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Close of the Volume.
Tiiii limn bar cK h rolumi live of he. Journal,
i)4 ilia ("coinl yi'itr wliioli it liuabrcn under out
inansfrm',iit. Tin; subscription tin), during ihe
past Aero years, has itrt:raeii beyond our expor
tation, bul, St should yet be inciessu.l at lrnsl
two hundred, wliicli would givfl ui a cir.nilalion
f 1 ,000 copin.
To UioS;i friends who have kindly eneoiiri(rrd
lis, In varied ways, we ft-cl indeed grateful. As
our Inborn, arduous aa they have Wn, have nol
enUryd our nurse, it is tin more gratifying Id
know that friends fire to be fo'iml wlio do nol
measuro tliuir friendship by tlic length of th
Tim now volutin! will commence next week,
and a have nude utinn new arrangements by
which' wa hope to rrmke it more nttrnf-tiv than
this one ha Ihpii, We only Inpo lostirctcd by
meriting success, and is it asking loo much of
thoe who lliiult the Journal woithy of patron
to aid us in rxun'mg itscirrulation ? It
would bo an naif mutter for many of our friends
to send ua at least ne subseriber eaoh. Tit in
Tvould not only bine lit ; but would aitisl in
extending" Republican principles.
The Semi-Annual Collection of
VW this week publish tin' providing a
aml annual collection of taxes. According to
its provioiona, they lire, to be paid in two equal
tyslulineiitH, which litis many reasons to favor
iti acceptance) by the people aa a wI?o arrange
ment, But many thines which are very lino hi
theory utterly fail when put into pructico, and
such Is mora tlm u iikely to be the fate of this
experiment, especially under tho present incom
plete law. Thi first and most prominent ub
yection to its operation is lha additional ex
pense which it will impose upon tho people. It
will be nacessory for every County Auditor to
make out two lax duplicates, and otherwise just
double tho amount of labor in connection with
Ihe collection of taxea throughout. In our own
county lha additional expense in the Auditor's
nfllre alone, will probably not bnlosu than 300;
end the other cxtru expenses necessarily Incurred
by the BOmi-annuil collection of tuxes, will
most likely raeh If 300 in Wood County. It
is a safe estimate to put the extra expense to the
Slate 81100,000. .
. It does seam 'on (hot a law miht have been
framed which would have possessed all 'the arl
tantaRes afforded by this one, without auhject
ing the people to such an enormous extra ex
panse. Under tho sub-treasury law the treasury
should ba sufficiently guarded without thus mi
unual settlement, and the treasurer could, eith
er by issuing tho receipts iu full and crediting
the amount paid thereon, or by any other con
venient mode, keep his accounts and be prepar
ed for annnnuul sott'oment willio it the ne
cessity of Laving an extra Ux duplicute. Hat
the law is made, and liku the oilier bundling
work of the present legislature, must b submit
ted to until an opportunity olfets for its repoiil or
modification, and Wood 0. unity must maka up
iier nuul to pay f"" propoition for the folly
of a letrislaturo.wliiih win only vigilant in pla
cing the public funds in tho hands of corrupt
Progress of the Free Sentiment in
The Ciiuinnn i Commercial publishes Ihe fol
lowing interesting letter from Missouri!
Oawiojr, iloll pt Mo., April 9,1859.
"Ens. Com S A few of our citizens went nvi-r to
Kansas the other evening to hei r Col. Lane
penk. We were all pleaaed with his discourse,
which i was conservative mid friendly, lie re
marked, concernin;'. tlio l,t compli n constitution,
that if it did pass Congress it would make no
disturbance iu Kansas, "not a ripple upou the
waters,' Ht to his words.
Last nij;ht we got the news of the defeat
of tho liCcomptoii cousiitution, which wax
imlled with joy by ulltlie p'tiplu of Oregon, not
even rxopiiiiij the post mat fr. Holt county
is Biit-Lecoiupioii by iiineteen-lweiuielhs iu
ioritv. 1 will add that all north and iiorlhwst
Missouri is anti-Lecompton, and ui 'iiy counties
strongly Hitli rdavery. The people are aitiim
patiently lor tlio day wlteu enmieipetioiL will
bo the (pioslion in tin ir Uale legislature. )iilv
let the north continue to pour in her freo soil
population as she has been, and the day of free
dom is not fjr distent. We greet the emigrant
with a cordial welcome, knowing that he adds
to the value of our lands, and tlio average ol in
lellieence. I cannot see for the life of nie, why
men should go to Iowa, Nebraska, or Kansas,
while this noithein Missouri is so sparsely aei-
tied, and presents facilities in rspect to climate,
soil, timber and water, surpassing those. An
other thing, land is cheaper here than in Iowa
. from tho net that there is no wild speculation
E ery county in lhs section has a good school
fund: for instance, this county (Holt) has ovei
one hundred ihnumiud dollars fot that purpotc
well secured at 10 per cent, interest.
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-The following is au extract of a letterdated
llio Janeiro, Feb. 2:
Tha fover lakes llw sailors off very fast.
Thew are vessels in the heilior with no mm on
board, sumo have died, while the rest are in the
liosoitul. 'Ihure is a little s earner Hut rnu-i
Hcrohs ihe buy once every day with the si k.
When a man is sick on board a ves-el.thfl flag is
set in tho main and thesteumerowmeolortjau'l
takes him ont. It Ua sad sight to a e f.om thir
ly to forty vesiels with their Hags thus display
Orson Hyde, one of the Mormon apostles
boasts Hut if ho lues t n veais and thrives as li
lias been thriving, he will have " sons enough to
in alio a regiment by themselves.
Tha Sultan of Turkey expresses grost grati
fication at llio reception given to Mohammed
l'ash in this country, and declares thi uui
hokpitility "rivals that of the ancient Arabs."
S. Sterlinz Morton, En.,of lVtoit, has re
reived the appointment of Secretary of llii Ter
riiory of Nebraska in tha place of T. I) Cummiug
ilecened. In the absence of Gov. Kit hurdsou
Mt. Mot ion will bo aoiin governor of ihe Ter
At a recfnt nieetir eot the stocKhidders ol
the Burnet II e, Ciuciuiuli, a rem hi io.i wa.
adopud.aulhoriiiHg tha committee io toaimi'iic
suit auainsl Mr. Co eman for some 10,000 rout,
and to etk lh vurl to appoint receiver to
take charge of the property.
In tha anuual report of the Great Western
Railway. tin? amount that coiporatiou hail in pay
fn (lemsgre by reason ot Win trrruue Disaster a
tha lVsJaiitines canal a year ago, is stated tu b
CI 1Q.L Thtie are still three or lour unsettle
caeoi. but the direeior do not autiiii'ate the
ihe amount ta U paid will be very lare, tb
Uavy tUliua Uiug sueeoy uuporco li.
The English Compromise, which wss just no
compromise si all, afforded a pretext for weak
kneed loeofocos to desert the standard of Free
dom and crluglngly bow to the Slave Power, and
on Thursday last it passed both houses of Con'
grtM. Tim vote iu the lower houso stood 112
yeas to 103 ns)s. Every lYico'oco from this
Stale voted for tho swindle. The voje in the
Senate was 31 yens ami 22 nnyg. I) iinjlns,
Uroderiek,. and Stuart stoo l firm an 1 combated
the iniquitous schema with great pjwer to the
In lha Home, Cox was hinllod without
gloves by thine democrat who adhered to their
original position and demanded a fair submis
sion of the Lcoinplou Constitution to a vote
of the people. It is stated that he hail a speech
prepared against lha English pretext and read its
outlines to a friend the night previous to the
passiigH of tho bill. His best fiieuds are utterly
confounded at his course, Prior to voting on
tho biil,,thc following conversational discussion
ocrtired, which shall s.-rvc to show the charac
ter ol the bill and tho fculiug of llio House : '
Mr. M.irxliall rono for Ihu lirsl liino since the
subject til Kansas wus introduced, to opnu his
mouth in relation to it. The report was the
original front ol the Kansas-Nebraska bill.
(pirnl a sp'ciael U iresi-ntul to Ihe American
people, when their representatives are engaged
in disuussing a measure, the authors of which
do not and cannot uiuleistaiid its meaning,
whether or not it submits the Lecornpton Con
stitution. One of the managers (Stephens) yes
terday emphatically declared thu principle of
non submission, while another (linglish) main
tained the Constitution wus submitted.
Mr. English -wanted to know on what author
ity Mr. Marshall made that slat men t. He
called on him to n imn thu tima ami p!ace.
Mr. Marshall replied thai it was au inference
drawn Irom his remarks, and atked Mr. English
whether hn understood the report the way that
Mr, Mi'plieiis did, viz: that tho Constitution
was not to bo submitted.
Mr. Englsh snid the bill was drawn in pood
English, (laughter), end he judged the gentle
man was competent to judgalhe imaningof the
words iu thu bill.
Mr. Marshall responded that if that was all
the answer Mr. -English had to give, he was
williugit should goto tho country with the decla
ration that the authors of the report were .di
vided us to its meaning. When Mr. Cx apok
this morning he was reminded of the old hymn,
11 Why should wo mourn ilepnrtod friends,
Or Blank at Dimtli' alarm :
'TU but tlio vuioe of ;imfy Rounds,
To liunr him to Ita uiuu."
Mr. Enwranoe immediately responded
"Whllo tha lamp liohla out to hum,
Tliu vilest sinuor may roiurii."
Mr. isiirsliall Ilia r, may do iiio gentleman a
Dtirinj; thii discussion in both llmsfs, it was
lepaatedty admitied by llio friends of tho Eng
lish bill that it did nol submit lha constitution
to tho people, in fuel. It wus a sheer pretence
amereexciKO for such mm as Cox, Idll, and
their Loiiofooo associates tit ohuuge fronts and
plant thamg'dves with Uuchanau and against
Douglas. Hut limy have planted themselves in
to barren soil, and if their political trunks don't
dh, wevory greatly mistaka lha stintimoiit of llio
people of Ohio. ,
The lust excuse for crinoline, is, that the
" weaker vessels ' ' need much hooping.
Mr. Urey of Princeton, Ky., has manuinit-
lod 25 of his negroes, for the purpose of sending
lllem to Liberia. 1
A westorn editor, Inditnil tig his subscribers
siys he has responsibilities thrown upon him
which ha is obliged lonisaC. '
Sniti'i libelous fiillow says that a woman
heait is the sweetest thing in the world iu fuct
a pertort liofiey-conib full ot aclli.
Hev. T. W. Hojarlh, of the First Presbvte-
rian Church in Henry Stroot, Hrooklyn, has de
cided to uooc.pt o call from Detroit.
In boi-'mn an artesian woll at Louisville, a
d- pll' of 1,700 feet has bejn reuehad, an I a joi
(if salt water now rises fifty feet into the air
above the earth a aurlace.
-Dr. Giddsborongb, of Denton, Indiana, was
stabbed a few days since, ami ilw.l soon alter-
wards. The quarrel oiigmated about the pro
nunciation of a word.
-A man who sold pop-corn in the hall of
tho Chicago po8toiuee, tint agreeing wuli Mr.
I'uehHuan on lha ereat national democratic
questions of the day, has received iietito io quit
SiekmMS is prevailing to an " alarming vx
'ill " iu leckett, Mass. It is said to vesemhlo
tlioBpo'tml lever now raging in Western New
url(, ami prevalent in New I'.nglaiul tome lotly
-The C ilumbus (Ga.) h'lauirtr learns from
llio sexton of that city that there has not been
(I 'iilh wilhnu th'1 cori oration limits since the
Isih ol t'ebriury last. Uolumuus comuina
popuTaiion of near ten thousand.
Col. Fremont, who left New York not long
ago for Cilifornia, intends to make his residence
there. Ha will remain on his place in Hear va1
ler, on his Mariposi estate, until September,
when ho will return to .Now ioiK lo speuu the
-" Mr. President," said a member of a school
committee out West, "1 rise to get up, and am
nol backward lo come forward in the cause ol
education. Had it not been for education. 1
might have been as ignorant as yourself, Mr
--A bicg"r ship than the Leviathan line been
protected in England soma b.UlK) tons larger
and to draw less witr length 1.0'JO feet, be.un
70 f et. 30,000 tons, and flat bottomed. Tli
models, it is said, are attracting the attention
ol scientific men.
Vl.SUVlCS ClIANC.INM ITS SlIAl'K. Oie of l!ie
two cool's of Yen, i vim, so often described end
so Umiliur to all who have scon the volcano or
its representations, has been blown into the air,
and litQ conformation ot the mountain has been
lUitioi. on her latest assessment roll
ahows taxable property amounting to ft Iu7, t77
3;17. We baliev her advance from 8l0d,00d,
0.10 to four tint's that sum has ho.-n more rapid
ihan that of any other Stain. Cook county
(Chiio;o) fots up a? 15 6S J 333.
A ft w days since, a farmer living near Ga
lena, III., carried a loud of p -Haloes to that
ple The highest offer ho could gat was ten
c uts a I nshel, ami rather ihjts s ll them at that
rate, he tipped tham inte F. er River. The re
nil was thutha obtru.led navigation, and we
lined t?l I.
A g- ntleman who hel l ?10,000 in trust for
an orphan girl, placed it in tha hands of a house
in 11 sum, who failed without assets. Ruined
himself, he was unable to pay Iter loss. The
ih'HijJ'tt sicki no I him, he bVcauid iusuni, was
taken lo the ayluui at Chelsea, and died t'ler
Md l)oa. -About 13 o'clock yesterday, a
mad dog rut-hed through an open window in'o
the rel h nee of M. rk 15. C'.anry, Esq , rornt-r ol
Edina Place einl Van Uurrn atreet. Mr. C,
ftring the animal cumin,, gave Ihe alarm, and
te v toriiinstvly succet ils iu getting the mem
hers f the f x nil v into place of safety, and iu
shulting the dug lnlt the parlor, where ho finally
killed dims. If after riinnin? ar mud the room
many times, having jumjied with much violancr
a-lii-t the d ms, ttoe, ccc. Much dannge
vs done to the furuit'iie, paM-r, and other ur;i
lies iu t-ia loom.- Ci.ctitjo Ihi.
PERRYSBURG, April 20th, 1858.
Editor Jot'MSXt.: Sir- I.t tin lt number of your
paper yau alltuls to cortiln exprasnions which you
art Informed that I mail be Cora a elans of applicants
at a recent School Kxaminntion, In Donling Uraen.
You have ansiirailly bean nilsliirorintd relative to what
I said upon t'mt ocrnalon; and, as yon expreM a will
IngneM to make such cutro -Ilium ns are consistent with
the truth, I nill Rite yon lha pier! erords addressed
by me to tha claM, so fir as they ralate to tbs suhjnet
you ini-nlio-i. They wora aa follows:
"Those of yon who Imva read thn arlleln on'fli.
tliKruphy,' jiuhlhheH in the Xmrit il of .1 miliary 7 lit.
lint, rnmmt have r'nllcl to peroclva that tliUwomUrful
tenilurnesa rnnerriiing your repiitntlon aa teachers, on
Ilia part nf Mr. Iliiiiin, or llollentmck, or whoever
wrili-s lliiitn pfl'isioiiK, (from the style I take thntii tu
lie Ilia production of Mr. Ilollonhe.-k.) Is of vary re
rent date, ami tno.r properly he called a wonderfully
violent and sudden attack. You will obnerva that not
long sines they held up a lady of our cln nsa laiih
Intf slock for the county, on account of aa aliened
blunder In her exereUe. As to the truth or falily ol
the anecdote related by the lOditnr of tha Journal or
his associates, I know nothing, and, if possible, care
lots, (hit thing, however, strikes ma as belns; very
plnln. That is, it, wna nono of Mr. lllg(J"' binincrs.
lie bad no ufllcinl connection tvllb tho Hoard whatovcr.
Had I been utvnre that ho, or any other person, was
sncskliiK around our chits room, with a view to spy
out errors And to hold tip te members ol our class to
piihllo ridicule, I should have taken measures, at once,
likely to result In a prompt and effectual remedy ot
Those being, Mr. Editor, the only remarks made by
mo on that liranoli of the subject, I hops you will cor
rect your erroneous version of thorn, by giving the
truo one. As my words upon that occasion vary faith
fully mirrored my sentiments, I very much prefer them
In their original form.
HENRY H. DODGE.
Rxm.ihks. We have no desire to multiply
words upon tho subject to which the abovo let
ter refers. We stated kit week just whnt the
facts aro, and just our opinion of the person who
will prostitute the office of school Examiner to
such buse uses. Mr. Djdjro has no more reason
to suppose that Mr. llollcnbeck wrote the para
graph on Orthography, than ho has to suppose
that it was written by any other person. Why
he should ba constantly barking at the tv els ot
Mr. H dlcnbjck, who doubting cares nothing
for it, is mora than wo know or care. As a
citizen of the county, however, wo shall a; all
Im -s enter our protest against School Examiners
collecting the Teachers together for tho purpose
of telling that they think such a person has been
guillyofsuc.li andsuoh a thing. There is too
much of the bluckguur I scent about that to be
MSociuted with educulion.
Suppose Mr. Dodgo's assumption that th illus
tration which we presented to show that too
little attention is given to orthography, was
squally as injurious to the reputation of the
ooi. nty as his letter, is truo; does two wrongs
ni k) a right? Here is what we said iu the
Journal of January 7th :
OiiTitoon AruY. That orthnijraiiliy receives too lit
tle attention by ni iny school teachers, is a fact too ap
parent to admit of a doubt. Indued, many teachera
are poor spellers. Wo wore led to mako this remark
by huvlnjj seen, recently, a letter from the teacher of a
suleot school, I lie ortliogruphy ot winch should ills
lrruca tlio pupil of a prim irv school. Not only this
but a vounii lady presented horolf to our Board of
School Kxaiiiinersfura certilicate to tench school, who,
in reply ton question relative to the government of
schools, wroto that she would "allow no tails in
school." Tha Hoard regarded this nnswer as a direct
thru-it lit thomselvos, and therefore refuted n eurtili-
catn I Pei hnps she only wished to be a little sarcastic
al the expense of ne of the Hoard, whose reputation
la Biion as lujuKiuy mo rusti ictiuil
If tho reputation of Wood county school
teachers rests upon lite orthographic abilities of
that young lady, it has at least a flimsy founda
tion. There is our sin, which is so grievous in
tha sight of Mr. Djdgo.
Now let ui boo what ha says, and then com
para the two. Hero is his language:
A lanrn portion of our Applicants, as you will ob
serve, are in inu unmoor ot tiioio who pist Rowm-nd'-ili,
and a tiL'lit Hiiuuexu at that. This appears trom the
fact that so ninny in tho list have received certificates
lor snort tornn, few can ooncolvo th" stitillino unit
ndinii'ubla depths of tgnoranco cxhursod in the course
of a year's experience in the Hlaek Hivitmp by a school
It bus been tho aim of the Board constantly to raite
the standard of iiualirlcation, by rendering each extimi
nation a little more slriiiifenttli.nl the prucediinr. It
is doubtful, however, whuthvr public opinion will ill)
hold any Hoard in this course, at le tst hero. People
seem to consider it ns sure to result In increased rates
of compensation, and tlisliko to huro their old Jlo u
inoiitii teaciiors thrown aside.
Hi may think thara is no iliffbrcnca between
the auiicdoto used by us to illustrate a want of
ottctition to orthography, and Ins sweeping
charges against the teachers and the people ol
the county, but it will b a difficult j ib U ex
plain the similarity to other minds. As stated
last w ek, tho anecdote was related to us by one
of the Uounl. Wo can't guy what sueakiii"
work Mr. Hollentaek has done about the exami
tiers rooms, but we consider tho charge, so far o-
we are concerned, better suited to a doggery
bar than a School Examiners' room. It will
take but few such disgraceful performances to
bring' tho Ditard of School Examiners into dis
repute, and we are inclined to believo that the
Teachers of tho County and the friends of Edu
cation, should take proper uuasures to correct
Grasshoppers. Our country is alive with
grusshopper. They are ull sires, from t n eighth
to three fourths of an inch Ion?, and as plenty
ba at any time last year; and yot one-tenth of
the e2;s which will hatch have not hatched.
Our farmers say it is no use to sow or plant, a?
the grasshoppers will cat everything up. We
would say to them that they would do well to
sow every inch of land possible sow as much
ss yon think you will need for yourselves, and
then sow and plant hs much nuio for the grass
hoppers. Ui liberal with lhm, and perhaps
they will leuvo something for you. Ueeollet t
if yon don't sv you cau't reap. Council
Capital Pi'sistiMRNT. Cipital punis'iinf-nt is
noi tnlltcl-td in Wisconsin, an I a movent ml to
r-instate il has called forth in the Milwaukee
Wisconsin an article arguing in favor of tin
pr f.nl and inil.lt r, modo of pnnishiiv nt by im
prisonment. The writer insisists that tli crim"
of niuri'-cr has not increased since theaholitioi
of the gallows, and ctullenj-'S the proof to tin
The State Tioasury of Wisconsin msaes
pu'ilie announcement that the Treasury isemp
iy, with 30.000 to he paid. K it this is not to
he wondered st, as the Stale is in a fair way to
b'l gislated to death. No les than 1 101 bills have
been introduced during the past session of the
L -Mature, and still they emtio singlv, in doub
lets en. I triplets! Ihe Mate is in a bail way.
F1MIT A It II I VAI, OF TIIUSUASOX
HA this day returned from New York City and
Uostou, and ta now receiving his mammoth stock
or prlllg. Miuuusr (joodt, whica vera purchased lui
rasli ud will be sulj ut reduced prices. Further par
ticulars raxt week. A or 1 1 I, ISoS 4i.
lOR UKrlhe house and lot oceupisJ by the
X' sulMcrilier. Possession giveu lUlii stay
April 29, 1858.
DOl'Tttlt J. HOW Kl.latt.
II O M (E O I' A T 11 1 O PHYSICIAN
BOWLING QPIEEN, OHIO. .
Septcraher l. tsi llu ......
ixoiin roii sale.
yy HOLK ALE or retail, by
April 29, 1.1,
Bushels of Com.
U. II. KKttl'S,
IS now receiving a fine assortment
which lie can atford to sell at very low rates,
ami see for yourselves.
April til, lUfiN.
FOB Til SAI.K or
Letter, Cap, Note, Printing, and Wrapping
D. AXlHNO. tV CO.,
No. 5 Oardener't Building, Toledo,
DKSIIIK to announce that they have been appoint
ed by the following Milts, as Western Agents for
sle of their pnpnrs:
Creenleuf et Taylor Manufacturing Co.,
Sl-KiMii iKi ii, Mass.;
Mxssassoil Millt and Wutchang Mills,
von th a SAI.K or
Letter, Cap and Noto paper.
Congress Latter and Cap.
Congress note and Legid note,
Ladies letter, Coinmnrciid note.
Ladies note, Batli Post t Billet Bote.
Lokt Erie Paper Mill Co., Chagrin Falls, O.
For the sale of Printing Paper of all sizes.
Friend t' Tuugeman's l'aper Mills, Locklard,
ICor tha snlo of Wrapping Paper of alt sizes.
Thnir arrangements with these Mills are such that
the West vnn now enjoy tha same advantages as if a
PAPER MILL of the nusr oiiokh was In operation Iu
Toledo, supplying nil tho varieties of paper, Writing
Printing and Wrapping, at Mill Prices. Please give
us a call. Address I). ANDEll.SOX k CO ,
P. S. Tho nbove pnpers nill always be on lmnd in
quantities. We have just received a shipnieut of 1,500
April 22. 1H.-.S 50tf
Petition Tor Divorce.
Sarah Jackson vs. Thomas Jackson,
' IM1E said defendant, Thomas Jackson, Is hereby no
1 titled thm the pluintill, Sarah Juckson, filed hev
petition in the office of the Clerk of the court of Com
mon Pleas, within and for the county of Wood and
statu ot Ohio, churglug the said Thomas Jnokson with
extreme enmity to the pcntloncr, and with habitual
drunkeness; and unking that she may be divorced
from the said Thomas Jackson, which petition will be
for hsarins at the next term of said court.
F. a I). IC. IIoi.tRNiiECR, Attys. for Ptu'r.
A pril 1, 1S.-.H 47wr,S2 75
Win. R. Peck vs. James Potter.
Before J. V. Jmith, J. P. of Plain Tvp Wood Co., O.
OM tho 2ihh day of March, A. I). -lHflH, said Justice
issued an order of attachment in the abovo action,
lor tho sum of live dollars, and six dollars probable
costs. WM. H. PECK.
April 1. Irt.'iS 47wf, M
Court of Common I'lcas, Wood County, Ohio.
Muthew And rami ra. A. 11. rimitli.
fpHE said A. B. Smith will take notice that a pcti
.L tion has been filed ugainst him by Matthew Ander
son In the Clerk's office of the court of Common Pleas
of Wood county, Ohio, asking a judgment against him
for $'iVi 64, being thu amount due on A judgment
ig:iidat said defeudaut from thu district court ol Al
legheny county, Pciintr lvimia, ri.ndrred in said court
Nov. 2, lH.r)7, which rem lius uiisati-dioil, with interest
on said ?;l'l.l 64 since Nov. 2. tS.17, and that an order
of attachment has been issued In said action, end Un
less said defcnilantunswcr by tho 1st day of Juno, 1858,
Judgment will ba rendered against him bv dufutilt,
J. F. PRICE, Pllt's Atty.
April I, ia.)S 17wi',Jl3 03
Jihei Ill 's tSnle.
James Murray vs. John Hill et. ni.
T)Y virtue of nn execution to me directed and doliv-
JJiireil, in the abovo entitled case, from the court of
Common Picas of Wood county, Ohio, 1 will offer for
salo ut tlio uuor ot the court house, in rerrysuiirg, on
. Satiirduy, May 8, 1858.
between tho hours of li o'clock M. and 2 o'clock r. M.
of said day, the following real estate : Ruing the south
east iiimrter of tho south-west quarter of section num
ber twenty-seven (27.) of township number five (5.) of
range numher uiuu (D)in Wood county, Ohio, contain
ing il' acres more or less.
C. W. NORTON, Sheriff.
Jauks Mi'nn.w, Ally.
April 1, 185-t ITwii2 0.1 '
Sliei ill's Hole.
Win. II. Ewinar vs. Jonathan Salsbury.
BV virtue of an order of sale Rmed to mo in the
above case, from the court of Common PI ins, I
will otl'er for sa'c at public auction, at tho door of the
Court House, in Perrysburg, on Monday, the 10th day
of May, A. I). 185S, between tho hours of cloven and
twelve o'clock a. ii., the following lands and tene
inents, to wit : The north-west quarter of section 17
in township four north, of range teu east, in Wood
county, Oiiio, containing ISO acres more or less.
Asiikh Cook. Atty. C. W. NORTON, Sheriff
Aprils. 1858 4Mv.r.$2
SJALDOr VALUAuIsU REAL
rpUF, undersigned acting exocutors of tho estate of
X David I, add, Uoceased, will otter lor sale, at public
uuctiou, at the door of the Court House, in Perrysburg,
on Saturday, May 8, 13j8. commencing at the hour of
10 o'clock A. u. ot the said day, thu tallowing vulua
im rEtitivsnuua township.
Tho oast quarter of thu north-east quarter of sec
Hon 2. containing 80 acres.
Tho north-east qttarier of tho south-east quarter of
section 2. coiituiiiinfr 40 acres,
Tho east three-quarters ot south east quarter of
Boutu-east quarter el same seouou, containing ,iu acres.
Tha east Hall or uortti-east quarter ot section uuuv
bcr eighteen, containing 80 seres.
The uortn-west quarter or noun east quarter oi sec
tion number ctgntuen, containing 4u acres.
IH I.AKK TOWN-JIIII-.
Tho east half of aouth-east quarter of section num
ber mur, uoutaining 8(1 acres.
in thu town of rennrsni'itti.
Ont-lot No. 185 containing 4,02 acres.
138 und. hf. " 2,01 acres.
" l'JO . 6,08 acres.
' lsj south lif. .. " a,01 acres.
" . . " li:i " 4,78 acres.
Also, the north half of out-lot number 102, contain
ing 2 acres, with tha dwelling house and other valua
ble improvements tiierson.
Also, the followiug iu lots in the town of Perrya
burg.whicU will be sold aiugly or in blocks to suit pur-
72D. 730. 735,
202, No. 1 207
442, 538, 643
037, UliO, 001
I t-iiui of Sai.k. The lands will be sold for one-
third canh, ono tiiird in one year, and one-third in two
jesrs. Tho deterred payments to bo secured hy a trust
mortgage on tne premises, aim lo-.ucar interest rroiu
Tho in-lots will ba sold for one-half cash, the other
half i:i o.ie year, with interest, and to be secured by a
trust uiort'iairo on ttie premises
Anv further luloi ma'.ioii as to terms or title, will hs
furaished on app.icatiou to Jamks AIi'uuak, l-.sq., our
Attoruey, or to either ot ttio umier-tguctl.
KRl-idL'S D. PECK,
Acting Rvecutors of Davie' I.add, deceased.
April 1. 1S.V4 ITwUJltl 03
.., suTuirl 'nle.
George W. Youiiii vs. James J. Parks, et. ai.
1 1 V virtue of an execution to me directed and de
1 llvercd from the court of Common Pleas of Wood
county, Ohio, in tha ubjve entitled case, I will oiler for
sale at the door ot tho court house, in Perrysburg,
Saturday, Xlay , 1858,
between the hours of 12 a'clock u. and 2 o'clock P.
of said day, lu-lot uuiuoer three hundred and thirty
live 1335,) in the town of Perrysburg. Wood county
Utilo. i'. . auuiua, aueriu.
Mi'KAT a DoooE, Attys.
Ayril 1, 1853 47wOi2 68
Mheiiil s Sale.
The llslmont County branch of the State Rank of Ohio,
vs. Johu l-.ilswoi'th, et. al,
1)Y vii-tue of an execution to me directed and deliv
JDorcd from th court of Coinmuii Pleas of Wood
couuty, Ohio, in tha above entitled ease, 1 will otfur for
sale at the door ol' the court bouse in Psrysburg.OD
satur jay, stay a, is ih,
between the hours of 12 o clock m. and 1 o'clock r
of saiil day. the iioi th east quarter and the north hall
of the south east quarter of Motion number eiirbtee
118.) of township uuniuer tuur i4 north, of rang num
twr ttu 11' 1 east, in w xa whiiiiv, lima, ooiiinuiu
240 acres mare or less. . O. W. NORTON, bbsritt'.
jAuviMmait. Attv of $te Bank. -Apnl
I, ls.Vs--4jwliil )J . .
Attachment before Joshua (,'liappsl, J. P.
Erasmus I). Peck, Horatio A. Hamilton, vs. Daniel
DAHIFL F. MIX Is notified that suit has been
commenced against him by Peck k Hamilton be
fore Joshua Chappel, J. P. of Perrysburg Town
ship, Wood County, Ohio, to recover $1S 75 with In
terest since January S, 18i7, and that an order of at
tachment has been Issued ai d returned. The said cause
will he for trial at the office of said Justice of tha Peace,
on the 12th day of May, A. D. IH.'iH, at 10 o'clock . tt.
at which time and place Puinel F. His is notified to
appear and make Hnfcnso if any there be.
JAM Ks Mt'RltAT, Attv.cf Plff'a.
April 1, 1S.1H 47wr.f2 03
JessnS. Norton, James Murray, Partnrrs by name of
Perrysburg Bank, vs. Joseph P. Corey et. al.
BY virtue of an alias venrti writ of execution to ma
directed and dcllrcrcd from the court of Common
Pleas of Wood eounty, Ohio, In the ahoye entitled
cause, I will offer for sale, at the door of the court
house, In Psrryshnrg. on
Saturday, May 8, 1S58,
between the hours of 12 o'clock M. and 3 o'clock l. m:
of said day, the south half of the north-west quarter
of section number two (a,) of township number four
(4.) of range number ton (1(1.) In Wood county, Ohio,
containing 80 acres more or less.
C. W. NORTOX, Sheriff.
JAsres MirnaAT, Atty. of Plff.
April 1. 1W5S 47w(ij 10
Hherlll 's Sne,
Charles Leavitt vs. John McMIIlen.
BT virtue of an alias vendl writ of execution to me
directed and delivered from the court of Common
Pleas of Wood county, Ohio, in the above entitled
cause, I will offer for sals at tha door of the court
house in Perrysburg, on
Saturday. May ft, 1838,
between the hours of 12 o'clock St. and 2 o'clock p. si.
of said day, the north-west quatter of section number
twenty-seven izf.i.ir township numher five I,) of range
number eleven (li.) in Wood county, Ohio.oontaliiing
idu acres oi iana nioro or less.
C. W. NORTON, Sheriff.
Jaurs Murray, Atty. of Plrf.
April 1, lHfl8 I7wti2 75
Jessup W. Scott vs. H. T. Buckley et. ai.
tn virtue of an execution to me dirnctnil nrl riaiu.
Jjered in the above entitled case, from tha court of
Common I'll as of Wood county. Ohio. 1 will nftnr for
sale attht door of the court house in Perrysburg, on
Saturday, May 8, 1858,
between the hours of 12 o'clock M, and 2 o'clock p. M.
of said day, the following reul estate : The equal un
divided sixth part of all that part, of river tract num
ber sixty-nine (0t) which lius in township number
three (3.) in the United States Reserve at the Maumee
I, t .1 - ! I ... i . j . ,.
iumiim:,, 111 , uuu comity, wuio, una wesi or a line run
under the direction of the Surveyor General in the
year 1837, and recorded as the line between river tracts
mimuere'l as sixty-eight and sixty-nine (G8 6!),) ex
cept about two acres sold to Jcnison by the Cranes,
and out-lot of Perrysburg in the new survey numbered
two hundred and ninety (21)0,) exeept, also, lots In
r-,isi rerrysuiirg nuinner i, 4, o, , , Vi, 13, and 17, in
block number a ; lot number 22 In block number 4;
and lots sold to It. Darling number 10 14, in block
number 1 ; and lote number 2, 3, 11, a 14 in block num
ber ten (10.) except, also, a water lot laying opposite
lot number 17, in block number 3. 411 feet t Inches wide.
on water street and extending to navigable wuter, sup
posed to contain in said but-lot, excepting the portion
aforesaid, 48 acres, all in Wood county, Ohio.
C. W. NORTON, Sheriff.
Jamks Murray, Attv. of Tiff.
April 1. lHIH. 47wlijl'5 65
Frederick II. Miller, Henry K. Pack, partners, vs. Jo-
BY virtue of an alias vendi writ of execution, to
me directed and delivered from the court of Com
mon pleasof Wood county, Ohio, in the abovo entitled
case, I will offer for sale at the uoorof the court bouse,
in rerrysourg, on
Sutu.tday, May 8, 1858,
botween the hours ol li o'clock M. and 2 o'olock p.m.
of said day, lha north-east quarter of the south-east
quarter ol scv-tion number eigiit (,) township num.-
out rour (,) range nuinuer ten (10.) 41 acres; also,
fiO acres from the south part of section number twenty-nine
(2U,) townsliip number five (5.) of range num
ber eleven (11 ;) also, the cast half of the north-west
quarter of section number twelve (12.) of township
number fuur (4,) of range number ten (10.) all situate
iu Wood county, Ohio. C. W. NORTON, Sheriff.
JAMES .MUIIUAV, Atty.
April 1, 185847 w(ijj3 07
Julias Blinii vs. Cynthia A. Anderson et. al.
BY virtue of an execution to me directed and deliver
ed from the court of Common Pleasof Wood coun
ty. Ohio, in this case, I will otl'er for sale, at the uoorof
the court house, in Perrysburg, on
Bnturclay, May o, 135.1,
botween tho hours of 12 o'clock M. and 2 o'clock p. M.
of said day, all the interest of Cynthia A. Anderson
and her husband in and lo in-lots number one hundred
uml sixty-eight and one li nod red and sixly-nino (108
10'.') in ttie towu ol f errysDurg, Wood county, Ohio,
with all the uppurletianees thereof and improvements
thereon. C. W. NORTON, Sheriff.
Jamks Mi'khat, Atty.
April 1, 185s 47wO$2 93
Sheiiit 's Sale.
Adnir Si Anderson vs. 6. 1). Wiickinnn, A. W. Porkins.
BY virtue of an execution and order of sale of at
tached property to me directed and delivered, in
(ho ahvoe entitled case, from the court of Common
Picas of Wood county, Ohio. I will oiler for sale at the
door of tho court house, iu Perrysburg, on
Saturday, .May 8, 1808,
between tho hours of 12 o'clock M. mid 2 o'clock p. M.
of said day, tlio north cast quarter of section number
thirteen (13,) of township number seven (7,) of range
number tweivo (12,) in Wod county, Ohio, containing
one hundred and sixty ucrts of land mora or less.
;j. w. auitioji, sncritt.
Mrnniv & Dodoe, Avg,
April 1, 1868 47WOS2U3
John B. Burns vs. Claries R. Mathias, et al.
IY virtue of a writ of a:ecution to me directed and
J.lulivei-cd from the couitof Common Pleasof Wood
county, Ohio, in the abovi entitled case, I will offer
for sale ut thu door of the court house, in Perrysburg,
Bnturday.Muy 8, 1858,
between the hours of o'clock M.and 2 o'clock p. M.
of said day, tho north-wait quarter of the north-west
quarter ot section numlxr twenty nine (2'J,) of town
ship number rive (5) norti, of range number twelve (12)
eust, less one acre und a talf laying north of the ditch
and being all of said laol north of the ditch with three
(3) feet south of the suae, all situate in Wood county,
Oiiio i w. wihu.n, sneritt.
Murbay & Dodor, Attys. of Plff.
April 1. 1858 47wtl3 10
8hei ill 's Hnlu.
Thomas II. llmgh vs. Jesse Huff at.
BY" virtue ot an exsoulion to uie directed and deliver
ed from the court at' Common Pleasof Wood coun
ty, Ohio, in the about entitled ease, 1 will otter for
sale, at the door or tlic court nouse, in rerrysourg, on
Saturday, may 8, teas,
between the hours of 12 o'clock u. and 2 o'cl ick p. M.
of said day, thu wasl aalf of the north-west fractional
quarter ot section unmoor thirty (30,1 ot townlnp
uumber six (0) north, of range number teu (lo) east,
in Wood oountv, Ohla. C. W. NORTON ,Sln rltt.
Mi'KRAV & Uomii!. Attys. or Pitt
April 1, 1858 47sr0$2 68 '
Jamas Powers, Adu r. of James V. iiurns, Dec'd.,vi
Hornet Uuriis, et, al.
Y virtue of an order of sale to me directed and de
livered from tlx court of Common Pleas of Wood
county Ohio, in tlN above entitled cause, 1 willorrer
for sale at the door of the court bouse, in Perrysburg,
Saturday, May 8,1853,
hctweon the hoursof 12 o'clock u. and 2 o'clock r. M
of said dav, the following lands: lleirinniiur at the
south east corner of section number nineteen (IU.) of
town-lnp number bve (5) north, or range uumoer
twelve 1 12) east, running thence 4 south ou the section
line ii 4i-10O chums to k post, thence north 2 wes1
24 ll-UK) clmiinto a post, sugar 22 in., west 151L
son tli 211 links, back 8 di.,.soutn 24) east 11, thence
east 18- north 0 83-100 cli.oiis to seociou line, tneuoe
south 2' east 24 11 3-1 Oil oliuins to pluce of beirtuninir,
contuiuing 14 4U 100 acres more or lass; also, the west
part or tno west tialt laviug west ot tne McCutcnen
vine Koaii.iess nve ana a nan acres on me -north end
pf the south westquarter of section number twenty (20
ol tortusiup uuiiibsr hve (5) norm, or range number
twelve (12.) containing io acres more or loss, all in
otul couutv, Ohio, tne same to be sold subiect to the
dower estate ol tlarnel uums therein.
JAMES POWERS, Adm'r
Muorat A Pooor, Attvs. of Plff.
April 1, 185S 47wjf 88
Nbe i ill a Hale.
Jaiuss Murray, Uoury 11. Dodge, Partners, vs. Thomas
Y virtu of an execution to me directed and deliv
ered from the court of Common Pleas of Wood
couuty. Ohio, in the above entitled case, ss also in tha
casa of Uaker against tha same dafeudant, I will offer
lor sale at the door ot the cuart housa, in Perrysburg
Saturday. May 8. 1653.
between the hours of 13 o'clock u. and 1 o'clock P. M
of said day, the north west quarter of tb south west
quarter or s.euon number thirty-thre (33.) or town
ship number eight (3) north, of rauge number twelve
(12) east; also, sit that part of th uorth-west quarter
ot the same section, laying south of tha south line
tn Cleveland auu loljo lUilroad, as now located, all
in Mood oountv, Ohio. .
C. W, NORTON, SUf IS,
Mt'saiv .V Vodas. Attys.
April l.UflS" 47wfl to
IT IS NOT A DYE.
MRS. S. A. AMiEiV'S
HAIR 1) RE S SI N Gr .
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The restorer, used with the Zylobalsamum or drts
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RESTORES GRAY HAW TO ITS NATURAL
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RK . MRS. E. C. ANDRU8, for many . Mi.w
arj to Haytl, now of Martintbnrg, JV. Y., tha
climate having serioosly affected her hair aoF
calp,.aya: I hav. derived much b.ne6tfronK
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Mrs. A.S. Allen'.."
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has ' Afr. S. A. Allen " signed in Red Ink to outaido
wrappers, and in Black Ink to directions pasted en
bottle. Restorer bottle, arc of dork purple glass,witk
the words," Mrs. S.A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer Jt
355 Broome street, New York, blown on thejpa. Th
Balsam bottle, arc of green glass, with "Mrs. 8, A
Allen's World'. Hair Balsam." 155 Broome .tueet. Hear
York, blown on them. Circulars around bottleseopy
righted. 'None other i. genuine. Signing the name
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I NO. 355 BROOME STREET, HEW YORK,
Tab. 4, 1889 9wlS.