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Local Matters.
TIME TABLEā€”D. & M. Railroad.
GOING SOUTH.
Tallin li in n ii, .ofl rn
frttfttmrgf. ' .1 ...... I ar an. I rtll r It
Hull Prairie IS Jtf r aaa IMri
IlMklaa l.tm r M and .M r a
ynntagaajr.... ....
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.... i r a eel i.xs y a i
I iw M and 1U 10 r a '
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to
GOING NORTH.
rami ( 4.t a
Caar. t (14
MIHoa.... tn
Wcrtsn t.m
Toatagany..... !.n ra iml IKia
Itattlni .iw r a and 4 "I a a
llnll Fralri R.irl r a and 4 SH a
P.rrTbrt a.W a and 3.IKI a a
GOING NORTH. ACCOMMODATION.
sua soct.
iku imTB.
Tlt.to.., s.na a
TcrnraharK Ml r a
Hall frairl. . -4 i() r a
, llaakln 4 M r a
Tontarani' 4.4i r a
Weataa 11" r a
Miltiia . r a
Gaatar t.to " a
Cuatar.
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Mlllnn
Wanton
Tnntogany..
Ilatkin
llnll Prairie .
Perr.ralairj . .
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Toiedn
PINKOA J. rOW I LI., Agent.
Wood County Official Directory.
JUDICIARY OFFICERS.
tmt Pillars. .Jadgt of tha Onart nf Comman Pleas
P. lln Tnller Juitmi of Ilia Pri-at Cnnrt
Oenrire WtUeH....CIT of Coirtof Oominon I'lcaa
Aleiamlar Brown Proiecating Attorney
COUNTY OFFICERS.
Jnaenh B. Newton.
.. Ceante Amlllnr
John A. HannMI ..
Charles W. Kvers ..
Ptephen Morry
Parlil Dnnalditan
Onirics 0. ftalrd ..
John Rnaaoll, 1
8 W. t. Jaha. V .
Walter OaTiitasa, )
1). Srery. )
P, 8. CanS.'ld, V .. .
O. A. Ailnma,
Coonty Treawrer
Sheriff
Connty Rceonler
...4 . County Pnrvayor
County Coroner
, County Commit! loners
, County Bcbeol Examiners
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
nrncs Kslsblipl.mcnt Heed tc Hnlliger.
Colt Kstniyed-W. M. Hollis.
Vctarinary Si)ieon S. E. Pardee.
A llnehnvnt Notice-Esther Frunkliu.
tiirl Wanted S. . I'ardeo.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Am urchin by th name of WtKiir.TB had his
I ; terribly lacerated beneath the butler of a car,
on Mon In? last.
On Thms'lny eveninp of lost week, the Indies
of the M. E. Chureh, had it Stinwbcrry Festival
which was well attended. The receipt amounted
. to about $no.
Somk misorablo, low-lireil wretch, for l.irk of
othar depredation, h is broken oft the tops oj' nil
the yoiini; trees set out in the vicinity of the
ll.iptiat Church. Sf.'ps should bo taken to 'erret
ont such deprudittorti, an 1 au cxninplu made of
them.
Mkssrs. llRitn snd IIoM.mr.K hnre formed a
ro-pttrluerKhip, and nie now prepared to uttend
promptly to any orders tlpit limy be given them in
a'l tlmt pvrtiiim to a first-class U:irneas rstablisli
Inont. They aro A No. 1 workmen. Their card
will ba found in i ur uilverlisinff eoltmins.
Wi were axreeabty snrpriseAl by a vi.-it fri m
our younp: friend, T. A. Ouuhim., K-q., of l.nw
r nce, Kansas. He gives plouir.jt nccounts of
the West, and of the pruin crops. The corn is in
t issel, and the wheat is all harvested. New po
tatoes selling at 3j cents per bushel ! Corn SO
ceuls per bushel ! We feel like emigrating.
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Severe Storm.
Monday night last was a fearful one in this
locality. Through the entire night it was a con
tinned storm of rsin, accompanied by the most
rivid lightning, nnd thunder almost wittmut
parallel. The volume of water that full was im
mense, an open vessel indicating four nnd a hall
inches. In Toledo, soreral buildings were struck
with lightning. In one instance llio electric fluid
enveloped a stable in flames, and five valuable
horses were commuted. No damage, that nc
learn, lias been dune to the growing cro;s.
Maumee Valley Pioneer Association.
The annual meeting of this Association was he'd
at Toledo, on We.lncs lay,'ho.21ili tilt. In the a" -sencc
of i're.-i lent Xavaiuik and the Vice Pici-i-dent,
Dr. II. Con a NT, of Manuiee, was chosen
President ro l-m. The Secretaiy, II. 11knni.it
r: nd the proceedings of the last meetings and
t icy were alopted. lie reported four members
i in deceased during the year,: Eiikxkzku Wal
nutnog; IloitAt'K ri-.siON?, N. 1). 111. inn and
John Consai i.. The total tiumljcr ol deaths since
the organization was reported at IS.
The report of the Treasurer, J. M. Comhtock,
was read and Tiered on tile.
A committee of three was appointed to nomina'c
officers for the -ensuing yar, and the lollon inr,
having been reported, were unanimously elected :
Vice I'miilmU Oen. Joun E. Hi nt, lif To
ledo j W. C. lloLOATE.of Detiancej W V. Wat,
of rerrvaburg.
JttcordiifJ ikdttarif CUABI.Ks T. WALKS.
(Wreaoonrfiort &errnry John J. Manou.
Tnamrtr Jamk SI. Comstwk.
Jninrrea NoAn A. WH1TNKV, MaVOU IlBia
nia. HXNET ItKNNETT. r -c
The coniuiitleo on printing reported progress,
a did also the committee on Address ; and both
were given further time. The following regolu"
tions wer adopted t " " ;
iVaofmi, That a committee of three be ap
pointed to procure tho publication nf such mat
ters as are now. in the possession of th Associa
. lion, and to compile and revise tho uiu for pub
lication in such manner anil form as tlicy may
deem expedient.
Messrs. M. It. Waiti, J. J. MAKon and C. T
, Wai.cs, were p,ioinU)d said committee. The
fo'lowing was unanimously adopted :
Imilrcit, That the Trustees be authorized to
procure a steel engraving of I'etkr Navakkk, and
chcIi other members of this Society ns they shall
be able to obtain, and deem expedient.
On motiou the Association adjourned.
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Real Estate Transfers in Wood County.
Tho following are tho transfers of real estate in
Wood County, as shown by the books in Hecorder
Mkuky's Ollice, fur tho week ending Juno 27.
1858 J
J. Ama to S. Cobly : pt sj, w sw seo 22, tp
C, range 10, 'A acre- 9i0.
1). i rili to 1'. .Vvers ; lot H. llaskins-1.100.
1 liouis t Worth to
Johnson & i. dmith: lot
54, llaskins $10.
AUx. Hi uce to T
I'errvsliurg - t.Ui.
Veituh; lots 10J nnd 113,
J. Mercer to I). Mercer t i n and n) so see
TJ, tp 4, range 10, HiO acres I ,K00.
llanes A Darenort to J. It. Wight; pt ne su
ite M, tp 7, range 12,7 acru-t(!j0.
J. Urookeus to C. V. A W. Stockcr ; no gee 8,
tp 5, range II, 100 a ores - (3,1100.
M. K. Sharpnack to E. Sliauaharger J ni se
gec 12, tp 3, range III, 80 acres $810.
J. Myer to Wui. Crook; lot 2!), l'erry;iburg
ll0.
J. V. Owens to N.Reed; loU 5i aud 55, Bawl
ing Orecn-WOU.
J. HimJaio to J. 0. Knoll; lot 2C1, I'errysburg
200.
J. W. Enirlish to A. English ; pt ne no aud nw
DO see 10, tp 5, range tf, 50 acres $2,250.
S, Olin toll. N. Vanvorhis ; nw nw and sw nw
gee 7, tp 4, range 12, VV acr s-12,800.
J. A'itmore to J. C. Witmore ; wj se and nj
ne sw see 1, tp 3, range 12, 1th) acres $4,B0U.
A. l. Scott to J. Aplu t ui sw and pi ejj sw
gec 31, tp 6, range 10, OS acies-Sl.flOO.
P. Turner to Uoo, lliiQurJ: pilot 3J7, Terryi-burg-a.-.0.
J.A.Ubannnn to Weddell A Wright j s' no
geo 23 and aV gw ae aeo 21, tp 4, raugre 0, 100
acres 1,281. r i t
A. Sholes to J. R. Moore iBUwUnir seo 1 0
'"(goo4 W "W "c' ' 'p l0 39 "cru
O. J. Poe to J. K. I.npton as se seo 18. tn 5.
rtngell.40acres-$1.000. lp
T. 8. Carman to C. N. Parks ; sw se see 81. tp
8, range 10, 40 acres t:i0. ,r
A. U. Williams A Urn. tn A. Ordwav; ij.'u
gw see ii, tp 6, range 11, 20 acres $150.
J. Urookeus tn J. It. Jjnea ; ne sec 28, tp J, rang
100 acres $2,800.
J. C. lleaupre to A.E. Reed; lot 12, Wtstflold
$H5.
I). Erwln to J. W. Euglith; gw see fl,tp4, range
9, 101 acres $2,000. - -
No. of trgobfers 24 ; total value 131,231.
jAjigg CoHfON Bennett, Jr., beat the world in
hit great yacht race. So Dr. J. W. Poland's Hu
mor Doctor outstrips all other remedies for oleaus
ing th blood. n,14 b; i'gcg ic IIahiltom.
This wool clip ol lluei us Ayrcp, tlio pree
ent year, is cm tuna led at one lunn'rcd ami
sixty llioiis.iiiil (mmiiiiIh, ginl bo wurlli
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The Fourth in Perrysburg.
.... uy i errvsourjc j-n-ng-'T-
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bnnd fir one .rilie nnvsl celebrations ever held In
I'erry-burs; aro ell complete, and tomorrow will
witness pleasant end profitable entertainment,
. . - ..... . ..
.l.pn.priate.aiiraciiT ami wormy 01 in nay 111.11
gave birth t' a Min if V'reerucn. Ti gire eclat
Ilia- ncfaaitn. ten iHim. elnba anil threo be
mnA tilcr banAs will contribute to tlx varied
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festivities of th day.
Th pmcrsaiiin will bo formed at ID o'clock A.
M., and march through the principal streets, e-
after which it will proceed to Ul Xa ltnlll
where, after paiUking of sumptuous dinner, th
dedication cotvnu.ni... will .m.M al i
." , ,
ereuM will U euliren.d
cl music.
wl" ininoientai aud Toval
A or! wAPtti 1 1...! Joti.ra. will
f - nI
Doat excursions will be snother ftature of the
that will add to tha cnjujincnl or all wbo do-
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...r ,..,v.,..v. ,
A grand coneort of Toenl and infttrumcnlsl
muiic will b giron In the eTcning, at the New
11.11, participated ill by all the bands auJ glee
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Tb SiOTiRorbnnn1 Society from Krcmf.nt will
be here in fnrce, and, in company with the ecle-1
brated Fremont Hand, are expected to arrive here
about 8 o'clock in the morning.
In addition to this, tho Association has secured
the celebrated concert troupe .known s tho Ttohmer
Family, from lliiflalo, who will assist in the day
exercises and give on of their grand concerts
the orening. They will las accompnuied by Mr.
ANTtlONT Scm-m.KIt, tho celebrated llohemian
Violinist, of llufl'.ilo. Tho following Is the pro
gramme of the concert in the evening :
PROUU.VMME.
TAMT I.
Tyrolean Songs Tiroler Lieder
7y-of.
Ml.
ny tlio rreinont Hand.
Fruehlings Keho Spring Chorus
lly Concordia," of Fremont.
Duet " Ih widlt meiue I.ii-b''. J.
Ur the Uuiinkii Sisters.
Fantirsie de Concei t for Pianoforte- Wi'tl -uAiinpt.
ltv FlIANK HollNKtt, Jr.
Trio" Ih-liere Mo from Allilla". IVnfi.
liy Miss M. Uuiinkii ami Messrs. fi ruin I A Uoiinkii.
IAKT II.
Huu'iIo Cilv Wallx i. . W.
Hy the Fremont Hand.
l!,illad-''FiveO CIoek in the Moniing.'V.in'W.
, Ity.Miss MaiiV Uoiinui.
Dilet Cornel - From Norma, ai fanned bv '.,Ar.
Hv Messrs. Si'K KKit and Kiiiivkk.
l!.illal ' Won't you Tell )ne !" ItoiiUf.
I'V .Miss M llilllK KlIIINKK.
llvh-t--" See the Palo Moon"-- f'otififi.
liv Miss Makv and Mr. F. IloilNKu.
Double tliunet Dill n Fare."
Spi-isi-x.'ttcl f'tllncr.
, lly " Concordia, J of Fremont.
The tiekels of admission to this concert ar
placed at the low price of 50 cenls each. Tho
d.M.rs will open al 7 o'clock P. M. uud the conceit
begin nt 7:H0.
Tii the evening thero will also be a fine display
lire-works, at tho corner of Juisiaua-iivei(ue
amid Fronl-Btieet.
The Cora lick will ply between this point nnd
Toledo during the iLiy, for the accommodation
visitiors nod cxcursioiiisls. To sum the whole
bii II; , the arrangements are perfected on a scale
liberality that will insure success, and we an-
V'piite largo crow! of visitors, and a ccleljra
tion worthy of tho day.'
[Correspondence of the Perrysburg Journal.]
LETTER FROM NEBRASKA.
NORTH BEND, NEBRASKA, June 8, 1868.
E PIT. It JoI'knal: lu compliance with your
request, after a mouth's residence in and survey
of this delightful country, "I take my pen
hand," as juvenile letter writers usually say,
write you a description of tho samo snd to give
you my opinion of its feitilily, advantages, futur0
greatness, etc., etc.
Coming west fr-'tn Chicago, ns you Innw.you
SKin enter tho gallant young State of Iowa, and
as vhii glide along over hill anil d lie regaling
the vision on tho grandly magnificent i-olliug-prairie
landscapes, covered with apparently ever
living verdure, hero and there dotted over with
comroitablu farm-houses and luxuriant Holds
growing grain, you are irrcsUtihly- impress-d
with the nppropiiatnrss of tho name "Iowa,"
which was given it by its aboriginal inhabitants
n account of its being n " beautiful cmtutrr
This feeling is so forcible that U e emigrant can
haid y ris'.-t '.lie temptation to stop and mlect him
home before reaching the Missouri Hirer, more
fiuiiliarly known out here ns tho "Dig Muddy
Hut, Mr. Editor, my motto in life has been " when
put inr hand to the plow to never look back,'
and therefurj I pressed forward Co this young and
rapidly growing State of Nebraska.
Arriving at Omaha, the metropolis nnd initial
point nf the State, I was struck with wonder and
astonishment at the city-like appearance of
town. Indeed, when wo reflect that but fifteen
years ago (he only habitation on the ground where
nmv rests this splendid young city' of fifteen
eighteen thousand inhabitants, was a camp of
Oui.ilia tribo of Indians, and then take a turn
through tho'brond and handsome streets, and
view its present numerous palace-like retiJences,
metroHilitau hotels and capacious commercial and
busiaess blocks, we can but wonder at the rapid
of the W estcrn " Siar of Empire." Really
tho business c ipacity of some of the wholesale
houses in Omaha would do credit to similar estab
lishments in old. Atlantic cities, whcie American
coinmerco had Its birth. '
lint, Mr. Editor, if you want to seo tho glory
tho crowning beauty of creative o eicnrr.e
thn Platte alley. Leaving Omaha, cither hy
rail or wheel, you traverse a country in every re
sped similar to that you hare just, left in Iowa,
bctitilul rolling-prairie, lor a distance of about
twenty-fire miles. Hero yon cross the Klk-IIorn
River and aro nt once usin red into one of the
greatest, most productive nod maguiliuent vallies
the world, capable witliiu itself of subsisting
entire empire.
Plattu River, from which the valley takes its
name, is it wide, shallow stream, rjlling along
the rate of nbout six miles an hour over an inter
minable bed of quicknand end of very little ac
count Hi and nf it-ell', nlVortliir i.o m rigatii n and
very few lish, but a vast deal of trouble in cross
ing. Hut the Platte Valley, for a hundred miles
more, west uf the Missouri, is the finest grazing
ami larming country, pernaps, nil tilings consid
ered, any here to be found cast of the Itocky
Moiintaiiis, on the American Continent. I am
aware, Mr. F.Jitor, that this is saying a great deal,
and it may tax your credence rather uioru than
can 1 car, but if you don't believe it, nil 1 have
say if, me anil see for yourself.
This valley is principally on the north sidu of
the River, which hugs closely tn the range of
high bluffs that overhang its southern bank, nn
has an uveiage width of from eight to t. n miles.
The surface is almost an even plain, inclining
the east, with the fall of . the lirer, at the r ite of
about six feet to the mile. The toil is a rich,
sandy loam, with just enough clayey substance in
composition to priHiuce Mi nnest wheat in the
greatest abundancr, and yet just light fur comand
vegetable of every description, and rests, like
river, upor- a bed of quicksand.
On the south side of the river, the rango of
binds rises to the bight of about seventy-five feet,
beyond which tho country rolls off into hill aud
dule similar to that of Iowa. North of the valley,
the point (North Bend) rroin which I write, tho
bluff I ises by a very gradual blope tn the bight of
about fifty feet to a table ol splendid lands ubont
twenty miles long and from two to three in width,
whirb gently descends to Maple Creek, a small
stream running parallel with the Platte Hirer,
and about ten miles to th north of it. This
skirt uf land a month ago was nearly all vacant,
but now there is hardly a "vacant eighty" tn be
found on it, so rapid is th immigration hither.
You would be astonished at the amount uf laud
that bag been taken up here this season so far,
pre-en.piious and homesteads, if 1 could give
the figures, which I cannot.
The Union Pacific Railnad passes right up
through this spleudid rallev, along the northern
margiu of the river, for a distance of three or four
hundred mile. The North liend Depot stands
within less than fitly pacej f riiing-desk,
th north, while the Platte Hirer, quite a mile
width, rolls along, scarcely twice a far from
h..'d J . VU"' J'"" "d is one nf the
audsouiest in the Ulliled 8late. ,d bean. pat
I' daily eight or ton very heavy trains
gling
against heavy odds for irreatne'.. .ml
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V...,.. . . , t . ..i-iiii luinr. it ia
CaUv at which ll VuTI "l "'l" ''""d in lU
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I. There iaoae more question you Wiut answered,
.'and I know exactly wh.bil is. Yon want to j
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.snow niirimT mm i. p., ... ...-...f.
' wr), )-,, .j T(, ,1? trutli. Thi place, Horth
Hond. linn been aetih-d now about twelve year
end I have n. Vf .' .v
local rn. flu-re hs urv-r
,,; u. til!,i,
HfWn Illile4 l tll
j.i,;, nlj (os iwa on. -The m n.iv
vmiiii nmn entiarenllvnf good habits, f.
here Is a
lir intclli
-"-' oJ nn "" "'"J1 PT"" m,,,,i"! '.
but the eon
h ,th fa
lnininnitr liaa Of on ao Dnivdlint-1
1 hilihr an far. that ne Ins been rnaMu llrit i.iV. .
,f inll-b.A; t one siita and, with eiwt olT and
sleeves rolled
lieti up, uriuae ninmeil Wlin fpaiW fit
ni-m to 1'inuung sua corn to earn bis
bitttrr.
(tw, Vr. Kditor. d.mllle Tm are futtinU
tired of this, snd so am 1, but the'tlieme is to pro.
ifl-. t hr.".T know where o 1,-are off. I would
like l Uke ro., t the Mp of a neishhorinR bb.8
mhrr,t haey w; uk w
beside aoine noble iM rliirf as he slood nfl.-er. or
twoiilT tenrs nffn trerlraikiiis- a millkiii sere of aa
e.t mm, and note the pnlMtiot.t of kin(lT (.n.le
that animaled liia nneon)iH-red heart sa tli glori-
thoneht of I am mnnnrrh of all I tnrxrr,"
Hashed over his mtnd; and then control h.it with
his pnsent fallen and mined estate, the result of
tlio onward march f diJl and i..a...M..Mt civili.
slloni butjra custeru men could not hUxi I it.
l"'!Tl "'K lim'V,,r,,,' P"' 1 ll" P."",r
old Imliiin," Ac, wonld loim op In your mind,
big limps or sorrow and pitr would patber in
your i'vi'a,nud ynur mrves would giva war, so 1
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Wishing von long life and much hamiinesa. I
am, very, respei-ttullyi yenr jovial Western
FAT CONTRIBUTOR.
Who is Trumbull?
In
ITo is ri coM-lilnn.lod, cold liuttrtoil, cKl
tlmiigliti'd men. . A piece of iet pliicoil in
lite p-tlin ol liia hatul wonlil lntnlly nn It with
the Intent lirnt C'ltiiluHnicntoil from his own
liigul nature, lie dwells in (lie realms, of
tnctnpliysivs. lie knows nothing; of bmintn
sympathies. I5o pnnsessort tin waniitli ot
focliii;; in common with tho nnisa of nmn
kind. A nioiiHlnmity of cold cnktilalUin,
lio weighs tho fade of h nation at n ntincrl v
Imttiiur would weigh Ion renin' worth of
meat, afraid In uiiv'e uno lentil nf nil iniuce
in excess of piiwilivo t-xarliu'sn. lest he
ininht lust) oiio O'lUini'i n (ilthy Ittero. A
Mini len t;us!i nf iiii'iiiii-i HiMiiiiiioiit would
Kl.ti'lii" liitii nn ii'iu aei.--if ilh tln -rtmlera
and til t vi: him tn an instant iipplit-ntiiiii td
alt iiigeht rutueiliea. Cbituuju. Hi'indUom.
LITERARY NOTICES.
Tlio Mil raerj-.
i
Is hen. mini! more attractive than ever. With
i t ie July number tnniniencos the fourfli senii-
nnnttal volume, Wheiever there is a chill, this
excellent magazine should be- fum'slied" it. Try
it one year, and yon ttoiild not part with it lor
many times its vu!u, ,,
, 'I'm ins-Single uuniliers 1 j renls; for ixio year,
fl till, in inlvauee. Address John 1 Sliorey, 13
Washinglontreet, Jloston, Mass.
llurpei'4 l'i toi ini Ilislory ol ttie
ru;at lli-beltiotl. ...
of
II. is reached its lliii ty-second part, which brings
tho record of events down In April, ISilj,ninl con
sequently shows that the conclusion of tho work is
not very distant, lis utrativeis clear ami inter
esting, its typography excellent, and its numerous
portmils, maps nnd oilier illlut'-.Uhiiis Ulu. line
specimens i f w, aid eiiyravmg.
'I'lie I,ile of I'lyaMCN S. ;rnilt.
Oeneral U. S. At my, by Husky 0. DkmIno,
issued by the National Publishing Company, in
Ciiiciunnli, is one of the most readable of the nu
merous biographies of General Orant which have
recently appeared. It has obviously been pre
pared with care and filelily. It makes a very
handsomely printed volume of over five hundred
octavo pages, is illustrated by a . steel portrait of
Ghant and a view of his birhpjact) anl is s il l
by subscription.
Our Vounj: kVollia. , ..
in
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July, l-.as the followtn l.iblo of contents :
A Story of the Sea, by Mary Master : Straw
berries, a poem by Trowbridge; F.lis.t' Piano, by
Mis. Hale; William Henry's Letter to his Grand
mother! tho Cage in Central Park; by-0. 1).
Shanly ; a coiitimratinii of Dr. U ayes' Castflway
n the Cold : Out in the Showers, a nucm hv Miss
rresci'ttt Shoals and Quiekjands, bv Helen
Weeks; Lessons in M.itie: Tinv Ditvv, bv M irv
Prescott: About .Me in My Travels, by Mrs.
Wal'ier : Tnu llivuliil, a p idiii liy Lucy Larcom j
Music, Ac. The illustrations are nuni jions and
excellent.' '
Terms Two Dollars a 'year t three copies, Five
Hollars: live copi -s, Eight Dollar.!; ten copies
Fifteen Dollars. The Atlantic and Our Young
Folks will bn sent together for Five Dollars a
year. . Published by Ticknor et Fields, Uoston.
STRENGTH vs. WEAKNESS.
the
or
the
to
a
Debilitated men and women made bo by a pro
cess based upon the impuiities of your' blood:
Why risk the danger of greater prostration - while
absolute and permanent relief.is within reach, it
isit fatal mistake nith thousands, -that only the
prescribed medicines i f physician can cine tiem,
and thev (hi not consider the nature, puipmo or
operutiuii of these drugs ill their ciHii.Hiunded con
dition, but swallow them simply on faith t and
rarely, if ever, derive any positivo. benefit.
Now, we say that it is sound judgment to uses
remedy which it can be shown has effected actual
and enduring cures, and such is Mi.hlcr's Herb
Hitters. It will cure the 'feeble of their ailments,
fortify them ngaiust the dangers of malaria,
changes in the climate, fiiictuatiuus nf the temper
ature, Ac, while at the same time itdiraces thn en
tire system nnd energizes tho whole man. Wo do
honestly urge sullerers to ' throw physic to the
dogs," and hereafter use Mishler's Herb Hitters.
Sold by all druggists and dealers. Dr. S, 1J.
Uaitman A Co., Proprietors, Lancaster, Pa.
Tits' SAHSAPARILl.A DlliOEHS OK YCCATAN.
This sirpular set of people nro descended from the
ancient Aztecs of Southern Mexico, and still re
tain some of the peculiarities which Stephens and
Preott gave of their nnccst' rs. Dr. J. C. Ater
& Co. employ a fcuiall army of them in digging
Sarsaparilla root. Provided with narrow spades,
a coil of rope, and a bag of water, they are ready
for the forest where the wild banana furnishes
them food, and thick-leaved-trees aro their only
shelter. Few of those who find themselves re
juvenated by this product, kujw how much they
are indebted to the toil uf these humble laborers,
who dig health for thousands o Doctor Ayeh's
patrons, whiiu they sometimes toso their own.
Uwtttm Cummrrciul,
nt
Tlio Luke ol the Dlsinul Swamp. .
They mailt her a grave too cold and damp,
For a heart so warm and true,
And she's gone to tho lake of the dismal swamp,
Where all night long by her liro-lly lamp,
She paddles her light cnuou. ,
They might haro had her for many years fo
cheer and delight thehi, had they checked her
cough, and saved her from Consumption, with
Dr. J. W, Poland's V) hit Vine Compound, which
jo ivr 'ih' in curing the most obdurato cases. It
Is the ne I'lnt vlirn for all pulmonary alfectious.
Sold by all drupgists at one dollar per bottle.
PERRYSBURG MARKET.
[CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & co. ]
PERRYSBURG, July 2, 1868.
Arri.ES Gi-een 1 bii 1 00 ; dried 1 25.
liKKS A.x-25e.1l! lb.
Hi'TTtt-2ii25 V lb t Eggs, lS(g20o V dm.
Flouk-9 U0e!il3 00 Ir barrel.
GUAIN-Ear Corn $1 00 V 100 lbs.; Oats 55 to
65c; Rye 1 (10. Whea. 1 "02 50 V bu. Shelled
Coin, 80 to 80c. ,
Lahii 20 to 22c W Th. '
Potatoes 125t.150c bushel. '
Salt-2 7S V barrel.
WuuL-aUialUc V lb .
TOLEDO MARKET.
TOLEDO, July 2, 1868.
"i
1
FLOUR Fine, $7 00i7 50; Kuperiue .8 W'(i
8 25; Extra, 50eiil0 00; Double Exlraaud Fancy,
10 OOvil.1 00. live Flour, $0.
OH A IN Wheat 2M(i)iabc Corn 82'J3c; Oats
71c; Rye 175o ; Harloy quiet.
LAUD Prime, in bbls, l'Vc; do. kees, 17c.
HUT PER Fresh roll 30c; in keg 35c.
EOGS-22o I
GUOCEUIES Coffee-Rio 22(l27o; Java 38c;
Sugars raw sugar lld!!l5o ; crushed 174l7"c;
granulated 17e: A coffee lO-o; U entfeg ltte.
C cofTea 15'roiltfc. Teas ouug lly son, gl)(t
175a; imperial 120:i175e; Hlack lUtHfJ ItiOe t
Japan 100 4125c. Molasses 854100c. Sirups
fair 85(.j'l5c; good 80?"5e ; prime VO.ijnoc.
Rice Rangoon 10c; Carolina lie.
LUMbClt Clear $50; 2d clear $45; box $ll:
stork boards $22; common boards $10; eulled do
$11; fencing $17; cull fencing $11 ; flooring atrios
$18: 2ildoili; ioisl. sjaiitliim and limber. 18 feet
and under, sl; A 1 ll-nicli aswod shingles i 50;
A 8 ine1' "" Umle J awe.
bi-Klcs 5 00 and 4 25; clear and second dressed
UooringlOOO; common dressed Kiag 30 00;
suiiug fti, ,lred .tuok common. lS-iuch, $24:
drtMd ootuuiou buA.dM ttS: Lath A tin. . '
MERCHANDISE.
. -
READ! HEAD! HEAD!
1" "V
SEMI-ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT! !
l IC. iIIII.I.IjK A: CO.
ARK AGAIN OFFERING AT
POPULAR PIUCKS!
THEIR LAISCE,
-OF-
Spring & Summer Goods.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS!
To Cash and Close Buyers.
"Wo nro QolliiiK i
OOOI) ntlNTS,
Al ti cents.
lloavy Upown Shoot in.ir,
18 to 21) cents.
Blcachocl Muslins,
to ti cents.
nELaAIXKS,
From 90 In S3 cents.
miKss coons,
A largo assoituieiit nt o ltargniu.
White Goods, Lawns, Tiiiiimiris
At n sarriliee. '
I'HCIAL BA1M3AIXS INr
SACKINGS & SllAWhS.
WOOI.KN. GOODS, .
AS CUKA1' AS RKFORK Tllli WAR.
A Sl'l-CIALTV, AM) VUUV LOW.
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
IX UKKAT VAISIETV.
GROCERIES AND CROCKERY.
U'c arc Kfiluciti? r rlc os, and arc
Dotci mined to Sell Our Goods.
We Solicit an EARLY CALL, and make it IX-
TEHESTlXfl to All nbo will Comr ami Sec U
Wis Viy CASH, as usual, for
Staves, Wool & Produce
GENERALLY.
Do Xol Foi-rt tlio riacf. , '.THE- PEOPLE'S STORE.
F. IS. MH.LEte tV CO.
Perry sliurjr, May 211. ISM. 3fiK
i . 1
FOR THS SUMMER TRADE.
AT THE
Corner of Front-sired and . Lo'iiisiaua avcmir.
SUAIAIEU HAS COMI2!
AND W1TU IT
F(NE ASSORTED STOCK
BUY GOODS
MEBCHMBISE,
Which every one ghouM
GAT, AND EXAoIINK
Uefore looking eldeivhero for
CHEAP GOODS!
I HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND
Tho Best Stock!
Ths Best Styles!
.' :' ajso
Sell at Lower Trices
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE
IN NOUTITEIIN OHIO.
W . .1. HITCHCOCK.
. rarjluii, Miy li 13(56. -..''. 30u
MAGNIFICENT STOCK
HEW; GOODS
'-'AGAIN!
NEW YORK COLUMN.
Osbnrn M.inuf.iclurln? rompany,
!( lih-t kor-alu-cl, N. V.
"C.mi!' Mill) AMi ANIMAL CACKS.
MANt'FACTl' UK. oh lvhv ihia c. tupaiiy at
Hri Ipoport. Conn.. U-t Loiter-fak-ul of
lh l'niie, ftMt.K.
Thea l'iea are of a prrj varielv f lvlr au l
flnUh.an inelwto I ' A N A HV, rAUllOT, MUCK.
i.Mi-lilitlt, MJHIUKKI,, Ae.
1'hef are HiiHImmI in a anrior manner Bo
I'ainl of any rltmcrinlion nhidi I ao fatal In
hirila ami animal n, beiiif uaet) in their coiwlrun
lion. I lie ar vermin rool. Iitnl Fancier will
apprcetaU' theae polnta of exrrllencn, an be found
in no other ci;ea. Thev i-vceiveil the hhheal pre-
- .1. - ft .ft V- X1 I.
iiiiiivmiui noieinvau jaautvi ana avit tor
Mll fair of l(07.
1aulion. All our rapes are alamiM-n with nnr
nam oii thvni. Henil fiw rirrular and ptic
liat. UKOIU1K II. HILTON.
7u
lloneral Ajfent,
Tiemaim's Laundry Blue.
f ItlllS lllue 1 ntannfaelureil
X expraly fur W nshini
pnrMie ly the welt known
('olor tnaniifaetiircra, l, I
5 I p inl t '., and bein((
jpeifectlv Pure anil iw from
neul. It auliea a want whirh
lias long been fell, a Itlut K-aiiA
ri'f Hot iMNra rlh- iYofaa.
- It t ut up in convrmoiit form, In oolite, or.r.tr
those w ho prefer usiuif the powiler, in neat wotnl
en boxes. ISoht br Urorera anil OruKKiaH.
J. 11. TIKMANN, Hole Aeni,
Ti Sltl l'earl-trn t, N. Y.
wat nus
.Mrlodeons, r.irlor, f hutch & Cabinet
oxx.o-uiJxrt3,
A ml I'lrst li c in I ii m riiinoi.
With Inm Kratne, Uversirunft Il.ms and AiirufTe
Hi nice. 1 lit) best iiiamitiietutvu. ai-
rauted for aix years.
tl( 1'IANOS, Mclodoons and Oicns or nix
I IK" flrst-chiKa inakera, al low in ii-ea for cash.
or one-Kith cash and the balance in monthly in
stallments, f..r tvnl, and rent money applied if
pnrcnaaeii. nee-'ii'i-naini iii-uininenis at great
bargains. ltlit.-.trat(Ml cainliiues mailed. Mr,
Water ia the author of six Sunday School Mu
sic Hooks ; ' Heavenly Helloes,'' and new S. S.
Hill," just isneil.
IMHiCAK M'ATKliS, A CO.,
Wiii'crooms ISI Itroadnny, N. Y.
TIsTIMOMAL.I.
The Walrra I'iathis are known a aninnjr the
vi-ry hehl, .V. ) r,e.OHVi'..
We can Kpe.ik ol the Watera Tinni from ner
sonul kitoh-di;o as . beiiitf ol the very best ipiality,
(yii-fftfofll lH f" Me r.
We have one ot' Mr. Waters' Pianos now in our
residence, where it has stood for Vear,of which
any manufacturer in the world niiuht be proud.
We .have ulnavs bieii ileliu'hted trith it ns a
sweet Lined and potveii'ul iiistriiinenl, and there is
no Unnl. t of its ilinaliiliiv I more than this, some
of the best amateur players in the city, ns well as
several ccleinatcil pianists, have perlormed on
tue same pi. mo, ami all pronounce it a superior
and tirst-ehiss instrument. Slrivnjjer indorsement
no cannot jfive. ! junrmii, in
22 XeVflly St'iiin. .Eiiiliiniili'riiirf am
isr.vcnTNj:.
Complete with Table lor only $22.
AflflNTS Wanted, Male or Feinalo, to sell the
Novelty Sen in;' and KiiibruideriuiJ Maehine,
the most complete machinecver oll'ered lor sale. It
win uo nil kimls ol work tliat pan bu done with
the hiuh-iinced maehine. It makes the famous
Klastic Lock Sliteh, that will not rip nor break,
oven if every third stileh ia cut. It can be sold in
almost every family, including a great many who
nave tno nigii-prieeil machines, tor its embroi
dery, in which it expels uHr others. Send stamp
for circular. All lu ichin.-s warranted and kept
in oruer ior one year, r ree ot ciiarge
KMMIvS. CHAM t CO..
Sole Agent for tho United States and Canndas,
izx v.iiestnui-siieel, l lniaileiplila, I'a,
4fe
i
thev
tuti-waslieil
Try Me nml Vou AV1I1 Sorely Ituy Me.
I1VIS IATK1T
Three-Minute Cake-Mixer.
intliapeiiaiihlu to every Family, Hotel, Steambunt
nnd ite;litumut. -rPIlEmnst
useful domnstto article ever olTercd
L to the public for the sat ing ol labor and of
strength. This machine is for mixing cakes of
an am is, piniilings, omelets, lor beating eggs, for
iintsiiinK iH'iuioes, ior innniunig urenit, txc.. per
forming tiie operation quickly, perfectly ami thor
oughly. All will be convinced that the same ar
terial will go farther an l a c.iko will bo much
heller in every way when made by this Mixer.
It is alsu useful to the painter and the druggist
and for everything tint rcuiiires thoroiiL'h inixinir
or beating, this machine will be found invalua
ble. The price is ao low lint it is within the
reacn ol every laiuiiy. Agents wanted in every
county. Liberal discount to dealers. Kctail
price $5 each. Slain and county rights fur sale
hv O. L. NK WI OX Jt CO., I'rouvietoM, 71 West
.11.1. .... , v v '
mil sio-vt, ji. i.
UENEDIOT'S TIME
WATOIIE S .
Flue Jewell y ami Silver '.rare.
BENEDICT BROT'. NEW STORE,
NO. 691 II no A It WAY, IV. Y.
Ilt:tvecii Amity nud I'ouilh-ats,
Iteiictllct Bros., 171 Ilrondwny.
KteCS OP TIIE OT VOCK CITY TIME.
Solo Agent fur Ketnontoir Tower Clocks.
Also, Agents for tho Celebrated
AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCHES.
Importer or Foreign Wntcliei or the
juust uuitiurniea iuoiLCrs.
All of our (loodd"aro WAKRATTISD
and wo offer them lo the public at th
LOWEST KAILS.
iinlown
7zx
No. !)! liKiiidwny, Neiv York.
C1)C Florence iciuing Harljiite
1iin awanteu too rirai 1-rtMniiim nt I he
tollowing l-'itirs and ludualriul Exhibitions,
uuiuig toe past acason : ,
New Kngliiml AgrieuHurnl, Providence,
N. Y Stnto Agricultural Fair, BulTalo,
lMccli.inlu's AsHoeiution, liowell,
Autericuu Iustiluto. New i'ork,
Jliiryland Institutes, Italtiiiiorc.
Ileriiles nutiioroiis minor State and Co.inty Fairs
lliloughout the Country, thus establishing our
claim that tho Florence I the liiial I'nmily
Sctvnig AlHuhiue in tht) World.
KLOKKNCH SLWlNtl MACHINE CO.,
50 llroadwav, N. V.
Send for an Illustrated Ci-cular. " 7y
siiaws
chemical mimv POLISH
i OR cleanioir and noli!.hinfr mirora. w-inilnu-.
I show. rases, tin, Hi illania ware, and uietals
of every description. It docs away w ith all the
inconvenience of soan. water nud slons. with their
.tleiidant destruction (if paint, carpet, fl umes, Ac,
iiiHiamiy comuiues witu anu reinovra crease and
Mirt of every description, leanntr the surface ol
metal or glass not only peilecily clean, but bright
ana ponaiieu,
Nofamilyoverusiog.it will do without it.
I'rico 31) cents per box. For sale everywhere.
Agents Wanted,
Manufactured hy J. SHAW, Chemist,
'lit 111) JOIiu-strvot, UridgeKnt, Coun.
BENNETT, JOHNSON 1 CO.
Have removed from 4i Doy-street to nlj Broad
way, corner of lloiiston-at New York.
MANUFACTURERS OF TIIU
jitiu hU Ijjingle Bracket.
P1IK Shingie Rrackel. i especially adapted fir
1 Uuilders, House Joiners, llasona and Car.
neiiterk. With it a scad'ohling can be built in
less lime upon a roof and with greater safety and
taken doau aa ouiekly, without tearing a nail
hole ill the naif. Itctail price $A per doten.
Send for illustrated circulars. Order promptly
tilled, nt wholesale and rutail.
Territory for sale anywhere In tho United
Stales that is not sold ou the Steam Cooking Apparatus.
DliNXlilT, JOHXSOX A CO.
In - 412 L'loudiriiy.
MERCHANDISE.
Washington Woolen Mills,
N't! A II nKVNOI.D.S' MILLS,
MAUMEH CITY, OHIO.
Tho M ashinplon YVoolcn 91111s Co.
t FSPKrTKi i.i.Y t,.r.a-. ih..i r.in.A. i4 n.i.
mm la l.ncaa and dtnia Coantk-s, that
hare on hand the lariresl and most aubslan
lial at-irlt of Wt)() I.K.N (KIDliH ever oik red in
Noithweaterti Ohio, consisting of
SINGLE AND DOUBLE SHAWLS,
I'loin inl Fuiifj Imililo and Twlat Con
pinicros, H.iliitornl Skirts, Mcltons,Tri
cola, Ii.-iilie' C'lotli, l'liiin nml I'nncy
l'laiil I'lttunols, nil wool, Plain ami .
Twilled Sheeting. IMaukcts,
Joans, Stocking Vnrn, etc.
iVfcirli TVy Ofltt in lv(mt for ffwl or Ch.
Our maehinerr ia all new and nf th most tin-
Iimved tlescription. We are prepared lo do Knit
.'arding, CarJinu and Spinning, manufacturing on
hares or bv the yard.
V ool lor Roll or ('anting ami Spinning must be
amt picKeil, in onlcr tn insure pood
work.
"Thai'.Vfhl for th liln-ral patronage teeeireil In
Ihe nasi, would aav to our old customers, and all
others who may see fit tn patmuixe n, that wo
have, at civat eanense. tltt.sl nn our Mill with Ilia
best machinery that could be got, and secured tho
services of skillful ami experienced workmen, an
that we are rnahlcd to do work In a atyl hitherto
unsurpassed in the Counlrv.
WitshincKiii M'oolen Mill C.
Maumee City, Jun IS, IH!. IS
110! FOli BOWLING GUEEN !
BOUGHTON'S NEW STORE
is tuk i'lack ron
13 A.KaiVTlS3"S.
s. l. nouairroN'
Keeps the I.nrgest and l'est Seleeted
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
III Howling Oi'ocn, Ohio,
" Whielt ho is now selling at tho
LOVEST MARKET RATES.
No inferior Oisa's bought or sold. No "balls"
or improper measures lued. lu induce customer
buy.
Fail lOMlinjjr,
I lononihlo Compet ition,
Ijivo tviul Ijvt Jjivo,
Are umllnca nixler ivhieh he has dono bnslnesa
for Thirteen Veins In Hon ling (iroeit, nud hy that
same rule he will conduct nil future transactions
with his numerous customers,
lie invites nil ill need of Merchandise to Call
ami examine the
Style. Qitiility nnd 1'iiee of Ills .'ood,
With this consideration in the matter,
HE WILL MOT BE VKDEBS0LD!
Hut will oiler
HAIta.MNS TO AL.I,!
fr-l?" Tho 1ie.t jiluee in tliia county to
liny or Sell I.UM1JKR.
Howling Green, February 7, IStlf. 4ln
OlT X T II V I'KOD UC Ei"r e vcryTlescri lit iiui
taken in exchitngo fur Groceries, at the Store
tit; CLEAF.
1)OTATOESof a superior quality, and at tho
very lowest market price, can be had at the
Grocery Store of C. LEAF.
ISTJDW GOODS
AT Tn
NEW BOOK STORE
OF
G. FINKUKINE11.
New Stock Latest Style Hats
Just received a largo stock of New Styles uf
WALL PAPER AND BORDERS
Alsu, Window Papers and Ttustio Khades,
now the best thing in use.
School Iiookw of All Kinds
Toy Hooks, Testaments, Uibles, etc., etc.
Stationery.
Such ns Envelopes, Huff nnd White, nf nil siiesj
Fisilscap, Legal Cap, Congress Letter, Com
mercial Letter, etc., etc., together with
lOlnrilsLs,
For Ttniintics, Pensions and Justices; Hlaiik Hooka,
Diaries, Mi'inoramlums, Inks uf all kinds.
Toj'-s, Pictures & Frames.
Also, Frames made to order on short notice.
Musical Instruments.
Violins, Flutes, Fifes, I'iccalnes, Violin and Gui
tar Strings, Sheet Music, and everything
' usually kept by Book Stores. '
YANKEENOTIONS.
Ladies nnd Gents' Paper Collars and Cuffs
Shakspeare and Ilegatia Collars latest style j
Worsted and Alpaca Dress 111 aids I
. Wateifall Keck-ties . .
Dress Huttons - , .
Velvet Kihbons;
Sewing Silks j
Ilosiery (
Handkerchiefs
Suspcndoia ; -.
, Gloves, tlitls ! -Lombs,
Huttons ;
Needles, Pins, iiC. Ao
I intend to keep a good assortment of Hooks,
Stationery and Yankee NolimiH, uud won't In) un
dersold. For Cash only.
' C. FIXblUEINEU.
Ilisid's Hlock, l'errysbiirg, O. . 'Mil
GILKKKT 1S5L1CII,
DEALER IN
DllY GOODS, CltOCERIKS,
CHOCKKKY, COUX-MEAL,
HATS !i CA1VS,
HUAUY-MADK CLOTHING,
BOOTS & SHOES,
FLOUll, SALT,'
NAILS, GLASS.
M ill I'ay Cush fui ouy Quantity o
I'errysbmg, March 11, 1SA7. 4nu
ilEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
170U lien's aud Dot's wear, at.
BEACH'S.
1 1 ATS Si CAPS.
A LAUGH assortment at
C. BEACH'S.
Flour of All Grades.
Y ihe barrel or sack, for sale al
U. tEACII'ri.
BOOTS & SHOES,
O
F tit best ou.tuia-ma.ky. ia variety at
BEACU'H.
SCHOOLKXA M 15 E R 8 ' NOTI C K.- The Hoard
will hold their noil regular sesaion for lb
esaininatiunof Teachers, at
Millgrive, Tuesday, Seplemlier 1, 1S1R.
Bowling Uieea, Tuesday, .Septemher 1 J, IS08.
Perrysborg, Tuesday, October , 18K8.
Iloiiseholdur'H, Tuesday, November It, IStlg.
Applicants nerd not apply for Special (exami
nation, but are requested to attend tho stated
oieeliiigsnf Ihe Hoard.
Alluorrenpundeiic with the F.xamincra should
be directed tu the uu Jersigncti.al Weslon, I).
' U, A. AVEUV. Clerk.
Its
ll
nf
a
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MERCHANDISE.
THE GREAT, NEW ENGLAND REMEDT)
DR.J.W.POLARD'S -7
WHITE PIHE CGMPOUHD.
THE WHlTt- mi COMPOUNO CURES.
Bw Tkro Oolda, cj l:"
t4ia, CorclHft OlpktJierla. w3- :
v-f Bro-Kkitla, Bpittiaj tZ.
;rTV Blc4, , Jalawuary "t'VZ'
TTTAftTactiOHiettrally, j
II a rvwaraaot yia
edy for Kidney Com
plaints, Diahatea, Dlffl
ealtv f voidinic Urio.
i . v . i n .
Sldtnar from tk Ildneya, Bladdar, aatt Orkvtl.
"It earl) lntheartlnof KVO IhaUhia Cnmi
pound w a originated. A memtnTof my family wnl
arllieteil with an krtlalionTnfth Ihroal, altrnilr.t
with adlaKreeahlemish. I hail foraoiiieinnnlhi
previous thought llxrt n prernration, linvtuic fot
hasia Ihe Inaido hark of white pine, might W
ooinwundt a to b very useful U thai-a.-eof lh
thniat anil luna.. To test lh valuta uf it in th
faaealludid to, I omnundcd A!iuii!!itntttttjr of
the mrdieln that I had hen planning, and vat
in teaspnonful thwea. Tho result was xrrel
Inaly Rrnlifylim. Wilhln two days the Irritation
the throat waft removnl.thS'roitith subsided, antl
aiwdy cair w ueeletl. Soon after thla I ni
omo lo a lady in Londonderry. X. II., wbo il
ben aulTeriiii fur muiio weeka from a had eouuh,
occir-loiml by a audden odd, and had raireil tnaena
slrenked with blood. 8h aoita found vwlirr. ami
sent for more. Fh took about ten omi of it.
and (ot well. J.U.Clark, K.n., editor of the Man
ehtwter Ao'ly Mm, made a trial of tha samo
prcitaration in the ca of aevere C"ld, and was
cured Immediately. Uo was ao liishly pleased
with the results, and an enittldeut ofsueosssatli-nt!-ins
Its sale ir plawdhclo the public, that h
flnnlly por.iiaded me to (Ive it a namo and send
it abroad tu UencQt tho aalTotinit,"
IOMtltnanlnlai. .-,
A Tfrg littyr wl.'r I'wrniff.rai Wimr,i,h ni
afmoy btn rrrriml frm i'ay..H-nin-, iltttitnnr, .I,k.
lAfcu-i'ft, mi', rn(Ml, fivm oil rlitawi in f'nrti, ip aK
tnii tn la. ami ilulitriM Isriaa n Mi ll'aila lm
VompHHU. . .
r. A ICIIOI.S, nf -.Va-IAjl-M, I7Hn ','
,ad lt H'Ai'ff ISn OmiKfiatt hi fcr r.ry rIKrt-
ei'mia, n-4 ml 4m cmtht nml irfAcr flm i nri,inm.
ut dfra ia nflrv4l m of Ikr Ihilmva, ttdxli'g f Iht
foNfttvA, and eirart- kimlneii iMyna..''
Are. , A". CIUW, if ffaMwy, A", ff, vrilrt .
" I tvira rvanf.fl jmwr H'atfr iVm fis,
hk( it nn I'ftmifiMM. 'mnli. I f'H trull .. ikvl I
ewml It nt trtm mtfrt fthtriiti ntt'l ntn-r lis trr.
I Knrijmt r.a (A tnv- asJ fat a a1., mud it mm At
Muriaifij'jr.1' j
Fma JM J. Horr. . .. ,
nr. ror.AXi).- nii niiinrmr, n-- try.
.HI , ftMirA bnnht u.. nry M-nti-r ffsA, o ia
tiitr nmi Ihhok, nml rxtitiiiji W..l. i tru ulw tr
Sniffy tJHidnt trill) la.il Inmlil. mmr rUlrtm-Ihf Kinr
lliMWiliaf. ' Ikt thrrt nin ! Anrr ImH ivf
HtHck Irotittiftl tfitlt aty thnn1 tintl lttitf,rlitii;i totnto
riuis alt immrntr tiflil, trith rt ImM rtiMph aftrr rttl'nitrf
Mar.l. I frit thnl siy timr hrrm muM li jAwf Hmlnt I
s yt rrlirf. Tliit ti-rimi, I Kua iu.c..( .. ti .m
H'aila Vim tmfnml, lluu)tih m (,nVA ia it n-i, H,ill
hvt, to My aatmtiiSmrHl, hrt'ore I hri hitya ImHIn
my owfA mra lirrlrr, tht kittnrp trwihlr tlfiK mr4 I nfifc)
aval niyhlt with-! rh'&ina Nfi uwd roijo'M; mi anua.. I
hart lul-ra nrarly thixt boUltt, anil umcxiiity I ikt a m- D
wua. -
would tt'lii that wy ,slArr'a family it WiW.I ti
fnaaiwi.si, Mjvu(Aer, m.4 a r, unit two ai.-i A.i. ina
iiarf with U.
... , i
Tht While rine Oim;marf, mlfrlinr-l nt Itn-ilK jr
mr toniasr, i Hot '. i lo ill ntimt inrl'tut,, .
highly apiniM'd mrriiciiu. Or. J. W, tl,imt, Uf m
tvHf'K-, Am IA couMfHrt if Ihr Mas mho i.ur Aim,
tnnttlrnr which ht rnhr"l trhilt (iibs-i'mr tuMI mat
ynin nt a H"lt ill minitltr. it tinrrirnrt at il tnf
frrrr Inl Aim la m.llr trptrtrnmli who ttsmnt ia Ait
awo'iral ditamry lloatua Walehnwo aud Ki ltwUs-.
a rALVAitr.s iwnrriK-ir. i4on trhH,
lm (bmKisift, ajitrlilml ia our nJumill, it a mitrtf
ful ntttmft tn eomliint nn(l nvly tht mnlinil rlWHri of
th While lnr Iwrt-. It A.u brm thor-mohly Irttnt ay
Hit in thit city and rinni, mil ll unuw
Am trttimimiallto ill mltu from jitrvrnt wtillnomtta
ur eititrnt. YTt rrmmmenn' Hi lri.il in nil (A , atari
af dutntt tn whickil it uilirlnL it iiftr turn On all
mr liruygitti. Mew Verk lmlupeudout , . ,,
The White Pine Compound
TimnnHfnrlHml at Iht S'Kir EffGLAXD UOTAXtO
PJUVr, 106 iiananrairmt, B -Ion,
OSOROK W. BWKTT, Jf. i, rmonrtor, '
lT West Sl Truai aud Douley Lros..AVbole
sale Agents, Toledo. "'
At Keinil by all Druggists. '.' ';(Ui
IMP
HIGH V KICJS
-A. SUCOESSi;
it THE ' ' If I;
CHEAP CASH STORE I
or
A..G.WiIlinins&Bro.
STACKS OF NEW GCODS
IAII.Y AIiniVINGI !
At Prlres Which. Defy Competition t
Our stock is a large one and wolt selected, with
a vioty to tho special requirements of this section
ortheooiintry ,nd weooiue before thepubllc with
tlio ooulldence thai , ,
WI CAN NOT BE UNDFR80LD !
It would be impossible tnenumeratearticlce and
prices. Tn be appreciated they must be seen, snd
an invitation is therefor extended to th n lmU
community to call and sue tb bcaultluUtyle and
quality of our . - , '.,(,
STOCK OF DRY GOODS.
Which embraces all the most desirable qnali'.ics
tu bo found In th market.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
Wo Invite th examination of the Ladles la
our magnilicentassortmentof lresaUoods, among
which may be found ''
Silks, Empress Cloth, French Merinos, -l'oplins,
Alpacas, English Merinos,
Delaines, Calicoes, " Lace Curtain,
Chiakings, ltrchedShootings,Ladlcs' Cloth, ie.
Swiss Mulls, I'rintcd Lawns, and
Full Iaino of White Ooocls.
Siu-lni; uud Summer Slimvltj.
oestlemeF's weae,
IUIs,
HlKltS,
Jeans,
Cloths,
Collars,
Caps. ,
Shoes, '
Sal'tfvtlls,
Caasiiueres,
llos iey.
ClMSOMMh-S,
Ae., A.
OUll STOCK OF DOMESTICS
la full ami outnadele. aixl mill be dispoaeH of at
KXt'KKDINGLT LOW. rKICJS.
Host I'riiUs at I),' In IU iiU
Brown Sheetings aud Mtasliu IS) to SO cts.
Ioiiims, Stripes it; .Ticks.
Special attention is called lu out stock tf
Carpets X, Oil Co t Jis.
Also, to out ktoik ol
QUKK.XSWARK, " 'i.
--f t
'
.1 ol
ACHIVSEraT
U JiAS.Sw AHK,
CUTLKUY,
ailOCKKIKS;
YANKEE NOTIONS, He, &o
Which is full six) complete, and eaa not U or
iassed u vaiioty, quality and tow prices.
ly-Our styles aro the very latest.! u, Cash
Customers our pi iocs ar tb very lowest. .
X. B. We desire those of r patnuM wh hum
unsettled acoounl of Ihe lawt year a call and
settle them as simhi as p.,ible. ,
A. 0. WILLIAMS & BRO.
rcrrysbure, May 1J. ItjCtj. Jd

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