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NATION'S CAUSE. [From the Christian Freeman.] Coin M yo loved of Freedom's land, And raise your song nf triumph liigti Our stars mi 1 stripes mill proudly wava ' ' 'Amid th splendors of th? sky I , Ko nwrtal hand has power to take The smallest light from heaven's blue arch, Ko mare can traitors' han I bring dnn n The banner of our Freedom's march I Com", nil Te friend of Freedom's em", Proclaim its power throughout fh.' wnrlJj Oppression stars In darkness s.-t Where'er our banner I unfurled. Then spread it f.d Is to every brer, From Greenland's loo to Afrir's nn 1s lis stars of hope shnll nut bo diiiuii" I Till Freedom reign through nil t!e land.i. Coui ve oppressed of for-ipi dim, . And join the hour of Freed aii'i binds Fenr nd, though war's deep thun lers msr, And soun I i" terror through our Imd. An nature's nir by heal nppres:vt, U pnrille.l by tli Storm King's pn.Tr, Eo Freedom' can ic nvist be sustain I, Though clouds of b vtlb darkly lower. Com", chil Ircn of our Sovereign l.nr.1, Unil'J sing sweet Freedom's pong. And a It fills tlio enrth, We'll own that prals? ti On I beWflS. 'Twin (lo t who gui 1 "1 Freedom "tar Through cusl-rn worlds of d.trl'.ness deep, An l ha will guard it onward eoiirs.i When we shall wish our father sleep. The Countryman and his Wife. A r.iiititiyintti mid h'w wife having li-ul Konio Wnr.ln.tllL' 111:111 pt'ileeslc.l lie XVullM I'C revotrjjeil of ln-r. 'Why, xvhat will y.m l?' hn :vid. 'lv.,' ici.IUmI lie, 'why, I'll n in!" Jlio rr cliiivil iiii.l drown myself in tin' 1'"" I.' '-Ay, il l.' Ksii'l lii wile, 'aii.l Ml K' v.-i:h Ton t.i see it (lone Tliov li.illi xvent, ami (lie mnn inn to (Vie potnl as tlioifrb lio wnnl.l jump in. 1ml '"!'- j.i'.l xvlien lie runic t- l!i' Hi.K' '. it. W Avil'o nj.Ul-.ii.li'.l, railed U ni a . on ai d. rn.tin nn.l viil'.an, ir.i.l said u'.ia knew lie !ia I not the lie;irt to c!n it. The man took anolher run. mid R!o;led fliort, n- l-eloiv; and his wife eonliimetl to nlmso him. At I 1 1 ; v hi- lol I In r. he reaMy i.a.l not the heart to drown hini'i'H'; Iml il would lie hi Inn 1 h"!i;nd h,n with her pal-tei-H, wllii h we'll I iivveit hi.l ..:Ivhmv 1 ' i lit'o hy nwiinniin, mid l'tili him in, rhe milit', for he wua weary of her ill t.viipLT. 'Ay, yon io;ue, t!iai I will,' says nh, Siie :ieeor.liii;j;ly lie ! bin hand helinid liim find he went to I lie. Bide of the .oud. 'Now," hav.i the in in. Make a loii run. and .nsh mo n ;;oo.l way into the wa'.er, that I la iv kooii he out of my ininerv.' ' v, ay. yon ro;;iie,' rejdied ha wife. 'I'll jMisli'voii far enoi'i,h in. I'll waiinnl you.' The in in id mi I clone hy llie .oiid, with lii:i lark towards ln-r, an I .he went Home distance from him, and then came riliniili towards him. thai she nii:;!il oin!i him in w.tll violence; but as she came iii . him, lie Hteiie I aside, and hlie fell lloiinee hit llie water. S!io called to han to h h 'r oul. 1ml he r ihuly replie I, '.v.m tn iy than'.; yourself il. is not iii my power to help you out, for you have tied inv hands.' Moral: he.it'a to a seol ltnn' wife. The Countryman and his Wife. The Test of a Gentleman. Tlie t'oihearin;; use ol power doeis not only foi in n toiK'iistone; even the manner in which an individual enjoys eerl ii-i u Ivaul nit'ft over otliers is u leu!. Tiio power which Hie husband hai over his wd'- in which wo must include the impunity with which he may he unkind to her the lather over his eli il ireu.t lie teacher over his pupils, the, old over Hie yoitn;:, an 1 the youn,: over the a:;ed, the slron r; over (lie weals, Hie of ficer over his men, the master over a vessel over his hai'ds, the iua;istiato over the t'iti.'.eu, the employer over Ine employed, the e l:;e ated ovcr'tfle unlettered, thu ex perienced over the eonli . the keeper of a Hocret over whom it touch. ' i, the irifled oxer the ordinary men even the clever over the silly the fo: heariny; and inoU'eu nivo use of sill this power i r au'.lmrty, or a total abstinence from it, where the ea c ivl inits it, xvill show the (ren'lcman in a p ain liht. Kxery traveler knows at once xvli 'lh or a entlein'auly or rude olVteer is search wt, Ilia trunk. No gentleman eau boast of the il.dip;hls of superior health in the presence of a languid patient, or npeak of piod Iuca xvithin hearing of a man bent by hib;lM,il lu-sfvirlune. I.el a man who happily eii o Hie advantages of a pure aid honest hie, Fpeak of it to a fallen criminal fellow-!. .'in,:, and you will soon see whether he he, i i a I dition to his honesty, a p'litlemaii or tint. The pentlem.m does Hot needlessly aad liaeeaslic'ly ieaiiii.1 an olVender of a xvr a he may' have eouiiuit ted a.;ain-;t him; he c in not oiilv forgive ho can forget; and 1 strives for that nobleness of M'll and liiildi'e.-s of character xvhich impaita Millieie' utrenrtli to let the past he truly the past. He xvill never use tho power xvhich the kitowh'd,.;e of an olfense. a false slop, of a'l liilfortunale exposure of xveakne.ss fjives hitn, merely to enjoy the power of huni.lia- v his lieiehhiir. A tine man of honor feelrt humble I himself when ho cannot help humid. 11;; olliers. i One of Prentice's Best. Our neinhhor Hob McKco, the uy snnrt editor of tlie Louisville ('nurirr, as noun as lie learned the result of Monday 'a 1 1 vt on, Bt.u'ted idl upon a liehii excursion. hen thetweKe dihciples xvcre in ;reat trouble and perplexity as to what they hlumld or could do next, fmou I'elc:-, with lii s 1; ml facility of resource, nuid, " i l;o a li.-.hn. '," and II. h sai l t o too. lie xv as s appaVc l,y the pooiilai' vote that heat once bound" li'om pod to pole. Fin t'ne.t in p.ditical coulliet lie was out of hi chiie-ut, lie w.!:t to nee xvhether he eon! hi't haul a few pil.e, Vass, and cattish out of 1 heirs. Ileal. :,i that he could no Ion ter cheat the pcop!c,ho lowi'i e 1 his pi etcii.i'.oiis ma1, ri. illy and ir, (Ui'took to relri. ve his scll-.v.tccm by fo in;; the poor and KUiiple lis'ivs. I'tnlde I lead voters by the nose, he lii.m.ht xvoul 1 trv Mi'.l tishc.i Lv the lio. I!;s pres. enf cuiphiy metit is dcciuc lly of the two, and we hop:.- he hills and iiioiiotains to scab-, liy lidiea. It is highly pro1 liunv viet'.mi w.ll swailow bo xy .11 i .s s li.ixe 1 and a -'lO'l in . ili'e I ii.it his l.is ! i I min re.idilv thaahis lea 1,'is have su.illoAe i 6h-teiin:as. We protest against his usii liela ; let him take his lish as his S 1 1 1 : 1 friends took their forts, uien;,l, iii i;ts an rex'L'iiu.i cutters by liooUlu them. We t oniuieiid liim to the lishia , rod, and commend the rod to hhii. fur we know 110 editor that inure vl 'S 'rven it , .1. -ervi move of it. In case he drops a l:ne to a pike just to tell him lie would like to 11:111 to dluiicr, he iii. iv, if l.ia li i ior-i good, drop us a lino of l.ke iiiipoi !. 1:', uny t ine, the .p'.ws'ioii shall be heth. shall 1 mil a hi;.: huh out, or a lc' li.-h i.ha'l il lam in, lnuh partu s xvill pleas.' rem. lCl ! that xve are a suicr ti.utrihtx m in. lie bhall Kut into the river an 1 be devoured by tho inhabitant of the Hood, we Impo will aree with them letter than helm ever agreed xviili any pa'u i.i;lc parly. jircsunie, however, there is i;o d 11er of urowniiiir, ilio there id 110 tnnh in old ada ges. If iio does not I'cpi lit of his kins amid tho calm and ipiiet bcciu s of iiatine, vornt we can have the heart to xvis'u him that tho inns piitoes, ticks, hi:i !-H'.o cross do,H uray liite, and the lishea not. Ideaso reiuc:u.er, dear Huh, in till your cxiiericnciu, that tiio dovil is tho of liHUcrmeu, and that you are his IJ.ib. nm 1 - mi CvTho number of convicts in tho PouiU'iit.ary is about 10UU. Accessiuim fch rau ui coutuiiuliy urriviu. SHERIFF SALES, &C. s o t i I 1 lie 'v i- ! e jr .11 J we of N tine sec a.v at rhe ,o- If he We lea the is and And Hidi ng chief Ohio to y II K II l"r F ' S H A I. 1 i I.. C. INrkdiill vn. rmiiliu At. Cbsner. Tty virtue of mi order of pule to me directed p.n.1 d 'liver.-1 from llie court of common plop of Wood comity, Ohio, in the above cine, I pbpll otf.T for P ile p't the d.mr of the court lioiipo, in I'orrypbiirp, Wood c.nin'v, Ohio, on Thnrs biv, Anpiipt 2J, ISftl. nt 2 o'clock, p. in. of p lid biy, the following Ihii.U and teiiemenlp, pp the property of Plil d 'f !! dant. to wit: the weet hall of the north-wepf. qnprlcr i.f the north-enst .ninrtiTrf p -i'tioti 1.1, town i, r.inrc 12, containing 2! nerep ! mil thu north-i-ntd ipurli of tin north-w.'Ht ipiarli't pamo n.'rlii.n, town nn.l ranjre; ami pppi licd at (1. K tit' VI-; II, ,1a. Mciiha v, uM'v. hdierifT. July 22, IStll-l2w.V?.1 31. s II E It I F F S S A t. i; . C'tnrl-P Lfavitl v.. Jobn MrMillm. Ht vir tue of nn or I. r of pale to in ' ilir.'( l"d pnd delivered lVtn 'he court of Celnai-.n pleii of Wood e initv. " li ., in the nbove ca.ie, I ph.ill otf-r for ilc i.'i : '..or of llie court hou-', la l'Lriyliiir(t. We ......I,'.-. '-ii '. "! i mi: 1 I , AiiKii.it 22, IM, at 2 o'eln.-k p. in. i.l' pai I .ley, the following Isndp ari l t ai 'lu 'ills, in the property of paid dcfcn lant to wit: the not -ili-weit qtiiirler of Hection 27, town Mo. J north of rauiro No. 11 omt iipprai'd at $. U. K. (ICVICH, BhorifT. .!p. Mriir.PV, ntt'y. July 22, l8.ll-12i'v.'.J1 14. s IIEKII I 'rt HAW.. John Beard vp Henry 11 (lonelier el nt. Py virlue of nn order of'palo I nue 1 in the nbove eape by the clerk of the court of common plenp in Wood "ii.un'v, (Ihio, nil I to in directed nnd deliver ed, I will olf -r for p ile nt public vendue nt the door of the court home in lVrrvs'nirir in ti I county, on S.iturd iy. Autri'wt 2lih, isi',1, at one o'clock p. m. of paid day, the follow ijy de u rib'd lamN nnd tenement", 1 -wit i the n rl'i east ipnrter of pert Ion thirty-one, town number three, north of r.iRie number 1 1 eait : bIki the i.iiilh hull of the poiilh cn.it (luarter of pection thirty, in town and ranc.) aroii-.ial I i Bpi.ralie.l at I Ofio. U. 12. UUVIdl, Sheri.T. K. Ibiowv, ntlr. July 22, I .sill-. IIiriM .11. s Mll'lLIlT' SAI.K. John 11 Horn vp I) A Smith el. nl. Ty vir.ue of a l i I'u ja Ixern -nt to in . directed and delivered from the court of com m .11 pleas of Wiwi I county, Ohio, I Khali oiler for s lie ill llie door ol the coiiri lion i in IVrrv.shiirjr in paid c.iniijv, on Tliurslav. Aiui'ii.sl 2JI, M'i I. it 1 oYloi k p, in. of K.ii.l .1 i v, a tract or pared of Inn 1 taken from the notch west corner of the north we.-t ii.irer ol' H-eliori ci.tiilier 17, ton il number I north ol' r.uiL'e iiomo r 10 ci .t, h (iiiminif nt the s aiili w eil iMi'ii'T ol' -i.iid n i I -1 - a west Uarl'-r, thence iiorlh mi the section line to a I'liunly mid i thence eileilv i. lorir Hii l roi l to u point where n line di i'.vii vmth an I parallel v. i'ti the wi st line of paid s e;i n in the cn;.r, will include I'l a en .s : uppr.iis- i nt tin i. i. i;. tirvi;i:, .shcriir. Imn ir ,V T I. !ii, nt'v.s. Inly 22d, l.'if.l- (1.'). s n;;i;n T'.-i i-'.At.K. II "irv (' Lawrence vs J It Mere ct nl. !' 1 iii .1' a I-i fa ju h'iii ait to ine directed 111 I delivered from the court of eoiiini hi plenp ol Woo I coiinl v, ( Ihio, I sli all oiler lor pale at the door of tin' court lions- in Pi ti'i .shiirir. in said ciiunty,cin Thui.i lay, Aujiusl a.'d, I Mil I, at 1 o'clock p. 111. ol1 nail day, llie west half of the north west ipiaiter of ihe north east ipi irter i f scc- lion t;nrl -tl.ree 1 .1.1), tow 11 llilllili. r li U Ttll ol ranjte iniiiihiT I V vast, foiiiaiiiiiur 2'l ncr 's : upprain'.l a 2 in. ti. 1;. Klt.hlicrill. Honor. ,( Tvi.nn, ntl'vs. July 22, I.HU-.2w.'rifl,). viimnips sAi.ic. Howe Si Ilrowii vs Mcl'.i 1 len ,t S ilibury. liy virlue of 1111 or ler of p ile issued in the above i"is- Iiv the clerk of tlie cmul ol eoiiini ill ideas Woo I ci unit v, I lliio, an I to 111 die 'el 'il an I d. liv- re I. I Hill oiler for ml ' nt public von. In nl (he lour of tlie rourl house in the tonti of lVrrr.ibiir, Wood count v. Ohio, on Saturday, Ani'iist 2bh, Isnl, h-two'ii the hours of li 11. 111. nn.l 2 11. 111. of that d iv, the following describe I lands and property.ta wii: 111" w el hub' of llie soldi cn.sl ou.ii . r an I the north east 11. 1 in -r of the south west 011. trier of sec tion seven, of township four ( I) north of r oute east, eoul lining I2il acres of I. in I: also, the uorth w ipi liter o s-ciion 17, Hiime tow n nnd ranee, I iio tier. 1: also lot number .sit in the tow n of I'or I isje, Won 1 eoiiiily, Ohio. (i. 10. (il VI I!, S. .li:i-KnisoN, 'iil'v. Hiierid'. .1 nl v 22, IS '.I - U'l'vAM 2. s II K It I V V ' S S A I, Il Pclos II. Wells. jdainlilV vs. Austin Van I'dar cum et al defendants. l!y virtu" of an or.t'r of sale isstcd in the nbove cause by the clerk of llie court of common pleas Wood i iaiiilv, Ohio, and to in ' directed an I deliv ered, I w ill oiler for sale at public vendue nt the door of the court, house in tho town of 1'i'rrysbiirjr, Wood entiii'v, Ohio, 011 Saturday .xneaist "list, 1SH1, between the bourn of III o'clock n. la. and 2 o'clock p. ni. of (hit div, th" followiin; Ian Is mil tene ments, to-w il: The n nth-west '4 of the wulli-w es fractional 'i of "clion nunib'T I'.', township iiiiin ler I, north of r.mu" niinilier II eat,in Wood t'o., Ohio, eoni lining M 77-100 ucresol' 1 m l. Apprais ed at 5 .an. li. K. ULVKU, ShcriU-. Iiiiiiun ,V Tvi.nt, iOt s. Au,;. I, lSll--l:lw;i.t He. s ii i: n i ! v s A I, K I.ii 'iui ,V Ni eeri, c' m1 v". Cvrenus tlooilcll et lly virlue of .11 or !"r of sal ' issued in the nhove cense by the clerk of tlie court of common pleas Wooit eoiiutv. Ohio, nnd to in" directed and de livered, I will oiler for sale at 1'ublie Vcndun at door of the eoun house in tho town of Porrysburj;, Wood c.niulv, Ohio, on Siturd.iy An-'iist ."list, IS'.I, between the hours of 10 o'elork . in. and 2 o'clock p. m. of tli it dav tin' following described lauds and tenein a. Is, to -wit: The norih-cast .,' of sei'lioli liiilil- ber 2S, town diip number ft. north of ranp- iiiiiulier I.' cas'. in X oo.l county, Ulno, nn.l llie norm j, the south-east 't of same section, town mi l rain;e. tl. li. liL VKIt, Sherilf. J imks Mt'itn w, allv. An-. I' I Hi! I - l:tw;.i:) ts s MIKKIFK'sh SALll. Itati A Miller, ii.bn'r vs. .Tames A. Spnffanl. lly virtue of nn order of sale issued in the nlmve cause by the clerk of the ronrt of ccininon jdeas Wood county, Ohio, and to me directed inn1 deliver ed, I w ill olV'T lor sale at public vendue at the door of tlie court house in IVrrynburjj, W.iod cmuily Ohio, on Saturday Wost ?,lst, ISfil, between (he hours of M , clock n. in. and a p. m. s i, cl iy, trie lollowp'jr lanos nn l ten. ineiits, io-w Tl;e undivided 1 . of in lol iiiiuib. r 7112, in ti"' tow f IVirvshiirr. Wc.ul ceimlr, Ohio, with the im pmvem n'.s tocr eon. l!. 11. til I'li, Sherilf. .1 mks Mi iiuvv. attr. Am-. I, I :t ec-d i: s llVIRIFr'S S A 1.11. .1 llll-s H.lllie:! s. Cirenns Coedell. I!v xir'u of an or I- r of b ile issued in the above e ins.' l.y th- clc: k of the curl i f common pi '.is j iVo. t co. re v. Oi.io, an I to in .brceleit .in I tldiv.r ! e I, I ill oil r for sale at public ven ht" at the d"i j a llie court house in Fern sbarg, 'nod coieity, : Oico, on Sitni lav ,u rust III t, lsrtl, j li 'tw een the tiour of 10 o'clock a. in. end 2 p. I thai l.v. llie I'.IV'.i log lulls tenein nii. t.i-wil: I Tli" west 1 j ol the miii'Ii '.l-.t 1 4 of M'l'ti n 2s, town I'!. riiive I": eii'l ihe north eist ' . 'of same section. I Ion ii an l r nte, nil in Wood . "iii.i v, Ohio, eoul ing 2 IH ncr.'sof l in t. li. II. lil V Lit, Slierid'. I ,1 ai:s .xit'MHA v. allv. An-. I, lv',1 l.lwef l :;o. II E R 1 F F S A L E i I Il Mre I Saii'b. l'lld'.. vs. William H. Trees au 1 oi hers, delen'ts. ,y o.llv' oi tin Mi'ii'i i'l s,ne i-sui'.i iiiiue iiiiiiir cise bv te i lei U o' the court of common pi '.is W. ...I coiiniv, Ohio, and to ni" diix etc I and deliver- . I, I w ill oil' r for sale ul pu' lie en lue at ihe d i, . . .... i .. . . .1 . i .i... .1. ol lue court house, m the mwiiol I rrysburg, X ci uittv, Ohio, on Siturliy, Augiut .'list, lsf.l, Ii. 'tween the h. ma id 10 a. in. and 2 p. in. of dav. the follow in;; lands and teiiein-uls to wit: C .nun 'living six ix.ds and thlee feet s .i:lh of rei west coinerot the s .uih-casi , nt sect on , tow :is!.ii No. ft l.i. l ib i f range No. II ci t. Wiml cuoly, Oiiin; thence I iiuiiiug e. cist t't r-.'s; ' west Li lo nf b gimiii'g, : R, S hen tin nee n hum 11 ro ts and il teet: thenci the n li'u l! mis and it feet Mthc id ic Aii.r.tis.-. at 1 !.! l,:l:l. 1. L. til' V Fnii.ii: - Tv t.t it. a.na. Au. I, ISi'.l- Uwev l '.)'.. s II E R IFF' S S A L E Jolm Watcrlniry, pl.iniill' vs. Leonard Snyder, len lent.. Fy virtue of nn or I r of sale 1-sne ! in the ease by ihe Clerk nf the Court "I Cnir.mou Fleas Wisid coiiniv, O.iio, an I to me directed and cred, 1 xv ill nil' r f r s lie at public vendue ut d.mr of the, Court House ia Perry sburg, county, Ohio, tin Saturday, August 31st, ISitl, between the bonis nf M a, in. an I 2 p. in. nf lav, the follow ing d 'seiibcd I in Is und teneini towil: The north h ill' of tlio liorth-wst i; of lion nuiuli.'r :t:l, tow nship No. 0, north nf r.uwe U eaai, la i una county I'lo.i. Api.r.iipe.l at f O. E, Ub i tit, tin ii Dunox & Tvi.ih, attvs. Am;.l, ii6l.-liii3ii MEDICINAL. I ol 10 of al. of ol of of it: n of I in. lin t laic ' of! s r I ... ood that the .,. in I ls; 1 I if.' I de- j above i of delix-i Ihe j Wood j th::t ' l.ts, set-, No. ' luo. J'. V LI L V fl'TTIl" -S f ' HorvousHeadacha Headache. I!v the nn of th"!e, periodie nllark of Nenyal of, Sick lleailaclie may lie prevent,!: and if taken nt the ccnmlenccm -nt. iif nn nltai k inun edi.ilu rclitf from pain nn.l siekn "fs will be obtained. They H'ddom fail in r' liuvinff the N',nu? nnd lleada'clie hi w Inch female nrj co Miibject. They net gently upon tho bowuN, removing Oo!iven"M. Tor Literary Men. Student, Pelicntc. Femnland nil per.vin ol 'd - leiit iry habits, they are valuable an n Laxative, improving the nppetit", livinjf tone nnd viKor to the ilitfesiiro oraiiK, nnd rest orinp the natural cl.xslicily nnd strength of Ihu wholu Hyu- ' The ri'l'IIALIO TILLS nrs the rult i f loiiR investigation and carefully conducted fxperiinents, havititf be en in im" iiianv years, during wliich lime tlin have pr-vented and relieved 11 vast iiinoiuit of pain nn I sul'ferin),' from ll-adaehe, whether oripi iialinr in tha nervous system or I'rutu a deranged state of tlie Kioto ich. They tiij nilir-iy veietible in tlcir camponilion, t'r! 111 ty b 'tak 'H iit nil tim with perfect safety w ithiait in ikinp any chance of dh t, and the abs 'nee ( f any du,ij:ro enble" taste ren ler it easy to adininis ler tlinii to rhil li"'ii. miWAUIC OK COrXTKM'KITSst Th" (r"iiiihie hare five hipiaturcs of If enry C Spahliinf 011 each Hos. ts.il I liy J)rujr,si.'ils nn'i an ntner uoiuen n .him iein. . A Hos w ill be ent br mail prepaid on rrecip"t of tho MUCK 2.i CFA'Tet. All or.lars uliculd b" ad lr.sed to IlKMtV ". rU'ALPIN'?. H Ciaiaii Si Kiavr, Ni; Voiut. ' Thod if 1 li.i.fbt. In Mm Srmt - j o ' --a-- " l smtant nr.ui;rl ftoi- vorit corun I rrr.irv voint iuikxtm I KltTKNliTilr.N vnrti voice I s r A li I) I N G 'S T h r at Confections Ann lionn for rLiinovMr.N', oooi) kou Liirri:i!i:its, GOOD FOR IM libit' SI'ICAKFR?, (lOOl) FOR SINtillltS, HOOD FOR CONSVMrTlVF.S. IIRNTI.r.HRS' CARtiV STALDlNfi'S TlillOAT C0.NFF.CT10NS. LA1MKS Al'.E llia.Kll THIl WITH SrALDINO'S TlillOAT CONLT.C TIONS. cmi.msEN ciiY roil SPALDLNvVS TlillOAT COM-ECTIO.NS They relieve a fundi instantly. They clear the Throat. They pve strength and volume to the voice. They impart a dclicii us nroma to the breath. They are ildiditful to tho taste. They are made of simple herbs and cannot harm any one. I advise every one who has n. Condi or Husky Voice or a 11 id llrealh.or any iliiiieiill v of Ihe Throat to i,'et a pacUiip' of my Thro.it Caifections, tliey will relieve you instatiMv, and you w ill nree w illi in- that "they Co rijrht to the spot." You wilftin 1 them very useful and pleasant while trarelliop it iitlendinit public nu'etinps for stillinjr yrair rough or nihil iii)f your thirst. If you try in- package I think I inn sa'e in siyio that ever afterwards con sider them in liipensihle. You w ill rim! them nt tlie Irii!)!ists and Dealers in Medicines. l'RICi: T WI-NT Y FIVK CF.NTS. My sie;'iat'ire is on each pack.ij,v. All ethers are counterfeit. A p ti'kK ill be sent by mail, prepaid, on re ceipt of Thirty Cents. Address, HKNRY f. SrVUTMNO. No. 4s t'KDA R STRKKT, NKW-YORK. The follow ing endorsements of SPALDiNfrS CEPHALIC PILLS, will convince nil who suiter from HEADACnK that a SPEEDY AND SHURE CURE IS WITHIN TI1FIB RKACH. ,trti TiflmnninUrrrriinnnlicitnhi Mr, SrAt.TUNO, oj'thi truly Mfii'Utijif ii'ieowry. Masunvillk, Conn., VVb. 5, ISSl. Mu. fammno. Sir: I have trie 1 vour Ceidialie Pills, nnd T like them so well that t want you to send IIM two dollars w'orlti in .re. Part of these are for the noidiliors, to whem gave a few out of the first Ihi.x I got from you. Send tho Pill l mail, and oblige Your oh't Servant, Jamks KrNNi:ir. the AViiih oirr, .YoriA", 111. Ccphalio Pills nccciuplish the object for which they w ere ina.le, via forius. I'll iv of hea.i.u-ho in all its From tie .'riimocr, .Yor)o.-, Fin. They have been tested in nioro than a thousand cases, with entire success. Voel tf ,aheriit, A. ( eee, .Vool, If vou are or have been troubled w ith tlie bead ache, send ler a box, (t eplialic fills,) 1,0 that vou uiajl ii.ii u iiieiu in case oi au aii.ua. rromthr .t 'r rti. r, Vdii'i'Hiv, ,'. . The Cephabc Fills are said to be a remarkably cll' ciive rem. dv fertile h-a I u lie, an I one of the very best for thai very fre.pti-ut compl.iint which h is ever li. en iiisc.vere.t. Vow thr IF, With I!. ,'. (i'.i; o, (ViiV.i.i, ,', We he irtily en loise Mr. Spalding, am! l-.is unriv alled Cephalic Tills. Vein fV ,X'. nit'trrn lithjiml r. A, ir Orhann, J.i, Try them! vou that are allliet"d, nnd we are sure tint our test;m uiev cm Ik- a I I 'd t Ih" already nniiier, in list ili.it has reivivcd ben . fits that no i,(h- it medicine cm produce. V.oh thr (itrtt". lo'THl-onf, I,, ten. Mr. Sp.il ' would nut connect his n nue w ith mi article he did not know In possess real merit. 'i)a th' Cowee rviitl, t'l'iieiaiifili, 0it, ring huinaiiiiy can now la' relieved. Soil single bottle of SllALDINtFS PREPA RFD i T : t;n i hAN 0 teU SPA LDl NO'S tunes its cost annually ..jX PUia'AUED GLUE ! PIIEPARED fiLUE ! PR K PAR ED (il.UE! SPALDING'S SPALDING'S SAVE ECONOMY I THE PIECES! 11SPATC1! I A Svireu is Tivk Savks Nine." Ase le.lllihei' i lents will happen, rven in well r. f ul ite.l il i.i veiv desirable o have setn cheap and Convenient xay ler r. p.nr.ng furniture, li.vs, ( iocl.erv,c. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLl'E ncets all such emergencies, and no b aiseliol 1 can iiu' id t. ho w ithout it. It is always raady, mi l up tu the stickin." point. . " USEKL'L IN l'.Vl'.RY HOl'SE." N. R. A Itrush ttecniiiianicse:ieh Pottle. Price, ;J cviils. A.titlVks, III NRV C. SFAFI.DINO. No. 4s tvdar Siivtt, New V.ak CAUIP N. As certain unprincipled persons nrs attempting to p ibn nil' nn ihe uu-ii lie. ticg public, imitations of my I'Kcl'Alil D til. I t., I unuhl caution all vr koiis to exaiuiiio be.clv putcli.lsiiij; aud Sev tiiat tho full name, .rirSI'Al'fDlNO'S PREPARED (iI.rE..VJ lit on the out ido tapper all others ar wiullii.; ouutrfiu. MISCELLANEOUS. J JOWARI) ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA. A Renevotent Inntitution established by ppecinl en lowment. for f Iio telitf of the nick nnd (listreMcd, nlllictcd with Virub'tit nnd Fpidcmic (liscimeii, and especially for tho euro of diseanca of the Sexual Or Kio. Medical n.lviee given pratii, by tin Artirijr Sur. peon, to nil m apply by letter, with ft diseripticn ol their con liiion, (ajic, i ccupation, laibils ol life, Ac.,) nn I in cases of cxtreinu poverty, Medicines furnished free of thiirie. Valuable report on Spermatorrhipn, nnd other iliseaxi.' of the Sexual Organs, and on the new rem cdien emiiloyed in the Dispensary, sent to the nllbct ed in sealed letter invclnpcn, free of charge. Two or three nbtnip for t""'t ice w ill be nereptahle. Address Dlt. J. SKILLIN IIOl tUITON". Actiep Siirifooii Howard Association, No. 2 south IHIi street, Phil idolphla, ln. Ilv or ler of the Directors. tillO. l'AIRCIIILli, Sernt irv. Jan. 1,'tll. KZRA D. HKAt WELL, President. JJtlTlTIO.V FOR PARTITION. William Ihirk, Marinh llnrk, John ttithiiwtiy, f athiirine II ithawnv. JonatliHti Crays, Nathaniel J frays, Marjcarct M ('ravn, S.imiiid Crays. Lorinda frays, John Anrbraon. farri-t Anderson, Ulir.'.bcth Anderson, (I .orjfe Anderson and (Htharine frays, will take notice that petition xviis tiled niraihst them on thu 12th day of .Inly, 1f,, In the court of common pleas, w ith'in nn I for Ihe county of Wood, nnd State of Ohio, bv John P Roll nnd'.Marv Ann Hell, and la now pending, w herein sai.l John P Hell and Mary Ann Hell demand partition of the follow iti)f real estate situale in Wood comity nnd State of Ohio, to-w it: The south part of thesnuih-west quar ter of Hection number nine ( 0) town nuinocr live (a) north of ranjte number twelve (12) cast, containing ninety (I'll) neres more or less t nlso tho follow ing, situatu in said comity mid slatet being a part of in Sontli-wcst part of the south-west oil irt-.T of sec tion nine (tl) town five. (5) north of range twelve (12 I east, bounded as followm commencing nt tho soulh west corner post of the last described land; t'lenco ncit'i along naid land to ti c conter of I'olage River j ttience down tho sail il.cr to the vast line ; thence south nlong said line, to tiie place of beginning, b.dn nil that part of land lying south of said river, containing three and n hall ( lit,) neres mora or less nnd that, nt Ihe next term of said court, Ihe John P Hell and Mary An'i Hell will apply for an order (tint partition mar be ma le or said premises. JOHN P. HFLL, MARY ANN HELL. Pv Pktkii Pm.i,. their atfy. July 12, I Hill I lwO.57 (li. ' tOl'RT OF COMMON PLEAS, WOOD CO., V. OHIO. Laura II. Smith et al vs. f has. V, Warren et nl C.in i" of F.j rtiii"i:t. No'iee is hereliy iven ti n. Waller f irey, minor heir a! law of Waller far. y, il-eM, rrsi lence in the star' of Michigan unknown, that at the May Im of said eour', A. I). s',l, t t,e sni'treslinn' of the deal h of s lid Walter Carry .one deft ml t in s aid e iu.se then therein p "iiding, it w is r I. r-'d that the legal represent Hives of m ti l Walter Carey, il-c'd, he nude nirli-'s deTen lants in and untitled of the rui tare im l p' tid'-tiey of said e mse : that unions nail! (Jen. Walter Carov come nnd answer in sai I cuise of cjectin nt pending us af n-'f aid against liim bv III- 2'.Hh of Oefib-r, IS11, neccor lin to law nt O'-t. term ol snd court, 1M.I, plainlills hail have such proceedin-H therein aa i ju Igiueiit against him in III.' I uv requires, to take Ml s n l cause. L .r it a II. Smith cl nl. (!r.o. Stii ai v. ntt v. July 21st. isil --'l2r,.f lJS. J EOAL NOTICE. Il'iiinali C. Ostram, pi .intiff, xs. II etirj- J. Ostram, ilefeu I. int. Wood County Ohio: Ciatrt of Common Pleas; Peti tion for Divorce. The ilefen lanl, II -nrv .1. Oslr.lin, will take notice that the pi lintilj'. II inn ih f . O: trnm, on the 27th lay of July, IHiil, tiled in saiit court li"r petition lor a divorce from him, nn l to lv restored to her maiden name of Porter, an 1 for iibm "ny, alledging for cans" gross ivdcct of duty, an 1 that said peti tion will be f. r li' iil icg at ti e October term of said court, a d isa.1. HANNAH C. OSTIUM. lly S, .1 Ki-'KPissos, her allv. July 27, 1st! I - l.hvl-.j:;! 4.' 1) ITCH NOTICE. N itiee is hereby given thnt n petition lias been tiled in this cMiee or ivi ig for the establishing; and constructing of a dilch beginning ten feet west of north ipiarier post section 8, town 4 north, range 1 1 isi : tiieneo south an. I naial cl with l ie on irter section line to intersect a swail about M rods from the soulli line of said section: theticu down sai, I swail tu tlie mhl lie brinch of Portage river. And that said petition w ill be for hearing on the 1 7th of Sept. mher next. ADDISON S.ulTll.Aud. Auditor s Oiliee, x ood county, O. Perryshitrg, August Ulh, IH i'l lfiwl. I) ITCH NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that n petition ban been filed in ibis ntlice praying lor the est ihliahitig mi l nstrucliiig of a ditch b. ginning eighty rods wes: of the soutii-east corner of section 14, Montgomery township : thence north one Hide to tne (Ir. eiisiiurg and Fret port road; thence west along said road un til it crosses the Rollersvillc and Fr s'ii. rt road th- iire north-westerly iiiiout two hundred rods : thence west to the h..lf section line of s-ction ten. thenco north along said line to the north line ol section ten : thenco weit about eighty rods along H.iid line; thence north-westerly to the west ipiartei post of section It i thence north on the section line to the Rollcrsville nnd Pert ige road : thence north easterly through sections 27 an I 22, Freedom tow li mp : terminating nt ttie l ort ige river s nnd that said petition w ill la for hearing on the IHth day ol September next. ADIMSUN SM 1 1 II, Auditor. Auditor's Ollico, M'ood county, (I. Perry sburg, August Uth, lHiil 15w4. ITCH NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that a petition bas been tiled ill this oiliee nravinir for the est iblishint- and constructing of it ditch beginning at Portage river, at tlie place w here Hull or r Inkcrcrcck empties into tho Portage near the north section line of section 10; thence soui h in the channel of Hull i-r Pinker creek through see;ions 10, !.', Ill, 21, 2, 2'.l, 32 and :t 1 of town 4 north range 1 1 east; also through sec tion 4 to the south lino of said section, tow nship !l north range 11 east and there to terminate. Also, an arm commencing in the bed of the above ditch, drain or water-course, aliout the center of the north east ipi irter of seriinn ;t2, at the place where ii ra vine comes in from the south-w est: llicnee following sai l r.u ine in a south-westerly direction through section .'2, nil 1 the south cast of 'il, town 4 north, range 1 1 cas!, terminating at the township rend be tween HI. sail and Portage tow nships. And that slid petition will be for hearing the 1 7tlt day of Sep tember next. ADDISON SMITH, Auditor. Auditor's Ollirc, Wood Countv, O. Perry n'.iiir,.:, August tl;h, 1811 liw 4. I) ITCH NOTICE, Notice is hereby given that a petition has been tiled in this oiliee praying for the csMolishing and constructing of a ditch Li ginning on the county lino between II nrv and Wood oiinli s on the West line of section 7, Mibon township : thence tnroiign section iiiiiiitiir tl of slid township, in a norlii-casi-eriy direction; th nnv in tlie s.inu course (hroogh sections III, :12, 2'.'. 2H, and along cr near t:ie l.ne bclw ei ll sections III and 17, uci'i ss thu south-east corner of section tiuuihcr H, ucix.s llie sotitii-cis corner of section ', all in Weston township, uu lt.i teriiiicat ' at tlie Mauuiee lie r : and tiiat k .id p. li tion wid be lor hearing on the 1H::i dav of Septem ber n -xt. Al.DISil.N SMI I'll, Auditor. Au tiior's Oiliee, Wis.il county, O. Fern slimy, August (hii, IS.ii I jw4. JX.TCH NOTICE. Notice is lier.bv given tli.it a petition has been tiled in this oliice praying for tlie establishing nud consti uctu g of a iliteii t. ginning on the v. e-t hall nf the soinh-wcst ipiart' r ol section .,, town 6 north, ran;e 1 2 east, Webster tow nship. lie nee run ning cist to the half section line road; ihcnce imnli iu lue bnim Is of said ixaid about :U rods j thence east until it strikes the channel of Sugar or Liitle Toiissiuil crock ; thence follow ing dow n s lid creek to win re il is cleared oil., an I there teriiiiiuite; and that sill Ktiti'i will be f. r hearing on 111" ISth day ol SeptemisT next. ADDlMiN SMITH, Aud. An tilor's Oiliee, WiHi l county, t). IVirisourg, August iuh, It,'. f l.'iwt. jyTCH NOTICE. Notice is ber 'by given (h it a petition has been tiled in this office' praying f. r the eslaulisiiing and coiisliiictii.g nl' a ditch b giniiiii two iail s s.-ulh n: lie ii" I .li -ess', n I'll, rot Milt, li t .w nship, hue ring nortu nn t.ee line betwe.n .Miit.-n and l.ihcriy I luusiiips: tiieneo i. it tiie l.lle b. t .veU iso'll i.od Flam townships, an! following too line of tlie ill cli know n as low ii line ditch, and cn ling as far iint'tli nl Lie Hit rse, licit ol Mono IKiii.l .1:1 II ,is may be ueivssirv: an 1 thai said petition will bo for hearing ni the Itwh dav nl S pi. nib r next. ADDISON S'.ll lll, Auditor. Audit n-'s Odiee, Wik. t cuiuty, O. Percys. nirg, August V;h, F'ul Ijw4. J-ITCH NOTICE. Notice is her. by given that a petition has b-en li'e'd in this oil.e..'!'. i 1. 1.' cs abbs'iiug and cns'imt ii g nf u i'.i.cii c. in, a :iei!ig oil Lie south Lii'of aeeiiou 12, towiin.nn, range 1 1 ci:, al a di'.eh established and c ai.-ti ui led under the Inruier ditch taw, aU'iit M) iids cist of til., a-uiih-wcst corii'-r nf sai I see' ion thenco noi ili nil llie line of b township diieli ti the Toii.-s.iiut creek j theme down s.iid creek In tho Mel'ii'chi'liville M.ul,wheiv- nt to I, iii'in.'.to ; and tii il a n I p i.uoii w ill bo hearing ou the b-'.h d iv nf S 'pt. ni'-er next. ADlHSON SMITH, Auditor. Anditor'a Oiliee, Wssl county, . I'trrybliurg, Augutt V, lol-iJw4 SEWING MACHINES. ,i,l lor rjMlE SINOER SEWINU MACINES. In order to place the PEST rAMII.r MACHINES I If TUB XVOriLt) ivilhin the rench of nil, we Imve reduced our Letter A., or transverse Shui'Jo Machines, beautifully or namented, to f j(l. IT 1 1& K LETTER A MACHINES CONTAIN BKt'Kvr VAI.UABI.H IMmoVKMRNTS. Wo would ssk for them (before purchasing else where,) the special ntt 'iition nf Vest-m ikers. Dress makers, nnd all those who want Macliin -s for light manufacturing purposes. Singer's No. 1 Si. 2 Standard Slntt'lo Mncblnen, both of very g'ner il npplicatl n -nil capacity, nnd popular In the family nnd mane. -tory. Prices ro duced, resisjctively i'rom $Ui und $1j0 to $UU nnd $100. glNX.F.It' K).l STAND ARP RIIfTTI.E MACniNR For Carriage-maker nnd heavy leather work. Price, complete, $ 125. HIE MNfiEU MACHINES makes the Interlocked stitch which is the best Ktiteh known. They nre of great speed, easily un derstood, mniple in 'structure, of grent durability, ndnpted to the heaviest nn.l lightest goods, nre fin ished in ths niotd perfect manner nnd may bo used fomcvcral years without requiring repair. THE STANDARD MACHINES For Tailoring, Hoot nnd Shoe-making, Harnrav making, Carriage Trimming, etc. etc., w ill do more work, earn more m iney, and nre cheaper than those of any other maker ns a gift. We bax-o nlwnvs on hand, Hemming Ouages, Silk, Twist, Lin -n nn 1 Cotton Thread on Spools, best M "chine Oil in Unities, etc., etc. JitT'AH persons requiring iofiirnntion nbmil Sew ing Machines, their sizes, prices, working ca pacities, and tho best metlusls of purchasing, can obtain It by mauling for n copy of I. M. SINOER fc CO.'S GAZETTE, Which is a beautiful pictorial paper entirely devo ted to tho subject. IT WILL PR BENT TRATIR. 1. M. SINOER A CO., 4. 18 Dkoadxvay, Nkw Yoiik. March 20th, lSf.t Jlltf jyOORE'S PATENT THIRTY-FIVE DOLLAR D0URI.E LOCK STITCH FAMILY SEWINU MACHINE IN SIMPLICITY nil' DESIGN AND rriH'U'TioN ok xvoiiKMANSiur i:NsrRr.ssr:r I1Y ANY .MACHINE V I T MANUFACTURE! Its simplicity in operation is such thnt n chil ten years ol 1 can use it with cs". IN several part b .ii'g construct"! on phi'osopiiical principle.-., it i not liable to get out of or ler. It mikes a slr.iii; elastic and durable siilch. Il sews from two cum nmn spools, tint makes but little uois". All w ho con' -mplate buyii'g. or w ish to see th b s' S 'wing M ici ine now in us", are respectful' invited toall on N . II. CALLARD. in whose Tailo Shop it is now in vravtirnl operation. .1. II. (IREliORY, Agent. October II. lHiltl 2:ily. BRYANT, FOLSOM, STRATTOT & FELTON'l MEUCANI ILK COLLEGE, Ci.evki.ami, Ohio. One of the Eight Colleg s of the "NATI0NA! CHAIN, located at New York city, Philadelphia, Albany. Tat flab Cleveland, Detroit. Chicago and St. Louis. Scholarship purchased ut this point gixid for nl I colleges. OI1EATKST IMHTKMKNTS IN TIIR fvi-yo STATK8. For full paiticulers of our ex'ensivo colligin, course, embracing all branches pertaining commcr cial science:the uniou of Cleveland colleges, with thorough corpsol teachers and lecturers, and tw-i practical nnd expereiieed resident principals: th nation. 1 chain system, ntf r.ling far more and bettc idvantcg"s than any single, isolated school can pre tendto. Practical nnd Ornamental Peiimaushi taught by one of the best American Artists, w lms specimens are taking premiums at nil tho fairs; THE COLLEGE HANK at which students do business in handling monex making dcp.'te, discounting notes, drawing notes drawing elicits Ac.;the (!I1K AT RAILROAD SET embracing ticketing, freighting, station business entries of Auditor, Cashier, Ac. the only, conuilet set vet introduced; Frv.int Jt Slratton's Text Rooks to be used in connection wit li manuscripts ; ihci three works on Idsik Keeping, thcirCounling Hons edition being ,'120 pages, their Commercial Calcula lions Kill) p.iges.lsith published byivisonet Piiinnei .xi'vr lork; their 1 1 iiiiuerei.il I, nv, written hy Aino Dean, I.. I.. D., rrolessorol Law in tho Lniversity of Albany, iin.ljiiiblished by D. Appleton itCo.,NeH OIK. Address, for catalogues, circulars or inform.i lion of nnv kind, two postage st imps enclosed. FOLSOM A r ELTON, Clevebind, Ohio September, 1 Slid 2 1 lv. I AVTON & XICHHiAJii KAII, ROAD. I J 01 SHORT LINE TO CINCINNATI. DAYTON INDIANAPOLIS Si LOI IS VILLI' On and after Sunday, May 12, two Trait's will 1 mvc i nledo daily, on arrival ol trains I rem Detroit Jackson, an I Michigin Soi.t tern R iilri Is: at 11:11.1 P. M. arriving in Davlon al 7:1. i A. M, ll:2l A. M. arriving in Dayton nt Ibl'l. P. M. Time from Detroit to Ci icinnaii 12 hours nil 1 iulnutesbvca.il trim. Connecting nt Lima wi trains ou tl. I'K'sbnrg'i, Ft. Wayne & Chicag Railroad l'"i Ccuiine, I'iitsburgh, I'nil.td lphi a nn S aitlie.isl ro points. Connects at Sidney, with th tr ims on tlie Hell font nue Line for Indian iisihs an the Southwest, ae..l at I'i.pia and Dayton for Culum bus. : 7 No I a uige of cars between loledo nil t iiieiiiii iti. I'AIIK AS LOW AS EX ANY OTItKIt KOI'TF. F.r tickeis applv at the Ticket O'.lice of Michigan Southei'i Ccnipiuv. I!. Sli );M AKI'R, Sn'-'t. T .vfon, 0. M. SIH'l. MAKER, ti n. Fr t aa 1 T'k't Ag't, To led,,, Ol ,o, Ferysbiir , Jan. 2d, IS ill -a?! if. A 1. II A N S T O V E 11 Ti O W N it II P N T , At their ol I st md in Perrysburg, Ohio, have han I, and for sale, an en Hess variety of celebrate COOEIMi, PARLOR AND RON STOVES, Kaijinai in priees to suit ili'i wants .f from $11 to $35 each, furnished in tho most subst mtial m inner, a ith either Tin or Cop per furniture. ON IIXNn AT All. TIMES, PLAIN A .1 AF PANNED TIN WARE, SliiYK PIPK. sitiVK FlIKMTUKE. t f'.loh Work, in all its forms done to order. V ANTED, in exchange, Cash, Com, Hides, Pelts, Rags, Wax, ni l Iron, Ac, c. FROWN & HFNT. PerrvsbiiTV. M;,. H, 1 '.'. If. 'I O CONt'L Ml 111 l.S. Th; subserilsr xvill cheerfully send ('Veo charg ' to nil who desire il, the copy of a Smri.K Rreiec bv which ho was cured of that P1UK disease Con-, uioi ion. Siitt'ercrs w ith Cosv-i'MrTiox, Asthma, PKONeuiT l.s, or anv lung iitl'dion, he sincerely hopes Irv ibis R 'cipe, well s.i:islied if they do so Ihey be more than salUti 'd wi'h tlie result. Thankful f. r Ins own emu lete rest, r iti. n. he is anxious pl ico in the binds of every suT'rer the means cure. Thos" wishingthe recipe with full directions, Jte., w ill ell oiu r ad li'ss Rkv. WM. S. AI.LFN'. 2:ii1 No. fid John Street, New York. A NOTE LOST. Tim undersigned Inst a given bv L-n-kev, Frail & Co., f. r the smn one bun Ir-d an ! li ly d Pars. It was riven 1 H.lrt, and h.i ! f.ne en loi'sement of fill, mi I of ii i n ihe bai k. This note will lie of no use anv oiu but nivsilf, and I will pay the fin ler lilmr allv bv returning or sending it to me al New West ti. ll. ' WILLIAM UCSS. July IS, 19l- Uw4 M0? ' V( 5'v- VViir . --. '-- - -i. "" ' '- jC. v MEDICINAL. . the rn 1 nil. Fur, of will will to of note ..f ; Sept, on lo 8 M I T Ul Would respectfully inform tlie titling of 'Wood county thnt ho has permanently located himself In Howling Oreen for the purpose of practiring ledi cine nn I Surgery. In nddi'icn to a regular courso ofn'.n ly, Mr. S. has made himself nrouniiiled w ith the special nimle of (lisUuguishing diseases by an examination of Ihctiriti" o: the patient ns practised bv the late Dlt. DFLAMIAldillm I fornll Chronic Dis-ases w ill say unhesit.ititigly tlint by follow ing Mr. D's practise' in such cases, ho lias had Iwiter nucreKH than from any olherni-thodof treatment. Among the diseas-s wdiich lr. S. professes to treat successfully may be m .nrioned tho following, vi Dyspepsia. Liver Complaint. Consmii.tion in its early shigi's. Diseas- of Ihe Spleen, Asthmi, Spit ting of the Flood, Piib'it.ction of the heart, Rheuma tism, While Swi lling, Dropsy, Scrofulous Diseases, Jaundice, Fcm lie Complaints, in nil their varied forms, Low Spirits or M, lancholv, Fever Sores. 1 leers, Ac. It patients w ith nnv of the nbovo or kindred Chronic Diseases will send gome of their urine taken in the morning in n clenn vial, l)r. 5. can m ika n saiisfaetory diagnosis of tho case nearly as we. i ns u ine paicm were preacui. ov. lS'.iU zutl. B L00D PURIFIER AND LLOOD TILLS. DR. HORACE'S SCANDINAVIAN REMEDIES. When Dr. Robark. the renowned Swedish Phy sician, intmiluced Ins 1. 1. . on runner nn;i i'iiis into Ihe United Stat -s. he s -t forth in plain terms their curitive jiinperlF's. This was years np. The task of tvcomin endinr them has sine been taken out of his hands. Enlightened men, w hoso character for sound ju Ignicntan I philosophy gives their opinions ight m the community, m m w Iio observe, rellect and in ike "asoir.inee d.aihly sure," befora they de ride, nre everyw here approving and urging the use l these won leriiil pr .par itions. All who ci nti.le in the wis I. in mi l honest v oi this class, or w ho honso to investigate for themselves, arc now nf one mi" loa this important subject. I he evi lec.ee in toe possession ol nr. liobneK .vl.ieh is at all t-in -s accessible In tlio public, estab lishes tho folio e ing: r arTi : That tl'. i rt.OOD I'Fi.ll IE11 and EI.OOD TILLS i.ivo been prov.'d hy .m.ilvsis to t.lS'TAIN N'l MINr.ttAT. : That tliey cure the aim t ii'iivirsal cnmplaint, llVslKl'slA, widi un?n'inrr cert linlv. and in a very shn-t 'im-'. fli.it al'i.-r nil otiier in.' Heine i have jiroved us. Ess thev relieve l.lvrit CoMri.AINT, md r .'store tho heallh iithI strength of the sufferer. I'll lt SICK I'KM AI.KH, vho have languis'lic.l for yens in liclpl -ss wenk iess nn I de-.; on lenry, recuperate with ah.i st mira nloiis v.ipi litv n i I 'l- their invigorating oporaiion. I'li.it all Sexu il Disabilities are removed bv their ordi il and g. 'inly .s:iniiil.ilin'rpr.)ierde:;. That they recruit stl tTTKKKii ciinsi'iti'Tions, inwever, they may have been trilled with end ihused. That th ir direct t '11 dency is to 1 ngthen ii'e, an 1 rend u- it enjoyable. That oj era'icg di ectly upon the poison oi ilisM.se in tho blood, they t'.M'Sl: SOON TO HHAI,, ind discharge from the system every taint of Scrof- tla, whether hereditary or otherwise. That they i'.i:ei:i i r tiir iiKiiii.iT.vTi'n, md that there is no disease of the strmach or bowels, the liver, tlio nervous i.Vilem, tho glands nd nuisc'-ls, ARISINf! FROM TM PURITIES OR ORSTRFCTIONS OF THE LLOOD OR SECRETIONS. n which they do not give prcmet relief, and, (if nd- uinist red beh re tin' cry cibulel ot ble lias been iiv idc l.) cll:'ct a painless and porf'Ct cm". 1'ear iu nun. I that the Scandinavian 11 end Pills ire einlnrs ,'d by the experience of thousands of Ri ng who. lett 'r, alii lavit. medical xvorka and word if mouth proclaim thi m to be the very best prepar- tinn ever nil' red to tho broken down victims of ill lcalth. It batuits disease through every nvenue .il l organ of the system, und expels it thoroughly m l permanently. Noone can doubt theirseperiority nfterono single rial they are not. only better, but nlso cheaper han any other Piils. f. r it t ikes a less number ol belli to pin luce a better I ll.Ct. Price of th Purili er, $1 per botile. or ?.i per half Wen. Of th" Pills, 2"e. p r box. or j boxes I'rr ijl . Read Dr. Robick's special no iees mi l certilic.ites niiilished fix. in tim.' to time in tiii.s paper. Dr. R.'s Medical Aim " .e and Family Adviser, out. lining a great em ..::", of valuald.' and interes ing medical ini'onn i:ion cm be had gratis of any of .is agents lhrnughi.il! the country. Li dillicult or cemniicatod cas s. Dr. Rcback miv e consulted personally or by letter, enclosing one .lamp tor n reply. A NEW ARTICLE. DR. HORACE'S STOMACH HITTERS. A new and delightful Sb nuchic and Cordial, fi r riving ton; to the Stom ich. au 1 for the prevention il unions complaints mci.lent to the V osteru couu ry. Try it. As n in ruing drink, to pssist digestion nnd re deye Dyspepsia, it has no e,-ual. Try it. In fl tvorit is superior to all other Hitters. Try it Ihe formula of these Hitters, now (18!1) the sole iixaiertv of Dr. Rohack, originated w ith on..' of the Most an 1 most eminent Medical Practioners of the West, and it is directly predieateJupon tho wants of 11 estern people. These hitter derive their stimulus from the pow rful tonie nature of the roots and herbs of which hey are ci inpnsed, mid ns they lire, ly allaying I'liiatural cravings nf the sti ma'eh, directly protn- nivooi i r. . i i r, k.x.m b. he present proprietor believes that in making them ivi lelv known the public wcllare is siibserveil. It will soon he for sale bv all id' Dr. Roback's numerous Agents, an I at H itels. ike, the counlrv ivcr. In the in -intini ', orders w ill bo tilled direct 'rent Cincinnati in any ;n unity, nnd ut tho lowest rates. It is put up in i'i.irt Hottles, anil securely pacKeil in one iio. cases. Halt ilcz. sami'lj cases will, however, be packed und sent to any iiddress,if desired. Retail Price, SI pT bottle, or six for Si. Principal Oiliee and Sale lesuns. No. 11, cast rmtrtli st.. 3.1 building fn in Mainst., Cincinnati, O l.inoratorv in llimm .n st. For sale in Wood coun'v by Peck it Hamilton PolTVsburg ; A. J. (lar III T ec Co., tiilead ; F. F Turner. Porbe'e : S. W. Whitiinore. Tontoiranv S. Clviner, Otsego; H. R. Atkins, New Wosdiehl S. L. Itoughtoti, Rowling tlreen ; Ranks A Patter son, Pi inbcrville : A. Lauslal', FreciKirt ; C. R Rosen.l. lie. West Millgrove: S. H. Emerson; Eagle ville; und by druggists and merchants generally ihroiigiiout tao i num. oi liny r U It R A Y S CO MM ERCIAL COLLEGE Mai:mkk Citx-, Onto. FACFLTY. Jrnoxii; Mrnn v, Ins'imtir iu Accounts, and l.eititr ron ims uess I list mis. Ac. F. Wi:i.( li. Teacher of D. n'ile mi l Sinf.1' Entry Il H.k Ix .'ejiieg. Pr ic'icel mi l Ornem 'iital 1 in oshiii. P. n llrawing. 1-h ui hhing, Ac. linn. .1. M. Asmi.hv, II n. Asii' tt Cook, M. Fitvi.rv, and D. R. Ai'stin, L. cuius cn Coinmer ci.il Law. Rev. O. A. Apams, Lecturer on Ceniniercial Ethics. Rev. C. RitiiARPs, Lecturer cn Political Ecou oiny. TERMS: For full course, time unlimited $25 S im course for L uli s 1 For till! c, u rse of iVnni ins! i, time unlimited. -5 Flurishiug, Pen Let! -ri'iir, Ac, as par ngreeiiieiit. tlo.i I board can be had in this place from $1.75 to -'.50. This institution is now penn.menilv sitiia''".! one of the hands, oust lneali ies in Narth-Westci Ohio, nn l otter to its patrons unprecedented nd vantages in the way ot coiapleiinii a thorough course of Mercantile lie-trie. lion. Our instructions in Rook Eecping. Commercial C.ilcul, itions and Accon.its are ron luehsl nuiu Counting Room System, ihe object of xvhich is render them purely practical, enabling tlie student to enter lit once upon tho discharge of the most in tricate bu-iiiess with comparnlive ease. Stu tents who h ivi' gradual -d from this institution have found iiodiHieidy inobt lin'iigMi nations, giving entire sat isfaction of their cm; I yrs. COMMERCIAL LAW. Lecturers on this subj ft nre delivered rofu'arly every Thill's lay cycli ng, by i n of our m stpiMmi n nt pr ictiiion ts. (.ning our s:uli ii's tiie m ihnrough iuairiKlion iu this important braueh. PENMANSHIP, Practical nn 1 Orn nn -nt .1 in all its ynri tics, w be taneht is the most thorough nnd elticUnt man ner. The good oi l Spcucari.ui syaU-uiU our stand ard. TO PARENTS, We would s iy, your children can hero r"ceive full ilimini'jli nnl cciunle' a c urse of instruction as iu nnv Cmnm nial Collage in th ' Fnited States, tree lixan exfesiir,' lo tl.i-s- )s mi. ions influences which in largei ii tithey nreli ble In come in contact w i'.h. Life Scholars! i:-s aiv in d. S u Kiitscut en' . r at any time. Diplmn is aw !' led nuly lo rliose who mister Ihecoiirsenf.-tu Iv. Siiuati ais' priK ure fi rtu U u'sHsfaras se.ible ui'i n graduating. R -c- ollecl that tu" ex; use ot c. ni deling a cours. of in- stritcitoii iu tills liislltu.lnn is I s ihr.n half that any mher. JEROME MI RRAY. t .y"Fi.r full partirul irs s rr Circular. Nnv.'iiiher St It ISttrt 27lv. TO 11 Ecu WORK. Eexecuted with neatness and disnalch at Frryburg Journal OOiov, MISCELLANEOUS. H. " in il tho in ist ill as I . ' i 1 ' : of tho jQR. M'MILLEN, CIIEMICOPATHI0 rilYSICfAN, May bo consulted free of chnrg?, at the following times and places t Fostorin, Haya House, Tuesday, August 4th tod Pcpt. 10th. Fremont, Kcsstcr Hotel, Wednesday, August Tth an I Sept. 1 Dh. Elnrre, Elmuro House, Thursday, August 8 and Sept. 12, Toledo, Collins House, Friday, Aug. 9, Sept 1$. IVnysburg, Exelmngo HoUdi Saturday Auir. IT, Sept. 21. " ' Mr Tiu:onT ant the atmfnt Are nexv nnd dill rent from nnv one In the United St ites.an I 1 challenge any one to pm.luca the sama success that I have met with In treating ChrmicJ Diseases. My theory in based upon the chemical operations nfibcbiNiy, believing diseas-s to depend upon a disproportion,'.! condition of the fluids of th bodv, whereby the solids be come nnliealthr by nniilysing the secretions, bhsxl, &c., of the bodv, nn I tin ling nut w hat is delleient or in excess and supplying to the system xvlint is wanting. I am ciia.iicii to ciircuii.cn ova sm.iii amount nt medicines, w here the patient lins lieon drugged with medicine! for long years to no ctlcct. Now DvsnctiKin. in ihn iril nninMlv nt..... .1 . dends niiiniy upon a disproportioncd' state of tin gastric or digestive fluids of tho stomach. Whan tins gastic fluid is proportioned pi-opirlv, the food i thorough- digested and nssimihitcd. Viewing Dys pepsia nv me ruies oi l hcimcopntliolngr, and givinr treatment accordingly,! nm enabled u i run. au mu.. out of 50, nn l 4!) cases out 50 f Consnmpntion. As. I'liii, F.ronrhitis nnt Lnrvncltis.and Eirnp r'nni. dlaint, Piles. Neuralgia, Dizziness or Sick Headache, Nervous Debility ami Female Diseases in every case a cure, an. 1 other diseases proportiimntoly. 'OSKr.MtTtOS. t-TT)r. McMilleii uses nn improved Ttihnlimr fn. strnnient for the cureofCi nsiimption.Astl ma, bron chitis nnd Laryngitis ; by this w e can mnke as irood nn npplieatien to the diseased Lung nnd Throat as we could to n sore anywhere i:n the exterior of th bo lv. Dr. M. uscm pure Ch-nilenpnlbic nnd Hotnnic Rcni 'dies. He gives n mil 1 t. nic tixaitment xvlrich nets chemically, und assists Nature to free hem If. Ona ounce of nsdstanco to Nature is xvorth a pound of poisiinous drugs to the disease. I onsultatmn nn.l novice tree. Iiifcrnnlion in regard to my trenimsnt and aue- cess call on. or write to: Mrs. S. It. Ablx'tt. Pnrtng Wood rottntv. Ohio e Mrs. Robert Jacobs, Eaglevill '. Wisul com'ity.Ohio f Mrs. Jesse llnkcll, Fr .wns Corn"rs. od'cnmitr Ohio; An I row Cr."s, Mill-rove, Wio'l c nntv.Ohior lohii Ciunnii"s. Hassan, Hancock dainty, til.io : J. A. Smith, I 1 more, Ottoivu cinnty, Ohio; O. E. Cinecl', Toledo.Lue.is c. unlv, Ohio. All coiiinmiiieitioi's must bo directed to Br. J. F. .,.!c.Mil!on,Clevel..n !, Ohio. GIN AS A REMEDIAL AGENT, THIS PKI.ICIIll'S TONIC STISU'LAST, Especially dosigne 1 for the use of the Mcdicat j Prof, s i n and the Family, having Heperseded the so-call ed "CHm." ''Ar. matic," "Cordial," "Med icate 1," "Schnapps," etc., is now endorsed bv nil of the prom'iien! physicians, linnsle medicinal qunl iti.'H vto'iio mid diuretic ) which belong to nn old nnd pure tlin. Put up in quart bottles nnd sold by all diuggists, grocers, etc. A. .11. i;i.xi.m.h li ti Ul!., (Established in lli'S.) Sole Proprietors. No. 1!) Proud street, N. Y. For Sale by D. S. T5 .MINES A CO., No. 13 Park Row, and P. D. ORV1S. 112 Frondwav. New York. Our long experience nn 1 familiarity with the re- qiur ineii:s ol Druggists, nn.l our superior business facil's, enable i s to furnish tl cm with chaicu Limn rs for iiieciemnl and familx- use. For sale bv P. ck & Hamilton, Pcnysburg, Ohio. Jan. 2t:h,'lHi!0 asly. .y?4r gEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT, NO. 102 CAPU A' AND SURPLUS, 932,302.98. May 1st, 1881. Cash nnd cnsli items Loans well secured Real estate 2i!2ti shares Hartford bank slocks 2125 " New York " " 1010 " Huston " " 50 f " other " " Fnited States and state " " Hartford N. II iven K. K. bends stocks Hartford City llonds Conn. River Co. & R. It. Co. stock-... $79,588 7 65,2511 20 15.000 00 274,859 6t 19:t,350 00 100.750 00 68.0S5 00 7;t,8l!7 00 .1.7H0 00 30,750 00 4,000 00 Total Assets SU32.302 93 Total liabilities 73,244 27 Fi r details of investments see small cards and circulars. Insurances may be effected in this old and sub stantial company on very favorable terms. Applv to OlvO. STRAIN, Agent. I-i?" Dwellings nnd farm properly insured for a term of venrs nt very low rates. July 2'jth, lS'Jt 12m3. 1'uiys.l top, Ohio, J . ,'. r.'iit,l r;"r:. n . B U S II C O Do ilerj in Marble Ornvo Stcnes, c. Orders respectfully solicited. Shop on Main street. Fouto. rla, Ohi . ' Ageti'.s for Pirrvobtirg, John Yesger and J.W. liailev. ' 83lr ,-ri'''?-'-;v: ! Akccc;'.,; J. F. PRICE, Ajent, A v fV-X '.':( .V' .ill , 1 i b il i )ETIT10N FOR DIVORCE. An lretv Snv ler vs. Catharine Snyder. The sai l .lefendant. Catharine Snyder, w ill taka notice that the plaintiff, cn theS'hduy of July,1861, filed his petilion in 'ho Clerk' cilice of the court of c inni'Mi pleas of Wml c unty, Ohii, asking to ba divorced I'nnn said defen lint," alLslging as a cause, adulUTV with one C. Hiker, and gross mglectof duty. Said pjtitlon w ill be for boarin(f at the Oo l bcr terra of said court, 1831, which sita on tb 2th day of said month. PIC t JoNOM. July 8,1861 lOwoia 83.