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Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. WOt0 SOCTH. Vhrbt Kp..io 2J r. M, Mail 10:49 A. M Freight 6:1.1 . jc OOtVO KORTft. KhtEip.-..-3:3 A. M Mail i-M p. u. Freight 7:22 r. x. Wood! Wood!! Wood!!! Any Amount of good "-rood wanted at this office on subscription. Xow is iho time to bring it in. All kinds of fruit, sweet and Irish pota toes, fowls, corn, oats, hay, and in fact nl fnoBt any article, of ptoduco also taken ou subscription. : tt"!Aii article prcpaied for this ihsuo, re ferring to the county printing, Ate, is Una voidably deferred for another week. Wood! Wood!! Wood!!! Dr. J . F. McMillen Will bo at Pcrrysburg again, at the Ex change Hotel, on Saturday, October 2C Consultation and advi-e free. Law Partnership. be soon by their curd in another column, Messrs. Cook and Bell have formed ft partnership for tli'o practice uf law offim.' above Hitchcock's store. Fresh Supply of Goods. Dr. Hamilton has just returned from the .East with a largo supply of drugs, groceries. etc., which ho is prepavol to sell at very low rates. Call and see them. How to Get Blanket. A friend suggests that tlie way lo f'ct blankets for Iho nnnv is to seiid to the hotis- s of citizens for them. Wo suggest that they send committees of ladies. Tftci will "etch" them. At Head Quarters. Gen. noustoa has a large stock of groco- t ics and dry goods of good quality, which lie is selling at very low figures for cash. He also takes nil kinds of produce in ex change for goods. Farmers will do well by giving him a call. What the Ladies can do. The lad ies of Cleveland have a Soldiers' Aid Society, which, on Monday of last week, sent off to the hospitals in Western Virginia and at Cairo, supplies, the raw material of which cost 31,200. They are preparing to lo even better than this in their nest grand shipment. Common Pleas Judge. county, the vote stood : For Whiteley, Union candidate, 2,81C ; Sutton, democratic, 318. In Putnam county : For Whiteley, Union, ".10; Sutton, democrat, SO!). Iu Wood county: For Whiteley, (no oppo sition) 1522. Making Judge Whiteley'u nia jority 4,001 in this Judicial District. The 57th Regiment. The Fiudlay Jiffersonimi says the compa nies that have reached there belonging to this regiment, are now in camp, their tents having arrived. Active efforts are bciiit made to recruit the regiment. The county has already been so thoroughly canvassed, that it is now a matter of some diilicuity U raise recruits. The 21st Regiment. There having been considerable strife as to what company should receive tiie first position, and as it is a matter of inquiry in regard to the regimental order of the sever al companies, the Fiudlay Jcjfcrsonian pub lishes the following dispensation of the AJ jutaut General of Ohio: Company A, Captain Stoughton. F, Alban. D, I. H, K, K, G, n. Kwing. Gibbs. McMuhun. Camticld. Catou. Arrants. Cusic. Walker. Stoves, Haredware.&c. V't tako pleasure iu calling the attention of or loaders to the advertisement of AiesbiB. tostwick & Tyler, in another col umn. They hvo now got fitted up in Brown Hunt's new building, adjoining the old I'crrysburg Bank, and in tho line ot hardware, &c., are piepared to duplicato Toledo prices. The people of this vicinity have long felt the necessity of such an es tablishment, and will no doubt give it the encouragement of their hearty support. Stoves are hero kept in endless variety, which cannot fail to suit the most fastidious. Those who wish to get a good and cheap article Bhould not fail to givo them a call before purchasing elsewhere. Ladies' Aid Society. On Monday last, the ladies of Perrysburg held a meeting at the Court House, for tlie purpose of forming on Aid Society for the relief of our volunteers, many of whom arc 'reported to be sadly in want of clothing. Tho meeting was organized by calling Put- rick Slovin, Esq., to tho Chair, who stated the object of the meeting to bo to take meas ures for the relief of our bravo volunteers. They aro in want of skirts, undershirts, socks, mittens and blankets, and as the gov ernment is .unable to fill the demand, Aid Societies have been formed throughout the country for that purpose. Tho matter is one that appeals to tho heart of every pa triot A committee of five were appointed, whose duty it is made to be nt the Spafford Exchange for the next three days, and re ceive contributions of money and articles. On Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock there will be a meeting of tho ladies of Perrys burg at the Exchange, and it is expected there will be a largo turnout. Now, ladies, we earnestly appeal to you, inbohalf of our poor, sufforing soldiers.who are fighting our country's battles, amid all tho privations and hardships that can pos sibly bo endured, to aid in this matter. Pro cure every article of clothing that you pos sibly can, and send it to the Aid Society, who will 6co that is properly disposed of. To those who may not happen to have any clothing on hand, we would say that they ei.. help in the matter by helping to nrikc up into garmouta the goods that have been procured for that purpose. What is the Pbice? No matter what it costs D. B. De Land & Co.'s Chemical Salcra tus is the choapest and best S-ilcratus you can buy at any prioe. It is worth more than the price of a pound for the orst batch of biscuit which you make witu it, ana a pound will save you more flour and more ware aua tear ot your pai.ence man ten pounds cost. Dou't bo without it for the worto. IfiyTbe wife and family of General Roso- oraos are making X? UowBrrings their hed- era w Wanted for the Regimen. Col. Nortor. Th Chaplain, El ler 5klnmr, and Surfron Amos hay..cnt.ryqUe.tror Hospital Stores, consi.tmg of such articles Ooferomant cannot yet supply. for th bem fit of th tick and wounJcd soldiors of tin 21st Rort. She articles most oesded art sheets, hlf-trlJth, pillow-cases, shirfa and drawers, (large and loos,) towels, fruit preserved, Canned and dried, frape wine in small battles, scraped lint, old linen, ban dages three and four inches wide and Pur to sii feet lung, rolled, and anrthimr thut will add to tb eoinforti.f the aick. It Is expected that all who hare friends snd ot menus to me iiej,im nt wm con nbnte a nttie. ihs Ch-plain and Surpecn bec-ominjr responaibls for el. TUo friends of tho rcspectire e mpsnies enn se lect ino pUco and pvrtn to receir cmtriLutions and park thm. nnd tho park.-frrs can b.' forward ed to ' Rev. II. C. Skinner, Chaplain 21st IKgt. O. V. M.," whon he uiiks known tho pluco of en cam) tncnt. Tiiu boxes should be plainly marked and en crsed 'Hospital Stores." Fiudlay, Fostoria and nil newspapers in bounds uf the Regiment pletisi copr. Advcriisin. Advertisements are made for the purpose of niakiug facts known that the advertiser has certain wares to sell, end thereby to in duce tho public to purchase, and so lxr it is for tiio benefit of the seller. But there is an other fact which is equally certain, but not as generally recognized, viz: tnat the pur chaser is also benefitted. In the first place, the advertisement informs him where he can find tlie article ho wants, find l.istly, its ul moit invariably tho case that the men who advertise tho most largely will sell the most largely will sell tlie cheapest. The p&:nc spirit of enterprise which prompts a merchant to advertise, also prompts him to sell tit as small a profit us he can afford, iu order to increase the amount of his sales, au l to secure the bebt paying customers. Tho smaller the comparat.vo profits of a merchant, and the cheaper ho sells, the more cautious is he to sell to those who pay bct, and consequently he loses less by bad debts than others who sell po'ids at high prices to doubtful men, and who do not advertise at all. Purchasers may feel morally certain that it is to their interest, in almost every case to buy of thoso who advertise most liberally. Those who advertise the most, sell the most j and those who sell the most can afford to sell the cheapest. Header, if you would buy a good as well as cheap ar ticle, look to tho columns of your home newspaper for tho business man always advertises and you will soon perceive the difference us compared with tho business niMi who tries to get. along without letting tho people know anything about his bus. -tiess. Camp Correspondence. CAMP NOLIN, 49th Reg't O. V. U. S. A. CAMP NOLIN, 49th Reg't O. V. U. S. A. October 14th. 1861. Ed. Joi-rx.u.: Our sojourn on Mnldraugh's inn wasnoiattcmie.i w.iluu ytli.ngrema- lime in tne amni'.H oi war. i rue, we dnlK i mounted guard, (regular and picket.) and were out in scouting parties. We beliow our drilling has been of siueh a nature us to prcpa-e in for efficiency a3 sol liors ; for. from line of battle wo have formed a solid square against cavalry in fii'tecn seconds. On tho 7i'i inst., Major L. Drake led a (.coining puny or i niy-:our men, aieJ suc ceeded iu taking twelve prisoners. The scouting was skillfully conducted, but the scouts failed to capture the leader of "Se cesh" iu t'.iat vicinity. Among the captives were three brothers who had taken an oath never to bo taken alive, but it appears they concluded that a bad promise was better broken than kepi. Some of these prisoners had previously taken the " oath of allegi ance," but upon its being tendered, the en tire company took and re-took the same, and were qll dismissed on their promise of good behavior iu the future. This course of pro ceeding may be riht, but it causes some murmuring among the soldiers. Tho evening of the 9th, we received or ders to prepare one day's rations and to be ready to march by six o'clock next morning. We have not received till of our baggage wagons, und were not prepared to move; yet our officers said wo would go if we could be allowed to lead the column. This was granted, and the 40th was ready to march in due time. Wo made an easy march of ten miles, and at one o'clock, p. m., wc encamped in a beautiful country on tho banks of the Nolin river. Wo were the first iu this camp, and remained alono only until accompanying regiments could march in. There are 1G,000 men here at present, and additional regiments arriving daily. A few hours before our arrival, a marauding band of rebels were here and robbed a Union man of five horses ; and worse yet, pressed two of his sons into their ranks. Gen. Ibickncr sent word to Gen. Rosscau that he would allow him four days to retreat U'-ross the Ohio. Our t'mo is nearly up and no preparations are made to leave, and the probability is that we shall await extreme measures; tor in our breaking we were not taught to lack, and we aro not likely to do it now. Buckncr is said to be entrenched at Bowling Green with a force of twenty thousand men; but we think wc have relia ble information that he ha3 less than ha'f that number, poorly armed and clothed and nearly without discipline. This may lead us to underrate our foe, but wo intend to bo prepared to meet them, if they aro a formid able host. On tho 12th inst., forty of our cavalry en countered two hundred rebel cavalry, killed five men, captured seven horses, and routed tho remainder completely, "nor lost a single man." Gen. McCook arrived yes'erday ond takes command of this brigade. la case ot uc.u (11 of war news, 1 may at a future timo givo yiu a description of the country through which wo past, and its inhabitants. A. P. DONALDSON. EsSyTho rebels continue to recede from Washington, and oa Saturday were within two miles of Bull Huu and but te.n frn M.t r:s.""' Junction. Gen. McCallan was fol lowing them up cautiously. BP5.Tho examination of Court, the Marlon Knuut, has been coticlu led, and thedefend aut bound over for ti iaJ. e3Judge- .Morton, of Erie county, was knocked down and robbed of a gold watch a purse of money, and other valuables. SftThore are now 1800 men employed at Wasliingtoa navy yu cL teiyVermont is raising her sixth reg' ment. There- are six huudre 1 men eorelle ', and they go into caxnp at Moctpollor thi weak. e-Ths report that Uth bad socel proves falso. IJrighiua is yet true to ti Onion. Letter from Camp. Fnr (Via ffdln ' ntr nfrttr.fa f.-nm m :,.. if, . ,. , r .i . , n , 7 f Xi mcmW" f lo 'T7 21 St regiment, to Mr. E. 0. Grif. fin, of this plae, we are indebted to tho idness of tho latter naroo.1 frentlcnvin. CAMP DUDLEY, Lexington. Ky., Oct. 16. j We left Camp Donnison on the rrorniii;; of the 3d hut. for Camp "Tom Lotoher," near Kicholnville, Ky., whero we 1 ftrr vc ' -'th. I was not very well plca j ed with tic journey, for we had to ride on ; SiHond eitns freight cms for two days. Left ichoiasvillc yesterday morning for th's ,,lac0. M.trchoJ all the way on a hard stone rond, distance of fiil'teen miles, arriving bore at 4 p. m., very tired, I assure you. Had a very pleasant w.dk ths afternoon to Lexington Cemetery, whero lies tho great -. A . - .r r- ..... i t . . . ii Bimesiimu ot ncniucKy, iienry uiay. li s monument is a splendid one, beiilj; 114 V.J feet high, with h.s statue on top, overlook ing that beautiful city of Lexington. The Cemetery is filled with evergreens and some very costly monuments. The Ciay monu ment cost S 100.000. I dare sny, too, that Lexington contains tho prettiest women I ever saw. It was all I eoiill do to keep in tho ranks, when seeing those pretty ones waving handkerchiefs and cheering us, as wo marched through the strecU of Lexing ton. You speak of its being coM at home. Well, now it is as waini here as it wus in Perrysburg, in August, f r we th ill every day with our blouses oil', and sweat at that. Those stamps you sent came very bandy, in deed, as we have to pay five cents & piece (or stamps to Sutlers, that being the only place you can get them. Wo don't expect to stay here but a few days; whet: we will leave tor Olympian Springs a dis tance of about 7o miles iu search of Secesh. It is rumored that there are about .'.i."'0(i rebels there of the sauciest kind. We will be assisted by Col. Stoadman of tho Mth! and by Col. Bra.iley of tho 28th, besides u batterv of artulerv. Wo'il attend to their case. Iho people about here and Nicholas villo are all for the Union, excepting a few, but they keep mighty quiet. There was a fellow in camp a few days ago who thicat ened to poison the well, but no sooner hud our Captain heard of it, when he was in '"sarch ob clat indiwidooal." Having found him, lie put hint into the guard-houso and examined. Not linHing anything about him that would poison, tiia Captain released him with the advice never lo enter our camp again. The fellow put and I have not seci. him since. I had the pleasure of seeing the "Hero of Fort Sumptor" Sat urday of last week Gen. Andereon. We were brought out and formed into line o; battle, when Col. Ncibling introduced him t us. Col. Norton being abs-.nt. lie ad dressed us in a veiy few words, said tha: he was very sorry that he could not be wit;, us, but his prayers should be with us, etc. I suppose- you have heard that he has re Bigi,o.l agaiu and that Geo. M.tchell snpe ee Ic- lii:n. lours, iVc, G. S. Tno Lexington Obwrver of Saturday, re ports the regiment as having gone to Ulym p.au Springs. Ed. Those Inducements," The cd.tor of the Independent, in referring tj tl e controversy between the Journal and mi. iiooeoucch, KMtt. wcck, i.mjk occasion to say he hoped the inducements held out to us, would cuUriO us to cease further remarks a'.jout that individual. At the instance ol Iliggins, some of hie FriJsy men have at tempted lo niuzide the Journal by threats ot Violence to our person; but there is not out among tho whole c.ew, in liv, dually or col lectively, i iclu ling the incorrigible ILggim. iiinisult', that can bring such inducements to bear as will prevent its at any time from speaking of such mon and measures us we see fit; and, if they tuink differently, just lei t iem undei take to try it on. That wc were ii. Iluenced in our rcinaiks by threats is an un qualified falsehood, and lhggins knew it at the fine. As one of the objects in starling tho Independent wan to traduce the churuc tjr of honest men, who did not exactly come up to i7s standard of propriety, it seems al together gratuitous, not say in very iil grace, for it to complain on this score. J5'We cominciul the following prompt and appropriate action of the Miami Coc.vrv Mii.iranv Committeb to the attention of the Committees thioitghout the State. Tho work is needed, and can be done, if the Com mittees take it promptly in baud : An Appeal for Aid foroui S !diei-. In accordance with tho Proclamation of G jvernor Donnison, of the 11th inst., tiie undersigned, Military Committee of the cout. ty, would respectfully, but earnestly, call on the people ot the county to come to the re lief of our suffering Soldiers. Wo do notj propos? to specify individual casts; wc know there is great destitution in our army, not uecauso 1110 uovornrneni is unanio 10 pav.but because the ARTICLES CAN NOT lib. Pl'KCUAtlED. When, therefore, we arc assured, as we are, by the Governor, that tiie appropriation mailo liv the Li'iriKlature to aid the United yf.lt08i ; Bending troops into the field, is exhausted, anil that tho man l.ty ot the r ed oral Government to furnish Blankets to our soldiers, leaves no alternative to the Exec utive of this Suite but a direct appeal lo tiio people, we trust that no apology, on our part, is necessary for this urgent and im perative call, not only for your sympathy but for "Material Aid' not in nionev but in BLANKETS, FLANNEL S II I 11 T S . DKAWEHtf. SOCKS and GLOVES. These ll'tieles it is proposed to eollect immediate - ly that they may bo forwarded w.tliout de- lay. und for tho purpose of expeditin- the ...j-, 011 . v .u . 1 j work, tha county has been districted, und committees assigned to each, so that d.reet application may be mado to every family W'e cannot doubt a promi't ond genorous response in aid of our brothers, bous and husbands. M. G. MITCH EL, JAMES M. ROE, JOHN WIGGIM, W. V. CKANK. ciiAS. Moanis. Pv. l. docglaps, JOHN HAUllISON, Military Com. of Mhuni county. October 14, lbb'l. NEW GOOIS. SKW I'ATTKItXS, ETC., AT SUERWOOD'S. Everything rich, rare., and beautiful in Millinery, Ladies' Furnishing Goods, L ices, Embmi lerius, Dress and Cloak Trimminjr, Gloves, Hosiery, Voi-st-eds, Chenels, Woolen Yarns, Worsted patterns, Slipper patterns, Worsted work, etc. lrets au 1 Clouk in&kinp; iu all its various branch es. Cutting and fllting done, to or lor on short no tice. Patterns for all tbo latest designs for cluuks, mantillas, sleeves, aprons, sackt, etc., etc. 11AT3 AND FLATS BLEACHED, colored an J protsed into auy of tha faUiouable shapes. Tracing for all kinds uf embroidery on flannel, moriuoj, bi'k, Tel vet, etc. Piuking, atitchio;, quilt ing done to order 00 abort uodce. I'luiiao call and examine, our assnrtmoot nf now gooda, fur ant eoofi Wat that we eao pWae all who favor ui with tbuir pstrooairs MH. 4 MRi. SUERWOOD, OotlM-B3b Il yauii&.,TUJo,0. Cafeteria Election The Alt Cd'ornim of Sjptenibir 21st, contains nearly coru-jleto returns from tho recent Sr.to slecliou. Tho vote for Govern or sunn n-ji tatiford. hepub'icfti, 53,191 Conner. Union Democrat, 20 810 M.tottwll. Pi-eckinri Igo Dcm. 8'2 jo Union tnaj. f2,C99 Stanford's plurel.ty, 21. Santa Barbara county mJ t few sca'.'.et , ing district! to bo beard from. The next Sonato will ba cotnpoFcd t follows: n.-pnb. Union Dm. Creek. Dcm. uou ever . tt 4 Newly chosen 15 8 3 Total, 17 16 7 Tlie Assembly is largely IlepubLcan. Iowa and Minnesota Erections. The result ol the el et ons in these young Slates on the 8th of Ootobsr, was n snbsin- tial Union triumph iu both. Gov. Kirk- wood is recti c d in low.t by an increase t majority. Ho is a tho o-tg't Union llepubli can, and has devoted his efforts to placing l .'wa on a proper war footing in the contest with rebellion. Tho vote iu M.nnesota is smaller than usual, and yet the pafriotic 11c pnblir.au Governor Ramsey is chosen iv;ain by a majority greater thm two yenis n.io. M.nnesota his not b.0! b.v.kw.ir.1 w!un regiments were called for, an 1 Governor llamsay has ciltclei.tly sustained the Fedvial Government and the reputation of Minnesota. The Result. Tho result of tho Into Siute election is not yet definitely ascertained. TLe official re rums from 77 counties, show a majority for Tod of Cl,."fi3. ! ITA-The Government lias jut nent an a gent to K iropo to buy blankets a id other winter clothing, which our mauufactiucs cannot furnish, for the army. Jrfy-The Mansfield Herald statoi that Col. Sherman is jretling along with ureat raridi- ly with his brigade. Over lf-00 have been sworn iu, and additions are daily made. a?Tho Columbus Fact understands thut under the new system of recruiting, an ef fort is to be ma.lo to increase the force ot Ohio, in the field, to 100 regiments. T?XTIip digest of Southern News by way Louisville, contains additional rebel de tails ol the attack on Wilson's Zouaves at Pensaeolu. ttrTA-Official reports from tho fleet at New Orleans, state the disaster consisted of the grounding of two of our vessels, but none were captured and few lives lost. DIED, At hor rffsid'JniV, in I.iborty township, Woo.lC). Ohio, on the 21.1 day of fv'ptianb a- last, .Mrs. MaUY Wbi.ton, consort uf Jons tV. Wixton, ng.-d 53 your. S!io wa.i united by min inpo to John W, Welton, h.r sur.ivinp husband, in August, 1833. The f d luwii'K October, they both tini:ed with the rj; ul.ir Biptist Church in Col svill.', film m Co., New York, having prjvinusly cmbracod tiio Christian religion. Ana, ,is she had received Christ, so she w.dk.d in him, in .ho various pi ice nn.l situations where IVovidonc.1 cast bur lot. Tho dov tod wife, tho nf i'ectionatj m itner, tlie piti.nt, cmsistont Christian, at Ix mo an.l abroad. Shu was tho mother of six children, ono of whom preceded her to the gr.iv, in I spirit hind. Tlio bereaved husband loels Ihnt Iiis h'S.s is very pro.it, but tli.it her p.lin is much (,-rjater, unJ studies rusignuiii.ti to the Divine will. Au appropriate iliseouise m preached on the fu neral occasion, by 111 ler P. !. Turner, of l'orUge, up'.n the fallowing words : "lint th i ' " ' PORTAGE, Oct. 18, 1861. COMMITEE. ; j j SHERIFF GALES, &C. s nr.itiFF-.-j SALE Demi's Perkins vs. B"nch A' Wescolt. By virtue of a decretal rLr o silo to m? di r ",ed an 1 deliver; I lr m too court of c inun u la juf Woo I County, Ohio, I shall oIU r fursilu ;u i.ie door of the court lioiiie,iii IVrrysburg, AVoi d county, Ooio, on Saturday, Nv"tnber Kth, 18i't, between the hours of 12 in. an I 2 p. in. of said day the following described land i an 1 t.'tiem nts, to-wit: Tin1 sou' li yt of the north-oust i of section mini h r I'l, li actional town 0 north ol r inpe nnnitj r 1 1 oast. O. K. GU'YKU, shicrilf. M. ft. k It. Waitk, pint's uttvs. October 10th, 18S1 2.wW2,97 HHHIFF'S SALE. William K.iiirnal vs. Rufus Little ct ol. By virtue of an order of sale to me diruct.-d and delivered from the court of common plena of Wood county, Ohio, in tho above cause, I shall offer for s tie n t tiio doer of tlie court hoiisj in Penysburg, iu s.ikl county, on Saturday, November Kith, lSfil, between the hours ol 12 in. find 2 p. in., of sni 1 day the following described lands nn I tenements, to-wit: I lie soir.h-iM.st a ol section nnmiior 14, town mini : .,.1 A1'. t!lB ...,. 1 . ,, ,., l. o . . .... .... '.A ...... ... .it. I at. cast i of see'ion ?;t, town 3, mope U eus,t; contain ing SO acres, and appraised at S.ViO. (;. Ii. CUYCR, Sheri-a M. 11. &. R. AVaitk, uttvs for plilf. October 13. h, 1SUI-2.vejt:t,ld s II E It I F r ' S S A L E Peter Sehatenbsrger vs. I!. W. Johnson ct al. Dv virtue of tin or.lerof sale issued in tiie above case bv tiie clerk o' the court of coinm m pleas of Wool county, Ouio, an1 to ins directed an I d. diver e l, I will oiler lor sale nt piuliu vi n Iu j at the door of too curt house, in the town of I'erryoburg, Wood CountV; Onio, on S.mirday, November 21, 181, between the hours' of 12 in. und 2 p. in., of said day tlie folli wing lands an.l tenements, tow it: The south-west of the north-east 4 of section 13, township number 4 north of nogo. 12 east, all in Wood county, Ouio; containing 40 aon'H. Apprais ed nt $ Kin. ti. t. UU i h.lt, Sliei itr. J. L. Ghxks St Pos, nttys. Oct. 1st, lSiil 22wiS3 ol. ASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. B & II Thornton vs Charles C It.iird. By virtue of an order Of sale issued in the above casJ by the clerk of tiie cou-t of c 01111 in pie is in Wood county, Ohio, and to ui j directed nn I deliver ed. I itbaWuximse to public sale at tlie door of the I Court lions', in I'errvstnirg, WmhI lountv, Oiiio, I On the 2'Jn 1 d 1 v of October. 1881. j between the hours of 12 in. and 2 p. m. of (.aid day, , the following described lands and tenements, to-wit: I n brick buildinir aojomuiR the north end of the I J 11 '"-' a"A '""""K " Avenue, in th" town of l'errrsbiirif, und thelanl upon which ) s,lU bml,iin- 8t irbuinp a p.irt of mlul. : .r ,,rut, ,u Ired an I eigntv-threo (383) in the town of Perrvaburp. Wood countv, Ohio, Apprais ed t 1,0110.' PETER HELL,' Master comui'r. (toos. Pino A Jobssom, uttys. Sept. 21, 1SJ1 Ulwi$'l 65. 0 TIIE LADIES x Mrs. M. A. Carpenter would respectfully announce to the ladiea of Perrysburg und vicinity tluitahc baa removed hor Millinery Store to the house formerly occupied by Klhtu P. .Uii .-h, nn I'n nt stivct, where there wi'l bj toun 1 a haautuul assortment T millm ery goods. Mrs. C. wM keep oonstautly on bund a lai'tre variety 01 Eouuc'-, n.'-.;. Flowers. Kuehea, Hats, Caps and Pliits. In fact evcrytbirpr pertainirp tn lto millinery line. S iu is also prepared to Cu 'i mi 1 in ike Dresses, CiiMes, Cloaks, Talmian l Chil li-en'a Clothu'C. Bleuchinp and Pre.sai-K done loonier. Ladiea will fin I it much to their 'advantage by civinir m a cill bj'Viro nurchaiiinp ela fwhtr-. A.fil .M. lS.l-61 Mra.M. I. CAUPEMER. OUT MEIGS i u R a It I 1 A lha saasnn Is annroachiicr for the transplant In- ni ir..,.. i . w heer tneall the attention of thoee intere&t.d to mir larjro and wi II arUoted fctrck Treca and R'arubiry, C-nsUtin-r in part rf ArpU', Pear, F'ach, Plum, Oiierry, Apricots, Qniuce. ftasplierries, Itlaekbtrres, We bare a full assortment f Fruit, Ornamental and Eyerrreen Trees, wh'eh wo will a -II at war " POMEROIf' A. FltO'S. 031- ai ihe Fdirriburfr Bejik Boildlnj, PrJ- th fidl'iwinp tWi ths Hon. Morri Uorri, formerly Aaiitor of th tsto of la Ipimu IvDt.yroM4, Sept. J, lejT. Dr. C. W. RoBack l)ar .Sir 1 lUrme b-i troubled for rril ytsr with itretni debility n I wtilcn.'ss, s 1 mucii to thut I w un ibl to al ien! to mvorJioary bntinoM al times, and having hoard of tin won ijrful eur.n Hint y mr Scandina vian Dl ol Turider and I'ilU weM ell'.'Ctinj;, I was In lue I bv a Men 1 t trr t'.iem. I hav boeU uit't tin Purifier for th list twui-o inon hs. anj find thj ini liciue Arlrcqtul t iiu rie-mit'in latiotu. So r.ilnibl lj it uu it m), tint I van not now dia- puis witu tn.. in- ,r ut mv alrneod agj of li.'n 'nlv-von retis. Ichcer'utlT .-iva fiU Inform 't'oti f.r t'-o tcnflt Of tt )jj aim.l.ir:y atfjewi. Vmin trulv, , M ikrh N!ont:tfl. S advert; jeir;:nt. S2w6 Ktfll WPSJS'S StTKRH Y Wl.XK l-'tTrKKS. W Uti n -t in far .r of uuirer.. il ho.w.injf (a syat ra ofun !in; .i f j i.y ,-v.nx ) ot tlie Cel:bri:y of tliU or that 111 'il'nlt.A n I n-A t ,ah .....!t I ...... ,, , .. H vv;. ,'vti . ..!..- mull v Dura p'xilive kn nvl . Ipj of tho mini it nrtuu of an ar ticle. Wj ju g f the ir. e by its fni;s, an J - h. ti wa fill n m.'licinj Willi rcallv curat! vj powers, wt at onee come nn.l recoinm arl it t tlm pu'dip. In Dm pr.-a nt iiuuiiea, wj cr.li.illv r'c.-mm'iid to our re.1l.r4 Dr. Kiehar l.um'a sh.VrT vine bittern. W know of n xliinir t ) ec.l tlii. for th ubjecU It propose to nn brtikc Tno S i.-rry Wiuj Hitters nra for sale ly Trrn ft ITavilto.-j. 22iv4 It U no? trniro thit V: S. A. Wearer's Canker and Salt Itheinn Svrup Is so vorr pul ir. It in r-allr what it pr fills to bn, ant rnivt Canker. fcaltRlwHin, Erisi;)elui, S n-j Eves, Ac, iust a It syj to do. It iu tiie liroduc: if un: "init'.inf: toil nn.l pitietit invest;K'ion ot tlieso iis aies bv a tvpil ir oliyii Ian a 111 in of ettendre pruticj.fin honorable Cliristi 111 m in. It is jtut wh.it 1 10 pub lic Ii ive loni wanted; a in.' th in 1 which th r c ml 1 vlv u;vn: wirch w u'd iv t ,1 -ceiveiT t fr :'u 1 mu:' fer;nc I111111 mity. We n il is.- ur iVi n N to seek reliet in t: n 'ver-f.iill iu r in .lv, m1 sp.v li!y re reni"ve th. evi'.s w'orb tU v Invj K lonjr sv.lt red. S. lt by l'ses A UiMii.rox. a3wi Ve tike ;d 'imir? in ci'.Hur nfcn'lon b'ttie mol-ii-in m ii'lvei'tised in our paper br J. N. llirrijtt Co., of Cincinnati. Perry 1'iii-' Tain Killer Is well kn "vn to t le pn'ilic an 1 n -e Is no refolnm.'ti ditioii lr.,m in, m its poul nuahties in all cii.'s h ive been c.ri. r.illy test I. 1 lie Sherry Wine l!itt 'V., in case of ilvap ia. j iua lics. liver cotn pl. lints. :in 1 in nil em s where a t iic U nereasarr, ! highly r 'C iiiiu n led. Or. Weaver's -o tiio nti I rente ale de-.iraldj rem diej iu r.is aiisiiifr' from nn inrnire s' its of thj blixl. Too eoin'.iiued ui.t 01 toe tvv.i is s lid to result f ivoreblv in nil envs. In th above list tiny he ;.'n 1 a pinir.-i for nil diseise.i: irv them. M 111 Hon St ir, Vet', t.'itli, ISito, M niMton, ,liiii"uu eo., Wi.-. S I I bv Tick A II -".ro.v. ' 2JwS. t.-..--.. A Tunvlv H'o. in, 'Tn liP;in!T tli kettle from th; fire it eawtrht snd ae.il l .. my h m Is imipersMi very s.uereiv one aliiicst to. 1 irisji. The toruir; was un'.iear.d.le, It w.H an awful si'.it. The Mu.i taup l.iiiiin-nt appeared t.i abstr.ic' the pam nlnnM inun li it el v. It It.-i 1 '. r.itidlv an I l.-l't no ear i.f accoun'. C'uiTtes Foster, t.'ll brmi I Sti eet, I'lula d'lphia." It is trul v .1 wonlTiul nrticlo' It will heal any case of sw 'iliiu',lniriH.tiH' joints, einplion.s or i heuni iti-ni. l' .r h n-, it sii ml I never be dispensed with. Oni Ooll ir's w. vtli of Mustang has fretpi ently sived 11 valu ible horse. It cures palls, sor iins. rinb n , sp ivins nn.l founders, lie x ire of imii iti 111 .111 1 counterfeits. A cotiutrM t'rit was put in circulation from St. I.mtis.ind dulv sup press -d. All CMiiin' will hereai'ror b ir the sipn.i-.ures of ). V, Westliiook, Chemist, and 1. S. HuiijN, l'roprietor, with tlie wor l.s 'Trade" "M irk," in two Me l.illions of the Federal currenev. Toiee sit s. Sol, I rvcrvivherc. li9 1). S. 11AHNES, New Vork. M ther'-, rend this. The followinjj is 1111 extract fiim n letter written by tin; pas'or of a Itajui.st church to the " .l.iurnal an I M -ss 'tn' r," Ciueinn.ni, Ouio, nn I .speaks vul 11m in favor of that world-renowned in olivine Mas. Win ji.ow'a Soonnso Sviu r 10a cntt.iutrN TKKntlNO: "We .se ; an n I . r:is Mil nit in your c lninns i f Mrs. Win dow's Sootoinfc Sirno. ' Now we never sii 1 a w..r 1 in favor of a p it nt me.liiiin' lieti re in our li.e, but we fe.d eonri !.' 1 to say to our readers, that this i no hmubii.i; - wi: ti.vv i: T!'.ii:n it a.mh KXOW IT T.) Sit AIL IT CLAIMS. I is, probably, one of the m .sl s'lveessfnl m lieines of the dav, b"i c.iue it i.s one 01' the b-Vit mi l those of your roa lers who h.iro babies can't do better thnii tohiy iu a supply. 4U-ly. Who ii iIi. Winstow ? As this quistien is frefjiietitlv asked, we will simply si.v tli.it slie is a I uly, w ho, for upiraiuj 0'. t.iiriv years, his unliriiilv del nted her ton an I tal.'iits, os a li-m ile physician mil nuiMe. principally mil mj; ehil teen. Shu has especially stu lied the P"h. V'.uy Averi.'ii.'.Te't.'oi' carelessly Ir seed by the lacuUy iu too ni hiv inst.iue. s: .111 1 iu n result of t lis i tl'oi t, an I pre.ctio. 1 ktuwle Imv, obtained in a lif.'tiiii.' s; nt as a ivns ' an 1 p.ivsieian, bIij l.ns e.iinpoun le I a Soothin; Syrup for ehil Iron t 'etUiiij.'. It operates li"; ni'it'ic ivin; r st 1111 1 healih, and is, in r .'omr, sure to violate t!i'' h nvels. in ci.11 SeUeuca 4 thU ariiei , .M: s. Win .1 .iv is b i.iiniri(j world Tenon in. d as a li .ne.'aoti r of her race i ehil 1lr.11 c i t only do l is nn 111. 1 L'l 's.s her ; especially is tics the c is.' in t iil pi n? . Vast ou.inliii.'.s of til Son. hi;, Syrup m e DAILY noi l invl lis 'ii hi re. It has got t 1 Iu u c iiuni .11 r un o k, "I li 1 1 rather d -pen i on Mi s. Winslo-.v's Sootl.iiu; f-'yiup fir my childr. n, th in to h ive the unit I ii'lvie" i-l loo in (( if il faculty of t!.e city." We think Mrs. i indow liasiiniiiort:'.lii I h r n un; by this inviln.ible arti cle, an I we hinrel'ely believj th .us in Vs of ehil Iren have b.'eii s ive I fr'im aa early pravo by its tiiu ;ly use. 1111 1 that millions yet unborn will sh ire i'u Ii 'n etits, nil 1 unite iu calling her blessed. No MOTIIK1! h is discharged h t du'y to her sutf rinj; little on-', in our ojiinioti, until kIii- has piven it the benefit ol Mrs. Winsloiv's Sonthiii'T Syrup. Try it, ni itln rs Tkv IT Now. I.a li rs' Visitor.S.Y. Cit . I'.hnl s II E 15 I F F ' S S A b E Charles W . Wells vs. Themis M. Carey. T!y virtue uf iil' i Fa ju lament issued in tht abovc cause by the clerk of toe court of I'limnmn pleas i f Wood county, Ohio, an I to me directed and deliv ered, I shall oiler for .sale nt public nuct'u n lit the door of the curl lc use in IVrry.sburp, in sail cnuri'v, en S.itnrlay October Stlth, Id'l, between the Iiouim ot 11 a. m. an t 2 p. ni. of that day tlio follow in;.; Ian Is an 1 tenements, to-wit: Tin east ' j ot't.'in north-west i of h' C. 21'. township north of ranpv niiinti 'r D east, c n'aioin!r f(rt acres ill! in Wool c.u'i'v. . O. ;. lit' YE II. Co.Mti.i?; .tt Matiii'.ii.s )'l ft 's af.vs. MieritV. Sept. -I'.ii, lS'jl-2lwdjl,l I. special rjor.cES. r .m p 0 rt t 1 I Hi A N T T 0 F E M A I, E S I CilEESEMAX'S J'iLI.S. Pr 'pared by Cornelius Cneewin in, M. I). Now York City. The coai'.'in ition of ingrj lients in these Pills are the result of a img un I extensive practice. They nr., mil I in their operation, and cert nn iu correctine: nil iir.'iul.niiiei, p.ilniul Men ti 11 ilions, rem ivinjf nil obstructions, wh.'lner from col I or otherwise; head nciie, p un the si le, pilpitation nf the heart, whites, all n tvoih alfn lions, by. stories, fatitrue, p liu the h ick an 1 limb. Ac, di.slurbed sleep, which urnse from iiit.'iTiipliou ot 11 iture. To .Maiuui'Ii Ladii:.'. Ir. Cueesem m's Pilisnre i11v.1lu.1ble, as they will bring 011 toe III iitldy peri oil with refill iriiy. W.na 11 wh hive been disap pointed iu t ic use of ot.ier Pills can place the utmost conli lenci! in Dr. Cheesemin's Pills doinj; all they represent l do. ioi ;C !. Toere is ono c:o lition in the female sys tem in which the Pills c innot be I iken wituoiit pro ducinir a rriot'i.t Alt iiKU'LT. The con lidon referred to isi'iiFaiNAi-'V an 1 the result, JUsr Ainu aor. Such is tiio irrewi .1 ible t m lency of tiio modicina to re store tli i sexual function 1 to a norm il con titiou.that even the reproductr. e jKuver of nature cuunul resist it. Warranted purely vepetiible and free from any thing injurious. Explicit directions, which should be re id, accompany e idi box. Price $1. Sent by m iil nn eivl isinp 1 10 Dr. Cornelius L. Checsem in, bin 4..i'D, Post-oilice, New Vork City. lyViold by ouj Dmpjrist in every town in tho L S. K. 11. lll'TCHINS, Gjooral gval for the l S., No. 14 Broadway, To whom all or lers should be id Iresjod. pnr sale bv Pecs UAUiLTON.I'cri'ysburtr. 4l'-y P. "p. 1 . PAIIK'.S PRICKLY PLASTF.R". They Imparl Strength i they Annihilate Pain. Theso delightful pl.iMerx yield readily to the motion of the ho ly, absorb perspi ration an t throw oil nil the olllnsive Park's Patent Pi irus Prick I v Ciapulat.id iuiinuitii's of tha system. iTnev should be used for all Cnnnie Plasters Pains. Fiiin'ness Dyspepsia, Colds. Con .iri.i.itii.r., P.i.e'.t.T. ii;.;... IVumla '- Hild IV Ull tncss. etc. Tliev retain their active nrir i tr-i -km Iboilers li ! n liu cannot exist. Every I- n 01 1 to Yt Dimes. Tanrly kU'.iiI.I liave loom. : . - i . . . .. . Ono s'te ' cloth, three t-ijs 011 leather. Sample aont bv in lil.nn receipt of 2i cent. Ii S UAftXES. 13 i 15 Talk Row N... April, IiftTWIy. MARKETS. Perrysburg Market. Perrysburg Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & CO. Wheat i5u .') Fliurabrl ...SiTSW Wool Tiilowi? rtyfcSiJr,'! Corn "p bn 0ta l bu Potttttws 1? bu Uuttor p 0" . -20 "tr UimvViri 'JaVL'c 'Bj 81-nlljr.Ulb ....3rio Polu-y "Sib .... Nfllive Ek?sVi T8c 1 7r)o rath;.rs th . 44 ?tV) .90 t2. Oraon III lcsi?" -todi . P: lt2brl $1.T5 .... to Clever 31 T v'-89 ! n 80 THE LATEST NEVS. T at tl. .... ... j, . Tlifl tlrvat l)i ) lood Bttznnt 1 COMPETITION t'EFll.D! GOODS FOR TTIR MILLION ! MILL I I II A CO. would respectfully announce lo too ci'iiena of pr.RRYSRURU ,ND VlClNirY, That they have just received direct from New Vork a ltrg-v and wolt aelected assortment of new an J CHEAP DUV GOODS! SPP.INO AND SUMMIT. IIl.MU:. Ci inprising ull tho leading sty'i'H of Panry, Staph' and Domestic Drv Ooods. NEW STYLES OF C A V I". S A N I) M A N T I I. L A S Ladirs' Goods, HOOP SKIRTS, shawls. iiosii'p.Y, r.ic, ltc. v f. u y r nnr, Pry Cusis, Groceries, lieady Mads Clothii'f , Haw and Cups, Pools ud SU'VB, II irdwar.5, Cr-rkory, ic, And, iu fact, everything naiially ki pt in a S I T?!T-r.t. i.'! JTr-Pf All of wblrh will be soH at 'rrlii'r)' LOW TTicr.s. jr'"tlf "nr Mirkt rop-Tt In t-deWa pinsr. We buy and tU lu aecroauoii wiu uw fnw 4. J-Jfremcrah-T ths placi, T. B. "-tdJor 4 CVv, rip jvwita th Purrysbuiv Imk uMv'ff rrrrbur, May 1 1MX. I i . 1 1 1 -et. Mf-DICIfJAL. u MVLkSALI L'.MMISALlt t rat mute or sntnitY wiMj iuTTrnsf ur vuieuntiou M,it l.pplMul li. meJy for iintxiuni J ii-u, n-i' K. Jaundice, lever and Apt-, O ii.ml iM.t'br, ttuf alt rtbvr 1)is,i.-s . i,risrf uv m a Mw'r rterjl St. much, Livr,or Itoweln, They are tticd and roc nimcndod v the Imidlrff J-h-sn i on 01 tha ftiniij, ,d .11 who try tr.tia jr iiounc-th -ni invn'iim,!,.. a bl'.iAyl -L ,,KI: E. trrttw frrm Vt,t, St Ik lo., Ohio, "thn l i ters lire h't-hlv irid l I f tinaj tuUerinir frrm lnlig''it.n.dTauti..i r4lT Ci ui; i ni!'.." " L. 8. P. Arts, rrr-mn'.'.-r nt Wi! hnwvri, aata, "t:.ey pii- - reef .-.lisf.icii n. l' tuo tiam fiiyaeir, liavii j; tik n ell, befdna jr'rtt' " "ny l,:x,i..e. It relieved mo, und I tun recctxi taftii i' w l i 1 r. nf nssiOMnce of - merits " I'u. Wm. ii. Ki 1 s, if );,., r,rille. lnd., writfj in thut t iey nr. tu-tn. m r.lu:.W medicine frreri. II' bus tOCi tntil Jl'.lj l ln.m lillli rn .l n... ....I !'h ti'Cul llll le n rveeo cr..g ,,.,t, j j heir- nni y.- ,- .u.i itv. iti '.vAi M AM Povf ls,., riruntTillc, TI try 0'., In I., wiite a l. np lot er. nu ll r (Uti; of rt 4, Is JO. lie wns Dincli reunce 1, 1 111 irp be n 1 filirted tor thrje TeiTi tii!ii'..t tt ri-n im ilijl ilitv, h.i t it rn i. tue bpurtuf toe mr s: sevifeand t'n'ntratiu t clouijcvr. "ntt r Uhiop a fowb.ttlia 1 im cm . -.I t Irr svrj.l, nm' am m w in ml list h. ultli." .1. .Ill-NT writ- trt in Id !j r. All. n Co.,OMo, (a section w. cr. lvr an I Ae pr Tail..:,) ti at hi most clier.ully Mcnnn-ivla f.nn -f derided Cierit l:i nllc.s .xt h vi k and At;vr., tTurrrslA, and VCNE-tAl r.l:llll.lTV. I. K. OALl.Atirns. M. T)., wriVn frrm Von Wo!-, Oio, -I m st r jst'ectni'ir reci niiiun l i!, Winj lit !- to 1. e noti't of l.ivsj-eptir vr na, I nn 1 to nil w .0 require ,tiuni!.it!i" medicine, i SI cil Mws mi; am; bi.tl li.(i DAILY, i irtt. I'ttn crtiNi Aic.iMrA.vr i-.ti rorrLe. j Sold ly ile.ileia iu lueuicitii a p liernllr. IMe" 1.1 cevt- pi r hi. two. ; .I.N. HAKMm, Cinrinnati, Oldi. ! Orrnl Af-nts I'rr tlie Si utbrrnan I i-sivn Sii-lt. j l i rsele by I'ecko. U.iuilt.'ii, I ' l rvshmr, Ohluj j I. Itoisoir-ir 1 lejih in; J, I'm pii'loii, l!.ilm I Ur.'i'ii! II. Itonvf, Miinni 'n. D. II. Aiiner, ToIimIc ! W. l. .loore. SvlVrtlli.1! A. r .A..,, ,r. w.... C.I.I: A. J. () irilner A. Co., Cile.ul. ' 2 tya Y v e i; v v. v bVTf k ii nd, Livny bodv !m it. Mvci v body uh h It, I'KllllV DAVIS' VF.'iK' A III K P l KILI.rn. Till! till HAT IA-IIII.V illliKiVR. T.ik n lot rnallv, it tmv s i-vhlm t oiils, 'ii1,m, Ac. Wenk iiufb, lieu, i d l'ebilifv, Nui-tiii bore Month, t 'anker, Liver 1 mpl.iint," I vi to .,i 1 IT In i es'i. n, Cr. ii,;. :m,l p.,),, , ,1P ,t, m. ! J'""'-'1 - mil lint, I'.iu.tei's Cilic, A.siatic Chuhra. Dian hea nii, Iiysoiitirv. Applied Ext. i'.i ally, i nr 's F.le.ns, Pi.ils, and Old S.T ii, .Screw Linos, 5-Y.i! I.,, t'uis, 1 inisi j un t Spt.iiilii, .vi'llmj. . I the Ji n ts, Liiinnni and I'-tlor. Pivl.eri ilre.ist, 1 1 iitj ! I iet 111 U 1 illbliiins, 'lootliaclie. I'.iin in tin- )'.i,v, ,'. i'rnlp:n Mid lil.iii I mu ism. Ii is a am., remedy for Ague, mid CI.11U an I K'vi-r. Puiii Kilhr, taken inti nnliy, should l.c adi lt. r- nted wiin in:;k 1 r u.itor, ( r tn'.lc into a vlllp wi-h 111 1 asses. 1 1 r u I on.-;,, ,1 iv,v ttri 1 1, tv.tar eaten 11 ill be more rtV etive tbiin unvtl !:-e- else. see pimteil (lilectii in v. l.ich iieei irp.u.v encU bottle. What stronger prenf t.111 be prrduced than the fdh'Wing Ijlter received, ttiinvlicited, irom Lev. W. j 11. Jacobs : I Newark, N. ,T., Jmr T, lPin. 1 Messiui. Pkiiht Davis A Son- Ihntl, ir.cn-- Allow I me, uiisol ieiteil, to si 11 1 . u a 1 i d f ci nin'enda ! lion f.r your l'.iin kilhr. I have hm-1 i' in mr : liimiiy these vera I years, and fi,t;n,l i: all it rhiiiu's I to be. l'or i ' : ii -ti in nisi.!, ( oiu-h.s, Col i; , J.un.f i Cholera ten lenej.-, :in, ,liil,( ...hi s, n.s well as dis ' ea-ses gen.. 'rally li.iil j.Kv.t.l in niii'.iiies. Ir.tiird , the I '.1 in kill, r us i . o l all j rice, mid as Ihra ! ci; us bey. .11 1 iinv in.' In in ' vi'hin niv Lm.w ledge, i We kei j. i; asivr thief f. niily 111 eiliiine. i.i.d hud in ose 111 oi.,ii;iiv ee-.es w . 1 to 10. 1,. 1 .1 .... .. no. hi 11 ni:v moi.i' i. J lie u-'i. 11101. y (.1 f.tl iis lliol ' iny 111 - 1 ii.iii.l mees nn I li i, no 1 clorgyin -n li-ve spi ki ; lot n faioi'y lii.'i'.io.ni'. i .stanee.i tin ,;ei I to m s isiiiinlly fun riil.ic. Jinny n '.t it in 'the l.hisi t, niii Mi.-sii inn ii s in i.jiiitid in ' hi pel .-oil all. I ill lln il hit, i.s, that the Pain Kilhr " a - i.y l. r liie b. t ineilu mu I used in heat i'::i t o I und families, on I '' .nndtt a '.liiiui.st. 'V use it fi 1 llu lllsl h I S r i' t 1 f'Uiot nroiinil I th' 111. 1 lots iiiuih I i-.in inrl.iii il t ' as un ml til to i.tliii's. ol initiee lo oins. K, k, .hi I as 11 b loll me nt liiieuy to Use this t. t-l: inniiiil, if nf any service. 1,1. V. . JM HPS, " Lit: Edit, r Chri.-aiiiii t'lin nide. V. F. U' ! ! K C 1 I I, IMITATIONS! CAfTIONV- The publio wilt be cantii us that thcr pet ti e f-miiii" Pain Kilhr r.s -1 me torn; n., i,,.',l pounds, in k.i doit;: thiy ill ve ti.i' 1 iii.liiuiiily, and intiiifu' u;"ii the "Ti:u 1: "'i.k" liny l'avix. Oemt;ne Perry L.ins' P.iiu Killer soul ly ull resncet.ibl ' lh it. f i s. Dir ctions n-'c. ni iinv o:iclr ii"t'. Price k'ie., due. 1111 1 i:l per I i:'e. .1. N. IIALLIS CO., Pr-.pri!o:.s f. r the W'oft. 111 m.d .-i;ll i r n .'tare'), Cit'i'iniii'.t', O. Tra- s ilo, wl.olesal.; and r. I il. l y p, k A ilnm il'", Periy.sl.ui i-: i i-. d 1 io.-. . sin.;, r. I ive.li in: L. l!n:o, .). I 'o v 1 o t ' 1 1 i'i ' . 11 N. t..iih..'n.i.i', 1 1 r t 1 ,v: I'. II. Miii'T. Toledo: M . D. ."nr.. -, li--ri;.' W a' A 'l i" iv, T. !, .!.,: . .;. .I.i.me, .Nev. W..S.I lieM. A. .I. II. ir III .!' A Co.. (.ileiel. Sntve L O W P 1. O W S ! P L O V." I 1 1 tie snnscrm r tins 111 -t r ' has iu-t r.'i' 'ivo l the s.ii'j-soil, or j MICIlltlAN DOL'LLF. PLOW. j H Is a plow th it every Farm r shoti'd b ive. Willi I il he r.oi turn mi l -r 11 n 1 e; t ri I of m ar t. n't kinds j i.f stubble and roots of corn st ill;s, leaving ooti.iri,- . but a iiic; fr s i soil t. cubiv.it '. For hreiiWinic up j W 1 I. D P l; A J It I M L A N D j It ia inv.iln itil Ir. nis tlie sward six to 1 !cV. j inehes under (:n mi. I, an I ii e.s y 11 a s il 11s !;ood ; nu I as easy to m.rk 11 yi.nr neighbor's thai has 1 been till '1 for y '.irs. 1 1 .."iio 1.I..0 the ! i I li P, S '(' Y L I N D II R T L O W I Very s'rong an 1 of l;o! t draft-just tiui tliin? fer ; Snpervis , 1 r tor all kin Is of heavy plow;! p. j MITCilKLL'S &. SUNS' ;0AI' SCltAl'EP.?, ! Sei-oti 1 to lion.' ( t!i"is 111 rle. fliy. Straw, C.nti-Mlk eii'tersrf the very Ivt ; inann '.ic'nres, w.ir.n 1 el tufive i-ntire s itL.tactii n, i an I wili s .ve one I a:f the cost of win! -rinir st. ck I li'ar il will co if t" n inter them without cut fed. 1 Last, but not least, i- tin' I 1 1 A K K N WATEPv PltAWm. ; He wr.nl I call 1I1 tit'.'.r.i ni of all in w int of n "tip ; ti p" pvnip, lii ttiis Diaiver, as it is undoubtedly to ; li 'st t..in. 'o draw wnt r with in the ia ttn'y? It j has only to be ,1 -ti an I tr" I to iippreeiat si, and ( what i.s ho't ! than all is that it is cheap. ami there I fore within the reieii I l "''i rieli an 1 poor. CALL AND SEE Tili.M. 1 d. :;r,T:r.. j reirvshiirp, Oct. 0:1', !!. ASTER CCMMISSlO.vr.U-S PALE. I J'.ivi .1 Mni'ti vs. 'i iilcott A MinkliT. j 11 y yir.u .- of an or l.T of s il j issue 1 by the Clerk j of t.ie C. urt of 1'. liinion Pleas .' Wo. d coiiniy. llhi'i, iu the ub ive 1 n.se, an I to ni ilirt cte l and ! deliver .'d, I will otV r for s ile at public vendue at j the door of lii.r Com t II u-e, in the town of Pi rrya 1 hurt', We-o I oi'tuifv, Ooio, I Mon lay 'cM,.r CSlh, ISrtl. 1 b"ti een the In uis i t 1 and - p. 111. i f sni ' ihiy, the I following lands .111 1 teneni nits s '.lutein Won I Co., j Ohio, to-ieii: The nortli part of tl 0 west V-J of tl o ti.-i'tli-i iist H of sec. 1, township 4, in rtb of rar; 1 I 1 2 east, b'tiu Ij .1 an I ilesciihed us foil. s: hep in -! ninp 25 rods west Ir. m tht north-oast corner 01 s ii l j w . st y. of the 11 .rth-eest y, of said wrtirn on ih I section line, thence west ah njr til) nrr:h "f:i n 1 line 24 rods, then" south 20 rials, th noe raM II ; ro.ls ti:enc north 20 r" l.s 1 1 the pi ice of beginniuv", containi; 3 acres t I wl moio or less. PET Lit LF.I.L, Jl.uster Cil ui r. CoB, FlIICE A .lo i s.sns', nl'tf 's Ut'VS. Sept. 24th, l'.l-21ii.".5i;aj. n AY TON & XICUIC. VXR VII. ltOAP. 18 SIIOHT LINE TO Cl.NClNNATl, PVYTOX INDIAXAPOMS A LOCLSV1LLE. On rnd after Sou. lay, May 12, two Trains will have Toledo daily, on "urrivafof iraliiS fr. Ui Detivit, Jackson, nn 1 Michigan tvait ieru It .itro.nts: ut 11:20 A.M. iin-iviny in lhirton at a:.t0. P. M. (MD P. M . a rrivinjj i.i D .v'.'on at 7:S0 A. M. Time frim Detroit to Cii.cinditi 13 In urn mid 41) ciiniilts by each tr.in. C puerlinjr at Lima with traiua on "ilie Pit'sbnivh, Ft. W.ivne A t'bicapn. Riilrrad for Crestlhiii, Httsburfrh, Philadelphia and Cai 'S n tlio llelLlontatns tone tor flKii iu ijii 1 tit SouLiwist, and at Pi-paa and Dayton tor Colum bus. j-2jr"o Ci.mfia of cars "jutween Telesln and Cineuinati. rARIt AS tflT A3 BY AXY OTDKK KOrTC. Fi r tickets appir at t.lo Ticket Cilice t f th oiieWpan Southei-n Company. It. M. SIIOUM.VtEB, Sup't. Davvn, O. 51. SltOEMAKLR, G.n. Fr't tni T'k't Agt, Te do, Ohio. - "V0TICF. Lrgt bv the subscriber ecsr VrDcl--1 via. in Lues C' unty, Ohio, a large calt-skio PmkelEook, cn ai' ti a f r m'sorr note against T.ssnnh rinrV. cmltirsc f. r tea d.Jlar: aIo ao rd.r cn 1 1 f reafurrr of W'od ccurty ft the sou- of StDO.OO payat le cuiof the fund o; r.i'ch th'iIx' 14; sr.d other r.du ib'a p.r'rs. ant $1 in mon' y. The f oder will belib-va'dy rvward. d by Isuvirp t.ia rtmew'th J VcDon V1, r r h nc'oria, crattb' rio of he Prnbst Judf lu 11 s rt tv. Oct. 34w5 . A. A.Cr.A.NPAIX.