"8m County will be ha Banner
County, If all her Union voters but go lo
tbe pollt on tba lSib of Ootobsr. Let bona
proTQ delinquent ou that day I
Union Men, Attention!
Tb Cleveland Herald seuds tnrlb "A few
word to the Woitarn Reserve Union tnon,"
Wblob tbould be board and hoedod. Itsays
traly, "If the Union ticket shall be defeatod
at tbe Ootobsr election, tba responsibility
for that dafoat will llo at the door of tbe
Woitoro Resorts. " And what a roaponei
bility It would ba ! We can say to our
frionda of the ILrald, howovor, tbat the
people or Uoauga aro determined to aharo
no pari of it. Unless all Indicatloni are
...'so, thoy will Lu out tn matte on tbe day
t.f ..tunl i.m an. I - L .
...........,,, K,, UCII majority lor
Ilrough and tho Union as will show tbat
ilie bare not boi-n aleop during this cam
paign. lby are awaku and woll orgauiiad.
We buliere their aileron Is as ominous as
(becalm which precedes tbe storm.
Union Meeting in Chardon.
A. G. UIDDLE ci.l U STEELE Jr.,
willspoak at tho Court Iloutoin ClURDON,
on WEDNESDAY EVENING., Sept. 30lb.
Turu out and bear thorn I
Union Meeting at Claridon Center.
A. O. RIDDLE will tpoak at CLARIDON
CENTER, on THURSDAY EVENING,
Oct. 1st. All aro Invilcd.end a full turn-out
Union Meeting in Parkman.
A Unioo Mooting will be hold in PARK
MAN, on SATURDAY of this week, the
2flih inst., which will be addrossed by
A HART, Esq., of Ravenna. Mr. Hart is
War Domnorat, and an effuctivo speaker,
'i'bo mooting wilt be a good ouo.
Union Meeting in Thompson.
H.STEELE. Jr.. and P. HITCHCOCK
will speak at THOMPSON, on SATURDAY
EVENING, Oo. 3d.
Union Meeting in Montville.
M. C. CANK1ELD and C. S. FIELD will
.peak In MONTVILLE, oc SATURDAY
EVENING of this week.
PETER HITCHCOCK, and perhaps oth
rs, will spoak at tbo times and placet spec
ified below i
MUNSON CENTER, at tho Town Hall,
SATURDAY EVENING, Snpt 2oth.
MIDDLEFIELD, TUESDAY EVENING,
RUSSELL, MONDAY EVENING, Oct.
NEWBURY CENTER, WEDNESDAY
EVENING. Oct 7th.
BAINBRIDGE CENTER, FRIDAY
EVENING. Oct. Oth.
M. C. C'ANFIELD will speak at the School
bousa in the Vaughn District. NORTH
CHARDON.on MONDAY EVENlNG.Sopt.
Prof.JiH. RHODES will spoak at tho
Town Hill in CHARDON, on SATURDAY
EVENING, Oct. 3d.
Tickets for Soldiers.
We) print in this number of Our paper, a
column of Union tickots, and would request
every reader wbo bus a friuud iu the army
not likely to bo supplied from any othor
ource.to cat one out and send lo biai. Tho
Central Committee bare endeavored lo
make ample provision for all; yet it it prob
able tbat tbore ere some wbo, union tbeir
friends Interest themtolvos in tbeir behalf,
will not be supplied.
The Union Meeting
At tbe Town Hall on Saturday evening
last, was well attundod, Austin Canfleld,
Eq., was cbosua Chairman, and J. O. Con
verso Socrotary. On motion, a Township
Exooutive Cominittoo of three, consisting of
M. u. Canfleld, B. U. Woodbury and C. C.
field, was appointed by tbo chair. The
meeting was addressed by J. O. Converse
aud A. H. Thrasbor. M. Thrasher made
a very able aud effootive speech, at tbs close
of wbiob tba meeting adjourned.
arTbo State Convention of War Demo
crats at Columbus, on Tuesday last, adopted
strong War and aoti-Vallandigbam resolu
tiuna aud addresses, but nominated no tick
styThe Stale Fair.beld in Cleveland, last
week, is represented as a greater success
than tbat of last year.
5-Hod. P. Hitchcock requests us to
Slate thai the allotment money of Co. B,
41st Reg , O. V. I., Is now in bis bands'
ready to be paid to those eutitled to receive
& Wa call the attention of the people of Char
don and surrounding towns, to the advertisement
nf H. S. Wood St Brother. They huve located
in the establishment owned by Samuel Squire
where they are prepared to luruish the public'
with every ill lug desirable in the line of Tinware
btovea. &.O. They are upright, honorable deal-'
ra, and we cheerlully recommend them lo a
alius ol lbs public patronage. Give thorn a call
The Union Meeting HEAD-QUARTERS PROVOST MARSHAL,
19th District Ohio.
Warren, O., 21st Sept., 1863.
Dab 6m j Plume give publicity through
jour newspaper, for tbe information of tbe
publio, to tbe following ciroular, issued by
tbe Provost Marshal General t
"War Department, Provost
Marshal General's Office,
Washington, D. C., 14th Sept. 1863.
(Circular No. 83.)
"Men wbose namos wvro drawn In tbe
If aft ordered by the War Dopartment.Aug.
U h. 1862, and who, on tbe 3d day of Marob,
JHC3, bad substitutns iu the aorvioa of tbe
tiilled Suits, aro to be-buld exempt from
liability to service under the presnnt draft,
JAMES B. FRY.
Provost Marshal Geuoral."
Capt. and Provost Marshal 19th Dist. Ohio.
sfjarlbo ial of Fairbanks' Scales tbe
present year, particularly at tbe West.las
been largely in advauoa of any previous
ysardunng tbe whole history of the Mes
sieurs Fairbanks' business-, which shows
tiusual prosperity or those branches
tiaess iu whiob weighing i done, and
. the increasing popularity with the
; of theso culubraiud Sciilcj.
IMTOaTAST TO FEJiLESr
DR. CHEESEMAN'S TILLS,
Prepared by Crneliv L. Ckmrman.M. D.
Niw Yoaa Cirr. '
Tlwcoinbinatiwnaol llireJlentln these Pllla
are iht result ol a long and extensive practice.
They ar mild in their aperttlon, and certain in
correvnini! 11 irregulari'irs, Painlul Menstrua
lions, removing all obstructions, wlieiher fr.,m
etild nr olherwiaei ptilnha ivu t c:
Palpitation ol the Heart. Wliilea, all Nervoi.e
Alluciions, Ilyatoriea. Kntiaim. Pnin in l.. n..L
and Limba, A.c, Uiaiurbcd bleep, which arise
(rom interruption tit nature
'1 0 M A K l( 1 h. I) L A Dl ES,
" ; iieeeemoire l ine are Invaluable, aa Ihey
will bring on the Monthly Period with regular,
ity. Ladies whohave bem disappointed in the
use ni omer pins, can plocethe uimoat conlidenue
lu Dr. Cheeaeinan's Pilla doing all that they rep
resent to do.
There Is one condition of the female system
in which the i'ills cannot be taken without pro
ducing a PECULlAk RESULT. Tho con,
ditloit referred to is rNEGXA iJ I the result
MISCA KM AG R. Such is tho irrcaUtibM tun
dnncy of the medicine to restore the Sexual Func
lions lo a normal eoudition, that even the repro
ductive power nf namre cannot resiet it.
Warranted Purely Vegrtnblr, andrPEE
from anything injurious. Explicit directions,
which should be read, accompany each BOX.
Price 11,00. gent by mail on enclosing $1.00 to
Cornelius L. Ciiceseinsn, Box 4,531, Post Orfict,
New York Citv.
Sold by ONE Druggist in every town in the
R. B HUTCUINS,
General Ageut for the United Slates.
No 114 Broadway. N.Y..
To whom all Wholesale Ordors should be ad
Iressed. Fur Sale by A Cook, Druggist. Char
Ion, Ohio. e21d3b&
The Great French Remedy.
Nudum Iloliin't fclcbratrd
Silver-touted FEM.lLIi FILLS.
' f3!!13 '""'" B"J safe Kenirdy lur all
I UlerinoObslruetions.. Monthly DiHiculties, Ir
togularitiea. and ail other diseases to wliichthe
woman, wile and mother, is peculiarly liable.
These Pills .-onlniu no deleterious ingiedienta.
but are safe and certain iu thoir action. They
will be found to exert the happiest effect in nil
tviscs of Prolapsus L'teri, in Lnitcorrhea or the
W hltes; Ihcy will be found the easiest und most
certain cure that can lie found. It ie on account
ol this certainty that they should not be taken
by Pregnant Females, during the A'rsi3 month;
u ;,,,,,urr,Kr in crnnm 10 oe orougiit on,) but ai
other periods their use is perfectly sale.
N. II. f 1,00 encloaed tnany autlinrizad Agent,
will eusurepuckape of pills by return uf moil.
C. S. CUOSBY, (ieiiernl Agent.
Fort Krie.C. W., Huflnlu, N Y.
CtUTto.x. Bewureol CoiinterfeiiB; the genuine
havetheaignoture ol CCEOSD 1'on the outside
0"Forsaleby A.Cook, Chardon; C.S. Field
cast uariuon; U. f. Treat, Cluiiduu: U. The
Mathews' Chocolate "Worm Drops.
NEVER fail to destroy and exterminate ALL
kindsol luicatinul Worms. Are perlecily reli
able in nil coses, and (or superior to an valid all
other Fancy Worm Couleciioiis and nousoous
Vermihigca now in use. They moy be token
at a. I limes with perfect sufety, os they contain
M MKUCUKYor other tlelelerious Drugs
Mothers should always purchase the in, and give
their children no oilier.
No C'ithirtie whatever is necessary tobe given.
E-ich Box contains ?4 Drops or Lozenges.
Price 25 Cents. For Sale by all Druj!iista 4c.
Dealers in Medicines t94vl
C It. WALKEK.Ge.rl Agent.
Bufi'ulo.N. V., aud Fort Eric. C. W.
THE CONFESSIONS & EXPERIENCE
a v;. An y0.'18 vaud,
I Juolished tor tne benctit, uud us n eaulion to
I young men, and o;hers,who suffer Irom No
vous Debility, Koily Decay, and their kindred
ailments supplying the meana ofaell etire. By
one who has cured hinisell alter being a victim
of misplaced confluence in medical humbug and
quackery. By enclosing a postpaid directed en
velope, tiingle copies may bo had. of the author,1
Natuanill .Mayjaib, hiq , lied lot d, Kings Co.,
New York. Tl3wi
TOBIAS VENETIAN HORSE
LINIMENT, pint botllus at fifty cents
eaob, lor lamouuss, cuts, (tails, colio, spruins.
&o , warranted choupur than any other. It
la usud by all the groat horsemen on Loup
Island courses. It will not cure ring bono
nor spavin, us there is no liniment in exist
onob that will. What it is stated to euro it
positively does. ,Vo owner of hortrs tvU do
without d after trying- out bollte. One dose
revives aud ofteu saves tho lilu of uu over
heatud or driven horso. Eor oolic and bel
lyache it bus never fuilod Justasaure as
the sun rises, just so sure is this valuublo
Liuitnent tn be tbo Horso ombfocnion of
the day. Sold by ull druggUts. Offlco, 6
Curtlaudt Strout, New York.
Chardon Market—Retail Price Current.
Reported expressly for the JkiVEasuMtar Demo
crat, by Messrs. Wii.kims& Kbllsv, Chardon
Dried Fruit Apples ctioice---
u utter Ulioice per lb. js
CoitEE Java pet lb. 00
no per lb. 37 X
Ground per lb. 3;X
Jjanuelion per lb. a
Plantation per lb. 30
Currants Euglish perlb. 25
Cakules Tallow- perlb. 15
oicaniia per lb. 16lo 18
tons in iur .. -per Du 37M
onetlea per bushel ttt
rxcuii aupernns per bar 5 50
,xlrB.. perbarrel b W)
Double Extra per barrel 6 50
White Wheat 7 ou
IFj-au ceius toaa in barrels.
Kish Dry Cod perlb 6 a
vvntie.-... per kmi $coo
White per lb. B
Trout - perlb. 8
,''"; barrel 587X
Mackerol nnrll, r i.i
" per ton in to $12 tH)
''j 1 :v ;-w per m. 10 iol2
Poultry ClnckeiiB dressed ..per !b. dii
Turkeys dressed Derlh. 1
Oats ; ; ""por bushel 50
Oil, Lard (white strained) ....per gallon J, 50
porgul. $1 50
Coal Oil percal., (beat)
Rica Prime per lb.
Valentia ttaisins perlb : ....
Layers pertb. J5 pel box
M. U. Kaisius ner hm s.4 50
SYBUrGolden percal Ion
Golden Extra per gallon
Molasses New Orleans uer un linn
8uoARCrushod and granulated per lb.
per lb. 17
per lb 12 to 16
Soat Chemical '.bar)...
1 per lh. 7 to 8
1 ransparent (bar)-.
'1 perlb. 10
2 60 to 2 75
J5 to c
School EXAMINERS' Notice.
THE Board of School Examiners of Geauga
County, will hold their next meeting, -On
Saturday. the 3d da u of Octeber. 1863 .
atCbardon. Tbe hour is 10 o'clock, A.M.
J O. WORllALLO, Clerk.
Chardon. Sept. I81I1, 1963.
BROKE into my enclosure abnet the 10th of
August, a I.io-ht lirown Horse, black
Mane and Tail, 3 Whits Feet, about 15 hands
high, and about 10 years old. Tbs owner is re
quested by the undersigned to provs property,
pay charges, and take him away.
. F. a MOFF.LY.
Thompson, Bept. 11th, 1863. 613w
NOTICE. The undersigned has been du'y ap
poinied and qualified as executrix 011 the to
tals of John S Cleveland, deceased, lata of Car
ton, Ceauga Coiiiiiv. Ohio
Mrs. f. II. CLEVELAND.
Burton Sept. 25lh, 13C3. 7153
INTERNAL I. Ii VENUE TA X ES !
Ornca hr Culuctur or Intbjinu. R ivtatfi, I
ltfxu District or Ohio.
Arhtubula,Arhlululu Cou,ity,(h,Srpt.V, l63.
rPHE Aatessor or the I9ili Collection Dmiici nf
X the. Stale or Olilo having rendered lumihii
annual Collection l.ltt, commencing May 1,186.1,
of all persons w(ihin the said iJiairicl liable lo
pay United Stolce duties or tales, according to
i Ine urovisiena of an imi ntliU.l mAm.m
! yul? '""""al revenue lo support thelioverninent
i "'i'1 to pay iutereat on the Duhlir debt." nni.mvi.H
... jiuiibi.iii vi 111 IK1 I
sb'i- nnl aineiidmeiita and suppls-
"'J" ' ' itfn o all persona liable to pay
such riuiicaor taxes within the (;ouiiiyoi (issues,
neaidState. that the sold duties snd taxes hove
he received by Eugene V. Canfleld. Fsq . Deputy
Collector ol the iih Division ol' eaiii Oi-lri.-t, at
y1" " inn payanir, ana inni I lis mine will
nia uuiue in the village of Chardon in aa
ni r t i " j ..
oi ucluuer next, and ll pcrtnns who neglect or
relnae In pay the duiica or taxes o as oforowid
oi ueouga, unlll nnd Including tho
assessed upon tlietn, wiihin the time anecitiud
shall he linbletopny ten per centum additional
upon the amount thereof.
KaiJ ,st includes the Taxes for Licenses, on
Incomes, Carriages, Silver Plate. A.c.
Legal tender ninne, ry. rpeeived.
, HKNItY r'ASsSfl'T, Collector.
September 11th, -VlJif
n.V. WaOI)( BROTHEll, having ri,r
chased lho Ksioblishment recently owneit by
Samuel t'a lim. wmilil nun, .niw... I.. n....l. ..I
Chardon und vicinity, that they are now pre -
o.'irel in d.pni.h nil l,.i. r 'ri........ ... i I..' ii
kinds of work in their line, on terms ns low ,
ouy. a gjnn supply or iiuwurekept couriaiitly
en hand. IKrUepiiiring lione on short llolico.
(iive l horn a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Chardon, September Hih, I86J 7Ht(
DR. WM. C. TYLER
has located al Fowler's Mills. Miinson, (jeanea
County, Ohio. MruHice over Al. Egglcston'a
Alunson, Sept. 1 1 lit. I8G3.
CSTRAY Siraved from tbe ri
ii deuce ol the Stibscritier near Or.
nil Tucker's and Mr. C. A. Vaughn's,
in Chardon, about 2 months ago. a Heifer, one
and a hull years old, fore part ol body red. bind
part white, red neck, and heavy horns lor her
t;e. Any person giviim tnlormoiion ot the where
abouts ui's-dd hcilcr to Mr. Tucker, Mr. Vaughn,
or at the Vtmoiral Office, will he suitably re
Clurdon, September lflili, laiij. 7Hw3
r"pAKK.N UP by the Subscriber, on Tuesday
J ol this week, a Span ol llorsos the one
a Urny Moro the other a Dork Brown Hotre.
The owner is requested lo prove property, par
charges, aud take them away.
Wm G. MUNSELL.
Chardon, September 18th, lt'G3. 714w3
BKKS FOR Sr.K.-.The Subser bf,r offcra
lor sale I'U'TY SWA 11,11s OF DF.KS.
iorins niiKleroie. OTIS HttWE.
iliompson.Sept. 18lh, 1P63. 7)4w4
CHARDON & CLEVELAND
rpHE Undersigned would say tn the traveling
I. community, that he has again commenced
running his coiui'oriuble Passenger Express from
Churdou 10 Cleveland, as follows:
7-e lives Chardon liom Chase's Hotel, on Mon
day, ti A. M, ond arrives in Cleveland ut I IK
A.M i leaves Cleveland Irom the City Hotel, (or
Chardon, 10 A. M..'Tuesdny.
Ltmvem Churdou from Chase's Hotel, on Fri
day at 0 A.M.. ond arrives In Cleveland ai 11 .!
A. M i loaves Cleveland from the City Hotel, lur
Chardon, at 10 A. M.
FKICIGIIT at very low rates; and all er
rands end jobbing In my line, done with quick
ness and dispatch.
All orders from persons refilling out of town,
nay be iett al 1 he Store nf Wilkin. Keliey,
where they will be promptly attended 10.
The -undersigned would soy to )e people of
tins vicinity, mat nicy can goto t. H'veliind lor
SI, 00 less, and arrive there sooner than they eau
by Puinesville. Passengers will bo taken to uny
part of (he city al the same price.
. V. O.ELDHEOOE.
Chardon, May 82nd, 1863. OitTif
Chardon & Cleveland
WILL leave Chase's Hotel in Chardon, every
Monday morning at 7X o'clock, uud ur
rive in Cleveland at 1 H o'clock P. M.. ..eaves
Cleveland Irom ihe Commercial Iloutc at !H o,
cluck A.M. 011 Tussdny morning .cuvesChur
don every Thursday morning ut 7X A. M., und
arrives in Cleveland at It P. M leaves Cleve
land from the Commercial Iioute, every Friday
morning, at 9 o'cock.
Passauuei scan go this way cheaper, and with
less trouble iliun uuy oilier way. and go thrgugh
as quick. Passengersdeiiverd in any part ol the
city lor the same piice. Freight drawn at very
iow puti-a, r.rramis promptly niieimca 10.
DAMEV. BliSTOK, Proprietor.
Chardon, July 17th, 1803 7UDif
Geo. W, C. IIUHLBUTT,
TTAV1NG recently onened a new and rnmmn
XX dious suite of rooms over tne Clothing Store
of L. J. KuikioII, 1 am now prepared to muke all
nuoe 01 piciures ordinarily called lor bv the pub.
lie, viz., Photographs, Ambrotypes. Ferolvnes
1 ictures on Leather, &.e ,tc. Ladies with suiail
cuiiureu will please call 111 perlectly clear days,
between 10 A.M. aud 2 P. M. liy strict atten
tion to business. 1 ho,io lo merit a lilieial patron
oga from the public.
. . CEO. W.C. HL'RLBUTT.
Chardon, Aug 6th, 18C3. 708 if
DR. J. McCONNELL'S
Established June, I860.
Z33, Superior 8t.', Cleveland, Ohio.
3r Artificial Eyes inserted, that have the ap
pearance and motion of the natural eye. 676 1
PENSIONS AND BOUNTY Widows
JL of ollicera and soldiers who luve died, or
who have been killed in service, their minor chil
dren or dependent parents, brothers or outers,
are entitled to lull peusiuns, and arrears ol pay,
and S10J bounty j and invalid soldiers are euti
Uud to a pension to the extent of disability.
All who nave served 1 ivu years, or who nave
Dean sooner aiscnarged by reason ol WUUfi Us,
are entitlad to flOOlieuiuy.
The undersigned, late Lieut. Colonel 7th Ohio
Vols., has opened an oflice in Warren, Trumbull
County, Ohio, to prosecute the Pension and
Bounty business, and will also prosecute all busi
ness against 1 he Government 111 any of its De
partments. Ills long experience in the business
lea years and long service in the War. and
his thorough acquaintance with ths maimer ol
aoing ths bushiest, and how aud where to obtain
evidencs iu all oases, give him advantages over
all other persons sngiged in the business.
He charges only the legul the, S5,u0, in Pen
slou: cases, with a chorize of 11.50 liir anch
davit where additional evidence is requireo.
OCrSoldiers, write to aim, ur call on him at his
office. II you write, give a full history of the
euse. and enclose a stums, and von will ant
satisfactory antwar by latum mail.
J. r. Are.K, Attorney at Lew, ' ,
695m3 'Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio.
WANTED, 10 OOO dozen tte for Csh,t 1
WlLKLNb & KELLKV'b. - I
' ... . f
American TEA Company,
5T Vcscy Strrat, Nctv York)
Flue its organisation has created a naw era in
Uia liiatory wl i
WIIOLESALIXG TEAS IN TDIS COl'XTRT.
They have introduced tlicir selections of Teas,
and ai telling ihcin ainot over
'o "lo fi9 -.. 77. r.7.,. t t
MS., pCT 10. (XbOVt COSl,
NtHer deviating fum tlie OXE riiiCE
Another Deculinritv of the Comoonv in that
their I'la Tasti.n not only duvuic. Im lime iu iI.k
- no . .... .. 7 Hu . v.v ...a .line iu nig
aeleelion ol llieir '1 HAS na lo quality, value and
particular atyles lor particular loculiius uf cuun
try. ,f hea' Ihe Tea Anyer lo choline nut uf
their mormon ftv k nuch Tea os are hest ndipt
ed to hie particular winte end not only this, but
uuints toil to him the Bent B'lririiiit.
llis easy to see the ineolcul'ihle advantage a I
1 LA 1
-Uuv" "" " """U"m,M" "Mr a"
oisno ittdct of Tea or tho Marktt. if his
II he la no fudge of Tea or tho Marxtt, if his
mi-iitt'iu r, lit iini.pi. nr vrrf riiy in a Wei I-I
organixed system of doing bu iness, of ail im-i
I..l Li. I.. I HI -1. L ,,
mrn.r enimnl. of ihe irfir.ie of a vnt,.ml
ner rniilnl, 01 Hie jiittemtrttt nl a prnlrttmnut
I'fa 'I'Asrsa, and the knowlcifge of superior
This enables all Tea buyers-no matter if thev
arethotisanils of miles Irom this marker (a ni,,.
ciii.eoH a. good f.rm. hire as the .Va, 10
Pnrtios enn order Teas and tvill be nerved n$
writ ut though thty came thi-welvr being sure
10 got or 4H-tl pt rknge tru Height autt tnrtn;
""' EAS ar6.-WRaKTSD as rrprmrtttrd .
We issue a Price List ol the Cbmoanv'a Ti
wl''eli will be sent to all who order it eonipris-
IIYSOX, YOl'NG 11YSOKT, IMPEniAI..
.LM'0Di;tt, THAKKAV & iSKIN.
ooloxo, soucnoxa, or.
AXQE d- JJTS OX PEKOE.
Jrtiiin Tea of every Dticnption, Colored 4
This List has each kind of Tea divided into
Fill'lt Ct.rsr, nnniolyi UAIIUO, high CAR-
derslanii from Deirrinivn and Price nunexed
ut, r i! r., r utl , tuat eveiy ouo may un
(iat the Company are drlermined to Undfrirll
ir wnnie i c raue.
K f (I II KB IU IH: II I .U Vmr U . a I It'll
f-T.' ;'i;w1l)CKNTS t,8t'rls) per pound sii.es
l.USI, believing tins lo be attractive to the
many who have herotolore been paying Eor -
ve eairnntre to sell ALL our 1 EAS al wit
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COHPASY,
lMi'ortTF.ns & Jonnrns,
Hn. 51 Vuey St. New Yoitx.
i:. & II. T AKTHO.MY,
JInnufiiflurtn of 1'liolograjiliie materials,
01 Broad wat, Js'kw Yoiik.
OTJll Cotalngue now embraces considerably
over l our TIiuu-hiiU dilVcreui subjects
(to which oddt'ions oio uoiitiniially being made)
of i'ortraits ol Eminent Americans, etc, via. 1
74 Mojor-Gen'rals, 525 Statesmen,
l'.0 Hrig.-tienerul 127 Divines,
iij' Colonels, llli Authors,
84 Lieut. -c:ols., 30 Artists.
207 Other Officers,' HZSiage,
tiu Navy OIKeers, 4i Prominent Women
M7 I'KDJllJlliS r ForeiEll HllltiltAITM,
,(" 1'OI'IF.S OF WltK.SUF Alt'l',
tnciuuiiig liepr.Kiuciious ot the most Celebra
ted Kugravines. Pumtings, Statues, &.c. Cata
logues sent on receipt ol Stamp. An Order lor
O.ie Dozen PIC 11) KF.S Irom our Catalogue will
be filled ou receipt el l,st, aud sent by mail,
Of these we nionufactttre a Great Variety,
ranging in price Irom 50 icmi to S50 each.
Uur A LUl) MS have the reputation of being su
perior 111 beauty and durability tootheis. The
smaller kinds can be sent safely by mail al a
pusings 01 d cenis ier "z
Tne more expensive con be sent by express.
We also keep a Large Assortment of
Slcrcscopes & Slcrcscopic Views
OurCatulogue of these will be sent to any ad
dreason receipt of Siamp.
E. &, H.T.ANTHONY,
MANurAcVt RERs or PiiotoonAfnic Materials,
501 IJroadwoy, New York.
Friends or relulivea of prominent military men
will confer a favor by sending us their likenesses
lo copy. They will be kept carclully, and re
Fine Albums Made to Order for Cnngre
gallons to present to their Pastor, or for other
purposes, with suitable inscriptions,
PENSION AND BOUNTY.
rpil C undcrsLncd has opened an elltce in Chnr
1 don, Geauga County, Ohio, to prosecute the
t ension nnil Uomity uusniess, and will ulso pros
ecute oil business uguiiiai ihe Government. His
long experience and service ill the wnr, in lho
capucily nf Captain in the 7 III Ohio Vols., and
his lamiliarity with the manner of doing busi
ness iu the various departments of the Govern
ment, and 1 lie manner of obiaiuing evidences in
all cases, give him advantages over all other per
sons engaged in the business.
Krllo charges only the legal fee, f. In
Pension cases, with a charge of Sl lor each affi
davit, when additional evidence is required.
Soldiers, give him a coil at his office. In wri
ting, give a full liiatory of the case, enclosing o
etamp, aud you will get a full answer by return
moil. GEO. L. WOOD,
Attorney at V.nw.
Chordon, July 3d, 1863. 7u3if
fTMIE undersigned. haviuE onenoil an OfTien si
I the Ensign House in Knst Cloiidon, takes
tins mettioa 01 luiorming nis I r lends and the pub
lic, that he is prepared to do all kindiol work in
the line ol Dentistry as good aa the best, and as
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
and solicits a shore of their patronage.
VT All Work warranted. Give us a call.
, , . R ROWLEY.
East Clandon, June 19lh, 1863. 671n,6
Manufacturer or Ilnlr Jewelry
fl'AKES leave to snnounce that ho has takes
-L the Sale Room over Wilkinsi Kelley's, op
posite the Newspaper Office, and is row prepared
to execute ail orders he should be favored with,
a manner to Insure tne most pertect ratialoe
tlon. A Stock of select Jewelry etc. on sale, for
which he solicits the favor of an early Inspection,
Chardon, Feb. iQth, 1862. 68ttf
' Will keep eonstantlyon hand
GROCERIES of all kinds, Flour &
yni s .
t-Pleaaaeafl altfie Brick Store on ths cor
ner. oppositeChsse's Hotel.
Chardon, August 16lh, 1861. 605lf
EVERY soldier disabled in the service is en
titled to a Pension, also those discharged on
account of wounds to I00, Bunny. Cull im
liltiditiiely on Geo L. Wood, who is licensed Oy
g&vernment, and makeyour applisuliuttav.
ATrilfTR & TR"nT K18K br
I! OUT FISH br H hnrrel, ai
WU.K1XS&; KELLEFS. I
Wilcox it Curdy,
PLAIN & FANCY SILKS,
ASDFIOOIIED SllSS, '
PL A IX
BLACK A COLORED ALPACAS,
STRIPE. PAAtD ALPACAS,'
In the New Colors and Shades. '
PLAI. & STItlIl ITIOIIAIRs),
F.legant Colors in
DAHATIIEAS, TLRIN ac REPS,
In Elegant Shades.
Brautifnl Iligh-Colortd UL WOOL PLAIDS
orit.. i-i... ai. ...:.i
Uf .'ir TJOVIt! 7IVPJ riTIt- iln 1 i-.r.f.
""iwl. uu n. VvUVlta,
With White Silk Stripes.
sniL tt, TUt-'x ar i
-OlaCK CSC W Hit 6 MohairS,
CLOTHS ii CLOAKINQS;
Col'd Cloakings and Dress Cloths,
New Style STKIPF. Shawls In Beautiful Colors
' Chucked Si Plaid ' "
', Sf.OlCll " " "
i-V SQUARE 4- LOy.
ELEUJlJYT 4.YEr7 PATTER.Y
Black and While Thread iace Barbs. Imitnion
.ace Barbs, Black r ilk .aco Veils
KID GLOVES, G Al'NTLtJTTS, COT
-rnv 1. wnrif i.'m 1 1 rw p nunv
I . ,luft " UUL.L.W llUSft, t AJNCl
from ii Cts. up,
WoOLKN JltSg I'OK MlsSSi it UlltLUKKN.
Woolen Yarns. Shetland and Zcphvr, Tinsel,
Zephyr ornaments, Steel and Jot Pius, New
7'riimniiig snd Ornamental IJutioiis, .em her
lluttons und lieltings, Port .Mouuics, Brushes,
m. m m tn m fm
In the New Colors!
. . ladies' ai Mb see ... , .
SPANISH, FELT & STRAW HATS,
In Block, White nud the New Colors.
FINE Fit KNPH PtJATINtlS AKHPASOT.
MEItiid, 'ion and Leather Colored Pont Goods.
iiewoiyie vestings, i oilors' . i runmings, 4i.c..
A arge Stock of '
ONE CASE OF
DARK COL'D PRINTS AT 14 Cli.,
TEAS, SUGARS, SPICES, dc,
50 Cuses L.aUiCH Mlsc Children's and
1 11 1 a lies'
Boys' and Youths'
BOOTS & SHOES,
OCT A Full Stock of Rubbers to arrivec
20 TONS BUTTIUt nnd 40 TONS
UltlUU APPLLs WANTED.
AVILCOX dt CURDY.
Fall Dry GOODS.
RICH PLAIN SILKS.
ALPACAS ALL COLORS,
RICH CHKCK'D POPLINS.
ARMURE CLOTH. PARAMETTAS.
DELAINES,tc, Sim., iie.
Kid Glovea, Balmorals, Belts, Ribbons. Trim,
mings. Bullous, Ornaments. BfJar.HS ttivips;
Foncy Velvets, Thread Lace Coilors, f.iiien do.',
I.'.nl.rni.lu.u U.ln L.!..: IIJL' linn '
...I..., ...ue, w Wlllil,, L.UKIIIUB. HUB S. I I. in
iacd rape auu urenauiuea
aud all kinds of Fancy Goods.
Cloak and Shawl Department,
Everything Now and Desirable.
Cloths. Caseimeres. Vestings, Woolens, Ken'ty
Jeans. Coatings. Goods of Every Kind for men
ond Boys, House Repairing Goods, Linens, Di
apere. Damasks, Pillow Muslins,
One Price Only.
Prom which there is no deviatior. 69411
"WondersT Never Cease!"
MANSFIELD 4. ALLEN would Inform their
Geauga friends that they havs formed a
Copartnership, for the Durrjose or ihe
lure and &! of Furnhuro uf alt kindv, aucb at
Chairs Tables, SOFAS, Loanges,
STANDS, BEDSTEAD!!, rj-e..
Which they offer at "LIVING PRICES."
A Lsrga Assortment of Gilt and Rosewood
Moldings for Picture Frames.
IKrGood Lumber takes la exchange for Fur
niture. TTRooms sn Main Street, en doer west sf
tiaoa'aurocsry, I'lssss givens s roll.
J. A. MANSFIELD,
' C. B ALLEN.
Palneevtlle, April Mill, I SeS. 63tf
.20 Tons. Butter Wantrd-
Forwhicb ths highest nmrkel price will hepnld
71Jtf ' WILCOX & CL'iiDY.
" w,tr,'t ssr fcsni,
fst iluj wlwle swudiea foitiifil a esrs.'
, ' . and
bare been introduced to the ptiblio for mors
tltun six years, nnd Imvo nci(uirod an
far excoedin; any I'rtmily Medicines of
similar nature in the mitrket.
An appreciating pnblio was not long in
uncovering mey posscsseu rcinnrknljlo
nd hence thoir
and consequent proGt to tho Proprietor, thus
enabling Iniu to expend
of dollars each year in advertising their
morilH, uud publishing tho
whicli have been showered upon liiin from
Tho peculiarity of the
is thnt they strike at the root of Disease,
by eradicating every particlo of impurity
" vv l&oo,
for the life nnd health of tho body depends
upon the purity of tho blood. .
ir 11.- l.tnn.i ;u ,....! .i. j
out a miserable existence. Thuso medicines
" :'.7 ,,D"u,-.-",B"
for curing .
tS7:in CDintsates, Old Seres,
Sxit iteum., .. Ifheumatism,
(Xjspepct(X, ' Si 3!: HezJUeh, '
Liver Complaint, Fever- and Jlgue,
Xjeixaerrhaea., Female Complaints,
Erysipelas, St. jln.tlion,y'B Fire,
I'umors, . . Kruptions,
Fitn, Scrofulous Ci.nsu.mx.tion, etc
OTIEparsnn wr'tlos, ber dnugbterwas eurcd
of lits of nine years' standing, and til Vitus'
dance of two Tears.
ANOTHER writes, his son tvas cured
after bis Uesh bad almost wasted away.
'Tho doctors prouounced the cose iuc
ANOTHER wns cured of Fever und Ague
oner rrvirii; every incaicino id ins react).
ANOTHER was cured of Fever Sors
which hud existed fourteen years.
ANOTHER of liheumntism of eight years.
Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia and'f.ircr
Complaint could be mentioned in which tbe
rtrilior and Pills
Vov& Wc c Cm.
are tho most activo and thorough pills that
have evor beon introduced.
Thev act 00 directly unon the Liver, excit
ing that organ to anch nn extent na that the
Hju.i-ii, u.run ii... luiaj.so jiuu iim loruier con
dition, which is too npt to be tbe case witb
simply a purgative pill.
They are really a
which, in conjunction with the
will cure all the aforementioned diseases,
and, of themselves, will relieve. aud cure
Heaiaolis, Cosfrt'eaesa, .
Culis (Pains,: Cholera JvTorhxua, "
Indigestion, Fin in the o-jjtlt,
Try those medicines, and you will never
Ask your neighbors, xvho have used them,
and they will say they are
end you should try them before going for a
Get a Pamphlet or Almnnao of my local
agent, and rottd the certificates, and if you
huve ever doubted you will
! proof thnt tha Blood Pu rift fir and IM1U an pnrtly
" iiiwnn.tin vi (utw vntmant cuuru
UU, rrofeaaon. Chilton of M. Y., mod Lckv of Ciuciuiiatl.
Bad Dr. Ro1wicka ffpoctal Notion and CertfAratisa pub
liaheti iu m couiicuoua part of thta Paper from tiioa ta
Prica nf the ScandinaTian TcgctnMa Blood Pnrlftrr. f 1
pr btntla, or f.i pr lialf down. Of tha HcandioavUm Vrg
table Blood I'M It, 23 centa jwr box, or 6 oer for f I.
Phnciivitl Offlca and 8aMrooro, No. Kaat Fourth St,
Sd BiuMing from Main St., Cluclonati, U. hklomors
too. I ilaitiruoini fltroots ,
FOR SALE BY..
A.COOK and JOHN NICHOLS. C.hnrAnn. r.
S. Field. Easl Claridon , Cleveland & Son. Bur
ton s J .VI . 1'hompson , Vliddleheld ; Herrick it
Gaines, Newbury t C. & C.lt Harmon .Chesler
A perfect ANTIDOTE, SPECIFIC and CUBE for
RHEUMATISM & HEURALG1A
has long been needed. After earnest snd psllsal
research, this bss bee a triumphantly
discovered. It is colled
Watson's Neuralgia King.
WATSON'S NEtTRALOIA KINO reaches tun sooree
of the trouble, sad bitnUht Vm Utitiit from lbs sys
tern. Unhko ttis untold numbes or Llalmetit sad
Kiabroeatlnoi wolch merslystluialatotbs.urrace.aro
but temporary lo their erTeeu. '..nl aro at be.t, of
doubtful virtus. It 6TK1KKS AT THE SEAT or the
ailra.ot, AltUEaTS IT, K1LU IT, aVAiXCA.To)
IT, aod loaves no trace beaind.
"Watson's Neuralgia King
ALSO CUBES OOUT AKD DTSPEMIA,
la all their ferms. It It new giving roller to aaeas
emdt who have beenaufferiiif troui theM dssassesuS
who have 1 KlEl) ALL OTULU iiM ui vaio.
; ' Watson's Neuralgia King-
Hss neelred the lo4 Unttmimta! from the htrt.
eslsnuroes in regard mtu WOMDKFUL KFx'I
CACT. II (ipsrstessnib equal auooeaa lu mild aud
ehroalo easua, MnrftiMng to work outa'spaedj a4
seroiaaoal our a. ,
Watson's Neuralgia King
Oasts bat eae dollar a bottle, and LEtlft TOAX A
BOTTLE ofwo elloois the cod desired. .
WATSON'S Nr.vrBAI.OI A KISO Is tha enlytrS.
CtriO AND CUKE FOU ltUKUalATISMaad KE
KALOI A that has ever baeo disonvered.
tor Sat tin uit jMaUrt, Prepared oaly br
C. R. WALKER, Agent,
Buffalo. N. Y.. and Fort Erie. C XV."
For aale bv A. Cook and John NirbnU Char.
don i C. 6. Field. E Cloiidon i C. P. reat.
Claridon E. Tbompson. Iluutaburg.
PIIOTOGRAril ALBUMS for sale st Di
Nielidls' Drug Siore.
Chardon, Muy 6, lSo3.
ITo. 6 Beaver St., Albany, Kew Voik.
Dlt.TI-.M.KH eontlntiri to bScotifidrnttaMy
and auccesslully cbnollid on alltntnis of
privoto dissosea, ol Ins old til-bll-lit d Jlnplial,
No. 3 lleuver fit., Albany, N. Y. Tv.nr.y years
dcvoitd to lliis one particular biaur Ii el I'll vine,
et.obUr him to prrlnrm cures nueh ss no other
pliysicinn can 1 and bis fee; II Irs are such, (being
In corn .spuntlenec Willi ihe most f elrbialrd pi )
mcioiis ol lho Old XV or d.)ol olriainii g itiesnle.t
ss well ns ihe latest n medii a for I here (Ureases,
oiler inducements lolls unlirliinnte ol sqimk
snd rapid tuie, to be ubtsu,td at uo sthcr t ll'.te
In Americs. -
In syphilis, gonorrl.o-i, gleet, strlrturrs, tn
lorgrnieut ol lho lestieli'S ar:d sprrmneetis
Corns, bubo, ulcerated iliroul.rore lliruut. t ulare
mia erugulons, biles, ulcere, abscesses, tnd all
oilier impurities of the system, 010 perfectly un
der the control of lli Doctor's mtdicir.rs, end
have been tested in more than iO.UbO coses on
ntinllv with iniuiciise sueeess.
YOl'NG MKN ncdicied to serrel bfihits. wre
have itupoired their Inelih and (lesiro)cd the
vigor ol their minds, ihua depriving ilirnoclves
ol the plf tisurrsol nintricd lilr, ore nniiliud Ihot,
in consul'ing )r J. Teller, tl ey will find a (riend
10 console, ond s physician who has cimd iliou
thiols, ill 11I1110.1I every purl ol the l ulled iiuns,
who applied to Dr. T. lirnKc n flov. 11 iu hcolili,
now rejoice in oil 1 hot tr.oln s lilt iicsiiiil le ficd
man hnppy. '1 ho reader is ol course nwnre that
the .lelit-ocy will prevnita mote minuie descrip
tion ol this terrible dieofe.
D It. 'I ELLEK'S t;RI.AT XVORK-A hook
for cverybony. Startling disi'torttics! Vt. 'J ti
ler's tiitut Wotk Inr ti e noiriuu oiirl tlmfe con
lempliiling marrioge tK) paaet lull ol Inter
price 2:1 cents Senile oil puns, tinitrr nal.by
moil, post paid. The single married, t.nd tbe
married hoppy. A Lectine on l ."Ve. or how to
Choose 0 Parmer-a Completo Woik 011 Mid
wileiy. It euiiiains liuiu.reils ol secrets river
belore puc'i'lied. XXnrionted to bewcr'h ll.ne
times the a.'iouitt ai-ki d lor tl.e work 'ivit nty
tive cents, iu spveieorpostnt siutl ps w ill reente
a copy by return rnnil. Dr. 'J'clitr has devoted
0 lileiime lo the cure of these diseases ol which
his bonk In 01s.
TO THE LDICS.-Dr. J.Tcllerstill rctoins
the only Aiidiev in America lor the iule 111 L'r.
Vichci's ltulinn i'rinalc Monthly Pills. '1 he sale
01 more than i.'0.tu() t.nxi s is'oMifIk d their rrpti
toiion ns a Female Ketneey iiriupprnei.litd, mid
lor Ml oilvance ol eveiy other medicine lor stop
ages, 11 regularities, and other tibstniciiinis in lo
mates. Cactio.'; Married Indies. In certain delicme
situaiions. shnuld avoid their ttso. For reasons.
See directions which neenlnrmnv -ii-li rineUnire.
'or tlie guidance of putients. on the receipt of
1 tlu price per box, tl.efe pills will bo sent by
1 iiiuil or expre-s. lo uny put 1 ol ihe world, m euro
'rum euri y or dnmigc. trrotlite hours Irom
8 A M. to 0 P. .M: and on Sundays Irom 2 to S
N. B Personsat a distance eon he cured at
home, by addressing n letter to J. Teller, enclos
ing a romitmnce. . Mediciut securely parked
from obi r union, sent to any pnn of the world.
All cases worrnnre.l. Nochargu lorodviee. No
students or h it s employ, d. Notieo this od
dreHs nil letters to J. TKI.LKIf , M. I.,
bW) 1 fo. i Beaver Street. Albouy.N. Y.
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a tnntittitioita! tVwase, n corruption of the
blood, by which tliU ltuid becomes vitiated,
weak, nnd poor. Ii. iu in the circulation, it
ptrvu J..-M the whole body, nnd may burst out
m disease ou any putt of it. No oiRan it free
from in nttucki, n.ir i tberu one which it may
riot destroy. The srrofiilous taint is vniiottsly
catiicd by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure tiir, filth
and lilthy l.abibt, the ilipiTHsuig vices, end,
above all. by the venereal infection. What
ever be it.-. uii,'iii. It hereditary in the con
stitution, deicriiuiug " liom pareuts to.rhihlrcit
unto the third inl torn th freiieralioii ; " indeed,
it deciin to be tlic roll of Him who. my.,
will visit the iniquities of tha Cithers upon
Its effects commence by dcpoUion from tlio
blood of corrupt or ulcerous mutter,' which, in
the luiitrs liver, nnd internal orona, is termed
tubeiclci; in Uic glunds, BtvcUiiigs; inni on
tho kurfuce, eruptions or sores. 'J hU foul cor.
ruption, which genders in tiie blootl, depresses
the energies of lifLt, so Unit scrofulous coustilti
tions not only suffer fioni scrofulous' com
plaints, but they have far less power to with
stand the uttucks of other diseases; eoine
qucntly vat numbers pjtMi by dUoulcrs
which, olthotigb not serofu'.mis In their nature,
arc still rendered fatal by tliU taint in the
system. Most of the consumption which do.
cirratcs the lmnum family has Us origin directly
in this scrofulous .contamination ; und many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, hraiii,
and, indeed, of all the organs, uiiso Loiu or
arc aggravated by the taiuu ciiuse.
One (juartcr ol all uur pennlc ru a scrofulous ;
their persons aro inviidid by tliis lurking iu-f.-ction,
nnd their health is undermined by iu
To cleanse it from the sytein we must renovate
the blood by an alterative liteih'ciue, and bi
vigorate it by hcaltl.y food aud exercise.
Such a medicine we supply iu . .
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the mmt cfTectual remedy which fhe medical
skill of our time can i1uvie for this cvery
where prevHilinp; arid fcaal malady. It is coin.
Lilted from tiie most tutive remediahi that have
b3cn discovered fer the-cxpurjs ittonof tins foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive consrqticncos.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Lcrofulo, but n!o t'ioe other affec
tions which arise from it, such us Kuci tivb
and Skix Oisx.tsi!, St: Anthony's Fiiik,
Itosa, or ICxYstt'r.LAs, Timi'iks, 1'i-stci.es,
Bi.oTcnrs, llr.atsrs nnd lion s, Tcsioits; Trttse
and Salt Itncii.', Scai.ii Hi-.n, Hikowoiui,
Jlitai'UATisH, Sveiui.iTicund.MuKtrui.vL J)is.
ifASKs, Dimi'NV, I)v.setit, Uluili'iv, and,
indeed, all Coui'I aints akisino ruon Vitia
ted ou Imi'I'uh Ui.ooii. Tho popular belief
in " impurity of tin blood " is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular puipone aud virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and retrencrata this vital fluid,
without which sound ltcultli is unjiostibls iu
roa Twe spesdt cc or
Intermittent Paver, or Fevtr and A an.
Kemil tent Fever, CI. ill Fever, Dumb
A gun, Periodical Ileailarlie, mr- Bilious
Iladclie, and Ullioua Fivers, Indeed
fur tlie " In., class oftilteaaes orlll.
I a; In biliary drraiiRruicnl, caused bw
SUe Axalarla of Aiiaecuallo Couutrlea.
We are enabled here to olTer the community a
remedy which, while it euros the tbove complaints
with certainty, it still nrrfeetly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
here these atSitting disorders prevail. This
CuitB" expels the miatmolie pm&on of Fkveb,
and Aocr. from tha system, and prsvenjs the do
vtlopment of the disease, if tukeu on the lirst ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It isnot only
the best remedy ever yet riisnorerrrl tr this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest. The lame -quantity
e supply for a dollar brines it within ths
reach of every body ; aud in bilious districta, wlrs .
Fevs and Aoub prevails, tvenr bodr should
havs it and use it freely both for cure audi pi o loo
tion. A preat suporionty of this remedy over any
other over dtseovered fir ths speed ajid certaia
ours of lntermittents is that it contains us Qniulna
or mineral, conaequently it produces no quinism er
other injur. .ut eficcta whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those owed by it are left at Wealthy aa if
they had never hud the disrate.
1: ever aud Aeiis ia not aloi.e ths enBsequerrr ot
ths miasmatie poison. A great variety of tlieor
dera ariss from its iiTiiation, amou w'aidi ats
yeurajg.a, Uliewuatltm, OoU, 7ewroeis, LKiuU
rms, loothache, Earaclie, Catarrh, AMluna, Fvk
pitntion, Puivt'ul Affection nf toe hjiloen, ifjrSer.
ut, Pain ia the iiuwcls, CuUe, Parahjtit and lM
rcuujanent of tli btemurk, all of whtclk, rlia
originaiing ia. mis eause. put en, the intermitien$
tape, or become psrindiaal. - ThNt" CvKa ssipels
the poison flora the blood, and consequently oures
theoi all alike. It is aa invaluable (uvtcrrion e
iunaigranta aud persons travelling er temporarily
reu.itl.iip; ia the lualariouadietriott. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the iulccllnn,
tlint will be exc-ted from the v!i'iu, raid enucat
uutuuiulute In auflU'lent qusntliy io r.peu into di
ease. Iicnco it . CTon more vslot.bie'for protec
tion lluu cure, and few i ill ever euifer from Inter.
suitteiits If thev n.ui Uicu.ies oi tUo iicutuuUoa
this remedy u:!'ordt. j . T
Prepa- ei l.v Dr. J. Ci AYE?. , e., tdiren, Kaea
fold ly all thtrgiit aid dtuhrsiu medicines'
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