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Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. notso (rnrrn. Vlpht Exp. .10:25 p.m. Hail 10:49 A. M. freight 0:13 A.M. COIVU KORTti. XicM Kp." Stan A, M Mail 2:."S r. M. Freight 7:22 T, U. Our Boys Coming Home. It ts now reportod tlint our boys will positively bo home on tho 3 o'clock train, Wednesday after noon. This will afford oir citiicns a good opportu nity to turn out and meet them. Dr. McMillin, V?i bo at tlio Exchange Hold, in this plsce, on Baturd.iy next. Those wishing to consult the doc tor will tuko notice, mid govern themselves accordingly. Shipping. In the lino of shipping, triida has been pretty fair for tho past work. Some three or four schoon ers, and probably twice that number of canal boats have left port within the past eight days, loaded With lumber, staves, frrain, etc. Col. Gibson's Regiment. The Tifiln Jrilmnt thinks Col. Gibson's regimeat Will be full in the course of ten days. One or two companies have already (rone into eainp. A com pany composed mostly of Wood county boys, is to Lave a pVice In tliis regiment, wc understand. Rain, Rain, Rain. Scarcely a day has passed in the Inst week, with out on? or more heavy showers of rain. On Mon day it rained nearly all day, and if it' dors not "dry tip" before loop;, we shall feel inclined to tho opiu ion that the clerk of the weather is on a "bender." The Col. Lowe Affair. Wc have receivud from interested parties, at Day ton, a vindication of the conduct of Col. Lowe at the "Scary" Tight. Owing to the leutgh uf the mat ter, we are compelled to defer publication until next week. It may be well enough to state, however, that Col. Lowe is pretty well cleared of the charge of cowardice, in this "vindication." The Springfield News. lias undergone a slight chago in its proprietor ship. Mr. Nichols, formerly editor of -the paper, has purchased a half interest. The A, in will here after be published under the firm name of Hastings &. Nichols the latter occupying us luual the ''edi torial chair." The News is conducted with marked ability, and is among the number of our most wel come excuanges. New Goods. Va you want a dress for your wife? TWs your daughter want a fashionable shawl ? Your son a new suit of clothes? or in fact anything that can b lound iu a dry goods and produce store? Then we advise you to call ut F. It. Miller & Co.'s, where everything cau be fwiinil, usually kept in such an establishment, so cheap as to please the most fas tidious. Produce taken in exchange for goods. Volunteers' Pay. Both Houses of Congress have passed the bill increasing the pay of Vol nnceers two dollais per month, making their wages $l:. This is at !. .. . - . unvcoonars. per iiionin more man most ot the young men can make by staying at home ; and besides t,,is 'hey get a bounty of fifty or a hundred dollars, and a quarter section of land. They must also take into consideration tiio fact that with ull this they get their board and clothing. An Editor Assaulted. Journal, was nssnult- ted by a drunken rowdy named Click, last week for copying an article iu his paper which reflected upon the rowdy's brother, Click was a numberof the county convention, which met at Fremont to appoint delegates to the State Convention, and it was while returning from this that he attacked the editor. Click, and a uuniber of others in attend 1 ancc, afterward met at a saloon und drank ",o Jell'. Davis, JJeauregard," &c. Horse Shooting. Ijn(,d Trcmain was arrested at tho instance of Casper Hoot, and brought before Squire Chappel, on Saturday last, charged with shooting the hitter's horse. A judgment was rendered against Tro ' ,nniu for the price of the animal, but we understand the case is to he taken up to a higher court. It seems the horse had repeatedly forced its way upon the defendant's premises, doing considerable dam r age at times, when his patience was tried to such a degree that he finally shot the horse. The Right Move at Last. city councilor Maumee, at a meeting held last week, passed an order dedicating the "Elm-Grove Institute" building, with tho land belonging thereto, iu fee-simple, to our Methodist friends, for the establishment of a Theological Sem inary. Jt now only reuiaius for the Conference to nceept, when wc shall probably have u permanent institution. If accepted, it will not interfere with Mr. Hietfs arrangements for his ucit class, as ad . vertised iu this paper. lo Union for Sake of the Union. As far as we are able to learn, it seems to be the desire of a very large majority of the people of this county to unite in the one common cause of the "Union for the sake of the Union," at theapproaeh- ing fall election. They pretty generally seem to regard tho salvation of tho Uuiou as above all party, and, until it is ascertained whether the people of this Government nro really capable of self-government, we see no good reason why party "'organizations should not be ignored altogether. .....Especially should this be the case at the present critical juncture, w hen rebellion and disunion stare ns in the face, and threaten with destruction the best form of government on thu face of the earth. If ever there was a time when past animosities should be forgotten, that time is now. People diould assemble together as Xaiiou men, ns lovers a common country, and form such a ticket as the teople can support with a full assurance that their jest interests and those of tho county, state and lation will bo duly regarded and energetically pro- noted. It is believed that a convention should not jo called by the central committees of either of the ild parties, but rather by men of both parties; and hat tho convention should meet as a Union conven tion, nominate good conservative men of both par ties having for tho standard of qualification, 'ability, integrity, and sincsro devotion to the .'uiou. " a to II by of G Obituary. Mrs. S. X. Heacu died nt A'anluo, Hancock Co., )hio, on the Cth of August, 18(51, aged 42 years. "Icr remains were accompanied to the cemetery, in 'his place, by her relatives and a largo numberof rieuds. liar disease, pulmonary consumtion, caus- ?d a slow and painful passage from (he vigor of ife to the cold sleep of the grave; but during this period of suffering, she exemplified that maturity of "haracter, which, as a wife, mother, friend and hristian, commanded the esteem of all who knew scr. To her husband, whether in the season cf irosperity, or that of aflliction and trouble, she w as ver the same judicious advisor, the true hearted, M'ympathctia wife. Thoso who were acquainted with her in domestic gelations, can most emphatically say, "She looked veil to tho ways of her household she ate not the iread of idleness." Sbo possessed the devoted ove and obedience of her children, to whom her leath will bo an irrcpairablo loss. Her acts of kindness were free from ostentation; nil their recipients felt that they proceeded from he sincerity and fullness of the soul. For mauy years sho was a member of tho M E. 'hurch, Pcrrysburg, in which capacity prompti ude, earnestness and devotion ever characterized icr. Her religious enjoyments wero calm and set led, and she was at all times possessed by a deep j'ense of gratitute to God for his mercies. With a Jiumblo faith in tho merits of the Kedccnicr, sho latiently awaited tho approach of death, iu thu sura md certain hope of a glorious resurrection. She ms now entered her rest; attliction and trouble with ler havo ceased. We, who so frequently listened o, her songs of praise, thall no more hear that voice it is silent in the grave i but the nobler, sweeter of the redeemed ara hers. "Blessed are tha lead which die iu the Lord, for they rest from their Uboai uiU toMf works do rblkr tbum." OX To w of it Taxes. rrnbahlr no other part of tha country bas puld heavier taxes than the County of Wood ; aiuutcd as it is, its best lands so level that without enormous expense, In leading off the surplus water, crops were In danger of being destroyed, as all the early settlers of this couuty know, both by cxperlcnco and observation. Twcuty-fivo years ago, most of tho prairies and forests of Wood county were at limes exposed to floods, which often made those prairies appear more like Inland lakes, than fertile meadows, and when some far seeing sage predicted a tirnu when those seeming lakes should smile with fields of Wheat and Corn and delightful farms, it gcvincd like some fancy sketch not to be realized. Hut the time has come, a ml the pi ah its once so exposed to Inundations, are. now variegated with difl'ercnt Crops of grains, r rasscs and vegetables: farm establishments are now located where once a boat might have floated many months In the j ear, and where waved then coarse water grass and weeds, now wave smiling harvests. Hut this has not been done by a mirac le. Many a plan has been laid, but noue mcreeded until tin people w ent to work unitedly and pvrseveriugly and self-preservnliou prompt.' J to thu levying and cheerful payment of such Ua us never were be fore dreamed of in a republican government. Many a farm and village lot lias changed from one owner to another, as its value w as consumed by frightful levies called taxes; and all from dire necessity; as roads and farms must all be drained belore a living could be obtained or produce trans ported to market. Expensive turnpikes havo been made with ditch es and outlets, and all by direct tav. To this the people have cheerfully submitted, as they found their crops increased, and real cst.'te advancing iu value. At present, the plans for the draining ol swamp lands, the opening and improving the chan nels of crocks, etc., are increasing, and the success of such efforts in the past, prompts to thorough and immediate action. Hut the present is u peculiar time. Money it is almost impossible to get, grain is unprecedented! y low, and war taxes are about to be levied, and hard times tire upon us. Under tl present circumstances, would it not be well for tl commissioners of Wood county, at least to poMpone for the present, the expensive labor of opening crocks ami large mil let ditches, and lo retrench ns 1 far ns possible all public improvements, not because they are unnecessary, but Uc.ui.-'e the people can not I ty of pay for them just now? JOSEPH CLARKE. Captain Kaga. young c- friend of the Shelby County , mnrrnl, Abraham Kaga, is a whole souled patriot ns well as printer. H iving served as captain of a volunteer company for three months, he now declares that as war has been forced upon us by the disunionist.s of the South, he prefers to be a soldier iu support of the Constitutional Gov ernment, instead of remaining at home as n civil ian. Says Capt. Kaga; " Firmly and earnestly ciietei taining this opinion, and know ing, too, that tho services of five hundred thousand men nro re quired by the Federal Government to put down a formidable rebellion a conspiracy gotten up lu men for the overthrow of our liberties, and the gratification of their selli.-h and ambitious desires, we hereby publicly signify ouriulentioii lorecniit our present company for three years, unless the war should sooner be brought to a close." That "s the truo Union spirit the kind of democracy we like to see. It isn't probable, nor is it possible for everybody capable of bearing arms to go to war, but those who have to stay at home can give the movement the benefit of cncotirghig words, und this they should do willingly and lively. en to to j at. Keep of Good Cheer. goodness sake, do not look so melancholy! Thei are better times in stoic for you see if there arc not. Why, man, one would suppose y ou were condemned iu the pilory torture, or something like thu "pit and pendulum!" Come, now, be cheer ful; if you cannot pay your debts immediately, do the best you are able. "Care killed a cat." If yon have not fifty cents to luxuriate in the delicacies of the season, appropriate half the amount for some thing more substantial and wholesome. Kiss your wife, if you havo one; and if you have not got one kiss somebody else's, or get married immediately for acts of desperation Ireijucully result happily and beneficially m their effects. If you have any 1 children romp w ith them; if not, romp with your ' neighbor's. Look upon the blight side of every- i thing put on a cheerful count-iuiuce keep your mind in the right trim, and if you find that your native towu w ill not support you, pack up and vol untoer fur the war. At all events, be cheerful. ed ms we is ol the not Musical. At tho request of several of our citizens, Mr. E. P. Sprague, from New York City, and formerly Or ganist in the Cathedral of tho Holy Trinity, is about visit Pcrrysburg, cither this week or next, for the purpose of giving private instruction in die the cultivation of the voice, and l:,o to give lessons on the Piano Forto and Melodeou. Mr. S. conus w ith host of testimonials from many of the leading mu sicians of the country, aud we are assured that as pianist aud practical teacher he is not excelled on the Western continent. In singing be has adopted the style of Sobhiche and Concoui, two of the most celebrated singers in F.urnpo. He has had much experience in successfully training voices for the Stage and Concert room. Mr. S. w ill probably de vote two days in each week iu Pcrrysburg, his pre vious engagements preventing his being here more than that. All communications may be addressed Toledo, Lucas county, Ohio. heal or has was and Programme of Wood Association. A. M. 1st, Prayer; 2d , Singing, conducted by G Gondii; 3d, Elocutionary exercises conducted the President consisting of declamation nud reading by the following persons ; Messrs. W. W. Alcorn, W n Wood, W A lienschotcr, Goo. Wed dle and E Elliott, und Misses A A Wood, C Kim bei'lin, Emily Foote, P P Tracy and 1) Patrick. P. M. 1st, Singing: 2d, Discussion of the nun-its the various systems of Grammar ; 3d, Shio-iii"-; 4th, E xercise in Mental Arithmetic conducted by A Corey; 5th, Oration by W S Thurston; Cth. Ad dress by Kev II C Skinner or Kev 1 G Ha'.d .viu al ternate. The association w ill meet at Tontegany the first Saturday in September at 10 o'clock a. m. by and ri-:i:riiiNo: Mrs. said our that one who have of W. H. GORRILL, President. J. B. NEWTON, Secretary pro tem. Our Book Table. Phtt-h sos's Magazine, September IPfil : Charles J. Peterson, liOli Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. Wo are happy to announce the reception of the September number of this excellent, and more than all, cheap magazine, upon our Table. The present number is iibundai.tly filled with decidedly readable stories ; besides thd almost innumerable pntteru cuts, which alone nro almost worth (lie price of subscription. The Table ami Miscellane ous Kcceipts form quite nil item in its usefulness. any lady who has a desire to become a subscri ber to a magazine, which, over und above the latest and standard fashion plates, contains interesting literature of the best, w e would heartily recommend Pcti Tsnn's. Terms Only Two Dollaiy a ye?r in advance. It it ns per This Pain a is ever the Summer Beverage. Here is a recipe for making finger beer, a very holesoino and refreshing summer beverage : Put two gallons of cold water into a pot upon the fire, add to it two ounces of good ginger, bruised, nnd two pounds of v.hito or brown sugar. Let nil this come to boil und continue boiling for about half an hour. Then skim the liqornnd pour it into a juror tub, along with one sliced li-mou und u half an ounce cream of tartar. When nearly full put in a tea cupful of yeast, to cause the liquor to work. Tho beer is now made; und after it has worked two days strain it, and bottle it for use. Tie down thu corks firmly. a iu Dr. one , . I two As Aoe OF I uonnrss. This is truly an age of; progics, and oneol ibo best evidences we have of; tact is the upoenruneo in cur midst o. that heal- . thy, pure, ui.adulie.au d article, D. II. Do Land & j cure to. I hciiucul halcratus. Ibis article we can re- comuicnd to our patrons to be just the thing which : off claims to be. Let a pujier of W. J. lliu boock J yrujJvvsv ri Patriotic Action of Republicans. tn Hardin and several other counties tho Kepub lican County Central Committees havo tendered their resignations, giving as a reason for this action that their Considerations of duty to their country is inoro Imperative than thu denunds of party; and also to avoid embarrassments that might result from official inaction. While thousands of republi cans and democrats, forgetting for the time all par ty differences and estrangements, aro side by si h nobly risking their livus in defense of the Govern ment, they aw unwilling ili.u by any a t of theirs, party strifes and animoj-iiios shall bo engiiulcreJ among thoso who retiuia at heme. This is truly a patriotic action, and should receive due considera tion from County tentr.il uouiuiiiuis throughout the State. A Word to Fair Managers. We suggest to the director of our Fairs, that as the interest in agricultural matters is not just uow paramount, a new departiu.'tit ba added to their premium lisU, which shall iuvitj the e lupeUlicu of military couipaniiM, and award premiums. The treasury boxes will greatly need replenishing, and tLc incorporation of a military feature will do uwr thau an) thiug eUe to etl. ct that objoet. l'iuiiuu should also Is) awarded to iuvtutoM ut luauufas lurus of arms. The Army Worm. The Canton .''u.i. m says liter ai eat ticUli within sight of that place that have been partially destroyed, and in many parts of that and udjoiui'ig counties, the growing corn is sull'ering from the ravages of the armv worm. Notice to Whom it may Concern. On and nl't-r the first day of September, ISfil, thi i-e must be deposited w ith the Clerk of the Court Common Pleas, of Wood County, Ohio, all Appraiser.-,' fees and Sherid's fees on each and every writ to insure service, I Perry sbuig, Auru.-t 1 f,h, tSi'i!. Form of Application for Relief from Volunteer Fund. The follow ing form of nr application or afli.hu it by the wife of a volunteer for relief from the Coun- Volunteer Fund, tn.iy be varied to suit the case an application by the minor child or children, or by the ih-peudt nl parent of a volunteer: 7ic StHtl ill' iiliin. fbllNfy. A, 1!., being duly sworn, says that she is the wife C. 1!., n ho, at the dale of ihis tillidavit, is a pri vate in Capl. company (A) ill the Ifogi- mci't, which is now iu the service of the t'niieil States, under the reouisitiou of the President, (or the actual sen ice of the State of Ohio; ) that lie enlisted by , at , iu the county of and Slate of , and was mustered into'the ser vice of the United States or of the Stale of Ohio.) the day of IS - , and is now in actual ser vice with said Kegiinent; that the said C. H. was a resident of county at the lime of his enlistment, and had resided therein for the period of , prior his enlistment: and that the iilliant and the said C. H. were mariied at , in the county of , and State of , on the day of A, 1. H ; that the allianl's wants and necessities ere such as require relief under the act authorizing the Co. Comiiii.-sionors to a fiord relief- to the families of volunteers, passed May ! ill li , IStll, and that she is the identical per-on mentioned in the annexed mar riage certificate, (or annexe. 1 allidax it of I. P., and that .-he has not made application to, nor been fur- lushed relict by the County Commissioners of anv other county iu the State of Ohio. Bowling Green Union School. The first term of the sixth annual session of the Howling Green Union School will commence Sept. lSijl, and continue twelve weeks. Tuition. per t erm, common Knglish branches .?:. 00 Foretell additional study (extra) ,.r0 A Normal class will.be formed iu connection with the High School, in w Inch a thorough and piv.clic.il knowledge ol the branches will be aimed Also, the theory and practice of school gov ernment will receive':. po. iiil attention, which will renoer Lie scliool prolitaule to those wuo may wi spend a lew mouths in s,mly, preparatory to leaching a w inter school. Hy order of tho Hoard. C. F. SWIGERT, Bowling Green, August 9th, 1861. The following flattering nolice is taken from the Portsmouth (Ohio) Scioto Valley liepublicau, of April o, icijf: KASIUN'AVIA. A friend writes (o us for our real opinion ol lr. liubaek's Scandinavian licmedies where he can obtain them and why they im called 'Scand.ina vian," and wo are frequently link the same questions. Scandinavia is the ancient name of Sweden and Norway, and a Scandinavian, mat u;, a fnvcae or eiorwegiau, aucctionatcly calls couiiiry eaiuiiiinvia, m the same sense as speak of "Columbia," or "The Union." Hy the way, there are over nine thousand Scandinavian families in O.ine county, isconsin. Although a citizen of this country lor many years i'r. lio'iiack a .-Mi-cue oy nirui, ami coiup.nn.ds ins luei'.ictues Swedisii herbs, we think the name is very ap propriate. We have the very highest opinion of medicines, and of Dr. Ifobaek liimseli, who Is only a singularly skillful physician, but a gen- i.eioanot toe uii M:iii;il, as we I. now personally. advertisement columns will answer the rest of friend's letter. See advertisement. law 4 A Family Blessing. 'In lifting the kettle from the lire it caught aud scalded my hands and person very severely one almost ton crisp. The loiiure was unbearable. It an awful sight. a Tim Mus tang Liniment appeared lo uhstract the pain almost iiuu.cdiatclv. It healed rnpidiy and left no scar of account. Charles Foster, 420 liroail Street, Phila delphia." histrulva wonderful article' It will any case of swciling.bui ns, still joints, eruptions rheumatism. For horses it should never be dispensed wiih. One Dollar's wi.rth of Mustang frequently saved a valuable horse. It cures galls, sprains, ringbone, spavins and founders, lie ware ot imitation and counterfeits. A counterfeit put iu circulation from St. Louis and duly sup pressed. All genuine will hereafter bear the signatures of G. W. Weslbrook, Chemist, D. S. Haines, Proprietor, with the words ''Trade" "Mark," in two Medallions of tho Federal currency. Three sizes. Sold everywhere. low'j D. S. HAUNES, New York. or three application will cure thu Scratches, Chafes, und (falls, whether by harness, .saddle or otherwise. Wa,!i the k mmds clean, and the Cor li the freely upplicl will euro them in a few dais it tiill cracked bind, heels and Cancer in the tongue, canker or snro mouth, alii clions of the skin, falling of the hair, Ac. Sore teals and caked udder iii cows are soon cured by this C'crat. bold br med ndpronj ioiut donlsra jfeueral!y. 14,-4 MoSticrs, read this. The following is an extract from a letter written the pastor of a Ilaplist church to the "Journal Messenger," Cincinnati. Ohio, and speaks vol umes in favor of that world-renowned medicine WlNSI.Ow'rt SoOTltINU SYKfi' FOB tllll.DltK.N "Wo see an advertisement in your columns of V.'inslo'v's Soothing Syi up. ' Now wo never a word iu favor of a pnleni medicine before in life, but we feci compelled to say to our readers, this is no humbug we iiAvk Titiicn rr a.m know rr to KB Ai.i, it Claims. It is, pribahiy, of the most successful medicines of the day, be cause it is one of the best: and those of your readers have babiej can't do better thaii tolav in n supply. ly. The Rcurfiit of Cood Advice. Thanks to Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup. We for years been relieved from sleepless nights painful watching with boor suflering, teething children. Unlike all the pivpar.it ions of opium hich are usually got up to" mifce children sleep, which simply Mtipcfy the chil l, tho Soothing gives not only rest, but vigor and heilh: the fellow wake up bright, cheerful an J refreshed. is sure, moreover, to oure Wind Colic and regu-l.it-; (he bowels. As we freely received the advice which calls foith the above thanks, wo freely give to others, and say to all mothers, go ) iiVei, ph Soothing Syrup for your old! I, nud you will t:,auk for tsi., advice. Sol i ci oitwIk ie, at 2.) cuts bottle. Olliee.lS Cedar-slivet, X. York. 1 1ml I-i'Kea 1 the certificate of a regularpractitioner: may certify that 1 have used Perry Palis' Killer iu uunuroiis cases, and bele ve if to be very valuabh jmedicin". 1 have prescribed it in bowel compl lint (particularly for children.) and it in my opinion superior to any preparations I li ive us.d for the relief of those diseases. When given t children, 1 have always combined it v. ith syrup of gum nniblio, say ten drops fi a tea spoonful of the svrup, well 'mixed. Others hate mixed it with milk and molasses, equal pin ts, A. lib . YUNG, M. D. Sold by all medicine dealers. M?-Dr. S. O, liichardsoii's Sherry Wine T.it teis. Pl.aimatejticiil Preparation, l y a regularly educated phyaicia.i is one of the most pleasant and valuable tonics of thu day. Persons recovering protracted illness, or tlio.e who nt this pnilic ulir season of the uar, are siibjeit to Jaundice, Habitual Con ,tipalion, or any disease ari.-ing from dUordcrcd Suimaeh. Liter or Kottels, will find the Sherry Wine Hitter a friend more to be de sired than gold. Sold by Peck i!t Hamilton. M.t l E t?To Farmers and Livery t ible Keepers. S. A. Weaver's Cerate has been cxtcii.Mtclr by lirerv si abb keepers and fanners, and with accord they say that lor many disci -cs iu ani mals they bat e never found ils ciiiiul. On bor,i s MARKETS. Perrysburg Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & CO. Wheat Vbu. 7.uiit)i) flour In I .. ..S(.i5t Hams y Hi VitflOo Shoulder ljft 80 Poultry lb .... ft,.lo Eggs y do 7i"a'So Fe.ith.is v b 4 l.VIo Green Hides V,.. .:wt Salt yhrl 11.75 Clover Seed bu S3.S0 Wool Tallow V R.. Hynu .... Coru pi bit On, J bn .. .. Potatoes "tf bu. butter J lb. laird l lb . ... 80 404 .... Sao tdt.riioo .SOu'-'.'KJ tkaioo Ho SPECIAL NOTICES. I MI'UHT A X T T O K K MA T. F. S I I 1H. chlkslman's PILLS. Prepare 1 by Cornelius Clicc'cm-in, M.D. Now York Cut , The combin uiou of ingredients in these Fills are the ! suit of a long and extensive practice. Thcv ar mild iu th -ir operation, and crHin iu convi ting ull irregularities, painful Menstruations, reuniting all chMnH'tions, whether from cold or otherwise; he-id ache, pain the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, nil 11 io'M nlleitlons, hysterics, fatigue, pain tiie back und limbs, Ac, disturbed sleep, which u wise (Vein in!errept;ou of nature. To M v nt; 1 1 0 1. Mm , - Pr. Cheeseinan's Pills are huuhi 1M0, as ihev will I rirg 011 the monthly peri od wiih regularity. Women who hate been 'disap pointed iu the use of otl.vr Pills can place the utmost confidence iu Dr. Checscinau's Pills doing all lucy reply "ut to do. Nonce.--T heru is oue condition in tho female sys tem in which the Pills cannot bo taken without pro ducing a fi l l I t ah HKsi t.r. The condition referred to is riiKiix.u Y - nud there utt, Mtsc a mil auk. Such is the irresist ible tendency of the Medicine t rv nloro the sexual functions to it norm il condiiion.tlntt even the reproductive power of nature cannot resist it. Warranted purely vegetable and five finm any thing Injurious, l'.'xplicit directions, ttliich shoidd be read, accompany each box. Price ??l. Sent by mail on enclosing si to Or. Cornelius I., Choeseinaii, box t.;i II, Post-ollice, New Yolk City. ;-. "Sold bv one Prueeist in otvrV town in the I'. S. li. It. Ill TCIIINS. General Agent for the I . S., No. t t I'roa.lway, To whom all orders should be addressed. For sale lo, Pix k a 1! VMii.roN,l'errt sbui g. 1 ly ) P. P. PAlHv'S PKICKLY PL. VST I'll 3. They Impart Strength ; they Annihilate Pnin. The.e delightful plasters yield readily tfitho motion of the body, absorb perspi ration and throw oil' all the offensive coagulated Impurities of the system. They should be used for all 'chronic Pains, l'ainfness, 1 lyspepsia, Colds, Con Park's Patent Porus Prickly Plasters Are Sold l!y all Dealers From 1 to 2i Dimes. sumption, Itheumatisui, Iciuale Weak ness, etc. Thcv retain their active iiroi- crtics w hen other Plasters are useless, and where apjflicd pain cannot exist. Ftcry family should have them. One size oil cloth, three sizes on leather. Sample sent b v mail, on receipt of 2"i cents. I '. S. It AKNLS, LI It 1 j Park Kotv N. Y. April, ISM Wly. MRS. WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, pro sent 1 to the attention of mothers', her sou t 11 i n tr s y n u r , ron fHii.niiKN ti:ktiiinu, w hicli grenl'y facillitatcs the process of teething.bv sol lening the gums rcdm iugall iuthiuimatiou - w ill allay all pain and spasmodic action, and is Hl ltK TO ttKUl'I.ATU TIIE llOWr.l.S. Dcpeud upon it, mothers, it w ill give rest to your selves, and KEI.EIP AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS. Il not only relieves the child from pain, but invigorate.-; the stomach nud bow els, corrects ncidity.and gives tone and energy lo the w hole system. It will almost instantly relieve OltiriSU IS TUB UOWK.l.S, ANO WINK Clll.lO nud overcome convulsions, which, if not speedily re- ,...,.i: . 1 1 :.. .1 ...o. li- . 1. .1: , . . mi ineo, i-uu 111 ueaui. ticociiete nine oesi mm niire-t remedy in the world, in nil cases of Dysen tery und Dial rheea iu children, whether it arises from teething, or from any other cause. We would say to every ino.licr w ho has a child sufl'ei ing from any ol'lho foregoing complaints do not lot your preju dices, nor the prejudices of othcis, stand between you and your Milierlng child, and the relief that will besure yes, absolutely sure to follow the use of this medicine, if timely used. Fell directions for u.-.iug will accompany' each bottle. None genuine unless the lac-simile, of C CUTIS & lF.liK.lNS, New-York, is on the outside wrapper. Sold by ull Druggists and Dealers iu Mouiciues iu Wood county. I'riucipal ()ffiee,I;t Cedar street, N. Y. PRICK ONLY V UKNTS PER BOTTLE. April, isti I pjly. O V II o'oLK X A M I N E II S' N OTIC K. O The Hoard will ho'd their next regular. sessions for the exanii.i.iiion of Teachers, us follows: I-Vvpurt, first Tiusday in Augu.-t. (iilead, first Tuesday in Septciuber. I'erry.-huriv, lilst Tuesday iu October. West -Mil1;. rove, fir.-t Tue.-.day iu Novenibcr. Uov. ling Green, first Tuesday in December. Pen-v shurg lir-t Tue .day iii'.lauuary ( IS',2). Iu a 1 Id li ion ci tlie usual course. Teachers will here after be examined in American HUtory. No applicant will bcex.uniiicd w ho is not presunt punctually at U u'clock, a. 111. J. W, Wooniii'iiY, Clerk. p L M - G U O V E IN S T HUE NORM AL "sCIIOOL, MAUMEE CITY OHIO. The Fall Term of tho second year of this Institu tion will commence on MONDAY, AUGUST 2fl. The Institution is furnished with a full enrnse of qualified and experienced Teachers. Arrangements are made tor extensive and systematic courses of Classical and Scientific study. Classes will bu formed for those who are preparing to teach the en suing winter. A course of Lectures will he deliv ered 011 subjects of interest and importance to teach ers. Hoard in good families, or rooms for solf boarding can be obtained on very liberal terms. For further particulars seo circular, or address tho Principal, .J. W. illKTT, Augusts, 'fil Mtt3. Maumee City, (). JjVYKMEUS, LOOK. TO YOL'It INTERESTS! GUA1X Plilf.l.S! GliAIX DRILLS! GItAIN PrtlLLS! The subscriber is now ready to furnish Farmers with either of the two best Grain Drills in use, and will warrant them to give entire satisfaction. They will sow Wheat, Hye, Hurley, Oats, Jluckwheni, Fla.x, Hemp, Timothy, Clover, Millet-seed j also, Corn, Peas and lleaus equally well It is, perhaps, the only inachiiio a Farmer can use that WILL PAY FOU ITSELF I in the increase of yield, over nud over again, iu a year or two, I have abundance of testimony sbowina' that, tho increase of Drilling over broad-cast sow ing', is on tin average from three to tive bushels per acre, und the difference is often much greater. Hut taking the lowest estimate, (:t bushels) if you nut out acres, it 11 ill give yon increase of liil) bush els, which would pay for two Drills. Call on me it you want a Drill, 111 preli reiuo to buying of n f irangor tiiai ton may never sec again, nnd if the Drill don't prove good, ittt ill cost you ull it is woi tit to gel your money buck. In addition. 1 keen the vert- best makes of Steel Plows, Subsoil Plows, Harrows, Itoud Scrapers, Corn Midlers, Straw Cutters, Clover Hollers, Horn Hakes, Horse Pitchfork, fanning Mills, Sewing Machines, Sugar Evaporators, Cider Mills, Therniom'r Churns, Ci.h r Presses. Thr.'sbincr Machines. of Pitt's C lebrated Manufacture, und in short everything a Farmer needs on his (arm to help him inroiign tvipi ins worn and put money into Ins pocket. I. K'KEPS. I . S. I havo lust received Gibhs A Hro. s Celebrated Cylinder Plow. This is undoubtedly the best plow in this county or any other. It has received the First Premium nt every State mil County Fair w here it has been exhibited, for its good work nnd ra.-y draught. l ull ami see it. no charge lor showing goods. D. KliLFS. Pcrrysburg, August, (lib, 1SC1 fin3. fi. J . 1! L F. C H E It, U K X T I 8 T , Will b nt M "ad's Hotel in Gilead. on (lie 20th of August, und remain until the 4th of September, and in Pirrt sburg at the Exchange from the S!h of rvjiieiimer 10 me zisr, 1 1 j, l'OTICE. Notice is hereby given that tho und l 1 cr.-i"ncd bus been noouiiitoil an iwhnn.i nt' tho pronerty and effects of Geo. II. Krrps, lately engaged iu the business of merchandising in the town of Pcrrysburg, Wood county, Ohio. All cred itors of said Geo. !. Kreps are requested to present ineir claims to the assign -e at rerrvsliurg, Ohio, ns soon as oosil,lc. r. hl't.Mi. As-,il'ico. July S, ibill- Uwin 2j. STIiAVLD. On the 31 day of July, lsill, from tho subscriber, two miles south of Tontogauy, Wood county, Ohio, a pray horse of medium size ; mane ami ml vicliievl lo u dark color j a knot on his liclly about tho ij of a hen's egg: und is about 8 years old. JACOU UALCElt. JH1I7 !, IS61 12it3 it HIGHLY IMPORTANT. G HASH A M n I V A X. o r SPR.Nt) AND SUMMER GOODS I K T "HEAD QUARTERS!" l'ERRYSOURO, OHIO. My stock is uotv and well suleeted aud embraces the best, latest aud cheapest styles of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, ALL GOING, GOLXO G II K A P V OR CASH! CLOTHS, CASsSUlEUE S, VESTIXUS, HATS AND OAPS, All of thu latest tail fury best fabrio. BOOTS AND SHOES, lid CLOTUIXO MADE) TO OttDEU ou short noticu and WARRANT ED TO FIT. A GOOD ASSORTUEXT CV GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS, ttlirays on band. I am receiving tU!s spring tho Urjoet stock of GROCERIES rr brought to this alt, width I tntund h SELL VERT LOW FOR CASK. FLOUBi I keep on hand PEARL MILLS XX FIOUK, which always gives tho very beat satisfaction. COFFEESi Java, Hautoss and Kin. T E At Imperial, Illaclc and Voting Hyson. BUGAItSs Crushod, Ciiflco Fng.ir, Common to Prime, TOBACCOS: All kinds from Twist to the finest Cavendish. In lliort, every tiling usually kept in a wholesale and retail dry goods and grocery store. Tho Highest Market Piieo IX CASH OR TRADE, Taid for produce of all kinds. NOTICE. Persons bringing iu Corn will tuko notice that must be first thoroughly cleaned. Tho Emma Houston" is now receiving grain regularly at the Pcrrysburg Pock. WM. HOUSTON. THE LATEST NEWS. rpUB F I h 8 T UHA.1U AP.ItlVAL at thu Tho JrortlTtliy jooit ;i:i:ti J COMPETITION DKFILD! GOODS FOR TIIE MILLION ! V n . M I L L E H A CO., woojld rsspucifully auutiuncii to ths citizens of rKRRYSUURQ AK1J VICINITY, That Uiuy hav Just ruoolvod direct from New York a large and well select. 'd utsorluiuut of uotv aud CHEAP DRY GOODS 1 yon TUil SPRING AND SUMMER TRADK Comprising all thu luadlug style of 1'auey, St:ih aud Dumeslla Pry Qoodt. NCW BTTXES OP CAPES AND MANTILLAS, Ladies' Goods, HOOP SKI R T S , SHAWLS, HOSIERY, ETC.. ETC., V E Tl T CHEAP Dry Oooda, Groceries, Ready Made Clothing, ITnts nnd Caps, jDof'ls and fhocs, Jlardware, Crockery, Ac., Aud, iu faut, everything usually kept iu a FIRST-CLASS STORE. All of which will bo sold at extraordinary LOW TRICES. Ji7"Notice our Market reports in to day's paper, M'e buy and sell in accordance with the prices giv- en. g-WRcincnihor the place, F. R. Miller & Co., op posite tha I'errysburg Bank Iluildmg. rerrysburg.'Xlay 2d J661. 1 If MEDICINAL. D ON"T W.LW TO PLl.lI i' TIIE l;L00D. D R . VK AVER'S CANKKIt AMl BAIT HIIKt M SVHIT, For the Cure of Canker, Salt Itheum, Ert ,-i 1 his, .Scrofulous I!f cases. Cutaneous l.i options, Sore Pyes, and every kind i f l)isc ise 111 i ling from an Impure statu of the Plood. Tho most -fti;c1lvc Wood I'm Ifirr pf thfl Nini li cnt'i C'c iit'.u ) . It Is the picsci ip't. ii i f 1111 1 ducat, d Phyeb-inn, nnd all who nrc nH'.ict . d with inv of t'oo nb jV'J 11 lined disease, should use it tt itia.iit ih !..y. t-ncU K it is as tb following are i tt -n T 'c ivc'l." .b roiii -t il! , A l.l.ii, I Co., Ohio, Nov. 2rt. 1?00. Mi s-i-j. J.N. II miiis ,i (V,., ( iocinuati, Ohio. K) utbinon: - I d .1,1 it a ibitv ns Weil 1 it pleiisino, to inf .i-m t mm hut Pr." Wenv..r' Svrup 1111 1 C. rale has done lor in", rn t hope that this let ter 111.1v com., ti il,., tioiice of p.V.-ons Mm!! illy nlllicied. Iu ih, tear l' .) 1 uM mt..., l , d '.'.'it'll t.l'rr.or sola:, kin. h-.'d !:. , ;.., ,. 1 ;, I:,v- )js., tt b ich cvl 'iidad until fioni nit knee to mv t'.ct v, as one I .', j'T.'. 1 ( '!'i!;.d r'n I ol.tiio.d'nvdicliii a and 1 1 . .eilpti, t. I.. 01 hi ly nil tl;l. ( !. .j, i,,,M in this viciuiti , Lul ..'o tin I no' relief. S our pp. in at tins pl.ie . Mr. P. 'in 01, 1, ,., mi. 1 n.l'd me to try the Simp and Cel. 1:0, v. :.i h I 1,1 .,mn, ly ;r:d, and inn tio-v a sound nod t . !! 1 1 n ! t th r u.-'o, 'ilh treat uratitud -, I 1 in .in. or' truly. JOHN Vv Ellilt.VI l.ll'l'. Mr. M'eitb nifbt b-ire; 't ti II known ir. ni h nian of Asbl'i'ii!, 111 1 1,01 thii i. iu.it i. at tlwi r. lial".'. Py taking' th ' Syrup in dirrcti .t, :t tt id drite tho di ..uses from tic i n, m. and ttle. 11 once int en !bo hkin, a f 'tv up lie-.itio'i of DR. WK.WI.if.S i l l; T1", (ill OINTMENT, and yon hat c a pi 1 in flu i.t 1 10 . The Cn.it.. has protel i; soli' lo te the !..-, Oint ment i ter invented, mi l ttheto ence used, it I ,tsj never li." 'U knnitu In tall of Hl'd 'int. a p, 1 in m nt cure of old sores, f Per nud rin- v...i 1.,. s. .1 I lo .ol, cbillblains mid ti-. -.-1 bit.-. Inn bei 's i',-'.., 1 !oi;,.e,t or clacked bands or lips, 1!, !el,. .1 1 r p'.u-.pi. s en !,, face. And f -r Sire N 1 , ; . I s and S. re ' I i . t', Cerate i the only thi.e:: 1 '.mm o 0. . rie. li.-ot i ll be kepi in Ihe lion -. ot ot .,. v ...n:i!v, I 'Ho of St i-mi . C. r it . :'.i , . '.ts itcrb. I I t I'iroeti.'ll.t I'cr. 11:; .1 Sold I'V tl i.-.t 111 .liciu" e 't civil b. . tile. ,1! : .1. :v II i;i;is ,v Co., pt,.p.;, 1. 1. r,.,. ti. s.aoi.. cm and cslcrn talc-, C.oc, all orders l.'u t be ad !iv o.I, ii.'.ti, Clue, lo U h' 1,1 Sold whot..,..;. and r.o-iil by Peck A ll-ndl'. n, IVrrt .btirirt Kre.lcHek l;...ii'-. f. I 1 . 1. .11 . - II. i'ut rilt. Mauinee Citt: P. II. Mmht. T. !.!.: I. Moore, St lvaiiin:T. I laidels. Toledo: I . I'. William-, fob do: A. I". .Icioine, New S c-tlietd; A. J.I..11.I licr ,v Co.. t.j..ad. :,i,u. JJ Nl VERSA L l" I N I V E I'S Al, 1 1 " is nit: rii.ti-:: of nii . O. S. IMCIIAI'.DSONS S U E K It V M I N I: lilTTIMtK, TUe Celehrited New Kuel. oi.l lo tn sly f,., tliibitutil t'o;isti,ititi. Jaundice. Pet , r and A., ae, ,,r .l iYLilile, nnd nil otlier liiNea-,"s eii-ie;; tv, 01 a lli-.ii-dere.l Stomach, lat er, or liotvi'ls. They are 11 e l and reeeLiiui oded by liie lecilinj; Phtsicians of the c. nutty, mil all i Im try them .ronounce theni iut abtat'le. D11. .1 am I'.s i i.i:rr.i;i:, ttriies iVo;n n.ivimt". Stark Co., Ohio, "liie Hiilers are hir.l.U' praised by those still'erinn' from indijivsi ion, dt .-iK p-ij and liver comiibi'mt." E. S. D avis, Postmaster nt Wd ian-cpi vt, Ohio, sats, "they tive "treat v oi .fact i. n. 1 use them myself, hat ion- talo n cob I, I itii. pivstvale mid lost nif appetite. It relict ed nie, and I can recom mend il with ".rent n.s in inee of ii- ii eriis." On. W.ti. M. briiii.ol li . rs i'l ,,, I , !., tiiti .. us that they are the 1,1 si taloi.i le uie.lieiae olli led. II." has re. olnmelided 111 -til tl i'ii "l e -! . r.i ee- -. end with them made set era I cires 1 f pall L.Ua.ti ol ilu heart and reueral d. hilitv. 'I'noM.ts Si'AM.i'onii. 1-; Lloimfn i!lc, Kenry Co bid., tt 1 iti's a 1 1 1 1 1 e. let'.cr. i':ek r date of Al.u -J, iMill. He a as inn, li r. due. .1, ha i.iu l r, t. a '.i,.'-; , ,t for Eire.' years ttiih neat m-rt i.nts d.-l.ilii r, ji.ilpi tat ion of the heart of the nie.st severe and pro- '.ratit' cliiiraeler, "alter nine' a few hollies I was com pletely re.-loi ed, nnd aiu mm in robust health." J. V. Ill sr writes from IN lj le s, Alh i" C....O.io, (a section where Pcvcr and A -: 11 pret ail iliat Im most chcrtnll y reiv tnuieiid 1 tb-'in of iKoi-Vd ni 'i it iu all cases of 1 r.t in ami ah it, 1 vm i:i i t, and I.KNKll VI. lUtllll.lTV. 1). K. (Jai t.Aiii.ns, M. D., writ -s from Yait Werl, Ohio, "I 1 ic is I ivspeiii'uli c rei 01. .111.1. 1 t'le Slurry 'ine Hitters lo ihc notice of I) . p, piic pcrji 11s, and to all tt ho re. pore a -tiinul i:ii u: t .seen news wi: ai;i: i;vci:iimi oaii.y. 1 11. 1. iuiti:i'rio.Ns A.i'oMi Asv bv u rinn.i:. Sold by dealer 1 in lucdii ines ;.. 11 rullt . l'lico J. 1 ruts p, 1 bmllc. J. N. 1IAKKIS, t inch, nail, Oico. licncnil Affents for the Southern and A'.'c :crti S.a'.'.s. For sale by Peck o. Ilaniiltuii, Pcrrv. burr, ttbio; F. RiK'siui-r, Freedom; S. 1. Hone-lilon. Ilowliii -Oiveu: II. ilurrett, Mauinee, 0. IL' Miner. Toledo; W. 1). Moore, Stlfiinia: A. II. Jerome, Nen West lield; A. J. tlar.hier Co., Oil, ad. rlto v I. uY mm v'sili 1 1: n i7 ' Jjvt iy Loily li:i it, Every Loi!y itft it, PKRRY DAVES' YKfil'I'AP.I.K PAIN KII.T.KP. Tin: :ki:t fajiilv tii.tuciMi. Taken Internally, it cures .-vot.len Colds, t 'ouelw, &e., Weak Sloin.ieh, (ieiier.il Debility. Nur ii-. Sore Mouth, Canker, Lit er (' .11. plaint.' i vpcp.-U or lndi;:csti Cramp and Pain in the Stu.uub, llowcl Complaint. Painter's Colic, A. -ialic Cl.chra, Diarrhea and Dysentery. Applied Exlcrually, cures Felonfi, Poil 1, and Old Soles, Severe lluuis, Scalds, Coi-, Cruises and Sprains, Siiellinj; of the .bants, ei,.;,. m nnd Teller, Ih'okcll blea-l. I'l ,,t, ,1 1 eel .ill i t 1, lie l.lii;.;, Toothache, I'ain in the F.ue, N. m ule'.i ;:i:d l:!..i: inatisiu. ft i.s a sure Mined,, f,,r.:;ue, and Chid) and bet or. Pain Killer, taken internally, should be minll er uted tvilli milk or water, or nu de into a s . i n;, u n,i molasses. l or a Conb, a few i!i. ; 'en 'su.'i" eaten w ill be me re on'eeir, e th in ant 1 1.!: or 1 e. u Seo printed directions which r Ci i uipany each bottle. W hat sh-'inpT proof can be prom: ! tl.an the fnlhminer letter received, tin olicUcd, lioin bet . V,". It. Jacobs: Newark. N. J., .Tune tt, ls"i'o Jlt:sstts, Puiiiiv ll.wmA So:, - (ieiiliemeu -Allow ine, unsoiieiicii. to sen I von ,i tvonlot ( oii.tnoniie- ti' .ti fur tour Pain K i 1 1 b: family these several years, and !. laid i. nil ii claims o ill my li lie. rot- iiiieiiiii.it' to, t'eiv.lsi, Colds. Fun.-, Cholera tendenci, s and ilillienh le.s. as well as dis eases frcncriilly that pr-'vails in .fnudlics-, I icl', .'.1 the Pain Killer as let ,.ud all p-iie, mid a.i itiii.i cious bet nud any niedii iue within mv 'mh.ii '.. d:' '. W'e keep it as our chief f.n.i.lt mediiice, en ! In.. I its use in ordinary ca.- o,,i;!i n.eie tt ,;:i vA' doctor. The lelilui liv ofi.lluls ; u.,.. .j; ,1V ;.t". iilaint. luces and friend'.-. i..eiic illt fav. r.ible. Many clci-et in ai hat , ,oi;, n i.i' it hi V,.i hi: ie' t b in.s as a family in ".lien . Mi aaiai i. . iu'i epenled iu slanccs have said to me in .i i - n at: i in : I eii b , e. - that the Pain Killer was by far li.e be r "necie;, ,, Used in heathen hinds, and tliev u-e ii forth, 1 1 1 . !i e nnd families, and administer' it m otln i-j nn mi I tliem. 't hus much I t.m inclined to .-,.1 1 r.i an in t of jllslice lo youi dt ,'s, and ;,..i a lj. mefi oi , .li.rs. Vou are at libel fv lo uo tl.is b siamoi,;,.!. i!' ,. sci i ice. ' hi: V. V,'. ,1 ( op--!, ' Law Editor hii.-lian Chro.'.U-io. UK WARM OF AI.I. IMITATIONS! CaI'TIOS.- 'f'lie public Mill be cii.iioiis iiun ii.,. fret the feiiiiiu" Pain K'P r us m me i npi im i le.l men, use that u in f, r ir ,,nu m aihle-s u iu-poiinil.-., iu so doi; w.iv I'eciete li.e c, lei.iiindt , an I infringe upon ihc '"TitAI-J Mai:s" oi'lViiv' Dm is. Oenui'io Perry Paii.-,' Pain Ki'ilir fUl by a'.l I'esoei bible 111 ne.1. i.;.-. Direclions aecnitsinv t aeli bofle. Price 2 ")c otic, i.'ud ?1 . i- b. ttle. J. N. 1iai:i:is A co., Proprietors for the Western and Southern Si.u. -, , I iin i,oi,.i;, O. I or sal", ttho'es.de and i f ,il, l.v Peck ,. Laiu illon. IVi-rysbnr. bred, rick i;,.,;n:', r. I u e,i. l.i: S. L. lioliehlon, L'ctt linjr Oleen: On,!. nil;. Ii, j -- liijf-i i. P. Miner, T, ledo; W, I). M, ,,,.. Siiv.tniaj We.-t 'i riia, 'ioiedo: A. F. .1. lome, N-w Vtes' tield. A. ,1. Ojidn r .V Co., Cilc.nl. L'.'.ito' J E (i I" 1. A I! P A C K E T Pen v. -bur"' and Toledo. The Steat.i 'r-bEILI'," L. C. Lock Master, will make two trips a day betmen pern slnnx ami To do diirinjr lii." i.easuii. The boat mil Ui.to Perry?. bure; at h ('clock, a. in., mi l Z o'clock p. in.- PeiuYit inir, tt ill leave Toledo at It, a. in., .in 1 j;(i,.t p. m. 1 . AU'M.S tilVEN AA f Mr. W in. McKu.i pi.. po,es to .lisposeofhi, l,m,l. ill this conn! y ni a in, rclv in initial price. Hi- will soil ti e sontlt h.ilfot ibeiiordi-we-tiniai-Ur.of scctn n 2!, n tin j, unee li', a'lit.iininir til acres, tor l;t e bundled d Said land baa been thoroughly ditched and diuiucd at an cpcnso i f - 1 a ! He will also e-M the south half of the south-it. .-.t quarter of section J l, low u 0, raiijre II, nt the samo pi ice, Fiuiiire of I. 11. DoUOE, Attouu t ut Law, l-r-rysbuiy, Ohio. Also f..r sale a larjro iiunib".-t' of Town I., (. , 1 ui here aud in the tow u of Millar.. t e, ttiih nnd without improvement,, together wiih sei.i.d tuc.Jdo Farms. 11. J,'. lXiniE. PclT.VsblU Not'. 10, IS.',!). jy "o t I c "kT Notice is le rebv Kiv:i that s-al.-.l pr,iwnls w i'l be received unli! ti e ;iisi il..v ( Aimusr DvU b e' Hie building i f ni',, ii, , 1,1 hu ; ,. j.., 'm w' s.'Iiik.I disuict No. 1J, iuul one in, Id mL,1 ,t;... tnct No. 7. Plans .net kjm i iii .ni,.us ,. , , son at the ollico of ihe t'l.-rk. i f ti.o llard of Vdu canon, Perrt.h.r. A. C. h'. tr, i-o, CL;k. July 3, isa-irt'ifl It).