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Farm and Household.
Their home.rc their nts'lcs tlictr heart timt
a lhmv ' ' "
They mle wtthoirlarepler the kingdom they own
The Hulk and Hi Vina and the fruit-bearing tree.
Are ujcta that bend not tu tjlaut the km-e.
- t, .
1 ben"wirtt the weight of the harvest ami field,
Pvur- Ural' and hlthftil harvest to yield,
ffc.iig and phstlm amotig them is known
K Irafior tli sovereign would trike from . kit
throne. .,.!.., jy
II stands 'midil iiia acres f grass, w-host and
l ike Crusoe, " the mnnnrch of nil ho anrreys a
HI bank r rth' bank nA atsnJ oif his
Tb bank that trc-Rad when the panic alarm.
Th atnrk la the cuttle not fancy in breed j
The shares are Ilia plowshares that score Tor the
need, " "
Knt quoted on 'change In the broker army,
Itnt shares on wjilch iiatnr will dividends pay .'
Their bank are twt fringe which Ilia widow con
demn I '
Jfo r-flicer pilfer deposit from tliem t
If tmall the potatoes that in them are found,
Tet none am o small as w find out of groiin J.
The farmer Tfth appetite ever can est ''
1 he bread on his tnbte "sgsid as the Whet s"
And hiving tnnsl dearly his wife- h msy ntu-r,
My bread and my wife I I'll not hare any tut
There's many a hearth n hero the embers arc glo
TtWvc' many heart with Joys overflowing '
The hearths and th heart from the world' rndn
Are safe In tlie homes that are reared on our farm' .
[From the Working Farmer.]
Does Farming Pay?
Ono tiny 1 put lhx nliovu tiicKtion In lvo
neighbor, who each own nml work lurge.
farm. The reply of ono wuo. that t the
frefwut liigli rat ua of lahor lie conlil not
innko Ins intercut on tlio money Invented.
The oilier replied, Yes, it imb) liim Well.
1 asked what intercut on bin invcNliiiviit.
After a few moment' thought ho irplicil,
about twenty per emit. Now, why tliiH
iHavrepancjr in rrnultH f Their funim nnil
tjkmiliris nro nearly rqunl, nmi neither I h
seemed lo bnve nny pm licular ulrenk' of
bad luck. Well, b lio been over tlio
tnrnm, nml over the building of tlicad two
men, at diliVrettt icrinU. I think I ran
Be bow ri'Hulu tuny dillur widely with tlic
l o men. .
On farm No, 1 my observations wore its
follow. ; A ronper in front of llio burn and
a- thrtbhiiiK-inach'iie in the lour, Hourly
gone to Heruy. Tlio ymd filled with
ncruwny litllo iniitH, culled cattle. ColtH
that bud stopped growing when a little
aver half aiitti. Several bcoicb of Ioimv,
Ironpitig bona, abtTcrlii nronnd old alru'w
atnckn, many Willi lioslod Tcel. riitf
manure about tlio buildinH no deep nit
acurcely to (idmitol piiKsuo in wet wcultior.
fine boiao filiill hIihw ciI no rIi;ii8 of buviiiK
toon cleaned iill winter. 1'ieeeg of Imi neHs
biy proiniucliouuly about, und one home
niakiiit carpet of hi blunkut. In bid
nrehard wero weed renelilnj; up into the
fewer brniithea of the true. Ho bud
plowed ml cultivnted just enough to nriko
Hient grow thriftily.' At one timo I found !
kim at woikiu bis currht pnteb. ' (.'limit
four inches, nnd woods six to einlit inehes
kiKb. llo was duinjr from four to ei;lit
fimea the laltorto clear out the weed tliut
.would have been necessary Jmd be titkeu
lliein when they flint commenced to per
miuato or make, their appearance. The
ficeoJi graaa wiis ten iuclivt blli when lie
.plowed out bia twenty c;ca ot corn, and
the corn looked aa if it was what thu Imy
Cilltd tbo '.' valler kind." Hid wheat fluid
. wai Infested with " wild ouIh," that hud
Veen sowed with the wheat, end in roiiio
, locations wore Inking tlio iire-oniineiico.
His buy was nearly ruined by being cut
biwn und left exposed tu do wo" and Htorintt.
iln Jbis farm tbvrp seomod to bo no luck ol
2ielpi )Ut tbinps jtenotully seemed t be out
I ot Benson, and out of order. Good build
B intra and eood fenc Neeinnd to bo the
role. In the bouse Ibtncs looked orderly
Klower graced the window. Agricultural
and otjior papers in abundance Upon the
table. But the kitchen yard wan presided
over Jj. alio ''old, ow" and bar little
Ou farm No. 2 wore likewine good build-
ings and fences, and in good order. The
Z?'II bow" and" lu-r' pigs bml n pon and
yard of their own, ami did not dixputo the
cccupancy of the backyard with tlio furin
wife. Tho liens woj o piovidej lor, in n
Jllooao of, their own. t I was tilde to got to
the barn without getting mired over my
boots. Wh t mnnure bud not been hauled
upon the fields was carefully piled until it
w wanted. Tho colle, weiotiblo to walk
the yard without reeling, and were even
disposed to givo qlmso te a Jog und kick
up their IiccIh. Tlio cows were large and
in gnod condition, and did not look us if it
would tuko six to fill u pail. Tho wbeut
bin was filled with No. 1 w heat, and u
neii;bbor was negotiating for n load for seed.
r The wagons were under cover, and each
harness was found upon its appropriate
! ttobV.' The; gardon bad nb nbundunco of
. well grown vegetable for family use, and
few for inaikut. Weed were not allowed
..: to overtop and strangle the t oot crops, nor
- dwarf tiro corn. Crops wero not nllowed
to go to waste in the field for want ol
Jookiug after at . the proper , tiuio.. Things
CSIlcra Ir seemed to ! in an urdmlv thi-lfi..
tomlitlori. .' ,-
The results of tbo two mctbods of funn
ing could not but diller radically. No. 2
bad several more buhels of wheut to the
sere, and more iliuu doublo the corn. Hi
.shirr tnld a bottsir atnrv. and bis mu kni
" acknowledged a better lining from the sulo
ol Ina stock. rv. J annl it paid. No. 1
amid it did not and 1 think they wero both
wgh. f.. h. FAIK'.'llll.l).
Koil.txo rRAiniK, Win.
'., Cfrst. A good gutiu.poi'cha ecu e it is
' SNado by UiKo!y ng guila peicha in chlorc
form in quantity to make a fluid of honey
lWe coimihteiice. When sou ad it will di v
: ii a. few minutfi. Heat tbo smfaeo at a
irp or gas tl-inie until softened, and apply
iiirin loonier, biiiuii pulelic ul Iiutbur
can bo tliua ceinented uu lin.ilii aIo
almost to defy detection,- and tdim-uiuki r
i-mploy it with great success for this pui
fOM. It is water-proof, and will answer
i-bnost every here, unleti exposed to beat,
which softens it.
Vjunbkkky Wikk Taken internully and
' I'ldied exlsrnnlly, is protiomiccd s a cure
tor sernfula. To make the wine, take the
- ip berries, inasli then in a mortar to a
Ui pulp, put in stone jiir, add one quart
of water lo two quart of berries, stir it
well, set away and let it siund a week ;
then atraiu it through cotton, nod you havj
a beautiful iner which, w ith a ittle uur,
' make a wholesome drink, at once cooling
and palatable. It doe not ferment.
TmCar'aut has been more geoeriilly cul
r 'totaled than any ot tbs siuull fin U, for the
reason that it bai had few enemies is pr
factly hardy, and bear some Iruit under al
most any treatment. Yet it pays ns w II ss
aluioot any other fruit for good cultivation.
A tiixri'BR of Hire rl of lard and one
of rosin, melted together, i one of the beet
coatii.ga for all steel or iron implement.
Tli lard make Ilia rosin soft, whilo the
Utter is aaure preveulitive agaiuat rusting.
' Tim Ohio Kurmer says: Tallow is the
rWst lubiicutor for wood axlelrecs, and
- ilor oil (or iron. Just enough grcuse
altonld be applied to the spindle of a waon
to givo it a light coating.
w 1 r- - I . m m
.tl kfri.nl uf Cloal nubeu iiIi.o.m.I aroiiTitl
cuiuol bushes, is said to bu an efl'ectuul
l eiuedy for the currant-woim or catvrpillor.
Does Farming Pay? Our Scrap Book.
THE DEVIL AND THE LAWYER.
ONLY A BURLESQUE.
Vbrt (leTil fame np fu the enilh one day,
And into th coint-hmne he wendud bla way;
Jnt a an Attorney with very arave tare
Was pro3H(linK to argue the- finnla in the ca.
Now a lawyer hi ntnjaty bad nerer avn
Kor to bis doniiniona none had ever ht-i ii,
And 1 felt er niuiaii the reason lo know
Why nana hiltl been sent to the region buloar,
'Tn-as tb fault of his agent bia majerty thought
Thpt nan nl the Inn-vein bad aror lie- n cun'lil,
Add for his own pi n mire ba felt a di-aira
To-ooni to tli uarlli and the reason Inquire.
Willi, the lawyer who rnse w'lh vboiRO eo (fraro
Made oiit hla opponent n Consninniate knnve,
And the Diil mis really greatly aimivnd
To bear the Attorney so Kreutly abiistd. ''
tint as soon as tho apenker bad eonio to s clone
The counsel opposing them di-rcoly aroie,
And lie heaped such abuse on the bead of the
That made him a villain of all men tho worst.
Thus they quarreled, contended, and argued so
Twss hard to determine which of them was
And concluding ho'd hoard quit enough of the
Old Nick turned nwoy end soliquiited thus i
"If all lhT have said of each other be true
The lli-fil has surely been rolihed of his due,
Hut I'm sntUllt'd now it's nil rery well,
Fur these lawyers would liiin the inoials of Hell.
"They bnvopnrxled the eottit with tlmir rillsiiinus
And I'm fn e to coiifrss they hure pnir.led tho
DeviU , . .
My sei-iils are riclit to li t l iwyers alone,
II I had them they'd sniudle nil) Out of my
[From the St. Joseph Valley Register.]
Hon. Schuyler Colfax's Record.
Hchnyler Colliix, nn only son, was born in
Now York City March 18'2:i.
Fiuiahvd bis education at tho 1 1 it'll
School in 1'ronby street, Now York, in 1HX1.
Clerked in n dry goods stoio until lH.'lti.
l uniily removed to tho vicinity of New
Chi lisle, St. Joseph County, in Jmliuna, in
Clerked in sloro at New Cnrliule until
Appointed deputy auditor of Rt. .losepb
County in 1811, nud removed to booth
Itend, the hfiiio towrl, where he ban siliuo
In connrclion with his duties ns deputy
auditor, rend law under tho Hon. Samuel
C. tJmplo from 1812 to 1811.
In 181.") ho lounded the SI. JoKi'jih Vul
Icy Jieg inter at South. Ilend, innm-d the first
iiiiinbcr of tho paper ou Kridny nioiniiig,
September 12; retained Ills connection'
with it, both as editor und proprietor, until
Ful rimry 2, 1HG5.
In 1813 was u dolegule to tlio Wlii dm
veulion which noininulod (Icncrul To lor
for the richidciicy, and wue appointed one
of itu secretin ies.
In 18-"(l, a member of tlio cnnvenlion
Avhich for mud the present constitution ol
In lS.M, was ntmiiiinously nominated by
tho party u candidate for t.'oncvesH Irnm the
J(b District of Indiana, mid boutou by
In 1S.VJ was n delegate to tho Whig Na
tionul t'onvention which nominated (icncrul
Scott for t' io I'i'eNidoiicy. As it t the con
vention of 1818, wns appointed Secretary.
Was nguiii nominated for ConirreHS in
1851, nud this timo elected by 1,708 inn
jorily. Ilus at every Congressional olec
tinn si'.ico (six) been re elected by hi
ilmpliant majoi itien.
tin .lune 21, 18.1(1, delivered bis imwerful
and celebrated speech ou tholiogus "laws"
of Kansas. So i-ITeutivo Was tins' speech
that sovou bundl ed thoui-nnd copjos of it
were diHtributod dmlng the rresidctitiul
campaign ot 1 8 . G .
lir I'ooeinlier, lHC.I, wns chosen, Ppcnkcr
of the llotiso of llepreHeututive!), which
bigh ollii'o hu bus over since relained.
- From December, 1850, to Marcb, 18GI,
wus Chuirmnu ot tho Committee, of 1'ohI
Qllioes nud l'oat Kouds, and wiib most suo
cossful In promoting tlio extension of pos
tal facilities nmnpg tho new mining coun
tries, and procured the passage of bills for
tho daily o voi land mail and overland
(olograph to .Sau Fruuuisco, via l'iko's
l'eak und L'tah.
On the 21st of May, 18C8, was unani
mously nominated n cumlidato for tbo Yico
l'resideucy by tlio National Colon Repub
lican Convention, usHomblod at Chicago.
.1 m - m
It elrains a niuu's ihili)8opbco tbo wiiBt
kind to luff when bo gets beat. "
Awl of ns kotnpluin uv tho shortness nv
life, yet wo awl waste, uioro time than wo
UZrt.' ' '
The man who can't get ahead without
pullin others back, is a limited cuss.
Tho principal diller once, between a lux
ury nml bcoossivry is the prioo. .
Whenever the snnl U in grief, it is tukin
root, and when it is in smiles, it is tukin
" tiivo tbo dovil his due," but bo care
ful there ain't much duo him.
After a man bits rodo faat unst, he never
wants to co hlow nguin,
Faith that is founded mi an nrnest and a
truthful oonvickshun, is beautiful to behold;
but faith tli u t is founded simpla nn courage,
ain't anything morn ttiuti good grit.
Tlmr.u family who are really tu.-it-class
never are nfuid that ttn-y sbull git cheated
out ov their rexpccktuhility, while the cod
fish fumilys are always nervous lest tha
It won't do to stir up a man when ho Is
thiukin, enny niorsj than it will a pan ov
milk when the erenni is littin.
It is easy eniilV to raise the devil, but bo's
a bard ciop to reap.
Tho onln sure lexipeo tow govern man
kind itli tho rod j you m. iy festoon it
with lloweis and ease it with velvet, il you
plee, but it is tho rod after awl that does
Wo aio told a contented man is happy,
and wo might buvo bin tol l at the same
time a uiud-turilo could liy it it only bad
- . . a
In London the houses number more than
n.'iO.IHHI, and tho street, if placed in a line
would extend trom Ij vm pool lo New York,
und are lighted at night by Odd, 000 gas
l imps, consuming every twenty-four hour
about 13,000,000 cul.le feet of gas. Of the
water supply, 4 1.38.'l,:i28 Bullous are used
per day, Tho trufnling . public sustains
fi.OOO cabs and l,-r)00 omnibuses, beside
all the other sorts of vehicles which hu
man need cuu require or human wit invent.
Its hungry population devour, ill tha
course of ovory your 1,(109,000 quarters of
wheat, jr.1,000 Im I locks, 1 700.000 sheep.
.'8.0U0 calves. 3.1.000 piiis, 10.000.000 bead
ol cs.ne, 3,000,000 salmon and innumerable
fish ot other sot is, and consume 4.1 209,000
gallons of beer, 200,000 gallon of spirits,
and li .1,000 pipes ol wine. A a conse
quence, 2.100 doctors find employment.
foimou, liuuily, support 8.2 churches
which are presided over by 930 divines ol
eroater or less not). It is also computed
that the average extension of Loudon is at
the rule ol two m lo of liuibhud building
per day. I lie need ot this tnptd construe
tiou can be estimated when it is kionru that
the railrcud iuiproveiuen's projected, and
now being constructed, will, during the
I re -out year, n -ccssit ito the removal of
2U.O00 dwelling bouses. A majority of
these are iubat ited by tlu iudittt ial classes.
Tii:o;i: is nolhinir that our vounor friends
ran cultivate wjtli more pi oiit than neat
lies. .Strive to be neat mid orderly in all
your huhils, and slier a while uvatuets will
Hoc If become a liubit.
To the. Honorable Commissioners , of
Wood County, Ohio: . ,
We, the nndersiirned, respectfully nray rif tn
redne the width of the present roan known as
the IVhei-ler and Key Hoad also the atreet know a
aa K - it 1 1 H M ) Street, running thnnith ths new aur
toy of mil-lot In Ih town of IVrrTHbiirjr, be rp-
need and ealaiillrliol at lorir tV) loni in width,
tnalrad of ail (A) rods, aa now recorded. . :
A. M. TnoMt'Soft, I). I.CCAS, Mikanda Cbank,
Joim liri.vn.LS ami ninera, i-etitioner.
I'rrrysburir, June IH, IMn. PJ
To Whom It illuy Conrrm.
rpiHS is to notify th tin Idle that my wife, Anna
1 Klixabetli ,Seeinan,lia left my bi d and board
w ithout aulllcient causa or Droroestion. Those
whom it innr concern will thereforn tako noliee
that fnim and alter this date I will be responsible
or no ucuis inst sue may contract in my name.
"" .lonx ttKOKUH BHKI.XI AN. ,
l.ako Tp., Juno 23, 1868. tie
DITC It OTl t: I-:.- ioticeTa heoT.Kiyen bi
all peraons interested and o nin(f Inuils along
the line ul' tho following proposed ditch nr Water
course, coimueiic'i'g at the south line of section t,
burn 6. range II. and running north 111) rods.
through the center of the southwest quarter of
section il, town A, rango V ; thence west 8V roils,
Slid there terininnte the following lands adjacent
to uu id ditch will bo sllectcd by it t all of the
southwest H "f section 1, and aouth half of north
west of section 2, towu 6, rango t Ihst a peti
tion bus been libit wilh the Clerk of Waahington
Township; Wood County, Ohio, praying the Trus
tees of snid township to establish a ditch, drain nr
water-course along said proposed route, snd that
the Trustees of said towiudiip will meet at tho rca
idenro of Wnlluce I'urk, in ssid township, on (he
nth duy of July, IHI1B, st III o'clock A. M., to bear
said petition. Jl ANY I'KTll'lO.N KIIS.
Wuahington Tp., June ii, 18113. - !
TAII CII NOTICM.-Nolice is hereby glrenbi
1J sll w hoiu it msy concern, that there has been
petition filed in the Clerk's Ollioe, Jackson
TowiiHhip, Wood County, Ohio, prnying for tho
lorslion, apportionment and coiiati action of a ditch,
drain or wator-courao, in or near tho channel of a
small run or stream of water know n as ilotken
berry's Hun, cnmiiiunciug at or near ths center of
aection .12 thence a northeasterly direction, thro'
section i2, 20, 2S, 21, 22 and 2;i till it iuteisccla
Sixteen Creek, and there lainiiuutv. The Trus
tees of suid township w ill meet ul the house of
John Coyne, on the HUh duy of Jnlv, IhilH, in nn-
aner thu prayer of said Hilition, at U o'clock of
A. H. ri:itfit.'SON ami others, Petitioners.
Jackson Tp., June It), ISIS, U
jA.vi'i;ii oiimimom:ici kali;.
Hamilton A KOindiird,")
ys. In Wood Common Pleas.
James Fiahbtirn. J
Ily virtue of an order of sale i-isuml In tho above
caune bv thu Clerk of the Court of Common Plena,
of Wwoil County, Ohio, and to me directed and tie
lirered, I will 'idler for sale ut pnhlia vendue, at
the door of tho Court-house, in thu town of Pel rys
burg, and county aforesaid, on
JIO.NUA V, July 2T, lKnH,
between the bnuraof II and i o'clock A. M.. of
aaidtliiy, the folloning deseiihed properly, to-wit :
i no somii nan ni uie soninessl quarter nl aec
tion 2l,tonn i, north of range $u. V cast, con
tinuing I we lily acres ol In ml.
CllAltld-.S W. KVKitS,
ripeciiil Hnster (Inniini-ii, inner.
Sit-AN St. Moons, Plulntiir's Attorners.
I'enyshuig, Juno 2.'i, I8HH. Uelt 50.
iii:itii r' S4i,i:
Wood Common Pleas,
!t. ft. Jerome, et al
II v virtue of an order of side issued in tbo above
cause by the Clerk of the Court of Common l'less
of Wood t'ounty, Dliio, mid to me directed und
delivered, I will oiler for sale nt public vendue,
at tho Hour or the Couit-uouso, m 1 crrysuurg,
It UOM zUIOIlV, FIIIO, fill
MONDAY. July !7. ISrtS.
between the hours of 10 and 1 1 o'clockA.M., of said
dnv, the following described proM-rty, to-w-it :
l,ot iimiier four (4), In tlio village or eston,
Wood County, 'Ohio. Appraised st al.nOfl.
' CHAHbKS W. KVKitS, SberiT.
F. A O. K. UoLUKsnKi K. Ally's for Plaintiff.
I'erryshurg, June I'.i, ISllS. U, ii lj
r j A I. NOTIC'F.
Kdward V. E. Koch, plnintifl, "I Wood County
vs. Coinnion J'lens
Johannes Turk ct al., defendants J t nurt.
Johannes Tuik, Senior, one of the defendants in
the above entitled cause, will take notiro that on
tlio aecond dnv or Way, ISDN, said Kdward W. K.
Koch, plaintiff, llled nguiiiKt him and others, in the
olllee of tho Clerk of the Court of Common I'lens
of V unit County, Ohio, bis original petition, and
that on the 15th day of June, ISrtS, said plaintiff,
Inn ing fust obtained leave of said Court so to do,
filed in the ofllce of said Clerk bis amendment to
his said petition against him nud others. And the
sai l Johannes Turk is hereby untitled Unit tho ob
ject and prayer of said original and amended peti
tion is io procure a pii.gineiu aim omer mr the
snlu of the follon ing real properly, slluntu in said
county of Wood, ami Statu of Ohio, lo-wll: The
east half of the southwest quarter of section num
ber twenty (20), in township number live (5),
tun-Ill uf run ire mimboi ten HO) east, cnntainiinr
eighty (AO) acres more nr less ; That such sale is
sought for tho purpose of obtaining from tlio pro
ceeds of the snino nyment of the following aiims
duu from snid Johannes Turk, Senior, and others
to the pbiinlifl, for tho purchase money of said
rem esinio auove ueserineii, tn-wit ; roiir hundred
and eighteen and 7J-100 dollars, with Intvrcitt
from April t, lSiltl, which became duo January I,
INST, lose the sum of one hundred and live and
.10-100 dollars, paid January 1. 1S07 i tho further
sum of four hundred and eighteen and 7 3-100 dol
lars, with interest from April I, tritiO, whioti be
came due January 1, ISllS ; the further sum of
four hundred and eighteen and 75-100 dollars, with
interest from April 1, ISiWl, which will become duo
January I, lMOO ; and a'so tho further sum of four
hundred and eighteen and 75-100 dollars, with in
terest from April 1, tmirt, w hich will become, due
January 1, lSitl,
Said .Johannes Turk, Senior, defendant, is re
quired to answer said original and amended peti
tion on or before thu fifteenth day of August, lSilj,
or judgment will be tnkrn aguiiist him.
. Jlll.i.a 1IIAI I . I'lainliU'a Attorneys.
Pcrrysbiirg, Jnnu 15, loiitt. 81(17 25
ft vxAriiaiuNT NOTicr..
John 11. Webb,) Itefor A. I.. Fowler, Justice of
vs. reaco of I Vrrysliurg lown-
Johu Hunter. J shin, Wood Count?, Ohio.
Ou tho I lib day of Nfiiv. A. I). ISllS. -aid Jus-
tiee issued an order of attachment in the almre
action, for the sum of Fiflv-six IbdlHra and Ten
Cents. J, It, WKllll.
1'errysburg, Juno It, tSKH. So
KTiTitN leu nivwitci:.
EUiabelh i Adklna. 1 f r,muon riell(lj
fbwge Adkins. WooJ County, Ohio.
The above-named defendant, tlcurgt) Adkins, is
hereby notified that the said Klisabelli Adkins, on
the 2-J-l day of May, A. I). lStid, tiled her petition
ill ssid Court, charging the said defendant with
w illl'ul absence for three years last past, and gross
neglect ol only, niiiiout Just cause, and pravmg
that tho petitioner may bo divorced from said de
fendant, uud for such oilier pdief ss in iusliee alio
is entitled lo. KI.1ZAUK I II AUKINS.
liy Cius. C. Stash, her Attorney.
l'enysbnrg, O., Hay 87, ltMH. 6,-0 23
M" i:sSl-.N(;r.ll'S NOTICK.'-Tlib U biive
notieu that nu tho ISih day of June. A. I).
lSi',S, a Warrant in Ilsnkruiurv wsa issued agiinat
the estate of N. H. Callaid, of I'errvsbnrg, in the
county of Wood and State of Ohio, w ho baa ben
Ailiudged a iMuki not on his owu lielitton l ttiul the
mymeol of any debts nud delivery ef any property
lelonging to siich bankrupt, to him or for bis use,
and the translvrol any in-oocity iy nni is fortnd
den by law ; that a meeting of tberreditora of (aid
bankrupt to prove their dunls, and choose nu or
more assignee of bia cM.ilu. will be held at
Court of liaukruplcy to b bidden at Toledo. I.u
ea County, Ohio, before J. K. Swigart, K.sq.,
lUgiater, on the lilli t'ay of August, A. U.
at tu o doc A. Al.
Deputy l S. Marshal, a Messenger,
bia is A. Usokk, AU'y lor Petitioner. Vb
J. T. SWMKT,
Dresser and (-lover,
Will Press lint make up tu order all kinds of
I'urrf and Skinn,
bilic Furs, fe5, dilliirs lull's, Berths Oufls if.
Cents' Furs, (lloves, Collar, Hnck Glove
and Mits, from the heaviest woikmg
glove to tho best tancy.
t??Swiil attention paid to Repairing I.A
1H.S' Pl us.
Corner of West Poundsrv and Front -atreet. Per
rvstnug.Ohio. Address, J. T. bWKKT, llox 2;t,
rcrrysburg, V. : Ul
IHOWN and bleached Sheetings and Shillings!
Sin H-s i
VollDualu, 4c. iv. al
THE HARDWARE STORE.
PECK, HAMILTON & CO.,
rnoriUBTOiis of the
Mammoth : Harilware Store,
' r 1 ! , j , . .
Ar now offering; to their many customers
The Larji, Swt CompMe, i-Bt. Scltrtri
. 1 1 . i i ,
MM ' ' I
STOCK OF GOODS,
Comprising pvory srtlcle Iq rlieirlin,yer bronght
to this market. The moat of ftrtr immense stock
has been purchased direct from the msniilactitrera
by ourselves, selected with great Care, and adapt
j xpresly to this market. f . ' .
Buying strictly for Cash, and in large quantities,
wu aro ooablsd to -'.
OFFER GREAT INDUCEMENTS
To these purchasing. Our stock comprises In part
' Sholf Hardware
Silver phi ted Ware
Sheet-iron Ware ( .
Cn iking Stoves )
Sheet-iron Stove t '
0., Ac, &C.
To Those- Jluikliiitf,
We offer grest inducements in the way of
To Mill Men. .
Kuglish Tested Coil Chains;
John Itolhey F iles ;
Ku.i:i, Italian; Hemp, Jute and llothery
Hell Hooka ;
Copper Rivets, otc. cto.
Malleable Irons ;
Anvils ) ,
A full and complete line of
Hubs i '
Spoke ; '
Neck Yokes ;
Pipe lloxes t
Cutter St nil", and
(A I.nrge Stork.)
Spear eV. Jackson and Wheeler,
Aiutucn a vicninnn a naws;
Maydolu's llammcrs !
llulcbur's Chisels ;
SucU's Cast-steel Anger ;
Jeiining's Hits ;
Flint Paper, etc, etc,
To tho Farmer.
t'.very Article Needed In lliilldlng.
Fvcry Artirle Needed In ltrpnlrtng.
I'.ver' Article I'aed about ynur lloine.
I'.very Article l ard n rnr t'srrnt.
I'.vcry Arlieleyoii Anllrlpute l ain;,
And -in our line, can bo fonnd at
THE MAMMOTH HARDWARE STORE.
To tlio Iittlios.
SMsYKK 1M.ATKD WAUK, SITU AS
Cake it.ckct ; .
Napkin Rings ;
lee Pitchers, cle.
Beautiful Toilet Sets;
lleuuliliii Tanle Mats;
Parlor Stoves ;
Tin Ware ;
Tuhs and Pails:
Mi p-Sticks ;
Shovels and Tongs
Indies' Traveliij: llaskrts, and
Kitchen I'teusil m general.
Our stock ia coiuplete In every Department, snd
LOW Kit THAN" THE LOWEST!
Thanking you for your past patronage, we
would luvit you all f esamio the dock sod
price of Good to be found ia
The 91 a m mo tli llurdwure Slorc,
Purchased for th
Fall aid V liter Trade of 1847-'C.
l'ECK, HAMILTON .A CO.
I'vrrysburj;, Oetebvr ii, ISOf. io
WM. II. IJENNKTT,
1 StJMMIT-flTKF.ET.TOI.EIK), has In itore
."a large and complete variety uf HTOVKS,
for nae in the
Kitchen, Parlor, Ofllce,
Ilia large purcbtaos from the best Eastern Man
factories enable him to furnish purchasers
A CHOICE SELECTION,
ATTIIEYERY LOWEST PRICE
ITe vrlll nfTer Especial Inducements to
sll Dealers in Stoves, and also to private
customers from WikmI County, who may
favor him with their patronage.
Elevated Oven Cooking Stoves,
flcjuaro Top Cooking Stoves,
All kinila of Cooking Stoves at
Very Low Prices.
STOVES and HOLLOW WARE to the Trade
Itemcmlier. W.TI. II. UESSCTT,
4ui 411 Summit-street, Toledo,
V. A. SMITH.
Oflicn ofCivil liny:inecrinu:
No. tin Niimnilt.Klrrcl,
Coy's New Iluilding TOLEDO, OHIO
1OSSESSTXO superior facilities, I am pro
pared to do all kinds of Engineering and Sur
veying for It.iilroads, Highways, Water-Powers,
etc., at short notieu and reasnnablo nrices.
S-t?" Order left with N. II. Cai.i.aiiu will re
ceive prompt attention. 4:ti
JAIHES t CO.,
Ijiimbor lcalers, and
131 Numniltirre(, Toledo, O.
KEKEKKKCES--E.xehsnge Ilnnk, City Hank,
iineoo; i ernni.ve ei n., iiaiiKets, -ew I oi k
1 117.1 .
picT u i ul& fIn r.7 ut!
Maniifiictiirur of nml Dealer in
IMcfnrr t'rniiir, loldinirx, HrnrkrlH,
llrexxliig fuses A: l.ookiny: Ihnc'K.
Frames made to order in my style of flnisli.
lieriuan and English Chromos, EiiKiavinps,
Paintings, Ac. 4I
10.1 Ailiinis.iitrcrl, Xoleilo, Olilo.
Auction, Commission and Storage,
Ily HAWI.K Ar Qt lUI.I'.Y,
40 Siiiiiiult-strerl, Toledo, Ohio.
Vl.l. kinds of Merchandise. Live Stock, Apri
- cultural Implements, Furniture, or Keal Es
tate sold st auction. Job Lots for Merchant re
ceived daily. (Jond sold at private sale between
the hours of auction. .Sale intended to in every
part uf the State. Consignments solicited.
IUWI.E A QL'IGI.EY.
T. Qi'int.KV, Auctioneer. 4Ui
Exchange Bank of Toledo,
131 S 11 111 111 1 t-M reel.
GOVERNMENT BONDS of nil kinds ;
GOLD, SILVER nml COUPONS,
nova in and sold.
7.30's Exchanged for 5.20 Gold Bonds.
Exchange on Now York.
DrnftH on ENGLAND, IllELANJ),
Deposits rct'civctl tniJ Interest nllowcd.
'Acfountu solicited on favorable terms.
CVllee.ions niiulo on nil points.
AXDUEW llltOWN vV. CO.,
Hankers, Toledo, Olrio.
Kew York Correspondent :
VE It MI I. YE & CO. 40j
TOLEDO A J i:CV OF
The Great United States Tea Company
HOLLISTER & WILBUR,
Druggists and Grocers,
Ol Ktimmlt-strect, Toledo,
1EGUI.AK appointed Agents for tho sale of
IV Teas and Coll'ees, imported by thu Great Uni
ted State Tea Warehouse of T. V. Kkli.ev i. Co.
So. 811 Vcsev-strcet, S. V,
T. Y. Kellcy V. wish it especially under
sbHid that they guarantee nil the Tea and Coll'ees
sold (bearing this Trade-mark ) by the above linn,
pure and unadulterated, as imported by them.
They are sold at tho samo price as at their Ware
house iu Sew York, and ut a trilling advance on
the cargo price, and are of tho best quality and
flavor. Please examine Messrs. T. Y. Keliey A
TRICK LIST. '
Oolong (lllackn 60, 70, 80,110, tl per Hi best.
Mixed lUrecu and llluvk), OU, 10, 80, 110, tl per
Young Hyson (Green), 00, TO, 80, 90, tl, tl 10,
$1 2A per lb best.
Impel ial (Green) 90, tl, tl 2.'.
Eng. llrenkfast (lllack), 70, o0, VO, t'.' 10.
$1 20, best.
Japan, I'll, tl, tl 25 per lb.
liunpowdur, tl 2j, tl 60 per lb.
We make a specially of Ground Coffee. Our
list, ns will bo seen, comprises an extensive vari
ety in price and quality, tint we confidently assure
our patrons that any and all will give perfect
I'll ICR LIST.
!j cents, 30 cents, Ho cents, best old Government
Java 40 cents.
Our Jloj--al Club Oofleo
I pronounced by judges ss an excellent article
warranted pur, 'ii cents per pound.
CI.Cll OliDEKS filled at Sew York price, and
cut by Express lo any part of the country.
Charges collected on delivery.
Good Tea and Coffee may iuny be procured
from IIOI.I.ISTKK JL Wll.lil 15. at from 40 to 74
per rent, less tlun parties have been in Uu habit
-T Ucmcmbcr, tha place to make this saving
-to Ol Summit-si rc-ol, Toledo.
IMON mn STUXE AND IARBLE WOEKS.
CL.A11KE & vboiI.UFI
Foreign & American Marble
HUSTLES AM) GRATES.
Monuments, Obellskx, Tablets,
tirnve Sttmev, Ac.,
Executed ia a tasteful and workmanlik manner.
A 1.1. kind of Muilding Work got up on the
xl shortest notice and in the most vrorkmaulike
Ke-n conatantly en hand all kind of Tap and
Sill, Water Table ami Door Sills,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
I if Order from th City and Country respct
fulijr aoliciled. 47xl
H T.U O O K,
WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY,
Jio,lT3 Summit-street, Toledo, Ohio.
Citisen of Perrvsburg anil of WimhI County
who have Watchei. Clocka, or Jewelry to be re
paired, will have their order executed in a prompt
and satisfactory manner. Szi
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
ROBES. UMBRELLAS. ETC.
NO. 53 SUMMIT 8TRKKT,
MEAL FEEDS HOMINY MILLS
AMES ft WORTH re prepared to do custom
Grinding for the Fanners of Wood county
more promptly than any other mill in tills vicinlly".
Always on band snd for sal or exchange for
Coarse and Fine Meal, Chop Feed and Flour.
AMES A WORTH are itanr. in il.. m.-k-i
bnylng sll kinds of Orain and Farm Produce, and
paying better price than any other market in
AMKS A H OItTil, of Ilaskins. Wood conn.
ty, O., are prepArcd to supply tho Farmers of this
county, ami tne snrrouniiing connlry with the
Celebrated Ten Wlicnt, -
For seed this Spring. Thi Wheat commands
from Miller for flouring, about Forty or Fifty
Cents per bushel more than other Spring Wheat,
ana lias a Union reputation as a naray ana large
yielding kind of Wheat ; and being imported from
Northern Invra, the change from a more northern
climate, aa all experienced Farmers are aware,
will improve the qnnlity snd quantity produced.
The r armor ha I bettor pay two prices for this
Wheat than sow the wheat raised in this eonntry.
We are also prepared to supply tho Milwaukee
Club, raised in Wisconsin. All those who want
Wheal of us will please notify us as soon as pos
sible, so that we can make our arrangements for
Hie proper amount required. ,
We are also prepared to sell or loan FIb
Seed, to supply all the Farmers in this county.
Ilaskins February 16 18G7. 4:izi
HASKIWS PLOW FACTORY.
flIIE subscriber having fitted np
1 an establishment for the manu
facture, of Steel Plows, are now pic
pared In supply tho Farmers of Wood
county with the very best
STEEL PLOWS, nml
Having had many years' experi
ence in lusnufi during I'lows in Mit
chell A 8011' Plow Factory und otiier
works, we lire coulideut we o.iu turn
Better Plow than any in tho County
Done promptly and In the most thorough manner.
I-t All our work warranted satis
factory, or tin sale.
IIIOIWSS k DKBAC11KI1.,
Ilaskins, February 20, IS(i7. 4:lx
P. CRANKER & SONS,
P E 11 It TS 11 URG , OHIO,
HAVE lately established themselves in their
New Shop, ami are noiv fully prepared to fill
all orders for
WAGONS, BUSIES, SLEIGHS, &C.
Blacksmithiiig of Every Description
Promptly attended to, and special attention given
to tho .SHOEING of Trotting, racing
or Kuniiiug Horses. . . . h
fS1 Shop on north side of Second-street, be
tween Walnut ami Louisiana avenue. XSzz
On Fiftb-street, east of tha Union School house
rpiIE undersigned would call the attention of the
JL people of Herrysbiirg mid vicinity, that she
is still taking Pictures of the lies! Quality, of all
sizes nud kinds, from the 4-4 size, or largest, down
to the smallest Amhmtypc and Gems ; also copy
ing from other picture and enlarging them in
She vrlll finish tip Pictures in India Ink, or
pnint in water colors in the most approved styles;
will also furnish Frames ant Cases of all kinds
and sine that may be required.
She would respectfully invito her friends to
call and sec what their own art.st can do befora
going elsewhere. It will cost you nothing if you j
cannot be suited. All sho asks is to show what'
she can do, und feels confident of giving satis
faction, jiiig. XICHOI.S.
N. II. Nn pictures tak -n ou Sunday.
Pcrrysbiirg, April 8. lo(i7.
CLOSING OUT SALE !
IN DRY GOODS.
II. II. IIOUSTOIV,
Willi a View of ('hanging Iittslnoss,
TO CASH CUSTOMERS,
Uoors Si Shoes,
Hats Si Caps,
MY STOCK IS NEARLY COMPLETE
IN ALL TIIKSK BRANCHES.
Persons wishing to make pood bargains, wilt do
well to call and Examine Goods and Prices, as
1 am bound to sell.
30 If. H. HOUSTON.
ll KAWK KXt'V.HiF.NCri-lUIUrML
CUIIKS WAKHANl'KD. UHI IO lUSt'EN-
aatory. ttablilieil ou the Foiein Plan.
Iu Myers' Ulock, .Monroe-street, Toledo, Ohio.
The undersigned calls
the attention of those in
t terested to the fact that
j be has established a suite
r?" of rooms in M vera' Rlock ,
C-y. on Monroe-street, a remi-
K--i!';iSilr Dispensatory for the
TlL're'ne"t nl permaneut
V 'V7 e" of .11 known
whether of recent origin
or of lone standiuK iu
'VltoJ: MALE OR FEMALE.
The success which baiatteoded the practice ol
the undersigned iu the tre.tnieutof disease com
iejt under tlie above head, i sullicient ruurantoe
that what he undertake he performs, and iue very
aasevtl'eci radical cure.
Private room r prorided where consultation
can be procured ia the strictest conliiteuce.
Uvneral otho. over Mo. St aud 3)1 Monroe-street
firat room to the right at ih top of tho alairwav,
over Cornucopia. All letter containing a remit-lano-Vr
poslage-sUuip promptly answered.
1-sirOilloe hours from 10 to 4, snd from 7 to 9.
C!Uo or address It. II. TYMPANY, M. 1).
J" Toledo Ohio.
SI'lilNG. STVLKS of PrluU, Gini;bam ud De
Laiues, just reeeivi-d at
P. It. MILLER A CO'S.
March SI, 16. 41)
Sl'MMKU HAT!, Hhaker Hoods, and Unods oi
all kinds, needed by man woman and child,
may be had al F. Jl. Mil. I. Kit A CP'S.
C1AMI.ICS and Soaps of dillVrcnt iiualitie at
' the Urucvry. Store of C. LEAP.
Aycr'3 Cathartic Pills,
purpose of Iawtatlre)
Perhaps no ono meill
ctno is m- universally re
quired ti everv-twMly
a etliartie,.nor was ever
any before so universal
ly adoptotl Into. nsc,. in-everycountrj-nnfl
alt clnKCs, as this mild
but elUelent tmririitivo
J'tll, The ohvioiiA ran
son is, Mist it l a more re
liable und tir more efToc
tunl remedy limn any
other. Thoc who luu-a
tried it, know Hint il eurrt Uiem : (hoie who hnto
not, know that il euros their neiirhliors and friemls,
ad all know llml wlmt U does once it dm-s always
that it never mils lliroitfti nny I'nilll or negleetbr
its composition. AVo hove lhou-oind upon thou
sands of ecrtilleales of their rcmnrkuhle euivs of tho
followinit romplnints, Init sueh rui-cs are known In
every neiKhhorlioiHl, unit wc need not piilillh them.
Adapted to alt axes mid comlillonx In nil climute 1
eontuininx neither enlomrl or nuv deleterious ilrmr,
they nmy bo taken with safety h'v nnvlsaty. Itleir
suirar eontinir pve-erves them'ever fi-eih and mnkes
tliem plensmit to I ike.w liile Im-Iiiic- purely vetretshla
no hnnn enn ni-Ne from their use ttv nny fptfiullty.
Tney operntn hy their MwerOil luiltienee on'tho
luteriinl virieem to purify the Ittood ami -ttimnhilo it
Into heslthy ae ton remove tho ohstruiMions of tlio
atnmnelt, bowel, liver, nnd other orimns of tho
liortv, retortna; their Irrojrolnr "tion to Ix-alth, ami
bv ioirrorlinir, wherevev they exist, such derunifo
nienls as nrc tlie llrsl oriicln of dinenxe.
Minuto ilireetions nro given in tlio wrapper on
the box, fm- the following complaints, whU li tliusu
J'IIIa rapidly cure : ,
For I.ririlu or Imlla-cillon, T.Utlraa.
am. Laa(iior nnd f Apiirtlte, tlicy
should he tttken moderately to Mlmul.HO thu tlom
aeh nml reitoro its healthy tone ami aetlon. '
For l.lvrr Comdaint ami Its various synip
toina, llllloua llr.iilat be. Mirk lleiitflarhr,
Jisnnillrp or pjrfrii SHcbn-", Klllows
C'vllc and llllloua I-vr-r, they slioiild be Ju
diciously taken for eaeh cjiso, to correct tho disoaseil
Action or remove the ohstnietions which rnusc it.
Kor n,npntery or laltarrhaeu, but ono mild
tloso Is irenernlly reqnitTd. . .
For IBIimnntUni, iloitt, Crrmrrl. f al nt
tslian of the) If ran, luln In the- ),
lack nnd I.olMa, they shoulit he rontiniiouxly
taken, ns rvxpiireil, to r.hangi" tho diseased netiono'f
the system. WitU such clutnge those eompluinl
For lropy and lroplcal Hwr1llsi)rK they
should lie taken in largo nml IVeipiunt dosus to pro
duce the ed'eet. ofn drastic purre.
For Mnpi.rroaloit a largo Uosertimild lie tnkca
s it produces the desired ell'eet by sympathy.
As n IHitnrr I'lll, tako one or'twii I'illt io pro
mote digestion nnd relieve the stomach.
An tM-i'iiKHniul done stimulates the stomach nml
bowels into heiillhy action, restore the no elite,
nml invigorates the sy-ti-io. Hence 1t Is often ml
vanliureoua where no 'serious dernngenient exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often funis tbatadosn
of these makes bini IVm-I decidedly iM-tter, froni
their elennsiug and renovating t-U'ect on tlio discs
VM. J. C. AYEIt CO., Vraetlml ChemUtt,
LOWELL. MASH., V. 8. A.
BOI D 11V
Peck & Hnmiton, l'errysbnrg'; '
A. J. (Jnrdner ,t Co., Gilead ;
Ktit-s ft Atkins, Weston j ,
H. I.. Houghton, Howling (Jreon, nnd by n'l
dealers even-where. 20-.7.
For all tha
BOO K AGKNTS WANTED
To solicit orders I'orpK. William BuiTn's IHt!
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own II AN P. Ill one large Octavo volume, illusliu
ted willi over 12.j steel and wom1 engravings.
Agents nud subscribers see that you get lhcp.
uitif eiioo Itif ir. Smith.
The miiimjIi'lU Itrpulilieau snys, this edition,
pulilished by ilessra. lliirr & Co., is the genuine,
The Cumirrgnliomtti't says, whoever wishes to
get, in the cheapest form, the bct Dictionary of
the liiblo should buy tiii.
Wk also want Auknts for ELLIOTT'S new
work, UKMAUKAISI.K CIlAltACTKUrt AND
MKMOKADLK I'LAOHSOK Til K HOLY I.AMl.
Ily IIknkv Wahii llEKtiiKit, T D. Woulkkv, J.L.
!"., Pres. of Yale Col., Josnr-ii Cl'UMiNes, D. 1.
LL. 1)., Pres. of Wesleyan Cniv, Kt. Ukv. Tuoa.
M. Clauk, Kishop of Ii." I., ,Vc, &C.
They arc new nnd originnl works by these au
thor, nnd their subjects are approved by clergy
men of nil dcnomimitions. Agents nro meeting
with unparalleled success. Wc employ no f
ml Aijriili for cither book, nnd offer extra induce
ments to Canvassers. Agents will see the silvan
tage of dealing directly witli tlie I'L'llLISUKltS.
For descriptive circulars Willi lull particulars und
tel ins. address the Publisher.'
tini J. 11. Ill' UK ft CO., Hartford, Conn..
1ST OT ICE.
rpiIE subscriber, ns Sole Proprietor, will con-
X tiuue thu business of Making und Impairing
Wajjons and Cain;,iaxres?,
BLACKSMITHING AND PAINTING
Pnn.ip RiiiKn, ns Foreman of the Wood Shop :
Joski-ii (lANTiKit, Foreman of the lllucksmilh
Hhop, and '
Himself, 1'inenian of tbo Paint Shop, and
General Superintendent of nil the l)c
pm Intents. . . .
Thanking the friends of the old firm for past fa
vors, he would respectfully solicit a continuance
of their patronage, and also the pajronage of tlio
public generally, assuring nil that whatever work
is Uouu at his shop, wjll be wkll nowt.
IV. H. UCU.ENDKCk'.
Perrysbiirgr, 0'., JnnusrylO 18B7. ' -3riz
UltOAU GAUGU .SlIOICTi L1.L.
ATLANTiCi GMT WESTERN
VIA ' ' ' '
CICI.ri, orlUtlIAA,or tiAI.IOM,
or .'lAXSt'll' I.U, or CLKVIXAXU,
or t OKU , or SAI,.V!I..C.,
TO OK KKOSI ,
PITTS CURCr, '
This is the only Route tu the.
Oil Helou ul' 1'eitnsiylvania !
I'ASSKNO K' 8 who wish a Quick anil Comroilalila
Trip will appreciate the Smooth ami Perfect Truck,
the Luxurious Day Curs, ami Ilia Miiitiitftr nt Bleep
ing Coaches, the Kxcellent Diliiiip Halls, witb ainle
lime fur Ueals, aud the 1'rumpt Tiius ami Sato Cuu
itections ut the
Atlantic & Groat Western Railway
Fure a l.ovv nml Timo as Uultk u
by nny oilier Itoute.
Through Tickets and llngcnge Checks,
No. 'J IU llmailway.Nevr York; No ti glala-street and
S.'i School-street, lloaton; Deiiot ami Union ntlices,
Olevelaml; Nn. ffl tMurk street, Clneafio; In Cincin
nati, at No. n Wast fourth treet- N. K. cor. Urea-
way ami I'rolit-streets; I IA Vine street; at II. S. Mail
Line Stcaunera Lnniting foot of Vine Htreel, and nt
New Passenger Peiot of the Oincinnatl, Hamilton or
Dayton Kailwa.v In Louisville. at S W. corner Main
and t'hird-strcets, ami 2l Vouilb-atrcvt, and at lb
Ollicesuf Couueciiua Line,.
1.. II. Itl'OKFIf , Oen'l Supt.
IP. B. SUA Tilt'. Uen'l T icket Agent. 41
ON and after Weilnesilav. Jan. 1, 1sfiS. faMnrer
Train, will I.KAVK TOLKUO DAILY (SiHDAVa
K&eBrTKD), aa folluwa :
19130 A. M. Mall to Chicago.
7:t5 1. M, Nljht Kxpress to Chlesjn, with Sleep
ltIO A HI. (except Holiday uiornlrif) Mj-hl Ex
press to Chicago.
ltOO 1. .H. Day Mull to Chicago.
1:10 a. m. attor.n. ii:ov.!i,
!l.'30 A. M. i:io 1.
All train, run hj Chicago tini 0 minutes slower
than Toledo tiui. ,
Hal Ll-J,:iv A. al.and4:llo t. M.
Air Liu.. I A. M. ami 4 V. M.
Detroit. 9. IS . M.; 1 :4 and k:o I. M.
Jok.on,H:W A. l. and4:4.M. M.
CIIA8. V. HATCH, Oaneral farl.
C. P.Lanao, Oeu. I'm. Agent, . n
T. JOHNSON Si CO.,
Dealer in all elasse of
FRESH AHD SALT FISH.
WE re at ll time ready tn supply our ens
louier w ith the best article in the market
AT TUE LOWEST PUICE. '
By a just and fair system of busiuess, WJ hoie to
merit an inureasvd patronage.
f f WarvlMiuM- iu William Crook's Old Store,
on t'loot-Mreet, I'erryaburp, ii
SL'USCIlll'TIOS price of thu JommL, Twu
putUu year, iu advaucu.
& . I. H. Ii.