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UNION STATE TICKET FOR OHIO.
For Governor, JOHN BROUGH, Ui Cuyahoga Coonif For Lieutenant Governor, CHARLES ANDER80S, Of Montgomery Count. For Jadgn of the Supreme Court, HOCKtSG H HUNTER, Of feirfUld County. For Auditor of State, JAMES H. QODMA2J, Of Marlon County. For Treasurer of Sta'e, O. VOLNEY DORSEY, Of Miami County. tot Member of tbo Board of Publlo Works, JOHN M. BARREHl, Of Ilighlend County. For State Sonator, WILLIAM C. IIOWELLS. UNION STATE TICKET FOR OHIO. COUNTY TICKET FOR GEAUGA COUNTY For Representative In tbe Legislature, BENJAMIN B. WOODBURY. For Probate Judge, MILTON C. CAN FIELD. For Cloi k, WJLLIAM N. KEESY. For Treasurer, OZRO R. NEWCOMB. For Prosecuting Attorqey, VELOS W. CANFIELD. For Commiialoner, JOHN T. FIELD, For Coroner, J.J. LAWYER. For Director of Infirmary, GEORGE MANLY. UNION STATE TICKET FOR OHIO. For Governor, JOHN BROL'GH, Of Cuyahoga County. For Lieutenant Gorornor, CHARLES ANDERSON, Of Montgomery County, For Judge or tbe Supreme Court, HOCKING H. iiu::ter. Of Fairfield County, For Auditor of Stato, JAMES H, GODMAN, Of Marion County. For Troaiuror of State, O. VOLNEY DORSEY, Of Miami County. For Member of tbe Board of Fublio Works, JOHN M, BARRERE, Of Highland County. For State Sonator, WILLIAM C. HOWELLS. UNION STATE TICKET FOR OHIO. COUNTY TICKET FOR GEAUGA COUNTY. For Representative in the Leglalaturo, BENJAMIN B. WOODBURY. For Probate Judge, MILTON C. CANFIELD. Fpr Clerk, WILLIAM N. KESNY. For Treasurer, OZRO R. NEWCOMB. For Proseoutlng Attorney, DELOS W. CANFIELD. For Commissioner, JOHN T. FIELD. For Coroner, J. J. TAWYER. For Director of Infirmary, GEORGE MANLY. 1 UNION STATE TICKET FOR OHIO. For Governor, JOHN BROUOII, Of Cuyahoga County. For Lieutenant Governor, CHARLES ANDERSON, Of Montgomery County. For Judge of tbe Supreme Court, HOCICINO H. HUNTER, Of Fairfield County. For Auditor of State, JAMES H. GODMAN, Of Morion County. For Treaaurer of State, O. VOLNEY DORSEY, Of Miami County. For Member of tb Board of Publlo Works, JOHN M. BARRERE, Of Highland Couuty, For Stato Sonator. WILLIAM C. IIOWELLS. COUNTY TICKET FOR GEAUGA COUNTY. For Representative In tbe Legislature, BENJAMIN B WOODBURY. For Probate Judge, MILTON C. CANFIELD. " For Clerk. WILLIAM N. KEENY. For Treasurer, ; OZRO R. NEWCOMB. ' For Prosecuting Attorney, DELOS W, CANFIELD, For Commissioner JOHN T. FIELD,' For Coroner, J J. LAWYER. For B!reior ef Infirmary, ftlOROX MANLY. In pursuance of Law the fo taxation for the year 18G3, mills levied on every dollar of said County. 9 s? m s 5 M e o M n a. H o n ; ; M. 1-20 1 20 l-UO 1 20 1 20 1 20 Chester, Husaell, Bainbridge, Auburn, Nuwbury, Muiiinn, Chardon, 1 20 Cbardou (o.Y. C 1 20 Hambduu. C'laridon, 5 1 MO J Burtun. 5 1 20 i 4 Trov. 6 1 20 1 1'arkman, S 1 20 i Middlufiuld, ft 1 20 i HuntHt.urg, & 1 20 MonirillK. S 1-20 1 Thoinpsnn. 0 1 20 1 Notice is also herein (jiven on the days designated, for the JJecember next, lie will be found at fas office m Uiardon jot -. . . i w . I m ..... Chester, October bth, 1863. Jlussell, JiainbridQ Auburn, Newbury, Burton, Gth, " 1th, 4 Slh, " 2lh, N B. No Receipts for Road Work required, Chardon, Sept. 1st, 18G3. TAXES ITOR 1803. Notice .to the Tax-Payers of Geauga County. Tax - Pavers of Geauna Count are are correctly slated in the following table, showing the number of taxable properly in the lownsmpa una incorpormca towns oj H cc tri o p H 5? ' ? a M If- a 3 M. 1 10 1 10 l-io 1-10 110 1 10 110 111 MO 1 10 1 10 I 10 1 10 1-10 1 10 1 10 1 10 M. i M. 1 2 13 13 ' 1 2 I U M. 13 1-4 3 20 M. II 20 1 W 10 I S 4 M. 1 7 20 20 12 0 10 13 20 I iy 20 1 2 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 2 1 a 1-2 3 12 3 I 2 3 1-J 3 20 1 3 20 3 20 1 7-20 H 10 14 1 3 10 4 10 3 20 1 4 3-10 3 20 3 20 0 10 I 1 2 7 20 110 ( i 3 1 1 10 t 13 12 1 I 10 i 3 12 I 1 10 t 3 13 1-10 i i 3 12 J 1 10 i 3 12 I 1 10 I i 3 1 U 10 3 10 1 6 1 4 1 a 3 6 3-10 7 10 11 10 i 1 3 1 2 that the Treasurer will visit each purpose of receiving taxes; and Parhman, " 14A, Middlcfield," 15th, Iluntslurg, " 1CA, Montville, " Thompson, " 20A, hcrchy notified that the rates. ? p 92 SE. 7 t 2 o r. e o r c-i M. M. 12 12 12 II It 20 II 13 20 12 I 3 20 u 1 3 2 1 13 13 20 13 11 7 10 13 11 II 7 10 4 10 7 20 0 20 II II 11 Rnml 1 6 11 7 10 of the Townships mentioned Mow thereafter, until the 20th day of the same purpose. r j. J 1 )i7. 1 o" 1803. 0. NEWCOMB, Tr. j Extraordinary Facillii for Acquiring a Complete Commercial Education. BRYANT, STRATTON, Ftlton L Wheeler'i COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, CLKVKLAND. OHIO. R.KKIrON, S. Wlll'XLER, I Resident Principals. Thi.i it on link in tho tiront Chain oflS'nllomil (Juflngiw lucaipd at Jftw York City. I'hilad tiihia, Hufah, Albany, Brooklyn. Troy. Detroit, Ckitugo,Ht. Louis ard Clewltwil. KrBcholarihips issued " any College ,good in all. course of Instruction. FULL COURSE IN BilOK-KKEi'lNO-BiJ i i .i i t, rRACTICAL AND ORNAMENTAL PEN MANSllIf Taught by one of tho bust American ArtUis. RA1LUOAD1NU Embracing Ticketing, Bin tion Business, I'reigliling, Entries ui Audi tor, Aid. FULL COURSE IN STEAMBOAT1NO BAN KING At our Colleae Bank, each student can have actual practice in hauuhng muney. I making deposits, discounting Notes, draw I inn Checks. Bills of Exchanue. etc. I TELEGRAPHING-An lmuortant feature in tins College, uttering great iiuliircmcnts to Undies, ninny already commanding gooa.nl aries as operators, is the ihorough Instruction given daily in V elegrupntng For turther pariiculars send for Catalogues, en closing two postnue stamps. Address BliX ANT, HTkATTON d- CO., ClZyl Cleveland. Ohio. COWLES & CO., Jewelers, Clevelund, Ohio, Have now a Full Stock f alt desirable goods in their line, and are pre pared to sell GOul, U ELIABI.E Goods, us Low as any Shop in the West PURE SILVER WARE; American, Swiss and English Watches) Cheap and fine CLOChS of every Style; Fine ivory-handled Ta ble Cutlery; Good, Common Table Knives & Forks; We sell "Kogers &, Broth-ri-PLATED Uoodsexclu eively They are the very Pesl Made in America) Spoons, Fos. Castors, Baskets, LADLES, Goblets, Trays, &.., &u. JEWELRY Of all the Latest Styles; Hair Jewelry of alt pas sible designs, made to order. English Se a son and Pocket-knives, and 10.UO olhel thints "loo numerous lorneaiion." JtV Com and tet ui, at 137 Wtddtll Block, Cleveland, 0. 6763 C. M. SEIBEL, Professor of Instrumental Music. THANKFUL tor ihe patronage which the peo ple of Chardon and neighboring towns have so liberally bestowed upon In in, he hopes, by a diligent practise of hia profession, to enjoy a coniiiiuauorof it. Krtloi only having received a thorough mu sical education ill Germany, the land of inusia bui alsoskilled In Ihe manufaaiure ol plnuos and meodeons, ha is prepared to give lessons upon those instruments, lh Violin, sud In Baud Music, in ihe moslapproved and modern styles. Mr Pianos & Melodeonereuairedaudtunedin liie best ninuor, on snor t uotice.snd on most reasonable terms. CM cElHKL. Chardon. Deo 9lh. 1863. 07oif NEW GUN-SHOP IN CHARDON. nr-Sbop two door Dortb of tbo Court tiouse. Rides made with improved Ganntna Twlsi. Sbol-Gons, Fowlinc-Pieces. Telescope Klghis PstsnlMusslesnd Starter, Breach, Kwedger.Ae mads to order. JOB WORK does on short notioe. tTAl) Work Warranied.jM 622t O.UVTHAYER. Chardon, Oel.Slsl, 1861. NOTICE The Undersigned boa been ap pointed Administrator da bonis nun ef the estate of Russell Dixon, deceased, late of Hunts burg, Osatigs County, Ohio ttmniiurg, Aug Sbib ,1843. 7Jlw3 TRUTH Sf ranpr than FICTION 1UU111 Olldlltl lliail llUllUil A STARTIJNG FEMALE LIFE AMONG THE MORMONS. A NARRATIVE OF Many j cars' Personal Experience, BY MARIA WARD, THE WIFE of a MORMON ELDER. 'That one half of the world cannot imagine how llioolher hnll live," is nolens true Ibun true and the lesson the udage nlfnrds, our expenmce uiidobscrviitiim duly ti'nd to verily. 'I'hon, loo, when we consider the ever-varying phases ol hu - mini pas.Mcm, niul ihe discorlniii elruienis Iriiin wbie.i nil novel und lantttsticaUuris are moulded, II can scarcely seem surprising Hint a liiltntui rcc- ord ol actual evenls should exceed in singularity .ho wildest drenm of romance; or that crimes, nothstrangeand iinnaruralhould be perpctraiud in a Inr-orT country on the outskirts of civiliza-1 which, people in another mute of society, would never imuginepossioin. , Allowing us i uo i know, iho evils und horrors and abomination ol Mormon system, the degradation it imposes on females, and the consequent vices w Inch ex - lenu iiiroiign an the rnmiuuniions 01 me socieiy a sense ol duly 10 the world nus induced nio to iirepnraibelollowlng narrative lor llie puuuo eye The romantic incidents connected Willi my ex parienoo, many inny think border on the marvel nus. To them I would say, thai this narrative of my life only proves, what has so often been provea oeiore, mat " I ruth is ctkanolh nun Fli'T ion ." Author Pr'fntt. The bonk contains 449 pages, wilh engravings Is neatly bound in cloih.and will bu sent to any nddress, post-paid, on receipt ofprice,$l,&. . A Companion to Female LIFE . macm.jsL.as LIFE among -rhejjforjiions. BY AUSTIN N. WARD. Tliii.iike ihe above, is a work of great and un usual interest, and will be eagntly read as a companion volume to ''FEMALE LIFE." Il ia ft Ur.nt I'l n.n w..l nllu K.......I 1 illustrnied wilh engravings, and will be sent to any address post paid, on receipt ut price. $1 ,00. or on receipt olti.uo, we will send both ut tho ubovo works, postage prepaid. Dickens JLust Great WORK. Great Expectations. BY CHARLES DICKENS. Comnletrin one volume. 12 mo., cloth extra. illustrated with steel t'ligravincs. Willbeseni to any address, postage paid, ou receipt of price, i,uu. 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' By its act of Incorporation Property outside of ueauga county cannot De insured in mis Com pany, thus entirely obviating the objections to Mutual Companies, ss commonly orgunued, thai insure all over the eountry. Those who wish lo be made safe against lose by tire, will do well to , J WSVRE JW THIS COMPA.Y. Toil urther particulars call oa . V. CANFIELD. tiensral Agent, Chardon, Ohio. ALLAN T. BRINSMADE, Attorncf at Uw, 178 Superior Street, Cleveland, Ohio. rl.MOTiiy DdClover Sosd at 83 Mf j I 1 I 1 merest, and of ihe most impoiiuiit Battles. .These Illustrations are niosily Irom drawings uilmn on I lie spot by artists deputed for that pur lion, p0e 10 accompany every division of our Army un,i riavy. Every facility at the command of the Publish the 0rs hasbeeu employed in thu preparation and cx- Tf auper's i-ictoiual history J 0,iheOrcatKeblliuniniiiUiiitedsSlalea Mksshs. llARrtn & Bkothkks will cuminjnce iiimiedinielv I tie issue in N umliers ol a comoluie 1 HI4TDRY OK THE OK EAT REBELLION IN THE UNITED STATES, i'ho work has been, lor many months, in course ol preparation by a writur every way quuliticd for thu tusk. 1 iir lNTRuni'i"riON win uuiimiii a vicar anu : succinct account ol the formation of the Con. ledcrucy ol the biales; thu l orinnliuil and Adnuiioii of the Constitution of the Uniledl Slates, and the Establisnmenl ol tbe National i Goveriiniunt ; the origin, development und pro- irreasol the doctrines ol Nullification and buees- sion, and the various iihascs which thny assumed until their final culnunaii'iit lit l.ie Ureal JuOcl- lion. l ilt History will comprise a fnll account. drawn Irom the mnsi authentic sources, of all the Events of the VVur ; the intrigurscl the isouiliern loaders, at home and abroud ; ibe gradual delee- lion ol one section : l ie Ores t Uurisina ol Ihe Hnnln fur I Kfi fiiuiiituiitiiieD at thu Nuliiinul Llie nj ; jBtem ; tbe rapid creation of an iuirneiive Army and .Navy and Ibe Battles ol Lund and 'I'm ;.i.nT rations will comprise Portraits ol n tbose who huve borne a prominent pail in tho 8lrN1IUa . .lnii9 ol tbe di Herein loeuliiics: 1'luns ul tbe leodim; ucilons 1 Views ol evuiy scene of ccitlion ol thi work; and they coulideiiily believe thnt it will lorni ihu most reliable and valuable history which can be pre pn rod. ot tuk Great Sthuuqi.x lor the American Union. 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MME.UUMOltEaT-3 itUNMNu srncii $5 SEWING MACHINE, c:icnl utility, and a J marvel of simnlicitv; makes the runuincr siiicu very rap aiy anu pericci, uses a common , neeaie.nnu win last a nio time. Al ine w. Y . Male l uir, its simplicity, elliciency ond great prucucal utility was conlinnod by ihe award of the Kirn Premium It will Catueu, Hurri.t. Shier. Tuctt Run ur Rkeaiitus. etc., wi'li a single or double throud on any material adapted lo iho KmNiNu Stitch Tlio thineal, usually the .nosl dillicult tostiich by otlur sewing inuchines. boing sewtd Ilia oasirst. The ladies' and children's appiirel aud oilier ar ticles made ol light lubrics, il will therefore be found almost invaixaule. li is attached to the table I'.ke a sowing bird, and having no tension, and requiring no lubrica liou or change ot stitch, is always ready lor oper ation, and such a marvel of siiupliciiy t'liateven a child ol six or eight years can understand it, and use it successfully. Il is noi at all liable to get out of order. Each machine is put up iu a ileal box, accom panied wilh lull and explicit directions, and 5 needles. beul to any address In the Uuiled Slutes, on receipt ol an order inclosing Ihe umuunl.or may be collected by Express on delivery of the ma chine. When the money is sent with the order and ia registered, we guiirmiieu its safe receipt and the delivery of the machine, anywhere within 80UO miles, Iree of any Express charges. Very liberal arrangements for ugencles. See MiiiuoE or Fashions, or for lull pariiculars, specimens of sewing, ole ,srnd a stamp for re turn postage. Address MMB JKMORE8T, 473 Broadway, New York. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD GALES, OF ALL KINDS. Also Wareuovsk, Truck, Lbttir Presses 4-e , de. FAIRBANKS, GREENLEAF & CO- ITi Luke Street, CHICAGO. far Bo careful to buy only the Genuiue.4 Sold m Clevulaod by L. F. 4, S. Burgesa 077yl , ?LOVR. Saperflne, EXTRA, Double Extra t and i rebla Extra, al fc)8 nUFFAXO ROBB8, a Vint Lot jusi race if sd X- and for sale Cheap, by 6nJ AYJtBS d MUARAV. WALL PAPJSR & BorJertng for th. Spring ir?-J!!wBaV I MEDICAL. AYER'S Sarsaparilla FOE PURIFYING THE BLOOD. iy;; K:1V,,rVMV:,,BiV,Vh;7'Lo;u; Uluin. iid all (ftkln lieaiii Oarmnd, Intl., etb alnne, J. C. Alt A Co. Gasntai 1 f.--il It my duty to knuvk-i1);u what juur urnmi'iulllii Iihj doim for nw. Il itifr intieillTHl m fcerofiiiuin infecticj. 1 tin to tini li-oiii it ill utioiifl wnvi for nun, 84-inptiuitjfl It buret ut fit lilrvin 011 mv Immfi atiil nn; iinttiiiitai it turned Itiwurd mttl ttUtruNaiHl iim- tit the atoninrli. Two uaii Hffo it ttrtike mil ou my html nrj mrcreti inv nrli Hiitl wui witii due iru, winch ita minrni atiii lotlinfiiii beyond WTttroft. J trli'd miiny itivdklm luitl MVeral phvHtritn, but witliout luucli 1 el iff fntiu tuiy tliinK. J11 tt.-t, dirauidor grew worm. At length 1 wna icjuired ti) mid In tin UoKprl Mtann(tsr tliwt you lui'I tiLiiii'J an nlttriattiv(HanMi-aiiliii, fir i kiiuw'ftom your it mt. tl"u (lint ntiy lliini( you Utttdtettint Ihj ptHyil, 1 neiit tu Ciiiciiiimti(iMil(("t it. mid ul It till it cuwd inu. 1 look it, mn you iiilvliu, in mmll tltw of a tefinpooiiful nvt i a mouih, and tw almuHt lltrmt botilt it-w ami lienltby ki MMiti Itagnti tu fHMi iitiJcr th pm-:iIi, tiich nfler a Kliilti tell oil. .My pktii in now r)iur, and 1 kmiw by nty ffiiliuu1) lii.it tliti iliftfiuie bin ittHiu fium uiv ani(.in. Yon can woll brlliiYD (but I fwl ttlnit I ant Httymic wliuii 1 h-ll you, tliut I hultl n to In) unu of tliu HpUtlu of U10 ag", aud iDiuiuu avur giutvfullja Ynum. A I.Kit KD D. TAM.HV, St. Aiitliony Plr, Ttoae ur Krvalprlna, Tartlrr nml (wait lllit uui, nld llcad, ltiii(tvovirjff Mure Ks lr opy Dr. It.'Htrt M. IVebln titn from PtuYm. N. V , 12th f'V 150, (but It biW Ciirtd itn iMitrU tim of V,vpy bit-It tliifiittlinl lo tt'iiuitiiitn lutuily, by tlid prverillK iim of our tiiiwtu ilLi, mid hKo u tiuntfroiis Malignant tifu Ity Iftfu drr-g of tho nmu; Buy b" cure lite common ErtqAint$ by It coniKautly. Dronlivrl. tialtrt or Swellrrl Neck X hhloii huiu of I'ltwiH-ct, Tex is, writcii t "Tlirte Imt llesHif ynur 8irMi(Tirltlu ciiifij tno finm a foUre a hid aoiirj nM-)liin ru ueck, uiticb 1 Lad aufleivd JWiu over two ycuM," Irntorrliirn or WltHra.Ovarliin Tamor, I'lerliie t It-crutluiif Fi-iiikI liacaca lr, J II. 8 riintuiltiic, or Now Ymk City, writes) "I moil clirpitiilly ronii'ty tlth tbo rcnfntof your agr nt In Hvliiir I Iniva' Fm tr I ynur HairPiiiHtrHla a tnont excellent alts'ifitivn in tbo inniiproiin fnmi'ltiintii for hl-li wfl employ audi 11 temt'tly, but rticiiilly in tVmnlt infanta i( tbo EriortilouH (li:iihtfssi. 1 linvu citriMl imitiy lurrtf ata (nws, of Irt iiroiiliir-t by it, nnd mtmt ubuiu llm com plttlnt wm miiM-il by itlerutiiru of ihs ntn it l b ubnT nfion itHdf was toon cnictl. NotliitiK mllbiu my kuowl atjo twim1a ft for tlive It nmbj tli'miiftciuciita." JiHard N. Mmitow, of Newbury, Ala., write, 44 A dtMi CYrotiH nvitrimt tumor on onu of tbu feinulff In my bnnlly, wltirli bud ilfilod nil tliu it-ititilitt't uo tontd nilov, bita at It inttli bwn comdt-tfly r-iuwl by your Kx tract of Sar miMirillii. Utir ih Nirbut tlmnht nothing lmt extlrrtu Ikni eon bl n (Ion I rt'llcf, but bo ulvlt d tint li iul of vonr HiirsBijmillit m tlio lMNt nnuit Iwlbie cutiinfc, aod It )invid eiructttal. After iHklnff your remedy clybt wtwks lit ayuittout of llie diftrnte ruiimiiis." Syphllla and MercnrUl Dlaease. New Om.KANfl, !2&tfi Atipnut, 1H59. IfU J. C. At rut fir, I chmrfully couidy with tbo re qiieat of your BRent, nnd renort to yon aoiue of the eflocta 1 bave realixcd with your S)irfi('itiiUfi. 1 lmvi ciri'il with it, in uiy piuctice, moat of Ibe com plnlutn for wbt.-b it U lacimum'mlvd, nnd bavu ftjuml ita fiTfiitaj truly woiifbtiful In the ruio of Vwrml nttU Mr citriol ths'!.. Our oriuy rtutlhtn bnd Hdiilile ulrera In bit tbrojit, wbiili tveiu conMUiuiiiH bh ptilnte oinl Ibe iop ui n m iiioiiui. lour NirH.tHiriMu, nieiitilly taiu-n, cuitxl him in live week. Anutbur wuh nttiickwd by acc 011 (In ry aymplouii in Ui 1100, mid thu ultx'iiitioii bud iUpii awny 11 i-oiitiibrubu piirt of if, m iUM I Mii'Vu tbo Uiifordfi' would not 11 tench bin bruin mid kill him. Hut it yiflded to my ailinliiieiiitlioti of your iiTMituirlllii: the UlctMa biiltftl,iimi he is vtell mjftiii, not of cuiirw witliout onto ilinlluivtton to bin fitct, A Uuman wiio bml bi-eu tiutUrd fur tlio name diuidtr by uivuury vu iutU'iiii from till h poison in her Ioul4. They hud becomu so weit aitiv to the weather I hit on a damp dny ubo HUtreicd cx crut iutliuf min iu lier joints nnd bouee. bbe, tro, wtui cured fnliiuly by your baiHiipaiilla iu u few wix-ks. t know from It Rjiniuln, wliich yuurngent kuto me, tlmt tbia l'leparalluii f 101 11 your luboiulory imtit be a a; nut leuiedy; coiiu.-quvutly, tlti-o truly rtuiaiUblt tc&ulu with it hare not iui pi hted uie. Irultumlly youia, O. V. LA1UMLK, M. P. Rliumatlsme Gont X.lvcr Complaint IwPCPcsnc.Neif, rn-Mtiui Co., Va.. Cth July, 16,r.9. Dr. J. C Ay Kit : trh', 1 have been alllictcd with a pu In fill cbronio ftlitumtiUtiu for a tuna; liiiio.wbMt laatlK. Ihe Mil of phynktltitin, nnd aliuk tu me In opite rall tbo remedle I could flint, until I li Jed your Fert'ututrfllit. Olio bottle curetl ma in two weeks, and retnrod my p-iiertil huttllh hu 111 1 that 1 ant fur belter tbuu Iwloiu I wm atlncked. i think it n womlerful uietliciua, J. VltttAM. .tulci Y, Qiti'lifll.fir Ut. J.011K wrlteni T liuva lietm afllkU'U lor yeiira wilh 1111 vflrctwu of U,e Lhrr, which d. nlinyeil my biiilih. I triiilovery tbiuK and every thing foiled Iu relievo Inoj and 1 have been a biokeli-duwu inun f'l'rtiiiiw Jen in from no other nutfe thnti dcrwyemrnt uf the Liver, Sly beloved ptintur, the Iter, .Mr. Kspy, ndvhod mo tu tty your Sitrmipartlla, lwiiue Iih mild Im kr.uw aud uny thluit you luuduwiM worth trying. Ity Ihe bless ing of (jod it liaNi ured ine, aud liaat au purired my blood as to nmke a new ruin of tne. I feel young aniu. 'i'lio bust that can ba aaid of you ia uot lutlfgood enoiigli. SclitrruiaCaiirar Tiunori, Ktilni Krmeni. lIlcerMtlont Carles and KxfolAutiou of tlio Uoai A KiTHt viivlety of roses Imvo been rvported to nn whera turus uf tbtMO formldnblo couiplaluts liuvo reunited fioiq tbo into or this remedy, but our upactt here will not admit tlit ui. Bouie of thriu limy bo fimnd In our Ameileait Aliuanac, which the tiKetiu Iwlow uauicd aroplvaaed tu furuisU giul is to all who call fur Uieiu. Dyspopaln, Heart Dlseaao, FHa, Eptlep ay, AljautJsolyv Mciiralla. Many tuiiiiknlilo turea of tliena allvctioua Iihtb 1ca ni.tde by ihe ulteratlvo power of tlits tuedithia. It atium-Inti-a ibe vital fuiii-lioua into vigorous action, ami thus ovrreoniei difltinlein which would bo supposed beyond ita reiieh. iurh a remedy ha lung been retiuired by tho lie ccnHirs of the H'ile, und wo lure cutilldcut tbut this will do for tbeui alt tliut medlciuu tut do. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, FOU THIS HAI'IU Cl'IlB OT Coiifrlia, f'olda, liifliifnixn Ifoararncat, t'oiiR( It runt IiIIIm. Ipli-itt (on aiiiuptlou, nnd fur tli? H-livi" of Cons n 111 itivo Pl ioikta In ndvnurcd Ktn(CS of tlio Ularaac TI1I1 Is a remedy an Hulvttrsolly known to snrpnaa any other for the cine of thtotit nud liiiitt ctritipltiiuts, that It Is tiselrKM bt ie tu publish tlio evidence uf lis virtucf. lis mnlviilh-d oxrelienre for rotiKhs und roids, and its truly woHtleifid cm oh of pulnioutiry tllnenue, Imvo tun do it kmiwn tbniiiKbuut llie civilised nntlona of Ilia em lb, few arc the conitmiultiea, or even nunilie, an ion tbt-tn who bave not aoiue peiwmal txM.--ieiicu ol Ita tlfoitP aoiue liviitR trophy in their tuid of ita victory over tl subtle nnd diiuei-niis dlfoitlcrx of tbo throat tuid luns As all know tbe dmnlfiil fnUllty of tbeao diMmler?, mitl an 1 hey know, too, Ihu euVdsnf this remedy, we tneil not do more tint 11 to nsMmt Ibeui that it baa now hII the vir tuus that it did buvo when loakuift the cutes which buv won so stroiiftly upon the vuutideum of toutikiud. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYES V CO., Lowell, ZtUit. For Sale By A.COOK and JOHN NICuOLS, CliardonjC. s. r ield. East Claridon . Cleveland Jk Son.Dur ion i J . il. I'mimpson , Middlefinld ; Herrick it. Gaines, Nowbury ; C. &. C.ll Harmon .Chesicr X Koudsiandbydealeraiiimodicineeverywhore. TO NEBV0U3 SUFFERERS OF BOTH SEXES A REVEREND UKN I T.EMAN, HAVING 11EEN RESTORED TO HEALTH in a few days, alter undergoing all ihe usunl routine, and irregular, expensive modes of treatment, without success, considors it his aacied duty to communicate to his afflicted fellow-creature, the means ol cure. Hence, on ihe receipt of an od. dressed envelope, he will send (free) a copy of the prescription used. Direct lo Dr. John M Dao siall, 186 Fuliou Street, Brooklyn, N cw York. (86w4 Ill I J NEW GOODS, WE WISH TO CA LI. TUBA TTE.VTIOX of ihe Public to our NEW STOKE and our Endless Stock of Which we aie6audto SELL at prices $atmjac lory to all that may favor us with a call. We aim lo keep a General Assortment of 3tH."Bar satis- Bmmat9m HATS.CAPS,FltESH GROCERIES, HARDWARE. CROCKERY rt- GLASS WARE.'l'lS, STONE &. WOODEN WARE, WlNDOW-OLASS.SlAHoi PUTTY, NAILS,) YE'STUFFS. HOUSE-TRIM-iUiVU.Nolall kind, YANKEE NOTIONS, Lookiug-Glusses and Domestie Goods, such a. SHEETINGS. Shining., Tickings, Cotion Flan nels, Wickim., Twine and Waddings, & iu fact, everything usually kept in a country store. WE DESIRE, in exchangefor the above. Duller, Cheiir, Lard, Oatt, Corn, Bnck-whta Flour, Kagt.Eggi, and, in fact, tvtrytkivg uu alio taken arfaudngenernlly. (Cash not re lined. Thankful lor pasifavor.,wetillso2iuila share ot yourpatronage. Wilkins & Kcllcy. SURVEYOR'S NOTICE.-ThosVliving at distaooo w'uhing survey iog doue by Ihe couaty Surveyor, will bave their calls punctually attended to, by address- iog him by letter, giving five days' notice. Direct all letters to Hambden, ueauga C O. S.EDSON. Co. Surveyor. 69 6tr qiil d Mil Bit , TIKIS nTOTigR. X Having one Tttrealisr Aa Cleaner aaot to ne more than I epaoul, it la for aale one ol Wheale. dfr Malick'a best Improved. CbMdoB4A4s.ili.-li 0. 5. 3UW3MILL. ' MEDICAL. j DR. ROBACK'S STOMACII I) J T f II 1 1 I 11 11 U ABE KOT TO BE EXCELLED rri HTOJIAC1I1C AND or tus DIGESTIVE ORGANS. vv ia tvtve, vvvc v-'v. evvvc ttNX W 'vW. vxAvvtVv v ef .o,,' ov tv t VIVA. OV O. VCVWr VVQ. Ct ... ...v. A-.V .... .....'. w8m ISrrr - .: am Pitif . A .vxx x.v'w.o . Y.CetA O.W lYVtC "'vWcV. VA.tv. v , VU".7 J .ow..t VUXtCVV VXV VOU iV..V.VCft .. t Bilious Fever, Fever and flgxce, Liver Complaint, (Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Jaundice, Kidney Complaints, oW. .'v-eie oy vv .'v YkOVV-tVVvX. voo o.A Wvift, ve. Y,a, ,Yi tiovaVte TiVWcv tvYC tooY vtv,ft "?vve-t.. W. "RoVttvcXV XC t& LOOY WVO.W VAiVOlVVVA uA tuovwyovX, "Dy. "RoXaixtV A.YVV-8, tVVV . . . Ylt.O.W(l0 "Dy. 'Roao,cs,, aYeW 8o..vtY, ?y'vcyv, Ytvs-cwXvwrt "OvotYvXxco., iv ewXcvv, 1&WvvmovYt. eti. TAcse Bitters are put ur in quart i f i i . jT V ' Lotties, of which the above is a faa-sim-ile. The label is finely engraved, and is provided with a tafe-guard from oounterfeitert. Price $1 per bottle, or tix for $5. C. W. Jfobaofc, (Proprietor, Jfo. 6 East Fourth St., Cincinnati, to whom all ordert ehoidd be addressed. FOR SALE BY A Cook, Char ton; J . Smiih .Thompson; J. W rinrritt, Montville; R . P. Burnett, Russell; CP. Treat, Claridon; A. Mathews. Newbury; John lYiayhew. Auburn; Johnson & l uitie, liurlnn; t Thompson, Hiiiiisbirruh; W. II. Harnham. linin bridge; Win. Mumford. Welchfield;!1. N. Hatha wny, Hninhden; l.nvier Osrympe, Troy Center; Wnrrcn tiishop, Middlefield: C . 8 Field, Easl Clridon; Tracy W . Scott. Chester X Roads; and by Druggists nnd Merchant, generallyihrougl tho Uni'ed State, and Canadua. UOWAUD Association rilir.ADFLPIIIA, For the rultrfoftieSickavd Dialrtmcd.uflirltd with Virulint and Chronic Ulftont. uhU ripe ciallyfor the Cure ot Uiteatet oj the Utiuat Or gave. MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis by the Actina; Surgeon. VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermatorrluxa or Seminal Weakness, anO o'.her Disenses of the Sexual Organs, and on the NEW REMEDIES employed in ihe Disnensarv. sent to the afflicted in sealed letter envelopes, Iree of charge. Two or three Stump, lor postage will be acceptable. Addres. Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON. Act ing Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South NinthSireet. Philadelphia, Po 6yl Balm of the West. For the Cure of Cuts, Bruises, BURNS, SCALDS ; also, SALT RHEUM Itch & oilier Diseases of the Skin generally. Those aflliotod with the t'lLEBare especially iuvitod to eivo it u trfol. For sale by John Nichols, Chardon ,apd A. Fmnq. Munton. May 89th, 1861. 694tf WM. WITTER 2. "17"OULD inform the eit fJir, ,en. of Chardon and v 1, Rj. v. m. at. h-t-i v c i 1 1 y 1 h, . 1 be hua purchase Machinery complete throughout for manufacture SASH: BLINDS 1 DOORS' II of wTucTi will he made of the First Quality of Pine Lumber, ond in a workmen-like ruuaner aad will aell Cheap for Cash, Mr-Shoe, on Water Sireetouie 80 rods west ol Chssel Hotel. Cbardoe. July 4Jh, ISM. 651lf ROCK PACK1NO SALT at WILKINS ic KELLEY'3 , CORN Af E.4Z by the hundred or pound, at m WILKISS $ KELLliYS. MEDICAL. 'disaiuessol Hie head.Reuruigio. pain iim,vmii : parta ul lle li.dy; puin in lite t.uck ur lin.U-; I.inn tVl'Vv i hug"; lyspcwin or Indigcailon; inrgulnuty .1 ihe Boweli dironged stale ofihe Kidnejs urns ! I 1 Tbe Early riiyiic&l Degrucracy or a' Just PublLshcd"by Dr. A. STONE, physician to the Troy Lung and 2y- trienie Jnttitute. A Treatise on ihe Causes of Early Physical De cline of American People; the cuureol Net vous Debility, Coiisumplion and Mararnn Tki$ work is oti i(f hiftk moral tovf, writtrti in thattt yrt tkrillttig ht.guoge, nudappeutf dtni tiy tn Hit moral coii'iiniimmt uf ALL rAL'EX'ti and Ciardiunt tupreinllv, deluding icttntifii and rtiittblr aids and tieatmrnt fvr curt. it will be cent by mail ou the receipt of two (3 cent Stamps. KTFarenisand Guardians! Fail net to send and obtain this book. ICrYoung men! Fail not to send and get tins book. Cri'ndics! You too ahould at once securo a copy of I his book. A WollU OP SOLKMK. CoNSC'laiHTOPS Advicr to those who Will IUfi.kct. A class ol niu Indies ptevnilloa fearful exicnl in the eomniuniiy, dooming al lenst liHi 1 1 1' m.i.iIi of both rtxe aunuclly lo an early grave. 'I Iioko dieaFes nro very imperfectly understood. Their external mnnllistntions or symptoms are Ncrvoi i Oebiliiy, Relaxation and Exhuusiioin Mai.-if n.i a nr u abiiiix and consumption of the llsiies ol II u whole body; thoriness ol Ire uilurg, or hiinitd brenihins on ai'endinp a hill or flight ol stoirn great palpiialion ol I lie Heart) Asihmsi Pron chilis and sore throat; shaking of the hands ni:d . snide: dimness of eye sight, loss ol meimny. 'disziuess ol Ihe head, Neurulitia. pain 111 fir i oilier ahindsol ihe bodv. ns f .encori liuea ui l h.. ! r....... 1... I. !OW,lIi HUH IJ-lllllt itiw will "I crij iiuiiiMi'i- all the above tiuined disoidt rs. and a host ol cliv ers not named, ns Consumption i f the Lunt.ui .1 that most insidious and w ily form ol Coiisumplion of ihe Spin ti I Nerves, known as Tabes Duitalr. and Tabes Mcsenteriea. have their sent nud ori gin in diseases ol tno Pelvic Vii-cera. Hence the want o sucirss on the part of old school piattice in Ireniing Fympioms only. Docior. Andrew Stone Physician to the Trov Lung and Hygienic lnsiituiimi, is now engaged in Healing this elu of modem mulndies with tho inopt afioiiiahing success. The ireotmcnt odopied by the Iustnuiion is new; it is bnsid en seiuntilic piiuciples. wilh new discovered reme dies, without mineinls or poisons. '1 he ir.ciliiits ol cure are such ihnt paiieius can be cured at I hoi r homes in any pan of ihe country, from tin curate descriptions ol t heir case, by loiter; and hove tho medicines seni by mail or e.xprcss. Primed iuierrogaiorics will bo forwarded on up piicaiion, KrConsumpiion, Caiarrh and diseases of iho throat cure! as well at the home ol ihe pntients as at the institution, by rending the Cold Medi cated Inhai.ino Balsamic V'Aror.s, wilh Inhaler and ample directions for their u.c, und oirec. correspondence. Pntients applying for interrocniories or advice, must enclofe leiurn stamps, lo mrei attention. The attending I'livsichin will be loiind nt tho fnstiiiition. from tf A. Al 10 il P. M., each day. Sunday iu tiie iorcnoun. Adiiiess Oil. ANDUi:V STONE, Phyalcianto the Troy l.unnand Hygienic Insli. lute, and l'hysician lor Diseases ol llie Heart, Throm and Lungs, Slti Fillh Sucet, Troy, N. V. IINCINKATI VENEREAL HOSPITAL, CsTACt.lSHUD IN T1IL YEAR 18.W, For the Cure of Private Diseases, And under the control of two of the most emi nent Physicians in the World. Dr. E. ftoNA.rA.RTE, from London and Paris Hos pitals, and, tor the past 10 years. of theCinciiiuui: Venereal Ho? piiul, and Dr. E B. Reynolds., lain ol New York City. '1 his is llie only olhceinthe City where a permanent cure ol Private Die. eases can be obtained, without the use ol Mercu ry or chunge ol diet. Gonoirho'a cured in 6 to 4d hours. Oleel cured iu 3 lo 10 days. Strict ures cured in lo 3 weeks. Is'oeiurni.l Emis. sions stopped in2 tobdiyv. uLiuinul Wenkntss cured in 2 loa weeln. Ssyplulis, in itsl rimai y Stages cured in 'i days; Secondary Hytnptuius tmcu iii i iv . t ccivs. i iooieiiey , vipor re stored in I to 4 weeks. Skin Diseases cured in . 1 to 3 weeks. All dtie.ies treated Willi unpar alleled success Mule or I'Vmnle. Drs. U, and I! arc almost daily consulted by young; men alllictcd wilh the nbove discuses, some of whom are us weak and emaciated as if lin y hud Ihe cmi&umpiioii, und by i licit friends supposed lo Imvo il. All such diseases yield lo llie proper und only correct course ol treatment, und, t in a mart tune, tncy are made to rejoice in per I lucl hcnltb. D:t iioN.ti'ARTE's Ureal work on Privato Dis- e'T 1'rjvalc Otildr to health, is bent fie all, male nudiemule The old and joung si ial tu hould read tins book. It will enliuhieu those who grope in darkness. Price 2 tenis.seni by mail fj-Madame Loziek's Female Monthly 1'ii.i.s the a sale and reliuble remedy lor suppressions of are menses Irom colds, and all female diseases Price (it per box Extra Fine, $.5 fc'enl to any utldre by mail. Drs. D & 11. are the men to consult. They are unquestionably acknowledged to be llie cfui'itpione nnd kings of venereal dientes, and tiie only Doctors w ho receive Monthly llcporls from the old world They have been accustomed Irom an cerly ope of youth, lo witness the various diseases which ulilici mankiud. nnd lo w atch their progress through a long career of professional Ul siuuy, in every spin re ol lite. Irom Hie bumble nuoue oi poverty 10 ine mansions ol ineweatiny, and, having ascertained beyond a doubt (he vast suffering ol humanity, ihcy determined io select the generative system ns their particular study, and lo devote their whole intention to Ihe allevi ation ot the diseases ol these important limctions No letters will bo answered unless they contain a lenntinnceor a pnsiase-stsmp. t'alloraddrcsa DRS UUNAPAIITE&. REYNOLDS. No. ISd Syc.amoie sued, between Fifili and Sixth streets, Cincinnati. Ohio. Oihce hour, ti A. M., to 9 P. M. b6yyl Important M!W MEDICaITdiSCOVEISV FOR the Speedy and Permanent Cure of Gonorrhea, Gleet, Urethral Discharges, Im potcnee. Want of Power. Seminal Weakness Nightly Emissions. Iiicouliiienre. Uenitol Debit, ily and Irritability, Gravel. Sirieiure, and Af reet Ions of ihe Kidney, and bladder, which ha been used by upwards of IOO I'll YSU'I A ls, in tneir private practice, with entire success, su perceding Cubeb., Copaiba, Capsules, or any compound hitherto known. BELL'S 8PKC1F1C FILLS are speedy In action, often effecting a euro in a low days, and when a cure is elfueied il ia permanent.--They are prepared from vegetable extracts that are harmless uu the system, and never nauseate ihe stomach or impregnate tho breath; and, being sugar-coated, all nauseous taste is avoided. Nu change of diet ia nocesssry whilst using them, nor does their action interlera with businss. pur suit.. Each Box contains six dozen Pills. Price, ONE DOLLAR; 6 Boxes for (5. . THIRD EDITION-oOTH THOUSAND. Dlt. BELIYS TREATISE ON Seuiiiiul Weakness, Loh of Power, Impotence, Premature Decay, Sexual Diseases, Self Abuse, &o. A pamphlet of &0 pages, containing Important advice to ihe afflicted, and which should be read by every auiierer, as it contain, .uch iulutiaaffou a. will lead to e perfect cure. . ttrSent Free to any address. Two stamps rer. quirod for postage. The Pills and book will be sent securely from ' obaur ation, 011 receipt of money and sin nips; Ic consultation by mail iree and confidential, J. BRYAN, M.D., CWyl Gee. Agent, 76 Cedar St., N. Y. POTATOF8I POTATOFS I IWe have a quantity of various kinds of choice pot a. toe for planting or 001 inn MarcU8J,lB63. WILK1NS& ICELLEY. c