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Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. OOINO SOl'TIt. Wight Exp -.10:24 p. Mail 10:49 A. oight 6:13 A. ClOtKO HOnTI!. Night Exp.--'-3:30 A. It Mail 2:58 r. u Freight 7:2J p. M Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. To the Union Men of Wood County. The undersigned, deeply sensible of the perilous Condition of our country, mid believing it to be the duty of patriotism to ta'ko the place of party fealty, respocttuiiy anil earnestly call upon nil loyal cm Bong of Wood Countv. wbo are in favor of sustain Ing the Government In pitttinir down this unnatural rebellion, to meet with us in Mm t'-nnrrntitM at HUWLIXO UHEEN. on SATI KDA I Hint. 14. at 11 o'clock, a. in. to put in nomination a Union Ticket for the following oHioes, to-wit: One Audi tor; one Treasurer; one Commissioner, and one l PERRSBURG TOWNSHIP. Win Houston 11 11 Dodge (J F It Miller llenrv Thornton d J R Tvler J F t'riee S I) Wescott d J J Duhlon d Kobert Escott A Itlootntlold 0 Heach d HE IVc k A (i Williams Patrick S Slevin John Powers d Jit Hudulph 1) II Poo L Ticdeman John H Spafford A 1' Donulson K M Charles John Webb 1 P Thompson d Joseph Hruce 1) Stone Henry Wygunt Francis Hoeshel J ante's V Stttbbs Ooorgo Uets d Emniett West d W H Jones Wm Hideout T J Webb Joseph Sebcrt d Lewis M Hunt d John MoUrcw d H M Morso d If C Lawrence d A M Thompson d Julius Uliun WmW Webb d V, W Hrown l C A Norton Valentine Kink d A Koach d US MeKnight Nelson Darling C N Robinson d J Williams N H Calhud Shibnah Spink Joshua Chappol O W Hufford d John Y eager F A Canfivld J Waggoner TKOY TOWNSHIP. Henry Seibert d William Elder d S W LaFarreeci J V Smith J H LsFarroe d Derwin Truman Aug. LaFnrree d Cen Truntau Joseph Shook d Sidney Hrewster V H Richards Sanfo'rd Howard W II Hincline d Jacob Smith J Y Phillips d Thomns liorroll Jaccb Myers d K W Gilbert Jamuel Slirinor d Martin MeFull U A Harris J C Webb Aaron Smith d David J Hcgarty d Jeremiah Hegarty d JI Dailov d James J Hopper Dewitt Van Camp Wm II Pratt LAKE. J W Phcils d F A ITenienwny John Noel i Wm Furry Joseph Mintz Joseph Moro Solomon Phillips d 1' Wagoner Henry Sholferly d John Myers d Sherman A Jackson John L (Joss Jonathan Waggoner Frederick McLasgin WEBSTER. JohnFenton William Colvin Robert Fenton - O W Hathaway William Fenton Edward Ucaupro Hugh Stewart I M Hathaway John Moiklo Mewis Houslioldcr h L Loomis John Muir Jr J T Slum an Joseph llourdo Samuel Muir William Ford Norman Hrewster Henry Perkins d Malomar Taylor Frederick Neiuyer Lewis Forrest Chas l'cuuprc d 8 Canfield Hiram Powers OW Garner John Muir J D Seaman d Leonard Suvdcr d 3 W Phillips KEpleston" Geo Ureiner Geo Eglestoti John Shr'mer D Hurgess J A Fox Levi Loomis Wm Dumpal It Philo d W Davidson Wm Philo d Robert Stewart Robert Davidson PLAIN. H II Van Camp Daniel Newton A Van ('amp S L Houghton A A Crandnll G J Rodgors II Eldridgo Ira Hull J H Smith S W St John J P Lper d J Hollington O F Huttott E T Wade A A Sheets II O Heekwith J D Smith J Kitchen H Ordtvay John McMillen CENTER. John Poo Titos Fcanisidos Robert Russel L J Cook d Justice Simons d Joseph Alcorn (4 J Poa Leo Moore W R Peck J A Shannon W R Trueadulo d W S Thurston PORTAGE. I) H Puph E Prescott I) I) Hramer Elisha Prescott J II Loaf d Alfred Patterson d Daniel Whitstone d D W Knaggs II Graham A Hesanson J Cook J L Prescott J L Roller C H Hesansnn d Wm Hnck d James Johnston Austin Van Hlarcum S Johnson W S Eberly T Ebcrly 1 Hubert S Patterson d J Wonders K H Turner A M Homes J Dautcrman C L Root G T Spencer Aaron Phillips V II Catton d C ILiskins FREEDOM. C Tcftt d H Schabcrg d K Wetmoro J H Hanks " I' Hams H Isahell WmFcndly David Sawyer d S Lnnton If A Harnos H N Alexander Hiram Pcmbcr I Fish J P Martin P W Hathaway Wm Isabell L Householder Denis Penibor James Pember Phillip Smith d John Pattersou N T Fay MONTGOMERY. Nelson Wolcott It W Poling W I) Miller d A Lansdalc d H Stanton Samuel llacon E Walters W R Hrvant d W P Hoileg John S Stanton C Bnwlman Jeremiah Macksey Adam Hair Joseph Hrosius W Crossnian Joseph Wideman C Sharp Henry Hoot d Samuel Angus d A brain Null d WESTON. John n Fisher E R Hinsdall J II Campbell Geo P Hinsdall A J Gardner d I 11 Watson J E McGowan W A Pryor WASHINGTON. Curry MIDDLETON. F E Meagly Amos Tribbb HENRY. William Witten Harrison Witten BOWLING GREEN, O., Aug. 24, 1861. Whereat, In the Perrysburg Jouknai. ot Aug. 22d, thero uppoared an' address to tho Union ni 'it of Wood County, calling upon them to lay aside party feeling and unite m ('(invention at Bowling Green, on Saturday Sept. 14th, 1SH 1 , to put in nom ination a Union Ticket for Auditor, Treasurer, Com missionjr and Prosecuting Attorney; now therefore we tho undersigned citizens of Howling Green and viciuity, in order the better to show our love for the Union, and that we will not be excelled by any de votion to it, hereby cheerfully unite with' the sign ers of said address iu the call for said Convention: J II Raid A Dienst S L Houghton A W Hovce C H dough . Win W Alcorn C F Button Thomas Gan J P Loper Joseph Howells , W Powers R Alden Joseph Alcorn M J Mukcs P Richard S J Cook J D Smith T A Wilson J Kitcher J Hallington Daniel Newton John C Woostcr J R Smith J M Lamb J B Newton S G Foot David Noyes M II Rounds Alex. Brown Wm R Peck James Cass George Wulkcr Union Representative Convention. The Delegate appointed at the Wood County Union Convention, on Saturday, August 31st, are requested to meet with the Union Delegates of Ot tawa County, Ohio, at Elmore, on Weduesday, September 18th, 1861, to put in nomination one Candidate fur Representa tive for this district. Bv Ohpkr of tub Union Deleuates. September 3d, 1861. Union County Convention. K The Union men of Wood County, Ohio, are invit ed to meet in Mass Convention iu Bowling Green, on Saturday, the 14tu iutit., at 11 o'clock, a. in., for the purpose of putting in nomination candidates to be supported at the ensuing Ociober election, for Auditor, Treasurer, Commissioner aud Prosecuting Attorney. All who are in favor of supporting tho Government, State and National, in putting down and crushing out rebellion, are requested to attend nd participate. By Order of the Union Central Committee. Sept. 3d, '61. "United We Stand!" GRAND UNION MASS CONVENTION! GRAND UNION MASS CONVENTION! Down with Parties---Up with the Stars and Stripes! All good Union men, of whatever putty imiuo, who aro opposed to putty nomina tions and in favor of giving the Government an unconditional support in nil proper ef forts to niitintiiin the Union und crunk the rehellion, and who are opposed to contpn, mising with trnitora in itrniH, ure request ed to meet in MASS CONVENTION, it Howling Green, on Saturday September 14th 1861, to consult together, and to lioiiiinute a Union County Tieket for Wood County. Let every lover of his country every lover of fiee institutions, attend this Convention; I'ein- ocratN, Republicans, one and ul! let there ho one grand rally, such u:t Wood county never witnessed before. Flag Presentation—Leave Taking. There was a very interesting meeting of the friends of Capt. MeMuhan at the Court House, on Weduesday evening last. .Pat rick S. Slevin, Esq., was appointed Chairman, who stated tho object of tho meeting was to hear an address from Capt. McMahan. Previous to tho speaking Capt. Cook eanie forward, and in a few well timed remarks, returned to the ladiea the beautiful silk Hag which they had presented to Company C, previous to their embarking per steamer Belle, for tho tented iiel.l. On behalf of tho ladies, Miss Ella liaird received tho Hag, and turning to Capt. McMahnu, nsked him to re ceive and protect this emblem of our nation al honor. The Captain accepted it, und s'.iid ho would preserve it untarnished until it waved in triumph over the Capitol of ev ery Elate in the Union. The speech of Capt. McMahan was short, to the point, and highly patriotic. Ho seemed at a loss to account for tho backwardness of our men in rc-culisting for tho war, and said that while Ohio at the first call, soon had an or ganized force of 00,000 men, she barely had 2",000 in the field now. Ho thought Woo l county had done well. Eho had now about 500 men iu camp, but her quota would, amount to about two companies more. Ho hoped the friends of the Union would drop every other subject until we first establish the fact whether wc have a Government; then it would he time enough to resume party issues. With a fair show of our real f'hength, and a fair trial of anus, he had no doubt of tho result. Iu conclusion tho Cap tain again thanked the ladies for the ll.ig "it should henceforth wave in triumph in every trial." I'eniarks were then made by. Messrs. Cook and Jfollenbcclc, when the meeting adjourned. Next morning there was a general leave taking of the Captain and some eight or ten others belonging to his company, at the liaird Huukc. The Fair. We have already published tho premium list aud regulations of the Fair of the Wood County Agricultural Society, which is to be held at Howling Green on Wednesday and Thursday, October 2d and 3d. It is hoped that the fanners and town people of Wood will not neglect to make preparations for a grand exhibition of their products and handiwork upon this occasion. Wo know that the. cry of "hard times" is not altogether unfounded, and that wc are passing through an exciting era of our national history; but our wealth and happiness, and advance in intelligence and social condition, depends in a great measure upon ourselves, and we know of no better way to encourage effect in these respects, than by showing what wc have already accomplished, through the agency of our County Fair. Iiut for many of tho act tractive features of the Fair, tho Society must depend upon the skill, industry and kindness of tho ladies. Our readers will recollect the interest last season iu tho departments, more especially depending upon the ladies for their attractiveness, and wo trust the ladies of tho county an I towns, who possess as much capability as any in tho State, will see that these departments are properly adorned with their handwork this An Explanation. Last week wo admitted to our columns an article reflecting upon the sincerity of Mr. Higgins, in certain matters. This week n communication appears upon our lirst page, bearing in another direction. Now, while wc don't approve of this mode of warfare, we have come to the conclusion to open our columns to persons feeling themselves aggrieved at attacks made upon them thro' the columns of the Iiulrpimdent they hold ing themselves responsible for their own writing in every instance. Wo shall not allow anything of a personal character to appear, however, unless personalities are first indulged in by the opposite party ; in which case we shall allow full scope to the aggrieved they alone being responsible for what they say. With this explanation, we leave tho matter to thoso more personally interested. An Attempt at "Smouging." We understand that an attempt was made to displace Capt. Hrewster from the cavalry company he was ubout taking into camp nt Monrocville, last week, whereupon the gal lant men who enlisted under that eentleuian. very properly refused to thus have their in tended Captain disposed ot. Tho new Cap tain appointed for tho company Rworo he would have tho position and the men could not help themselves, but the men thought differently, and returned home. Capt. Drews ter then waited upon Col. Zahm and explain ed the matter to him, when he received his commission and an order to fill v.p his com pany forthwith, and, also, passes to send the men to camp. Those wishing to join Capt. I'.'s company may now rest assured that ho himself is to be their Captain so fill up the ranks, men forward march ! Schooners in Port. Tho 'Snow Drop,1 'G. J. Marshal' und 'Grey Eagle' were iu port since our last kaue. -Tho latter loaded with grain, and tho two first named with staves. A uew vessel, eu iovini' tho norn de ldunie of fvuivill ' whs loading with grain on Monday. The 'Wur J3TCol. Gibson's rcgiiuont ia now about' full and will move South soon. tSuCapt. Locke, of the steamer Belle, will please accept Our thanks for favors received at his hands. kiTChas A. Norton, of Fremont, has re ceived tho appointment of Ajutant of Col. Gibson's regiment. BHSfSix companies of tho 3cUh regiment are already in Camp IH (ianee. It will prob ably be completed this week. . i.rUcv. E. II. Hush, late pastor of the M. E. Church at Tillin. has been appointed Chaplain to Col. Gibson's regiment. tr?" We understand that Mesrs. Peek and Miller have in contemplation tho building of a fu st class schooner, for their own use. IfeSyWo see by the Tillin Tribune that our old friend Leonard Adams lias raised a cavalry company to join Col. Zahm's regi ment at Monrocville. Hully for Capt. A. jP'-5"Tho agricultural societies of some of our neighboring counties are offering Hags, worth from 6-5 and upwards, as prizes lo the best drilled military company at their fairs. KiL'ht. flii-J. J. Hletcher, the popular traveling dentist, arrived iu town last week, and is now stopping at the Exchange. Those wish ing to hae their teeth cared for should not fail to avail themselves of this opportunity. jc"p"Tiie Tillin Tribune says Jac. Foster, editor of the 'Fostoi ia News,' has been chos en first l.ieutenat iu Capt. Chance's compa ny, which goes into the 21 si regiment. Keep your "shooting stick" "double leaded," Jake. :yMossrs. Hostwick and Tvler are add- - l . i i . i. i e li' lil Thi I' Ti?) kh.t,, ,i ..fitntil.tlo .oir!l .I , , v , ,,,, ,i n. ... v. uaiMware, vc, wnicii improvement we trust will be appreciated by tho citizens and dealers in this vicinity. They sell at Toledo prices. fc?"The schooner 'G. J. .Marsha!,' in leav ing port of Friday last, run aground u short distance below, and tho 'tug' in trying to get her off broke some of its machinery. An other tug came up in the afternoon, how ever, and took her oil' without anv trouble. st"Tho Hay ton & Michigan 1!. H Com pany have placed the fare on their load, to those who attend the State Fair at Dayton, at an astonishing low figure at less than half the regular rates, providing parties pro cure tickels at regular stations prior to get ting on the ears. The fa:r commenced on Tuesday and will last till Friday afternoon. The fare from IVrrvsburg down and back is onlv two dollars and a half. Wood Wanted. Fifteen or twenty cords of wood will be taken in pay for the Journal. Those wish ing to take advantage of this privilege ure requested to bring it along as soon as possi ble, as we wish to have our winter's wood secured before bad weather sets in. Democratic County Convention. The Convention at Howling Green on Sat urday was not very largely attended. There were delegates, however, from a majority of the townships in the county. While there was a disposition on the part, of some to force a party nomination, tho Union senti ment largely predominated, and it was final ly agreed to meet with the Union men in mass convention. The resolutions arc char acterized, generally, by the ring of the gen uine patriotism, and we trust that future actions may bear the Democracy out in this respect. The proceedings will be found in full in this paper. Child Lost and Found. On last. Sabbath, Mr. Iiierman took his lit tle boy, and iu company with Mr. Null went out in the woods to look at a piece of land. Hitching tho horse, they loft the boy in the wagon until they should come back. They had not been gone long, however, before the boy became frightened and started in search of his father, and got lost. On returning to the wagon the father was horrilied at the absence of the child, and immediately com menced si search, which was kept up all night. Mr. Null returned to town and gave the alarm, when our citizens turne 1 out in considerable numbers and joined in the search. About 10 o'clock on Monday moru- iii! the boy was found, about three miles in . , the woods, opposite .Mr. larks residence. making his way towards town. Elm-Grove Institute. During tho wlndo of last week there appeared in our midst many strangers who apparently had come from all parts of the country on special business. They appeared to be of various ages, numbering all of the teens, and perhaps some of them could sav toons plus a certain number. (This has no ret- erctice to the fair bevies.) At an early hour every , . morning they appeared on Ilroadway and other streets, marching oil' in a certain direction with men- t d utensils. To discover the true cause of tho in- ,il,' , ,,p ,. ,,,.. Ten i . i gathering ot so many straii'rs, 1 followed suit, and V , " 1 ' it was nut long before Hound the place of their transactions. It was iu a large brick building known by the iianu of the Klm-liruvo Institute. in, , , . , , ... , . fl.o scenery around it presents a beautilul ane pic- tuivsqtns view to nil who look upon it. Their busi- ness was soinethtnir errand worthy of beina- rosoee- ted. ihoy were re-orgaiii.ing a school. Since the beginning, scholars have been coining in continual! v. I lie.v now approximate a hundred. Those who ar desirous of teaching the ensuing winter Will be specially benelitted by attending during tho present term. Special attention is paid to those of timt vo MATHATAS. Maumee, Sept., 1861. Abstract of Products. liaised in Wood county, in tho year 1830, n3 re turned by tho twp. assessors. 'o. Acres . 13,0U 275 155 1S.5:1 Sl'J 5,025 10,7'.li5 025 Bu. produced. 2 18,111.1 A'MU 5,211.1 C7.,t)ii0 1 2.4511 l:i"i,'.l21 (tons) 11,(12! Wheat".. live U'nley Corn liuekwheat Oats Meadow Potatoes Butter Cheese .... Ill 1,1. ill 3:.i:i, 290 'ilue. tfHlll.OO l&J.ad Number, ... 357 ... 117 Sheep killed-. Sheep injured- Total killed and Injured 474 Prepared by "Inhlon Chance. Our Book Table. Magazine, October 1S1 ; Charles J. Peterson, 30(J Cheatuut street, Philadelphia,!. Tho number for October of this excellent and highly prized periodical has already been greeted upon our Table. It abounds to overflowing iu the most high toned and chaste literature of tho day, not to mention the lino mezzotint engraving of "The White Lady of Avenel," the numerous pattern cuts, lasliion ptales, household receipts, tVc, Ac. Wo reeoiuinmid it to ladies in general as a migazino well calculated to givo outiro satisfuctiou to every lady who takes intercut in perusing magazines aud thero aro but few who do not. Terms-Only Two Dollars a year in advance. Action of the Democratic County Convention. trillion i j : j j i , According to previous notice, a Conven tion of the nomocracy of Wood county was held nt the house of O. Z. Avery, in Howl ing Green, on Saturday, the 7th inst. The Convention was organized by appointing Hr. Wm. Hell, of New Westadd, President and L. F. Hubbs Secretary. On motion of Mr. Podge a eomm'tt.e of six were appointed lo draft resolutions ex pressive (f tho sense of this mooting. II. It. lodge,.Iohn Powers, Wm. Cavothsrs, Joseph Sargent, N. L. Hesanson and Peter Fryman were appointed as said committee. After a few minutes absence the committee reported the foil nving which were adopted: oWiW, Tli.it thj Doin fraer of Wood enmity, rovoring the nn'iirny an I obedient to their great leader, Stephen A. Pottglas, avow as tit 'ir senti ments, the following words of that lani"iitid sUles mau: "Whoever is net prepared to saerilhv party organizations and platform upon the altar l' his country does nut deserve tho support and counte nance of an honest people wo must ba either pa triots or traitors. fWiW, That vre aro willing to unite with anv party that adheres to t!ia constitution, parries the llali and keeps step to the music of the Union, in putting down tsis unnatural MwlHon. U-tulvd. Adhorimr to all th j tuincitdes und tench ingsof the 1 leniocratic parly, wo as bein n'iats, aro willing to join hearts and hands tvilli nil Union ni 'ii no matter what may have h.'eu their foi in. rp li: i(jal creeds. ,' hrl, That should the future course of the lvopulilican party prove that their proposition for a I'nion is in t'le. in good faith and with patriotic views, no past dillerenees of opinion should prevent our union with them to tiviuthcn the handset' the gov criMu.Mit and put down tliit rebellion. Mr. lhilibs offered as additional to the a bovc, the following, which was adopted: HuolrtJ, That the Union Dent leiats of Wood county will unite with the I'nion portion of tho I'e pu'olica'n party, ui.der a complicil arrangement of a special committee of eighteen to an honorable agree ment and division of ollicos. Mr. 1 idge then oll'ered the following ad ditional, which was also adopted : tf.Wiv', That the committee of eighteen he re quested to meet with tho Union t'onveiuioa on Sut- urduy next, and confer with the members of that .i : ... i. ..i. i - i i i i: ... i "iiinmiMi-utiiii ueiuoei .us .um iv Jiiiumeaits ana . . . . . ... S,OU,i t i,o actum of the t onwntion prow s it slae tory they will so report to the CotiMtr IV iueerUic Central Committee, tin 1 no Uem viatic Convention shall he called i otherwise they will immediately call a Democratic County Convention. Agreeable to Mr. DuhbV resolution the following committee were uppointc.l lo meet with the Union Convention, which meet-i at Howling Green on tho 1 tth iusl.: Weston, W. M. Hell; Henry, 1'etcr Fry man; l.;leiiy, Win. (wolhers; 1'erryiduirg, John Bales; M ilton. Daniel barton; Webster. Win. Ford; U'ooiu, S. IJi uson; Perry, Nathan Hatfield; Jackson, Lewis Dubbs; Plain. Ca leb Ford; Cot tage, L. N. Ii 'Sanson; Wash ington, H. W. l'eiiockjTroy, ll.Siebert; Lake, John La Fan e; Montgomery, Wm. I?, lhyant; Freedom, Isaac Cluy; Center, Joseph Sargent; Middlcton, .las. Mcliinnis. Mr. Dodge moved that the Democracy of Wood county lie requested to meet with the Union Convention next S.'turday, an 1 par ticipate in the proceedings of said Conven tion, as this would give thoiii a better op portunity of generally knowing the sincerity of the Union movement. Carried. Mr. Dodge moved that the proceedings of this meeting be published in the Ferry-dung papers. Carried. Upon motion a vote of thanks were ten dered to the President for the abio and im partial manner in which he has discharged the duties of his office; alcio, to G.Z. Avery, for the use of his Hall. DR. WM. BELL. Chairman. L. F. DUBBS, Secretary. Abstract of the Personal Property, Moneys and credits in Wood county, Ohio, as re turned by the township assessors, und equalized by the County Hoard for tho year lHlil. Number, 5.7SH Value. se,'ia,4ls 11VI1M 1,'JIS 11.171' !i7,2S.- 4t,2S a.'jsu 37,42il U.L'UI f.;t,u77 Horses faille Mules Sheep Hogs Carriages Watches Pianos tit lt.L'OS .is,s.",:i l,wo . iU7 Merchant': Stock Mamil'aci'rer's " Value of .Moneys " " Credits, book acc'ts. &c. 4j,127 13. U. S. stocks, bonds of state or any com pany or corporation not reiuiivd to list its property lor taxation m Ohio All other personal property subject to 91.1 It taxation and not included in enumera ted articles, excluding bank capital C t ,211 Total value Prepared by Mahlon Chance. Sf0o3,l'J7 Who is Mrs. Winslow! i freouenllv we will simply say that she is a lady, who, for upwards of tinny years, lias untiringly devoted her tune and talents, as a female physician and nurse, principally among children. She has especially studied the constitution and wants of this numerous class, so generally overlooked, or carelessly treated by the faculty in too many instances; aud as a result of this etlort, and practical knowledge, obtained in a lifetime, spent as a nurse and physician, she has compounded a Soothing Syrup for children teething. It operates lik inagie--giving rest mid health, and is, moreover, sure to regulate the bowels. Iu con sequence ot this article, .Mrs. V inslow is Meconium vvoil.l-ronoivned as a benefactor of her race ; chil- I men i-eiiaiin mill iijiuuu I'l.n uoi . esjieeutnv ; is this the case in this place. Vast quantities ol'th'e. j ""hing Syrup are n.ui.v sold and used here. It nas got in n; a common remaric, "i had rattier le- pond on Mrs, Winshnv's Soothine; Svrun for inv children, than to have the united advice of the med ical faculty (if the city." We think Mrs. Vinslow has immortalized her 'name by this invn luable arti cle, and wo sincerely believe thousands of children have boon sive 1 from tin early grave by its timuiy use. unit tloit liiillietw ret unborn u'itl .il.'ire i'. It.-o- ! chts, and unite in calling her blessed, js'o motiikh discharged her duty to her fullering little oiu, V,' "", ""'i' '""J ;ivi" , ""i tlu,,a',i,t "'' i .Mrs. lnshiw s Soothing Syrup. 1 ry it, mothers I tuv it now.-Ladies' VisiW.N.Y. City. lUml j " I Davis' Pain Kii.i.kr. This article needs no comment from us, but the real worth of so valuable , i . , i- . i a compound compels us to give publicity to it in our Transcript. Mr. 1'crry Davis, the in imil'aeturer ' and inventor, is a gentl 'man for whom wo entertain ! '!"' 1,i,'st respect, and any article he may cft'er to the public wo should have toe highest cunhilenco , in. T,iC p,,;,, KiUeI. wv Uo,p CI,r,slantlv at baud, : and have dene so lor a number of years an I have I a:iiniiii.-.ti.red it tor ails o all descriptions, boll external and internal, and have ever found it to be the b"st tvni-'.lv extant. Wo well recollect its lust introduction for public patronage, it was then sol in a few shims in this city; look at it now tho world are i! patrons. A few d i.ys since wo published a certificate from Jhirni ih, ant we have of ion seen them from the mast remote habitable regions of the gl'.bf. Reader, if you have not a supply on hand (we trust you have, as it is almost indi'spcu-dhl ',) pro cure it once, and never be without it again it will save many a physician's bill. Providence Daily Transcript. SjI I by Pkck li Hamilton, Perrys burg. Lorn is tub ritAisR in favorof a valuable nvli cin ', and Dr. S. A. Weaver's Syrup and Cerate is curing every case of Salt Iiheuui, Kry.-ipelas, Scrof ula, Tetter, Ulcerated Sores, Scald Head, Sore lives, and all diseases that are the result of inipi.ro blood. People sulforing from those diseases can be cured by persevering in tho use of Dr. Weaver's remedies. Tho Svnoi u-itl mirilV flip hlooil unit j dm-" the disease to the surface of 1I10 skin, when, 1 i,y applying to the Cerate, a cure is uw. It never I j-as, 'J',-,- jt. 1 bv' jVt,k A Hi,lllil(,n iVrrysburg. 19-4 1 . . , . . MARRIED, tin lhiirs lay, August 15ih, by John Bailey, I.sq. of Lake two., Ldwin SNynni of Ottawa county, to Lyiuiia, eldest daughter of Jon. AkT.KOKutiEB, of Lake twp. On Thursday, Sept. 5th, by John Bailey, Esq., Jaums tJ.ioKB to Mauv A. Iluu, all of Lako tup. MARKETS. Perrysburg Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & CO. I Wheat 'Jlni . .gtiirtHO ! lour Wind . . .Sjd'S',,' Wool 20W.27 Hams t Hi Otitic Tallow J lb Ho Shoulders ft fio live V bo. 37o Poultry J lb .. .. fiA'.ttc :imbu .... 2i'h'CJ7o liggs ydou 7rHc Oats ifei bit lfie'iino Peatlu,rs f,l lb UfibOc Potatoes f)bi.-2U(.'jo Cireen Hides llb- -Xa A HuttcrWlb".- ButlOo Saltat.rl S1.75 I Lurd v) lb 80 Clover Seoil bu f 3.6t A Family Blessing. "In lining th ketthi from tho firo It cught and scalded my nnds and person very noverclv otin almost to a crisp. The torture was unbearable. It an awful sight. The Mug tang Liniment appeared o abstract tho pain n I most imnie.liat dy. li hoi led rapidly nnd loll no near of account, t Initio Foster, 421) lh-oad Street, Phila delphia." lttstrulva wonderful article' It will heal any rase of stvclling,uHni,8tifl'joiut, eruptions or I'heimuti-oit, For horses It Minuld never bj dispensed with. One Pollar'a w rth of Mustang has frequently nivcd a vnlunble h"ri. It cures galls, strains, ringbone, spitviin nd founder. He ware ot imitation an I counterfeits. A counterfeit was put in circulation from St. Louis and duly sup preisod. All genuine will hereafter botir tho signature of (t. W. Wuathnwdt, Chemist, and l. S. Ilarnes, Proprietor, ith the words "Trade" "Mark," In two Medallions of tho Federal currencv. Thivo sios. Sold everywhere, D. S. BARNES, New York. Mother, rem! this. The following is an extract tVom a letter written by th pastor of a Haptmt church to the "Jouron! and Me.M-ngor," fincinnnti, Ohio, and speaks vol umes in favor of that world -renowned medicine Mas. V'iNsiaw's SuoTin.Nii Svurr roil ciiiuiii;n TKKtlllSU! We see nn advertisement In your olnntns of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Now wo never s tid a word in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we feel compelled to say to our readers, that this is no humbug WH luvk Titiun it ami know it to its ai.i. it CLAIMS. It is, probably, one of the most successful m.'dicinos of tho day, be cause it is one of the b-st j and those of your reader, who hwe babies can't do better than tolav in a supply. 4l-ly. Siikiikv Wink HirrKiis. It is the best mcdichic overused for spring midsummer complaints. It bus been in iv li'iorally patronized than any other ever established in this country. It is the same liiehar.lson's Hitters which has restored so many invalids to health throughout tho north -eastern State dating the past thirty yoai'4. Head tho fol low iug s Van Wkiit, O., .Inly 2"ih, 18,'iS. ) .ir .W .- Having sl.l"Dr. Kiefmrdson's Sher ry Win Hitters" for tho last two years, 1 most res pectfully reeoinni 'ltd it to the iiotioe of Dyspeptic persons, and all persons; who require a stimulating medicine. D. K . U A I.I. KM KS, M. U. Sold by !ck V Hamilton, IVrrvsburg. A Wonn to Tin: Wish.- D. H. Do Land .V Co., of Kail-port, Monroe Co., N, Y., are manufacturing a Saleiatus known as Chemical Saleratus, by a pro cess ivt used by any other manufacturer in the country. The process is n secret, discovered by one of the propru t irs while travelling iu Kuropo. This process removes every impurity from the arti cle and makes it as w hite as the driven snow. It is put up in bright red papers very tastefully, (let a paper of W. J. Hitchcock and try it. wl SPECIAL NOTICES. I I M P O U T A N T T O V V. M A L K S ! I DU. ClllCKSKMAN'S PILLS. Prepared by Cornelius Clioesotn.tn, M.D. New York City. The combination of ingredients in those Pills are the re-ult of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting all invg ailarilics, paintul Menstruations, removing all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise; boa I ache, pain tho si do, palpitation of the heart, whiles, all nervous all'ections, hysterics, fatigue, pain the back nnd limbs, Ac, disturbed sleep, which arrNe from interruption of nature. To Milium L.wui-s. Dr. Cheosomnn's Pillsnro Invaluable, as they will bring on the monthly peri od with regularity. Women who hnvo been disap pointed in the use of other Pills can place the utmost confidence in Dr. Chocseiuan's Pills doing till they represent to do. None::. There is one condition in the female sys tem in which the Pills cannot be taken without pro ducing a met i.i.iu itusri.T. The condition referred to is i'iu:iiN.wv- an Ithcrosult.MiseAliut auk. Such is the iiresi-1 iblo tendency of the medicine to re store the sexual functions to u normal comliiioii.that even (lie reproductive pow er of nature cannot resist it. Warranted purely vegetable and free from any thing injurious. Kxplicit directions, which should bo read, accompany each box. Price $1. Sent by mail on enclosing $1 to Dr. Cornelius L. Cheeseiiian, box 4.5:11, Post-ollico, Now York City. ; ''"riold bv one Dniirej st in every town iu the I'.S. ' K. B. HWTCIIINS, tleiiornl Agent for the 1'. S., No. 11 llroadway, To whom all orders should be addressed. Korsale bv Pkck Hamilton, Pcrrvsbtirg. 42-ly P. P. P. PAIiK'S PRICKLY PLASTIiUS. They 1 aipart Strength ; they Annihilate Pain. 'I hofio delightful lilasters yield readily to the motion of the body, absorb perspi Park's Patent Perils Prickly Plasters Are Sold liy nil Dealers Pro in 1 to i lUmcs. ration and throw oil all the offensive coagulated impurities of the system. Thcv Kl.otll.l till 1W..1 lol- nil 'M,l-,min ;Puins, Kaintness Dyspepsia, Colds, Con jsumption, liheiunatisin, IVinnle Weiik .tioss, etc. They retain their active prop erties when other Plasters are tisclcs.s,iiud ; w here applied pain cannot exist, livery family should have them. One size oil cloth, three sizes on leather. Sample sent by 111 ail, on receipt of !!5 cents. u s. li.Ui.M.s, 1:1 it la rark itow .. , April, lo01- 4. J. J . 11LECUU11, DKSTIST, Will be. nt Mend's Hotel in Ciload. on the 20th of August, and remain imlil the 4tli of September, and in Porrysburg at tho Kxchange from tlie 5th of September to the 21st. 14w7. CMIl'KT OK COMMON PLEAS, WOOD ) COl'NTV, OHIO. James Ariuitagu vs Morret M Toiing. Tho defendant, Morret M. Young will take notice that oil the :0tli day of August, IrtOI, the plaintilf, James Armitage, ' tiled a petition in scul cmirt ugainst him, the object and iiravcr of which )eti tion is to cditain jiidgincnt against the defendant for the amount of two promissory notes executed and delivered by said defendant to plaintiff, and also lor a iialanco Hue upon tin account ami being for the several huiiu of 0110 hundred nnd ten dol lars with interests at the rate of ten ( 10 1 per ct. Dor annum from March I M, 1S58, and of seven hundred and ninety-six 7-100 dollars ($700 7-100) with in terest from January 25, lHllll, nt the rate of ton ( 10) per cent, per annum, and of sixty-one 10-100 dol lars (:l 1U-I00) with interest from April 2'J, 1HBI. Plaintilf also seeks to collect said sum by the aid of tho provisional remedy nf attachment, and has at tached tho following binds and tenements of defend ant, to-w it: 40 and Hl-100 acres oil' the west part, of river tract nuiub r eighty (HO) in the United States reserve, nt the foot of the rapids of the Mau 111 ee river, iu Wood county, Ohio, nnd bounded us fellows: On the south by tho center of tlrassy creek, on tho west by the west lino of said river tract number eighty (HO) on tho north by the Mau m o river, and on tiie east by a line draw n parallel to the west line of said river tract number eighty at a distance of eight chains, 7) links easterly thereof. Also a right of public way from said 4'J K1-10II acres to tho Porrysburg und Oregon road along the route surveyed and reported for a county road to the commissioners of Wood county, by Wel lington, surveyor. Said petition will be answera ble 011 the second day of December, lblil. DntxiK & Tvi.er. att'vs. Sept. i, 1 SOI 1H..V5J7 7(1. N OT ICE. STATU OK OHIO, WOOD CO. MS. William Hanimtin vs. the heirs of A I moron Rollins, Michael Shall'.r, ct al. John Carroll, an 1 Martini Carroll, his wife, Julia Ann Itollins, Sophia Kollins, Celestia A. Kollins, William Itollins, Harriot A. Itollins nnd .Mary E. liollins, the children mid heirs at law of Almoron Itollins, Into of Wood county, deceased, and Mich ael Sh.iJl'. r will tako notice tnat on the 10th day of Augu-t, I mil, the pi linliif, William llanunan, iilod iu the Clerk's olli 'e of tho court of common pleas, of Won 1 co., ()., his petition! the object and prayer of which U to correct an error in tho description of certain lands as set forth iu the deed of John A. Kelly, iu; administrator of the estate of the said Al melon ih'iilins to plaintilf. Said petition avers that tho Ian Is actually r. Ivcrtised and sold to plaiulitf by sii l Kelly us hitch administrator, wore tho cast half of Hie north-east quarter of section thirty-two f .'12) in township number four (4) north of range number twelve ( 12) cast, in Wood county, Ohio; but that said lands were erroneously described in said administrator's di ed an tho east half of the north-west quarter of tsaid section. Phiintill' asks to have said error corrected iu said administrator's deed, and also in a djed from pi. until!' to suid Mich ael Shaffer, 11 nd also in a deed from said Michael Shall'er lo otio William Dow ling. Defendants are notifl.'d that unless they answer or demur lo said petition on or before the' 1 Dili day of October, 18S1, tho sanu will bj taken ns confessed, and a decroo may he entered acoonlinglr. Doiioe A Tvlkk, August 20, '01-13wfiji,05. Plainlills nttys. pOAD NOTICIi. Notico is hereby given that -IV application h is bocn made to tho Commission ers of Wood county for tho view and survey of a County Koa 1, oiniuencing at the n it cor of see -in, town tl, range 1 2 east; tlieneo w cm sco lino to tho n w c.r of sec 31, sains town; also to vacate flint portion of a diagonal road on the 0 w 14 sec 29 in s.il 1 town. Tho viewers and burvovors will meet at tlia bouse of Wui. Ford, on the 14h day of September, lfi'U. WM. FOliD. July 27, 1801 10tv3 J E (JUL A It PACKET. Perrysburg nnd Toledo. TheSt..amer"HKLLH," L. C. Lock Master, will nnko two trips a day betwoon Porrysburg and To do during tho season. Tho boat will leave Perrys burg at H o'clock, a. nt,, and 'i o'clock p. m. Return ing, will leave Toledo at 11, a. ni., aud 5iC0 p. m. THE LATEST NEWS. THE FIUST O R A 51) ARRIVAL t Hit Tim Urrnt Dry Ooods Un.tisir! COMPETITION DKFIEDt GOODS FOR THE MILLION ! 1' . It . MIILUII Ji CU,, would respectfully aunounca to the uitituns of PERRYSBURO AND VICINITY, That they hare just received diroet from Now York a largo and well selected assortment of uew and CHEAP DRY GOODS! rou TUB SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE, Comprising all the leading stylos of Faucy, Staple and Domestic Dry UikmU. KKW STYLES OT CAPES AND MANTILLAS, Ladies' Octods HOOP SKI IX T s , SHAWLS, HOSIERY, EIC, ETC., VERY CHEAP, Pry floods, (irncerics, Kc.-idy Made Clothing, Tints and Caps, Boote and Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, &c, And, in fact, everything usually kept in a FIRST-CLASS STORE, All of which will lie sold at extraordinary LOW miCES, Jiy'Noticc cmr Market reports in to-day's paper. We buy and toll in accordance with H10 price giv en. C5THeuteuibcr the place, F. R. Milter A Co., np poaitu the JYrrysburg Sauk Buildtug. Porryaburg, May 2d 1861. MEDICINAL. JNIVERSAL! UMVEK3ALI1 , ta th rit aisr or' DR. O. S RICHARDSON'S I II E II II Y Wl X II HITTERS 4 The Celebrated Now Kr.glnnd Reined for Habitual Constipation. Jaundice, Fever and Ague, General Debility, ant all other Diwasrs arising from a Diaor- ; derud Stomach, Livor, or bowels. They are used and recommended by tho leading Physicians of U10 country, and all wlio try them pronounce them invaluable, D11. JAMKsJ L. LKt'EKE, writes from NaTarro, Stark Co., Ohio, ''the Uitteis sre highly praised by those suffering from iudigeatiuu, dyspepsia and liver Complaint." K, S.Davis, Postmaster at Wil lamsport, Ohio, says, "ihey give great unlisfactiun. 1 use them myself, having tuken cold, become prostrate and lost my nppetuo. It relieved mo, aud I can recom mend it witii great assurance of its merits" Dtt. Wji. M. lt:un,of Ki'gcrsville, Ind., Write us that they are the most vulusMe medicine oflered; Ho hiu reci tniutiv.l m1 t'i in w ith grcnt success, and with them m tdo several cure of palpitation of the hi'iirl and general dcbilitv. Tnon ia STANio,ti), I.'aq., L'loiintsvlllc, llenrv Co., Ind., writes a long letter, under dato of May 4. H00. Ho wits much reduced, having bocnufllicted for three jours with groat tiorvious debility, pslpi tatiouof iho heart of tlio most severe and prostrating character, "after using a few bottles I waa cu plolely restored, and nut now in robust health," ' J. W. Ik-NT n rites liviuDelphos, Allen Co., Ohio, (a section where lever and Aruo prevails.) that ho most chei tully recotiuncuds them of decided merit in all cases of fkvkh xm aui b, vt;ri;njiA, and UKNKItAl. KKIUI.ITr. 1). K. tiAi.i.AUKRS, M. 1)., writes from Van Wert, Ohio, "1 most respectfully recommend tho Sherry" Win . Hitters to ihe notico of Dyspeptic petrous, mil lo hU w ho roquiri 11 stimulatinir medicine. SLCH SKWS WU AUK Kht'KIWNO DAILY. Kl'I.I. l)llll:CTIONS ACOOMTANY K.UIl BOTTLE. . Sold bv dealers in luodicincs generally, i'liee IS eenti pr bottlV. J. N. HAKRIS, Cincinnati, Ohio. General Agents for the Southern and Western StaUSj Per sale by Pock & Hamilton. Porrysburg, Obioj F. Itocsingcr, Ficedotu; S. L Houghton, liowling lirocn; II. Hiu ri'tt, Maumeo, D. II. .Miner, Toledo W. D. Moon'. Sylviinia;' A. K. Jerome, New West field; A. J. IfarJner Sc Co., Uilcad. 2wtyo jVtUY IIODY'S FRIEND, 1-lvf ry body lias It, Kvory body hbo It, pEiatr davis' VKdl-rAlUK PAIN KILLER. THi: CUFAT I'AilII.V Mr.nicixi:. Taken Intornally, it cuivs sudden Colds, Coughs, SlC, Weak Stomach, General Debility, Nursing Sore Mouth, Canker, Liver Complaint, Dvspepsia. or Indigestion, Cramp and Pain in the Stomach, ltowol Complaint, Painter's Colic, Asiatic Cholera, Diarrhea and Dysentery. Applied Externally, euros Felons, Roils, and Old Sores. Scveie lltuns, Scuhls, Cuts, llruises and Sprains, Swelling of tho Joints, Uingivc t in and Tetter, Hroken lireast, Frosted Feet and Chillblains, Toothache, Pain in the Face, Neuralgia and Rheu matism. It U a sure remedy f.,r Ague, and Chills and Fewr. Pain Killer, taken internally, should lie adulter ated with milk or witter, or ini.lo into a syrup with molasses. For u Cough, a few drops "on sugar citteuv. ill be more effective than anything else. See printed directions which accompany each bottle. ' What stronger proof ran be produced than the following letter received, unsolicited, from Rev. W. IS. Jacobs I Newark, N. J., Juno 6, 1S(!0, Miiksus. Pkiiiiv Davis 5t Son Ooutleinen Allow mo, unsolicited, to sen 1 you a word of commenda tion for your Pain Killer, 1 have tinod ii in my family those several years, and found it ull it claims to lie. l or Rheumatism, Coughs, Colds, liurns, Cholera tendencies and ditlicultios, as well as dis eases generally that prevails in families, I regard the Pain Killer as beyoud nil price, nnd as cllica cious beyoud any medicine within my knowledge. Wo keep it as our chief family medicine, and liud its use in ordinary cases worth mere than any doctor. The testimony of oilers among mv ac quaintances and friends is equally favorable. Many clergymen have spoken of it in the highest terms its a family medicine. .Missionaries in repeated in stances have tsaid to 1110 iu person and intheir letters, that the Pain Killer was by far the best mcdieiiie used iu heathen lands, and iliey u se it for themselves nnd families, and administer' it to others around them. Thus much 1 tun inclined to say ns uu act of justice to yourselves, and as a bcnclit to others. You aro ut liberty to use thi t testnmoninl, if of ntiy service. RKV. W. J A CO US, Late Editor Christian Chronicle. BEWARE OF ALL IMITATIONS! Caution. The public will be cautious tliut thcr get the genuine Pain Killer as some unprincipled in on, tts-e that name for their owu worthless com pounds, in so doing they decieve the community, nnd infringe upon tho "Tuauk Mai.k" of Ferry Davis. Ciciiuitv! Perry Davis' Fain Killer sold Jjy all respectable Druggists. Directions accompany each bottle. Price -io., 60c. and il per bottle. J. N. HARRIS A CO., Proprietors for the Western und Suuthorn Stales, Cincinnati, O. For sale, wholesale and retail, Ly Pock A Ham ilton, Perrysburg; Frederic k liosingcr, Freedom; ,S. L. Houghton. Howling tJreeii: N. (irahahnan, Por tage; t. 11. jiiner, jotetlo; . 1. .Moore, nylvania wosi iriutx, loicuo; a. i,. Jerome, bvw West Held. A. J. Uarduer A Co., llilcud. Swtytt "I ON'T DELAY TO PURIFY TIIE BLOOD. DR. WEAVE U ' S CANKKH A NO PAI.T lltltll'M 8Y1UT, For the Cure of Canker, Salt Rhctiin, Erysijielas, Scrofulous Dis eases, Cutaneous Eruption, Soro Eyes, and every kind of Dil.oase urisilig from uu impure state of tho lllood. The moht otl'ectivc itlood l'urifler of tho Nineteenth Century. It is the prescription of an educated Physician, and all who are tifllictcd with uny of tho t.bovo named diseases, should use it without delay. Suck letters as the following tiro often received! Jeromcvillc, A: -bland Co., Ohio, Nov. 20, 1860. Messrs. J. N. 11 Aiutis A Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, Cieiuleiucii : I doom it a duty as well tta A ileasuro, to inform you what Dr." Weaver's Sy nip and Cerate has done for me, and hope that this let tor may tiinie to the notice of persons similarly allliiled. In the year 1H.'0 I was attacked with teller, or home kindred disease, on both Uty legs, which exteiidud uulil from n:y kueos to my feet waa one raw soro. 1 consulted and obtained 'medicines and proscriptions from nearly ull the physicians ill this vicinity, but obtained no' relief. Yuiir agent at this place, Mr. 11 ,11'uian, recommended me to try the Syrup and Cerate, which 1 fortunately did, and am now 11 sound un 1 well man by their use. With great gratitude, I remain. Yours truly, JOHN WEIRliAl'GHT. Mr. Wcirbmight being 11 well known gentleman of Ashland, makes this information most reliable. ly taking the Syrup as directed, it will drive tho diseases IV; in the system, and when once cut on tho skin, 11 few application of DU. WE AV ICR'S CERATE, Oil OI.NTMEST, nn 1 you have 11 permanent cure. Tho Cerate has proved itself to ke tho best Oint ment 1 vvr invented, and where once used, it has never boon known to tail of ed'ecting a permanent cure of i ll sores, tetter and rirgworn., scald head, chillblains and frost biles, barber's itch, chapped or cracked bunds or lips, blotches orjiimples on the face. And for Soro Nipples and Soro Eyes, tb Cerate is the only thing required to cure. It should he kept in the house of every family. Pi ice of Syrup 1 . Cerate 25 cents per bottle. I -i?" Directions accompany each bottle. Sold bv most medicine dealers, J.N.HARlilSA CO., Proprietors, for the South crn ami Western Mates, Cincinnati, Ohio, to whom all orders must bo addressed. Soi.l wholesale and retail by Peck A Hamilton, Perrysburg; Frederick liosingcr, Freedom; H. Bur ritt, '.Maiimee City; D. H. .Miner, Tolodo; W. 1, Moore, SvlvnniaiT. Daniels, Toledo; C. F. Williams, Toledo: A. K. Jeiiuiie, New Westlieldj A. J. Gard ner A Co., (jilcad. 2w tye "p L M - U H O V E INSTITUTE NORMAL "SCHOOL, MA CM EE CITY OHIO. The Fall Term of the second ycarof this Institu tion will commence on .MONDAY, AI'iU'ST 20. Th" Institution is furnished w ith a full corpf of qualified find experienced Teachers. Arrangements aro made for extensive and systematic courses of Classical and Scientific study. Classes will be formed for those who aro preparing to teach the cu puing winter. A course of Lectures will be deliv ered 011 subjects of interest nnd importance to teach ers. Hoard in good families, or rooms for self hoarding can be obtained on very liberal terms. For further particular;, boo circular, or address the Principal, J. W. UIETT, August 8, 'CI IlwS. Mauinoe City, O. SCHOOL EXAMINERS NOTICE. The Hoard will hold ilieir next regular sossiuus for tho examination of Teachers, as follows! Perrysburg, first Tuesday iu October. West Millr.rovc, first Tuesday in November, Rowling Cireen, first Tuesday tu December. IVrrvsburg, first Tuesday in January (1SI3 Iu addition to the usual cotti bc, Teachers will here after bo exautiuud iu American History. No applicant will beexauiiued whuianot preacut punctually al 0 o'clock, a. nt- J. W. WooDsrsr, OHri.