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Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. not no aoi'Tii. Kight Exp 1 1 ::io r. M. Hail 1 1 ;:;n a. m. 001N(I NORTH. NurhtExp.-::(() a. m t;iil 3:011 p. M. Freight 7:07 f. H. Height A. M. m To My Home Correspondents. Ou my return last evening I again found a large I nuni'ier of letters which Ituvc been mailed from one ( point to "another over the country, aud have finally j been returned to me here. I I now hnre between three and four hundred ouch letters, which 1 have been unable t" answer, ami which I cannot answer mw, nil must leave foi Washington to-m. rrow evening' or Friday morning. Doubtless many lett 'rs s-nt to meat points w here I was reported to have pone, have not and prolably never will reach m '. I therefore take this method of saying to the residents in the District who have written me during the past three months mi I have received no answers, thnt I have been so constant ly engaged with matter which required my inten tion at different points since, the adjournment of Congress, that I have been tillable to k n-p up my correspondence as proinjitly as 1 could wish. 1 trust this explanation will ha satisfactory to all those whose letters are unanswered. J. M. ASHLEY. Toledo, June 26th, 1861. The 21st Regiment. Letters received here last week finin the Ferry. -s-liurg boys, seem to in.lic .its that this regimen! will remain at Ihillipolis until the expiration of their term of enlistment. The boys seem to hnve consid erable sp irt, and not unl'ivquenlly a fca-t of " good things," which are supplied by the good people of tho surrounding towns and neighborhood.-!. If it wasn't for an occasional false alarm of the approach of secessionists, to create an exi iteiuent, we suppose some of them would soon "spoil for a muss." Nathan Strickland, James La Fane and nnother. whose name were unable to learn cam 1 home last week, they being too sickly to perform duty. A dispatch on Tuesday to the Cincinnati (7 ir 'f. from Columbus, says Col. Norton of the 21st IJ-.-f.ri- mcnt, State troops at Gallipolis, telegraphed the Governor to-d.iy that on Saturday night a mimic 1 party of 50 men canu from Ciiarle.-tnivii, Ya., t Point Pleasant, headed by A. (!. Junkers, and took some of the most prominent I'nion citizen.) there prisoners, and inarched them oil'. (Vloiud Norton started with u hundred men in pursuit, hut could Mot overtake them. He then scoured the country at ml took 3ft prominent seressi.-ni.-.ts prisoners, whom lie now holds as hostages for the safety of the I'nion men in the hands of the rebels. Norton says there are 3,500 rebels now at Charlesloivn, under command of Howe. New Types. "W'a have been to considerable expense, of la'e, in procuring new types tor the reading matter of our paper, and we think tho .ioi'K.vu, now makes as tine mil appearance us any county paper in the State. Hesidcs, the types are smaller than wo have bei n i:i the habit of using, and, therefore, we are enabled to give a greater quantity of news in the same amount of space. Wo nsk our readers ti show this number of the papa' to their friends, and re quest them to subscribe. Every man in the county should take at least one paper, and as many more lis ha feels his circumstances will permit : an 1, in order to keep thoroughly ported concerning the af fairs of the county, that paper should lie the one published in his own comity. (!lve us the proper support, friends, which of course includes the nJ j'ul, and wo will guarantee to give you your m mov's "worth. The Effect on Newspapers. That the effect of the war nst newspapers will be severe, no one pretends to doubt. in the South " suspensions until after t'ne war," are (piiie com mon, an.l iti fact there are bin a few of the ni '.-t prominent journals in each of the seceded states .that are continued at all. In the North the greate.-.t hardship is felt by the metropolitan join nals, which have had immense patronage in the way of adver tising. This being materially reduced, and in ma ny cases entirely discontinued, of course newspa pers have to depend in a great degree upon their circulation. As a consequence many of the large city dailies have been reduced in size, while others have been ni -rged into one concern. It is proper to state, however, that most of those who have dis continued advertising, were impostors and quacks ; cud ttc presume the people cell get along very well without their wonderful patent medicine cures. Ohio Union Loan. The State of Ohio asks a loan of i'2,0tl0,00O, for eeven years at six per cut., payable scmi-anuu.dly, and the stock exempt from taxation. The invest ment is not only safe but eminently a good one. That persons of small means may have a share, bonds of $ll)i) and upwards will -e issued. Kvery CouBty Treasurer is authorized to receive ami trans mit the money and secure the bonds. Parties wish ing to take any poition of the loan here, can apply at the Treasurer's office, deposit the nionev, take bis receipt and hi due time receive their bonds. In these times of high taxes, the exemption from taxa tion is no small item. The Fourth, Our Howling Crcen friends are preparing for a gala time, and we have reason to believe that those who join them in this anniversary celebration will return well natisljod with the festivities of the day. At Fiudhiy the day will also be duly observed. About l,2(h) soldiers will meet there for parade. There will also be military displays at Toledo, Fre- moot, Tillin and almost every considerable town throughout the North-west except Perryshurg. Tho Hhide says the Father Mathew Tcnqieranco Society of Toledo have chartered a Propeller, and will make an excursion to Put-iu-Hav. A New Editor. Wo nro informed that II. D. Cooke, Esq., Editor and part owuer of the Ohio State Juiinml, has dis posed of his interest in that paper to Isaac J. Allen, Esq., Superintendent of Common Schools, who w ill henceforth fill the position of principal editor of the Journal. Mr. Allen's term as School Superintend ent expiring last month, ho declines a re-election, in order to devote his entire attention to the editorial management of the Jum-tiul. The Wool Trade. We have noticed an unusual activity in tho wool trade tho past week prices ranging from 22 to IJ5 per pound. In this connection we may state that Swigart A Co. have their new carding machine in full operation, in the west room of Winder's wood iiii-iiiiiSsiioiiiioiiiiiBiiiiirauiievumarercauyioiiu orders of carding on short notice. Schooners in Port. . Tho .4hto and Snlm were at tho dock on Tues day the former loading with staves und the latter with corn. Blanks! Blanks!! All kinds or Hlanks, of the most approved forms, well printed on tine paper, such as Peeds, Mortgages, Summons, Executions, Attachments, Subpoenas, Constable Sales, Plank Notes, Ac, &c, kept constantly on hand and for aale cheap at this ollace. All kinds of blank printing done to order on short notice, and warranted to give satisfaction. Notice to Correspondents. We cannot publish communications or other mat ter, hereafter, unless accompanied by the writer's proper name uot ueeessary for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. We are pleuaed to hear from our friends in the country and hope they w ill favor us with all matters of interest iu their respet iva localities provided, always, they comply with tho above request. Cure'your own horses, and save the Farrier's fee! The fulluwing letter was received from Pr. Peal, who is a veterinary surgeon of great skill) Howkbsvillr, Harrison to., O., May 1800. Messrs. J. N. Harris & Ju., Cincinnati: 1 have given Ferry Pavis l'iu Killer in many casea of colic, cramp and dysentery in burses, and never knew it to fail to cure in a single- instance, look upon itaaaoeriain reined v. John H. Dual. For Colds, Sprains, Scratches, Ac, there ia do lit tler Liniment. Try it. livid, by nil uediciui- dealers, 9w) Our Bock Table. HOME MAGAZINE, JULY 1861; T. S. Arthur & Co. Philadelphia, Pa. This Is an excellent number i contains six superb illustrations and almost forty pages of choice mis cellany and stories. It is, perhaps, the best two dollar magazine published : and those desiring to subscribe for ft work of merit and real raluo, will find many advantages in the Heme Magazine. THE LAMES' REPOSITORY, July 1861:Poe & Hitchcook, Cincinnati, O. This highly intructive and nv.ral, as well as en tertaining periodical has again made its appearance upon our Table, The number before- us ivnaiit'-s two superb steel engraving"-" The Morning Toil et," and "Pocahontas." The iir.-t is a honi -scene," and is decidedly life-like. 1 he let' r is the embodiment of purity an 1 inner, 'ice v. ith love liness in a noble Indian j;ii! -almost a living p.r s.'.ui'leation of the saver of the life of ('apt. John Smith, The literary productions in the present number are fully as replete with interest as they generally always have been ; to say more would be superfluous. The Repository contains, besides tlie num. -rous and merited pi.ces of poetry, and lively and engrossing Editorials, the foil mine; urti-rl-s: "The Transfiguration ; " Theodore My lilind Hoy ;" " Li Fayeile in IV's n :" " l'ocah n tas ;" " The Power of (!i uius " b g. l-ier u ith o,h cr absorbing articles "ton numen its to mention." The Ladies Repn-oWy is un,ueHti'iially rt- mag azine for ladies. All its articles are characteried by i ha- t. neM and the love of (ho us -fnl : no "Filth Avenu " iviy.ict for (!ml divs it alloc.'.!., but the pure and simple f oe for the Creator to whem we owe our existence. Subscribe for it, la lies, T rms, two dollars a year, in advance. THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, July 1861; Ticknor & Fields, Boston, Mass. Tlie July number of this admirably conducted magazine has boon received. The proprie! -i s, as usual, appear to be aware of the appreciations itn I wishes of the coun'rv at the present time, tin 1 th. reti re have pr.scnt.d in the present issue, as in the preceding one, a full variety of "warartieles.' The paper " Washington as a Camp," furnished by the brave Major Winthrop, w ho so gallantly fell at the uno ritinat" conlliet ai I ire.it l'ctlicl. will be read with uncommon avi.li-y : especially by the-;.- who have friends or relatives in the ranks in th r vicin i'y. "The Fluted States an 1 Europe" is an ehilv i ate an 1 careful revi.-.ion of the relations cwlsthi;- l.-e-tween tliis country and the nations on thv opposite side of the Atlantic : bearing principally i n t'.n-ir f.-. lings and sympathies in the p:- -s -nt crbis of our cottniry. "Th" Ordeal by Hatlle " is exclusively ile vote 1 to the discus -i-..u of the war que.-.licn. "Col. KUswortlt," is a pithy sketch of the life, labors and object of that lamented commander. " l-.'niancij1a-tioii in Ku.-.-ia " is also em tiling to wh.ich every cue's aitemuai should be call d. P avs: nts a few sni.gestion.s w hich the Admini-.:ratiou limy be com pelled to carry out, in the eotne of the war with the St ites tolerating slavery. Mrs. Slowe's ' Ar ties of Sorrento" is c nt'mred. and a s'otv of ro n: ukablc power entitled " 'i ll lliunt-il Shantv.'' given complete. reral po -i al:o given. Terms, one copy c 'pies -V j ; live copies i of i are one Year merit are c- : tivo THE EDUCATIONAL MONTHLY July E. E. White. & Co., Columbus, O., at St a year in advance. This is an exceeding in'orestin: number, and s louel ue 1-:H1 tv everv teaet: :cr in ilie Mate ol Ulno. And r. in iq 4 n hila we thin! rk. This iiit of it, v.o thlv do,-. will make one other nils almost entirely n.iuce. Times are its circd uioii li r ills l atiier dull just now, an.l. as a consequence, the Monthly must sull'.-r materially, unless its friends take an active part in extending its circulation, and in all cases seeing that the cash accompany the or der, h is, a vigorous and faithful exponent of the e luca'.i- ual interests of the Si :re. r.n 1 every teacher who values his cuiiiig should not be without it. Dr.. Kieii.uip.soN's SitKi::iY Wish UiTfitas. In 1 SttS, lr. Nathan Uielianisou. a physician residing in South Iteai'.oig, M:i; ilh--, o el . d and proved in his et vi.-ive practice in that place ai:-l neighboring tie. lis, lie hciiolioi.il oiit-e's of toe in". Heine now .eiven to the world es th.- Sherry Wine Jiiit"rs. Tlie .success of Dr. lviehai !. on's practice becoming her alded throughout the New ihiglaud St.it 's. hi-business so increased, that he was n:ti compelled to i iiiijin-.u tne vi.:tu!g sv.-it m, an t csi.toIiii nine. . ill ditl'.-r. at parts of t:io St.,t -, where, on st.ite.l da .-, he m.t his paiicnts. Sunday was the i nlvday iliat he could be i't.und at le iii -. and In ny of tlie pt'vsi ut inhahitenls of Souih Heading will well remenib. r tiie throng of c trri-ijres that a'.tv.ivs surrounded his house on the Sabbath. Tlie present proprietor, Dr. S, 0. Ilichardsou, t son of the l ire Or. Nathan ?!i"har !s n.) a gradu ate id' th" Neve II .mpshhv Me, lie, d Colli-g.-, uhele he r. ceived Ids dei.'iv.- with usual honor, r.nd also a in. iuher of the Medical Society of l!o.,t m, lor th" purpose of relieving his age ! and hoiioiv-l parent i'roin his ardoitfi ilutics, wiis induced to relinquish his valuable practice in the city of Ito.-ion tosupcr iiiTi nd the inanui'acture of th: . m -. Peine, i:-: it re quires gcat skill end ec-uracy in its preparing. Vlie pimiinc sold bv l'ltci; i IIamii.Von. 'Jwt : j. i N E Y I N S T 1 T U T 1 0 N j The subscriber has established an Agricultural i Machine Warehouse in Perryshurg. lie will be i able to furnish the Farmers, and all others in want of articles in his line, with any and every kind of .Machine or rarnuug Implement desired, on the most rein onahle terms ; including in part of the follow ing articles: Kirov's American Harvester, Hall's It-Mping and Mowing Machines, Woo l's Mowing Machines, Hubbard's Mowing Machines, Pitt's Threshiut; .Machines, lira in Drills, Separators, Horse Powers tfe PorUblo Steam Em-jincs. Also, all the best styles and patterns of iOWS, Harrows, Horse Iloes, Cultivators. Shovel Plows, Subsoil Plows, Thermometer Churns, ltoad Scrapers, Wheel-Harrows, Corn Shelters, Fanning Mills, Straw Cutters, Sutrar Evaporators, Clover Hollers, 11 use Jiakes, Scvthes and Snaths, Shovels and Hoes, Cradles, Sew ing Machines, Wagons, &c, Kc.t Ac. KV Kit Y V.VniKTY 01' B C5 A T, JO S , Fail-bank's pattern. And every description of Woi-d and Iron Workinir and other Machin-rv LOWEST PKll'E. Call and cxaniins sink 'and piles. D, KUEPrf. Pcrrvshurg, June 21lh, 13'11 FniS, "VfOTICE, To Fluabi-th Spragne, Sprague, X Md'addeii, known and unknown la irs of .las. McFiiddui, dec, and Win l eu Gitihrd, or his unknown widow and beiis, place of residence un known. Y'ou are hereby n.i'.ilie.l that John MoMa han,adm'r ofJas.McFadden.d 'o'd.on the 7 th of dun", 1M' I .tiled his petition in the curt of I'rof it" of Wood county, Ohio, the object and prayer of w l.ich in le gal form, is to obtain from said Court an older iissifjn dower to Mary MeFadd 'n, widow of lice, lu-lot JO 111 the town ot 1 i,rt i'e, an.l theouiut- able interest in the w K of the 11-w ' , ot sec. Illl town t north of range 11 cast, in said county, which decedent died, seized and holding, iii'id sell the same real estate, subject to said dower, pay claims against decedent's estate, and that said petition is set fur hearing in said court, the l'eth July, ls'l. JOHN' Jl'MAHAN, Adm'r. Cm. Stbain, attv. Juno 19, lotit- 8ivl A DMINISTllATOR'S NOTICKS.The under. last will and testament of Jacob Kcrgejuti- of Wood county, (., deceased. -IAliY A. li Flit ! li. Tiie undersigned liave been appointed to admin ister the estate of John Foster, late of Wood county Ohio, deceased. LOl'LSA FOSTFU, CAl.Fli NORTH. QHIO C 0 L L F (i E O F T H A I ) F For Practical COMMERCIAL 1 N s r n u c r 1 0 N . ClIAltl'Eill.K, MAY, 1S01. No. 170, Summit S'lvet, Toledo, Ohio, For urther particulars, address V, (iltlitJOKY, President. JOTH'F. Left mv bed ami board without any just cause or l.rovocation, my wife, Henrietta l.arucr. ah persons are lierein noiiiied not to liar boror trust the said iienrieiu liarberoii my account as 1 -shall pay ao debu of her contracting after ibis date. J. It. liAiatKK. Perryshurg, June Kith, 18fil 7w3 TTACIIMFNT NOTICE, lleiiiamin Heott, Jiluilltilf, vs. I, ltou en, defeiidant. Hefoiv N. Purling, J. P. of Perryshurg township, Wood county, O. Ou the 13lh day of June, lHill, said justice issued an order of attachment in the abov action (or the bum of 8 and 'i.'i-letl dollars. HENJAMIN BCOTT, lrmrr tnn lUoon. TTr. Wearer's MediciiK for humors. These invaluable medicines have -cbieved a complete triumph in eradicating humora of all kincU from the human system. ThfT were introduced to the public some six years since, and have lieen used with entire sncre's. The Canker nud Salt Hlieum Syrup is taken internally, which cleanses the Id 'l by Ihniwiiur impurities to the surface, w hen the Cerate is applied externally, and all the eruptions are destroyed, and health and benutv are restored. Tlicirastouisbing success has called out many ignorant pretenders, who have in troduced their w onderful productions to the public. Th y are out hi almost every form, from panaceas down !o pit's, and nil for humors, (of course they are.) Si Id by PttcK A Hamilton. tjwt " To orK Mrneit Ts. If you do not keep P. W, He La n 1 .V Co. 'a Cheinic.il Salcralns. procure it at once as it is gaining friends so fast am ngst the g.l In us.'keepers f the countiy that you w ill s ion h ne a c-.il f r nothing else. Von ran gel Lat hoi vale ol the popiiet is, at Fairpat, Monroe Co., New Yolk. rof W.J. llitchc.uk, Pctrysblilg. Meifi;i .'luMitn I.i it imr tit I's wond"rfnl elf -ets and consequent popularity. Perhaps no aiticle in the history of J i.-i i i Jficn ever inquired the same patronage. as subject to the same titunlior of severe and Uill' ivnt tests, and in I with s ft w failures as the Mustang Liniment. It h is justly been styled a pan teen for all external Wound's. Cuts, Swellings, Sprains, Utilises or erup tions on Man or Hcast, Physicians are compelled to pf -el ibe it .- an I i'roin i'.i rem li kable effects ill stuhh' in I. am etiesj, I'hronic liiicumatlsm. c. it his attract. d the attention of the tirst scientific min is of ilie ei , No hous or stable should be without it. careful of whom you purchase. Vile counterfeits h-ive bam put in ('imitation ""d Mipeiised by injunction. All genuine will here lifter be ir tlie i . i ilureof (I. W. Ves;biiMk,Cliem is. no 1 l. S. It li nes. Proprietor, w ith the words ' t rade" "M.,rk," in two Medallions of thu Federal ciurencv. Three sues. Sold cvei vw here. I'u'j I). S. HAKNKS, New York, .llotlivrs, rend Ihis. The followin" is an extract from a idler written by the pastor of a P.aplist church to the '(Journal! and Messenger," Clut iiiuatl. Ohio, and speaks vol-tim-'s in favor of that world-renowned medicine Mi;s. Winsi.ow's Sootminu S.yisi r Koit i'iiii.dkkn rititriiiNd: We see an a i rlUement In your coluinns of Mis. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Now we never s :i l a word in f.nor of a patent medicine before in our lite, but we feel compelled to say to our readers, thnt this is no humbug - vn iiavk thikd it amo know it to in: Al l. ir n. Altos, It is, probably, one o' t'ie most sueee.-sfiil nudlci)cs of the day, he-cau.-e it is one of the best: and those of your readers who have babies ci.n't do better than toluv in a supply. 49-ly. Homo Testimony. tiit.K.vp, Woon CorsTV, Ohio. August Lltli. i Pit. C. W. Kon.U'K.- Dear Sir : Permit me to Inform you and i ll sutfei ing humanity ulllicted as I have been, of the bene lit I have derived from vonr valuable Scandinavian Flood Purifier and Fills. I have Ivtd a delicieiicv in mv limps for som two years, that bnilled all the skill of our best Physi cians, both nt home and abroad : besides 1 had the Dyspepsia so badly that my food would not stay in my stomach in the smallest quantities : and through tlies diseases I became so emaciated and weak I could scarcely w alk, and sometimes roul -l not. Put I em hearty and reasonably well at the present, and I allege the cause to your medicines, for 1 took no others at that time, ami much thanks to you for the Almanac that accidentally fell into mv hands. 1 leoni ours truly, J, llAl.MKK. How li.x". r'rt:ii;tii Syrup f 'ure so in mv di-Mses app-ireudy dissimilar? W turnover tin' mind is ta wd more than the body , the penal. y is Dysp p.-.ia.tlte most convenient name for a lev ion oi eon, plane.-, ooginnni", it li impaired diges tion, ati-1 generally endinu: in Consumption, and all uriginutiug in a d ter!i ra'ion of the blond. i From the l!ev. Dr. (irecnlcaf.l Ci.m'innati, Oct iber 12. 1S.V.I. I have derived so much personal beiielit from the "Peruvian Syrup," that I do not hesitate to recom mend it use to ii'l that large chits of cases, w here iron is iheeliicien! remedy. To clergymen especial ly, and persons whose occupati- ns tax heavily the n. i veils cue. pes, or to siiti -ivrs troin tne (lelnlitating i fi'.-ctsof summer heats, I believe this, to be an inval uable rem. dial agent. P. If. tlKEF.SLF.AF, Hector of St. Paul's Church. "Pititrvi v-t SvKt i'" is a solution of Protoxide, of Iron, a new di-coeery in medicine, and srilo-s at I root of disease by pro, hieing healthy blood, the smrceofall vit tli'v in human organism. For sale all l.v drr.ggi-itii. Agents for Perryshurg. Peck & lialu'ilt .11. ' ' -1Sw4 SP03AL MOTSCES, r M P O 11 T A N T T O F E M A L E S 1 I PH. ClllirSVMAN'S FILLS. Prepare 1 by Corucii'i- Ch'esom an. M.D. New York Citv. 'i'he'coinhiiiaiioii of ingredients in these Pills ere tiie result of a long and extensive practice. They e.r mild in their operation, and certain in correcting all irregularities, painlul Mcn-.tru.itions, removing all obstructions, w hether from cold or otherwise; hea l ache, pain the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous ailcciions, hysterics, fatigue, pain tiie back and limbs, Ac, disturbed sleep, which arri-e from interruption of nature. To V.Atittlitli l.Atiiits, Dr. Clieesemaii's pillsitre invaluable, as they will bring on tho monthly peri od with regularity. Worn -n w ho have been disap. pointed in the use of other Pills can place the utmost conlidenee in Dr. Checsenian's Pills doing all they represent to do. No't'tOH. There is one condition in the female sys t 'in in which the Pills cannot be taken without pl d.icinir n rttc't i.l Alt HKsi i.r. The condition referred to !., l'lii-.cs'.H v--an d the result,.niscAiti;! aik. Such is the irr -.-jst ible tendency of the medicine to re store the s"ual funeiions to a normal condituai.that even the reproductive power of nature cannot resist it. Warranted purely vegetable and free from any thing injurious. Explicit directions, which should be read, accompany each box. Price $1. Sent by mail on enclosing 1 to Dr. Cornelius I,. Cheeseinan, box 4.5:11. Post-oilice, New York City. I ;V"Sold b) one Druggist in every town in the I. . !-. li. X. Ill 1 ( ui-.M lieii 'i al Agent for the I'. S., No. 14 Hroadway, To whom all or I -rs should be addressed. For sale by Pltciii II .U1II.TON, Pcrrvshurg. 41-ly 1) P. P. .1 . P AUK'S P1UCKLY PLASTKUS. Tlu v Impart Strength : thev Annihilate Pain. I Theso deliirhtful plasters yield readily i body, ubsorb perspi- ' Park's to the motion of the Patent ration and throw oil' all the oll'ensivc Poms coagulated impurities of the system. Prickly Tiuy should be used for all Chronic Plasters Pains, I'ainlness. Dyspepsia, Colds, Cnn Aro 'sumption, liheuniatisin, Female Weak Sold ness, etc. They retain their active prop Hy all Gerties when other Plasters are useless ,and Dealers w here applied pain cannot exist. Every From family should have them. One size on 1 to cloth, three sizes on leather. Sauiplesent Dimes, by mail, on receipt of 25 cents. li. S. HAltNES, l.J Si 15 Park How N. Y. April, lHiil 4tdy. MARKETS. Perrysburg Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & CO. Whcat"t'bu-. Wool Tallow It... live',' 1)11 Farley bu Oats V' bu Potatoes bu Flitter l Iti---Laid t' llj 80 . .2-.'t ':tj Itlc loc Lie lHt.'e'OC ..'II' L'.'ie K(oll)c .... 10c Flour t bid Jj.i(l(fi.50 II nms III tiiillle Shonl lers f'ih tic Poultry it 1! ,)(rfo Kggs ft do, 6.-i7 Feathers V lh He' "')(' (Ireen lli.h s '-'Ib- Salt tybrl $,7j Clover Seed ft bu if.i.M of to to of ' , w A N t j: d . We wish t purchase THRRK IMl'HOY. FP FAKMS, in Wood county. I' pun one will nry Two Thousand Dollars when possession is taken and upon each of the others, Five Hundred Dol lars. We should be pleased to see', or correspond with any persons hav ing improved farms for sale in ibis county, F. & P. K. Holi.umiki'k, l'erry::bu:g, June It, Isitl 5v3 Agents, 11LTITIOX Foil PIVOUCF, COUHT OF I COMMON" I'LFAS WOOD CO., O. Willard '. Way pl'tlf vs Sophia Way defts Tin' abov named defendant is hereby not i tied tli.it 1I10 plaintilf has liled Lis petiiion in the Court of Conunon I'leas of Wood county, Ohio, alleging wilful ab-a-nee and yross neglect of duty upon the part of said , defendant towards plaintilf, for moro than three years last past, and praying that upon the lin d hearing ot said cause, he may be divorced from saidd -ten 1 int. Hol.i.KMiKt K ccCooK, attys. Perry slnirg, June :t, 1 -Hi 1 aw 11 11 I F A U M F H S II O I 'I ho undersigned takes pleasure in announcing the Farm rs, and all Mowers of Grass, that he the side Agent for A N FW SCYTIIFI w hich is now unsurpassed for durability, and uno (plaited for easy work. It is temsred ill a furnace, and consequently there ure no hard or soft places in it, but uniform throughout ; the last half-inch just as (rood as the lirst. It is also kept in order much eusier than any other scytho known, requir ing but a few moments at any time to put it in x-r-fect order, in short it is the greatest Scythe ot the Hi;e. Call and ace it at the Store of U. H. KKEPS, 1-errysburg, June 18th, 18(11. "VJOTICE. In the iiioiuh of April, 1801, 1 gave note of hand to lb-ury Mercer, culling for fouty-seveu dollars and bfty cents twelve tuoulha alter dale. I hereby warn everybody against the purchase of taid note, for I shall never pay tha same. , JOHN BRUSsl'ER. is a THE LATEST NEWS. H 11 K FIRST 0 11 A X I) A R It 1 V A I, Ml the The t.rcat Dry Goods lMxttur ! COMniTITIQN PRMKl) GOODS FOR THE MILLION !: I't H. MI li 1. i; II A; l- O., would respectfully announce to tho oUizens of rERRYSCURG AND VICINITY, That they have just received direct from New Y'ork a large and well selected assortment of new and CHEAP DRY GOODS ! i'Oll THE SPRING ASP SUMMER TRADE, Comprising all the loading styles of Fancy, Staple and Domestic Pry Goods. NEW STYLES OF CAPES AND MANTILLAS, Ladies' Goods, HOOP SKIRTS, SHAWLS, HOSIERY, El 0-, ETC., v n V 0 II E A P Pl'V (iiM)ds, lirocrrics, Heady Made Clothing, Ilats and Caps, Hoots oud Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Ac, And, in fact, everything usually kept iu a FIRST-CLASS STORK, All of which will be aold at extraordinary LOW PRICES, t3?Jfotloe our Market reporta in to-day's paper. We buy and sell in accordajica with the pricea giv eu, t3PRemember the plaoe, F. R. Miller A Co., op. poaiU tha Perryshurg Bank Buildpiff, ftnjiWg, Maj 2d, imt I HIGHLY IMPORTANT. AND U IX I V A I. O V Sri'.Nii AND EL' MM 1111 GOODS! A T "HE A D QUARTERS! rKiiuvsiiuuo. 0:110, My stock is new and well select 1 an 1 embraces tU Ijcst, latest aiul fheaiest styles of staj'LK and p.ncy duy goods, ALL DOING, liuINiI CHEAP FOR CAS II! : CLOTHS, CASSIMKIUCS, YKSTIMiS, HATS AND CAPS All of the latest and verv best fahrle, hoots am; shoes, 11 11 d CI.OTlllNl! MAPK TO OHPKH on short notice and V A R R A N T ED TO F I T A UOOI) ASSOKTMKNT OF GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS, always on band. I am ruueiving this spring the largest stock of GROCERIES cvar bisiught to this city, whieh 1 iiitend to SELL VERY LOW FOR CASH. I'LOFRi I keep ou baud FKAUL MILLS XX 1'IOl'U, which always gives tho very best satisfaction, I'OFFKFSi Javi Hantoss and Klo, T i: A 1 IllllH'jial, IJI.ick aul Younj; Hyson, Wl'lLMlSi Crushed, CoBee Sugar, Coiuinni lo Prime, TPHACCOSi All kinds from Twist to the finest Cavendish. In thort, every thing usually kept iu a w holes.de and retail dry gixala und grocery store. Tho Highest Market fiico IN" CASH OU TRADE, Taid for pi-oilueo of all kinds, NOTICE. Persona bringing in Corn will taka notice that it must bo tirst thoroughly cleaned, Tha "Emma Houston" ia now receiving grain regularly at tha Terryaburg Dock. WM. HOUSTON. j i I I I j ! I - I j , 1 t j j ' j I MISCELLANEOUS. DO YOU W ANT WHISK FRS 1 PO YOr WANT WHISKF.Rtit P0 YOU WANT A Ml STAOIK t P0 YOL WANT A AH'riTACHK? r.F. LLIXUIl A M S CUM'.nil ATK1) STIMVUTtXd OMIl'RMT, rillt TDK WHISKIS ANt mm. The subscribers take pleasure in annoimcing to the Ciluoiisofthe I'nited States, t'oit thev have oh t iiue l the Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the Aiifrican imblie. tlm aUiVe justly ccle- biated and world renowned article, TIIK STIMI LATINU OMU F.NT is prop ari-ii by Pa, C. P. Pitt.t.tM.iU'i. an emin. lit ici,in of I. :i '.on, mid is w.irr.iiiie.l to hi inj ut a thick set i f WIUsKKKs OR A ML'srAC.iK. In from tiire" to six we, ks, Thi maliele is th" 011 U one o! the k'nd I' by the Fr. neb, and in I. 11 ! don nn I Paris it is in unicr' d in It is a b. Muti id. ce moinie.il, soot, limr. vet stimul.i- ting compound, no ing as it by ini'i'e upon the roots, e 'uslne- h.v.ndiul j.i--th of liiioiant lurr. If applied to the scalp, it Mill cure bal lue-., tin I eailvs to spring up in place of the bald spotc a line growth of new hair, Appli--d uceordii j; to dii.'c- lions. it will turn red or low y h.iir dark, and restore gr.n hair to its origin. il eolor.l a iair it soft, -mooth, and ll 'xlble. The "tncuent" is an hi.lip 'tis .Me ariieh' in every ntleinin's toilet, and after one woik's us" tin"! weid I not for ai:y 0 'iidderatiou be M it'll III it. The sole. "il T 1 are the only Aeeio f r the nr tiele in the I'nited St.ites.to w liotn all ui'd. rs luu -t be ad Ir 'ssed. price On.: Dollar a box for sale by nil Druirists an I P 'al.'is: or a box of ihe "Ongneiit" ( w arn tiled to hive the desired effect i i:l he sent to any who dctiiiv It. bv m ill 1 ilhecl, 1 s eoi "U packed, '.-n re ! c. tot of pi ice and post me, ! H. Apply to or address lliMiAt'!'. I,. Ill.tiKM N A Co., I'lll OOlSTS, AC., Plain 81 William Street. New N. rk. A I, Oil., Coal Oil Coal Oil, Coal Oil, New Supply, New Suppli, New Supply, p,v s,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,. New Supply tlnly SO cents per gallon! Only HI! cents per gallon! (Inly SO ci nt-i p' l gallon! At tin- Drug Storo, At the Drug Stoivi, At the Prug St ire, ,t the Drug Ston ''Com.' nil and try It, And you'll e'er buy it." FliCK A HAMILTON. It A Ni I) X V U I N ii O IT, X I N Hi 1 is now receiving his tirst stoi k of s F R I N (1 li o 0 n s II llllll W t: IIU tllll'l.'IIT Al' I' IS to iitl'L I STYLES A 11 E NEW mid beautiful, ami w ill he sold at ASTONlSlllNtll.V LOW I'iill liS ! I'AI I, KAHI.V. W'M. UOIiKUTSON. Mamiu-e City,!).. May K. 1mI. MRS. W1NSLOW. An experienced Nurse and Female I I nan, lire sents to the att ailion of mothers, her S 0 U T II : N u s Y 11 u V , Kill Clttl.lmltN TKITlllNIi, which ereallv faciltil.iles the proce.- of ("ehini;,bv sol'leniii" the l mils, redueinu- all iullamiiialion - will allay ali pain and spasmodic action, and is NI'liK TO II Kill I.Ai'K Uli: IIOWI'OH, Pcnend utioii It, m.cli 'fs, it will ,','ive re.-l lo K Ives. and TO It K I, Ell' AND II K A I. VII VOUH IKl'ANTS It not onlv relieves the child from pain, but invijr or.ites the stoniai'h and bowels, correcis ai j. lily, and Lives tone and cneicv lo the whole system, U vv ill almost Instantly relieve. (Ulll'INII IN Till'. HUWKI.S, AMI WISH Clll.lt) and overcome convulsion-;, which, if not sliecdilv r lliedied, end ill death, Webi liev; it, the best and aiirest renieilv in the world, in all eases of Pyscn- terv and Dial rlnca in children, whether it arUes from toelliing, oi1 from any other cause. We would say bi every mother who has a child suttcring from any of the foregoing coinpl.diits-. -ilo nof lei your prejsi ilices, nor the prejudices of others, stand belivecn vou and nur sulierin.it child, and lie: relief that will he sure ves, absolutely sure- - to follow th.- use this 111 'diciue, if tiiu ly u I'd. Full directions fir using wilt accompany each bottle. Non i-ciuiiiio unless the lac-simile of Cl ItTIS 4 PERKINS, New-York, is on the outsi le wrapper. Sidd by all Druggists and puaicrs in Mcniclnos ill Wood county. Principal Olliee, 1:1 Cedar sirect, N. Y. PRICE ONLY a-) GEN IS PER i'.UITLE. April, 1S01 -lldy. J)LTTlo.N FOR I'AUTITION, Homer Hart, Ellen Hart, Thomas R.-i 1 and Robert Iteid, will lake notice thai a petiiion ivas tiled against them on ihe l-ih day of .hue-, Is ll, in the Court ol f 'mum hi Fleas, wiliiiu and for the c..iniy of Wood, atjd Slate of Oiiio, by John Rei I, for himself, uod as tbiardiau of Aivliioahl S, lb-id, James Iteid. and l.-abella livid, minor heirs of tiie estate of Isa bella R -id, late of said county, deceased, and now pHiuling, ivhereiu sai I John Roidil. -mauds par tition of the following real estate, lo-wit: That part of tlie eat hah' of the west S,of the sou'h-ca t 1 Iwug si nth o the wot branch i f Foi'lago li. e'r, iu s -clion miniher nine, low 11 a nort'.i, range 12 east, iu Wood county nud Slateol' Ohio, less elev en acres olf tie- pout'li end thereof, 1 cotuaiuing elev en and sixty-three hundredths acres : and that the next term of sai I court,! 1 said John Reid will apply for an order that partition 111 ay be made said premis s, JOUV REI I), bv I'i:ri:n IIki.i., his attorney. June 17, Istil - 7wti.fi si. t D.MINISTR TlilX NOTICE. IN WOOD CO. l pitoiiATF corirr. Mariah F, You'll, a lmini-lratrix of (labri d Yoiuit, dee., vs Thomas Vomit, Abraham Fount, Daniel Yount, Mariah Heals, Ceo. W. Vomit. Win. II. Heals, Sarah Yount, A. Jackson Yount, James Mctlninis and Siisiiin i Milliiinis. Abraham Yount and A. Jackson YmiiiI, non-residents of tiie Si. ue of Oiiio, will take notice thai Mariah E. Vomit has this day libit her petiiion ask ing till order of sale of ihe followt.ig real c-ta'eto-wit: allof that part of the ent half of fractional section fifteen, township six, range ton. hiving east of the Daytoiiaii.l Michigan railroad, iu Hod coun ty, Ohio, 'containing 1)1) acres more or less ; charg ing in s lid petition in letiledness ol said estate the amount of l,oUU, Said petiiion will be for hearing oil the I Oh day of July, It-si I, at 2 o'clock, p, m., or so soon thereafter K conns 1 can be heard. FiiU'K & Johnson, atts for plt'll'. June 17, 18.11 -Tiio?:! to. 1 1ETITION FOR DIV0R( K.- CO CRT OF I COMMON PLEAS, WOOD CO. O. Ell-.'auor A, Hi tter, plaintiff, vs. James Lrucr de- leii t int. Th" above named defendant is hereby notified that ihe plaintiU" has filed her pitiiion in the Court of Common 1'lcas, of Wood coiitUy, Ohio, Alio Ig ing exlivui.' cruelty and drunkeiKas fi r pioro than threo years last past, upon ihe pari of said defend ant. Said cause will bo for hearing at the October term, H'U ; and praying open ihe Ii11.il hearing snid cause, she may be divorced from said defend ant. Fiiu'ii .V Johnson, attys fur plt'lf. Perrysbtirg, Juno 18, 1S.51 -7wrt3 0.". ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. John Jackson and Robert Harlier have been appointed and riiialified as administrators of tha ertatu of Wui. J.ickaisi, law of L'entr tvvp., Wood county, Ohio. Those owing nr having cliuma againM j entate will govern themselvea accordingly. June 12, MI-MS 'r is , of li lo MEDICINAL. D OS T DELAY TO 1TS1FY THE HI)0U, I) R . CAKKK.lt WEAVER'S AND SALT It U BV M IVBir, For the Cure nf Canker, Salt I'dieuin, Erysisdiis, Hi rofiileM. DIM vu'N. Culamoiis Lrumions, Sore Lyn, nud every kind of Disvase aii.ing fruui an impure state, of the Flood. The most rlP-dlvc I Hood Pin Ifler of th NiiHlcctith CtlUurv. It is th.e prescription of an educated Phyicin, and all who arc ullliclid wit'u miy of thu iilxir. n 1111 d illsav-. should Use it withoiitdelnj. Such U'.t rs ns the follow ing me cf!"n reciitclt. Jeremeulie, A-.hl.ind Co., Onio, Nov; 20, ISCl). M": - is. .1. N. I! MiKis A Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. O n loin 11 : - 1 deem it a duty si Well pi asuie. to inform you what Pr. Wearer's Sirup an 1 C eta'e has 1I1 ne lor In e; mid hi'pe that this let t. r lnav Coin.' to the I. "lire of persons kiniilarlr iilll etcl. In ti; Mar H;o I was attacked with t. ti -r.ir iieine kin lied iliM.ise, on both my legs, v I ic:i e.! ii l'.i 1 until fn-m my knees to my feet wa" l ite raw s re. I coiirulted en I obtained medieima and preset iptioim from nearly all the ldiytic inns in this v.cinit.i , but obtained no' relief. Your )tcnt at this plm-c," Mr. Hoffman, tec. n.mendcd me to try the Syrup and I'ere'c, wl ii li I fortunately (lid, and n m ivw a sound and Will iin.n by their use. ith g val i;ra'.i:ud , I lem-nii. Yours truly. JOHN Kllii)AL"t.ilT. Mr. Weirbim.ht U-ing a wc'l known gentleman of Asid in I, m.kiM tl is intoniuitio:i most r liable. 1'y taking til" Sirup Us nil- eted, it will drive U10 - ases 11 an the si..tn, rnd when once out ou tha .in, a few application of !i. WKAUUFrf CKl.ATF, OH 01NTUENT. an I von have a pel'Uiauet.t line. Tlie C rat" bus proved its li to l" the best Oint ment cur invented, and where once used, it bus . r b" 11 known to tail i f clfecting a ici in.ineia ireof ell soles, it cr 111 d ring u olio, seuld head, lii'.ll'lau.s and irot bit '-1, b iroel 's itch, chapped r cr.u ked hands or lit s, blotches or pilvides en tho lace, And for Sore Nipples mid Sao l ie", th. Cerate is the only thing leiiircd to cure. It si ou!d hi I.--: t in the bouse of every family. Price of Syrup 1. IVr.it" 1'.' cents per buttle. " Directions act einpaiiy each bottle. Sold bv mo-i med.eine de.'ih i s. .1. N. li A Hi; IS A CO., Fiopri. ten, for the Soiith rn and We.-tefu Mates, Cincinnati, Ohio, (o whom 11 1 i-.l rs mu-.t he ad-'ressed. S. '.l vilioles.i!- and I.-,. lit by l'eck ti Hamilton, '. ny -.bing: I't e leiiek le. ii L r. I re ih in: II. Itnr i:t. 'Maninee t in: P. li. .Vnior, Toloilo: W. P. Moor Si li ar.ia: T. Daniel.-'. Toledo: (', Williams, foledo: . I'. ,1, rooic, New- Wistliold; A. J. Oard- ner V t ., t.dead. iivtvu y jMM.lle-Al,! I'M V 1 lis AL ! I is Tin: lot t:T of V-M. O. S KICllAUDSON'S S II li It II V W I X I ', It I T T V. It S . Tlie t'el 'hr.itcil New l'le.land Uetnedy for lloh-.l'iil! t'oisiiatiii Jaun lice, Fever and Ago ', Cem-ral Dibility, and all otic r lbs '.ises nii-ing Ii. m 11 Disor dered Stomach, l.iver, or ltou els. Thev are i:-e.l and reci mn. coded by the lending I'liy sicians ot the country, and all who try Ihctu pronoun '. 1 them invaluable. P:i. .1 AMI'S L. 1,1' I'l: It!', writes fn m NavatTe, Si uk Co., Ohio, "the l'-itters are h'phly praised by tie.,,,' sutfei ing from indigi n'.ion, dyspep.-ia and liver complaint." li. S. I'.ivis, Fof-tmastcr at Wil iainspeil, Ohio, savs, "they eivi' 11 cat i-atisfaition, 1 use litem myself, huving taken cold, b. e. tiu pn .slj.it J unl losi mv appetite. It relieved me, and I can rccum incn I it with treat assurance of its merits." Pi:. Wit, M. Ki tttt, of lh eersv ilie, Ind writes lis that thev are the most valuable medicine ottered, lie has recommended liiein with 11 ut success, and with them till le several core.' el' palpitation of U.J heart and farful dchililv. 'I'll. 11111 S r wnroisn, l-!'(., Flonnlsville. Ilenrv Co., i,d., y.rite. a l.'ic letter, under dale of May 4, Isnii. He lias lunch reduced, having been alllleted for three 1 ears with ! n :il nervious debility, p.ilpi- tiit.i::o! the lieartot Ihe most severe anil proj-iratirg chareeier, "ell"!' using a few bottles 1 was com pletely restored, and am now in robust health." ,l. . Ill-NT wiitesln 111 liilplios. Allen In., Ulun, vil section wheie i ever and Ai;Ue prevails,! Inat he most cberoiliy i-eeonini.-iuts tiiem ol decided merit in all cases of 11. vi 11 ami Aot i:, nv.si KilA, and iii:vmt 11. in mm v. P. K. (I vi.t, Mii'i.s, M. P., writes from Van Wert, Ohio, "1 most respectfully recommend tho Sherry Wine bill -is to the notice of Dv -peptic persuis, and to a'l ivho require a stitindatine; medicine. SI CM M WS VI) MA) liKClilVINC PA'.LY. 1-1 1 1. iniiicrioss aioomi'any run iiottij:. Sold bv deahrs Iii medicines generally. J'lice IT, cents per bottle. .1. V II AKKIS, Cincinnati. Ohio, (lencral Agents for ihe out hern and Western States. For.s ile by l'eck v1-. liaiuilo'ii, I'crrysburg, Ohioi F. lieesintver I're.-loni; S. L lioii)!ilou, ilovvline; (liven: II, Hurrett, Maumeo, P. 11. Miner, Toledo; W. P. Moore, Sylvania: A. li. ionic, New West lidd; A. .1. (larllucr . Co., (iilciul. 2w!yo 1 ,YLKY FODY'S FFIFND, I'.vciy liodv litis it, livi'ry body uses It, 1K1!RY DAVJS' YEiiEl'AP.I.E PAIN KILLER. Tin: chi:t i'A.iii.Y jHi.iiiciM:. Taken Internally, il cures sudden Colds, C(.U(.l..s, iVc Weak -loinach, ('moral Pebiliiy, Nursing Sore Mi nib, ( aul.er, l.iccr Ct inplaint,' Pvspep.si or Indii i siion, Cramp and Fain ill tin1 Stomach, II- vv i-l Ct.mpl tint, raintci's Colic, Asiatic Cholera, pianhea nud l'yscutery. Ajiplicd E.Ntei'iially, cures Felons, Foils, and Old Sons, Severe Hiirnj, Scalds, (hits, Rruiscs and Sprains, Swelling of ihe Joiets. Ringworm and Tetter, lh.. ken I'lctst, Frosted Feel i.nd Chillblaius, Tootliache, pain in the Face, N 111 algia and JMieu inati ui. It is a sure remedy for Ague, aud Chills and Fever. Fain Killer, taken internally, should be ndulter ate. I Willi milk or water, or made into a syrup with na-hiss'-s. l or a Cough, a few drops 'on sugar eaten will be more i tl'eriivc than anything else. See printed diivetious which accompany each bottle. What stronger proof can be produced than tho f llniiing letter received, unsolicited, Iroiil Rev, W. IS, Jacobs : Newark, N. J., June 6, lffiO. Mpssus. Pi:i;i:v p a vis A Son - (eiitlcmen Ailow me, iinsoieit".l, to send von a w onl of ci mmeiida lion for your Fein Killer. I have used it in my family lii'ese a 'vcral years, and found ii all it claima to be. Fo- JlheuiuatiMi', Coughs, Colds, Finns, Cholera tendencies an I dtlficul'.ie.s, as well lis dis eases geiu rally ihut prevails in families, I regard the I'. in Killer nd lieveod all price, and as clliea cious beyond r.nv medicine within my knowledge. Wo. k i-ji it as our chief family medicine, and laid it-i us-.! lit ia-.!iiaty ta.cs vvoitii moie than any doctor. The testimony of (.liars aiuong mv uc (pi.iiiilaiiccs and friends is equally favorable. Many clergy m -n hav e spoken of it in tlie highest terms an a family medicine. Mis, ionarics in repeated in stances have a.! id 10 me iu person and in iheir letters, that the 1'ain Killer was by fur thu bc?t medicine 11 ;e.l in heathen lands, and they use il for themselves, and families, and administer it to others around t It. 1 11. Thus lunch I 11 1 it inclined to say as an act of justice to your. 1 ves, and as a henelit to others. Vou are at liberty to use ibis t. -taiiioniid, if of any siivicc. ' J'l.V. W. JAl'Ul.S, Late Editor Chrisiir.u Chioi,itL' HE WARE OF A LL IM ITATI0KS r C.l"HON. -The public will be cautious that they gel the genuine Fain Killer ns some unprincipled in 11, use that name for their uwu worthless com pound ., iu so doing ihi v ilcfieve the community, and infringe upon ihe '"Tbauk Mauk." of l'eiry Da vis. (leiniin' Ferry Davis' Fain Killer sold ly all ivsoeetable Pi uggis'.s. Pir.-clion. accompany ciieh bottle. Price .'.'('., OUc. and per bottle, J. N. II AR1US i CO., IVopiictors for the Western and Southern States, Cincinnati, O, For - il-. holes-all and retail, by l'eck A Haiu il hi, 1'ei-rysburg: 1-rederick Rosiiiger, Frcedcm; S. I., lioughton. How ling (Ireen: N". Oraluilman, For tsge: Ii. II. jlin-r, Toledo; W. P. Moore, Sylvania; West A I iua x, Toledo: A. F. Jtiome, New West li.dd. A. J. (iardmr A Co., (iilead. 2ivtve 1 E (i C I. A H 1' Al'liET Pirrysburg and Toledo, Tiie Steamer"! I' I. I.E." I.. C. Lock Musler, will make two irips a day between Ferry-bur and To do ihtitu ,' the season, i he bout ill leave Fcrrya-i lung at S o'clock, a. in., and i o'clock p. m. Return ing, w ill leave Toledo it I II, a. 111., and bM) p. 111, 1 7 All M S i; 1 V EN AWA Y I Mr. Wm. McKim pi opuses to disposeof his Innda in ibis comity nt a 11. eivly -nominal price. He will sell liic south half of .lie 1101 til-west qusr U i,of seiiiion J'.', i. vv 11 6, ranga 10, coiuiiiii.K bil acres, for five hundred dollars. Said laud has been thoivuehly ili.clad and drained at tin expense of !?:'F.! Ihi will also sell the south half of the south-west quarter of section 'ii, toii u 6, range II, at tiie iiiiim pi ice, Fuqu'ro of II. H. PODGE, Attorney al Law, Pvri rvsbm g, Ohio. ' Also for sale a large number of Town Lots, bib here and in the town of Millgrove, w ith and wiijiout iiuprovei.uuls, together with several valuable I anus. 11. U. UOP-uE. Ferrvshurg, Nov. 10, 1SS9. ROAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby givi thsl the Couiiiiissioners of Wood county, Ohio, have grauted a view and survey of a county ruud, N nimeiiciiig ut the quart' r pool of kecUiOM IS au 27, low u 3 north, range u east t theneo uor ui to iL nmtli linn o! aeetions 22 aud 23 in lLa aane lor n ahip, aud Uiat Ihe viewers and aurveror ill wt at ha house of J. W. Apger ou tha Iflth of July next. (.iKORGE HESS, Juna K, 1361 Tw4.