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PETmYSBTJI-lG-, O., THURSDAY, NOV J3M:m U 14, 1801.
LIST OF FORFEITED LANDS.
List, of Lands ami Town Lots inWooil county, Ohio, forfeit d to tlio
State for the non-pnytnent of 1 axes charged thereon, which havo not
bern redeemed nccordirig o law, with the amount of taxes, interest mid
penalties now due on each tract.
Townships. Nam.) "
.Iinlife & Rawson
Lt SKl 4 2H! east
Wade John Q
I sn mo
jWillUnia Isaac K
;Kotrhntii F. T
James C U
Spencer George T
Cook Oeo A
Hutching W 1)
Urejrir B F
iWall t Cronrico
Comstock Si Irwin
Dcbi It Henry
1)'. & M. Railroad
Kuder S luinun
Jones ' B
Wheehr J times J
4 r in
Dudley A Germain!
yw nn:l n s w
and hf w sw
mi 1 hf no
alid hf n sw
IWestcott .1 W
Cook D F
iWaite M R
TART. Acres. Value.
' I I $ p m
hf s w qr
4 '24 s e qr j o qr
ft 24 (wqntqr
S 2a s pt w hf a e qr
(32 -' hf n c qr
Ancqrn w qr
4 t! it n w qr s w qr, beg III
I rds 13 ft n ofsw cor. c 10 V
I r,n 6 r.w 111 r.theiice to beg J
1 qr n w qr
4 17 n hf s o qr
4 Bt o cor n qr n e qr e lift
nw qr no qr, less s o can )
4 11 nw qr se qr
4 I j w q nw q iulj.l'tl9,Frocpni t
5 21 mo qr nw qr
4: 2 w qr no qr
4 2 mv qr se qr less J a. so cor
4 27ne qr se qr
4 27juv qr se qr
5 j qr nw qr
5 23jw life no qr
B ;l(lpie qr aw qr
120 .'10 47
112 25 SS
se cor se qr sw qr
w hf sw qr
'i hf nw frao
i hf se qr
i hf se qr
:i hf outside Reserve
w n w
H7 53 "
ISO 20 01
741 152 37
IN LOTS IN THE TOWN OF PERRYSBURG.
I Jefl'.'i son S
Conk A slier
Kev M .lr
U it M K 11 Co
Peck K I)
But 's John
s i ma
Roach R X
7 22 (If. 9
40 42 8 97 6
92 112 20 95 9
110 part out bf lOOft.RUtrack 28 .5 93 3
125 do 90 112 8
1 78 4J 8 9 ! 6
252 .fl 8 70 5
253 37 7 33 9
270 37 7,",.-, ii
277 40 9 511 0
281 84 15 09
299 fl 03 4
300 a; 8 15
301 37 7 31 9
302 37 8 15 0
323 37 7 33 7
324 32 0 5li ?
325 42 8 13 5
320 4i 8 70 5
347 -40 12 29 4
318 4 J tiV.i 8
319 37 8 15
350 42 8 93 0
371 37 8 87 8
372 37 - 7 31 9
373 42 8 93 0
374 46 11 09 5
39') 42 8 93 0
397 37 8 54 9
419 37 8 15
420 37 8 15
4-M 37 8 15
122 37 8 15
127 81 IS 00 7
131 i 50 14 19 8
442 42 9 (VI 4
143 42 8 93 0
444 2S 5 : 3
445 2S 5 93 3
440 32 7 30 4
4-57 - 37 8 15
438 28 5:i 3
409 32 7 3!l 3
470 42 9 03 4
-ISO 93 20 82 3
48S ISO 20 35 5
491 42 9 00 1
492 32 7 3:1 3
193 28 5 93 3
194 28 5 93 3
!ol.) 28 5 93 3
510 2S 5 93 3
517 28 5 93 3
518 32 0 50 2
538 . 42 9 0ii 4
539 42 8 93 6
510 32 7 30 3
541 32 OftO 2
542 37 7 34 U
543 37 8 15
502 37 8 15
503 37 8 15
504 37 8 15
5"5 40 10 29 4
506 40 10 29 4
5B7 40 10 29 4
588 37 8 1 5
5S9 2S 0 73
iH2 28 6 73 4
013 28 a 93 3
038 37 9 07
087 37 8 15
098 42 9 00 4
700 37 8 1.1 8
717 8" 815
719 42 9 01 3
721 2S 6 73 4
729 28 6 73 4
730 28 6 73 4
711 28 6 73 4
748 28 6 73 4
757 42 8 93 6
705 28 0 73 4
775 undhfwJi 40 10 29 4
787 70 13 34 5
OUT LOTS—OLD SURVEY.
I out Ft 200 w 95 ft.
,200 95 ft. below tlio w 05 ft. j
j fronting ou river j
nollistor A K
Bates Johi 1 20
same 1 21
llolliBtor A K 2 12
Rucklin Chas 2 2
Van Horn SSam'l 3 5
same 4 5
DeWitt John II 115
samo 1 1 0
Bam. i 120
McCormick Jas 39
l'ember James 0
Dalhilmn W W 57
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct list of lands and town lots in Wood Co., Ohio, forfeited
to the State tor the non-payment of the taxes, interest and penalty thaiged thereon, which have not
been rede med, according to law:
Notice is therefore hereby given that if the taxesinterest ami penalties chargsd on the several tractsof
land ana town lots in the ('ongoing list be not paid into the county treasury, and the Treasurer's receipt
produced to me therefor, liefore the second Monday (9th dav) ol December next, I will then offer for sale
at the Court House in said county, each and all of the several tracts of land and town lots remaining
unpaid, to the highest bidder therefor, according to law: and will continue the sale from dav to dav, un
til the whole of said lands and towu lots shall Imro been sold, or offered for sale.
281 5 20 4
4181 82 80 0
9 2 91 2
250 4 94 8 9
6 8 09 0 1
5 5 13 2 8
20 2 78 7 8
20 2 31 7
10 1 93 8 2
18 4 12 6 1
150 8 09 3 2
25 4 75 4 8
126 ft fmnt.!ess 24 ft. w sldu
ADDISON SMITH, County Auditor.
County, Ohio. I
PcrrysburgJJL.2, 1801. " )
pARM3 GIVEN AWAY I
Mr. Wm. McKim proposes to dispose of his lands
in this county at a merely nominal price.
He will sell the south half of the north-west quar
tcr,of section 29, town 6, range 10, containing 80
acres, for live hundred dollars. Said laud has boeu
thiirougbly duelled ana drained at an expense of
He will also sell the south half of the south-west
quarter of section 83, town a, range II, at the same
Euquire of U. II. DO DUE, Attorney at Law Per
Also for sale a large number of Town Lots, both
Vera and in tho town of Millgnwe, with and without
improvements, together with several valuable
ns. - II. II. PODGE,
Pcrrysburg, Nov. 10, 1JJ9,
I V E R Y AND STABLING.
II. C. LAWRENCE still keeps his Lirery Estab
lishmcnt oicn for the accommodation of the public
Corner of Front and Walnut streets, Perrrsburg,
itORSKS, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
Furnished at reasonable prices ; all hours of th
day or night.
Having made large additions to his barn, he is
now able to offer to all coming tu town with teams,
' STABLING OF THE BEST KINO.
Nltln am ulir.ivM In ulli.nH.iimA ant lift imin. vill
be spared to give satisfaction.
Oct. 14, loul. U. C. LAWRENCE,
Q BKAT I M P It O V K M E N T S
THE EMPIRE Slilin LB MACHINE
PATRvrrn kkiihi xnx I lih, lS'.'O.
Salesroom, 510 ISrondwnv, Xt.w York.
This Machine is rotistnicte I m pti cn'irelv new
principle of Merhanisin, p,issejiMiig liiauv rare mid
valuable iiiipivvt-iuciits, having been examined by
the most profound expert, mi l pronomuvd to be
siinpliritv nml perfect ion combined.
The following me the principal objections urged
iteain-t Sewinir Machines:
1. l.xcessive latigue to
2. Liability to get out
3. Kxpense, trouble, Al.
time in repairing.
4. Incapacity to sew ev
ery 1 i iption of
5. --A disiiirrealle noise
hile in operation.
ike r.yriHK .fwinu .maciiixr is kxcmit runu
Al l. TI1K.SK (Ml.iri'TIONS.
It bus a s;r.iig!it needle, perpendicular netion,
in ikes the Lock or shuttle stitch, which will neither
rip nor ravid, and is alike on b:itli sides : performs
perfect sewing on every d 'seripiion of material,
from leather to the thiest Nans.'ok muslin, it li
cotton, linen, or silk thread from the coarsest to the
I'm 'st number.
Having neither CAM nor CO(l WHErX.aii 1 the
least possible friction, it runs as sm.iotii as glass,
an I it is
KMI'IIATICAU.Y A NOISF.I.KRS MACHINE!
It require II fly per cent, less to diivo it than any
other in ichine in market. A Liel o twelve years
of age can work it steadily, wuiiout fatigue or in
jury to health.
Its strength mid wovnKKFfl, simvi.icity of con
struetion render it ntm st iinpossiblo lo ret nut of
crier, an I is (K'AKAN l'I'FD by the company to
giv entire satisfaction.
We r-spect.nllv invit ' all those who miv desire
to sujiplf t'lems dws with a sujierii r article, to call
anil examine this unrivalled machine.
Put in a more special manner do we solicit the
reliant Tailors, Dress Makers.
Hoop-slJrt Manufacturers, Corset Makers.
Coach Makers, M.iitci Fitt-rs,
Shirt and I! 'Som Makers. Shoe Finders,
Vest and Pantaloons Makers.
Mallei igious an 1 charitable institutions liberal
ly dealt w ith.
PR. (IK oF M CM IN FX CO M ',R I'F,
No. 1,-or F nnilv Machine. $15 00. No. 2. Small
sized Manufacturinir. $00 00, So. 3. Larue sized
Manufacturing, $75 00.
CAIIISKTS IX KVEKY VAlltrTY.
We w ant nirciits fi rail towns in the Cnite l Ptates.
where am ncies are not already establislied.to whom
a liberal discount will be given, but we make no
consignments. T. .1. MeAUTlH'i; &. Co.,
10 1. roadway, Now loik.
August 29th, 1S01 17.
Well known to be the best for manufacturing pur
poses: No. 1, Standard Shuttle Machine, form tIv
Sold at $90, reduced to f 70
No. 2, Standard Shuttle Machine, formerly
sold ut $100, reduced to..
Sinner's I.i'Mei- A 'Marhinn
Is the best Machine in the world lor Family Sewinir
and Ligln. Manufacturing purpos s : 1'rice, ( with
licininer.) ami neaiiiiiully ornamented, $.V.
The Nos. 1 and 2 Machines are of great capacity
and application for manufacturing purposes.
Uur .o. .1 .Machines are especially ail ititeil to nil
kinds of light and heavy leather work, in carriage
trimming, hoot mm suoe in iKing, Harness miKing,
etc., etc. They are of extra size, w ith an arm long
enough to take under it and stitch the largest siz
da-lies. 1 her." is scarcely any part ol a I runnier s
stitcning tiiat cannot be better done with them than
by ban 1: so, too, the saving of tim i and labor is
very great. The table of these midlines is 21
inches long, and the shuttle will hold six times the
usual quantity of thread. The large machines
work as fast as small ones.
W e would ask for our I.-ttor A Machines, the
special attention of Vest Makers and Dress Makers,
anil all those who w ant .Machines torrf uimmn;"'
turiiii pm-piiif. They cm!jodv the principles of the
standard machines, making I ke them, the inter
locked si t 'h, and are destined to be tis celebrated
for family sewing and light manufacturing purpos s
as our stanil.ir.l m ictnucs uro tor nianiitactuiiiig
purpos es in general.
We have always on hand, II inming Ou.igos,
Silk, Twist, Linen and Cotton Thread on Spools,
b.sl Machine Oil in Uofl-'S, etc.. etc.
Wo manufacture our own n.c lies, nnd would
warn all persons using our machine not to buy r.nv
others. 'e know that there are needles sold ot
the mast inferior quality, at higher prices than we
charge for the best. The needles sold by us are
manufactured especially for our machines." A Invl
HixfU nt'iy rvwh'r the lrt nt'tvhiue (ilmrt ic'j.
Uur cu-to ners may rest assured that all of i.ur
Urmi h i .Dices are furnished with the. "genuine ar
ticle." In case of sin ill purchases, the money may
bo sent in postage stamps or bank notes.
""Correspondents will pi. -use write their names
dis iuctly. It is all important that we should, in
each oasa, know the Post Olti-'e, County and State.
JijT'AII persons requiring information about
Sewing Machines, their sizes, prices, working ca
pacities, and the best methods of purchasing, can
obtain it bv sending for a copy of
I. M. SIXGKR &. CO.'S OAZF.TTIC,
Which is a beaut'i'ul pictorial paper entirely devo
ted to tlio subject.
IT WILL BB SENT nn.VTIM.
:"Wc have made the above REDUCTION IN"
PRICKS w ith the two-fold wewnf hcncfiltipg the
public nnd ourselves. The public have been sivin
ill:d by spurious machines made in imitation of
ours. The metal in them, fpim the iron casting to
tjie smallest piece, is of poor quality. Their in ik
crs have not the m.aiis to do their work well. They
are hid mvay in seciet places, whirs it would be
impossible to have at their cumin Hid the proper
mx'hauical appliances. It is ouly by doing a great
business, and having extensive manufacturing es
tablishments, that good machines can be m i la at
moderate prices. The best d signe-l machines,
HADLY' MADE, are always liable to get out of or
der, and uro sure to cost considerable trouble and
money to keep them in repair.
The qualities to bo looked for in a Machine are :
Certainty of correct action ut all rales of speed,
simplicity of construction, great durability, and
rapidity of operation with the least labor. Ma
chines to combine these ots 'iiti.il qualities, must bo
in a do of the best metal and finished to perfection.
Wj have the ways and means, on a grand scale, to
do this. The purchasers of Machines, w hose daily
bread it may concern, w ill fin 1 that those having
the above qualities not only work well ut rapid as
well as slow rates of speed, but last long in tlio lin
es! passible working order. Our Machines, umnmli'
ty , w ill earn m iro money with less labor than
any others whether in imitation of ours or not. In
fact, they are cheaper than any other machines as a
gift. " -tfj.OCAL ACKNTH w'aNTK!.)S' J
I. M. SINIiDK x CO..
453 HiioAuw'AY, New Yukk.
August 29th, 180117.
YTON MICHIGAN KAIL ItOAl).
TIME TABLE NO. 31;
i'i f"0 take effect on ank after Monday ,Nov. 461.
"Truius run by Columbm tiint, which is 5 min
utes faster than Dayton time.
Trains Going Noktu.
Toledo nnd Chwj-t Mail. Leave Dayton at 10.1 5
a. in. Arrive ut Toledo at 7.00 p. in.
Vhic vjo and iMruit .Vieif He. Leaves Daytou at
8:15 p, in. Arrive ut Toledo at 3:31 a. in.
Trains Uoino Soitu.
Detroit and Ciueiiumti Mnil. Leaves Tolodo at
:bb p. it. Arrives ut Dayton 8:43,
Ciwmiuiti Xiijkt He Leaves Dayton 12:50 a. m.
Arrives at Davioii 8:30 p. in.
Timofrombetn.it to Cincinnati 12 hours and 40
minutes by each train. Connecting at Lima with
trains on the 1'itisbnrgh, Ft. Wavne & Chicago
Railroad for Crestline, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia und
Southeastern points. Connects at Sidney, w ith the
trains ou the Bellet'ontaine Line for lmliaii :hiIis and
the Southwest, and at J'iqua and Dayton for Colum
bus. J-S?"Xo Change of cars bptwecn Tolodo and
FARB AS IOW A SY ANT OTHKB ROUTf .
For tickets apply at the Ticket Otlico of tbc
Michigan Southern Couipanv.
R. M. SH.iEMAKER, Supt, Dayton, O.
M. SHOEMAKER, Gen. Fr't and T'k't Ag'l, To
VJOTICE Is hereby given that the nndersii.ned
lN has been apHiiuted executrix of the last will
of John Fletcher, late of Wood county, Ohio, doe'd;
all persons interested will govern themselves ae
eonlinglv. F.MEL1NK FLETCHER,
Oct. 21, 18l-Iiw3 ExecutriXi
J . H . S M I T
Would rc-pecifntly inform the citira'tis of Wood
couotr that l e has pel lit uienily located himself in
Howling (liven for Hie pur)ose of practicinir Medi
cine anil Surg 'i y. In dditi n to a repil ir cours
of sin ly. Mr. S. Inisni.lde hiiiMelf nc'iiainte,l wiih
the special in. de of disiinguishing diwis. s by an
examination of the uritv oi the patient as practised
bv the late HU. M! I.AN'HAl lill.and f. rail t'hnmie
Diseases will say mihesit ttinglv that by IoIIoh ing
Mr. D practise in such rase, he has had better
success than froni any othcrin 'thodof treatment.
Among the disp.n which Dr. S. profcscs to treat
successfully may be mentioned the following, viz:
Dyspepsia. Liver Complaint, Conjoin;. tion in its
early stages. Diseases of the Spleen, Asthma. Spit
ting of the l! "'d. I'alpit.ttinn ol the heart, Hheuin i
tisui.Wjiite Swelling, Dropsy, Seivful its Diseases,
Jaundiee, Fein lie Complaints, in all their varied
form, Low spirits or Melancholy, Fever Sores,
l leers. Ac. Ifimiciits with any' of the above or
kindred Chronic Piseasi s will send some of their
ui i'ie taken in the morning in A clean vial, Dr. S. can
in ike a satisfactory diagnosis of the case nearly as
well as if the patient were present.
.Nov. 15, 1800 29if.
LOOD lTKUH'.H AND FLOOD PILLS.
DR. ROllACK'S SCANDINAVIAN KFMFDIKS.
When Dr. Rohack, the renowned Swedish Phy
sician, introduced his Ulimd Ptirilier an I Pills into
the Tinted States, he set forth in pliin tonus their
cnralivei'iniierti 's. This was years ago. The task
of recommending them ha since boon taken out of
his ban Is. Fnlightenc I men, w hose character for
sound judgment an I philosophy gives their opinions
weight in the cominiuntv. in n w ho oiiserve, retl -et
nn 1 m ike "assurance doubly sure," before they do
ci l ', are everywhere approving and urging the use
of these won lerful preparations. All w ho coiili le
in the w is loin mi l honesty of this class, or who
choose to investigate for themselves, uro nmv of one
mindou this important subject.
The evidence in tlio possession of Dr. Robnek
which is at all tim's accessible to the public, estab
lishes the following:
That the FLOOD Pl'RIFlF.lt and BLOOD PILLS
have been proved by analysis to
CONTAIN NO MlNKt'.AI. ',
That they euro the almost universal complaint,
with unerring certainly, and in a very short tin".
That a ter all other me ticines have proved ustl.'ss
they relieve l.tVF.H I'OMi'l.AINT,
anil restore the health and strength of the suH'crer.
That sick h:mai.i:s,
who have languished lor years in helpless weak
ness and deapondency, recuperate with almost mira
culous rapidity under their invigorating operation.
That all Sexual Disabilities are removed by their
cordial and gentl y sliiniihuin'r ropertie. That they
recruit stiATTi:iti:n coxsTiTrriONS,
however, they may have been trilled with and
abused. That th ir direct t 'lidency is to lengthen
life, and render it enjoyable. That operating di
rectly upon the poison of disease in the blood, they
CAl'SB SOON TO HKA1.,
anil discharge from the system every taint of Scrof
ula, whether hereditary or otherwise. That they
lltiCltrlT TIIK PKIill.lTATKP,
and that there is no disease of the stomach or
bowels, the liver, the nervous system, the glands
and niusc. ls,
A R I S I X C. F R O M I M P IT R ITIES OR
OliSTUCCTIONS OK Til 10 1ILOOD
in which they do not give prompt relief, nnd, (if ad
minister M bel'i re the very citadel of life has been
invaded.) effect a painless and perfect cure.
Rear in mind that the Scandinavian I Hood Pills
are en loi's.'d by the experience of ihrusands of liv
ing w ho, leit.r, nlli lavit, medical works nnd word
of mouth proclaim tin in to bo the very best prepar
ation ever offered to the broken down victims of ill
hciilth. It haunts disease through every avenue
and organ of the system, and expels it thoroughly
Noone can doubt theirsuperiority niter one single
trial they nre not only better, but also cheaper
than any other Fills, for it takes u less number of
them to pro luce a belter oiled.
Price of th.' Purifier, SI per bottle, or ?." per half
dozen. Oi the Pills, 2ae. per box, or 5 boxes fort? I.
Read Dr. Rob ick's special notices and certilicates
published from time to time in this paper.
Dr. It.'s Medical Alinuiac nud Family Adviser,
containing a great amount of valuabl and interes
ting medical information can be had gratis of uny of
his agents throughout, the country.
In ilillicult or complicated cas s. Dr. Robnek may
bo con- uli. d personally or by letter, enclosing one
stamp for a reply.
A NEW ARTICLE.
DR. RORACIv'S STOMACH FITTERS.
A new and delightful Stem ichie and Cordial, for
giving tone to the Stom u h, nnd for the prevention
of bilious complaints incident to the Western coun
try. Try it.
As a morning drink, to assist digestion ami re
lieve Dyspepsia, it lias tin equal. Try it.
In flavor it is sup 'i'ior to all other llitt ts. Try it.
The formula of these Hitters, now (lS'U ) tho 'sole
properly of Dr. Rohack, originated with one of the
oldest and most eminent Medical I'raclioners of the
West, an I it is directly pivdieatodupon the w ants of
Western Ii 'oplo.
Tlie.- e Fitters derive their stimulus from the pow
erful tonic nature of the riots and herbs of which
they are ci mp ised, and us they nre, by allaying
unnatural era vines of the sb iii'ieh, directly prom
otive of TEM1 EUANCE,
the pros "lit proprietor believes (hat in making them
w idely known the public welfare is subserved.
It will soon be b r sale by all of Dr. Koback's
iiumeroin Agents, it n I at H itols, ite., the country
over. In the meantime, or lers will be tilled direct
from Cincinnati in any qu mtity, and ut tho lowest
rates. It is put up in 'Quart llottl s, und securely
packed ill one doz. cases. Hilftloz. s ainpl.' casen
w ill, however, be packed und sent to uny uddress,if
Retail Price, $1 per bottle, or six for $5.
Principal Ollice and Sale R loins, Xo. 0, cast
Fourth st.. 3 1 Building from Muintd., Cincinnati, O.
Laboratory in Mammon st.
For sale in Wood couti'y by Peek &, Hiniilton,
lorryslnirg: A. J. Oar.lner ec C., (iilcau ; r..r.
Turner, Portage; S. W. Whitim ire, Tontopanv;
S. Clymer, O.sego; H. Ii. Atl.ins, New Wcsilield;
S. L. Bought m, Bowling (Jreeu j Banks A Patter
son, P. mij. ri ille : A. I. ins lal , Froep.irt ; C. R.
Roseudale, West Millgroves S. B. Emerson ; Eugle
ville; and by druggists and merchants g'nerally
throughout the Union. '01 loly
K A I.ED PltorOSALS
Will be received at this otlice until the first
Mondiyof December next, inclusive, lor ditching
work on two sow-rat Uiletics, described und specihoil
us follows, .o-wit:
Ditcii No. oil commences nt the north-west cor
ner of section 19, town 4 north, range 12 east; thence
c 1st ulong the r tad side, to the center of said town
ship. It is divided into six rod sec tions. Width of
bottom 3 toet to bt ilmn .S.I, nnd 2 feet bottom thence
to the end. Average cut 4 feet to station 33; thence
to st ition 82, 3 feet, thence to the end 2 feet. Slopes
I to Pi. Pavin ent to bo inidu in I and, Ixing the
east half, north-w est quarter, nud west purt north
east quarter of section 29. in said township, in all,
Uo acres. i i. lets win suite now much ot said
wi r, in rods, conini 'iicing ut 0 station (west end)
they will complete for tho whole of said laud.
Also thut part of Ditch No. 40 running through
sections 28 and 29, town 4 ninth range I least, com
mencing at station 181. Aver.igenut, 25-4 feel. Bot
tom 12 feet. Slopes I to 1. .Sections 0 rods each.
Bidders w ill state how much of said ditch, in rods,
they will complete from station 181 downwards for
the whole of tho following described land, to-wit:
the north-east quarter of section 28, in the township
last named (less 21 acres oil' the north-east corner.)
The whole of the foregoing work to Im ci mpleted
by the first day of August next. Bonis with up
proved secuiity will be required, and bidders will
indorse upon their bids the number of the ditch on
which they propose to work .
ADDISON SMITH, Auditor.
ArtiiTOR's Or pick. Wish! county, O.
Pcrrysburg, Oct. 14, 18til2aw6.
ROAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that a
p.-titiou will be presented t ) tho County Com
missioners, at their next regular iession, 'asking
them to cause to ho viewed, surveyed and estab
lished, the following count v rojd, to-wit: Com
mencing at a point on the Pcrrysburg and Fin llay
road, where the north lino of see.'s 10, 17 A 18, in
Perrvsbnrg tp., Wood county, Ohio, intersocts said
Mad, thenco due cast nlonif said north line of s tid
section, until tho same intersects the road running
along the cast line of said sectioa 16 and there ter
minate. JOHN YEAGEK.ot si Piiiiiou T.
Perryfburg. Oct. 2J I, 11- 2S I
BU SIW CSS C ARD s.
jOL'HVI. IMIIM'INCJ iH'I'H'i:.
Having replenished our oll'ioe with new lypea
throughout, wo nre now prepared to execute Job
Work, siieli a Poster, Sale Hills, Proifrainines,
Invitations, Curd, Labels, Pamphlets, nil
kinds Wank ,'!. in the most satisfactory manner.
Order tilled at short notice, nnd on reasonable
One sou iro .5 '
1m 3m fin 12m
1.2 2.75 4.IIH 0.00
2 50 0 00 H .Ml 1 I I ". no
'.j column 4.50 10.00 10.00 22.00 30.00
One column 6.50 15.00 30.00 45.00 00.00
A deduction of 5 per rent, from the above rates
will be in ide for Cash.
The so ire occupied by ten lines of the type com
posing the body of the advertisement will bu a
All Transient a IreriUemeots must be paid for
in a Ivamv to insure publication.
A Iverlis -m 'lit inserted w itn the mark "tf," w ill
be charged for until orb-rod out.
When ve irly a Ivertiseni "lit are inserted four or
more ohanu es w ill be allowed,
J. W. HAII.KV, Pl'lll.lSIIKK AND PRcinilKTOR.
v""l. V A N I! S J I'. V V V. K N ,
Attdiinkt at Lw. Pkiiiivsiu'iki, Ohio, Ollice
In Fast en 1 of 1! lir I House ltuihliog. Will attend
promptly to all business entrusted to his rare
P. W. It. HAY. T. W. IH Tl'lllNSOX. ). f. PII.I.AHS.
VY, lHlTt'IUst I'll. 1. AltS,
ATTORNKYS AT LAW.
Collecting an I Ileal Fstat Agents.
Will attend nroinptly to all busiu.'ss cntruited to
their care. Otlice over Y. .1. Hitchcock's store,
Pcrrysburg, Wood County, Ohio, '61-4011,
.1 IMCT Ml' I! It AY.
p. s. si.r.vis.
S I, V. V I N ,
V II II A Y ov
A T T ) tt N R V 8
Will ntt n I promptly to nil
Legal business on-
trusted toth 'ir rate m ool c uinlv. Oilier
Porryslrtirg Band Building, Pcrrysburg, Ohio, tf
II. liOPUK. J. It. TYl.nt.
) It J 15 & T Y I, F. U.
Attoknkvs at Law , Pcrrysburg, Ohio.
Particular attention paid to Conveyancing and
Notorial Business. Also, for sale, large quantities
of Laud in Wood and adjoining counties. '00-tt
.1. K. I'KICK.
) I It I
II. W. JOHNSON.
V V. .1 O II N S ) N,
Attokni-ym at Law, Pcrrysburg, Ohio.
Will promptly attend to all Law Business entrus
ted to their care, II ive for sale large quantities of
Land, iiiclti ,::" well improved farms, which will be
sold on easy tern.-- '00-ltf
t: O H (i i: S T It A I N ,
Attounuy At Law, Porrvsburg, Ohio.
ill attend to all business entrusted to Ins rare
in the several Courts of Ohio. Ollice w ith John
Bates, 2nd jtrect. '00-ltf
ASIII'll COiK. I'RTUR DKLt..
I O li & II V. 1. I.,
V AtTOIINICYS A Nil Cdt'NSKI.I.OIIH AT L.VW,
Will alien 1 promptly to all business intrusted to
their care. Ollice over Hitchcock's store.
Perrysbtirg, Oct. 2 Id, 1801.
II . 1 O II .
AtfonsuY at Law.
Xanoleon. 11 'nrv ('ount . Ohio;
Will proni'itly ntt m.l to atl business entrusted to
his care in Voud and adjoining counties.
Odico in 11 ilv an I Johnson's brick, Perry street;
August 14th", IS01 l.'ivl.
Dll. .1 . II O W
i: i. i. s .
Bowling Oroen, tlhiu.
D " v.
.1 . II. S M I T II,
IIYSICIAN AND SURtiEON,
Bowi.iMi (Jukkn. Wood County, Ohio.
All calls will be promptly attended to, both day
t A I It l II I' S V..
l C. C. II A I i!D, Piioi'iiiKTun,
1-tf Perrvsbnrg, (.thio.
mi im; i'i.a xi Mfj
and SASH FACTORY'.
D.WIEL LlNDiEY. 1'itopniKToit.
Manufactures to or ler, and keeps constantly on
hand, a general supply of
Doors, Sash, Blinds and Window Shades;
Pine, Whilewood nnd Ash Flooring;
Pino mil Whitewood Doors.
All kinds of Ft. aviso done to order. Orders
promptly tilled ut Toledo prices, or, in some cases,
below the m.
n n d
I E VV E L R
Carefully repaired by
W . F , P 0 M F. R 0 Y ,
At PKititYfnt-RO Bask Bi-n.nisfl. '00-ltf
II 10 CO L L E C. K 0 F T R A D H
C 0 M M E tt C I A L INSTRUCTION.
fllAI'.TKIlKP, MAY, 1801.
No. 170, Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio,
For further particulars, address
U. GREGORY, President.
O A L. O I Ii,
Only 75 cents per gallon!
Only 75 cents per gallon!
Oul 75 cents per gallon!
Only 75 cents per gallonl
At the Drug Store,
At the Drug Store,
At the Drug Storej
At tho Drug Store;
"Oiiib all and try it,
And you'll e'er buy it."
PECK & JJAMn.TO.V-
Ul'GS, MUDICIM'S, PAIHTS AN1
A. J. Gaudnf.k Co., Druggists.
Gilead, Wood Co., Ohio.
Have rooeived n largo stock direct, from New
York, consisting in part of Paints i f nil kinds,
Linski'.p, Tanm-ks, Machine nnd Coal Oils, Fi'k
MTi itHt. Co .to.i, Dkmak, mid Jai-an Vahnish.
Paint, Varnish, Sash, Wuitkwasu, St'ianuiNU
und Lamp Bih siiks.
Dyk Sti-kks, like Joseph's contif many colors.
Glass of ull Sues, 1 tTTTY, Sand and Kmkry
PaI'IIII, Tl'ltl'KSTINE, Alcohol, CaH'ORiiiiiI Swkkt
Oils, English Currants, Prunes, Tamarinds, and
Raiseus, Spice, Pepper, Cinnamon by the lb. or mat.
Ginger, Cloves, Ground and Extract of CoUee,
Chocolate and Cocoa. Starch by the lb. or box.
A fine assortment of Pi:Rn iiKuv Soaps and
A largo assortment of Pl'RE MrntriNBS and
Ciikmicals, and Tildeu's celebrated Medioines for
Wro are selling a fine article of Coal Oil, free
from smoke or smell, at 75c per gallon.
Lamp from five shillings to two dollars.
We believe in tho principlcsof Fowl a Roy
RRKiNTVand Pay as you go, and shall hold our
Stock strictly for CasU or Kkauy Pay, and will
tuko a'l kinds of Grain and Produce in exchange.
Patent Mrdkines of kvery kind.
Gilead, May 9, ISOt if.
O E G U L A R
Porrvsburir and Toledo. a-j- ? -
TheSt3amcr"BELLE," L. C. Loc Master, will
make two trips a day between Pcrrysburg au l To
do during the season. Tho boat will leave Perrys
bmi at 8 o'clock, a. m-, and 2 o'clock p. in .--Returning,
ill leave Tf U'l" ot 1 1, a. m , aul 6.00 p. in,
Perrysburg Journal. Morning Musings.
tt Wtntl.l seclti its lluPih tltpvo wtis fimtigli
IllfCrtily wrilt ".i t. tiuiUe turn j;o id nnd li!Ji
py, if it w.ml.l diilv lie to i,I nml rr-n t !'ol
UMip; vet Bitch is tlu vi'opt'tis'ty lor tlio
y.uith, ntul "cliililrcn of larger growth," In
lii'k nii.l nsk fur muuctliinjj; now, or rallicr
tdil Truth iiiTHSdl in ticw woiils, thnt men
arc oiicouinecil every ilny In wrilo nml
spouk something ti-'lay in ii dilVtcront liirht
from whol lliey iFil ycstcnhiy, yd nii'iitiip;
Iho siiiiio thin;'. The procinus tnitli. of the
gospel in o fi utu (!tul hitcRclf, yd living inc.
sctili'il By different nun tunl wt different
t'tliOH, tliey tHenr ch,tligc.lili', tn those who
lire govcn.t'd in.ve l.y iiiiitcriid iiiti'i i'st than
religion truth. Men live more, from day
to day, to satisfy a love of gain :tml scl '-!ii-lerest,
thtin from it love of Hod lo LeeotilP
exponents, of h:s immiitnlile pi ine'i'lcs on
eurlli. nnd lo mankind. Very tunny will nn
sw'or n cull or invitation lo attend phico
whei t their animal pimsioim could he iatis.
lied, yd would tdittn a point where u "I'easl
of reason and Hew of soul" could he enjoy
ed. Many persons licnrin;; the forms and
countenances of men, would sacrifice pine
principles to corrupt personal gratification,
so strong is tho natural deprtrvily of the
hitman heart. The nncoiiv cited heart fetus
to speak out plain upon a principle of re
form and purity, lest hp may offend Rome
particular person or locality, in whoso com
pany or npou w hich he may he thrown, fear
ing it may nut he neecptiihle to that pel son
or locality. id the iiullior of all i;ood ask
a sin-Kick world whether he should send h:s
son, our Lord Jesus Christ, intu it, to
savo it, hel'oio he sent him? Hoes the true
exponent of truth nsk those to whom ho of
fers it whether it is. ucecptaltle or not Before
lie offers.'? Does the honest tiller of tho soil
tick the ground he plows, plants and sows,
whether it will receive it or not? Nay,
verily; ho cumeu upon it wishing; to
raise a particular kind of grain, and from
the Use and knowledge he has of innnulahle
principles, ho consults the nature of the
soil he possesses, und from that applies the
means necessary to instil the principle he
possesses. If a light sandy soil, ho applies
surface immure, to get a good crop of wheat;
if a clay soil, he subsoils for the same; the
wheat ho must have! So it is with t!od (of
whom every tine man is a miniature expo
nent,) ho requires every man to honor and
glorify him in iminulalilo religious princi
ples, and uses men for that purpose, and
"moves in many mysterious ways" to ne
eomplish his purpose. Men come upon the
stajjc of notion, tu t, speak, think and live,
in some principle! (hat they may leave a
good account of what they possess and en
joy, and if they- four to acknow leili;e the
true source of their privileges, which are
from Clod, through the teachings of Jesus
Christ, they are dead while they pretend to
live. What signifies wealth and cm tidy
riches if the possessor cannot give, a clear
account of what ho possesses. What sig
nifies the Bread w e cat if we cannot Breathe
tho pure air of heaven to assist in its puri
fication nnd circulation through our Bodies?
What satisfaction is there in learning if w e
fail to apply it to u religious use in some
way? When once the pure light of Christi
anity Breaks into the soul, all else seems
siilisci'vioiil to that one thinj; in th's life's
efforts, viz: tho diffusion of light, love and
quiet happiness. It is etily when in con
tact with evil that the true christian Be
comes nn offensive power, and to tho had
and not lite good. Men who always live in
sin and unhelicf, are always ready to judge
others By thir own standard of apprecia
tion, failing to see those good qualities in
which they might possess themselves if
they would only reach forth and grasp them.
So fearful is Iho unhi lieving heart that
some of his earthly idols will Be wrung from
him, that he almost hales tho sight of one
who would Im very glad to iuipnrt the
Bread of life, if tho other would But receive
it. Yos, truth is genernua nnd active, and
only requires httmhle suBmission and Faith
Believing, to mellow the heart for a true
life on earth, and tt Bright homo in heaven!'
Without faith, what is man? Thro' it men
engage, in the various occupations in life,
and diffuse generous principles lo raise up
beings of truth and Beauty to 'praise llitii
from whom all Blessings flow,' und it might
Bo illustrated in ns many dillierent Vvays as
there arc modes of doing tho duties of life,
or acting in the assoeiutiotiB anting our fel
low nion. Wo Believe what is told us con
cerning tho manners and ott.- toins of men,
and when good is Iho result wc are ready
to conform t- theitt in a measure. Ileuce
is encouragement for to livo and act in life,
that they may tratisnvt to uthorR what it litis
pleased (Bid to pci tnit then! to enji y. Many
will read in secret and through faith in what
they see with their physical eyes, w ill learn
to see Beauties of a heavenly kind By the
eye of their understanding; realizing tho
truth, that the Imp in which they suppli
their temporal wants, is But n schoolmaster
to lead them up to Christ. 0, that some
that live in doubt, concerning tho truth,
believe und como ti h;m that they
Otsego. November, 1861.
Little Things. Ten minutes taken from
fivo hours eeenis a very, very email affair,
and yet f r a workman to po Behind ton
minutes every fore, and afternoon defrauds
his employer out of two hourB a week or
nearly tun and a half days in a year. At
81 .SO per day, thi would amount to 515,00
a year practieully stolon, and often by men
bo conscientious that they would deem it a
gin to take applo from a neighbor's orchard
without permission, llow hard it is to come
up to the Golden Hide: "All thing what
soever yo would that men should do unlo
you, do ye even so to them," und who won
ders that this was called the "straight gate"
into which men were exhortft to enter and
which it was said, few men would Be oblo
to fiud T
SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Nov. 3.
Ycfteriley fmn 1 la. dies of tie ei.cmy.
came within 12 miles of ns, and news was
received of the approach of their a lvunce
column I'.fciM) Hiding, ''reparations wero
making lo po out ni.d attack them, when
(ion. l'retttt.rit leceivcd' the tlncouditioi al
order from Washington, relieving him at
once from his commute!. Simultaneously
came the newspaper ni noiiiicing the fact.
The intelligence spread like wild lire through
the camps and created indesci ibal lc excite
ment and indignation. Great l umbers of
otlicet s signilied t;ioir intention to resign at
once, and many companies laid down their
anus, declaring they would light under no
one But Fremont. The General spent much
of the afternoon cxposiulatii'g with (hit of-
tieers. ami urging them Bv their patriotism
and their personal regard for him, not to
abandon tbnr pests, lie also issued tlio
following farewell older to the tr Ol s.
Hk.wmii Ar.TKits, V( slern Depa t nent. )
Sl'I'IMiKIKLD, Mo:, Nov. 2, Ibtil. f
iSoi.ii:ns m hik Mississippi AitMY:Agree
ably to ordcts this day received, 1 tako
have of your. AllliMigh our army has
Been of sudden growth, we have grown up
together, and I have Become familiar with
the brave and generous spirits which you
Bring to iho defense of your country, and
which makes me aiitic'pate for von a brill
iant career. Continue as you fiave begun,
and gave to my successor the same cordial
and enthusiastic support with which you
have encouraged me. F.inulato the splendid
example which you havo nheady beforo
you, and lei mo remain, us I am, proud of
of the noble army which 1 had thus ftr
labored to bring together. Soldiers! I re
gicl to leave oii. Most sincirely 1 thank
y.m fur the regard and conlidenco you havo
invariably shown to me. I ih e ly icgict
that I shall not havo tho honor lo lend you
lo the victory which yon are just about to
win: imt l shall cla.m to snare w.tu you tn
the joy of every triumph, and trust always
lo bo fraternally remembered by my com
panion", in arms.
(Signed) J. C. FREMONT.
Major-General U. S. A.
whole of last evening, nnd there w as a meet
ing almost everywhere. The various bands
scieiiaded the General, nnd whenever he
appeared ho was greeted with cheers.
' Thouith after notifying Gen. Hunter
his older directed, ho had no longer com
mand over the troops, ho spent several
hours in making a pcisouid examination of
Iho ground about the city, to be piepnred
for a bai tie; and in accordance with a written
request from all the Hrigidier Generals here,
ho remained through the night, to load the
army in caso of attack. A II the trooj 8 slept
on their at ins, ninny hflicers leh'umod tip
all night, and tin attack was hourly expect
ed; but nothing inore occurred than the fir
ing on our pickets on two different roads.
The enemy are now encamped on the old
Wilson ('reck battle ground.
Gen Fremont is prepared to leave for St.
Louis, and will go as soon tis Gen, Pope ar
rives, who has been sent forward and will
lake command till Gen, Hunter gets here.
Universal gloom prevails throughout the
camps. A Battle will utidoitbtctUy occur ere
long. Our troops will meet the enemy
lirmly. but they are disheartened, and havo
lost "their enthusiasm. The Body Guurd,
who eoulil not Rave Boon induced to remain,
and who will now disband, as the terms of
their enlistment permi', accompany Gen.
Fremont, and also his ent'ro lall, including
Gen Asbolh, coln'maniler of the fust Divis
ion. Gen. Fremont will permit no demon
Miration from the troops on his departure.
[From the New York Times.]
Gen. Scott's Retirement.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 3.
Gen. iScott took his departure yesterday,
morning for New York. Learning that tho
old veteran intended to take his leave in
the morning, IVesidr'nt Folton, of the Phila
delphia & Baltimore Kailroad, sent forward
his splendid private car for the use of him
self nnd suit, and Before daylight it was in
readiness fnr hiln, at the Baltimore depot.
At 1 o'clock, lien. Scott lelt his ri sidence in
a carriage, aecoinpanic 1 by his slalf Cois.
Cullotn, Vim 11c iiKscUur, Wright and Town
son. I and proceeded to the depot. A '
drenching rain was falling at the time, and
this fact prevented Gen. "dcClcllan and staff,
with an escort of cavalry, from accompany
ing him on the route thither. A numerous,
assemblage1, in view of the hour and the un
propitious slate of the weather, had gathered
at the depot, uluoiig whom wero nearly a
dozen ladies, '
As the General alighted, he was received
by Secretaries ( ameron and Chase, Assistan
Seeretary Scotr, Gov. Sprague, Senator'
Harris, Adjutant-Gen, Thomas, and other
distinguished cilizousi He seated himself
in tho room at the depot, and soon Gen. JIc
Clellan and stair nrriv oil.
For siiiiie minutes the old General and his
former pupil, and now successor in the com
mand of cur army, were side by side in con
versation, which may prove to be their hint
intervievV on earth. A deep silence pervad
ed tho place while this was transpiring.
When tho conversation ended, Gen. Scott
shook hands and bade farewell to each of
his friends assembled, and was conveyed to
the ear; .
At .5 o'clock tho locomotive whistle an
nounced the departure nf tho train, and iu
a moment it was out of sight. Gen. Scott
was accompanied by Secretaries Chase and
Cameron, Adjutant General Thomas, ami
the members of his staff, except Col. Town
scud nud his Assistant A tjutant-General,
who remain to close up the business of tho
ollice, and Col. Hamilton, who left on Satur
day to pi eparo for the Gonernl's leee'ptlon
in Now Ydrk. The train went bv the Har
rishurg route, to avoid tho trouble of being
transferred Irom ong train to another;
ARRIVAL OF GEN. SCOTT IN THIS CITY.
Tho General arrived in this city on Satur
day evening, accompanied by the gentleman
of his stall, and also bv Secretary Cameron,
.Major Genoa! llutler, Ihlgadier-Getierai Mc
Call, Colonel Cullom and others; Onaccount
of the severity of the f.toim, it was suppos
ed that the party would lemain over in
llarrisburg. This circumstance, together
with the heavy rain, prevented the assem
blage of the people, who, under the circum
stance, would have turned out to du honoi
to the rctireing Genera'. To those viL
were present to welcome him, General Scott
gave a cordial grasp of the hand and hearty"
benediction, expressing a wish, however,
thut no attempt at a recaption ahuld l
made. When the crowl about the,car
cheered him, ho said, good naturally, ''Oh.
go home, friends, and don't make a noise."
He was assisted to his carriage, and w
driven to his eon's, residence in Twelfth)
street. Adjutant-General Thomas escorted,
him to his home.
JUL.W9 are informed that the fo,.low!rtff,
regiments of Ohio troop have received,
marching orders, and are espeoted to move
during the present week, viz: The 1st, Col.
Smith; the Itith. Col. Stanley the 19th. Col
Heattv; the 4lt, Col llazen, and the Mer,
Col. FitegeraM. Thoir destination will Lo
to Kentucky, by Louisville direot. . . ; .....
It??L.Thrco of the Jeff Davis private have,
ben i oi-'Tiviotod. nnd one aftjuited, ' ' 1