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Execution of the Conspirators.
Washington, Julj C In accordance with finding and sentence of iho Militnry Com mixdion, which rro.idonl Johnson approved Tpntordsv, David K. IlarroM, Lewis l'ayno, Kirs. Mary K. Surratt and Uoorgo Atnerott aro lo to hung to morrow ly tho proper military authorities. Dr. MniM, Kntminl Arnold and O'Laughlin ore to ho impris oned for lifo. Spnngler is sentenced Co six yenrt' imprisonment at hard litlior in tlio l'enitonliary at Albnuy. - Wasainuton, July 7. All of tlio con ciminrd conspirators sontonuoil to bo linngod o ily, were exoculod. On petition of Mary E. Rurrntt, through rmr counsel, Mossre. Aikon nnd Clomfitt, Imlcn Wylio, of tlio Supromo Court of this District, directed an ipsno of a writ of hn lioas corpus to (lonornl Hancock, command ing him to prnduo i in Court at 10 o'clock tins morning, tho body of Mary K Kurratt, with causo and tiny of detention. Tho writ was served on l.oucral Hancock at tlio Mo tropolitan Hotel, at 8 o'clock this morning, l;y Unitod Slate. Murshal flooding, iln im mediately coneultcd witli the Attorney (Jon rrat and Secretary of War. At 10.30 (ho Ooueral hnd Dot obeyed i'jo writ, nnd this Isct was brought to tlio notice of tho Court l hor couiibcI, but tho Judga suid ho hud no power to onforco the writ. Early to day guards woro placod all around tho arsenal grounds, to prevent tho inttusion of pooplo to tho sceno of execu tion J nono being admitted excepting those previously supplied with titkota by Major Ueneral Hancock. The relutives of Mrs. Surratt and Harrold spoilt several hours with thorn during the forenoon, and they wero also attended by their spiritual advisors, as woro also L'uyno nnd Atzorolt. A fow minutes boforo 1 o'clock, tho outer prison door was opened, and Mrs. Surratt was supported on hor way to tho gallows by two military olliorrs. rsrxt followed Alzo rott, Harrold and 1'iiyne, accompanied by a guard nnd tlioir rcBpectivo ministers of tho goepol. i ront seats wero providoil lor tiiom on a platform In tho following order: .Mrs. (Surratt, l'ayno, Hurrold and Atzorott. Of ficers entrusted with tho execution, and tho ministers, occupied Intermediate positions. Mnjor-Gonernl llnrtrnupt, who h3 boon from tbo commencement in cbargo of tho -prisoners, came forward, and rend tho order of tho War Department already published, approving tho sontoncos and ordering tbo penalty of donlh to bo Inflicted. A heavy guard was stationed on tho walls surrounding tho grounds, whilo holow sold iers woro formod on two sides of a snuaro l'orhiipssovcrul hundred civilians wuio pres ent, anxioos spectators ot too solemn sceno Ono of tho priests attending on Mrs. Sur ratt repcatoda short prayer, to which l'ayno, who was seated next to Dor.atlcnurely listen od. Tho minister who bad boon administering to L'ayno. exprossod in tho name of tlio tut (or his silicon thanks to Oon. Ifartraupt and officers and soldiers who hud chargo of him, for their personal kindness. Thoy bad not uttered an unkind word, nor givon an un pleasant look or gesturo, but soomud to eompnseioiir.to his misfortune Tho minis- tor then uttered a brief prayor, asking for l'ayno tlio torgtvonoss ot his sins, and a passaga out of this world into tho joys of lloaven. Tho minister who attended Har rold also returned thanks for tho kind treat- mom oi tuo prisoner, ana oiioreu a prayor tnat uod would rocoivo ins soul. Harrold was affected to tears. Tbo minister who at tended Atzorott also roturncd thanks for him to (ion. Hartrauft and other officers for thoir kind attentions, nnd tlion invoked tbo uiorcy of Uod upon tho prisoner. Tho condomned wero tbon required to riso from tlioir seats, when tho chairs woro removed, Thoy woro now all on tho drops. Their hands woio fastenod behind thorn, and thoir legs bandaged both bolow and abovo inoir knees, and whito caps placed over their heads. Atzorott, while being piopared fur tho execution, exeluimud : "Gentlemen Furewoll. Tuko caro, aud goid bye, gcntlomun now.boforo inc." Ono of tho clcrgymon standing near ex claimed : "May wo all moot lu tbo other world." As soon as tho noosowas adjusted around each neck, Mrs. Surratt's doing tho last ono adjusted, tho soction of tho platform on which thoy had boon standing suddenly fell, nnd the culprits woro banging several foot from tho ground. Mrs. Surratt nnd l'uyno sea reel v moved a musclo. Atzorott showed somo twitching, but Harrold showed moro nervous sotiBibility than any of tho others. Tho bodies bung until lifo was extinct, and woro afterwards givon ovor for burial, rough coflius boing already at band for that pur pose. Tho arrangements for tho execution woro porfoct, Mnj.-Uon. Hancock was present throughout tho proceedings. It is said that l'uyno last night mado a statomont in behalf of Mrs. Surratt. ox- bonorating her from complicity, and that nnothor person subscribed to an affidavit impeaching tho testimony of an important witness oguiuBt nor. Custer PisrovERv. O'Inss may bo turned In n lathe. Sirnngo on it seems, this is literally so. Mo special tools even aro needed; any amateur turnnr who hns operated on cither of the nictnls, may plnco a piece of glass on his latho, and turn n with the untiio tools, and in th samo way as lit) would a piece of steel, only taking caro to keep the chips from his eyes. This strango discovery was made almost accidentally in tho early part of tho year 18C0, by one of our moBt celebrated mechanical engineers, and might havo been pat ented, but tho inventor contented hiniielf with simply putting it on record, and generously pro enlud it lo the world. 'J'ho coiiHi'qucnco wns, that no one cared or thought about it, and tho idea has been sutlercd to lio nearly barren, though cnpablo of being turned to great account. Let any amateur mechanic moko tlio experiment, and ho will bo surprised at tho caso with which this seemingly intractable material can be cut end fabhionuil according to his will. : Peatus by War. n is stated that the official returns in the War Office show that the deaths the army since tho war broko out, so far as hoard from, with tho estimate mode for those returns not yet handed in, including starved prisoners, &.C., will apgrega to about 325.000! These aro the deaths alone. If we add tho permanently dis abled, according to the smallest proportion war ranted by experience, we see at what a terrible sacrifice of life and limb tho nation has preserved its existence against tho attacks ol unprovoked traitors. If we were not the most mcrciiul peo ple in the world, tho accountability of these gi gantic criminals would bs fur more deepiy felt than it i. The Late Mrs. L. H. Sigourney. Of this estimable lady's private lifo and character tbo Hartford Uuttrunt says: Tlio simplest truth would Peem liko language of eulogy. Tha warmlli of her nfl'cclions was not chilled by the advance of nge, or the prospect of death. All whom she hnd ever loved and how largo was the circle of her frienda let tho popu lar heart testify she remembered; many of them alio recalled by name in her last days. Slio had followed many of her earliest nnd best frienda to tho grave .Slio had kindly dropped a poetic wreath on ihu bier of one nnd another who had gono before, linking herself thus by the tendcrest lies with tho memories of many a bereaved nnd mourning family, and now fihe, the generous, tho thoughtful, Ihc kind-hearted, tho noble, has been la ken to tho home where her spirit so longed lo bo at rest." The Democratic State Convention. The Democrats have issued a call for a Stale Convention to be held on the 24th of August. The chief distinguishing fen turo of the call Is the fact that it makes no provision for an nrmy representation in tho Convention. The Union Conven lion was largely composed of soldiers, and (lie utmost deference was paid to the wishes ot army delegates. TLe Demo crnls evidently think that the boys in oi uc woum not consort very well with Vullundigbam and lideon L. Ulda. ' Cure von Coiins. For tho benefit of thoeo who hobble through the world un der the tUliutiun of corns, a correspond ent sends us tho following, which is said to be a thoiougb cure : "A little white trend soaked in vinegar, applied to the corn night nnd morning, will remove it in a short lime. ' I have tried it, nod four applications cured my corns." We would suggest that the soaked bread be laid on as a ponltice, a piece of oilskin being bound on to keep it moist. The lato Rev. Rowland Hill under stood human nature well. His chapel having been Infested by pickpockets, he took occasion to remind the congregation that thero was an all seeing Providence, to whom all hearts are open, nnd from whom no seercls arc hid; "but lest," he ndded, "there may be any present who ore insenEiblo to such reflections, I beg leave to slate that thero are also Dow street officers on the look out." of The' Secretary of tho Treasury con templates tho discontinuance of all issues of fractional currency less than ten cents The printing of the three cent notes has been stopped by Hct of Congress, and the Secretary will order that no more livo cent pieces shall be issued. It i expect -1.1. Ml I .r eu uiiu tins win oiing into use the two and three-cent metallic currency now coined at the mint, which aro at present l it . uoaruea as iasi as issued. "Puav, madam, what do you charge for rccovcrrng an utcbiclla?" said Mi chael O'flaherfy, from Tippornry, the other dy,wakng into an umbrella shop, "Let me see it," was tho reply. "Ah, and that's just what I want to do, for I have lost ono, nnd I see you offer lo re cover them at a very small charge, so I was thinking 1 would get' you to recover mine. A younu orntor, having written n speech that he Intended to deliver on a certain occasion, gave it lo a liiciul to read, nnd desired hii opinion ot' t. The friend, tiler somo time, told ilio author lie hiul read it over tlircu linics--i!io lirtl time- it seemed very good, tlio pceond indifferent, nnd tho third qtiito insipid. "That will do," said ilio or ator very coolly, "or f have only to repeat it onco." o"In ono snnso, tho greatest men of a na tion aro those whom it puts to doath. Soc rates was tho glory of Alliens, which judgoil itsoit unahlo to live with him. fepmoz was tho groatest of modern Jews, and tbo Syn agogue excluded bim with ienouainv. Jo- sus was tho glory of tho pcoplo of Israel, wno cructnod. Kenan lAje of Jt sut. IWroN Corui.it wrote tlio other day in a lady's album: "Andoroonvillo, the blackest spot on the enrih, was mnilo bright nnd glorious hy the saving prosencoof t,od, If is providence was also nin n ifot In delivering mc from that place, and mak ing me tho ugent of Ilia swift retribution on the assassin of our beloycd President." in THE FOREST CITY OIL Company. Capital, - $100,000 SHAKES $.1 EACH. OFFICERS. IHiRACK W1I.K1JMS, President. SAMUEL l'OUAMIii;, .cc. andTrcas. Dim iming. VM. I1AUT. t'JKOUGEC. CORNING, II I. mi i iMii.tr ... This Company owns in fee simplo tho follow- ing valuable property in Vurwngo county, 1'enn.: a. Un W I'.llvKI. KI'N 38 urrra nl lnn.l nno mile from Oil Creek. This Ib good Oil Torritory, nnd wcIIh nro being put down uuovo this land by lurgu and wealthy companies. 'i. On IIALIAS RUN Hi acres, all boring territory. Wo aro now going down near this land. 3. OiiKAGK UUM 21 oens, good Oil Ter ritory . A 50 barrel well just struck on this run. near, this land. 4. On W EST IIICKOKY CREEK-2GJK acres; nenrihe Alloghany river, and is regarded as tho very best Oil Territory, beinjr in tho samo range with Pit Hole Creek Well and also die Co nuetto Well. 5. On CHERUY RUN-Ono-eighth land in terest in i Wolls. No. 1 is down 5ti0 feet, with a good show of oil; No. 2 is down 40 feet; No. 3 is dowu 580 feel; nnd No. 4 iadown 300 feet. 6. On CllKRRYia'N Ono eiehth land In- trest in TWENTY-ONE OTHER Wells, all of wtuo are leasea, dcmcHs up, and preparations made for putting down the weils without delay. These interests iiavo all boon snl.i.'icd wiih greai care, uy persons experienced in the oil bum noja. Tuuy are all free interests, aud the wells coniracieu 10 ue ooreu, luucU, tested and worked, without expense to the Company. iijr pnmji, uummig uuormaiion win pleas ddreus the President or Secretary, at Cleveland, Ohio, ym3 lIcar Yc! Hear Ye S Tlio undersigned have just returned from Neio York, where they have bought a Large Stock of Goods, and at the time when they touched the Lowest point, within tho last 2 years which they now offer to the puUic at the LOWEST Possi- lie Price. Our Stock consists of Everything usually in a tMiufrHifarittrTi. DRESS GOOBS, OI Every Description Crockery, Groceries, Wall Paper,. Window Shades, Oil Carpeting, Summer Cloths . For Men and Boys' Wear. Cassimcres, Jii'oadcloths '", Shavvls, In a Large Variety; Linen Cats Of Every Quality; '. JNails Of all Sizes. Olid, In fnet. ovorvlliintr usnallv knot in a ntaoo 01'iliisnizo, Wudonot Iniond lo U untiornold neither do wo pretend to undersell everybody but expect, hy doing a struightlorwnrd and hon orabtu business, lo merit and receive our sharo the public patronnge. I'lenwj coll, as U will coBt nothing to examino our slock, and get the PRICES. We . shall keep on hand, and manufacture to order, thro' Mrs. J. 0. Worrallo, so long and favor ably known in this branch of business, every variety of Ladies'9 Cloaks, Sacqucs, fcc. Acain wo repeat, wo dor.'t parade our pricos nor claim to uudorU tivervuodv. out ask ail to can ana eco im. J Cash paid for Butler.- Remember the place, namely, Union Block. Cauficld & Murray. Chardon, May 5lh, 18C5. 7lJ9tf R. ftl. Johnso.v. Geo. L. Riiaa. A.T.Tutt:.e, Johnson, Hiker & Co,, Commission Dealers in Grain, Wooi,Chccsc, HUTTER. eggs, potatoes. Green and Pried Fruit, and i'arm Produce gen- . erany. BORDERS TROMPTLY FILLED. 93r Also Depot and Gcnoral Headquarters for Agricultural Implements, MOWING MACHINES & REAPERS, JrAt American Express Otlice, PARMLY BLOCK, Paincsvillc, Ohio. DEPOT VI IUV Buckeye Mora and Reaper AND ALL PIECES FOR REPAIRS of tho r, ifr"Tho Huckcvb has siiDcrseded all other Ma chines, and those in want ol MOWERS will do well lo give :hoir orders at onco cither person ally or by mail, as tlio supply in store will soon be exhausted. Wo aro also agonts for the salo ot mo ioicbrutca iuowcr and Reaper, C.1YUVA CHIEF. AIT Prices Down Dutkeye Sr., 8160. Buckeye Jr., 6 1 40. j jf JOHNSON. R1KER d". CO.. At American Express Otlice, family block, Paincsville.O,, May 26th, 1865. 802 tf KB I? ARM for SALE. One hun dred and thirty acres of land - ..m.r- ")v,- - .. - ' Umr-L. wmi good ouiiuuius. livid? water and plumy oi timber. This farm is capable neepiiiu iwumy eows summer ana winter. Situ ated only one niilo from the Center o I lluntsburg, and less than that from Armstrong c Kandall's iiocso raciory. p. ssTAKKS. lluntsburg, May 12ih, I8C3. BOlif Probate Notice THE following accounts havo boonfilod in tbo Prolmto Court of Goauga Coun ty, Ohio, for sottlomont, viz: TARTtAL ACCOUNTS. Guardian of Euoioo A. and Urania L. Bakor. .4 II KT . D 1-.ll nuwtuu a. ivouogg, " " Julia Clara Wood. FINAL ACCOUNTS. Exocutor of Estate of Jas. Donaldson deo'd. " " R. P. Burnett, Jr., " Honry Ingraham, Adra'r " I'atrick Aronor, " Jcblol Wilcox. H M " Wm. W. Muon. Said accounts will stand for bearing said Court, at the Probate Office in Char' don. on tbe 20tb day of Julv. A. 1S65, at ten o'clock, A. M until which time all persons interested may except. M. O. CANF1ELD, Probate Judge. Chardon, Julj 7, 1603. eQ3,-3w Ml vrahility of material and firm knt ncss of texture, cannot be ex of In D. Ii. S. Ayres has Just returned from the city of J. lorfc, lohcre he has pur chased a New Stock of Goods, which, for variety of style, du- celled in this section. As to the Price- (Come iilid see for yourselves. We have only to say that they arc almost pan ic in prices-thai you would al most think that you were pur chasing goods 10 years ago. COME AND SEE OUR BROCADE FANCY do., do., BOMBAZINES, Alpacas all colors WOOL DELAINES, GHKNADINES, Striped & Plaid, NEW Styles MOUSLltf DELAINES, . LADIES' COLLARS AND CUFFS, Ladies' Belts, do. CORSETS, do. HOSE, - do. GLOVES & MITTENS, .do, . HATS, do. HOOP SKIRTS. do. BALMORAL SKIRTS, do. CLOAKS, do. CIRCLES, Cloaking, & Cloaks of the Latest Styles, kept con stantly on Mud, and made to order, and of the best finish. do. do. SHAWLS, Fine Grenadine, GAITERS, BALMORAL SHOES, LINEN UDKFS. HEMSTITCHED do.. do. do. do. do. Ribbons, Dress Trim- Cloths, Cassi- mings, meres Crash, Diaper, Flannels, Shirt Bosoms, Shirt Collars, Fine Shirts, Neck Ties, Tablo Linen, EMBOSSED : TABLE COVERS, TICKINGS, STRIPED Sbirtinfjs Fine and Heavy Sheetings, Hats and Caps, Boots and shoes rockery. GLASSWARE, HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, GLASS, DOOR Trim mings, OF ALL KINDS, Some Nice Clocks, and a Large Supply of Ready-made CLOTHING Go all arotmd! canvas every store! TJien buy of Ay res far c7teaper than before. ., X. S. lures. Chardon, May Utli, 18C5. 80cil AGRIC'LTURAL IMPLEMENTS WE ARB 8EI.LIKO Tllta SEASON BALL'S Ohio MOWER & REAPER, l UJIKER MOWER and HEATER, & RUSSELL'S Improvod SCREW POWER MOWER & REAPER. THE OHIO MOWER & REAPER is too well and favorably known in I.nke and Geauga to require any lensthy description. There are three sizes of this Machine tho Large, Medium and Junior. The platform to this Reaper is so arranged that it can bo converted inn few min utes Ironia Dropper let a lbtnd Rnke, with fide deiveryto that you hava a SELF RAKER or Hand Raker, as you may prefer. Its Jointed Finger Bar, w ith sot screw lo raiee or lower points of guards its draff bar guiding the grass lo the knives, and bringing dralt upon forward pari of frame nearest tho horses, &.c., Ac., make it a Machine without a superior in tho country. Tho QUAKER MOWER & REAPER Ib all iron hns two driving wheels 40 inches in diam eter it is so constructed as to adapt itself to tbe ground the bar remaining in its placo without repord to where the ' wheels may go one wheel may drop into a dead furrow, water furrow, or ditch. You may cross a diteh straight or at any angle the bar will always kllow the ground over which it moves. Tlio crank shall and liingo joint have one center so that the knives lose no motion no matter in what posi tion lliry may be placed. Tho Quaker hns a Stubble Rake or Drnpjtlnn Attuclimtut, requiring ono man to both drive and mannge delivery ot Grain, anu make a most per fect Solf Uakcr. RUSSELL'S SCREW POWER MOWER 6t REAPER is a machine without cog-gearing. Thero is o Double Jointing Hinge, which will however uneven tho surface ol the meadow may bo allow the Singer-bar to conform to the sur face. This Machine has been improved for the harvest of 18i5. and adds much lo the conven ience, strength, and moro perfect operation ot me mat nine. i he three above named Machines are not ex- celled by any lor good work, heavy or light draft simplicity ol construction, nnd durability. There is no 8 iilo dralt or weight on horses necks, and all ol them nre FlltsT CLASS HEATERS. Farmers will do well to examino our Ma chines betore purchasing elsewhere. In Geauga County, lor further particulars in quire of L. D. STANSELL. aud II. N. WICK OIF. We are also Agents for PALMER'S EXCELSIOR HORSE PITCHFORK, 1 PITTS IMPROVED Til resiling Machines, Horse Powers and Grain Drills, FEED-CUTTERS, PLOWS. CHURNS, &o. RUSSELL & CROSWELL, State Street, Puiiuivitle, O. May 50tb, 1805. 802lf STORE. Ohio. Chardon. The subscriber, having recently opened on Extensive Bool and Shoe Store, one door south of the Court House in Chardon, is now better than ever prepared to supply the wants of his numerous customers, both old and new. In ad ditiou to the variety usu II y kept in a country store, he has on nana a targe and Choice As sortmeut of Fine Calf and Kip Boots, LADIES' BALMORAL KID GAITERS, Prunelle Gaiters, MOROCCO BOOTEES, ic., &c., Besides a General Assortment of Chlltlrcns SUocs fc5r All Work ol the Best Quality and Finish Custom Work done to order, and on the most rsasonable tonus, Call and examine for your selves. R. P. MUNSELL. Chardon, May 5th, 18G5. 7'J9tf Ckaimc iii Business. Irnninff k Rfnnirinr. " " a i o- rp HE undersigned, having given upthe Horse- m. oiioiing orancn oi ineir ousincss, design hereafter todevote all their time and attention O'VAIl UinrlnnfCnrrtftfTf, Irnniiiflr nmi Hnnnir incdone in tho llest Style, on Short No tice. nnd Terms an Iteusouable as the Market will allow. fcj-irhop at the old stand. CROWN1NGSHIELD &, MELTON. Chardon, March 34th, 18G5. ?'J3m3 Attention! Citizens of Claridon and the adjoining Townships: TIMOTHY McCOLLIFF takes this method of inlorming the citizens of Claridon and adjoining townships, that he has located at Clar idon Center, at the old stand ofS. W. Newell and is now ready to do all kinds of blacksmith lng Work: Morse-shoeing, Wagon Ironing, &c AT THE LO W EST PRICES. Ploaec givo him a call before coins elsewhere. TIMOTHY McCOLLIFF. Claridon, April 7th, 1865. TJ5tf Removed Again. COX, Tcivclcr, Manufacturer of BRAIDED HAIR Jewelry Removed to the house lately occupied bv Dr R. R. Bourn, within 1 door of the School House, and nearly opposite the Lourt House watches, Jewelry, ate, repaired. Chardon, May 5th, 1865. 684tf ' EVERY Man his own TANNER." THE Subscriber, being the only authorized agent in Chardon for the Celebrated Tan ning Process noticed in the Democrat a lew weeks since, would say to the people that is now prepared to seil rights to all who way de sire them. SpecimenJlhis Tanning, showing the pro cesa to be noiMfubug, may be seen at his Shop one door north of the tanocru (Office. tt-Kighta sold for Five Dollars: For further particulars, inquire of . , .... . L- s- RIDER. Chardon , April 7th, 1865. 79Sni6 War Claim Agency. BF. ABELL, a licensed Govemment Agent procure Pensions, Bounty Money, Back Pay, vc., may bo addressed, in person or by letter, J to ho to at ii t .TQlf7 vTS CURE Warranted IF DIRECTIONS ARE FOLLOWED. ftTCALI, FOR A CIRCULAR DESCRIB INU ALL SYMPTOMS. SYMPTOMS: The Symptoms of Catarrh, as they generally appear, are at first very alight. Persons find that they have a cold; they have frequent attacks; and are more sensitive to the changes of temperature, in this condition, the nose may bo dry, or a slight discharge, thin and acrid, afterwards becoming thick and adhesive. As the disease assumes a chronic form, the discharges are increased in quantity, and changed in quality; they are now thick, and neavy, ana are ntiwuea or cougneu on. 'he secretions ore offensive, cnusinz a very bad breath; the voice H thick and nasal; the eyes are weak; the sense ot smell is lessened or destroyed; and deafness frequently takes place Another common and important symptom of Catarrh is, that the person is obliged to clear his throat in the mornina ol a thick or snmy mucus wnicn nas fnl en down from the head during the nieht. When this takes place the person may be sure Ins disease is on its way to the lungs, and sho'd looso no time in arresting it. The above are but few of the many Catarrhal symptom. A Single Dottle will last a month' to bo used throe times a day. Testimonial From Hon. T. J. Turntr, Ex-Member of Congtets from Illinois, late kpenker of the Illinois Home tif llenrBmnlttlivirK. mid (jravd AIllMler f)f A F. ' and A. M.,of the State of Illinois. Frceport.Oct. 21, 1863. DR. D. II. SEELYE: Dear Sir:- In reulv to your notice of the 18th nstant. I would sav that I was severely afflicted with Catarrh for years when I became acquainted v, ith von. and bought two bottles of your Liquid Catarrh Remedy. Before I had used one bottle I was sensibly improved, and before the second bottle was finished, was completely cured. I can recommend the medicine to all afllic'.cd with Ca tarrh. Respectfully yours, TIIOS. J. TURNER. Dr. D. H. Seelye & Co., Solo Proprietors. Chicnuo, Illinois. 1r Laboratory at treeport, Illinois. STRONG & ARMSTRONG, Cleveland, O. JOHN D. PARK, . Cincinnati, O. VYM. JOHNSON, Detroit, Mich. Sold in Chardon by J. Nichols. M. I)., and bv Druggists everywhere. 782jan61y New Skirt for 1865. The GREAI INVENTION of toe age in HOOP SKIRTS. J.W. BRADLEY'S New Patent DUPLEX EL- LIP'ITC (or double) SPRING SKIRT. WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY.Oate J. I & O. West,) SOLE PROPRIETORS and MAN- UFACTURERS, 97 Chambers and 7'J and 81 Reade Streets, New York. THIS INVENTION consists of Duplex (or two) Elliptic Steel Springs, ingeniously Braided Tightly and Firmly togother, edge to edge, mak ing the tougheit, most flexible Elastic and Du rable Spring ever used, They seldom Bend or tsreau line ine oingie 'springs, and consequently Preserve their Perfect and Beautiful Shape Twice as Long as any other Skirt. Mlie wonderful FLEXIBILITY and Great Com I'irt and pleasure to any Lady wearing the Da- filtx Elliptic Skirt will be experienced partic'nar y in ull Crowded Assemblies. OueriB. Carriages. Railroad Cars, Church Pews, Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House Diess, as the Skirt can be folded, when in use, to occupy a email place as easily as a Silk or Muslin Dress. A Lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort and great convenience of wearing the "Duplex oiooi tiling omri" lor a single oay, win never afterwards willingly dispense with their use. For Children, Misses and Young Ladicsj they are Superior to all others. They ore the Best Quality in Every Part, anil Unquestionably the Lightest. Most Desirable. Comfortable ond Economical Skirt Ever Made. FOR SALE in all First-Class Stores In This City, and throughout the United States and Can- aaas, Havana do Cuba, Mexico, South America, and the West Indies. INQUIRE FOR THE DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT- 7w8. (xoodell & Granger, (Successors to Teachout & Granger,) PROPRIETORS . ol the Fainesville Mills, y IIOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealers In FLOUR, FEED, GRAIN, WATER LIME, PLASTER, SALT, BUT TER, Cheese, Lard, Potatoes, Staples and Fancy Groceries, and all kinds of Produce. ETTOBACCOby the PACKAGE AT FACTORY PRICES. Main Street, Painesville, O. 788m6 For Sal.-- TIIEWell-known and Valuable FARM and Grlnt Mill. th H.imo of Hopestill Armstrong, deceased-situated in the east part of Claridon township, Geauga Co.. Ohio. Said Farm contains about 135 acree of land a good house, a small tenement house, a carriage house, two large barns-, the cow barn has a stone basement, the other has in it a plat form scales for weighing cattle and hay, a kiln for burning or baking tile. The Farm is well watered with good spring water, good pure wa ter brought into the barnyard in an aqueduct. The Farm is in the highest state of cultivation, the plowland bing thoroughly underdrained with tile every thing around the form and build ings are stbstantialand convenient as a good farmer would have it. The Grist Mill is a largo two-story building in good repair; two run of 4H feet burr stone.two bolts, atcorn-cracker.and everything convenient and necessary for clean ing wheat, aud making good flour a good and substantial dam, wth a shed for the shelter of teams, a house and barn, a large garden, and tho mill has an extensive run of custom. Said farm and mill will be sold together, or the mill with out the farm. TERMS. Part pay down: the balance on time, with good security and interest. For fur ther particulars inquire of Prudence M. Arm strong on the premises or Pelatiah Armstrong Mentor, Lake County, Ohio. PRUDENCE M. ARMSTRONG, . . Executrix. PELATIAH ARMSTRONG. 1 CHENEY ARMSTRONG, J J5V. . 804tf rXi PHOTOGRAPHS of Lincoln and' Grant for .ileal ilUKLBUTT'S. 798wtf