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J. W. BAILEY, Editor.
J. W. BAILEY, Editor. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1861.
The Work Commencing.
The twenty Jiiyn grave nllowt-il by Uip
TresiJcht for trie dioricTsion of th rc bi !
hafe now expired, nnJ n'rcvly 1 lie 'Viler
al troops nre bin"nty to occupy impor
tant polnU in MAiylatiil ami Virginia.
The Union men f Wmtcn Virginia art
battling manfully fur tlie Ajkt, nx tin )
will bo assisted, if nee sii-y, by I-Yil rft'
troops. It ia exju'cte l ptr.nioii
will be commenced at Fort Pirk-na im
mediately, nd lliat all p iris from I In
" ClifFBptnke to tlie month of the Minis
ppl bi Mockudi'd. It is rpporlnl Hue
Cuq. Tilloif will mako nn ii!Lv:k 01 Cr'
. TO, In which case we may soot expect 'o
-Iicnr of thd death of a truiior. Alloe h
r, this will undauhtedty bu art imp.irUni
week In the annals of history.
How They'll do It.
The call for iho Virginia convention
contained llie proviso thai, in case 1111 or
dinance of Htcesi ion should bu inlopUil, it
should bo tubmitli d to the people for rat
ifictition or rep-clion. TI c nr-otiii'licls
who prccipitaU d Unit .St ite- nre fu'ly ( iptal
to any rnirrgoiir-y to force a micccrt-ful
issue of llit-ir diaholirnl tIh uvm. Hy or
der of the convention, the whole military
force of tho State, nitl- il by troop, from
other5Wding Stattf, are to ho stri meil
nt three orlourlfrrR-;!."' pi'nts ; and ev
ery citizen of the Ntrile'rtJinii't'd to go
tjono or other f tlicse? enrnmpnit to
cast his vo'e, thus cua'.in, himself upon
the tender mercies of a band of rufllan
soldiery, and exorcising th it ineslim.ible
privilege of freemen voting at the point
of the bayonet. Can villainy descend to
a lower depth ?
Patriotism of New York.
Jus. R. Wadsworth, of New York, has
arrived at Washington from Atina'po'is.at
which place ho has his stt unit r loudi'd
with provibtona, which left New Yolk Cry
on. his own account, with but eight hours'
notice. Evarts, Yamlerpool t Rlward,
ofXew Yoik, have sevi n!y-fivo thou and
additional volunteers, and one hundred
millions of dollars to be used in keeping
open the highway between New York city
and Wnshing'on, an nln a ly announced
in the Njw York journals. Col. Mans
field, late Inspector-(Icneral of the army,
h ordered to Washington in place of Col.
Smith, transferred to New Yoik. This
official order is also publicly mad.'. A
TJ. S. r.rmory ia to bo located al ltoek Is
land, 111., similar to Lho one at Hat per'
Border State Convention.
Oil Saturday last Kentucky elected her
dclfigalea to the ISorder S:atu Convention.
aud7" nTJioiTji the secessionists withdrew
their ticket from tho content, the Union
xacn t'Amed out in full force ; which will
puhapahavo a good effect upon the leg
islature which met on Monday. A pow
erful outside Union influence will be made
to bear at Frnnkfort.and if the rebel sym
pathisers suppose they can plunge the
Stale into disunion, as tiny Jii in Virgin
ia, as they are trying to do !u Tennessee,
and as they expect to do in Missouri, by
tneans of secret sessions, it is our impres
sion a mistake will be discovered before
many days. The Union sentiment ia rap
idly gaining ground in Ivenlucky.and the
loyal cititens are daily becoming more de
termined and outspoken.
Gen. Scott's Movements.
Oen. Scott has moved his headquarters
from Washington to Philadelphia. This
indicates that the Capital is no longer in
danger, and that the brave old cl L fu.in
is preparing for the opening of a vigorous
campaign in other quuteia. The mili
tary skill of Jeff. Davis will undoubtedly
Boon be put ton severe trial, at "Ihe gieat
bnttlo to bo fought in Virginia, (hn.
S;ott has no acknowledged equal in the
United States, and if his nntaqor.i ,t is not
overwhelmed nt the first round, it will be
because the "bird l.a'h llown."
If wo nre to believe the accounts which
daily reach us by telegraph, disunionism
w fast dying out in Maryland. However,
the actiou of the authorities does not aee
with the reports. Tho Virginia Secession -
U have been p. nnitted :o i reel batteries
n the hilli opposite Waipcr's Firry,
pile a brm protest is ma lo against the
of Kderal troops across th'i Sta'e
protection, of its own prepertv. In
irginia treachery, the re-
Vi of the Union hjvrit in Mary
ry favorable oim n.
[...] Plot in Missouri.
Me of the Missouri i.eg-
iing secret sessions. The
'hI last advices, were debiting k
position to go into secret ses-'oa. with j
r.ori.vn ui earning ;i. u,e mem-
bersof both Houses are sworn by tist
aths in regard to these secret sessions J
They are attempting to follow up the j
treasonable message of the Gov. rncr b) !
revolutionizing the State wiibont tlu-'
knowledge of the people. The plol will !
prouawy be pul in operation.
Shinplasters and Ruin.
All the leading towns and eiiies of eas
tern Virginia huvn voud to isMiu sbin
plastera, running as low as fifty cents.
Having little or no specie; their banks are
broken and worthless, and thVltui moiu!
cod of tbefctata is already g,.ig io ,u'mi
at railroarl sprei. NVgroes nre not sal,.,,,
tie at any price, and worse than al', the
SiaW Las a debt of fifty millions Urging
ovw it, and iu bonds are uot worth Ulueu
cents on the dollar.
More Troops Wanted.
The rreoident has isbUbd a call for
seventy tliousand additional troops for
three years unless sooner discharged.
Eighteen thousand of this number nre for
lho sen service : one regiment of Cavalry,
ono regiment of Anillery, and ihe rc
maimkr will coii t of Infantry.
Arms Still Coming.
A lirgo amount of arms and muni
tions of war wrrc reci Ived at Columbus
last weik.ar.d alJiion.il iiiiplieS are in
tr.m i l f r thit plaoa fioia lho fct. Thi
will be r ifying newa to I' people of
Oiiio. lbere are men, in abundance,
ready to take the field. Soon there Ttill
u eoien nliML' supply of arms.
The Blockading Force.
The bl )ek uling f ireo tinder Captain
Stringluni will (otiu of a' least fifty war
vessels, a :otnp uiiod by salli ient steam
tr-iii "ports fr tbo nc o nmoda i n i f a
land fore 20.0(H) strong. This it,wil
ro e sufli dunl to make Hn fli :it lit block
ade of aay i del on the S tuthern coast in
to which .oiy vessel drawing hi x feet might
- . .
lias arrived in Washington, and report
ed him elf to tli o Wai Pcpartmi n'. It
ia h'.a'ed that be will dike command of
i lie, two Kentucky regiments which have
been nrcip'fd by the 1'icsidcnt. It is
ih' ugbt that he will be nil iwed the piivi
lege of maki'ig giod bin New York
iled nation, ainl re-p'ant tbe Hag on Foil
t'uiiilei' in its old loca'i'Mi.
The Dead at Charleston.
A soldier who escaped fioui Chin listen
'-ntV.ii ; served during tbo light at Foil
Moulnie fonttprflslbe r port that nenrly
rvtry tho: from Fort Sumter killed some
bo.ly : nbout four hundred were kiiled nt
Moulliif, one hundred and lif y at Morris
Isla id, and for'y at Sullivan's Island.
Th ' lirsthhot at Moultrie killed thirty. It
i thought that near unu thnusnnd of the
rebels wi re killed.
The Dead at Charleston. Quick Work.
Oen. Rco't dispatched to ten. Builer
at Annapolis, o.i Saturday, giving him
three days to take possession of the
Relay House, nine miles fiom Baltimore.
U.-n. Bu'ler lerpoiuled that he would
have religious tcrvirea there on Rundiiy,
and he was true to his word. This is
done to co-operate with lho Pennsylvania
troops advancing on tho oilier 6ide. It
also jiu is the government in posses-don of
'he telegraph to Harper's Ferry.
Hon. Wm. H. Seward.
In his letter of instructors to Mr.
Dayton, indicates that the Cabinet has
from the lirst been a unit in favor of inain
t lining tho authority of ihe tJyVtinmeut
at all h it. irds and thrnughout its domain.
The representation to tho contrary, us
w II us of the Administration having held
ou. any encourag nu nt to the Ci nl'eder
ato Commissioners, are inventions of the
rebels anil constitute a part of the game
Siding with the Enemy.
The following is a list of tbe bogus
democratic pipers in Ohio, which op
posu the war to maintain the government
and the honor of the American ll ig, and
favor u dissolution of the Union:
U.ii'tta unit ('ilium, t St. Clnirsvillr.
Cnsliei (Kit 1',-luin i.il, ill Civ liiii toii,
M iili-liin.oi, in Chi li'villo.
(IneriMi-y .li'tl'i'isiiliiiin. n( Ciiinliiiil;;i.
(Iiiii Isnlr, ut t.aiH-iiitliT.
Ilrmui l.il, at Ciintoii.
I'.iytmi Kinpiiv, at Davtmi.
'I he last named is the organ of C. L.
Yiillandigham, who immortalised himself
iu Congress, last winter, by a pioposiiion
to divi.le the United Staiws into lour Con
Persecution at the South.
Tho New Y oik pap -is notice tho arri
val in that city of whole families men,
women and children who huvo been com
pelled to escape from Virginia, and were
g'a 1 to escape with their lives. Thev
have left farms and houses, implements
and furniture, hoists, cattle and produce,
as spoils to tho mob. Sometinus they
have been permitted the use of their own
teams to reach the nearest railway sta
tions ; but once there, they have left
horses and carriages standing at the road
side for the u-o of whomsoever might take
possession, and have got into the first train,
stripped of nil their worldly wealth, ex
cept the clothes they stood in.
A Washington letter says it is duo Mr.
Sewaid to say, that nothing could be more
unjust than the doubts of him in tho pres
ent en.eigmry, wlieh have been sofne
ly expressed. Time will vindicate the
wisdom of his poli y of conciliation nt the
Ih g lining. It was proper and necessary,
nol only in order that the rebellious staUs
might have one more opportunity to re
turn to reason and loyally, but also in cr
derthat. if they persisted in disloyalty,
they mi-hl be placed il oioughly in the
w rong. It was i.ecessary for them to dis
abuMi the public- mind of the idt a that this
is a pariir.an struggle for, had Lincoln
at once, upon his inauguration, proceed
ed to inea ures of force, tens of thousands
who to-day stand by him heartily, would
have considered his movement as thu in
itiation of a "Republican war." The pol
icy of conciliation at tho beginning has
resulted in a thorough union of the people,
and the forget fulness of nil party lints.
Ohio Offers 81,000 Men!
The Columbus Jourual say eighty one
thousand men have offered their services
to Gov. Decnison, thirty-one ihcusnnd of
wVow-lraxy Uen assured that theii ser-
vlees may be needed
vs tha of-
ft red six tliousaud more tln.i
nuuiber Utt called for by ih.) pt
IjooU K-r the Buckeye Stale,
Cs.TTliav I be
Bully for Colt.
Col. Colt, of Hartford, has offered bis
services to the Governor of Connecticut
to raise a llegiinont, and has agreed to
arm tho men with breach-loading rifles at
his own expense. These arms, which
aro of the latest improvetnont, would sell
in tho market for fifiy thousand dollars.
The Regiment is l ing rapidly raised.
Governors in Council.
On Friday evening Ihe fo!loi'ig gentle
m n arrived in Cleveland, as Is supposed
r consultation: Gov. Deunison of Oh'o!
nv.,Curiin of Pa j Oov. Morton of of
Indiana ; OoV. Blair of Michlgw : Ojv.
Randall of Wisco isin ; Fx-Oov. Koerm r
of 111 Major fleneral McChl'nnd Oiiio
Volunteers ; Col. N II SiV iyne of Cofum-
The i bj ct of this gathering was for
consultation In tegard to th j posture of
our nuional aff.drs. What th-J resu't (f
heir cetinaels was, we do not k ow,
but if we may judge by the public ex
press! ins of sen iment by some of the
gentlemen coicemd, their deliberations
were marked by an eann st desire for the
nost res.jltite and vigorous prosecution of
c war ngainst the rebels.
The Oovcrnor of Kentucky p renip'o
rily refuses to honor the requisition of
"he President of the United States, and,
whilu ho ju tifios the cause of secession,
lie says the p isi:ion he intends to occupy
is strclly lu utrul. Meat time he has ef
fected a loan of five hand red thousand
doll irs for aiming the S u'e. Once or
oii'iiz d iij) m a war bnsis, tins neutia'ity
pmp will be kicked out and the State fall
into the embrace of rebellion and seces
sion. Such is the line of policy marked
out for Kentucky, as evidenced by the ac
tion of her Chief Executive. In view of
thii fact, what is the duty of Ohio ? In
our opinion it is the very reverse of the
sentiment contained in Oov. Dennison's
letter to the Kentucky geutiy at Cincin
nati. In this warfare on ihe general gov
ernment there can be no neutral grounds
wo must be for or against it and the
least Ohio can do is to cut oil all supplies
to all States where the S'ars and Stripes
are not honored.
Ohio has voted three millions of dol
lars for war purpo-es.
Tho Governor of Massachusetts is
prepared to arm six tliousand troops with
Biiber bayonet lilies.
Maj. Patrick, U S. Army, has been
appointed by the Oovernor, Adjutant
Hi in Ml Ot JNew V ork.
Up to the 10 h ult., not half the. con
federate loan had been takt n.and il piob
ab'y yet goes begging I
Hon. John Sherman hf.s been ap
pointed Aid to Major General Patterson,
All over the country the women are
engaged in making clothing for tho sol
diers. Curl Scluirz has gone (o Washing
ton, it ia said, to take command of the
German regiment from Minnesota.
Farmers should be very liberal to the
volunteers, and furnish them with brea 1
and meat in abundance.
A regiment of four hundred men
are reported to be on their way from Ken
tucky to Hiehmond, Vn., to assist the re
Ten thousand blanki ts and four
hundred ball cartridges arrived at Colum
bus last week. They came from Water
The number composing a company is
not limited, provided it is not lets llutn
75, nor so numerous as to be unmanagi
abte. Companies of 1 15 have been mus
ten d into service.
Cannon are being cast at Kvansville
for (he defense of that city from an inva
ding foe. They nre to be of wrought iron,
rilled cannon of six pounder calibre, with
bands around them, so that it will be al
most impossible to burst them.
Pike's Peak Correspondence.
DENVER CITY, April 21st, 1861.
Spring, tluil ever ivt leniiiu season of (he year, is
iiain n all us, iiiul m lu'iu i.i it Imili-J iili pro. it
er itclijjil lli.tll liy the people of the Tike's IVuk
tin!.! inns. Spi injr ciiiip-ntiim h is fnirlv cian-i.ieiie.-il.
lliuinj; the pust i-k u iniinher nf wii;
on h.lv.' iiniveil hnv l;iily : .snuie nf On-Ill finin
vi.nr on ii Si.ile. Tln'V m e nil Iilim-inul mule teams
nidi e;eni.,ill- ni.iilo tlio trip ill thirty Jay from St.
J.ie ni this place. I hai.lty think the eliilnratlon to
(hit country will bens larpo us it was Inst season, l u
it nl'l ci llainlv Ut-nfii ii. lo-li hetler class. Men of
ipital nre coining, ami thii hu sii eeiuinj!; tn p
iiilw llie mines, are jrt.inu; to mrb. Many nf thnse
who are arrtviiijj uow, were here last senson i mill
li.ivu heeii to tho slates to spend the winter with
their fi ieiiils. 1 Jn ma think llieiv in any pl.ieo in
America that presents n heltcr lioM for men to epe
ratc in mi. I tin well than Joes this eniiiilrv.espeeiiil
ly lo.i lain wish capital. John S. Junes, ol the linn
of J.mes Caitwi-iht, tlui jrivat fii i-l.lei s. ami
who i. i.i,.! in'iiri -i l in tlie ( t. C. I. 1'. lino
of eo.ic'.iei., uriivo 1 here last week. Il isiis iuteii
linn, if pussilile, I.i have tlie .laity line of co.iclus,
whii h i to pi into operation in July n.'xt, between
St. Joe nnil California, run through here. Ami also
to leive tho Pony Kxpress pass en to Foil Iti'Mes.
Salt- Lake, an.l thence to Cnliforuia. All he nks is
for in people here to buibl lho statimii between
here iiii.l Knit UriJex s th distance beinj; nboul
four liiimlivj miles. It can he Jone nt a very linly
i'XIhmim.. Slioiihl ihi Ih- J.aie, it will make Denver
ieiy iniimitant point, fur then nil the (rnrel toCl
il'oiuU voinhl pass tliiMiili lieiv. It is sai.t it will
Uo ten il.iilv loaehbs u Iran-port the passengers
an I mails tlie etuuiim suiiiiner. For i. -ii w itli lain
ili s this oilers kikhI iu.liH-ements. Any man who
ill biiihl a siaiion, which is easily June, w ill have
the pi i vile l-e of ei vim; meals to passenger iiiul
keeping such "'ls, c, ax tiaicK rsaiv in need of
who journey acmss the plains. There are huinlivils
of men in the States were they here would jump at
such iinliicciiieiils. ltiti ilinj; iu llenver is p'ins on
cry iMpidly ut piescnt, 1 never saw it improve mi
fast as ,lm- nt this time. There, nre very homy
s.i k oi'frtson hand as well as ii.crc.inili.-o of all
kind-. Ilin inp the pssi week seTcml tribes of In
dians paid ns it i-il, anwne whom weiv ihe Chev-
eniie, Anipaleis's, Ve. Soiho of them are yet en
eiunp'd licl.iw tho city. They rame to trade their
buH'uhili'bci, iiioeciisins, Ac., for hi.-kcy,or iniy
ihinjt else ilicy take u fancy to, Thov lire eeituiiilv
haul linking set, and their mode of life in not lo be
iivied. Hii.-iiicxs iii the inouuuius is pelting to Ik'
pnio lively. The miners him h!1 ivsiuiiiiij; tlioir
niim i- i.jk i .ii.iiiis, and lively unit j;o.mI :iiic niav
ein eie. if ilm next six or ei;lit mouths. The
."ipre.s conches aro reining in cioivdcd willi pus
ii; el s. We cvpoid our ne ly appointed liovciu-a-
in be niih us slmiilv. II j ill meet with ft hear
reception by i.H of us. In the enui.-e of it month
so, wo expect a ivi-we. klf mail here, which ill
a ;;r al c..iivenieiice tn 4II ol m. TU- weather i
DENVER CITY, April 21st, 1861. Yours, W. G.
It ms bt Interesting just now to Ittuir what pay
is ll.Wv;4 la ttio Unitixl KM'S nnliUrjr scrvii'.
liiclnsivo of rations, furngo sod oflVrra' servant
liire, the follow Injr arc tlie uiontlity s.ilnriesi
rntfmcl, per month f 21 00
Lii-ntcniuit Colonel, per innnlh. ... 1 (it SO
M ij'if, nr in'inlli 174 U
(' O'lain, in iimiitli IIS ."al
Kimt I.I.Mitfti.int, pel' nuiiitli 1US .ill
Si'roiel dl'iiiiiiniil, ni-inoiilli In.'l iO
tivci H'-iiniii l.ii uti'ii ml. K-r ns mill Mi 6H
l'ir.-t nr (Inli'i ly H.-iy -uiii, per iiumtti 2) mi
Otlu'i' HciU'MiitH, per nionlli " "0
(.'orpniiils, pr ni'ni'li' ?i Oil
I'liViltl'S, p. T IIMIItll till I'll
MinieiiuiH, pi r iimiill 21 Oil
Tlie neiii.il (my ill t.isli for irul' S i.i $11 per
The Fort Meigs Rifles.
Tlie f"llKvin) i n iiveiimtv lint nf tlif nl uilicrit
oniiipesiiig (iiU coinp.iMV, tin lurniglioil tin by tliv 1st
ri.Tgi-iint, Mr. Spufliinl t r
Asln-r (IikiIc, t'liptiiin; A.'.te Milium. 1st l.linl'ii
n nt : I.. II. Ulnui, 21 I.i iit.-iMut: K, h. 1 1 . . 1 1 I , I-; i i-i i i
.1. 1'iTt r, Driinitii'T i J, Hp.illtjr.l, 1st livp'.itit (M.
U'ilkiiiMii, 2-t Uv-t'Kvmill J. Avcrill, tlj iSei'Kvaut . H.
C. lluiitiiiiuti, tilt fcepeiiiit j K. il. Tliuiiipsnii, 1st
Corp. r.il: H. V. l.n Y-.tn.; i. CiTpoml ; Knl.r(
Uurr, 3 M'.Mpor.il ('. I. I,:nny, 4t i l'irxrul.
.Iiilm V Albeit ' Ai-iiv 1) Amlli lingcr
J V Urin e .1 l IturJeii H ft -utl.-v
J llortloii " It lllirin 1,. Ilt ir.li.lry
.Ivshu llnicc Alex. Union J (.'teippel
lli'tij.iiiiinu Cox . lU-rljiai Cnmk II (.'lnu le
A Cam it I 11 Curler .1 Curler
I) ConiL-liui! F. V Ciiniur 8 ('k
V H Cox .1 I'iiIIi.u J Cnilis
fi iiniiol Cli. u ter II I. Ci.iino (I M Conuvr
II C.mr.iil . M Ci ivi n V H li.irl'm
A D.i vin A l-Mt nr.lt) ( M Kilelinin
L.tniiiiil I it-li A l .inline .) (i lliilliu.in
W II ll 'lli nlKik KILiiiy J-MolniM'U
It.il'f. Kfitt Jim. I.inilsny ( l.ue.is
.1 ll l.n fr'nire .1 MeCmitfiiV K W Merry
ti.-iirj; ' Mill -i- !' Me.Miili.ni' Juiiu's M.utiu
V" l IViiiii C A Niiiliiii T I'liim-li'iiil
It I'l-l eillis 11 II Pntl .TH Win I' -rt iu
II h' IViiiii J M IViriii .1 l.li.i.il
I T K.iihci- II Ki iili.T A .';lnoii
N J So irkl.ui'l (! Slu-pperil .1 HlniliS'
M Mieehv II Siwver Will Siutil.lin
V 1' Sln'uitiaki-r .N.iili. oi' Till! J .1 Tli'iintm
I" II Wnlliii" I. Wiitlons M Wiul.r
.1 A Wliitl.itk C Zai.-r
"Our Flag is There!"
We clip tlie fnllow inj; from the: ("level. ind Daily
lleiiild nf Mini lay. It will be seen that our gallant
emiipiiny iippivriiit.' Ihe .oTt '
" K. K. Smith, r..i., of IViiysl.iiij.'. iirrived in
Ciiliip Tiiylnr, Saturday iiI'Ikiiiikiii, ihe I h inst..a!id
lii'MicJil w ith 1 1 i nt 11 beaiililul silk II :ir wliieli whs
delivered by him to the Fort Mei's Uiiles ns n pn's
enl ll' in the ladies of l'crr.v.-buii In the ciimpiiiiv.
The Hag is 11 beaurifnl one, htMi'iiuf the I111II11 nf
Comin'iilori' Porrv, llon'l pivu up the ship," in (old
lelt is. tin I lie ll.lji 11 10 tivo l.l-s. Is, wliieli were on
11 ll.ie Isnne ut the b.iltle of liunker Hill. These
I issels wniv civen to Hip ladies hn pres 'iili'd the
llajr by Mrs. Koneli. whose (.'l ainlfalliei e.oried the
lla nt the but 1I1' of Hunker Hill. Tho lla was re
ceived by Ihe enuipaiiv with ureal ilenniii-tr.uii'lis
of jny, mid 11 soldier's jileili1 never to iillow it to
trail lielni-" 1111 eiicinv. Mr. Smith was tli"ii enin
missiniu'il by the eoiiipany lo return their thanks to
the fair donors, 11ml pint "it them until ihe return nf
the ec liipiiny. This company niinibvi s an pond mid
true In. 'ii, iiml we shall cvpect a frond iiccounl of
tin-in w hen they arrive in the enemy's country ."
CAMP TAYLOR, MAY 1st, 1860.
KlilTOlt .fnrtiNAl.: 1 arrived here yesierday an I
disti ihuted the nrlleles I'ni ui.slied me by Ihe lu-lit 3
f JVrrysburjr lor the Volunteers with many dem
onstrations of thanks to the fuirdoiuirs. At 11 un-ct-iii
of the eoiiipnuy held iu ramp this nun nine;, a
v.ite of thanks was iinaiiininusly e;ien to the ladies
of Pcrrytflmrjr for their kindness and Rein'rusity.
It (jives im pleasuiu to communicate this well
ileset ved li ihiite. from the bravo nieii under my
i-hiirge, to the patriotic Indies nf our hmn. What
may we not xpeet for our iinperiled country, when
herkpau'y nnd chivalry so generously uuitu in her
ilefeiicc 1 '
Vim may expect to hear a Rood report of the Kmt
Meifjs Killus, when the lime cniues fur action. Thuv
bear nil the linrdships with trim snl.iierlv fnrlilnde,
ami expresH hut one desire, thai is lo meet (he ene
my. 1 have the ii niost confidence in their success.
Kriivcr mun never enjnyeil the vunlideiief of the fair.
Tina- uicu neve.- met 11 foe.
Respectfully Yours, ASHER COOK.
Proceedings of the West Milgrove Teachers'
Miu.'.-novK. April L'tlth. Tho house cimvcueil nt
II o'clock, a. 111.. an I was opened with pruver In
itio president. The secretary being uhsenl, A. ,f.
Kverelt was elneted secretary pro tein. la necord
unee nidi iipptiiniinent, tlie Voiliminn peis ais read
select ions of their ow 11 inakinn;: Misses lianccr.Svil
liard iiml Mr. Kvi-iett. Criticisms were offered up
on the mailing by Messrs. Hubbard, Corey. Kverott
and Mist Willirr.l. The society then listened In 11
dcclam.itiiin by Mr. I.cginn. which was criticised
only by Mr. lluhbsiil. In compliance with n re
iiiesl of the socielv, Mr. Ilubbard reail a selection,
w hich w as crilicis d by several. Tie president then
nppoinled Dr. KTi inger, Miss J Swinehart mid A
Kverott 11 roininiitiT on progrminn for tho next
in. cling, to rcpni t utter thu convening of lho society
for Ihe eroding exercises. On account of the liv
ini'iidniis 1'nli'ii meeting in Millgreve in the ufier
noon. tho wii-n-ty ii'ljonrned to meet ut 7 o'clock. p. 111.
Kvkmnu Skssion. - The president hoing iibsent.
the house ivies railed to order bv the vice president.
The committee on m'gTauiinn.suhmittcd the follow
ing, which wus uii.ipu.-d: Moniiiig Kxereiw 1st.
remarks on scli.n.l life exHri.'iiee, bv Mossrs.Ibys,
Dow-ling. Hunger. Willinnis. Hubbard, and Misses
Ciirtcr, I. Diver, heomird, linuger and M Divert 2d.
declamations bv Messrs. Uuss. 1 nnd Corev. After
noon o-sioii - 1st, rceibilions by Mis.- Sivim-h.irt
'l WiUwul a.lTTssayi'tiv' M.-ssrs. Ketelium and
Kveivti. a. id Mi.-vs A.i.niis and Kellev 1 3d, reso
lution for discussion, "Itusol veil that svI'iihiI touching
should o made 11 pinfession." Kvening session
uddisSNii by Rev A llavs: nltcmnte. Mr Xorris. The
society then adjourned to 111 -et at West Milgmvo on
the third of June 10
WM. DOWLING, President.
A. J. EVERETT, sec'y pro tem.
March 2:1, IRiil.in Marion isninty, Oregon Maktiia
.sr. monlli roi tvllKXlK anil l.Klltc'l A ( OM'IT,
sged four months,
I ) OA I) N () T 1 (! K .
It ulieu is hereby given that H netilion will
he presented to the Commissioners of Wood Co., ().,
111 there next stated meeting Cora county ron.1, com-'
nieiieing nt ilio Koiuli w est corner of seel ion
t. .... A .......1 .1,.... '
.M ini, lani- 11 cast j iiieneo nortn two
miles to the, north-west corner of section 2d in said
loHiiship. MAN V I'KTITWNF.KS.
April 2, IStit lwa
O A D X OTIC If'.
.tti.. iu liu.v.l... .1... - .r.: .1,
- ........ ......... ,1,-,, inn, j, ieilllol will
lie presented to the (.VinuiUsioiu rs of Wood cniintv.
Ohio, ut their Juno Se i..i. n-i ;.,.. .1...... ...
. - en in i. Li.1111
H 1 river survey nnd to Incite a county ivnd in Perrv
lowiuhiji, eoiniueiH-ing ia tho center of the count v
I'oad, eighty 1 eui,. ri e norili wcsi loim i of
Meiion iweniy eight, and to run due south through
the center i. Ihe west half of said section to the
uuth line and there terminate.
May 1st, ISi'.l- lw3
RO A D X Oil O K .
Notice is hereby given that a petition w ill
be presented to the Commissioners f W.kmI Co., (.,
at there next regular session, proving for the Iocs-
liou and establishment of a road, commencing all
the north-nivst corner of the souih-west ipiarter of
section No. lit. town No. i. north range No. 12
east, 011 the Troy and Webster Free Turnpike,
thence running diivct, vast until it tnlerseets Ihe
Daily road on the ea-t sid" of s ii.1 vcetiin No. It),
i.m in.,.- o, iei iiiiiini.. , .llllAUA .11 l.. u Jl A
M.iy I'.h, ISO I- 3,,-
Dut ;s, .ni:i)icii:s, ivvints and
A. J. Oahunkr Co., Druggist.
Oileud, Vo.hI Co., Oh'o.
Have received a large stock direct from New
oi k, consisting in part of P it vrs of nil colors.
l.issKi ti. Tannkii. M.vcuinm and Cokl Oiijs, Kc
Mtckk, Ciiicii, Dkmik, and J acan Vaknimh.
Faint, Vakmsii, Sash, Wuitkwast, Vki uuinu
and I. avis ItiicsitKs.
Dvii Stem, hk JaiNibcoat,of many wlors.
(il.AsS ofall Sles, l'UTTV. SAMI uud KllKKV
I ai-kii. IrsrKNiisK. At.conoi.. Castok and Swkit
Oii.h. KinrlisirCunMiiK, I'm.us, Tnnmi inds, and
lUueus, Spice, Pepper, finuiiumii bv the lb. oi imt.
(linger, Cloves, (ovuud and Extract of Coll. c
Chocolet,. and Cocoa. Starch hv the lb. or bix
A tine assortment of 1'krm.ikk Soai aud
A largo asaoitnient of Pi iir Mkoicinks and
lii uiCAi s, nud Tilden'a celebrited Medicine for
1 liysicians use.
We are selling a fine article of Co it. On., free
ti-oin sni .ke or smell, at .V p r gatl.-n I
Ltiiii. fmni live .hillinga;,, .i.lluVs.
e WlicuMu ihe piiiiciplvsof Poll i.ar Sdv. i
K:n.MV nu, P.w as Vol-i.o, an I shall hold our 1
rtoek strictly tor dsn orKwinv Pay, nnd will
lukjt all kinds of Oram and rcuduot iu exchange. '
I vovr Mtim-iM.soi' nciiv iimi, I
Pile id. May p. 1 S i I tf.
Ayer's Ague Cure.
QOCitT CKCOMCy I'TJ-Aj, WOOD CO., O.
Horatio X. Peck Vs. FrederirV Pronilcs, end othnrs.
Charlna S. Sherman, Wlllitmll. White,!. Han
aner, William rirkerseill. Jr., Diwn . MhiiIot,
Harriette II. White..!. V. Mace, Xnthaa V. Oravc's,
Levi K. Warn r, Merrill M.. Young, Wiilimn S.
WiMinnm, (l.-nige II. White. Ci hi Cnrlei.
Ilieli.irJ A. Do Forest, Henrr Y.' IJeinaii, Jn men
Armti-otig. John Meniain. Il ii vcv H. (lurdin r,
Milliners Hulilmi-il, Asa W, Muddoeks and ilnratin
Warier, det'i ndutits.nn' herebv notilled t'.ut Horatio
X. 1'i-i-k, plaintill, hns tiled his petition, and fniTi
ninc.'d 1111 udiisi ngainst thuiti and olheis, in die
Cnnil nf ('minium Picas in 1111 I I'm the said eoiititr
of Woo.1. lie object and prayer of which N tool',
tain foreclosure of a mortgage, cxeciileil snd deliv
c. od by the suid Frederick Prentice ami irife. to una
Lew is ltnlieiis, lh'.iring Hat Msreli y.l, s.,s, nnd
r.'Cnrded in the Iterorrler'Unflirc of Wo.i.1 coiiiilv, in
votunii- tnf lanrtgiigi! M page 80. and a aulcoi Ihe
mortage premises, which nra ailunle in the nai 1
county of Wcml, nn I sre descriV-d us follows!
1'rueLion il section 3'i hi fi artional Ion 11 8 imrllt.
range 12, containing In To-1 00 acres, the imn!i '
of li-ic!i"iii-I m:tlk,n 1, town 7 north, range 12, con-
tul'ih.p 22! 3M-I00 0. - ) tl.C Wot of tht south
cnsl , of section 1 in said tow u 7 i the not th cast ' 4
of die .-out Ii e-isl nf a-ctinn 7 Inanhl town 7;th( sen h
weft of thu south eaal of said aectinn 1 ( 111"
north cast f of section 20 111 snid tow n 7 i the south
cast l i of mid section 20 1 the anuth w-rst t; of said
section 2H i thu north east (4, the north nest J4'. Ihe
south itf and the north of th south w est ,'
of section 21 in suid town 7 the north east i, the
11 nth wvsl ' 1, Ihe smith west '4'.an l the w est ,'ofi
the south east ).( of siCtWu 22, in tsiid town 7 the
west ,'jof the north west of section 23 iu aai l
lonn 7 : the north east ' f nnd the south cast of.
section 28 in suid tow 11 1 tlx- north cast i mid the.
norlh west ' ,' of section 2!l in said tow 11 7; the
north Vi of the south csst ',, nf section 9 in said
uinn 1 1 11 1 so one umuviiie 1 tini ii pari ol 11 strip I I
rods off of Ihe westerly side of river tract Xo. M.
running from the river back to ( trass r Cix-ek t iiImi
one iinliii l -d third part nf all that part of river
tr.irt.Nn. Kn,ly!nir h.'tveen tlrassy Creek and th.
Mu tn-e liver : ul.ei one liidividei'l third put of 11
niece smith of Or issy Creek, in sumo tract No. 81,
lionn lc I ns follows : ci iiiiii. iu ingoii the norlh line
of Ilio Da i Inn an 1 Mii-hic iu Kailro.ul. die ea.st line
of 11 e -rt.un tract of ft pl-IOil acre ts the same;
thence easterly along sai I Knilmud ll al-luil chains,
thence north on 11 line parallel with thn north mid
south lilies nfs.iiiltuct cl to (ini isy Creek t tlieitra
wosterly alnng suid creek to the' rust line nf said
track of M -IC- 00 acres : nud tht-neu to the place nf
beginning, e .nlainiiig 12 I'l-ltui aeies : reference
being had for 11 niore perfect description of the
Inst iiientioned parcel of land, lo 11 deed from Kloise
('. I.ad l 1111 I others, e.xei iitnrs, Ac., to said I'r-.-n-
lico an t others, recorded in Wood eoiintv, Keeord-
er's olliee in volume P. o" Deeds, ut page' -it.
I lie sunt iloremliin's nieepiircd lo unswer snid
p.-litioii bv Ihe lith liny of July, ISIil. or the same
will bo taken ns ti lie, and paviiient rendered aeeoi d
ingl.v. P.AKI-.'ll A COI.I.IXS.
Dated May u, l.slil Iwii.f 111 K.
Notice is hurehr given that en the 1 1th
day of June next, nt the house of John II. Ford,
ill Perry Township, I will let to the lowest bidder
in sepm.ite sections, the making of drain No, J it,
ciilnni 'itcing about III) roils nest of the snlltii Jj
p-sl of section 11, town 3 north, range 12 cast:
th nee northerly and north-easterly to 11 point near
the i-enttrof the south-east ipiarte'r of section I, in
said Township. The sections nre 20 rods each in
length : the bottom to be S fi-el, and slopes 1, rise to
I.'k base; the earth tn be throw u 3 feet beyond (he
The whole In be completed by the 1st of Oetohe r
next, to the acceptance of the Count r Cniiunis.-ioii-ers.
ADDISON SMITH, Auditor.
An lilnr's Olliee, Wood eoiintv, Ohio.
Pcrrysbnrg, May 2d I Siil - I j. t oO.
Notice is lieivliy given that on the lath dnr of
.luiie nest, ut the linu-e of A. Keefer, in p'errv
Township, I will let tn the lowest bidder, iu sepa'
rnte sections, the niaking of the .train known as
uram .u. .'V, commencing nboiit '.tU roils south of
the west quarter part of seciion Ifi in perry Town-
ship: thence south to the "Swale linn," near the
line between sections I'D and 21 of said Township:
thence down the channel of said linn In the west!
hue of seciion .'11 ot said Township whereat to
t Tinin.ite. The work comprises ll:t sections of
rods cauh, the width of the bottom to U- us follows :
fromc inniene ni'Mit toseeli-'ii 17, -I feel, from I" tn
IH inclusive, 5 feet, from 2rt to 12 incltisiv,., ii feci,-!
fri'iii -U to .il inclusive, 8 feel, nud frnm 51 to tor-'
niination, IU feet : the banks to huvo n slope of 1 1.
feet to 1 in depth J the cut.iug varies fivni I 1-i to
l,).j lo' t,
The whole to he completed by tin 1st d.iv of
October, iMIil, to tl,o aeeeptaii.'e of the Co'unlv
Commissiiiners, uud in accordance with the prnld'e
uii.l plat ol the I'.ngmeer in charge of gnid work
Sulu to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M.
ADIUSOX SMITH. Amlilnr
Auditor's Olliee, Wood eoiintv, Ohio,
rciryshurp, April 22d, lsfil I w.'ij-ij 7.'i.
Notice is hereby given that on the 17th (lav of!
.Iiiiii; next. I will let in seclimi separately, to' the
lowest bidder therefor, nt the house of Franklin
Ormsbcu, in Monlgnniery Tnwnshii, the making of
seclinu 1 nnd I'l inclusive of the ditch designated
nudknmvnns Xo. 15. Said ditch cninineuces on!
the Township line between Porta nw nnd Mnmnmn,., .-
Townships, un rods north of the south-easf corner
of section in Portngo Township j thenco uorth i u
the Township line to the north-west coiner of the
soiith-wesl quarter of the north-w-esl rpinrter of
aeetioii 7 in Montgomery Township; thence in a
nortli-ea.-terly direction through sections 7.0 and j,
ffillowiug the natural channel of the w.iter-cniirse
known un "Sup Kun," until it empties into the
Portage IJiver. Its diuicnsions ai-c as fnllavia : the
width of the bottom for the lii st K sections to be 2
feet, the next S sections 2'$' feet, from sertiou 17 to
4'J inclusive :i feel, from section 50 to 77 inclusive
o1 a feet, the balance tu lie 4 feet en bottom; the
bunks to hare a slope of P: feel to 1 in depth;
the earth removed from said ditch to be thrown on
side of the county road along w hich it pusses, nod
no earth left wilhin two feel of the slope of the
banks! opening or gaps to be left in the embank
ment between every section on the lino of county
depth' "-"'""J Vi"'u's ,r"lu y'i ,0 -S feet in
1 he work on said ditch to be finish,..!
to plan, spocilioalions and Hiilile, and to the accept
i.uiu oi uie i oniily LoniunsMoncrs on or before Ihe
1st ilay ol October. lSiil. Sale to commence at 10
C.r' n,- U,1,isoi SMITH, Auditor.
.. uU.,... o v,.io.-, ikhi county, uiuu.
- , .i mi .,i ( tovi ino?ii a.
Xolice L. hereby given that on the 19th d.iv of
dune next, at the house of Samuel liieeei-statf in
Monlgouury Township, I will lit to il,e lowest
bidder, In sepn rat" sections, the making of the drain
known 114 drain Ko. J8, Coumieni ing at the west
ipiarter part of neelioii 1, (own I range 12 rust;
thence norlh along a county road, on ihe seciion line
to the print nf intersection nf snid road with Coon
Crock: thence down the channel of said Creek to!
the county line of Wood and Sandusky counties,
and there terminate ; the work comprises 71 see-1
lions of 20 rods each : the bottom to ' of the I'ol-
lowing widths: 8 feel Iriim beginning to aection 116
inclusive, and ly feet from section :ii to the tennin-
ntiou ; the banks to lime, a slope of I . to I loot in
depth ; the earth Co be removed 3 feet from the shie
of the bank, and lo bo throwu on the side of the
inail along which it pusses.
The whola to be completed by the 1st dav cf
October, ls(-l, to lb- uccoplane'o of the County
Ccnunissioiieis. Sale t;i commence nt 10 o'cloct,
A. M. ADPISON SMITH, Auditor.
Auditor's Olliee, Wood count r, Ohio.
Perry slniig, April 23d, leSiil lw 5$ 00.
Niaiee is hereby givu that on the 19th dav of
June iictit.at the house of Nelsou Woleott, in Mont-
goinery Township, 1 will let to the lowest bidder,
in sopni-ale aeetions, the making of drain knowu as
drain No. 7 ; commencing between sections Xo. 10
and 1 1, in Moiitgom. ry Tow nship, at or no.ir the
land ow ned by Furfush ; theni-e running north
w it 1 1 in tin. bounds of tln road in Montgomery Town
ship, nlso beiueen seel ions 31 aud 35 in Freedom
Township in the Kollei ville ami pormgo F. T.
Road: thence noith-werterly within the lioinids of
the same, lo empty iuta thu "liig Run," near the
noith-east iMrncrof section 33 in Freedom To.ru-i
ship whereat to terminate.
lho work comprises 2 drains ; Xo. 1 being that
part which lies nonh of the county road running
'"' .ton ncsi uimiign inr norin-eii.st quarter of sec
ti.... I A VI........... 1' ' .m 1
tiou 10 MoiitgomtT-Township: No. S constitutes all
of that iirt w hu h lies south of said i-oad j division
No. I coiisiMsuf 47 sections of 20 rods each, ami
.1... ........ ... .... .. .. . .'
nn-n i.iui oi ineonirniuoi tlie nrst 12 to lie feet,
the follow ing 8 of 4 feet, and tbe remainder 4 feet,
Oivisoiu No. 2 couiprie 8 ct-tiais of .18 i.xls ami
U l.uks each, wiih a ivtmni of 2 feel' iu width;
bank sloies 1 feet base to 1 vertical : the cuttings
to lie made id aecoiiauee with Ihe profile aud plat
.I HIV I.U. inivi .
Tho work to be completed to the acceptance of ihe
County Comniissioiiers by the 1st day of Oetulier.
ovi, rvue io ct'iiiiiH-nee al lu o clock, A . At.
, ,. ADDISON SMITH, Acditor.
Auditor's Ofliee, Wivvl county, Ohio.
Pcrrysbnrg, April JSil. 1861- lw ;S 73.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & CO.
lour V hrl f j. jCeirt.OO
i .-.a i!n tic.n .. lo
Corn (car) V bu . . :;lu
11 a Hi.-, y IU 10c
Shoulder TJB 8o
Poultry V it) SiflKo
Feathers b 4WJ0e
(liwn Hides'uS.. .XT4
SultVJbil f 1.74
Clover Seed V bo ii.bi
liurlev y LiU ..
O.llA Villi ....
Potat. .si bu.
Uutti r Mb...
I Aid V lb
. .. Jflo
. ... job
NEW A P V E RTI S'M n NTS.
The undersigned have been duly appointed
Administrator! of the KstntO of John Savag, late
of Wood county, Ohio, deccaeed all persons in
debted to said estate arc reoiiesti-d to snake innnc-dish-
par Bient, WM. I'KOTT,
:l (H.OHOK HO-'PT.F.noTty.
JV OTK K, TO TII lV Pril'ru
I ' Notice is hereby given that tny a ife, Emii.V
Ti iinkr, left ntv Is'd 'and Isnrd In' IVrrvshnrg,
Ohio, on the 2nd day of Stay lat. without Just
caiiKt-or provisrntion ; and the public are warned
ngainst keeping or harlniring her nt nir expense, as
I w ill pav no debt of her Cotitr leting. '
Periysburg, Uiy Hth, lSiil l:t
I OA I) X O T 1 C K
IV Notiec in lierel.v given thst a Thititlon will
Ik- pres uled lo the Cnmiuisdniiers of Wood Co., O.,
at II 11 re next slated meeting forao sintv Mad, com
ment, nig ni th rent r of die oouuly niud, running
vast and west throuvli the center of aoriH 2S ami
27 1 tiiFiiea north on die sci-lion line between acc
liixia 11 ami ami 2A to niteiwsrt tlie road run
ning east and w-ust on iIm- north line of said sections
22 anil 2.1, all iu town 3 north, range ( east.
7wJ - " . 1'r.TlTlONKK.
T l C E .
The undersiirnci hns been apts!uled Ad
ministrator, tt lorn' 11011, of tin' Fstnte of Phillip
McManuis, late of Wood eoiiuty, Ohio, deceased -all
persons indebted t snid h'stute arc ro4UCt I to
make immediate payment.
Iw3 ' PATniCK MeMAXXIS.
Kt-w Spiiux tin it Siiinuirr 3oorl.
(I. II. Kreps is nun- oirering great harging in
all kinds of
lieiidy Muity ('loihing,
IliMits and Shoes,
He will s.dl v.-ry low for cash. He lias ninny
LAWKS WiKSS GOODS,
which he is selling nt less than cost to close out.
Oiritt llnrgsins also in
Ludiis and Gents Furs,
and ni.iny other articles that are warm and com
IbrUblefor this cold weather. In short if you waot
Call on G. B. Krcps.
If you want Goods F.tFliiou.ible,
Call on G. B. Krcps.
If you want Goods Cheap,
Citll on G. R Krcps.
If yon want to get your money bark,
Go to G. B. KRKPS.
Pen-yshnrg. Doc. 12th, lKfiO.
Only 80 cents per gallon!
Only SO cents per gallon!
Only SO cents per gallon!
Only SO cents per gallon!
At the Drug Store,
At the Drug Store,
At the Drug Store,
At the Ilmg Store;
"('nine all and try it,
And you'll e'er buy it."
PF.CK A HAMILTON.
k ti r i. a it
Pcrrysbnrg and Toledo.
TheSteamer'-HKI.I.K." L. C. Lock Master, will
make two trips a day between IVrrvshnrg uud To
do during the seas-m. The lont w ill leave Perrys
burg at X o'clock, a. ni., and 2 o'clock p. ir, H-ti.'rii-
ing, will leave Toledo at 1 1, a. in., and 5:00 p. m.
SCHOOL EXAMINERS1 NOTICE.
The board ill hold their uext regular sessions
for t'.o exuminution of Te:u hers, as follows
West MillgroVe, tirst Tuesday in Muv.
Pen-vbnrg. first Tuesday in" Jim -. '
1'oiluge, tirst Tiiesdnv in Julv.
In addition to the usual course, Teachers will here
after bci-xumincd in Ain -iican History.
No npplicaut w ill beexaniiiiC'l whoisnot present
' I"''"toaly at tf o'clwk, n. m.
J. W. WooDBt'irr, Cler!i.
Xotice is licreby given that the Commissioners of
Wood comity, Olno, have grunted a view and survey
of a county road eoimncnciiig in Lake township lit
thesetcioii line between 1 1 uud It, thence north on
half seciion line until it intersects the Woodville
and Toledo Plank road nnd there terminate.
PKTKR CKOSiiMAX, Petitioner.
April llth, lSiil-194
TOTICE TO UCII.DF.RH.
Sealed iimnos.ils. en lorsed to 'Uiiildincr Commit.
lee Presbyteii.in Church, (lilea. I, Ohio," w ill be re-
ceiven until .May nil. isni, tor Innliling a Preshv-
torian Chnivh, i'raiue ;tt bv fill. Pluu and Rpeciii
t catinns can be seen at A. J. fi.irdner A Co's Drug
- Store. Uuildei's will put in (heir bids tor doing the
carpenter uud joiner woikj.ilsn to furnish timber and
! (Jile.nl, April 15th, l?sl Jlw3$l 32.
To John H imilton. Elisabeth Stone, S. R. Stone,
James Olis, John M. Pomeroy, Jacob E. Fox, David
M. Kaircliil I, William Rose, Ira 'or win, Kosanna
A. Smith. Isaac Harler. Joseph losip. Dmniniuk
Jinson, William Corb, John J. I Ira tits. tl. Morrison,
(leo. Ih'tlenberk, KichuDl Johnson. Francis D. Par
ish, Thomas McClaskey. Samuel Smith, John F.
Hanning, P. &, S. Carli'n, Henry ll. (iibson, JolinO
Williums, Ephniim Austin, Catharine Ksin.iv. John
Venn, W. II. Rockwell, W. M. Sellars, and tlie un
known n m-rci lent invent of the following lands in
Wood count v, Ohio, to-w it: Sections t, 2, 3, 10, II,
13, 1.1, 14, l.'i, town $ north, range 10 cast, and sec
tions 35 and 30. town 5 north range 11 cast; you
will bike notice that application has been made to
the Comniissioiiers of Wood county for the estab
tu-ainp branch of Portage river jkX the East line of
lishing ol a dram or ditch beginning iu the black
seciion V, town 4 north, range 10 east, continuing
thence down said branch to the line but ween Center
and freedom townships; end that said application
w ill bo for bearing on the 4th day of the staled meet
ing of said Commissioner in Jiiae next.
ADDISON SMITH, Auditor.
Auditor's Olliee, Wood eoiintv, Ohio.
Peirysburg, April 14, 1861 '52wi4,75
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.IOWAKJJ ASSOCIATION', PHILADELPHIA.
A Benevolent Institution rstublislicd bv snecial
j endowment, for tho relief of the sick and diKtiwsavd,
i afflicted w ith Virulent aud Epidemic diseases, and
j csH'ciully for the cure of diseases of the Sexual Or
' guns. .
j Medical advico given gratis, by the Acting Sur
: genu, to nil who apply by letter, wiih a discription
of their loiiiliiiou., i age, occupation, habits of life,
; Ac.,) uud in casts of cxuviii.- poveily, Me4eiue
- furnished free of charge.
Valuable reports on Speimatorihu'.i, and other
diseases of the Suual Organs, tnd on the new roui-
cdies cuililoycd iu ihe Diupeiisaiy, scut in llieafllict-
ed ill scaled Idler iuvuiopes, five of charge. Two
or three si imps for pivtage w ill be aeecpiable.
I Addivs Dlt, J. Sh.ILI.lN HOI'l.UTOX. Acting
Sin ge. hi lloai-. A.-uiciaiion, No. 2 south HJisWvet,
Philaileliihis. Pa. Hv order of tlie Directors.
GUI!. FAIKCHII.D', Seerelarr.
Jau. 1,'ti. ij;AP.lIAIVi:LL,rreidcni.
COOPS & GROCER. CO.
Q.BAJID OPKJCINO OF
STATLE AND FANCT DRY 000DS,
Boots, Shoes, , Clot m in a,
Crockery ami Glassware, ' t
WOO DEN WARE, HARDWARE.
Fanning Tunis, t
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC.
L.tlIle, Dress Goods, ;
Xew, Chaste, Rich ami Elegant Pattern',
Just received by
A. G. WILLIAMS & BRO. -1
' ! ' P
Sugnr?, Amber Syrup; African, Ilia "-
nnd Java Colleen,
Layer and Seedless liaisins, very nice, Prunes and ' .-f
GLASS, DYE-STUFFS, SPICES.
Tea .it .'0 cents, and 1 tea for 75 cents: trv it.
Pr.me Live Geese Fcathcis.
Kotailed from $1 l Hi up.
Maekcrul and C'ml l-'ish, Umking Ctasies, etc.
CLC-T UNG, HATS AND CATS,
Xew Spring and Summer styles,
Strong and Cheap for Cash; foi sale by Williams.
GOODS AT SECESSION PRICES
FOR THE LADIKS.
French Printed ltareges, very cheap.
French Printed Organdies, beautiful designs.
(iingh.iin Lawns, Printed Lawns, Printed llril
liuntcs, all entirely new styles.
Mourning Hoods, Kmbroiderics, Ticrege dc LuincJ,
Summer Dress Silks,
I iuen Lustres, Valeucins, Fouluitl Silks, Marseilles,'
Lawn Kobes, Organdie Kobes,
(trenadincs, Challies, Counterpanes, Napkins,
Doylies. Damask Clnths,
Untiling, Kilginga, Moreens, Flannels, Lace Veils,
Dress lluttnns uud Triniiniugs, n hnudsome assort- .,
---i. u .......
lloiinetsiiir'lt.ibhoiis. Misses' and Chiidj
I'arasnls, the newX'st nnd richest outfsi.., J ,
CVCI "IM I IJinon,
Maiiti'dns niul llii;--binsSjdi..itie call nnd tfr
Inr piirchnsing elsewhere.
J-t' l'i-oducc taken iu exchange for goods.
A. (!. WILLIAMS &. HRO.
2nd disir fi-om the post office.
I E T THE WOULD READ.
FOll THE BEST & CHEAPEST G00D3
00 TO THE 6Tbit F. Of
W . J . HITCHCOCK.
vrw ijooDt! nuv ritfH'.s!
nkw noons !
TI I e i . w ... ,1
wvu oi gix-os Brer oa cren in tmu
market, embracing an endless variety of articles ' j
STAPLE, FANCY AND FASHIONABLE, :
111 tilt si-ltr(iiin nf wViiMi
......... ... w i. MVVII PUil" -
I'd to It11iiir It iid nlii-:irliv. a I
inir olh-ium! at thu
CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE
of W.J. HitoluiKik, on tlie earner of Front and Lou
AU-llll, 1 t'lTTSDUrpj uuio.
Q1ALITV is the REST TEST of CHEAPNESS.
iiirj vi ami .Miiiiirit(jii nui nroTg inoi inr Tl
riviv, fic-jiiDi-p. ricnncss, cneapnoss, DOMiljr n1
t'tiMiinkT, hum nutrn. i unsurpatisca dt anj now i
lill-ll U IliO TV I'Sl,
LADIES' ASUIOXARLE PRESS GOODS! ---i
In this department great advantage mav be obtain--ed
by close cash buyers, from the fact that the good""'
are bougbitbr cash' directlr of the eastern dealer A
aud niunafacturers, and all imported goods arcbo'tVv
at just what it eogta to import them, hence he can "
aflbrd to sell good at -
MUCH LOWER PRICES w
thangnotls aro jreuerally sold, which U an item
great interest to the people of Woist county. A uf.
mcieni in uuccuient. we take it, to make 1 erryt.
uuig mm irauiug HHUl.
XEAVr 31 ADS cloth mat
Iii this department, we hare the largest and raoit J
eomplete assoruiient in Xorllwro Ohio. Mad
according hi the latutil fashioua and in the most autrV
aiamial manner, warrautcd to give the (err bciw.
aatistaruon, or no as It.
HARDWARE, CROCERIES, &C. , 'm
ocioru purciiaiting eiHewnere. I nc attentiou of IU1
public is respectively invited to my extensive ttiKki
leell n- u.ilnul l, uill lu.vim.. nnilunnlv tii.nl
-o ' I J "
t-7Froduce Ukon in eaehaage for fatsW.
w. j. niTcacocK., y
Pcrrjihurf, Jan nary Jd, 1MI.