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TiriK8IATrJrli TlilT 1801.
The War on the Union. Saturday's Dispatches. Ther U a rumor that Uca McCulhtih has been ordered by Ojv. Letcher to title command f rer'eiticlJ'a iccessien troops witb cavalry fore and attack the at my iitOraftotu Bynames the rebel who ht Col. Jd-lley. i In mrV qu triers. There i a report from Battimoro Ilia (he moni tor gun 'Union,' ronJe at rHUbt.rfl, full overboard in sixteen fail water at Lcu Point, on Fiidny.wben they w re attrmpt tog tt rc-ship it for Fort Monroe. It can be recovered unharmed. It is enid tbc rebell alllarper'a Ftny are mnkiog pre paration! to evaluate that point. If this in not done soon it u tuppui-. d Uncle Sam will assist them, lo. which cute an effort will bo made to dislodge tie rebel and their batteries at the. Point of Rocks. The. forcatio) at Fredrick, 4000 strong, trill attempt their dislodgmcnt. They have quiic a Lumber of 21 pound canco.) which, from tha Mar) land tide, esn oper ate most ff- oi vial .y against tlm b.tUeties of the rebels, as they are in a vrry expos ed position. A number of Western lejji iiienta have been ordered to Washington. Monday's Dispatches. Tie Ohio Coinmistioner se nt to Wn,h ingiou by Governor Dennison hits urrapg ed for the payment of the 1st and 2d Obio regiments. Both are in gojd health and spirits. Two spies of the rebel nrmy were raptured on Sunday Important p. p is relative to tho raovemenls of the rebels were found on them. A jfeneral move ment of troops npon the rebels is pviJent. The railroad trains for the trntifpoi Ution of an immense body of volunteers are in readiness at Washington. Tho returns to the dead letter ofiice of letters going to llie seocded states show that many noithein people have been giving aid to the rebels. GvD. Morris has issuul a pi oc.lii matin call ing upon the lojal citizens of Western Virginia, now that the rebels are general ly dispersed, to conic forward and enrolc themselves fur the suppoit of constitution al government in their own stale. Scouts report the rebels entrenching themselves at Q ip Mountain, four miles from Hut tonville; which isbidf way between Graf ton uud Cumberland, Tho Indiana ZHaved, 840 strong, Col. Wallace, aro on thtir way to open tho road to Cumberland. Orn. Carringlon has gonn to Grafton to 1 ok after the reported outrsge about the Ohio uniforms. There are rumors of an expected attack at Cairo, l'ebels have wen advancing up the Mississippi river on ti.her sido. Tuesday's Dispatches. Ti is said that Gov. Ilicks hm wnrned tho Government of the perils menacing the Capitol from his .State, and ruiuest ing that force be sent to Frederick City and tuJie uisu lo Ualliniore. At the loi ter place it u snid that 4U00 tecest-ioniKts nro armed and only nwnitittg an opporiu nity to riao. Bcnurcgard is now n ported to be at Manassas Giip, making terrible threats of what ho intends to do. Honor to the Dead. The melancholy mossago ol tbo deatli patriots heart with Borrow, and through- out the United Statts the event was uni - rersally mourned. For several days the Blar Und StriptS waved at hall-mast, , . e ,u and, irrespective Ot, party, the UUtlOtl Ucl worth. v.iuuix t It will always be a pleasing tho't to free men that, re the close of his earthly ca reer, he gave fresh and unmistakable ci dences of true patriotism. These words were an invocation to arm for the ho'y war iudefenie of the Uuion, the Constitu ion nnd the enforcement of the Laws. Not until he had pledged his Mippnrt to the new Admiuistia'ion, nnd his friend ship to tho new President; not until he had made an offering of ell personal Luds and rivalries, and all poliiioal at potations atthethrine cf putriothtn ; not until his voice was heard like the sound of a trum pet, fcuoiiuouing the fierce Democracy to the battle fluid, there to lihtside by t-ide wilh his Republican opponents a.'aitut the traitor foe, did his eyes nnd 1 ps close forever. He went down to ihe grave patriot, shouting K.oe's;or to tho em battled hosts of the Uuion ! May his tomb be another altar on which to sacri fice passion and prejudice to the love country, and may his fame be the tender care of every American citizen. Fort Pickens again Reinforced. The Mobile Advertiser of June 11 says that Fort Pickens and the Island were agin reinforoed a day or two sg , by some troops nnd marines from a largo side wheel steamer one of those, doubtles, which recently sailed from tht- North that purpose. The soldiers aro reported ' active oa Santa Uota, and evidently c pect warm work soon. They have nine companies of artillery, and a pilot, taking - a yesstl over the bar recent! , reports see ing them dashing in parade, die. Giddings Zouaves. The Cleveland Plaindealt r of last week notices the arrival in that city of a comp of ninety men from Ashtabula, called Oiddings Zouaves, under command ' of a tea of Joshua ft. Gidding. They left on lit aext train for Camp Centmon. j The Senior Qiddiogs h&s gent the in word ,Xr jaa Montreal that if the State or Govern ' ment won't funJbh them with Eufltld flea he will do it his own expense, rfThi make the third company from Ashtabtt ' Ja, two of which are in for the war. ' &rxW:ih for rbe JctR-at. Western Virginia. 'WLat few scccsslonisti fotiud in western Virgiaia, ao far, were laboHng under the delusion so prevalent la the South that! tho North wcro about to wsge a war of devastation. A large turubi r of these ar rested at Orsfion were so pleased at ihu tramenl ihey received from the Ui.ion Volunteers that they a ked to tnke the oith of allegiance to the United States. 1 hsra are between six and sevin thousand troops at Oiafton nod rhillippa the 6,b, 1 h, and 9th Indiana ng'menla, tho 1st Vir git,U, thj U h, 15 h std 16.li Ohio, and the Oh vt land Aniih-ry. Tweuty com piuivs cf infantry and several of anilUry gatrison I'hilli p t. This point is placid under command of Col. Andrews. Desperation of the Traitors. Col. Foruy writes to tlie Philadelphia Press thataihsperste oontest tnutslborx pee'ed. The traitors percdve tht thus fur they hnve been outgoncraled, hnce a bold forward movement is demanded at the hands of Davis find biu set, to save themselves, PavU b8 at last reached Richmond, Ho is thtire iu bad hfslib and worse epinUa brulien hearted nnd unJ bankrupt man. All hia chiefs aro drA and m'len, and their is not one m.n in tho whole cabel th it i.t not ti her -.1 I - A f . .. . I '.II!. I,' HI....! "iiinjmi or aiau-uea tvnu uiiuhui. mvy hn k upon the movemmts in ihe North wi h terror, nnd tluy behold the nwful power of the Government of the United Stales, now iap!d'y diveloping, with a mazemeutand wonder. They know that thtir only safety is in tiht, and tiht they wilt, even if it is bnt one butt'e, and that 'their last on earth. The Merryman Case. j . , . tivnn njerryman, a wcanny ciuz.cn oi Biiltiii ore coun y, was nrn sUtl the other day on a charge of treason, ud is now confined at Fort Mullenry. He was en- gag.'d in burning bridges on the, railroad to prevent the passage- of troops en route to defend the S ilion tl Government. Ap- id the N iliotnl Government. Ap- n was tumid to Chief Justice Ta- a writ of habeas corpus which was ; but O.n. Ciidwalhider, under! . .1: - .. . .... 1 . 1 . s,t r 1 . . . r,i IIMUIIUUII WHS UlllUd lO V.ltiei iUSIlC.O l H 1 ney for granted tnstruc.ons trom the Gommander-in- Chief, refused to surrender 1,1 n. Judge Taney iheu issuod a writ for the nppre- henaionof Gen. C,ilwnllader, who was in Port Mcllenry, out was refusal admn-j Mon, and the officer of couise could not; arrest hiui. Upon this Judge Taney un dertook to n ad a h ciure to the President, and informed the crowd that lie would "call upon him to perform his constitu tional dulv," or in other words to allow I , , ... , .., . Ju Ige l..ney th, pnvtlege ol l.be.a'mg Merryman, regardless of his e.onnee.lion wi h tre;on and open rebellion. 1 he nrinnor will iio.li.nlid.illv be L-huI Kaf.- pilsner Will Undoubtedly Me kept miU A "Take-in" any How. The ISouihein Confedernrv, which ie periodic! pap- r, notifies all ihe farmers 1 11 who can maku ai.y surplus cotton, wl.t a', coin, etc., thtt they h re called upon to tell ihe a.-tmo to the Cuuii d istf (mvi-rn- i i.t,, i k. :.. which, thtf Confederacy say-', will be more . . i i i it cimmc.iic,,. una, K.,,u ..u .rr.,.y us y. ,i, and much better th in any bank issue; which statement h probably true, owing to tho fact th;t, the banks aro w orthless jS tys the Confederacy 'this will bo a great I (;0nvenicnco to farmers in the sale of tht ir ;s ,0 sof ftmi wjj IK)t hUVy to go into , tju) rnarket to bo olinffered with and Lh,.aV( bv .harpers.' He will just take , j . ' ,1(0 rOnf,,(l0rflll.8 .ftnj Hien be i 1 i ui mi nits, tmu nit ot Hl n0 furtlu.,. trouMf Itbuut !udiirBlv for .... ...v ... ..... in siioii, not tu out too unt) it iio.ni inn it Lo will ho no i.OVrtimllu talon in .... 1 f., k. it... n.,r..,io..,i.. ii till., uviiu mi 11 1 kiiv vinm ,u 1 tiiu injiuiii- , ,t , ,1 -ti 1 ... 1 e. e men , mat i.it io win ne noiiiing nil 101 . rnmm.tn b pini r common sh irp is The Phillippi Capture. a of ,. ....... . , Ihe I hilltppi engagement, as has al ready been tdu'-cd, was a oomjdete sue cess. The Federal troops numbered a- bout 300, nnd the rebcU 1,500; all aim- , , cd and equipped. The march of our men to ninenst d Sunday night, fom Grafton, in a violent rain storm. Ihe march was six een miles, and the plan well laid for surprise ; but the impetuosity of a few troops gtive the rebels warning, when liny took to flight, leaving iheir baggng.v forty horses, four WBgons loaded siih thu Vinll nnt.i-mif tb.i tirl Vi-,,n., n . lodging in his shoulder. Tho rebel was immedlatelv made p.isoner. and the men ., , ' ... .... wet'tl wuil mill uuy restraitltu tiom Hit- ing him ou the spot. provisions, live Hundred muskets, and , , UgO U'l Otint camp eijutppag.', ito. ln . . . . , ,, , . the chnrg i afivr them. Col. Aolly be tug in advance of his men was shot by a rebel who had charge of a provision wagon, . ... A Poser. for x The New Yoik Tost wislus to know whether the British Government would t Ilia fr.i.r n.lli:,.., l.l..lta in 1 ,11 Vrt'""w U'l. IVU, ftftllllO (ft ft'lOV M 1 ,( ,i Linen mm as in -tlligereiits,' should Southern S atts as 'b .1 ..1 1 t .1 .. iui j ume nniuiu;ij vi lue pitseni tiiMs and oig tn ze a general itting against H masters, 8taUng their property, their funds and tUir public l ulling, at'er inanuer uf the secesslouists ; prochuuiing the r ght of revo'utii n, and their iuten- tion of founding a black republic? In a Tight Place. i ny ri Mr. Harvey, lute Washington corres pondent of the Phiht Ulphia North Amer ican and New York Tiibune, and recent ly appointed Minisier to Portugal, is prov en, by the seized telegraphio dispatches, to have given the first Iufoi tnatiou lo i'ickins, of South Carolina, of the intend k rtiaforcemen'.s of To.t Sumter. disclosure places Mr. lUrvry iu a tmbarriissing posi ioa, and may occasion his recall, and prompt pun'uhtneni . : u-iU.e of "iouiL "'iiroUiij How to do It. If the Southern Oontbievtracy pre so an lon to hac their $16,000,000 loan tacn,' why don't they lco i. in some U. 3 ursm.l, i.ocl then tie il it! Snooks thinks they netisin'y cm Hiihat. The Captive Traitor. The Mj r Loiin which the teh grnph itfomied us ws arrested at Wbeiling on tli v 4 h iuKt., was the high sheriff of Ohio c un'y, V. Ilisanextis ssid to have been occasioned by certain p p'rs found upon the person of W. J. Wihy, who was e.aplured after the ikiiinih at Pliil- liprm, and who is eh.ued whh Itading , i- , . i . u.: i. ... . vne par.y wi o oiatrou uj. u.. uu .'"'r T r r heelirg and Uralloa. . The Captive Traitor. No Hoops Allowed. j I The Cf h general order f orjt Washiil ; ton to npplicmts fir thfl p t a' nurses ii in these words: A lurjuia ion dress will be 1-equirt d lo nd'j t - r.O hoi ps bcig 1 lowed in the set vice. A eomtnitiee on tho oj' fit vtillbc appointed to ti p.rintecd the dros-ft of the nursing corps, which will be r gula'cd by the amount of b.ig- gnge allowed to each f male. Quite a numbtr of Ohio girls have volunteered their services and are now at Camp 1 Jen- ni: on on du'y. Free Homes for the Slaves. I I : I j ( I Jurats Hidpaih, cgent of liaytien Etni gra'ion, ha n aJe a proposition which inny serve lo relive materially Ihe Gov eiTirr.cnl f. om all emb.ti rasment in the mttter tf 'conlrah.ind' chattels, if accep ted. He suggests that 'central sttr.hius be estnblislud for tho receplien of all con trabiind nrticles of a bl.ick or colored com pkxion,' where they shall te detained ri it r,. 1 ,, ).. i ""in m. j j .v ,1... t. .t... ..t .,.,r.r....,l ,. nnill llm o.iKi. me ivuuii. ...iiini. ....i net bl.all dicide what it shall Ciiiolly do with them. He further oflirs to accept all s"ch contraband (.nicies as may be confiscated, ns emigrants for Hayli, and give each of them a f.eo farm in that fer- KIV" ,nch ol Uu'm a l,eo ,linu ln Ui t"'e country. He offers to eupeiinti said central f-latio is free of t-hargu. iil A,.i.nlP.t T I a .fT.i.a l, fliinniinl, n J lln, i i uihui i iioiiiii'iovviouuLiiiiinia mi. ' The Rebel Tatician. ; j ; ; j 1 : if j j , j j Tt is said that Hardee, the rebel author r,f Urtrdoti's Teoiics, wai a passepgf r, in ,,r di. utiise of a f male, in the last steam- ... ii,,.. 1, v,.w Yoik for Km one. In ntg 0f i,js whernibouts he was! H1,j, (rt be in command of Fort Morgan. Tldioir Mobile. It was understood smnn tinw' in i-o ill ut he hid sent to Kit- 7 , , ropu t p irehase arms for the .Sm:hein (,.iiithi,.vprnev VVln.th.'r llm r. h, I le. VV ht.tl tr llie Ulul tat. leinn has come to a realizing sense of the danger of associating with tin! o s, and liW taken this metltod of eullinir their ae-! ,UliiiiUoce, or has gone to Kui oj.e to maku , e .1 I i: .. f .,' cw nvrBng,.m,.nt8 for tho d. lively of ll O rp nirchioied n lha. th, v aims pietlotlHy piircliasi tl, SO Ilia' tlUJ ,ny escape the Untied S.utes crumeis, is nthj, et of suimhc. Who is Uov. .raguo to many? is ,n . mid. roo;n.' discussion bv the ro "-iii-v. n lers ol VV.t, Win 'ton. IS une .,. .i il m- li will ho Mis n.Hii,.rn.dau 'h-1 ter of the S -erelMry War, but correi-p m-! dent ef ihri N. Y 'limes settles the con-, ,,.,.,,,.. :.. .,. f,)ul,wiii,r . iVei'ltii. matiue. In w U,r )i;a 0 furlher aimission mnv be denned desirable, I will s.;'e that the Vull' UU UOVel'llor Is allianCU 1 10 IU.SS Chase, the eldest dausrhter of ihe, present Sccrelarv of the Treasury. Thu Govern-! uti.ioiinj vi mo ' n "')' ' I or is not vet thirty years of ae, and is .. . i:.,n dollars." i It is now uu lerstood that no further I discuwon of ths question 'is desirable.' 1 ' T111"1 f l'ie ',,,,!u' lir'ct,.v lnU''' , y presume this h tine. Funeral of Senator Douglas. - - a ,!' . ! v :.. eir the Gov. This Very a '""via 01 mi jj H'"-i ! and l.-iial professions Maainio frateri ity, ,'?,,:,' ",;.;,, l-'ir nnnmJt Mercantile Asso I tlloll, rire Ueparlmenl, r .',,1 nn:on anj Hn the Bonevo-; leni S M-ietits of ihe city, were out ut!o, hcn.u lo the memory of the UhsUioas .... ...1. ..... ..I ,... .irti. .v., ......i,,.i o t ClllOAltO, June 7. JiUSlilfSS froiwrally tspended to day, the Hoard of Tr de i t'HUUOO, ,1 'JU0 . liUSUH'SS freiltrl'illiy BUS or 1 . .. - . ., f. I 'ltf " ijiuiiuu iMicm iv uui.ii ojv in j i H,intB. iobbinc houses. dl'V iroods i "rf n I..... ll-!. 1 TU,. i .. .....K. 1 1 .mi' In lb., iiiiiiilo rif lb. i lino i, f lo !l ,'e i - - -j 1 J , I uf the. fu ne. ul pocesbiou were densely 1 ,mn fid with people, large numbers 1 whom ariived tro:u thy countiy by ihe i morning tr ins. AK l-.ven o'clock, amid tolling bells i and ihe tit ins of ruimte cu.is, the proces- , )vwJ f ,n ltlUu w,r, billce 'l'ucstlav the remains have lain in state, , 7 , . r . xi V till OU-U t 1 illi and Lake streets to Mich- iir:,n HVi lltlC, ibenCO to Cottage Grove, u' si., n, ah ml twon.iles in length L I oi e-blotl w as ao nil two nille! iu leni and occupied an hour in pa. sing a given point Al a 'ow estimate there Were ten thousand persons in the cortege. The Mi'itary, Governor, S ate nftpurs, dt ! Ai r'.n... n.nt,a 11 u.nvi'oa woe.. ; couduo,eJ my ' v who do- iv..,...i a i.,..f but tdootient orViou "tlnl a Ulltl out, tloijucui oi.t iou tlie cll liacler Ol live cltceasua. rrom dispatches from various tn dillerem parts Ot the C. a'0, we learn j bu iiuss w ts suiipended and the day mo'iiLitilv oWvud. "- . . ,. . lieu, llerney It.ts been reltvi n iy War Pt jvtilmeut of his command al J Louis Vlcu. hvons suoceds to ihe com i i , . i uiunj. 11 IUIt:ois UU IIU.', miney I lw on s.. rutin i,lii thu traitors, conn ... -1,1 j i ' ,1 selling wuu uiem, ana uoirtg many nrngs to embarrass the friends of th,! liovcrn- inent. Uen. l.von is known to le true i , , , 1 ' inv wiiiuu, ,uv ina r j . i,. o trreat saiiKl.tciiou lo the t nion men cvei win re. A secessionist, named John Swain, was shot dead on Fr day evening, while using strong and obusive st'cesionist to lleniy Merr'nt, in a Nrw sn'oon, by the latter, who then gave up to the police. They hail been in a warm discussion f seeession ,m, before the fatal termltiatio.i f dispuli". The traitor tlen. Twio-jrt, who num. kM m r,i..,t I ,lw, A . , . . rolls, lias Uieri;iit from his tt mporary retili men, noil h; been appointed ...... I .,( il. Hii;,u.., n...i.i-T ... Uencral Of Ihe Mthtarv Uis net of Lmil ua.i b the rebels j ! , , ; . j j i ! ! ; ,i . ,,; ,i i i l I : ! ; ' lt tllft rebellion would b.' crushed inside i of eleven monlllS from the day the rebel fl M b,is(.(, ovt,r Fo,.t Sum((ir If : r, o(. t00 , ,i , i ' . , : ! : ' i - b f Jlav.'s Henry Ward Ueecber and Ur. JJellows, are at WaMiing uti. Oen. Jas. Walfon Webb has been appointed Minister to Brazil. Arterous Ward calls tho Southern Confederacy, the Southern C.nthicvcr- a-y. Hon R A. Harri oi, of lon.has been (dented lo Co wross from the t-'orwin ' bi.uiot. n . it, .' vmib i.umiif.u nmriinni mhjis nru now engngid in the wlinlc fiislury in the, n. nil e,iu an. Tho 9 in Franr.ifco llera'd Fays tha'. live oak is In abutn'itncc has just beendis covered in Cniifoi nil. Thy (!onnec i ;ut S'.aln Prison is tho : 'y InBtitu'ion of the Lin.l iu the wintry which m mn at a prufi'. Q ,( r,urn(,(! , Cn.,r(lril wneatli. r to ni un mrm, or prepare lor i new confl e.ta, it it. not staled. - (Jen. I3raff''hiu piohibi ed nnv letter , t ri ' L "i r ' wtnng from the O. t. A. nrmy bi toio : Pickfn" t'3 the n; w.' p 'tpirs. ; ... . i - . ... A t pt'ch on luesilay fmvs the tin .. . L J , KSininnlU. V. M. weretoen 81 tlatUS. blirx. N a., 22 miles west of Oraf'on. Camp Tiiylor, at ClevehmdJias been i . . J .... .. r m : I ,i .. - j . . e m I dixcontinued, in pursuance of an oflictal Older ismed by Ailjatftht (i.-neiill Old-! tin ff ,fi n ,., ' , , ... , . . Hon. J.J. ( ntt.nden hatbern nomi- natcd hV aci'.lamatio I fur C onr' tiv the Union mm of the Ashlan i District 0f . , KentUchy. 1 110 JiaKBCnperS of tI C S'lip Under-i r arrived nl l New York 1 st week r. arnv. U at Je W orK l.isl wtCK, writer fioin Ijivertiool, numuciing t2- persons, are all mormons Thu lour Virginia counties, known a the i'anbandle, avc a mtijo ily of tl -f!f)7 Huinst the infamous ordinance of seers! ion. The vote 'or th? ordinance was but '131. Tho New York Herald nominates Hon. Fruik I3Uir, of Missouri, i s can- dida'e fir speaker of tiiu next House, and lion. John P.. II n.l;!n. of New Yoi l; . t . , , f I'll 1 memner Ol lUO l I louse, t r V.let K. n l uiu uri 'iu OIn;llMOIl oi Cilizens , . . i.. i , co, .nieJ i0 . . ' . .. have the remains ol her iiusoand buried in (Ui,uir r,T Wn uli i n rrl nn tia at first announced She will wake that ei'v! tirsl atinouni ea. MIO Will W.tht Ul.U Cl.y her residence. The Zouaves lave found nut th-it!' jqj ,n 'I'vler has a mansion in II amnion. aid Ron'1L, of ,lrm pru. o;P. oul of re8Dect i.. ti... ..,.!.!., T... P i l,.,.i 1 n 1., .1 . , V., iu un: tuiuiuii; liA'l icri uui. iu uic it.',- - '. .1 : .1 nuiM nnu niiiiu'n uvirr u 11 inoiLi llie gentleman at puars to itave OU'l .teu, At, i j . e I ensacola correspondent of tlie All(ln,n Confede.a.y thinks Gen. Brag's mco-o of Ft. Pkkens will bo chii llv im-, p-e ol v i. I'ickens will bo ciiuiiv un-, portani in tietii'tim ; several woveinmem vessels there, whili! I lie battles that t-hal! .!...: I., il.n .., i.-,. -i I..,. ,.f n,idn ;,,.l.,n n . i i , ,o. .in. . w. .,.,...,, u-i'vu- di nee are being fought t-Uewhere The Chicago Tribune says en. . . . " . . J. . yeotl r.tl 1, WlLhlll Ihe past week, declared lo Senator Trumbull nod 8. '.htivlor Oolf.ix. lo Senator I rtimbull and Schuyler Colfex, ih it the rebellion would b.' crushed inside ..H. , ,WUH OO 1 C "V, O ,1111, VVltllUVUlJV txpccl lo N)e;uoh R result. The Union men of Maryland have cmpleted nominations for Congress in n'l the districts, i X lept thu fix'h. The ,(impB . ' . .... , fm. , 0me8.0" J "?,? UA ' n,"mU f()1 ,ll3 (,xt,.ft 8,.tKon, 'pile C.andlda:os are K, U. Ve.-tr, II. Winter Davis, S. A. S'i!i",iaf-- L '"'V I'Vancia Thomas 1 he two fir. t named were members ol the last Home. A young man named Elwards ha-i O't ntn M nroe couity lor the murder ot Oiho Farmer. He win convicted of mur-! tier in the second degree, and sentenced ?r the IVniti ntiai y lor life. IIU father was also indicted, hut his tual was nost i. P0,lt"u 10 th lst of Ju,J- The first reciment of Ohio a-lillorv Uiuier l-ot j antes u.unc.lf, Ol V.K veiaiKl ; open cl thu a tack upon 1 uillippi, dashing in with their horses and alarming the itii r i r M'l rebels try a tiisciiarge ot cannistei. i Ik v !. !!.!. 1 t were nnTii-iuMi www nnt? notses. unuer issued by the Adjutant (K ner.l j while ul Marietta, r.n l all the nuns end eiuipment3 m cessary lo make tht m equal 1 t0 r. Mui J' g've ,R K account of thenelves wherever they p-.,. t . . fp.,mr.kin- tho ro,l,.t Zy ".' 'P""' " I"B TV?mT Ser- t, .w ttiftiiiiiicinu ii i, i tliq ; dIlsliirijr altiick Oil Fnilf.lX C. II, is tlc i son uf c. I. C. Tompkins, A.sUtunt . vie.fl. w ho diKtinouisneii nmae f hv li , ,l.lsl.:nfr .,.u.b r,,, Kniifav fl II i tin, y Jmirtt'r ol a Her 1 tnarter Master fJeneral of the Armv. on ' ,li ut Wn.hio.r, Ho , 'v.,.., ttmil.J(ii'i;tVMt iV"ftOLiteOl I ,J . - . . . ... i iiiui, in i tuiir. imv cuuiu uui uiiiilt l. : .1 i .1 o - -i . J:. if .. . i . i.' ' '"miseii otiwn to mo strict niscijiune oi ine j Acadomv.and was KranloJ have to resign. He eubsiucn.lv went into the ranks.atul : n froniier service wo:ked his way up ' Ii i 3 present posi'ion.- Such spirit and 1 energ, wi mnke lllt;r niHrk ' ..r,,, " , T, t i . ,,.,,. i - . vll"'T,,l1,, k. ' """i1 a;etiey tbr ' American continent, and we theiv.lore invite aiteu- "'-'.r annouiuvi,, ,,u in a..,..h,r "m" ... ,,wl I We take I ,11.1 fl'i'.ut'Tiv niiii ii.'u i.,i , .'inn- ,iii, ,n,i il i.. ., ,1,.- ! AKrienltural Soei,lv iv ivip-ieslct to m,',.t in How- ,iltr ,;,.,.,., ,, Slu,r,;,v June i'-.ith. S... a, o'- clock, a. in., to review tile promimn list, and make "ee.s.saiv amnn...... s for our Uth annual n , yn-lf jtv n t, plv,j,.rit j on on in p ine St. - . H"S to v lan guage Votk him self en gaged the ut mo, J uiust pleasing results from the usu ot it in a j nHinbor of case. No discovery iu raedieine Major ; lh ',,Kl hundred years will compare with il in : houehts to the raiV. in our epiiucii ; and the U of 1f Vmaf physician, al dtt-' iinmeatal t t.-, U t-; thi e. v.'. ,-. . k j v,icultur,tl Notice. T"'' ofllcers and ninnacrs of the Wood Counu June 4, IHiil- iw3 .Ias. W. Rosa. See'v. " .STIMrtATINlljOMorRST.''.- Such is the till,', if coinptiuiKled preparation 1 oi iKinatiiiR with the fa in. .us it iH-iinienam o i.ooion) ut mproy ItiehardsonV Hl'i.'WV w I f lilTTvi.' ,. i Mends ,.. usei, because we km,; W"? vrSM Au' J1,M-l,rs ,0,T.n,'" , u, ,!. vst ,i tl i new ounines - it should r sept at naivi n every lamuy. p.ovl ny n:ci ; " r. Kobnk's Scnndinnviun Itenu'dies. Are you stek, no matter wlmt orjran is ulb cteil, ilepcinf noon it t ho Moivif, which in the food inet tns- tiiience of every orpan U full of corrupt ion I sCMn lm;ivian lilooil 1 ills sunt 111, iod ruriher, break up the source of th di se in the Hoi, is ..f j holy. They J.mVe and purify the elements of ' , I'.L:1.:"' . "'"IT?," : ni".s, ketney c-'iiipwiuts, pile, low levers, ,1. tulti - ! rheum itism, hea.Ueh.., want of s.-Mial vicror, I cw. rheHe n'tiu'dies iui asifinisliiiij.' tbc whnlc ,lu.aic.il weil.t. See iidverlisement. .'.mt MOTIir.K, Theri' is an adviM'tiemiMit in this nnniber I our , per m wuu h we wish m call your sptvi.il atmu, " l ier - c " ni oee.iuse we im-1 I o, )),, I'prietii id fur d 'ine ii - niv 'i,.,u,iiii imp ii,'i ni .niii ii m nj in-i,, up ..... i,. ..... .... .......v ... do so but fitiiii tin) fact that we siiHi'ivlv UdU've ieeply iuteivsts vou and your rhihlren toknow is theiv ci'inimiuicated. We refer to tbirty year' cxperiemv of a tumnlc phvsicimt in Uio shape Mrs. inslow' Soothiiuj svrup fur cliihlren ttvihinir. Tens of thoii;,in Is ot eliihbvn dio yearly lim the proofs of itttiso teeth i und huiidrf.. thousand turily w,mpe death, to pass a lit Ke.lloriiiK, diseasiil in b Jy und culm bled iu luiiui--all of w hieh results from a diHoiaiii?.itio!i of Kvstem diirimr llie nnit-rsn of Li'tliiiH. Mrs. alow, in her profi stunu, hat an opiiiuuity to i lu ss much of this siiQeriiii;, and b is pr. pared j nio'liiinc to unit tlie case simple, yet pcrfivtly tVrtiv and snrv. Ji st rutt kkkkh'v sict:it:i,, I Ws ti,uw it iiHs like waui-MOB aliu.t insun,! 1 relief ui Uie littk, .utV.-roi- l.avi,1)t witness 'd Annual Report the Board of Education of School District No. 1, Perrysburg, O., for the Year ending June 7th, 1861. [Recapitulated statement.] Amount of orders Iwued to teachers $1977,25 Amount of orders lor (ixpermea KJ,19 Amount of orders fur nit and itil.'rost Amount f nrdera fur borrowed money. 1I.00 f.74.00 Tol l! I.,.iu.' fsor.'i.it ' RECEIPTS. I roin l niiiiiv i iviiNiuvr, ivpi, I, imu. 1 1 . . . rr"" i niimv i mi'iircr, ituinn I, it'H Unrrowi'J Irom I'erij fbnij biwnlii) Kxpi'inlitiirc over rocoipt. ill) 1 0,70 . 1 1'.H.iiH , f.74,1'0 . ' . J:'iU.',2.SH ' ! LIABILITIES OF THE DISTRICT. Dim fiMU'liiTu M tin closo of tho yinr"" ' l. I". Wi lls, iintf unit tulen-st.. ' U-nt 1Vr M. I) fliurch " Trvstrcs of IVri vnlmiK township " Oiili'is uhHi awii " (MhiT claim nlioiit) 4.'o,2.', , . 3'MI.Ofi ; . 4D.U0 I . fi'l.OI) i . 2i.7! . lo. on TTT-'-iTj ' RESOURCES TO PAY ABOVE. i sual extent, we would recommend in particular the lllliMil,K , n W(X)ll )limsu ,,. tht, p,,,U:,i0I1 ol- ,. fuel from inclement storms miilwiVui iiWl : bc bot.thoeracj. : licvinftthat the amount thus lost bv th .listrict will ' 1,11111 ""' '"'eivst on the investment. , ! ; ' j i j I . ' i ! ! i i 1 , j ; ! : 1 I Hutan - v due fti.ni 5. Hpmk, os-tr.wir.-i-- 7tt.s Vtr,n'T7 n,1Vv. c".".'--,". rmooo 1'inlnilile m t from ( n. tn'mniror fM-pt. I, M t!i'0,00 iij,!,,,,. Hr ,r,,m n.n-rL'Hi.llMit sctiofai-f.-BD.oo ........ i 1 . . .. . . . tMAifir . v, , , ., , r oi'.- ProliuMp indchtcdiii'S nt elds', or vein--. 2't.t.S' i lUe atl:mili ,v)(irt nmtU. J.u..- 8, ISrtft, the eti- , i,ut,.,l lnJ,.bu.,lo.Mi of tin. district altlie W of I yeav, wan Jtinj.ifl. t. m;iUe this result, the amount lo he received from the Ceunly rransiucr, nnioum lo no receiven nom me e euiu.v i rvnsurcr, K , , lrt,,0i was t.slimiU.(i llt $12n0, which proved nn over-estiniat" of $1K0,30. In the repo.it of ,Hin " 'o. in-.', ine Mnu'iuciu mii.wcii a ouuinee on liuuii of f I which is hroulit forward into thu report of j s, i?o, Imt whieli should lwv wudsdoWt a i.irn ...... i.l.l , 1 . I insteud ol a credit, iniksnK an error of '",),bl l' R'--UU nn unknown old e..VHt of I'. f ranker, paid during past year, Slid an omission to cllarpi! in the aeemint the undrawn orders, would mk" the actual intlebtelness ol the ilistr close of last year, Sept. I, !8ii0, $"IO,?.l. The iloar.i estimat ie the exi.ense nfthe; tnct ut the r c .... i urn i.. i uii. r.n '. . Am oint necejKtiry to pay leacliurs' wair.'S f 1HS0.OO ' ' ' t ' .' ' ' lor repairs and .voe:is. s uni.oo " rent an i interest 120,00 Total ?:'im),io The Tnliptinn of the real mil personal property oftbe Histriet is about $2:U),0"0. A lew of 7 mills on the dollnr would net aii'itif Sl.i.'iO.ntl Kstiuiat 'd ameimt from tlie State (about; . 8.'i0,0rt Total $2100,00 From tho above estimate it w ill be n-en thai a levy OI sevi'ii nuns on ine irop'-riv or ine oisii'ici ioi"in- wit, t,p .,! ilmnml frin Stat', will onlv O' suiueiciu to aeuay ine prouie expenses oi ine ynr. ivt icavu nothniR to liipinlate llie ol'l rteiit, rr to have anvthini: on hand to nav teachei's and others t ,i. ..inK,. of n fn i,..,,., ,S imp. ti, i!,.,,i. Tim llc.ivd. linv cViil'. htivn I'mirltidpti tn turninniiMi 1 1 i.n lnVvtiif 0' ,,u' "s"ul ""im,ut ofven mills on the rt.'.llut-1 valuation, and t.nst future ell'orts an,! eireumstnn- o.-s l meet liabilities when n-eded. Thev have ul- resolved to pay oil' tho claims of U.K. Wells, "'" ' ,ne rwiMl'. ' m. lou, aZ ,":, ' ' 1 1 is oi'i me r lo st af e I hn t. uiuler Ihe reviiliialiob , i ,. . . . ol tlie real property ol the district, whn.li took el- r,..w l,w, ,i,.,, ,1.., ,..,,1, ., ,i. valuation makes about live hundred dollars in our receipts on ine usual v. jiau oie valuation oi nisi vrac ,,,. tll0 , ,)ivvimi!, V(..,,.K, ,,c lew of " mills would h,. paid'otr , expenses of the . year, n all thool'I debt, tli j orauiarv i i..i. .. i i..... i m, ',01", ' V !' ' v. ,. 1 1 J1V n iv ui s ii in ui.t ii 1 1 i i win 1 1 1. 1 iv u h in i carii l v (,. ,., p,.(.mv , oti,M- room instead, for tlie use of the primary school in ihe lower part of town. Tim Hoard feel the need, tlie want, and tho inronvenienee to the district in not hnvin-r two ad- ditional school rooms of our own for our primary ? "M". ' .w"r ,T In-' VT is liunlenniir the whole coimliv. and our villntre. in particular, too well to recommend anv expense that can be avoided. AVere this not the case 1 1 :m uuii- Respectfully Submitted, Respectfully Submitted, JAMES W. ROSS, Sec'y. Cr1 lv. l'eions whose neeupations tax heavily tbc n; (s of.suimiier heats. I believe this to be an invaf- .,. , j "JU1' l'uuwl ,, ,iRKKM.KAP, ., Hector of St. 1'auivchiuvh. I . i " 111 ' V 1 , "l ""' 'V'" ""." "" 'V',K : P'.aU.v's I'.vsi-epsia the m-st convenient intuieh I yfiouol eomplauns, lij-RmnrnK with iiupanvd dis I'. I "'!".. "'! ifeneiallv i'ii,liii( in l on.sumpii.iii. and oniroiatinjr in a detern 'ration ol thv bloi'd. great j stupes, lor The whole to be completed hv the 1st of October Its ' ia xt, to the acceptance of the Count Commission tl iiano- ! or.-,. ADDISON RMITII, Auditor. Xndiu.r'sOmee.WoodeountY, Dba-. I VcrvvHr,-, May SC V IwM t'. ; i : 1 i , I , 1,1 "'". n' uj uuivinr, him u "ir"Tu orders ! TTJJ'S s . lo I I np u. its ! ,v the the I 1 , v. etc.. pa mn. for ,ii ... it what of ing cf el' the Win- Hit- a of- the - .T'.TT , , ,. c'o.v Chemienl Saleratus will vuiivcisaily perform all that the proprietors claim that it will, and there- fore it is n onU- the best mid healthiest Saleratus i the market but it is also the eheape,t. ns its cf- iVets are certain and uniform, and ronseonentlv spoils no broad or biscuit, it is for sale by all re Hp.'i'tatile w holesale and retail ile tiers iu the country an 1 by V. .1. iluvnuoi K, lVny.sl nig. A si'KK ('ens mi: a I'ki.on. When the soivioss lirst ceinm. iiees, or even w hen far udvaneed, ite.iu b.' relieved and entirely cuivd bv holding the linger in ,, mi, ;,, i,.,.,'. n i, ;ii.,,. r..,. i...i,'l or pan aiiiieted iu 'Vm- D avis' i'ain ICiiler for half "n l",,,r. heen thoiviigiiiy bsted, ai.,l proves ti.ii.r. and WJ would' advise nil ti.se tmubled t tent the remedy. Sold by 1'kck &. IUmu.tos, I'. r- rysourg. mu i During the conflagration of Clinton, caused 1 v llie bombardment of the llritish, the extensive med ical warehouse ol our comitryin in. lr. J. C. Aver, f Lowell, the ilci.ot. of hi: Ciierrv I'eetoral and . atimruc t ills, tor (. lima, was totally destroyed. j H- now makes a demand upon our t,oven,,.'n. for indemnity limn thu loss ol hts pinpe.i'ty, aud bonce 1 will grow number nut to crack with our elder broth I .... I . i ij . : . i. ... i. I ... ...!:.' ....it j arc , ry barr. n.-iuVforni r.Trenum, S. .1. : i j HT.TOrVs 'dis"e'a.." tl.onntrv is full of. There are ho- few whole families entirely Ir,(. nnm it. The fact is, it takes so many forms, i sometimes in cracked hands, chapped lips, rough- -essou the skin, w'i.h an oo.i.,g out of a w at.'ry , nun .iiiii nciu-, iivmuj;, I f u II I f; , ; l'"r this llr. S. A. Weaver's l.'eraw is a nevi X Z l i fluid, win, Pivai 1m,i, iic'ihi. hn,i,imr. A,-,. A,. tor this Or. rs. A. eaver s t. crate is a never-tail worst anv ar- 1 'jelo ever inadc. As pionf of its cuniiivc proper- i ties, we will eony fivma letieriveuivcdlVoma cl l . j f ll .1 cvmuil ul Ut hlirlifSt IVHlK'ctabllUV. IU- javi: was Jl....... fn 01 eioou, iy u-K, ...... had bee,,,,,,, t,,y bad and was rapidly spreading It hail breome a raw sore, ami the itchum and burn- , , 1 , . t if. , - , . . inK hee.iuie iiiudcvablo. I precurcd a bottle of your Cerate, tin 1 by its use niv leg has been perfectly cured of the dhi.'ase, I (jive this statement in hopes it may in luce others similarly alloc tod to use it ; and wo say iT ymi w ill use il you will be cured. Sold by Phok & H VMll.TOV. ' 5il llow lix;s I'eiuvitiu S rup Cure so nianv diseases .apparently dissimilar? Whem kci the mind is taxed more than the li U die I From the Hcv. Dr. t'lrccnleaf.! t tNi'lsx.U l, tietuli.ir 1.'. Ifj.e.', I have derived so much personal hem fit fmm eiuviau Svrup," that 1 do not hesitate to rcconi- mend its use to all that larpe class of eases, wliei i.-on is thccllieiciil remedy i o clerpyrncM especial- : 'K' "Hl disi'ase by iroiluciitfr healthy lihsiil, i source ol all vitality in human nrjramsin. ror j yj''W'" X'M i'yrs, 1'eck - . l)MMSTl!T01l'S NOTU'K John Jackson I , oo,,,., Uarber have been appointed on I Jackson, lato of Center twp., Wood county, Ohio. TIms owinjf or havinp claim ap.iiint aoid estate will govern lln'inselvos aceordiii)rly. Jane 12, IHCI- fiwlt. 1) V. V. I l'AHK'S VKK'KI.Y PLASTERS. Tiny Imparl Strength ! they Annihilate I'ain. ! These delightful plasters yield readily Talk's .to the motion of Ihe body, absorb jwrspi- i l'.iient rulinn and throw ol all the olleuaive l'oriiM eoafiiilated iiiipurities of the system. l'liokly I'l'hey should be used for till Chronic I'lasicrs ; I'aiiis, l ainiiiess, lypepsia, Colds, Con- Aro isumniion, Klumuiatisni, female Weak- Sold ilioss, clo, Thov iv uio their acuvo prop Itv all crtioa w hen othor l'laaters ai-o uis'leao.and llUftltt, VIU. IU.' r-,ll Hi... .w. r,v,l' Dealers where applied pain cannot exist. Kvcry Krom 'family should have them. Om-si' ito";. 'oloth, thivsuosoiitet,i.i fcuinptesent thnii k. bv mail, on ravwint of .'5 cents. 'i. S. HAUNKS, 13 4 li thus lUw N. April, I8tl 4Mly. DITCH I.ETTlNd. Notice is hereby fcivrn that on the 1 dav of June next, al Ihe bouse of John II. ill IVrry Township, I will lei lo the lowest bidder in separate Sections, the nuking of drain No. commencing about HO rodwSwest of the south pot of ws'tion II, town :t north, rang Vi ; tli nee northerly and norlh-easU rly to a point I the cuuri'f liio .with-tai tUartrof section 1. I said TowusKip. Tho aeetions aru l!ll n ds each tenj;lh ; the bottom to be toot, and slopes 1, rise IS base (!. .irtb to be thrown J tect beyond SPECIAL NOTICES. TMPOHTAST TO F K M A L E b I X UK. ClIErsKMAN'.S nt,!,M. rrcpured bv (rii'.lliiii (.'iu-csi'innn, M. I). Wfw Turk City. The combination of mgri'diints in thcHtJ'ills an tin1 rfHiiltnf a lonj? nilivtion-iiie prnrtire. They nrn mild in tlicir opprntion, and oortnin in (Mrrf'tinR nil imul.ii itir, painful MonMtriifiiionH, ll1oving oil otiHtrurtioim, wlicthcr fnm cold or nthr-misci liend aclio, piiin tlir nidi., palpitation of tin- lii-nrt, ttl.it.n, nil iirrvon iilKctions, liy wtrric!, fatigue, p on tin' Ijiick unci linilis, Ac, disturbed le(p, which iiiri-M' fn iii iiili'iruptioii of imliuv. . To MAiiiur.ti I.aiiiks." Iir. Clii'i'sctitaN'M I'ill.sari. Invnlti ililc. iim they will brinff mi tin- monthly pcl'i- ol with rounl.irity. Wiuihii hIm lmv, txi'n disnp ill.Oi) pointod in the nsr of other 1'illn onn plnoo tlir utmost ooniidi'iii'p in I)i'. l'hci'.K iiiiiir I'illg doinjf all they rvpn'Wnt to tin, NotiPk. TlifiT i oin" condition in the female ava (rt ill hieh tin" I'ilU eminot 1m' tnken without j'm diieinj; a pkci-i.iah ioui.t. The eiuidiiaun nd'envd to ! lumiSACv miilt.lier..sulf,MiscAriRiAUK. Such is th ini'.!.t:iMc teiiiteiiry of the mcclicinn U re store the sexual function fi a normal conilitioii.tluit ,,v,'n t'lt' reproductive power of n ittiro eamiot resist W.iiT.inti'd Milelv vrircHl'h. nnd fco from nnv- tliing hijin iou. 1'splieit diivctions, Mhieh nhimlcl he rend, accompany each box. I'l'iee .l. Hent by m ill on enclosing $1 v Pr. CnnielinsL. Chuespmati, box l.."i:!t. l'oM-o!)lce, New York City. I-5V"Sold hv one Irntttl.st in ever'v town in the C. S. ' II. H. llt'Tf'UINM, (ieivfiil Agent for the I . S.. o. M Kiviuhvivy, To,,nnl ,,,,,., sly.uld l.o d,lr,-ss.;d. ror mile by I'lirtti Hamilton, rcmaintiT 4'Mv ! MISCELLANEOUS. the . a j all j : j i i I : j ! I ' I j ! j j 1 1 , " I ' -! the i ir the j s.ue ; 1 and on Y. Ith Ford, 10, t., cast; near in iu M thu 1 1KTIT10N' KOI! mVOKCK. COUKT OF L COMMON 1'I.KAS WO(H) CO o. Willard V. Way pl'tn vs Sophia Way deft i"l l , . . ', ' .,,.''! lie above n.nii 'il iiefi;ndai)t is hereliv nolitien the nlaintitr has (lied his petition in the Court oniiumi I'leas of Wood couutT. Ohio, allecinfT I ..'U-..I.I I I. .....' J.. , ,.. .1... - . .. , ....... ,r.., . T.u. ..!..:...:. r. .. I'iLiriil ri.il'i , ii:i i in i.iiiv lunmtm iiiuiiiini, i.', iii.'.v .i . , . . . I ii. ,.i 1111 ii niree year. nisi pani, auu pnivmi; iimi upini urn iin.ii iieiirinii l'r,iiii uiilrl ilf.ri.iiiliinl. lliu.i.cvHi.rric X-Pnoir iillvo un: iiii.ii iii-iii uiu i') Bin' i ' ni ni., in: iii.i.i u' hi i iii 1. 1 ii Perryuhurg, .Tune 3, 18fil SwO tit t j.; j V V We wish to purchase TIIKKK IMPTtOV-I I'd) I'.MtMS. in Wood county. I'non one will Two Thousand Hollars when possession is taken uud upon each of the others, fivo Hundred Dol lars. We should ho pleased to see, or correspond w ith any persons having improved farms for salo in this county. V. k D. K. Hoi.i.enihsck, IVrrysliurjf, June 1SD1 5vvj Agents. rp II i: B O 1) U (J U K It . . This wonderful article, just patented, is some- ininp eiuireiy nrn , uun ne, ei ijriore oueieu to iienis wiioaiv wuuieii every wiicre. l ull partumiais sent fret. Address uK- sn.wv . cr.MiK iti,u, r,,i-.i Mai,.. nKOCKKV AND PROVISION STOIIK V.T :o: Low I'rices and ISemly Pay :o: 11.,..:.., i , n . , j ri.ni.riTn , "auiur pn'liased thu entiiv stock ot flROC EK I KS t'ornfrly owned by Ueo. W. Itnllenbeck will ; coniinuo oiisinei-s AT THE OLD STAND, Where, 1ia inp ivplenislied the Stork with a large and E T I R E N F. W ASSORT M E N T, 1 am now prepared to supply tho citizens of Terrys burir, and siirroniiilio coimiry with iJroceTies ami Provisions, Of the choicest kinds unit at the cheapest possible price. Those wishing lo purchase anything in niv line w ill find it to their advantage to (five me a call, as uervtiiinj( I sell will be SOLD AT TIIK VKKi" LOWKST TURKS I have on huisl, iilno, u laifre nml well selected 1 " rqoTS KSD SHOFS ' ' ' wl.iel. t warm.,! to Kive :uisf,,etin or no mIc. Ick'. I'K! UKl-lhave on hand a larff,-supply slock ot of ehoiee Lake lee. which may h obi.iineii at nil times nn reasonable teiuis. i i'.' All Uimls of produce taki'ii in ponds. J, -'" i'en'vsbuii:, .Vov Ln, l.stiu I V K ti fl -t X T E X S S A I, K S Mow ria? and Suiteiitcr fioods. (i. I!. Keeps all kinds of now elVi'iing great bargaing iu Dry (loods. ndv Madv Cloihiop. lioous and Shoe- Ac, & v tiUMM Kit COATS He will sell very low fur cash. He has many Styles of I.AD1KS HOODS, whieli he is selling at less than cost to close out. (treat Ha ly a ins aUo in Ladies and flouts I'uis, flufl'atu HobeR . iiii 1 iiiau i-uu'i m ti" no uitii it 1 wni 111 w ii' t ' ui lol.ti,,jU.,V,r this r(lld weHlhl.r. Ill nhort if VOU Want. , Uo,u Call on G. B. Kreps. If you want floods Kunhiouatile. Call on G. 13. Kreps. If you want (tooths Cheap, Call on G. B. Kreps. If you want to pet your money back, Go to G. B. KREPS. ren-ybui(t. Dec. 12th, JSrtO. e.nrtf- ! UliVANT. fOI.SOM, STHATT0T A KET.TOX'S I MKIICANTILE COLL KG! E, ( ru!VELNn, (IUO. ! One of the Kijrlit Vllepi of the "NATIONAL j CHAIN, located at I New York city, Philadelphia, Albany, Ilulfalo, ; Cleveland, Detivit, tliicajro and St. Louis. : Schi'larship purchased at this point good lor , eollcgcs. GIlfATKST IMil'CKUEvr IN THK f.MTKD STATES. Vir full particulars ie extonaive collogiatc course, embracing all beanehe pertaining cotnmor eial Hfienoevhe imi of Cleveland oolhirrg, with thorough rorpaof teachelti and lctui-er. and tw practical and e xeM.iivd rraident xirincraU; untionet chain synom. atloribo)! litr mw and butt.) advaiilrpea than any xjiijrlo, ia-JuteJ school can lenotio. I'ractieal aud Oi nauiental IViiniannnii , . , . 4 . . t laiifrnt dv nim oi oem Ainenmn ni iisis, wuos I sK'Ciincns are taking premiums at an me iaun; I THE COI.I.KGK BANK . .. , , Hu business in huudlinc mooet nuikinir dimiwite, disoountinc note, ilrawintr notua thawing cheeks, Jtcjll.c UK EAT KAILKOAD SET, 1'iiibr.teing ticketing, freighting, station business, entries of Auditor, Cashier, &e. the only complete set vol inllM.lme.lj lll'valit & Suallon's Text liooks, to lie used in connection with mmnscripts j tlm'u w orks on Hook Keeping, their Counting House edition being 320 pages, their Commercial Calcula tions HOD pagca.boih published by lvistHii& i'hinney New York; their Cominorcial I.w, written by Amoi I lean, I.. L. D., Prufessor of Law in the l'niersiiy of Albany.amlj.ublished by D, Appleton &,Co.,New York. Address, for catalogues, circulans or iuform.i tion of nnv kind, to iKislsjre stumps enros., - EOI.SOM A FKL't'ON, Cleveland, Ohio. SrpbmU.r, ISS(t-21ly, j ( Ayer's Sarsaparilla. rift '-T ,-f(. C(' '' 'tr ... !. GOODS & GROCERIES. i all th pre their E T TUIJ WORLD HEAD. FOR TI1F. BEST& CHEAmf 000D3 (It) TO TtlK 6TCRK Or W . J . II I T C II C 0 0 K trw ooousl f.W i:eorl nkw coups ! nkw goods! nkw iioopr! new uooiis Nrw ooona! M;w rntcra! sew rmcES iEW THICKS NEW PRICES ! NEW Mlcril NKW PHJCES t The (argent stocks of gnniU ever oir ered in thi market, embracing n eirllesa varioty of articles STAl'I.K, FAJfCY AND FASHIONABLE, . In the selection of which no ct)irl has been spar- i . i.l. :.. . r ' ",fa "l " ,..,... .,., ,....,. .......- I '.AC 1)11 lilllllIM M I I K r. .. . , ...i n ol . J . lliieneocK, on me comer ol rront ana j.ou- lljiuiini Avenue, i unjsuury, vrmu. QUALITY is the DKST TKST of CHEAPNESS. Inspection nnd Comparison will prove that for va riety, eleffiinco, richness, cheapness, beauty and quantity, this stock is unsurpassed by any now of fered iii the West. " LAPIKH'FASIIIONABLK DRESS GOODS t In this department preat advantnge mny be obtain ed by close cash buyers, from the tact that the goods uro bouphtfor cash directly of the eastern dealers and nituiMfiicUircrs, and nil imported poods nrebo't at just what it costs to import thoin, hence he can allbrd to sell goods at MUCH LOWER riilCF.S than goods are pent-rally gold, which is an iU.ni of creat interest to tlie people of Wood county. A suf llicicnt in duccmcnt, we tako it, to inaka lVrryiiA burp th: trading point. HRADV MADE CLOTH 1X0 ! In this depuitment, we haro the lurgeat and uiosf roiuplcto tissor'.meiit in Northern Ohio. Wade up. according to the latest fashions and iu the most sub stantial manner, warranted to give the very best satisfaction, or no sale. HARDWARE, GROCERIES, &U. Those w ishing to purchase envthinar in this liim I w ill find it to their advantage to pay my Store a visit neiore purchasing elsewhere, llie attention ot the puhlic is respectively iiivitii' to my extensive stock, feeling itasurisl it will Ixj liim' profitably spent. J-SfTrodiiee taken inoxehangr for goods. W. J. HITCHCOCK. IVrrysburg, January 2d, 18C1. i II A if IN' 1 t) ! K -N I N a o r ISTAIM.K AND FANCY CRY GOODS, HATS, CAr.S, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Crockery and Glassware, W OOP KN WARE, HARDWARE, Farming Tools, UROCERIKS, PROVISIONS,- ETC. I,adies' lrcss Gond 'fv, Chaste, Kich and Klegant Patterns, Just received by A. G. WILLIAMS & Blta Sugars, Amber Syrup; African, 11 io and Java Coflees, Layer and Seedless Ilaisius, very nice, Truncs and Currants, GLASS, DYK-STUFFS, SPICES, Kerosene Oil. Tea at 50 cents, and Jl tea for 76 cents; try 'it. Prime Live fJeeso Feathers, Itotailed from $1 lti up. Mackerel and Cod Fish, Looking classes, etc. CLOTHING, HATS AND CATS, New Spring aud Summer styles, Strong and Cheap for Cash; for sale by Williams. GOODS AT SECESSION FKICKS FOR TUE LADIES. French Printed Bareges, very cheap. French Printed Organdies, beautiful designs, (linghani Lawns, Printed Lawus, Priuted ftnl liautes, all entirely new styles. Mourning (loods, Embroideries, Berege de I.aincs, Summer Press Linen Lustres, .Valenciaa, Foulard Silks, Marseilles, Lawn Robes, Organdie Kobcs, Grenadines, Challies, Counterpanes, Napkins, Doylies, Damnek Cloths, Ruffling, Edgings, Moreens, Flannels, Lace Veils, Cotton Sheetings, Dress Ituttons and Trimmings, a handsome assort- - mont, all new. Bonnets and Itibbons, Misses' snd Children Flats and Hats, Parasols, the newest and richest out j Shawls of every description, Mantillas and Itaglans; please call and examine be for purchasing elsewhuru. Fish I Fisu! A good supply of all kinds eon. stantly kept on band at our store. tProduco taken in eicbaog for poods. A. O. WILLIAMS &. BRO. i'nd door from th pott ofllr.