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U. A. .IIMMINM, Editor. Oeeeepyeae year.ln i lnf $1 AO AlUehsorlptlonsnetpaldwithlnsIs month. 'J mi "TEKUYsnimd: THURSDAY, HF.I'TIi 'HIHIl 2, 185. REPUBLICAN TICKET. foil Jt'rwr nv ni'1'iil'MK rntniT, WILLIAM V. PUCK, or Scioto. KOIl BciMI-TllOI.I.KK, WILLIAM B. THRALL, ok Fbakkliw. rOH TTOHIKV (ItNrHlli CHRlSTOPllliU lVOLCOTT,or Summit. hrviikh noAnn op nni.tc wohks. JOHN L. MARTIN, oifUOTLBR. tan CnNUHI:iN, fiTII DISTIUCT, JAMES M. A SULKY. People's Mass Meeting, AND Republican County Convention, GOV. SALMON P. CHASE, GOV. SALMON P. CHASE, HON. B. F. WADE, GEN. JAS. M. ASHLEY, Aad otlior d stingulshod Ki'iilli'iiu speakers nre spected to bo present und address tliu people of Wood Oountjat Bowling Green, ON BATVRU.IY, SEl'TEMIIEU , ln, there be a general turn out to hour the Chnmpl niof tha fM(ir democratic principles, as held to ly tba Hepuelican Party, In opposition to tliu spurious democracy, a promulgated by tho present Adminis tration and II oMlclnl suppmtcr. Tha Republican of Wood county are requested to eat in Convention In sumo place, and ou same day, at 9 e'eloek, a. m., fur the purpose of selecting candi dates for the following county olllcrs.to wit : Sheriff, Cenoty Commissioner, and Coroner; also to transact such other uuul business a limy be presented fur the consideration of the Convention. Delegate! to tha Convention will please be In ntton danoa punctually at the hour, ax It In duHlrublo to ex pedite tha biislnes a tuui'li a possible, to give oppor tunity to hear the distinguished speaker who will be presoat to addn m n. By order of the Central Committee. Aug. 12, 1858. JAS. W. ROSS, Chairman. The State Fair. The State Fnir will bo hold nt Sandusky Cily, on the 14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th inst. Extensive preparations arc being uuulo for tho occasion by those having its imiiiugumcnt, and we huve not n doubt but it will bo ono ol tho bust Fuirs ever held la the State. Wo hope Woof County will bo woll repretwuted, and luwo every reason to believe thut she will be. Dayton & Michigan Railroad. We havo seen a lottor, addressed to J. S. Nor ton, Esq., which loaves liltlo reason to doubt tlio rlj completion of tho arrangements for finishing the Detvton it Michigan Unilrond. Tlioro in a neetlng f tho Company to-day (Wednesday) at Dayton, and it in conildontly hopud that it will ro alt la the adoption of such meusnros as will nt once aeeura tho iron, and cimblo tho work to bo carried forward. Mr. Norton is in nttciidunco nt the meeting in Dayton, and in our next issue wo hall be ablo to speak " from tho books." Township Assessors. "Rvctj township will bo culled upon this full to vlect Township Assessor. This in nu important office, and should bo filled by poisons who nro fa miliar with tho vnluo of real estate. Let tliu Ho publicans of each township make nrrnugomenls to nominate their cuudidato for assessor ussoou nfioi the eouaty convention as may be; and as soon as bey bare selected their man, giro us hi namo in full, to bo placed on the ticket. Lot it bo plainly written, that no mistake muy occur. One more word: Every township, when con ened for this object, should effect a thorough organisation, for thu purpose of securing a lull vote at tho coming election. If we would triumph, we must work, und do a thorough work. Let no man, who values thu triumph of Republican prin ciples, refuse to put his shoulder to the wheel, now, and labor faithful')', until every Republican vote is polled. Democracy and Know Nothingism. Tho Democrats and Know Nothing arc now iu warm embrace. In this county, tho old leaders of the dark lantern party, whoso motto was " down with all Foreigners," nro now tho leaders of tho locoloco party. In Tloedo, the lenders of that par ty first joined the Locofoco ranks, and now their filthy and abusive organ, tho Toledo Times, has united with the LocolVo party, and comes out in favor of Mmgen's election to Congress. Won der if Mungen is plodded to vote for a law to pro hibit the naturalization of Foreigners f Who can answer ? What do intelligent (Jermans say to this amalmimaiion ? Will they be duped into the support of men who nro pledged to deprive them of their most suered tights? Will they act with, and endorse their worst enemies? Wo think not. They are not the ignorant" machines" that the Locofoco leaders imagine them to be, and they will spew out this Know Nothing democracy, and vote for tho honest und liberal principles of the Bepublican pnrty. The Slander. We don't remember ever to have known more villainous slander than that hich has been made through the columns of tho Democrat upon the literary character of "Lilly Ltrkspur," by the editor of that sheet, and an anoymous correspondent. They first charged her with stealing two articles a story and a poemand palming them oil' as her own productions. Next they claimed that the story wag not origi nal because it hud been read in manuscript by Rev. I. I'. Camion whose ' rhetorical flourished' were visible in nil its parts. They also state h.t they consider this matter of but liille interest and I mi mate mat tney are not wining to acsnowi edge' that they have unjustly accused " I, ill) Larkspur. A person s renuution I hey think very small miner, an I then it is so gilUul gentlemanly, nnd brave to attack the c'uractet ot a reiperiabie young laiiy it is so christian like to publish a has lie for Ihe purpose wounding the reputation of a young lady who has arrived at an enviable position by her own Uudible efforts'. The editor of the D'nocrtit hat had amole opportunity to roirecl his mis take and do justice to the injured party, bin hem an innate meanness (we ran attribute to nothing else) h still persists in resorting subterfuge '0 conceal the guilt which a I rank acknowledgment would at unco lemovs. How Would he Vote ! The important tpiesiloii to he decided by tbc next Congress, w ill be I he confirmation nr rejection of the infnnioiis English Hill. It will be remem bered that it provides for tho immediate admission or Knnsit", without regard to the number of in habitants, provided the people consent to its be ing a Slave Suite; but in tho event that they pre fer freedom to slnvury, which they havo done by it deeided vote, their admission must bo post poned to some remote period until their popula tion Is greatly Increased. The administration, and hearty ovcry dutnocrat in Congress secrptcd the English Hill as the only compromise for the sett lenient of tho Kansas rpios lion, livery democratic convention held since tho passage or that bill lias adopted resolutions de claring their acceptance ol it, and of course every democrat elected to Congress tliis fall, stunds pledged to vote for sustaining the provisions of the English Mid, when Kansas shall again ask for uilmission into the Union, with a free constitution. Wo cunnot, lliciclorc, see even tho shadow of a rviu'nn why any ono should doubt (ho position of Mitogen on this question. Ho virtually tdauds pledged to sustain that bill, if elected; and we huve no doubt but he would do it. It thercroru devolves on tho voters ol this Con gressiiitial district to say whether they wish to pro long the punishment of tho people of Kunsiis, hc cuiiso they love frctdoni und hutu slavery; or whether 1 hey wish to give to the friends of I'ree doii the same ad van! ages which havo been olf'i'ed to tliu friends of oppression. Ity voting lor M uu gen, you will indirectly vole for thu English fraud; byvotmg for Ashley.you will put tho seal of your condemnation upotiit. Cuu any intelligent voter hes itate as to the proper course to be pursued? Can any honest mull, with acinar conscience, sustain the outrages perpetrated by that bill upon thu rights of freemen? The Illinois Contest. Lincoln and D.uiglus hsd their second discus sion at treeport on iMiilny lust, llie report published in the Chicago Journal gives this de scription of the opening scenes: There was an immense assemblage of the peo ple of Northern Illinois at Frjeport, yesterday. They cbiiiii down from above, and cuine up from below, in scores arid hundreds. All the regu lar ruilroud trains und one or two special excur sion truins, both on Thursday night and on Fri day morning, biought in great crowds, and hun dreds of others came in with teams from u 11 directions. Senator Donglus reached Freeport the evening previous, and wus honored with the show of a public reception by bis friends, and made a short uddress from tliu Brewster House hilcony. Mr. Lincoln arrived by tliu Illinois Central truin ai..autui o . iocm runny morning. wus sainted t.y mo cannon un.i received Dy a' large procession ol Republicans, on whose tu-1 hull Hon. 1'. J. Turner, ot Freeport. made u speech of welcome, lie wus conducted to the House where hu made a most happy of acknowledgment. 1 rom the moment he came out ol the curs till he entered his room in the hotel, the streets were made perfectly clamorous with shouts ami hurruas for Lincoln. Ho tried in vuin to enjoy a lew hours of retire- in'Uit at the hotel ; the niullitu le insisted upon his "showing himself ' again on the balcony, ami of greeting him with hearty shukes of his good right hand. The people, on this occasion, Lincoln men There b dug four Republi- cans present for e very Douglusito. Northern .llinois is "all right," and no mistake. At two o'clock, tha muss of people lmd stir- rounded the plntlorm, that had been erected in a vacant lot in the reur of the Brewster House, and the debate commenced, Mr Lincoln opening in a speech of on hour; Douglas follow- ed in reply ol an hour and a hull; und Mr. Lin- concluding in a Inlf hour spiech. Her-i is the conclusion of 111: day's proceed- in,.,: . i . , , i ,, .' . ! 11 tllk; Rr''a f 'Vl E' hrf' r I w . ii , i ' "I S for Low joy Hon. Owen Lovcjoy responded, and made one of the most nowerlul speeches that has been made in this Ciimpaign. Mr. De-j nio and others also spoke to u Republican meet-1 inir at the Court House in tha evening. The Douglasites had vanished left town, ashamed and afraid to show their heads. Lincoln freely mingled with the masses ubout the citv during tho evening, while Douglas was closeted thu whole time with a number of aristoerutic dem- ocrats. nt the hotel. He didn't carj enough about "the people" to mingle with them at all. This is just ihe difference in the dispositions politics of the two men. . mm . . lirOov. Chusc, Senator Wude, Uen. Ashley and other prominent speakers are to uddress the people at Bowling Green on the llih of Sep temher, on the political isues before the country Republicans of Wood county, make it a point to bo present, and to have your Democratic neigh bors there. The principles of the Republican party need only to be understood to be endorsed by the intelligent voters of this CoLgrcs-donal Dis tiiot. It is all iin.ioit iut that there should he a majority of the 11 'pivscntutives in tho next con- gress opposed to the domineering exactions ol the Slave power ns at present represented by tlie Dcmociulic party, Let the Republicans rally then, und once morespcuk out for Freedom and for Free Institutions. Mangen at Home. i i.t ii to W'c are informed on good authority that Mun gen, when a candidate for the Slate S, nate, failed to get his party strength in Hancock county by about two hundred votes; in other words, ho run ubout that much behind his ticket. This does not speak very well for his fitness to go to Congress, iK'iiher is it vcrv fluttering evidence that he stands a reasonable chance to bo elected. Indeed, 110 well-informed demoerut regards Mungen ns imv thing but u "dend cock in the pit," His fiddling. singing, and imbibing won't save him. iT-John Mitchell, tho once Irish Patriot, who is now publishing a leading democratic pa-1 per at the South, thus honestly confesses that the cohesive power of modern democracy public plunder : We shull suy in plain English, that th? Na tional Democracy is, and inu.-t be, u power cre ated und held together, not by tiny principle action, but solely and entirely by money by Ihe expectation and smell of money by the tradition and reminiscences of money und that its sole use is to cover over and conc-ul rent thut yawns uud shall yawn eternally." - - (iiu'VT lliu. SroitM is MiNSKsor--The late bait storm in Minnesota was of a most ilcstrumc character. In Freeborn county, we aio told, raged as 11 tornado, teann ; hundreds ol oak trees almost into shreds, tumbling down fences flatten ing corn fields, demolishing gudeus, and doing much other d.uuige. In hjirtleld. (ieiwu. Clark's Oiove.etc, the storm wss characterised by severe hail, which cut in pieces whole fields ol grain, and completely destroyed numberless garden. Some of the hail stones were of s.ite of hen's eggs! In the neighborhood of pair built, chickens, pigs, and sheep were killed out fight, hii I cuttle und hnrc that could not under shelter, were almost cruzy ith the tierce pelting of the ttonn. Steedman, Mungen, and Edgerton. At oil'' tioi'! during tli ' balloting of tliu late Lncolbco Congressional Convention, the contest narrowed down to the threj csnlidates whose names stun 1 at the head of this article. Muu- geii w is the lowest, Steedmsn next, end Elg'-r ton was ahead. We thoight then that n mo tion to drop the lowest Candidate, which would leave the contest b twen Elgeit'iti and Steed m in, would result in the n imiiritun of tlie lat ter, and wondered that he did not have the " trap sprung.'' Since the convention adjourn ed, we have learned the secret. One of M jngeii's friends " let the Cat out tf the bag," the other day, by stuting '.hat " Munucn and his Hancock suppoiters swore thut Siccdmm should not be nominated." This explains tha whole secret and leaves no doubt on our mind as to the rea son why Muiigen wus not kicked out of conven tion. SleedniDii, nfter failing to get Lelnnd nomi nated, had to chooso between Edgerlon and Mungcn, und the lulter was his choice of the two. Of his enemies, of course ho would choose tho weakest. . . - William Mungen," says tho Democrat, "isutnan of well known reputation among tho people, as a thorough democrat, nu honest, up right man, ono that will, when elected (Tor he will be, without a doubt) labor to promote the best luturesti oT tlio people ho represents, nnd a limn who will labor faithfully and fearlessly to sus tain tho great doctrines inculcated in tho Consti tution of our Union " won ler if these great doc trines mean Lccoinpton li t " which nro repeated in the Cincinnati platform, sanctioned by the pro pie iu 1350 by the election of James Buchanan, sustained by Douglas mid tho Ohio democracy in Congress, during tho discusssiou of the Kansas question" this is rich Douglas sustaining the democratic platform, ns persouutad in old Buck, during (ho discussion on the Kansas question I FA. " ratified by tho State Convention at Colum bus on tho2'Jth ult;" wonder which they ratilied Buchanan or Douglas? Kil. "and which will bo ratified by peoplt of Ohio this full iu one tremendous shout, that will sti ike terror into tin ranks of the ' young and rising' Republican par ty, and scatter t hum to tho fore winds, never more to bo rallied under the name und principles now so poorly supported by its factions, leaders, and political dupes." Wonder if ult this liginuroleis one " tremendous" effort uta " rhetorical flourish," or whether it is tho siiuking of the Democrat's long cars .E;l From the N. O. Delta, August 20th. The Yellow Fever in New Orleans. ailU!,eryof Vincent do Paul, which is situated ou Louisa street, in llie third district.h.is been the burying place of u large number of tliu victims ol vellow lever this season. This is accounted for'from the fuct thut tho disease has been nre llrowsler ; vailing in a grenter degree in the third dis speech ,rjct t,u i u.iy other portion of the city. 'i',t! oumt!iery is divided into two divisions, the. 0wcr one ol which is almost destitute of vaults . m" tombs, mi l ihose interred there are pluced j j dry weather, about a foot under ground, llie ! airt thrown ou lop not more than coverimt the ' coin. Since tho recent heavy rains, the whole vaw s flooded, more or less, and looks more a SWump than u cemulery. The spude hard wero j v breuks tin 'Ugh the sod before the water shows itself, and tho negroes gouge om as much euith os tu.y clu, for the wuter. Sjvarnl graves vcre open yesterday as we pnsseii through, looking like oblong mud pnd Inrgo de3. few moments afterwards the remains 0f Bom0 ,,ol)r i,ulividual were brought in. and U,f, t0 ,m lw&toea to inter. Placing the rou-h comu ou a hand cur they carried it a short dfs coln j ,nce nmi vaWl jt by the side of u hole, and then mudu preparations for placing it in its lusl I resting place. Tho heud of tho coflli was lot down into the wuter, but of course it would not sink, and inmioJi.U y rose to tho surface. wna thrust down s-verul limes rather rougl.lv , 0f k it adhere to the soft uul , b b . laVill.Uuy ro,0 ' ' . At last it was s.ioved in, ami the spade one olthe negroes held it until the other threw ll,rK" quantities of hard mud. which served 0 eislit to keep the heud down. One of the negroes then, while the other kept his spade on ,,le "rsl e'111' lowered the foot and sunk it ll ll,ni! "lunucr, kicking in some mud with h9 leet. while his spade kept the coffin down, The whole ol this sectiov of the cemetery mien wuu new graves, ami presents ino appear and ; aneo ol a newly plowed Held. Thu stench i some portions is hurdly endurable, coming as does from the shallow graves of wuter. l 'in. Kl 4.A rt, ........ j How its Victims auk Buiiikd. The Ceme- I'he New Orleans Crescent suvs "The lever this veer, we observe, is nonsuit- )y s.!Vl.l0 young people. Every other funeral wo see uowii town, tho colli i nnd crape white. Passing a lot of women, yesterday, heard one say, 'it's awful bad among tliu young folks; 1 knew a splendid girl that hied yester day only sixlcen years old.' "The different Benevolent societies are ma king evety preparation to attend to the lever, it g'-ts within their ranks. One of tliem, Spuuish Benevolent Society, has lost several iu in In' rs by the lever, uiul others by other dis U'iiscs. they having no less than 21 burials since in. i he Howard Assocu is a it the gel the sickly season set tion have gone bravely 10 work; whether their culls have been heavy or not, we ure unable say. They have secur d a portion of the Liiz"u burjj Hospital for their use iu ihe 3.1 district where the fever is worst. " The wi -other continues abominably hot, uncomfortable, though we h ive at limes a good whiff of brecu, u good shadow of thunder cloud and an occusiouul outer edge of a sprinkle ruin. We huve had considerable, thunder within tho lust ouy or two, but no ruin to speak of. " A French ship was towed up ihe river lauded nt one of ihe third district wharves, Situr.luy night. She lit 1 quite a numh-r Fieuch immigrants 011 board, wiio, in tin ir at Hearing the land of freedom, ioiii 'd Iran soul in tdnging the anti-Napoleonic hymn known as the " M irselluise." They kept sing after the ship was made fust. A police officer, g iug on hoard, steppe. I up to them, said to them, in their own language, 'Oentle men, don't sing so loud j there ure a great many sick people ubout lure, for the yellow fever very b id.' This was iho first the immigrants knew of the lever being in the city, and they once s'opped singim; incontinently wilted with feelings which may he better imugiued llinil described. Ainnig the pusscngers eleven Culholio priests und i'onr linns, who pressed uolaiiille alarm, saying tint as had come over by invitation of tile Arch'iish they lell il would be his duty to send th",n or to sum otli r place of s ifety as soon ns This is certainly a hsd time of the for foreign immirJii's to Ian I in Now Oilcans." llie sailing regulations of the regal l.i, come oil on Sind i.-kv Iliy, ihe second dy the l ate hair ( U e.l.ie. I ly.Sept. lj:h.) are The rules are very iut and liberal, all boW cut -ring the contest will Inn) a opportunity ol testing- theiy coin para live sailing qunlitcs. An cutciunce fee of $3,0'.) will chargod. '1'here will be three pruc:Firsi second, ?M; third the ogregt,i amount of entrance fees, and if said sum shall exceed amount of the second prize it shall b - subs1 i for the same sum and 4O0 shall he regarded as third prize. The pris i will be pail in money on the .lay of the race, subject to the verdict lh- ju Igi s. .VuddnvAy Kfgii,-r, Gambling on the Mississippi. It to at We are told that gambling prewiils to u fear ful extent on bmr.l the steamboats that puss up and down the Misisippi River. All sorts of games are pneticed there, and among those who travel are sumo of the most pluusiblc and fin ished ro,:ue(s, A alio t tini" since a party of blaclilegs ind'iccd several returned Cal iforuians to venture a few hundred dollars upon the chan ges of the. cards or thi dice, and at the. end of die game the C ilifornians discovered that three cnuutrrPit bills, for ijO eucli, hail teen passed off upon tl em. They immediately demanded good money In exchange. This was refused for a time, us the blacklegs pretended that they hud none. They were then given to understand thut. unless they rectified the fraud immediately, they would be forced to take their chance for the night at the very next uninhabited island lliHt the boat should reach. Finding the alter nuiive rather serious, they reluctantly made the exchange demanded, and rndeuvored to con ciliate the Culiforniims by inviting them to drink. Tho same knaves u day or two before contrived to win t?l,900 from a very young merchant of Louisiana, who wus on his way North to buy gootlR. (rambling on the Mississippi is a profession which is followed by hundreds, old as well ns young. All sorts of combinations are. formed by these gentry. They will come on board a boat from different points, nnd as apparent strangers, and after getting acquainted with the various parties, two or three will set down at the gaming table, with tho object of merely kill ing lime. Grui'.uully, however, they will tempt tho unexperienced, by drink nnd excitement, und then proceed to cheat nnd plunder them, us coolly as if they were engaged in some credita ble employment. On one occasion a noted counterfeiter was discovered to be on a boat, when ho was imiri'diately put ashore, nnd at a point where the prejudice against counterfeiters wus so great that they often hung them up with out Judge or Jury. Lite on the Mississippi is churucterized by extraordinary scenes und inci dents. It is stated that on a recent occasion a cler gyman was earnestly engaged in preuching to ft ( oiisiilerablu audience at one end of a steamer, while in the middle gambling was in busy pro gress, and at the other end of the saloon were music and dniicing. Many of the boats nr lilted up in the most magnificent style, und ti l il 1 1 1 1 1 , in tact, to (1 oatiiin palaces. It often occurs that I'o-y are occupied by 5,000 souls nilil upward. file cost of a cabin passage from N.-W Orle his to St. Louis is about 120. That of a deck p i-sa is, o course, much lower. All the .M, ling town-; an I ciii"s are stopped at, tiinl thus con-t i ii l chaiig s tnl; place in llie in males ol the boa1. In sum e is s large profits are realised. Thus, a tew weeks since, a steam er thut. suited from New-Orleans to St. Louis had a freight list that amounted to i?ll).0t)0. in addition to the receipts of the passenger money nn I the burs. The quantity of wood th.it is consumed is immense; it ranges sometimes ns high as 200 cords a day. The scenes of " wooding," espe cially ut night, are full of excitement. It some times hupp ns that nearly every nation on the face of the globe has its r, prcsentatives on board of one of these steamers. The travel up and down the river amounts to tens of thousands per n 1 1 li i ii , while the freight that pusses inward and outward may be estimated in value nt mil lions. A friend from whom we gathered these facts informs us thut a short time since ho had occasion to trnvel from New-Orleans to St. Louis, nnd a day or two after he was on board tho boat he became acquainted with a modest nnd unassuming youim gentleman, whose inun ners were so mild, and conversation so intellec tual, thut ho supposed he was a young lawyer, a physician, or peihaps a student of divinity. The next day he discovered that he was ono of tlio most accomplished gamblers ot his age in tho Western country. Chicago Journal. , . .i - ifDlt MANN, tlio renowned discoverer ef thut Invaluable remedy. Or. Mann's A (rue llalsam, still con tinues to labor in behalf of the alllictud. I lis medi cines are universally admitted by the American press, to tio far superior to any and all others ever discover ed for the treatment of chills, fevor nnd !ae, nnd all intermittent. There can be no doubt, it wo can place confidence in thu iiiiiiiiaeralile testimonials which the doctor l;as in his possession, that it is tlio greatest ilia covcry ever made in tlio science of medicine. The attention of our readers is culled to the advertise ment of Ibis llulsani found in another column of this paper, und we would recommend nil sutVci imr from this illsr ase, viz: chills, fever and nirne, to avail them selves of a trial of this remedy. Sold by all druggists. Diseases and "Doctors' Stuff."-The only true Remedies. in ns in is itt it wo If wo lool at the formidable list of human ailments wo wonder that men live; if nt the still longer list mo, hemes, we woailer that they tlio. lint, the truth that disease too often ncquires its worst terms from maltreatment, nnd that ordinary medicines arc in most cases powerlesa if not periiicioiiH- Thunks, however, to the discoveries ol the great Swedish Physician, Dr. Ilohaek, n liriihter prospect has opened for tho sick. His Blood Pills aud Hl.iod I'ui itler are producing as tonishing results. They ore not palliatives, but oblit erans of dishii.s.i. Their disinfcH lin intliieuuc rench es the poisonous germs of (ill maladies in tlio blood. They art) restorative as well ns purifying sustaining tho strength of tlio patient, while thoy extinguish the complaint. Compounded of rare herbs, transmitted from Scandinavia, hv tho doctor's agents in that Hy perborean region, they are unlike any other prepara tion before the world in their medicinal properties. In dyspepsia, in epileptic fits, scrofula, sl;in diieases, and fever and njrtie, us well ns ill all the prevalent forms of bowel complaint and iili'eetions of tlie liver, their curative action Is as certain ns tlie ell'ect of wa ter upon II nil". Wu commend hu advertisement I tho oarnest attention of invalids. PRICES CURRENT. .... .... f.'2.' Wheat 1)0. ;li 10 Corn CO , tv4 Pnt.itoca.new H" ,i,.it) to Batter Firgs Beans . Wood H IV Wool Rvo ..I'.VCt 1 .. S'.i'tO . . v. 1 .:.o con ..'.'."e-fi .... 4.vro Oats Flaxseed ... Timothy Clover . Lard Fish Bass . " Pickerel.. 7. ollci. Hams Shoulders... Mess Perk.. Salt 2. SS'iol ....Hi ..1.73 Toledo Market. of Flour . . Wheat . Corn . . Oais... .."i..'ec.), .1 O.'inf I 10 ... Clte.l ol) 10 Barley Mess Pork Hams Shoulders Salt . lii.ntl . 1.40(1.41 Buffalo Market-Aug. 31.-2, P. M. on of joy u:id on and is The supply of Hoar offering is good, and the demand niiider lie market steady; sales SKIO idils. nt 4 at) State ,'1 '.' H-f J for guild extra led. and Mieh. , ..11 ,-.. ..1.. 1 ,1;.;.. .....1 f. and j7 V.',s:j for dunb. extra. Wheat in milling demand, especially lor red winter, and market drtii 1. t,li 'I.. l,.,,t..i .nld .Ml I1II1I 1,1, ,11 1 I l.'t for red ohiol-l Is foi white lad.-l J.S for choice Midi, uud Can, Corn dull and henvv buyers holding buck for lower rates, bin holders are not to yield inn, lit sales 1 j.Oilu lot nt clj for unsound lio fur sound, it .e ni l b 11 lev ijuiet and nominal Oats dull at 4S. at were e they p. back pos sible. year to of pub lished. und fair be !?!0d; lite the tilted lite of STEAMBOAT NOTICE THIS STEAMEK OLIVE UUAXIU CAl'TAIN K. F. 11 ALL, W KOKUKIil.V Of TlIK SI'K V14KU SUIH, AXI) WlU.l. KNOW TO 1'IIK I'litVKI.INii 1TUI.IC, TILL ran licuecii IVrrysburg and Toledo dining the season. as lollows: Leaves Perrvslmrg ut 7J A. M. and 1 P. M. Leaves Toledo at lu A. M. and 5 P. M. ?i?r'or fiieghl or pasage apply to llie Captain hoard, or to " J. ill. IN X, Agent. April T. Is'iS. Parrysburg, Ohio. A. II. t". lllltK'lvilN, 22 CtilFP STREET, NEW-YORK, M I r ICITI'.HK OF liii.tNH KViMNGi:-., nonoEiwriiic al. G It V 111 t l'i:il MCVM ULS, M'uiu uo rri.ix kiv. Gtasi Ware lor Cliemi-ito. Druggists, Perfumer I'liotogriidior. etc. Green Glass Ware bv the age. A I1l1er.1l discount to the trade. Ordor Country lru-i.u solu-iicd. Price LisU sent ou plication. Aug. it. ISes l lwLI. s "NTFF, Tobacco, uuJ Cigar A, No. 1 PI CK M HAMILTON. of is to NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Dr. liti lUN Family M 13 T I C I 1ST I T. S . DH. MJNT'tf 1IM.SVM for di.enses of the I hront and Lungs, For the cure of coukIm. colds, croups, sore tliront. weak limits, Innn senej, pain in the side, whooping cnnirh, Bstlmm, consumption, bron chitis. A safe und frond medicine. Those who use it w ill not need any one to recommend it. DK. l.rT'S r.Vfi SAI.VU cures sore eves, weak eyes, ilimiioss of sight, Inll.niialion of 'the eyes, bloodvhot eyes, and all disenses of the eyes or eye-lids. It never frircs pain, is never put In the eye, and effects great curet. It is equally good for OLD SOKES of erery kind, salt riicnm, feer sores, klnjrs evil, can cers, scald head, chapped hands and lips, pimples, &c., Vc. Dlt. HTNTS FEVER CUnE r If. Lie arouse the liver, purge tha system from billions matter, nnd cure the ague, chill nnd fever, dumb ague, and billions fever, colds and dyspepsia. A first-ruto med icine. DU.f.riMT'S LIVER OR ANTf-nif.T.IOirS I' I I.I.N are just the thing w hen a physic is need ed. They are good in nil kinds of fevers, ague, foul stomach, diarrhoeas, dysentery, costiveness, dyspepsia, liver complaints, rheumatism, nnd diseases of the skin, rpilll I.VDIEIH' Fill EX I) is a safe und rclitible 1 meiiicine for ,tl.e cure ot diseases pecvliah to rKMAI.KS. Whites, obstruction periods, bearing down pains, nervousness, palpitations of the heart, painful periods, irregularities, Sw. Use them a few weeks previous to confine ment ; but those who have not used them before, and remain weak and feelde, will be greatly bonetitted by usin them nfterward. Thoy prevent miscarriages, 'They relieve pain, giving quietness and sleep. They impart vigor and health. Try them, and thank us for ottering them to vou. G1. UEUOHVS fXNTANT CURE OF 1'AIX IT has necr been known to fall in cases of clioUra, rhottra mnrbut.iliarrlura cramp, vomiting, pain in the side, back, and head, colic, dysentery, loss of appetite, cold hands and foet, chillhinins, wounds, bruises, rheu matism, dyspepsia, broken breasts. A first rate fam ily medicine. " 23TKor snle by Pkck & Hamii.tov, rcrrysburg. Aug. 2(1, 1S.-.3 lfily Wood Coin. I'tcns. Vacation alter June Term, A. I). 1858. Abijnh Chile, ndin'r. of the estate of Elins Whipple, dee'd , vs. Apphia Whipple, Thomas I.. Bane, et.nl. f"MlK son ol Elins Whipple, by his iirst wife, whose .1. given name as well us plnce of residence is tin known, will take notice that Auu'ust 23, ISoS, Abljali Chile, as administrator of Elins Whipple, late of Wood county, Ohio, deceased, tiled n petition in the court of Common l'leas of Wood county. Ohio, setting forth the insufficiency of the personal estate nnd effects of said decedent to pay his debts, nnd asking nn order for the sale of his real cstato, described as tlio west half of the en-t part of the north-wc st fn cttonof sec tion twenty-nine ('2'.).) town hve(a) north, range e'tven (11) east, to pay the same, and for the assignment of dower to Apphiu Whipple, widow of said decedent, therein, and to ascertain nnd pay off certain alleged claims against and liens on said real estate. Said pe tition will bo for hearing at the October term, to wit: October It, IH.'iS, of said Wood county, Ohio, court of Common l'leas. JAMES MURRAY, Atty. of PUT. Aug. 2(i, ISofi lGwi;$l 34 Mieiilt's Snle. John Rowland, vs. Seth C. McDonald. 1Y virtue of an execution to me directed and deliv 3ered from tho Court of Commcn Pleas of Wood County; Ohio, in the above entitled cause, I will sell to tho highest bidder nt the door of the Court House, in l'errysbnrg, said county, on tho 4th day of September A. i. 1S58 at 1 o'clock, i m One single horse, top cov ered buguv, tukun on said execution, ns the property of Seth C' McDonald. C. V. NORTON, Sheriff. Aug. 23, lS.iS Hiw3$t.lO Wootl County JCfSTREAL ESTATE AGENCY.. F. A . It. IIOLIiiUCCK. WE have for sale and arc now offering upon reas onable terms, 16,001) acres of laud lying in Wood couiitv, Ohio. The above lands include good farms nnd farming la mi, prairie nnd timbered lands, lying in Montgom ery, Middlctcn. Plain, Freedom, Liberty, Lake, Jack s n, Portage, Milton, Troy, Henry, Wetistor, Bloom Center, Perry nnd Peirysburg townshii 9 ; and town lots in the town o( Perrysburg. We are audits for tha sale of the land known as the " Wadsworth Lands.'' Also agents for the sale of the lands known ns tho " Ely Lands," and for those known as the " Baker Lands.' We have olso for sale about 4,000 acres of land ly ing in Fulton, Putnam. Henry, Seneca, Lucas, Wyan dot, Ottawa nnd Sandusky counties. Persons wishing to purchase any of tho above lands, will enquire at the othce. tiZ-Onice in the Court House with Probate .ladge F.4: D. K. HOLLENBKCK, Aug. 19, 18.i8--l.".tf Perrysburg, O. " A Casket of (inni of H7 and WiSiiom.'' A THOUSAND AND ONE STORIES, Ob FACT AND FANCY, WIT AND UUMOK, RHYME, REASON AND ROMANCE. Edited by IS. GOODRICU--(l'ETEll PAULEY.) 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My connection for tho past eight years with the above Institution, Chief Physician, und a twelve year's course of steady devotion to tlie cure of Pulmonary Consumpt ion audits kindred diseases, together with mv unri valled opportunities and advantage of pathological research aided not n little by a perfect system oC- Ah'dirat Inhalation has ennolcd me to amve at aae cisive, direct, and successful course of treatment for' the positive and radical cure of all diseases of the' .... . w 1 . r 11.. .1. 1 lll'oai, X.uilgs, Uliu Air-l ussnua. 11) iiiuuiuwuii, tuo vapor und curative properties of medicines are direct , addressed to tho diseased organs and the integu ments. I do not advise the use of Medical Inhalation' of any kind, to the exclusion of general treatment ; and although 1 consider it a useful adjuvant in the proper munugeniont of those fearful and often fatal diseases, -yet 1 deem it very necessary that each patient should ' have the benelit of both general and local treatment. -Tho sujeess of nn treatment iu the ubove diseases.and ' the high chaructcr of the Institution over which I have so long had the honor to preside, are too well-' known to need any eulogy or comment from mo. At the solicitation of ninny private and pi ofcssional friend e through whoso philanthropic aid the above charity has been long and liberally supported, and nfter due' consideration, 1 have concluded to makesucn arrange ment! as will bring the benefits of my experience una treatment within liio reach of all, ana not confine my- self, as heretofore, to those only who entered the lu- - Urinary, or wno were aoio 10 visn ine ui uij umu. Hoping thercloie that the arrangement will give entire -satisfaction, both to my professional brethren and the ' public, I would respectfully announce in conclusion, that 1 can now be consulted personally, on all diseases us ubove uud that the medicines, the same as used in' the Institution, prepared to suit each individual case,. lnhnlin Vapors, Medical Inhalers, ic, &c , will be forwarded bv express to any part of the United Stales orthe Cumulus. Tk.ums My terms of treatment by letter are as follow, via: $H por month for each pa- tient, which will include medicine sullicient lor ono v mouth's use ; ulso. Inhaling Vupor, and Inhaling Apr paratus. Payment n follows; s-U to be paid to pies Agent on receipt of the box of medicine, sad I the balarce Sfti nt the expiration of tlie mouth, If the- patient be cured or U entirely satisfied with the treat ment. Patients, giving a full'history of their tare, and. their symptoms in full, can be treated as well by Utter ' as by peivouul examination. Patient availing them- solve ot D r. jarrett s treatment may rely upon iiume--diate and permanent relief, ns he seldom has to mat a onso over thirty duys. Letter for advice promptly answered. For further particular address JA.MF.S M. JARRKTl'. M.D.. No. 820 Broadway, cor. Twelfth St;, N. I.. P, S Physicians and other visiting the city are respectfully invited to call at the Infirmary, where I inuny interesting cases cuu be witnessed, and where. I our improrej apparatus for the inhalation of luoel- icated vapor cau be seen and inspected. Aug. 5. 13mn' V"i JV. AitL SELLING Lard, Liusned, aud other oils- alt loner tig are than any other ooncera on the Mauiliee. Candle at retail !owr than wholesale prieee at To ledo, and of superior quality to auy sold in this mar ket ?i?The above for cash only. Maj-eh IS, ltiaS. 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