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TIME TABLE--Dayton & Michigan R. onisn sorm. I noiNtf NonTit. Tight Exp. .10:2.1 p. m. Night Exp.-"-.l:oi) A. M Vail 10:49 A. M. Mail P. H. Freight 4:13 A. M. Freight 7:22 p. M. To the Union Men of Wood County. The undersigned, deeply sensible of Hip perilous condition of our country, nml believing it lo lie llio duty of patriotism to take the place of party fealty, resjioctfully nn.l earnestly cull upon ail loyal citi ens of Wiiod County, who are in favor of sustain ing the Oovornment in putting down this unnatural rebellion, lo meet with lis in Man I'onnntiuii nt Howling Oreon, on Saturday the 31st day of Au- j I'll!, I, 1 no I , 111 I 1 ,1 dill it hi mi- II !H IK " Ml, II I 1 mc I Ml I - pose of nppninting pood, reliable I'nion men, nn dolfgntes to the Mate Convention, winch meets nt ColuinbitB on the 5th of Sept.: Also, to eiioint del- chutes to tlio Judicial, Senatorial and Representa tive Conventions. Tlio undersigned also rail upon all loyal citizens to meet with us t Howling Oreen. on Saturday tlio 14th day of September. 11 o'clock, it. m. to put in nomination ft Union Ticket for the follow ing cilices, to-wit: One Auditor; one Treasurer; ono Coiumis tioncr, anil ono Prosecuting Attorney, PERRSBURG TOWNSHIP. Wm Houston II II Dodire d F K Miller J R Tvler R 1) Wcscott d Hohert Escott 0 Heaeh d A Williams John Powers if 1) 11 Poo John H Spnflbrd E M Charles 1 V Thompson d I) Stone Francis llocshel Oiwge Oeti d W It Jones T .1 Webb . Lewis M Hunt d H M Morse d A M Thompson d WmW Webb d C A Norton A Roach d Kelson Darling J Williams Shihnah Spink O W Hulliird d V A Cantivld Heurv Thiirnloa i J F J'rice J .1 Dahlen d A lll.K.nitleld II K Peck Patrick H Plevin J H Uudnlph I. Tie li in in A P Donalson John Webb Joseph lii'uco Henry Wyuant James F Stubbs Fmnu'tt West d Win Hideout Joseph S -bert d John Mollrcw i II C Iiiiwrencu d Julius Hlinn G W Hrown d Valentine l'ink d G S McKnitfht C N Hohinson d N H Callard Josloi 1 Chappel John Yoager J Wiijrgoner TROY TOWNSHIP. Heurv Soihert d S W'Ln Karroo if J II LaFnrree d Aug. LaFarrce d Joseph Shook d V H Richards W H llinelino d J Y I'liillips d Jacob Myers d Jamuel Shriuer d K A Harris William Elder d J V .-niith Derwin Truiiiau tliio Truman SiJiuv lirewster Saiit'o'rd Howard Jacob Smith Thomas Gorre.ll N W Gilbert Martin McFull J C Webb LAKE. J W Phoils d John Noel d Joseph Mintz Solomon I'liillips d F A Hi nienway Wm Furiy Joseph Moro II Waftoner John Myers I Henry MicHei-ly d WEBSTER. G W Hathaway Edward It.'nupio I M Hathaway Mewis llousholder John Muir Jr Joseph Hourdo William Ford Henry Perkins d Frederick Nemyer Chas l'eaupre d Hiram Powers John Muir Leonard Stivder d It Efrleston" Geo Kpleston D Hui'Kcss Levi Loomis d H Philo . Wm Phil.) d Robert Davidson Hobert Fenton William Fenton Hugh Stewart John Meiklu L Ii Loom is J T Sruinan Samuel Muir Normun Hrewstor Salnmar Taylor Lewis Forrest S S C.infield G W Garner J I) Seaman d J W Phillips Geo Greiner John Shritier J A Fox Win 1) mil pal W Davidson Hubert Stewart PLAIN. Joseph Re id Daniel Newton S L l!oui;htou G J Rodgers Ira Hull S W St John J Ilollinntou K T Wado II G Rcckwith J Kitchen John McMillen HP Van Camp II H Van Camp A Van Camp A A Cramlall II Khlridgc J H Smith J P Loper d C F liiilton A A Sheets J D Smith II Ordway CENTER. Tims Fearnsides L J Cook d Joseph Alcorn Leo Mooro J A Shannon W S Thurston John Poo RobiMt Russol Justice Simons d O .1 Poo W R Peck YV K Truasdalo d PORTAGE. K Prcscott Llisha Prcscott Alfred Patterson d 1) W lvnasts i) n Push 1) D Bramer J II Leaf ,1 T iniel Whitstone d H Graham J CtKik ,T I, Roller Wm Ruck ? Austin Van Bl.-wcum YV S Kberly X L Hesanson d S Patterson d Y. Ii Turner J Dauterman J L Presci tt C II Hesanson d James Johnston H Johnson T Kberlv P Hubert J Wonders A M Home s C L Root Aaron Phillipi C Il.iskin-j it i n il-lliT W II Catton d FREEDOM. H Sehaberg d J 1! Hanks H Isabell David Sawyer d H A Hnrnes Hiram Pember J P Martin Wm Isabell Denis Pember Phillip Smith d N T Fay O TcfTt d V. Wetmnro P Haras Wm Fetidly S Ln nti hi II N AU-xandor D Fish P W Hathaway L Householder James Pember Johu Pattci'sou MONTGOMERY. H W Poling A Lansdale d Samuel Hacon W K Hrvant d John S Stanton Jeremiah Maekscy Joseph Hrosius Joseph Wideman H -nry H. t A bra m ".Y.ll it M Nelson Wolcott W 1) Millcjr d H Stauton K Walters W P lloilcs C liowlilllri A'him Hair W (rossmau V, Sharp Samuel Angus d WASHINGTON. G II Van Hlarcuiu Jam.-s L Curry MIDDLETON. FE Moagly Am is Tribbb HENRY. AVilliam Witten Harrison Witten Action of the Central Committee. In view of the pending struggle In which cmr country is engaged, the undersigned deeming it impolitic to engage in political or other discussions to distract or divide the people, do hereby request all parties in the county, to unite and nominate caiw didates for office, regardless of political antece ASHER COOK, JOHN YEAGER, H. A. HAMILTON. Republican Central Com, Wood Co, Notice to the Democrats of Wood County. We the Democratic Committee of Wood County do hereby request nil the Democrats of said County to meet iu Convention, at Howling Green, on Sat urday, September 7th, A. D. 1S01, at 10 o'clock A. 51. to tako into consideration tlio propriety of re sponding to the call for a Union Convention, and to take such actiou as tlio exigency of the times de maud, (i. E. GCYEK. G. W I.AMU, GEO. KXOLL. On behalf of tlio Dem. Ex. Committee of Wood County. Perrysburg, August 27, 1861. Meeting in Jackson Township. AVc have received the proceedings of a meeting held at the school house, near the residence) of Siitiiro Apger, iu Jackson on me ibtn nn,t., to receive the volunteers of company G , ill st regiment. The meeting was presided over over by J. R. Anger, and .Tas. Ferguson officiated as Secretary. Dr. Philo responded to tlio call for a speech i) nn cloiptcnt ciTort of au hour's length; rc .: viewing the history of our troubles und i'uir- l.v cutting to pieces tho dotrino of secession. Lieut. Col. Neibling. As an acknowledgement of tho callunt con- duct of Col. Neibliug, while in Western Vir ginia, he has been tendered tho command of the 4th Virginia regiment, by Gov. riernout. lie prefers, however, to remain with his owu regiment, m in loriner position. Off to the War. our boys havo been bo impatient for active service that they have went and The War Meeting Saturday Night. ' lulls wcro posted on Saturday lust, nn tinitncitig a mooting in this evening, Wi be nililressed hy Cut. Stecdtiian and Capt. Cook, and, as n matter of course, the Court House wan crowded at nil early liour. Tlie meeting vusi organized ly Appointing; (.1. V llnycr, Ksq.. Clitiiriimn, and J. W. I!:iiley, Secretary. Tlio Clminniiii stated tlio object of tlio meet tug was to hear some remarks from Messrs. Stoedmtin and Cook hjmiii the great iiitetttioli of the day tin war and to reorganize the company that Inn once been on the touted ficU. lie then c-.llle.l Ilium (.'ul. SlcCil- man. and that gentleman not answering to hit naiiie, n cull was made on ('apt. Cook, who came forward and was greeted with three rousing cht ers. ('apt. Conk commenced by paying that when he last addressed his fellow citizen, he did not think he should be again culled upon to repeat those remarks. The subject of the Southern rebellion was so well set in their minds, ho thought it uncles to dwell upon it at length. They have thrown down the gauntlet to tho North and hae declared their purpose to destroy the freest (!.v em inent on the face of the iv.rlh. Are we ready to surrender the glorious principle el' free trovcrnment handed down tn'us by otir forefathers ? Are we rea ly to see 111.- glo rious Stars and Siripes h-.;nle I down and trailed iu the dust? No! never. I.' t us then rally around the standard of our I ni"ii. and as one man. roll up in solid column to vanquish the enemy. We need never en tertain any tears ot meeting the enemy on equal tortus or with equal number.) to light; for his own experience v:ii that us soon as you come within gunshot f them they cut stick and run. Many reltise to give consent for their friends to go to the war for fear of danger, but he would say that hi nine cases oi.t ten there as uiiiv.li more danger lo be appprehen led from sickness nnd want of personal care than from the enemy's bullets, lie then alluded to the experience of his company during its three months' service, in this particular, but said that the one hundred soldiers under Lis ehi'ige h-ad re turned home, and had each told his old story, and it was not necessary for him to parrieu lariye. The pay and bounty .that each would receive, would make u salary more than is ordinarily paid to hands for labor til tin's time ; and this together with the bounty lands which will undoubtedly be grunted to each soldier, would make war, so far as pay is concerned, an object of pecuniary benefit, I'esidos, there was an honor attached to the soldier in the service of his country, and now when our country calls, let every pa triot respond ; for upon this insne depends the cause of humanity, the cause of freedom and the cause of our country. Upon the question ot r.uropcan intorierence, lie in quired : " Are you looking for tho sym pathy of the crowned heads of llurope? Vott will look in vain. Our existence is a standing rebuke to them our success a libel on their claim to rule by Divine right, l'ut they dare not openly oppose us, for their down troi'd 'li millions would rise, cry shame and point the linger of scorn at their loiter, ing thrones. We seek no aid from abroad. We have force sullicieut within our borders and it only requires one more spontaneous uprising of the brave men id' tho loyal States to crush out this full rebellion. Will you, fellow citizens, be of that prott l'anny '! Are you ready to crown yourselves with the noblest laurels warrior ever wore, by stand ing iiv tno treest government the sun ever shone upon ? Your own. your native land the laud of your adoption and the home you love! it is endangered, imperilled by traitors. Now, for the lir.it time, traitors' hands are raised to crush out the cause of freedom in America. Now for the first tiuic an open blow has been struck against free labor in theao hitherto happy United States, making tins cause emphatically the people s cause. We cannot deceive ourselves by calling this a struggle between tho North and the South. It is our cause, and the cause of our children. It comes homo to ourselves addresses itself to our consciences and understanding if wo are patriots we will stand by our country and maintain our liberties ut all hazards, lie thai is a freeman indeed will nobly dare all in defense of hi liberty. Let us then lay aside all differences of opinion which may have heretofore divided us, and unite as one man in defense of our con stitutional rights, nn 1 the preservation of the Union we love. Upon the preservation of the Union mid the constitution the hope of the philanthropist rerits for the elevation and amelioration of the condition of down trodden humanity. In the maintenance of, the constitution and the Union the oppress ed of other nations have been taught to look for relief and when fho burthen has become intolerable, and the victim has fal len, one fond lingering look to the beautiful fabric of our government, resting iu peace iu the lap of a hemisphere has cheered his dying heart, and made, his last words full of hope. Hut this bright vision and fond hope of the future are about to be destroyed by rebels, who are attacking tho foundation on which they rest the constitution and Union of our country. Will yon pass your timo in inglorious ease at home, or in polit ical dissensions until the Government, over whose spoils you quarrel shall have crum bled to atoms '! or will you quarrel about the petty ofiiccii of a government whose ex istence is threatened, while the government calls on you in vain for support ? I answer No I know the patriotism of the people of Wood comity too well to believe that they will be guilty of such criminality. The brave men whom I bad under, my commend is a good earnest of the patriotism and bra very of tho men from amongst whom they come. To arms, then, citizens of Wood county! and let your watchword be, No rest, r.o peace, no compromise until the sun in hio course, again looks down upon our count y re-united and restored to prosperity not a traitor left to sing the requiem of the departed every blot ami stain carefully wiped from our national escutcheon anil tho bcauiifui Stars Spangled banner again waving in triumph over the entire country, not a star erased or a stripe dimmed." Mahlon Chance, Ksq., was next called up on and responded in an eloquent, speech ol about half an hour's length. We regret our limited space forbids a more extended no tice; but it is sullicieut to bay that it was full of lire and patriotism. At the conclusion of Mr. C.'s remarks, ('apt. Cook arose and stated that the meet ing was not so much for speaking as for ac tion, and mere was now an opportunity ollcred lor those who desired to enroll themselves in the cause of their country Lieut. McM.ihan, he said, was a kind, brave, eiiieient an 1 energetic otHeer, an 1 he took pleasure in hearing testimony to this fact. Capt. C, u!:5o passed a compliment upon me cnaracicr una general bearing e the soldiers who served under him, aiiifh lelt that it was scarcely nceessery for him to urge mem to respond to tiiotr country, for he knew they would do so with pleasure. tt having now grown quite late, the meeting atitourncvi, alter wlncli several ol the tin months' men came forward and signed the roll. The Army Worm. Some three or four weeks since we notic ed the fact that the army worm had made its appearance in this county and was doing considerable damage. A gentleman from A ebster towimhip informs us that several fields of oats in the vicinity of tho Ten Mile i r .,,,.,1 ......... i. i i 4uuau nviv v-o.upietciy uesirovcU. lie bays they came iu perfect urniies, ami remained three or four days, when they all disappear- ea as mysteriously aa they came. Capt. S. A. Strong, OfDcfiaaoo, l.t3 been appointed Maior of the 2lBt roainicmt J The Schooner Grey Eagle. Wad in pott on Friday and Saturday, load ing with grain. Col. Norton over to on make arrangements for tho reception of companies into Camp Vance. Grain Trade. Tho past week haa been mie of unusual activity lit wheat. The increased price has had the effect of causing a rmdi on tlio mar ket, but prices remain firm at t. USc. A Social Hop. The young men belonging to Company C, with their friends, hud a social dance at the luird House on Wednesday evening last. r.oth ladies and gents scenic. 1 to enjoy ihemsrlves, hugely. Meeting at Bowling Green. The friends of the Union had quite un in teresting meeting at Howling Green, on Fri day evening last, we understand. Speeches were made by Messrs. Hied, Hoc and others. We have no particulars. Capt. Cook Left for Columbus on Monday last, to attend the court martial case of Lieut. Stratum, who was sent home dishonored from West ern Virginia, for olle.lge.l violations of the military authority in making searches. The Webster Cavalry Company. dpt. Hiewster is actively engaged in or ganizing his cavalry company for active ser vice. We understand he has -IT men alrea dy enrolled. The company will have a po sition iu Col. Zahlu's regiment, which will encamp at Mouroev illo until organized. The Poisoning Case. There was a report in town, last week, that a young boy, stopping with the new German doctor, hud b. e:i poisoned by tak ing medicine during the doctor's absence, It seeius that the boy had been indulging freely on sweet cake, etc., and on going home, had a touch of the cholera morbus. That was all. Bound to Go. As Lieut. McMahan was returning home, on the .McCuteheiisville road, last week, he was met by a man who desired to enlist. The Lieut, iu piireil his age, in nnswer to which ho was informed by the applicant that iie wastuiy uevenly-fivc! The Lieuten ant thought he was old enough, anyhow, and promised him a place in the company if he should fail to receive the required number. "No, I want to enlist now," said the old man. "Well, really," replied the other, "I " "It's no use lalkiu', for I'm bound to," broke iu the old man, when the officer was com pelled to jiut his name down on the roll. His name is John Fenton. Meeting at Tontogany. A friend has favored us with the follow ing communication, relative to the meeting held on Wednesday afternoon. We have also been furnished with the speeches of (.'apt. Cook" ami Patrick H. Slevin, Kstp, re ported by Mr. II. C. Ik Kellogg, which will appear next week. Martin Warner, Esvj.. oliiciated n t Chairman of the meeting: ToNTouAsv, Ohio, Aug. 'Jlst 1801. Ln. Jot i:s.i,: Hie devotion ol our citi zens to the ilaurot our country, and their determination iff maintain the Conolitution and enforce the laws throughout the l'ligth and breadth of the land is everywhere man ifest. The call made in handbill form a few days since for a meeting ut this place to-day was nobly rc-ponilevl to, anil a large aim en thusiastic meeting was held in tno grove east of town. Capt, Cook and Mr. tilevinol Perrysbttrg were present and addressed the isscinbly in an able and patriotic manner. I'heir remarks were well received and listen I to with marked attention. A large num ber of ladies were present, who oppressed their widitcriiess to part with their Irieiuts mil relatives for the ik-fency of the .Stars ud Yrtripes. Many of our returned volunteers came forward and enrolled themselves lor the ir. The vouii"- men of Wood county are giving the best possible proof of their pa triotism by nobly slioiihtei ing their musket M. Our Book Table. Tug Atlantic Monthly, September, 1861; Tick- uor & 1'ielas, Ijoslon, .Mass. All hail to the Atlantic for September. No mag azine do we moro nnxiotisly w ait for, nnd w hen re ceived, peruse with preater interest than the hiph toned nnd popular Atlantic. Claiming us it justly should, to bo the st;in lard literary periodical of the country, they parade a list of contributors, known the world over ns the most (lifted literary charac ters of tlio Atn-'iieau continent. Wo tire plad to learn, nlso, that in the future, they shall endeavor to give a political tons in keeping w ith its high lit erary character. YVo have long desired such a niiirrazine which should contain nrticles relative to the goy.'riinient aside from tho parti, in productions of partizan journals. AVo havo not had tho oppor tunity us yet, to peruso the present number, but we feel assured it is fully up to its precedents in style nud interest. ISelow, arc subjoino I n few of tho principal articles: Tho Shakespearu Mystery; The llath (poetry); Saechurissa Melassys; My Odd Ad venture with Junius lirutus liootli; My Out Door Study; A Sermon in a Stone ; Agnes of Sorrento; Tho Aquarium; Tho Y'uung Uoponlcr; Tread and tho Newspaper; "Under (he Cloud and through the Sea;" Journal of a Privateersm.in; The Advantages of defeat; Ode to II ippincss: Klizabeth Ilrowuiug, una lieviews ami Literary .Viiu-os. Tonus One copy one year S'J; two copies, S; fivo copies, $10. GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK, September 1861; Louis A. Godey, Philadelphia, Pa. did ;y for Sjpteiubjr, tt) say tho least, is as re- pleto w ith stories of interest, the latest nnd most truthful fashion plates, und ns many pattern cuts and recipes us it has invariably been heretofore. Tho superb steel engraving, "Tho Widow 's Mite," is n natural representation of nn incident, tho cir cumstances of which must be familiar with every leader. Tho lady cannot fail to be ploascd with this magazine, for everything calculated to interest or benefit the ladies, is carefully searched out und hero transcribed; and n magazine that has nimriah a third of a century, surely must have taken help in many hearts. Tho people cannot tolerate bogus literatuiv, us is witnessed lately by the destruction of several secession printing dices iu various parts of the country ; and ns a conclusive proof of tho pur txallrum of (Jodey'a, wo have merely to iQ-ntion its ago. Terms Onu copy otu year, S3; two copies, $j; throe Copies, $1!, The IiAPins' Rkpositoky, September 1601 ; Poe k Hitchcock, Cincinnati, O, Wo welcome with unfeigned pleasure, tho Sep tember number of this superior magazine for ladies. Its oxcellei.t steel engravings alono will fully rec ompense tho subscriber fur tho price of their sub scription. There are two ia each number, always prepared expressly for the Repository. Those in tho present number ure, " Day Dreaming " nud "Elizabeth Barrett Crowning." But what is of far more real value to what we should consider to be the true lady, is tho pu.ro and rofluod literuture tho ge'uuino foo4 tbr the soul which it abounds iu. Tho priucipul prose articles in the present number nre; 'Retribution," a masterly ediwriul, showing tue justice or tho Croutorm always bringing the correct punishment upon tho iniquitous 'KuU Ki P 'T'1 u tho m"lult,,u ' Dunanuu;" "A Historical Sketch for LJtU Folka;" lory continued thronph setcrot numbers; "Made- line HasclU Letters." continued , "Censecrated lights;" "lirotherly Love;" "Ancona, l'tinees of Ilaytli" Copernicus " n4." F.litabelh liatrett Urowning." Other thn thee, . there v several fine pieces of poctryi besides thtdit.irial, etc., etc. Terms Two dollars per annum, iuvuriahly iu advance. AnrniK's Hons Mauazixb, SeptvanWr liil; T. Aiuur, riiiiadvlphia, I'a. The Home Matanine Is abvsys filled with lut.'r cvtitig ss well its iiHtruetiuK an I nvtal stories. They seem to have adopted tho motto: "Amusement eur means: instruction our ends," mi, I for this rea sonif indeed for no other it should have a prom inent place in every family. Tliero are, in each inuiiVr, dilV. rent articles devoted especially to the ioteivsts of each individual members of the family. Terms, only two dollars a year. it;' i. m. f i niror .x .., 4jS i;roailav, .rw l oi k, want responsible und active business ma lo act as local nirem lor tlio sale ol lluir sewiiiir maclmies Iu I evrysbunT. laical aireuts are want ' I in all the principal towns of Wool comity, as well as all such ton us ot the a,!joiniui; couuties.in w hich appointments liavo nut already lieiii innd. A Family Blessing. "In lifting thti kettle from tb lire it cauitht and scald.'d mv haii.ls nn.l person very severely -one uluii Alton crisp. The torluro was unbearable. It was nn awful sipbt. 1lo Mus t.vnir Liniment appeared to abstract the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly and lelt no ac.ir of account. Charles Foster. A.'ll l'.rnad Snviet, Phila delphia." It is truly a wou.l.-ri'ul nrticlj It will heal any caseol swellinjf.biirus, stitl joints, eruptions or lli'.'iini ilisin. I' or horses it slioul.l never hj dispensed with. One Hollar's wvrth of Mustan" has fiviiiientlv saved a valuable horse. It cures pills, sprains, ringbone, spavins and founders. He ware of imit.itioii nn.l cuHiitencits. A counterfeit w as put in circulation from St, l.ouisaml duly sup. pressed, All genuine will hereafter bear die i-iiiuatures of (i. W. W'v stbivok, I'hcinist, ami I). S. ltarnes, l'roprietor, with the words "Timlo" "Mark," ill two Medallions of tho Federal currency. Have sizes. Sold everywhere, D. S. BARNES, New York. Mothers, read this. Tho follow imr is an extract from a 1 'Iter w ritten by the pastor of n llaptlst chm-eh to the "Journal and Mess 'iiirer," Cincinnati, Ohio, nn.l speaks vol umes in favor of that world -renew ned in.'ilicino .nils, vusstuw a eovrruiNu aviar ton ciiii.iiuun tki;tiiini:i "We see un advertisement In your columns of iurs, v mslow s tviotlimg rsyrup. .ow wo u,ever said a word in favor of a patent medicine before iu our lite, but we feel compelled to say to our renders, that this is no humbug w K tiAvi: Tiur.n it avii KNOW IT TO HI! Al.l. IT CLAIMS. It is, probably, one ol tlie most successliil iiii'ilicmvs ot the day, be cause u is one ol tlie oest: ami mnsc ot voiir reailei h who have babies cau't do better than tolav in supply. . 4'j-ly. The Benefit of Good Advice. Thanks to Mrs. Winslow's Sootbinii Svrtin. We have for years been relieved from sleepless nights of painful watehiii(r w ith Ikht suH'orine;, teething ehihlreii. I alike nil the preparations of opium w hich me usually pit up to make children sleep, una w hu ll simply stupely the cliiiil, the r-iKitliiiii; Syrup (rives not only rest, but vipir and healh: the little fellow w ake up bright, cheerful and rel'reslu'il. It is sure, inoreover, to cure Wind Colic and ivscu- nne Hie now v is. as we lively received the nilviee w lacli calls lortli tlie ahove thanks, we lively nive it to otlieis, iiiul sav to all mothers, iro I'lirc'iase Soolhinjr Syrup for your child, and you w ill th ink us tor this ailvice, NiM everywhere, at 1! cents per -bottle. Olliee,U Cevlar-s'ivet, X. York. 1 1ml 'Dr. S. O. liichardsou's Cherry Wine Hit ters. l'liariiiaceutieal l'reiiaratioii, by a regularly educated physician is one of the most pleasant and valuable tonics of the day. Persons rerovcrimr from protracted illness, or those w ho at this partic ular season ol tlie year, are subject to Jaundice Habitual I oiistipatmn, or any disease arising from a disordered Stomach, Liver or P.owels, will find in tho Sherry Win.- Hitter a friend more to be de sired than gold. Sold by Peck oi Hamilton, llvvl r'Mead the certificate of a regular practitioner: inis may ceriuy Halt 1 nave uaeil I crry Davis Pain Killer in nuinerou.s cases, and believe it to be a very yaluabh-,uieilieine. 1 have prescribed it in bowel complaint (particularly for children.) nn.l it is in mv opinion .superior to any prcpar.c.ivms t haw ever used for the relief of ihoso diseases. When pvon to children, 1 have always combined it with tue syrup ot uiiiu arablie, say ten drops to a ten- spoonlul ol the svrup, well mixed. Others halo mixed it with milk and molasses, equal parts. A. HUNTING, M. D. Sold by all medicine dealers. A. HUNTING, M. D. MARRIED, On the 21nt iust.. by Key. .1. I'egtly, Dn. IIeniiy rcill HMAN 10 311SS KACllliL JloCU'MON, alt of l'er- rysburg. L i: T THE WO Ii h li HEAD, FOfw THE BEST & CHEAPEST GOODS 00 TO THE STCtte W. J. HITCHCOCK. krw noons I NHW GOODS 1 NEW (KlllliS 1 KKW I. OllllS NKW ROODS! NEW UOOUS .NEW GOODS ! New mires! ni:iv niicns kuw ritiers NEW l'HICKS 1 NHW 1'hlCRS! ni:v l'KicKs! NEW rlllCESl Tho largest stocks of goods ever oft" cred in this marKct, cnihracing an endless variety ol articles STAPLE, FAXCY AXD 1-ASIUOXABLE, In the selection of which no cflbrt has been snar ed to render it ns attractive aa possible, is now be ing opened at tho CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE of W.J. Hitchcock, on the corner of Front and Lou isiana Avenue, Pcrrysburg, Ohio. QUALITY is the P.EST TEST of CHfiAPXESS. Inspection ani Comparison w ill pnivo that for va riety, elegance, richness, chennni'ss, beauty nnd quantity, this slock is unsurpassed by any iinw of- icrcu m uio ii cbi. LADIES' FASHIONABLE DRESS fiOODS! In this department great ndvniitnge may bo obtain- cd by close cash buyers, Iron, the fact that the goods are uoiigntior casli uirectly ol tlie cash riiu.-alnrs nn 1 manufacturers, and all impelled goods ure ho't at just w lint it costs to import tl.em, hcuco he can utioru to sou gooes at .MUCH LOWER PRICES than goods aro gem rally sold, which is nn item of great interest to the people of Wood county. A suf- Ihcient in ducement, wo tako it, to nuko IVrrys- ourg Kite trailing pinnt. READY MADE CL0TUISG I In this department, ive hare the largest nnd mr.fit coinplcto assorlment in Northern Ohio. Made un uccor ling to the latest fashions anil in the most sub stantial maimer, warranted to give the very b?st sausiuciiou, or no sal". HARDWARE, CROCERIES, &G. Thnso wishing to pun ha n nnvtblnrln this line will find It to their ndvnntagf to pay my Store a visit before purchasing elsewhere. The nttent inn of the I'liuni; ,9 it'siei meiv in, iui in mv eju-nsivc BlOClv, feeling assured it will be time profitably spent. KJHProduce taken ia exchange for goods. W. J. UITCUCOCK, Ferrruburf , January Si, 1801, ll, """" inf nattcrinif notleo U taken from the A pri ;l, 1 S.'.S : 7 .wpuvmcun, u, Si'ammn.wi A friend w rit' to tm for our real epinion ot lr. Kohaek's Scandinavian ltvniediei where l.o can ohta thvin hii I wIit thev nro called "Sv aiidannvian," nil 1 wo nre frequently imk- ed the same iiictions.' ScatiditimU is the Hncieiit fame of Sweden mid Norway, mid Scandium inn, that is, a Swcd.or Norwvui.ut, Rlleelionatelv calls his country '.'V'.mdinavia," in the same sensn as we speak of "Columbia." or "The I'nioii." Hy tho way, liiere aiv i or nine thou van 1 Scandinavian families in l.vue tvuntv, Wisconsin. Alt'uoiiirii a cition ol this country for nniiv years. Ir. llobaek is it Sived by hulli, nn.l eonm.Mm Is bis medicines ol r evlisli bi l l's, we think the mine is very up-I pvoprUl . We have t'le very b'nh 'ft 'opinion of , the mo bellies, and of lv. It.ih.ick binned, who is ! not only n sin i' ii Inly skiiliul nla siv iaii, but a ten th-nun of th" Oi l S.-hoU, as we know i rson ilh . I Our a ori s, in 'nt columns w j! answer the rest of our friend's letter. See n lverli.seiii.nt. law I MARKETS. Perrysburg Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & CO. W heat Vbll. .SHv,Ft"l :o.-''..s Sv; . :Ue ib.C'.'Se I il v. : '.'0j .s; .'Jo . Sv.b'o (to y our Vbrl vi J', Wool Tallow y r... live 5 1 bn Hams v( 111 . . S'.lolll leis, )lb l'onUrv V l! bs-irs V'1" ' l'eatbi s V (b '.'i. He So S,ce "sc H.CaOe Corn y bn . . . , Oats jb' bn I olato.'s hu . U lit 'V V lb-. I.ard V lb Civen Hide a yiti. :!,. t Salt thil 1 .Ti Clover Seed V bu :t.Jv) SPECIAL NOTICES. M T O Ii T A N T T O V I '. M A I , K h" int. ciii:i:si:man s pii.i.s. I'lvpaivd l-v Cornelius Chee-em in, M.l. New Yoek Cit , T he i oiiiliiiiati ui of iii-ireilieuts in these 1'ills a iv the result of a I nr an I extensile practice. Thev are nulil in their opei ali 'ii, an. I cert on in correct iiil' nil iri-ej'.iilai ilies, ji.iinlid Mensii-il-.uioiis, ivmoyiii); nil ntisU'ticlioiis, whether from cold or otherwise: head ache, pain tlio side, palpitation of the heart, hit uU n.'i'vons iitlev lions, hvsteries, lati pain the back and limbs. A. v., ilis'.u; bed 1', w i.ivh nrriso ni'hi iiit. tiii' :iou oi nature. lo .Mu::li:n i.ipii.'s.- rr, ciieeseman s 1 ills arc invabi.il'l , ns tlr.-v will brinvr on the monthly peri o.l W illi reiiiilari'v, om n wlio have been vlisar lioinliil in the Use of other I'ills c in id ace the utmost coiiti.lenee in Or. Choeseiu.m's l'ill., vloint; all they IVIM-.'-.'Ilt 1 1 ill'. Noi'lCi:. Tlietv is ono condition in the female sy loin in which the I ills cannot be taken without pro ilucimr n ruct'i.lAK t; n-i i.t. The condition ivfenwl to is I'licoN lev an 1 1 ne r. 'suit. m tse vi'.iu .MiE. Such is the il iv istahle I n h nrv ol the mediei.ie t r store the sevual funeiions to a noi-mal condition. that even the reproductive pow er of n. Cairo cannot resist it Yarr inted pui-clv veijetable and free from anv- thili' injurious. l-'lilieit direclious, w liich slionhl be re, ul, accompany each box. I'l ice $1. Sent bv tuail on cuelosiui; 5-1 to nr. V ornelms I., I hceseiuaii, box l.o.ii, I 'ost-ot.ii o, ,ov i ork t-ilv. J ,'",Solvl by one I 'i iii'i; ist iu every tow n ill tho I'.S. II. II. Ill I't'lll.NS 0 eneral Airent lor tlie I . S., No. 1 1 lhuadwuv. ni i n .... i ..... .a i i i .i i ..i 4,1 iv iii'iu I'm. I ,-, mii'iiui in- mil ii-r.,-.eii. 1'ors.tlo by 1'kck II Aiiu.TON.rnTv.sburp. I'J-ly 1) 1'. V. 1 PAUK'S PltlfKI.Y PI.ASTKUS. They Impart Strength : they Annihilate Pain. t These delightful plasters yield readily Pail's to the motion of the body, absorb perspi ration and throw oil' all tho oll'etisivo 'coagulated impurities of the system. ! I liev should lie used for all Chronic ; Pains, i-'aiutness, Oyspcpsia, Colds, Con Isiimplion, Kheiimatism, Keinale Weak ness, etc. They retain their active prop ei lies w hen otlier Plasters aiv useless, and ivvhei-e applied pain cannot exist. I'.very family should have them. One size on cloth, three sizes on leather. Sample sent by mail, on receipt of 2.i cents. Patent P '1'llS Prickly I 'la- ters Are Sobl l'.v all H-aleis V coin 1 to L'l.; Dimes. li. S. P.AItXKS, lil'ark liowX. V. April, tSiil 4'Jly. f -ir, . v '.i ' " ."- '- A i- " ",'- ki -r;::-:-i MUS. WIXSLOW, Au experi-.'iiced Nurse and Female Physician, pro- scuts to tho attention ol mothers, her S 0 O T 11 I N ( S Y n U P , KOli ClUl.lMltvN TKIMIIIMI, w hich greatly faciltit ites llu process of teethiiig.hy soiicniipT me gums, revliicing all iiitlainnialiou allay all paiti am! spasmodic action, and is -will UlliU TO llCUt'LATH TtlK UOWKI.S. Depend upon it, mothers, it will yivo ret to your selves, mm ItliLKU'" AND UUALTU TO YOUH INFANTS. It not only relieves the child from pain, but invig orates the .stomach and bowels, correols ai nbl v ,iuid gives Ion.; and energy to the wliulo system, ft w ill almost instantly relievo UtliriNii in i iu: llOWI-M.S, AND wish coi.io ami overeoine cinvuLions, w hich, if not speedily re- mcMicil, eiul iu vleaili. We bell -ve it tho best and Mircst rem edy in the worl I, in nil cases of Dy.scn t -ry and Diarrlnca in childivn, whether it arises from teething, or from any other cause. We w ould say to evei y mother vvbvi has a child stiil'ering from any iil'lhe foregoing comiilaiuts do not U t your uroiu- diecs, nor the prejudices of others, stand between you and your suDoring child, and the relief that will lie sin e yes, absolutely aure. to follow the use of this medicine, if timely Used, Full directions for using will accompany each bottle. None genuine unless tlio fac-similo of Cl'KTIS A PEKIvIXS, New-York, is on the outside wrapper. roiii by all Uniggisls anil Oi-nlcrs tu Me.iuomoi iu Wood coimlv. Pliiieiinil Office, IU Cedar street. X. Y. PRICE OMA UEN IS PER UOlTLK. April, 1HI1 1 tuly. IAKMiatS, LOOIC TO YOL'U 1XTEUEST3 I GKA1.V DKII.I.S! CiliAlX DKTM.S! GRAIN DRILLS! The subsorib'T is ntiw ready to furnish Farmers w ith cillii r of the two best Grain Drills in use, nnd will warrant ttiiin to give entire satisfaction. Thev wiil sow Wlie.it, live, Hurley, Oats, Ihiekwheiit, Flax, II 'Hip, Timothy, Clover, .Millet-seed ; also, torn, l eas ami lieans eiiualtv well It is, perhaps, tlio only machine a Farmer can us-j ttiai WILL PAY F0U ITSELF! in the iticroasj of yield, over ani over again, in a yc;'r or two. 1 have alum l nicj of b'.'timnnv showing thnt the increase ot Drilling" iiv. r liro.ail-c.ist sowing, is on an av- rage from three to live bushels per acre, nnd tho dill'crcnce is often much greater. Hut takiii'f i!.o lowest rstimite, (:t biishcl.sj if you put out !') acres, it will give von increase of 1 JO bush els, winch would pay lor two Drills, t all on me it lull ,'-Ullt II Ill-ill III ! .'i.t'nt.j'o ti, lilll-l,l,r .,f A stranger that you may never see again, and if tho lii-ill lion t prove go id, it w iil cost iou all it is inn th to get your money back. Iu addition. 1 keep tho very best makes of JMcel I'lows, Mlb.-ntl I'lous, Harrows, R iad Scrapers, Corn Shellers, fitraw Colt, is, Clover Eullers, Horn Hakes, llor-ie Pitchfork, Fanning Mills, Sewing Machines, Sugar Evaporators, Cider .Mills, Th Tiiiniu'r Churns, Cider Pros jcs, Threshing Machines, nf Pill's Celebrated Manufacture, and iu short n thing a Farmer needs on his farm to help him throu;'li v.ijh bis work und put money into his pol-K 'l. 1'. Mtt.l-p r. r.- i navo jiisi receiveu iiidds nro. s Celebrated Cylinder Plow. ibis is undoubtedly tho bent plow in this county or any otlier. It has received tho First Premium at every State and ' oumv i .hi i-i wn cjiiurai-u, iw iu cood worl: nnd easy draiiirbf. i. all ani .see i'., .V) charge tor slmwmg conns. D. KltEPS. Pcrryaburg, August, Oth, 1H(1I Kmli. fi. J . II L E C 11 E It , D E X T 1 S T Will bo at M.-a Vs Hotel iu fiilea 1, on the 20th of August, and remain until the 4th ot September and in Perry nburg lit tho Exchange from the ith of September to the 21st. Mw7. XTOTICE is hereby given that tho undersigned 1 i has been duly n.ioiuted and (iiiulilied as ad ministrator of the estate of Milton C. lOusiningcr, Into ot Vl oo-,l ( oimty, Ohio, il eeeaseit. All tlioso interested will govern themselves nccordingly. n. H It Y D. EXSMIXUER, August 12, lfiM lSnajil 7ARM.S (J1YEX AWAY! Mr. Win. McKim tiroooses to disooseof his lands in this county ut a merely nominal price. il will sell the south hall ol Iho north-west qunr tcr,of section 2", town !, range Id, containing feO acres, for live hundred dolbnv.. Said laud has been thorn uglily ditched und drained ut an expense of -" i l li s w ill also sell tho south half of tho miulh-n rst quarter of section Hi, tovvu t, range 1 1, ut tho Bam I pi Ive Enuuiro of H. II. DODGE. Attorney at Law. Per rvsbuiv, Ohio. Also for sale a laruro number of Tow n I.ot. both here nnd iu tho town of Mlltgiuve, with nud without improvements, together vouii evornl vnluablv) jarius. -.VJI. 11, DOUgE, J'crr; sbtug, h'ov, 10, 1849, THE LATEST NEWS. r i it st un a so Attui v a at Uio Tltv Uu'ikt Dry Uondi It.iz;i:ii' 1 1 COM I'K I'll' I ON DEFILl) ! GOODS FOU THK MILLION! V. II , M I L L U II A CO., would rvspoctfully auuuuuca tvi tho uiiliuiu of PKlUlYsnt'IlQ AND VICINITY, That they have Just rooulvod diroot fioiu Xew York a lurt and well seloctud us.or'.iujiit of now and CHEAP DRY GOODS! ron raa SPRINQ AND SUMMER TRADE. Comprisini; all tlio loading stylos of Fancy, Staple and Douivstiu Dry Goods. KIW 6TTLE3 09 CAPES AND MANTILLAS, Lndioi' C!ooi!, HOOP S K 1 It T s , SHAWLS, HOSIERY, E1C, ETC., VERT C n E A P . Dry fioodn, Groceries, Ready Mado Clothing, Hats nnd Caps, Iloots nml Phoi.s, Hardware, Crockery, ic, And, in fact, cvcrythiiig upunlly kept i.1 a FIRST-CLASS STORE, All of which will be sold at extraordinary LOW PRICES. j0"Xotice our Market reports In to-day's paper. We buy nvl sell iu aceordanoe with the price giv eu. lTTemenibfr th plae, F.Tl. Mif.er & Co., op OHitt th Prr(TbUrg Dock BuilJplg. Perrj-sburg, May jgfjj. ( I j I J ! MEDICINAL. J K IY KU3 Ah I UX I V K USA L 1 1 is tub rn.w it or dr. o. a. rich Alt dson'3 l H II It Y W 1 IM I : H I T T i: n s Tao Cvb'biat.'il New i.nclaiid Ih-mcd lor Habitual Co n si i pat ion. Jaundice, K vo nnd Agu , Uuner.il Debility, rov) nil tlier lie.is s iiiiinjr fn p I)i.r ihi ed ritoiiiiii.h, l.ivur, or row c'.s. They nrv used and rer inn.i e.ileil I y the lending Physician of the country, and u'.i who try thciil prom, line.' th'-m invaluable. lv. J Ml.S I.. l.i;i'KUK, v.-ri!-i frt-m Xnvnrr", t nk Co., Ooio, "the Pilius nrc bii ldy prni.sist by t'. is: -up .i -injj ir. ui iu.l' ?.;'o ii,dysp p-,ia und linr cenipl.ont." i.. I vvi-i, pi stin.i.fcr i t Wil i.un put, Ohio, S il a. "I'ocV i;ivc; (. r .! "ali.-i'actii-n. 1 use them nivs.-lf, l,;niti' taken cold, b. come proKtrnlo nnd I' si mv uppv la -. b i li. w d i i.'. nnd I can recom mend il a, i j.r -at ussuram-e of ils ni'Tits.'' I'll. Wm. i. Iwiia.nl !;. ;:w v ,lle, bid., writes Its t'uit t'li'.v nre li in- st Viibi .ble lnriliiine ullLiVil. 11 has n ( i una 'iiile I Hi in it'u (tici't sni-ei-.-vs, nuJ witlitiieni in i. to s .". i i I i cur.'a i f palpitation of thti bear.- .Hid e.aeiv.l d- ' ili v. Thomas .-s. vM'i' ':.i). l-.-ip, Ploimtsiille. ll-ni-y Co., bid., uii-.,-- -i I- !, i t r, ioh'.-i ni.le of May 4, tsvhi. .i -,v as lion li i.. iluecl, v ire; bem i lllivtcd f r tore.' y e .n ith ci-e, t n rv ionj del ilily, pnlpi t'lti'Mir.f I'.io beat-tot the lies! ..vi.ro nn I prostr.iliu r ichiiar'Lr, "Alter udng u I vybittbs 1 wen to plet.lv r- Muled, mi l u,n i-i inbu-t b'.iib.!i.'' J. i 111 .vr writi s In rn 1M( 1 . i, Alb n Cc. Oli'o, (n sec lieu v l.viv i'eier und Aj. no piwaib, i tl.at l.o Ill.Vat ciiiT.'ully l-CCOllll:, "O . li.wn v f .1, v i I u.i.t in aliens sol ikvi.ii ami vii:, rvwiiill, Bed UKNCKAL I 1.1'II.ITV. I', h. tiAi.i.Aiit.us. M. P., wiHi-s from Yan Wert, Ohio, "I i.i .-.( r -sp.-eti'iilly I.e. inii'- iid the Sl.irry Win' liiie-is to the n ilo-e vt' l'y p'plie pcrM.lM, and t" uU vv an lecuir.' a slini'll u.ou liu-.i'cine. su n m.w-s w i-: ai i: i.'iici.is im; iaii.y. ii i.t. miiienos.i Aie-iMiMM- cuii iioiili:, Soli by dealeis in me--ii ines iu rally, I'lice 1. ceo i per 1 o'.t'.e. J. X. llAblil.-, CiiHunati, Ohio. Hon -ral Agents fur the i-'i uiln rn and We -tern Ma ten. l i-r .-.il l. l', i '.., IT i r i . : t ii, p.-rryr-l-m-g,Ohi-.; 1'. Itoeini er 1-'vi doin: S. 1, l!ni:;;h:.iii, Idnv linjr town: II. Ion i-i-i!, Maiiine.', 0. 11. yiinw, Te'cdoi . 1. Mo on, :vlv.l!oa: A. II. .bii.inc, Xcw West held, A. J. U.tiihi.T iS. Co., ti.le.i.l. L'vvtyo JYi UY l'.ol'Y'S FRIEND, ' lively liinly li:t it, llvci v 1ody uses It, l'KliKV DAVIS' YF.iil'.l'AI'.l.i: PAIN MLIl'i:. tii io t;ui:.VT i'!i,Y .lirnicjxr:. Tak-'ii Inierniillv-, il em .s sml I. n foi ls, Coughs, c.. Weak M.io.ic'n. ,111 imI i'clilitv, Xuising Sore Meiuh, Canker, l.iv er t'ompl.iiiit. Dyspepsia, or Indiei --tli n. Cr.inoi mid Pain in lb" i-'O'linich, 1 1" vi v! Colii I. lint, 1', lintel's Colic, Asiatic (d.vli.rii, 1 'i:ii rlie.i ami 1 ' -,. -lit, ry. Applied I. ,'i -:i. illy, cures V'jlons, Roils, and Old Si.s, !sev,,-e Ruie-, S.-ab's, Cum, I'i nises nnd Sprains. Swelling i-l' the .loin'-, I'll-" v.- -in nml 'l etter. I'.rol.en Pie i .t, Frosted Feet and t hd'.'il.iius. TootlMcbe, i'aiti in the Face, Xctunluia and Ivhtti iiuiiisin. It i a aiire reiii'-dy 1. r A-ee, and tddlls and i-'e er. Pain h iller, lal-.cn ii.teru.illv . JiL '" adulter ated w ilh milk or iv.it-r. or in ido igW nip with uiol.i-s . Fur a Cou -h. u IV-w u sugar cateiiu ill be un re ( th-ctiv e t'nau WMy"1 el -e. Sec piiut.'d viiiveiii lis uidch aceompaiiv cacl-. bottle. What strong T piMof en be pici'.ueed than tho following Idler received, uu.ii lieitcd, from Rov. W, H, Jaiobs : Xewr.il;. X. .1., .lime , 1-I'0. Mi:-si: . l'nimv D.vtsA Son Gt-iiilemeii Allow me, nn.-elii-iteil, lo ,v, n 1 von a vvi rdct' c.i I'.nc.i.-od.i-tien f'l- v ein- Pain Killer. I h lie e-.-d it in my family ili. se sevv-ral years, and li iuid 1; all it claims to be. Fol' 1 1 1 .i- nil ! 1 1 i - ill, Co'!' 'is, tilts. Hums, Cholera leuileni-ics nnd iliiicultic. ii-i w. '.l ns di.i-ca-e-i g, iietallv thnt prev.i.ls iu fumili'. -., 1 n g.iul the I'. un Killer i:s beyond all price, and as title. -.-cii.iis end any loediciu. vv i l;iu io know le Ige. We keep il us our chief t.imily ni ".!u ilie, nnd hud ils use in I'lilin.uy c-i: cs i.e. ih l.ieie than any doctor, 'lb: t. slimonv of oil -is i-i,:oi g my ai -iuainl.iiici s un I fi n lids is ii;n diy lavi rai.lc. .Me.ey ide'-gyiu.'ii have sp.-ken of it in the hi", in st ti-i ins as a family ne-ili. ine. Missionai ies In repeated in stance:, have :- lid I i me ill p. i .- n a in i in th. ir b tiers, tiiat tic' Pain K iilcr v. .is I y ,V c the he-t liicdiciuo used Iu he.illieu land-, mid they use it ( rthcliiscUt s and I'.ii, idles, e.-od adiiiiMil -r i: to oiiicrs iiiound (In-Ill. Thus tnni h I am incliovl to s.'V as an act of justice t i fin s-.-l ves, ii nd as a b'li. I.t to others. 1 on are -I r:v to use tl.i- to.-:. win nial. if of any senice. " 1:I- V. t . JACOHS, Lato l'dttor Ciiri.diau Chronicle. r.r.WARi; ok "aTT, imitations! Caction'. The public w ill be cautious that tbey get the genuine I'nin l-.iib r i.s sfino mipi iuci led on ii, use tliat name h r ll.cii- on n w ci lidos.) com pound , in so iloii g t!ay ilciie'.e the 1 1 n.iiiunitv, and iufiincu upon the '"Tit.-.j u Mai:k" of Perry Davis. llennine Pel ry Davis' Pub !Ci!ler silJ by all respectable I'rii;;:! i -is. Direclious acci-inp.iiiy each bett'e. Price ljf. JiHe. and vl per b.-ule.- .1. x. n.i;i;n A co., Proprietors tbr the Vi.-tcin utul Soutla i n S;:-.ies, Ciucinnali. O. For sale, wholesale and relnil, by Peck .V Ham ilton, Perry ,burg: Frederick Ki -ingv r, 1 -'icI. m: S. L, Houehton. Ihiiiliug (irein: X, t.r.ii.aliiniu, i'oi tacc; 1. II. . "..nee, 'L ledo: W. D. Moore. Sviv ania; West A Tneas. Toledo: A. 10. ). ronie, Xevv West liehl. A. J. Oaiiliu r & Co., Cih i.d. iwtvo I 0X'T DELAY TO PURIFY THE BLOOD. IS 1) R . CANKr.ll Y E A V E 11 ' S AMI FII.T KII1.TM SYltlT, For the Cure ol' Canker, Sail Ithenn;, Frv.-ipclas, Serol'iilous Dis vi'.s, Cutaui'.i.iui Id iiiuii as, ,Si ro 1-ivs, und cvi-ry Kind of 1; -v.ise nrisini; from aa impure state of the I'I-". I. I nn most cID'ctivc nicrnl I'ttriSer of the Ni:nt"C:i'.!i C't n n ry . It is theplesiiiptioiiof y.il i ducatcvl Vhysieian, ati I all w ho nre n.tli.';.. d' iv il!i any of the aboVU named diseases, "I.i tihl i.; . it v. illn utd..l:iy, ,uch letters as the fol lowing are oi'ten recii ed." Ji't'oiueville, A.-bl.nid Co., Ohio, Nov. 2V. Messrs. .1. X. II vtin'. s .V Co., Cinenin.iti, Ohio. 0. nilcuii li :- I il-Hiii it a iluty .is well us a plea, ure, to inform 1 1 ii v !..d Dr."Wt aver's Syiep and Cerate lias deiioVer In ', and le pe t'...,t this let ter may come i.) th.' u.'i: -e of p.r ens s'.inihn !y nllbe;eii. ln the M ir ls;.n I y, as attacked wilh teller, or M-nie kiii.li'.-d ilii-eiis.', i n bciii my Kgs, II hicli ext. i, dad nulil fn in my '.nets t-i my leet was i -lie raw sore. 1 re:. sidled i.u I ohl.i'iicd likvlieiiH'S end prev.-r',;. lions IV in le-inly nil the j.hi ichiiis in lliis vicinily, but ! t line I no ivti 'I'. Your ut at ibis place, '.Ir. 1 1, il'.oiiu, r.-c inm iided me to try Iho Syrup and t .-i.ite, which 1 n riunutely did, and ..in now a si w in-1 cud woli in. in io til. ir mc. ith gr. at pratitii le, I remain. Yi airs t: i ly. J01IX WF.IIiliAl CUT. 'r. Weii b le'jbt l.eing a v. ell l.uovvii gentleman of A -.bland, m. i l.es this i.d'i : mation un st reliable. lty taking the Sv rup .Is dir -eted, it will drive tho di.-.i ,i.,e.- from lb.- sii-ut.i. and wh.-u nice cut cu tho )l.in, a IV vv iipplicili. n i f DR. WFAYI.K'S ( FKATI', I'll OINTMENT, nnd you have a pi i-in.:nv ot rtii-, '1 he C. r.'le hu.. proved it -elf to We tho lu st Olnt nieii i-vcr invent, d, an I where (Mice used, it has inv r be-n known to I,:,', of rli'.-ciiug a permanent cur--of old s.-ies. t.f.er and ringworm, scal.l head, chiilblaii..- ami fn',-: l i: . --, b u h. r's itch, chapped r cracked banvls or li-vi, I lotchcs or oiiuples on tho face. Ami f X;;pli.s nnd Sore Eyes, tb t 'ciuic i.i the i nly iLii,:; be kept iu the bouse of Price of Sv i up I Dii .-ctioi: -. aee'-i Sold I v li - i-l eiclici J. X.I! ARRIS A ('' ern ai'.-l i .itv rn st.:'' s all ordt r- uuit l e ad If S. Id w l....-.,ale ii. -. 1 ivi.mis vt to cure. Jtshoutvt every family. I . rat-; 2i cents per bottle, opiitiy c.icii bottle, ne d.Mlei .-. ., I'i -opi ioiers, for the Soiith , C'Iik i.in.iti, Ohio, to ivbiiliv" esscd. n t:ii! I v Peck .t H-nniltou, Pcn vsl.nl g: l-l-ed. r.ck ll im;;er, t lee.lc III : 11. liur rin, 'Mauineo Cilv: l. H. -Viner. Toh.io:W. O . Mm re, Sy 1 ani.i: T . Diiiiieis. Ti ledo: C. 1". Wiliiams, Toledo; A. E. Jcioiue, Xew Vi'caliieldj A. J.linrd ucr a. Co., tlilcad, 2wtve jt . : E L M - (I F. O YE I X S T I T U T E. ANI NORMAL SCHOOL, MU'MFE CITY OHIO. The Full Term of the second year of this Institu-' tiun w ill eeim. icnco on itttXDAY, AU0UST 21. Tlie Institution : s furni- lu .1 iv ilh a lidl corpse of qualili.-d nid e.vpei 'i iicc-lTvachcrs. ArraugciueuM are made for cvieiisiva aod f-vstematio courses of Chis.-ieal and Seicntilie siudy. Classes will bo formed for ll.o. J w bo r.ro preparing to teach the cu suing wi'.t 'r. A coiir.-.o of I.orlc.n will be delivs civil on subjects of iiileresl and imp, rtance to teach ers. Boa.d in 1. on. I Ittiiiilic.i, er ro.cnis fur telf t oar.ling can be . l.iaiu -d en very lib.-r.il terms. For further particulars s.-y circular, or address thtf Piiucipul. J. V.'. I1JETT, Augusta, 'fl-llw3. MuuiueoCily.O. Qt'HO O L V. X A M I X K II s' XOTIC E. O 'iho 1! 'ani w i.i imI. I .heir next regular scssioiitt for the e.aiiou,i;'"-n of 'i'e.icbeis, us follow a: F.ecoort, l',.--t Tuesday in August. (iib n'd, lit st I'l-es-hiy )n September. ' Perry.: b'lrg, iiirt Tuesday in October. West MiR. iow, lust Tuesday in Xuvember, Pouliii- tiroon, lii -.t Tiici lay iu Deceuilnr. IVi-rvsburg. Iii:t Tu.sluy iu".!ar,unry (ISrt?'). In nd.lition to tl usiuvt course, Tv-nehers will hero niter bo examined in Aiuuricun History, ' fij ;;',;. li''"L". v id tfvaiulus4 Yi-ol uvi ,.! ...... ..-ii- l "' . ..ut i . v u i.uci., a. in.