 errand and jobbing in my line, donewith ouick iichs snd dispatch. 1 wouldsnytopcrsonslivingoulof lown.that iheir ordrra may be left at tbe Store of VVil kiiiavt ICellcy, where they will be promptly at tended to. r 1 would also sayto the pooploef this vicinity, that they can go ioClevelund for il.OU Ices, and iarrlve thore aooner. Ulan llieyean byPnineaville. will duliver passongera in any part of theciiy. at the same price. J. V. D. EI.DIlEDCE.i'ropifrler. Chsrdon.June28tli..18bl. 6t)8tt "gbauga county FIRE-INSURANCE GOMPANY. Or'l'TCL', Chakdon, Ohio, JOHN lilCHOLH, Paisiue.T. Lu C. 1.11 DUIW, basaiTsar. Thlswell-kuown company eoniiuuesto insure the property oi Geauga County, at at LO)r RATK8 as Sulvtitey will pcKtntt. By its Act of Incorporation, Prvuerlv outairl n Geauga County. Causul be Insured in this t.ontpnsiy,innsenureiyoDvlating the objoe lions to MutualCornpatiies aa coinmony oigait lied, that Inaurs all over ihe eountry. Those who wish 10 be made Sals against Loss by r'iro, will da well la Insure In this Company. SxrTor farther particulars call on K. V.CANKIELO.GeneralAgent. . Chardon, Ohio. NOTICE. Tbe andorsigned hu been ap pointed and qualified as Ereoutrii of the estate of Ricbard Beach, deceased, late of Burton, Geauga County, Ohio. All per one Interested will go'ern ihesnsnlvos ac cordingly. LUCINDA BKACH. Burton, March 13tb, 1883. 078 3 MEDICAL. DR. ROBAClfs STOMACU BITTERS ARC NOT. TO BE EXCELLED in V-.. .Mr-ataa afi JO? J mm $&J&$J DIGESTIVE ORGANS. ivvc- to oKj(lV(t o ,evA.vc. tx a v.:vc.- wvvv vv-'.W cwve, iW V, l'vW vvyNr.t v Wv Xo," vv i v vevtu, tAre- o. veA "RMvv.t.,ov o'i , .vye,.. " "fi'vvovv &VYVaA e, e a SottW4 o u. oc .w,, Vicnw wvvcC cA tveVveX HovvvtAe "Jiv.e.vt vA, .o.t.f. .voi.vV cvav.v'e, aw ii, lvol Vvvwc, ivve, J3iliou3 Fever, . Fever arid Jlgzue, Liver Cornplaint, (7)yapepsicb, Jndigeation, Jaxindioe, Kidney Cornplaint 3, Vtw wctAwvea vvcVw wvot, ,tv ah , boo uv(xw "Vvve,w. : av ji.oo wvaw uvcavv Joto xv. tivWe, tav wvueo.v i.Yv.fvi, ls.vevi., oAc. 27is fitters art put up ir quart bottles, of which the acoi-s is aiu-tim ile. . 27ie is Jiit'ly tngravsl, and is prouidsJ, with t af--ui-J rorrv oountsrfeitert. (Fi iool ptr loltls, or six for ITS. C. W. Jfoi.to7t, Trojr-feor, To. 6 East Fourth, Bt., Cin.ainri.ati, to whom ati orders should Is addressed. FOR SALE BY A. Cook. Chardon: J. Smith. Thomnsnn: J. W Garrilt, Monlville: It. P. Uurnett.KusscIl; CP. Treat, Claridon) A. Mathews. Newbury; John ivinyhew. Auburn; Johnson cv. Tut tie, llutton; E 1 nninnaon. Iluntsburirli: w. II . Ilarnhain. Hum bridae: Wm. Mumford. VVolchfield:K. N. Hatha way, Hnmhdnn; l.avicr Darymple, Troy Center; Warren llishop, Middlefield; C . 8. field, Kant Clridon; Tracy W . Hcott, Chester X Koads; and uy irticetsis anamercnants generally I nrouh ho United 8tati4 end Canadas. HOWARD Association, nilLADELPHIA, For the rtHrfoftheSickmnd Pi$trencd,tfttictid muA nrairnf ana Chronic xiar-r, ana rnn ciallufor Iks Curs ol Disease of the Seuuai Or. tans. MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis by the Acting Surgeon. VALBAUI.E REPOUT8 on SiiernistorrbrBS or Seminal Weakness, and oher Pisenses of the Hymul Drgana, and on the MEW It KM KDlfcX employed in ilio Oispeneary, sent to the alllieted lu sealed letter envelopes, froe of charge. Two or three Stamps lor poptnije Will be acceptable. Address Dr. J. SK1I.L1N HIH'GHTON, Act Ing Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South Kir... I. UI.II-J..I..I.:- u- .iiiiii iii.vi, i in i iiio.iiiia, ru. oivyt j u a. v a x o in j i iiyjb.-i iiose H ving "is aisianoe wieumg surveying done by the county Surveyor, will bave tlieir calls punctually attended to, by address ing hiui by letter.giving five days' notice. Direct all letters to llainbden, Geaags Co.,0. S.tDSON.Co.AS'tirtyyor. 59 5tf Attachment Notict. E, W. ITpham.Pliff,) Before L. Davis, J. vs. V l. of Park man tow h- Ti. F. Trscy, Doft. ) ship, Geauga Co., O. ON tbe. otb day of March, A. B. 1863, said Justice issued ao Order of At tachment lu the above action, for tba so in of33, and luterostfiom August 13, 1 861, aod costs. - E. W? UPHAM. Park man, Marob !5, 18d3- 6S8w3 NOTICE. Tbe undersigned have been duly appointed end qualified as Ad ministrators of tbe Estate ot Eli R- Bennett, deceased, late of Bambden township, Qeau g. County, Ohio. onACE ENNETTt CHARLES N. MOSS. March SOtb, 1663. "6883 WAl.t PAPER Si Dnrderlng for lbs Spring Trade at IVUKLVH 4- KELLEY. E. MEDICAL. The Early nplnl Prgrnrrarj Jnst rublislifd by Dr. A. STONE, rhysician lo tht Troy I.wg end Uy gienlc Institute. A Trestlae on the Cntipca of Farly rlivatcnl Ps- j) cllneof American People; the cniire ol Ncr- voua Pebility,Couuiiipiioti and HuruMiius. "'Si's woik is m fif iiih morn lotir, vritlm in ehatl rl tirititxj hnigungr, nnit'ipprols liirrrim to lit mural conn u.umres of A LI. PA I'A'iY'i'.V od Guardians rtjirrialli,liliiilins trirntifr ami rihubls mists nnd tualmint for cur: It will b sent ly ansil ou Ihe rcfript of two(1 cent r-tanipa. r-PnreniSBndGosrdians! Knil net losend and obtain this book. IKrYoung nicnl Fail not to send end get this book. . (O-Ladiett You loo should at onco secure a copy of this book. A Wonn op Solfmh, ConsoiT.ntoi's Advice to tiioss who Will Ritlept. A class of maladies prevail ton frarful extent in the community, dooming at least lOO.DOC youth of both sexes annually lo nn early grave. Thorn di.-eaeps are very imperfectly understood. Their external manitcstntions or symptoms are Nervous Prbiliiy, Relaxation and Kilmi.Mion; iWarosmus or wafting and consumption ol the tksiiraof tbo whole booyj Minrtnrrs ol breuthinir. or hurried breathing on ascending a hill vr (light ol stairs; great palpitation of the Hrait; Amliing; Hron chitis and sore throat; ahaking nf the humla nad limbs; aversion lo society, and to business or lo study; dimncsss of eye siglil, loss of memory, dizziness of the head, Ncuratgiu. pnin in vnrioua Earls of Ihe body; pain in the back or limbs; Lum ogn; Dyaiiepsia or Indigestion: i,irgiilurity of the liowels; dcrsnred state of llie Kidneys and other glands of the body, as f.encorrhona or Kltmr Albus, Ac. Likewise, tpilcpy, Uysicria and Nervous Spams. Nbw,in ninety-nine esses out of every luindrrd, all the above named disorders, and a host ol oth ers not named, as Consumption ol tbe luu?s, and that moat inaiiliotiaand wily lorni ol Consumption of Ihe Spinal Kcrves, known a Tube Dorralea, and Tnbes Mesenterica, have tlieir scat aud ori gin in diseases ot llie Pelvic Viscera, ilencotho want of success on the pnrt of old sollool practit u in Ironting symptoms only. Doctor. Andrew Stone Physician lo the Trov Lung and Hygienic Institution, ia now engnuod in Heating ihis class of nindi tn mnlndiea with tho most astonishing succrrs. Tbo treatment adopted by ihe Inrttiuibin is tievi; it ia basrd on sciviiiific principles, with now difcovernl n ine dine, without Inineiol or poiaons. '1 he lociliticn of cure nre such that patients can be cured at iheir homes in any pott of tbe country, from ac curate descriptions of their cum-, by letter; ami have Ihe medicines sent by mail or express. Printed interrogatories will bo i'otwardeU on ap plication JTConsuinption, Catarrh nnd diseases of the throat cure! as woli at the home ol ihe p.ilieiits as at the Institution, by rending the Cold Medi cated Indalino Halsauic Vai'ors, with Inhaler and ample direction lor Iheir use, and direct correspondence. Petients applying for InleirogiH ties or advice, must eneloie return stamps, t.i meet attention. The attending Phyaieiau will be found at tho Inetitulioa, from 9 A. .V lo ! P. M., each day. Sunday in llie forenoon. Adore DK.ANDKEW STONE, " Physician to ihe Troy l.nng nnd Hygienic Insti tute, nnd Physician fur Dixca.ae oi the Heart, Throat snd Lungs, 9fi Filth Street, Troy, N. Y. QINCINNATI VENEREAL HOSPITAL, EsTABLlSlll.D IX TUE YAn 18j0, For tho Cure of Private Diseases, And under the control of two of the moat emi nent iiliysiciuus in the World. Da. E. Hon ai-akte, from London and 1'orif ilon nitals, and, for the past 10 years, ol the Cincinnati Von ore a I Hospital, end lf. K B. Rivttoi.ris,, Into ol New York City. This ia Ihe only oHiceln tho t-iiy wncre a permanent cure ol Private llis eases can be obtained, ithottt the use oi Mercu ry or change ol diet, tjonorrlieea cured in 6 to iti hours. Gleet cured in 3 lo 10 days. Strict ures cured in l to 3 weeks. NoclurnU Emis sions stopped In 2 106 days. Scmitiul Wetiliiie.i " eured in li 19 8 weeks. Uyphilis.in its Primary Stages cured in 2 uays; Secondary .Symptoms cured in 1 to 3 weeks, lmpotcncy, vigor re stored in I to 4 week. Skin Diseases cured in 1 to 3 weeks. All diseases treated with unpar alleled success Male or f emale. Drs. II. and R are almost daily consulted by young; men alllieted with Iho above diseases, some nl wham ere as weak and emaciated as if they had the consumption, and by their friends supposed lo have it. All such discnacs yield to tbe proper and only correct course of treatment, oml, in a abort time, they are made lo rejoice In per fect hoalth. . Dk. Bonaparte's Great work on Private Dis eases, ihe PrivatcOuide to health, ia beneficial lo all, male and female The old and jouiig should rend this book. It will enlighten lliove who grope in darkness. Price 25 tents, sent by mail Or Ma da me Lusier's Frmi.it MnNTiir.v Puis Ihe a sale and reliable remedy for suppressions of are menses from colds. and all female ducast. Price fl per box Extra Fine, sD Stilt to any address by mail. Dra. D St. li. ere the men to consult. They ara unquestionably acknowledged lo be the champions and kings of venereal diseares, and rh only Doctors who receive Monthly I'eports from the old world They have been accustomed from an corly age of youth, lo witness ihe various diseases which afflict mankind, and to watch their progress through a long career of professional study, in every sphere of life, from the bumble abode ot poverty to the mansions of- tho wealthy, and, having ascertained beyond a doubt the vaet sull'oring of humanity, lmy determined lo select the generative ytem aa tlieir particular study, and to devote tlieir whole attontion to the allevi ation of the diseases of these important functions No letters will be anawerod unless they contain a remittance or a postage-stn'mp. Call or address DRS UONAPAKTE ft REYNOLDS, No. 182 Sycamore street, between Fifth and Sixth streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. OHice hoursli A. M., io 9 P.M. - tUipyl A perfect ANTIDOTE, SPECIFIC snd CTRK oa RHEUMATISM & NEURALGIA haslong been nefleA A nor earneat and patient xoaaan-b. thla baa beea triuinpliaatly ditoororetL It it rallwt "Watson's Neuralgia King. WATSON'S WF-Ull ALOl A KINO reaches lb enures of Iba trouble, sad so-rlAe th liUtass Irora tbo ay, tem. Unllko tbe untold ODmbr nf i.iittmout an.1 Erabraoallona wbloh meraly atliuulale Iba aurfaro, are but temporarr in their eirneta. an.l aro, at boat, ni tloabtloi rirlu. It STRIKES AT Til K SEAT rf the atluiont, AliKKSTS IT, K 11.1.8 XT, LUAUIC Ai'l.a IT, and leave no trace bablnd. Watson's Neuralgia King ALSO CUBES GOUT AND DT8FJET3IA. ta an Iheir wirm. Tt Is now gWiu relief tn sm mnds who bave boea auerinr from tbeaa daflaaa.aae wka bava TE1EU ALL OTKXU KEM KDIL la vain. "Watson's Neuralgia King Has rsearrad the UfHS tuHnvmSnU from tba bsb eelaoureee la reifSrd to Ita WOSDEryTJL EFFI- 1 CAOT. It nparatea with equal aoci la an IIS anl ebronla aeara, ear filing to weik out a (Baady aa4 parroaaeut cure. "Watson's Neuralgia Kins' eabol one dollar a koltla. and lT.ni TItAH A BUCTLKorwa enact ft and dealred. 7,!r.8S!r? Tf:L,1iAT'0,r enPr spR. PaViJA VlJBB f ? "UKUMATIBMaad ilKO. atALOIA that baa arer heaa 4loorrreil. Jfur tat of ait Vtaltrs. Prepared only by -A. I. MATHEWS," ' ' Buflalo. AT. T.. aud furl Aria. O. W For sale by A. Ceok, Chardon C. S. Field. Claridon , C. P. Treat, Claridon t E. Tbomp. eon. Huntsburg. . ' r Perf umery.-fiJo1; &?Wb MCKfi Drill Store. Chardon, JuneJTlh, 1882.