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1? IU R Tl Y S B II !R Or , O., TIITJKSDVY, JULY 11, 180.1.
NO. lO VOL. IX. DITCHES. JQ1TCII LETTING. fliotico is. hereby given Hint on Monday, the 29th tlav of July, ISO I, at the house of Michael Amos in Port lfra tow nship, I will lot to the lowest bidder, in aepamte 8-i'tioiH the m.ikinirnf the. ilr.iin known as drain Nn. li), commencing tit or near the south quarter post of section 1, Port aire township: thence, running north on or near the quarter line "70 roils; thoncu in a north-westerly direction to the Pnrtnpo river and there terniin.ito. The work comprises 17 aectiotn of HO rod each; the width of the bottom of tho first 8 Ructior.4 to Ik- 3 feet, the remainder four feet. The banks; to have a slope of 1'J to 1 foot in depth. The earth taken from the diteli to be re moved 3 fret from the b ink. The cuttinps ns in dicated on the engineer's profile to lie adhered to in excavating. The work to be rompleted by the 1st clay of November, ISill, to the acceptance of the County Commissioner. Sale to commence nt 1 o'clock, p. in. A DIMSO.V SMITH, Auditor. Auditor's Olllce, Wood countv. O. l'errysburp, June. 20. IsViO -Sw.ijiil 00. 1) ITCH I.ETTI.NO. Notice is hereby (riven that on Wednesday, the 31st day of July next, nt Adam Uoss' old stand in Portage township, 1 will let to the lowest bidder, in separte sections, the m iking of the drain known as drain No. 21, comm 'iirimr at n point where a line running; north and south through the cntre of sec tion 22 in Liberty township crosses tholihick Swamp branch of the Portage river: thence running a north east course in slid channel until it crosses the east line of section 9 in Port a jr.! township, whereat to terminate. The work is divided into 143 sections of 20 rods each, an I to be of the follow ing width on the bottom: from beginning to section 4d twenty feet, from section '11 to 8i) inclusive thirty feet, from section 80 t ) en 1 forty feet. The timber, flood wooil nn 1 varth to be cleared out IS feet from the center of said drain for the first la sections. 23 feet for the next 35. and 30 feet for the. remainder of the sections. Slope of banks l' to 1 foot in depth. The cuttints varies from 1-1 00 of ti foot to feet. The cutting to be inadj in accordance with th" profile of the en gineer in charge of the work. The whole to bu completed by the first day of November, 18.11, to the acceptance of the County Commissioners. Plan and specifications of the work will be exhibited and conditions undo know n on day of sale. Bale to commence at 10 o'clock, a. m. AlDISO.V SMITII, Auditor. Audli"" Office, Wood county, O. Perrysburg, JuuT 2n'-- I3M1-Swa$3 00. D ITCH LETTING. Notice is herehy iriven that on Thursday, the 1st day of August, 111, nt the house of J. Fiickinger in Plain township, I will let to the lowest bidder, ill separate sections, the making of tho drain known as drain No. 23, commencing 20 rods north of the south-west corner of section 30, town 3, range 11 : thence south along tho Perrysburg and Findl.iy F. T. road to a point 20 rods south of the north-w est corner of section A, town 4, range 11: thence cast on the most practicable route to a point 40 rods south of tho north-east corner of said section 0, ami there terminate. The work comprises 33 sections of 20 rods each, with A bottom of 2'i feet in width for the first 18 sections, and of 3 feet for the balance. Hank slopes base to 1 vertical. The earth ta ken out of the ditch to be removed 3 feet from the slope of the bank. The cuttings to be made in ac cordance with tho profile of the engineers in charge of tho work, and the whole to be completed by the 1st day of November, 18151. Plan and specifica tions will be exhibited, nnd conditions made known on day of sale. Sale to commence nt 10 o'clock, a. in. ADDISON SMITH, Auditor. Auditor's Office, Wood countv, O. Perrysburg, Juno 20, lUl'.l tv5$7 00. ITCH LETTING. Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the 27th of July next, nt the house of Alva Sholes, in Plum Township. 1 will let tirthe low est bidder, in separate flections, the making of drain No. 21), commencing about eight ro Is cast of tho west quarter post of section 31, town 5 north, range 10 east ; thence northerly to the south-west corner of section 27, name town and range : thence north on the Liberty nnd Milionville Tree Turnpike road, to m point about 80 rode north of tho south-west corner of section 3, sumo town and range s thence north-westerly down Tontoganv creek, terminating in tho north-east quarter of section 31, town 0 north, and range afore said. Said drain is divided into one hundred nnd fifty sections of 200 feet each. Width of bottom 2 feet to station 40, the remainder three feet. It ink slopes 1 yA base to 1 vertical. The excavated earth along tho road to be cast thereon, and all the earth to bo clear of the slopes at, least taree feet. The work to b'i completed by the 15th Kovembej n -xt, to tha acceptance of tho County Commissioners. The plan nnd specilicatians of the work, etc., will be exhibited on the day of sale. Sale to commence ntlOoVlick.a.m. ADDISON RiITH,Auditur. Auditor's Office, Wood county, O. Perrysburg, Juno 21, 1801 8wu$7 25. TVTCII LETTING! No July Notice is hereby eiven that, on tho 30th day of ouiy next, at Jiauiernian s scnool House, m 1'ortago township, I will let to tho lowest bidder, in separate cctions, the making of drain Nn. 34, commencing at a point where, the Milton and Montgomery V. f road crosses the west branch of Portage river; thence cast in the south ditch of said road to the middle branch of Portage river. Said drain is divided in to 43 sections of 20 rodn each. Width of bottom 3 feet, and bank slopes 1 baso to 1 vertical. The excavated earth to bo thrown over tho road and not less than 3 feet from the slopes. Tho work to be clone by the 15th November next, to the acceptance of tho (Niunty Commissioner. Plan and specifica tions of tho work exhibited on tho day of sale. Kale to commence at te.ii o'clock, a. m. A DDLS ON .SMITH, Auditor. Auditor's Office, Wood county, O. Perrysburg, June 21, 1S31 8w5$5 25. D ITCH LETTING. Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of Au gust next, nt tho house of Joseph Mitchell in Plain township, I w ill let to tho low est bidder, in separata sections, tho making of ditch Kn. 33, coniin.nicing 80 rods west, of the south-east corner of section 2, town 4 north, range 10 east; thence west to the south quarter, post of said section: thence north 80 rods thence west about 25 rods: thence north-westerly to the west lina of the east half of the south-west quarter of said section ; thence north on the half quarter lino to tho north tine of said section. Also a branch or arm to the aforesaid ditch, commencing 40 rods south of the north quarter post of the south west quarter of the section aforesaid ; thence west 80 ro Is to the west lino of the same section. The work is divided into 25 sections of 20 rods each, ex cepting section 13, which is 10 rods long, section 17 28 rods, an 1 section 21, IS rods long. Width bottom 3J4 feet down to station V; thence to station if, 5 feet; thence to station 21, 0 feet ; thence to tho eodj 7 fejt. Width of bottom of arm ditch 3 feet. 'Tho arm comprises i sections of 20 rods each. Bank elopes llj base to 1 rise. Earth to be cast at least S feet from the slopes. Tha whole to bo completed by tha 15th Njveiuber next, to the acceptance of the County Commissioners. Plan and specifications the work aud terms of sale made known nn the day of letting. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock, p. m. ADDISyX SMITII, Auditor. Auditor's Ollice, Wood couhty, O. Perryburg, Juue 21, 1801 Bw5?3 30, ITCH LETTING. Notice is hereby given that on the Jd day of Au gust next, at the bouse of H. II. Bulbs, in Plain township, I will let to the lowest bidder, in separate sections, tho making of ditch No. 30, commencing at the center post of section 3, town 4 north, range 10 east; thencv north on the quartur line of said sec tion, and of section 34 in Plain township, to inter sect the diteh now located, and known as the Wood bury ditch, Tho work comprises 25 sections of rods each, excepting the last, which is 20 rods long, Bank slopes i base to 1 vertical. Width of bot tom 3J j toot, T'lio earth ta bo removed at least two feet from the banks. Tho wholo to bo completed by the 15th November next, to the acceptance of County Coii,nitss.noiu'r, flan and specifications of the work exhibited, and terms of sale made known on the day of sale. Sale to commence ut o'clock, p. ni, ADDISON SMITH, Auditor. Auditor's Office, Wood countv, O. Perrysburjf, June 21, l01-8w5$5 75. f XIIL-IM L'L'IU SALE. 3 - m A D. K. nollenbeck vs William R.Carotheni. esiablikvii'tue of an order of sale, issued from ' feet souM Common l'leas. Wood countv, Ohio, in laud in no.ctiU.cd cause, 1 shall, nt the door of north on the lint, I'en-ysburg, in Wood county, Ohio, nan ui uiv u"rui-wev S,20O feet) tlmnoe norUJi Day of July. 1861. . feet i thonce north 5,1 de. '4 'day, offer for sale north 20 dig. 4 J win. eat 60a, described lands 22 dee. cast 300 feet into the olill.i.d nf tho 'ctructed l llience follow old ditch to section number that said application will De lor neurits runee mini- day cf August next. ADDlejON bimi. Btate Auditor a Utncu, Wood countv, u. AodHcrra rtrrysburg, Juna 23, l&gl-Owfl T, -sr. LEGAL ADV'S. . ; of of 20 the 2 the the tho at and of g II K U 1 F F ' 8 S A I. i; . William Johnson vs. the cxecut rs of David I.ad 1, deceased. Pv virtue of nn order of sal a issued in the above rase In- the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Wood county, Ohio, and to nie directed and deliv ered, I will' offer for sale nt public vendue nt the door of the Court House in Perrysburg, Wood county, Ohio, On Saturday, August 3d. 18151, between the hours of 10 n. in. and 3 p. m. of that day, the following described lands nnd tenements, to-'wit: In-lots in Porrvshurir towndiip, Nos. CsU, tlS'J, (IS7, tlHS. 705, 70(1, 707. 712, 72!', 730. 73., 73H, 733, 73, 73'.l, 7(10, 2iM), 30 i, 'Sol. 302, 323. 324. 323. 320. 347, 34S, 340, 330. 371, 374, tlM. '.'7. 30S, 410, 420, 421, 422, 4 13, 41 1. 44 , 4 III, 4H7, Jiirt, 4.1il, 470, 401, 4'.2, 4'.';1, 401, 313, 610, 317. 515. 330, 510, 511, 512, 503, 504, 505, Sllil. liu:l, (105, ti:W. 700, 710, 721, 741, 74S, 705, 24S, 2"2. 253, 275, 270. 277, 27S, 413, 53S. 513. 502, 607. 5HS, 6S0, 1112, (113. 030, nnd north half of 202 and 2U7. Appraised at $3,270. O. K. UtYF.it, Sheriff. July 3, 1S01 05$i SO. g II E 11 I F F ' 8 SALE. .Tnseiih P. Corev vs. Jacob Wit.mm ft nl. I Pv virtue of an order of sale issued by the Clerk I of the Court of Crnimrn Pleas of Wood county, Ohio, in the above cause, nn.l to me directed and I delivered, I w ill offer for sale nt public vendue at the door of the Court House, in the tow not' Perrys burg, Wood county, Ohio, On Saturday, 'the 3d day of August, 1881, between the hours of 10 a.'iu. and 3 p. in. of that day the follow inir hinds and tenements, to-wit: The cast half of tho north west iiuitrtor and tho east half of the south-east quarter of section number 0, town ship number 3, north of range number 1 1. Apprais ed at c-MUl. tr. b. OL 1 1.1;, hliurttt. Julv 3, 1S01 Pw333 11. H E H I 1" V ' S SALE, Henry L. Crowell vs. A. J. Hate & Brother. By virtue of mi order of s lie i :sued in the above cause by tho clerk of the court of comm 01 pleas of V uvnoga countv, vnuo, mi l to me dnvcteil ami (te livere 1, I will oiler tor sale at Public Vendue nt tho '".or of trio Court house in the tow u of Perrysburg, Wood countv, Ohio, on Siturday August Id, ISfil, between tho hours of 10 o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock p. m. of that day the follow ing described lands aud tencm-Mits to-w it: Two hundred and forty (210 ) n cres oil' the oast part of the south half of section 11 ir. Portage township, Wood county, Ohio. Ap- I praise.'! t $0,00 ti. E. lit VEH, gHERlFF'S SALE. Peter Vnnncst vs. Alexander P. Ponoldson. By virtue of nn order of sale issued in the above case by tho Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Wood county, Ohio, I will oiler fur sale at the door of the Court House in Perrysburg, Wood county, Ohio, on Saturday, tho 13th day of August, 1SP!. between the hours of 12 o'clock in. mid 2 o'clock p. in. of said day, the following described lands and tenements, to-wit: the north-east quarter of section 30, township 5, north of range J cast, in Wood county, Ohio, containing M0 acres, more or less. U. E. OL'YElt, sheriff. Cook, Piiice &. Johnson, utty's. July 3, ISiil Uw53 14. ESTATE BV OllDEB OF 0 (.-(111(1. On tin- 27tii day or July, ISni, at 11 oclocK, n. in. of said day, lit the door of the Court II nise, in Perrysburg, Wood county, Ohio, w ill be sold to tho highest bidder, the following real estate as the property of Gabriel Yotint, dee'd, to-wit: all of that part of 'the cast half of fractional section No. 13, in township No. 0, north of range No. 10 east, lying cast of tho Dayton & Michigan Uailroad, in Wood county. Ohio, containing 00 acres of land, more or less. Terms made know n on day of sale. Mauiaii E. Yor.vr, administratrix. Cook, Fuice Johnson, ntt'vs. Perrysburg, Julv 1. lS'H !)w 12 60. s II E B I F F ' S SAL E Julius Blinn vs Henry Wygant. By virtue of an order of sale issued in the above case by tho clerk ol' tho court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, and to me directed and deliver ed, I will offer for sale nt public vendue at the door of the court house, in the town of Perrysburg, Wood county, Ohio, on .Saturday, August 3d, ISfil, between the hours 'of 10 a. in. and 2 p. m. of that day, the following lands and tenements to-wit: In lo'.'nuinber 637, in the town of Perrysburg, Wood county, Ohio, and subdivision number 4, of river tract number 1 0. containing 11 hi -IUJ nrres ot l:m i, more or his, ill Wood countv, Ohio. Appraised ut $475 00. U.'E. GL'VEU, Shcrid'. July 3,18!U 0w533 31. s II E R I F F ' S SAL E John Bates vs. the Executors of David Ladd, dec' J By virtun of an order of sale issued in the above cause by tho clerk of the court of'couimon pleas of Wood county, Ohio, nnd to mo directed nnd deliv ered, 1 will' otter for sale ut public vendue nt tho door of tha court house hi tho town of Perrysburg, Wood county, Ohio, on 'Saturday August 3d, 1S01, between tho hours of 10 o'clock a. in. nnd 3 o'clock p. in. of that day, tho following lands and tene ments to-wit: A part of the river tract No. 81, in township 3, I. S. Reserve, in Wood county, Ohio, bounded North by tho Mauineo river, east by tho east line of said river tract, south by grassy creek, nml west by a lino parallel with the east line of riv er tract No' 80, and distant therefrom easterlj 3 50 100 chains, (excepting a tract c intaining 58-100 of an ncro, described as follows: "beginning at a point where tho last above described lino crosses the Perrysburg and Oregon road, thence north on said lino '8 112-100 chains to said road, thence southerly along said road to the place of beginning,) said lands contain ng t7 acres of land morei.r less. Ap praised nt 1,850,00. G. E. GL'YER, 8iv5?lSl Sheriff. VJOT1CE. To Conrad II ser, William McEwen, IS and Josiah Kige". You nr.) hereby notified that on the 20th day of June, 1801, I, as adminis trator of the estate 'of Philip L. Honor, deceased, filed a netition in the Probate Court of Wood county, Ohio, alleging that tho personal estate of ino iieceueui is lusuiueiem in pa ios ueuia tur.i charges of administering his estate j that bodied seized in fee siinnle of the followinir described real estate situated in the county of Wood and state of Ohio, to-wit: the n-wK of the n-wji; also 45 acres Imin the north side ol the s'i ot (lie n-wji, alt ot. section No. 1 1, town 3 north, range 12 east, contain ing 85 acres of land, and that Louisa, Frederick Lew is. Conrad and Catharine Il"s er, as bis heirs at law, hold the net state of inheritance therein and that the said William McEwen and William E. Brown have mortiruire liens upon said lanl. The nraverof said netition is fur a sale of said premis es for tho payment of said mortgages and other in- iteuteiiness ana charges nioresmu. raiu peiiuou will bo for hearing on the 3d of August, 1801, nt 10 o'clock, a. in., or as soon tin realtor as counsel can hi had. Jonathan Wituokk, Adui'r. F. & D. Iv. IIoLiENiu-ciitt'ys for pit 11. June 20, 1801-Jw4 pROBATE NOTICE. Notice is hereby civen that John Groves and A. J. L.ithrope.adiiiiuistrators of tho Win. C. Lathrope, deceased, h ive tiled in Probate Court of Wood coun ty, Ohio, their papers for final settlement, nnd the same is set for hearing nn the 20h day of July, A. D. 1801. U. W. 1'OIi, l'l-obato Juilge. June 27th, 1801 9w3 O I I C E . Nofico is hereby given that senled proposals will be received until the first day of August, 1801, for the building of twa now school houses ; one in new sehool district No. 12, and oue in old school dis trict No. 7 . Plans and specifications can ba seen at the offlce of the Clerk of the Binrd of Edu cation, Perrysburg. A. U. Sl'FFoHii, Clerk. July 3, laol ihvDSl Tti. NOTICE. Tho Commissioners of Wood countv have appointed H. L. Wood, Tims. Gorrell, (ieorgo Dennison, Viewers, und David Donaldson, Surveyor, to view, lay out nnd survey a proposed countv road, coininen'cintr in tho line between sec tions 11 and 14: thence north on half section line to intersect the Woodvillo & Toledo plnnk road, in Lake township ; said viewers and surveyor will meet at the liouso of George Dennison, on the 13lh CUV OI AUffUSt, JStll. J'KVEll VIUJSSHAJ,, July 1, IHrti Uw-3 1)OAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that V tho commissioners of Wood county, Ohio, have craulcd a view and survey of a county road commencing at tlio aouth-wvst corner of aection 35, town north, range 10 east, thence north two miles to the north-west corner ot nectiou zo, same town sliiu i and Jiat the viewers aud surveyor thereof will meet at the bouse of Harvey Adams in Bloom township, ou tha 8th day or August iwit. N, G. I! ROM ALL, Principal Petitioner, July J,1881-. GOODS & GROCERIES. L E T THE WO K L L BEAD. FOR THE BEST & CHEAPEST GOODS OO TO THE STt.RH Of w HITCHCOCK. new noons I NEW UOOHSl NKW COOI'g I NEW ooonsl NEW GOODMl NEW 0001S NEW GOODS I nsw rnicvsl NEW THICKS NEW rilU E9 NKW 1-KK'KS NEW 1'KtCKsl NEW THICKS! NEW THICKS The largest stocks of goods ever off ered in this market, embracing nn endless variety ot urticles STATLE, FANCY AND FASHIONABLE, In the selection of which no effort has been snnr cd to render it ns attractive as possible, is now be ing opuiea ut too CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE of W.J. Hitchcock, on the corner of Front and Lou jsiau.i Avenue, Perrysburg, Ohio. QUALITY is the BEST TEST of CHEAPNESS. Inspection and Comparison will prove that for va riety, elegance, richness, cheapness, beauty and quantity, this stock U unsurpassed by any now of fered in tlio M est. LADIES' FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS! In this department great advantage Mavo obtain' cd by close cash buyers, from the fact that the goods nre bought lor cash' directly of the eastern dealers and man-.il'acturers, nnd all imported goods nrcbo't nt nist what it costs to import tl.oin, hence lie can nllbrd to sell goods at MUCH LOWER PRICES than goods nre generally sold, which is an item of great interest to the people ol W ouu county. A suf llicient in dueement, wo take it, to make Perrys burg Mo trading point. HEADY MADE CLOTIIIXO I In this department, we have the largest and most coti.'nlete assortment in Northern Ohio. .Made un acco'r;i;ng to the latest fashions and in the meat sub stantial m:tnner, warranted to give the very best satisfaction, or no sate. HARDWARE, CR0CER1ES, &C. Those wishing to purchase anything in this line will find it to their advantage to pay my Store a vis. J before purchasing elsewhere. The attention of the public is respectively invited to my extensive stock, feeling assured it will be time profitably spent. f-JT"Produco taken in exchange for goods. W. J. HITCHCOCK. Perrysburg, January 2d, 1801. Q KOCliKY AND PHOVISION STOHIJ Low Prlci'S it lid ICcady f.'uy Having purchased the entire stock of GROCER IES formerly owned by Goo. Yv'. llolleubcckjl will continue business AT THE OLD STAND, Where, having replenished the Stock with a Urge and ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT, I am now prepared to supply'tho citizens of Perrys burg, and surrounding country w ith Groceries and Provisions Of the choicest kinds nnd at the cheapest possible prices. Thoso wishing to purchase anything in in v line will find it to their advantage to give mo a call, as everything I sell will bo SOLD AT THE YERY LOWEST PRICES I have on hand, also, a largo and well selected stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, which I warrant to give satisfaction or no salo. Ice I Ice 1 Ice! 1 have on hand a large supply of choice Lake Ice, which may bu obtained nt all times on reasonable terms. jyAll kinds of produce taken in exchange for goads. J. B. WEBB. Perrysburg, Nov. 20, 1800 -tf N T KH' ClOOUeiAT M'.W WlMTle'IKLtM An entire stock of New (joods have recently been opened by the subscriber, consisting of all tho vari eties ot SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! Hats nnd Caps, Oroceries, fioaps, Caudles, Hardware, Nails, Putty, White Lead, Powder, Shot, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Hoots, Shoes, Bonnets, t nrs, Candies, Cloves, (iinger, Spice, Cinnamon, Raisins, Essences, N Mincers, White Fish, Cod Fish, Flour, ileal, and uumerous othor articles on hand, to bo gold FOR READY PAY ONLY I as this is the only method which allows the m?r chant to sell CHEAP. Wheat, Corn, Barley, Buckwheat, Potatoes, Apples, Butter, Lard, Beeswax, Beef, Pork, Hides, t-kins, t urs Pelts. Staves, Hoop Poles.&c will bo purchased or taken for Goods. A. E. JEROME. N. B. I shall also be connected with tho, -Storage, Forwarding and Commission Business of this place, and hope f merit tho confidence and appro bation of tlio people, A. JLKUJlr,. May, ISO I ly. REDEMPTION NOTICE. SM Chilcote or bis IV assigns will take notice that Bernard Rehder haa deposited in the treasury of Yvood county, O., forty-three dollars and eighty cents to redeem the n w fraction of section 26. town 7 north, ranire 12 cast, 131 87-100 acres, sold at the Delinquent Tax Sale, January V, IbOU. AUJMMUN bain rt, Perryaburg, July 2d, X8ol Vw8 Auditor, ( GOODS & GROCERIES. U A N 1) O 1 1'. MN( o r STATLK AND FANCY DRY GOODS, IIAT3, CAPS, Bootf, Shoes, Clothing, Crockery and Glassware, WOODEN V ARK, HARDWARE, Fitrnitng TooN, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC. Jv.tdles Dress JomIs, New, Chaste, Rich and Elegant Patterns, Just received by A. G. WILLIAMS & BRO. Sugars, Amber Syrup; African, Rio and Java Codecs, Layer aud Seedless Raisins, very nice, Prunes and Currants. GLASS, DYE-STUFFS, SHOES, Kerosene Oil. Tea at CO cents, and $1 tea for 75 cents; try it. Primo Live Gceso Feathcis, Retailed from $1 Mjl lb up. Mackerel and Cod Fish, Looking Glasses, etc. CLOTHING, HATS AND CATS, Now Spring and Summer styles, ?trong nnd Cheap for Cash; for sale by Williams. GOODS AT SECESSION PRICES FOR THE LADIES. French Printed liureges, very cheap, French Printed Organdies, beautiful designs. Gingham Lawns, Printed Lawns, Printed liril lianlcs, nil entirely new styles. Mourning Goods, Embroideries, Rercge do Laiocs. Summer Dress Silks, Linen Lustres, Yalcncias.l'oulard Silks, Marseilles, Lawn Robes, Organdie Robes, Grenadines, Challies, Counterpanes, Napkins, Doylies, Dauin.sk Cloths, Ruffliii", J'dgings, Moreens, Flannels, loico oils, Cottoil Sheetings, Dros3 Buttons nnd Trimmings, a !::!"ds.umc assort nient, nil new. Bonnets and Ribbons, Misses' nnd Childrcns rlaig- und Hats, Parasols, the newest and richest out ; Shawls of every description, Mantillas and Raglans: please call and examine bo- for purchasing elsewhere. Fish! Fisii! A good supply of all kinds con stantly kept on hand nt our store. 13?"Produee taken in exchange for goods. A. (1. WILLIAMS &. PRO. 2nd door from tho postoflico. Oil,, Coal Oil Coal Oil, Coal Oil, New Supply, New Supply, New Supply, Now Supply; Only 80 cents per gallon! Only BO cents per gallon! Only 80 cents per gallon! Only 80 cents per gallon! At the Drug Store, At the Drug Store, At tho Drug Store, At tho Drug Store; "Como all nnd try it, And you'll o'er buy it." PECK & HAMILTON. HAM) SIMM N (i ) I li NINO! OBERTS 0 I Is now receiving his first stock of SPRING GOODS wnti-n were BOi-cnT at tanic ritici I STYLES ARE NEW and beautiful, and will bo sold at ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES I CALL EAIil.Y. WM. ROBERTSON. Maumeo C'ity.O., May 8; 1801. II Oi FARMERS II O I Tho undersigned takes pleasure in announcing to tho Farmers, and all Mowers of Grass, that lie is the solo Agent for A NEW SCYTHE! which is now unsurpassed for durability, nnd une qualled for easy work. It is tempered in a furnace, nnd consequently there are no hard or soft places iu it, but uniform throughout j the last half-inch is just as good as the first. It is also kept iu order much easier than any other scythe known, requir ing but a few moments nt nny time to put it in per fect order. In short it is tlie greatest Scy the of tho ago. Call and see it at tho Store of G. B. KREPS. Perrysburg, Juno 18th, 1881. VDMINItfTRATOR'S NOTICES. The under signed has been appointed executrix of the last will aud testament of Jac ib Ikrge.lule of Wood county, O., deceased. MARY A. BEttGE. The undersignod have beeu appointed to admin istur the estate, of John Fo6tr, Into of Wood oounty Ohio, deoeated. LOUISA FOSTER, CALEB NORTH, ' BUSINESS CARDS. JOl HN.VI. 1'KIM'IMJ Ol'I'lC I'. H.ivhnr retd-nished our office with new tvpes throughout, we nre now prepared to execute Job Work, such as Posters, Sale Bills, Prom amines, Invitations, funis, Laln-ls, Pamphlets, all kinds Blanks, Ac, in tho most satisfactory manner. Orders filled nt short notice, und on reasonable terms. rVllVEIVTlSINO. 1W 1m flm Om 1 2 in :2S 2.75 4. CO 0.00 0.00 8.50 11.J5 15.00 10.00 M.O0 22.110 30.00 l.i.OO 30.00 45.00 00.00 One sipiaiM ,,0 column 2.50 column 4.50 One coluni'i 0.50 A deduction of 5 per cent, will be undo for Cash. from the above rate The space occupied by ten lines of the type coin- pming the bod, dv ot the advertisement wi'.l oe a scpiaiv All Transient advertisement must be paid for in advance to in.oire publication. A Ivertiseinents inserted w ho the mark "tf," w ill be charjed for until or lore I out. When yearly .id vert is on 'tits are inserted four or more changes w ill be allow ed. J. W. BAILEY, Ppin.isitEti ami PnorniEToR. I, V A N ir S J 1) v v i: !' O N AttOIINFV AT IiAW. I'PltllV.stlflttl, OlI'O.--(MllCC in East end of liaird House I'uilduig. Will nttcn I promptly to all business entrusted to Ids can1, tf W, tl, fl.VV, T. W. Ill Tl IUNSON. j. r. rit.i.Aiis. lMI.LAlts, D Y. IUTT'HliON ti ATTOHNEYS AT LAW, Collecting ami Real Estate Agent. Will attend promptly to nil business eini uit 'd to their c are,- Ollice over W. ,1. Hitchcock's store, Perrysburg, Wood County, Ohio, 'ti!-40tf. J MFS MfltUAY. P. 8. SI.KVIN. i; it it v & x i. i: vi , A T T o It s P v a at La w . Will attend luvinntlv to all l.ical bndness en trusted t thi'ir cnn tit Woo l coiimy. Ollice in the 1 errysbuig lianu iiuiioing, rerry suing, utiio. tt ii. ii. nonue. J, it, tvmck. I) O l U V. & T Y 1. li n, Attoiinkvs at Law, Pcrrvsburir, Ohio. Particular intention naid to Convevancinir nnd Notorial Business. Also, for sale, large quantities of Lull I in Wood and adjoining counties. '00 tf ASltt:i! COOK. J. I Flill'li. 11. W. .lOllNSON. CtODk, lMMC'li Ss .IOUN.-OX. Attoiinkys AT Law, Perrysburg, Ohio. Will nromntlr attend to nil Law Business entrus ted to their cure. II ive for sale large quantities of Land, includivsr Well iiupiwed farms, which will be sold on easy lernif. '00- ltf li ) It i li S T RAIN, Attoksty At Law, IVrrrsburg, Ohio. Y ill attend to all business entrusted to bis care in the several Courts of Ohio, Ollice with dvlm Bates, 2nd street. '00-ltf 1) li T li It It li 1, 1, , Attiiknky at Law, ami Not vuy Prni.tf. ill attend piMinptly to all business intrusted to his care. Ollice in the Court House w ith Cook, Price & Johnson. Nov. IkOO ly. OK. ,1 . II O W HO.YkEOI'ATllIO li I, I, Si . PHYSICIAN, ltf Bow din;; Green, Ohio. I) 11 V, I . II SMI T II . HYSICIAN AND Sl'BUEON, Bowi.iNd (iiiKKN, Wood Countv, Oldo. All calls will be pnmiptly attended to, both day .. I , ' 'ilill II- ami oiLiii. B A 1 it i li ir s li. V. C. P.Alltl), PmiruiiiTon, Perrysburg, Ohio, i-tf 1 Jlii'.ltYSmiHU im.vxin; .MILI, unit "AMI I' Ai.- iim i . DANIEL LIMJSIiY, Pkopkiktob. Manufactures to order, and keeps constantly on hand, a general supply ot Doors, Sash, Blinds nnd Window Shades; Pine, Whitewiiod and Ash Flisuing; Pine and Whilewood Doors. All Kinds of Pi.AMNii done to order. Orders promptly filled at Toledo prices, or, iu some cases, below the 111. '00-tf JlLLINERY AND DRESS MAKING. The undersigned, feeling thankful for past favors, lakes t!.'!" "oooi'tunily of informing the ladies that she iin ju-V received t!i( Litest opening styles of Bonnels, H its, Ribbons. Flowers, uu l nil kinds ot Millinerv good.-; constantly on hand. Work tuni? to order, nl I'm in a-prices, at hcrusii.li j!;ico of resi dence. Ladies please call an 1 seo for yourselves. 61m3 ANN E. FOU LER. w fATCIIl'.S, Cl.OC'KW, and J E W E L Carefully repaired by AV . F . P O M E R At PfjiiiiYRDfna Bank Brit.DiNO, n o v CO-ltf 1"UltNITUIUi I l'lIKM IlUtli I 1 W llOl.K.SAl.K AND 11ETA1L, 1IY D E ( K A I' V & 1 AVLOR, (Formerly II. P. Degrnff,) No.f7 Bowery. New York, extending 211 feet through to No. 05 'Cheery Street, and six stories iu height, making if THE LAROKST Fl'UMTl'RE STORE in the United States, and filled with 1'urnature of nil grades. From too best Parlor to the. common Kitchen, winch wu ate ilcteruiuied to sell tit the small profit of five tier cent., and no Dei iutioii, hoping, by this plan. In increase our business suf ficient to 'count'Tbalance tho difference in profit. WE CONSTANTLY EMPLOY 1..0 11 NDS. AND LAY IN OCR STOCK. FOR NET CASH. Rosewood Parlor Setts, from-.. -$80 00 to $100 00 Muhog. nnd lllnck Walnut Parlor Setts from !?:10 00 toS1.r0 00 Rosewood Pod-room Setts, from .$j0 00 to 200 00 Mahog. and Black Walnut Bed room Sets, from $2i 00 to$l.r.O 00 Enamel Chamber Setts, from 22 00 to 4100 00 Oak and Walnut Dining Setts, from $25 00 to S2f'0 00 Hair Mattresses from 7 00 to St 2.5 00 Spring " ' S 3 60 to $ 10 00 OFFICE FURM WP. K-ALL QUALITIES A T.I. FI'nvlTfnt! (H'AtlKNTKIiD AS IlKrr.ESENTKn. March Llth, 1m01 limll Dni';s, union:! Mis, paints ami OILS. A. J. GArtn.NKii a Co., Druggists. Gilcad, Wood Co., Ohio. Have received a large stock direct from New York, consisting in part of Paints of nil kinds, Linskkd, Tannhis, Maciunk nnd Coai. Oils, Fi'H- NlTl'HK, CoAC.'l, llK J All, il'.ld J APAN YaUMSII. Paint, Yaknish, Sash, Whitewash, Scki uuin-h and Lamp Buitsiiks. Dyi: Sti i ks, like Joseph's cont.of manv colors. Clash of nil Sines, Prrrv, Sano and Emicuy Papkk, Tt'ltPKNTlNR, Al.coittn., Castoii and Swkkt Oils, English Currants, Prunes, Tamarinds, nnd Raisens, Spice, Pepper, Cinnamon by the U. ormat. (iinger. Cloves, (Jroiind and Extract of Coffee, Chocoletc nnd Cocoa. Starch by the III. or box. A fine assortment of Phiifimeuy Soaps nnd flavoring extracts. A largo ass irtmcnt of Ti kr MrmriNKS and CitKMtCALs, nud Til.lep's celuhruted Mediciuca for Physicians use. We are selling n flue article of Coai. Oil, free from smoke or smell, at 7'io p"r gallon. Lnmp from live shillings to two dollars. Wo believe in tho principles of 1'oiTI.AR Sov kkionty und Pay as you no, and shall hold our Stock strictly for Cash or Kkady Pay, und will lake ell kinds of Orain and Produce ia exchange. Patkst Muiill.'I.NKS ok kvkby kim. Giload, May It, lb'il tf. w 0 0 L FOR 18 0 1 We feci great confl lenee in announcing to Wool (Irowcrs and Merchants that we possess unsurpass ed facilities for receiving, grading und selling Wool, which will be done EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION, AND WUEW llEbtltKll, LIBERAL ADVANCES Will be made on receiving wool. tif Hacks will be sent to thoso who wish to consign. OUR CHARGES ARE LOW. No efforts will be wanting t merit the patronage of those who havo Wool to sell. Ci.Kvti ANn Wool. Depot Co., Sw4 Ollice, No. 107 Bauk St., Cleveland, 0. Ayer's Ague Cure. Held, them nn us and now of lyii-f ca-.t, en n n t A 11. of ty, ing the p. I of I of of r MISCELLANEOUS. )r.TlT10X FOB ' partition, ll.m"r It irt, V.lt.-n Hart.Thoun Bel 1 nnd Robert ill laWe notice that a petition .i ns filed against on the 1 l'h d y i f 71 no I - a I , in the Court of Common PI us. w ithin and ti r the conni v nf Wood, 1 State i f Ohio, l.v Jul.n lieid, for himself, nnd (Inardian of Archibald S. U id, .lain.M It. id, Isabella lleid, minor heirs of the estate of Isa bella Reid, I ate of sail vnty, decetisi tl, and is pen ling, wherein sai I John licidd. in imls par lilion of the following real e.-tate, to-wit: That put the rust half of ti e w st Jyf the s. iwh-uist ) , nth !' the West bratch of Portage riv er, in section number nine, town" north, ranp 12 in Wood countv nn I St itaof O.do. loss ,.lev acres oft the smith on I thereof, contaimnvrilcv- and sittv-thrce hundredths acres: and that ut tlcnex: t enu of s lid court, the s li 1 John Ucid will npply for an order that partition may be niadu of l premises', JOHN KT.in.hy Pktcu liM.t., his attorney. June 17, Isol - 7w (' t,s". DMINII I! TI!IX NOTICE. -IN WOOD CO. pitoHATi: coruf. Maiiah K. Youot. adiuioistrati ix of C.abricl V". Yount. dee., vs Thnnias Yount, Abraham Yount, Daniel Yount, Mar'uih Heals, tieo, W. Yount, Win. Ih als, Sarah Yount, A. Jackson Yount, James Meliitinis and Susanna Mi tiuiois. Abraham Yount nn I . Jackson Ynunt, non-res-i louts of the State ol Ohio, will take notice that Mariah E. Yount has this d iv tiled her petition nsk inif nn order of sale ol the following real e-fale to wit: nil of that part of the cist half of fractional section lilt 'cu. town -hip six, range ten, laving east the Dn ton and Michigan railroad, in Wood coun Ohio, eont iunng no nrves more or l-'ss ; chnr,l ill said peli'ion Indebtedness ot said estate to amount of $l.a00, laid petition will be for hearing mi the I llli day of July, ISO I, nt 2 o'clock, in., or si soon thereafter as coiins-d can be hoard.. PitiiT. A Johnson, attis for pit' 11". June 17, ISrtl-Vw Jfd 40. IlETITlON I OI5 PlYOHCE. ( Ol liT OF COMMON PLEAS. WOOD CO., O. Elleanoi A. Bluer, plaintilV, vs. James Bluer de fendant. The above named defendant is hereby notified that the plaintitf bus filed her pi tilion in the Court Common Pleas, of Wood county, Ohio, Alh dg ine -extreme cruelty nu I druiiki uess for more than three years last past, upon the part of s li I d d'end nnt. Said cause will be for bearing nt the October terui. lSiil ; and praying upon the final benrimrof said cause, she nny be divorced from said defend ant. Piiii'K A Jonssow nttvs for plt'lf. Perrysburg, June IH, lSii I - 7w(i?;;i 0"i. m-.TlTION Kill DIVORCE. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Wood co o. Willard V. Way id'tlV vs Sophia Way (lefts The 'ibove named defendant is hereby unfilled that the plaintiff has filed bis petition in the Court Common Ideas of Wood county, O!.io, alleging wilful absence and gro-s ncgl. ct of duty upon the part of said defendant tow ar Is plaintiff, for more than three years last past, and praying that upon the final hearhnr ol said cause, he m y be divorced from said defend int. Ihu.i.Kvnia K . Cook, utlys. Perrysburg, June 'A, 1'iOl- ow0 ! N K V 1 N S T 1 T U T I O N 'I'he stibseriher has established nn Airricultnral Machine Warehouse in IVrrysbuiy. He w ill be able to furnish the Pal ni 'i s, and nil nth rs iu w ant articles in his line, with any and every kind nf Machine or l-'ui-niiiiji' Implement desired, on the most reasonable terms ; ineludine, iu part of the follow inj: ai'licles: Kii'bv's American Harvester, llall's lie ipinrr nn d Mow ine; Machines, Wood's Mowinjr Machines, llnbhird's Mowioi; Machines, Pitt's Thro.shimr Machines, (rain Hrills, Separators, Ilorso Powers it Portable K'.cnm Ilnejints. Also, all tho best Myles and patterns of Plows, Harrow s. Horse llocs, Cultivators, blmvid Plows, Subsoil Plows, Tle'i inom tcr Churns, lined Scrapers, Wheel llarr ws, Corn Shi lh i-s. l''auninr Mills, Straw Cutters, Sinrar I.vapor.itors, t lover lliilU rs. llnrse Ioiki'S. Sevlhes and Snaths. Shovels and Hoes, Cradles, Sowing Machines, Wajjiuis, Ac.,Ae., Ac. Kviatv v kh:tv ! H V A Ij H S , Fnirhnnk's pattern. And every description Wood and lion WorVinjr and other Machinery nt I.OWK.ST PKICII. Call and ex.imin., sto k 'and prices. I). KKKP.S. Perrysburjr, June 21th, ISill - Stu3. 0 JI 10 CO h I. V (i li O F T It A U K l'or Practical COMMEItCIAL lNSTUUCl'lON. CltAllTi;iiri, MAY, Itli'il. No. 170, Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio. I or lurther imrticulars. nd tress IT. tii;i:tl()l!Y, President. j i O t ii i: h a i) i i: s . Mrs. M. A. Carpenter would r-sp -ctrullr announce to tlie ladies of Porrvshtnn and vicinity lhat hel.as removed her Millinerv Sitae to the house formerly occiipied by l'.liz I P. dole's, on Front .street, w hero there will be found a beautiful assorlm oil of millin ery (foods. Mrs. C. w ill keep constantly on hnud hii'ire vMioty of Uonnets, Kibbons, Flowers, liuehes, Hits, Caps nnd Flats, In fact everything p"i-taininjr to th" inillinery line. She i.sal-o prepared to Cut, I it and make I'r' r.ses, Capes, Cloaks, Taliu is nn I (,'hildren's (,'hnhinj,'. ltleachinu' and Pressing done 1 1 ol d. r, l.adii'.s w ill find it much to tin ir a lv m'age civio" in" a call before piu'eha aimr "Is h r". April i, l.i.il il Mrs. M. I. CAIil'FNT K!i. Mil S3. WINSkOW. An expcruMiced Ni sont s to the rso and Female Physioi in, pre iittention of mothers, her S 0 0 T II I N ti s Y u u r , KOK rilll.lUllt.S TKr.'llllNO, which (rreiitlv faciltit at"S the process of feethintr.by s 'i'ten'oiL' ll.o (:eiu.,, re dining all ii.il nnm itii n w allay iillpaia and i-p.i.siuodic aciion, and is Hi itK to iiriirLATU riii-: iifiwias. Depend upon it, moilu rs, it w ill give rest to yeur s Ives, and ULLE1P AND I1KALTII TO YOl'lt INFANTS. It not only relieves the child from pain, but invig orates the stomach lind bow els, corrects acidity, a-id (lives tone an t enei ey to tho w hole system. It w utmost instantly Vein, vu GRIPI.NU IS l ilt: UOWEl.S, AND WIND I'OI.IO and overcome convulsions, w hich, if not speedily re medied, cud in death. We believe it the best un surest ri in ' ly iu tho world, in all cases of Hyseii fc'ry and Ui.nVho'.i in children.whelhcr it arises from lecthinp, or IVoin any other cause. V w ul I gay to every mother w ho has a child siiffei in;: fn iu nuy of the foreir.iiii"; conipl.iinl s do not let your preju dices, nor tlie prejudices of others, st md bent you and your sufleritr child, an 1 tile relief that w besure ves, absolutely sureto follow th.- me this medicine, if timely used. Full diivi tious usiii'will ci'couip.iii y o.ich bottle. None pi nuina unless the fac-ximilu id' Cl'li'llS & PFltKINS, New-York, is on the outside wrapper. -old by nil Protista and Healers in Meuk-inej in WoihI count r. Prineiiwl Oirico, 13 Cedar sti-.et, N. V. PRICK i-NLY vii C KN IS PER UI'I'LG. April, lb'il Idly. ITCH yOTK'K. N'otice Is hereby e'ven that a petition h.n befn filed in thin oflieo for lheet.iblishiiijfuiidrontriiet iiiK of a diteli coiiiin.'ochij; t tho mouth of the swuil where tho anio enters tho i'ouss.iint cro.k, Mipposed to be in section o l, Webster town ship, foil mine; (he old diteli to the McC'uleheuvillo road ; thence to the Taylor ditch tit the north end of section !i, Center township ( llienco to intersect tho old Flank Poad ditch, so-called thence follow infi siii'l ditch to tho Flank ltoud I lio net touth aid road lo intersect tha Pmirie ditch ; thence fol low hip paid ditch west huI south lo where it inter K"c(ji the old Findhiy ivad in Plain tow nship, nil Wood county, Ohio, terminating nt said road, nar tho rof Ulrnr of Ibivid Webb, nd that usid pph ruliou will bu fur ItbAi'tnp nn the Hth day of Auiist next. ADDISON SMITH, Auduur. AuJUort Odea, Wood county, O. frrrfbivg, June $3, 1601-lilw4JJ M, " Perrysburg Journal. Order of Distinctions among Army Officers. Tin; rt'lulivc raiik of cfTiccrs in tlio rpgu tilar iitiny is la.iiigi ntcl In tho fuliguo uui I'diiii, yvuiu in ncoiu'ilaiiua villi tho tiruiy re'.I.itititid, in (ho folluwifij; manner : A Major Geiiovul !;i (liotJiigiiiNltc hy twp silver Mars on Ins hlmulJcT stipjis j a l'np ndicr (Iciiofiil htm Lut one nlar ; a Colonel Ins Kilvcr rnihroiilcrcJ opri'inl caglo ; n l.'.i.'iitcnti'il Colotu l Las n silver ciiilrnii.1rrrJ leaf ; ti Miliar Ims a fmM einLroiilered leaf; ii Cn lain is kiu.wti y two gold einliioiiler el Ltir.s! u Virst I. ten. etiottt hnalmt onefold Liir on the sti iip; a Second Licutenotit ium nt nil. Tho vh III f Ihc tlrnji is ns followst Shilt' Ollioi i', d.uiv Lino ; Aitilh.'ty.s inlet ; Iiilntif.y, liolil ii.r f,ky) Muc ; Itilfeineti, tno (laitii (or fim-rukl) green ; I'sivalry, orango color. Standing Guard. A incmhur of the ehtilki!l rr-itnent, In tMinp near 'Washington, writes thuu of tho incidents of Kt.itidlnej nentini l: The manner in which tlie sentinel receives too co'.ttift tsi '.ti is; mi follows: He permits n pel miii to tonic to a iiistiiii.ee of twelve or 111 teen pnccH of his pout, and liien cuiiiniiuidsj him to "linlt," and ns'.s, "v. ho coineH tlicfc?" The answer will ;"i ti 'i-a'.lv he "a IViend." The (.enlimd commands, "advance, friend, and p;ive the rumitci Mjrn," The pemonnd vaitiiM, und hailing over the point of tho bayonet nl tho ijoidty u gun, pivts the j'asrt Wofd (the ritai-d must uhvavs rreeivc it at 'chart'e bayonet.) and proceeds on Ida way. 1 lie p,iuu'tlss uro all niunlieieil lrom 1, npwavd. It' anythini; i.s wanted, or wroi, tho iienttlitil calld lor too ''set ueaiit of tho ;uard." meiitioliin;? his liumlicr, which id paMHOu lrom ;;navil to oitard nnlil it reaches No. 1. w horn tlio Herfjeiiiit ol the tlay m Bta tioiml, who inmi"diiitely repairs to the post designated. l'tiriii; the ldht tlio oi-iiera tire mute ulrtet than in daytime. If any ono uttempts to pana the guard without tho ((.ittnteisign, he calls for tho sergeant, if tho intruder, alter liemir wavnod heveral times. won't, conic down to dots, you dre.w trigger on him, and of course kill him if vou can. An Immense Fortification in Progress on Sandy Hook. Trenton (N. .1.) (uni'tfn ts.iys : "Some youm i,incc, it will ho remember e 1, that a great, topio of discussion in mili tary and civil circles, was tho- defenses in New York harbor. There was n nrovalcnt opinion ti ii;; the most d'odinuished engi neers tuat in order to complete tho protec tion of tho bay and cily, nml prevent a descent of host.de forces on tho chores of New Jersey, it was absolutely necessary to e'tiaid .the outer key of the Atlantic, by erecting: n huge fort on the most lavorahlo po. tioti of Sandy Hock. Ihd'etisea thus lo cated, it was believed, would command tho ocean access to the Umpire city.nndnt l ength en the upper lin ts for a renewed attack iu ca:;o an enemy should paus beyond tho reacii of their batteries. Acting on the suggestion, the Federal flovcrtiiiient urdeied tlio building of nn im mense fort on the we.steni portion of tho bench, which, from its. strength and solidity, will io doubt be considered one of the most formidable harbor dofcuKcs of the United Stall .;, Tho corner stone of the fort was laid on tho 2Mi of March, lKaf). The walls will cover an oblong area of about one nolo in length. It will have bastions, the length of each of which will be in aeeordanco with tho extent of its pnrlietdur command of oonio point of the Atlantic. At present tho noi'the-.odoni bastion ia matly ready for iu' Mil. ting guns, und the eastern and north crt curtains which protect it are Million ntly elevated to lay the embrasure bloucs. Two arc nearly ready for the gnus. The fctones in front of the fort are from six to tight tons weight, mid were brought from tpiar ric.i in (biiney, Mas., and Maine. The tiers of the guns will have s roug and spacious casements. The foundation which is laid in concrete, was made seven feel from tlie sur face, and tho lucadlh of tho w alls at tho liana I.) lotnlcen feel tiini ut too top ten leer, ino ca- mcnls nre indnited about thirty foot from the outer walls, aud commanding nil point;! of the ton n. muling ocean. 'Ihe fort will be protocU'd by deep trenches at ili outer points." This Rebellion. by ill ill 1 cludes a letter to (.'has. II. Greene, Esq., tho editor of tlio IV)i'.to:i Vs', iu wordu as fol lows. When it i.-i remembered that tho writer and the person addressed havo been life-long nt'cl active Pemoerats, the words have special pigr.ilitnee: I v.-'n-h I could put i viry rutin in the. North oi ly -na week in Jingliind. He would then go home every man resolved that, cost, what i! m'ght id' blood, and treasure, and lime, there i-hould bo no ccssn lion of u con-i.l.inily-iiiieiisii.yii.g poui r beat ing clown noon this rebellion, till every breathing K.'nd and every iu I of ground within whni now arc, or ever were, or over will be, Tho I'liiicd States, recognized the ling of iho Coion its the .n!y banner of sovereignty. Nothing else will do, o:ii!ng can coot ioo imn h. tli.il a man bath v. ili bo givo for his I'fc," and lo p:r, t with tho emaller-.t nu tnle.'i- (d'yout body-p(ditic is to it.'.cbt iho whole with gaog.-i tie, You are tUruggl.'i.g fur your nuliomd life, Millions in. lhui.po know it, and if. vou abate one tithe of a hair from ai'ci t'iplirtliirg :dl to which j'ou uro entitled, your pnw er to impart courage to them, oi fear to their matders, is lost forever. lbm't reason. Hoti't temiorize. Itou't lis ten to NttggoMions of comproiniKe. The, lime for these is past. Upon uhsoluto and unconditional .surrender to the t'onstirution as it is, c:m tho honor of the Young II ereuloiv of the Western W orld ever again ptand erect. It is not the people I am ufiiutd of. It is wealth aud power that 1 fear. Let the i-s pep'ili be tho nu- lki, till every smoldering cinder ol'rebclliou is trodden out. France and New York. of for on in To rend in the last French pnpers that Na o'.coti III. holds fast to the idcu of or gaiii.ing a regular novice v. ith the United .stales. In the year 185S concessions vere mado for this purposo to a company at Havre, who, in order to carry this project successfully throurh, had entered info part nership whli several capitalibtSMiid bankers. Tlio w ar of Italy, and perhaps, also, the in Kuftioioncy of the capital realized, had com pelled this company to postpone its opeia tiu.i to it more uuspicious time. Tho pro jeet has jimt been resumed upon an entirely new basis, the principle, feature t.f which i that tho French (Jovernmont will mako au advance of 18.000.H0O of frunri., without in terest, to the Transatlantic fcfteainidiip (.'om pany, to bo reimbursed in annual install;, meuts of one million each. Iu consideration of this giant the company, will establish a lino of cixteen Bte.amrrs, runniiig between Franco, New-Yojk, ilvU tiniquo and AftpuiM wail. - m i iMfciw ii pi.v Oe.i. Andorsoa ha arriv at dltoK e, Kwsylvon.a. Tho oljoet "of" Lift via: to th mn'uonins ' to reorttit hit health,