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Jay Cooke, the Subscription Agent.
Mr. Jay Cooke," ah "enterprising end nccessful Philadelphia backer, has , a. wai teea onc of the most efficient ce gouators of public securities. Four years go, when Pennsylvania State stock were down to 85, bo worked and bought them up to par, and at that rate be obtained three ruillloo dollars for the Stale, for raising and equipping her troops. When tbo Secretary of the Treasury gare vari ous bankers throughout the country com missions o negotiate bis first loans, Mr. Cooke was always among the most sac cessful. He infused a portion of his own great energy into bis sub-agents, and seemed to best understand bow to present the claims of the Government to the peo ple. When the 5 20 loan was authorized it was before the public many months without attracting nny attention, and the total sales by government were only about eighteen millions. The war ex penses were so vast that banks and bank ers were no longer able to supply money in sufficient amounts, and the Secretary of the Treasury was compelled to adopt some ptan for appealing directly to the people to supply the means for sustain jng the Government. Popular loans bad never been tried, and their nature was not generally understood. Capital is always sensitive, and capitalists, large and small, were not only to be toM that there was a 5 20 loan oh the market, but were to be convinced that it was the beat as well as the most patriotic investment. Mr. Cooke's high character and previous successes induced the Secre'ry to appoiul bim General Subscription Agent. The Stress and the telegraph were immediate, y put in motion. A large sum was spent in advertising, the distribution of a gieat variety of circulars tod band-bills, dee., the employment of traveler?, and in establishing sub-agencies throughout the loyal States. It has always been Mr. Cooke's policy to have our loans taken at home, and he has never solicited subscrip tions abroad, believing that our own peo ple should have the advantage of the in terest. The result of Mr. Cooke's efforts for the 5 20s is well known. Under bis agency, dating about Feb, 1st, 1863, and closing Jan. 22, 1864, the loan was sold up to 9514,780,600. As great success always occasions jeal ousy; complaints of favoritism towards Mr. Cooke were made against the Treas ury Department, which a speoial repor to Congress proved to be1 without the lightest foundation. About this time the National Banking System was established, and it was a part of the plan that the National Banks should be the financial agents of the Government. 'While publicly expressing the warmest gratitude to Mr. Cooke for bis past great and successful efforts, the Secretary of the Treasury determined to try the exper iment of placing the 10.40 loan through their agency. Ic four months but eighty millions were sold. On July 25iu, 1864, the First Series of 7.30s was offered through tie same channel, but, up to rvo. i si, iooo, a periou oi six months, the ales and payments to soldiers amounted to only about one hundred and twenty millions. This rate of subscription not being sufficient to meet the public wants, it was determined to return to llie agency of Mr. Cooke, under whose management the sales begun to show an increase within the first week, and in less than two weeks averaged two millions a day. During us urat imrijr unys mey . icacoea one hundred millions an average of about four millious for each working day. The first series was ezhaustecLon the 30th ol Marcb, when the sale of the Second Series ol tbree hundred millions was bcun. Tois series was all sold on the J3ib May, deducting Sundays and holidays, in the wonderfully short space of thirty-six working days making an average of eight and one-third millions per day. 4 ue ame oi me icira aerie tnen com menced, but, owing to tbe faot that the Treasurer was unable to deliver tbe notes, comparatively little effort was made to influence subscriptions until Juno 1st, when deliveries were advertised to begin! ' The sales of government loans, under Mr. Cooke's management as General Sub scription Agent, have been about thus: 5.20 Bonds $514,000,000 7.30 Notes 760,000,000 , $1,274,000,000 to say nothing of his earlier undertakings or tbe large amounts ol bonds taken by bis firm at tbe lettiogs to the highest bid der. - Although other causes than imper fect agenoies retarded the subscriptions in the summer and autumn of 1864, cannot be denied that their subsequent success was chiefly from Mr. Cooke's en ergetio direction. His efforts have cer tainly been as unooasing and his wisdom, Blill and energies have certainly been taxed as much as those of any comman der in tbe field, and with results not less iMFifi.f.i.i - - rr . l i ii . . . . iiufvi mm. lie ubs oeeu aoijr assisted Dy bis brother Henry D. Cooke, and II. abnestocl boih partners in the firm of Jay Coooe fc Co, u TnB TRlBt'NB AND llORACB GnKKLT. Ar Holes are goinsf tbe round of tbe newspaper presi to tbe ffoet that Horace Greely has ceased to bate any control of tbo Tribune and soma accounts go so far as to state that be has no connection with that journal Tbara is net a word 0r truth lu these re W W'lQ'jj'ootouly tbo editor-In-eblef still, but be does not write lts than stsafA SftAllIlannSs Wt Sf aaaea af a - uo uappoaa to ue out or town. At tho last meeting of tbe stock ho'dars of tbe .'uum(,iiii aniary, iu wposo auraooe lie always been opposed, was raised from two to 97,000 per anaum In spite o protestations agaiost It. 1 ' ' 5.-1 f ft i For ererylbtog you buy, soli, Jet pr hire, make an exact bargain at firstt od be not v m nvroBiier uj one tuai ssvs SOU we wWl not disaeree about lrifl,-s , .0 " T . ,." " v Clean Hands. When I was about six joara p!d, a gen tleman who bad callod on my father to transact some business, perceived that my hands were dirty, and those of my brother eroa in ine is me eonamon. t t "My boys," said he, "1 hate dirty fingers; now if yours are clean when I call bore nett Tuesday, I will make you a present." As soon as it was light on the Tuosdav moruiog. my brother and 1 cot up and be gan to wash 'our hands. We used more soap that morning than we had used for a moutb before; and if ever our hands were clean, thoy cortaloly wero then. The goo lloman diti'at come till dinner-lime, so we thought it bolter to have another scrubbing at our hands, and once more wo wero up to our elbows in soap suds. Tbe gentleman caino anil alter examining our bands, which had not a Speck on them, be gave each or us firo new bright sparkling piocos of coin, which wo took to be golden guineas. Tboy wore only' pockot piecot but we wore too young to know tho difference thov were just as valuable to us, so we fan cied oursolros to be as rioli as Jows. ' 'Now, my boys," said bo, "you seo it is possible to keep your bands clean when it answers your purpose to do so. I should be ashamed of a boy who would bo mean enough to wash his bands to make bis parents and friends comfortable. Tho love and good opinion of your parents and friends are worth all tho money in the world." "A oood wife," says a western editor, "is ono ho puts her husband next to tho wall, and tucks him up to keep him warm in win tor, splits tbe wood and makes fires in tbe morning, washes ' ber husband's face and draws.on bis boots for bim, never scolds, never sudors a rent to remain in her. hus band's small, clothes, keeps ber shoes up ho heel, and ber stockings darned, nover won ders at what hor husband oes interesting in that young woman across the way, bovor slams tho door when hor htuband is epoak ing, and always roprovos the childron wben they eat up their fathers supper." Thk good fortune of the bad bown their beads down to the earth: the bad fortune of tbe good turns tbelr faces up to Heaven. . C. to I Hear Yc! Hear Yc !! The undersigned have just returned from New York, where they have bought a Large Stock of Goods, and at tlie timCj yvheu they touched the Lowest point within the last 2 years vhich they now offer to the public at the LOWKST Fossi- blc Price. Our Stock consists of Everything usually kept, in a country store, such as DRESS- GOODS, ,S Of Ever Description;.' ' 1 Crockery, Groceries" Wall, Paper, WindowShados, : s --x ' w 4 V 'A 111 I .nrnnlnirr Summer Ciot lis ; ! i ' For Men and Boys' Wear. ' 'x ! Cassi meres, .Broadcloths, , , In a Large Variety; ' Linen Coats ' Of Every Quality; " JNails : ' OfallSiiee. v ' ' and, in fact, everything usnally kept in a place ol iliissite, We do not ipteinl to be undersold neiilier do we pretend to undersell everybody but exoect. by doing a atraightlorward and hon- uriuioiiunnu,ig roeiti aim receive our share Of the public patron nae. 1 i'lenk aall.aa It. will coat nothing to examine our Sfouk, and get the PRICES. We shall keep on hand, and manufacture to order, thro Mrs. J. 0. T orrallo, so long and fa vorr ably known m this branch of business, every variety of Ladies Cl6aks Sacqucs, fcc.! :; 1 Again we re rpent, we doi't parade our prices dersell everybody, but ask all to nor claim to un call and see us. Cash paid for Hidter.& Remember the place, namely, it. '.. inr it. ...... union jjiocfc. "v Can field & Murray. , Cuardon, May Mh, 1865. ,mf Ol ILE Whsreaa. my wife, Surah Byrnes. 4-1 has lett my bed and board without any just .dVf!n 10 barbr or tru.t heron my aco"unt aa I r- - ."r cunnmcung sner mis ! dB- -t M . . CHARLES UYRNEH. I nnurgu,unio, AUg , 18C4. Uw3 nr - ' " m f F.AUKI.L, a licensed Government Affent in liasi J procure r'ensiona. Bounty Mone v. Oick Psv. Si-y-i '. be addresod, In person or by letter, at bis """le'dUeuuaCo 0'li- 800tf ; ( 1m. S. Ay res has just returned from the city of N. York, where he has pur chased a New Stock of Goods, which, for variety of style, du rability of material and firm ness of texture, cannot he ex celled in this section. As to the Price (Come and sec for yourselves. , We have only to say that they are almost pan ic in prtces-that you i would al most think that you were pur chasing goods 10 years ago. COME AND SEE OUR BROCADE do., FANCY do., ! COilHA?.!NES, . , , Alpacas all colors WOOL DELAINES; -L u , GRENADINES. 8triped & Plaid. NEW 8tyles MOUSUN DELAINES. 3 ) ;;iaAniEs colears AND CU FF8, Ladies' 'Beltv r do. CORSETS,., , ' ' V do. , HOSE, ' v; do., v ; GLOVES & MITTENS, do. HATS, -do. . HOOP SKIRTS, do.o - BALMORAL SKIRTS, do. CLOAKS. : : do. ' CIRCLES, Cloaking. V& CloaKs of the Latest Styles,' kept con stantly on hand, and made to order, and of the best finish. .;'t ;''l:::;'.SHATO,':;ij Fine Grenadine If 1 do. GAITERS, do. ; BALMORAL SHOES," do, . . LINEN UDKFS, . ,', do. IILAIST1TCHED do., Ribbons, Dress Trim- iniiis, Clotlis, Cassi meres, , , nHA v. . Flannels, ; . Shirt Bosoms, Shirt Collars. ' Fine Shirts, Neck Ties, Table Linen, ; , EMBOSSED TABLE COVERS, ' ! TICKINGS, STRIPED Shirtings Fine and Heavf Sheetings, Hats aud Caps, Boots and slioes, Crockery, GLASSWARE, HARDWARE. IRON, NAILS, GLASS, DOOR Trim mings, OF ALL KINDS, Some Nice Clocks, ' and a Large Supply of Ready-made CLOTHING, Go all around! canvas everu storel ... Then buy of,Ayresfar cheaper than before. ' i v" res, Chardon, May l?th, 1885. 80qi " i, .'aw, J THE TORES! CITY OIL Company. Capital, ; - $100,000. shakes $ each. OFFICEl1. s ' Lf?i5iP W1I.KIN3, President. ' " SAMUEL FOLJAMBE, fc'ec. andTreas. ..... .. DIRECTORS. , jy' ,,1ART. GKOKCiE C. CORNING, H. . lilt A YTON, HORACE W1LKINS. , Tills Company owns In fee simpte the follow ing valuable property in Venango county, Penn.i 2. On WF.IKELRUN-38 acres of land.ono mile from Oil Creek. This Is good Oil Territory, and wells are being put down aoove this land by large and wealthy companies. . On HALL'S UUN-31 acres, all boring territory. We ore now going down near this Innd. 3. On SAGE RUN 21 ncre,food Oil Tci Mory. A 50 barrel well just struck on (his run, near this Innd. 4. On VV K8T'HICKORV CKEEK-2GK acres; ncarihe Alleghany river, ond is regarded a the very best Oil Territory, being In the same range with l it H0e Creek Well and also the Co quette Well. , J. OnCHEIMtY RUN-i-One-eighth land In tcresl In 4 Wellt. No. I is down f60 leel, wlih a good show of oil; No. 2 is down 420 feet; No. 3 u down 580 feel; and No. 4 i J down 300 feet. 6 On CHERRY RUN One-eighth land In tcrcbt in TWENTY-ONE OTHER Wells, all ol which are lensed, derricks up, and preparations made for putting down the wells without delay. lbege intercuts have all been seloctud with great care, by persons experienced in tho oil busi ness. They are al! free in tererts, aud the wells contracted o he bored, tubed, tested and worked, without expense to IheCompany. Any person deiiring iniornioiion will please address tbe President or Secretary, at Cleveland, Ohio. 803 m3 JJISSOURI IS FREE ! ' ' . ' ' 174 CY A; ADAMS, Land and Emigration Adonis, -. FOR TEfl IIANNIHAL 4tST. JO. RAILROAD. Wtfare prepared to furnish valuable aid nnl in- formation to ail who desire to remove to Missou. n..We supply all the land documents, published by the II Si St. Jo ll R. Co.- To those who wish to invest capital In Missouri in any kind of busi ness or manufactures, we are able to lurnish in formation of especial interest.' Our Extensive to tal knowledge will enuble us to point out at once me mini lavoraoie localities lor starting COLO NIBS ' We have also thousands of ' IMI'ItOVl'.D FA It MS. in all parts of Missouri, which are being sold, in many cases, for less than ihs improvement cost. All who derire information ol any kind with re- gam loiNorlheni Missouri, should apply at once y person or let erto us. -Office, iNio S Hoffman's D'ock, corner Supe rior Street and l'ublic Square, opposite Post Of fice, Cleve'and, Ohio. " f '- : -i N. B By special arrangements with the Rail road Companies on the route, Emigrants to Mis souri, by applying to us, are enabled toseenre bet ter rates for 1'assngo and Freight, than. they can otherwise obtain. 808tf w1 ILL1AM D. WILSON, who resides in f n'V ola county, Miuliiaun Addison li. Wil son, who residea in thebtaie ol ..Minnesota-f an ny F. Briggs, John W.. Brigxs, Emmie WiN son. who reside in Allegan County, Michigan and Ucorge S, Wilson, uhote residence is un known are hereby notified, that on the 26th day of July, 165, Wm. M.Briggs, Claris a A. Briggs, and D. W. C'onfitld as odminisiraior of the es tate of George Wilon. filed in i he office of the Clerk ol the Court of Common I' e is within and for the Connty offJeanua and See of Ohio, a petitioe agnlnst them and their licirs at lavwuf- 1 1 7. 1 J A ; r i .. . vMjigo ..iibvii, onuunacu, .tilling itmii, inai on the&thduy of July A. D. 8,sajdGeoige Wil son, then in full life, entered into a conirnct in writing with Wm. M. Briggs for the sale and con-. veyance to mm aim raid Clurisso A. Uriygs, ol an undivided half of 129 X acres of land in Lots No. 17 and 1$ in Tract No. 2 in Newbury, Go auga County. Ohib, and being the fame land on which sa d Wi'son resided at his decease. Which petition alledges that said William M. Bliggs has performedall the conditions in said contract mentioned and to be performed by him, and thev the said Wm. M, Briggs end Cluris.a A Briggs are entitled to a deed of snid premises, subject to mo support ana maintenance ol wary A. Wil son', as provided in said contract,' which is a lien on said premises. - - The object and prever of said Detiilon is tore. quire the heirs of snid George Wilson toexecnte and deliver to said William M. Brigys nnd Clor issa A. Briggs, a deed of their respective inter es's In said premifcs, nubject to said sunoort and maintenance of said Mars' A. and nn HrIhii'i f saia neirs to make such deed, sals' administrator do autnorizea, tor ana on bchall of aatd heirs, to compete said conveyance, agreeably to the terms of said coniract afoiesaid. " The said defendania above named are further notified, thai unless thov snnenrnnd nnnir unirl pell Ion on or before the SJi day of September, IQ1CJ .1. . - ' 1 1 I ... . , . - anis'wiii do inaen- as eoniessed,jand judgment rendered accordingly. . ! I. N. HATHAWAY. eiOwg , , , .Attorney, lor plaintiff. THE STATE OF OHIO, ! : ' ' ' " ;' Geauga County, ss. tCottri of Com. Pleas, rredenck Uose, plaintiff, ' ' 1 ' versus t ' i Laura F. Buae, defendant. ' " rpHK defendant Laura F. Bose will take notice J. that, on the 85th day ol July. A, D. 186f, said Frederick, Bobo filed in said Court his peti tion against her, pajinglhar themarriage con tract now exisling between ttiem be dissolved alleging, as csuse therofori Adultery on the part of said defendant.' u (... Said cause will be for hearing at the next term of the Court of Common Pleas, to be holden on Oot.Ud, 1865. CANF1ET.D & FMITII, I 810w6 - Attorneys for Plaintiff. " 1 -k ' Eoad Notice. NOTICE Is boroby given that a petition will be presented to the Commission ers of Oeauga Co., Ohio, at tboir regular meeting to be boldeo at tbe Court House in Chardon, on tbe first Monday of September cezt, tbe prayer of whioh is to vacate a certain road in tbo township of Park man In said Co., commencing at Ihe S. W. end of tbo bridge near tbe so eaJled J. P. Cou verie Mill, and thence running South along tho west bank of Grand lliver, toKirtland Run; tbonce across said Run to tbe old road leading from Purkuian to tb;, center of Nelson, being ibo same road established bj tbe said Commissioners at tboir meet ing in Dec, 1804; alleging 1 further tbat said road is useless, and that it is impractic able to mako tbe same a public highway. ' July S5. J8C5. 81104 FARM for SALE. One hun dred and thirty acrea of land wilh'good buildings, living water and plenty ol timber, llns farm ia capable of keeping twenty'cows summer and winter. Lo ated only ono mile from the Center of Huntsburg, and less than that from Armstrong &, RandaiPa Choose Factory. D. ST ARKS. Huntsburg, May 12th, 1865. Timothy McColliff I ?'f ;".!' a. Before II. JCSmlia. J. P., John Callistnr. Chardon. Ohio. rpHE defendant John Calliater will take notice J. thst on the 82nd day. of July, 1865, an order of attachment was lasuco against him by said Justice, for the sum of 300 which haa been duly served and returned , ,1 i t' I N. HATHAWAY. B13w3 1 ' Attorney lor plaiutiff. If "I m. CURE "Warranted IF DIRECTIONS ARE FOLLOWED. KTCAM. Foil A CIRCULAR DESCRIB ING ALL SYMPTOMS. SYMPTOMS: " The Symptoms of Catnrrh.oa they generally appear, are ai first very slii-ln. Persons find that thev have a cold: they have frequent attacks; and are more sensitive to the chni.ges of temperature. In this condition, the none may be dry, or a siigni discharge, thin and acrid, alterwards becoming thick and adhesive. Aa the tipcase assumes a chronic form, the discharges are increased in quantity, and chanted in qunliiy; they are now thick and heavy, and nre hawked or coughed oil". The secretions nre offensive, causing a ery bad hrenih: tho voice is thick and nasal; the eyes are weak; the souse ofsmell is lessened or destroyed; and deafness frequently takes place Another common nnd important symptom of Catarrh is, that the person is obliged to clear his throat in the . ..-.I. . I : .u:,.U I. - - morning Ol a inicn or snmy iiiuuua -viiicm uu in I ln down Irnin the head durins the nishl - When this takes place the person may be sure his disease is on its way to the lungs, and shoHl loose no time In arresting it. Tht' abnve art but few of the many Catarrhal Symptom. . A Si nple Bottle will Inst n monthto be used three times n day. Testimonial From Hon. T.J. Turtur, Ex-Member of Conerrs f from Idiom, latt Sprxifirr oj the tuition lloutr of Keprcrnlnlivti, and Grnvd Mntttrof A. F. and A. M .of the State of lllnmit. Freeport,Oci.21,1863. DR. D. H. SELLYEi - , - , Dear Sir;-In reply to your notice of the 18th ins'ant, 1 would say that 1 wns severely afflicted with Catarrh for yeors when 1 become acquainted u iih vom nnd bought two bottles of vour Liquid Catarrh Remedy.. Before I had used one bottle I was sensibly improved, and before the second bottle was finit hid, was completely cured. I can recommend the nicdiclne to all afflicted with Ca tarrh. Respectfully yours, r : , . - , TIIOS. J. TURNER. Dr. D. H. Seelye&Co., Sola Proprietors. Cliirngo.' Illinois. - frrLnborntory at Feeport, Illinois. STRONG & ARMSTRONG. Cleveland, O. JOHN D.PARK, Cincinnati. O'.' WM .JOHNSON. 'Detroit. Mich. Si ld in Chardon by J. Nichols, M. I)., and by Druggists everywhere. , isjaitoiy Removed Again. COXa Tewcier, manofactuitr of BflAIOED HAIR Jcwrlrr. Removed to the hbusa lately occupied bv Dr. It. ll. iiourn, witnin I door ot tne School House and nearly opposite he Court Ifuuse.- watches, jewelry, ato., repaired. . Chardon, May 5th, 186). 684 tj lAttehtiort! Citizens ; of Claridon and the adjoining Toumhiptx f ... ,.4i-, , .v- v -rpiMOTHY McCOLLlFF takea ihis method J. ol inlorming the cub-.ons oi Cluridon and adjoining townships, that he has located at Clar idon Center, at the old stand ofS W. Newell, an,a is now ready toao ail kinds ol Uiacksmiih ing Work: tlorse-shocing. Wagon Ironing, &o. AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Please give him a call before going elsewhere , , it TIMOTHY- McCOLLlFF. Claridon, April 7th, 1865. 79 Mf Far Sale.-vii! EWell-known and luable FARM and final Mill lh. Ciois of liopestill Armstrong, deceased-situated the east part ol Claridon township, Geuuga Co., uuio. ouiurarni contains about, las arr.nr b"u ""u, sum 11 tenement riouse, carriage houso, two larne barns; the cow barn has a atone basement, the oilier has in it a plat lorm scales for weighing cattle and hay, a kiln lor burmii( or baking tilo. Tbe Farm is well watered with good spring water, good pure wa to r brought into ihe barnyard in an aqueduct. Tbe Farm ia in tbn highest state of cudivation, tha plowland bfhg thoroughly utiderdrained with tile every thing around the farm and build ings are substantial and convenient as a good farmer would have it. The tirim Mill i I7.,. I fs nl ft nrrtikl Hitiiiin -.1 . two-story building 111 good repair; two run 4 'eel burr atone, two bolts, a'corncra.ker,and oyciMiiiiS cuiivenicni ana necessary lor e'ean ing wheat, aud making good flour a good and substantial dam, with a shed for the shelter teams a house and barn, a Urge garden, and the mill hns an .extensive run of custom. Said farm and mill will bo sold together, or the mill with out tho farm. TERMS. Part pay down; the balance on time, with good seeurity and interest. For fur ther particulars inquire of Prudence M. Arin Mrong on the premises or Pclatiah Armstrong Mentor, Lake County, Ohio PRUDENCE M. ARMSTRONG, i Executrix. i tlil 1AII ARMSTRONG, 1 CHENEY ARMSTRONG. J .tV. BOtlf Administrator's Sale of Ileal Estate. I TN pursuunce of an order granted by the Probate fX Court ol Geauga County, Ohio, 1 will offer lor oiu at uiiuuu aiicuon. ... On Mundutj, the 2ll day of Jlugvil, 1865 at 10 o'clock, lorenoon, upon tho piemines, the' ter of the .0..1 i..rfin, tr ; .b.r.,'".t-",":i . 11. .1 , viiuiuuii iu me 5? M ,lIambdt;"' J ut wu'h-west corner ol Innd belonging to the estate ol Horton Smith, fa?!"? ' .r,n ,"cnco0f;h 65and W-H chains to a p,..i 1 liei.ee east 10 50-100 chain, to a post thence south 58 8-100 clmina ih. m.. . .1.1 road; thence .(one- the aiiiii mnH west JS 63-100 cha ns to the ul fli'A rtl hl)(linilinn contsining sixty five acres of land. " Also. Fifteen nnd 4H. Ino .... C 1 1 1. .u w . i . . -T , . . o ui iu mu ii, nam Lot and Iraut. bounded as follows 1 Beaiiuiinff ai tne north-west corner of In ml hl,.ni,. Lt0" defi' -id Lot . udfcf o-wnT -r, ut, aumi 11 .u-iuu vhalna to a nnat uieuce east 10 au-iuo chains to a oost 5 thence north It 70-100 chaina to a nA,T Vh-V 1 i:. - ,1 10 50-100 chains to place of beginning. i-Vnr,r.,nM IJ'!!!? r 1 AT - -vBiuiiiiii. . . ol sale, with interaati tha pa) meat to be secured by mortgage upon the pretnisoa old. COMFORT SMITH and I. . . CAROLINE SMITH, 1 Administrators ol ilprton Smivh, deceased. :.-i ;. . . , 810w in a of of 1 I , ; ! I . 1 IMPORTANTtoFEHALES" The combination of ingredients In these Piltf ia the result of a long and extens s practice. -They are mild in their opera tiot , and rsnnotdo harm to the most delicate; certain in correcting all irregularities, Painful Menstruations, remov ' ing all obstructions, whether from cold or other wise, Headache, Pain iu ihe Side. Palpitation of Ihe Heart, Whiles. all Nervous Affections, Hys terics. Fatigue. Pain ia tne Back and Limbs, dis- turhed sleep, &c , which srise from intcri option ofNsture. Dr. Cherscmnn'i Pills were the commencement of a new era In the tieaiment of irregularities and obstructions tha t ' have consigned ao many to a premature grave. No lemale can enjoy good health unless she is regular; and whenever an obstruction takes plnce. the general health begins todecline. 1 hese Pills form Me fnnt pieparation eeer put forward with Immediate and Persistent Success. - DO NOT UE DECEIVED. Tike this advertise, men! to your Druggist, and tell him you vmt tht BEST and mo,' lx ELI ABLE FEMALE Med. icintintht World, which is comprised in these Pills. ' Dr. Cliccscmnii's Pills . have been a Standard Remedy for over 30 years and are the most effectual one ever known for all complaints peculiar to Females. To all class, es they are Invaluable, inducing, with certainty, periodical regularity. They are known to thou- ' sands throughout ihe country, ho have Ufed them at dinerent periods, having the sanction OI gome of the most eminent American fhyniciant. ' nxpiicti uirecuont wnn eacn but., i rir.t nut Dollar per Box. or 6 Boxes for 45. containing front 50 to GO Pills. Pills tent by mail, primptly, secure from observation, by remitting to the Pro. prietors. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS GENER- AL.L) I . UU1CH1ISUS Cil!lL.L.YfcK, . Pioprietors, .. 81 Cedar Street, New York. Sold by Cook & McGowan. Chardon: S. Moo- dey. O. II. Lee and D. H. Parnily, Painesville n. c., Kellogg and Cork & emead, maaison; Burr & Bates, Willoughby. 778y:dec9 UFEREJUVBUODH. This Preparation is uiiequulled aa a Rejuvena tor and Restorer of wasted or inert functions. '. The aged should be certain to make the liiok rene a household god, inasmuch as it will lender thrm ' youthlut in feeling and in strength, and enable : them to live over attain the days of their pristine , joy. It not only exhilarates but strengthens, and is really an invaluable blessing, especially toall those who have been reduced to a conditionof servility, self-abuse.misfortune. or ordinary sick ness. No matter what the cause of the lm potency of any human organ, this spperb preparation wiH remove the effects at once and forever. BlOKKENE ' 1 CURES 1MPOTENCY; GENERAL DEBIL1 ; TY, NEKVOUS INCAPACITY. DYSPEPSIA, DEPRESSION, LOSS OF APPETITE, LOW ' SPIRITS, WEAKNESS OF THE ORGANS' OF G KN E 2A T10N ,1 M B EC1 LIT Y. MENTAL; INDOLENCE, EMACIATION, ENNUI IT. HAS A MOST DELIGHTFUL. DESIRABLE AND NOVEL EFFECT UPON THE N1.KV-: OUS SYSTEM and all those who are in any woy pros iro ted by nervous dinnbiliiies,atee(irn estly advised to soek a cure in thin mosi excel. lent and unequalled preparation. Persons WhOj by imprudence, hove lost their NATURAL YIG OR.will find a speedy and permanent cure in tbe . ; - BIOKRENE. The FEEBLE, the LANGUID, the DESPAIR ING, the OLD, should give this valuable discov ery a trial; it will be found totally different from all oilier aiticles for the same purpose. . ; To Feinules.This preparation isinvslss ble in nervous weaknesses of all kinds, as it will restore the wasted strength with wonderful per manence. It ia also a grand tonic, and will give relief in Dyspepsia with the first dose. A brie persistence in Its use will renovate the Stomach to a degree ol perfect health, and banish Pvapen. sia forever. '"' ' One dollar per bottle, or aix bottles for 5. Sold by Druggista generally. . . Sent by express anywhere, by addressing HUf CHINGS & HILLYER. Prale"ora, -j o ij 1. n 1. ,6l.Ca' s"e.Nw York. Sold by Cook & McGowan, Chardon; Sane Moodcy, Painesville. 778det9 ' ' EV ERY Man his own TANNER" THE Subscrroer. being tbe only authorised agent in Chardon for the Celebrated Tan. n 1 no Process no iced in the Democrat a lew weks since, would say to the people that ho is now prepared to ceil righta to all who may de sire them. ' Specimens of his Tanning, showing the pro. cess to be no humbug, may be seen at bis Shop ono door north of the Democrat Office. . - -Rights sold for Five Dollars) 1 Fur luriher particulars, inquire of m. j .... L- S- RIDER. Chardoa , April 7th. 1865. ... 795m6 ; Builders, Attention !!. SHINGLES! SHINGLES'l-The Undersigns keepsconstanilj on hand, and for sale Cheap, a Large Quantity of Whitewood, Cucuni 1 V ,t?.a".? Blk.Aah. ShiagleF,cut ty, Jntrchild &, Haaen'a celebrated Phingle Ma chine. Persons in want oi New Roofs are invited to call. . - O. M. BARNES. ' Huntsburg, June 9th, 1865, . 804m3 I Administrators' Sale of Real Estate. N pursuance pi an order granted by the Pro bateCourt of Geauga County .Ohio, we willof. er tor sale at public auction, on Thursday. Au gust 3ldt, 1865 ai 10 oMlock A. M., upon the premUes.the following described Real Entate.sil, uated in the lownshipof Pnrkman, County of Ge auga, Mid State of Ohio:, to wit. Lnown as one acres 01 land In Lot Mo. 12, Tract No. I Township, and being the Flouringmill together with all the rishta. nrl.lU,.. :''u. ."rc"JMrrrrEwJMwne4 hiiu wiuuicu uy sum jonn r . converse at hia da. cease; including all rights and I privilege granted and conveyed 1" aaidlohn P. Converse by SwkS Parkmsn, Executrix f Samuel ParkSTan. dee'd by deed bearing date June 28,h 182T,corded la rf..... -...?. o j. ,''! ,,B'' -,oea in. m vmny wiub, 000a u, pagsseooan Also about thrae-fouriha nt an nf Ll . in Lot a. Tract No. 19 in said Township, known as the Miilhouse property, bounded and davrilwH aa follows; north and weat by land owned by Pat-. 1 .in. .1.. .1. ."V Mi.T Po7,d " .d on '.1. t dourh L.h-0 oin nf I ho hiaLu.w . Il. .f ..u c . . . . ........ .w m ..via v. mmum miiinouse, and a right to use a Dart of 1 aid water privilege, made bv John P. Converse to one Gee. W Hatch. Feb 87th. :864. ' ' . - lakaaaVone, third in one year; and one-third in two years from ( tne nay 01 aaie, wun interest tne payments to bp Dounrca oy morigage upon tne premiers sola A. D. K1BBEE. - a a w .L 1 CHAUNCEY TAFT,. Adm'rswlth the will aonsxed, of the Eatsta of John P. Converse, deceased. '