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tT.i'bb Julia . . Yeffer John Hpilind Conrad Lawrvnes' IIC Frdriik Rti Wlph PTRRC.i Jtrutt Out Lot TAUT. TJ I I TWmtrTp 100 ft w Ido and tract n o?U tt" 911! 2M pt n of Orav Creek , 4 acre south-cast enrnfr 2'ifl pt smith of Junetlnn railroad 270 pt nnrth of smith lino of railroad , 2SH pt nir of Hno 6" ft nf railroad 1 Total Tm A Vluc. Penally. Acre. V"" Poll, f. c m TTT$ if 1 60 8n 2n 24 Wi A 3 ,1 nn II 0.1 T S 4 l'.M 8 31 1 1 28 20 92 & 0 2 83 3L' 1 4S 0 S I U 2 04 4 8 VILLAGE OF WESTFIELD ipanglfT ft W T.Tlr Levi ' same PhoMii Renboo Taylor Thomas inrno . ' J HUH ' 'l same I Mantroa David Thomas la Lot No. 4 1 1 11 : 19". . 20 24 SS, . 29- INT 64 3 in 21 71 21 0 00 7 3 30 3 12 30 0 1 30 2 87 13 54 II 78 1 30 4 21 81 GILEAD CORPORATION. PnoUIn Ch McKee John Palmer ffm . rtl Henry Oillett Alvah Davis A C end C XV Davis Thnma Graham Jnlm N m me in mo ' Clymer Samuel II ickenbergcr Jacob Unknown sam Dnvia Alpheus Ptirdy .Innie Davis Cha Unknown Graham J no K Lot. Pee. '. : ' ' i, i m T ti . ' ' : .IM 1 2 231 A 2 . 61 10 2, 21 4 3 4.' 4 4j "I It- 4' P- . 0 4, II 3 7! M 13 I1 Weet Addition 2D I 17 l; do 191 18 l do 32 13 Hn 2(11 2 3 An i! 3 0.1 80 1 4 3, tin i! 6 I 8j lo 22! 80 89 ft 9 2 6 3 13 71 V I 41 4 3 27 II (I 07 4 4 14 0 4 PH 0 8 21 0 3 ft 07 7 31 8 II 11 8 I U8 12 41 2 61) 0 8 11 I 1 Oil 9 02 4 MILTONVILLE CORPORATION Ewlnp Win Vlrlch Jolin W rtanix Ewinga Wui Lot No. 22! 21 21 7 25 2.S 2; ';Wiiter Liit ost part outh-wcst TORTAGE CORPORATION Paiit is I'ortaue Townmiii Prracott Elisha Bloom II Kborloy Jacob Bash l ord Ooorgo Same De Witt JohuW Pray Ambroso Pr y Osin n Pea'chin Catherine Ji.hnann Susnn Bnlsbury Jonathan Johnson Susan McCmry Shiihii'I a.im. Mi'FmMt'ii .Inmca Wlietstime Diiuiol sumo H.ukins Culistor . aamo tamo mn Riw Murriftftn Clouli Asi'iinth (Nnui Huskily r'nllot'T McCrnr Siimuol miinn Tlnpliiiia blister Onlwny OHtlinriiis (initio niMkins I'ulirti-r Unlirny Ciitlmrine MMH' Lewis Jnnirs Kiini' McP.in.ild 0 W Ki.r('n Austin Hurpmro a lltu-hannn anmo 11 4 r : : n : : . : : i : : n : : ! ' 7 1 . . I went mmlli tvit Hurlli vnitt Nontli iroHt ninth tmrtli mint inirlli puit mirth i't umith went fr "null p in north ivrnt trucUmi lit v v Kti ip Ji.i nl.i Inn); nnil 201 ivulo nnrth ul I'uruiiro llivor I iiu th vast mirth twit Icsm bcIio i! nt iiirlh nost nci tli lut In Lot 4, fl ' is! 20 &S . 3'l 4:. 48 a t 021 01 west liulf H we.it half 07 AS AO 1? "I 111 80 80 3.1 70 81 3D ft ft0 :itt on, 40 H'ljfpr'a AdJitinn ilu ito do l.i do rORTAGE CORl'ORATION Paiit in Lihkiitv Towssinr. Hloom Harript DoWitt Jnhn II Van Unnlt'u (Jpn W 'Tnhnmn Smnl (Tr) Vnn llordin O H inkina Cnlintur lnhngnn Snml ' Or I way Philo Whrtstuno I;m1 II ink inn fillister Onltnn Win M DoWitt John II Johnson Cyma Wilhinl Molisaa ltuiril C C KuIIvt Koasiin W Wfntintt J W Wpbb John Hnnlic W C UcCormivk Geo game Kuiigur Krastus Mptrnlf Epliraim EnsniinpT M U Lons'lule Miiry E Metculf NcIsdu Hanks Ira B Pcmbor James annul . autue 10 1 north smith tvcut 80 1 runt wmtlM'iiHt h-sg Porlnpe T. lots OH 81 r.' ne n li'gg z;4i g run, nvpi'.in iippnr 157 12 2'4ii no i Houth of l'ortiino river I. noun goul n oimt 111 Lot HH; DnWitl'a Additiou mi UO'sontli 110 ninth )i mi. Ill m 130 ill) li to do do do do 2 80 WEHT MILLGROVE COI'OR ATIOX. Lot No. 21' 30 west i ;io rust y. 37j 47 Iphs north cunt H 4S 00 01 II llradmr'a Addition I'REErORT CORl'ORATIOX. Ijot No. 4 South Divimon llj'.'O It nil woiit sido 24Smilh Division 3:!Soutli Divinion VILLAGE OF I'EMUERVILLE. Lot 0 10 11 No.a fMIlt 00 00 00 et ry noiiis : Stokelpv Jospph Dny Wiltanl O How plli JiMiiiph liixon Duvid L s.inw Pitnton ite M E Church P ck W K Ti ncsdiilo W II Thurstin A DulUithiin W W Uoughtou S L aama aania Houd Wm sumo name naino Thurstin A aainu IHIU1 I saaicr snin aurnc iuuio BOWLING GREEN CXHirORATION Cksteu Pints 11 i lit Ltit No, 18 smith west south west (ruction 18 north west corner gouth cast 1 Pe list 11 1 smith 21a west north eu.tt I Delist noi Ui ensi .10 north north east 30 north east north west 41 45! M undivided ; 0; or 7tV 78j 79 801 81i 82! I 1 . 8i, 8 10-Sj 12 1 ! 122: 48 01 2 11 so HO 10 1 50 50 10, 20 20 20, 20 ao 20; 20 20 20 20' 20 201 20! 2o; 201 32i 21 y 32! 551 21 74 504 1000 207 100 212 20.i 4 1i: 212' 10 74, ll 81 ni 11 11 5 5 11 8 II Fay Clinton aame Dally Jacob Li-nk Peter ' Powers Wm CnderwiMHl Geo RiikU's Danl Usuun Kichurd Just F Ferdinand Power Wm . . Phelps J W Peck Win R Avery W 11 II Jr suuie Basford Geo W A very W U U Jr Kuswll Kobt Kruith (Joo W t'raw Hiram A reltonJW . samo , Miiree Geo MouKkton 8 L TtMimns G II Howell Joseph Pr Dansfleld Win Van Gordar i ' BOWLING GRKEN GOIU'OUATION-I'i.ais Side. 10 In Lut 2 1 south part nw ) i ( west of road ) 24 south part nw (cast of roud ) 24 west 3-5 n ao.i nw east of roud 24 ninth part west south west 24 south east smith west 24 south ttsrt iit.i-lli .,.. 25 ne nrner couth east n and a 100 ft J sw les.i s acres north nl nm.l 2 lit ne tr (inn itt u' tl.. ....... 1 1 jell ft 75 links.theiieo p 8 ch 1 73 I in eenrer 01 roait.tti alnK r nearly swlv 12 rh a 13 I, thence w to beg ne ivr v w null It ul ruait 25 north north eust north wet 2.) south cast corner south east 25 south pt ne less 5.34.1 aw cor and I 20. .ilia out of uw pal t j 10 les 1 roil Wist cod 13i 101 20 2.1 21 25 south part 2Si 3lJ 3J undirided half 35, 41 47 10, 4 1 .1..' I Oil 30 20 40 10 I 78 5 3i: 4 j 20 1 50 05 50 20 85 2 75 60 25 25, 31 2-l 75 03O 4211 3101 2121 477 lorti 5l' 0l5i 21 21 lOil! 770 "! 0! 21, 211 "1! 138; 04 4ilO ..v 350I lis! 53 63 27f 85 I 3 51 1 110 3 16" 3 42 I 0 7 22 0 6 5101 18 21 9 I 2I2 7 24 8 H27 22 II 3 1 3;i0 15 80 ft 5 661 24 30 6 1 71 3 81 1 6 3D 111 07 0 6 3D 10 10 3 5 4-1 41 73 0 (I 32 I 74 0 61 3 10 3 0 21 1 14 A It l .VJ 17 II 0 1 127 0 01 2 I 127 4 17 4 1 II 30 1 I 04 2 10 3 (I II 00 0 1 11 00 0 I II 00 0 1 II 00 0 I 21 I 14 5 0 138 7 5.1 2 5 32 1 74 8 0 42' 3 08 7 5 1 1 30 1 1 117 3 81 6 0 II HO 0 1 11 00 0 1 32 1710 0 11 00 0 1 11 0 1 0 I 1 1 no 0 1 1 1 00 0 1 in no 0 1 1 1 O.i 6 1 11 no 0 1 II 05 0 1 11 05 0 1 705 20 52 1 1 H17 25 (i t imo no 27 0 1 50 2 n:i 2 6 530 25 20 3 tl 300 23 03 8 8 37 1) 48 4 5 IS .1 1)7 7 2 10 4 10 8 I 27 2 17 4 3 21 2 18 3 3 10 84 N 10 81 0 8 21 A4 4 5 11 3.1 7 5 21 fill 5 11 78 6 I 42 I 28 I) 1 182 5 4S 7 4 II 18 u I 2rt.i; 4 05 7 0 III 75 1 6 42 80 42, 1 25 3 11 32 7 0 ll 32 7 U 73 0 8 8V1 tt 7 10 0 .1 1 02 0 4 II 70 60 2 S3 10 lu 20 07 8 40 3 V2 5 60 9 77 14 40 5 4W II 1 48 22 22 40 40 31 13 13 28 21 28 0 8 6 5 2 H 2 I I) Ij H 2 2 6 5 9 9 0 3 3 9 1 3 9 I t SI 1 4 U U 01 7 as i el U 41 I i ' 1 ii It I i i N 2 3 S I 0 2 :s 4o o M 4 M rt 4 2 75 H I : 73 7 i ; 20 0:1 5 .'4 M It 2 i ii rt 7:1 7 7.1 7 S 60 0 I B8 5 2 12 12 4 3 I 7 7H 1 tl 10 7 1 1 HI 4 4 a ai 0 7 ; i 37 0 I 1 37 v I 4 : Al'OiTOK'H OFFICII MOOD CO., 41IUO ) I 11EREBY CERTIFY that the for.'ni. i rEK!l.Vsilu11U.-NoveiiilH-r 2lili 1m. provemenu thereon in Woiid Cou, tr T' TK" 1 ' '' U.e nou-p.rirH.nt of T.ae cl,arged'lh"rV" T- th v ii '.T'" t!V U 1 .!,",vr,."'' "'. r (lboo.; to which . added a peinflt, if T lm 11 ( 2u ! . ? U,,vrnii J'"'"''! d Sixty, .baS Town h,f in at and after Ui. hour rf ten o'chii A w.!, Mo'"'"l Jm.UHry .on, iinrioi iut saw. ' w w-v. v. w.iu oi iim u 101 iian i, IVDim SMITH, County Anifitj'r. SEWING MACHINES R E A T I M P II O V K M K N T 8 T SEW I NO MACHINES. THE EMPIRE SHUriLK- MACHINE. rAtrTrrn rwm'Aiiv nth, l8f.o. Salfsruoni, 610 Htnadivny, Now York. Tlil Miichliic Is consti iictd on an entirely lew principle ol" Mechanism, i'imes.ltip many rare and rnlniilile inipnueinenis, Irniiijr h en examined by tlm ni'ist profound experts, mil iirmi!unot.'d Ui lie glniplleitv and perfection rotnMncd. The following are tho princip.il objection urged sgsioi newing .'i:lcinneg: I. Kxcpssiva latiiriio to the otvrntor. 2. I.lalnlitr to get out nf or.l-f. 8. Kxhhho, troiildo, Sc time in repairing. The Km rum Skki.m k 4. Inc.ipncitr to Sew cr- cry d.-s. rlptinu of m.iteilnl. i. A disngrocabh noiiK while in operation. Amis 1 Ihkhit rnosi Al.l. THUMB OII.IFCTIONS. It 1ms A tlraight needle, petpendipulnr action, makes the l.iK K or slmtllu stitch, which will neither rip nor ravisnd is alike on I) itli sidea 1 purlin ins perfect si'ivint; on every (loicription of t11nteri.1l, from leather to tho finest Nnii.iisik muslin, with cotton, lin -n, or silk thread frntn the conrs.at to the fliiest number. Having noither OA M nor COG WIIEKL.nnd tlig least possible friction, it runs ng amoutli as glass, and it is EMPHATICALLY A NOISELESS MACHINE I It require fifty ppr cent, less to drive it than any other machine In market. A cirl of twelve year of ago run work it st tndily, without fatigue or in jury to health. lis strength and osnrBri'r, at.Mpi.trtTV of con struction render it (ilm'-st impossible to get out of order, an I I GUAUANTEEU by tho company to give entire mi t in'.i 0 ti' n . Wn respertfullv Invite nil those who may desire hi supply theins.dvcs witli n superior article, to call and examine this unrivalled in ii hine. Hut in a tnnre special maimer do we solicit tint natronaire of Slurelmiit Tailors, Dress Maker, Hoop-skirt Muiinfaclurers, (!or"t Makers, t'oneh Makers, (Initm Fillers, tililrt and Hosnm Makers, Shoe liinders, N'est and Pantaloons Makers. J-if Urligious nn.l charitable institution liberal Iv dealt with. .'KICK OF lriUM', COMf'LEr E. No. I, or Family Machine. $45 00, No, 2, Win.ill sued Manufacturing, $00 00, No. 3, Lnrge nizod Manufacturing, $76 III). OABISKTS IN BfRIIT VAillPTY. We want ngents for all towns In t'ie l iiiled Stoles, where iigenniea are not already CHtalilished,tu whom illiberal iliscmmt will be given, but we make no consignments. T. .1. McAKTIIl'K iV Co.. 510 Hruadwiiv, New York. August 29th, 180117. TUB PRICES! STANDARD ii KHAT REDI'CTION IN J Of - SINGER f. COM PA NY'S MACHINES Well known to be tho best for manufacturing pur nose: No. I, Standard Shuttle Machine, formerly gold nt tllll, reduced ti $70 No. 2, Standard Shuttle Machine, formerly sold at $100, reduced ti ' $75 Winger's I.i'tlor A illnchinfl Is the best Machine in the world fur Enmity Sewing and Light Manufacturing purposi : Price, ( with henimer,) and beautifully ornamented, ViO. The Nos. 1 and 2 Machines are of great capacity and application for manufacturing purposes. Our No, 3 Machines nr: .'specially adapted to nil kinds of light nnd heavy leather work, in carriage trimming, hunt and shoe making, harness making, etc., etc. They are of extra size, with an arm long enough to take under it and stitch the largest size dashes. There is scarcely any part of 11 Trimmer's stitching that cannot be better done with them than by hand; so, too, the saving of time and labor is very great. The table of these machines is 24 Inches long, and the shuttle will hold six times the usual iiiiiiitit v of thread. The large- midlines work 11s fast as small ones. We would ask fur our LctUr A Machines, the special attention of Vust Makers and Dress Makers, and all those who want Machines for lijht mtmnfitc turiwi imrjUMe: They embody the principle nt tho standard machines, making 'like them, the inter locked Htit.'h, and are destined to be as celebrated for family sewing and light manufacturing purpose as our standard machines are for manulacturing purposes in general. e have always on hand, II mining tillages, Silk, Twist, Linen' nn I Cotton Thread on Spools, best Machine Oil in Unities, etc., etc. We manufacture our own needles, and would warn nil persons using our machine not to buy sm others. We know that there are needles sold of the most inferior quality, nt higher prices than we charge fur the bent. 'I' lie needles sold by us tire manufactured especially for our machines. .1 haii urnoV mii.v rrmU r the lu tl mttrliiw' nlmntl in,,-... Our custo ners may rest assured that all of our Pr.inch nllices are furnished with the "genuine ar ticle." In enso of small purchases, the money may he sent in postage stamps or bank notes. J-"CoiTespoinlcn!s will please write their mimes disMnctly. It is nil import. nit that we should, In each case, know the Post Otllee, County and State. ;.f?"All persons requiring information about Sewing Machines, their sizes, prices, working ca pacities, and the best methods of purchasing, can obtain it by sending for 11 copy of I. M. SINGEIt & CO.'S GAZETTE, Which is a beautiful pictorial paper entirely devc td to the subject. IT WII.I. UK PKNT (I RATI. ( S ) J-?TWe have mado the above REDUCTION IN PRICES with the t o-fold view of benefitting tho public and ourselves. The public have been swin dled by spurious machines made in imitation of ours. The metal in them, from the iron casting to the smallest piece, is of poor quality. Their mak ers have not the means to do their work well. They are bid away in secret places, where it would lie impossible to have at their command the proper mechanical appliance. It is only by doing a great business, and having extensive manufacturing es tablishment, that good machines can be made at moderate prices. The best designed machines, HADLY MADE, are always liable to get out of or der, nnd are sure to cost considerable trouble and money to keep them in repair. The qualities to be looked for in a Machine nro Certainty of correct action at all rates or speed, simplicity of construction, great durability, and rapidity nf operation with the least labor. Ma chine to combine these essential qualities, must tie made of the best metal an I linished to perloctiun. Wo have the ways and means, on 11 grand scale, to do this. The purchasers of Machines, whose daily bread it may concern, w ill lind that thiwo having the above qualities not only work well at rapid as well us slow rales of speed, but lust long in the fin est IKissible working or ler. Our Machines, ii.oi.nfe 1,1 : will earn 111 're money wiib less labor than any others whether in imitation nf ours or not. In fiiet, they are cheaper than nnv other machines as a Pit. Jr&'"l.OOAl, AIIKNTS W AXTKH. t I. M. SINGER A CO., . . . lis "i'oapwav, N:w Y011K. August 20th, 1801-17. J JOWARD ASSOCIATION, I'll 1 1, A 1)10 1. I'll I. . A Ueiievolent Institution established bv special . .!.,, uu i,i, .i i ne lent l in me kick una" distressed atllieteit willi 'i.,it..r,t ,,..1 V,.i I :.. .1:.. j , .M... uu.- lust-iiacp, Kni especially for the cureot diseases of the Sexual Or gans. Medical advice given gratis, by the Acting Stir geon, to all who apply hy letter, with u diseriptiou ol their condition, inge, occupation, habits ol life, Ac.) und incases of extreme poverty, Medicine furnished five of charge. Valuable reports on Sperm itorrlura, nnd other diseases of tho Sexual Organs, and on the new reui cdics enioloved in thy DisK-iisnrv, sent to the allliet cd in sealed letter iuvclopos, free of charge. Two or three stamp for postage will Im- acceptable. Address DR. J. SKII.I.IX IIOCtillTON. Acting Siu;eon Howard AsMicintion, Nn. 2 south tlth street 1'hiladeb.hia, l'n. llv order of the Director. til'O. KAIHCHILIi, Seectarv Jan. 1. -ill. KZRA D. IIKATWELL, President. I ihf t ...WWJ lT s i c o n Dealers in Marble Orave Stone, Ac. Oniers i; "l" iiiin,v MHiyiie.1. M.opo,, Main slix.1, K;to- Agents lor IVrryabuig, John Yeuger riu. Illii., - , - ...... ...k. and J. W. Huiley. 331r ATAXTKD! -AU kinds of Produce- st the Cash Store o WM HOCSTON. ATKDl Any quantity 11 of Dot Skins, HOl'STON'S. A K. K.-iShS. , small tUK k of h,,,,,,, hand low frrah,at IIOl'STO.V'S, . MEDICINAL A.YJi3U'8:-'." Sarsaparilla TOR rURIFXINQ THE BLOOD. A iff ftr th upwly ruiY of thw f"IUwln e(:iiitiiliit : rni'Htn fit.4 i rnfHlntm AiTrrf Innn.Mm li 'l intioi . i-i:rt Horti, Kru il lnu, IMmpIr, ii1ulr. Mlot !, JJolU, Ilula. iiikI -Sktit Ulnn. ' 04Ki.AMr, iiid., mi. iim, iw 3. C, Afn A Ct (J.-ii'bi I ftil It itiy Only to f Jtiionlnlj. lirtt jmr Mtt itm llhi hnn iltn ftr iw, II n vine lulioill. tl h Ht r.-ii.li'tn (titt'cil ii. I lav milUrMtl fllHM it Itlt.ltrllllllW.IVt ful ).'.'M, hniiiftimmi It lltlPSt Mit 111 riccift mi imv linmlti niul nrniMi mmif tlint It tuiMHfl ItiMtttil niul ilUtnitnl iiip ul lliu uliiiiinrli. Two )UH fin't ) l lt'kv ilt I'll tti Ih'Hil rtli'l m Hi my tcillp iiii'l fi'M it lili t in n.'iu, wlnrli whs imitiftil Hint limthniio ! j in ul tt-H 1 ijitii'M. I tiitil inairjr Mir'licliifn himI vi ml (li nIW.uim. Imii n ilium! ititi' h 11 Iff fintn nny tltlu. In IhiI. th" (H-iH.I-i ftt vtiiM. At It'hgMi I H111 iij'ilr(ii t'M-n-1 In tlm li-fl Xfrtouiifr'ii' tli'tt )uit hwt mi iiliiMtillMi rs-nrtiii'iii liln, I r I knew from aui iijitita. ti-iji ih;it ji ti v ll-ln ; yow nutd t inut Ih k'hkJ. 1 mnt to ( In- Mihttll HiiU K " HMd MNt il II till It rillfd Uwk ft. IM ,f ' llt tfe. Ill MlllllJI tliwi'H of H tnHHJHflll ort-r d iimiiIIi. iiii'l tinil MtniMut iliitif liuitloa New a tut lifnlrfty nkhi Mhii ln'Hfitt tit tin 111 lllKirr tho wnb, lilcll nflvr ft wlille I II i'ir .My Uiii in now c.r, nml I Know Uy my fftlii)(f thul Ihf ilinfUj Inn uMim froin inv nvrtfrni. Von Cihi tii'll lrlifv thnt I fit-1 wlnit J mil xiyIuk Hhrn t Ui JriHi, tlml I lii'lil ytiM In I on of tlm ithiAtlM of Uio Hgr, mul laiiiuiu er niiilcUillj. Yhihh, AI.HI,I B. TAIXKY. fit, Anlhuity fire, Hom or ftrvftl ieln, Titter ml hnlt llliriim. Nrnll llcnlv ltlntToriiif Nrc Kj ! Jroi' Di. Ift.lxMt M. I'i i'Ii!., mMr Troni Hiilom. N. Y., l.lli Font.. t:tV. I lint lia lini cnml nti hnrlnrnte cam of JWojxy. which tliiffttolioil (4i trriiilhiito fatnlly, by tho pii kmtitIiik line of mil" ttatfuipitj-llltt, mul iiIm it (Iihikitihi Mtf'inuiit IU ft iftfttit I v IniRO 4owh of the pnnie; Bny ho nut n tho common n-mi l' it roiiftnutly, lli-oiir hnrl. (JrUr or HivillrI Nftk. Zi l.nt.Hi SI of I'nf (- I. Thxhn, n t " Tlr lit- or your Hnmipfii llln cmm-J mo from n Wit're n liiil iim llltu on tint u k, nhtt h 1 liatl milTvrvtt fiuui OYr tvwt vtMim." lit uroi rhirn or Wli Mr, Ovnrtnn Tumor, L lot In V Ivvvut Ion Ki niixlc llnenra Dr. .1. U. CliHintltiK, "f N' Vork City, wrlUn I Itimt rhi-i'i ttiHy mm ly vllh Hip HMitrfit of your iiKoiit In ftHvlnif I lntr t'MHi'l T".nr miiiim! illii n inot ojn rllnnt nlt.r.-itlvn In tlio ininifioiid roniplntntH fnf nlil'h a einplny Fti'-h n rcm-lv. Int "clrlly In fVmnft ffmuvf of Ihi hciolulntm ilinttnMii. I Ii ivm rnicil tunny Invoter Hti ciifii- of l.'Mii-t-ri lio-ii ly It. ntnl untnu vlnto tlm coin plnlnt U;iri cni-fil hy ulni'tiitnn n 1 ho nh rtt. 'Ihii tilcor atlnn tlm'lf uim mkhi t-innl, Noilitnir uilhln my knowl lK" iiiiIh It fur IIicn" l'tniiT li-riiitKiiiiintH.' l.iluunl H. Mm row. of l-m r, A In., Hi ilcti, " A dun ppr'Hm nviinun tumor n one o tho foinnh'K In my family, whl li hml Hinil nt) (ho rini-iion wo con Id cmplov. Iirui at li imlli I ii roiMhtcly i-iiifil hy your K.xtmrt of Har rmpurlllu Our i-hyt' liin tli- imht unthlntt hut xtli-)a-tlin coulil Mllot-I it 'lief, hut Iia itlvf'i tho tilul of your SuiMipui llhi in tho hint it'Nott holiim riitlitiK. nnd It pun oil I'llccliuil. A llnr tultlnjr ymir tomt'tly eight Weokn tio nyinplom n lli Hi n roiuiiliifl." Bi!illl and nirrciirlnl Dhense. New Ohmtani, 2m h Ati(rnst, 160. Tit, t. r. Arrnt flr, I pIiwi fully comply with tho re iiit of yi'iir "irtmt. nml i i-porl to you mime of the eflocla I hiivu icnlipil wHh youi H.iiMipiu'lllfi. I linvo rni'-il with It. in my pni''lin inonf of llio mm plnlnt fnp nhit li ft Im ifi-niniiMU(hd. hnr hiivo fninnl Ilu 1'fTiTln truly wninli'ilnl In tlm cnin of I'rvrt fi't ntut Mtv curia! .. tim .f mv piillwntit liml Pyphilltlo iiIcpib In hlft tliroiit, which wen- t-oiiKUinlu I ill plt noil the tnp of hi month, Vuur hiirmtpurilln, Mi-milly tnkon. cured him In liv wcuhn. Auotlior trtw itttiukfil ly bl-c-on (lit i, V nyiuplniuN hi IiIh hum., mid the lilct'iittlou Imd fill on un iiy n iouMiii.ullc part of It, ho tlmt I U-lioVo the uI.-oiIli- Would hooii H'iuIi hln hmln tiinl kill hitu. It tit It ylchicd to in v inliuluiNliuiioti of your Sai-rmpHrillii; the Ul cent healed, nnil hu In ui-ll Hftti n. imt of cournu without oiuo illMlUnintiuii to hl ft i tt t. A Woman who had Iwwn treated tor tho rmino dinonler hy motcury nu nuffuiiug from thin polnnti In her lumen. They hud Iwcoinv w Mn citlve to the tveitllM't- tlmt on n dump dny nho nulfvied ex cruciiitlnic ptiiu In her Jolnli mid lioiirn, frhe, too, wns cuicU eii'ln ly hy your MuRitpiuillu in u fuw wpvUb. I kiox IVmn Uh Iui iiuiIh, ulil. li vuni ngout K'ive im, that thin I'tupuinlluii fiom your IM. mutiny nniHt be gient rcmmly; cniiHt'iiucntly, thone tinly icuiiuknblo fcsulU Willi it hiivu not Mit pilhod inu. J-'iKteiiiulIy yoiim, O. V. I.AUIMKR, M. P. Hit. uinntUm, CJouC, Vlrer Complaint lNHKI'KNDKNi'K, I'ICmIoIi Co., Vu.. (ilh July, lh9. Pit. j. C. Ayi.u: Sir, 1 htm hi-n utllicted with pnln ful i hionic l(lttunwt$m fur a long timo, which bullied the kill of p1iMjciitiiK. mul Khn k to mo in fplte or nil the rt'iiMMlii-- I (Mul. I itnd, until I Hied your nrmtpiu ilia. Ono bottluriiivd hoi In I mi nri'kH. and restored my general health ho mm h I lint I inn fur hitler thnn before I wai attitckuil. 1 tliluk it ii uomloHiil medicliie. J. KIlKAM. .Int.ft Y. (lolrl.eii. nf Kt. l,oul, writent "I liavo loen nlllictetl fur yeni h mi h uu nji'tetitm of the. .ttfr, which th'Btroyed my hciilth. I tiicilevory thltiK, nud vvry thing fulled to i client me; nnd I have been n hmken-dnwii limn for soiiiv yeiirn fiom no other riuie tliatt derutt(itmrvt nf the Liver, My beloved paslor, thu Itov. .Mr. V.y ttdvlneu Ino to try ? "in SurMiparillu, Ih-cuuhc ho Mild In knew you, find any thinu ymi tun. In uuh not th trying. Ity tht Ideas iK o tj.id it luiM rntVil inc. and I him so pull fled my blood nn to in.i ko a new tniui nf mo. J feel youiifc nfcitht. Th li. st that can hu mild of you Jx nut imlf pood enough." 8 lilrrtiH.C'ntirri- Tumor. IttlniKriiieiit. I Ivri-nt l4iit I'm Ira mil Kxfolluilou of the Ito it j a A iiieul vat l.'ty ol" fHTi httvtibcin repnrtod to r wlmre emus of tin-no roriiililahlu ctitnplaiutM hav ignited fntm tli u no ol thirl I'eiimdy, but. our Hpnc lima will tint admit theitl. Si'tnn of them may 1m found in our Auturirun Almntiao. which Him HtM'iit ladnw iiaiucd aro pleased to fumiidi niatifi to nil who call fr thenu lynirlii, Mrnrt tHtcnmrf I'H, Kpllcp uy9 Jvlrtnii4-lioly-t Aitrnlf(la Many reintti kahle nieo of thehe affect 1' ma have been mndo by tho nlteratlvo power of thin uieilit ln. It htitnti luteH Hot vital fiiiieiiniitt into vlorotiN netitai, and tlina ovoiToiueH diMiirdeiri wliich would b hiipioKud lieyond ita teucb. ucli n leineily Ims UitiK I icon riniie by the no ccMslii. H of (hi pe pb. und no uia conliduiil tliuL litis will do lor thrill all tlmt inedtUm an do. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rou Tin: lui'iu crun of Coiiqli, i'olila, 1 ii DiKiin, Hoarseness, I roup, HroiK li II is, Iui iilt'it ('mi' amti il Ion, nml for llir Iti'llef ul' oils u in pi I vc I'ulW'nrs In mlvn ni-cil MltiKa or llm UIkcosu. Tbfii ii s renM'il.v ho iiniwinully known to Mirpnpit snr other tor die etue et I Ii 1 1 ui nnil lunif ceiiiiluiiilii. thul It in iiM')i'r:n hciB to pnlilii.li tlm evidence of in. vhttii'S. Its tiiu-lvallt'il eM'i-lleiii'o tor itiiilm unit coIOh. nml lis tiuly wiiiiiterfiil cures nf Milinini.'irv illHeune. have iimila it known tltroiiidient Ihe civitiziil ioiIhiiih of lha rioth. Few are tlm riitiiiiuuuiitsi. or pvini I'luiijlim. smoiiir ilu-ni vho lisvs net seme iMThininl I'xtx'rii-iire of lu etlei-ts arniie llvliiir li'opli.v in lltrti- iniilht nf ilK liclery over tha etilillr anil itiuieit 'lis itisoiil'-r of llir llu-ont amt lutifta. Ai nil know Hie drcniluit fatality of then tlisonlms, anil as they know, too. Ilie (Ti rlnol iM reninly, w nreU not do itioii Himii lo iiMMire Ihein Hint II hits now all the lr lues thut il Oiit have wh.-n nuiktnR the t-nrea which hava won hi Hli-oniy iqi'iii the renliil. lien of mankind. rrepared hy Sr. J. C. AYEE &, CO., Lowell, Half . J-yTor snlo at Peck Sl Hamilton's Drug Store, lVrryslnirg. Ohio. October, 17th, 1801 -21yl NCOR?OrEVpt gEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT, NO. 102. CAP 1 1 A AND -UK PLUS. $932,30 J.98. May 1st, 18ol. Cash and cash items $79,588 78 Loan well secured 0,25;l 20 Real estate. 15.000 00 20'-'0 share Hartford bank stock 274.K5U 00 245 , ' New York ' ' 103,360 00 1011 " Hostou " - 100,750 00 507 ' other " " 68,085 00 l iiiled Slates and state " ' 73,307 00 Hartford t N. Haven H. K. bonds stocks 30,700 00 Hartford City Honds 30,750 00 Conn. River Co. A R. R. Co. stock-. 4,000 00 Total Asset $932,302 M8 Total liabilities 73,244 27 For detail of investment veo small card and circulars. Insurance may be cflVctcd in this old and sub stantial company on very favorable term. Apply to (JKO. STRAIN, Agent. ? Dwelling and farm property insured for a term of year at very low rate. July 25th, 18tll-l2ni3. FARMS GIVEN AWAY! Mr. Wm. McKim promises to disiiseofhi lands in this county at a merely nominal priee. He will sell the south hulfofthe north-west quar tor.ol section 20, town 5, range 10, containing 80 acivs. for live lui.lr...l .I..II...... ..m i i i. . .v tlioriiughly ditchod and dmnicd at an esueuse of He will uImo .ll il... .....i. l...lr..r - ..... . " '-v ! nw aouui-wesi qiiaiter of ti., 33, u,wn , range !1, at the aama unco. Knouire of 11 11 1111111? ii,., i ? rysburg, Ohio. - ' '. Also for ili, u I.... i - t . ' - iminuiT Ol .own iaiu, DOtn bui-e and in the towa of Millgi.ve, with and without linpiMVclueots, together with several valuable '4.i;m- . . II. II. DOUUE. lerryaburg, Nov. 10, 185J. JOBS WORK . , .WirM ku'J uwi'lllll ! IOC l'errybuig Journal Oih.. MEDICINAL J) R . i M B . I T III Would rennectflilW Inform Ihn c!tirn nt Wood comity that he ha pVnnanently located himself In Ikiwlinff (Jreen for the purpose of liracticlng Medi cine and Surgery. In addition to regular course of study, Mr. K. hn made himself acquainted with the special mode of distinguishing diseases by an examination of the urine of the patient a practised by the Intti DR. DKLANRAL(iH,and for all Chronic Disease will say linhesitHtingly that by following Mr. D's practise in such cases, he ha hnd better Slice lhn from any other method of treatment. Amisig the diseases which Dr. S. professes to treat successfully may he mentioned the following, vij: Dypemia. Liver Complaint, Consumption in ita early stages, Disease of tho Spleen. Asthma, Spit ting' of the Wood, Palpitation of the heart, ltheuma tism, White Swelling, llropsy, Herofiilous Diseases. Jaundice, Female Complain', in all their varied forma, Low Spirit or Melancholy, Fever Sore, I 'leer, Ac. If patient with any of the above or kindred Chronic Disense w ill end ome of their urine taken in the morning in a clean vial, Dr. S. can make a satisfactory dirgnosi of the case nearly a well a if the patient were present. Nov. 15,1800 2lf. B UWD rUBlFIER AND ULOOU HLLS. PHARMACVA DR. RODACKS SCANDINAVIAN REMEDIES. When Dr. Roback, the renowned Swedish Phy sician, introduced hi Wood Purifier and Pill into tho Tinted States, he set forth in plain terms their curative properties. This was years ago. Tho task of recommending them has since Ix-i-n taken out of his hands. Enlightened men, whose character for Round Judgment nnd philosophy give their opinions weight in the community, men wlio observo, reflect nnd make "assurance doubly sure," before they dii ride, are everywhere approving und urging the use of these wonderful preparation. All who confide in tho wisdom nml honesty of this class, or who choose to investigate for themselves, are now of one mind on this inimrtiint subject. The evidence in the possession of Dr. Roback which is nt all times accessible to the public, estab lishes the following: FACTS ! ' That the TILOOD PURIFIER and DLOOD TILLS hnvo been proved by analysis to CONTAIN NO MINERAL J That they cure the almost universal complaint, hvstki-sia, with unerring certainly, and in a very short time. That alter all other medicines have proved useless they relieve l.rvun comixaint, nml restore the health and strength of the sufferer. That KICK KKM AI.F.S, who have languished for year in helpless weak ness nnd despondency, recuperate with almost mira culous rapidity under their invigorating operation. Thnt all Sexual Disabilities are removed by their cordial and gently stimulating properties. That they recruit shatthrku constitutions, however, they may have been trifled with nnd abused. That their direct tendency is to lengthen life, and render it enjoyable. That operating di rectly upon the poison of disease in the blood, they CAl'SK SOON TO HKAI,, and discharge from tho system every taint of Scrof ula, whether hereditary or otherwise. That they HKUIUHT T1IK HK0ILITATK1), nnd that there is no disease of tho stomach or bowels, the liver, the nervous system, tho glands and mnscels, AKISINO FROM IMPURITIES OR OBSTRUCTIONS OF THE IILOOD OR SECRETIONS, in which they do not give prompt relief, and, (if ad ministered before the very citadel of life ha been invnded,) effect a painless and perfect cure. Ilcnr in mind that the Scandinavian lllood Pills lire endorsed by the experience of thousands of liv ing who, letter, nlHdnvit, medical works and word of mouth proclaim them to be tho very bust prepar ation ever offered to the broken down victims of 11 health. It haunts disease through every avenue und organ of the system, and expels it thoroughly nnd permanently. No one can doubt llieirsupcriority after one single trial they nro not only better, tut also cheaper thnn any other Pills, for it takes a less n unber of them to produce a better cflect. Price of the Purifier, $1 per bottle, or $5 per hnlf Oezen. til tne i ills, sac. per onx, or 5 boxes lor 1. Rend Dr. Roback' special notice and certificate published from time to time in this paper. Dr. R.'a Medical Almanac und Family Adviser, containing n er t am. unit nf valuable and interes ting medical information can be had gratis of any of ins ngvius iiinniguooi me cuuniry. In difficult or complicated cases. Dr. Robnek mar oe consulted personally or by letter, enclosing one sunup ior u rcpiy. A NEW ARTICLE. DR. ROIUCK'S STOMACH BITTERS. A new and delightful Stomachic and Cordinl, for giving tone to tne Monuicti, and lor the prevention .M Minima l-uilllHUIlUB HICIUL'IU ill U1C VI CSlem COUO' try. Try it. As a morning drink, to assist digestion and re lieve Dyspepsia, it has no equal. Trv it. In flavor it is superior to nil other flitters. Trv it The formula of these Hitters, now (1801) the sole property oi nr. KooucK, originated with one of the oldest and most eminent Medical Praciioners of Ihe West, ami it is directly prcdicutcdiipou tho want of Western peop'c. I hese Hitters derive their stimulus from the pow erful tonic nnture of the nsits und herbs of which they lire composed, and as thev are, by allaying unnatural cravings of the stomach, directly prom otive of TEMPERANCE, the present proprietor believes that in making them widely known the public welfare is subserved. It will soonjlie for gale bv all of Dr. Roback's numerous Agents, nnd at Hotels, fee, tho country over. In the meantime, orders will be filled direct from Cincinnati in any quantity , and at the lowest rate. It is put up in Qunrt Bottle, and securely packed in one do, cases. Hull' dor. imnl:i i..... will, however, bo packed und sent to any address,if uusiren. Retail Price, $1 per bottle, or six for $5. JTincipiil Olhco und Sale Rooms, No. 6, cast rounn t Jci iiuiiiiing tmm .uuinst., Cmcinuati, O. Laboratory in Hanunon t. For sale in Wood county by Peck ife Hamilton, lerrysourg; il. tiarouer iX t o,, tiilcau; K. F. Turner, Portage t S. W. Whitimore, Tontoganyj S. Clymcr, Otsego; H. R. Atkins, New Weslheld; S. L. Houghton, Bowling Green ; Bank A Patter son, Pemberville : A. Lnnsdnle, Frceport ; C. R, Rosendale, West Millgriives S. B. Emerson; Eagle villo ; and by druggist ami merchant generally throughout the Union. '61 401y GIN A.i .i u...iilAI. AGENT, THIS DKMCIOfH TONIC STlfLANT," I specially designed for the use of the Medical 4 Profis-i n and the Family, having seperseded the so-called "tlins," "AromiUic,""Cor.lial,"4Mcd icated," "Schnapps." etc., is now endorsed by all ol the prominent physicians, trun.sic m.-dicmal qual ities i Ionic and diuivtic) which belong to an old and pure Gin. Put up in quart bottle and sold by all iiruggisig, grocers, etc. A. M. BININGKR A CO., (Established in 1778.) Solo Proprietors, No. 19 Broad street, N. Y. For Sale by D. S. BARNES A CO., No. 13 Park Row, nd P.'D. ORV1S. 102 Broadway, New York. Our long experience and familiarity with the re quirement of Druggists, und our superior busiueg facilities, enable ua to furnish them with choice l.niuor Tor medicinal and tuiuily use. hor sale bv Peck A Huniiluio.'Perrrsburg, Ohio. Jau. 24th, 1800 38ly. it . n . ii . i: U A II L E N Tkwiinlt . V. A err.... , . nl I f ... ..u ...w .....i. avuiivrii. ui iiiiiuun ui uui citiieng, Dr. Dahlen ha been prevailed upon to auauuon in project ol again returning lo fenosvl vituia, ami continue his residence among u. H will therefore continuo hi prnetico of medicine a usual, and though he cannot warrant a certain cure iu every case, he flatter himself that twenty year Practice iu Europe and this country ha capacitated him to treat the majority of case with signal suc cess. Kesideuoe ou 2d street, a few door north of Louisiuua Avenue. Perrysburff, O., Deo. 5th, 181 aiwly. AISINS.-M:W li'KVITt Just received at THE DRUG STORE. SO! STEWART'S XX SYRUP, A splendid article at THE DRUG STORE. Tha only place to find Groccriea of the fineat quality at the lowest figure THE DRUG STOPE. 32 PECK (c IIAMILT0N. HIGHLY IMPORTANT. G RAND ARRIVAL o r WINTER GOODS! A T "HEAD QUARTERS!" PKRRYSBURG, OHIO. My stock I new and woll selected and embrace the best, latest and cheapest styles of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, ALL GOING, GOING CHEAP FOR CASH! CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINOS, HAT S AND CAPS, All of the latest and very best fabric. BOOTS AND SHOES, n d CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER on short notice and WARRANTED TO FIT A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS; always on hand. I am receiving thi spring the largest stock of GROCERIES Ter brought to this city, which I intend to SELL VERY LOW FOR CASH. FLOURi keep on hand PEARL MILLS XX FIOUR, which lway gives th very best satisfaction. COFFEES! Java, Santos and Rio- T E At Imperial, Black and Young Hyson. SUGARSt Crushed, Code Sugar, Common to Prime. i : TOBACCOS: All kinds from Tist to the finest Cavendish. In thort, every thing usually kept in a wholesale and retail dry goods and grocery stare. The Highest Market Price IN CASH OR TRADE, t Paid for product of all kinds. t . ; NOTICE. Persona bringing in Corn will take notice that il must be first thorovgkly cleaned. Tne "Emm Houston" U now rceivug grain rrgularty tl thj Prrjburf Pork. WM. HOUSTON. MISCELLANEOUS. tEORUK W. BROWN It C O HYDRAULIC IROaN .WORKS I ' rEimYSBUUO, OHIO. , ' . . : ', I .... Manufacturer of Snyder' Patent Head Block for Saw Mills; Cast Iron Mulleys: Center Issue Wa ter Wheels, for Grist Mills, and Dtirree's celebrated Pony Re-acting Wheels, for Saw Mills. Mill Gearing of tho most modern improvements; either for SAW OR GRIST MILLS; STEAM ENGINES, Brass and Iron Castings of all kind. , BLACKSMITH AND MACHINE WORK, In all its varieties, made to order, and warranted. Steam Engines and other work done on the shortest notice. Also, Isings Improved Plows, Road Scra per, Kettles, Sleigh Shoes.Ac, at wholesale or re tail. School House Stove, the best in the market, on hand at all times. Order solicited and prompt-1 ly filled. OEO. W, BROWn. LEWIS SI. IIITNT. AIHM80N SMITH G ROCEHY AND PROVISION STOIUJ Low Pi ici-s iiikI llcndy Pay Having purchased tho entire stock of GROCER--IES formerly owned by Geo. W. Hollenbcck,lI will continue business , AT THE OLD STAND, . Where, having replenished the Stock with a targe and i ; , ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT, I am now prepared to supply the citizens of Pcrrys burg, and surrounding country with . - Groceries and It cvisious, - Of the choicest kind and at the cheapest pnssibre' price. Those wishing to purchase any tbtug in my Hno will find it to their advantage togir-a me a cull, as everything I sell will bo SOLD AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES I have on hand, also, a large mid well selected! Itockof BOOTS AND SHOES. ' vhicli I warrant to give satictii'!i r no sale. Ice I Ice! Ick! 1 awe- mi hand a large supply if choice Lake lee, whiielr may be obtained at nil imes on reasonable terms. i-vf All kinds ivf produce taken in exchange for frods. J. It. WEBB. Perrysburg, Nov. 2P 1800 tf rpo ARMS t TO ARMS I TO ARMSl " The undersigned has Is-en duly commissioned and authorized to raise a Company of Volunteer. for the S1XTT-SEVEXTU 11 EG IM EXT n v tt a i.ri-i ..... . I -- ' " -'- winmiT, IV KH llliu CU1UIJ UlViVJll i OLIVER, near Toledo. ;o: I nm statiunc di at Perrysburg, and am anthorized to muster in recmits ns fast as they enlist, and they will therefore dtaw Rations and P'uv from the time of enlistment,. und fuinished with subsistence nntil sent into cm nip. As soon us five or six men have been enlisted their uniforms w ill he ordered, and, for every 5 or 0 men thereafter that are enlisted. No better Sndiiijoinonts could possibly be offered to. Yonnp Men' to Volunteer in thu defense of tho- STARS AND STRIPES," -v uiu ii imiiini; THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNIO. The pay is from 13 to $21 per month and $100 Bonnty ut the close of the war, it is also expertcd that envu volunteer will receive Kill acres of land. Active meats are being taken to till this regiment rapidly nnd it is thought it will be gut leudy to take up the line of march soon, if vou are anxious tosene ytiwr eonntry voluntarily, "and avoid being drafted which it is earnestly to le hoped will not have to be esorted to in thi' state. Walk lrp and Put Doirn lour Kdme t 2d Lieut. JOHN B. SPAFFORD, PerrysWg, Oct., 1S01. Recruiting Officer. llllpl. ' i MRS. WINS LOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, pre sent to tho attention of mothers, her SOOTH i N G sYRUP, Ton children; tkethinu, which greatly faciltitatee the process of teething.by softening the gums, reducing all inflammation will allay all pain and spasmodic action, and is sure to bboulate tue bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to your selves, und RELKIF AND HEALTH TO TOUR INFANTS.. Tl. not ntilv rnlinvna Ilia f.litld Anm nnin I.... ' - - - ... ....... , ... uu. ill , i br ..tnrA.-o .uu B.UUIU..-I1 nuu inm eis, correcis acitutvno. ' gives tone and energy to the whole system, ft will, almost iustantly relieve oml-ino is thb bowels, and wind colic and overcome convulsions, which, if not speedily re medied, end in death. We believe it the best and surest remedy In the world, in all case or Dysen--tery and Diarrhiea in children,whether it arise fronn. teething, or from any other cause. We would say to every mother who has a child sulferintr from av of tho foregoing Complaints do not let your preju dice, nor the lireiudices of others, stand Mn-mm you and your suffering child, and the relief that will be sure yes, absolutely sure to follow the use of tills medicine, if timely used, hull directions for uging will accompany each bottle. None irenninA unless the fuc-simile of CURTIS A PERKINS- Acw-lork, is on I lie ontside wrapper. Sold by all Drue-cists und Dealers in Wuiicino- in Wood county. rrinclpul Othce,.1 Ueilar street, N. Y. PRICK ONLY 25 GENT- PER BOTTLE. April, ISfil 4ly. QIOVEH M V L L E II 8 Just received at tho , , rEIt'SDVRO AOlilCULTL'lUl WAREHOUSE, A CLOVER IIULLERI. From the best manufactory in the United States. These Duller take the nruferenca W II iTl' V'LI- they are known, and are made of the very beat -..... I a . i.... . , - UlSK-liai, KIIU III UIOBl nUUHlUUUUl UllinilOr. It will bull from good clover, no less than EIGHT BUSHEIS PER HOUR, and inasmuch as there is not a single Clover Dul ler ownea in tne county, ( ana clover being very rtlentv.) it woulil twi snlenoifl invostmanl enternrisin. farmer to co into Ihn hmlni... ir& . C. - C -""- UH. .V can easily CLEAR THE PRICE OF THE nCLLER during tliis wiuter, and have money left. , AND BE IV.rJ I hava also on hand. Ihn nr. ti r rri SUEJLLERS, (SiyU ud DouUt,) and new in rule, ox ' HAY. STRAW, & STOCK CUTTERS ! An article which no farmer should be without. He can aava at least one-half his fowl hli ntnf ii vou wmu any in i ng in lue line or agriculturaJ implement, or machinery of any kind, call on Bia. ' 1 will supply you ou short notice, and at the very lowest figures, D, KREPS. rerrysuurg, iiar. 3otb, 1BB1 Jdch), PROBATE KQT ICE. Notice is hereby rive that Baniuut Huffman. Guardian of the heir pf Qenrge Taylor, lata of Wood county, Ohio.dec'il. has filed his accounts in the probata wurt of said Alllinl ff UllAl fiHlllniUMll miA III l f. -j - - " ... vu) neanng en we IU aay or -eeenibar, 1801. . D'. W. FOE, Piobsto Judgs November ?0th, 1W0 ?! .