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Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. ooina Merit. KigM Exp.-llSO r. Mail 11:30 A. Freight"" ..6:26 A. flOISO FORTH. NightExp."'-.V00 i. Mail ji:uu r. II. Freight 7:07 F, M , To Subscribers. Volume nine closed with last week's issue, and W are compelled to rail upon delinquent to settle p. We stand In need of money end those who know themselves to be indebted to as on subscrip tion hive no reason, we think, tn defer payment. As an inducement to Clubs, we haro concluded to allow tlw following Club Rates to stand until the first of June, after which time the regular price or $1,50 will be charged for volume nine: fci copies one year ( to six subscribers) tl.35cach. Ten copies one year (to ton subscribers) 1.23 each. Fifteen copies one year (to 15 subscribers) 1.1 A each. Twenty copies 1 year (to 20 subscribers) 1.00 eneh. I37"0ne copy extra of tho JOUKXAL will be sent to the person getting up a club of six or more, and an additional extra copy will be sent for every additional twenty subscribers or, to any person sending us a list osi.tty subscribers, with the cash, we will give, in addition to tho extra copy of the JOURNAL, any one of the three dollar magazines for one year. t37Old subscribers enn join any of these Clubs provided they first pay up arearuges on Volume ; and no subscriber can receive, the JOUKXAL at Club rates unless by joining with a club. tit? "All orders for papers to Clubs mast t ac companied with the cash, or cl.se they will not be scut. JSP" To single subscribers the price of the paper will remain as heretofore SI .10 a year in advance, $2 if not paid before the expiration of the yc.tr. !tjrLet us have a rousing list of club subscribers to commence the new Volume with. E3?"AU Clubs for Volume Nine must be sent h this office prior to May 30, 1801, with the cash. JOHN W. BAILEY, Proprietor. Removal of the Journal Office. The Journal office has been removed from (),,, I .. corner of Front street and Louisiana Avenue, to the room abovo Brown fc Hunt's stove store, Louisiana Avenue. The Schooner Ben Franklin Is again nt the dock taking in a load of grain Thanks. lion. Jnmes Murray will please accept our thanks for a copy of the "Fourth annual Report of the Ohio Commissioner of Statistics." Seeding Potatoes. Ceo. B. Kreps has on hand a supply of English Kidney potatoes, for see ling purposes. Those who desire early and good potatoes, should avail them selves, of this opportunity to secure some. A Postmaster Dead. We learn from the Toledo ffiwh of Friday, that George- Walbridgc, Esq., recently appointed post master of that city, died about noon Hint day. Mr. Walbridge was thirty-six years of age, and was, we believe, a nephew of Secretary Chase. The Journal. We suppose tho enlarged appearance of the Jocr- NAL, last week, as well as tho iueiva.sed amount of I reading matter, was very acceptable to our patrons. Will they not in turn feel like doing something for ust we mean those who still owe us on volume 8. We pox t Common Pleas Court. Tho May term of the Wood County Common Pleas commenced on Tuesday last Judge White ly on the Bench. This will ailord a good opportunity to our friends in the country to call ttud settle up fur their sub scription. Correction. Nineteen numbers of the Waynesfield Guards publish a card in last week's fSejuvn correcting a slanderous report, w hich has fi r some days been in dustriously ciivulated by various parties. They state emphatically that it was the intention of the Guards to join St.'o.lmaii's regimonfand they were only prevented by a misunderstanding between Mr, S. and themselves. TIiy iu-e still ready mid wil ling to go if the country requires their services. Head Quarters "Fort Meigs ltitle Caw Tayi.uk, May 4, Istil. j Editor Joit.nal : You will confer a favor on the undersigned by publishing the following state ment : To our fri-nila anil riuliec I Dkar Fkiunhs : We have learned with deep re gret that reports of our disaffection have liecn circu lated at home, and we take this method of informing you that there is no truth iu them. We do not now wish to desert unr never have. We have all had opportunities of doing so, and could have left camp had we desired. We have been passed out of camp by our officers, and strolled for hours through the city and again returned voluntarily to our duty. It is true we have, had soma hardships to endure, but we came for that purpose. We volunteered to' serve our country in the hourot peril. We expect to bear and brave whatever of danger and hardships thoro amy be iu war, and do n"t expect to be boinc to victory ou downy beds of ease, but wo expect to force victory nt tho point of tho bayonet, iiud we would rather endure the privations of a soldier's life or full in the breach, than enjoy the deserter's in- glorious ease. We hope, therefore, that you will at homo (as we do here) indignantly spurn the slan der. Wo entreat of you to entertain of us the same honorable opinion which you expressed at our de parture. We are the same now us then. We have given up all to servo our country, and we are deter mined by the help of God, to servo her faithfully and efficiently. Wo will cheerfully endure tho cold,the Iieat and storms, and the enemy's most galling fire, but do not, Oh, do not send us to tho field of conflict Stung by the viper tongue of slander. We love our country and frieeds too much ever to desert the one or disgrace the other. Hut we all love the beauti ful Hag which was presented to us by the fair ladies of l'erry8burg shall we desert Unit 1 A'o neixr Rather than disgritco a single fold of it we will make it our winding sheet, and rest in peace iu a soldier's grave. Within tho last f mr days there has been a great tiuuige in anairs una. wo are ail comiortablt! John C Albert C Zanger J I Borden R Blinn Alex.llViion Herbert Crook II Carter E O Couture J Cullen H L Craino M Craven A Edwards A (Jignao Kllany Jos. Lindsay J MoCaugli'y F Mc.Maliau C A Norton II H I'oweis J M Perriu H Keitber (J Shepperd H Sawyer Nathan Titll L Watkins D Audlefinge 1) Bentley L. Beardslev J Chappd H Charles J Carter S Cook J Crofts (1 M Conner V B Darling J W Bruce J Bowles . : Jesse Bruce ' Denjumine Cox A W Carroll I Cornelius W S Cox Mamuel Charter II Conrad A Davis Leonard Fish W H Iloltenbeck J A Wbitlock J II La Farro George Miller W D Perrin R Pergillis R F Ferriu J T Kither N J Strickland M Sheohy W P Shoemaker P B Wallace C Lindsay J J Thornton J R Perry Jl UBarr O M Edclman .1 G llufi'man F Johnson D O Lucas E W Merry James Martin S W LaFarre Wm Pen-in J L IUal A Shanig J Strauso Wm Spaulding J f Averill M Witzlvr J E Wilkison A McMahon 11 Clluntinirtnu L B Blinn E L Baird J B SpaOoid For the Journal. The Gilead Worth Guards. In eighteen hundred and sixty-one a war has ac tually begun. Our country calls her bravo sons forth then hurra each gallant son of the North. Ana who tins call so much regards as a company called the Oilead Worth Ciuards T Intelligent, ac tive, brave, they are commanded by Cauuin O. V. Cart. On the 20th of April they left their friends this glorious lanou to aekiui, to maintain the rights their fatliers wou, or nobly perish one by one. Then "forward march 1" ye sous of might, you aro strong enougn to protect tne right ana ttiu uisuniomsts way beware of the day wlien tho " Worth Ciuards" ' shall meet them iu battle array. Then on to the charge, to your country prove true, while so proud ly floats over you the red, whito and blue. Otfr lira vers shall attend vou wherever vou pa. and VOU die. ni&T vou full with voitr fatHt Lr, tlia fn. Then be noble and brave, and may this coming year aua star to uia name ot each vuluntoer. Lot the - secession boys see that you're not in fuu.that you're wuim wuw uui uub( in (ho warw ui, xueuoii ' - Ward to VOUr OOUntrv'a ,iri. hr hIjii unA ati-ii,MM de. feed, and on the Uod of Battles vou safely can Jo- Eend. May you walk in the ptb of virtue, may apniness and joy ever surround the pathway sue ii m eoiuiy Buy a, MOLLIE. The Ottawa Volunteers. Two companies of Volunteers (Vera Oj'awa pass ed through hers on Monday. They were a fine and healthy looking set of fellows, and will undoubted! render a good account of themselves. Twenty-ono Volunteers from this place left with the Ottawa soldiers rbr the purpose of joining the Fort Molg Rifles. They went onder the charge of Lieut L. Blinn, who came home on Saturday even ing en a visit to bis family, and to take back several of the boys who had left Camp Taylor without the Captain's consent. Wanted. A small girl, who is ablo to make herself gener ally useful about the household. Apply immediate ly at this office. Yovno Mah. Rnn Tins ! ! ! Wise Counsels for the Young can dj hnd in "The Invalid's Medical Con'nlant," published by the undersigned for the benefit of persons who suffer from Nervous Debility, Prctniluro Decay, Ac., supply log Hie means of euro. Imprudent Maturity and Youthful Indiscretions are summarily dispelled. Thousands have hailed this little worlt with delight, and date their restoration to usefulness in society from their fh-st perusal of its interesting pages. 'Sond your address for a copy, with a three cent stamp for return postage to DU. JOHN U. OODEN CO.. 2w3 Ncs. 84 and 60 John St., New York. Da. S. A. Wkwer's Canker ano Salt Riiki-m Syiivp. The object of this fymp Is to throw all impurities which are in the bl'ood out upon the sur face of the skin, which in the only true way that the blood ran ever be freed from tliem. When they are out upon tho skin, they can nt once bo removed bv applying the Cerate , which will in all cases effect n jiermanent cure. There is no external ap plication which will alone permanently cure this class of diseases. Sold by Peck &' Hamilton, l'errysbnrg, Ohi. " 62wt Valfablk Mkpioink. We presume no medical preparation ever offered to the public has been more thoroughly tested than PEUItY DAVIS' FAIN K I I.I.Kit. Thousands of persons, were they called on to do so, would cheerfully testily that they have used it for various ills, with the most satisfactory success. It is within our own knowledge, that an immense amount of suffering has been relieved by it. lis proprietors, Messrs. 1'erry Davis ft Son, save no pains or expense in or.lor to sat'sfy the public. Being strictly honorable men.thov observe the utmost uniformity in tho manufacture of their celebrated I'ain Killer. The materials of which it is composed are carefully selected nono but the best quality kcing used. 'By these means the high reputation 'which the Fain' Killer has long since acquired is at all times triumpnantly austainu 1. In view of these facts, we are by no means surprised to learn that Messrs. Davis A- Son's sales are con stantly and rapidly increasing. While we con gratulate our friends generally that so valuable a preparation as the I'ain Killer is placed within their reach, we must be permitted to rejoice at the well merited success of its liberal and enterprising proprietors. -V'rnriVidirc (J-tu-nil bov-Wwec. Sold by Puck Sc. Hamilton" Perrysburg, Ohio. S2.4. Du. Richardson's Sukrky Wine Hitttks. The great success of this medicine has been an inducement for others to manufacture innumerable kinds of Bitters, with which the whole country has for many veal's been Hooded. The number and varictv thai has been offered to the public, since the introduction of Dr. Richardson's Sherry Wine Bit ters, mav be counted bv thousands: and not one of which can be named, that is now existing, that was lntn.uuccil even twenty years later llian the origin of this medicine. They suddenly appeared, tvitu naming niineunceiii "ULs ot their reniai Kaoiu virtues, but as quickly d-'parted, and were seeu no more. Sold by 1'kck & Hamilton, Perrysburg, O. G2w4. Home Testimony. Oii.k.wi, Wuon I'ofNTV, Ohio. ) August ISth. S Du. C. W. Rohack. Dear Sir : Permit me to form vou and all suflering humanity nfllicted as I have been, of the benefit I have derived from your valuable Scandinavian Blond Purifier and Pills. I have had a deficiency in niv lungs for some two years, that baffled all the skill of our best Physi cians, both at home and abroad : besides 1 had the Dvstirnsia sobaur,' that niv lood would not stay m my stomach in tlio smallest quantities ; and through thest diseases I becume so emaciated and weak 1 could scarcely walk, and sometimes could not. But 1 am hearty and reasonably well at tnc present, and I allege the cause to your medicines, for 1 took no others at that time, and much thanks to you for the Almanac that accidentally fell intoniv hands. lw4eoin Yours truly. J. BALMKR. Mexican Mustang Liniment. From rich and ii or, bund and five, nil colors. grades, and conditions of life, the same meed of praise is awarded tins wonuerlul article, rroresarj liealed, pains relieved, lives saved, valuable animals made uselul. and initio I ills assuaged ny tins re markable im-dieiue. l-'or cuts, bruises, sprat is, rheumatism, swellings, bites, strained horses, &.C., it has no equal among tinim -nts, oininiens or salves. It istne housekeepers an I Inrnu-r s mend, w eks of illn.'Si and loss of time are saved by an early ap plication ot .Mustang Liniment. Jt should always been hand. Be careful of whom von bu v, and have It w arranted ns genuine. All genuine will hereaf ter bear the signature of '. W. Wkstiuiook. (.'he mist, and I). S. Barnks, Proprietor, with the words irade ".Mark in two m-dallions ot the federal currency. Sold at '; cts.. i)U els. mid ? 1 .00 per oot ttle. bv nll respectable dealers thto -ighont the world. 4'J-intJ D. S. RAUNF.S, Now lork. Mothers, read this. The following is an extract fr ni a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist church to the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati. Ohio, and speaks vol umes in favor of that world-renowned in "dicine Mas. Winslow's Sootuinu Svitft' fur children tkkthinh: "We sec nn ndvertis "incut in vou.- columns of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sviun. Now we never said a word in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we feel compelled to say to cur readers, that this is no humbug wb havk trikd it amd know it to nn all it claims. It is, probably, oue of the most successful medicines of the day, be cause it is one of the la-st: and those ot your readers who have babies can't do better than bday in a supply. 41M y. How Does Peruvian Syrup I Cure so many diseases nnnarentlv dissimilar T Whenever the mind is taxed more tlian the body.the penalty is Dyspepsia, tho most convenient name for a legion of complaints, beginning ith impaired diges tion, and generally ending in Consumption, and all originating in u deterioration ot the blood. irrom the ucv. nr. Vii-ecnieni.j Cincisnati, October 12, 1859. I have derived so much personal benefit from the 'Peruvian Syrup," that I do not hesitate to reeom iiioud its use" to all that large class of cases, where iron is the efficient remedy. To clergymen especial ly, and persons whoso occupations tax heavily the nervous energies, or to sufferers from the debilitating ctlects of summer heats, 1 believe this to be an inval uable remedial agent. r. it. tint.hM.fcAr, Rector of St. rani's Church. 'I'EiifVlAN Sybi'p" is a solution of Protoxide of Iron, a new discovery in medicine, nnd strikes at the root of disease bv producing healthy blood, the snurco of all vitality in human organism. For sale all bv 'druggists. Ageuts for Perrvsburg, Peck A Hamilton. " 48w4 SPECIAL NOTICES. 1 if I 1 I of fill'ORTANT TO F K MALES! 1 PR. CIIEESEMAX'S FILLS. Prepared bv Cornelius Checscman, M. D. New York City The combination of ingredients in these Pills are" the result of a long and extensive practice. They nix- mild in their operation, and certain ill correcting till irregularities, painful Menstruations, removing all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise; bead ache, pain the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous ntlections, hysterics, fatigue, pain the back und limbs, ic, disturbed sleep, which arriso from interruption of nature. 10 .maruikd Ijapika. nr. Liiccsemas s Puis aro invaluable, as they will bring on tho monthly peri od with regularity. Women who have been disap pointed in the use of ether Pills ean plaoe the utmost connounce in ur. K hocseman s 1 ills doing all they represent to do. Notice. There is one condition in the female sys tem in wincii tne fins cannot be taken without pro ducing a reccMAK ltssrLT. The condition referred to is hKKONACY and the rusult,MisCAKiti auk. Such is the irresistable toudencv of the medicine to ru store tho sexual functions to a normal condition .that even the reproductive power of nature cannot resist it. Warranted purely vegetable nnd free from any thing injurious, explicit directions, which should De read, accompany each oox. rneo si. Rent by mail oa enclosing 1 to Dr. Cornelius L. Chccsemau, box 4.i.)l, I'ost-otlice, e xork t-ity. J-?"Sold by one Druggist in every town in the L. B. 11. ii. lit IC'lllAS, UoneraJ Agent for tho U. 8., No. 14 Broadwsy, To whom all orders should be addressed. For sale by Fix 1 1 11 amiltox. Perry lnug. . - r p p. p. X e PAPK'S TRICKLY PLASTERS. They Impart Strength they Annihilate Pain. Theso delightful plasters yield readily Park's to the motion of the body, absorb perspi Patent I ration and throw ofl all the od'ensive Porus coagulated impurities of the system, Frickly They should be used for all Chronic l'lasleis iPauis, Faiulness, Dyspepsia, Colds, Con- Are sumption, Kheuniatism, rymale neak Sold nt-ss, tu. Thev retain their active prop By all eruos when oilier Plasters are useless.and Dealers whera applied puiu cannot exist. Every From fuinily should have them. Ore siu 1 to 2 cloth, three sizes on leather. Sample sent ajiuhib. uy niau, on rcociinoi cents. D. Sa. BARNES, 13 4 13 Park RovN. April, I80X-4.9IJ, THE LATEST NEWS. ou T T HE FIRST GRAND ARRIVAL at the Tho Urrnt Dry Good ltar.nnr! COMPETITION DKFIED! GOODS FOR THE MILLION ! v, -H . HILL I! II A C O , would respectfully announce to the citizens of PERRYSBURG AND VICINITY, That they have just received direr t from New York a largo and well selected assortment of new and CIIKAr DRY GOODS ! FOR THE STRING AND SUMMER TRADE, Comprising all the leading styles of Fancy, Staple and Domestic Dry Goods. NEW STYLES OF CATES AND MANTILLAS, Ladies' Goods, HOOP SKIRTS, SHAWLS, HOSIERY, EIO., ETC. VERY CHEAP. Dry Goods, Groceries, Ready Made Clothing, riats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, ' Hardware, Crockery, Ac., And, in fact, everything usually kept in a FIRST-CLASS STORE, All of which will be sold at extraordinary LOW PRICES. lfSwiot our Market report in to-day's paper. We buy and sell in accordance with the price giv KTRcmeinber the plaee, F. R. MUlr r A Co., posits the Perrysbtu-g Bank Buildmg. rtrryiburg, Mav id, J8l, op GOODS & GROCERIES. EW CJOODSAT Bi K V tV KMTOT KLIN An entire stock of New Goods have recently beea opened by the subscriber, consisting of all the vari eties of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS I lists and Caps, Uroeeries, Soaps, Candles, Hardware, Jiails, Putty, White Lead, Vowder. Shot, Tea, t CoflV. SuKr, ' Moi-e, UouU, Siioas, Bconots, Fur, Candirs, Cloves, Uitujxr, Spioe. Cinnamon, liaitlna. Essences, Kutmeft, White Fish, Codfish, Flour, Meal, and numerous other articles on hand, to be sold FOR READY FAY ONLY I as this is the only method which allows the mer chant to sell CllEAF. Wheat, CornJ. Barter, Buckwheat, Fotaioes, Apple. Butter, l.ard, Bccswa. Beef, Fork, Holes, Skins, Furs l'clts. Stares, Hoop Poles, 4c. will 1 purchased or taken for Ooods. A. F.. JKKOME. N. B. 1 shall also lie connected with the, Stor age, Forwarding and Commission Business of this place, and hope to merit the confidence and appro bation of the ueople. A. E. JKKOME. Mav, 1801 Ir. QROCHRY .XI PKOVIMIOX STORE Low l'nct'9 und Heady ! tot- Havinir tnirchascd tho entire stock of OROCEIV IES formerly owned by Oeo. W. Hollenbeck,)! will continue business AT THE OLD STAND, Where, having replenished the Stock with a large and ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT, I am now prepared to supply the riluens of Terrys burg, and surrounding country with Groceries niul Provisions, Of the choicest kinds and at tho cheapest possible f trices. Those wishing to purchase anything iu my inc will find it to their advantage to give mo a rail, as everything I s-ll will be SOLD AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES I have on hand, also, a large and well selected stuck of BOOTS AND SHOES, which I warrant to give satisfaction or no sale. l-f?"All kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods. J. H. WEBB. l'errysbnrg, Nov. 29, 18rt0- tf RAND SPRING O I H N 1 N C; R is now receiving his first stock of SPRING GOODS WHICH WKKE SOl'UUT AT C A.VIC IHKT.3 1 STYLES ARE NEW and beautiful, and Will be sold at ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES I CALL KAIll.V. WM. ROBERTSON'. Maiimee City, ., May 8. 18(11. 2? PRY ANT, FOLSOM, STllATTOT A FELTON'S MKRC AN II LE CO I. LEGE, Cleveland, Ohio. One of the Eight Colleges of the "NATIONAL CHAIN, located at New York city, Philadelphia, Albanv, Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago and St. Louis. Scholarship pnrcliusod at this point good for all ' uol leges. oheatkst iNDrcEiicjrrs is thk gmtkd statls, For full particulars of our extensive collegiaUt course, embracing all branches pertaining commer cial sciencejthe uniou of Cleveland colleges, with a thorough corpsof teachers and lecturers, nnd twe practical and cxperenccd resident principals; th uationcl chain system, a Her ding far more and bctto advantcges than any single, isolated school can pre tendto. t racheal and I'rnamontal 1 cninansini taught by oue of the best American Artists, whos specimens are taking premiums at all the fairs; THE COLLEGE HANK at which students do business in handling nionof making depusitc, discounting notes, drawing notus. drawing chec ks, Ac.ithc GREAT RAILROAD SET, embracing ticketing, freighting, station business, entries of Auditor, Cashier, ccc. the only complete set yet introduced! ltryant A Stratum's Text books, lo be used iu connection with manuscripts ; their three works nn liook Keeping, their Counting House edition being 320 pages, their Commercial Calcula tions 1100 pages, both published by lvisomSc. Phinney ?cw lork; their commercial L,aw,wntten iyjmos Dean. L. L. D.. Professor of Lew in the University of Albany ,and,published by D. Applcton &Cu.,New York. Address, for catalogues, circulars or informs turn of any kind, two postage stamps enclosed. FOLSOM A FELTON, Cleveland, Ohio. September, 1800 211y. QOA Oil,, Coal Oil Coal Oil, Coal Oil, New Supply, New Supply, Ne Supply, Kew Supply; Only 80 cents per gallon! Only B0 cents per gallool Only 80 cents per gallon! Only 80 cents per gallon! At the Prug Store, At the Drug Store, At tho Drug Store, At the Drug Store "Come all and try it, And you'll e'er boy it." PECK A HAMILTON. IMTCn LETTING. 1J Notice is hereby iriven that on the Hth day of June next, at the house of John U. Ford, iu Perry Township, 1 will let to tho lowest bidder in separate sections, the nuking of drain No. commencing about eu rocs wcstol tttc souto post of section 11, town 3 north, rsnge 12 east; thonee northerly sod nor ih-eaaUurljr to a point near the cotor of the south-east quarter of section 1, said Township. The Motion are 20 rods each length ) thu bottom to be 8 foct, and slopes 1, rise 1 base ; the earth to be thrown 3 feet beyond slopes. The whole to be completed by the 1st of October next, to the acceptance of the County Comwihtdon cra. ADDISON SMITH, Auditor. Auditor's Office, Wood oouniv, Ohio. Fwrv.btws, ilsy Id I8tl-Iwf t9. r. THE WAR RAGING. ; 19, H in in to the G R A X D ARRIVAL 0 F Sm.Ntl AND SUMMER GOOD3! A I "HEAD QUARTERS!' PERRYSBURG, OHIO. My stock Is new and welt selected and embrsres the best, latest and cheapest styles of STATLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, ALL UOINO, tiOlXO C II K A V FOR OAS II ! CLOTHS, CASS1MEKES, VF.STIXUS, HATS AND CAPS All of the latest and very best fabric. HOOTS AND SH0r:s, and CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER on short notice and V A 11 R A N T V. D TO F I T A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS, alwava on hand. I am receiving this spring the largest stock of G It 0 0 E 11 I E S ever brought to this city, which I intend t- SELL VERY LOW FOR CAS1'. FLOUR: I keep on' hand PEARL MILLS XX FIOLH, which always gives the very best satisfaction. COFFEES: Java, Bantoss and Rio. TEA: Imperial, Itlark and Young Hyson. SUGARS: Crushed, Code Sugar, Common lo Prime. TOBACCOS: All kinds from Twist to the finest Cavendish. In ihort, every thing usually kept in a wholes and retail dry goods sod grocery store. The Highest Market Price IX CASH OR TRADE, Taid for produce of all kinds, NOTICE. Persons bringtng in Corn will uke noure that it must bo first thoroughly cleaned. The "Emuis Houston" is now receiving grain regularly st the Perrysburg Dock. ' WM. n OUST ON. MISCELLANEOUS. do A LBAXT STO VES B R O W X ft II tr J t . At their old stand in Petryabnrr, Ohio, hire en band, and for sale, an endless vartetf of eeleuralel COORIXU, PARLOR AND BOX STOVfctS, Hkninff In price to auil wants of nil, from 14 to 35 each, furrrishod In tho aiost substantial numiT. with either Tin ir Cop per furniture. IM jw we give the n.ime s of Stoves i Aias, hot sir, 3 i, s. sfpis-e stovei, tllobe. air Ught, 2 sitis, dj New World, 4 do do Clipper, air tight, eler teJ ovi m, ? sit Mudntiiii, da do 'J do Heaper, do do 3 d) rrniiui?is, 4 do For a farmer's st-ire, the Mountain and K.-apcr f nnot O? cn'isica, raring VVZttS OF VF.R i' LAROF. CAPAClTr. The pie Cuming cut back of the oven, (and not on tho top, ss most elevstod oven stov s.) and arj wtirrsnted t give entire satHflicfion in ell fascsj Uiev being m.vle of the b-st Scotch pig inn, are not as liable to crack as the li'itbd'i stove. Tlie joints are ground and cemented, and firmly mounted. Those in want are requested to call and ex imiii'3 stoves and prices, we can aafelv Sky we earnings you a betterstove lor loss iuon:y man any eiia-r eou Cern It: the country," os navr AT Al.t. TIMI-H, PLAIN A .1 APPAXNEI) TIN WAKE, STOVE PITK SIOVK FUMM l'UKI', A.., A , vtrj t tTJoh Work, in all its forms done to order. WANTED, in cxchvigo, Cash, Corn, Hides, Fur, t'elts, haua, W ax, oU Iron, Ac, ,c. BKOWN illVXT. reiTvsburg, May SJ, 1S0P tl j I)0 YOU WANT WrUSKllH? DO YOU WAST WtllVKKR-rf DO YOU WANT A MUST AC11I! ? 1)0 YOU WANT A MUSTACHE T 1) KLLINHHAM S C 1 ; L E R A 1 h I ) STIMt l.ATIN8 OSafT.NT. TOIt TRS WHIkKmS VI II .tut. The subset Ibcrs lake pleasure iu announcing to tho Citmnaof the Unit I Stt"S, thnt they haw ob taiu.'d tho Ag.mcy for, and are now '-nabi-id tn offer to the American public, the above Jusilv cele bra ted and world-renowned article. THE STIML'LATIXU O.NOl'KXT is prepared bv Dr. C. r. Hi i.i.isoium. an eminent physician of London, and is warranted to bring out a thick set ot WHISKERS OR A MUSTACHE. in Irom three to six wees, i tus nnticic is the on Iv one of the kind used by the Fi-i noli, and iu l.en ilon and 1 aria it is in universal use. It is a beautiful, ceononiieal.s.iotliiiig.vct stimula ting compound, acting as if by magic upon the riots, cUnsing a beautiful growth' of luxuriant hair. If applied to the scalp, it will cor - Im Linens, an I causes to spring up iu place of the bald spote u line irrowth of new hair. Applied according to direc tions, il will turn red or tow y hair dark, and restore gray hair to its or'minal enlnrjeaxing it s 't, kiiuoIi, and llexible. The "Ongiient" is an indispensable article In every gentleman's toilet, and after one week's use they would not for any consideruKon be without it. The subscribers are the only Agents for the nr ticU in the United States.to whom all orders must be addressed. Price One Dollar a box for sale by nil Druggists and Dealers; or a box of the "Ongneiit" (wanvnted to have the desired riled) will be Rent to any who desire it, by mail (direct,) securely parked, n re ceipt of price and postage, f I 1ft. Apply to or address HOllACE L. HKOE.MAX A C , niiruuisTs, c. 43iutl I I M illiam Stroet, New Xork. A PAIR OF REAL NOVELTIES, ASK O.VK WITIIOIT A MATE. 1st.- "THE PAPER NECK TIE." ( Patent applied for. This Tie is mad.' entirely of paper, 10H difT i-cnt styles, and iu perfect imitation of silk and other fab lies. The price is so low tint a gi wll 'in in may wear a new Tic every day, und vet not be chargea ble with extravagance, or out- I ic can be worn Iron i to 0 days, if necessary to economize. 21. THE RELIEF TIE. (Patented Jan. T. ISfit.) This is doubtless the most perfect silk Tie ever in vented, nnd is just what the ii.mii implies, a perfect 'Rebel Ironi all liirllier troii'ile in tying hows. XI.-TI1E LACE EDoFtiE. An exipiisitelv beautiful article- it has only to b seen to be admired. SAIU'll & P.RMITWKK. Side Manufacturers, No, :ili Warren Street, X. V. N. It. We sell to Wholesale Jobbers can or ler "iu gnod.t only. otintry Merchants of anv Whol.-s.ile House with whom they ar de.il.ng. MRS. WINSLOW, An evpcricneod Nurse and Female Physician, pre sents to the attention of mothers, her S I) O T II I N (t S V R U V , Koit ciuuiiiKs Ti:niiisi:, which greatly faoiltitales tha process of teethiitg.bv sortciiing the gums, rodiieing ull iult.ininiatiou ill -allay all pain and spasmodic action, ami is St'HK TO ItKOfl.ATi: THK HOW IMS. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to j our selves, and UELKIP AMI IIKAI.TII TO Yul'lt INFANTS It not only relieves the t liil I from pain, but in It erates tho Jilomnch and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone aii-1 energy to tlie uhole system. It will almost instantly relieve oniriNo in Tin: now'Ki.s, tsn wtvf coi.ic snd overcome convulsions, which, if not speedily re m -ilidd, end in dealli. We believe it the best ami surest remedy in the woill, in all cases of Dysen tery and Diarrlio;a in children. iietlier it arises from teething, ur from any otlier cause. We would say to every mother who has a chil l sull'-ring from any of the foregoing complaints- do not let your pr 'ju dices, nor the pr 'indices of others, stand between vou and tour suliiring child, nil I the relief that will riesure yes, absolutely sur. -t" follow the use this in 'dicine, if tint ly used. Full directions for using will accompany' each hoiile. None genuine unless the fac-similo of CL'KTLS Si PEHKINS, New-York, is on the outside wrapper. Sold by ull Druggists and Dealers in M 'nicines in Wood counlv. Principal Office, 15 Cedar street, X. Y. ritiCE ON I.Y W.' V EN IS PER IJOl'TLE. April, ISf.l s'.Hy. ITCH LETTIXt;. Noticu is hereby given that on the 10th day Juno next, at tlie house of Nelson Wolcti, in Mont gomcry Township, 1 ill hit to tlie lowest bid ler, in separate, sections, the making of drain known as drain No, 7; conmi-'iicing between sections Xo. anil 11, in Montgoiu ry Township, lit or near the hm I own-s I by Forl'iish ; tin n -e running n n-ih within the bounds of tiic road in Moulgom -ry Tow it ship, also between see t ions H 1 mid in Freedom Tonnsliip to tlie liollervillo and Pornige F. Road ; thencif nortli-werterly within the hounds the same, to empty intu the "Itig Run." near the north-east corner of section XI in Freedom To.vu ship whe.-eat to lerniinate. '1 lie work comprises 2 drains; No, 1 Ix-ing that part which lies north of the county road running vast and west through the north-east quarter of sec tion 10 Montgomery Township; Xo. 2 constitutes all of that part which lies south of said road : division No. 1 consists of 47 sections of 2H rods each, nnd the width of tho bottom of the lirstl2to be 3 feet, tho following 8 of i feet, aud the remainder 5 feet. Divisoin Xo. 2 comprises 8 sections of IS rods and 10 links each, with a bottom of 2 feet in width bank slopes 't fe 'I base to I vertical ; the cuttings to he made in accordance with the profile and plut of the Engineer. Tbo work b) bo completed to the acceptance of the County Commissioner.! by the 1st day of October, 1881. Sale to com in once' at 10 o'clock, A . M. ADD1SOX SMITH, Auditor. Auditor's Office, Wood county, Ohio. Purrysburg, April 23d, lSl-'-lwi$H 73. H OWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA. A Benevolent Institution established by special endowment, for thu relief of the aick snd distressed, alllicted with Virulent and Epidemic diseases, and especially for the cure of diseases of the Sexual Or gans. Medical advice givoa gratis, by the Acting Pur geou, to all who apply by letter, wiib a disruption of their condition, (ago, occupation, habits of life, Ac.,) and in ruses of extreme poverty, Medicines furnished freo of rhurga. Valuable reports on S?pcrmitorr'ncaa, aud other diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on the new rem edies employed in tho Dispensary, sent to iheafllie.l ed in sealed letter iuvclopca, fr,'e of charge. Two or three stamps for ioM-ieeill he acceptable. Address DR. J. SK1LL1X HOVOUTON, Acting Rm-geon Uow.tr 1 Association, No. 'i south Owstrts' Philadelphia, ls. liv order of the Diiectois. OEO. FAIKCHILD, Seci-etarv. Jan, 1, '61. F.ZKA D, HEATWEIL, Prewdeot. Ayer'fi Sarsaparilla. LEGAL ADV'S. of of Ii) of ; QOURr OT COMMON PLLAtf, WUOU CO. Hrj Phillips ar,1 Albrt IT. ufer v C'hsrlesj m.lTller ct SI. the (!efndrt Iivl Whitman win take not' tb on th 2?th day of Namh, ll. theplsiMlftsi Ilntv Phillips std Albert HeufnrflV-il thsir pctltloa against Charles StshWr, his wifo Adeline Stahler, Ivi Whitman and o'Jiers in the C"nrt of Common Pleas, within and for the eotfrvtv of Wood and rHate of Ohio, and which te still is-mllng therein, and thst the object and prayer of said petition Is to obtain an ordi-r for the sale of the following premises situate in r r-edore township, v ood comity, vuw, and bt ing the nrth-wost fractional psrt of section elcvetr in towi-ship fire, north ranfe twelv east, lylnfr on the north si le of Portaffo river, supposed to be I.' r-s in re or I -se; si so the south-west pert of the past part rf the S"UtH-west quarter of section two. wn live norm, mure twelve estt, containing va acres, more or lesst also the csst part of the north west fraeti, njl of section lcven, tlan fire north of range twelve osir, ccntlnlrgtwosers morenr lees; nii.t tr tne application or u.e pnxieods arising from the s ile of said premises to the payment of the m -unt due sii 1 plsin'.fri upon tho note of said de fenlsnt Chaib a fttaliltr, dat.sl September 30tb, 1 S.'0. for the in vment to s-dd plaintiff's of tilt in one yer-r after dato w ith niu-rest from dale until paid,at the rate M t-n per cen per milium: toe payment ot said inf' Wns scriin-1 bv & Inortgspe upon Said premises: said plsintifls ai r iu said petition that a cousm mottgiige executed by said Stabler and wife and delivered to said tinman and recorded .in vol. S of mortc ige. nag' 4 of Wood coutitv rec ords, has been fully diachars-od. Said detvudAiit M hitman ill also take nouoe that uiil -ss b" answers ssld petition on or before llw 2Mb day of May, 1SCI, tudgment will be rendered against him bv default according tn titer prayer there.! M.-R.A R. WAlTE.atty'afor plBTs. April ri , ISf-l -HwO?S 6ti tOl K T OF COMMON PLEAS, WOOD CO. Alphonsj Taft vs John G.WorthhiKton snd Eliia- bcth Worthing ton. The defondatita John G. Worfhington snd EHx.t-l-eth Woi thiiiiitn will take n.aico that on the 29th day of March, I SSI, the platntifTAlpbonso Taft filed his petition Bgainst said defendants in the Court of Common Pleas within and for the county of Wood, and state of Ohio, n Inch is still pending therein and that the otijeot and prayer cf said petition is to bb tnin a iu dgnxMit against said defuudunts John G. Worthinctoti for the sum of 170-1 with the ii.Urcsl thereon li"in Oet,,tH-r l?th, 1S.-.8; being the amount due s.iid pi lintiff upon tho two promissry notes of said d. fcnd.uit both duled ''Cincinnati, Ouhbor 12th, lM."i8,"and each fur th" payment of f withlnterrst from date, mm in one ven'r and the other In eighteen months afterdate, and It No to chtnin an order for the sale of the follow ing described promises mortgaged bv said defendant-, to said plaintill' In secure tho P'i iiK-nt of the notes aforesaid, via: all those cer tain lots or parcels of land situate, lying and being iu ood counlv, Ohio, and known and describeu as ouf li'ts numbers 2i',,1 2ftt in tlie new survey of cut-lots in the City of l'errysbnrg, in said county, am! r,r the application ot the proceeds arising from ttje sale of said premises to the payment of the ii mount due said pliiiiiliirupi u the tiotcsaforosaid. Said deleiidants will ulsoiake notice that unlpss Ih iv answer said petition on or U-fore tho 25th day of Ma-, 1 SC. 1 , judgment wili be rendered agniust them hv default according to the prayer thereof. M. R. A- K. W AITE, ntty's ftr plaintiff. April 3d. lWl--lwfl$7 2a. JJOAD NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that thn undersigned will make nil!iration' to the coiuuiissioncrs of Wood county at their next regular session for the estab lishment or a towu.V.np mad commencing at tho half mile pi". I bet wet n s ctions twenty -eight and twenty nine, range twcUe, township seven 0 the Ltleas eV. Wood county free turnpike, thence west tn th half mile post between sect ions twenty -nine and thirty rn tlie (loss road and there t. nuimite. JOHN' HAlirFL. Lake twp., April 2:id, 1S1 1-.f.2w3 0D NOTICE. Notiei' is hereby iriven that n petition will be pre sented to the romni'ssioners of Wood county nt their June session of ISill asking them to grant a view anil survey and also lo locate a county road to com mence ut the norih-eiist corner of the north-west tpuirter of section twenty in Perry tw ) in the cen ter of an east mid west county road, and run duo south on tlie (pun ter line of said section twenty and tvvcnty-niue to (lie south east corner of the south west ipiarter of section twontv-nlne Hnd there ter minate. .MANY PETITIONERS, April tilth, lat'.l 52w:i 10AI) NOTICE. 11 Xoliee is hereby given that a petition will be pre sented to the romniissinncr.t n VA ood connty.Ohlo, at their next regular session.praying for the location and i stnbli'il ni. nt of n county road commencing at the north-west corner post of section thirty-six.toWd sis range twelve, thence west on section Hue to the north w.-st corner po.;t ol Miction thirty-one in samtf toe "ship and rang" r al :n to vacate that portion of a diagonal 1-ond that is lying on the cast half of the Koiuli-e.ist iiiarter of section twenty-nine, town six, ranee incite. WcU-ter. April 21, Is01.-52w3 T H E 11 O D V G G E R This wonderful article, just patented, is some thing entirely new, and noor beforcoH'civd tosgents who are wanted everywhere. Full particulars sent 'i,(, Addre-'s ' -Uwlv MIA W & CLARK Riddeford Maine. 1) ITCH LETTING. Notice is hereby given that on the loth day of June next, at the House of A. Keefer, in Perry Tow nship, I will let to the lowest bidder, in sepa rate s -cllons, the making of the drain known as drain Xo. 20, commencing about V0 rods South of th tvej-t (punt r part of section 1(1 in Perry Town ship; thence swuth tn the "Swale Run," near the line between sections 2u mid 21 of said Township; tlience ilon n tli-i ch innel of s ii-l Ron to tho west line of section 31 of said Township whereat tn terminate. The work comprise '' sections of 2d rod ) each, the wi Ith of the bottom to be as follows 4 from commencement to settieu 17, 4 feet, from 17 te ltiiueliisive, 5 led. from I'll to IJ iuclusive, t! foul, from 4:1 to ft I inclusive. H feet, and from il to tor monition, lit feet ; the banks to have a hIom of l)j feet to 1 in depth ; the cutting varies, frum 1 l-! to I'i feel. The whole to Ik1 completed by the 1st (lay of October, lotil, lo the sect plan., of the County Commissioners, an I in accordance with the profils and plat of tlie Engineer in charge of said work. Sale to commence al lt o'clock, A. M. ADDISON ri.IlTH, Auditor. Auditor's Office, Wood comity, Ohio. I'cn-ysbiirf, April 22 I, ISil '- lwijd TS. J-ITCH LETTING. Notice is lnialiy given that on tho 17lh day of June next, I will l.-l in section separately, to tho lowest bidder therefor, at the house of' Franklin Ormsbee, in Montgomery Township, the making of section 1 and M-l inclusive of the ditch designated nnd known as No. I i. Said ditch commences on the Tow nship lino between Portnge and Montgomery Townships, tm rods north of the' south-east corner of section L'j in Portage Towuship ; thence north on the Township line to the north-west cornerof tb-j south-west iptaiter of the north-west quarter ()f section iu Monigoiui ry Township; thence in a nonh-?.naerly diiirtioii fl.iMiigh sections 7, Hand S, following the natural cli.iun I of tho water-course known as "Sap K-.,n," uuC it empties into the Portage River. Its dimensions art- as fnllewst the width of the bn'ioui firtlie tii-st H Sections to be 2 feet, the next h ss-lions feet from sectiou 17 to 41 im lusu e 3 Icet, Ironi sect'on 60 to 77 iuclusive e!j' feet, the balance to be 4 feet on bottom; the banks lo luivo n slope of 1J4 fort to 1 in depth; th -earth removed tr.. in said ditch to bo thrown on side of the county i,,a I along which it passes, snd no e.u:h left whliin two feet of the slope of the banks; opening or gaps to be left in the etnhank m -nt between every section on the line of county road ; the cutting varies from i Ut It 2-5 feet iu depth. The work on sai 1 ditch to he finished according to plan, specifications snd prolilc, and to the accep tance of the County Coiniuisioucra on or before (lis 1st day of October, I Si) I . Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. ADDISON SMITH, Auditor. Auditor's Oilier, U ood conutv, Ohio. , Perry burg, April 2.1 I.SiU Iw.tf 2S. 1) ITCH LETTING. Notice is hereby ci' en thst on the 18th dav of June next, at the house of S;mniul BiggurstajT iu Monlgomtry Township, I will let to iho lowest bid. I er, in separata sections, the making of tlie drain known as drain No. IS, ccmuiencuig at the west (lUaitcr part of section 1, town e range 12 rest; Ueuce north along a county roud, on the section line to the point of iutcrseotiou of said road witq Coun Cretki tl.eucj down the chaunolof sai l Creek to the county line of Wo,kI and Sandusky counties, ami tlieiv terminate ; the work ooinprises f 4 see lioiiF of 20 ro ls earh ; tho bottom to be of the fol lowing widths: S feut from begimiinjf to sectien 3d tnclusue, and 10 feel from section :i9 io the tennin atine ; the banks tn have a slope of 1 ) j to 1 h ui depth the eurt.t to be removed 9 feet from the, slope of tlie bank, und to be thrown on the side of the road along which it paa.-ws. Tho wind o be ooiiiokwd by tho 1st day of October, lrtl . to the acceptance of the Oaiuty ('ooimissioners. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A.M. A UDlbON KM ITH, Auditor. Auditor's Office, Wiod ccu.ity, Ohi. : PeiTysburg, April 23d, lsii-lwife 50. E&ULAB PACKET Perrysbiirg and Toledo, ThBtoxiner"FEH.E,' L. C. Locn Master, mill mike twe trips a d-.y bs'vyea I'errysttirg nd To (10 during the season. ' Tbe bull will lease IVirvs burg at S oVloclr a. m, 3J o'clock p. in. Kt. . iug, will U've ," p. 'm'"