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mi iim4V. iwu. General Fremont. VW'i have all along felt rather friendly thnrt otherwise to C! mi. Fremont, trtd have been rather diaposoil to look upon hi troiib lea mid filial recall rw n persecution waged against liim by the Blair family, lint upon remling the report of the itiveMigntiiui of the whole rmilter, wo hu o aoniowhut chatig cd our opinion. We give one Item of the fejrf!.1 , i It feeing that on n oortuiii ( lu,Vff --ibout'the time that Col. Mulligan wo n.irel.v presnod mA Htuudiin; out manfully ngaiiiHt overwhelming forces, nnd his mijl.v of li ter cut ofT mid 1 in stock of water on lmiol nearly consumed, lio (Col. Mulligan) went a ineHHenger to (Jen. Fremont apprising liim of liiH nitunlion iiml iIohIi ii'ig' Iniiilodiiitc le eiiforeemoiitB. ThiH inoRHcngcr having truv oled iilght nml day, pout lmNto,'iit 1om( wofir ied ami worn out, reached the out post of (Jen. Fremon't 'n commahd. " lie informed the sentinel (hut Jio was o;it hy ( 'iil.MiiJlio.uii to (!en. Fremont with orders to obtain an immediate interview, an tho intelligence he liudtueoinmiiiiiciite was of villi importance. Hut thin wan of no avail. Tho Heiitiiul in formed him that his inxIrnrlioliR were to nllow .no on.! to pa.-M to Fremont that tiny," " as ' the Crucial won entirely ieimftird. The. niCMu'iiga r then rejicatel I iiinl urgeil h'm request, hut Willi no creator auecrsn. lie eonld not he allow- j ed to onteC tho pietioiu-e of tho august Frc Jiiont, iilthough sent from the besieged and thirsting rump of the brave Mulligan ; nod 1 . n 1 1 .!.., u-;ii. .it inti-i vicv ' 'wsseoiii pelleil to leavo m itnoiil an inteiMcv . , "At another stage of tho investigation it was rroven that Major W , one of Fremont's body guard, was with hini.clot.eted and con Milting at the very time. Col. Mulligan's uvesscnger was refused admi'i'don Major tVV 1 was then asked what was the sub tf that interview, and who were pres ent. I To answers (hat .lessie, Cen. Fremont unl Miss. Fremont, the daughter, aulhitn n.df were the only ones present, and they were engaged in determining the kind of Iiorso trappiuK's, etc., that would best unit , . , , .... , , . , i . Iho body guard ol (Jen. rremont. and show (o the best advantage. The ipieslion was , . . . . ... i . I then nskeii, hat particular Hung wim nemg , determined upon at a eci tniii hour of Ihe day naming tho very hour that Col. Mulli gan's messenger arrived nnd was refused admittance. Major W replies, "I be lieve the (icneral and Miss Fremont weie discussing wbethej- (o have the fmrsfx' tiiit tofinf('ut or whether they would looK heller worn straight." If this report is true, lien. ! ,.,,,.,,,.1 1... il. i.i.i, r..i- Mii. l, ii in i. ! , ,. , . , , . i , limnd his on y wish nnd anxiety being to, impress upon those aroniid hiiu the idea ol . bis own greatness. Stli'h a spirit would, if, allowed to nhoW itself llnU h farther, make ' an attempt at lliecH.abli.hing of an absolute; ' " ,. niniiarehy based on gaudy show depending on tho pomp and splendor of the court, lather than upon the merilsvtif the ruler for support. Indeed, we have keen it slated , , tliat .lessie rreely converse 1 m r.ll circles she f could influence, upon the propriety of mak- ' ing (ion. Frein nit a numarc'i of i part or a whole of Ihe country, cutting oihe from all ' obligati nis to III -C.S. (.'nvernuient, Imd t.-tk- ' ing advantage of the Southern disaffection to i , . j xrown t.ieai ;elvcs. ; I ili ' . is ( 1 Military. , . . . . , v .i Uo noticed on tho street m I o!edo the well known lace ot Col. .lames 11. Steednan. j llo is at present at home recruiting from his j almost J lereillaiiean labors in the service 'ol bis country. Perhaps no two men in the uriny have kccii harder sorvice than Cols 'toodinan nnd Norton. They were wiih the .three months men and have boih been in battle more than once, and have showed the true steel of tho soldier and patriot. We learn that Col. Fuller of the "J7th Ohio Jicgimcut is also in Tnl.slo. lie has been suffering from an attack of lever, but is now recovering, and will soon be well enough to join him regiment in Missouri again. Truly ll.ucHsand Wood can boast an ni'iny heroes ais any counties in the Northern Htatcs. The ti7th Ueginietit, Col. I lonry SU.cdnuiu, '. is now nearly full, bavin;; over POO mou ft iCuinp 'Lctta, Napde n. They are expected to bo mustered in next week. Wo lenrn with great pleasure that Major .r II. I Wood, of our county, luis received .tho appointment of Vuan'.eiwthler of (he MHUh regiment, now in cunip at 'IVW do. No better ajipointment coiib'l 'haw beoiliMiade. From personal aoipiaintaneo we know Major Wood to be n gentleman of intelligence, competency and pluck. And wo warrant that thev will bo entirely satisfied with the ! . , " ,, j , position ho has taken among them. 1 ' ' i 1 a 1 Sugar Growers' Convention. Wo e-.Ul ttiO attention of (he farmers and other inU'restod in the culture of sorghum, to tho following call; uud trust that the .county will bo represented : OlIlO SeOAB tiHOWKH' CoSVKNTION PhK- jjii'm KOtt tub Wr Svni'i'! A convention of those interested in thrt growth of the Sor jgho uud liuphee Sugar Cane, will bo held at iho Agricultural Hall over .1. I.. Oill & Sous' AVuro lloonis. North High Street, Columbus, on (Tuesday, the 7th of January, ISti'J, at 9 A. M.--tUo day jireceding the Ohio Slate . Agricultural I ouvt nUon. J. L. (Jill & Son offer 'a premium of one of Jacobs'! Patent Kvaporatjin for the bent Humple of (not lent than one gallon! molas- os, to be determined by u commit teo of live 1 Jrooerv Merchant. 'Iho samplo will be re-1 atned 'at tho ufjiee iT J.. J,. Gill & tVr cxtiibitiou. ' 1 orsous attending tho I'onvenfieu will jdeaso gather all the information possible: from their neighborhood, as to tho amount ' : of cane grown in this and previous yours,! undthe probable amount tht will bo grwwn f licxt year,, tho amount tofwoloso jiruJiiced; iiti nuc.iic.ru, i,. ei . ...r ., .:o - r . i tho Convont,. wiU oo Her u great lavor by ? "U '? ,B m g4L'-'ii "'.10U lldyluiu,u - iUfy ii uu win mil in' iinir l Uliruii Ti ..T. i ' .T 7 - . niAiiien uau, iicMiig county. ,v CoKNKLici Jacous, Frankiiii county, W. W. TifToji, J. Slouoii, " S. H. Holt, H.I). JIauhis, '" Jt. F. Fkasikb, Behnont cuiiuty. ' , R. A. JJooi's. ' . .,,Vm, Kluot, Coshocton county.' , . '; ',AXh. Ckvukr, Miidisou comity, v Joiik 0. IUmskv, lUrriaon county. .. 'i L, C. Fkost, Wheeling, Va.- - Wm. P;t;i.K, Clinton county. Johm Wkkiht, Dulawaro county, .K i 1 ' ( Jamkh fM0WK,r,, Fairtlold county. ' ; ajrEvery ouo should bo a subscriber lo j ! I I i j : I Sugar Growers' Convention. Port Royal in the Olden Time Sugar Growers' Convention. Port Royal in the Olden Time A Naval Expedition Three Hundred Sugar Growers' Convention. Port Royal in the Olden Time A Naval Expedition Three Hundred Years Ago. about twenty years since, begin a settle l.V,.,,..,,.i incut with about ten lamlies, but were ilis Tort Uoyal, it nppcm , poMcsne mi inte eating liittory, nnd w r point of amuo notoriety threo Imn lied yearn ago. Wo quote, tlih Tolf witj fi'uin UloNewi Yorjf Time I Tho region wound Port ltoyal entrance nnd island has a strange, eventful and ro mantic history. It waa, in fact, the first set tled spot on tho ceavit, of North America. How interesting, in view of our expedition, to rend the history of another expedition to the same locality," just threo hundred yeiiM ago, Tho first colony was sent out hy Ad miral t'oligni, a .ealoiia I'lolcshint, nnd then 0110 ol tho .Ministers tit-'UliMiiMui, who at the time of the war between i'e. French Protestants and Catholics, obtained per mission ol Charles IX to plant a i ninny of Protestants in Florida a name then applied alao to n great part of tho Southern coot. Ciuninand of two vessels was accordingly given to Jean llibaitlt, a "man expert in s u causes" and in the spring of 15(12 hit land ed on tho Florida coast. Hailing not th ward l... .1: ......I ..........I -;. fitu, , r vtiii, III) vJInCOVCIU'l nlllliii I I i i v. Trim "the fairness and largeness of its liar tvr Jlif filled tlniPol l, l.'oynLliyr., ,f ,, Tho old clu iniiiler,' U' idotiM'tif Whd V eompained the exj'edilioM, describes the scene in glowing colors, Splendid loresls, festooiiedwilh rich grape clusters, bird ol brilliant plumage, slags and deer in the luxuriant eavaiuiidis, . . ,s the. cninmaiidcr east his eye" iioriMd rhe' waifi-rVoi' I fie beauti ful river before him. s.iys Liuiihuiicre, and measured the breadth of its mouth and the depth of its Hounding, he persuade I him self that "all the argosies (d Venice Could ride upon its bosom." Accordingly, upon tho island a few miles up Port Uoyal river, reeled, it is said, on Hie very spot when tho town' of Heauloi't now slamU, a pillar Ififll flw tlt'l.lU 1,1' l-'l-ll. Illlll II teV ll.ll'H after built a hat. 'wli'elt. in honor' of liis King Charles IX he called -Charles' Fort" ,rx Carolina- irnm wlneli etreuiiistaneo the country look the name of Carolina.- Thus it wM that n tliut very spot that, for . , 1 ' 111 ll'ul I illlll tllt'l... Il II I II 1 I'lMl I'll.Ll'rf IICO Oil the North American coast, the Hag of acivil i.ed colony might bo seen by the approacl. ing mariner.' jiut tJiis . first French colony I not lloitrisli, and after sending out an other to tho same locality the French in lfi87 gave up all idea of making tiottlcmciitK. ; It wan almost ii eeuNuy after thin before the Hnglish began to eoloni'.o around Port Uoyal. Fatly in tho seventeenth century Lord Cardross led a colony Irom S Jutland, and settled in Pol l I'oval; but. this place. . . ... 1 1 . , i . . i i.i eiatiuiug, ii otu an a jreeiiieni wiiu ine i ,orn Proprietaries, eo-ordurale uulhority with the I lover nor and 1 1 rand Conned td Charles- llll. II , COIIIIHII'Mi IMA i.o in I .nil ' 'I - MU,Au .. : . n . i ..: 1 1. . .r ,(,. l,,ivevcr docs not .seem to ha vn ' . . ,. . ...... :.i . I progrestt very repi n , mr in a iraci eniinen, A New Cescnptio of thai I crtilc and Plea faiit IVoinc'i' of Caloliha. .4 ' hdia Arulululo, (iovcruor of the same, 1 fo7." the following passage occurs: "Tim principal place is Port Uoyal--' please (iod il may be ncaled Willi Iviglult and Scots in a eon liderahh; body, because it a bold port, and also a froniier upon the Siiauiard at Ail'iisline. The Hen Is d tressed bv the Spaniards. (); how might Iho i , ,, ; ' o .-,,,. . .. r.,. ieots that go now as '.Vilers to la-rve lor- (,it,n lm,;nfl. pW ,;,, t Uiey, 1 say,! stivugthen our American colonics, and j increase tho trade of (ileal Ih ilaiu ami ei - , '''''' ''' home and abroad!" In I ii W in. aver was seal out as ( ,ov- ,,,.,, Pi ,,,,,1 u ,;H "h'tifr of instructions he was told to " cause nil iho people of I'm l j Uoyal to swear ii'.le.jiance to our laivereigu j . suUv n'oe iidcl ly to the , proprietors and Ine toini ot goveruiueut es-i l, ,.,u.,i ,v them." j j j j I I ! j I j THE TOWN OF BEAUFORT. T;l(l ()WU i i. , ( . m I was lo.i .de 1 about the vcar I 711(1. 1 1 was called I lean fori I in! honor of Prince Henry, Puke ol lleaulord. "ll P'daluie. It is inns deseribed just a cei'.turv ago. i.-.i'uf. .rt is tS(v nest must .considerable 1 ";"' small town ple.san- 1 v situated on the soiiih sole ot a sea is- ,., ., t,,Vlli, r,,,,(( itshaihor. which is cijuu iuus uirl rtifrJiUidMuPi which ships of large size may sail." Il is also described be Sir Charles I, veil llie Truvi Is ia Ihe l ulled Stales: l!e niforl, li pictures pie town composed of, in assemblage of villas t!c summer tg-ti-deuces of numerous plaiilcrs, who retire here during the hot season, w hen the in- tcrior of South C.eolina is unhealthy for th"' whites. : Kaeh villa is shaded by a verandah, surrounded by live oaks and or ango trees." The Rebel Navy. attacked ten thousand inouutaiuei'is in Cir- cassia. After lighting six hours, the Uussi.-', aim were put to ilighr with v, rv heavy losbcu. inoludimr a (ieneral of Division kill-1 The New Vork Herald h.t i iurelligenee from Havana, that the rebels intend going into the privateering business in the future far more extensively than they have hither to done. .Their "navy" consists ol ;i(l steam ers, 111 s.hooners, 2 brigs, and 1 vessel classed as ' tihcertaiil. In addition, they have 12 large steamers which might easily be adapted for warlike purposes, and 2'J wssel which they are now using as trans port. Their force of naval ollieers em braces D captains, 'i;V commanders, 21 lieu tenants, ii iii.dshipiiieii, 7 surgeons, .'I pay masters,' ! chief engineer, 1 lirst assistant engineer, 2 ,'iavy iigeuls, I colonel of murines, beiUenant-e.iionel do., 1 major Uo. 2 cap tains and It second licutcuuitU do., making total of 87 ollieers. ttUX-Oen. Ihuiinnt of liuliaiu'.polis, former " ""' " '"IVT"1" "ul''"'a . has heen ordered from ( heat Mountain to Kentucky. , , , . . , ... Dl b, i ,.,i it., ,. ...... ...! .!... 1 ..f 4,7 .(I.Knii illlll, iiiii,ni,iivi nMiini I'l ill inc., portion of tho number ordered by (Jov- crumcnt to be purs'uascd in Kurope arrived on board the steamer Fulton. They were consigned to Collector Harney. iBaV-The name of Col. .leuuison.tho famous .lavhawker, is as much of a terror to the robel reside.us and marauders in Missouri as Jim. I.une s unit the accession of lirowu's men to bis command, was the occasion of ipiite a demonstration. fejy Henry A. t)verhoit, at Uroadfort, county, Pa., shot a young white swan that weighod fiitteen pound.-', and nieusured six feet between tl t -.j ,.r .i... lis feathers worn p.ifcctlv w h.te ll'- IHV wings. aud its legs black auppownt to be of the Australian speciis Jtl-jyFiftoeu thousand l'ussin troovn had od Si.v thoiiuaml Utifbiuiis .ve'0 Jvperted lujlej iijid wouiuleci. iVJ'fho duleat of the villain Wood, and the citation of Mir. Opdyko as Mayor of New )eik iw u triuuipli ot right and honesty over corruption and treachery, in 'id! good citiMuaevervwlioro may reioiec. a 1 veil seineiit in the 1 1 ar.nl to w j T fl(,. j00 ,.Wl for tl .orviee vf tho Atrabau t', . ,,.,.,..,,.....,,..,,,:,, ,i. . n . :,, .. ,-, l.r r ,n M i i hi in. ii. 'll im: 1 1.11 .111 OH roen otton AssoOiation n New AssoOiation In' New howth Wales uud (jiieenslaiiiL Pansago aii),X'.'l per auuiuii, and rations, are lhv iuduccuicnu, and the negroes will bo treated ly the Anstraliau Cotton Association preeihcly in the same manner (hut whit. j Mirvaitl arc, all being alike free subjects of our enlightened Gov ernment." kK'f When the Sau Jacinto, with Messrs Mason and Slidcli on. board, stopped lloluiea' Hole, on bei'Wuv to boston, u licet of one hundred vessels, which had been driven ti (uko jefugo there by riicks weather, pant t aptam v UKeaaii too honors, dipping thoirilax ami drcnoiug tUoioxelvca in the gayest possible, colon. At ouo time, from tho dock of the S.ui Jacinto; ono hun dred and thirteen national e.iis'gn.s could n cti rl vim. ' - '. ) T 'IP T! J.'. V The Rebel Navy. Local Matters. & Michigan R. OWNO HOVTIt. VlpM Kxp.i t;MI 4. . Mntt-v tl;O0. Prelclit fltOS a. a 00IM0 KOKTII. XlgMExp. . H-U4 , m .61 r. . .1:37 . v. nimi Freight Wood! Wood!! Wood!!! t Any amount of good wood wanted at lbif officio tn subserition. Now is the time to )'fiiig it in. - A II kind of fruit, nweet and Irish pota Kics, fowla, coi n, oals, hay, and in fact fil mont any nrticlf1 fif prodiiee also taken on subscription. .. , (. KmuT..--The dale on the I'rst page sho'd rend Peeoinber 12th, Itn tead of the .".th ; which, togctlicr with other miatakiH that may have nreiiiTed in this nnmber, can be aecouuled for by the absence of (lie origin al editor nnd proprietor. Bounty Land and Pensions We call attention to the card in another column of ('has. p. Tucker, Pens n and Hotihty Land Ajfmit at Washington City. Those entitled to Pcntdons, Itoiinty band or Money, can lmVo their Cliiimn jirepared and forwarded t( Mr. Tucker,, upon calling at this oilice.. r ft.ii" Mr. JliggiiM denios, iii the last issue of thq Jnif ifiitnil, that he agreed with us when we purchased the .Iol'kn.u. olliee, that ho would tint be connected with another paper in the county. In this matter the .Community have our word against hisj iind wc ure willing to trust the matter thus as our reputation for truth irt at leaRt. e ptal to that of tho editor of the Imh-piwlfnt. . rifX. We notieo in town already large ipiiintilics of fresh venison. The hunters Kay that game has not been as plenty for years an now. 11 the way, tlunn & Webb is a perfect repository of game and poultry, about now. We notice there, venison, and other gam". chickens, goose, ducks and tur keys dressed or alive, to suit purchasers. (Jivo them u call. Appointments. I I A.. I. (laiilner, ofCiload in this County, desires mi to say that he has received the appointment of Notary Pulilio for Wood County, nnd will attend to all business in his vicinity. (Jen. llollenbeck, we understand, has been appointed by the Trustees as Constable . .. . ... ... jr ivrryslmrg lownslnp. 1 Ins is jirotiaiily for the purpose of having th.' morels ol our town properly attended to. We recom mend him to give his entire attention to the enforcement of Hie hog law. book out. boys, or the high Cnuslablo will be after yon. What a Pity! pur old friend Mber has slopped his pa . per on account of grievances contained in lust week's issue. The article referred to was the one alluding to tho payment i f an order for printing bills, by the Tnn- toi s. We intended, certainly, no rellectioii upon tho Trustees, by allowing the article to ap I pear in our columns. Mr. Wilson can take to himself this consolation, however: That after his present term im' olliee expires, the people will probably no longer place him in a position to bo affected by such alhlsio:.. Melancholy Case. We learn that Viuing Mr. Chilcote, one o' t'le voliiutecrN in Col. (I'ibnon's regiment, sou of our late County Commissioner, has been brought home, temporarily insane. His insanity was caused bv over excitement and nervousness during the campaign. We liihi.'crciy hope thai the diacaso with wlilcl, ho is at present alllicled wdl not be perma nent, and that it may please Providence speedily to restore his reason and health. The Dancing Party, At the, Ualrd House, on last Wednesday evening, was well attended. Piiryidiurg tiever saw a pleasanter party. Mine host Harrington r.erved up a luagliiliceiit supper, in tip top style. The music by Messrs. WolcottH String Hand, of Maiiinee, was very line; and everything seemed combined to render the party a very pleasant one. All the "old stock" were out with their ladies, mid appeared to " trip the light fan tastic toe'' with as much ease as the boys and girls. Still at it. 'j',;H ( ja fah0 mu( ,;H informal: t had bet - . . .' .' .' .','. , i-i .tor Uw " f ' '""" oomo m;ar.r tho mark. So laras the editor I j liedly falno, and lliggins, when ho asserts it , m Vlxf ,uu, ,l0 ,.,u)ws iut wh.lt ho IV8 u , , .,,., , . , Uw MxA XhM ,ms " fln'acter In lose by asserting it. So far as Mr lliggins is loueerucd, liis word really needs no contra Fayetto diction in this community. All are too w ell I ,;,, i .:i, ,:,.. ... i'...i;.. ., , ,i.:,... i... ' Mr. lliggins in this week's issue seems to have oul-llcrodcd Herod in his miserable lying, dirty black-guard and abuse, lle de voles the most of threo columns to entire falsehoods.as regards our friend It.iiloy. Not daring to attack liim with his lying and rna hoiout articles when at home, lliggins waits until he is absent, and then pitches in with u vo.igifance. Ho accuses Mr. liailey of dancing, intemperance and numerous other vices, nnd all for the reason that Mr, Bailey nttchdod u mipper ut the It.iird House, on tho 4th inst. Tho truth of tho business is that Urn. Uailey did dance onco or twice of his own accord. ""Put that ho drank with thoso who were intoxicated, or that he was intoxicated himself is totally r-.nd unipndi "'0' '"' Mr. llgm also us- tt that mono one ' l.urrowin ; sirouud "he Court House" wroto tho article signed " PniUuder Hump." inonrlast week's issue. fov ,, of this paper is concerned, ho has always treated Mr. lliggins like a gentle man, and during ull tho win faro that has been w aged in tho late issues of the Journal ami h Independent, has looked on as a spectator. But he seems unwilling to live in peace with uuy one. None can bo ipiiel and retiring enough to escape his malicious llings. Query Suggested by Muddy Streets. ut of bo Whim a lady gets lulled in a gutter, la tin) muUl of populous mrot, l.iko a H.v Itmt I ti ini,oil In butter, Ami )ia to uaoorer lu-r feet, A gtnllr tl HuliiKir.il lit'U hs, . And niveu her grueefulli'st sweep, Im follow to lil.oiui Mr. Kditnr, 1 1 II he at her aiiklon ahouM vep, Just to ik-0 if they'io thick or lliiu; Mr. Kditr,U it via? 'teUTUoro bavo been no impoi taut en gageiuenla by our urmy during tho past i. . i. ... . .i ... ""ii iicnco me inoi 'eriic'K ot war imwa in thia intiuv. Death of Phillip Harns. On Mi nday evening lnt Mr. Henry A. Hams, of Peti.bi rville, thifl county, arrived at this place With tho Veina'.m of his son Phillip. .'who die. I at the Military Hospital at ('iicinn.iti.'on T.nivsd.iy night 1-it, th:; Cth ii.sl. . He had boon buried on Friday evening, and was taken up on Sunday. Tho deceased was a member of Company K, Capt. CaiifoU, 21 si Uegii-' lie bud breii out in the three . '"' rviee In lie same regiment, and was in excellent physi cal e jiid'.lloii during lie whole time. When ho left homo the last time, however, he wai in rather poor health, but bin desire t join hin coiura li s again in the struggle for his country was so ovc. -powering that it could not be resisted. He Was in the buttle at Pikcton, Ky., wIuto the Fe lend troops were victorious., but being unwell bo was sent o the camp of the 2lnt Ucglinent at Prestonbnrgh the day utter the tight. Jle fore arriving at camp, in handling bis mils kft it aecidc nlaliy diuc'narged, tho ball pass ing through his right band. Soon after be waa sent b (.'ji.clnnati with other sick and wonpdod soldiers, whore lie coutinuod to do well until tiboiit a week before bio death, when he tool; cold.atid lock-jaw supervening, ho died. His age was twenty years. His parents have the sympathy of many friends m the eotinly. Literary. We notice by lli'j Toledo papers that Mr. ('has. Urown, alms tli'1 veritable "Arteinns Ward," will deliver u lecture before tho young Men's Literary Association in To'e lo about tite 22 1 of January. Tho precise evening is not us yet determined, wo un derstand, but duo notieo will b" given. Kverybody has heard of Arteinns, and we all have read his aide-splitting letters, (to gether with some hrnd s;ilii, ones written by others ut ter liiu style.) No praise that we could give him woul 1 add to his laurels. .lohti f!. floligh has just completed a course of lectures in Toledo, before the V. M. b. A. His siipjocts were, "Fife in London," "English Manners," "London by Night" and "Temperance." On the latter theme wo think he excels. Tho oilier lectures were interesting, ' instructing aiiiU ebullient. Put when Mr. lough touches Iho subject of Temperance he waxes mighty no one however obtuse can fail to bo af fected and CMhvincel by his profound logic, his style and do, pieuee. He is about olos in his appeareuees in tho Cnited S lit.1, and will (-non leave for I'lnropo. [Communicated.] The purest treasure mortal times afford, Is spotless reputation : that away Men are but foam or clay ---[Shakespears. Much dilUeulty has arisen in ileliuiug the ili.sline tion lielweeii the suul of man and the spirit uf the lienst: anil it is pussihlc ihe (u'olileiii iviaild have remained unsolved had not u Power alioveis deter mined it. The book of inspiration tmith, "The spirit nf man goeth upward, hut the spirit of the beast goelh downward." The man has an intellectual rapacity, with jmwers of reflection, by which the force and eiu rgy of his nets increase ia their inten sity forever. The beast follows ils natural instinct, and having accomplished the object of its creation, passes from cMsleueo without entailing hientnl or Koeiul misery oil its fellow s. Such, however, is not the cusj with iiiaii, in the relations of his earthly existence; and in all his conuiuuiicatitius with his fellow beings, there is n nictivo. given for good or evil, which will mil on ctriinlly. Hcnsnning from the analogy of religious am! social life, how evi dently is this portrayed. As an example, we would especially notice the influence. wIi'k-Ii slander has on the public and pri vate clmi'.icter ofiiur neiglilims. Indeed, no tongue eiia slate or pea describe the inexpressible misery occasioned thereby. Hy it the foundations of har mony and unity are upturn, nnd friends transformed to foes. Ofttimes hy it the life-long destiny of in dividual nnd of fuimlicN nro shrouded in' sorrow, in bitterness and in infamy; and the source of their trouble continues hid, until the light of eternity reveals the secrets of nil hearts. In many cases, slander has its origin in suspicion, in some it is thu offspring of rensorioiisiu'ss, in others of malice. I.iimentiible it is to know thai (hero are these of both sexes wholly oceunied in this work of defiini.i tion. their character and mode of operation is nptlv stated hy Milton, w hen describing the approaches of Satan to our mother Eve. Him there they found Squat like a toad, close at the ear Eve, Assaying by his devilish art to reach The organs of her fancy, and with them forge Illusions, as he list. Not content with gprcading tales of folly, frailty nnd vice, they proceed to enlarge them, to invent new ones; and blacken character, that we may np peur hateful and odious to each other. Aee.nn jilisliiug this, they rejoice in their infamy. Their mode of operation id mostly secret. Tliey go pri vately from one to another,' distilling tha venom of their slander ; not with the intent thereby to give less publicity to their stateia.'iils, but r ith'er more; the trick of secrecy giving them greater credibility, Hud causes the mliject to be inoro npoken of. So lliu talc passes from ono to another through the whole community. The estimate of a nerson is thus made; the opinion of charicter in thus formed, and the deadly insidious loliey of thu slanderer. one u eerei poison, piMiuiees incurs oie results ere tho victim discerns it, and renders tho detection of its authors iiiiiHi.sihlo. Of all classes of evil persons, (he whispering slanderer is pre-eminently vile. The thief who steals your purse, the midnight assassin who stabs you to the heart to possess j our properly, the rave- iious noasi waica grin is you betw een ita teeth to atisfy the cravings of its appetite, they lire honor- aoie una Kiim w hen comparcil with such, C.uld the slandeivrs reHliie their meanness thev would concede the beast a loftier elevation in the t-csle of creatures. The eniUirv may tie made us to how this Imue of aoeiety can be abnte'd. 1'ho answer is sim ple and plain. It is by rcsiertiiig the reputation of our nei'dilsir as we do'ouro wn; and without int -ii 1- mg to unci me harmless ivptile, wc sav, when the slanderer anproachc you with defaiuiihw.v tales, N. H. C. A Curiosity. Henry Thornton, Fsip, wo uiidcritiind,haR in his possession ono of tho veritable pairs of aoisaoiH alluded to by our young (riend. riiilaudcr" in our lust week' issue, ua lmv- big been uWtracted bv lV-Aix. from the! ;0llir., IIVIll llic Scnato (,'li.uubcr, wit ilo lie was Clerk tberoin, Mr. Tlinnit ui dWiim b kIiow tbo B.tnio lo nil persnim for the inoJcrato aum of one diioo per lte.iil. Tlio nionoy to bo nppropri. lUeil tii tbo imiueiliuto roUef of tho ragged, Imlf starved employees of Ibo lolnulcnt .otiiee. - - J'lnmie, what ill jppear in die luM .Tauiu1. Concert, Friday Evening. 0'irfit.7.cii.i W'H be J leaned t-i lenrn that on Ft -clay rvoning of the prosi-nt week, the fust nbiio rehearsul of tho class in vocal mid iii 'trmontal music under the d,: i (ion oT I'rof. Spra.'lt ', of To'erio, w'.d 1' givitl at ihe Cn.irt IlotHe, Ail of tlio b -st vm n. ist.i and porfoi imi s of our town will ap, e. r. Among others, Misse Walling, Nm ton, Wil kison, Vnn, lhlrd, HoUUter. lhown and Crunker, and Messrs. Shannon, Williams and Cornell. Tho soi vieen of Miss Minnie Hampton and .Mr. uud Mrs. T. I. llriiwn, tin. I Mc'sra. Weld and llutler of Toledo, have also been secured. Mr. Spi ngue'n rep utation is too w ell established here to nee l any comment. Tho M. Dill Darrill family will be on bund. Tho entertainment will doubtless bo ono of the best ever given in IVrryaburg, and nil will loose a treat who fail to bo present at tho concert, Which they will ucldoin have an opportunity ol' enjoying in tho f iture. Our Book Table. (lolt:v' b.uiv's Hook, Janary ISI12 j bom A. Oiidey, Pliil.ldelpM.i, I'l. The first number for the new year of this slandar l ladies' magazine linn been already laid 11)1011 mil ta ble. If pos.'ible, it is even more attractive than usual. The pr iprictors continue to furnish those gorgeous d.mble-piigo fashion plates. We regret that tiiiu nnd space prevents us ft- mi giving it a more lengthy notice at present. Tonus, $3 a yjnr; two C'.pics, $". Notice. Me isrs. Strong nnd lilinn having enlisted to servo their country on tho battle Held, the undersigned have purchased tho " New York Cash Store " of W. A. Strong, situated in the west end of the lkiird House, and begs leave lo inform the citizens of Ferry h burg and vicinity that Ihe ntore 'will lis usual contrive to cater to the wants of the people, (loo, Is of all kinds will be sold at the lowest possible caah prices, and those desiring anything in our line will liud it from ten to twenty per cent, advantage to buy of us. Call and see us al the New York Cash RYDER & TYLER, Successors to W. A. STRONG. Successors to W. A. STRONG. NEW GOODS, NEW PATTERS, ETC., AT SHERWOOD'S. T" verything rich, rare, nnd beautiful in Millinery. Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Dress and Clonk Trimming, (.lures, Hosiery, Worst eds, Clienels, Woolen Yarns, Worsted patterns, Slipper patterns, Worsted work, etc. Dress and Cloak making in all its vat ions branch es. Cutting and lilting done lo order on short no tice. Patterns for all the latest designs for cloaks, mantillas, sleeves, aprons, sacks, etc., etc. HATS AMI J?" L ATS JiLKAt'HKD, colored and pressed into nny of the fashionable shapes. Tracing for all kinds of embroidery on flannel, merinos, Milk, velvet, etc. l'iiiking,stitchiug, (piiU ng done to order on short notice. i'lease call and examine our assortment of new oods, for wo are confi hull that we can please all rim lavor us with their patronage. AT SHERWOOD'S. MR. & MRS. SHERWOOD, Oct10-3mch 119 Summit St., Toledo, O. "A- riwmbnrt!(l tltn Forgotten" was beau tifully said of II owa!'d the philanthropist. It also applies to every man who brings the ameliorations, comforts and enjoyments of life within ihe reach of persons and classes who are otherwise deprived of their advan tages. Kspecially may it b. said of him who laboriously seeks and tiads .lew menus of preserving healrh, "the poor man's capi. tal and the rich man's power.-' Wo think, this eulogiuni properly applied to.I.C. Aver of Lowell, the renowned chemist of New F.ngland who, spurning' tho trodden paths to fame, devotes bis entire abilities and ae piirc meiits to the discovery of Nature'- most effectual remedies for ilinoase. When the hidden blessing has been revealed, be pro ceeds to supply it to all mankind alike, through our druggists at Hit:h low prices that poor and rich may alike enjoy its bene fits. .lournal ami Finiuircr, Portland, Me. Rev. Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in the "Boston Christian Freeman." Mas. Winsi.ow's SooTiliNO Svitn. Are all the mothers who read the "Freeman" acquainted with this article, which wo have advertised for the last few mouths ? We would hy no menus recommend any kind of 111 slieine which no did not know to be good - particularly for infant, lint of this Syrup we can speak In 111 know ledge ; in otir own family it has proved n blessing indeed, by giving an infant trnub'.e 1 with colic pains quiet teep, and ils parents hn'irokcu rest al night. Most parents can appreci ate these blessings. We nr : entirely opposed to the prevalent practice of drugging infants, and would sutler lose. t.uv night's reft than consent to such a e-urse. Hut here is an article which w orks to perfection, nnd which is harmless: fi.r the sleep which it nltards the infant is p Tfeelly iraturnl, and the little cherub awakes 11s " bright ns a button." A lid during the process of teething, its vnluo is in calculable. Wo have (reipiently heard mothers say they would not be without it from the birth of the chibl till it ha I finished with the teething siege on any considerations whatever. We have spoken of this Syruii for the benefit of our r 'a lers w ho are parents". We know its good value, anil have experienced some of the rich blesv ings which result from its use. .Mrs. Winslow is no quack, but a woman of long cxperinco ns a Nurse nnd Family physician. Our National Disorders-Dr. Roback's Cures. The American stomach is a tormenting organ, It is gen-Tilly out of order. The reason is obvious. The driving man of business has not time, or will not take tim 1 properly to masticate liis food, lie holts it, and as habits' arc catching, all classed fol low his example. Hence Dyspepsia, with all its complications hence Indigestion, Liver Com plaint, and disorders of the i'owcls, in nil their various phase. Against these and a hundred other complaints, Scandinavian Wood Pills nnd Mood I'u rilier niv waging an exterminating warfare. The yuccess of these Medicines hns been astonishing, even in 1111 of scientific miracles. They do nut alleviate, they extinguish X disorder. The" agony, the fever, the debility, thu despondency which characterize atlliclions of tin- digestive nnd accretive organs, vanish tinder tho influence of these prepa rations. The constitution itself acquire new en crcv under their operation. See advertisement. ' 3-'w4 Mexican Mustang Liniments 1 Intrinsic virtue nloue could insure the success which this article bus ntt iined. For Ithcuiuatism, Salt Itheuin. Hunts, llruises. Stiff .luints, or (ialls. Sprains, I'oll Evil, and Swellings upon Horses, it has no ctmali No person will be without it who hasoitce tested its value. Mr. John Daniels, of Montgomery, Ala., sold a negro for sfSOO, raised from uselessncss bv the Mustang Liniment. I.. W. White, Esip, liidglield. Conn., syf-"l can cheer fully say no article bofore ever effected tuich cures in our vicinity." Mr. S. Letch, Hyde Park, Vt., writes: The horse wus considered worthless, (his case waa spa vine,) but since the ft'eo use of the Mustang Liniment, 1 have sold lem for ft ail! Such facts aro reaching us daily. It thould bo in every house and stable, lint b sure you get the genuine; il has been counterfeited by unscrupulous parties in St. Louis. Each wrapper will hereafter bear the rfyuaturaof D. S. Haines, Proprietor, and (i. W, esthiook. CheuiUt, with the protective words, "Trade" "Murk" in two Medallion of the Federal The i Sold bv deal D. S. BARNES, New York. 32m2 Mothers, read this. The followliiL' is an rxirarl from a letii-i- u.;o.. by the pastor of a UapUst church to the " Journal tt,,'l.:ll;'H!i;u,,lr' ."'vmnati, iMms and speaks vol - um.'s in favor of that world-renowned luedteiue Mas. WtNPLOW'a Soothino Syhi p or cmiiiats TKKTlll.N'G; "We eo n advrrtfseuienl in your columns of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. ' Now we never said a worJ in favor of patent mrdi, in,. 1 ,-f, our life, but wc fed uoinpcile J to sjy to our roarers, that this 'is no humbug " R uavb IKItD IT AMD A' T.? ,Ta?,m,' ,( I'hly. '- hi -iMiiics 111 m any, dc cause it is one of thebcM: and thoso of your readers who hve ,4hi.a c.e( t d b l r tlir. tol iT iu a 4.1 Iv, NEW ADVERTIS'MENTS giiFimrs su.k. Henrr Phillip- i t si . C!m. SuM.-rH a'. By tiiine of no nr l r of i..i'e t" to 'directed from tht court of rohintun ple.it of Vim I ri.ttnte, 1 1 i I will offer fur ail; at the do ir of th covtl hoou in Perrrsburg. Wel ci.'-.nii . I'hio. On Sii'urd.ir. tin- Hth o!kv of .Isamnrv, Isn.'. between the h vio ofbt o"i Ft if. i.tii. an I 1 o'clock, p. m. of aaid tl.i v , :j f-.Slowing de-iTibed hnds and tcnvmrtilf, to'-wil j . The n-w frxetional rsrt f sec. 11. in tp. 6 north, Mnpc Ii! ensf, 1,'in on tlir norih .ei ia of Portage river, supposed to bf; 12 rre nioro or lest. ,Also the a-it part of the oust putt of the k-w ' ,' see. 2. t ran & north, range I J e tit, fin taining 111 acres uf land. Also tho cast pnrt ot tlie n-w traction fif sec. 11. town f north of f.injtn 1 onst, eiintainiiig 2 ncrea more or les. C. E. (iV YEn". sheriff. M. 1!. A. It. Wirr. ,1 Donnt: Tvi.ftH. ntlvs. Perrysburg, Dee. l.'th. IH'il Ww5?:l K2. s IIKRIKK'S KAI.I'. AlpliiuHi, Tafl xt. .foim ('. Worlhinrtoit et nt. 1 Hy virtue nf nn or l"r of n lie i lsited in the utmve en use by thu clerk of tho court of common pi ms of Wood c.iuiitl', Ohio, nnd to in directed and de livered, I will oiler for 11 ile nt Public Von bin at the bier of llu; court Iiouhu in (ho tow n of IVrryihurg. W001I comity. Ilhi", on Sntnrdiy. .lanuiry IS. ISi;2, between the hours 'of 111 a. rh. nnd 4 p. in. of uni.l day, the follewing described lands and teneiii ents to-Viti All thn.'e certain lnM nr parcel of land K ing in Wood county, 0., nnd known as cut lot N , il3 nn I No. 201, under new survey of tait lots in the City of PetTvsiuirg, in sni I county. ' . (I. E. (JL'VEU, sheriff. M. H. &. It. Waitk. nltvs. Perrysburg, Dec. 12, t.S!H -n2w"3 1 17. gllEKI l''l'" S ALE." " Tonee Dioteait et nl vs. Julius lilinn el id. Hy virtue of an ord-r of side issiud in the above ciinae by the clerk of the court of enmiu 'ii plniis of WikhI eriim'v, Ohio, nnd t.i ine directed and deliver ed, I will oiler for sale nt public vendue nt the door of tho court home in Perrysburg, Wood county Ohio, on ' Saturday. January IS, 1M2, Is'tween the hours' of 10 a. t'u. 1111 1 4 p. 111. of sai 1 dav, the following dseerPied landi nn I tenements tn-'wit : Out lots 2ft. 2ll:t. 200 and 21 II as laid out in the town plat of Perrysburg. in the county of Wood nnd state of Ohio. (i. E. ( IT VI'.H, sheriff. M. H. It. Waitk. nttvi. Perrysburg, Dee. 12. lftl-325$3 14. gllEIUFF'S SALE. William Uaignill vs. Ilufus Little et al. liv virtue of an order of sa'e issued by the Clerk of the Court of Ci 11111101 I'leas of Wood county, Ohio, in the above cause, and to m? directed nnd delivered. I will offer for sale nt public vendue at the door nf the Court II mse, in the town of Perrys burg, Wood county, Ohio, 01 Satnnbiy. January 18. 1SM2, between the honrs of ll) n. m. and i p. m. of said diy the following des-rbjd lanls mrd t 'iiptnents to-wit t The s-e 4 of s-c. 14. tp. .1. range 0 con taining lilll acres. Also north lialfol'n-e J4 of see. 2i!, tp. 3, range (I, containing neres. Appraised at $1,(S.S0. (!. E.GCVEK, sheriff. M. K. & It. Waite. nttvs. I'en vsburg, Dec. 12, 1 3 U .".2'.v..?rt 31. HiatlFF-S SALE. Edwnrds A bldingfi vs. William Teamsides et nt. . lty virtue of an order of sale issued ill the above e iso by the clerk of the court nf common pleas nf M unci countv, t'lno. nn 1 to m ! ilirect 'u and deliver ed, I will offer for sale at public vendu lit th" door of the court house in the town of Perrysburg, Wood county, Ohio, on Safurlay, January 13th. 112, between the hours of 10 n.'m. nnd 4 p. iri. of that day, the following described lands and tenements, t i-w it : The west half nf the s-w of sec. :t; . town fi, north of range 10 east, also cast Jj of s-e -4 of see. 3,"), town 5 north of range IK east, also east half of west of s-e i see. Hf. (own 5 north of range 10 east; in all, 200 acres of land. (J. E. OCT Ell, sheriff. DoixiR &. Tvt.Eii, ntlyo. l'erryshurg. Dec. 12.'l8fil-:i2w5S:i fi.f. 1fElUFF"S SAbE; William Witten and John Davis vs. Henry IWley. Hy virtue of two executions issued in the above case by the clerk of the court of common plens of Wood county, wino; nitil to me ilireeten aim deliv ered, I will offer for sale at public vendue at the dour of the court hons j in the town of l'erryshurg, Wood county, Ohio on Saturday , January lSth. 1Sii2. between the hours of 10 a. tit. arid 4 p. in. of that day. the following described lan ls and tenements, to-wit : Ijit No. 1, sec. Irt, tp. 3. range 1(1, 10.52 acres. 2. " M," 3. " in, 4(1. a.', neres. " 7, ' 1 , " :;, " III, 40. lil acres. " H. " M, " 3. ' 1(1. .10.(12 acres, situate in said county, emit ling liil acres of land, more nr less. ' O. E. O I'VE It, sheriff. l'litcK A' Johnson', nttvs. l'erryshurg, Dec. 12, IMfil - 32w.'i3 S2: SHERIFF'S SALE; Asher Cook vs. Jacob Miller et si 1 . Hy virtue of ail order of sale issued in the above case by tho clerk of the court of common pleas of 1. 0011 county. iMiio, un l to ine directed nnd deliv ered, I will oiler for sab- at public vendue tit the door of the 'court house in the aniii of Perrysburg, Wood county. Ohio, on Saturday. January 13, litfl j between the hours of II) n. in. and 4 p. in. bf that day. the following deseribed lauds mid tehcnieiits, to-wit: Thu s-e ,' of the s-e J of sec. Xo. 31, tp! 1 north of range 1 1 cast in said county, containing 10 acres of land. Appraised nt Stun! (. E. 01' YER, sheriff. I'ltiCK k Johnson, nttvs. Perrvsburg. Dec. 12, islil - 32w5$3 31. HElilFF'S SALE. Susan Hefting et al vs. Joseph I!a!stol1, Sr., et nl. Hy rir;n.' of an or ter of sate issued in the above cause by the clerk of the court 1 f c nimiai pleas of iVood county, Ohio, and to me directed and deliver ed, I will offer for sale nt public vendue at the door of tho court house in Perrysburg, Wood county, Ohio, 011 S iturdav, January IS, ISiij, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. ni. of thai day. the following described lands nnd ten Miients. to-w it: 1 Ile s-e qr. ot the n-e ,r. of see. o, m tp. a north of range 11 cast in said county, containing 4(1 acres more or less. It. E. (il'YER, shei'iff. I'iiick it JiitiNsoN. ntlvs. Perrysburg, Dec. li, itiii1.32wj.-53 14. s HE RIFF'S SALE. Li Hi Rocers Vs. John Knori Hv virtue of an order of sale to ine directed nnd delivered from the court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, in the above cause, I shall offer for sale at the door of (he court house, ill 1 errysblug, IV oml county, Whin, on Saturday. January IS, 1SH2, lietween the lean's of 10 a, in, and 4 p. in, of that day, the following described lands and tenements, to-wit: The south half of the n-w qr. of wc. 22; tp. 3 north Of range It) east iii said county, contain ing HO acres of land more or less. Appraised at $320. (i, E, (il 1 lilt, slu rill, PlilCR k .lOHNSOV, att Si lVirysburg, Dec. 12, ldlil 32wj3 14. C-UEUIFF'S SALEi (leorge Hinwn vs. Andrew Speice et id. Hy virtue nt an order of sale to me directed and delivered from tiie court of conation pleas of Wood county, Ohio, in the above cause, I shall offer for sale at the door of the court house, in Perrysburg, Wood counivi Ohio, on Saturday, January IS, 1S02, between Ihe hours of 10 . in. aild 4 p. 111. of that day, the following described lands and tenements, to-wit : The cast hall' of tho s-e qr. of sec. 30. tp, 3 mirth of range ten east, ill said county, Containing 80 acres of laii.1 111 a-o or loss. Appraised at $320. ti. V.. liL'VER, sheriff. Price A Johnson, nttvs. lVirysburg, Dec. 12, '6l-32w..?3 04 s inCRH'V'r! SALE. Marshal Kev. ir. ct al vs. Robert McMali&r, ct al. Hv virtue of nn order nf sale to 1110 directed and delivered from the court ol common pl-ds of Wood county, Ohio, ill the above cause, 1 shall o'jcr for sale at the door of tho court hewv, iii Cijrvsburir. i 1 ,11.1.. 11 WHI luilin , "linn I'll Saturday, .Tai'.lmry l, 18C2, between the hours or 10 a. la. and 4 p. m. of that day, the following describe ! lands ami tenements, to-wit t i he north pari of the n-w qr. nf the s-w (Vactlou of seo. 6 tp. ; north of range lleust in Wood couury, Ohi.i, conUiiniug 120 acres of land, mora or less. Am,,-i..,i,l t 1r.11 more or less.' Appraised at $2;liili. (i. E.til YER, sheriff. Thick Jt Joiison, attvs. Perrysburg, Dec. 12,' loPt 32wi?3 31. jew coons: xew noons n n endless van Arietr at the Cash Store of WM. H0VST0 MARKETS. Perrysburg Market, COKltECTEO W1KKLV liV f.I!. Vll l.Lt K CO. Wheat bu .bj(jjui) yiouf JhX .. -iulflibl Tallow V lb- So HiUia "tl Hi 9,dlUu Shoulders Wlb-.-. &o Rye V on. :ti)0 Corni'liu .... ;'iifl.J." Oats V bn 18X;0c IVtauxiaV bU"t'0( 2 IhUie.- V lb'-6vj,li I'oiilir ' Bb .... 6(ji'io Lz:rs Wdos 10c UllcrtJtb Uvt.m U11.CB Uidisl lb- . .4', .-all xi l'"l m P1.7-' bud tfl3 ... . ., He. . Cleicr ?ic.1 '.an .1...(t .: . , -o - . ! ' .f-!t"t ' HFTilKKS SAbP. Hy vlitn of an erlcrof sale iiwu-d in th ab rnw by tho clerk of thu rout t ol ci intimn pl,,L.'T Wood county, Oiiio, and to tit- diii'cted ana dil rred, I will offer for sal - at put, he tim lne at itW dimr of tlw eou't home in the town of PctTTsburf WihuI c untr, (if in, i n Saturday, January HU,. IS--?, Iw'.neen the hours of 10 1. in. nnl 4 p. Ik. of (hut dav. (he followinir p t-eserilwd prtmisci to-wit I Tha tvwt i of n-w V of n-n ) sec. US, towB d north, rnrige Hleis! (i'O acres. 1 (I. E. tH'YER, sheriff. DoiHiti t Tri.rn, nitv. I'.rrysburg, Dee. 12, l;lu24f 2 t,r, I"0AT) NOTIC'K. X-Xice i. hei-'br rfmt . the (ionimissioiietfi of Wood county burn t M.inted rbwera and surveyors on a petitiou tt a Couiitv Road commencing at" the north-vast corner of section sis in Perry Township, Wood county, tiienea west on Ihe section line to intersect a coun tv mad nt or near Hatfii ld School House, in tha s one township, end that cild viewer- nid urejrr w ill m n t at the !icue of (ienrge Stroma in ashl toauship. en th l.iil. Jtdy next. OEOrfiH TrKOM nX. I'riii. l'ctilioucr. r.'irv t..!-. D .c. 4, "til S5w4 r-pO D1S AILED SOT.OlEltP.-Ser.tnpn aat 1 , Marines, tind Widow or oth r Heirs el tl.wJ who have died or been killed in the s. rvic.'. CllAUbES C. 1UCKKR. Atb-Miy fir Chi'nvjiits, r.nunty and JPcn sieii Agent, Wnshing'en CiVr. I. ('. . , . I'ensio is proctrri.il li r S ddiers. Seamen, and Marines of the presuttt war, w ho ar dis-ildml Ly reason of wound rceired or disease ei ntrnited while in svrviee. and l'oivdon. tiumity ilomy and Arrears of yay oblaiiK-l for widows or other htiti of thoso who' have died or been killed while u CHAS. T TL'C'KER, Wnshingtuii, D. C. Xov. 211, I Hill. s SPECIAL NOTICES. IMPORTANT TO FF. MAT, ESI.; L bit. CHEESE.MAX'S TILLS. Prepared by Cornelius Clieescninii, M.D. New York Cite. Tlic'cmubination of iugn-dients in these Hills niv'th" result of a long nnd extensive practice. They are mild In their operation, and certain in correcting all irregularities, painful Menstruations, removing all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise) liend ache, pain Ihe .side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous affect ions, hysh-Tlcs, fatigue, pain the back nnd limbs, &c, disturbed sleep, which arrise from interruption of nature. To Mmuukd Laihes. Dr. Cheescinnn's Tills aro tuvalttablo, as they will bring on the monthly peri od with regularity Women who have been disap pointed in the use of other Pills can place the utmost e intideiice ia Dr Checsemau's Pills doing all they reprcseirt to do. . ' Xotick. There is one condition in the female sys tem in which the Tills cannot lie taken without pro ducing a rnct Ll ah kesui.t. The condition referred to isrunoNACV nndtlieresult.MisCAiiHlAGl!. Such is the irresistablo tendency of the medicine to re store the sexual functions to a normal conilitimi.that even the reproductive power of nature cannot (Mist it. Warranted purely vegetable and free from any thing injurious. Explicit, directions, which should be read, accompany each box. Price $1. Sent by mail on enclosing $1 to Dr. Cornelius L.C'hcest;man, Im x 4.531. Post-office, New York City. i7Sold bv one Drugnist in every town ia thft r. s. ' 1:. h:hctciil's, Oeneral Agent for the I'. S., No. 14 Broadway, To whom nil orders should be addres ied. For sale by Pkck 4 H amii TON,Perrvsburg. 42-1 y p v. 1 . PARK'S PRICKLY TLASTERS. They Impart Strength ; they Annihilate Tuin. I These delightful plasters yield readily lothe motion of the body, absorb perspi ration and throw off nil the offensive c(iignlated impurities of the system. j'fhev should be used for nil Chronic 1 Pains, Faiutness, Dyspepsia, Colds, Con 'sumption, Rheumatism, Female Wenk iiiess, etc. They retain their active prop ionics when other Flusters are u.ioloss.and j w here applied pnin cannot exist. Every 'family should liuvj them. Ono sine n jclotli,' three sizes nn leather. Sampleacut by mail, on receipt of 23 cents. T. S. KARNES. 13 .1 li Park Row X . Y. Park's Tatont Torus Trickly Tlastcrs Are Hold Hy all Dealers From l.to 2.: Dimes. April. 1801 -lflly. 0 A Ii OIL, C O H, OIL, 1 . C O A Tj OIL, C O A j 0 1 L , The best lh.it can be liad. is now selling ut the DRUG STORE! - FOR - ONLY BIX IT CIS PER GALLON ! ' "Come all and try it, And you'll e'er buy it." ' TECK & HAMILTON. 1ROHATE NOTICE; -Notice is hcrebv given I that John Weaver, Guardian of Elizabeth H iwse, heir of ,fabcz Howse, late of Wood county, Ohio; ilee'd, has filed his accounts and vouchers for ttnal settlement in Ihe Probate Court of snid county. Said cause will be for hearing on the 18th day nf December, A. I). 1 SO 1 . lb W. TOE, Dec. 3d a2w3 Trobate Judge. T 1-. tt Arron .11 ; () WAN. ATTOItNKV at Law and Notahv 1'rm to Olliee with thu Trobate Judge. 'i-.','l TerrysliurgrWooii County, 0. I ATEST FROM. THE SEAT OF WAIt! (jIIKAT I'.XCITKMKNT AT i'ERRY'SBL'RO, 0; NEW STOVE, TIN AND HARP WARE STORE! Tub subscribein would respectfully inform t!i3 citizens of Wood nnd adjoining counties, that, I Br ing leased the store formerly occupied by IiROWN &, HUNT; they intend continuing the Stoic and Tin Trade in all its brandies, and connect there with the JIAUDWAIM'MJL'SIXESS, nnd would be pleased to reccivo the calls of nil who may be in want. Our prices shall be as low as the same quality iind stylo can bo purchased for in Toledo or elsewhere, COME ONE COME ALL, ns we wish to bj coiuo acquainted: H0STWICK & TYLI.R. 1 Alt LOR. COOK. AND BOX STOVE, Just receiving, -the largest nnd best assortment ever brought lip the river, w hich we offer at Toledo prices. KOSTWICK & TYLER. TII1MPLE SlUKrTpiPE BOXES, At KOSTWICK TYLER'S. NAILS AND HOUSE TRIM VI I ' GS Cheap, at UOSTWiCK & XYLLU S. IRON, (nil ip8.) IIORSK SH0.E, BAR, AND NAIL RuiK Warranted, ut Toledo r rices, ut KOSTWICK &. TYLER'S. BiRTON & WEED'S COOPER TOOLS I At HOST-KICK k TYLER'S. AXES: AXES'! Single and Double Suvl, at KOSTWICK i TYLER'S. HARNESS TRIMMINGS! A good ass .rtment at B0STWICK k TYLER S. V A RPENTER'S TOOLS. (1 EN ER A L HARDU ARE AND CHAINS Of all kinds, at IIOSTWICK & T YLERV, T I N WA R E ! A 1WSTW1CK A TYLtR'S. JOB TIN WORK ! Dene on chnrt uctf'.'c and nl reasonable rric, st , "STWICK i TYLER'S. 1 crrythurg, Ohio, Oct, 9i, IRbl-i'Oly. O C H OO b K X A MINERS' NOT'CE p 1 he Boai-d will bold Uu ir n,t regular wioci mr the examination of Teachers, as follows- Howling Green, firnt Tuetdav iu Dccnibrr IVrrrsburg, tirut Tiwday in" J.xousrv, . 15J In advlilion to the usual eourse, Teach'-rs wi'lbr fterbe.vimmed!n uiricnu Hi,tvrT- f unctUuby at 9 o ilcri. fc w . . W. WoofturBT.rterlc.