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Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. O0t0 BOCTlT. WipM Exp.. 10.25 p. m. Wail 10:49 a.m. Freight S:1S a.m. OINO NORTH. Night Exp. " -3:30 A. at Mail 2:58 P. x. Freight 7:22 p. u. the First and Fourth Pages. - Several editorial and oilier original arti cles, prepared for last week's issue, appear on the first and fourth pages. If some of our friends don't find their communications in print this week they need not bo sur prised, for "the gnmo is not worth tho am rnunition." Besides our columns are too much crowded with other mutters. The Banner Township. A correspondent informs us that in Web ster township, last fall, they polled a vote of one hundred and four, and that out of this township Bftytwo liavo gone forth to tho defense of their country's honor -being one. lialf the voting population. If any town hip In tho county beats this, Vt'sliouM liko to hear from it. Hog Cholera. Wo learn that the hog cholera is prevail ing to a considerable extent in certain por tions of this county. Sovural fanners in tho Vicinity of Pcrrysburg have lost ticarly half of their stock. It is said to be a good reme dy, for this usually futal disease, to pen tho , hogs and feed them exclusively on com; a sure preventative and will often cure after an attack. Try it. Rev. John O. Shannon. It gives us much, pleasure to announce tho appointment of the l?ev. John Shannon ns Pastor of tho M. E, Church, in this place, for the ensuing year. Ho bears the repu tation of an acceptable preacher and an earn est christian. As lovers of temperance, morality and religion, wc rejoice iu his po sition among us as a standard-bearer. Church Dedication. The dedication of the new German M. E. Church will take place on next Sabbath, tho Cthf October. Rev. Dr. Nasi, of Cincin nati, will officiate upon the occasion, ausist cd by Rev. N. Nuhler, the Presiding Klder. Services to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M. 'Tksre will also be services, commencing at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and at 7 o'clock in the evening. A sermon in English will be preached in the afternoon. Rev. J. Fegtly. From tho minutes of tho proceedings of the Central Conference of the M. K. Church, published in another column, it will be seen that the Rev. J. Fegtly has been appointed to the Greenville Station, Dark county. The sincere and earnest manner in which ho dis charged tho duties of a christian pastor in this town, have commended him to the con fidence and esteem of nil our citizens. In his now sphere of labor he has our best wishes for his prosperity. lie leaves to-day. t-ie Favoritism. Tho Findlay Jeffersonian, in noticing tin; appointment of regimental officers, says "the Colonel, Lieut. Colonel and Quartermaster of the Twenty-first Regiment,'- are all from tho Democratic ranks, appointed by the State Administration. Is this some of the favoritism of which the opponents of the Unioa cause complain? Tho people from their own personal observation can judge how well founded tho charge of favoritism is," not only in this instance, but through out tho army generally. Favoritism. Laid Out---Almost. Wo sympathise with our friends Laskey and Norton. That chance shot from the In dependent "squirt gun," last week, must have hurt them. It was certainly an over sight to allow us, by special solicitation, to take a copy of a private correspondence, never intended for tho public eye, without submitting tho same to our neighbor unso licited. However, wc advise our cotempo rary to keep the priming on those "bombs." The people may not see j-ou.- importance now, but by perseverance you may "shoot it into them" by-and-by. Excessively Patriotic. Some men in Sandusky county and else where, who signed the calls for county Uni on Conventions afterwards repented, be- tcause they were deceived, as they allege. They 6ay they signed tho calls with tho un derstanding that none but Democrats were to be nominated for oflice, and withdrew lie- pause sorno who were not Democrats might ro ! Tho Union movement was a cood one. and right and proper if the Democrats :ould have all tho offices, but not otherwise! t was not country, or the Union, or the con olidation of the people against rebellion, ()hl not at all, but the office that made a Jnion of the people desirable! Perfectly eady to drop party, if they got the offices, ut not without! The Sandusky Register ery truthfully remarks that such men are disgrace to patriotism and a reproach to any arty and any class of men. The 21st Regiment. This regiment, which has been in camp ft Findlay for sorno time past, left that Jlaco on Thursday last for Camp Dennison, ear Cincinnati. Tho Jeffersonian says "a lajority were uniformed and a portion of fie arms had arrived, but had not been ponod, and were thus conveyed to Camp ennison. This rejriment is made un of ex- w A llent fighting material, and they had made i good progress in tho way of drill as mid be expected in the time tluy were igaged in training. Tho regiment is well peered, and will no doubt do good service. 3 final destination of courso is not known. tito a largo concourso of citizens were at e cars to bid the soldiers a final adieu, td many a tear was shed, as friends part with friends, as many felt perhaps for last time. Tho boys, however, went off the best of spirits, seeming to have but lie concern about any special fatality that fiht bo in store fof them in the future." pol. Norton left horo on Saturday's train join tho regiment. His horse was for- jrded on by fast freight. D. J. VOTERS OF WOOD COUNTY! flemeraber that every vote cast aaainst Union Ticket, on Tuesda3 the 6th of Laber. teg-is a voto to weaken the North, Jourage the rebels, and prolong the war jjhe suppression of rebelliou.-jg Vax-payers, remember that the speediest y to eud the war is to ehow the South l we ere united then vol the Union tet, the whole ticket, and nothing but li Union Ticket I I ' A Word More on a Familar Subject. Our columns of tin's week's issue contain an article from tho pen of F. Hollenbeck. From the totio of the article, we should judge that sorno one had been telling tho truth on him. The article to which ho al hides, as having appeared in tho Journal snme time since, mentioned tio names, ex cept "Broad Brim," "The Father of hia Country," and others of this kind all ficti tious. As the gentleman has seen fit to as sume that he was the person meant by these euphonious appellations, and to acknowl edge that "the coat fits him," we don't know but at some future time he will claim to be the identical person carricaturcd in the Quilp's, Gammon's, and small brains of the novelist; and from his general carriage end calibre we shouldn't wonder if he was. lie docs not deny tho authorship of offensive articles, which, iu times past, hove been poured out upon the heads of our citizens, (and which really had no more weight than the gnat on the bull's horn,) but claims that when we say that ho is the author of late squibs of the same character wc arc mistak en. As to this, all tre have to say, is, we have it from a reliable source that our nerv ous old friend was the writer of the articles referred to. He denies tho fact charged. Then it merely becomes a question of veraci ty between our informant and Mr. Ilollen beck. As the former is a person, in whose truthfulness wo feel every confidence, we certaily have a right to believe or disbelieve either; and, exercising this right, wc -see no reason for changing our opinion as to the authorship of the Bquibs. ! The Newspaper A man eats up a pound of sugar and tho pleasure he has enjoyod is gone but the infor mation he gets from a newspaper is treasured up in mind, to be ued whenever occasion calls for it; for a news-paper is not the wiu dom uf one man or of two men it is tho wisdom of the age of the past ages, too. A family without a newspaper is always an age behind the times in general informa tion; besides, they never think much, or find anything to think about. And there are littlo ones growing up in ignorance with out a taste for reading. Resides all these, evils there is the wife, who. when her work is done, has to sit down with her hands in hnr lap, and ban nothing to amuse her mind from the toils and cares of the domestic circle Every family should at least take one paper. Volunteer. The summer's work is over, mi l tho pros- pect for steady employment for laborers during tho fall and winter is very poor. To all who arc or expect to be out of employ ment our advice is, volunteer. The pay of the soldier is as large as that of the laborer, and in addition, every one will receive at close of his term of service, SI 00, and 1C0 acres of public land. A man with or dinary prudence may come' out at the expi ration of three years, with not less than $500. How many are there that do better at homo ? There are chancea now of eu liutin inVavulry. infantry and artilleiy com panies, giving to all a choice. The Govcrn- ment needs the services of every man that i can go, and when patriotism and drof.t both call, the response should be prompt. Fill up the lunks ! Failed to Connect. Jewett, the Vallandigham candidate for Governor, was advcrtlr.ed to t-pepk at Toledo, last Saturday, but for fume reason failed to connect. It is said that Homo of his friends met him at tho depot, and pursuuded h m to "yield the point," whereupon he left for other parts very quietly scarcely waiting to say good-bye. Fast Day. Our town on Thursday presented the ap pearance of a Sabbath clay, so generally was "fast" observed. Most of the places of bus iness were closed, and divine services were held iu tho Methodist and Presbyterian churches. in Is Local News. Subscribers in differemt parts of the county would confer a special favor on us by sending in items of interest for the Journal. Correction—Letter From Judge Whiteley. FINDLAY, Hancock Co., O. Sept. 23,1861. Ed. Journal Dear Sir: a I have just read the report, iu your pa per, of remarks made by mo at Bowling Green on the 14th. Two errors occur in that report, which I shall be pleased if you will correct. I am made to say that the Democratic Convention was held in this county in April last. That was my state ment as to Putnum, not Hancock it was held hero later. And again that the Dem ocratic ticket would not receive over two hundred votes in this county in October. ion misapprehended tho statement. referring to the number of people in this county wiio will, by Uetobcr, lie found op- posing tlic government on partizau grounds, ana not to the number ot votes. Many good loyal men hero will vote tho Demo cratic ticket; at any rate it will get more than that number of votes. 1 can easily understand how tho errors occurred, and am satisfied that you intend ed to in Very Respectfully. Your obt. servt., M. C. WHITELEY. A Reliable Concern. Reader, we can assure you from personal knowledge, that B. Do Land & Co.'s Chemical Salcratus can be relied on as perfectly pure, healthy and uniform in its results. The proprietors aro also honorable men, who have, bv in tec- rity and perseverance, built up a mammoth business within a tew years past. Try the Salcratus, and provo our words true for yourselves. It is for sale by all wholesale and retail dealers in tho country, and by W. Hitchcock, Perrysburg. The Loyal Democratic Press. Among the Democratic papers in Ohio which have cast off tho trammels of party and Biipport the Union State ticket, aro the following: Cleveland Tlain Dealer, Toledo Times, Dayton Union Democrat, Allianco Times, Mahoning Sentinel, Piipia Enquirer, Trumble Democrat, Capitol City Fact, Dela waro Standard, London Democrat, Ironton Clipper, Shelby Democrat, Fremont Demo Hamilton Telegraph, Democratic Union (Adams Co.), Napoleon Northwest and the Urbana Free Press. There are doubtless moro, but these are all that have come to our knowledge. foTGen. Dlx is handling the rebels of the Maryland Legislature without gloves. All the members and officer to be found in Frederick have been arretted and sent to Fort McHtnry, and the Unioa members loft never to return. So the chances of a seces sion ordicance there are lomewint elia. at by if ttaTThe agricultural society of Defiance county havo concluded to hold no fair this Season. ftJohn Frost, Esq., has made his ap pearance on several occasions, during the past. WCCK. IP A freight train, consisting of 175 loaded curs, passed over the Wabash road a day or two since. BfRcv. John Poueher, Methodist, of Evansport circuit, has bceu appointed Chap lain to the 3Sth rcgimont. fciyLet no one who can possibly spare the time fail to attend tho Fair, at Bowling Green, to-day, (Thuisday.) teiyThe rebel steamer, Lady Davis, was destroyed in Pensacola harbor by the frig ate Colorado, on the 14th ult. KSyTlie brig J. G. Doublet- is now load ing at Toledo for Liverpool, for which port she leaves on the 20th inst StSuJewctt and Vallandighnm have been stumping tho southern part of the State to gether! Don't they fellowship, nicely? EL.se learn ti oin the iindlay papers that Wm. Mungon, Esq., of that place has an order to raise a regiment of infantry, to be designated the 57th. E(9uThe Union Convention of Fulton couu ty was lu ldat Ottokee.Sept. 17th, and notn mated E. Masters for Representative, and Klias Richards for Commissioner. BS-Col. Zahm's cavalry regiment is now reported to bo fully organized and awating marching orders. It is composed of twelve companies. Wo understand that some GO or 70 Wood county boys belong to it. SifVThe 38th regiment, Col. Rradlcy, left Defiance on Tuesday of lust week number ing 9G0 men. This regiment is composed chiefly of young men between the ages of 18 and 30, and will no doubt give a good account of itself. '"Another Bethel affair took place at Washington last week, by which a number of our troops were killed by their own friends mistaking them for rebels. The principal loss was sustained by the Phila delphia Irish regiment and a cavalry regi ment; from where not stated; irlt seems there arc a set of "sore heads" in Williams county as well as Wood. 1,1 tIu? f,,rmer' however, t'-oy have worked thcir schemes in a more open and honorable manner than in the latter. There, it appears the genuine patriots called a Union Conven tion and made their nominations, after which the "sore heads," who endeavored to ccn'rol the Convention but failed, called an other Convention (but few attending) and nominated themselves for oflice. Here, a regular Convention of the loyal men of the county was held, and nominations made, af ter which Ihe "sore heads" threatened terri bly of calling a bolter's convention to nomi nate themselves; but they couldn't get the thing to work. However, upon further collsi,Il-'llltio11 it was deemed best to adopt fie know nothing policy of secret circulars Whether this last "trick" will be carried out or not. remains to be seen. To prevent however, it may be well for voters to compare tlie;r tickets with tho one at the head of our editorial column. Our Book Table. Tnn Atlantic Montiti.y, October, ISfil ; Tiok nor & l'iulds, Rnstnn, Mass. The table of contents of the Atlantic are unusu ally attractive. 'Near Oxford," "Cyril Wilde," a Kentucky tragedy, "A story of To-Day," are all articles of great interest. "What we aro coming to," is aa admirably drawn parallel of the more salient features of the present Rebellion with the "Jacobite" Rebellion of England j and the urter discomfiture of tho Stuart Pretender is shown to bo but an archetype of the Confederate Pretenders now arms against our Government. "Panic Terror," an elaborate exhibit, showing that the Dumber of instances of panic terror is enormous. Get a copy and read it. But perhaps the best way would be subscribe for it. Terms, three dollars a year. Thb Ladies' RnrosiTonv, Octsbcr 181 ; Toe A Hitchcock, Cincinnati, O. Among tho many magazines that visit our table, there is none that receives a more hearty welcome tho good old Ladies' Repository. It always contains something that is not only interesting, but instructive to the Christian heart, and it should find welcome reception iu every Christian family. The engravings are of the richest finish, and in fact the present number is fully equal with its predecessors every particular. Subscribe for it. Terms, two dollars a year in advance. The 14th Regiment. The Cincinnati Commercial of Friday last contained the following notice of this' regi ment, One of tho finest looking bodies of men that wo have seen was tho 14th Ohio. Col. Steodman.which very unexpectedly mado its arTeaiunco on our streets yesterday alter- noon, i hey were muscular, sun browned. resolute looking fellows, well uniformed and pretty well armed, and, though burdened with knapsacks, blankets, haversacks, can teens and cartridge boxes, they marched with elasticity and in K"ort time. We have not seen a regiment that looked more like business. Col. Steodrnan is a first-rate officer, well supported by the other field oflieers. regiment was raised in the northwestern part of the Slate. Good Authority. "There has never been a time from the day Washington was inaugurated fast President of the United States, when the ri03 f the Southern States stood firmer unr the laws of thelmid than they do now; there never was a tiiiie when they had not a.s good a cause for disunion as they have to day." " The slavery question is a mere excuse. The election or Mn. Lincoln is a mere pretext ! the present secession movement is the result of an evokjiovs conki'Iuacy form ed moke than a year since, formed by the leader of the Southern Confederacy more than twelce months ago. Douglas' Speech Chicago, May, 1801. HI IB 11 An Obedient Son. A boy was tempted some of his companions to duck some ripe cherries from a tree his father h.vl for bidden him to touch. "You need not bo afraid," said they, "for your father 6hould find out you ha i taken them, ho is so kind he would not hurt you." "That is the very reason," replied the boy, why I should not touch them. It is true ray father may not hurt me ; yet my disobedience I know would hurt my father, and that would be worse to mo than any thing else." Was not this an excellent reason ? JKTwo secession members of the Ken tack v Logialature have been arrested. J. C. IJrockinridga OBcapod on Friday, or bo -would undoubtedly bave beea arretted ere this. The Great Rebellion. Progress the Work of Suppression. Dispatches from Kentucky announces that Zollicoffer has left Cumberland Uap to rcen forco Backner. Tho probability is that he has taken an important forco with him. An account is also givcu of an attack by tho rcb?ls nn a Union ennip at Mud Creek, an 1 their defeat. Iu tho absence of positive information, we suppoio that tli locality la at BIk Muddy Caock, width empties into Green river about thirty miles northwest of Bowling Green, and that tho camp was there to defend tho locks on Green river.- The effect of this fight and success is rally ing the Union men, who are coming in with their hunting rifles and shotguns. Tho ac counts from other pirts of Kentucky arc that the military spirit is becoming aroused, and tho Union nion more determined. A dispatch to the Go3ctte from Lexington, Ky., dated Sept. 29th, stales that tho Ohio 14th arrived that evening on their way to some point below, probably to intercept Humphrey Marshall and his forces. They were received by an immense crowd who cheered ths soldiers along their passage through the town. The Governor will probably send in sev end important bills with bis appioval, and the Legislature, after passing some impor tant measures, will adjourn about Wednes day next. Tho feeling against the traitor Buekuer increases daily, and a strong mili tary spirit begins to exhibit itself. The fed eral camp, Dick Robinson, at Swart-iviHe, it said to be threatened by a large rebel forco approaching from tee South. It seems that the surrender of Lexington lo tho rebels has emboldened them to pro ceed farther northward. Their destination is supposed to bo St. Joe. We sincerely hope that adequato mensurei will be speed ' ly taken to drive those marau hr from Mis souri Price's pathway is marked by a continuous scene of desolation and rapine that would disgrace the war trail on the Camanchos. It seems to bo certain that a great battle is on the tapis between the fast accumulating forces of Feomont and Price. A few straggling members of Cluib Jnck son's bogus legislature convened in some bar-room, perhaps, in Lexington, and passed an ordinance of secession. And this act will, doubtless, bo soberly (!) received by the thieving Confederates as sufiicient to remove Missouri out of tho United States and into the Southern Confederacy. Tho Governor of Kansas has ordered the enrollment of ull men between the age of 18 and 45 into companies, and the companies ire ordered to hold themselves in readiness for marching. Our latest advices confirm the report that tho rebels are unmasking their batteries on the Potomac, and have now tho control of the river. What courso tho government will adopt in this emergency remaina to be revcaieil. ii lit tnat tins obstruction can re main for any length of time, is entirely out of the question. And, from latest accounts, it si-ems doubtlul whether our water craft can bo brought to bear iu force HulHeiont to dislodge tho rebel forces. If such bo the case, a land force must be added; and this may have the ell'ect of bringing on a general engagement of tho armies of tho Potomac. Letter from Fremont. Just before leaving St. Louis for tii.i bat tle field Gen. Fremont wrote a lottcr to a friend iu New York, of which the following ST. Louis. Sept. 26, 1861. My Dear Sir: I kave at eight in tho morn ing, and send you this hurred note in the midst of tho last arrangements beforo start ing. Wc have to contend with an enemy having no posts to garrison, no lines of turns portatiou to defend or guard, whoes whole force can be turned at will to any one point, while wo have from Leavenworth to Cario, and from Fort Scott to Paducah, to keep pro tected. I wish to say to you, that though the posi tion is difficult., 1 am competent to it and to tho ennny in tho field. I am not able at the name time to attend to tho enemy at home. It is a shame to the country that an officer going into tho field, his life in his hand, solely actuated by the desire to serve Ins country anil win tor himself its trood opinions with no other object, should be destroyed by a system of concerted attacks utterly without foundation. Charircs are spoken ot when thoro aro no charges; ex lilanations where there are none to bo made What is the object of tho repetition of these lalsehoods, except to lanulianze the liunli mind to the idea that some thing is wrong? Already our credit, which was cood, is shaken in consequence of tho newspaper intimations of my being removed. Money now demanded by thou? furnish ing supplies, i o defend mvselt now would require the time that is necessary to and be longs to mv duty against tho enemy. 11 permitted by the country this stato ot things will not fail to bring on disasters. But 1 never would have been attacked iu mv capacity as an individual. 1 am an exponent of a part of tho force of the nation directed against the cneniv ol the country, hvcrytliing that is directed against mo is directed against it, and gives its enemy aid and comtort. My private character comes in only incidentally I de fend it because naturally his reputation is dear to any man but only incidentally. I Irs is tho foundation ot many of my acts, and will be if I stay here. Everything that hurts, impedes or embarrasses the work it trusted to mo, I strike it without hesitation. I tai;o tho conscpionces. Tho worst that can happen to ino is relief from groat labor. J. C. FREMONT. For the Journal. J. W. Bailey, Esq. Dear Sir: On the 12th inst. you published a c'lmniimicatioii over a fictitious signature wlueii, evidently, was intended to reuect upi n uu. It was accompanied by an editorial parjpraph stating that y.ur correspondents alone would be responsible for what tliey wrote, and tli.it you would not open your columns to persons fculing themselves iifprieved, unlets thfu had birn ftnt nt tnck'tl thruuijh ilie culumm of the litd. petii.L nt. Under tha position assumed by you, I bad u rifilit to de mand, and did demand, the name of your corns pondent. To this you did not accede," but after u deliberate prcpnra'ion of two weeks, you open your columns to a still more virulent mid discreditable attiick upon me. In tliis caso you Uko the respon sibility upon yourself, and seek to justify your course by stating you have pretty Siitifactory'evi deuce tiiat I was tlio author of several articles which appeared in one of tho Toledo papers, laM season, und that I also have the credit of contribu ting personal attacks tho columns of the Independ ent. Your reference to articles of last season will not do. In that you attempt to cbanfre your ground, which cann)t be suff. red at tltii tiino. You based your attacks upon wo became I had first niuuskcd oihvrt through th column of tfi Inirptnd'-.nt. Let us, therefore, first disnobe of theso latter, and then, it Dicct-esary, we will atteud to the articles published in tho Tviu-4. Your charpe that I bave made or contributed a personal attack upon any person, to or throneh the columns rif the Ivi-pfndmt, is totally, entirely and absolutely untrue, and why you bUould hnvij suffer ed yourself tc make an accusation which you could not know to be true, aud which 1 knuw to he falsa, I csnnot conceive, unless you lent a too willing and credulous ear to a few bad men who have banded blether to injure m and some others, because we wiil not uphold them in wrong doing. I demand of you to make food your charges by producing the proofs, otherwise, acknowledge as publicly as you have charged, that you have done uit injustice. A honorable two you cannot avoid duujg Ue oce or toe otW. Yours, &., f. Souxmcf . Read tho Wlowinir from the Hon. Morris Morris, formerly Auditor of the State of Indiana: iM'UXArrais, Sept. J, 1S5T. Pr. C. W, Koac Dmir tor t Having txoii troubled for several yar with extreme debility and weakness, so ninch so tint I was unable to at tend to my ordinary business at times, and having heard or the wonderful cures that your Scsndina. Tian BIwJ Purifier and Pills wen? coVeting, I wns Induce d by a friend to try them. I have been using the PiiriCcr for the last twelve months, and find the medicine fully equal to its reconitnvudatiuiis. So valuable is Its uo to me, that 1 can not now di peno with tho use of it at mr advanceJ age of life seventy-seven years. 1 cheerfully give this Information fr the benefit those similarly atToeted. Yours truly, Muhms Morhis. See aJvoitiseinint. S2w4 FicnAnrsox's Sukhrv Wins Dim:us. We are not in favor of nuiverl tmasting (a svstcin often unplovcd by others )nf tho celebrity or' this or that m.-dielno, and wo keep our praise until we have I'ositive knowledge of the Value or virtuo of an ar ticle. We jo. !ge of the tree by its Traits, and when we finl a medicine with really curative powers, we at onee dune and rucommend It to the public. In the pres'-nt Instance, we cordially recommend to our reader Or. Richardson's sherry wlno bitters. Wo know of nothing to xc.l this' for the objects It proposes to undertake. The Sherry Wine Hitters are for aato bv Pxt A H.wtLTotf. '22w4 It is not strange that lr. S. A. Weaver's Canker and Salt Ilheuui Syrup is so vorv popular. It Is really what it pretends to o. an" I cures rasjSrr, Slt Hheuni, r.risipola. S,.re Kves. Ac., lust an It says to do. It is tho product et unremitting toil and patient investigation of these diseases by a reirular physician a man ol cttetiMve practice, an honorable Christian man. It is just what the pub lio have long wanted; a medicine which thev could rely upon; which would not deceive or defraud suf fering humanity. We advise our friends to seek relief in the never-failing rvmedv, and speeililv i remove the evils which they havo so long Kutl'erwl. Sold by Puck & Hamilton'. 3:tw4 We take pleasure in calling attention to tho med icines advertised in our paper bv J. N. Harris A. Co., of Cincinnati. Perry laviV Pain Killer is well known to the public nnd needs no recommen dation from uh, as its good qualities in all cases have been generally testod. The Sherry Wiuo Bitters, in case of dyspepsia, jaundice, liver com plaints, and in all c.ises where a tonic is necessary, is highly recommended. Dr. Weaver's syrup slid cerate are desii nlile remedies iu rases arising from an impure state of Ihe bloid. The combined use of the two is said to result favorably in all cases. In tho above list tnav bo found a panacea for all diseases; try them. Mnustnn Star, Feb. l.Mh, lSfiO, Mansion, Juneau co., Wis. Sold bv 1'uck A Hamilton. " 22Wj. A Family Blessing. "fn lifting tlie kettle from the lire it caught and scalded my hands nn I person very severelv one almost to a' crisp. The toriure wu's unbearable. It was nn awful sight. 'f iU jus. tang Liniment appeared to abstract the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly and left no sear of account. Charles Foster, 420 lh-oad Street, Phila delphia." ltistrulvn wonderful article- It will heal any case of swell iug.bunis.stiirjoints.eniptinns or rheum uism. For horses it should never bo dispensed with. One Onllar's wi.rth of Mustang has frequently saved a valuable horse. It cures galls, sprains," ringbone, sparing and founders, lle waro ol iinitstion and counterfeits. A counterfeit was put iu circulation from St. bonis aud duly sup pressed. All geiiuin.- will hereafter bear the signatures of U. W. Westbrook, Chemist, and D. S. Harnes, Proprietor, with the words "Trade" "M irk," in two Medallions of the Federal currency. Tlir.it siies. Sold everywhere. 15w U. S. U .MINES-, New York. Mothers, read this. The following is nn extract from a letter written by the pastor ot u Haplist church to tho "Journal and Me.s"nger,'- Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks vol umes in favor of that world-renowned medicine Mas. Wisslow's Southing Svurr run imu.ntiKN TKKTM1SI1: "We see an advertisement in vonr columns of Mrs. mslnw s Southing Syrup. Now wo never sai l ft Word in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but wo feel compelled to say to our readers, that this is no humbug we iiavk Tltucn IT AMD know it to ii b all it claims. It is, probably, oik; of the most successful medicines of the day, be cause it is one of the best; nnd those of your ro'aders who havo babies can't do better thaii tolav in a supply. -19-ly. Who i 31m Wiiiblow ! As this uuestion is freouentlv nsked. wo n-ill simply say that she is a lady, who, for upwards of iinriy years, nits untiringly tievoteil lier time and tal. Tits, as a female physician and nurse, principally ninong children. She has especially studied the constitution and w ants uf this umueYoiis class, so giner.illy overlooked, or carelessly treated bv the faculty in too many instances; and ns a result of Huh ull.irt, and practical knowledge, obtained in a lil'eliuiii spent as u nurse and physician, she has compounded a Soothing Syrup for children teething. It operates lik magic - giving rest and health, and is, moreover, sure to regulate the bowels. In con sequence of this article, Mrs. Winslow is becoming world-renowned as a benefactor of her race j chil dren certainly do rise up und bless her; especially is this the caso iu this place. Vast quantities of the Soothing Syrup nro dailv sold and used here. It has got to bo a common rem u k, "I bad rather de pend on Mrs. Winslow 's Soothing Syrup for mv children, than to havo the united advice of the med ical faculty of the city." We think Mrs. Winslow has immortalized her name by this invaluable arti cle, and we sincerely believe 'thousands of children havo h .-oil s.ivo I from an early grave by its timely use, no I that millions yet unborn will sliaro its beii ulits, and unite in calling her blessed. No UOTIIRK has discharged her duty to her suffering litllo ont), in our opinion, until she has given it the- benefit of Mrs. Winslow's Smithing Svmp. Trv it, mothers thv it Now. Ladies' isi'tor.N.Y. Citv. lVml SPECIAL NOTICES. I M 1 U It T A X T T F K M A I, K S I 1 IK. CIllCKSKMAN'S PIJXS. Prepared by Cornelius Cheesemaii. M.l. New York City. The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the result of a long and extensive nractice. Thev nro mild in their operation, and certain in corroding all irregularities, painful Menstruations, removing all obstructions, whuther from cold or otherwise; head ache, pain tho side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous iilleetioiiK, hysterics, fatigue, pain the back and limbs, Ac, disturbed sleep, which nrrise from inteiTtiptiou of nature. To Maiiiukii I.aoies. Dr. Chcesemm's Pills are invaluable, ns they will bring on the monthlv-period with regularity. Women who hnvo been 'disap pointed in the use of other Pills can place the utmost confidence in Dr. Checseman's Pills doing all they represent to do. Notick. Yhcra is one condition in the female sys tem in which tho Pills cannot be taken without pro ducing a I'KCL'l.iAK iiksi'lt. The condition referred to is I'Iikonacv and the result, MiHCAHIU auk. Such is tho invsistalile tendency of the nidrlicinc to re store the sexual functions to a normal couditinn,tbnt even the reproductive power of nature cannot resist it. Warranted purely vegetable, and free from any thing injurious. Explicit directions, which should be rend, accompany each box. Price $1. Sent by mail on enclosing SI to Dr. Cornelius L.C'hecseman, box 4. Ml, Post-office, New York City. Jy.Sold by one Druggist in cverV town in tho U.S. H. 1). HUTCIIINS, General Agent for the IT. S., No, U Broadway, To whom ull orders should bo addressed. For sale by Put'K4 H amilton, Perrysburg. 42-ly " - - 1 PARK'S PKICKbY PI.ASTKKS. They Impart Strength j they Annihilate Pain. I T lieso delightful plasters vield readily Park 's Patent Horns Prickly Plasters Aro Sold l!y all Dealers From 1 to 2VT Dimes. to tho motion of tho body, absorb pcrspi .ration ami inrow on an tne ntiensive leoogulatcd impurities of tho system. IThey should bo used for all Chronic : Pains, Fuintncss. Dyspepsia, Colds, Con sumption, Rheumatism, Female Weak Iness, etc. They retain their active prop erties when other Plasters are n,eless,and I where applied pain cannot oxist. Every family should havo them. Ono sizo on 'cloth, three sizes on leather. Sample sent bv m til, on receipt of 25 cents. U.S. 1IAHXK.S. 13 A IS Park RowN.Y. April, 13H 4!)ly. a?JjyfceitqaBa-w. DIED. .T. Franklin, infant son of John W. and Emma V. Pailcy, of cholera infantum, Sept. 2rtth, agod eight months and nine days. Mr. ami Mm. Bailey tender their hoart fc 1ft thanks to the mnny kind friends who aided Ihem in the hoiiroffrickneHB; and also to those who so kindly attended tho funeral of their only loved one. En sin could blight, or sorrow fade, Death came with friendly care Tbe opening bud to Heaven ronvey'd, And bade it blossom there. MARKETS. Perrysburg Market. conarerED wbksiy ar r. . millii 4 co. Wheat Van 85frf.UA flour tfbrl ii&bV Wool 2i)va.'7 Hamslb IVadflo Tallow lp lb 8c Shoulders VXb 80 RyVbu Sue Toultrv VIb .... 53.5c Corn fl bu . . . . 2 V27o Eggs do 7r38 Oat $ bu 16(.ruu Feathers 2) H ' 5i0 PntatorsbU'.SO-r42ia Oreen nUo3Kb.. -M4 Butter $tt.... 8t2!lta Fa.lt hrl i $1.74 Lixdtt) Co Clovet Seel ? bo J3. W THE LATEST NEWS. 'PnC riRST dHa.tU ARM T A I, I the Tho 4rnt Dry Good Dnrutirl COMPETITION DKFIKD! GOODS FOR THE MILLION ! I'. It. mill i: It X CO., would ruspnctfully announce to the citiiuns of PERRYSBURG AND VICINITY, That they have just received direct from Now York a largo and well selected assortment of now and CHEAP DRY GOODS ! FOU TIIK SPRINO AM) SUMMER TRADE. Comprising ull tho leading styles of Fancy, Staple aud Domestic Dry Uood. NEW HTYI.KJ1 OF CAPES AND MANTILLAS Ladies' Goods, HOOP SKIRTS, SHAWLS, HOSIERY, ETC., ETC. , Y E R Y CHEAP. Dry Goods, Oroccriee, Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boot and Shoes, Hardware, t Crockery, Ac, And, In fact, everything urually kept is a FIRST-CLASS STORE, All cf which will be s"ld st extri"rdinry LOW PRICES. EtyXotios our Markst repone iu to day 'a paper. We boy sad tell io fcardiace with the prices giv en. tSTKmKHai'tx Cjfi pUoe, F. R. MWcr A Co., op tysjit tc Pirtrtnyjr Pauk Building JVnrsburp, Viy Ji MEDICINAL. U SIVEP.SALI I'M VERS AL ti in Tim rnaisK op rR. O. S RICHARDSON'S ' NMfcltRY W1NH UlTTERfl The t'etrbraU-d Now England Brniody for Hiihitunl CouKttpntinn. Jaundice, Fever and Ague, Oenrrat Debility, ami all other DisoHsce arising from Disor- -dercd Stomach, Eiver, or Dowels. '. They are nswl and recommended by the leading Physh iaus of the country, and all who try them prvnounce them invslunhle. Dr. JAMES L. LEl'I.KK, writes from Navarre) Stark Co., Ohio, "the flitters are highly praiaud by thoso suiTeriug from indigestion, dyspepsia and liver complaint." b. S. Davis, Postmaster at WII iumsport, Ohio, ays. "they give great satisfaction. 1 use thcta myself, having ftken cold, become prostrate sod lost mv pvetne. It relieved me. and I can recom mend it with great assurance of its merits." In. Wm. M. Kiikb, of Hogersvillc, Ind., writes its that they are the uiest vnlunble medicine ofllrcd. Uo tins rct miucnded them w ith grent success, sad with them made several cures of palpitation of the heart and guner.il debilitv. Thomas St asm oiiii, l!sq., Uloimtsvillo, rtenry Co., Ind.. w rites long letter, under date of JUav 4, 18011. Ho was linieh reduced, baring 1 n sHJicled for three Tears v. ith great liei vious debility, palpi tation cl the heart of tiie most severe and proslrwtmir chara.'Ur. "utter using a few bottles I was Co'i. plctelv restored, and am now In robust health." J. V. Hint writes from Deh.hoi. Allen Cii.nM,. (a section where Fever Hiid Ague prevails,) that ha most chcrlully rocommeiHU them of decided merit I in all cases of riiVKR ami auvk. PYsrurerA. and OFNKMAI. UKRILlTV. 1). K.O.MtAilKRS. M. I)., writes from Van Wert, Ohio, "1 most respectfully recommend the Sherry Wine Hitters to ihe notice of Dyspeptic persons, and to all who require a stimulating medicine. 81 I'll NF.WS WE AUK RKCElVlNO DAILY. ITI.I. DttlimoNK At'CO.MrAXV EACH DOTTLX, Sold bv dealers in medicines generally, l'lice la rent cr boMlV. J. X. HAKUIy, Cincii.Ti.iti, Ohio. General Agents for the Sou'hcrnand Western StstM. For sale by Peck X. Hamilton. l'crrvbiirg,Ohio F. Itocsiugi-r, Freedom; S. L Hough'ton, Howling tliven; H. Uurrett, Maumeo, D. II. Miner, Toledo; W, D. Moore. Sylvunia: A. K. Jerome, New West field; A. J. Gardner (.., Oilcad. 2wtye pVKUY BODY'S FRIEND, Kvcry boly lina it, Every body uses It, PER 11 Y DAVIS' VKOErAHLK PAIN KILLER, TIIK UHIVT FAMILY MK.nif'IXC. Taken Internally, it cures sadden Colds, Coughs, &c, Weak leinach. General Debility, Nursing SSoro Month, Canker, Liver Complaint, Dvspepsia. or Indigestion, Cramp and l'uin in the Stomach, Rowel Complaint, Painter's Colic, Asiatic Cholera, Diarrhea and Dysentery. Applied Externally, cures Felons, Roils, and Old Sores, Severe Rums, Scalds. Cuts, Rruises and Sprains. Swelling of the Joints, Ringworm aud Tetter, Rrokon llreast. Frosted Feet aud Chillblains, Toothache, Pain in the Face, Neuralgia and Khcn Biatism. It is a sure remedy for Ague, and Chills ami Fever, Pain Killer, taken Internally, should be adulter-' ated with milk or water, or nnido into a srup with molasses. For u Congh, a few drops on sugar eaten will be more elleclivc than anything els. See printed directions which accompany cact bottle. What stronger proof can be produced than tho following letter received, unsolicited, from Rov, W, 1). Jacobs : Newark, N. .f., June C, 18(10. Mrssi.riituY Davis A Son Gentlemen Allov? me, unsolicited, to semi you 11 word of commenda tion for your Pain Killer. I bave used it in my family these several years, and found it all it claims to be. For liheuiniitism. Coughs, Colds. Bums, Cholera tendencies and dillicullics. as well as dis eases generally that prevails in families, I regard the Pain Killer as beyond ull price, and as effica cious beyond any medicine within my knowledge. We keep it as onr chief family medicine, nnd lind its use in ordinary 'cases worth more thun any doctor. Tbe testimony of others among mv ac quaintances and friend's is equally favorable. Slanv clergymen have spoken of it in 'the highest term's as 11 family medicine. Missionaries in repealed in stances have saiil to me in person and in their letters, that tho Pain Killer was by far tho best mcdieinu used iu heathen lands, and they use it for themselves and families, anil n.hninistcr it to others around tin-in. Thus much I 11 in inclined to snv as an act of justice to vours. I ws, unil as a Ivneii't to others. You aiv at liberlv to use this testiimonial, if of any service. REV. W. JACOBS, Late Editor Cl.ri.itiati Chronicle. NEWARK OK" ALT, IMITATIONS! Cai'tius. -The public will be cautious that they' get the genuine Pain Kilhr ns some unprincipled men, line that name for their own worthless com pounds, iu so doing they ilecievc tho community -and infringe upon the "Tiiaiik Maiik" of Terry Davis. Genuine, Perry Davis' Tain Killer sold by all respectably Druggists. Directions accompany each Isitlle. Price Uiic., 5Uc. and l per bottle. J, X. HARRIS A CO., Proprietors for the WuMcrn und Southern States, ,, , , Cincinnati, (,- tor siile, wholesale end retail, bv l'eck A Ham ilton, Purryslnng: Frederick Rosingcr, Freedom: Sv L. Houghton. Rowling Green: N. Grahiilmun, Por tage: D. II. Miner, Toledo; W. D. Moore. Sylvanio;' est A Truasc. Toledo; A. K. Jerome, Now West field. A. J. Gardner & Co., Gilond. 2wtye 1? L M - G R O V E INSTITUTE) H A Nil NORMAL SCHOOL, MAUMEK CITY OHIO. The Fall Term of the second year of thhi Institu tion will commence on .MONDAY. Al'GCST 2fi. The Institution is furnished with a full corpse of qualified mil experienced Teachets. Arrnngcmeiits are made for exietisive and systematic courses of Classical und Scientific study. Classes will bo' formed for those who aro preparing to teach the en suing w inter. A course of Lectures will be deliv ered on subjects of interest mid importance to teach ers. Board iu good families, or rooms for Folf bearding ran be obtained on Very liberal terms. For further particulars see circular, or address the Principal. J. W. HIETT, August M, l-14w.1. ManmceCity.O. piidt'LAR PACKET, Perrysburji nnd Toledo. TheSteamer"REI.LE," R. C. Lock Master, wilv make two trips a day between Pvrrrsbur and To do during the season. The bout will leave I'errvs hurg 'it H o'clock, 11. in., and 2 o'clock p. m. Return ing, will leave Toledo ut 11, a. 111., and 5:00 p. m.- OALE OF REAL ESTATE. Br virtuo of atf J order of tho probuto court of Craw ford county Ohio, I will offer for sale on tho 1 2lh day of October, 1801, between 10 o'clock a. it. and 4 p. in., the fol lowing described lands, situate in Wood county, O.y tn-wit: the nvli of the 110 of sec. 27, tp. 3, north of range 12 cast: also the sw)4 of the lie'! of s?C. Il l, tp. :i, north of range 12 aforesaid. Sale to take' place 011 the premises. Terms, cash, in one, and ! fj in two years, with interest from duv of sale. J. S. SilSIXGEK, adni'rof D. Ayers, dee'd, nn I guardian of Marv Avers, ' Sept. 6th, lHtJl H'lw4i ROAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the Commissioners of Wood county havrf granted un order for u view nnd surver of a nro- j posed county road, commencing on the line between oon onu 1 lancocK counties at tnepost Between see lions eiand :tt). Bloom two. in said Co.; thence north on the section line six miles and there to terminate: and that tho vixwers and surveyor will meet at tho house of Jonathan Myers on the 1 lrh dur of October next. I. D. RRON.SOX, principal pet'r. Sept. 7, 1SIS1 1S l$l 00. P O U T M KI G S X I- R S K K Y . As the r.en.Min is npToaching for the transplant ing of trees, Ac, we beg to call the attention of those inti rested to our largo und well selected stock: ef Trees and Shrubbery, Consisting in part of Apple, Pear, Peach, Finn, Cherry, Apricots, Quince, Raspberries, Rluekbt-rres, (toosbcrries, Currants, Pie-Plant, Grapes, Ac. Wn li.v.i a I'.ill -,...... , i i.l : '.v . 1 . m wmui .111,-111 A l.lll, UIIMUICIIIII ! and Evergreen Trees, which we will sell at war Office at the Perrysburg Bank Ruildiug, Perrrg burg, Ohio. Give us a call. I8wtf I -s a if u i. n n a t r 1 Not I co is hereby given that I will sell to the highest responsible bidder 011 the 12th day of Octo ber, 1811, between the hours of 13 o'clock m. and 4 o'clock p. m. of said day, seventy acres of land, partly improved, situated in Bloom township, it being part of tbe north, south-east of section 35, in township 3, north of range II east ) to be sold oa tho rrcmisit.. C nations i One-third down, the bal.tDco in two citial payments with interest, se cured by mortgage on tho land. SARAE NEEDUAM". September ISth, 1881 20w4 SCHOOL EXAMINERS' NOTICE. Tho Board will hold their nejet regular session for tho examiuation of Teachers, ss follows: Porryshurg, first Tuesday in October. West Millgrove, first Tuesday in November. Rowling Green, first Tuesday in December. Perrvsburg, fu st Tuesday ia January, ( 1812 . In addition u tbe usual course. Teachers will bere ftr be examined in American History-. No applicant w-illbeexamiaed who is not present punctually at 9 o'clock, a. m. J. yr, WoosrT, Clerk.