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TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad.
Toledo li lor and H.Mfi
Perrysborr I , r ami H MD r i
Hull Prairie I A? IMii
llaiklni 1.041 r n and t.M r l
Tontorany 1.10 r and HUM f i
.We.t.m Itlri and 10. i r i
Milton 1 ,(M r and M 40 r
Cuitar I 41 r and 10.43 r I
Ouster S.lri r n and ft Mt I
Milton 1 M p ind 8 41) i
We. tnn S SS r and ICin
Tontoyany M r and 4 W a i
lla.klna SOdr Hand 4.84 a i
Hull Prairie M r and 4 11 a i
t'errv.lmrg. K.iO r and S OU a
Toledo ! 4.1 r and S.iiO a i
GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH.
Toledo a.no r
IVrryi'mrii II 59 r N
Moll Prairie. 4.HI r
lUakin 4 vfl f
Tnntogany 4.42 p m
Weton V10 p m
Milton I it P m
Cuitar 5 M r h
. 6M 1 l
..6N) a l
..7.10 A l
. I.M A I
..H .0 a i
... 1 a i
,.f 4i A I
... '.'ft a i
Hull Prairie .
SENECA J. POWELL, Agent.
Waaler Cnmmiaainner's Sale C. W. Ever.
Spectacle Loat E. I. Peck.
Real Ktate for Rale Rosa ft Cook.
Sheriff" Sale C. W. Kvcrs.
Agent Wanted II. II. Unit an.
Marriage Report for June.
There were but five mairiajr licenses is
neil from the office nf Judgo Tvli.hr, during
(fie in tnth of June. The names of the parties
tiro as follows :
John Grosser and Sarah Ktinpcrman.
Kartholnuiew Kisser and Mary K. Pletclier.
Henry Sheets and Maedalena Cornelius.
F.dwnrd Kelaey and Khnda M. Phoenix.
John Otteibaciicr and Mary Slyer.
Birth and Death Report.
Phraic'ana, Ministers and Sextons will bear
in mind that the Hirth and Death Law was not
repealed last winter, and they are required to
tnake report as heretofore. We are informed
that reports have beeu neglected, and that the
natter will bo looked after. The lust quarter
expired June 30. So look nut.
The Donaldson Affair.
An extremely partial account of the Donald
son tragedy, from the Tiffin Aticertucr, is pub
lished id the Cincinnati inquirer, and tve
thought of laying it iu full before our readers
this week, but aro unable to do so. llr. Don
ai.iksun wag arrested nn Friday night last, on a
eace warrant, had an examination before
Squire St. Jonv, and bound over. Failing
to pive bond, ho was again placed in ; ill, but
will, in all probability be released un a writ t f
Two stables were destroyed by fire, at the
sippcr end of town, on Friday, of last week.
Supposed to have been caused by a pipe or
cirar. Insurance small.
We learn that the celebration of the Fourth
at Bowling Green was quite largely attended.
lcn. P. 8. Si.uvin, of this place, Wat. It. Gor
mi.i., Esq., of Toledo, and, Gen. Wu. II. Gibson,
of Tiffin, were the principal speakers.
--A fink display of fireworks took place at
the comer of Louis ana-avenue and Frnnt
atreet.on the evening of the Fourth, which
was witnessed by a large assemblage of our
citizens of both sexes. Firo-craekera atrd tor
pedoes constituted the chief amusement of
Tan" Cora Lock did a driving business on
the Fourth, in plying between this pcint and
Toledo. She commenced making lior trips at a
very early hour in the morning, and continued
without intermission aetil It o'clock at night,
thronged with passeagera at every tiip.
Emro Jouksai. : I am informed by relia
ble persons, who attended the celebration nf the
Fourth nf July, at Howling Greeu. th t at ih
corner stone of the Court-house, that is to b-,
the ceremonies were larg ly mingled with per
sonal abuse and villilicution. A large and re
fl;ectable number of the people nf the county
attended the celebration, among them many per
sona from PerryBburg. who went with Ilia ex
pectation nf having a pleasant time and enjoy
ing in a rational manner the celebration of our
nation il independence. Little did they antiii
te a rch ish of the tow personalities and bit
ter slang that was there poured out upon these
who saw'fit to differ from (ilea on the question
of removal. Hut in Ihislluy were sorely ilis
n;pointed. The proper flail were there, ready
to pertiroa Ifce'rr p rt, and nt the proper time
Mr. Gaaini.L, the champinn of the day. a .J tl e
almighty man of Perrysburg, assisted by some
nf the lesser lights, performed well tluirpari,
in tongue lashing myself and two or three thnu
aand other rebels of Wood County. . Aad this
they called " burying the hatchnt." It' tho-e
gi'ii'leinen think they have made anything ont
of their masterly effort, they aro welcome to it;
I think S shall be able to stand up under all the
invectives they mav hurl at me.
So far as their allusion to ma in the contest
case, I care but little about it, personally ( b I
1 do pr,4est against the object sought to be ca -ried
ont to keap up a bitter feeling, among the
people of the county, and then transfer it to the
p ilHical field, pio.cribir.g every man who has
ever dared to express an opinion opposed f
th ir nwn on the county-seat question. Th s
14 apparent from every more made. The nflic a
of the county are already parceled ont, ac
cording to the " ring" managers, and no per
on can hold anolliue that has opposed them.
I thiuk these gentlemen will discover before
long.that their proceedings will receive the con
demnation of a large majority nf the removal
nnd anti-removal men of the county. When
ever the parly is to be made subservient to
the unecruputntta designs nf suci uicksteis.
they will find that the people of it Bounty,
with one accord, will be readr to meet (hem
The wheat harvest is pnigresaing rspidly in
ths Weal. In many places it is over, and gen
erally drawing to a close. We have no new
developments as to the results. The reports,
with a few exceptions, confirm previi no advices.
We may uow satetr aav a good crop ol wheat
lias been aecureil good in quality and giaid in
The weather has been Terr hot, and de
cidedly uncomfortable for those compelled to
cudure it; out It gave the nalslimg touches
U the wheat crop, and causes the corn to grow
an fast that it is making up for lost time.
There has been rain, tno, in the right places
' uot genera', but hero to-day, and there to-tnor-row.
Thus throughout the West, we are bar
ing excellent weather for the corn crop, and
crop prospects, altogether, are favorable.
A. M. ItrssKU., Esq., formerly a resident
nf this county, but now of Psrrysburg, has
been appointed by the commissioners of Wood
county, county treasurer, to till a vacancy. He
has the experience to warraut his success as be
served with credit in this county ax Deputy
Treasurer. Mr. It. has a good military record,
iiijs Bcrveu m me I tin Ohio, three nionibs
campaign, and the Bath, before Vicksburg.
Real Estate Transfers in Wood County.
The following are the tranarers of real esUte
ia Wood County, s shown ky the Umm in
Recorder Usaar 'a Office, for the week ending
j uiy , isoa i
Peck & Miller to J.IIoagland; pt eU aw aee
43, tp , range 1,10 acres $2i0.
A. Delong to W. Apple ! pt ne seo II, tp i,
range 11, 60 acres 12,700.
W. Ilarnhart to H. Uiant;s oa lee 34, tp 4,
range It, 81' acres J,w.
U. Markscbetet to C. liobel; l t sw sec
8. to 5. ran ire 10. acres2,0U.
T. L. Uenny to H. K. Longrace t pt ili sw
tec 30, tp , range 11, 20 acres SHOO.
W. C. Perrin to J. Perrtn ; In-lut Xo 190 and
out-lot , Ferrrsburr $800.
D. Murdock to J. Klaid; pt nw sec 2V, (p 6,
rsnge 10, 1 acres-. 11,600.
L. Smith to W. Uathews ; pt ae lee i, tp 7,
range 12, 11 acres 000.
P. Haskins to J. II. Clos J lot i and pt lot 3,
C. Call to K. 3. Kelsey; lot 13, WestfieU
700. . !
A.S.TJennet to C. W. Foster) fit'i s see
ii. tp 3, rang 11, tt aerea-tl.Ido.
H. Parnter to D. Ue : ae n aee 10, tp 3, rauga
range 13, JO acrea l.00.
J. W. Rosa to G. F. LanU U aut lot 341,
Ferrvakurg 7J. r
M." Vonkerto C. Bolssard i pt e sw seo 23,
ip 4, rang 10, 10 acrea l.Vit.
o, of UUileri-U; total rtlu-H8 J.
The Annual meeting nf the Wood Cnonlr
aav-om Asaoriatton win w cimrm "i i
ing Green, on Taesdar, Angntil 4, at to'elc.ek
A U 1 1 !'. f . 1 : .. .... .UkI-iI
... . iiiivn itit mi ruaumn J m " ...... ...
and arrangement mad for the Fall loalitote,
Rev. G. A. ADAMS will address the Association.
G. C. NEARING.
Chairman Ex. Committee.
Grant ad Coi.rax Portraits, Published by
th National Art Association. Solicitor! and
Collectors wanted. Notice 11. II. Curran'a advertisement.
LITERARY NOTICES. Whitney's Musical Guest.--
Th July number has reached us, containing
nine pages nf choice music. W. W. Whitney,
rublishr, loleao, Uhio, at l per annum.
Ballon's Monthly Magazine.
Th August number has been received.
I.iPely and gossiping in the editorial department,
wiitv and minted n the humorous pages, It Is
always on hand early, bringing with it the first
punts nt the seaaon.
Term-1 0 per year: seven Copies, t!:
thirteen copies (la. Address Elliott, Thomas
i, Talbot, 63 Congress-street, Uoston.
Ballon's Monthly Magazine. Peterson's Magazine.--
The August number of this entertaining
publication has already come to hand. As
usual, it contains a great deal nf entertaining
reading matter, much of which la illustrated by
Tcrnn Two Pe'lars per annum; three cop
ies $t 50; four copies. Six Dollars. Address
Charles J. Peterson, 300 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
Ballon's Monthly Magazine. Peterson's Magazine.--Packard's Monthly.--
This new magazine is worth more than
the so-called popular magazines of the day com
bined. It high mural tone, an I sound, enter
taining and instructive reading must insure it
a u 'ccssfnl career, unless the American people
are given over to hnaibug. We predict the
success of the mngatino. It diaplavs the knack
of hitting the taste of young men, and furnish
ing them what they degne to know aoout living
men and living things.
Ternn-Oue Dollar per year. Ad'ires . .
Packard, Publisher, V!7 llroadway New Yolk.
Ballon's Monthly Magazine. Peterson's Magazine.--Packard's Monthly.--The World at Home.--
For June has just reached us, being lato on
account of a change in pioprietorship. It is
now published by Isaac E. Kosr Sl Co., 814
Ch'snut street, Philadelphia. The frontis
piece is a line steel engraving of liuins in
ig.vptitit locoes. Some or the articles are
valuable, such as'he Last Dayaot aGerman
Ucvolutinn," Journeying in Spain." "King
I. ud wig of Havana," " Living a Natural Life,"
The Educational Monthly.--
July has as usual much matter
to teachers, and in fact to all iutercated in edu
cation. Professor Dat's papers on " Gram
matical value of the Object of Thought," are
cont'nned. Prof. I'UKi.rs contributes Hie con
cluding artirlo on ' The Organization nf
hchoola." I'ror. l of KO writes upon "Teach
ing Grammar ill Ungraded Schools," giving
the main troutlo and its eure. The number
contains much other matter nf mine. It is
quite creditable to Hon. K. E. Whits, the
hditnr, that the MonVilw ia recognized thnmeh-
out the country as one of the ablest of the kind
iu the United States.
THE BREVITY OF LIFE.
"Tis not for man to trille, life is brief,
Our age is but the falling of a leal.
We have no timo to sport awav the hours,
All must be earnest in a world like ours.
Not many lives, but one have we,
How sacred should Hint one ba."
And still how many fritter away their lives
unable to fill any useful parposo, because some
lingering disease anfits them lor it, and they
neglect or refuse to use the remedies within
their reach. Ood in bis wonderful arrange
ment of nature has provided an antidote for nil
th6 ills that human flesh is heir to, and by the
aid nf science, the medicinal virtues of certain
herbs, roots and barks have been combined, and
the result is now known all over the civilized
world as Mishler's Herb Kitteis. It thoroughly
purifies the blood, invigorates the nervous
fibres, elevates the standard of the vital force,
and sustains a most healthful tonent the entire
human organization. Sold by nil druguUts
and dealers. Dr. S. Tl. Hartman & Co., Pio
prietors, Lanesster, Pa.
Know re the land where the White Pine and
Are emblems of deeds that are done in their
Where the people aro healthy as ro&"s in the
And all save the spirit of man is divi.ic T
It is the land where people use Dr. J. W.
Poland's White Pine Compound, for all diseases
of the Throat and Lungs and for distressing
complaints of the IllaJder and Kidneys.
Fvrrt okr mat KNOT of what Dr. 3. W.
Poland' Humor Doctor id roinpnundid, b
wriiing n the proprietor. The best known
roots and herbs are used nnd combine pleas
antness to the taste with guru results. S dd bv
I'rck A Hamilton.
NEWTOJf BLACKWOOD. On the 4lh of
July, 18(18, by Rev. H. McCnllm gh, at he rer
id.mce ol the bride's father, in Novi. Michiiran.
Captain , lost ph II. Nkwtiin, Auditor of Wood
County, to Miss Macuik IlLtcxwoon.
Accompanying the above notice, the printer
was handsomely remembered in the presenta
tion of a" cake" cl.ased in green and nieda".
linn. It was eminently emblematical of the
union of two in one, 2nd we accept it as ra
nmen that their future pathway in life will be
boundid in favlds of living green, anJ that the
wedded pair will quaT the crystal waters ol
happiness from springs perenial.
SITAXKS DAVinSHV On the 4th o'
July, 18C8, at the house of the hrda father
(Oi mmissioner Davidson), bv lie v. Jaoksui
Duff', Mr. Thohar Skakk and Miss Mahhvkit
Davidson, all of Scotch UiJgd, Webster 1'owu
ship, Wood County, Ohio,
McCHESNEV.-On Monday even! tg; at 914
o'clock, July 5, I8C18, at the residence of In 1
d 'lighter, in Perrrsburg.Ohio, Mrs. Mabhahkt
MjCiissnky, aged S3 years, 0 month and 27
The deceased was born in Union Town, Penn
sylvania, December S, In (lie year iaif;
the accompanied her father to Cincinnati, w her
she has since resided with the exception of a
few years. She waa generous and open-hearted
almost to a fault. At the wail of sickness or
distress-all the sympathies of her Womanly
mtiire were aroused, and in her the nej.ly and
suffering ever found a steadfast and r .liable
friend. She bore her sickness with patience
and resignation, Sod feared not the approach
or the King of Terror. Her remain were
taken to Spring Grove Cemetery, where t icy
received intemsnt on Wednesday.
T solicit erdrre for Da. Wii.i uh FsiTu'eDI
TIONaUV OH I'll K BIULB. Twa oi.lt kditio
r-aLiiuiata iataicA, conncaaiD av Da. BaiTu'a
own hind. In oue large Oetavo volume, llluitra
ted with over li5 ateel and wood enaravioas.
Agenta and sulitcriben ae that ou get th oat
Oiaa BDITiOS BT V. SMITH.
The gprinxAeld Kepuhlkansaya thliedltl n,pul
llshad hy Meiara. Uarr c Co.. fa the aenuina thine,
Th ConKnatiooaliet aaja whoever wiahea to
get, I n t h cheapest form, the beat Utcttoaary af the
Ulhla ahould buv thib.
W Ai.ao want Aobnth for sILLTOTT'S new worV,
HEMAUKABK 0IIARA0TKB8 AND MRMOIIABI.S
I'LACti Of THtt UOI.V LAM'.'. Ily Hmat W..B
Baicasa.T. D. Woouaav, LL. IL. Presld't of Yale
Collage. Josbpb Cl'SUtana, 1). 1). LI,. V., Pres. ol
Wraleyaa t'niv., Br. Kav Tuo. At. Ckiax, Blihap
01 h. i., ia.. fee.
They are naw and original works these au
thora, and tbair auhjecti are appiot! by elergy
n or all denominations Aitenta are mealing
ua aoparalleled aucoesl. We employ no General
a rant a lor either book, and offar extra indue
menta to Ciomuri. Aila will ae lha aaran-
tageofdeMlug directly with th I'UBLtl1 EK4.
For de.criptUe circulars wllb lull particulars aud
tarma, address the Hul.ll.h-..
" BUaa CO., Hartford, Conn.
B. F. DAVIS, M. D..
Physician and Surgeon.
(Lata Ataiataut Surgeon iu th 8tb Ohio Cavalry)
IS naSANEXTLT LOCATED AT
Tonlogany, tVoori County. O.
COUNTRY PKODL'CK of every description
taken in acUAogo for Giooerie. at th
Store of C. LEAF.
)0TAT0E3 of a aiiperinr quality, and at th
J. very lowest market price, can be had at
th Grocery Store of
SUBiiCIUPTIO.t prle of th JoCSKiL, Two
Pullar a year, ia odttuco.
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
Norton Kecd, 1
vs. V InWood Common Picas
David Ptenion et al. J
llr virtu of nnr.fornf l Issued In th
love caure bv the Clerk of the I onrt of Com
mon Picas, of Wood Coiintv. t'hio. and to me di
reeted and delivered, I will offer for aale al pub
lic vendue at the door of the Court home, in the
towu uf Perrvbnrg. Wood County, Ohio, un
TUESDAY, August 11, 1868.
lVtwrcn thehomsof 1 and 3 o'clock P.M.. of
said day, th following described realty, to wit :
The nth X of h (nuthpaat X of liie north
eaat X of aeclioa No. twenty-five ( JJ), town sis
, north of range ten (10) east, in Wood Ctiunty,
CHARLES W. EVERS,
Special Master Commissioner.
F. A D. K. Hoi l.txant, Att'ya for Pl'ff.
Perrynrg, July 9, IMS. llet6 7a
Silas R. Munsil,
Wood Common rices.
II 1 rain A. Donaldson
By virtue of an order of sale issued in th
above pause, by the Clerk of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, of Wood County, Ohio, and to me
directed and delivered, I will ofl'er for sale at
public vendue, at the door of the Coiirt-bonae,
in Perrvvburg, Wood County, Ohio, in
TUESDAY, August 11, 1868,
Itetwpen the hours of 10 and II o'clock A. M,,of
aid day, the follow ing described really, to- It:
The north X northeast X of aection 1,1, town
5, range 10, and the south X northeast X f
section SO, township A', range 10, containing ISO
acre of land, all iu Wood Conntv, Ohio.
CHARLES W. EVERS, Sheriff.
Perrysburg, July 9, 1868. 11c37
Edward W.E.Kocb.plaintiS, 1 Wood County
ra. Common Pleas
Johinnes Turk et al defend's J t onrt.
Joliannes Turk, Senior, one of the defendantg
in the above entitled cause, will take notice that
on the second day of Mav, IR1I8, said Edwaial
W. E. Kich, plaintiff, tiled against him and
ntheia, in the office of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas nf Wood County, Ohio, his
original petition, and on the 15th day of June,
18ii8,said plaintiff having first obtained hate
nf said Court so to do, filed in the office of said
Clera his amendment to his said petition against
him and others. And the said Johannes Turk
hereby noli tied that the object and prayer of
sai I oiiginal and amended petition is to procure
a judgment and order for the sale nf the follow
ing real property, situate in said county of
Wood, and Slate of Ohio, to-wit: The east
half of the southwest quarter of section number
twenty ( 20 ), in township number five (4), north
of laist number ten (10), east, containing
eighty 181)) acres more or less : That surb sale
is sought for the purpose of obtaining from
the proceeds of the same payment of the
following aums due from said Johannes Turk,
Senior, and others to the plaintiff, for the pur
chase money of real estate above described, U
wit: Four hundred and eighteen and 7-100
dollars, with interest from April 1, 1808, which
becamo due Jan'i try 1, 1807, less the sum nf
one hundred and five and 30-100 dollars, paid
January 1,1807; the further sum of four hun
dred and eighteen and 75-100 dollars, with in
terest from April l.lStift, which became due Jan
uary l,IS68,thu further sum nf four hundred
and eighteen and 7A-100 dollars, with inter
est from April 1. 1800, whica will become
due January 1, I8'iu; ami also the further sum
of four bun Ire I and eighteen and 7VI00 dol
lars, with interest from April I. 1860 ; which
will become due January 1, 1870.
Said Johannes Turk, Senior, defendant, is re
quired to answer said original and amended pe
tition on or before the filleenth day of August,
1808, or judgment will be taken against him.
Illl.l, A PRATT, Plaintiff's Allot it '.vs.
Perrysbiirg, June li, 1808. 81(17 25
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
HamilU n A Standard, 1
vs. iWood Common Tleas.
James Piahbiirn. J
II V virtue nf an nrder nf sate issued in the
ubore cause by the Clerk of the Court of Com
mon I'leas, of Wood County, Ohio, and to ntc
directed and delivered, I will oiler lor sale 1. 1
public vendue, at the door of the Court-house,
111 the town of Pjnysbur , and c u .'y afoiesaid,
MONDAY, July 27, 1868.
Hotweon the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock A.M.
of said day, the following dt scribed property,
to-w it :
The south Ji.tlf nf tho southeast quarter ol
aection 21, ti.wn i north of range, 0 eust, con-
acr s of land.
CHARLES W. EVERS,
Special Master Commissioner.
Swax Jt Moiikk, Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Perrysbiirg. June 2 A, 108. Se$0 50.
II. R. Jerome
Wood Common Pleas.
Ily virtue of an order of sale issued in the
above cause by the Clerk of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Wiaid County, Ohio, and to me
directed and delivered, I will offer for sale at
public vendue, at the door of the Court-house,
in l eiryaDiirg. vimki i.onntv, unio. ou
MONDAY, July 27, 1808,
lletween the hours of 10 aud 11 o'clock A. M.
of said day, tho following described-property,
I.o Number Four ( 4 ),in the village of Weston,
vt oou uouuir, uiiio. Appraixca nt ji.uiiu.
CH.UiLES W. EVERS, Sheriff.
F. k D. K. Hoii.hnbkcic, Atty's lor Plaitiff.
Perrysburg, June 2A, 18(18. 8eS6 li
PETITION FOR DIVORCE.
Elizabeth Adkins. 1
vs. V Court of Common Pleas.
George Adkio. ) Wood Comity, Ohio.
The annve-named defendant. George Adkins,
is hereby aotitied that the said Elizabeth Ad
kiis,ontlieilday of May, A.I). 1808, filed
her petitiou in said Court, charging the said
defendant with willful uhsence for three years
last past, and gross neglect of duty, without
just cause, and praying that the petitioner may
be divorced Imm aam detenilant, and tor sucli
other relief as ill justice she ia entitled to.
KI.1Z AIIETil ADKINS.
llyCn'R. C. Starr, her Attorney.
Perrysbiirg, 0., May 27, 1818. S.'Sil 2A
To Whom It May Concern.
rjHIS is to notify the public that my wife.
X Anna, r.ltf.ab 'th Scelinnn. has left mv bed
and board without sufficient cause or proto a
ii m. Those whom it may concern will there
for lake notice that from and afier fii
date I will be responst le for no debt that she
may contract in mv name. ,
JOHN GEORGE SEEI.M AN.
Lake Tp., Jun 23, 1808. Vc
To the Honorable Commissioners of
Wood County, Ohio:
We, the undersigned, respectfully pray you
to reduce the width of the present road, known
as the Wheeler and Key Road; also the street
known as Eighth (8) Street, running through
the new survey of uut-lots in the ton n of Pei -rvsburg,
be reduced and estiblished at forty
(40) feet in wiJ h, instead of six (t)rods, as
A. M. Thompson, D.I.rcAS, Miranda Cuawr,
John IIki.vii.i.i and others. Petitioners.
Perrysbiirg, Juue 18, 1808. 81
HO! FUIi BOWLING GUEEN !
BOUGUTON'S NEW STORE
IS THE PLACE FOR
S. L. BOUOIITON
In Howling Green, Ohio,
Keeps tho Largest and Best Selected
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
Which he it now selling at the
LOWEST MARKET -RATES.
llo inferior Gcxx's bought or sold. No " baits"
or improper measure used to induce customers
to buy. .
Fair Dealine, -Honorable
Liyo and Let Ijivo,
Are mottoes under which he ba done boiaeas
(' Tbirteeu Yesrs in Uowliug Green, and by
that same rule he will conduct all future traua
autiuaa with his numerous customers.
He invites all in need of Merchandise te call
and examine the
Style, Quality and Price of III Cooda,
With thla Conaiderallon in th matter,
H3 WILL HOT BB UNDEBSOLD
But will offer
triyThe lent place in thi count to
Buy or Sell LUMBER.
Howling Gresu, February T, 1S69. tlu
A. . rtlAVI'NtT.
THE NEW DRUG STOIIE.
CHAMPNEY &. WRIGHT,
PHOENIX BLOCK, PERRYSBURO.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
WE hv largely Increased our former
stock, and now have the pleasure of
presenting to the public one of the finest aaaort
mnnts of tliaals, in onr line, ever brought to
Our atoell uf
I.iUVH tV LPIP TltniMIVfiS
Is most complete. Also,
Notions, Fancy Articles and Toys
IN CURAT VAUIKTY.
We would call especial attentiou to our well
selected line of
Clocks and Baskets of Every Style.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes &
Patent Medicines, Hair Restoratives, Fluid K
tracla. Machine Oils, Horse Powders, etc.;
in fart everything thai can be found in a
well-asaorti d I'nig Store, together
w ith complete assortment of
We extend a cordial invitiKon to all our pat
rons and the ptihlio generally to call and ex
amine -our Uonda, which we will sell for cash
at as low tigurea aa can be bad anywhere in
I'll AVPNEY k WniGIlT.
Perryahnrg. October 18. 180T. Sflaa
; 1:0 urn: gmtz"
HKOS leave to inform his old patrons and
the public generally, that he has just re
Saloon niid Icc-Crcani" Uooms
He keeps in the Grocery Department tho
CHOICEST FAMILY (.KOCEKIKS,
Emhrncing Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices, Flour,
Cured Meats, and all other articles going to
make up a complete assortment in a
Family Grocery Store. Ill the
Will bo found the best nf all I.ager, Wines,
Cigars, etc., with a gentlemanly attendant to
wait upon his customers. He also has on
draft, in the Grocery Department, the
Finest, CoMrst,-Clen rct Soda Water in Toot.
N'o marble-dust water, lint the puro SodaWater,
He has also fitted up a
FIRST-CLASS ICE-CREAM ROOM,
Where T.adies and fjeutlrmen can refresh
themselves at all hours, during I lie Summer, at
reasonable terms, lie will keep on hand
Strawberries ft Cream and Other Fruits.
Having received in years pfist a liberal share
of your patronage, he hopes to merit a contin
uance of your favors, tiuating that he tin fullr
satisfy iverybody who calls on him.
0 Front-street, Perrysburg, Ohio.
Millinery andFancy Goods.
ATISS AllltlE FOWL Kit begs leave to in-
Ivl. form her old cnsti lueis and the puU.c
treuerally, lhat she has removed her Mi'liuery
Store to the corner of Second and Elm-streets.
one square lieloiv the Avenue, where aim will
keep conalaiitly on ha ml a Hue assortment ot
millinery ami I'anrj' Goods.
which she will take pleasure in selling at I0W1 1
rates than nnv other tiim. The Intent stvles ill
tho mirket received weekly. AIho, Stitehing
Jlreas and Cloak-making done to order. La
dies, please favor inn with a call. liu
Grand Rapids Drug Store.
WE are the Ag-nts fur Wood County, nf the
Cleveland While Lead Worka, and the
STRICTLY PL'KKLKAD we sell is guaran
teed under an analysis of Piol'essor Cassells, o.
Cleveland Mi-dical College.
Our I.1NSKKI) OIL, is made at Dayton, and
from yiux-ticnl, and ia alao slrieily pur.
A full stick of DYK-STUFfS, and of the
OLASS.of all sises, and PUTTY.
A full line of Drugs, Chemicals, Flavoring
Extracts, School-Uooks, Stationery. Inks, Pens.
Wall Papers. Ctmhs, J rushes, Notions, and
n arly everything appertaining to the Drug
l-yf Give us a call before going to Toledo,
as we can sell aa cheap, and save your lime and
Our Cent Oil I wnrmtiled to stnnd
n let nf 1 10 degrees, and as cheap as th
Patent Inflammable Oils.
A. j. tJAnrEK & co.
Grand Tiapids, May 28, 18118. 4m
Stock of Superior Groceries.
. CLEMENT LEAF,
TT AVIN'Q recently purchased the Stock nf
L A Groceries formerly kept by Oeoi ge
Boe'sch. will continue the buainess al the
s inie location, nn Louisiana-avenue and would
invite the attention of tho public genera. I y to
In excellent stocK ol
Unsurpassed by snr other Grocery Stock in
1 errysltnrg, comprising, ill part-
Teas. Spices, Coffees, Sugars, Sirups, Csnned
fruits, siaps, t.anUle, Itreati, Crackers,
C. indies. Tobacco, Cigars, Wooden War
in rariaty,the Produce of the Garden,
the Farm, and the Dairy in short,
almost every Article and Notion
that enters into the healthy Econ
omy uf the Household.
l-Sf A cordial invitation Is extended In
Housekeepers and all other to call and judge
rortnemaeivea ot una excellent stock.
Perrysburg, April J, 1868. ,49
(Near the Maumce Jlridgc)
Mauiiaee City, Lucas) Count , O.
THE undersigned respectfully annnuncea to
th citiieiis nf Lucas ina th adjoining
countie, that he ha recently clothed his cards
anew, and thoroughly refitted In machinery in
in the most perfect manner, so that he is now
prepared for ttie manufacturing of Wool in its
various branches, in a atrle which, for durabil
ity, will be surpasaed by no other aiauufaciory,
either East or West.
Are constantly kept nn hand, among which may
be found Caasimere", Fall Cloths, Siatlinels,
. Jean., Tweed-", Plain and Twilled blank
eting, Plain and Plaid Flannel,
Sheeting and Stocking Yam,
Linaeys, etc., etc., etc.,
All of which will, if desired, be exchanged
for Wool, on the moat reasonable trrma. Wool
will also be manufactured by the yard or ou
shares. a cuatoin jra may pr tr.
Card and Spiu Wool fur Cuati tuer.
Wool Carding and (loth Dmsing
Warranted to he well done and to gir satis
faction, if th Wool be free from gum nd bun,
t Jf Wool will be cheap Ihi seaaon, there
fore il will be to your advantage to get your
Wool manufactured iuto I'lolh. that will do you
good service. JAMEd E, DEAN.
Maumee City. June 1, 18d8. Bin
CANDLES and Soape of different qualitie at
Ih Grocery Kuir of C. LEAF.
LIQl'ORS and CIO A KM of th clmicesl
brauda lu be bad at the baluvu vl C. Li A P.
mi GOODS AND dlm Ml THAN ML
S. W. WIIITMOHK & CO.,
UA V l received their second ni inniu'lh Im
portation of Mining hii4 Miminor
floods, direct from llie Eastern msraels, and
at audi figures sa will enable them to ,-l
Lower limn I vcr. W hare a lull line of
Press (.5ooJ8, Press Triiiiniin, and
There never was a Hner ortnieul of La!1 a,
Miaaea aud Children'
hor. Slippers, t.'Hiter. Hutton Shoe.,
and oilier kiuda, brought lo Ihi market, or at
more reasonable prices 1 also,
llool & Kliors tor IH eryltotljr.
IX HATS AND CAPS,
Onr stock Is fu'l snd complete, embracing every
variety and stvle thai humanity may d.air.
In the Department of
DllUOS & ME D1C? INKS,
May ho found,
Oils, Paints, Dye StulV-, Family Medicines, Pel
I'liineiies, Fancy Articles, Notions, Ae.
Our Stock of fliwcpica
la a large one, and of the beil quality. Pet n
de.iriug (Virkerv, (il.isswaie, Table Cnt
lery. Tea., Sugars, tVIVoea, Spices,
Ac, A e , can not liud a belter stock am where
to select from.
Fui'iiitiiro of All Kinds,
at Toledo prices.
PROVISION'S AND FLOUR,
Of the best quality, at the lowest mill price.
NEW HARDWARE STORE.
BLISS, WHITMORE 1 CO.
Have In this Department everything that ran
be. thought nf, front a paKT "of Tauka to a
Threshing Machine, and tins full assortment ol
tn:M:iiUi iiAitnvr Aiir,
Is off-red at Toledo price to cash Vnatomera.
Our stock comprises, in part. Shelf Hardware,
lleavy iianlware, Saitillcrr tiardware, Inm,
Nails, tllasM, Locks, llutta. Screws, Hinges, and
in fact everything that goea into building and
repairing, or i used about the llottie or Farm.
ACUHlLTl ItilT niPLKHETS.
Thaso we have in ntmnxt rndleas variety,
and we are prepared lo luriiih the Fanners of
Wiaid Comity nith noun but Standard Imph
ments, and the best in the 'market. Included in
these may ba found Plows, Cultivators, Har
vesters, linkers, Mowers, Straw-cullers, Stalk
cutlers, Ac, Ac.
Our First-class Saw-mill
Is now in siiecesal'ul operation, and wo are
prepared to supply bills ot
Ij XT 1ST 23 J3 XL
with promptitude and at the lowest rules. Call
on us for a good article of
Doors, Stih, llliuila.
Door nod Window Finmrs,
1. uih aud htllglea.
t-tlPIti one word, we ran furnish tie
Farmers and citizens of this county with ulmoat
everything they mny r quire, and
Wo Defy Competition!
Both as regards quality and low liccs.
There is no limit to the qunnlity of Wool
wo want. Wo don't rare palti uaily atu.ut
having il drawn over our eyes, hut neverllodesa
wo are prepared lo purchaso ALL TIIH WOOL
that every man iu the comity has to sell, utid
will give the
Very IliRliosl Market Prlct.
Iliing nil the Wool you have, whether it be a
pound or In,
8. W. WI1ITMORE & CO.
Tontogauy, Juno 25, 186 8. 427.x
PURE DRUGS & MEDICINES,
PAIKTS, OILS & DYESTDFFS,
Glass & Glassware,
FANCY ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
Pure Wines and Brandies,
(For Medical purposes)
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
Very fine assortment of
As low a can be purchased for Cnh.
Hooka nnil SLitirmrrv.
Wull nnd Winilnw Pa ii'i a,
IViih, L nt-'ilo, Snjiciior Inka,
And all other articles usually kept by Druggists
PICTURE FRAMES & MOLDINGS
Of the ncwot styles and at the lowest ptic s.
The alMirn articles have been boueM low
for Cash, selected with great care, and will he
wnrranteil as represented and Sold at the very
lowest cash price,
rrphralela,' Proscription Care
N. II. Likewiso Agent for thai sterling Tn.nr
ance Company the llar fjrd Fire, f Hart
ford. Tontogany, February 14, 18GS. t-'.s
J. T. 11YMEH,
Tontogany, Wood County, Oltlo,
FARRIER Sc BLACKSMITH.
Manufacturer of all atylcs of
WAGONS, CARRIAGES & CUTTERS.
All work turned out by bun i warranted to
N. II. lie has had considerable experience aa
FA 11 It I Ell,
And warrants a cure in Hnraea diseased with
Lameness ariaing from bad ahm'iug, or those
ha vine- rontracmd feet.
idf Farmers, give him a call; he will do
yoor busineas will and p'omptlv,
Tontogauy, February U, Id!))). 2zs
X f AXUFACH'UKIl ofand Dealer in Saddle
if I Uarueiia, Collara, Iruuka, anqaei
llridles. Whips, Halters, and inOr-v''j "Jr
fact almoat every article eon- V
..J ..I ii. i
oeeicu w un .lie riuuieir nu
Harness depsrtmcut, iir the mauufaeture nf
hicb u used the very beat of stock in the mar
ket. None but the beat of workmen are employed
and all orders filled bv the time apeciAed.
PIUC'L'd LOW, and all work made accord
ing to contract, and warranted to give aaliafac
tion. Carriage Trimming nnd Repairing
Dune to nrder and promptly attended to,
A good assortment of
On hand. Call aad sc lor yourselv bulore
t 7 Hide, Orain and almoat every article
of Farm piodue taken in nobange.
1-0" Uiaal senl fre of eharg to any point
on the Itailroad. 1
ICR lip-top bargaiua in lirocrriea, call at th
a- w,via v. --
JAS. W. ROSS, ASHER COOK, ELBERT D. ROSS
ROSS & COOK,
ROSS & COOK, ABSTRACST of TITLE.
Corner Louisiana Avenue and Front
Street, Perrysburg, Ohio.
Street, Perrysburg, Ohio. WE have the only set of Abstract Books
now In Wood County. nntainine pom.
pleto Imti to alt Lola ami l.anda i;eivin.
t4f Ceilitirates of Title given main reason
l it' Alao. Agents fur pitrrhaalng and aellin
Ileal Kslato, irelliug up Tax Titles, paying
Tasea. Vc Ve.
1."tl'H deairable residences In Perrv.hnrg.
1 Pure ranging Imm l.?0o o fl mio. for
ROSS & COOK.
For further particulars, inquire of
ROSS & COOK.
ROSS & COOK. Business solicited. 37zz
5,000 Cords of Stave Bolts
llir Slcuiis Sl.nr Saniifartiirin!; CiniM!iy, al
PllltUVMIl ltlJ, OHIO.
41 Imintre of CI1.VS. STKVKXS.
BOWLING GREEN HOTEL,
ISt' ( LiV, lrorl4loi',
HOWIilW IIUKEN, (.
'I'lll.'t llon.e h.ia lately been refitted an.l
returni.lMil, and the Propri lor will .pari-
pains to m ike the slay of hia guest coiutort
able, 4 1 r a
j. v. s. s. ii. 1'itit i:,
l'err)ibnriii Maail t ounl),.
UJK h ive large tn intitie. of Ileal INt ite
for aal.i : altcnd to Tav paine: also,
procure llonrtit'S aud Poniiein for Soldiers
ill InisiiivMH promiitly alleuocit to. at
B3WUNG GREEN LIVERY STABLES
UIMirilT IV I. It V, I'mptl. lor,
lluwllnir t.ror-n, Wand Co., tl,
l if I.IVtltV at all hours, and at uindciate
I-T"llis line of lla -k connects th the Ac-
Ci'inmialalion 1'ra n al llaakiua. aoinir tmrlh and
south, and al Tontogauy n ith the Mail Train,
going aoulh and uoitli. tin
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR,
l-if liefer to any County OHicer. 4.1s
K.IIuho, Fremont. J. M. Iloiin, Perrysburg.
.t. k. & j. m. noun,
Ollice in Fun-nix HlocV. 3.S.
111: E I") it IIOEIjICI Ell,
Harness & Saddlrry Iaiiufarlurrrs,
I'l.itiiYsni itt;, onto,
rIAKK pleasure iu infnrining the public thai
1 they will promptly attend to all orders en
liuated io them in their line. All their work
warranted lo b done with neiitncss and dis
patch, at reasonable rales. 10
Eire Insiiriinco Agency.
iM.KUvsnt itt;, onto,
Agent for that llrst-rlass Insurance Company
Capital St,41u OS J 31
Parlies having liuildinga or peraon.il prol erty of
nv desciiiition to insure, w ill find it in ilieir in
terest to give me a call. JOHN POWKItS,
3,ss "Koni, I errysuni'g, u.
J. T. SWEET.
Will Dresssnd make tip toordi rail kinds of
Furs ami Skinn.
lalfi Furs, Cape. Collar, Muffs lierllisCiifls if.
n'a' Kitrn, Cloven, Collars, Tin ok C.W n
ami Mils, from llio lienvteHt wot kin;;
gluvo to llio host l iiicy.
Sperial attention paid lo Repairing LA
Corner of West Honndary snd Front slreet,
Perrvsburg, Ob 0. Addresa, J. T. SWKKT,
Hox '21, Perrysburg, O. Ult
W. CUAPI-KI.. B. . Al:LU
ClI.llM'KL A AII1.U,
House and Sitrn lainting,
Glazing & Paper Hanging.
J" SHOP One door cast of JofRXAI. Of
lice, Fn.nt-atieel, Perryaburg, O. 4s
JOHN A. SHANNON,
lttornry antl umiscllor-at-Laiv,
OHko iu l'lioonis Block, up ftiiirn,
I'crr ysbnrj, Ohio.
37Attention given to the collection of Sol
r.-,' Claims. 4I.Z
E. G. BRADLEY,
Physician nnd Surgeon.
OFt'lOK over O llrarh'a Flore. Residence
Mrs llouatnii'a, frout Unci, l'err at ura,
Vood 1,'uuiily, lllno.
.ion . iiorr.n!V
IS at atl limn to he runmlat hla heaibpi iter, nn
l.toliKiami avwluu. He al'vayf terpa i n Inm
excel ent quail ly of Mu.tl.t-i a tuch lie Invite,
the attention uf all lovera nt a Juicy Ituiial, or a
tuniltr fteak. Uive h'm a trial.
Alt iniev-nt-I.Hv, r rrj Rlmrg, 0.f
1TILI, fcttr-n.l lr all lniiliP4 PAiiflili-il to hU
cnr In Ihfl nrvprnl CnnM or Ohio. Mill
Ury Cluimi will rr.-eivr purticulur aUeiition.
I umirniire, fllno, tuUt n hI reiiauimldb rnti.
()ttit; Ntw llrtrtltf r Hullfliiir 11 11 itftiM.ror
ntir uf laouifUia uveiiue anti Fruiitit. lta
MT1ION a. BKOVN
HULL PRAIRIE ELEVATORS,
Propiietois; also, Dealers in
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hoots &. Shoes
t fCaah fur all kinds of Orain.
'i'Jzt Hull Prairie, Ohio.
Ir. W. F. E.TIillKTT,
Sur'reoTi 1 )enf ist.
Pcirysburg, Wood Co., 0.
OrrtOE ever O. II. Krepi' ftlore. nn l.'ul.l.na
cverru. Dental work ai.rnlnl In Oolit, gil
rer anil Ituhl.er. T.eih rxiractvd without bain.
without th, uae nf chloroform
N. H - full .et of Teiih on Bui, her for f 10.
Work all warranted. Refer lo Peek at Hamil
ton, r.rry.hurg, Wooil County, Ohlo la
Peclt, Alillcr & Co.,
Tontognny, Wood Coiinly,0.,
STAPLE and Fancy Dry Ooods, CMhing,
. Iheits snd Shoes, Hal and Caps, Oroeer-
Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Yan
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
Farmoraof Washington TnTnahip and yiciu
ityt we pay th
Highest Market Price in CASH
FOR ORAIN ft PRODUCE.
We bar ample atorag for any quantity of
lira mi also,
CORN I N T II E EAR!
Being at all time ready to take your aurplu
grain, w y to one ana ail
BRING IT ALONG.
ToMTooAsr, March 18, 18d8. 51
alanufaclurer and Pealer ia
Doots nnd Shoey,
Ludien' Ouiters, &o.
Tontogany, Wood Couittr, O.
tiT Particular attention paid to Custom La
pertinent, halea low fi-r Ready. pay,
ltf tih paid lur Uidva. 4.'t
TOLEDO AGENCY OF THE
Great United States Tea Company
HOLLISTER & WILBUR,
Druggists and Grocers,
Druggists and Grocers, 9t Summit-street, Toledo,
"arcri. vi! i i,...ni. f..r n,u ..t.,.,r
li T'St ant l off.'ea, Imported bv lbs t'rrat
lliteil M ilea 1 y i W areti owe of T. t . KKLI.tr
Co. .to SI Vcc y.aircrl, N. .
T. Y. Keller oi Co. w i.h il epciallr under
stood lhat ib'cv enarnniee all the Teas and
cftrc and i bearing this Trade-mark) hy the
abort lirm. pore and unadulterated, aa imported
bv them, t'hey are a dd at Ihn same pro a as
at their Wamhoii.e in New Yoik.and rt a tri
lling advance on yjreo price, and ar nf the
beat qniililv and II ivor. P.ease examine Messrs.
T. V. Keller A Cn'e
Ool..rg,lllackfoi. n. Mil, t'O, $1 )-r Hi be. ,
.Miv .1 (I, i ceo anil lllack), till, .0, Mt, It), (I
per. II. Ih'sI.
Young llvson(f!recn) 00, TO, SO, t0, 1 1, tl 10,
l '.'.'i per Ih U h.
Imperial ( llroviO till. ,1, l .
Km.'. lr,akf irt 0acV if), Mi.tm, 1, tl 10,
tl Vll, bcM.
J iian, tl, tl. tl J per Ih.
tiiiupowdcr, tl m, tl 61 Hr lb.
We mik a veialiiv oniround C"(f- . Our
liat, as ill ra aei'ti, c nnpri.ea an eaten.lve
v.irielv iu piiea and .pnhlv, but we oonHdently
aamii- nor pi vim tli.it uo'y mid all will give
hm levl Mit.n'actiMii.
2i rents, oil it., :t.i eenH, best old (lovorn-
iiMnt tl.ii a 40 cent..
Our Royal Club Coffee
o i oi i 1 lw ,i l n , ,.t vl,.i article
w in lot. I pur", S.'i rent per pound,
Cl.l ll OltOKUS tilled nt New York piieea.
and a.-ut by Kt.iresa to anv pint of the country,
I'hnrvca O'll c'i'l on delivery.
thiol Tei ami r.illee nav nrnv be procured
frnu H.ll.l.lSIT.It ,v Y I I.HI! It, at Horn Ml
to 7.i p t e.-nt. leas Ih.iu parties have Kvu iu the
habit of t, irmtr.
tf It nvui'ier, the place to make this air -In
: ii at
tn 01 Sum tilt., trcet, 'a'otr-iln,
ST() V KS7"ST OXKS.
WM. II. 11ENNETT.
j(k 1I MMIT-ST1IKKT, TOI.KllO, has In
'I.' sine a I. re and inmphie v.irielvil
S!0 i;S, fr u.,e iu tho
Kitchen, Parlor, Oflioe,
His largo ) tirehanes Irom I lie heal Ksntern
Maim "arlorii s enable him to furnish purchaser
4 noil i: si:i.i: 1 1(4.
AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICE
lie will oiler Ksieeial liiiliicemciita to
all Dealer, iu Sloven, and aUo to piival
ciiati'iu -ra frnin Wood County, who may
favor him with their paliniiage.
Klt'viilotl Oven ('nnkini: Stoves,
Siiunrc To I'uukiiiji Stove,
All k i mis nf Couking Stoves at
Very Low Trieex.
STOVES nnd ''POLI.OW WAIIK to II c
Trade at VYIinlciali.
IteiiicinU-r. W.M. II. ltll'WIM T,
4 411 Summit-Hired, Toledo.
II.itM, C';t, Fins,
llolti'M, IJiiiIfrrlliti, &c,
Tia 3.1 Siiiii.nil-Mirrot, Toledo, tl.
DU.VhTS on kiiland, Ireiind, 0 rmani ,
Ac., for sale in auun to Hint, by
KXCIIASU1-; HANK OK TOI.l.DO,
Lit Sniiiinit-atrvet, Toledo.
1'lCJTUltE tK; 1'INE AltT.
-M.iuuliicturer of and healer iu
rii'tiiro I'riiiuini, 7loltliiiK, llrncltf
!, lrrosiii( 'iiHoa unit t.oolt
I'm iocs made In order in any style of finish,
tieiiiiaii mid hngliah t laotiio..', Lnil'.n ingn,
Paintiogi, e. 41zi
IO:i .Itliiiiivalrri't, t'olcdn, Oil
Auction, Commission ami Storage.
n- ic.tu i.i: a in itii.ri ,
41) Suiiiuill-iilrt'i-f , loleilo, Obio.
I.Lkiulsof Merchandise. Live Slock, Ag
V rieuliiiral ImplemeiitH, Kiiriiiluro, or I,', a I
Kslato oh ut aiiciion. Job Lola for Mer
chants received daily, (looda Hold at private
ile hotween the hours of auction, Sales in
tended to in every pint ol the Stele. Consign
ItAWI.K 4 gUKll.KY.
T. Ql'IHI.KV, Auciioiieer. 4ils
ANPUKIV UUUIVN. J tMKS HANSON
Exchange Bank of Toledo,
131 Sunt mil-Mi cel.
G0VERKMEKT BONDS i.rull kinds;
GOLD. SILVER uiul COUPONS,
no vain ax a sold.
7 .".O's Kxii,,,!,,,.,! fr 5 '.'() (!l,l ll.tml
ISxchano on Now Vorlc.
Dnilu on K.N (j LAND, IltliLAND,
Deposits roi-eiwul nii-I Inleivst iillowej
AiTiHll'.l.'S Hiil'u ile.l nn f;iviuali!i' leniiH.
Collection in:iile on :ill fioint-i,
AXDISKW ItKtiWX rti.,
Pankera, Toledo, Ohio.
i "rk Ciuie-i I. inn : '
VKUMILVi: A t o. j,i,
Um STEAM STOVE A.l) HACIILE WOIIKS,
CL1RKE AMD WOODRUFF.
Foreign & American Hartle
niXTLGS ..D G RITES.
Grave SluiifM, Ac.,
Executed in a tasteful and workmanlike manner.
A LI, kinds of lluildini: Work got up on the
V shorlexl notice and in the moat Wolkuian
Keen eon.tiiiillv An KhhiI .11 lit..!- - r r
aud hill, Watur Table and Oiair Sills,
AT TH LOWEST PRICES.
tfpfiuillv fnlicia'd, 47 lt
W. A. SMITH.
Olrti'O of Civil Knginccring.
No. 119 tauiuruil.silrcct,
Coy' New lluildiuff .....TOLK 1)0, OIIK .
1)0PSKSSIN'O iiierir facilities, I am pre
pared lo do all Mod nf Kuiiineerinir anil
Sni vel iiijr for Itailioada, Hiyhnaya, Water
Powers, etc., at short uolje aud reasonable
J-tT On.ers l. ft with N. II, CALI.AHn will
receive prompt attention, 4:),
j.v.iii:j a i-o. avro.,
Lnniboi' Ioalr, and
131 Nuiaiull-alrrel, Toledo, O.
REPEItKXCKS Ksehanpellank. City liauk,
Toledo Yermilyu 3t Co., Hankers, Nuw York,
H. T. COOK,
H. T. COOK, DEALER IN
WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY,
No. 173 Summit-street, Toledo, Ohio.
('itiaena of iVrrv.b.iri: and of W.aid County,
who have Walehes, Clocks, or Jewelry to bo re
paired, will have ibeir ordi r exeviitudj in a
piuuii I aud Uivln v uiauuur, 8x
AN INVALUABLE MEDICINE
AN INVALUABLE MEDICINE For the Purifying of the Blood!
AN INVALUABLE MEDICINE For the Purifying of the Blood! J. W. POLAND'S.
A Positive Remedy for all kinds of Burnoffs,
Erysipelas, Nettle-Rash, Salt Rheum,
Scrofula, Carbuncles, Bolts and Piles.
Il la vary y to lay of this, or of any ultir
mediciu. "It is the very heat remedy aowaj' ,
is not alwii 10 cany lo prove It. X. how
ever, eieerdintly Kralif.tiiif In the 1'ropriul"
Ihi) medietas, that, while lie delare. lo Ih
public that Ihif Ik a nu.-t wondnrfi-l and effective
pacific for Humors, .. Muted above, lie ha
abundant proof at hand In sn.tnlr) his statement.
t'orrixlvea yenra IhelliMoa llis'ttn has beeMi
msnufuetured and sold, and etary tear h
inerra.o.1 the value of ia reputation, and tho
ainounl of ila antes. In Xcw llumpahlre, viirr it
orikiiinlvil, no rruiady f..r humors ia so highly
prised. An eminent ph),i,'iaiiinnw anarniy aurw
en) nhen pra"t.n iu New llnmp-hire, pureh
a.iod hvtviwea lifty and aily KallooH of li. diiriuaj
Souie.eten or eight ran, and urd it In hla erne- '
tiee. lie ba. iiiivthen ordered it 1'orlhehoi.pilnl
whore he ..lailoned. Other lihyaiclnns hare
puicbaaeil it, and have u.vd it lit practice wliii
aroat ruccc. When llie Vriiorielor lit-e.1 In new
llamp.liirr, at Itotfotown (Vnlre, for Ihn i.pni'e n(
lhiriyerf.nl) miles around, and in Manchester
particuliirlj , the llt'Mn Poi'Ton wns well known
and highly tallied for the nniiu roua and or.!er
cuivi which il f ll'.Tlil. Thnnk'h inannfarliireil
larso fiusiililies the aupply wna fre.iurntty
eahaii'ted, and pun-haneri. Lad to wail for more
lie made. In thai reaion poiue rery severe case
Ki .ipela. were treated wilh it nnd liu j acre
eurcil 1 Lr!ii'cla!aore, oreaihunete.., Ihotoi uirl)',
painful ulcers were rotm-lii i.-iiio i , vhrisscr
this inclirinc n .l lailhlullv H-ed. So 11 n'u Il l
Scrofula and ('a It Itlumu. the ill an i'ot roia
Pur tho mike of .howinff whnl W Ikoltglil of ll
Tew tit'unoui;J. nic hcrr 1hviI.-.1 i
Milton Gale, Esq., Boston,
f A.I-.I.V iviO.'V lci !v .iHfi.-,, ti-ith It'.i'r
IMH. tt,tr. ti- i7l;4 th, .(-r,t a'ta hint ou-t
Vr (r W.. w . ..,, , ; ,,,.i.
ftnm t,iw ilrr iyrw. i7.i h-. Aflty if r,. &ia ri I
in ; AVry fnV, ...-.i.at iJ try wu.. fiittr kyv-r r.e
i.Vi. hhl ert'' rr.iarh I. ..jlli. N. M ht fu. Ie
n-wtt miwi ai .ot ttthmnt'r .litM'. I w tWrovU
ti lt ttr. J. II'. nloHi'f ,'i,Hr .or, mat om r.i
S'l''y a'tt ttfit till aiv It. i7. avi r m.io.1, .n.f ay
AnorA mi ml'tnl t.y iii..y 4'r. 4 'ltttt'f iiovrM'nV a.i
'' Mll.tli. O.lth.
llut!ot Jiia. i, fsVa.
Mrs. Wheeler, Stoneham, Mass.
rrr, fli,l Hy on. .i-f,r.y rr'ttmmrlttl tr. J. II.
tw.ia'l' llwr ih tor n. oh rjtrllritf t rw.'y for a- -ni'.i',
aoi't'i.; H-,.,,.11 t'ollit lrmrtt4 y l aia..!)
My nii'M rtow eo .1 n ry wivi ond Hl'ltimiir omr..
anna tli.itt tni yi.oy I,, '..A in n;,. t',r tomtit ol .a wv
hitii'U, ttfl ic.m i"i'ii ott thr tvn.-t. mu ftttlootll
rro.-l., otol In-'ittt mt. ft It-it I ie.. nmoNt- In H$tf a.
kotolt itt tiH to,, ,, . M..x-, , nsrit Utttyril tt. trtt'f
0"tw i a. .a; .. '..i..,. titl,iHi H.a mjt him'.
Thr humor vhith tut iitftiVi-t ittt le,,, itnil'lfj il f".Ain'i
...l ,,' A'. .i;w.iil ttittl Stlt Uht-ttm. Mi ttrtOT-ll kfttlth
trot tiottr in. Stm titr I .yin to' h'm th 4lomr
AWr tftoltl ttitxitv noon nf Von,.. e ul.mHat M
Itlkt llo Hirtltroi tilt I trog offl.ftlf ,1,1'f.. ,Wy A.'a.
uiy won- w.7'..-y trttm ).NM.r, ttlot hi nit ir;rt
unci mil wlo-lr nyo-m i. rhnr it it, unit hot lm tor S r.
imI aow'A. InoW nM Ifltlri lijort ;,( ut t -yn
ai tHtmty, l,ut ta.y mml mt. '
II IRHtt T WtlEVlVIt,
Stimehttm, .1ojif., Jtjj ,1, ttut,
Mrs. Porter, Dover, N. H.
i"i vtt, .v. if, join fj, tio.t.
r. rof.AYP: I rvific aoae ltUr iiofith-iiot tin fa
the f(Tr,i of tpur tuf'tiriiir tm ivo-xif l-Hrjta. nat A,(,v
.iy tloit I laiat- 1 it thr m,,H, tor " tor llotl ilrttttljtd
I Irir't enroll. t,rYrriit,otit, but foittot none
th.ll .(..( llo nr. mi.ci I'ti.l rlrorr.t thr hetiil liir the i.o.
voir I Ml , it llmi,l, le,,!,! lomll troil to pet
ntlt rr. to mtt-r.it 1011 lo in;eo.lio e it in'.o thifi rlotwlloru
l'ir.i, tliot tl itotu lloit ilt I.-.0, Hour viol titjlrr ioi,mi
the no ihlil if'i 1'ront trtl-to l,;!.!. Il' thilttttilut tttlio tokn
t'tetr ittmoi-t won tiom. or nony uotfhp rt. tloH.t try
itjor wicr, loy tcouiU roe.r U i,-,h to. i to vojofie ;thovi
ii.ittitif:r m. loin nt.
Nlieh more tmioht U ttol.il III irlolinil In (.',,, wetli. int,
mt cotiloiio-il n tttliui.oioilt.loit it it nirtllrtt. .lit' Mott'
chetl.r i.i;. ul-Hil it, ttimiollm K II'. rtOitv. n(
Jlurr't. In-iuirr ( Mr. ,,. Itioior, (' JkollmJ,
Vhote H.(le K.lt nnr-l 1.1 il of .Soil IIouhi. AU otao!
aMtjtt.vr.om in tioil'tlotoH. on.f thrit Hull tin-tore iu t-oloe
at u i-rw.iiy, ui utett ih tloir 'earn core, it v faVir
Put tip In large. Iltlc, I'rlee Jll.00.
new k:i..m itortMcnupor,
OKOIUIK IV. H KIT SI. I Paovairro.
t-tTWcst k Truax and Donley Uroe., Whole,
le .igctiia, 'to. ciio,
ror gale at Retail I y Peek k Hamilton. 19za
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Diseases of the Throat and Lunnti,
uoh aa Uouiclim Culda, WhoopiUK
CoukIi, itronuhitis, Asttimo,
Prolinl.ly never liefore in the wholn hUtnry of
medicine ,haa any tiling won mi iih'ty uiul Hoilcoply
tlHin the eonlhleneo of liiankiiul, in IIiIh evcelleu't
romeily lor iiiltiioiiiu-y eoiiiphiinta. Through a lunr
amies oryeiira, nnd unions uut of the races of
men It lina rineu lusher unit higher Iu their csliinv
lion, na it Ikih ltc-onie belter Known. Jta iinifornt
charnetikr nnd power to cure the varioiia nlVee.tiona
of tho lun;r and tluvait, havo mude it known aa a m.
lmblo protei lor u'uiu.-t llieui. While mhipted to)
lulhier I'nrm. of dineaHo nod lo voting: chihlrvn, it U
IU the Hiimii lime llie moat i-Uii'iuui ruuieily lhat ran
lie (riven lor incipient ('oiimiipliiin, ami llio d m.
ireroiia tiDeelioiia of itie throat unit lutt);a. As n pn
viilln uXiilui.t Hiiihlen iillneka of 'rvK;, It Phouhl
lie kept ou hand in every lain ily, und imliHil aa all
uru ninu'tiinea aulijeet to col.ia nud coughs all
tdiiuitit Ik' pnivideil Willi liiia unli.loto for them,
Althoiiih Hettled f MnaiiniiiOon is tliotnrht In
curntilo, alill ciral numbers or onaos where the ilia
Civao M'cini'd aellliM, havo boon completely cured,
nnd tho jiiillent ic-toicd to soiiml ticaltli bv llio
i hrrrif Vrrtnml." So complete ia iu muatery
over llie ili.-onh r. of tho I.hwi and Tliroal, th..t
the moi.t ob.-tiiuito of them yiidd to it. Wtion uoth.
cl-e could reach tli. ii, tiu.lur tho C'iorru i'oc.
torril lliey aubside and disappear.
rihifrm oifti Jh6c tijicaktrt llud crcat pro.
U'etion limn it.
.f..i ma is tiltviiyg relieved and often wholly
eurml hy It.
Itrvurliitl Is penernlly curod hy tnklnr tho
Vhfrrn I'rt tnml iu suiiill und fiviiieiil itonos.
ho ucnentlly nro in virtues kuowu Uiul wo uecil
not piibliMh Ihe rei'llilealc4ul'lhcm here, or do muni
than u-Hino too public yial Us uuulilius uru full
Aver's Apiio finr
- 0 j
For Fever nnd Aio, Intormittcnt Feier,
Chill i'ovor. Iteniittent Fever, Dumb
A3110, Vorioa'cal or Ililioua Fever, o..
and Iniloe l n!l the nfl'uctlouj wliioh nrisa
from malarious, vuursli, or miaaaiaUO
As ll ntunn luiplle., Il doe Cur, and does not
fall. t.'onl:iiniii'' nellhi'r Aivenie.Oulnine, Iliamulh,
in.', nor any other mineral or poiouoiia aiiliatanii
whatever, il Iu nowiMi Iniurert any patient. Tho,
niiuiber nnd importance ol'it eurea In lhearueihi.
tricli, nro lllerallv Ih'voimI nccoiii,), mul we bclicvo
llhout n pnnill. l In llir lii-torr of Actio iue.iir.tne.
Our prlile hi irratilled hy Uto iieknowUihrments wej
reoelvo of tho railicnl e'lima efl"iH'tei In nl,Ntintite
M', and where other reined lea had wholly fnlleil,
Cnac llmaled permina, either rcahlunt in, or
tiavellina tiinunrh niln.inntle localities, will lit) uro.
toeliHt l.y tnkinn tho AUVK THV. daily?
Kor l.lvtr i omiilnliit. nrialn; from loriihtiiv
the l.ier, it la an excellent remedy, aliiuuluUiiir
llw Liver into healthy activity.
r'or Ililioua l'.rler and I.lver Complaint, It la
an eniilloiil reini-.lv, pro.lu. loK many truly ro.
luarkablo ouma, whom other imillolnoa had foilnl,
I'lvpniixl hy lK, J. V. A VKK A Co., Pnu'tlcl
and AiotlvO. nl C'hoiulaU, Lowell, Maaa., uud told
ail round tin world.
raicK, 9 t oo rxa sottzb,
I'eek ft If"nittoii. Perryaburg j
L. lllaek. Tontogany :
A. J, Gardner V. Co., Cilead )
Hu-a k Aikiua, V u.uui ;
K. L. Itouelllon. ltowliiitf Green, ami k. .'I
dealer even a here. Sou
OCIIOOL KXAMINKR8' NOTICE. The
1 l,,u..,l Will I. .1.1 . 1. ..I, no-. .....I
- " i,fui.r cBICO
forth examinatitinol 1 eachurs.aa
wnifove, ioe.tav, ncpiuiuuer I, lSf.8. .
llowlinj; Uriun, Tuewla.v. September 15, ltitl1",
Perryaburit, lue.iday, October n. lKiiS.
lloiiaehohler'a. Tuei-day, Nmen h r S, inC8. '
A nnliA... Im b.J nnl.H.liff... a. :. .
miualinn, but an re. (in stud to attend Ihe rt
ted nieeliuiraof the Lnaid.
( orreapo. dence wlh the I xaminrri alii uldj
bediruclod lo the undera gnci ai WealiHi, it.
U. A. A Sll , ClBlk.
Fiftll-atrwct eaat of Ihe I'nion &c uad Uouje
Putr.iahuiK, Uaai. a '
IIIK linderaipned w.ntld call the alloollon of
the li.iiolu of Pnarv aLii .n.1 ..
abu ia sliil tnkimr Pieln.. of h Huni 0.u.ili(S
all atswaaiiil kiuls, fi.nn Ihe 4 4 aim, or laiir!.
-I ti. tl... ..l .lLa. A inl.p..,. , . ... i
alad copy ins f'oai other picture aid ulaisi,,:
them in coi.viitf.. B
HI. wi I fluiaii up Picture in India ink nr
painl in wale, c-.lor in Ihe moat appro',-.!
y lea l will alao fiu niah t r.ilnca Hnd Cwkm of
kiml and site that uiav U reonirrd
She would rv.peetlully iurilo uw f,.;,,,,', V
call and aee wti.it their own art.al can do U.
for. Boinir elsewhere. It will c..t yu othi,iC
you canimt b suited. All she ,,ks ia
show what ahe can do, and feci e,,n ) i
CiviuesaiiafKeiioo. !. NICHOI it '
K. II.-No piouiro Uk n ou Kuud-. ' '
rn..fcirf. July a. lSKld. j0
rionrtr AUG ratlin,
lit IbeUrrel or sack, for ih.l '