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14. . IIIJUIN. I'dltni. ti:j.iih Oe Dirty ene rear, I ti I fitir" f. 1 .0 Allt ihictlpllonanot ;ild w il hini nvnitlin .3 no P1WUYSUK(.;"' "" TlltJHfDAY, JUMJ K), Ihv Fifth Congressional District Nominating Convention. The Mepnbllrnnsnf tlm 1 Kill ('"'urrn-iim W..t,,t, f-nmpov.nl of (lie counties of Doll un e, I1 nil' n, II hp rock, llsnry. Lucas. I u ul ding. 1'nlnmi, nn Wert, Wil liam ami Wood are rcpu sled in semi t . 1 . v-i ' I" llepilhltcnil Congrmsional 'nn vr mioii, 1 v np tiotnlf 1 to tnwt at I'I'II A M K, on Tlll'lts'ltA V. Jl'I.Y TWHNTV-HKCoMi, nt eleven o'clock, A. M. forthe purpos" nf selecting a oimrhlati' In In- sup ported by tlio ltcpiil llenn slid lieb pi n tl ti t. voters ol the District nl the cii'iiiini tlclol t r i lei tlm. The 1x Isof rrpront itiiti ik;i i i i npuii is il t ppafe for freer lifl.t voles r' (;. rim nl l'i election In H.'n.nn I one nlli i"ii il il 1 t for on ry fraction nf twenty-til votes and over, o I as iilovr j whlcli ratio will emit l tli ' vera I counties in the Dis trict to tlio following inunhci of I'ol.-.M ies i Penance Cn in Del. Paul lln;; ( A " Fulton " SO Pnfu mi ' It " Hancock " If.! " mi Va eri" 1 ' " Henry " 1 1 " Williams" I I " Lucas " :r.i " Woo i " Tho SIhvo Power, linvimr. under lln name of He mnci any, secured Mory ile. it : in.'iit. of tin National iiortrnno-nl, h) tin most .'nni i i un1 In lln peo ple, of their uYvnilm In Five, tool, fin'" I! igM-.. m 1 Vnpiilnr ovcrclpnty, openly abandoned the l ulriii" ol their platform, violated llioir plcilprs til the pmiplo, mid ly fillirlul proscription by i!io Ailmn l.-,ir.iiion ol all In their own t iiiiI.h who would not submit to its die lutos ; nml by tho in -l slinni ! si eoiriiption o t!i ltpremiitntivf of th people, hive 'ioi i clod In I'm. elna the r, ill of ft priv. Urged class upon too whole nut ion. Willi Wtrv furln Pofmn tin pmiptn, nil ' tin! rrilniji ty Unit u IiiiikI no H IIiIk l'i inil'liilili mil i Kopiililirnn iirniitr.iilioii, Hiippmli'il In rvi ry tliitiirl niiil cniiiily In llir pulroniiKi olllm A iiiiiiiilxirnl inn, nilli it inin.v or oilier linliliMri, iiiioii lln ili-fopllvn niol IVnniliili'iit Umirn wliirli lny tin vii piPKi'iiioil In ilm oliiipo of n prrlrmli'il rninpi'oiiihi, wo il il It In p"i l.uit t'l il rm I v nml iiniloil iii lion Miiul'l Im lnol, li.v nil oppio.ni tn tin) l.fcninpton Inl'i illy, in t'li i-liMp.' of tin i;ii Imh l.nnil Undo, or tn niiy n I loin I tn l'on'in Sluvo t'oiiKtitiilion upon tlio pi'iiplo ol K iiihi i, nml li.ivr tlirelor iinitril in I'lillin an rm ly cons rm U n. po Unit m pin IIiiiii limv lio (i n for ilnn'ii-sinn, nml fnrmiiii.' a corrrrt iiil::nii'nl upon iill tliu Pi -m l iiUril lis tin Ailnilnitrntlon pnrly nl Wiivlilni? Inn, nml lliilnto l' ;t ifliltnra of tliin Slnii' Imii nliii ll lint Lrroinptnii lemlrrn nro ntti'inptinff Irulliily tn inli'i pnlati inin lln orrl'of tli pnrt y, nml tlnm, Mcp i y Hti p, im tliry Ii ivi b'cun tloinit lor vi.'iim, I'oinnill. ilnir oiumiii'.uiioii In thn'tilnt'S etwiir with tlm pi iiirlplm ol ti tiu Pniimi ra,".v. In vlrw of tin nlnitnln;? utiliUs wli'oli lime In rn tiimU' linvmiN nntrnl 1 npn i-ni In tin llro'niinn pmlv ill tlm Nnlioli nml Mute, Hio i niniii tt' i niv" lip fn tllO I'lilllllH of 1 KVt'iUlU lllO llfUf.ii) til plolupi mil niilliil ni'tion. 1. TAYI.OIt, llrdiiliro, ,t, ('IIO I-UV, ln uMi n T, K. I-. UA YM'.S. Hilton, ('. M . II' UH' i:i V, I'nt n.itii, J. WIIKKI.KU. Iliiliioi l,, ,1. ).t I. AUK, VnnWi il, JOHN I'OWKl.I,, Ili ni'V. l'i. S. III.AKI'SI.Ki:, WiITh B. 1(, lilCKM, l.iu ii, II, A. lili.Jlil.N I, Wdu.I. How Feel in Kansas—More Bribery. We lmve Ihtd l'crinitioil to intili t tlio fu!l v ingrx tract from o private litlcr, wtiilni by lln v. John Kuton, (if Crosco, AiuVisoii ciniiity, Knn mis Ti tntiiry, itmlor itnlw of M.iy '.Hit, IbW, uinl dilrcssi'ii to u nlalivo in ilii.- I'oiinly. II. tni dutibtt'dly oivos a corrcrt in. lex nf tlm fu'lins of the Frm Stulo iin'ii, tnnl nl.si) i!isi lo.-f.i lln fuel that tlio AiliiiiiiisUatinii it inuKiti n.-i: ol every possible means to Bertiro tin; adopt ion ol tho J'complon swiinllu. Wit don't bolinvo it can roiso enough clnlit; over llicir hrads to coerce thcin into Us Mippoit, but we inoy be mistaken; "I will just sny niiiiin to yon lint Kansas is the bent country in the UniU'il Sinks, tlmt in, it is tho bent in tlm state nl' nntiin. 1'. iliap.x it i not ua l U'dbttut now asold mid itnpioeed euiiu tlit'8, but now is thu lime to 1 1 1 o to Kansas tn it the lirht limine, epeeiully if thu I nid cumi'i irtto inorKct in July, n.s in now until ipated. 15 ut it is muKing han! times lor us that tire til rsudy here. Claims run be lueinlit wry tluri he to now. 1 doji't luiow of u hail' do.'ii iti'i) in tlii'BO parts that mo remly to pre-, iiipl tlieii claitni. Unt tlio last news we have from Wn.-h inton in, tltut if we. will in lit the Leconifilon Conntilution the land sales will bj put oil' loi while mid rivo us a chance to p,i t our l.unls. also tliey w ill g'tui thu State of lans.is live mil lions of ucros of land to boot. I'nt that won't buy vn, not only our lamhi but our lira will be dticfilictd before wo will lake the Li cninpton swindle. Wo ate not to be trilbvl v-itli in that liinil of a wbj. nnd Congress tin. I the tu'niinis trillion w ill lind it out, too, before many months. They will leu in thut the people of Kansas mo not to be bought up like their im'.'tt'.'iis. Our fiiineitiles ure not in the maiUel, uud eon.-eipii ii) y will not heboid for laud or monoy. Wei.re very well owntt tlmt the administration intend. to oppiess us wiih ull the power that it Inns. Itcun greatly damage its, but il cun'l bujut,Hor drivt us. Another Texas Revolution. (leu. Houston, huvinj; beeoine somewhat odious t6 his prtrty in Texas, rind seeing no eliaueo for it re-election to the U. S. Sennit, .sonuuimo sinee iv eolvod to try hh fortune in tlio new territory ol' Arizona, lletently, however, he has been makin:: nil effort to secure the passage of a bill by Ln giess authorizing tho appointment of a l'rotecio ruto over Mexico. 1 ailing in tlii., ho ii now making nrraiiemeuts to collect a small army ol' filibusters, inarch into M.xieo, nul deelaro for Imlependeuee. tlnuud no tmeeee.l, llic olil leNas tnitno will be re-enacted, nnd I ho Slave Tower wilt roito tho cry for its udmiaduii to venire tin Equilibrium of States" nn riptal portion pf Kijbt and Wrotiij. l'lie ud:uiuisliaiioti U evident ly lending aid and comfort to III. It im (if S in Ja ctnio in mis Kijrau.io euiemii-o un i uaoief.i:e robbery. "TnK Issin in OeroiKtt." lTit It tn!;i bead Fvirney gives "National lLi-nuraey '' a lu'.y cudgeling, lie says that if the Adiiiiiu-tration puriizuus would uet like ratioti:.l beiiijs " they would, of course, willidraw their dead Leeomptoii from tha Rehl, a iv.kin carrion ns It i;, that smells t6 heaven." Hut wlli they do it;' Who ever h ani of the Slave D.'inoct.iey doing u irliuiu.i vk".l?- Forney continues: So let it bo. lV'iiwv Ivani.t is to !. m; 1a tin1 buttle-jfronud in OetutuT. S'.e inn the li.ittl.' mound in lblill. The iIimm is the .-n::ie- -tli uclorMho tiuiue. and the prineiple th. Mime, will. Iho dillerente that tlin.-o iva.i were elee'.e.l too! fke upon the prineipl now siaiiil f.rth full nun. Hiraiusi it. Tlie.-e laiter have inativ o ne t inthi encus on their side. A tna.-.s of patruia ;e h - l l on; to n mass l r.vpeelants ; a iio t ot d-!eu lanl whoiO bread is miI'u only as they dolend the wron ;: a Senate ready to r. jeet or ra'ily, iw l).iioei.n. are fair or lidse. 15 il wo have .reat faith i.i ihv rsult. Tin people tnv nron-ed. Tlio pttli.'i,-iii'.n. is filled with lij.hl; the publie heart wi:h Indi ri' i tton. If there was a rupture in l!i. m i e oi UvYl in honestly tsujiportiu; an hene.-t ei.'id, what hi! it be iu lt5S, whin lh.it tamo civ. ' I, lias, ,U terled, iuip'oivi f ir rescue uud I'r i li.i.np'.oii il.ij'. A J'Ounj; lady in (jiuciuuiri. Miss Fanny Hull lias received ilunu i, s i.f t:;5.ri. ), vuiii-, one V.n, dergriir and oil, er pnri'.is, fur faiso imj rismitiieui. Sho was cotilined for .-ix mmitlis in the I.tmatie Asylum, through tin ins-tntnietiti.liiy nf lite n.'i'i cers of thechureh to which she b: Inured, hut w,i proved to lie sin e, nnd then was C.tn !un ;r"d. 'l'n kuit was then Hud tliivo Liiks. '1 l.e I,r-l inr f'nve lier a ver.V.it it t-l'l U.l ). Anew tii.d'wi iud, and ihe j uy I n" I U uvee. l'i. -.hird lin.e, khe was ujal.i sa-.v.N,..;!, nu l t!ii. ci,.i.. the ca-o. The Revolution in New Orleans. A n viilntiml brnke out ill Now Oih niis I 'St w ei k, vi l.ii II ll.r. itrn ; u rep l. t,io;i nf iho Call foriii.t Viihinci () mtiriii!fn srem.!,, tin tho i ron l day nfter t'oi oruiiz itlon of tli tnnl), or Vtj il nicu U iinmittu, the Mnyor of the (lily, Mr. Wdtonnun, took iCfu;',i ht tlio head rinirri of tlm revoltitionh-ls, who liflriicsiled the Ktierls nnd wrro nrinnl in f udieirnt numbers to render rm titlark nl' the fit y forces rxtremely hi zardnii'. nnd il wits t!i.reforo postponrd, The riiy iiiiihoriiiii.s, tlm Miyor rxcpto.d, mnde active prrptiattoim fur didencr, nnd holll pnrtie have been prejni red fur on outbreak for several liny past. Several uirestn hovo been made by lln Vignlnnm; Couimittf, but. Wo linve hear I of no exiieiitiniis. 0,i M inday, Iho elec tion day, Ih M ly.ir re.si;ui'd bin ollioo, ari l tho A inerii aii!) elected Mr. Still, l!n Vi;;il.int:e C nn tnitlee men not v jii.i;;. Dniii;' tliediy, n cun non wns acrid. '.nlrilly dir.ch.tri'id, which killed four p irsniM and wnun led twelve. Tin r.'vol nioni-ti wvro tit CnH willio.it nny B 'l'iiient oi(;ini.(iithin, b.tt thny now r coj',ii v, iiu'i. l M. Iviiii ;dy, a weukhy cmmiii shut meichint, us Miyor, nnd nr.i hilly nr.juii! ,d throiihniil. It i their purpo-.i to Ink. tho city eivrrniui nt int. their own hands mi l pur,;; il of tin; nnoriitous corruptions that hivo ch.iruc t 'tized il for koiii'J limj .nl. It, is claimed that 1 1 n t city has been ruled for Bnirm lime, by thieve?, rohherti, uud murderers, and that o tev olution is the only remedy fur lln people. We export lo hoar uf suni i derierite li,;hlin;; h 'fdii the r 'stnr.ilioii of ipiiot in the Southern Ihnjio-rium. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT.--The Chicago Press thus slrueliou nn family, suve one, by a runout freshet nt Iloscoe Ills : "About dawn yenli rilny inoriiin. (Friday, June fnli), u fie.-het enniu lushing wiih jjrenl. vio lence down a rnvinn, lhroit;;h whieh, iu ordinary snisons, Hows an iusi;,iiilicunt bionk, a tiibuu ry lo the I'm k Itivi r, I'pon the h.iuk aloud n two story fin mo dwell in;; iieriipinil by u muoli rsteemeil clergyman, Uev. Horatio I Isb y. I"ii m vnniu rnusi, eithei by tlio undermiuiiin of Ihe lunik or tlio dwelling It. in;r rein lied by the Hilary llmid, it wus overturned mid curried n ay. Its iniuilles, the clertynnin, his wile nnd "their ri;;ht children le in their beds when they wore swept into the piin;; torrent. The father hlone inaniionil, 'liuosl miriiiriiliiusly, to rll'ecl his escape tnnl reached Ihe bank n urly xliatisteil, the mother and her children were seen no inorenlive. The ei',ht, chil ren were ol vniious ii;res, ran ting from infiiney tosinenleen years of ugo, .?Cr-Tlie Missoui i Democrat commences a lonn, nml able editoiial thus : The slave system in vii tit illy dead iu Mis-oui i. 1) iny Ion f.i tened upon its vitals, mi l theblif lenin;', liinhs betoken speedy ilisMolui ion. An in tin 1 1 til rU'iueul has iutnt led itself upon socivty and our polities are shiip'm;; theniselves lo the reiHiirenicntsof Ihe people. Thniiht I ib.iru lilted, labor incited lo economic development .Jinassive movent, tils of population ti I'm;; hither, have combined lo determine the matter in advance of ley. latino, u.id iu ih ItJiici! of conservatism. ... . i . 9 - Fat.m, Ari'itAV iv Kans isj.lrfr. Lotus, June 7. A dispatch from Leavenvoith, dated Olh, siysnu iiH'ray lielweeu Lauo nnd Jenkins hud oecinied. They both livuounehiim which wus con tested. Tho former enclosed aw acre of land, on w hich was a well used by both parlies in common. Lnne recently locked tlm well, fenced up the eut'tinee, uud forbade Jenkins ac cess to it. Jenkins declared lie would luivo wn t 'rat ull hazards. Lauo threatened to uhoot him if he made n forcible entry upon tho premises. Un Thursday iil'ti-rnoon, Jenkins, nccoinpanied by lour liienils, well nrmeil, rut lln fence down on I proceeded towards the well. Lnne warned tllem not to uilvanro or ho would shoot. Jli ii'j'.iiriliiiy his threat, Jeuk'ns and his party ad vanced, when I.unn tired, Ittilin; Jenkins in stantly, (le.e of Jeiikiu's nicu then shot Lane iu the lei':, inflictlnjr u wound which conliues him to his bed, Lnnn has been arrested, nnd was to undergo tin ex i in i in t inn to-d.iy. Much excileinent e. islod. Jenkins was held iu hiehestitnutioii, uud his death Ls deeply deplored. We understand ihat a Violence Cotnmit t.o has been oii;auiid in Allegan county, Michi;;an. A store hail b'eu robbed til Olse;;o and I'ther criine.i committed and suspicious fastetiiiif upon a man named Oit he was cnundit, n rofie put around his neck, and death in live minutes was his seuteuc ', unless ho would eon less, lie did confess, exposing the existence nl a baud uf robbers bound iotv'lher by an oath. llolih'iy uud minder, if necessary, were their business, and prominent citiz-ns were named who were to be the victims-. This baud of rob bers were in ikin;; a lhorou;;h oraniz itiou thro' theSliuo and it is suppos"d to b. a purl of the bind of outlaws w hich have infested Indiana. To Iho credit of this committee it should Iv stated Hint after ninkin;; unels uf vaiions per sons connected with Ihe unij; they See ihctn do liveted into the bunds of the sheriff to U placed secutely in piison to await trial, end a i itizu's patrol was esinlilwUed in Alloxan to prevent es cape. C'.Vec'.t'ii I lira hi. Tut? I'ltiNim'N r's S.n..!iv.-Tlio supporters of the a, liuisiratiuii at Wiishimitim, not content with volin;; iho adininistr it'ou thirttj-fwe mil :'iins of dollars over and above tho revenues ol tlio j,overiiment, huvo recently p-isvd n hill Ihiviu'h Co!i",r' S--, viituillv iuerensiii'' President H.uhaniin's S I'nry to lilivix Ihoits.ud dollars per nnnnin. Th'v weie afiaid to mnkn the in- civtise diiect, and thev theiel'ofo voted it in the shape of' incidentals.' such as wine?, furuiliir,, provisions, Twenty live thousand dnllur.- w as Siilury cnoue,Ii lor thu cailier presidents but .1 1 in tn v liileliatinu hlm'.so nutcll superior to any of his piedeoos-ors, his mihiry must bo doubled. Is this lie kind of economy tha demoeincv promised us in th. campai iu ot l)u !--lUuton A'- lii-.'.Viui. llit'i-it. oi r.i.: Ft iiix.i I'iU'stiks. The Al bany I'.iiiiiii;: J. iriiiil notices the fact that the nieiu'. eis ol C'on ;r. .-s w ho oppose tho bounty for rate'. iir; coilu-h, insist nn our pay in; boiiu'v lor e tti'hiii'4 m n. A luiiUeo skippei onlv ). :i -i. uee lor liookiu:' a co.l, while S.iot'.u i.i t'"inmi-ioiier jv'ls .; for haitlim; up ue;to. If h.nio.tu'i u:o lo be abolished, let ull be solved e'uk. Pol t.ttt Ci'ititcxcv. Tim H m nfniH nro fast becieuii Aoierie iiii:t.'d. Wo learn tv tlm To met, i I.,a.!r that fSJ.Ul.lVV.) w,irih nf new coins. s'ruek cpres-lv for t'auadian use, nro shorllv ex p.-ele l iVom 1'. i '.'and. Tliey wiil be i.i ihe fnl- lon i:i;i pfopoi'iioii: --t-.l.t'dv) in tweotv ci'tn p.ee,s; ii-ii.l IUV; in ten cent pieces; ii,l 0 ).l iu livr ce'it p':ee".-; and t-; 5,1. Odd woi'tli of eoins in bi'oned eetils, (l;,e-!'.e.'l of the coins will bo a ail.i'a',0 in caeli jOi lKia of i'u rrovetie.. - - A rri mi I'm -t.'.i. There is a r.re.it d. e'irt'on on ihe p ut of the p.opl i I in.iny part- ot th west, iii com nt ry, in reird tn chined ,-! ti -.;. M-ct i on of tho country is one ol thai riiit nc'.cr. N 'iv to s iy no hio uli.n.l it teliioiisly itnetiitlly looksbid 111 n.iilv. To SOU mill's ler hnldin.; lotili without h'.irers : Sinn ol l 1 1 1 l.lo-l popuhliH vi!!.';;;'S Ulld tOWllssllOW ti iii atteiitiini lo ill better inteies of m.ill'i nituio. What moio t!i u iiuy'hiiii; i Ise is ih. very biilwaik nl No.v F.n.;! hi I l lineuieut, iu'.el lit;- nee in, I solid w oi'.ti i.- to ir uuui 'rler well ijll.'d School l.oti-eS Ull I C Ui e'leS. W(l it luj II tifh'S nil I lirilt'tn Hi) N Hnljlll will Ca'tj- the west lo b-.i.l o;,d blot .mi at the rose.'" A Letter from Gossip. BUFFALO, N. Y., June 4th, 1858. : uni - t ily, lor l'liflalo I.i d " rled. llusiness hero is dull, vi ry dull, I might sny but nover mind what I might say. IViff.do is not tho town il Bsc I to be ten yours ego limn it was tht city on the lakes, full ofbtisllo nnd business, but, now don't mention it; why there is nothing doing here com paratively. The steamers' nro lying idle, the wharves tiro deserted, men wnlk about tho streets In their old clothes looking the picture of "out nl tho elbows." Thero nto runny reasons why the city Is going crah-wise just now. First of nil the 'Tiiiiio" iius gono hard with it, ns most of the business dona horo Is commission. There has been no (li'inand for lumber and fanners Iinvo held fast to their grain nnd produce of ull kinds, nnd this Juts knocked tho Hhipping on tho lakes into, well, J rant sny what into. Then thero Is the railroad cutting ofT a great deal of the western travel ulld Irude, un i tlu tjreat Western railroad crossing into Canada nt Niagara Falls. Mur.v who go to New York from tho West nnd North- West, go by the (Jreut, Western, leaving the New York Hctilrut at Rochester mi l passing into Oiuia- la at the Suspension bridge, (or tho sake of hav ing it to scy when they gel homo lhal they have been to iho Falls. Thoso two roads then must forever operato Injuriously to tho trade of this ace. To bo sure tho people hero nro conscious of this fact, nnd lieneo tho depreciation of proper ty, and the suspension of Iraflie iu r.eal estate, uud of every kind of enterprise conseipient upon a prospeimm nml thriving city. An urehitect who linn long resided here, nays tlmt there is literally no buildings "going up," (hat he formerly em. ployed t'n or eight men to nssist him in building, but now ho can altend to all 1 1 Ir business himself, and not devoto inoto than tws hour? to it out of the twenty-four. Railroads piny tho detico with some cities. Some places uro ruined by them, others mado. 1 doubt very much whether any cilu on the lakes, save Chiear-o. has been benefited by the railroads. Chicago is the slopping place , , , for all western travel, and is destined to be to tho West, what tho cily of Now York now is to the whole country. If II it flat o would recover from the blows thus given her by iho railroads sho must hecomo a manufacturing town, nothing else will snvo her. To bo suro thoro will nhvavs be more or less t rade carried on hero but the cream is taken off by these suit wtivs-nnd must cverboj . . . . . ,, , ,. so to a great degree, ihero is talk hero now ol bridging the Niagara at tins place, but. even tlmt will not restore thu trade and travel that is now passing through Catiadn, nose u.e my views o. ma mtuter, views nasuiy, Ol. I lorined perhaps, but I think m tho mam, correct, I was iu this city seveu or eight yenr3 age, and I think that then thero and business that thero is now. lint, f have, time, now only to tell you this much of Buffalo, a city GOSSIP. PERRYSBURG, June 7th, 1858. a a a Mtt. HniToti : I noticed in the Journal of last week a letter from Iv , who speaks largely of the skill nnd enterprise of merchants of various pla- ces, asserting that the prosperity or downfall of town is in tho hands of the merchant, ndvoca-. tlm principle of low prices and ready pay ; the truth or falsehood of which, is evident to most minds. Tlm unjttstness of unreasonable profits and their final pecuniary disadvantages,' and the ruinous b ndeiicy of the credit system,' are too well understood lo admit of p single dotit; and il is a wonder ihat so many will engage in them, especially tho latter. A strunger to this town would suppose,by K's remarks, that he wus acquainted here j and, tru- lv. In hmilil lln hofiira mi lit icli i no its oli i i-n -lnr . ,, .fl , . .. then, if be wus honest, he would come nearer iho , ,, . , , . truth than he now has done, provided he did not ........ ' . , . lick discrimination. But as I hunpen t j . ..... ,,,,,,, i r. , know a littlo of both loledo and Perrysburg, . . , . , , . have taken somo pams lo niaka observations on the trade of those places, and am prepared to' malic, iionuy uic asseruon, mat goons cunnor,' on an average, bo bought as cheap in that place as in (his; uni the only advantage there is in going there to trade, is tho greater variety to he found thero; though our merchants do not fail to furnish a respectu bio assortment; and should tlm inhabitants of this p'aio patronize homo trade, our merchants would be encouraged to pur- chase u greater quaut;ty, and a belter quality and variety; and before friend K, again ut tempts to p it down Perrysburg that others may build it up, 1 hope he will tako mo o pains to ascertain the truth and portray the reul cause of the malady. Let him urge upon iho people the importance of home trade, and strive to instil into their minds the fact, that it is a duty they owo to themselves not only themselves, but their neighbor, their town, and tlieir country. While wo havo boats so anxious for passen gers as to carry them for almost nothing, for the Duke of get ing them, and as long as the ridicu lous custom prevails of running to Toledo to purchase a spool of thread or a paper of pins, wiih the belief that they are better, merely be cause they were bought iu u larger place, Perrys burg will continue to decline; and if its inhab itants do not " divest themselves of such " old fogy notions, and do their business upon the principle' of r.ifif uud reason, thus, benefiting themselves and their neighbors, this town, so beautifully and conitnodionsly located, with ev ery advantage necessary for the prosperity and happiness of its inhabitant, must " 0 to tlu ii'u i'i sure enough. A.N OlISClMIK RlsU'l'NV 01 Pl'.KUYStll'ltli, Mrs. Yillette, of La S.illo, Michigan, died a lev days ago at the remarkable ae of 112 years. S'ae had lived in tho vieiuty of Monroe for nearly a ceiitarv, mid left u fourth husband of ti J or 70 years. S'io ma le her will ia the latter part ol the last century, nnd llieu out lived till the persons to whom she bequeathed her property. Sho was a small woman, and very active through her long li!o. -I'iiis II Xiav I'lioi. i:s koii f.yNMSii Oil Wednesday last, w e were show u by Mr. J. Fair, of this place, u hen Isouvly, and whit appeared to be, a wi II tinned Cilfskin, which In informed us, was liken from the annual just one week pinions I lie tanning is done by a new process. We im d'rttmd the time necessnry to tin a calf skin is eighteen hours. .Yorifii.'ft l ,1fi!or, CJ"T"iio Leavenworth ronesnou lent of the M',sou,i )."'torriif, says : Y m will Kuril from the lettrr of Gen. Cifs thnl the National Pemociatio party is conscious I! at il has lost K insiis that victory hss declared for Fiee Libnr, mi l the Republican pufy. It is not ther. fore, a matter of surprise lhal the Pr si I. nt aiH his advikfrs making a virtue of ivces i;y, giv iusliiU'iious whirl) coiUempl.i to a lair ami botiei elect imi on iho first Monday In August the fust of iho kind that will hive Ix'fii held iii Kansas und.'r ill ir a upicesor ih l e ot! I tUiir I'lvdw. s: oi. Political Preaching. 1 , , " We hare before us the l'osion Christian Free man containing a very full report of iho pro ceedings of the Univetsalist Atinirersary melt ings held In that city during tho last week iu May. At tlm Reform Association a resolution was offered declaring it to ba the duty of the Christian minister to denounce " wickedness, In individuals and In combinations of men, in low and high places.' Rev. S. Cobb ably ad vocated the principle embodied in tho resolu tion, and we extract tho following from liis re marks: To what soureo are we to look for tho educa tion of the public morals? Not lo aolmining politician, who would sacrifice principle, and their dearest friends, for office and for party numo. We must look to the Christian pulpit and church. Tho ministry which appobates and apologizes for tho flagrant wrongs iVcause they ure prucliced by combinations of men, will bo found good for nothing but to be cast out iiH.l trodden under fooinf men. We want more faith iu Qod and tho right. However par'.ies interested in crime may rave and denounce, no good, faithful, Christian testi mony, in support of truth and right, nnd in condemnation of error and sin, will fail lo he b!esed ol Hod, and do ils work. Its fruits may not be always visible at once, but they bhuil coma forth iu God's time. "Though surd Iio luiil-il long In dust, It shout' riVcclve tlieir hope ; Tlio precious Rraln shall nn'sr bo lost, For gnieo Insures tlio crop." It is os clear to me, said Mr. Cobb, as the most common and obvious relation between cause nnd ellert, that certain new movements more in necorduuee with reason, liberty and right, huvo been briuieht about by tlm mighty pressuro of the religious and moral sentiment of the people r the most enlightened portions of our find. Where the government is in the pmvirof the people, the. public servants cannot long profane nnd defy tho moral sentiment of Iho people. They may ruve, threaten, nnd denounce tha min istry which condemns confederated iniquity as fuch, us political priests, and set upon them their menial partisans; hut after ull, if the Christum ministry and church are faithful to duty, in tho fear of God uud love of truth and J"' ,,leir l'0,lt'c" .Persecutors will hear in their very souls tho voice iltvino which astound- tll(! vuianl Slllll It is ,mrJ for thee l0 kick nguinst the goads." Several persons followed Mr. Cobb iu the : 8.H1W vein, but we can give but one more brief extract: Rev. J. II. Campbell, of Sniiis, wished to ba understood, and therefore endeavored to speak f 1,a r "'!. l'i"'"1)' H.. considered the best man to te htm who stood up lor tho right everyw,1,,r0t Qlu, lmil,r all circumstances; the next befit Im who may bo regarded ns the next best is tho man who plants himself snuurely on the wrong, believing that he is in the right: but he who is to be branded with eternal in- f is ,,, ,., who u,iinvil),, in thtJ th,h. becomes the apologist for the wrong. I nnd Rosin, to be delivered ut Kiltery Maine, Charles'on Mass., and other Eastern points. If this is not lo reward the Editor for hisdevo ti Hon to the Slave Power, we should like to know ling what it is for. The urticles udvertiscd for are about as common in Knox county as they are j iu Wood, and the government will derive about ns much benefit from tlm advertisement as they would to advertise for the " man in tho Moon,' , ; Guttino ins Fay. The editor of the Mount Vt'rnon Banncr "upporleil the Locompton I swindle and the administration has rewarded him by making his sheet an advertising organ. One ndvertisement published i.i tho Banner is for Naval supplies, such as White Fine, Black Spruce, Fig Iron, Cotton, Canvass, ritch, Tar, Save youu H.nu Moni.y. The locofoco leg islature of last winter passed a law ' requiring ull taxes under five dollars to bo paid iu gold and silver. The object of this was to make the poor man contribute his mite to the broker and shaver as well as to the government, for the , demand which will thus bo created for specie .., . . ,, , . , , , , will materially enlmnco its valuo and brokers I f .. J . , , lean fatten upon the poverty of the people. ' . 1 , , , . i Thoso'who can, should sivo sultmieiit specie lo ' . , . . .. , ., meet, uieir wuuis in me proper uni-, ami inus avoid the necessity of paying a heavy per cent. for ,r0l J an 1 silver. The present administration bus already in creased our uutional debt thirty- live millions of dollars, and it wiil probably bo increased to sixty millions bofora tlm people can cheek its plundering policy through a Republican! Con- gtvss. Tho State Land Dllieo at ibis place bus been closed deeds have been ordered to tho holders of ny out-standing certificates under tho neiual-set- ucr iuw, wiiiiui iinug any am lavn oi improve ment. The books have been removed to tho Au ditor of State's OHiee at Columbus. This is the finale of the famous land shark humbug, which ull'orded a fruitful hobby for sonio of our ofliee seeking gentry. Like many other hobbies, thero was but littlo of it, except rehileit lasted. With tho policy abovo noted, wo believe all parties cou cur, ns to its propriety, Defiance Democrat. Tuk New Loan. Speaking of the now lonn of fifteen millions of dollars asked for by tho Adnnnist ration, tho Petersburg Intelligencer re marks : When, alow months ago, the government asked for a loan, (in the shape of treasury notes) to the amount of twenty millions of dollars, tho assur ance was given that it was not at ull probable so large u sum would be required, but iu order to provide for any contingency, it was deemed pru dent to provide a broad margin. The amount was graulod, nnd is gone ulmost in n twinkling aud now tho Secretary of tho Treasury is down on his marrow bones again, begging Congress lor tif;een millions more. When wo recollect that loss than a year and it quarter ago, when the present udmiu- istratiou came into power, there was a surplus of nearly ih'i ty millions in tlio Treasury, and ihat the government has had thobetielii of all ihe receipts since, and a loan in addition of twenty millions, we are bound to conclude that Democratic econo my is a very cosily iutditutiou, uud Democracy it self a most expensive luxury. ... mm 'o i) iv Wisconsin. There are within the State of Wisconsin l'Jj saw mills 33t water and 2o I steam mills. The amount of lumber manu factured last your, was 171,000,000 reel or which there wus luaimraetiuvd on the Wisconsin nnd its tributaries, 1 ID, S00.0J0 feet. The total value of tlio lumber manufactured in the State in lSr7, was tfii.nS.-lOO, mid tho number of men employed in ihe business, was lt),r67 of whom .1,830 were employed o.i tlio Wisconsin river and iu tributa ries. As Axomvi.v. Di. Porter, of Keyport, N. J., held a post-morteui examination ut Muldletown Point, N. J., last week, on nu aged lady who had died of si'irrhus of the liver, stomach uud bowels. The examination revo-ileJ a largo stone in tlio sao attache, I to the lower margin of ihe rivir, consisting of phosphate of lime with a por tion or aniuial matter, measuring one uud inches iu length, J and 1-1(5 inch iu diameter, and weigh ing '2'J 2 grains. The stone is or an irregular shape, and has iho appearance of a pebble commonly round along the sea-horo. .i. ' - In wet weather the necks of working oxen are apt to become sore. To prevent this, rub u little ullovv o.i ;!ie voke uud bowl. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IMnnk Ilond liloctlon Notice. pill Bnnanl plootionof a llnanl of Directors of Ihe .1. I'. Ai F. 1'laiik lloml, will lie held nt UowlinR (irein.on I riilny the lsth of .luno nii. llr onler of tho Directors. JAMK8 HOOD, Tresident P. I,. lioi oiiTOr, Hec. May IM.",- 3S$l T REMOVAL. na W.AL ROBERTSON, MERCHANT TAILOIi, HAS reniovi-il to the nnicK stoiib. (recently ocrn pled liy Allen c Nulson) corner of Conant and Wnyno strents. Mnuinee City, Ohio, wln-rc ho has open cil n stock of nently selected piere pnoils, of the newreat anil most. OVuimlile fnlirlcs nml Mvlos. fur SPRING AND SUMMER Woar, wliluli Ua Is prepared to miike up lo order A t Lower Prices Than the biiiuo good aud workmanship cm bo had elsewhere. Also, READY MADE CLOTMXQ Manufactured tinder his own supervision, which ho can recoinnieiiil ns lielng well mailt), and at Grently licit need I'rlces. Mai'mer City, Juno 3, ll.',s tf City It a It c r y. Comer of Conant and Dudley streets, HIAUJIKK CITV, OHIO. flUK subscribers return thoir thanks for pnst favors, Land heir lenro to Inform tlio citizens of Mnuruce City and vicinity, that tliey have purchased a cracker machine, nnd will manufacture n superior nnnlltv of SODA, BOSTON, BUTTER, Jt COMMON CRACK HIS. Alno, Loaf Bread. Hard Bread and Cakes. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. All orders sent liy liailrnad, Ciiiial limits, or any other politic coot ovtinoi', promptly attended to. ltutter and hint taken in cxolinnge for nil kinds of Crackers and Cakes. Please pive ns a call heforo purchnsin eluowhcro. B. TUOMBLA & CO. Juno 3, lH.-8 I WA 1 CI1KS, Clocks and Jowclry repaired on short notice, nnd in n workniunlikn manner. Also, ho keeps on hand an assortment of Watches and Clocks, direct from tho manufacturer, which he will soli on Hie most reasonable terms. Sliop, ono door from the brick store, Maiunro Citr, Ohio, luno 3, 1HAH 4tf GEORGE STRAIN, Attorney at Law, I'EItRYHIiritG, WOOD COUXTY, OHIO, AVill proiiiiitly alleud to all business entrusted to him in tlio several courts of Wood and ailjoiuiug colonic. OI'FICK. .S'ie as occupied by Juhn hates. May -JO, 1S.1S '2tf Notice: The tiuilersij;ned has been appointed ad ministrator of estate nf Susan Hcntinuton. de ceased, and all persons indebted to said estate aro ro nuosted to make immediate nnvmcnt of same : and all creditors nre rcipiesled to exliitiittliciraocouiits legal ly proven, wiimn one year irum tins uate, JAMES Vi. liUSS. May20th, ls5s,2wl MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING MllS. A. S. WOOD, I N'VM'ES the attention of the Lndiesto hernew aud . rijh varictvol Bounds, Uibbons, Flowers, Borders, IJraiils.tape J rtnumn'rs, iVe., FOR Tan SPIJina and SUMMER TRAD". l'lirtieiihir attention will bo Riven tn rut ess makixu. She is also prepared to renovate istraw BonuetH, Uen- tlcnieu s jiirliirn nml runaina Hats, Ac, etc. riiiiiiYsiu itn, .May l:!th, ISoS. N E W GOODS! O. B. K R EPS, IS now reecivin? a line asaortinont of tSriUXO GOODS! which he can all'onl to noil ut very low rates, and soo for yoursolvcs. April Tl. is.18. Call Why is iho demand so great for AGUE BALSAM? llecausc it will. In all oases, safely and elliictimlly euro that much dreaded scour.neof tlio West Chills, Fever and Aruc without fail.aud in all cases will counteract the poison of Malaria, of w hich fact thous amis do testify; and, unlike all other nostrums, tt is only recommended for one class of diseases, and as a tonic it is unsie passed,. W e will otlor a few eviden ces of its worth, by men of influence and hijjh stand ing. ' Princeton. TIL Sept. 20. 18.17. Pa. Maxn If tar Fir: For several yoars past 1 have used your Ague Balsam in my daily praotice.and have closely observed its ctlects in hundreds of cases, and in no case has it failed to produce the most bunny effect. I can most cheerfully recommend it as a cer tain speeilio tor chills, lover and ague, and malarious diseases. II. AUSTIN, M. 1). Mirshnll, Mich., Feb. 11,18.17. Dit. Manx .t Co: I have sold a large amount nf your Ague Balsam in this vioimtv.nnd from my person al knowledge of it, I belicvo it the best remedy for chills, fever aud ngno that has ever been sold in our stato. Hespeettiu.lv your, (). A. HUH',, Aithlnbula. Ohio, Jan., 1, 185. Messks. R. K. Mann & Co. Gents: In cunvassiin the states of Ohio and Michigan for the sale of the different remedies ot which we havo control, our at tentin lias been culled to observe the great name that your Ague Balsam has gained for insult' in every plane where sold. It really seems to be the peoples1 oimi rem edy, nnd its sulo mure rapid than all others. It is des tined to supercede all other ague remedies in the mar ket. Very Truly Yours, A. A S. HEXDItY. Am I'm-, Feb. 2U, 1858. Mkspus, S. K. Mash A Co. Gents: I have at our house in St. Louis, sold your Aguo Balsam somo three years, and have carefully observed its effects in curing, und must in all candor nay, I do not believe, its equal exists in all thu world of medicines. To my person al knowledge it has cure.! permanently every time, nnd I have known it used, after all other remedies had been tried in vaiu, with tho mon happy result. And what is moi o remarkable, I have never known a case but what remained cured, for at least that season. 1 have no hesitation iu recommending it as a perfect tri uiuph over chills aud fever, llespectfiilly yours, PiidH". O.J.WOOD. S. K. MANN it CO., Proprietors, Qalion, Ohio. Sold by all good Druggists. CROSS & CO., llKM.riltS IN FINE WATCHES AUo, a largo assortment of tho latest uud most fashioualile stales of Jewelry, Silver & Silver-Plated Ware GtJl.l) UllAFK Sl'KCTACLES. t'nliloruiii Uold made into Ytttchcs nnd Jewelry. TOLEDO, OHIO. Ftinimit Street, between Monroe JtjTersnn Streets. All gods warranted as represented, should they prove Otherwise, the money will be returned. Watches und Jewelry repaired iu the neatest und most substantial manner, by ex perienced workmen. X. B. All kinds of Jewelry manufactured to order. D. M. M'KINLE Y, ATTOKXEYAT LAW, KOTAKV I'lULtC, And General Laud Agent; Cilcad, Ohio. i-optoinlier o, is j, -17tf G1LEA 1) HOTEL, BY W. 1). LAM II A CO. flMlE undersigned, regarding the public demand, 1 li ne opened a Tvrtt ut their eld stand, corner ol rirstanil Heaver streets, GILEAD. OHIO. The House has been refitted und refurnished, and wo intend that il shall be "A. No. 1" as to tied. Board and Bar. Attentive Ostlers always ready to take tho rein when you drive up t the" "lill.K.AD llvllKI.. li'tod fare mid bills moderate. l'ricnds.H hen you con o to town call and see us. Hold on till we set the machine iu motion, and we'll grind you out u verse or two. To our friends and tho public we beg leave to say, (Aud certainly meaning no harm.) We will furnish you victuals, oats, ludging and hay, Aud lire, that when void you may warm. And w also aro ready, whenever rou come, Aud hereby agree.'ouo an I ull," To use our best eil'orts lo make this a Home, That will please alt our fricUiU who may cull. W. I. I.AUU.j C. WAI I.INlJ April 15, S18 t;):i,S LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Ditch otlro. rpiIE land holders or tho north-eat qnurtor, nnd tho J. north half of the nirth-west quarter, and the north half of the south-enn quarter of section unmber 1, of Portiere township, Wood countv, are hereby notirlod thai the trustees of said township will meet at tho house of Mat'iias Hhoup, on Saturdar, the Sd day of July next, for the pirpoe of locating a ditch, to com mence near the south quarter post of section number U thence north on the quarter lino to tho river. .lnne 3, 1S5S 4v'if 1 n:l MAT11I A8 tsOUP. Ditch Xotirei rpiIEnnn-rositlcnt ownersof tho north half of tea 1. tionOI, of sections 30. 1!), fractional section 18; the north-east quarter section Sii, oast, half section 125, east half section '21, and east half fractional sea 13, In Mitlilloton township, nnd tlio south-east quarter sec tion J1, In the V. 8. 11., same township, are hereby no titled that tho trustees of said township will meet at the hoino of Benjamin .lohnson, on Saturday, July 1Z, lS'iS, to lay out nad apportion a ditch, as follows, to wit: Commencing at tlio south-east corner of tha north east quarter section 3U, in Middleton township, and runmu north olon th Perrysburg and Flndlay plank road, on the west side of the same, to tho line or Per rrshurn township and there to terminnto. June 3, l5s iwfiSa M J. U. RUDOLPH. i'robute Clourt of H oitd ;)iintj0. , Petition tn complete real contract. Wosley Brown, Adiniiiisttntor of Leonard Dull, do , ceased, rs. Kli.abeth Dull and others. rpiIE said Klizabeth Dull, widow, and Eliza Tlrown, i. Marv Campbell, John h. Campbell, John H. Dull, Eeo-iard Dull, Jr., and Christiana Dull, heirs at law and legal representatives of Leonard Dull, Into of Do llance county, Ohio, deceased, are hereby notified that Wesley Brown, administrator of said deccssod, on tha 3d day of Juno. A. D. 185H, filed bis petition ia tha Probate Court of Wood county, in said state, the ob. joet and prayer of which is to obtain an order of said COtlrt to Aliabln until arlmlntutrntr,.. tr. flnM..Li. l. . half of said heirs, a contract entered Into bv said Leon- nro jnii in ins iiiotime, on tlio Itltli day or May, A. D. 18.U, with one Samuel MeCrory, by which said Leon ard Dull contracted in writing to convey to said Mc- v iui y uivniiuiu i'i L ui mo iiorui-wegt quarter or rrao liuii.il r;rtioii numl.er twentv-eitrht. In tnwnt.in (iv north, of rmiKe twt-We iist, Iii biiui Wood countv, Oliior fntitiuimr H. nnl rki!.inn un-m a j .i.i .1.. - - " "' n a .im . n 1111 mini tiu tendantH-nro further notilied thnt said petition will be heurd beforo suid Probate Court, on the .Ith dnrof Jnlv.- 4 I, 1 -j ..,!, .'..1 ...1. . .. ........ .... . ' jl. o. ioun,ui 1 i u 0111: h a, H, v l',M,j X lIllllWlN, , Adm'r. of Loonard Dull, dcoeasod. Wsr. Cahteii, Attorncv, June 3, 18,18 Uvft-Jt Si Ditch Xot Ice. rpilF, non resident holders of lauds In section twen--X ty-two, Montgomery townsh!), nre hereby notifiad that tho trustees of said townshin will meet at tha" house of Jacob Dater, on Ratnrdav, Juno 20, 18.18, to) lay out and nppnrtion a ditrh ns follows, to wit: Com mencing near the south west corner of section twen-t.v-two, and miming north east until it intctsects a ditch known as Chapman's ditch, nnd there to terrni "l,e JACOB DATEll. - May 13, 1.8.18 lwO fShei ill's Sulc. ' Win. H. Kwinj; vs. Jonuthnn Snlshury. BY virtue of an order of sale issued to me In tha above case, from the court of Common PI -as, I will offer for sa'o nt public auction, at the door of the Coflrt House, Perrysburg, on Saturday, the 12th day of June, A. D. 1858, between the horns of eleven and twelve o'clock A. jr., the following lnnds and teno incnts. to wit : The north-west quarter of section 17, in township four north, of range ten cast, tn Wood v.,......,, vmiiu, uuninuuug roo acres more or less. Asiieu Cook. Attv. C. W. XOItTOV. Slinnff Asiieu Cook. Attv. May 13, 18.13 lw,12 'Death to all Verml c c OOSTAE'S" RAT, ROACH, &C. EXTERMINATOR. For the destruction of Hats, .Mice, Ground or Field Mice, Moles, Koaches, Bugs, Ants, Ac Bed Bug Exterminator. ' Elo ctrio Powder to destroy Sloths, Bed Bugs, Mosquitoes, Ants,. Fleas, Plnnt Insects, Vermin on Fowlsnnd Animals. .MrLiberul wholesale tonus made to Druggists and Dealers everywhere. . . , ., Z-f" " CostarV private circular to druggists and dealers sent by mail on application. , Foil THE PEOPLE. , ' ', I. On Receipt of OXE DOLLAR, 1 will forward by mail (postage paid) a sufficient quantity of the Rat, Roach, Ac. Kiterminator to destroy all ol this cluss of vermin that may infest your premises. . ; II. On Receipt of TWO DOLLARS, 1 willforward by mail (postage paid) a sufficient quantity of both Rut, Roach, -c. Exterminator and the Electric fotctier. ' III. On Receipt of TEX DOLLARS, i i, The same terms will be made as to druggists and dealers. , ,, . . .CrAddress nil lotters to COSTAR'S PRINCIPAL DEPOT, : 7 388 Broadway, New Tor J PTo save mistakes and trouble: " 1. Write in a plain hand tho name of Post Office County and State. 2. Register your Letter, nnd It will come at my risk.. 3. New York and Eastern money preferred. SEE THE FOLLOWING : Rata, Roaches, Bugs, Insects, &c. - ..... , Ylliat the Farmers say : A Into writer suys that "tho various species of ver min aro multiplying ut a fearful rate throughout the land." A postmaster in Illinois writing to " Costar's" Depot, says: "Tho country is literally overrun with them (rats and mice, Ac.) .u IFW tht People sny: Cave, 111., Juno 21, 1857. " Dear Sir: My brother, J. W. McCreery, purchased a box of your llat Exterminator, nnd found it to ba what you recommended it to be, a porfect Hat deg--troyer. I hereby oncloso $5 for more of it. Yours, Ac, ASHLEY McCUEEKV. Nkw York, Deo. 17,' 1857, Sir: All this summer I have been troubled! with Itoaches and Mice. I was actually ashamed ot' tho houso, for the Itoaches wore everywhere, and I don't know what 1 should have done by this time, I purchased a box of your Exterminator and tried it,, and iu one week there was not a Roach or Mouse iu. the house. JOHN B. G1VEXS, No. 01 Elm st -Moor k's Salt AVohks, Ohio, June 3, 1857. ' Dear Sir: I havo used it, (the Hat, Itoach Ac. Ex terminator,) throe nights, and it is making a sad havoc among the Bat tribe, Yours, Ac, J. P. BECOM. . 11" m the Pre say: Wo know by nctual experience that u Costar's " pre paration forltats. Roaches, lied Bugs and Insects gen erlly are complete and perfect exterminators. A. K. Atlas, May 17. " Costai's " Bat, Tloach, Ac Exterminator is an inr. fallible destroyer of thesa pestilent creatures. Indi-. anopolis Inrf.) Sentinel. What the Druggists sai : j i UL'll.FOltl) A LEMBF.liGEIt, (Druggists,) Lebanon. Pa. " Wo are pleused to say that which is gohjl gives, great satis fact ion." GEO. HOSE, CardiugtoH, O. "It (the Uat, Roaclu Ac Exterminator,) sells like hot cakes, giving general satisfaction." Sold in l'errvsburg, O., by Puck h Hamilton, Agents. April 22, ls"jS 5inn2 ai el (lies and llarnerss. THE undersigned respectfully an nounces to the public that he haa opened a Saddle and Harness shop in Perrysburg. second door next to F.K. Miller A Co's Store, where lie wiil keep constantly on hand a good assortment of Saddles, Har ness, and everything in his line ; all of which will bo sold at unusually reasonable rutts. He is also prepared to ?.I Anutlu'tui'c to Order any article connected with his business, on short no tice nnd in good style. HARNESS HARDWARE, always on hand. Give us a call aud examine our work and prices. D. STONE. March 2.1.18,18 tflwtf ON M A NHOO D, AND ITS PREMATURA DECLINE. Just Published Gil VTIS, tho 20th Thouanud. i FEW WUKDSON THE KAT1UXAL TREAT il nient, wiihuiit Medicine, of Sporiu&torrbea or Lo cal W eukuess, Nocturual Emissions, General and Ner vous Debility, liupoteuev, and iiiipedimviits lo Mar riage generally, by ' B. DE LANEY, M. I). ihe important "fuct that the many alarming com plaints, originating iu the imprudence and solitud of youth, may be easily removed WITHOUT MEDICINE, is in this "email tract dourly demonstrated ; and tho entirely new and highly successful trcutuiout, as adop ted by the author, fully explained, by means of which everyone is enabled to cure HIMSELF perfectly and at the feast possible cost, thereby avoiding alt tha adver tised nostrum of tha day. Sent lo any address, gratis and post free ia a sealed envelop, bv remitting tpot paid) two postage stamps I.. Dr. B. VI. LAXLY, 83 E.st 31sl street. New York Oity. rpr, J9 '5(i. n!" '