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K. A. ilIUOIttN, Eil I tor. of TERMS: Ontenpfn rear, AIIib:rlptinnnot ;iaid withinix m Mttln.l' no Feftysiiurg, Thursday, July 10, 18-37. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. frt ffpReMuft of the llt'piililicaii Htiite Central Com. VnlUe,-ta onnjuncthm with thi- Kei'iil'llnati tnemlirrs of th Ltpfolatirre, ami other dlstlnguisho.) ltiubli .aiia from varinu part, of the Htato, At Coimntmi, on th 14th of January, 1h:.7, nftor mature consideration, Itiru reiolveil tlmt ft was e.xpcili.nt to hnl.l theStnlc Convention of tho Rt'pnhllcfin party of Ohio for ttic nomination of a State ticket, at Columbus, on the lith of AllRUHt next. In conformity to till request, the fltatc Central Com mittee aniioiineo to the ltuiiillirnna of Ohio that the (falegatea from the various ooutitica of the Htate will aiwinblf in the city of Columbus on WKDN'KSDA Y, THR 1JTH DAY Or' .lH.l'KT XKXT, nt In oVIm-k a. mH tot the piirpoao ef putting hi noinination ramllilatci. for the following office.: fViMiovernor, Lieutenant (lov rnor. Secretary of State, Treasurer of State, ono Sh- tirerae Court Ju.lvTP, and one member of the Hoanl of 'ublte Worka, and the transaction of auch other bnal' eaa aa may be proper for the occasion. The Kepublicana of tho arveral ootintlea of Ohio, tfflleaa they aliall otherwise affrce, wilt mcot nt their County acata on Saturday, the Hlh day of August, bcinjr tli Saturday prc-ceciling the day of salti State Conven tion, and elect delegates, thereto, fn tho proportion of fne delegate for every five hundred vole given for the Republican candidate for I'rceidcnt nt the election Ml November, 1856, and one for each fraction of votes cainal to, or over one-half of eaid number. The total tfuraber of delegatca by this bnsia will be 377, and from each county will number aa follows: Adams.... ....3 (inemscv......ft Morrow I Hamilton 111 Muskingum n llnni-nck 4 Noble 3 Hardin 1 Ottawa 1 Harrison 4 Taulding I Henry .....1 Perry ...... ....8 lllglihind 4 l'ickuway ......1 Hocking 2 l'lke 1 Holmes -.3 rortngu.......fi I'rchle 4 Allen S Ashland -. 4 Ashtabula... .10 Athens. ...r 6 Auglaixo...... Belmont ......4 Brown ........4 Boiler Carroll 4 Champaign ...4 Clark 5 Clermont .,...4 Clinton 4 Oolumbiana ...7 ...4 ... 3 ..13 ...4 ...J ...S ...5 Coahoclon Crawford .. Cuyahoga .. Iark Defiance ... Delaware... Krie relrfield 3 Fayette" 2 Franklin 7 Fulton 1 C.allia 1 Geauga, 5 Ureenc e Wyandot was. iiksmson, Jb. . P. STONE, llO. VANSI.YKE, N. H. SWAYNK, t. C, SKSSlONrt. J. H. COl'l.TKK. GEO. M. PAKSONR. ill pro-tcmof la this Huron ....... 7 Jackson ...... 3 Putnam...., Jefferson. .....A Itichlaud Knox ...fi Hose ... Lake... 5 Sandusky.. liwrcnce 1 Scioto . Licking...... .6 Seneca..... Logan 4 Shelby Lorain 7 Stark Lucas 3 Summit.... Madison 3 Trumbull .. Mahoning tt Tuscarawas Marion S t'llion Medina .......5 Vanwcrt... 2 Meigs 4 Vinton 1 Mercer ..I Warren .......6 Miaul ....a Washington . ..fi Monroo . ..3 Wayne ft Montgomery ..8 Williams ......3 .Morgan 4 wood ..a 3 ., SUM.IVANT, HUlll. iNKII,. n. h. van vo:mns, CYltl-S l'HKNTISS, GEO HOAm.KY, A. S. l.A'ITY, JACOB I1KATON. O. KOI.I.ETT, RfjHihlicnn ttat Ctntral Committee. at ot in COLUMBUS, O., June 22, 1857. Republican County Convention. The Republicans of Wood County will meet in Con tention, at tha Court House, in Perrysburg, On Saturday, the 8th day of August, ia7, fof purpose of appointing delegates to the State Convention, and for the transaction of other important DaeiMae. By order of the Co. Central Committee. July 16, 1857. "In a Horn." the awful wailings and lamentations of tho de mocracy over tho reported defalcation of the "Black Republican Treasurer of Djlawaro county," have been unprecedently piercing. To hear them, One would suppose the day of Judgement or tho eomet bad certainly come I This Treasurer was reported (d be a dcfaulicr to tho anionut of t?30, OOOj and bis securities arc said to be worth nt least five times that amount. Subsequcut investigation has led to the discovery that he is not a defaulter, but has tho funds ready to moot all deinatids. Tho excitement is Baid to have originute'd in tho fact that he did not think it best to deposit the funds of the county with a ccrtaiu banking institution ofDcl ware and because the commissioners did not find the funds in this bank, they concluded "all was up a stump, ' and thereupon souuded the alarm. The explanation does not stop the circulation of the original notice iu tho democratic journul9, however, and' in tboirzeal to spread this matter before their RadoTS, they entirely overlook tho comparatively (to-them) trifling defalcation of Breslin, which mounts to the nice little sum of three quarters of million of dollars I The whole contest muy turn upon this one feature, by the-by not a small ono. Therefore, in the selection of u cundiilutc, tho Democracy will tte caulinus, and look well to the ability and char acter for integrity of those who offcr fur tho uoiui- nntion. Vtjiuncc Dcmoorat. There yo have it in a tint-shell. Policy re quires the democrats, thi tint, to "be cautious end select a man of " character " for the office of State Treasurer, and this simply because the " con- fcst may turn upon thio feature." At uny other time, gentlemen, you may noiuiuuto your second Breslins, but the success of the party demands you to yield to honest men once ! We udiniro your tmpliclty.Mr. Xcmocru,nnd trust your advice may be heeded, but we fear you would bo the Drst to violate it, as you ore willing to vote for Morgan, who acknowledges that he knew Brc.-liu was rob bing the Treasury at the very time he (Morguu) was stumping the State to secure his re-clectiun. Look out, lest loug practico should lead you to support "sharpers "instead of uicu ot "ability and ehuracter for integrity." There is a case pending in tliu U. S. Cir cuit Court for Illinois, Judge McLean presiding, which, from its peculiar character, possesses much interest. Sometime since, Charles 11. Lamar, white man, assaulted and most severely bruised Joseph C. Mitchell, a colored barber. Mitchell has sued Lamar for dumuges. Under tho Dred Scott decisiou be is of course ruled out of court It remains to be seen what disposition Judge Mc Lean will make or this case. It seems hardly pos sible lor him to adopt a course which will license every white brutul bully in the country to beat nnd maim a colored muo without being liable to pros ecution. Mr. Montgomery, of White I'igoon, Mich., Woe robbed of 3,000 at tlio Toledo depot ou Thursday lust. He bad just arrived on the steum loat rVtm BuflUle, and had been so cureless in to ambit his money which be curried iu n car pet sack. Ou arriving at Toledo the suck wiw cut ead the money taken. The robber is yet ut large. Political State Convention in this State will be held tl is year as follows : The Dctno eratie in Columbus on the Glh of August ; the Republican in that c'nb on the 12ib of August ; and the American ut Dayton on the 18th; AaTiuoTC'TO Mui-QiJirois A i-crtnin preven ire to attack nr nio'-ipiitoi-H, Hm-k flic, is aid to be irlyceridu 4 ounce, oil of p"ppi rinint drachtnit, nil of tiirHiitine 4 ilniclniK The lin e, Deck, httjidi1, in fact nil parts cx;.0: ed, to tie rtiljU:d with the mixture. This was given tnehynn i-iui-neut physician, previous to going into the Stale of Muiue on a hunting expcdiiiion. I never knew it Uaed without perfect success. Lieut. Governor. Tlio D fianrc U.-pnliliciiii i nuns A.slirr C'xiU, of Wood fj'i'iii'.y. m l!m I'liuico til' I tin H Hilt'-ain tin' NurlliWusI fur U.-itiMin-ii Gwnmr. Wr Mr. (Jin)tt'.-) nn-nu livi iu;iily im-iiliniu.'il l.ir nlii !', mill his illiililics mi l ip..liikltlolu lilt: universally Ciitit''l.il. 1 Haiti:. WiMiri' (jliul to lo iiliioto express our entire sat isfiictimi ol lliu lUntias of Mr. Cook Tor the oflice, if tliero be anything in questions' of locality, liopo, m wo hiivo heretofore) aniil tlmt this can didacy will lo conceded to llio vigorous Republi cans of tho N. W. Thorc is wrliuH moro k.Viiis tlio North-Weal than in other pnrt of the State nnd it would pfive atwngtli to tlid ticket if a man of popularity, living iu tlinl part of tho State, wero pst upon it Hon. U-stcr Tnylor, of Geauga, tlio President tlio Senate, during the last two session, also spokou of in this connection. lie is a most ostinmhlo man. nnd mnkc9 a cnpital presiding offi ccr. Hei a farmer and would make a very popu lar oamlidato. iUrysvillc Tribune. Orncs or th Tiu.amhuh or State, Colunitms, July 6. 18&7. To romovo Iho pulilie ditiust in rcfrurd to the circulation of the Soneea County Kiiiik, it ia prop er to s:iy that on the 31 hist, thero was burned in oflice, nccol'diiiii to law, of tho notes of that Hank rndaemcJ and deposited by it for that pur pose, 93-2,1 aa That tho notes still rcmnlniiisr in circulation amount to '. 177,300 00 Thnt to sec u re this circulation there arc in this office, of six per cent bonds of the State of Ohio, belonging to said bank 77,020 00 nnd with E. Ludloiv.Cusliier ol tho Ohio Life Insurance & Trust Co. or Now York .... $100,000 00 177,520 00 a Making art excess of bonds over circulation of 6214 00 The notes of the Bank will bo rocived iu pay ment of dues to tho State. This statement is mado the enrlicst moment since tho duo ascertainment the facts warranting it. 1 he notes of tbs Canid Hank or Cleveland are also received in of Stale duos. A. P. STONE, Treasurer. PittBSTS and Leviths. Tlio I'roshycprian Wit ness of Knnxvillc, Tenn., has found another un prejudiced Northern man. The first was Rev. No- ncminn Adams, u. U. H quotes Irom a letter ol Rev. Mr. Dulles, ono of the editors of tho Ameri can Preibyttrian, in which, as au lnipnrtinl ob server giving an account of a recent trip into the Soma, lie Bays : " Having no theory to support. I can onlv snv simplo truth, that the physical condition of the slave, his food, clothing, habits of labor, and med ical treatment, ill the great majority of cases, is one by no means demanding compassion." inere is on record, tnougti not, perhaps, in the files of the American Prenbylertun, aa account of two other men, who, like the Ruv. Dr. Adams and the Rev. Mr. Dulles, journeyed betweeu Jerusalem and Jericho, and who, seeing on their wuv a man that bad fallen among thieves, thought that tho case was " one by no means demanding compos. sion." Tho writer, therefore, undoubtedly has the Bible argument" We give up this point of the case at once. But two who journeyed in the oiden lime saw only one man that hud I.Uk-n among thieves, nnd this, too, a man who had sulfcrcd only the despoiling of his goods, and not of himself bone and sinew flesh und blood ; while it is finite probuole Ttiitt II tt whole raoc ol mu ua-.l nccn robbed, not only of their property, but of tht-ir wives and children, and ot their oivu liberty, the Scriptures would have deemed it inexpedient and ititerineiuuiiiir to snv aiirtuim: about it. . I Hero- fore, while the American Presbyterian undoubted ly has the letter of tho Scripture iu its favor, wo think that tlio spirit ot those ancieut writings is quite ugamsi It. independent. Social Statistics of Ohio and Massachusetts. A law has been passed in Ohio requiring minute returns ot deatns, uirth?. mnri-ui(?cs, und other so cial statistical information, which is to be annually reported to the county auditors, nnd to bo made matters ot permanent record lor luiure reference, This measure has already secured soino valuable statistics. It shows that the births m that State greatly exceed tho deaths, and that tho increase of population irom natural multiplication is more rapid than was supposed. They have tho same kind of a law in Massachusetts. From the reports made under that enactment it appears that the largest per centage of mortality in that State du ring the lust lour years was among mechanics. Shoemakers and carpenters arc at tho head of tho list. Iu longevity agriculturists heud the columu at the ripe average ago ol OS. Roiinr.nr of a Jewelry Smite nv its Proprif.- tors. The jewelry g to re of B Imont & (jo. was robbed frrulay night of goods to tnevjlue, as is represented, of nearly tytf 000. At on early hour Salurduy morning the fact of the rohb:ry was communicated to tne ponce Dy tne leaain ' mem bers of the firm. Such was the manner of the man, and so peculiarly was the story related, that suspicion was ut once excited tlmt the parties themselves were knowing to the robber rv ; end at a lute hour B linjiit u-is arrestc.l. The parties are G -rmin Jew, on.lha l be.-n in tha citvbuta few days. They hid purchased eoods of Fdlin?r & Lutch--UL-r, and other pliw in town, representing that th y had i?2').003 worth of coo. Is in iho custom-house at INow York, wuiting until July 1st lo come in at re duced rates of duty, lite arrest w as made on a'charge of procuring goods by ful-e pretences of the above firm lo ihe vulue of $1,000. The other mem tier of the firm is umoiig the missing. and probably will be. 11-linont was commit ted to idil for want of security. Nearly the entire stock of goods wero tnk-n. The robbery was unskiltiillv inanao'd. Ihe catii was evi dently too nice for such bun glers. Boston Bee Thero is a relation of a pood incident which took place in tho Mmiachusctts Convention which ratined the Constitution ol the United dtutes 1783. Theru was a member of the convention by tho immo of Abraham White, who represented tho town of Norton, hi Bristol county. He talked a great deal in the convention, und a iis violently opposed to the ratilU-ntioncil tne constitution, ul leging that it took too much power away from ihc people and gave too much to their rulers, lie w:is ulso afraid of the influence of tho lawyers. Chief Justice Parsons, in ono of his great speeches in fa vor of tho Constitution, alluded to Hie line ol nr. gumciit used by Mr. Whito und others opposed to tho Constitution und said, us by the theory of the imposed Government the penplu were the source of all power, it was doing them a great in justice to suppose they would abuse it to their own prejudice. Mr. White.feeling rattier hard pressed, und thinking it necessary to say something, inter rupted tho Chief Justice by exclaiming, " I tell you, sir, the people ought to be j -aloiis of their rulers, and if any lawyer uill bent vie out of that I will give him ten guinea.'' I In was very proud of his reply, and turned to Israel Washburn, who was the ilelegnto from tho town of R.iyiihiiin, and a friend to the ratification of the Coiisiiiuliou, und said, " Didn't I tiro into them well ?" " Yes," re plied Washburn dryly, "you fired well, bui )ou didn't hit any body.'' Oreut tiTurU havo bt't-n m tdo fur two months or moro p'ist, to monop liz-j enough of tlie Bt ntimcnt nn pU'ttoei of thu Demo cratic politic. una and etliiora to noiuiaate 1'aynk, of ClevLlHiid, for Oovurnor. Quhrv - Hveu'ttho pfuplo of Ohio )vv enough of CKiVfland (iovtrnors and TilUo Trt-iuurcrs ? Jhjumce JJttnucaut. What hu Oc.ounw of tlio IVn-y.-diurtf; Jour nal 'f Wti linvi) nut BftMt u toiy ol" il lor a tnrt tiijht, ittnl wuiii'l 1 1 l.o to know the I'tnuuu wliy ? D'uinct HrjiuUicwn, Tlio Journal liu.i litvn mjftiliirly mailt1 1, hut Click' Sum has imt heen sober, in thosn part1, tho Fom tlt. 'i bis in.iy account fur tin; t'ailmo. Wisconsin. Tin re i a strung probability of Wisconsin bfcomini; d nn'io ializ d. Of all the tmi- ijrants of S-J indinavian origin, nine-tenths scUlu in this Stater They may already be counted by scores of thousands. Id addition to these there are immense numbers of Ger mans and Irish. The city of Milwaukee has probably a greater number of inhabitants of foreign birth, in proportion to its sa, than any other city in tha Union. The native citi zens form the minority. A week or two ago thousand Norwegians arrived there, and it said that as m.my at twenty thousand of their countrymen will follow in the course of the present year. They are an industrious and peacenblo race, little disposed to meddle unduly with political BfTiirs. With their hardy habits they must aid grealty in the ad vancement of the regions of the Northwest. Phil. Journal of Tin Dkluqb of LtquoRS The new tariff will go into operation on the 1st of July, and tho duties on imported liquors will be r-iluced from a hundred to thirty percent. We learn that the bond-d 'ware-houses are filled to overflowing, and that no more cargoes can be admitted until after tlio first. The question is asked whether there will be a general fall in the prhe of wines, brandies, Xuus verromSew York Mirror. Astronomical. The Chicago Journal sys that those who worship with their faces turned toward the etst, in these eoiiial, June mornings, will see ft most bcrtUt'tful spectacle: the coming of tho eon. heralded by two cour iers Jupiter and Venus. Twoof Heave i'b crown jewels washed np by the pearly billow of dawn, as it breaks against the eastern fbore of rIotv ; two sparkles in the spray that brightens around the brow of Morning. Venus showed a light the other tiny, lon after tlio world had been to breakfast, and seemed to Ua like some ship nt sea, whose signal fire had out-watched the night. But the ambitious bun quenched it in bis clory nnd liko Cleopatra's jewel, it was melted in the golden goblet ot the Morn. A London letter announces the arrivle at that city of Hon. Charles Sumner. lie reports that he is slowly though surely gaining heal.b nnd strength not in a condition to do much brain work, and still spending; a portion of each day upon the sol i. The corner-stone of the monument in honor of Henry Clay wan laid at Lexington, Ky., on the 4 h inst , ami J imposing ceremo nies. The M tsonic order assisted, and Rev Robert J. Breckenridgo addressed the audi ence on the occasion. Several distinguished gentlemen were in attendance, among whom wore tho Uovernor ot .Kentucky, aena'or Crittenden, Vice President Brcckenridge, and Ex Secretary Guthrie. m i m A ew Party. The m vement for a new southern party has been initiated in Louisi ana, by a public meeting held in the parish ol Plaqueuiiue. The cognomen assumed by the party is " Constitution il." The address adopted by them disclaims sectionalism. More Cures. PHILADELPHIA, 3e mo. 20th, 1856. Rmpertftl Frienill have for severnl vcuvs been af flb-ted with y"7 .,'o, and occasionally a (ienmil tnl;y. I acci'leiitiiliy tneu my mt-ilicim, itooiinn.i s (tertnan Hitters, in the tint pUre upon a ilati'jhtcr, she havini; a severe a Hiiell of sickness. Thy lioonand's lii-ruiun Hitters had such effect upon hr gcner.il de bility, that I was induced to try it myself. I then git a bottle, and used it according to the directions, und It relieved me more tirill nnvtliinir I hud before used. giving general lone and streiltll to the stomach and system, laist tail 1 haa a very severe spell or tac l'liiirrhrpa, which continued for sonic time. My life, for a time, was despaired uf. Thy Hitters araia being used, acted very It ippily upon the stomach and intes tines, a d soon relieved me from tile rreat p.iin 1 suf fered, imp ;ive me (reneral health to the system. I consider it iloetor.onc of the mo-it valuable medicines 1 ever used, and shall take pleasure in rc-ommendiug it to others. the frit-nil. SAMUEL HUTTON. Xo. !, Jenninir's Row, Catharine, above Third, To Dr. C. M. Jackson, 1W Arch at-, 1'liilu. See advertisement. TESTIMONY OF DOCT. O. BUTCHER. Green Bank. Pocahontas Co., April 10th, 1855. Gentlemen: -tSumc lew monflH since a patient ap plied to me for in-.-dicul advice, alHicted with a severe form of secoii'lary siphilis (he had been under the charge of two physicians without deriving relief.) 1 commenced using tho rcu'uhir remedies of the profes sion, but the dUea-ic stubbornly resisted all my efforts. The reputation of Carter's Spanish Mixture haviiur reuched me, and bi-inir personally acipiaiured Willi yourselves, 1 determined to ivc it a' trial. 1 did so. and in a short time its good en'eets were evident, and three bottles cured him. As an net ofju-tice to suffering humanity, I cannot withhold my testimony to its vtitucs ns an altera tive and prompt puriti.;r oi the blood, and take pleasure in recomniending it lo the pruli scion end the public generally. Yours rcspci.tluliv, O. BUTCHER, M. D. Dr. Roback's Scandinavian Remedies. The seeds of all disoiilors are in tli?ldood,and Dr.Ko bnek's lli.non i'l'inrii:!! and lli.oou Pll.l.s aet .peeiti cally on IhutHuid. They are compose!! of raroSweilish herb., and foi-mv u sovereign nntidotc to tho itifectim: und coi-ruj'lii.jr principle of disease N-it only do th-ry cure indie.'ti'.u, liilicus crinplaiiitf, feinnle weakness, 'onnubi.d iiicoiniieteucv, iktvoiu disorderi, luii-r and tliroat n'i'"Cli'Mis, diarrhea, etc.. etc., but they cleanse, purify and invipTatr every orvran. and put tlio whole animal in:a-hiui.'ry iu such a vigorous condition that is is en. hied to resist und throw olF the intliiviice of bud air and other causes of siekuess. bee advertisement. CAN EPILEPSY BE CURED? AVe tliink tlic t'lhiwiiir letter from u roMpectalde citicn of Miiipin will answer the qucsttmu, and re inovo ull doiihts fiuin every unbiiHcd mind . GRENADA, Miss., June 5, 1857. Dr. F. th S. lime, li'tltimor, Al . lcr Sir : I take urcat d'-MMire in rel uiir n case ot si-asnis or tits, cured l-y ;ur invalu d-Ia 1'ilU, ily brother, J. J. I.i 'on,h;i f itf t'..ii afflicted with thi awful disease. Ho wiu rirst utt u'li-'tl whil-j nuite youn. lie wtmld have one or two p.isniH atone attack at first; but u hu fjrew older, they itemiyd to ineree likewiiie, t' to tliu tuna lie cuiiimeiu'd taking your l'lll-s, he hud them vi:i'v ot't'-u and quite nuvtire, iirostrutiuir him hody and mind. Hi mind h:id sulfercd seriously; but now I am h.ipny to my. he U cured of those tits. He hits enjoyed tint) hu tilth lor the lti-4 tive months tmst. Hi mind hi aU't returned to it oriiual .rijhtliiicji-. All this I ttiko a re it plt:a.'ure in co:unruiii;atiur, aif it in.iy he the mivms of di.ertint,' otheri to the remedy tliat will cure them. Youri resi"'ctftillv, 5re. GRENADA, Miss., June 5, 1857. W. P. LUICN. n pT''n wh(i H sufrerin from lit.4, or n pa sun, xhould neglect HiMi'liiiLr to i)r. I Inline, after tliis, for u supjilv ol his iiu-.-itiupilde inedicine. Ills pritu-i are as folimvn: one ho two 1? '. : twelve $U sent by mail jret't on the receipt of a rem'ntitnce, Aildrc-s Si;thS. Hanci:, inH iJaltinu-re street, Ualtiinore, Md. " AVotnu.ASoCitr.AM "A Pomade for lieautifvinjf the llair -hi-zhly iierlumed. superior to any French ar ticle iiuportfd, ami for ball the price, tor dr-ming l,a-li. h liair It 1ms no eipi.il, i;iviiiij it a orient i.my appearance. It cames 'i-iiiknien's li;itr to curl in the uiot natural inamicr. It n-niovus dandruff, ulwns ','ivinfr t!io h.iir thu appc .r.inci! of heiur frefh sham poiined, price onlv titty c.-iit-. None eiuiiite uidesx siirmd. niTUIDWlf & (M New York. Proprie tors of the HnJm uf u '1'liousaud Flowers. For sale by all 1 iT-rvit. Feb. I -.'7--42nift. O-ist.itloi'o'M Hair lye! Within n iiuI-k1i1I all the nictit- lie. Of t'riuadoro' never cipi-iih:d Dye; lied it m .ifcfH hlaek, to brown iranform!i a srey, And keeps theiibrcs uhanfrom dt-cav. This m itehlefH rnvilaliiti Hair ), still hohlslts pusiiiun as the most harmless and eilieai-ious Hair Dve in the WO'U.D. t'repiiied and Sohl, windosalu uud re tad, and applied in ten prit ate rooms, at ('lUs'i Alioitn's. No. it, Asroti Htiitsu, llruiifluay. New York ,i'.nd hy all uruu'Ki-" aim rcrmuicrs in inu i;mteu states. Jan. 15. 1K.',7 A M'liU, Ciiicinuati. Oliio, John l. Parks. Solon Palmer uwu; iT ri-oi i?. Jiuttr, i .ird. tv.d li.io. tU.O.iUSVKItS. MISCELLANEOUS. FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL. TIIF. Subscriber Manufactures nnd keeps on hand, at his Shop and Ware-room, on Frout street, one door west of (Jeorire Powers. CAIIIJVKT WAItEfc CH Vins, nlmost every description, and of course at all prices. All nty work is warranted. Work mado to ordor, and repairing attended to. Ili;itT AKINO. Having a ifoed Hearse, and good workmen. lam pre pared to attend to this as it should be, WELL. I am also In order to do all kinda of Turnlnir. at try ractory oi the Hydraulic, Newels, Ten Pins Chnir Stuff, &c. Hamsters, Uroom-handlcs, Cabinet Work, &c. Orders hy mail, or otherwise, rrnmptly executed. Wlf.l.f A.M CKOOK, Jr Perrvslrarg. Vny o, 1a'.; i-JTaltr Cusli rail! For liiruiii of nil Kin .it. Nov. -21, Miii . 11. V. AVKKU.I.. The I M. (-'K), aNo, Hydraulic Furnace & .Machine Shop of nAYINLl enlarged our stock of Pnttorns, and em ployinirthe best of woi-kmcu, vv e are prepared to make to' order Castings for Saw find Grist Mills, or any part tUerc,on short notice. We Imvr tho bout of in.icliinerv.iinil feel confi.lent In sniiiiir tlmt wo nn mnke ti$ ijoui work as ia made I u tho west. He kcop on 'iund MULLEYS & WATER WHEELS of the lutt'n improvement.. We ulso nunufuxti r Long's Improved Plows, Nos. 1, 3 & 4 ground mm finished ingoodafylo. Sled Teeth Cultivators Cmthlron 3,.'ianl S pail Kettle, M'nffon Boxca.Slei'.i Shorn, &c. which we otter nt wholesale or retail. fVnlcr from nhruad promptly filled. Furnftce. on II y dm '.'" p' r roni streei. f. OKO. W. HlUIIVt. t . V. II TNT. A. OMIT 11 iL OHIO REM, ESTATE dLSSCOallsCS-jlTi) ? DISISIBUXiON UT OCTOBER, Uol. SRf'UHlTV (HMHANTKED TO AM.. The distribution will take place under the nuJpices of a committee, to be upi minted br the Smekhc.lilerJ. The property will be listrtbutedani.r.g the hohler of Curtiticutes on the It October, 1 -'7 . Any one can become a member by the payment of only one dollar, which ontilliM them to one cerlilhute uf stock The property to be distributed comprises over $"!, WHI of the mMt Tiihiahle Ueat K'tnte in the citv of Co' lumlpHt nnd Franklin County, and .5,(H;0 lif Jewelr) and Miscellaneous artit:le. Th:it all who wish to invest may feel perfectly secure that they will be fairly dealt with", we have instructed our agents to retain or deposit the motii'y they receive in tne nanus oi any responsible man n their cnmniu nur, until me time oi utriintion, then to tie torwsrd ed by the committee front that county or district. Schedules of the property and certilicatts of mem neralnp can be hud upon application to our agents or ov atnirewing tne accreuirv at t oiumtmn iiun. it. If. SNOVDi:N, Sec'y. T. R. Bi.is of Seneca t'o, liank received until further notice. July !i, IH.-.7. of sale of ber od of m. of Howard Association. rillLADELPUIA. ri lo all personsatUieted w ith euul itiscasef -m h as X $PKR.VATJHKHiEA, IW-;.lAA'.s IMI'O 'J'K.XCK, iOffIiU:A. ai.EKT, XYVIUSLl the Vice of ON A NISM, or SKI.' AUL'Sl-.&c.&c. 1 The llowAiui Assoc iatiun, in tiew of the au ful destruction of humun life, caused by Seual discuses, and the deception! practised upon the unfortunate io timHofsuch diseases by Quack.s, have directed their Consulting Surgeon, an a UAiilT.vjn.r. aci worthy o( their name, to ne mkok ai. aovkk nt Tis,to nil per sons thus attiicted, who apply by letter, with adeserip tionot theircondition, (.ae, occupation, habits of lii'e, Jtc.ti and in cases ot extreme poverty aiidurTertng, to ruiiMHii Mf:iii(.-iNt:s khke or riiAitm:. The Howard Association 1 a bencvolentlnstitntion. estahlished by special endowment, forthe relief if thf sick and distressed. afHicted with "Virnler.t and Epi demic Diseases." ltliu.snuw asnrplusof means. vllltch the Directors hare voted to expend in adrrtisinf.' the a hove notice. It is needless to add that the Association commands the highest .Medical skill of the ai;e, astil will furnishthe nw-stapproved modern treatment. Just Published, bv the Association, Iteoorton Sner- matorrlin'a, or Seminal Weakness, the vice of Self- Ahuse.and other disease of the Sevan! Orjrmis.by the Coustiltinu'Surgcon, which will be sent bv mail. linn sealed envelopc.ifnr.K or ciiahoe, ou the receipt of two sTism ror 'o.s:uire. Adircis.Dr.tJKO.CALHOrN.rossrLTivn si r n cts, Howard Association, No. li South ninth Street, I'tiuaueipuiu. ra. iiv onicrct the Directors. mZH. D. II KA UTW'KLL, President Oko. F ai HrniM. Secretary. i : : Suar, Tea, Codec, Sil(ar llouau Syrup, Codllsll, .u:l':ivrel, ana apices, .ve. Just received by W. P. .t A. II. fili'Strnl.n. M IILIN EllY AMU DRESSM MllS. A. !S. WOOD, Has pennanciitiy located in I'erryeburtr. and will ke-;p onstanily ou hand an assortment of fashionable millinery, such as oounets.Hllmons, r lowers, liordei s Uiaids.Capi' Iriinmings, &e., iic, suited to the want' of Iter eu.stumer.s. Phe is also prepared to renovate 'traw bonnets, or giMitlein-Mi s i'an.tnin and l,jrhorn Hut. Particular attention will 1..; utven to dre?i makin.i; and Ioii experience warrants h-jr in b-jlieving that she u in te atIc to please the most particular. Muy, 1 ir!i, ls.7 Or. V c;i. i:. liOV l'S Old Establbhcd Private Hospital IS HKMDVKU TO THE HASTABLE AUCADK, PPD1TK (north i the Post Oilice .Synu'ii"-.', X. Y., V wiiere he ill iutruduce to the notice ol thue uf Uiet' d with TRIVATE AND SYPHIUC DISEASES. Thu French system of cure. This cla.' of cotuphiiuti. he has niale and iiitcn'ls to nuke a speciality, and the knowledge i:v lius OK THE NEW MI-T1IOD Oftrcotment now in operation in Franco and in the llo-tnitals of thin countr", warrant him iu saving that none of the foruw t'uc diseaso is wuut to assume, is SUReqUICIv & PERMANENT REMEDY l ive thousand iiatieiiti cured annually. The reme dies einidovud bv lr. V. Hoyi. arc free from olb n svv taty or smell contain no mercury and reqiiire no cliaue of di 't businesii or pleasure. PERSONS AT A DISTANCE ,M iv be cured nt hom, bv statin-' tlo ir case, and ad- drcrisin-' a letter to Dr. Win. K. UOVi'. Hccollcct the mime a;id nhicc. X. li. Ladies in want of a pleasant and safe remedy for irrciruhiritit's. olislnictiotis. Ac. can obtain I)r, Damiis1 French IViuuIe Monthly PHIh, it the Doctor s olliee in the Uastatile Arcade. Married lailiesin certain situations should not use them. For reasons directions with encli box, price $1, Bent by mail to all parts of tho world. Or. Win. K. Hoyt ia the only u ut In the I'nited Staten. AIo for sale at tho loctor's oliii e, the Female Protecting Instrument, an unfailing pieven:atlve of conception; i iuvaluuhle to such as through soine physical conforniation or de formity ure mciipai-itated lor dare reproduction, uniers from a'nv n.irttd'the United States, euclosiii'; $5, will secure tho return of tho iuMtriimcut. And ull other instruments of a private nature, ior temale uses, can he had at thu Doctor's ollicu. lienieuiber that Dr. Wm. K. Hovt is the only pcnuancnily tvtnldislied and re spotisi'hle phyHieian iu central New York, that treat private diseases, and his practice extend through every State hi the L'niuii. He member the place litutublt-An-iitle. Olli. e hourn, 9 A.M. until 0 P- M. Puudayi from 2 till j P. M. -Ill cures warrBiitcii or no pay. Dlt. WM. K. IIDYX, Syracuse, N. Y, .lunrt It, 1"7 jr.n:t:iy Dunk riu und MiiniHiicturt r oi CaLiiitt Hurt1, 7f TKPS eontiMitlv on hand u lfirtre nssortment In IV hi lino, t'liiliru'elnif a L'ret vnrietv. which he is orentirod to nell nt reuiouahle rutcrt. AUUindti of uuhiutit work done to order on short notice. Ware room, on Front street. E ichuic'e. l-irv!iur! , Ohio. April il.tS.-i npur.y o;uo0o the r--n 1 1 MM'.lt lANi.INCS An -'xienive v. ir.it ! emira 1 cinir Wiiidow'Shuden, H'ull -"upit, llorder Au. of tlie l.ittistntyl Jnat recni vt'd find for tnilo cheap u M.n;.Mi:ii hook. isio.u,. frvinii:iis 'rom.r4 hvaaa u'.i'v rosr.- F tir.nu i.r.idl.-, Sctbo rimiths luy 1 urk, A (.'li:.n-e for i-urgius. ilOl'STON A (10IWIX. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Slii-rlfT' Hnlo. Ohio Life Insurant and Trust Company vs. Rob ert Young's, Kx's. BY virtue of an alias vnixli writ of excretion, to me directed and dVHvered from the court of common pleas of IVood county, Ohio, in the above enlih-d cause, will ofW fur sale at the door of the Court House in Perrysburg, on Wednesday, August 5, ls.",7, between the hours of 10 o'clock A . f ., and 2 o'clock P. of said day, tho following real estate, being the soulh-wcst quarter of section number twenty-eifchf, in towiuhip number six (r.) north, of range num ber twelve (Til east, containing ItiO acres more or less; the west-hall' of tho nnrth-west quarter of the same section, township and -ange, containing 80 acres more or less, all in Wood county, Ohio. C. W. JiOItTON. MrnnAT a Toiof, Atty's. Sheriff. July -J. lxW awse-tia Hheriirn Hide. AYilliam McKitn vs. Hubert McKim.etnl. BY virtue of nn order of sale to mo directed and de livered in the abnve entitled catvn frnm the court common pleas ol Wood couutv, Ohio, I will oiTor for at tho door of the Court llmise in I'errysburg, On Wednesday, August Tith, 1H.,7, between the honm of l'i o'clnck A. M., nnd 2 o'clock P. . of said day, tho sutith-half of the north-wct quarter fection number twentv-nine of township num five (o), of ran;e mi in Iter ten (ln, contatniiifr HO acres more or Ie.w: nnd the south-half of the south wwt quarter of section number thirty-three of towiHinp uutuuer six ,)t or rane nnmoer eleven (Jl), containing ft acres more or less, All in Wood couutv, Ohio, Hubject to a dower estate, heretofore set and aligned. C. W. NOUTON, Mt'itn.w a nonon, vttys. Shefifi. July 2. Is.'i7 "w.).',,',! F. II. Miller. & Co. vs. Charles Wrijjlit, et al. Y virtue of an order of sale to me directed ami de livcred in the a'-ove entitled cauefmiti fhe court common plensof Wood conntv, Ohio. I will offer for sale at the ditor of the Court House in, Perrysburg, tn Wcflneiny, Auiust rth. ih.st. hettveen the hours of lo o'clock A. M. and '1 o'cloidt p. of said day, the west-half of tho smith-west quarter section number thirtv-one i'M), of township number four (4), U. S, U., containing Ho acres more or leaa; and the east -half of the south-cut quarter ot itection num- ucr tiiirty-sn (.iti),ot tovvnslnii number one 1 1). L.S. K containing Si) acres n.Jre or less, nil in Wood county wmo. C. . MJUTU.N. MienT. Mr brat A DorxiR, Atty.s. July 'I, 1.7 sw.'f'J.s tne , , P. Of . Mhcr ill's rtnlc. Tafia I.eavift vs. Jaine Mi Kad.len et al. T virtue of nn order of sale to me directed and di livenid from the court of enmmon ph-im of Wotil countv, Ohio, I will offer for sale ut the door of the Coun Houe in Perryslmrff, On AV'eduesdav. AucruH otli, 17, between the hours of l'i o'clock a. m. and J o'clock p. m of dav, the west-half of th" north-west iiuarter of m-e tion number twenty-two ('.:'.). of township nuniberfour I ., of ran.- number ten ( I'M. containing 0 aer more or lc3; nd the north-west fpiarter of tine sourh-e;:st tpiarter of the same section, town and rau'e. containing it) acres uiore or less, all in Wood county, Ohiu C. W. NOUTON, Sheiitf of Wood CO. Ml ttKAT A DOIMIK, Altyt. .Inly '1, is -iw$ StiL-rilfs" MiitT Lot n.'F.iniswurth vs. Andrew .nrn ft al. BY virtue'of an execution to mc directed nnd deliv ered from the court of commui Wn of Wood couutv, Ohio, iu the abne ciititi.-d cause, J will oiler for c.de, at the door of the Cumt Huu. iii 1 err; burg, on V'edncsdtv, Aiiti-t jth hetu-ccn the hours of 10 nVhrrk A. m. nud '2 o'--!oi ' r. M. of said Any. out l.tta ,fty-oue au.! ..Lv-t, o .'il-i.'J t; and onc-hvh are otl'ttic otitli-en I of o i: ! ts flicy anil rti.tv-th;i-f i.'t!-t;,, in the town of l'rrr- ir ', Wood county. Ohio. C. W. Mi.tiON. .U:'KitAV A Pnn'jn, Attys. Mn rllT. duly 2, H." Mw.'?-J.::h Shrill Vi Stile, John Shepler v.-. WiiltHtii I. Heznnr, T ) Y virtue lif an alias vt'i, Ji . ,'it cf c-.. ciition In t'i.' I i almve eutitl vl can-.e to me .lim-tf.l a :i-l .l-.-liverfU fruin th- court uf cmiiutii iiI.m t.f VoiMlc.uiiit, llti.o. 1 ivill r.ltlr t'ur Kile, at the .Ivor of tha court hutuc in I't'rrslmrfr. (In AVertnes'Iat, AnsiHt it!i, 1-'i7. between the hour, of 10 o'elot-k A. M.aml t oMnck r. H . of said .lav, all the interest ot S illium 1'. Heuor in autl to a cottain tract uf l:tntl known a.. lv.al i'.-rrvn- hursr, in rvooil L-ountv, flliio. C. W, NOUTON, hcrili. MrHnAV a Tr:E. Att).. Jul) 2. I -i--.7 .,SJ.M Mil l ill 13 Xancy rtrewsier v. Bnle. Norman llrcwster. V virtue of an execution to me directed and d. Iiv .red from the court of common as of Wood iiiiiivl 'lido, In the above entitled cau.se, 1 will oiler for ule, at the ilooroitlio court hou-e ill l'errslmr, On Wcilliesday, Auu'ilst otli, ln, bctivrcn the hours of In clock A. M. and 'I o'clock P. u. ot'.said dav, the folhovinir real estate: The cast part ol the north-west .(tuner oi a C'.ion nauilier six " , of township number tive (.',,., of r.intfe number twelve - r.i. heme; that part OI said u.irter layme.st ot tin; Mill and l'rairie Itoad, conlaminfT ' acres more or less, in Wood county, Ohio. C, V. NOHIi i.V, Mi iitt.iv ilonoK, Attvs. shcriir. July ls-,7 siv.-,..',.l ('ilanlinii's iSal. Nelson Darling, liuardi.iu vs. Franklin Darling. BV virtue of an order of sale to me oranfed, directed and delivered in the above entitled cms from the court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the door of the court house in i'errys bur";, ou Wednesday, August atli, ls.ri7, lietween the hours of Id o'clock a. m. and '2 o'clock ! ll. ..f ..lid day, the following real estate described as out lot number one hundred and live ( I "" . in the town of L'errysbnry, Wood county, Ohio. Terms of aule cash. NKI.SO.N DAUI.INU, Mrnn.vt Popoi:, Atfys. Guardian. Julv 2. 1 s.i7 -nvr.: rsliurill 'a NaK Tiie Perryfburjr Ibuik vs. Kunit-e T aylor et al. Vyy virtue of an order of sale to nie directed and de- J J livered, in the above .Mined cause, trem the court of common pleas of Wood county, t Ihio, 1 w ill .ilfer f sale, at tiie door of the court house in Perry .hurt;, On Wednesday, August all, l-..7, between the hour, of In o'clock a- m. and "J ,,'cb.ck M. of said day, the south-east ipa irler of tiie sloitli west quarter, and the soutli-west iiuarter of th j south east iiuarter of section number one. I l'i, of towcshi! number four (i). of rnliire number ten lu). in Wood county, Ohio, containing 'l acres more or 1,-ss. ". V. NOltTO.N. Sheriir. J.IMFS Vli'llIlAV. Atty. July -l. lx.'.T swr.'.ij Ben MieritlN Hair. John Fav v. I'-.-t.-r U-fahan. virtue ol a vendi writot ev eution iu tho nbnte utitli'd cmwe, to me directed and dliverd from tho court of common p!-a-i ut" W ood county, tlhi.i, I will orVer for tule, at tiie doorof tlu court hou-e iu l'erri bury, on Wedneda)-, Ansimt "th, 1M.7, l.et.vcen the honraof I't o'clock A. M. und 2 n'rdrck r. M. of ttaid daj'.tiio south eii-t quarter uf th; south e,it (piarter of s.'ction number twcnfr-two ('''.! 1, fif t nVii'li i t tiuniScr four (4), I'. S. It,, in Wood coui.ty, ( Hiio, c ni tainini' is) uerta more or le.. ('. W. NOUTON, Sherht SIt'RH AT ponor:. Attvs. July '2, lH,j7 &wo?,-'sJ HherillN Sub.-. Jacob Myor vs. ,inry Koi.te ct al. BY virtue of an order of snle to in dirueied und de livered from the court of coalition ideas of Wuud county, Ohio, in the above cause, I will offer for ule, at the door of the court house iu 1'errjnUiire;, On Wednesday, August oth, 1"W, between the hours of lo o'clock . u. and 2 o'clock 1'. M. of suid diy, the following real estate, beine; the went hulfot the north-east iiuarter of section number neven teen (IT), in township number five (j) north, of raue number ttttdvc (!-) 111 "OOd county, Ohio, continuing bU acres more or less. v. . AUalW.i, .Mi it it ay a Ddim.k, tttys. (fheriit July 'I, l-o7 dwod'i.'i MicrllMs Huh; 8. & J. Mcf-'ullouhys. Amtrrose Closer. T Y virtue of an order of sale to nte directed and 1 livered iu the above entitled cause from the court of common pleat uf Wood county, Ohio, I will offer for wile, ut tlie door of the court house In Perrjsburtr, On Weliie-dtiy, Auiftut ."ih, i')7, between the hour ol In o'clock . t. und 2 o'clock i- u, of ajiid duv. the foihiwiiu; real estate, lieine: the sourh eut quarter of section number four y-k), of township number tire 'O, of ranu number tdoven (11) eiut, in Wood county, Ohio, containing I'. l aertia more or Icitri O. W. NOUTON, fcherill'. Ml'KKlV A Dodor. Attvs, July "At iH.--'MwoJ.JH Hhcrill ISnlc. Kv:m U. Hebb vs Ceorjju an Ularcum ct al. 1y virtue of an uli.n vemii wi it of execution to mc J directed hi thwubovu cao from the court of ram i uon pleuti of Wood coun'y Ohio, I will oll jrfoi Sale, thu door of the coitrt hon.-u iu I'eri' -hurf. On WeilucHdy August Oih l-'"7, between the hours of li) o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock l. M. of snid day. the cant hall' of th north Imtt'ol ilic south eunt ipiai Ler; uml thu t-nst hull' uf the north cast quarter of suction number twenty-two of township uuuiber tour (4) t.f ranu'e numlter ten (l'i) in Wood county, Ohio, coui.aiuiii; iu all I'-it) ncr.'s more or lesa. C. W. NoliiON biicritf. Mtbh iy Vovnr. Attjs. July 1:7 SK'otl.M LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. H. II. A 11. Tllortltr..! I F T.nMlt ". BT virtue of an, order or anie, to mo directed aml'llKf Hvereil frnmitlia eonrt of r,m n nl.. r wnnJ eonnt.v, Ohio, in the nliovo ennae, I will offer for aala tt door of tlio court lioii!o in PerrTlnirr, On We.lnii.day, Angnat (ith, 1N47, hetween the lionri. of In o'elni k a. M.and 1 o'clorV whioh It atnnds, being on in" lot nnmher 2H7, in Perrva. bnrir. Woarf room.. ,11. ln r r v. i.n... MI'Kiiav a lon,m, Attya. July '1, 1 x.'m w.-,i52. iih NOUTOX. BliollfT. TllifVriirVi Hnle. Tito Perrvsl it n.,.,; VB iu...n. ir.i...j.i T)Y virtue of an aliaa vend! Writ of execntion to ma "'reeled and delivered from the court of common .""J" "do. in the.l,oventltl.J rane, 1 will oiler for .ale, at the door of the court house in 1'errvl.nrpt, " On WeilneB.llV. Anm,.. .. 1D-.9 hetn-een the hours of 111 n', lo. k a. m. and two o'clock M. of aald day, lot nnnihrr twenty (211), in the vlllara' Portage, Wood county, Ohio. . .. ,,, , C W. NOUTON, Sheriff. Jn MrnnAT, Atty. July 2, 1 H',7 Kw jj-.2o A .1 u. till. .......... u ... Samuel Jl. Chikoto. Adininiitrator, 4o., Ti. Richard i.uinan et al. T)T urtue of an order of ,ae to me directed, granted i'""' '' f'nm th. court of common plea, of OOd COtllltV. fllllrt. I, l lllnuli.iva mti.l.J r. bur' 'ou'"'"' a' "'e J'""' COU" 1'0UM 13.17, Wedne.tliiv. AnmH, r..l. iioiiraor lllo'eloelt a. h. nnd 3 a'cloek r . m wu uay, he roal eilate described aa the we.t lialt of the .outh ea quarter of .ootion number nina teen (Li,, of toiv.,, number three (.1), of ramr num ber tweive i ), , Wood count,, ,l,i, containing 0 acrea more or Icm. Term, of aale eu.h ? M- llll-fOTE, Adminiatrator. Alrnnvr Donm:, Attj. July '1. W7 ,VimiI t'oiluly ('ttnimmi' I'lrns. Dr.-.,. K """''' S,"'n Nlon Snell. IvfDANT.NVlar.it Snell will take nntiro that the nu I-.miicc I.. Snell. .,;,.. iiv .lll .L. .itioiis of w bneaaea in thi ea.e nt the office of N.tl.ini Lsfett in the town of Waiweon. Fulton count o, on the 'i ith. day of July, A. !. I.',?, between miC niMtixii iri.riiK'K,.H. una ii o'clock r. u. with """."'"'y, ,, ".;mini Iruni anJ to day, until all such dep ositions shall have been tulii-n. iMtici: ; Is.-,;)' ii-.n i;usoy, Att. for pnif. Juiv : Administrator- Nulc f Uual Estate. David JkL'luin Aduiiiustriitor of Jam Hill deceaaod. B v. Nanny Mill, wl.luur, anil utliura. T virtu., rf anor.l. r of tlic Prohate Court In ami lor tho . nniitj, f llan.'n,-fc,Ohiii,f will on thu 2lHh day of August. A. !., H.5T, at one o'clock In the aft'-rnno,, at the l .t.l rchlonce of .lamea llill.deceaa: c,l,,n alMi,rt.ntmvnhip.llanco,-k Countv,t)hio,onef ior :.ie to w niTi, t iu,i.ier.tlie following real eatale a. the ir.i.i rty in Jaini-a Hill ,lecaed. to wit : THe north wct .iiart, r of ac tion one. in Inn iuh in 'two! nov;h, of range twelve (Kast) exeeit 5 acre, aol.l therelrom to a ceniet.-ry o. iatiun, and herctofofs convoyed fn th.Mu by deed. Al.o.the aoutli-weat .ilr ter of section ihirly ai.v, iu tnviuhi, three north, of ranjre twelve (Ea-tl. Apiirai.Hed at jlll.lllo. '1 crm : One-third r the purchae money in hand; oh the day of sale, and residue thereof In one and two years thereafter, with interest from the day of aale. ia he secured hy inortcuee on -.aid nrcn.ises. n.i IU Jlct'I.CN'C A.lm'r of June TMb, 1-7 Sivl. Jamea Hill deccaMd: Jncoh HiiKPrN l-trttr -"II.KT II. llii-.K, administratrix of lha estate of Jacob S. Uakcr, deceased, tliia duv tiled her ac counts of said estate fur final seitlcmcn't, which will l for heurinir on the Jsth ,Inv of July, A. Il JOHN iA. 1U.LLKV, J'rolmto Judge. Jnn 27th. 1 ..-;-; I. (L'ruilt. t'n.L- lllf.-h.' ' OTK'E I. h.-reliy (riven to all concerned that tho trustee, of Lake township. Woo.! countv. Ohio will Ill-et at the rVho.d house number three' In ..i. I township, nn f huradr.v, Aueu.st l ltli, 1",7. nt !l oVlo. li A. .il.. to j-roe I to v:ew and act upon the clearing and d epeninir tlie dunnel of ihc Crane creek, to cem "Wl" al liie township lire, m tl-e n'nrtli-w. st nie.rlee' tit S M-.tion ami . onlinue tlirouirli the tow nship to the n'rlli line if the norlh-we-t ,,iarter of aectb.n 2. :itrd there t. riiiiuate; aii.l set apart to each nerson in. lerestcd In said water-uourse such portion of the .iinic, t be by tli-m opened, u.s shall be deemed riulit and jus., a.-1-ord in.it to the heneHU to be derived llicrefrom? No to ilssc.s against them such t.,,r.i.i nf ... penses an. I daiii.i ws as, according to ri-,-luand justice, they oiiirht to pay. Tlie follow in naincd persona are supposed to be Interested in opening .aid wuter-coun. a the owners of the laud, described opposite tlieir speetive names, to will Hu n r. Name ft. T. s'ce. Part I.yne i!arlin'. Newton .V llorden, -Mrs.W. A. II. St.John, ' do Timothy Halier, ilo do I.yne Starling, do F.lizabeth Ilaymon.!, Aivnl l.a bl, heirs uf, , lienii ih Allen. Jas. U X-irman, ' 'utter 1-'. ltoU-rUj Tlios. lliibiiit. i J-p-ir P.tllilis, S. 1'. Allen, Charles Coy, Mus.- Adams, N.imael W. Warner, I iiiiip Loop. Samuel W. Warner, J. A. Scott, W. V. Way, .1 .lines Murrnv, l-alayetie Ku'u'leston, Ib.-iijainin KlcsLon, Jacob Mi, Jain.-s llnrray, Horatio Milh r, Jacob III i-ll. Wii'.iam .leit'rcv, John W. I'lieri... Joseph Haipel, .lames l.arkin. J illli Moon et al, N'i. hoi. is Sni ier, ',.'.;. M. I'uilock, iladolpli l.u.-her, Jacob Meir'innr, Smith ,V .Vi.Tii'iue, Jiiiues Mii.-ray, S, 1-'. 1 .ii 11. July'-'. b-.:-,ti:.- Acrea. i n w 1-1 ft- 1:19 " :i e 1 -2 fr w of ltescrve i'l ( " " w pt a o fr i.ii fa " lot mi. .In In Reaervc l.-;i. " " no. 1 js.;u " " no. 1 2i-t;ii " n e a e 411 " ' n pt 11 e fr 57-SS " " s pt 11 e fr ml w I fr w of Reserve SJ-a.1. .SO BO Ml 40 40 W 411 40 40 fcj 40 40 4(1 17 HO ell an IU Hill in 411 s:n To 4 bll 4,1 11H) l 3D Hal fi.1 12-1011 03 l'J-liaj "4 else! " " w i a e ' und ) , e 1 1 1 ' n n o fl " n i n n 0 " n e 11 0 " M e it w " " w n vr " " n w n w " " n w n o ft ' n e " I" 0 pt n n nnr " :t und ) hw ' ' n w " ' " w pt n n w " " " 11 e I " IS s a corner s a e " ,: " n 0 e " " n w b c less 1-2 aero " " i s o less 10 a e cor. f " s c n 0 " 1:) n e " ' 'r w s e " '' " u w fr " " " a pt w fr " " " n pt d w fr n " u 0 ' ' "0 n pt a w fr " " ' a pt a w ir N' at olic. A Complete record of all tho survpr of Mm itiutor signed, while Ieputy County Sarvcyor, for the ycani '1, and.) ; also, the survey of Ib.'.d, and T to data cm b f und ut his otfii-e in Porrvshur w,orn citiin f.'.u I)-.' had on ttroper appHcnt ion." Also nriinnt itr- vevs or ru.i-14, ml, ANLs J l,t I I.USON. duly V, lfi.17 Ptf "V" );!!'!-; is hereby given that a petition litis bcn XI tiled v.'ifli the county ciniiiiiU.sianers of Wood coi.iity, in the statu of Ohio, a.-ktnK to Lave the ful 1-Mvii.s territory in s-iid Wood couutv, orgimicd iuta an in -orj'or.ced villas, to be called Vormne, to wit: 'ihc o:it!i-h.ilt ol Htction one (I), township four (4( nor:h, of run?.' ten O"' cust; and section twelve (llii, toiwisiiip four M 1 north, riinu ten (lO east; also the iouili-lult' of thu northdiali of section six (U), town" hhip fuiir 1 1( uorth, rane eleven ill) east; and the out!i-lt:drof.-!i'' !iijii six (fir, township four 14) north, ratine eleven (II) east; und the uortVhalf of suctioa seven (71, township four (1) north, range eleven (11) east, baid petition will be for hearing at the Audiror'a olliee in Penvburjr, in said county of Wood, on the 10th day of Septemhcr, A. P. livn. June 11, l-i.i7 .5wti'2.!M Ol K'K is given hercbv to the own em of land In actions l.. In. 21. 22. '7. and 2. of Plain town- ship, Wood county, that the trustees of said township, will meet at H o'clock a. u., the 17th day of July next, at Jr trd Just's, In Plain, in order to lay out and upper tion a ditch, beiiiuniujj" on the most suituhle starting point of the section Hue between suctions 27 and 2Hj and runuiuir thence north to the uorth-eaat corner of Heciion lii, in said township, along the Jdiltonviile ad Liberty tree Turnpike. June 11, l.i7 jw(I V'OTICK is hercbv given to Jumes A. Lamb. Wil 11 liani Mills. H,-nry Smith, James Wilson. Wm. Iic!(, Daniel II. Smith, or the owners of the following d'.-clii)ei lands; S. K. 1-4 of section '.), (lr.O), N. K. 1-4 and N. W. 1-4 and C. 1-J uf S. W. l-l and W. of S. W . 1-4 ol section :t, und K. 1-4 mi l E. 1-2 8. E. 1-4 of section ilo. in township 3 north, rau;o 10 east, (llcnrv township), that the trustee of Haid township, will tneetut the house of Thomas t'akev, on the Hrsi day of August, at 10 o'clock, 1SA7, foi the purpose of locutinr u ditch or wuter-course; coinmencmjr at the cast line of section i', running west, on or near the center line uf auiJ section, to intersect Jones' ditch n west crock. A IT ION LK. June ls"7 7 ,r, . b w a i: is i vTriT; AT THE HOLLI3TER STAND. HAS received more New floods, which lie offersit prices thut defy competition. He keeps constant ly on hand Fresh Roll Butter & everything else in the Oroeery line which will be told cfieap for cash or Country Produce. Staves it Hoop Poles wanted. Djo. 4, H j int.