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Arrival and Depute of the Mails. Eastern mail Leavn at 11 o'clock A. u., and arrive! U J o'clock p. M daily. Fiii'lla; mallLeaTe on Tn..'lavs and rridajs at 1 1. m.i and nrrivt t tame daya ut 1 1 A. II. Fnatorla imos Tiiursilus at 3 A. M., and arrives n Friday at li p. if. Weatern mnil--I.eaTffl erirr MnmlftT morning at 8 A. M. awl arrlrea at 4 P. H. aama dur. ?"Don't fail to attend the meeting at the court hottsa Tuesday niglit. An eye-witness will then and there expose the outrages com mitted upon free slate men, itoram and chil dren by the southern ruffians, under the pay of the present administration and the protec tion of the United States army. tW J. Austin Soolt, Esq., Agricultural editor of this paper, will start for New Eng land nert Monday, where ho designs fpend 3ng some months. Ilia pen will continue its able contributions t the agricultural depnrt mlnt of our sheet MT Hon. E. D. Peek is entitled to our thanks for copies of the Agricultural Report, and the Report of the Auditor of State on the condition of the State Treasury. tV On Wednesday last, a team became un manageable while descending Louisiana Av enue to the river with a load of staves, and rai off, tearing the wagon to pieces and scat tering the staves in every direction. On Thursday morning another team started where the one above menlioneil left off, and under took to run up the hill, but were easily stop ped. BuuoLAitr. On Tuesday night, some one of the numerous gentry about Toledo visit d our place for the purpose of replenishing his slock of jewehy and change. He first went in'.o Mr. McKnight's house, searched pantaloons, found no money, and finally took a lady's gold pin. He then called at Mrs. R ibison's, but finding himself discovered, left, to call on John Webb, Clerk of the Court. Horc he found a gold watch belonging to Mrs. V., about $8 in esh, and a number of keyes, all of which were appropriated. II. II. Dolge, Esq., was next visited, at his room in the Ex change. Thinking he heard hU do in the room, and not knowing how he came there, Mr. D. aroe and struck a liht, when the unknown visitor pissed him, went through the window onlothe pjrcli, and while Mr. D. passed into the hall to meet him as he went down stairs, he slid down it pent an I took to his heels, carrying off a tine gold w.ttoh and ch.iin, villi' J .it SlTi Si-;ii 'i.m rests upon Hil in h- : tl .in i .1 .ill) J it be brought to jll II. -.1 en ,f of ., ll- l.i 1 . I , : , 1 UK S B4TIIBR It ll I been It ion,' Ultte anu'.i- i) it inotber trt I. lieri-iOoatB, liti liaa , i i i. . . i. l' n' .: i H jj'io.i auunei u.nu. i.iuii io siiiiciiiij mui'li I ir nun. u.irn is insun;' Its icivi s Into 1 liip Ushes, an-1 pa?urcs nr l.anj brown j a-t yt Hhani bi eiul, n 1 mi uiy surf ice w-iiU art ; . i r v :h ft loju-r. In tl.ii niifrci ry, lire H- xi ms to Hf'pta-e ihf wrftilt of ihe weather- j 4 ! an:! intl'ice a ct pious -howt r. S.itne ri:- i 8 rt to on i' th!n, aitJ h-ju.c to noih r It is riii'i-(U-i i.n nil liantis t li t t-xi't'i-ive puMy will not ihj.ire our poodle ; jkL ilia c.iiirv.'. prevent h fiivoriible mm splu-rt, if t'it1 pre ailing opiiun that t.i Devil Ikis cliui-e of it, be true. Perhaps iI.h increnst d z-t of our cbristi-in l:ulifst n '.he Itbirnl aub.crp lion of the yentlt-tut n for the support of the ministry, the repiirinj uf ehurohes, it.,nviy hnve ti'-iivil OiJ S jotie's j-uluus wrath; bu, as a good offset l all this, we c in assure the oU gciulcm vn Unit hi fovuri'e Iwunia nevir n , ii,,in v.fa on l fi,,,., .i 9 liis frK n Is have contributed to the support of tha enemy, it was altogether on the p. inciple that oppoaitton is the life of business. With; 11 ...... . the UCtt thU Bet forth. We Shall look for rain ofr Ui, rech,s the brim,ta unmion. A friend fcui'irested that an anneal throuirh the press might prove ill". c'.ual, since all oth ers have been in vain it is made, but we far our influence with Old Sjotle will not anfHeM. Thf'ri-f.irp it ta hnned that snmp nnfl t ffjrt ! Therefore it is hoped that some one t CODDCCted with tlie Tolcdoprcsu H ill I, ake BU A. A. Hindi Ron, a di mocrtuic assembly man of the present LegiUuturo of Wisc-.n-sin, from Sauk county, and supporter of B ir stow, comes out in a letter to the Baniboo Re publican Against the entire ; of Democracy. We extract as follows from his letter: mi. - .:.! r : - ,v ,i. i l lie posiiion ui pnrii 8 in uie nurui una 'been changed, is chnging, and Kill continue .to cbanirf , until the question of fretdvm or ..i i i', . .. . ., .. . siavery u semeu, una urever ; ineru is no .doubling the fact, it is near us, and the near er the better. Thi repeal of the Missouri Compromise was, 1 o doubt, meant to favor the spread of slavery, yet I believe it will .have a different result ; it has awakened thousands of dormant freemen to ao.ion, whose pulse beat quick and Strong for the tight. " " " ' uur next rulers must be strong in favor of freedom, or what is on ly African Slavery will grow into something more enormous ; I think they will, I hope they will, it cannot be prevented ; the cry of Know-Kothing is a dead weight ; the Ger man sees through it, the Norwegian, the Irish and all, they love Liberty they have left Slavery, and I think their good sense will triumph in th approaching crUis. This is my democracy and my belief concerning pol itics ; I am no under keeper, nor do I dictate." Hon. Richard Mott. We are rejoiced to learn, as will be we are assured, all las con tituency, that Mr Molt was in his seat at Washington on the 1'iird, nnd gave his vote lor the admission ot Ktusas under the lope ka constitution. To do this he was obliged to rise from a bed of sickness, at New York, and at the rink of his health, 0 to Washing ton. We have only time to say " well done good and faithful styrvant." TuUJm lilado. The Detroit Advertiser stutes that a woman ninety four veins of aye, rodn to that city tlia other day, faun Livingston county, in a lumber wagon, Hit'J took the tars for Sujieiiiioii Bridge. -The venerable Dr. Ljrmsn IVecher is now Walnut Hills. Cincinnati, to title nd the anni versary of llie Seminary for which ha labored many years with such energy. An extensive fraud in lord has been dfscovr r- :.. V ... V i. mm.:. ...;..l. nr ....mn.ur..a i... hi i.vi iwii. iina ouiih. ui whiiii..! ..... rem mliilli-rnted lo the axtiiilof 8 to 9 per cent. I nli r uiii.il uilh III,' larrl. I L lie syarcuse sianuarj says i ieen nig" ivm linve rcjuirteil themselves at the D.ipol of the liiidiRromiil IUilrood in that city lust week. Twelve arrived on Tliursiluy night. It is raid Ihnt lh house st Georgetown. recently iuliubili-il hv Mr. Crnmpton, lnle Brit ish Minister t Wasliinjlon. his own tnkeji by Count ile Sanies, Hie French Ambassador. HZ The steamer Magnolia strurk a rock at Sliippinpport, ' near I.oitsisville, June 13. anil sunk in deep water, l'ussengers nil except one Mr. Phillips, of Cincinnati. Iloat a tota ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ma. F.niToit: Please announce J. W. KNAGGS, Portage, as a candidate for S!ieri(T, and ob [july 12] MANY VOTERS. En. or JoL'RM.tt.: Flensa say to the voters of Wood county, that J. L. HOLLER, of Portaf-e. will faithfully serve the people, as County Cirri. PORTAGE. inly V PORTAGE. MARRIED. Onthefttli int..liv ,1 . 1 'hiippol, 1. V..Vr. Wilmam 1(. Aldkii'ii. and Mini !iiahi.otti: Townsos. all of I'reeport. Wood county, Ohio. PirrrysTuirj; Irl- 4'urrnii. Whc.it, I. ODi. in; l'lonr. $j.iiiir'fli..W: live, al'i'i; Corn, 2ii:il i Oatu, 2'J.'(JH; Potntots. r0 (',!, ; Biitter.liK'MJ : Kl-i'I.MM Apples.ilrieil.i.V;l.r."; IVache, ilritil. l.'.'r.f'.'.'.'HJi llemna, 1.3i)iia.t"i; Feathers. 11', ; Fresh Fork, iifni: Reef, two; Tal low. lil'irW: l,tirl.lll(.'lV: V'ool.'J.'V't:!.! : Hnv. l.in) mlijUO: Wood, l.iil ii.oU ; Salt, 2.Wiy J.6o; On. ions, :37(-VJ. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. INSURANCE1 COMPANY, Or II4ItTI'OUD,CO. Thirty-Seventh Annual Sttttemcnt:. Aa presenteil to the Stockholders, at the Annual meet ing, held in tlie City of Hartford, J una o, 18oG. 1MOME. Premiums for the year. - - - l,.1:.'4,5n .12 Less return premiums, - - .;i,ll rill Fremiunia for the prior scar were, - - - - l.SfM.JM 7 Ineo'me on Invcst's and Interest. 5li.Tor .'.' l.esa loss on do. 11.01 1 IIS i.tn.iwaa t:.i;.'n is PAVHrXTH. Leases rashed. - - "l.'lltlll 'oiniiiis-inlis and expenses, - Jllio'iJ I'o T.nes, ll.-i'-'fl Ut Hiii l.-nds. - 'J'.l.UUU UiJ Keservod to pav all outstai.din, claims on Juue'l, JSj'i, not due. lOlAVi V, l.oll,icll II Surplus of the year carried. I,3U.,5'.1 ToCr. Sal'etj fund tor c.ii.t.ni'cnt reserve. - - - - j .o.t.i.i o.i -$1,54131 41 The Company has ratl ns'ets of fl.nno.T.'W HO 'I h-.- total loisoe ptiiil tiy tiii. Couipaiiy in tiiirty-seven )ears ending the present time: In 1 ire Deparinient, - - - .s,nll,:i7 .Ml Inland do. .'7.IW7 111 $rt.4).l14 !xl .earlv .l,-"o.ooo Ol rfies w .oieiv nils uecu llie . 'ii,;, , puUlv Ueneht. Z -or ; yenntuu cow iu inaiii oiirneo uiu- 1 ....I ....... ...I... ..11. 7 ,.. n.nl . tliM I 'in ! .1 Kr.u-L ....... ... . , r - - r j , id tli aining I" and 1-4 percent, of the receipts 1 to iigmit-i, cxpuiHei, t i-tus, sup- p-irt oi rif" oiupimi.'i iyiio illvuiumN, J lie follow gt-ntlenifii were unanimously ie elect ed LJir;ctnr- rr tnu enuiir ' uar. T'pumu K. Jirai-f, ' Mite A. Tuttte, A'ol.r.' A'.-.. J O. ?ip c. n-I'Vl-l M;t'r, . lyfOrl lid K imu-t Tu o'r, S truts S. W'ar't, .1,-4-fk Ci'irr't. lUnnj '.. Vrntt. Thi u i Mil I. Me. IMS . iKti'.i, Autim Dutthitm, T.! 1 .hi Mil ACE. I'rcsi.hr.t. E. ti. Kiri.EY, he Pro: ideut. A. Ai.r - mmhi, Sju'v. j , lriot pr-'tiiptly att--nded to bv l:. I .'j.;-.-:i:il. J. A. 11 VLI, Agent Altat'liiiiuitt Ntiticu. l:VrJ itiI.lwiii. plili, vs. Christophtr Pcrrin, deft, ire Jod.ua Cliaiq..!. J. I ,t,f I'errvkburg township. Wood counfv, ( 'uio. V the 21 d;iv of Jul v. A. 1. K'i, s.n.J justice isued k-roi att u ioiit-iit in the above action for one li iinl rud and tif:. d llaia d.-bt aud liftecti II .r.- pr.d- al. Vest. JOM11A CilAl'l'l.L. .Vi nmv a li-ini v.. Att'vs, ' Jih i j, l .';--mo1i. ! i 0 ail ,Xilv Mtaehineut Vtitit'e. r. u. MilUr & v., pluntnv-, v. chrKopluT Perrin, Btft,re Joishua ti..pjpJf Perryilmrij toviMbiP. v ..oj county, Ohio. ' XS the 3drf.iv of July, A. D. 1 .. nid jtKtice issued ! J an orner of attju-htucnt in the above in tioii for ; .1 ; Mmmv n :.Atr. J.ii 1 1. im-d. boe.-. have bu.l paid thuiii Hi .(-4 per gros preiniiiiiw bauL it, thu h ipe ot lo,e. Attai-huieiit Mot ice. S. N. Beach tV Co., pluintitf. v. Christopher Pcrrin, ueieiidini. I I Before Jo!iua Chappel, J. P.. of Pernsburg towuihip, t Wood countv. Ohio. ! (V1 ""r'1 !"f' Ji"lv-A.' "5,i',iJ ' T'.", . M ah ,,r.lur i,f i.tt&L'liiiient in tlie auuve actiuu lur huudrud nn.l nineteen ilt.llar. nnd einhlj-eiglit cents JOSIU'A I'U.Vri'KI.. Ml'KKAV k D.ilniE, Attv'.. (July 1-', l- ili ilwl Attiii'hmcnt Xntk'e. Ki-ani'is II, Kitti v.. clirl-!"pht-T renin. Uefore Jodum t "Hn 11 ; it 1 . J. !.. of Porrysliurg townihip. AS'i.nil ennntr, Ohio." 0 the :M lny of July, is.jtl", s;udjustir, leaned ivn nf utta'lim(nt "in t)ie above action for the of aixtv-nilie dolhirn nud lliirtv-pvon i-cnr... Pit ANCIS H. KITTS. J. II Ki:w. Atfy. .Inly VI. li.Vi-'lnl Altiiehiueiit ntlce. 'c ,. ti........ ..i.iM.itv v. ...l M..l,,tir ,l.if..u.liint uWuru Tlmmaa 1'o.irniidi-, a Juuicoof tliel'aai:e,ul'tho I , """'' w'""'' s'"u' "-. . X tlio te'titli duv ut June, A. I. Mini jutlice -yj 4IUiJ ln ,)ra,rr attadunmit in the afi.r.si.ij fur twi'iity-thrMi il liars anil thirteen I'etiU.aini twenty lire dollar, imilmble ru.u. S. U. BAUNK8. Portage, Julv in, 18-"Ki--!)w;i Wnle oi' Keul IMnle by tinier of imrt. 0 tlie llith il;iy ot' Airiit, IS.'ili. nt n't'lock in afternoon, at the ilwir of the Court Houne. in town of I'errx .hnrtr, Umul eountv, hio, will he to the hic'.K'.t hiililer, the followih!; real enlate. n j property of FredorieU l.ura.. d. i-eie.ed, to wit :' ln-lot -man, i isniily! Cornelim, number 178, in tlie ton u uf Perrvsliurir, Wood rountv, Ohio. Term of n;iti,i,iie-lialf ill hand, ajid the residue tu.ix mouth., itli i'.ttcrL-it. I)AVII nOSALIWDN'. Adinini-trator of Freiti'rirk Luciu, daceaMd. MKmimi IIiilui'.nhfi'K, Atty's. JulvlJ, l?wii,--fw4 $ J,i7 " DINNOIil'NIOV. Votiee in heri-hv K'ven that tiini of 4'arrmn .V Ki'klr . doin liu.iiii'M at Moiil goinerv. Wood rour.ty, Ohio, is this diy diifulred mutual eotiHptit. TIioiiim S. Carninn I. alone autliorucil to settle claiiui for or uirainst the said firm. THOMAS K.eAKM.YX July, 5. JOSKl'H K( KI.KS. of Letters Remaining in the Pcrryaliurir l'st OlTice July tat llau. o. V. W. llau ldin, Watson. Itureesa, Alvali. Uuuiile, (uore. Chili-ote, Jo.i.ph rollttw, Fruiililin. Davison, John. Faelih.'lt. t'lirintlan. Fiili'im, Mrs. Mary Jane, Oritriu, w.c. Oeiges. John W. Hawes, Hi-nry. Hcnn'niM. ,l.n-"i. Hirfsinp. Simon. Hateh, llnrv. 'J l llarwocid. T. j P.rii"ii.s r.illiuy f...r ile' vi-rtid. Hewer, (i. Uofman, Ji.hn. Ileriiey, Martin. Iuuler'an. Michael. . Loei'v, Morirun. l.uutuaii. John Frederiek. Morton, (,'corire. JIorhis.ltuloll.il. Main, Hubert. Xaiiii, Sampson. Mesiiiuv, l-i tor. Norto n. anry. Porlcr, Josej.li. 2 Piirehes, Lonnn, Wcid. Abevail Iiut-.h ktttr.. ' nh'ive lfttrt, plvfl' John ruw tus, Mv 1850. PniltVNIII Kll 185(1. JJOOK STOKE. TOUN I'OWl'US would rc-'c(lnlly nnnoome to the citizens of Ferry btirg and Wood muiif), that 1ia tr ope nit'S i .i ir.t, n i'Mii.!c1r "irMin ill i.t Y1 V 11; l st'lintn. in hiss. If IS Ton y '-."i ' .' V. Kf I KXfK ami ART. toffi-thi't w H h n vnricti ui mHH-.l iii.-fjin w .imi, i. I ? M f 1 V yi'l IP li TV Pt'PPVT't'nP ! lJUUlS. QlUlil; l.N I J iltJl 1 . i. IL lit', ! iii.!e1r rt .rt mi ill of ed ; l lo suit jll '.l i.- ri-ndi-ra. .1 l.o. v II KIJ Ot Y, STATIONER (...(i-.Mriiijf i nil Lilii"f W HIT! NO PAhLK. Vi.Sy-, PL.Ni Jl.. f'AKDS. CARDBUAIib. INKS, LNVl-I.OPKS. A,.., all nf whtcli will le soM nl llie mot rHBOi:.tLk rHtoa, f lavli lt?ttrnilnv'l to cuter wholly to the rco'iinir; public, no efforts will sparml to met their want. Ar rangemcntii are being made for the enil) rtrtipt of all new publicafion.i. Room, the snuiu rt that uvt;uico! fur Post Oflice, June 21. filv. i liuunl vill iiieot on tlie firit Tuu.tluy F. Hih.i.knbfck. CM O ut PortHe ut 0 o'clock, A. M. of Auiruit. It v order of the bonrd. Jl:MT Iteeeiveit nnd for Hnl", a tine am irtment of Fanny, Washintr, and 'loilet Soaps, cheap. Also the fttr fumed GcrinHti Chemical F.raniie Sonii for ivnsii inir in ,"lrJ "ter. Iiy t'Kt'K ijJIAMH.TOL Seneca Mutunl Insurances Company, PRICR V JMKFKnsOX, Agents, TTfll.I. liisiiro buildings und piT.oiml firoperty of nil VV kinds, on the ill'it reasonntile tei-nis. fMtf. I UIMT Itxeeireil nml for Niile. 90 dor. of I WOLFK'M AHOSI ATH! S( HIKDA.H S V. 11 S A F 1' Ni j-ennine mtide.at PKt'K 4i HAMILTON'S. (M)OP NWKIjFKK " Alcl.Ol.l.l'. T .'I . " l r. ii tviii fit j uckn u i: i j i en isuui jj aim loledu tlie etisuiuff aeasoii. .v-i. por frciirht nml tiannnae, niii-lv fo R. V. "Ilollidter, l'urrjlurg ; or HolliHtir : Colton, Toledo. (May ''4. .i InHi MRS C. M. BROOKS, Hl'IIMIT-W., TOLEDO, lias now on liuml Tlie Largest uiitl 'Jost I'asliloiuiMo MILLINERY &! DRESS GOODS ever oiieru'd to the ritizetis of North-V esterii Oliio; embracing every variety of l.txdir X- apoliftm Vrttpt, Lace, and Kirov Sluts ; alt htyies f Cap; Mintillas, Coflari, Klee0et Ilvtinre, Khawh, Drni Silks, flm broithrv, Ktlgittgs, Artificial f'lottert.Mttts.t'ant. Head- Oreates, Glvvn, Jj-r.. fngtther vith every style of TIip loilies ore refectfully inviteil to mil nnd ex amine her unod and prices. " June, 21 'Vi 'lv. . IMPORTANt TO" EVERYBODY. 1rV)K the last tlireo yturri, I have been cnued in a b'.i.iinen known only tu myerlf, ami, ronipiruti velv, few others, whom I have instructed forllie mini f fWXi eurh. w hicli Ims aven?d no ftt the rate of fcJUHiotn .'.( I per annum: nnd hiifinirniadearranjrRnientHto'go i to hurortc in the t.itl, to enva'j in the same imnei, 1 am willing to give full instruction iu the art to any per son in tlie I'nitud Stutes or I'iimid'i. who will remit me i the sum of i 1 . I ant induced, from the sncccstj I hae I h?.n fnvorfd with, uih! the Tniiny thanlifnl aclinfiwlpd j inents I have roTeivcd from those Whom I liaie inntruc- tud, und w ho Are imikinic fmin 5 TO PF.K BAY iit it. to pivc any pcrMn an opportunity to oii'j'jn in tliis bwins. Avliit h is pay. plensmit, and very protitu b!;, ut a small cost. 1'here is pusitively Nu IIi Miu ii in fht; nutter. Kei'ercnres of the bc-t ci.ua i-un be jpven a.4re(j,arditj character. and I ran rcfi-r to pi.Tsons u hum 1 h;iv ii.atriH'ti'd. iii VAili ten it v tlut they are making fV' 'in "i to . ." per d;i at t(ic same. It it a bu-iue-is hi which cither LA 1)1 1 IS OK OrXTf.rWEV rin enu'aa, and with perfect i-aso mr.kc a tory hnnd sotiitf iniMim. Sevenil ladies in various pnrtt of New York State, i'enuylvanij, ami Maryland, whom I have iiLtructtiJ, are now making' from $J to per day at it. It i- a iil'.NtiBi, ui"sim;ss, und but a dulUir or two U rcnuircd to start it. I'pon receipt (f $t, I will immo-diau-lv end to tlie ipili;nnt a printed circular contuiii ir' full instretion-tin the art, wliicli can be perfectly un (UenoDil nt once. In the mouth ut' My List I scut my advertisement to the cidiiur "f tbu " Keadiujf iaette aii'l Demncmt." Heading Va , and nlso -nt him one of my circular of itistrui-ttons. On it-" rc-cfipt anl after n caretul exami i I he imrrted the fnllnwimr editoilulin bin tinner: , .. wcnll attention to the advertisement of Mr. A. T. Parson, of N.'W Vorl. hondtid, " luiportaut to Every body," which will be found in another column, Mr. P. hfii'sent ti4 one of his circulars alluded to in the udter tiHe'iient, and on cxnminatioti. wetinil it.ns he uys iti, no humbug, but n litrht, eay,nnd honorable hu-4intiK. and oin tl.at may bu made proti table on a very tririitig capital." Ail letter niut be addrc-sed to A. T. PAKSONS, 'i."I" ltroidvrav, New York. 7ml. VIA W & IIAMIIJ . Corner of Krout--t. and Louisiana Avenue, VH E i.i.-otnir a '.'''i-eral tn-iortmcnt of iItl'(ift, MIlblCIMIS MA ' S'.tuid U..S,Mltiehthvy oriVrat the lowest marl; ft price. T AU1 OIL, foralobv Jj PECK k HAMILTON OILS. l.iiijfcd und Lamp OiU, Spirit.- Tupvntine, Camphor, Uuruing fluid. Alcohol, Arc. forak-by 1'ECKaV- HAMILTON. (1 EASS.-loo lto.t s.aii size;, frooi the EranklinGla T Works, a aupeiior article, eiial to tlie French C.luss and much cheaper, for sale bv PECK & HAMILTON. two or dir sum CVVS'I'OU OIL l the dozr-ti. im .Yvasr;tn lie pur chnspd ill rity. by PECK Jt HAMILTON. ri i'vXI Tj t'f X I S ETJI-Trw-eiiiil liv l I I'KCK & HAMH.TO X. C1vI;AM TAK'1'AU,Su.. C.rl..Sodn und W.i-iifii.. ) S.idn.liv the iiiantity. I'KCK & HAMILTON. J nnn i.b.w iirn,Etk:ioV is oil. -,UllU Limn Irv do. do. OUO Zinc Paint, For sile by PECK & HAMILTON. J. K. STA Fl'OItD'M OI.IVK TAR, f..rileliy PECK ic HAMILTON. ItF now rcccivinir their t-t.n k nf NPRIVii AND (SI MMER fiOODS, to which they invite the attention of their friend- and customer.. Their iiiiurmietit is couiplote, a:id cou- A" . is- .nit, DRY GO DOMESTICS, C I. 0 T IL S , VEST1NGS. TISSUES O D S D R I 1, I, CASSIMEHES, LAWNS, SILKS, the the sohl the I the ity all I35tj. win in oooom LIXE.NS, I'KINTS, GINGHAMS, and everv tliimi that belongs to the department IJ V I S, C AB'S, AS'O BOVVLTS A tidOU VAItlli'tY AT LOW l'Kic'E.S OUOCIJUIUN. Ourstouk is eompleto, and will lie sold very cheap. BUU1S Al A large stoek of the best ni-inufaeture, ut low prices. CUOrikEKY. A eiod assortment, and verv cheap. II A It D W A 11 1 . A complete tuisurtmeut. to which wo invite the atten tion of meehunirs. We kee eoustuntly on hand a lartre stock of Irou and uails.lilnss Sash.tii imblouea, bloue Ware, Knit, &c, A:e. Our determination i. tnsell t'HUAP FOR II K A I Y V A Y , AND WE WILL, SOT RK UNUfiKOLU. iive 111 a call. h It. M1LLLU & Co. Mav 21. E W 8TO ft nrU7'F.Tl7"lXiri E K biiuiii opened a of all kimUnf OOOO.mih- able to the season, nt his ohl stumliu lprr.huri. Tlume in want ok' IS tore (tootl., or haviu Pnuiure to ktll exclianjje, will do well to give liiiu ft rail, a good bur puu are ort'ercd. lASlli;TO. I MOV lnMitinr C'mii. W puavi tAi'irAi. caoo,uoo. 0. B. Drvii.vii, I'rt-s't. litii. Mibirr, Tre.u. t'levelnnil Intunl Insurance out pun i Cnpital ?L'im,ttMi. Risk taken on reasonable teruiain the above resjonible companies, by li. H. lObui:. Afrent t'or Wood CAimfv. VX KIN USi V 1 1 E7 "l beVivVnti'iTTTli.rNi iiuow op'iiand prepared todiacount:tiort ha.iiutjM pnper.buy and t?ll Gold. Silver, and Kattern Kxohnn-e, and tran -.act other business iu ttiuir line. lntirtt on time deposit. J. 8. XtHT0N. Cu-dner. i,v AoTitK; t T F. PR TOE nnd S. JKFTFKiiON. hnvimr asioi-tate.! J thrnwclve to-rether fcir the pitrnnse of nniviUimr iid P. SI. law in Woud aad adkutdntf ooanrie.. will I found at i time, during bu-iness hours at thutr otKce in pOTr4a. I hur. wliere ihev will be ready to attend to am U bu-iueis th.u mav be eutrmu-d to thuir oar. ' I j. r. phii'C. . . Ji t- ftit.-oN j , .!"" V.I r"JL.! ... ' : W 4TEIM Ork AAA l,C- o:' WOt lor which thehi-jh.t i 9J 1,1111 f niirket price will be p.ii 1 bv t June 4. irt.6.4w4. V. K. M1L1.KR & Co. j VtlllCK i hereby plven that the under-iTii-d X been duly appointed and qualified as adminiitraTor Ira Wd. Ut ol W.-d county, l KA MOKiA LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. I)', ITCH NOTH'K. To Hubert ti.Curniiiai.dtl.e li'-irs of ShefHcr.or llie owners nf the fi.lloivn ir l- writ.-il lamia, lo erh : the t. I of the 8. V". eetioii .1, ti.ivnship l.rnwni'I wo nrrea i and the N. w . of Ihe N. . j, wt.ti Hi. townahip 4. ranuc VI tu acres ; pn-l llin . ot llio S. Ii. and tlie 8. i h. . taction t. tf.mi;.K 1. rai.'e 12 1'IU acrofl: lull are hereby nn lit.e'l tIi.u fluiT- ii't-ies of MoniLomi'irv loti nl.ii'. Wood rt..,::., . tlt'lo. v. ;ll meet ot the house of Wtliion llol- comli. on tile l.ih duy of July. 180, for the purpose ot viirtitty, Jooatnijt, auu appyrtiomiif a ditch, or water i . t'..ll...U. n...,...t.rv tl.d t.ikntl.M. Ii.m ' bet wren Montgomery and Freedom tuwnhipf, thence running eolith on or near the action line between tec tion .'j Mid 4, Mont;r"iT)'rt- township, until it striketon orrninrdie f pof between said flnction. at which point fiaid ditch fuki. ona branch running in a nouth ctcilv direction, as nearlyas ptmnihle.vamnpmdy whereritlj: interfere, and tlie other brunch runuiiifz hi a aouth westerly direction, nrvin,ir n above, until they iuterfert the Frceport and I'ortagfviHe rond, whre aaid diivh tenninate. (JKOKt.K KKM.PR. JuneT. 1MH1 fwfi$.1.A(l WILSON IIOM'OMB. DITJI SlVrirK7jnhVVlftrFandn tice i berebv triven to tlie owner of the S. K. 4 of S. K. t of section 'M, N. E. I" of N. E. nf section 3.', S. K. qr of N. E. nr of nc !W. X. E qr of N. K. qr nf sec IVJ W'l of 8 W qr, i of N W qr of m-c 1 1 nf S W qrln sec 'JH, the KJ of S E qr in see 2!, hi Hen ry township, Wood cnuntv, that application will b made to the trustee nf aaid township, to lay out nnd en tuldinh a ditch ; cnmniencinfr near the section corner of sections '-V1 and iiO, thi'iice north to the qr pout between flections XH and 'J'), and that tlie construction of the ditch Is equally appr.rtioned bctyvcan tlie different owners of the land embraced in this notice. The trustee will meet for the above purpme Hi the ionth line of the pnunty. between the corners -of 8 J2 and H't. on the first day of AuKtuit, laTnt. H E X It Y CAKKKI.. J une 11, 1 S.'tO Jiwfi. Airent for Morpan Howorth, VTO'l ICE. DorAey k Harvey, J. Bell. Thou. Metealf, X 1 Thus. White-lock, Lhui-lcrt Clitf and otltex. notice n hereby given t" the own era of tlie land, in sec tions ;(,", Mfi; and 25. in Henry township. Wood county, that application will be nntde to the trustees nf said township to remove all the timber that obstructs the channel of Portage creek and prevents the water from running' clear, commencing at the mouth of Ten Mile creek, and continuing to tlie N E corner of aid town ship till it strikes Bloom township, and to apportion th expense and labor of clearing said creek. 1'he trustees will meet at the mouth of Ten Mtleereek on the :tlst dav ot J:lv, 1-Crti. IIENRV CAKltEL, June 14, lt 5w0. Wood 4'ounty !oinmou I lean. Elizabeth MiIIlt, ) vs. J Petitit-n fur alimonv. Jacob Miller. ) THE Raid tlefendmt, Janb Miller, will tnko notice thnt Elizabeth Miller, of the eonotv of Wood, and State of Ohio, did, on the loth day of June, Km. tile her petition in the Court of Common I'lcaa of Wood countv.Ohio, againdl the said Jacob Miller, setting forth that tlie said Jacob Miller, defendant, is the owner nf the south east quarter of south east rjuarter, section 24, township 3, rane 13; and west halt of north east qr. section MJ, township 3, range Vi , and north east quar ter of south east quarter, section "21, township 3. range I. ! ; and west half of south east quarter , and south east quarter of north eat quarter, section '24, tow nship 3, rHiige Vi and aouth half of north eaf quarter, and west halt' of south east quarter, ami south eat quarter of south west quarter, sertinn 12, township .'!, range IS, containing 44' acres of land, more or less, lying in the county of Seneca and State of Ohio: and south cast ipiartcr of south ea-t quarter section .tl, township 1, ratiirc II, and west half of south cast quarter, and south ea.it quarter of south cast quarter section township 4, ruore 11, and south west quarter of north east quar ter, and smith east quarter ot north east quarter section 22.town-0.ip 4, range 11 ; and north west quarter nod north weit quurtc-r of aouth west quarter section 17. township 4. runije 1 1 : and south west quarter and west half of north east quarter section L2, township 4, range II, containing alut cno aerc of land, situate in Wood countv. Ohio: anu tnat sam aeienoam nas aiianorncu utd plaintitf w ithout a good cau, and is guilty of pross ifglect of duty and of extreme cruelty towards said nliiiutiff. and that on the Him I hearing of this cause, said defemlant be eompelled to convey the said hind to said piatntirr, nnu Itr reyonaote nnniony i uo smn uru-nu' ant is further nmihed that Raid petition will be for hear ing at the October term of said court. ELIZABETH M1LLEH. Bv r it w k & Ji;kfj:uimj.', her Atty's, ' June 91, l$"(i--i;wi;7.4S. " T1TCII NOTICK.--Notice i hereby -,'iven to the 17 present owners of the und in .Jnekson township, Wood conntv. Ohio. IviniT in sections VJ, V. 14, ii.J, 'Jli, tind ;i,Hiid the went lialf of section ;,, nnd the enst hulf of nectiou ii'-i, nnd thu east half of section '27. nnd also the Aouth half of section H. or nil person interested tliprciii. that there will be i niectinif of the triij-tces of J;iclfon township, ot the houne of lJavid Tvner.in said townshin. on tlie fifteenth dav of Aurust. .8.ri'. at ten o'clock, a. M.,to locate a ditch and apportion the work thereon, in the chnnm-l ot Sixteen creek, commencing near the south east corner of nection Xi. and running1 mirth east liirouirh secticus 'Jij, 'JA, 14, and Klnnd I'i. tiaid channel u to be cleaf -d -tf feet wide, mid the ditch to be 2t f-et w ide. T) ID T I NEK, Petitioner. June lK.-,(i 7wf $2.S.'i or paid r "VyoTlt'i; i hereby -riven. that there will be n petition XI preentet tu the unnimiiwuHien of vt mm coiiutv at tlieir next reirular session, ivkinir tor tlie view.survev and etiibli-d)iiiL-tit ot' a county ruad. bexinniiir at tlie ijuarter. post in seeru-n tlnrtj-iour. Jowiiship three north, nmire nine ea-tt. on county lino be tween llnneoek and Wood counties, to run thence on or near qr. line, thnaigh scenoim :,4. 27, !, 10. :l. and to terminate on the north line of Jackson tiuvnhip, or at j turn oilier point on -tai l mtitp a the viewers shall think proper, llj order of Masv 1i:t itiumcus. .Tune tiS t-".(7w-l AUiniiiituiiS Kulc. BY virtue of uti order from the Prolate court of Trie countv. Ohio, 1 shall expose for sate, irt the dour of tli court hi-u-'e in Perry bory Wood county, Ohio, on Saturday the I Jtii day of July next, at 'J o'rkk'k, P. SI., thu t'uliuwin lot, ftimated in miiil town of 1'erryr.burir, viz : In-h U l'.). .'W.and 4u, nnd oitt-lut No. M, the prop erty ui 1.. Matniaits, late oi t .im-miiatl, aeceaeu. GKOR(.K M. HILTON", AduiiuUtrator. MrumY & Donr.K, for Pltff. .lime '11, is.(. tiw.'Al.li:i N"()TI('I-. A. It. Ferjriisoii.adniini-ttan'roii theet tare of . W. Hart. decea-d, thii day fib d hid ac counts in thin oltice fur final xettlement, whirh will be for htfiirii'x on the H'tli .lav of ,Iu!v. A. I. HvWJ. JOHN ii. KKIXLY, Probate Jadge. .Tine 2. 7u (lmiiii)truturd Kule of Iloul EtaU fS the 12th dav of .Inlv, li(i. at 1 oVlot k. V. M.nt Vy th drtitr of the cutirt houe. in the town of perrT-- buiir. Ohio, will be sold to tlie niirhest bidder, the fol lowing property of Joaeph Mitchell. derensed, to wit: the west halt' of the auth west quarter of sartion 1 township 4,raiie It), eoutainiiijr eighty acre.i of land, nio:o or les, subject to the widow's dower estate. Terms of sale oirs -third cash in lmn.1, one-third in one ye ir, and one-thin! in two years, with interest, se ;ured by murtiraue 041 the prewi. JOSKPU MlTCHKCTa. Adir.miitrator. Bv PkK E at jKlr t- l KSON, Att) 'l. .li'ino 21, lli; 6VI$ Tv virtue of the conditions of a chattol inirtifn'jr ex- eented to me bv John 'hoIK-tle. nnd which Ii.u. ha- enme forft'ited. and the title to the property deseribitU therein absolutely vesttid in me. I ..ill offer for sate to the hiylieit bidder, at the dock on the Maumee rivur, at'tlie term illation of the Maumee and Western Reserve roftds, in the town of Perrjburjf, on Toe.- dav, .Inh l'ult, IMMi, between the hours of 10 o'clorl .i. SI,, and o'cluek P. SI. of said day, the Selmoner Fisher, the an ehor, tackle, apparel, and furniture, Terms uf sale cash. Title good vin. T-.eurucmi.j.. Pv S1i bb.it & Popok. his Att'ys July IH.W IwaOf 1.4'J, "Vf (Tlt'EU hereby s'lven, that the uiidersigned has X l leen duly appoinlied and qualified a ndmiuUtrator on the estate os Hubert J. Barber, late of Wood county, deceased. K. BAHULK. July Ti. l-,Q.3w4 N'OTK'E is hereby iveu. that the uuderained lias lltM'll till! V Ht'DuillU'il iiliil iilNlIitii'd 11 H Oi'mitii.lrnliiP on theeft ite of Henry Burkheart. late of Wood couu Itv, Ohio.deeeased. EDWIX Tl'LI-Klt I ' July .1, lrCiti. Hw,1 Hnleit'Kenl Entutt by ortter of Court ON tf.e 2tth of July, IHAiI, at one oVlf-ek p. ii., will oe sold to tiio highest bhitler. the follow In deTi bed real estate. a the property of ltM.iQl McMilleu, deceased, ti wit : north east iuarter of tlw soutU east ipmrter. and the west hulf of the south east ipjarter, and the north east quarter of the south west quarter of nee tio twenty-six. tuwn four, nuie nb. conaiinV? oi:e hundred and aixty acres, subject to the m idw's dower estate thnrein. Tiniis u wile, one-tbini eiuh in haad tui'I the balauee in (wo eijual amiual menu, will, in tercut, secured bv mort;n;e on the premise. MuRKIS mtOWN, Adu.iniitratur. Phipe & .lrrCKaow. Attv'a. : Juiy !. lfi--Jw4iJaO. , Forty Acre I arm for aio! riiHHtK quarters ot' a mileea from Bow!incrcn, X kiiowu a tlie Smith place, i oiterc-d at a hiiri'jiiii. all i ' lu' P.'41 U JVU 'pr. ou it a l.v house, n nie b irn, slicds. a Ure orcUarJ, 4td two wells -ai wt'r' ' A,' . T.-'dente in Pemrvhurtr. tuMe on south ' asl con,-!ro,f ln'U, Second streets, containing ' , lots well stocked nil h fruit treos. fruine houi-e, a good well uf water,aijd other improvements. Term and tiuu nvu wn pari, and ?-vd tem taken in pay. pply tu .MAIili. t bli'J'iS. Jt.e jgl, 11 Ctt has V .K1I KOK 'M OOI r( tf(h. of Wool wanttl. fm"vhieh the U-h-onthceui.tool Ohio, sl,lHH F ..tt market priee will l4 uu b, ch. Jui... II, UoO-. HLISS JLNMM. PATENT MEDICINES. A YE It'S P ILLS. ron ALL THE PURPOSES OP A FAMILY PHYSIC. Thtttg his V-ti-7 rxi'-.lcd t puMic dtinsind f. r an cff.Ttivc pmyalivc pill hirli con Id he rcii-l on i mre and pcri.-ctly a(t- in its operation. This li been prop,in-d to iut-ct that drmand, mid tin cxtt-n-v tri.d of its iilui-i com'hiit-K Murtm it!i what nucct.hn it in-tiiiiijilishrs ihc purpose dcinrd. It U cav to timke n phical put, but not rtinv td mike the lct nf nil one which diould have none of the objection, but nil the adv,intn(, of every other. 'fhit ian been attcinpti d hen-, and with vhM !Mi'.'i,s4 we would rcp'-utftilly Mibmit to tin; public di'riviim. It hitn been unfortunate for the pnticiit hitherto that almost every purgative trifdirino U niTJimnioUrt nnd iiritatiuK to thv Uiw lU. 'lliii in not. M.my of theni protliu o oinut-h ripiu pain nnd reuib-ion in the sytciii as to nnru than conulcrbiili'ii' i- tl '' pood to be dnived from lli'-ni. 'lhf-.'o 7prndiui- no irritation or pain, utile. it arise l'rcin a j rcvioii 'ly cxitiiit obstruc tion or diTanm'incnt in the bowels, iicinit purely cm talflo, mi luirui I'.m ari-jC from tlu-ir Uic in any fti-4j tit v ; but it is Ik tier thit any mcdieinc hhould hj tiik''ii jmlii:ioii:d. .Minute dirr-elions for their use in the nevi-ral disiwv to which they ar np plicaMc arc u,hvn mi the box. Among the cini plaints wlucli have been s:i-cd:ly cured by them, wo tuav nicntion I.iM.r ('onhiintt hi it-, ;uious fonus of Juiiliflice. Indiuestieti, Languor nnd I,oh ofAp- E tilo, l.lHtU-ftiifMs, Iriit;oiliiv, llili'-us Ucnd.-.elie, llioiH l-'cver, I-' t:er and Ayuo, 1'ain in the ;do und I.uius ; f r, in truth, all thoi are but the con nc(piemf of dNe:ied net ion in the liver. As an npt riont they niford prompt and mitc relief in Co--tiienes!, V'lUw, Colie, lvcuti.ry, Huuioih, Serof u la a lid iSiitrvy, Colds with sort-ties of the body, Vher and ininiriiy of I hi; bluud : in i-lnirt, uiiy and everv c:;s-o wlit rc a purgative is re ;u:ri J. 'Ihev hrr.e iil'O pi-oditced some Mitiilarly mic-cei-dul eufi-H in lih-nii'.atisui. (inut, liropsy. (iravcl, l-,r--iini.o-, 1 ii'.p;t.i.iOii of l'.ic Heart, Pains in the ll..i.h, Slom-ii-h, ami S'de. Ihcy should be freely taken fn tlie sj.riiv of the yer, to purity the blood and piN'pnrc It:;" Mt,ni for the rhn .; of nerisons. An occasional dove stinwi'.'iter- the ftoniAi h and bowels into he,.!.ii aL-don. and restores the appe tite and iter. '1 itev ouniV Uil hlooil.rJid. by their btmulaiit action on tl" i ip-i'bitory s j-tcin, reno Tnto the ulreriL'th of thr bo-lv. and restore rlu wasteil or diic:uted enenzie f t lx wh(tc orcutii'n. liciu-e tin occasjunid done is adv-uitagcvus, thouuli no serious derany;cnioiit exi-.ls ; but nn-ncei-ssriry dosing hhou'd never be eairicd too fir, tis every'i'nr.'ativc tncdi-'ino rcile.ee-; the trmlh, when taken to excess. 1 no tliousand cases in which n plivnic is requind ratmot be enumerated here, but they' Mii-it ihcmscit'S to the reason uf every b-dy; and il is roulidctitly believed this pill w.U an-wtt n better p;irpnsp than any thin which h:ig liitherto been available to mankind. Whin their virtues arc once known, the pubiii-will no longer doulH what remedy lo employ when in in r-J of a cathaitic luedi-iuL" Ib in. siti;r-wrapped tiny nre IiUM-atit tn t;-.kc, and beini- purely vcuetablc, no uinn can uriso fr-xu their ut-e in any (prmtiiy. t'vt ljiinulr eireolioaii see wrapper ou the box. i i:r.PAitKL r.Y JAMES C. AYEll, rracticnl and Anstlytirnl I'liviuist, LOWELL, MASS. Frico C5 Cents par Box. Five Boxaa far SL AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, For tlie rapid Cnre of cor ons. c o 1. 1 s. ito akskxhss, BltO.M iiitis, v, iioori(.-i oiuii, I'ROl P. ASTII.111. A YD (O.XSl.llTTIOX. Tine Tcme'ly hai won for ilsolf such nntoriety from it euros of every variety of pulmoniiry disoaw, that it is entirely mil recess ary to recount llu evi dences "of its virtues in any community where it lias been employed. So wido is tho field of ils tisc fuhics, and so" numerous the cases of its curcw, that almost every section of the eoimtry abounds in persona jmbliefy knov.n, who have been restored from nlarmir.K and even nrspemte (Ureases of the lung by its use. When om-o tried iu superiority jutn every other medicine of its kind is too appa rent to cseape nbsorviiiion, nnd where it.i irliu aro known, the public no lonjier iie-.it ate what ahtilte to employ fur the distressing m.d d.".ncrous aUct timis of the pulmonary onraus which are fneident to our climate. And not only in fonniffilc at tacks upou the lunjis, bul for the mi. tier aiietic .of Co LOS, CiHullt, IloliKi'.!is, Ac; nnd fur CHIl.l.ltKN it is the plcasaiiteot and bafet medicine ttiat can be obtained. As it has hum been in constant use thn.iuihnut tV.is seelion, we need not do more than asm ire the teople iU qualify is kept up to ihcbt-ft that it e-r aa been, and ttVat the geuuiue tulielc -'jld ly PtrK & Hamilton, Perrvshur; Am.es A: Xi:ioi and lr. II. Ui uitli l, .Maumee Citv, and ill deah rs ever. hero. May -i , :im. i ! ll j sive j j I er , j intend I en I who line. street, Const-tinp nimjn Srli found ort'ttiu of ex or other price also with Dry ( t'or b ti 1, 2 of two bv " l lie Gi'cuU-tt .HiMlical Discover) of the Atie. MR. KFNXKUY.of ltoabnry, lias ddiscovered in one of our fttmmim pasture weeds a remedy thai From th vornt Scrnfrtla to rttmntt n Pimple. lie haa tried it in over ef even hundred caves, and net er failed exeept in two eases, (both thunder luimor. tie n a now in in poshes ion over two iiuiinreu certin cates of its value, all within twentrmilcsuf Ito-nou Tfu bottles are warranted to cure a nuniiii; son iti'tirtit. One to throe bottles will cure the worst kind of pim pies on tne lace. Two tu three bottles will clear the sstrm of bib Two bottles ure warranted to cure the worst canker in the mouth and stomach. Three to five bottle ure warranted to cure the worst -ae of ervsipelns. One tn two bottle are warranted to cure all humor in the eyes. Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the ears and blotches atnoiur the hair. . Four to six buttles are warranted to cure corrupt and running ulcers. One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin. Two or three bottlosare warranted to cure tha worst case of rinjiworm. Two or threa bottles are warranted to cure the most desperate ease of rhetnuai ism. 'Ihree to five bottles are warranted to cure salt rheum. " i- i he to uijht bottle will cure U.a wota tense n serf- ul,i. A benefit Is always experienced from the first bot tle, and a pertWt cure is warranted when the aouve qunnttty is taken. Aotnili' Iuok so iiuprcnaiiie in inose no imve in vain tried all the wonderful inedieiue-itjf the day, as that a common weed, growing in tlie pastures and alon;,' old stone M alls, should cure everj humor in the svtem ; vet it is now a Hxed fact. If vuhavca hnmof , it ims tostartl There are nrt fi-mtr mtti.t, hmni nvr h I about it-, afitliiiysome cases and not your. I peddled over a tltuuaai.d bottlca of it iu the vicinity of Mneton, I know its effects iu every case. It has already done some of the irreatest cures erer done iu Ma--achu.'tts. I trae it to children a year ohl ; to ohl people of Co. 1 have aeon por. pwuv,woriny-iookinjrohiWn.n, wlujse riehwas soft bik! riabbv. retired torn perfect statu of health by one bottle. lriee $1. To those who are subject to a sick headache, one bot tle will alwavs cure it. It jrives -rreat relief tu catarrh and dirtiness. Some who have been costive fur ear-, Have taken and been rejrnlnted by it. Where the bed is sou ml. it works quite esilv ; but where there Is any derangement of the functions of naturu. itwillcuue very si uvular feeling s, but vou must nut be alarmed they aluavs disappear infrom four days to week. There is never a nadj esult from it. On the rontrarv, whew that feeling is pnne, you will feel yourself like a new person. I heard s-tiie of the mst cxrraveiaiit eiK'ouiiums of it that man over listened to. Norhanga uf diet is ever uevesi-ar)-- cat die best jon cancel. 1 haveiiUcwNe an herb, which, hen siuutiereil iu sweet oil, Hissrlres scrt fuleus swelling of the neck aud un der tlie ear. Price r"i cents. D1UKCTIOXS FOR I'SE. Adult, ona talde vpooiitul per day. Children over ciht years uld, lessert sMonftil. A no directions can be made ai plicable to all coustitutiuns, take euoii-jh tu operate on tlie bowels twice a day. Mr. Kennedy jjive? personal attendance hi bad case of scrofula. Fwrsnle by Pi:ik 4; Hiiii.TiS. Perrrsr-urg. nnu i ii T cotiou wooXLiMiiEit.r- fA n f f able for feucUiir. f-r mU ch ap. April lo. l bv V. II. M 1I.I.V K k VO. YuluaHle Farm lur Malt. WE otter for alt), na very reusouablo term a, ri rer tract contaiuiug 1S1I acres; rivr tract ofk ' eontninii'ff li'ti acres, and the mel hnlf of iutli rat I qiiarterot section 14. in town I'.S.U.. containing 80 acre, all in VMtd countv. All this bind lies in a body, within almut 3 miles of pemrabure'. The farm Is well 1 watHied, and has upi n it a'nne orehard and over 'JiMi I acres of wi ll improved land. tl. gre-ior part of whieh , is bottom laud of the very beiqtliiy. Fur terms, in 1 quire of U'vr.Ai k lou. Nov, i:,lW. 27tf MISCELLANEOUS. )1.IN & JKimOhavejunrcturnedfrutnNer Vtil; a:l Hs.-ston, aud are rn-w oi.iiig aa .xteo ind eo:.pieta assortment ul livoti und .Viuet ilatdwai c, Cro.hry a.iJ Glai-itViirt, selected with espeoial reference tu the watts uf Per rvsbtng and N uod .ount v. nnd i.tUr tne same at low 1 prievs than anv other ostabliihmejit in tl o ftume VfiiltT'. They have iK-nht th''e ".-od for csih, at-l doino suit' Iv KIJ. If) V I' A business, ihercl r ibling tht-m to -l at rates su ss to istonUh thos have bought heretoforceither at Pciryst iirg vr To- Call and examine, nt ti e store latelv occupied bt K, Gialmni, uppoiite thu liuird House, Louisisn Aia Perry .-dm rir. Hiio. not-3 i: w" a S 1 1 Tii iTipTj oo j sf gku ruvv:Rs HWK rreeived from cw York, mid hatA for nl cheap, at the old stnnd of 4 :. Puw kms, on Front A ImrRff nnd Well fk-lrctrd AwnrtmeHt ul Httipl nntl Fancy Dry Uomlis in art of Woolen and Cotton Goods of s'J , ii wn ivb. iiitrun nrr.vroi'Kerv, iiofiin ana rlMe. M.I Hooks and Stationery. Nails, I. lass. Khovels, Spades, Chains, it.; lints. Cap. Bonnets. Heady Made ('Int'iiii! in fi Tie. n complete variety of rticls iisuiijly in a retail store. For ready pny. these goods are l at unusurtllv low prices. All persons desirous piuchatiij-r, wili tind it to their advar.bige to call and iiniii-our ritoel. before purchasinr elsewl er We wish it to be distinetlv u tide ri toed that for cash merchantable produce, wen" not be undersold h any ettabltslimi-nt in the place in goods ot thr snmo Ojitulitv. We will at all times pay the highest uuiiLet in f.Wi for Wheat, (irassMeed, Pork. ..tic. and v ill receive in exchange fur Goods, Proluee ol almost kind, and e w-th will not be refused, but received juvful heart.- and pleasant luoks, rpiIE subscriber has received from New York a large and well Hph etcd assijrimciit of (im.ds tf ettri d srripthtn. whirh he s ill sell ten cheap ft.r canh. . (iiMtdft of nil kinds, consistin'of Itroad Cloths. Cas i meres. Vesting, Hilk Scarfs, Prints. I,a ns. Bern (res, t'iiiglmins. Shectine;s. Shirtings, Hosierv. (love. kid, Ijsle, tVe. liuots li shoe'4, Hats. Caps.aiid Kfsdy Mnde lothin. Hardware. ails at reduce tl prices. )n,f- :. Log nml trace (.liain. t hop .a ies. If rond Axes, raining Chine!. Angers, I, cks und Latchen Wrought Hntts.Table Cutlery, t-'runihig Square. Hand-saws. e. liook- Stationer. Crockery White Stone. II tne Chi na, and Common Wares. Groceries Coffer. J i a, Su- ar. Salerntu. Codii-h, Mackerel. errinLr. YU vr and 'oi k. llie. Ginger, Pult Whit Lend. liar Lead. Pi-w- Shot, Cap. Oar tnck of llomirti Is sooeib. Itib- Imiim. Uoniiet Lining, Psnistds, Ac. We intend to in rense ami evlend our business, and for that puri (s will sell Hftulg eery lute, and keep up a regular matki t the pr di cts of our country. Those wishing getxl tru'ain. w.uld do n ell to gie us a ral'. lVrrvbm-g. Ohio. A. M. THOMPSON. lovi u nil Till Ware. BHOWN" HPN'T have constantly on baud, at their new Mtid eitiimodioiis tore rouins. east side Louta- tani venue, a la nre and well selected assortment of CUOh, HAIJ , HOX Jr PARI.ftR STOVES, in na v.irietic. t lur stoves arpuf Albanv mnnufnetiire, d inferioi to no ie. Piaiuand Japanned TlX H AJiii. Stove Pipe ai d Stove Trinnn ngs, Job Work and Kepiirhig done on short notice. Or- lers fro tii abroad promptly attended to IVrr-.nbu.rg. AiiiMior tiik Tini;s: At the Sign of the Uig Watch, f L'MMIT STREFT, TOLKIMi. 49 II. T. COOK, respfcil'uily informs dig ten iiJo ititiisuiil personal tfieinlo. and llie ouml people of Toledo, Msumce Citv. Pemburir. ;md tlie count n around, that he has opened and kern i.u the moi-t complete and splendid stock ever offered in tha city, and i receiving daily additions from the bestKuro pcan a'ld eastem nmnufat turers of UbUUKa, WAlWlt- AAU J-VVMiltli, It wouhl be quire useless to attempt an enumeration if the brilliant articles his show-rases contain; but la ltis and rcMtletncii will please coll and see his splendid tjioici auu niivcr muwiic-, of everv rariety, quality and pattern, at prices ranging I'rotn 7e7i tn One Hundred and Fifty Dollars. SUPER II aOI.UFOIi CIAIXS, tho largest and richest assortment erer aocn here, at prices troin ivi-lre to J-ijti Ihuars. UKAVy COLD OVARII UHAINR, if uncitiaM?d bentrty, weijrht aud finish, at from Tisrire to Firty-Five Dtdlars. Maiimfh'knt Diamond PiNSAsnKixas.of thelatest styles, and at the lowest prices. St'i'i:itioit Vr.s an n Poi kkt Knives, of elegant pat terns and Unified workmanship, the finest lot in town. Plus, Octauon k llrsi'TirrL Iklaiu C locks, of rhe best uianufaetnre, at Two and a Half to Fifteen Dollars. With aitiTitles variety of l.oekets. Kings, Gold Pens. Mar Orops, Hrcast Pins, Gold Pencils, Cuff Pili'. Broodies, Studs. M atch Seals, tud evei-vtb'ni else ever wwi or beard tell of in a jew lrv "stnldi- huieiit. Priret lower than the Invest. -tSpeeml care given by the Its! workmen in th ,'oumr, to i At'viiti.su watcul anu cwicLKi, aad all ivork wir'nn:ed. . D n't fttrgrXh plnre Sign vf the B'g W'a'rh Summit Mtreet, 't-". ' V HC AV Y IX 31 OKU W ACJOIV for sale elieap. J by (.I uue 74 Uf . F. K. M I LLEK A Co. MAlIOTir.;OSliKX CORlf'l also, a larga aas. irtment of Fogg's Garden Seeds, for sale by G. k J.W EKS. Y Q 1' A S T VV i'rfC: ot 7uuW mrdandOnk lcm UKU can be bought ehe p uf the sabserther, at bia s ten m s iwiiiill, ri miles east of town, or by applvhig to F. It. MII.I.KIl ii Co., lNjrrvsbnrp. April lo, H.Hi, ' POPPE WARNS. They never diil do more than give temporary relief and th'ev neter will. It is bee.iue thev don't touch tha CAl'St; of the disease. Tl ALSI-'. of all ague and billiout diseases in the atmospheric poison called Mias ma or Malaria. Ni'Mraiixe thi poison by its natural antidote, aud all disea' taiifcd by it disapjiears at once. lthodV I'Vtcr a: il Ague Cnre. is this Antidote to Ma laria, and moreover it is a perfectly hatrntefs medicine. The cvrtifieate of the celebrated chemtI, J . K. Chilton, of New York, to this effect. i- attached to every bottle; tb'-refoi e if it dou uu fMd it can do nu bariu This is more than can be said of Quinine, Arsenic, or nnv tonic in eitence.as their use is ruinous to the con , -ttiiution and brings mi !( MH AC I E, whHi npiur al lows a per-on to feel erf'Ctly well for a single m mti-.t. Iu iiliistratiou of these truths, I annei s n extrn u from a Uttcrji " recentd from a physician ; CeohokTowx, O.. March 17. lft."tl. A . lltiool?', Fq.: rr Sir: Yours of vd ii t is at hand. The Cure arrived late last year and the difficulty in getting any one to trv it was greatly Increased from the fact that a remedy had been introduced which wa growing in favor with the public, as brine; better than lining (iii ine not knowing, I presume, that tha re;ueilv thev nedti escape taking Qiimiuc, cotaiuad tha Dltl'G n'sia.K! The remedy. I knoVn as " ftmttli Toiiio. would in rariablv liKKAK an ague, but it did out CL'KE It, aa It vvuutd often return with renewed vigor. This one ciieumtnitce 1 deemed iu your favnr.if 1 could institute ti test comparison between It and your CL'UK. Ihw following is the result: Three persons took your " Cnre,' nil of which wrrv cases of" Quotidian Intermittent Fever. of many week standing. They had tried Quinine, and other remedies, occasionally missing a chill, but it was. aa in all such cases.'i slouk wearing them out. and laying the found- ntfoti of other and Severn maladies. I did succeed iw effecting a radical cure of all three of these eases wirn, vowr remetly , and thev have not had a chill since, fn all three of the-e cases the " Smith's Tonic M had beenuseul and would. as before stated, break tha chill kmcaiter m a period or two had elapsed it would return. I think thre will he no difficulty in giving twywr " Cure " the vantage ground of anv other renietfv now muse here. & e.. &e. WILLIAM BI XFAl, , r, liHODKS' rKVERaud AGl K Crffi. ANTU POTK TO MALAitlA. the aalv aii-s mnealy in exitteuee. is equally, certaiu na PK l" Tl V K as a " CI UK." Taka it when ya tW the chili coming oi, and vou will fever have a sintrhj -a. JAMES A. KHttPKS. Ftfi:dne, R. T. Vh. loaale Agente.St. LoaII. Khk-bv: ChieaL-v. llar.lay Uroa; Porrjsbssrg. PKCK k H.VMILTOV. and by Iruugit gnerairyb f.'inii DOST FORGET THAT Imitfit'orihy'- A rot a tie rEVl.K A.l ACit'E FILLS it AYR AO F.UUAI. as a sura remedv for Fever and Ague, ChilT Ftver.Pamh Agwe, kndaU variattaa of thi trouhleaoa cosapUunt. and thjv are PLEAS AST TO TAKE. making them one of the most desirable articles hi tho market. Children take them readily, and grown person make uorve fares. TRY THEM OSCE, and, v.u will ree.Mnu.ea4 them to your friaada, If yon frWnd have need of ague medicine. AS A PR EVE ATI YE thev are equstlv good, and as a tonic fo general d. bihtv. cannot be surpassed, and are warranted to con t din 'no i pa i nine, no mercury, no poison. Laiiuuarlhy'A Aronitt, Teetiblc. raiharti Fill contain no Cfl'-melor Aloes, and aro tho beat family. j , nUuif ,M. Tho ' E.'.QehUf Eye) Balm Jalwavs cures all exter or dieaseof thsTyaor Erflidi. when avervthiug else has failed. ' y. MNGWORTHT, Findlay. O., Sole Proprietor and Mnufaturar. j S'u bj Pkc& .ji Hamilton. Pemsburjr. i I. (J. Lock k Co., Bowling Green. Lvi T'4tLwa, Taylortuvn. (47nOt