[...] Journal. [...] J. OBLINGER, Editor.
[...]....................JULY 10, 1868.
[...]....................JULY 10, 1868. THE NATIONAL UNION REPUBLICAN TICKET.
ULYSSES SIMPSON GRANT, Of Illinois,
ULYSSES SIMPSON GRANT, Of Illinois, For Vice-President,
The Increasei amimnl of labor consequent
pfHi Hi enlargement and improvement of tlx
juj.,,,1,, together with dimestlo atHictinn,
must constitute our apology Tur the delay in tlx
iMiMoTth raPfr wc:. hH en-
drarur to b pwro;it in Ilia future.
FROM NEW YORK.
Ths Democratic Contention, now In aossion,
at Ktw York, has hard time nf it. Having
alsughterrd I'indliti n, Hancock and Hkh
nsirrs ia turn, on the 2.U ballut Hokatio Sit
mci was nominated for President. SnvKors.,
fcowtrer, decline lo accept (lie nomination.
In a speech tendering hia thanks, h say it ia
a question (if honor with him, and lie ran not
accept the nomination w ithout placing himat'lf
and the Democratic, party in a fatal position,
lie concludes hie speech DT Raying, ' )W niii
rftrfnfs aiTR hot ." Ba, Iho Convention la not
yet through with its labors. The platform ia
al-and out rebel in its spirit.
JAMES C. HALL.
a reproduce the following from Iho press in
reference to Hon. J ami C. II aix, as a candi
lata for Congress. Ilia nnuio would carry
with it the prestige of success. The Cinciii
uali GWHr most aptly aye : "The people nl
the District would confer a furor upon the
country at largo by Dominating nud vlocting
[From the Toledo Blade, of July 3.]
Tt'e publish In another column nn article from
Hie IVrrrbnrgi,nni(,oftlii week, on the sub
ject of the Congressional nomination in tliin
triet, and presenliiig the name of our tiiwnainnn,
Son. J Kits C. II all, to tl.g consideration ol the
people lor the nomination.
Henator Mai.l has had much experience in
legislation, ia a thorough business ninn, pus
easing aliililira n! high order and p:ivuto cluir
acter above reproach. Should the pe;ile or (he
Iliatrict call him to represent lliem in the Nation
al Legislature, he wnuld riisrhigo the ilulieaof
fin! Haition, we are confident, lo tlieir entire sal
lafaetion. We trnst there will le a thorough and unre
served discussion of the nierita and strength or
the several gentlemen named in conncciinn with
the nomination. Nn hurm can result from this.
IV e want the best and strongest m.in aa our cun
didale, for we mar as well look the (net si na re
ly in the face thai we hare no child's plav be
fore us in the coming campaign in this DisMct.
1'ersonal preferences and animosities niiiat alike
give way to the aitcreaa of the cuiu.e, which, In
the heart nf cveiy friend of his country, should,
at a time like llii, be hold aacrod above all mi
[From the Cincinnati Gazette, July 8.]
James C. Hall, Eq., is a candidate for Con
gress in the Toledo iliatrict, to succeed Mr.
Ashley. Mr. Hall ia nl present a member or
the Slate Semite- a very good one. Il poa
soses llmae business qualiNontioris whicli arc
iniicli needed in Congress, and tho people of the
district would confer a favor upon the country
at largo by nominating nn I electing him.
[From the Cincinnati Chronicle, July 7.]
The Tenth District.
We reproduce from tho I'errvsburg Jnurmil
an interesting article on the political ailualioii
nf tho Tenth Iliatrict. It will be seen that that
inner brings forward lion. James 0. Hull, of
folelo, aa a candidate for Congress. All that
ia urged by the Jaarnul in behalf of its candi
date ia well deserved. Alp. II , i genii, man of
culture, of largo experience in public nil lira,
and possesses the cotitidenco and esteem of the
Republicans of tho entire State. Ilia great
popularity would insure a guud Republican
joritv m tho Tenth District.
The Tenth District. [From the Sandusky Register.]
A strong inurement Is on foot in the Tenth
District to bring out II. .n. James (!. Hull, of To
ledo, to compels with Mr. Ashley Tor tho Coi
irreaaional Domination. Senator Hall will be
Vikely to secure a majority or the delegates of
Lucas County, but it ia more than likely the
aiip.'rior wire-pulling or Mr. Aahler, in tho ru
ral diatricts, has already obtained for bim autll
eient strength to render his ivuomiuatiun rea
[From the Cincinnati Commercial, of July, 6.]
HoM. JaXKB C. HaU.. of Toledo, la urired be
a large number ol tliv prominent Republicans of
roe lenm mainci, aa an eimiieiitlr lit candidate
for t'ongreaa, lo succeed Mr. Aaui.av, who is
now serving his flfth term, and whose protracted,
arduous and exhaiisiing labors i'l the iniNaeh
wienl CAuae and other matters, it is thought by
bis friends, fairly entitle him t a seaaon of rest
from the harraaaing cures nf official life. Mr.
Hall ia a gentleman if ability, culture, and
Urge political experience, and would be a T.il
OAOU aceesaion to the rather limited ranks or
the really capable and useful nitimbera of t'on
gress. It would bo well for the people of the
Tenth District to try this cbaiigu.
5oMiKTLia Colfax is one or tho leading men
of the nation. Since he Hist entered public
life, his K'lmUiion has been ooiislantly increas
ing. Always nominated by acclamation for
Congress elected eoven times in auccea
ekn iu- a district that bad been previously
represented br Hie opposite political party j
maintaining triumphant majorities, notwith
standing the political reverses that elsewhere
defeated his party ; olected Speaker of the
Ilouae of Representatives three limes iu sue
cession, during the must eventful period of our
National history since the Itevolutioii ; filling
thai imprirlanl posiliou lo as lo win not only the
hearty plead ts of his political friends, but also
the werin approbation of hiapoliticulopponcntst
confessedly one of the Hrsl civilians of the land,
eminent for hia virtues, private and public, aud
now nomine, of the Chicago National Urpub
ican vuoveutioa lor Vice i resident, and on
the Presidential ticket with the hero of our late
war and the General of the age," Sciiuy i.ta
Colt a i is a man in whom every American can
take just pride. He ia also a in in of whom
every American votor should have an accurate
and more or leas familiar knowledge
Vloosa i Life orScui'VLRR Coi rAX, published
wyT. B. Pctikson A llHoTiitHs, is ail accurate
and reliable narrative written by one familiar
with the subject of bis sketch. It is brief but
comprehensive iu jla biographical details, and
lull of interest to everyone loving to contem
plate our buniAuiiy in the unfolding sud growth
of iu higher types of character. The pen of
fancy haa not drawn the portraiture, but in
statements, that oiight go into court asevideiice,
we are introduced to a man whoa geuial kind
nessand mural worth in private life and th
ordinary intercourse of social relations, are aa
delightful and refreshing to contemplate aa the
innocence of childhood. This volume ia also
valuable because through its rigid narrative of
fact it shows that the political life of Mr. Corral
baa been to successful, not beesuse be haa been
o lucky, nor because as a political li iminer be
haa mAaaged in some way to always catch the
krcs of p ipular favor, but because hia public
, lif haa beea lb growth aud development of
political priuciples that euse.ua ted fi-om the lawt
and obligations, of righteousneaa. From this
Volume it is aeeu that from the begiuuiug of bit
HiUcal career aduereuce lu the Uighl haa been
- hia tsoito. From this volume it ia aecn that by
&Uowiug ait sign with hit richly endowed oa-
ture,bckss aUained hia present eminent posi-
uu au4 wide inguenru. This l.il'a of Mr Cu.
'" ''olll'euibodiea bit tditori.ls, Let-
teiratiJPMnlj au(j SjWochcs, and aa these are
an aatbeutu.-, th volume haa a worth it could
not otiitraiA oosttaj. Thit feature of th
book makes i an invaluable record of on of
our most distinguished men. It sUo makes it
ucb. a l,ue uf Mr. CoijaX that no Iriend
or admirer of bia will be willing to be with
out u. n t, pu(jie,,e(, t,r T j,t j.t10j014 a
i "1' ''"'delphia, in a large duodecimo
. '"'UDdred pages, bouud IU cloth.
to auy ZlV' rA . U CU1. to 7 "e'
wjf T'l" 1,iU dUU!r occuried on the
'rtaTi' Vtimkitf niht' T1"
". .i "1?. l"d'e aud 6ro peraoot were
iAsUutl, W-,4..,Mwrel, injured.
The Fourth in Perrysburg.
THE SÆNGERBUND FESTIVITIES.
MAYOR COOK'S ADDRESS.
Large Concourse of Visitors.
Address of Dr. J. H. Rheinfrank.
EXERCISES AT THE HALL.
THE CONCERTS, &c.
The celebMllon of the ninety-second anni
versary of our national birth, on Saturday laat,
Perrvsburg, will long' be remembered by
those who witnessed it. The fostivltios, previ
ously announced, by the I'errysburg Bs-ngsr-bund,
brought here a large number nf visitors
from the surrounding country and from our
neighboring cities and villages. At a eery
early hour in the morning the town had ar
rayed itself in ill holliday attire, and tho atreeta
axon thronged with visitors by the cars,
boat and private conveyance.
About 8 o'clock in tho morning the steamer
fVn imlr mudo its III st arrival for Iho dar
from Toledo, and presented the gaycly of any
Indian queen, as aiie neared Iho dork, erery
portion of her profusely arrayed in flags,
streamers and evergreens. Deck and cabin
were thronged llli visitors, among them the
Petersburg Ocssng Vervin .and Tubuiic Maen
nercl.or Associations of Toledo, which witli ths
Fremont Kociellcs, already arrived, wero for
mally roe i e l by Mayor Cook, aa the boat
touched her dock, in the following neat recep
tion addrca I
(IrntltmiH nf lt rfi'loH raernlN'fa 4ra !
lu the name of the ciiisens of Perrvs
burg, I welcome yon 1 1 our pleasant tillage, as
gentlemen ho conic lo sid in the great deign
olerating, by the aiveet atrainsnt music, our
mill la and thougbla to the higher civilisation
which awnita mankind.
And as I recognize in you the friend of peace,
welcome you to the Joya of this anniversary nl
our national ind 'peudeneo, and lo tho hospitality
our peoplo ) for, although I'erryabnrg lias
failed I keep paco with her neighboring
villugi'l in the march lo wealth, her citisens
not failed In develop and illuatrato, on
fifing occasiona, tho grand virtuo of hos
pitality. Wo ' wclcnmo y mi lo nnr village, to her de
lightful scenery snd her pleasant walks, and
promise you Iho protection ol her riril au liori'y
while you engage in the peiicelul eujoynwnta
freemen on freedom's anil. And wo eipress
hope that tho Impression here made and
friendship formed will prove tliatArtor'i l,U
ttirU i'm Arts niYAt.
No more appropriate ncenslon could offer lo
welcome yon than this delightful July morning,
and nn day than this give greater hope of the
future, as we ace assembled the two natioiiuli
ties, with apnroprinUi emblems, mingling the
songs of tit'trrlnni with the a Keel air of the
And it is fitting, that we thus assemble,
hail with muaic and song, tho return of the
anniversary of a day whoso early dawn el
ccincd the birth nfa nation, which while it vet
lay in the criidlo of infancy gnvo promise tiisl
would one da.v tear the ciown from tba'brow
monarchy, nnd give liberty to mankind.
Wo welcome you aa colsborera ill the grand
march to universal liberie, when all nation
shall, under llod, acknowledge nn superior to
iu when intellig'inee and virtuo shall be tho
crowning glories that I end lustre to tlio human
Finally, wn welcome you aa adopted aona of
Kepnhlic, who have come hither, with
Htrong wills and unyielding resolves to aid ns
enlarge and strengthen and le unify the
temple ot liberty. (Inrmaiiy has manfully met
every crista ami nobly endeavored to solve the
great problem of the ages man's highest good.
her coil, lteliglon, l.itelaturo, and Science
each haa had its conflict and Its triumph, and
cistlo-cmwn d hills an living wltn as 'S of
the undying seal with which she haa clung lo
the apir.t of liberty.
Hut it ia,nn American soil, surrounded and
aided by the patriots of all nations, the spirit
liberty is to ripui into tho full fruition o
fraternity a id e pia by, an I ill -n, the arch of
hope, tirmly united by the keystone of virtuo,
ahull span the continent an I the rod, white and
blue, eyst-V where hailed by the gland chorus
nforare, iib'H.r and luiionj will truly irmbol
van the liinlherliiHal of Man
Again, in the mime or our people, I bid you
At Iho conclusion of the address, tho line of
march waa taken up, and, accompanied by the
Fremont and Maumee Uanjls, the different As
sociations pioceedcd to the Hall, which is a i e
and beautiful structure, standing iu an lochia
ure of half an aero. The grounds have been
tilted up with regard In comfort and recrea
tion, with arbora and seats throughout, and is
alike a ere lit to tho projectors of the enter
prise, and In the place itself. After partaking
an excellent dinner, prcparo 1 by our fellow
citiseii, John Sciiwinp, tho exercises at Iho
Hall were opened by a aweet air from the ex
cellent Kremo il Hand, followed by tho dedica
tion address in Uerinan, by Dr. J. 11. Kiikin
prank, tho President of tho I'errysburg Soci
ety. The following ia a translation of tho Doc
tor's vloqiieut roin.uVs :
My Fkiknusi In bchaif of your young sis
ter, tho Siongerbuud Association, or I'errva
burg, it gives me the greatest pleasure to cruet
you suit tender you the hospitalities of our
nuiet town, hero on the banks ol the placid
Maumee, within a atonu'a thioiv of tho renowned
baltlo-tlcldof a Harrison and Wayne, and upon
the glorious anniversary of Ameiicau Inde
pendence. We meet to consccralo I rush altera
the (,odd--sa of Music, and for a day to cast
asiue Iho uiala of everyday lite and recreate so
belly nod procrly with our Iri nd.i andiieigh
Lora. Such leatu i ies, blest as lliey alua.va are
with healthful laatity and mental enjoyment, can
not fail cannot botexerrii-eabenclicial intliieuce
upon nil participants. The temporary rest from
labor and care, the friendly intermingling and
association of rititoi s of d, Herein and distant
cities, the roduulant II iw of learning and wit,
hich occasions of a similar nature nui.- t al
ways inipiie, the renewal ol memoritsof a his
torical past, nn the very spot which gave those
memories birth, these, these alone, must inspire
us all villi a joyous appreciation of this occas
ion. Hut when all tliesj are bound together as
bonds of Inendshlp aud are laid st the shrine of
the beauteous (loddesa of Mueio, then we be
hold liumau enjoyment lo its true. I and purest
habiliments. From rosy childhood to sombre
sge we are taught t revere music. Truly
lias the poet said, " He that - has not music in
bis soul, is tit lor treason, stratagem and spoils."
The angola iu heaven are said to sing haltlu
j.ibl and praise, lo the Most High, with songs of
glory. Lutes and harps are in their hands snd,
clothed in sNitless white, with crowns of inno
rence upon their brow, ttier sing I'anlius to the
Founder aud Kulur of the l)aiveie. From the
crualiou of the world, muaie haa formed most
important, evor present, ve uiyalermue, part.
The music nl tlio rplieres. In music ot all na
ture, and tlio music clmir lorni monies lor many
dawning mcsios. The pastoral lute, the piH',
the harp, the timbrel aud the born, alike are
sung in nomine verse, snd irj.il ryinm,
and all lileiatur seems incomplete without
the ballon nig sound ol inuaio.
We lo day meet to ile.lieale a temple raised lo
l ie honor ol Una glO' lou, Ihsldesaand lor In use
of our newly formed Singing AeMK-iulinn. Our
iutenlion la. It pripereu, to make our lime
band toe ru,al iu ariuireinenta, bolh social and
muaicai, w un uiu i u ciuer sisters, e
welcome you Hu n, on this our Ileal Festival,
tutaiiilv. and pray you lo consider that vou are
truly and icaliy welcome, nod not only f.iryour
presence lieie, lul oecauso ol tne energy ana
jieraeverance you have yourselves for years
nasi exercised in the formation of lb ninsical
iraininir aud healthful inter ourae among the
German cilitena of America. Yon, betore lis
by th ualoos fostering of your respective Mu
.ieal Societies, have ahowu a part worthy o
our einulatinu aud entitling you lo our highral
nraiaea and moat cordial welcome. We, the
ksnoeibuud of IVnysbnrg, have exisird
such for a lew slioit months ; our means have
been aomenliat limit,!, but our seal ami en
rev have dooo much In coiiuti r all dillicul
ne. With the aid of our many esteemed
fio-mla. we have been enabled lo erect this un
pretending temple, aud devote the cause to the
! u. ........ I It! lill, lllll.in..l .Ml.. nil,
and instrumental culiuro. Is not Ibis then to
ba ooutideied a moat laudable underlskiiig
and are we not entitled lo some little praise
fn.io our elder sisters in the work T I lien
again, in the name nfour Association, w louder
you In iiorrusiiiii'B oi our icmpie anu t.iwn,
and beg you lo eiuorac heartily the preaeut
moineul for lulclleclusl and relined uiovmeul.
aud when th cereioouiet of lliedsy tr oier
and you return to your own homes, nisy you
bear with vou la.tiug and pleuinercoollecuons
of th day you have spent among 4W.
Iu lbs evening a grand concert wst given
under the autnieea of th Khouer Family, of
Buffalo, assisted by th " Concordia " of Fr
moot. This entertainment comprised the great
musical future of the day'a festivities, and
waa heartily appreciated, and received most
lavish and well-deserved eucomiume from Ihoa
The Coooordis, of Fremont, and lb Fhnosr
Family, f Uuf'sln, deserve siecisl mention.
A torn o moi ik tiled oiuiiciaM tod vocalist
never favored I'errysburg with their
strains, and they have won a place in
hearts nf our ritliens that will be remem
The Maumee Hand, liken lie, won
ennseooonoe of onlv two musical asaocia-
enteiing the list in coolest for the one
dollar prise, II was deemed best In
(he trial until a future occasion.
occurred throughout the entire day
the harmony and good feeling that pre
anil Ihe remark waa repeatedly made
a more quiet and orderly celebration at
tended by bo large number was seldom, if
waa inaugurated new feature In the
of eur pleasant Tillage one that ia em
commendable and worthy the unre.
encouragement of all who would ad
vs the love of music and the warm impulses
Friendship and t'nivuraal rtrotherhiHid. The
of the Sa-iigerbiind is the promotion ol a
lore' of humanity, and the cultivation of
art so aptly atyled the language of the
iwcoi music. HllAKsriAiia haa Well
man that hiitli no muaic In himself,
is not ti.oved Willi concord of aweet
for treasons, strntegema and spoils t
motions or hia spirit are dull aa night,
hia affections dark as Kruuus
nn audi man bo trusted."
(iermany are we indebted for the awretest,
strains nf melody, and the Perryaburg
rhengcrbund Will undoubtedly foster snd cher
ish the grand old airs nf (ho Fatherland, and
our people with a keener appreciation
harmonious " concourse of siveel sounds.'
it. career ho a prosperous one, snd its in
be only for Iho Uood, Ilia licautiful and
TAlll Ol' l.'tlldl KPECTA CI.I'H.
Tho Under will bo handsomely rewarded
returning them to lK. K. H. PF.CK.
I Mil v r 111 Acres, all fenced, and
nearly 100 acres under cultivation, good
orchard, etc., adjoining a village with
mills and good school. Price $i0
Also, n Fairm nf Htt Acre, near Hull
Station) 25 acres under cultivation :
house and barn i well timbered, on corner of
gota! muds. Price ,0titl.
PorrysWg, July 0, 1808. 10
To acll by subscription Surtain's flno
atevl Portruita of
GRANT and COLFAX.
Published by the National Art Association.
l 25 each $2 50 per pair. For terms
full particulars, apply personally to, or
(choosing territory snd enclosing t'l 75
complete outfit, consiating of Samples, Hol
ler Case, Aittogiupli HiKik, A.C., to bo sent by
11. II. (IUIU AN, I'ubllaher,
MAIN AMI W ATKM STHItSTS,
ltOt'HKSTKK, N. V.
IIOUT the latter part of May , a HAY COLT
strayed rrnin mi premises,' in Swan Creek
Fulton County, Ohio. Thn Colt is
built, two tears old, and no while nark
it; tlio only distinguishing murk alout
Colt is a scar nn its under lip. A li ier.il
will be paid for its recovery, and a line
to the subscriber, stating such fuel,
receive prompt attention. Addresa W. M.
P. O. box 35, Struutun, Lucaa
Washington Woolen Mills,
KEAll KEYNOLDS' MILLS,
MAU1MEK CITY, OHIO.
Washington M'oolcn Mills Co.
RESPECTFULLY inform their frienda and
patrons In Loess and adjoining counties,
ther have on hand the largest and most
substantial stork of WOOl.KN UOODS ever
in Northwestern Ohio, consisting of
SINGLE AND DOUBLE SHAWLS,
ami Fitncy Double ami Twinl
CnsHimcros, ltnlmoral Skirls, Mel
tons, Tricots, Lit dies' Cloth, Pluin
nml Fancy Plaid Flunm-lf, till
wool, 1 'lain ami Twilled
Plicetinc;R, Bliinkots, Jonnn,
Stocking Yarn, etc.
Thry OiTcr in Ewkngc fur Wool or Cash.
machinerv is nil new and of (lie niOHt
description. We are prepared to do
Curding, Ciiriling and Spinning, manuf.ic
tiirtngoii siisres or by tlio yard.
lor Holla or Carding and Spinning niiisl
and picked, iu order to insure
Thankful for the liberal palronago received
past, would say to our old customers
all nthcra who may see III to patronise us
wo havo. at great cxpetiao, luted up our
with the best machinery that could be got
secured the aei vices of skillful and expe
rienced oil men. so that we are enabled to di
iu a stylo hitherto unsurpassed in the
Wnhingtnn M'oolrn Mill Cn.
Maitnmo City, June 15, I8IIH. 13
subscriber, aa Sole Proprietor, will con
X tiniio tlio business of Making sud Repairing
Wivyroiis iviid Cai'i-iaPH,
BLACKSMITHING AND PAINTING
KmitM.as Foreman of the Wood Shop
(Iantikk, Foreman of the ltlacksmill
Himself, Foreman of the Paint Shi p, and
(ii'nornl NupeilntntiuVnlol nil the Uc
Thanking the frienda or the old firm Tor pssl
be would respectlullv solicit a conttnn
their patmnage, and also the patron
of the tuihlic eeiM-rallv, asMiring all that
whatever work la done at tils sliop, will De
W. U. niM.I.KXUKCK.
Vrrysbnrg, O., January It) IstlT. Sftss
NEW BOOK STORE
New Stock Latest Stylo Hats
Just received a Urge stock nf New Slv'es of
WALL PAPER AND BORDERS.
Also, Window t'uers snd Kiislie Shades,
now the best thing in use.
Srliool Binil.3 of All Kimls
Toy Hooka, Testaments, llibles, etc., etc.
aa r'nrclope, HuR sud While, of sll siies;
riailscsp, la'gal f. sp, 1 oogress letter,! oui
mercial Letter, etc., etc., together with
llennties. I'ensiona aud Justice: Ulan
lhaiks, lisries, kleuioraiidums, Inks ol' sllkinds
Toys, PictureH & Friuncis
Also, 1'rauiea made lo order ou short notice.
ATiiainl T it m! iii i noil t st.
Violins, Flutes, r ifca.l'ircahiea. Violin snd tioi
lar Slringa Short Muaic, and even tiling
usually kept by Ihaik Stores.
Ladies an I (ieiila' Taper Collar and Cufla ;
Shakspeare and Regatta t'ollara lalral atyle;
Worsted ami Aliaaca I'rv.a ttiaiusj
Needles, Tins, Sit. lit
0 loves. Mills
lombs, ltuttons t
intend to keen good assortment ol U ks,
Sutiouerv and Yankee VoUoet, and won't be
uodertold. For Cash only.
llood'i Slock, ferrtibur;, 0. Mu
THE HARDWAIIE STORE.
PECK, HAMILTON & CO.,
PUOPUIETORS OF THE
Mammoth Hardware Store,
Are now offering to their many customers
Largfsl, Most Complrtf, and Brst SclettoJ
STOCK OF GOODS.
Comprising every article In their tine, ever
brought to this market. Th most of our im
mense stock has been purchssed direct fmm th
msnutsrturera by ourselves, selected with greet
csre, aud adaptej expressly to this msrkvt.
Iluying strictly for Cash, aud in large quanti
ties, we are enabled to
OFFER ORE AT INDUCEMENTS
purclnsers. Our atock comprises In part
Silver-. luted Ware (
Co iking Stores
Sheet-iron Stoves j Ac., Ac., Ac.
To Tho.-Hi 13i.ii Id inn;.
offer great Inducements in the way of
To IiiT Men.
Muley Mill Sawst
English TesU'd Coil Chains '
John Hot bey Files ;
Uussiu, Italian, Hemp, Jute and Itothcrj
Packings ; ,
String Leather j
Copper Itirols, etc. etc.
Matlcnblu Irons ;
A full aud complcto line of
Neck Yokes ;
Cutter .Stuff, nnd
(A. I.nrgo Slock.)
Spcnr Si. Jackson and Wheeler,
Aiuiucn a v iemiMin a naws;
Jilaydote's llummers ;
Uulcher's Chisels ;
Sucll's Cast-steel Augers;
Junning'i Hits )
Flint l'apor, etc. etc.
To iho Farmer.
Fvery Article Nerdrd In llulldinar.
l.vcry Arllrler Neritod In ItcoulrHig.
livery Arllrlo I arilalyiiiirllninr.
Fvery A rttrlci I'aed nn yauvlsrais,
Kvcry Article yam Anllclpule Iwtng,
And iu our lino, can bo found at
HE MAMMOTH HMDWARE STORE.
To tho Ladies.
SILVER-PLATED WAKE, AS
Cake Ileskcts ;
Napkin Kinga ;
leu 1'ilchcrs, etc.
licautiful Toilet Seta ;
. . K.-uulilul Tunic Mats ;
Cooking Stoves ;
I'arlor Stoves ;
Ilining-riNiiu Stoves ;
Tin Warn ;
Tubs and Fails;
Mi p-Sticks ;
Shovels and Tongs ;
Ladies' Traveling llaskels, nnd
Kitchen I'tcnsils iu general.
Our stuck it complcto in every Department,
and is offered
LOWER THAN THE LOWEST!
Thanking you for your past patronage, we
would invito you all to examine tho stork
and prices of Hoods lo be found iu
The Mammolb Hardware Hole,
rurchased for the
Fall and Winter Trade of IS67-'GS.
PECK, HAMILTON & t'O.
I'errysburg, October 3b, lSft7. .1
Sash, Door, &BliiiflFactory.
Wn lb Hark, fttwl ! .wtslnnsfAvc.
PKHlllMHI UU, OHIO.
''III S ftblishnient is n in succruful
o(eraiiou, aud w ar now od'eriug for sale,
l ountiv Lumhcri
Tins, Ah, Whit and ('oltow-wood Klmirinj ;
l'ine, White and I'ottou-woud (tiding )
Our facilities ft doing business arc such thai
Our Triers Icty C'onielltloa !
W receive our Lumber direct froui to Fiueiiej.
w work Seasoned Lumber.
W uae the best and latest improved Machinery.
W work only th best Mechanic, wlirrebv
w ar enabled lo olfvr to all thus who ar
building, or anticipate building', suieriur advan
Orders solicited for all work ia our liue,
and eiHitracla made for
ml FuilJic Dviisfi ftmplrlf.
Oountrv Lumber Daned and Mslehod.
Couutry Lumber 1'laued and mad; into Siding.
Strictly Trims Country I.titubcr Wanted.
TDCK, LEES A CO., rror-ristor.
fur.viburf, OctvUr !, 157. it
CHEAP CASH STORE!
G. WILLIAMS & BRO.
STACKS OF NEW GCODS
Prices Which Defy Competition!
stock Is a large one and well selected,
a view to the special requirements ol thia
or the counirv.and we come before the
with the confidence that
CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD!
would be impossible to enumerate articles
prices. To be appreciated they must be
and an Inritstion ia therefore extended
whole community to call nnu aee me
style and quality of our
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
embraces all the mnatdestrabtcquali-
bo found in the market.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
Invite tho examination of the Ladies
magniflcent sssortmeutol DreseQooda,
which may be found
Empress Cloth, French Merinos,
Poplins, Alpacas, English Merino,
Delaines, Calicoes, Lace Curtains,
Cluakings, lll'ched Sheetings, Ladies' Cloth,
Swiss Mulls, 1'rintcd Lawns, and a
I,ine of White Grocxls.
Spring and Summer Shawls).
GENTLE MEsT'S WEAR.
STOCK OF DOMESTICS
nnd complete, and will be disposed of at
EXCEEDING L Y LO AV PMCES.
I'rlnts t 1!4 to M cents;
Sheetings and Muslins IX s to ZOcts.
Denims, Stripes & Ticks.
Special ittcntiou ia called to our stock of
Garpets and Oil Cloths.
Also, lo our stock of
YANKEE NOTION'S, &c.
is full and complete, and can not bo sur
passed in vunety, quality and low prices.
J390nr strlcs are tho verv latest, and lo
Customers our prices are the very lowest.
H. Wo desiro those of our patrons who
unsettled accounts of the last year to cull
settle them as soon as possiblo.
A. G. WILLIAMS & BR0.
rerrysburg, May 15, 18R8. Sflir
THE SUMMER TRADE.
of Front street and Itmwaua avtnuf.
SUMMER HAS COM 12!
AND WITII IT k
Which every one should
CAll AND EXAMINE
licfuro looking eUewhero for
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND
Best Stock !
Ths Best Styles
SELL AT LOWER PRICES
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE
NORTH E UN OHIO
Terrysburg, May 1J 1SW. itu
and froia any part
of Euro, b lb National Lis of Susm-
sailing weekly, can b procured
LU'tUNGK BANK OF 10LEDO.
lil Summit Uct, Toledo.
MEAL, FEED AND HOMINY
MEAL, FEED AND HOMINY MILLS,
AMES & W0RTI1 are prepared lodornslnm
Grinding for the Farmers of Wood county,
promptly than any other mill in thia vicin
ity. Alwsv on band and for sale or exchange
Coarse and Fin Meal, Chop Feed and Flour.
AMES It WORTH are alwsvs in the msr
ket, buying all kinda of Grain 'and Farm Pro
duce, and paving belter price than any other
market in Wood countv.
H ask ins, July 1, 1808, 4.1n
HASKINS PLOW FACTORY.
rpilE subscriber having fitted up
1 an establishment for the manu
facture of Steel I'lows, are now pie
pared to supply the Fnrniera of Wood
county with the very best
STEEL rLOWS, and
fn rv svtt v o? rif a nis t sl
X WO-MtOVCl JULi L X VAX lAftO
Tlsvlng had many years experi
ence in matiuf during I'loivs in Mit
chell A Sons' Plow Factory and other
works, w are conlldcnt wa can turn
BEST PLOW iu Wood County.
Dona promptly and in (be most thorough
Iff" All our work warranted satis
factory, or nn sale.
HEI'ASS & DEDACHER.
Iliiskina, July 8, 1818. 4.1zs
IEAD! READ! READ!
ARE AGAIN UFFERIXO AT
To Cash and ('bsc Buyers.
Wo aro Sollingi
At 12; eon'i.
Heavy Brown Sheeting,
18 to 80 cents.
12' i to 25 cent.
. From 80 to 23 cents.
A largo assortment at a Bargain.
bite Goods, Lawns, Trimmings,
At a sacrifice.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
ACKINGS & SHAWLS.
AS CHEAP AS BEFORE THE WAR.
A SPECIALTY, ANU. VERY LOW.
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
IX OREAT VARIETY.
ROCERIES AND CROCKERY
We are Reducing Prices, and are
Determined to Sell Oar Goods.
,Yf Solicit ; vi EARLY CALL, and win ante it IS-
TERESTIMi to Ml wb will Come and Sre I's.
We rav. CASH, aa nsnal, for
Staves, Wool & Produce
Don't fowl thr PLvr . . .THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
F. II. Iflll.LEll & CO.
Terrysburg, May 29, 18. 36
DllY GOODS. GROCERIES.
CROCK Kit V, CORN-MEAL,
IIATS & CArs,
BOOTS & SHOES,
Will Pay Cash foi Qaantityol
I'errysburg, March 11, ISO. 4Au
BOOTS & SHOES,
fV lit best custum-aiakc, in variety al
Ir0R Moo's aud Roy' wear, at
IIATS Ss CAPS
V LARUE assortment at
IlROWN d Hleached tiheeliajis and Sbirt-
13 tugs I'ommsj
Coituuadea, Ac. Ae. it BEACII'S.
COFFEES, Teas, Sarirs and Spices in rari-
V. rtr, both aa lo aualiiy and price, at the
Orocery btor of C. LEAF.
CANNED FRl'lTS aid Sirups, warranted
t b an A No, 1 quality, id al th very
jowe.l prutb, at tut blot ol LLAt
The Spring season Ig npon ns , and It prom
ises to tie a busy one. It is very certain that
Tarme can not pay the Farmer without rightlv
directed Inbor. Aa helps to Farming, 1 have
ma v he mad t ... - t ,
.. ' iiir mcmservea OU'
earn those wlw use them
.rgo inieresi on tlieir cost,
As Afrent for some of the best Manufacturer,
can offer purchaser unusual inducement.
.Machine will be warranted, and will per
form all that is claimed for It.
urcnasers will alwara find it to their ad
vantage to gel their Machines from Resident
It r in preference to a Traveling Agent. A
Resident Agent can alwivt be reached to make
any failure in the warranty with the
Traveling Agent it is not alwava
Resideul Agentcan also attend to repi.irs. which
often an importunt matter to th .,,,r ,.r
The following well-known Imi.h mont. mm.
a port of my large stock i
EXCELSIOR REATER & MOWER,
SULKY CORN CULTIVATORS.
WOODS A WI NO MACHINES.
THE VICTOR CANE MILL,
SULKY HAY RAKES,
THE UXION CHURN,
UUCKKYJS CIDER MILL & TRESS
&c, &c, itc, kc.
rensj-sburjr, June 15, 18C8. 8m
rpiIE Ladies of Pcrrvsuiirfi nnd vicinity art
most respectfully iiitorincd that
MRS. JARVIS SPAFF0RD
tastily fitted up tlio Store formerly occu
pied by Clianipney A Wiiglit fur the sale of a
gcnerul assortuient of
LADIES' FURNISHING GCODS,
Hosiery and fjlores,
Lares and Embroideries,
llibliona and Buttons,
i'unisols, &c. Ac,
Which she will sell at the lowest csali price.
DRESS & CLOAK MAKING
Done to order in the
L,tct Style nnd Brst manner.
Mr. SpsSiird cordially invite her lndr
frienda to favor her with tbeir patronage, with
sssoT ince that she will spare no tll'orts t
merit their furore. Sx
CLOSING OUT SALE!
IN DRY GOODS.
II. II. HOUSTON,
With a View of Changing Business
TO CASH CUSTOMERS
Exlraoi dinary Inducements
J3oots & Shoes,
Hats & Caps,
MY STOCK IS NEARLY COMPLETE
IN ALL THESE BRANCHES.
Persons wishing to nuke good bargains, will
ilo well to call and tianiuw Uuoda aud I rice
as I am bouud lo sell.
3D II. II. HOUSTON
rrO THE WORKING CLASS-Farmcra. Me
JL chanica. Ladies, aud everybody. I am now
prepared lo furnish you w-.tli constant emulov
tueut at your bouiea, th whole of your time, or
in your spare nirments. Bnsines new, light
snd profitable. Fitly cents to 5 er evening is
easily earned by persous f either sex, and the
ooys ana gins earn nearly aa muca aa men.
Great inducements are offered thus who will
devote their whole tiin lo th businrsa, and
that every person w ho let thi nolico may
send UK their iddree, and test iho buaiuess for
themselves, 1 mak th following uuparalleled
oiler I To all who ar not well satisfied with
the business, I will aenrt l In pay for the
trouble of writing me. full particulars, direc
tions, Ac., aent free, A (unipl will be sent by
man to an woo win peon iu cent. Auurea
84 fc. C. ALLEN, Co-i'Mirs, Ouiu.
P. CRANKER & SONS
HAVE lately estabJULed tbeniselve in their
New Shop, and ar. now fully prepared to
nil an order lor
WAGONS, BUGGIES, SLEIGHS, &,C
BUcLsmiihtng of every Dfscrlptii
Promptly attended to, and apecial atteotioo
given lo ths SHOEING of Trotting.
Tacing or Huouiog Uoracs.
t4y"8hopoo Brth aid of 8ooad-trct,
bcuecu n aluul uJ Luuuiau BU. itu
NEW YORK COLUMN.
Osborn Manufacturing Company,
109 Bleeker-street, N. Y.
"OSBORN - BIRD ASD ANIMAL CAGES.
f AlfUFACTURED ,lTh.
Thes Cages are of great variet. rf .trie
and finish, snd inrlnde CANARY Pioonv
MOCKI.NO-HIdD, 8QUIRREL, &e. '
They re finished in superior manner i m
Paint of any descnption which la an fatal to
bird and animals, being used in their construe,
tinn. Tbey a re vermin proof, ltird Fsaeisr
will appreciate these point of excellence, lo t
fonnd in no other cage. They received the
higl t premiums at lb Ameiricao Institute and
New York 8tate Fair of 1867.
Cantton. All oar esges are stsmped with onr
nam opou them. Send for circular and price
GEORGE G. HILTON,
Tiemanii's Larindry Blue.
THIS Illn la mnnnfse
tnred expresslr for
Washing: pnrioses by th
vcll-known tNdor mai.ufac
Jtnrers, , F. Tiemnnn
Co., an1 being perfectly
I'tare and frr frrm nil, it
supplies a want which has
long been felt, a Ml' ehit Kill not injur fae
It i pot up In convenient form, in bottles, or,
for those who prefer using the powder, in neat
woodeu boxes. Sold by Urocers and Druggists.
J. II. TIEM ANN, Sole Age it,
7xs 340 Pearl-street, N. Y.
Melodeons, Parlor, Church & Cabinet
Melodeons, Parlor, Church & Cabinet ORGANS,
And First Premium Pianos.
With Iron Frame, Orerstrnng Rsss and AgrstTe
Bridge. The best manufactured. War
ranted for six jearp.
I'lANOS, Mclodenns and Orjans of
six first-class makers, st low orices
for cash, or one-fifth cash nnd tho balance in
monthly installments, for rent, and rent money
applied if piirchnsed. 8eC"nd hsnd instruments
at great bargains. IlliiKtratid culnlogues mailed.
Mr. Waters is the author of six Sundsy School
Music Books i Heavenly Echoes." and new
S. S. Bill," iust issued.
HORACE WATERS, & CO.,
HORACE WATERS, & CO., Warerooms, 481 Broadway, N. Y.
The Waters Pianos are known as among th
rcrr best. JV. Y. Kcnn'rli't.
Wo csn upesk of the Waters Pianos from per
sonsl knowledge as being of the very best qual
ity. tyrutian htfrttiymrrr, '
We have one of Mr. Waters' Pianos now in onr
residence, where it has stood for years, of whicli
any manufacturer in the world miirht be proud.
We hare a I wars been delighted with it aa a
swejt-toned and powerful instrument, and there)
ia no doubt of iu durability ; more than this,
some of tho best amateur players in the city, as
well aa sereral celebrated pianists, hare per
formed on the same piano, snd all pronounce?
it a superior and first-class instrument. Stronger
indorsement wa cannot gire. Jlumn Junriml.
$22 Novelty Sewing, Embroidering and Braiding
Complete with Table for only $22.
AGENTS Wanted, Male or Female, to sell the
Novelty Sewing and Embroidering Ma
chine, the most complete machine ever offered
r ilo. It will do all kinds of work that can be
done with the high-priced machine. It mnkis
the famous Elastic Lock Stitch, that will not
rip nor break, even if every third stitch is cut.
It can be sold in almost every family, including
great many who hare the high-priced ma
chines, for its embroidery, in which it excel
all others. Send stamp for circular. All ma
chines warranted and kept in order for one rear.
Free of charge F.MMF.S. CRAM & CO.,
Sole Agents for the United Stutesand Canndas,
is Vzi Chestnut-street, l'liiladclplita, fa.
Try Me and You Will Surely Buy Me.
Indispensable in every Family, Steamboat
HPHE most usefnl domes i : article ever nflered
L to the public for the soring of labor and of
strength. This machine is for inixiag cakes of
all kinds, puddings, omelets, for beating eggs,
tor masmng potatoes, lor moulding oreau, sc.,
performing the operation quickly, perfectly and
thoroughly. All will be convinced that ilio
-ame mat r'al will go farther and a cake will
be much better in every way when mndeby this
Mixer. It is also useful to the painter and the
druggist, nd for everything that require thor
ough mixing or beating, this machine will b
found invaluable. I he price is so low that it
within the reach of every family. Agent
wanted in every countv. Liberal discount ti
dealers. Retail price $5 each. State snd
countv rights fur sale by O. I,. NEW! ON A
CO., Proprietors, 71 West 44, h street, N. .
Flue Jewrlry and Silver It ure;
BENEDICT BROS'. NEW STORE,
NO. 691 I1IIO AUY. AY, N. V.
Between Amity nnd I'liurth-sls.
Benedict Bros., 1T1 Bi oadwny.
KEEPERS OF THE NEW YORK CITY TIME.
Sol Agent for Eomontoir Tower Claoki.
Also, Ag'enti for the Celebrated
American Waltham H atches. .
Importer of Foreign Winches of tlio
Jnoal CelebrHleu iuukeri
All of our Goods rc WARRANTED
and we offer them to the public at th
BENEDICT BROTHERS, iip ta SEW STORE,
7xs No. COl Drondwny, New York.
CSie Florence Seining' SHotjiine
WAS awarded the Firat Fremium at Iho
following Fairs and Industrial Exbibi-
i id during the past season :
New England Agricultural Fair, Providence-,
N. Y. State Agricultural Fair, llufialo,
Mechanic' Aiaociation, Lowell,
American Institute, New York,
Maryland Institute, Haiti more.
Reside numerous minor State and County
Faira throughout the Country, thus cstabloa.icaT
our claim that the Florence I the lll
Family Newing AlHclune in the World.
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE CO.,
SOS Broadway, N. Y.
Bend for an Illustrated Ci cular. , Tr
CHEMICAL WINDOW POLISH.
FOR cleaning and polishing mirrors, windows
. show cases, tin, lirittama ware, and metal
of every description. It doe away rith all
Iheinconvenienc of soap, water snd slops, with
their attendant destruction of paint, carpet,
frames, Ac, instantly combines with and re
mores grease and dirt of every description, leav
ing the surface of metal or glas not only per
fectly clean, but bright and polished.
No family ever using it will do without it
Price 31) cents per box. For sale every where.
Manufactured br JUA" , incmiai.
Tax 10 Eiw-(trvel7Bit:epurt, Coun,
BENNETT, JOHNSON & CO.
Have removed from 45 Dey-street to 612 Broadway,
corner of Houston-st., New York.
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
New Patent Shingle Bracket.
THE Bhingle Bracket, is especially adapted
ft Uuilders, House Joiuen, Masons and
Carpenter. With it a acaffoldiug can be built
in less tiin npon roof aod with greater aately
and lake down aa quickly, iihoul leaving
nail lioW in th roof, Kelail price $ perdosen.
Send for illustrated eirculsrs. Orders promptly
Blled,at wholesale snd reuil.
Territory for sale anywber in the United
Bute that i not told on lb b lea in Cooking
BENNETT, JOHNSON & CO.
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