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Burns and his the
Spirits. Mr. Francis a Hyier, of Motitpelier, Vermont, who writos poetry purporting lo emanate from de parted spirits, was askoil recent! bj lady who it an admirer of Burns, whether the Bard had round Highland Mary In Ihs spirit UnJ. Robin linms. eUalely snng- outttio Tallowing answer) I'lr lull;, that I come to jrntl A stranger-bard, In' weei t ken, For ye've known nought of ni , ears through Tiit lnya I've pour'd thrbngh Soolla's glen) But who ii t speak o' gliding Ayr, O hawthorn shales end liagraut ferns, ()' Dooa, an J lliglend Mary fair, Mayhap jra'll think o' Robert Burns. I em the ladend why I'm hers, 1 hoard the gndo-datne when she said Bhe'd know, In Joyous spirit sphere, If Bums ea wl' hie Mary wed. I eonght to tell her o' our Joy Na' inuckle Impress eould 1 wake And lady, I have flown to see If ye'd di message to Uir tike. Tell her that when I p&ss'd from earth, My angel-lassle, crowu'd wl' (lowers, Metmewi' glowing love-lit torch, And led mo to the naiilbil bowers: That all we'd droam'd o' weddod bllee, And more, wat meted to ua there And eer ester wss my dsarle's kls Than on tho flow'ry liauks o' Ayr. Wiioro Lcve't celestial fountain plny'd And roso-bsds bunt, sad aerapha tang, And myrtle twined, our conch to shade, I clasp'd the lore I'd nioiirn'U aalangt And while by augel-harps woro playd The bontiie bridal sarenade," Though na gowu'd priest tho klrk-rlte laid, Burnt was wl' Highland llary wed! Thero'a na destroying death-frost here To ninths hope buds ere they bloom Tim brlJnl tour Is through the sphorcs Eternity the" honey -moon." And now, my lady, if ye'll bear These words unto the auxlous dame, I thltilt I ran va ao reword, V o il ut'vt be sorry that I came. Tub Hot Pueacukk. Hew J. U. Fuller, of Mo., the boy preacher, hue, within tlm last five wcuks delivered 111 Marion ootliny niiy-iuiir er iiimif, and been instrumental in the conversion n I nil M Imii lieil and fortr-loiir persons, lie lias hnn lirpiinnl to nroacli only about two months, during which lima ha Una delivered upwimis oi Ally discourses, end two hundred nnd forty persons Inve been converted through his Instru mentality. It is tiid that he never studies his wrmoni.'or makes sny notes, and frequently does not select his text until ha rises up in the pulpit to preach, and yet.il is iuid.no two of his diBCouisxs nra allien, either in point or argu ment or composition. Hi "peaks moat eloquent It, and uses the mutt chaste and beautiful Inn g'liX. Calls to preach at various points are daily pouring in upon him. War AtitAo! -Tlw tegular London corres pondent of the New York Commercial Advtrti nr. writing undor the date, ol March 12th says " France and England will, in my judgment, It at war btfort the lapntaf nix mvntha. Start ling as tliit belief niuy seem, t'lera is un iutelli gaiiiniiiiority by whom it is (Irmly entertained. LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. (So 13. , A"V " . To repeal an uct therein named. Saotlnn I. Hi it enaettd by the General Assembly thtStattof 0iii, Tint-the act untitled an let to an thorite JiiKtloeiof the uuace and mayors to purolinae Warreu'a Ohio Criminal l-nw and Forma, paeil March lltli, -1, bo and the :tuiH I horsby reiu-aled. tJwi 'I. This a.;tnlmll take cR'oct and bo lu force from and after lit pntaitre. ' Wh.uamti. WftOl'S,, Fi'diker of In' tloiut if Heprttrtitutivf. MAKTIN WIOl.KKtt, I'ettidtnt of tht Stnute. Marrh 17 U.18. So. SOI AN A(T To amanJ tho eighth seviloa of an art oatltlod "an act to exempt the tloineatsad of fitmilies from forced le on exeoutlon t ) pay dobtH," paniud March 23, Heotirtn I. lie it tnn-ted fj tht Oentral Atatmhly tht Uttitt of Oho, 'Hint the bih section of the not en titled " nn aet to exempt the homoatoad of fiimllis rrom foroed eale nu execution, lo pay debt," pMud March 'M, MO, be ao niuonde.t to read a follows; 8eo. 8. That it (hall be lawful fur any msiduiil or Ohio being the head of a family, mid not the owner of homestead, to hold exempt from execution or aule aloreeaid, personal property to be aclacted by aucU person, not exoooding three hundred dollars In value, til ac'ditlon to the amount of chattel property now law exempted. Thev.ilueor aald property to be esti mated and appraised by two disinterested householders of the county, to be selootod by the olllcer holding the execution, who shall ho sworn by said ollloer impar tially to make such appralsomsnt. bea. 3. The said orlgiu.U section eight is hereby repealed beo. 3. This act shall not apply to or nlTeot Judg ments or orders which haw bou nr may bu rendered upon contracts made befuro its puisago, but all such payments and orders ahall be subject to the exemptions and governed by the provisions of said original aeo tloaoigkt, in tho same mnuner, sud to the same ex .out at ir thia aet bad not been p.inwil, Seo. i Tins act shall take olVnct upon Its paassge. WIUJAM U. WOtUS, fpatktr of tht Home of JitprtteHtativti, MAUflN WKLKKlt, lrtti,lent vj tht Sena It, March J7.1SJ8. rvn. sa 1 AN ACT To amend an act eutlilod ".Vu act rolatiug to Power," nL...H,! J miliary 'iS. Section 1. lit it non-tt.i Ay tht Omentl Atttmhly tin Hinl, of O'lm. that the Qrst secttou ufau act ami Had "an act lelating to dower," paasej January ilMJD. be so amended as to read as follow: boo vlon 1. That the widow of any peraon dying ahall endowed with one full aud oual third part ot all UndtLteDO'.utiu! aud real entatu of which her husbaud was seized asan esute oriiiheritaucoatauy timo during the coverluie, and of ell lauds, tenements and real ea- uta of which her husband at bis decease held the simple iu remainder or retersiou. Aud she shall liki maimer bo endowed of one-third part of ail ilsht. tilloor lu'ertst that lior huabaud, at the time his Ueceaite. ha I iu any lauds and teuuiuent hold Imnd. artu'le. 1o,ik or other evidence of claim; aha shall imain in tho iviamion house of her liunbanj : of of a na by of 'ii, be the fee iu the of by aud !C 1 O V C 1 ft II (I II C 1 II 1 (I FOR 1858 ! PBOSPJSOTXJS, WEEKLY, TRI-WEEKLY, AND DAILY. Tiia tin mid haa too luni been nromlnont In North ern Ohio to need a word us to its prlnelplss or char acter. 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I'.very yearly subscriber will receive one 01 above gifts." No subscription for less period thau year will be entitled to a girt. All eominnuieatioKS should be addressed te CALLOW P. LI., MR'UlWOlUTl J WllllNLY. Proprietors vf the New York Mi act 22 Spruce Street, New Specimen copies sen, free. - March 4,-86S-43wd F( ) 1 v C A ST L ONLYl ri'.IANKPL'L for psst favors, the Subscriber -A- takee this method of INFORMING HIS CUSTOMERS, AND TUat TU BLIC G EN Ell ALLY, That on, aui afies- the riusr day or jui.y jxlxt Me will offer his GOODS FOR CASH ONLY, AT REDUCED PRICES, Believing that he can wake it the IXTEKEST OP THE lll'VER, By to doing. TLEASE GIVE MM A CALL, ONK AVll ALL Cash TaU for Butter, Eggs, iibl. sad Ulf. Stavss, and Flour Bbl Hoeps. A. M. IttOMNON. I FerriVerf ui;s U. lt-'lN us fM.V'Vr 'natter is lodged, and the stomach ami intestines ro. their the of w.. with mat tur, In gift. gilts. gifts. gifts. gifts. gifts. thc each' each, each. each, each each. each, each, each each atmls variety ey, euo cor- within post tut uue my, oi Bbl DR. MOUSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. V.ttfTIO.V. Merchants and traders will be on their guard and not be Impoaed upon by a Countorfelt of Morse's Indian Hoot ruin, signeu A. u. Moon. All genu ine Indian Koot Pilla hnrs the name and signature of A. J. White 4 Co. on each bos. JjU. MOllSt, the inventor of afoase'e Indian li'ior l'll.LS, baa spent the greater part ot bis life in traveling, having viiitad Lurope, Aataand Africs .ts well ss North America ha spent three vears among the Indians of our Wsnern country It wax in this wsv that the In liun Uoot Pills were tint (lis iiovred. Vt. lloor. was the farst man to entsblish the I'net that all diioaees arl.s from isri'sur or his bi.ood that our atreiiuth, health and life de ponded upon this vital fluid. A. J. WHITE & CO. 60 Leonard Street, N. Y. DR. MOUSE, the lnrontor of MORSE'S 1KVIAN RUOT i'lLHMt spent the greater part of his life iu traveling;, having visited Europs, Asia, aud Airina as well as North America has spent three years among the Indians of our Wetlorn country it was in this way mat tue inuian uoot fills were nrst discover ed. Vr, Morsswas tne first man to establish the fact hat all diseases arise from l.Ml'UKITY OP THE BLOOD that our strength, health and lite depended upon mis vuai uuiu. w aoii tue various paassge oeooine clogged, and do not act in perfect huriiiony with the diUer.ut functions of tho body, tho blood loses its action, becomes thick, corrupted aud dlseussd; thus cumiuirall uuius.sickusss and distress of every uatuo: our strongth is exhauated, our health we are deprived or, and It nature Is not as sisted in throwing; off the stagnant humors, the blood will beoome cuokod and euane to act, and tbns our light of life will forever be blown out. liow impor tant then tliat wesnouid ksep tne various passages ol Hie body free aud open. And how pleasaut to us that we have it in our power to put a medicine in your reach, namely, Morse's Indian Uoet Pills, manufactured from plants and roots wuicu grow around tne mountainous cliQ's iu Nature's garden, for the health and recovery of diseased man. Uueof the roots Iroru which these Pills are made la a Sudonlic, which opeus the pores of the skin, aud assists Nature in throwing out the Hucr parts of thu corruption witlilu. Ihu second is a phiut wliloii is an rixpecior.tut, mat npcus anu uucioga tue passage of the lungs, aud thus, iu a soothing maimer, performs Us duty by throwing olf pnli:,i;u), und other humors from the lungs by copious spitting The third Is a Diurotio, which gives cue aud double strength to tho kidneys; thus encouraged, they druw large amounts of Impurity from tho blood, which is then thrown out liountitully oy tne uriuury or water paenge, and wlucu siiuld not have been discharged in any other way. The fourth Is a Cathartic, mid ucoompauisH the other Iiiopertles of tho Pills while engaged iu purifying the ilood; tho coarser particles of impurity which cauuot pass by the other outlets, arc thus taken up itud cou vevodulT in ereat Quantities bv the bowels. ' Prom tho above.lt is shown that Dr. Morse's Indian Uoot Pills not only enter the stomach, but become united with the blood, for they tind way to every part, und completely rout out and cluiinso the System from all humil ity, und the lile of the body, w hich ia the blood, becomes perfectly healthy; consequently all sickucss sud paiu is driveu from tho system, lor they cannot remain wueu tue ueuy ucoouius so pure au Tho ressou why psoptc nro so distressed when sick and why so many tliu, Is because they do not gut a mediciuo- which wilr-punto thu aUlicted parts, and Which will open the uatural passages for tho disease to be cast out; hence, a largo quantity of food and s-li itterallf overllowinz with the corrupted mass jT undergoing disagrocahle fermentatloii.oonatantly 1 tiluiug with llie lilood, win ich thrown thu corrupted mutter through every vein and artery, until life is taken from the body ly disease. .Mr. Morse's tills hnve ad ilrd to themselves victory open victory, by restoring millions ol tliu sick to bloo"iug Health una hiippiucas. Yes. tiiouxuud who have been racked or tormented with eii'kueHS, paiu und aui;u!sli, nud whone feeble frames have been scorched by tho burning elements of raxing fever, nud who huvo Ijcuii Drought, as it were within a step of tho Riieut grave, now ttanil ready testily that thav would have beau numbered with the dead, hnd it not been for this groat and wonderful medicine, Morse's Indian Root Pills. After one or wo doses had been takon, they wcro astonished, and ab solutely surpriBtfd.iu witnessing their charming electa Not only do they give immediate ease und strength, and takeaway all aickuess, pain and nuguUh, but they at once go to work at tue loumlalion ot the disease which is the blood. Thereforo it will bo bIiOwii, es pecially by those who use these Pills, that thoy will so cleanse and purify, that dlsehse that deadly enemy will take Its (light, and the Uush ofyouthjaud beauty will again return, ana tno prospect or a long aud nappy life will cuerisu anu onguien your days. Csi'TtoM. Ilcwaro of a counterfeit signod A. B, MOO RE. .411 genuine have tba uame of A. J. Whit A Co. on each box. Also the signature or A.J, H7ni V Co. All olueis arc spurious A- J. "til lis x uo,, Bolt rropritton, 60 Leonard (street. New York. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are sold by all dealers In Medicines. Agents wanted iu every town, village and hamlet tfcf, laud. Partios desirlug the agency will address itsve for terms. Price 2.') cents per box, flvo boxss will be sent on re uelpt or H, postsgs paid. Uecomlier 2, 1NS7. I'Jiy. Howard Association. PHILADELPHIA. A Btnevtteni Institution, est.tblithed by special ffirfw meat for tht rWi. of the tick ami tttttresttU, ajfttcttU with trident i-nJ Epidemic Vistatet, rfiO nil persons aflilctud with Sexual Diseases, sue J. as tipermatorrhira. Seminal H'eukntu, Impotent, G'niorriiea, Uieet, Syphilis, th lict vf ihiamsm, Sett Abuse, ,c, its. The Howard Association, In view or the awful de struction of huuiau life, caused by Sexual dlseasoa, and tho doveptiou' praoticed upon the uufortunatevlu tims of such diseases bv Oimcks. several years a no rccted their Consulting Surgeou, as a I'llARlTALLK ACT worthv ot their nam-, w open a lHHponsary tlietri atiiieul 01 llilsciass 01 uieesses, 111 autnoiriorms, and to give Medical Aid Ifraiis.to all who apply Utter, with a description ot tnoir conauion. tugs, 00 uupation, habits of lire, 1x0.,) ana in cases or extr.m novortv. to furmsii Meaicine r ret or uKirrt. s liuodlcss to add that tho Association commands highest Medical skill of the ago, and will furnish mnstannroved modern treatment. .n. .t. f . The 1'lrectors. on a review ui me i'bii, icsi naaurc that their labors iu this aiihero of bviiovoleut effort, huvc been of irreat benent to the attlicted, especially the young, and the have resolved to devote themselves with renewed seal, 10 mis very important out nine desnlsed cause. Just putulalien by tne Association, a itenort on oper matorrbma, or Seminal Weakness, ths Vice of Onan ism, Masturbation or Self- Abuse, and other Diseawsof the Sexual Organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, w will be tent by mail, (in a sealed letter euvellope.) vf .'hurgt, on the receiptor two stamis for postage. Address for report or treatment Dr. Oeorge R. Cal houn, Consulting Surgeon. Howard Association, 2 South Ninth btreet, 'liiladelphia, Pa. lly order ot thu Directors. EZRA 1. H ART WE LI, JW. Gso, Kairoiiii d, Serretar. December 17. U!l.S2y. - OCUIilST, AUK1ST AND GENERAL SURGEON. Over t rots' Jtvdry Utore, ii Sunmt Strut, ioiedo I IC O V . II 1 D I', it 11 Al'I'i Formerlv resident Pliysieian at lllliis' Hospital. Philadelphia, and for many years Principal ot Danville Ke and t..ir Inbriuary, 1'rorossor ol Anatomy, and Lecturer upon Physiology, has taken an uttiee Toledo, and will operate ou all surgical diseases. and he j, leave to Inform tho public. Unit all diseases oi tne t. e anu r.ar. iwim lew v.vvuiun-; si ciiLiuiii aud will operate on Cataract, Cross Eyes, Jrtirielal Pupil, Opacities of tho Cornea, Inverted Eye Sru Eyes, and all diseases of the oran. Deafuusa, diliiculiv of hcaiiiis:. (even when the drum iaeutirely gone, will insert au artiticial, uuiwuriug uesrly all purposes of the natural.) lie will also operate Club beet. Tumors, Cancers, Morbid tirowtlia, I'erorm ilies from burns, Contracted Limbs perform the ope ration lor Artiticial lioso, by lu-aling on a new on. And lusert Artiticial Eyes. giving .ham all the motion and axpreasiou of the iutur.il, dctylng Uetectlou are inserted without removing the old one, or duoiun naiii. I he superior ajvautages lie naa naj in r.urope this vouutry in perfecting himself iu all that is ami vi'luablo in surgery warrants him in sayiug. everything within the bounds ot the profession may expected ot him. TO THE BALD l Vou can have your hoir restored, uo matter bald vou are. One weeks' lime in most ca.es sumcleuttu produce a hair from tvery fo iclo that a hair before. Come ii. i I will satisfy such is the esse. Cray hair can be restored to natural color without ding. T-Will be every Friday at the Eagle llotsll Maumee City. Pernsbui g. Pec. S, 1S5T. Vau.u run n iLTI '.UIE farmkuwu as the li itties lanu.iu Washington ..L lowi-aliip. SO acres. 30 acres wvli iinpreved. house aud barn, a valuable orchard, well. Jae.. 4c, bvsold vrv low for vash. or oo time if seeured; also eonueuliou Herewith 60 acres ut fk.-ho.il laud lying rol distant, all excellent qualiiv of laud, couv.uieutte mills. sohu.ds 3c. 8. JEFr EltaON. Aireot Nof.t.HST. For Jwha RutlW. fUl:)14 T"Lri. HICK, il li ARt. n4 T l.t1lA,:i lhls'l OlXLTtlW kU a in as or dl for by the ths to hich Fret No the iu Lids, the ou tliey pro anu uew that be how being pro duced you i.s good will in at) MCti Ileal Estate Asrcncy, V, Ai I. K. 1IOLI.EMIKCK, REAL ESTATE Agentt. offer for Bale at fair prices,1 and upon reasonable terms, the following lands: Iu rerrysbnrg Township. U. S. B., town 4, section S, west 4 150 ..40 3 N.E.J less 60 aeres 110-430 Very dssirable land It miles from Perrysburg. O, 8 It., town 4,seetlon l,HNKf 60 .1 .. - 17 gW 160 N.srP.rysburg, well timbered and good land. O. a. K. town 4. section 31, HE, 160 In Center Township. Range 11, Town 6, Hev. 8. east halt 310 One and a hair miles nortn-east or uowiisg ureen 11. I. 3, 8 W HlO " IT n w qr .1 n t qf 21 n hf noqrehfseqr " " 32 w bf s w qr n e qr s w qr m , n w qr ISO 1(30 1U0 60 40 160 In Freetlom Towashtp 13, 6, SO, N EN W, Half mile from New Rochester. 12, 6, 0, u hf s w qr St e qr 40 411 In Washington Township. Range 9, town U. bao, So tl N K 60 61 80 Uangs 0, town 5, ssetion 2, N. pt. N. W. 1-4 " V " 3S rc.pt, 01 vy 1 rr iseo, '' ' 83S.tt.of8. W.frli 80-111 A ohoioe tract of land, half milo above Otsego, and Containing about 70 acres of Prairie. In Henry Townships Rsngs 10, town 3, ssetion 8, whole 840 160 O20 320 20 480 section 10 w' l and V S MB li W i " 15 E n 17 WJ43F. Timber land, liauge la, town t, Eeo. 24, 8. S. W. 2i, W. N. W. i E. 8 W. 80 80 80 In riaiii Township. uangs 10, town o, aeo. lo, east i 320 640 10 6 ' 21 the whole 10 - 6 ' 31 8. W. k S. i N. V, k 240 100 10 S 31 from west side N. E. part prairie and part 10 " 4 " 318. W.i of S.E 1 OOulaild. 40 all Improved frame house, 10 , 8 S3 N. N. N. W.N.W.N. E. 20 ally prairie, but sufflcisut timber fo fencing 1'rlnciu and fuel. 10. S. 19, N 8 W fr. 184 40 ' 8 E NW Above conldorably improved. In Jackson Township. Range 9, town 3. bee. lo, east i 320 y ii wuoiB i) "3 " 26 north-west t - " 3 " 27 uorth-east t "3 ' 35 wost i V "8 " 30 uorth-wsst I a 3 2S W .. . .. s 1 s a 640 160 160 320 180 160 80 Hangs 9, Town 3. Ssc. 18. N. W. a N W 8 T 200 80 to In Liberty Towusuip. Range 10, town 4,eu. 7, N. t ot N. K. 4 a . VI I ..." W VI- 1 M 10 Q o. I VI 11, s In Liberty township timbered. tv ir 1 01 a 94 About 80 acres prairie go with ubove -In Liberty, r. 10 4, " lu 8 W N Vf 40 In Milton Township. Range 9, town 4 sec. TJ, N 4 S K t 80 with lu Allltou touusuip, cnoiceiy timuereu, auu small improvement. 4 " 24, N. E.4 A tract of good land. leo Range y, towu 4, sac. 8, N. half S. W. V, " , " !). a. 4. ' 1, N E N W 200 120 Uangs , towu 1, Sec, 10, 8 E a 8 E N E tauire l. town 4. See. TJ, ts a v a o o r., liauge U, town 4, section s w s e ill" 120 IN LAKE TOWNSHIP Range 12, towu 7. soo. 17 S W quarter 160 Choice lands, well drained, in settled neighborhood. Range 12, towu 7, sec 30, b. E. quarter. 100 ill be sold very cheap. Range 12, town 7, seo. 31, EN E 80 13, 7, " 20, . a -iu IN TROi" TOWNSHIP 1C0 Range 12, town ti. seo. 1, W part 8 half -220 , 160 11 ' 0, ,,! 13, " 6, " U3 8 N E Road Tract No. 36, Range 12, Town e, Sec. 7 90-330 Entire fractional s hf s e qr s hi s w qr s hf s e qr n e qr s w qr 11 hf e w qr 11 e qr s hf s w qr n hf n w qi nhf s w qr 11 IS l'J 20 St 29 g 100 io 3 32 3U7 100 IN PORTAGE TOWNSHIP Range 11, town 4, seo. 25, W. halt N. W. 11, 4, 517, N E 8 B ati, a r; v 1. N E N E Lot number 22 in Portage, IN MONTGOMERY: TOWNSHIP. Range 12, town 4. Seution 27, s. half 8. E. IU MIDDLE TON TOWNSHIP. Range 10, town 0. Section 30, W. half N. W. qr. A choice farm 20 acres improved. IN WKUSTER TOWN6HI P. Range 11. town tt, section 22, 8 lu Hang. 11, town a.aoc. is, n w n e s hf e hf e hf n w qr n w qr n w qr 11 35 BLOOM TOWNSU1P. 3, 28, NSW 11. In t'ultou County. Kanira 7. town (i. sectiou 1. south-east 4 140 7 "U - liE. 4 8. W.4 80-240 - ! a 3 10 N E t ltO 11 E 4 8 W VO-240 Iu r'ultou oounty--good lauds. In Lucas Couuty. Range 10, town 7, section 50, iraeiioual S, 9G-S6. Iu Springtie'd, twp. part, pnirie. In lleury Couuty. Rango 8. town 3, sec. 2S. whole C40 . 4 1 N 4 of 3 W 80 Iu Usury county, near R R In Putnam, Couuty. Range 8. town 2, sec. 17 o 1 N E uour Lslpsio 10 8 W 4 A 8 4 N W Perrysburg, November 6 1S57--20U TREMENDOUS EXCITEMENT, NEW OOODai! rpiIK Subscribers have ujw tueir complete Stock L of Fall aud Winter Goods, which they offer their frieuds and customers at grsatly reduced prices, ihetr stock consita ot Dry Good. ll.tr J ware, Crockery, Boot and Shoes, Clothing, Hats and wpa, Iron, Nails, Glass, Ao., Ac, In short every thiug that can be found in a country store. The above goods will be sold as low as anywhere west ol New Yo k, for Ready Pay. lu these days Mouey Panics, we advine everybody, to bring ou Cash, w hile it la goou. ana ouy cueap. Giatel'ul for Usui favors, we hone to merit acontiuu auce of the liberal patronage hemic fore bestowed US. ' t. It. MILLtU a iu, October 29, 1H47 2Stf Fresh Arrival. flMU; suos.-rioer is now opouiug the largest L aud lineal stock of goods ever brougut this market, boi ot during the pauio at uuan ,o price, aiuoug wuicu will we louiiu WATCUKS & CL0CKS, Of all kinds at vour own price. JEWELRY, The largest stock ever otlVred uere, at half our former prices. SI I. V Lit PLATED OOD. Pnooiu. F.irus. Castors, Cake ttaeketa, Ao. Watch ss. Clocks aud Jewelry rt paired at tho shortest toe. w. r. uitiwoiw. 117 ASHING PON IINIOM liurwnce Coin- V tistuyt capital iua.out). D. U. Doauass. Pre. t. Gso. .Mvusrr, Trees tnnveiaud Mutual I stsatattca CosBivanvi Cairnal iioO.ovKI. Uitkstakeu oo reasonable taraasia th.aboi e r.spousibl. vomp.ui.s, by U. U DouHa. Ag.at for Wo.deuaiy ib. . Sb Waits Zine Paiat. for sal. PfCIt HAMILTON. C I 80 80 40 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 40 40 10 80 80. 160 40 320 320 80 40 80 80 240 te ol your ou to lulu- uo by TUB GRSATEAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. MR, KENNEDY, of Koxbary, has discovered ia ons of our common pasture weeds a remedy that EVERY KIND OF HUMOR, from The worst So.ofula down to a common Pimple. He has tried It in over eleven hundred cases, and nsver failed except In two eases, (both thunder humor.) He has now InTiis possession ovsr one hundred certifi cates of its value, all within twenty miles ot Boston. two Dotties are warranted to oure a nursing sore mouth. One to three bottles rill cure the worst kind of Pim ples on the face. Two 01 three bottles will nlearthe svstem nf hit.' Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker in the mouth or stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to core the worst kind of Ervsloelas. One lo two bottles are warranted to curs all humor in the Eyes. Two bottles are warranted to onre running of the ears and blotches among the hair. Poor to Klx bottles are warranted to cure corrupt sun running uicers. One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin. Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the worst kind of ringworm. Two or three bottles are warranted to enre thmost uv.ifqidw ijiao ui ruuuiiiniiant. Three to four bottles are warranted to cure Salt Rheum. Five to eight bottles will euro the worst case of scroiuia. A benefit Is always experienced from the first bottle and a perfect cure ia warranted when the above quaa ItoiarBT M, Dear iWbdisv The reputation of the Modical Dis corery, In curing all kind of humors, is so well eatab. Usher by the unanimous voice of all who have ever used it, that I need not say anything on the snbject.as the most skillful physicians and the mostcaroful Drug- gmis iu mo country nre unanimous in Its praise. In presenting the Medical Discorerv to vour nntlea. I do it with a full knowledge of iu eurativo power, in relieving all, and curing most of those diseases to which mil are unfortunately ao liable. Tht ting uiseaae to an anectlnnate mothor, NURSING SORR MOTTTIT Tm Atiri.lt ft. tl VlV It mtmnlff- Vmi.nwn Imnl... I. ...ln...l n 1. natural .wnntnAS and vnni tiaha fmin r.., . .i irctiui naps to cairn ana sweet slumbers; and ths Med- ioal Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your husband and honaehold. In the more advanced stares of CANKER it extends to the stomach, causing which Is nothing but canker on tho stomach; then to intestines ana KIDNEYS. creating a sicking, gone feeling, and an indifference even 10 tue cares 01 your iamiiy. iourstomacn ts - - 1. RAW AND INFLAMED. your food distresses you. and vou can onlvtaka certain niuus, aim even 01 mat your system does not get hull the nourishment it contains as the acrimonious fluid of the canker eats it up; then your complexion loses us oiooru anu uecotues sallow or. greenish, and your uesi, uuy is ginie. r or want oi nourisuiucnt your sys tem becomes loose and flabby, and the fibres of your body become relaxed. Then follow a tralu ol diaeases wuicu tuo .Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted UUKJS: Palpitation of the heart, paiu in the sido, Weakness tho spina aud small of tho back, pain of tho hip joint wuen you roure, irregularity ot tno bowols, and also, that most excruciating of diseasts, the ' 1'HES, How many thousands of poor women are suffcrina from this disease and pining away a miserable life, and their next door neighbor docs not know the cause. ' wish to impress ou your mind that good old proverb, An ounce ot prevention is better than a pound cure." Jn the A1EDICAL DISCOVERY you have both the preventative and the cure, with this great anil goou quality, that it will never.uuder any cir cumstances, do you any injury. .. No change of diet ever necessary -eat the best you can get and enough of it. dihegtioh rou trsa. Adults one table spoonful per day Children over ten years dessert spoonfulChil dren from live to eight yean, tea anooniul. As no di rections can be applicable to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on tho bowels twice a day. . lours truly, 1 ' DONALD KENNEDY. Price tl.00 per bottle. For sale by PFCK A HAM ILTON, Perrysburg: II. BURRITT. Maumee; and Druggists (Generally. October 21), 1857 25yl ' FURNlTUllE, CHAIRS, AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL rp HE Subscriber .Manufactures and keens onliand.at X his .Shop and Ware-room, onFroutstreet.onedoor west ot tjooi -'a I'owers, CAUIXET WARE & CHAIRS. of almostevery description, and of course at all prices. ah my worn is warranted. Work made to order, repairing attended to. U.lfDLISTAIUNG. Daring a good Hearse, and irood workmen. Iam ore paredto attend to this as it should be, WELL. TV It IN ISO. I am also in order to do all kindsof Turninc.at cauiurj ui ma uyuiauiio, Newels, Banisters, Ten Pins Chair Stuff, &o. " Broom-handles, Cabinet Work, &c. Orders by mail, or otherwise, promptly executod. WILLIAM CROOK, Jr. Perrysburg. May 9, 1D.17 a27sltf THE BUSINESS will be curried on by XV, It. TKUUSlfELI,. ' ' at the old stand. Thankful for past favors, and wishing a continuence of your patrouuge, I will keep constant ly on nana a suit assortment ot goods, such as is gener ally aept in a country more, wiuen i win sell L'UKAf UK BEADY PAY. Highest price always paid for Country Produce. W. R. TRUESDELL Bowling Green. July 30, 1857 12tf . , NOTICE. A LL persons indebted to the former firm of Trice ix. Jetlorson, are requested to call and settb with the uude:-signed, who is the successor of firm, and alone is authorized to collect and receipt lor said dues. lie will be found at his former offlee where he give his attention to the llniahiug up of all business entrusts, 'n their care, aud the settling or estates laud agen y, investigation of titles, paying of taxes, general collections. Ac, ic. fc. Jtrl- libU-N. iOV. 2 ith, 18 )7 jOtt. m:i,lio AT COST! riUltt SUliSCKIUERS are nowselliiiKorTtheirmam X moth stock of Goods at cost, embracing alarge stock of China Ware. A RARE CUAKCE TO MAKE BARGAINS Don't all call at om-e. HOUSTON & GOODWIN Cash for Raits. T willpayeathfor rairs delivered at my Book A iu rerrysburg, i willalsoturnishdealerswith wrap uiug paper at tna lowest wholesale figures. July 2t.mfl. jlOJIN COWKKS, S. L. BOUGHTDN, PKALEK IN DRV GOODS, tJltOCL'IUES, HARD WAllti, Vo. BOWLING GltEE.N, OHIO. HAVING removed to his New Store, and reoeive a large addition to his Stock, will be h.tppy to n. s "Id II leu Is aud customers, and as many new as may fiver hi.u with u call, pledgiuj himself uot be undersold in the County. N. U. The books of the old firm must be settled immediately. Juno lit. ISJ7 fitf MILLINKKY AMD DRESS MKI.NQ iUUS. A. S. WOOD, lias permanently located lu Perrysbure, and keep constantly ou hand an assortment l (ash'.ouabl millinery. such as bouuets. Ribbons, Flowers, llurdnr Uraida.Capi-trimiuiiiga.aiC., &e., suited to the of her customers. She is also prepared to renovate straw bonnsts, gentlemen s Panama anu Leghorn Hats. Particular attention w ill be iriveu to dress inakin aixllnug experience warrauuiier in believing that will lie all. to please the must particular. May, 14th. Istfi tfViV lffl -AGE .V IS V .4 N TED. either Ladies 7,JULf ieiitlenien, in every town and couuty tne Cuite-t aiatea. to tn.'i'' in a genteel hmiueas which they via make) from $1,000 to (2.000 a year. r ir iwrlicuiars, aaureaa, envioint stamp, 8. A. DEWEY CO.. Jan. T.18SS SSmS Box 151. Philadelphia. Pa. For Sale. A lares ausntitv of land Id Wood eounwy, ember of town lota Sa Peirysbarg. Psrsous dssirlog m uurebase are reeoeeted to apply soea. gist s. rtsT-iw jaatrPMUiiBAr. to of 1 o by ana niv said will Store se one to will want or el or and 9-Ureatest Discovery of the A&.ldfnf IMPORTANT Tfl TOBACCO CUE W E ll ST t DR. OUSTAVC3 LINNARD'8 TA8TE RESTORATIVE TROCHKtC Tht Ortat Subttituti for Tviaceo. It Is a well known and Incontrovertabte tact thai1 tfcV Inordinate ose of Tobacco ia the promoting eaaae sC, e the most severe MENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISORDM5 ' V to which ths race of man Is subjsot, as carefal aaalySbt and long and painful expsrlsnse have clearly proven tnst contains csrtain narcotic properties most insia 1 loos in their effects, which, bv snterlnr into the blood' derange thefnnetlons and operations of the Heart, causing many to soppo. tb.y are troabhsd with ehronio afTection of that organ. . ',. TOBACCO affeots also the entire nervoos system, manifesting itself as all who bare ever nasd the noat- , eus weed will besr testimony in Lassitude, N.rvonsj Irritability, Water Brash, Dyspepsia, and many othei, disorders of a similar oharacter. THE TASTE RESTORATIVE TROCHES' Are designed to eount.raot these baneful influsnoee. and have proved eompletely successful in a multitude of cases, and wherever used. Being harmless in thsm selves they exert a beneflcal offset upon tho entire sys- 9 tern, restoring tne last, wnicn nasreoome vitiated by great indulgence, completely removing the irritation', and accompanying tickling aansation of the Throat " wliion are always consequent npon abstaining rrom tne nse of Tobacoo, and by giving a healthy tone tether, Stomach, invigorate the whole system. NO EXCUSE Need henoeforth ever be made by TOBACCO CHEW E RS that there exists no perfect substitute or relief Tor ' theii eravings and unpleasant feelings, whs a attempt ing to break off from tho use of Tobacco,as the tbocmJ , r.a or Lmengers are warranted to aerform all snob of--dees. They are put up in a convenient and port able style at 60 Cents per Box and can be had of' all respectable Druggists. A liberal discount to the' trade. .... Prepared solely by the undersigned to Whont ' all or ders should be addressed. , James K. Bow er, Druggist. Cor. 2r and Raceets., Philadelphia, March 25, 18SR 4nW CITY CLOTHING e ju p o it i u ur.. Wm ROBERTSON, Maumee City, Ohio, , , . . HAS just received a choice selection of Fall aasT Winter goods, consisting of French and English-' Cloths, Cassimeres, Overcoating, and Doeskins; Plaia and Fancy Silk. Satin, Velvet, and rich Plush Vesting; which he is prepared to make up to order, in the most fashionable style, and warrant to gire entire satisfaction or no sale. Also, Shirts, Under-Shirts, Drawers, Col lars, Gloves, Cravats, Scarfs, Ties, Suspenders, Half Hose, Fur and Buck Ganntlets.soft f ur and wool Hate plush aud cloth Caps. Also, READY - ; : '; MADE CLOTHING, which he ts constantly manufacturing andsellfmr at nr ces lower than is usually naid for F.a ,j-m . to sell," As his elothinu is manufintnrxl nn.'i.. ki. own supervision, he can recommend it as being: well store.one Ooor west of Allen & Nelson's brickbuild- " S.pt. 2O.180--4TajsMi lydraulic Furnace & Machine Shop of eo. w. buowiv no. t r . HAVING enlarged our stock pf Patterns, and Sat-, ployiiiKthebest of workmen, we are prepared te aae o oruer Castings for Saw and G rist Mills.' , orany part thereof.on short notice. We have the best t machinery, and feel confident in saving that we cam lakeasgood workasis madeinthe west. H'e keen n hand . r. p MULLEYS Sfc WATER WHEEL8 oiineiatesiimproTsments. we also manufactrra : ZIN WASIIBOAHDS. ; ong's Improved Plows, Nos.-J, 3 St 4; hiuh we offer at wholesale or retail. -. Mmfn. broad promptly tilled. Furnace, on Uydrai'K" anst IVUlB.lC.l, I1FI, KO.W. BROWN. L.U.BUNT. i.lu,,'. TO TUB PIRI IC. ! Notwithstanding the reports to the enntrsrv -m would say to our friends aud patrons that th Parrs s-. ...- u.njt, ii mn nours, and arc doing as iroodw r k(if not better. than im Mill I. the country. Furthermore, we would say, that it is eur intention to depend unon Custom Work m.i.,i- to make it the Mill for the people, Flour and feed of all kinds on band and for sale, and any orders left as, our Store, will receive prompt attention, and will bo deliveredr. of charge. uee. i. iBo auu ; y. K. MILLER A CO. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS Ml - Fresh arrivabj weekly at " v . . ... ij v u - o n u u a .v f l rr w sign of the Boole, consisting of School Bobks of alt kinds, also Latin, Greek, French, German, and thsx higher mathematical works. He also has the standard Poets, Histories, Biographies, Travels, New and Poae lar Works, etc., etc., together with commentaries aaeY notes on the Scriptures: works on Theolosr. Annual.. Gift Books, for all seasons and ages, alarge assortment oi liunuay uuis, ana roy Hooks with, bsautlfwl pictures for the children. Of Stationery, he has the best the eastern market affords and in great variety. INKS Black, Blue, Red, Carmine, Arnold's eat Harrison's Fluid, Copying, Indellible, etc ., . GOLD PEAS-M-Hammath. ttnffrnMln cial, Ladies, Ac, at t . HOLT'aV For Sale. . . i ON the most reasonable terms, the senth-west eaar ter of the north half of section numlar . tow. a of range number 12, containing 80 acres: also that fractional part of section number 34, south-cast of tho river, in town , or range , containing 36 acres, li Wood couuty, Ohio. . , . . . ,: JAMES MURRAY., i bcptember 10, 1HS7 :8tf I5JLADE jiiijuitvr; ' This Establishment has been REFITTED AAD ENLARGED . : By the no . Proprietors, and ia now prepared te do ALL. KINDS OF BINDING! In as good style and as cheap as can be done olswbere . We wish to call the particular attention of County OH cers, Rankers. Railroad and Business Msn generally BLANK BOOK MANUFACTOEY. MUSIC AND .. AGAZIfvES .. : Bound in ai:y style desired. BelievitiK there is sufficient work to auatain hVK In4 class BINDERY iu Toledo, (if business men caabe la duced to get it done here,) we have spared no pains or expense iu procuring either material or workmen, e4l wouiu respeetiuiiv asK our citisens to patronise . . "HOME INSTITUTIONS" in preference to sending abroad, and in return we pleat.. 1..-.l. ...I I. ii- i.e iuvui guu.i wu ouu low prices. PbLTON, STEWART T & WAGGOKKK, Nov. 26, 13&7 2Utf BANKING NOTICE. The Paaavesuao Bsbsc! is now open and prepared to disconnt short beat. ness paper, buy and sell 1, old, Slher, and Eastern la-, change, and transact other business ia their 11 Interest paid on time depositee, . J. a. Bua iUH, uashier. TT'IRE !i WATER-PROOF PAINT A faistrat A tide Just received aud forsale by PECK. & HAMILTON Steel Teeth Cultivators, Cauldrons t ' 3, 5 and 8 pail Kettlea.AVngon Boxes.Sleigh Shoes. Ae.l w Boots suiil .Shoes. We are prepared to make to order. Boots and Shoes., and will nl o keep them constantly on hand. Give na. a call. HOUSTON & GODWIN. September 8, 1857--17tf WANTED ! WANTED ! ! PORK, WHEAT, CORN, OATS. AC. The undersigned wants to purchase a large quantity of Pork, aud all Linda of merchantable Graiu. for whleb ths higUest market price IN CASH will be paid. JAMES J. 8M1TH. I iii proved Fa rut for Sale. rpilE Siib.cnlier will sell a good improved farm, sit JL uuted one ai.d a half miles above Perrysburg, oo lite Giluad road. There are 156 acres, with 116 acres improved; a good orchard, and good buildings will, be aold a a bargain, for cash. ' A4UEB COOK. Perrysburg. July 30. 1HA7 12tf ' Improved Farm for Sale, rpil E din. scribe I has a good improved farsn for sale X. situated three miles from Perrysburg, oe trsa Wee tern Resrve and Maumee road. There ere aeveaty acres under good eulti vatlon. an orchard of two howdres fruit trees, with good buildings, eider mill, Ae. Torses reasouabb , will, but a small portion down. JulySd.13.i7 litf ASUER COOK. Ilea Cedar Posts! The under-lifned bate quantity of Cedar Poets, which ho will aell at fair ratee, be tho eortl or single poet JAMSSHOOiV , Perrysberg. Aogest SO, H57 ISmJ CASH 8TOIIEI r. . 'sr THESuhsrribertepew selling his goods fvreeao oc. iuequivalent. He has a large efoeh aodie oator aautadtodiapeeeeftkeaiatasniell proaH. CoJloo4 ef O. POW AJtw.