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A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News,
VOL. VIII. '
PEREYSBURG, O., THURSDAY, AJPRIHi 25. 1SG1.
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SHERIFF'S SALES, &C.
SHERIFF'S 8AI.RV .
Robert W. Freeman t Sylvanus Jefferson and 8.
By virtue of an execution to me directed and de
livered from the Court of Common l'leas of Worn!
eountv, Ohio, ia the above entitled cause, I ahall
offer Tor sate at public auction ,at tha door of th
Court House, in Porrvsburg, In said count r, on
Saturdav, May llth, 18ol,
between th hours of 12 ni. and 2 o'clock p. m., the
following; described lands and tenement, to-wit:
the north half of th'e south half of the north-east
quarter and the north half of the north-east quarter
ot section thirty -six, township five uortli of range
nine east, in Vood county, Ohio,
Asnsn Cook, attv. O. K. OUTER, sheriff.
, April 10th, 1801-49w5$3 81.
S TIE RIFF'S SATX. TUSCARAWAS COM
MUX rXKAS. '
Ludwig Kneedlur A Co. v John V. Morrow ct al.
Br virtue of a vcmU n issued from said
Court I shall at lha door the Court Urw ia tha
town of Perrystmrg, in tho county of Wood and
state of Ohio, nn
Saturday, May 4th, 1861, .
between the honrs of 1 m. and 1 o'clock p. m., of
said day offer for sale at public auction the follow
ing described land aad tenements, to-wit: the south
half of th South-west quarter of section number
eighteen, township four, range nine; containing i'tv
enty-eight and 48-100 acres of land more or less,
situate in of Wood conntv, Ohio.
O. E. OUTER, sheriff.
MmKAT, St.Rvis Spafkorp, atty's.
April 3d, 1801 48wi$i 31.
O HERIFF'S ' SALE. 1
Asher Cook vs Andrew Morehouse.
By virtue of an execution to me directed and de
livered from the Court of Common Pleas of Wood
connty, Ohio, in the abovo entitled cause I shall of
fer for sale at public auction at the door of the
Court House in Fcrrvsbnrg, in said conntv, oo
Saturday, May llth. 1SCI,
between the hours of 12 m. and 2 o'clock, p. m.,
of the following described lands and tenements, to
wit: the north-west quarter of the north-east qr of
section ten.iu township four north of range nine east,
' in Wood county, Ohio; containing forty acres more
or less. O. E. OUVER, sheriff.
April 10th, 1881 49w5$J.
C HERIFF'S 8 ALE.
Joseph Shook vs Cvrcnus Gnodell,et al.
By virtue of an order of" sale issued in the above
ease by the Clerk of the Court of Common l'leas of
Wood eountv, Oliir., and to me directed and deliv
ered, I wilt offer for sale at public vendue at the
door of the Court Ilouse, in th town of I'errysburg,
Wood couutv, Ohio, ou
Saturdav, May llth, lHCt,
between the hours of 10 a, m. and 2 p. m.,of said
day the following described lands and tencments,to
wit: the east half of tho north-east qua-tcr of sec
tion 28, township 6, range 12, in Wood coutitv.Ohio.
O. K. OUVER, sheriff.
Donor: Tvi.f.k, attv's.
April 10th, 1861 -4w5$3 14.
Amedie Rappe vs Norman C. Baldwin et al.
, By virtue of an order of sale issued in the above
ease by the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of
Cuyahoga eountv, Ohio, aud to me directed aud de
livered, I will offer for sale nt public vendue at the
dnorof the Court House iu the town of Perrysburg,
Wood eountv, Ohio, on
Saturday the 1 1th day of May, 1861,
between the hours of JO a. m.'and 2 p. m of said day,
the following described londs and tenements, to-wit :
that portion of river tract number 80, south of the
Dayton and Michigan railroad, containing 70-100 of
anacre. Also that portion of river tract number 81,
south of said road,coiitaining 25 acres. Also the undi
vided one-half of rirer tract 82, containing 94 ncres.
Also out-lots of the town of l'crrysbug,Vood county,
Ohio, numbers 103 and 187 snlso in-lots of l'errvs
burg, numbers 2t, 70:i, 704, 7 1:1,714.-739, 710, 749,
750, 703, 764, all in Wood eountv, Ohio.
II. II. loiKji:.att'v. (J. E.(StYER, sheriff.
. April 17th, 1SGI 50w4$3 70.
gHERIEF'S SALE. .
Christian Fletcher vs James E. Slater.
By virtue of a certain writ of execution issued in
the shove cause by the Clerk of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Wood couuty, Ohio,and to me directed
and delivered, I will offer for sale at public vendue
at the door of the Court Ilouse in the town of Per
rysburg, Wood eountv, Ohio, on
Saturday, May 4th, 1881,
between the hours of 10 a. m and 2 o'clock p. ra.,
of said day the following described lands and tene
ments to-wit: the soutb-westqiiarter of section num
ber thirty-three,township number three, range num
ber eleven east, containing 160 acres more of less
all in Wood eountv, Ohio. Appraised at $.1,000.
O. E.OUYf.R, Sheriff.
April 3d, 1881 48wS$3 31.
1)ETITIOX FOR DIVORCE. WOOD COM
Mary A. Harrison vs JohnS. Harrison.
John S." Harrison whose present place of resilience
is unknown totke plaintiff will take notice that Mary
A. Harrison of Wood county, Ohio.did on thi2d day
of April, IHA1, file her petition in the Court of Com
mon Pleas within and for the eountv of Wood mid
state of Ohio, against the said John . Harrison, set
ting forth that the plaintiff on or about the 18th day
of April, 1857, was married to said defendant: that
said defendant since that time has been guilty of
gross neglect of dutv towards plaintiff, willful' ab
sence and nbusn and that said cause will be for
hearing at the May term of court which sets on tho
llltldavnf Mar. CooK, 1KIC8 Joll.VBON.
April 3d, 1801 48w63 65.
Charles W. Wells vs Thomas M. Carey.
By virtue of an order of sale issued in the' abovo
rase by the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of
Wood county and to nie directed and delivered I
will offer for sale at public vendue at the door of the
Court House in the town of l'crrysbiirgWood county,
Saturday, May 4th, 1861,
between the hours of 12 m. and 1 o'clock p. m. of
said day the following discribed lands and tene
ments', to-wit: west half of the north-east quarter of
section twenlT-nine,of township three not th of rang
pine east, in Wood county, Ohio.
(i. E. OUIER, sheriff.
Mt'BBir, Si.rvix FrArroan, attv's.
April 3d, 1861 48w51 31.
T. M. fc W. L. Heller vs James E. Slater.
By virtue of a certain writ of execution issued in
this cause by the Clerk of the Cou.-t of Common
l'leas of Wood county, Ohio, and to me directed and
delivered, I will offer for sale at public vendue at
the door of the Court House in the town of Perrys
burg, Wood county, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 4tl day of May, 1861,
between the hours of 10 a. m., and 2' o'clock p. m.,
of said day the following described lands ana ten
ements to-wit: the south-west quarter of section
number thirty-three, toweship number three, range
number eleven east, containing 10 aorvs more or
less all in Wood county, O. Appraised at a,0o0.
G. K. UL' YEH, Sheriff.
April 3d, 1861 4fcvi$3 31.
On the 27th day of April, 1S61, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
on tho premises herein after described will be sold
to the, highest bidder the following real estate as tiie
property of Jacob Uaaga, to-wiu lot number 15, in
section number 16 in township 3, north of rnugo 11
east, in Wood county, Ohio; containing 40 acres.
Terms of sale one-third cash and the balance in two
equal annual payments with interest secured by
mortgage. JACOB KRASKFAT11ER,
Guardian of Jacos llaaui.
Coot, Psion k Johnson att'ys.
April 17th, 1861 i0w2$l el,
I) E T E 11 BELL,
Attohnbv at Law,asoNoTiT Ptblic
Will attend prcoiptlv to all buinca intrusted to his
ears, Odict iuth Court Ilouse with Cook. Price 4
Johnson. 'ov.29, 1660 Jy.
NOTICE. -COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Of
WOOD COUNTY, OHIO.
' Sumner R. Stone vs Benjamin T. Bobbin. ' I
mi j I : : rp n lli . .1 : k' -t
inriliu iwiiinumi 1, nunuillB, ot inn nir i urnw.i
In the State of New Jersey ,is herebv notified that the said
Sumner R. Stone, of the cite of Bmoklvn in the State or
New York, did on the 19th day of March, 1861, file his
petition In the Court of Common Ilea within and for
the county of Wood, In the State of Ohio, against th
said Benjamin T. Bobbins, defendant, setting forth that
the said Benjamin T. Bobbins jrnvo mortgage to th
said Humner R. Stono on tho followinff described tract
of land situate in said county of Wood, to-wit! the east
part of the South-west quarter of section number nine
teen, in township number four, range number eleven
east, containing eighty acres, moreor lessi and also the
east half of the south-west quarter of the north-west
quarter of section number eight, township number three,
range number eleven east, containing twenty acres, more
or less, to secure the payment of live hundred dollars with
the interest that migiit'aecme thereon, according to a
bond referred to in said mortgage, and praying that aaid
Benjamin T. Bobbins may pay said sum now claimed to
bo duo, to-wit: the u m of five hundred and thirty dol
lars and fortv-flve cents, with Interest thereon at neven
per cent from the 20th day of December, 18C0, or that in
default thereof that said "premises may bo sold to pay
the same, and the said Benjamin T. Kobhins Is notified
that he is required to appear and answer said petition on
or before the third Saturdav after the 85th dav of April
next. " SUMNER R. STONE.
Murray, Rwtvivi Sr afford, atty's for S. R. Stoni.
March 20th, 1861 48w$U 85.
O T 1 C E
Henry B. Goucher of Picatonica, in the Connty of
-, in tne state ot Illinois, win lane notice mat
John Beard of tho eountv of Wood, in the State of Ohio,
did on the 18th dav of March, 1801, tile hisuetition in tho
Court of Common l'leas of W ood eountv, in the State of
Ohio.against the said Henry B. Uouchcr, John Franks
and Jacob Perkey as administrator of Samuel Ulery,
deceased, defendants, setting forth that tho said John
lte.ird.on tho 30th rtayot October. I Witt, obtained a luug
ment in said Court against tho said Henry H. Goucher
for the sum of S523 02 and costs of suit, that said Uoucti
r was a non-resident of the State of Ohio, and had no
goods and chatties subject to execution wherewith to
satisfy said judgment, that saul judgement was a lien
upon the following described premises situate in said
county of Wood, to-wit: the north-cast quarter of section
thirtv-ono In township a, norm ot range eleven ensi; mo
south half of the South-east quarter ot Section thirty, in
township and range aforesaid and so much of the east
half of the south-east Quarter of section tnirtv-six, in
township three, north of range ten east as lies nn the
north side ot the center ot the baudusky &, ueuanco
road running east and west through said last described
premises; that the said John Franks claimed to hold a
morteaee on all or a part of said premises: that the said
Jacob Perkey claims to hold a lien on a part or all of
said premises, as administrator as aforesaid; that said
Goucher has no other property in the State of Ohio.
The prayer of said petition is that th said Franks and
said Perkey may set forth their respective claims or liens
to and unoii said premises that the Court will adjust the
priorities of the same with that of the said plaintiff, and
among the said defendants, that said real estate may be
ordered to be sold and the proceeds applied on said
claims according to their priorities of lien Ac. Said
Goucher is notified that he is required to appear aud
answer said petition on or before the third saluraav al
ter the 25th dav of April, 1861. JOHN BEARD.
E. Brows, a'ttv for J. Bearb.
March 20th, 18"61 46w6$8 05. '
John A. Crnthars vs Sarah Jane Wilson, executrix of
the estate of James ilson, dec.
By virtue of an order of sale issued in the above case
bv the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Summit
coiintv.Ohio.and to me directed and delivered as Sheriff
of Wood county, I will offer for sale at puplie vendue,at
the door of the 'Court Ilouse, in the town of Perrysburg,
oud conntv, Ohio, ou
Saturdav. the 27th dav of April. 1861. '
between the hours of 10 a. m., and2'clock p. m of
said day the following described lands and tenements,
to-wit: the east half of the south-west quarter of section
number twentv-niiie, in township immljcr three, in range
number teu, in Wood county,. Ohio ; containing eighty
acres, more or less. " U E. OL'YEK, sheriff.
. t. HANIIKKS, BttV.
March 27th, 1861-47w5j3 48. -
Ahram Krill vs Charles C. Baird.
Br virtue of an execution issued from aaid Court in
the alMive entitled cause and to me directed and delivcre
1 shall oiler for sale at the door of the Court House in the
town of Perrvsbnrg, Ohio, on
Saturdav. April 27th. 1861,
between the hours of 12 m. and 2 o'clock p. m., of said
day the following lar.ds and tenements, to-wit: the un
divided one-sixth of the south half of in-lots in the town
of Perrvsburg, Wood conntv, Ohio, subject to widows
dower, 'described as follows,'to-wit: 3,1, 359, 362, 383
and the whole of 122. O. E. OUTER, sheriff.
Jamks Mtrkat, attv.
March 27t 1861 47wj$3.
Stephen Elilridcre adm'r vs Joseph Crain.
Bv virtue of an order of sale fniui the Court of Com
moil Pleas of Wood eountv. Ohio, I exiioso to public
sale, at the door of the Court House, in Perrysburg, on
Saturday, April zitli, mm,
between the hours of 12 m. and 2 o'clock p. m.. the fol
lowing described land and' tenements situate in Wood
county, Ohio, to-wit: thu cast half of the north-wcs
quarter of seetioii number thirtv-six, in township five
range ten east, Cnntaiuing 80 ueres of land more or less
rj-.l t.lt lifcl.L, .Master Com,
Coox & Bob, atty's.
March llth. IS61 !7w5$3 00.
-p ROB ATE NOTICE.
Mariah E. Yotint, adminstrator of Gabriel Yount dec
vs. Thomas Yount. et nl.
Jackson Yonnt, Abram Yount and Daniel Vouxt, will
take notice that Mariah E. Yount filed her petition in the
Probate Court of Wood eountv, Ohio, on the 29th dav of
March, 1861, setting forth that the debts aeaiiiht said en
tate amount to about $1,500, asking an order to sell the
following described tract of laud: all that part of the east
nan oi iraenonni section niteen, town six range iu laying
cast ot the li.iyton and Michigan railroad in ood couu
ty, tlhio, containing sixty acres more or less.
Cook, Prick & Johnson, att'vs.
April ,1il, 1861 48w$3 50.'
Notice is hereby given that r petition will be present
ed to tho commissioner of Wood county, Ohio, at their
next stated meeting for a county road commencing at the
county road on the line bctweeu Wood and Hancock
counties, thence north through the centers of the east
half of sections 3-'t, 28 and 21 in Jackson towoshipiu aaid
comity, terminating at the east and west road on ibe
north line of said section 21.
JAS. FEUOUSOX and others.
April 8, 1861. 49w3
JMIE WELL KNOWN HOUSE JOHN RODNEY
Will be at Tontogany, on Mondays aud Tuesdays : at
Gilead, Wednesday and Thursdays ; at New Westfield,
Fridays and Saturdays of each week during the season.
The best rcecommendation of the hur.se, is the stock,
which can be seen throughout Wood county.
For particulars enquire at the above named iilaras.
Gilead, April 16th, lS6149vv3
Win. R. Peck vs Wm. Thomas.
Before Daniel Noyea, J. P. of Center township, Wood
On the Uib day of March, 1861, said Justice issued
an attachment in tb above entitled cause for the sun) of
$23 44 and 1 4 prebable cost. W. R. PECK.
April 10th, 1861 49 3
This wonderful article, lust patented, is snmethinv
entirely new, snd never before offered to agents, who are
wanted, every where, rull particulars guntree. Address
wwiy SUAV felXAKn. Jtiddeford Maine.
SCnOOL EXAMINERS' NOTICE.
Tho Board will hold their next regular scsnloos for
the examination of Teachers, as follows:
n est Millgrove, first Tuesday In May,
rerrysburg, first Tuesday in June.
Portage, first Tuesday In July.
Ia addition to the usual course. Teachers. will hereaf
ter b examined in American Historv.
f apphoet will b examined whnia not present ruin.
tually at I e'tlotk, , Kk J. W, Woofst sr, Cletk.
JOURNAL PRINTING OFFICE.
Haviqg replenished our office with now types
throughout, we are now prepared to execute Job
Work, such a Posters, Sale Bills, Programmes,
Invitations, Cards, LahvU, Pamphlets, all
kinds Blanks, c. in the nuvtt satisfactory manner.
Orders filled at short notice, snd on reasonable
One square .50
i column S.50
)i column 4.50
One column C.50
A deduction of 5 per cent.
from the above rate
will rte niado tort. ash.
Tho"spaee occupied by ten lines of the type com
posing the body of the adverusemeut will be a
All Transient advertisements must be paid for
in advance to insure publication.
Advertisement inserted wltu the mark "tf," will
be charged fur until ordered out.
When yearly advertisements are inserted four or
more changes will be Allowed.
J. W. B'.VILEY, Publisher j.sn PnorRiKTOR.
C Y1V ASU8 JEI'FURSON,
Attorskt at TiAW, PERRYsnrKd, Onto. Office
In East end of Baird Ilouse Building. Will attend
promptly to all business entrusted to his care, tf
D. W. n. DAT. T. W. HrrcttlNSON. J. T. PILfrABS.
DAY, HUTCHINSON PILLAR,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Collecting and Ileal Estate Agents.
.Will attend promptly to all business entruitcd to
their care. Office over W. J. Hitchcock's store,
Perrysburg, Wood County, Ohio. tjl-40tf.
JAMKS Mt'KKAV P. S. gl.KVtN. J. B 8PAFFORP.
MURRAY, SI.KV1N & SPAFFOHI),
Attorneys at Law.
Will attend promptly to all Legal business en
trusted to their care in Wood county. Office in the
l'errysburj; Band Building, 4'en-ysburg, Ohio, tf
H. II. POPUK. J. R. TTLKR.
DO I) ; R A T Y L R R,
Attorneys at Law, Perrysburg, Ohio.
Particular attention paid to Conveyancing and
Notorial Business. Also, for sale, large quantities
of Land iu Wood aud adjoining counties, '60-tf
ASIIER COOX. J. F. I-R1CI. B. Wl JOItSSOM.
COOK, PRICE & JOHNSON.
Attorneys at Law, Perrysburg, Ohio.
Will promptly atteud to all Law Business entrus
ted to their care. Have for sale largo quantities of
Land, iuoluding well improved farms, which will be
sold on easy teruu. '60-ltf
(' 1 E O R : E STRAIN,
T Attorney At Law, Perrysburg, Ohio.
Will attend to all business entrusted to his care
in the several Courts of Ohio. Ollice with John
Bates, 2nd itreet. '00-ltf
R , J . HO IV ELLS,
1-tf Bowling Ureen, Ohio.
V. Tl II . SMI T II ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Bowlino Green, Wood County, Ohio.
All calls will be promptly attended to, both dsy
snd night. 'M-M
I R I) HOUSE.
C. C. BAIRD, Proprietor,
IlERKYSnURi; PLANINli MILL,
and SASn FACTORY.
DANIEL LINDSE. Proprietor.
Mtnufaetnres to order, and keeps constantly on
hand, a general supply of .
Doors, Sash, Blind and Window Shades;
Pine. Whitewood aud Ash Flooring;
Pino and Whitewood Doors.
All kinds of Pl.ANiNd done to order. Orders
itomptlv filled at Toledo prices, or, iu some cases,
elow the m. '(-lf
A J. (i.llll)NBK A CO.,
. Dltt'UUtSTH, Gil. RAD, OlIIO,
Have constantly on hand Carbon, Petroleum and
Kerasene Coal Oils at 7, 8 aud 10 shillings per
MACHINE, TANNERS AND LINSEED OILS.
PALM'S of all colors.Whit.-'vush, Sash Varuish,
Graining Brushes and Pencils.
GLAmS AND PUTTY, Coach, Furnitur and
COAL OIL LAMPS, Chimniei, Shades, Wicks
EXTRACT AND GROUND COFFEE, Spices,
Raisens, Prunes, Currants and Dried Apples.
A fine assortment of Drugs, Medicines, and Dye
Stuffs, TildciiK Celebrated and Reliable Medicines
for Physicians, and another invoice just come in.
Anv" quantity and kind of Patent Medicines.
Gilead, Feb. 20th, 1801-2'Jtf.
J E W E L R
Carofullv repaired bv
W . F . r O M E R 0 Y
At PEKKYsrtrim Bank IU'Ii.imno.
T7URMTUKE I FUKMIUMW I I
f WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
D E G R A K F & I AVLOR,'
(Form r'.v H. P. D -graff.) No.87 Bowery. New
York, extending 211 feet through to No. 05 Cheery
Street, and six stories in height, making it
THE LARGEST Fl UMfl UE mTOKK
iu the United" States, and filled with Furniture of
nil grades. From the best Purlnr to the common
Kilcuen, which wj are determined to sell at the
small profit of five per cent., and no Deviation,
hoping, by this pl.m.M increase our business mif-.
licieut to 'counterbalance the difference in profit.
WE CONSTANTLY EMPLOY 150 HANDS, AND
LAY IX OCR STOCK FOR NET CASH.
Risowood Parlor Setts, from--$80 00 to JI00 00
Mahog. nnd Black Walnut Parlor
Sells fr. ni 30 00 to $150 00
Rosewood ll.-d-room Setts, fnini ...0 00 10 250 00
Mahog. uud Black Walnut Bed
room Sets, from $25 00 to $150 00
Enamel Chandler Setts, froin--22 00 to $150 00
Oak and Walnut Dining Sells,
from $2' 00 to $2"i0 00
Hair Mattresses from $ 7 00 to $ 25 00
Spring " " $ 3 50 to $ 10 00
0EFICE FURNMru"KK-ALL QUALITIES
AM. nRNITt'RB Ot'AKENTEED AS REfRBSHNTBII,
March Lllli, IStil- tim.T
JjAsTON Mlllli:.tN ItAILUO.VU.
ic rrT w zasass&ie-imiJH ,"1
SHOUT LINfifO ClNCfSNATTr DAYTON
INDIANAPOLIS A LOUISVILLE.
On and after Sunday, April 14, two Train will
leave Toledo daily, on arrival of train frem Detroit,
Jackson, and Michigan Southern Rsilnuds; at
11:43 P. M. arriving in Dayton at 7,30 A. M.
11:27 A. M. arriving in Dayton at 6,40. P. M.
Time from Detroit to Ciuriooati 12 bouts and 40
minutes by each train. Connecting at Ijin i wilh
trains oti the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne i Chicago
lUiirnad for Crestline, Piusburgh, Philadelphia aud
Southeastern points. Connect at Siduey, wilh the
trains on th Bel U-fon tain Line for Indiaoasoli and
th Southwest, and at.Piqua and Dttytoa for Colum
bus. J-3y.Vo Change of car between Toledo aud
New and splendid Sleeping Cars. Knighl'a Pat
ent, attache 1 to all night trains between Toledo aud
ret a as low as st art otuib roitk.
For tickets applv st th Ticket Office of th
Michigan Southern Company.
Freight Traiiut'b av Depot of Mich. S. Raiirod
Co. t Detroit at 2,00 P. M.: Toledo at 5,15 a. m.i and
rrivrf in Cincinnati at 9.04 A. M. Tim 45 hour
from Pel vtt. No Transhipment between Detroit and
R. M. SHOEMAKER, Snpt, Daviti. O.
M. FHOEMAKTR, Chsa.rr't snd T k t Ap t, To
Ud, Ohio. - -
f'rrrysburg, Jan. 2d, 1891 SOif.
The Perrysburg Journal.
COLUMBUS, O., April 15, 1861.
Eprron or JorKVAtr As the legislature draw to a
close, such bills as have been occupying the attention of
committees are reported back and finally disposed of.
This makes lively times (or all conndeted with it.
One of the most Important bills of the present session
was the one providing for the sale of railroads. There
are a number of railroad companies in the state that will
avail themselves of its provisions at nn early day. it i
designed to protect railroad companies ss tar as may be
rotnistent with the interests of their creditors and of the
Another bill relative to railroads, of considerable Im
portance, hs also passed. I refer to the bill a I Job is
designed to prevent the combination of certain companies
to monopolize business and prevent a legitimate and pro
per competition. This bill was Introduced, I believe, at
the suggestion of the IViends of the Davtnn k Miehican
Railroad, and it owes much of its success t" the untiring
efforts of the superintendent of that Mad. It will enable
them to reduce their tariff on all freight to lie carried over
tne v inrmnati, Hamilton Uayton rood, without uitntn
lsinng ineir pronts, 1
The bill to encourage and insure the safe keeping of
the public arms in the bands of Volunteer companies has
passed. This bill allows each company five dollars per
man to be exclusively applied to the care of the compa
ny s inns,
A bill has passed which prohibits revolving swings,
whirligigs, shows, c, from a nearer approach to coun
ty fair grounds than ono-half a mile, unless bv permis
sion of tho board of managers.
the mil to punish those who may he in the habit or
marking the tickets of doubtful voters, passed and is now
The bill providing for the erection of a new peniten
tiary passed both branches of the lienerallv Assembly
and the Senate has had about thirty ballots on the
lecation without any approach towards' a seltlomont of
the question. Hamilton has had the highest vote, and
the contest will probably rest lietweon that place and
Zanesville. I have no doubt hut its loention at Hamil
ton would best proniotethe interests of your conntv, since
the communication is direct, and It would also add much
to the business of the Dayton A Michigan road, in which
your people are deeply interested.
The bill .'or leasing tbe public works still hangs fire in
the Senate. Tho Backus company's bid of $10,000 per
year for ten years, which passed the House, drew forth
other propositions ; one from Conover A Co,, of Pious
for 15,000 1 one from Old Jo. Cooin-r, of Cincinnati, for
$20,000 : and still another from t7mover &. Co.. for $25.-
000. The Senate in committee of the whole, struct) out
the specific leose, and adopted a plan for leasing to tho
highest bidder, providing that they should not be loosed
for less than $20,000. A motion to make the minimum
correspond wilh the bid of Conover A Co., $25,000, was
voted down, to the surprise of all. The old rats still hang
alxmt here. They embrace a largo numlicr of the real
old Norway strim-, wilh occasionally a man who has
hitherto liorne a good character. The fate ot the measure
is vet in doubt.
The committee appointed to fit upon a plan for tho an
portionmcnt of the State for Congressional pnrposca.have
reported a bill for that purpose. It wa agreed uxin in
Republican caucus, but dixs not, of course, satisfy all
Republicans ; and some of them will vote against it t
perhaps enough to compel a change in the present draft,
or defeat it altogether. The plan now proposed makes
the fifth district embrace the following counties ! Wil
liams, Fulton, Lucas, Wood, Otluwa, Sandusky and Sen
eca. The district, as thus constituted, will have a popu
lation of 133,426 ; being more than three thousand over
the number nt inhabitants required lor a district. lien
you reflect that moat of the counties composinir the dis
trict aro new and rapidly increasing in ponuhitinn. vuu
will agree with me that wo should have less, rather tlian
more than 130,000 inhabitants. Again: tho interests of
the district are not mutual. Seneca, Sandusky and Ot'
tawa, arc strangers, naturally so, to the balance of the
district. Those of the north-west with whom 1 have
conversed, want the old district without Hancock county
This would leave von ubout ritrht in population, snd ere
rv eountv in the district would have one common InO r-
e4 anJ onn common mitlot for it trad. Nevertheless,
members of tho leirislnture will take a comprehensiv
view of the whole ground, and must act for tun genera
i he news o the surrender or rort Sumter was pun
lislied here in extras vestcrdav iiioruiuir, and created in
tense excitement. There is talk that thu legislature n ill
to-.l.tv appropriate $l.niKuHHl, mid it is lieheved that ev
erv dollar can he raised in the Stale in less than one week
ICverv palriotic heart is fir -il with indiimatiou, and noth
ing short of the complete overthrow of thu traitors will
satisfy tho Northern people. The Governor has been
proffered a large number ot soldiers, and the prosect now
is unit no iieuy win oe nao in pr s-.'cuiing inn war io inc
bitter end.- It is thought here that it will be scarcely
possible Ui save Washington. The south are readv au 1
anxious for the uttack, while thu North are illy prepared
A resolution passed both branchesff the legislature to
adionru note aie nn the 22d, but it vewl be unite liniioasi
ble for th business to be completed in that4imc, even
should it not lie neccsarv tot ike some action with rclur
ence to the affairs id' the nation,
Few persons, not intimately conversant w ith the bus
ines connected with the Attorney General's office, liav
no idea of the amount of Inbnr uud responsibility attach
ed to it. The people generally reirard it as a sinecure
uud legislators, who ought hi know better, seem to "lie
goremcd bv this belief in fixinir tho salarv of that ollice
and his clerk. The law makes it tho duty of the A u or
ncy General to give written opinions nn legal questions
at tne request ot either branch ot the tieneral Assembly
ot anv state ollieer, pmsccutim; attorney, or county com
fhissioncrs. Except in the last two cases Inetitioued.thesc
opinions must be recorded in a book kept for that purpose
iu his ollice. J he tmortaucc ot these written opinions
cannot lie overestimated, since they generally dec ide th
policy ot the (late olhcials on matters ot the greatest in i
ment. 1 hev partake of the nature, to a verv great ex
tent, of the decisions of the Supreme Bench. Now 1 have
no doubt but you and your readers will ! surprised who
I tell you that the number of written opinions required a
the hands of Hie Attorney Ceneral MnR .luiiunrv Mill
exclusive of advice to prosecuting attorneys and county
commissioners, is fartu-nrten I an l m inv of these havu
necessarily been of considerable length. In addition to
this, that ollieer has been required to answer many in
quu tea, other than legal, made by th,- ltener.il Assembly
1 do not know what number of tVw7 the Attorney (jcuu
Ml has b"en compelled to prepare during that same p.'i i
ou oi tim , nor how much other business it has been in
ccssary lor ti i lit to transact In connection with suilsiicuu
ing in court, of which there are about oua hundred am
liny. I fie present Attorney General is rem irkably in
du-trious, uud thoroughly potted on ull legal questions,
otherwise the business of bis ollice would accumulate ou
his bauds or he but oorly attended to, neither of wliirli
is the case. Mr. Murray's promptness and ability in the
discharge of his official duties, aro complimented ou all
to pmvido for the defense of the state, and for fhs sup
it-irtoflhe Federal Government agnint rebellion:
Section 1. i'( ruwtnl hi t'i- ( ml A-nuMy
llir .yon-tit (Vio,, that there be and hereby is appropri
ated, the sum of four hundred an I fifty thousand dollars
for the purchase of arms and equipments for the militia
of the state, to bo expended under tho authority and di
rection of the Governor, and audited and paid iimio ac
counts certified and allowed by him.
Ski'. 2. That there be and hereby is appropriated, flic
further Mini of five hundred thousand dollars, to he expended
under the diiectiou and authority of the (lovernnr,
in the supjHirt snd maintenance of the Federal Government
against the existing rebellion.
Src. 3. That there he nnd hereby is appropriated aud
placed under the control of the Governor as an cxtr.tordi
inrv contingent fund, tho further sum of fifty thousand
dollars, to meet the emergencies arising out of the pres
ent condition of the country.
Sno. 4. That, fur the purpose of paying the appropri
ations in this ad contained, thu enimaissiout rs of the
Sinking Fund lie unit llicv ore hereby authorized and cm-
(lowered, to Ikutow, on the faith and credit of tho state,
such sum and sums ol money nut exceeding in the aggre
gate seven hundred and filly thousand dollars, as may
ie 4uc ruiund by the auditor of state, and from limn to
time certified to them to be necessary to loect the afore
Sko. a. Whenever it shall becoin" nercsstiry Io bor
row any sum of money under the authority of 'this act,
the commissioner of tho siukiog I mid shall tike such
m isures, and give such public uoiico by advertisement
snd otherwise, a in their judgment may be needful
enable them to obtain the same without unnecessary de
lay ; and lor tb money so borrowed, the coinmisfion
era idiiill Ukiie certilka.U'1 to the p it. pur parties, payable
st the treasury of the tat at such time and time as they
m iv deem proper, but not longer than live years Irom the
first ds nt May, A. D. 1801. The certificates so iiied
shall bear interest at th rate not nocediog ' per rent
uiu p"r aouum, p iyable 'iiii aonmllv at the slate trenf
ttry, ontbe first Hay ot JUv and toe nrst durot itovoui-
br in each veer, anl bhall not lu ubiect to any tax
Mt-MutJUi Ivticd uiidir lav aut'uoiiiy ol thu ute.
enabl th eommissiooer of tb sinking fund to carry et
the provisions of this art, th mm of five thousand dol
lar is herebv appropriated toy that pnrpoa out of any
funds in th state treasury.
Sac, 0. That for the purnoao of raising the ftionsy
necessary to ivpay the amount that mav be borrowed un
der the authority' of this act, and tho Interests thereon,
snn m meet tne expense mat may lie incurred ov tne state.
A necessary tor th support of the Feileral GViyemment
I the maintenance of the honor of this state, there be
and hereby is levied a tax of seven twentieths of one mill
on the dollar of the taxable valuation of property on the
grand duplicate of the state, for each of the yenira 1861,
1N6J, IHt.A, lt64 and 1865. The proceeds of which r.
hereby irrevocably pledged to tho pnrK-os aforesaid.
Sko. 7. This a'ctshtll take effect and be in force upon
The Governor's Proclamation.
Coli'mhc, April 15, 1801. (
The President of the L'tnted States has, by his procla
mation of the date of tlio 14th inst.. called upon the mi
litia of the several states of tho Union to the sggregate of
75,000 to (tipprcss certain combination in sevvrsl of the
states which aro too powerful to bo suppressed in the ur
dinary way, and so enable him to execute the laws, he
earnestly appeals to all loyalcititens to faeilifuui and aid
ins rmin.1 io maintain me laws, tne integrity oi tlio na
tional Union, snd the iH-rpetuity of popular Government:),
ami to renress wrong that have long been endurvd. I
have assured the President that the people of liio will
promptly rvstHiiid fo bis call, and will furnish thelarirest
number of the required force that he will need. This 1
have done because of my kuowledgo of your loyalty to
the Union and your devotion to the tree institutions trans
mitted to tis by nur fathers.
The people id Ohio, while ever readv to extend to their
brethren of other states al! their just rights, and the full
benefit of all constitutional guarantees, will spare neither
men nor means for the preservation of the Union and the
defense of the national honor. Now, by virtue of mv of
fice, as Governor of the State of Ohio, 1 call iiihhi vou to
organise yourselves into companies, and notify mo Iherc-
. uovernineut orders will bo issued from the proper
leparttii.'iit, Informing you of all the details relating to
organization and iniisteriui! into service.
The re. inisition upon Ohio is fur thirteen regiments for
linmediate service. ar is now waited against vour
thivernment by the Insurgent states of the south. Actual
hostilities have commenced. Armed resistance has been
successfully made by the rebels of South, Carolina to the
'norm oi mo iiuveniiuciii io luniisn supplies io me lam
shed garrison of Fort Sumter. Tho national flag has
liccn Insulted and the safety of the national capital is
threatened. Your patriotism HiinU to vou the path of
uuty in mis crisis, l oil need no appeal from me to tes
tifv your loyalty to the General Government. The Con
stitution must be maintained, the Union must be presery.
ed, and the laws must be enforced.
Signed, W. DENNISON.
QcAiiTeiiuASTKit Gknkrai.'s Office, i
t'oi.tMiii's, April li, 1S61. I
To Hit Efrrtl' aey, H'iYmim Drnnitvn, (Vureraor nnd (W
Sin: I have the honor herewith to submit estimates
for arming troops os per your directions predicated upon
an expenditure of four hundred and lilty thousand dollars,
viz: estimauiot cost ot annum l.titio eavalrv. Vio artil
terv and 1.700 Infantrv. allowing for tint Hcrvitiuihla arm
owned by tho state, At for troops, on a war liioting for
l ,tiuu cavuii'V, 1,1'UU .Miarti s carbines at :il.Z $.1(1. ZMl;
1,000 Colt's holster pistols at $-Ji-25.OU0 I 705 reuillar
cavalry sabre at JS.aO -7i7..'iO ; "1)4 setts cavalry equip
ments at $810-4,288 ( 1.000 setts horse equipage at W
XU.000. Total, jlO,2S..'iO.
For 920 artillery for repairs on 48 cannons and rarria
ges.11.000 j 20 caisonaat $;is 7,720 8 battery wagons
at till - n, i vu.au 8 traveling) forges at S447.7S
MJ;Gt setts wheel harness at fU7.2i-tt.304 : 172tetts
lead-harness at 850.25 $,675 i 620 horse artillery sa
bres at $'),20-44.:i77. Total. $3fl.854.H0.
tor 1,700 infantry, 16,100 riflo musket at $18.104.22.168
$221.27:1 lfl.100 setts ol Infantry equipments ut $4.02
$64,722 j 2,221 nnn-cnmmiKsioned othcers' and musi
emus' sivordd, $ia,Vj0.30-$3U2,031.30. .Total, $145,
The above estimates aro predicated upon the prices
furnished by the Ordnance llepartment nt Washington.
to place this number of lr,HU hi the livid, to mouul tlie
cavalry, provide horses for the artillery and baggage
trains, to furnish camp equipage, Ac., would require a
sum ut least equal to the above.
W. L. WOOD.
General Order No. 13.
A MUTANT GKNKn I.'8 OKflCB.I
t'oi l'UHrs, April 15, IHtil. (
The fl 'iieral Assembly of Ohio direct tho constitution
al clement of all white male citizens between the ages
of cighti'cn ami forty-five years, and that the militia re
serve be organized, additional to the regular militia. Any
citizen who shall propose to organize such cempnnr, will
address this department, when, if his application be ap
proved, he will receive a blank for the signatures of his
hep the roll is returned to this ollice, and aceepted,nn
order will issue for the election of oflleers.
Such ollieer will be duly commissioned t but will nut
Ik- requir?d to wear the uniform or perform the dutios of
tne regular militia unless an emergency should require
An increase of thu latter force will be made by the trans
fer of companies of the reserves whenever such transfer
shall become necessary.
Commissions of otlicers of tho militia of reserve will he
exchanged for commissions in the regular militia and
rank of such transferred ollieer and companies will be
assigned iu accordance with priority of organization.
It is expedient, from the urgent applications ou file and
manifest resolution of the people to maiutain the Govern
ment of the I'nited Stales in its integrity, that the people
win promptly organize ami r-port to tins department.
General Order No. 13. [Signed] H. B. CARRINGTON, Adjt. Gen.
,By order of Commanderin-Chief.
GENERAL ORDER NO. 14.
Wlt't no uncertain confidence in the people, they are
caiicit upon to luruiNii, loiuvitn, (tie complement ni uni
formed troops, which will increase the forco of Ohio In
six thousand etliciint and disciplined men. Application
lor the organization or new companies H ill lie made to
this l)epartiii"iit, iu case no gi-ueral otlicer rccidc in the
District within which the proposed company is organized.
Such general officer must havu iufuiiued him-rtdl' and
complied with liio laws and general regulations hereto
fore promulgated, and all ollioers, of whatever trade, will
he held rceHiiisiblu for their familiarity with th. ir seve
rul duties, general and special, nnd tor diseipline. Moral
comliii t and perfection of their coinin tud. Thu basis ot'
infantry organization will be twenty-live regiments, the
companies making up the six thousand m n to be us-ien-
ed by the geueral orders to la) issued forthwith. I'ntil
fiutlier orders, new companies will consist of not less
lii i ii forty nor moie than fifty uniformed, including two
musicians, who will he enlisted the same as privates.
Companies ulreiidy equipped and disciplined which file
with this department the i Liui to be held subject pi or
der, will furnish thefewiih a o.tnpU t roll ol name lo
be relied iihiii, that in any emergency thu order may be
issued with the practical assur.tuee of tUj force at tiuui
The promptness with which such a lender has been
made herelolore. is accepted as good evidence tli.tt t'le
Ohio Volunteer Militia, ulivudy organized, is worthy the
confidence nnd siipisirt of the General Assembly, the
people, and the country at large, snd that the olllri.il en
dorsement of this ilepartni 'iil Ut the state authorities, of
the condition of mill militia is entitled to full credit.
[Signed,] H. B. CARRINGTON.
Adjutant General of Ohio.
By order of Commanderin-Chief.
The farmers aid nuchanics, the solid men
of Kentucky, Maryland and Virginia are said
to be hostile lo the theory that cotton is Ling.
There being none produced in those Hiates, of
course there is r.othing to recommr nd it lo their
favor. The cotton States' theory is to buy
everything in Europe, where the cotton is lo
be sold ; but this does not suit Kentucky,
Maryland and Virginia, which sell hogs, cat
tle, wheat and corn.to the free Hiates. These
States want ma dels both ways, Nor' and
South, snd a hocft market as well as a for
eign one. The cotton theory of selling ev
erything and buying eveiything on the other
side of the Atlantic, does not suit tbeir rase.
The mora they think of it, the better they
will he satisfied that it there mutt be a cotton
kingdom, those who raise to cotton bad bet
ter keep out of it.
. Sirswberries made their sprearsnce ;i
the Savnauah, G., marke. a few dayssgo.
Opinions of the Press.
[From the Baltimore Patriot.]
On wculJ hRte iupposftl thMttiVgh (ont'
nnd bry propU would litst pt-rmilttd a cob .
tinnntion of daily ttupplira to garrison of but;
aovnntv men. It area l,lpnt that atiett ai
f.. 1..t -V...I1. ,r- -,rl '
,orC ,M "J or than carporal
guru-cuuiu never enuangrr nny rignM vi
the people of South Carolina. It waa liardly
ttuflioient to hare tha proper care of the Uni
ted States property in time of peace. And yet,
without even waiting tor a plausible pretext
in'the Arrival, or attempt to enter, of the un
armed supply ship, whose errand' waa anno
unced to lh ir (Vmmissionir. South Carol
ina has thought proper to inaugurate eivil
war. . .
Tho nricf and sense of Itumiliation we feel
comptli a dtlferent tone in rpaVing of so
great an outrngo nnd crtrno ligVtnst human
ity, liberty, otUer, arid law, as it justly calls
for. The result is eviJtnt among our own
people. All party and political distinction.
tiiusl bo t Il iced.
All meh petty mntters fade out before the
great question as twinkling star fade out be
fore llto rising sun. J here can be but two
sets of men amour g us -those who are for
(ho Union, and those who are acainst it.
We shall now leant who are for the Govern
ment of the United S'nles, and who aro for
tlio Oovernment of the "Confederate Slates",
who are for the rnaintenanco of that Union
which Washington founded, defended, anl
left as a sacred legacy -to his countrymen:
and we Mia.ll know who no for breakincr it
up, and succumbing to the tyranny of a politi
cal party in armed rebellion arrainat the laws
of the land. . , . ,
'The Fedtral Ooyernment'said Andrew
Jucson'it must and shall be preserved."
[From the Boston Herald—Douglas Democrat.]
On the tact that the war has been com
menced by the self-constituted government at
Montgomery, without any other provocation
than an attempt io supply Major Anderson
wilh provisions to keep his garrison from star
ving an errand of mercy ar.d not of taunt,
threat or rwninre, we have no spaco to
comment ti is morning. That the adminis
tration will be kustained in its elTorts to pre
serve the Oovernment we have not the least
doubt. It is a quarrel the Free Slates have
sought to avoid but being dragged into it
will bravely maintain their principles and
[From the Cincinnati Gazette.]
The attack on Fort Sumter without any
offense or injurious act on the prrt of its com
mander, or of the Oovernment which directs
him, has completed the record. For four
montlis ete-y at t of aggression, of insult and
insolence, has been done in . tho Secession
States against the Oovernment and people of
the American nation which enn be pns.-ih!y
conceived, except the actual conflict ftf arms.
This has eonie, and .henceforth we have to
hear the sound of war and the combat of
battles. The rebel army, deliberately fired
on the fing of the American nation that fl'g
which hns hern borne triumphantly on the
battle and the breeze for nesr eighty years;
that ling winch has so long protected those,
these very traitors, and been respected by
every foreign nation throughout the globe.
Tho record is made up. He who is not for
his country is against it. Let every loyal
heart now rally to the country. Let the flag
be home aloft, and the battle- will nd with a
victory for the Union, for humanity and the
[From the Philadelphia Press, Dem.]
The climax of rebellious folly has been
reached, and war has been conimei ccd by
the traitors who, after pel petal ing. with im
punity, many fl ignint ou rag !, heaping every
imaginable instill upon the Oovernment, and
in the most au lacious manner setiing ila au
thority at deli nce, have not been contented
with perfect f eedom from the chastisement
which they richly deservdil, but have op-ned
their batteries upon an Amtihan foil and
rendered a bloody contest inevitable, l'itj
ing their weakness, and anxious to xhau
every reasonable expedient for tho preserva
tion of peace, the nation has treated those
who luve proved themselves to be its most
deadly and unrelemiag fo-.-8 with a degree of
mnguanimtiy and forheaiance unprecedented
in the am als of the worU. 13 ut now that
they have unsheathed iluir swords and
thrown away their schbbnrdx: now that they
have th'iwn that they will nol be content with
rioting in rebellion, and that ill y are deter
mined, if possible, to ovetwhelin with die
grace and dishonor the great Republio they
hive labored so assiduously to destroy, eveiy
consideration of pa riotism and sell-respect
will prompt all Americans whose hearts are
un ainted with treason to teach the conspira
tor that if they do not obey the laws of thiir
country, they must still respect its flsg. , , .
[From the Cleveland Leader.]
Men of Ohio I the flag of our country the
ting that has never yei lowered to a foreign
foe ; the 11 xg that has for 80 years been the
eosign which the oppressed and down-trodden
of earth have koked to with eager and
wistful e ye ; tho Qag that tells of heroic strug
gles and noble deeds of valor on many shard
fought field, and many a staunch old ship ;
the flig Io which nanny a dying soldier haa
turned his gVsing eye, and thanked his Ood
that it still floated upon the breese that kissed
his poiy brow ; the flag that your fathers
baptised in holy consecration with their blood
this flag has been torn down from its stan
dard, and left to trail in the dust beneath the
banner of a rebellious host I Shall it remain
thert? or will you ret-cue it from its degrada
tion, and once again give it to the breese,
proudly defiant of nativd or foreign foes ?
This is a question which you muni Lave ft
voice in deciding. . ' i
There were nine thousand seven hun
dred and ninety letters sent to the dead
letter oflbe during the past year, which con
tained an aggregate of 55! 164. 66. ' 1
Apphs of the. very fioest quality are
said to be now sel'ing in the market of Erie,
I'ennsylvauia, for from fifteen io twenty cent I
pe. buuhel. ' ;i ' "