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Farm and Household.
Report the Commissioner of Agriculture. Tlio fiflli tiuiutl report of Oornmiesione.r Nkwton says that tlis agricnltnrnl condi tion tf tlio Northeen States m never tnort flourishing. High prices, arcessil.le mar Iteta, and crop of average abundance have insured good profits mid general proa-erltjr. DEFECTS OF SOUTHERN AGRICULTURE. In V South, It Is hoped, Itiat the ere. t mistake of the past, tlio uotiuetitralion 01 libof nwiiuty upon a single grand diviaioi. tr! productive) Industry, will bo avoided In political economy the smaller product of a tlivcraifiDil industry are far m ire than nn riitiivnletit lor a single remilt of orciii tvssd labor, however absorbing or imp'.-rttiul The cotton crop, for examplo, of tlio em pire State of the South, in 1800, w 701, KM), bnlos, yielding little mora than 8:10,000, 000, while the buttor of New York in lHGf, one of several products of 'the d.iity, w estiinntod at 8(10,000,000 ; and yet tiio censua Rives to Now York but 370,914 fnrinors and farm laborers, and only tho unties of tin slaves, 316,478 persons enagod in ngriuul taro. Kealdes the other dairy products, ta lk, oream nuil cheese anil tlio inuUitulo ot tlis farm, the prinoipul crops ninke an outstanding sggregnto as in 1801, when the corn orop of New York was estimated at 83B,000.000. the wheat at w2:,000,00() tlie ouW at 8:13,000.000, potatoes at ?19, 000,000. and hay at $90,000,000. Including the minor cerenls, products of orchards mid gardens, the production ol beef and mutton troth pasturage, and a great variety of mis cnlWneoils and exceptional products, the currency value of the agricultural pro ductions ol this one State in that year was far grcator than the money returns of an) cotton crop cvor produced in the country, ud the gold valuo of suoh products woulii be more than equivalent to the gold value of hklf the cotton crop of 18G0. Improved farm implements aro also groat ly needed in the South. DISTRIBUTION OF SEEDS. Tho Dureatl lins attempted to secure- a judicious and useful distribution of tlie seeds with which it has been supplied. Tho distribution rnaohod 907,'Wi pneksges, an increase- of 222,831 packages over last year. THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM. The operations and exporimonls of the experimental farm, though initiatory, and necessarily incomplete, have boon interest ing and suggestive. They abundantly war rant the most careful future mnnngomont ol tho department, nnd the most ample facili ties which tho judicious and fostering care of tho (Jovurunitttit mny provide, lly such moans nlouo can tho rcqniromonta of the law relative to testing sooiIh of foreign growth prior to distribution through the country, bo proptfrlv met. : Ol llfty.flve vanotios of winter wheat grown, thpro wero six worthy of particular faurark. The iVemiuin W'hito Mediter ranean, sown October 6, was Imrvcstod Juno 29, and produced forly eight bushels per aero. The llod Hoarded Mudterrancan j yield. id nosrly at the samo rate. Moth ' Jirnved of flue quality, and are rocomtnended or general cultivation. Tho Tappahan nock and llnssian ''SoliefTiP wheats suc ceeded admirably. Experiments will bo continued during tho present year upon (he same varieties. Kino kinds from Glasgow and eight front tho Royal Agricultural Ex hibition at Vienna h ivo been sown the pres. ent autumn. With the latter cuino one hundred varioties of seeds of ojio.iIs and vegetables from the samo exhibition, which will also be tested. Sixty Seven varioties of spring wheat wuro sown, of which forty-six .did well. Tho best success was attained by the Ore con j Hod Moardod, or April, from Great Jtiitain, sown March 2.1, and harvested July 7; Arnnutk.t Hardy Spring, sown March 21, and htrvested July 7; and ssveral variotins from Germany. The Red Chili and Black Seu are worthy of . special commendation. Ol the sixteen kinJ of ryo cultivated, Fi'obitier and tho Tiruu, from Saxony, aro considered the best. Seventeen varieties of oats were sown. The White. Swedish, Yellow Lithuanian, Jilsek Tartarian, black I'russian and Nun's succeeded best. Tho Oderbruch barley, from the low but drained lauds in the valley of the Oder, cole bruU.I among the porter brewers ol the continent of Europe, was cultivated under tlulavorahlo circumstances, being received too late for a proper test. Other kiiu'i Were tried, with fair results. -. Four varietios of sorgum woro cultivated successfully, one of which, from Cliinn, riualrzed by tho chemist, y'olded sever., teou ounces ol clear juice Iroiu three pounds of stocks. From seventy varieties of peas, all did fell excopt a fow from Germany. The earliest were Dixon's First and Best, Wheel er's First Ktrly gangster's No. 1, nnd MoLoaVs Littb Gem, the latter a prolilic. preen, wrinkled marrow pea, growing about t'nitrrueti' inches high. McLean's Eiicurei:, McLean's l'iineoss of Wulos, and McLean's Premier, provod to be ti is tlavored and f roliRo, while Saxtou's l'rolillo, Yorkshire loro, and Magdebure Gold, gained an en viable reputation as second crop peas, com ing in soon after the earliest varieties. These early and second early pons aro pre served for distribution. THE CROPS. crops tf 18GG may properly be made at this time, though it is too early to obtain complete re turns of corn and cotton and a few other products. The regular monthly crop returns of the Statistical division of this department have hitherto included only the rltates east if tire Hooky Mountains and n.irth oT Virginia, fenueasoo and Arkansas. Hereafter all will bb Inclm! .1, except the I'aciuc Slutes, from which returns cannot be received in Season to go into current monthly exhibits with the other Status. Duo attention will be given, however, to the collection ol ag rioultural statistics, of these new, progres live States, with thoir peculiar and ex. ceptional industries, from which so much is expocted in the future development of the country's resources. " The wheat crop of 1WG3 in tho twenty two States repotted was very target hi 1861 the estimate was, iu round numbers, 13,000.000 bushels lest, or 160,000,000 i in 1865, 148.000,000 ; and the preeut eetmute is still further reduced to 143,000.000. It.. turns from the eleven tjiuthern Slates, so far as received, warrant a estimate of 17,- . (100,000 (or that section. Texas, has pro . it need a large crop ; the other Southern States loss than hall the average product. The crop of the Paoifio SlaUt is very .heavy, leaving a far greater surplus for x rorl than the entire amount of the crop ol 860.. From all the data received in the department the total amount of wheat pro duced in 18G6 may be estimated at 180.000, 000 bushels. Tho crop of 1839 was J.73. 000,000, and that ot the present year, the ratio of Increase iroiu 18.'iO to 1810, SUOUI4 nave reacnoa z li.uou,(ll)U. Tuu supply is about five bu-dn 1 1 to . a ;h inhab itant, or half a buolul less titan in 1859. ' The oirn orop is luo loi ttely large in quantity, but deficioiit in quality, ami iu L estimated at 8tH,000,000 bushels, ahum 40,000,000, . more than that of 1859. would have been an exoeasive product but for the retarding influence of ooul and rainy wsuuier, aim iu oouaequeni dauuge by frosts. In some Southern Stttes a verv mall yield It reported, while iu Texas the ; qusnt'ty is more thau an average. In the North western Slates t is injury from early frosts was severe. While there will tie huitickucy f food for uan, tl supplied fur the dnmostio an'mala will be unusually abundant. The day orop, sligh 1 d Ikiert In some seotions, is largo in oth irs, and of more thnn avermfe quality ; and tho esti mi'ed total irodiu:t of oats Is sixty per cent, greater than in IS'iO. Tlia producit of gardens and the )icld of po'atoes ai.d oilier roots are also in excess ol former yeivrs. , The cotton crop has suffered from labor ilnrangemeiits, alternate rains and droughts, insects, mid the previous noglectcd condi tion id the lauds. Ilefoie the picking com tnenod, the indici'.tions, from nlllciiil data, pointed to somewhat more than nun-third of the crop of 1859. Havages of insects a id other uiuises have since rendered prob ably a reduction to 1,7.')0,000 bales ol 400 pounds each. ' FLAX COTTON—FINANCIAL. Since nuking Ins hint report the Commis sioner has returned to Onres tho trust confided to his oaro relative to improve iiihi ti in jno.esscs for preparing II ix fiheis for mannlacture, and to the Treasury of the Unite I Stales the sum ol SIOiOO, the unci ponded balanco oF tho appropriation for that purpose. While complete success in oottonixing llax was not attained, practical results of great ecoi o nio valuo have bom accomplished, and improved fabrics have been placed in the market by maunlV.ctnrers who have boen most siicccs-tiitl in their ex p rim tuts, and who are still continuing their ellorts in that direction, The balanco of the appropriation for tho serviuo of the fiscul year onding Juno 30, 1860, romaiuing unexpended on tlio 1st of Decembor, l6.r. was 98,584 81. There was appropriated for the fiscal year ending Juno 20, 1867, $149,100. The expenditures from December 1, 1865, to November. 1800, amount to $162,600 43, leaving nn unoxpondod balance of $)", 084 38. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. j It Mortgugo Sivlo. BY virtue of a Clmttel Mort(f.i(r, to us oxoeutcil mi l delivered by I'ryor tc rtcott, (if Uilead, WimiiI Oouiilv, Uliie, tlio oiinilition uf which liss Iwcnnie absulutii, we shall oll'ur fur sale aud sell at I'lililie Vendue, on MONDAY, December 31, A. T). 1808, nt 2 o'clock P. M., of iil dsy, st tho promises known ss the I'ryor A Hoott Haw-Mill, In tlio said town of (iiload, III J following gmids and chstlels, te-wit t A Ktonm Knchio, Tlnlli-r nnd sppsrntus s Cir celsr 8nw-mill, including two saws, nnnidrols, liiR-currinire, edging-saws snd mnndrcls, cross-cut san ssii l imiiidrels, Trumcs, snd all the p arntiis tharcUi bdliniging, InoludiiiB tools, .irenclies, etc. Also, a Oljr Mill, tncludiuK grinder, press, screws, eto. also a quantity of Cidur. A Isrite quantity to-wit : about 75,01)0 feet of Sawed Lumber, Slabs, etc.; slsn,a skitr, tesin, trucks, ImrnoHn, bnb-iilHils, and all uf the utensils us.'d by suiit I'ryor A Scott, in operating said Mill. Alwi, a number of llarrols a lurge number to-wit t about MO Ugs. Tho said Logs, and also the Lumber slnivs referred to, being stored and pi'od In diH.Tioit plsces sruiuid ssid mill, and ia the village ofUilnal, or Its vicinity. Haid sute is also to ineludo nil of the partnership property uf s.iid I'i'vor ft, Soott, including the Frame uf the Saw-Mill for a mora pnrtieulsr description of which, tha Schedule attached to our Mortgago is hereby referred to. 8ulo sbwlnto. Terms cash. l'KATT A HlSDALB. Qlloud, Deoombor 19, 1H08. 4b$5 75 ,iii:uit t n sai.i;. Willinm II. Hiving, vs. In Wi irder of lerk of tl: itr, Ohio i'ood Ceinmoa Ttcss. Willinm Eftinir ct si llv virtuo ol sn oniur oi snia isjiieu in mo stmve cniiso by the Clerk of the Court of Common l'lens,nf Wixirt Ununly, utiio, anil lo nio iitrociou andnolivorod, I will oll'ur tor sale nt miblio ven due, st the dour uf tlio Court House, iu 1 errysburg, in sum eoimtr, on MO.SDAV. Jshuarv 21. 1R7. tlotwscnthe hours of 10 and 11 o'clock A. M. of said dsv.the following desoribod property, to-wit: Lot Ko. twentr-two (22), in tho village of Hull Pnihio, in Wood Ciuinty.Ohio. Apprniscd ill 100. CHAHbfcd W. KVrlltS, Sheriff. Jauks MrsHAr, l'luliitill's Attorney, l'errysburg, Doecmber 20. 180(1. 31c8 25 EXECUTOIV8 NOTICK. Notioo is hereby I civeii that the undersigned Ims been duly sp- iiniiilml and uviiiliflod ss Kxuciitnr of the hist will nnd testiimeiit of Philip Ceiidit, deceuaed, Into of Wood County, Ohio. All persons interested will govern tliaiusvlves Accordingly. ALFRED CONDIT, Excoutor. Perrysburg, September 20, lHllrt. 34d i Stephen Emcli, vs. Elitaheth West Wood Coninnn Tloas. tetal.S lty virtue of sn order ot snlo issued in the shove ssuie by the Clerk of the Court of Common I'lons of Wood County, Ohio, and to me directed and delivered, I will'nffer for stile st imblio vendue, at the door of the Court House, In l'errysburg, Wood County, t'tilo, on FKIDAY. Janunrv IS. 18(17. lletiveon tlie hours of 1 snd 2 o'clock P. M., of said dnv, tho following described real estate, to-wit : l'ho west one-lourlh of tlio north of tha ne )i of section twenty-two (22). And the east liurt ot tho M of the liw i of said section 22. And the south nnrt of the e M of the so i. And the esat part of tha north of the e of tlia ae )i of boo tion 20. And tho north Dart ot the no H of the lie 4 of section 35, in township six (6), north ofrango twelve ( li) esst containing one hundred snd thir-ty-Ovo seres, and npprnised at S5.0IHI. CH.VULKS W. KVEHS, Sheriff. Asiikk Coot, rtalutifl s Attorney, l'errysburg, December 13, M. S3ctl 50 rEUAL NOTICE.-Dsvis D. Hales. Adminis j trator do bonis non of the estate of Win. 11. Courser, nnd Jsines F. Hubbs, Adininistrntor of the estate of John U. Ilubbs, deeensnd, have tiled their accounts In the Probate Court of Wood County, for final settlement, and tho same will be fur hearing ou the 5th of Janunrv, A. D. I8H7. EDWIN l.l.KK, Probst Judgo. Terryaburg, December 18, 1800. 3to I7XECUTOK'8 NOTKIK. The undernlpnod has li been duly sppointt'd Knecutiir of the Inst will snd testament of Samuel MoCrory, sen., lute of Wood County, Ohio,, deceased. All pi-rsons in debted to tha eslnto art) roqueatod to make iiiiiue dinte payment, and tluwe having elnhns sgninnt the same will prenent them, duly authenticated, to the uudoraigiiod, for allowance. - l'KTKU t'RKYM.VX, Executor. tJewmber li, 184. id i:UAIi KOflfK. Allred Condit, Exeeutorl or the estate of I riilhp Condit, deceased, 1 In Wood 1'ndiale Court, vs. l'elitiuu to sell I.aud. Philip 1. Condit, I Ooorge H. Csas el si. ) The aaid lltxirgs H. Cass, whose rlsee of real- douce ia somewhere in the Mute of Indiana, conn ty not knmvn to petitioner, wil. take notiee that ou the 5ih day or Deoember, A. II. inns, said r.ecu tor tiled hie tK-tition in the I'robale Court of WiHd County, Ohio, the objoet and prayer of v. hieh ia to obtain an order, ete., for the sale ofthe following real eslute, to psy the debta, legaeies. costs, ete., sgmnst said estate, tn-wtl I 1 lie nortnenai iraenoa of the sonthweHt quartur of section No, 1 J,ol town shin No. 5, north of rungs o. llloaat, eontaiuinit 27 fl lui) serve : also the north hall of the snulheaal quarter of the northeaat quarter of scetiou No. Sf of tow n !o. , uorin oi range no. iu am, cMiiioiiiiig 'id aeroa ; and also lots Hob. Ho suit btl, In I tie vil laeu of Tontoganv all in said bounty of Wood. Said iK-tition will be for bearing ou lh 4th day of January, A. U. itttf. . - , Ai.r nr. ti ioi'i i , Rxeentor of i'hiliu Cuadit, el.eeased. Slxvis it. I'aasos-s, Attornevsfor l'lsintif!'. fenyaburg, December 6. IHoS. SU9 LU4L NOTICE. Kent Jarvla. Thomaa llonse. Win, J. Jackson, Joseph In Wood Co. Court Cooper, plaintiffs, 01 vs. ' Common I'leas, The Western Unloh Tele- dials of Ohio, irranli Couioanr. defendta. S.iid drfend.iuU will take notice that on the Ifltli d.iy of Oetober, A.I). ItKtA.ihe aaid pUlnlirt'i tiled thoir oetitioii airainat tliem, aakiug lor iuol-uku for $:tli), iu the said Court, upon a eoutraet for righllif vray for said Company ; th.it they have obtains I an attachment sgaiiiNt said defendants lor Sinl sum, snd leried I tie aaurs ou a qusutity wire DWIoiiglng lo uolrudaola. Said iwttli.m wilt be answerable uo the 2Alh dai or Jauuarr, A. '. innr. HODUK ti TTt.KR, Attnrnevs. Perrysburg, Nnrcmber JS, ItUtS, 51-16 M fill, line of School Uooks at Vlt'U AUAN LOt'tKS few book Store. MMlKHl'CKKVK OUAIX-DRIUL aud GRASS X UttU BOW LK will sow sll km.la of Oram aim U'aaa-sooda in any desiriKl quauiittes, with out ohauge of boSUiui or wearing. It uever bunch es or breaks lue Uraut. In slmrt, it ia tlie .bol .in ivu owu-Buwsr in una. noiu ai mauiiiarlia- wi- ,'riccs, at CUWK. & -KJK4A'b. MERCHANDISE. a ol A ANOTHER VETO! NOT OF CIVIL RIGHTS, OUT OF HIGH PRICES! Fall and Winter Goods r - -Arrivinf weekly t tb Htore of A.CJ.WilllniiiScVIIro. Wo sre now Risking purchases at the East that will enabls us to place before our customers one of tho choicest stocks of Fall and rVlnter Goods' ever brought to this plseo, which we ea . dispose of at unprecedtntedly low figures. Our slock is s Isrge one snd well select. A, with a view to the special requirements o. his section of the country, and we come before the pttbli with the confidence that WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD t It would bo Impossible toenumorste articles and prices. To be appreciated tbey must be seen, and an Invitation is therefore extended to the whole community to call snd see the besutiful style snfl quality of our STOCK OF DRY GOODS. Which embraces all the mottdeslrable qualities to be found In the market. LADIES' DRESS GOODS. We Invite the exsminallon of our lady friends to our magnificent snsortmcnt of Dress Goods, among which msy be found Silks, Empress Cloth, French Merinos, I'oiilins, . Alpacss, , English Merinos, Pulsions, Calicoes, Ladies' lints, Nubias, Hrenkfsst Shawls, Lace Curtains, Cloaka, Hoods, ladles Ulolli, Shirtings, Sheetings, Deuims, etc., Ae. GEHTLEMEB'S WEAB. Ham, Cup), Boots Shoes, Jeans, snilnetft, Clotli, CttMslmcrrN, Itiitiing, CnrpelA, Oil ClolliN. A.c, Ac . port STOCK OF CUTLKItY, anOQERIES, ' GLASS WAUK, QUEENSWAUK, SIIKLF IlAltDWARE, YANKEE NOTIONS, &o 8 FULL AND COMPLETE. Our Styles aro tho Latest! Our Prices tho Lowest 1 A. 0. WILLIAMS & BR0. Porrysbnrg, Ortnber 14, IBM, "St LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND J. H. Bradley's Celebrated Patent DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OB DOUILB-SPKIN6) 8 33L I XT T . Tin oDarrt rLiiBii.iTt and oas4TrnreaT and ri.tAauaato a Lady wearing the DllfLBX KI.LIl'TIC 8KIKT will beirlnced parllcul.irl) In allerowd ed Aasomliliea, Oneraa. Carrlagva, HUroad Cara, Churoh t'awa. Arm Chain, for Promenade snd Home treaa, at the Bklrt cau be folded, when In nae, to oc cupy a email place aa eaelly and conveniently ai a 811k or Muillii Dress, an Invaluable quality In crino line, not found In any Single Spring Skirt. A Lady having Rnjoyed the I'leamtre Comfort anil Great Convenience of wearln the l)jrLi Klliftici Bti. SraiNo MaiST.for a alnile day, will Never af terward! willingly illauenao with their une. for Obit- ilreu, Mlaaei aud Voung Ladle, t hoy are serssioato allotliera. They will not sunn or aaais like tho Single Spring, but will raacKsva their FanisrT and oafcrnrni aiura when three or four oaniatav Satan will have been thrown AMiua AS csLNaa, Tlia llnore arc covered With 1HICBLB AMD TWIIUO THaHAP, aild 111 BOTTOM none are not only double prlnaa. I ut twice (or dou ble) covaaao. preventing them from wearing out when draasing down atepa, stairs. Ae. The Duplex Klltptlo la a great favorite with all the ladies, and Is universally recommended by Ihe r.sn ion MAOArinicaaa tha STAN DAUD 8K1KT Of TIIK KAHlllON AHI.K WOKI.D. To enjoy the following Inestimable advantages In Crinoline, via j'aiiriMUia qeALiTVraaracT m AMer ac TI'SK. STVMKH SHAFB and I.NIAU, ri lUBII ITT. DDaj SIL- iTV, rourocT and acoaoav. inquire for V J. W. Usad- liv's Uin.al Ri.i.irTii," or Double Spring Skirt, and be sure you get the genulnt article CAUTION. To guard against IMPOSITION, he particular lo NOT III K tbataklrts egerrd as DUI'LMX hare the red Ink stamp, via: " J. W. Hradley'a Duplex Klliptie Steel Springs." upon the walstlxnd none others are genuine. Also Notloe that every Hoop will auinii a inn naiiig paaseu uiMuga me oenter, thus re vealing the two tor double) enrlngs braided together therein, which Is the secret of their ri.axiau.iTV and STanNum, aud a coiublnaltoa not lo be found In any ooier okikt. OU BALK at 1 R. MlfclKS. A CO.'S. In ferrya burg, and la all Storea where PiasT-cLAaa Sbirts are sold throughout Ihe Hullod Slateeand elsewhere. Manuraotureit br the Knle Owners of the I'atent. WK.HTS, HUAIII.KY i CAKY. 2 im T Chambers 7 tl A 81 Reade-sts.. N.Y. S.EHIIKKST'9 VDUNU AMERIOA. A B'W, very nlertalnlnt. Instructive. AMistto and snlen rtl.lly llliitt4 Monthly alaiasine for Hnve and lllrls ; lecluile plexslne lllue.ralinne ef 1'hiloe.i.hr. Ihe rls aud Sciences, Mural and Inlrreslmi Siarles, music, rarms, ana ainer enieriaieuif l.ltemiure, pre sentlng a Museun of the IIms. the ITaerul.aad the lieauiirul, for very Younc America, without mvulllles or rBfpratione Blii(K eo.lra, id cents; yearly 13V aiHilluoal coiiiee. SI. er Sre for S.I A larea and beautiful colored enttravlnf presented free with ine nut tie.; alee lo ack slnile euhearthee at ft 0, asoou Nicroscoieaeraiackaaer Mat rholegranka. siuate cniivs BaiiM rte ea reeett ol price, rend rnr a specimen Mo. Address W. Jasxtsea UsaoaasT eiS llroadway, N. V. KEROSENE & GAS STOVES TEA & COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE . l'UXS, OIL (WNS, &o. t fT All ths Cooking for a VJ " t family msy be done with - I T" Kerosene Oil, or Oas, ty aSth Ira trouble, and at leas exiK'tiaohau by any J itf other fuel. . jyj Each article nianutaciured by tl.ia Company Is guMButceu to pcnoriu an mat u elalroed lor It, t78end for Circular. Jfl Libera! l)iMnt to the Trade. KEKOSESK LAMP EE ITER CO., lit 10 rSL-STSIKT, K. Y. Attontion, Ilousowiv'os! FClTlkCUS HIOTATLD. ' a u;r. auotarioer would respocttullv snnounee X to Hie citiAons of this place and vieinitv. that be has taken ro wis oppneito ths Kxchsnge Holel, and has set up une of llay lie's I'sleut gleans) Itca- orators, iur llKNOVATIXG FEAT1IK11S, The process sitraets all Ihs animal nil, dual, moths and Seoul, rendering the VeaUiers remarka bly light and puns mora elaslie nheu new, and emeiieutly more durable. Your ttmla will be called for and returned. Per- lees saiiiiactiou given, or no pav iwouired. Ou price is SI savh, iaotudiag Pillows. A liberal iltsoounl made tvt peraons furniahing fit or more wm. mile,, wsii im fsur oroers early. . '' R- C. tOWI.ES, J'ropru-. I vrrytbug, October , ISO. n WHITNEY'S PIANO, MELODEON, whit PALACE 173 Summit St., Wboleaale and PIANOS, MELODE At Lower Prices than Any PIA.3STOS. SOLE AGENT FOR STEINWAY AND EIGHT OTHER FIRST MUSIC PU AND WitOLRSlLR AOIKT CELEBRATED AM Theaa OreSns have received HKVENTEEN Agents wanted. A Isrfrs variety discount to Chur K. It. All orJers filled promptly tha same day Customers are Informed that every item ordered To thoso sbont to purchise a I'lano Forte, we throw your money away on any of the cheap and there aro hundreds of trwntimj pedilUrt now rosm instruments on the public at any price) in ths end Jitht i'l'SMsnsD Tho Americsn Oman, or pleteconrseof Instruction for the Melodeon. Pries, SOLE MANUFACTURER PATENT 11UPROV MADE ONLY AT TZT These Imnroved Molodeons Iists received tha Michigan Slate Fair st Adrian, September Jl, deons on exhibition. Ths following; sirs fejw mt the Ma. W. W. Whitney, Toledo, O. Dear Sir t I instrument. It Is rich snd stronfC in tone, and is in recommending; them to sll who desire a rtal you in the crest success you ttsve bad tons far, lion, l remain yours, very truty, From tht eelcbrnted Orgnnint, 0. W. Morgan, of To Mr. W. W. WHtTNsr-Uesr Sir i I hsrs prsise of them, snd at tbe same time feel confidont may purchase them. I remain, dear sir, most Also from W. tl. TIIOMTSOV. Prof, of Musle.N. Y. " J. WILLIAM rUrrKitN, Toledo, Ohio! P. DbVIVO, Opera Manager, New York; ". C.B. CR088MAN, Natchci, Miss.; E vory Instvumont War l hare all thn rncillflps for mnnnlnctar steam der my my as before ths even Melode these in passed deons at ectvs as Factory, 1 yonr fcd "?fl EST 't or Melo witlion t biivchcsD.snd tret a eood. reliable iriatrument. A order In moving, and there being no person to put l . : i . : . : i 1 uoiiiii nun mawriaiiy iiyureo. I buy my 1'innos at the Lowest Caah Prices, protlt on eseh one. 1 now SBk you to consider on or Organ, write me, giving name aud place of to., It shall not be my fault. Instruments securely Packed to t T" Send for Circulars. Sheet Music, Hand ery thing usually kept in a First Clans Music the Lowest Prices. Any Piece of Music sent Teachers supplied at the ususl rates. All Orders tTPlanes and Alelodeons TO THE CITIZENS OF WOOD AND ADJOINING COUNTIES. Great Closing-Out Sale! or TBI LARGEST STOCK CF GOODS! 15 WOOD COUNTY, FOR CA-SII! CONSISTINO IM FAST OF aoivisr goods, - READY-MADE CLOTHING, ?EJ.T FURNISHING GOODS, ' Hardware, Crockery.; Class wore, Groceries, &c. This Slack Will B Bald fjr THE NEXT CO DAYS, AT PRICES Lowor than Any Other House in ths Westt 4 THIS IS NO HUMBUG! n" PLEASE CALL AND , EXAMINE OUR GOODS, 1KB Soo Tor Youi'solves! sssavsssM , REMEMBER -THE TLACE t Crcr Fronl-bl.A. Loublan Arrnir, Fsrrrtkarc, Wo4 Coaaty, OkU. We J. IIITCHCOCIf. fsrrysburi, Jub , 1MI. . Ii ,!,-! .: i 1 ORGAN & MUSIC STORE. 3r3DTtr 'a . OF MUSIC, Toledo, Ohio. Retail Dealer In ONS AND ORGANS Other House fn the West. P1.A2STOS. & SONS. CHICKERING & SONS, CLASS MANUFACTURERS. I1LISIIER, FOB 8. D, at 11. W. gUITU'B ERICAN ORGANS, Firt.MT I'REMICMA within four weeks. ' Caah always on hsnd. A very liberal ebea,8choola, Ac. they are received. , la always sent, if lo be had in ths citr. would say, consider well beor yna purthait) do not worthless instruments that now flood the market; ing tha country snd trying to force their worthless von win nnd it economy to buy the nest. I'arlor Organist's Companion, containing a com fS. Address sll orders i WHITNEY'S PALACE OF MUSIC, 173 Summit street, Toledo, Ohio. OF W. W. WHITNEY'8 ED MELODEONS, TOLEDO, OHIO. the FIRST PREMIUM In every ease, Including 18f)5, orer all competitors, ss being the best Halo- r Testimonials Hcr.elredl hare found your ImproTed Melodeon an excellen played with crest facility. I take much pleasure good Reed Instrument. I heartily congratulate and trust you will reap doe reward for your exer- MAX STRAKOSH, New-York. Or art Church, New Yurie Ci'ty. tried your Melodeons, and can speak highly In they will (rive every satisfaction to any one who respectfully yours. . O, W. MORGAN. KW'lMIOfFM AN, Pianist. Varlan-noffman Conc'rt; K. P. SI'RAOIIR, Professor of Mimic. Trlnitt Church; HUDEltT HELLER, New York, and 100 others. - ranted, for. Five Years. Ins; these superior Melodeons, including; power and machinery (every department being im personal supervision), and I feel confident, with surpassed improvements, that I am now placing; the public a superior instrument, larger, sod with ness of tone not heretofore obtsincd by sny ether on manufacturer. The finish and durability of atrnmenls are second to none. -W ith my unsur fscililies, I hope to continue to furnish these Melo mnch less than Eastern prices. All orders will re prompt attention ss if parties were here to select, at 14H and U8 Summit street. Now, let me (five you reasons why it will bo to vantage to buy of me. In the first place you will largo assortment to select from, comprised of tho made in the country. Again, you have your Pisno deon put up in your house, in good condition. further trouble. And in the third ulacr.you will great many 1'isnos are spoiled by getting out of them properly in oraer, mey are usea in vuai con- snd my sales being large, I do not require a great these facts, and should vou wsnt a riano, Melone residence, and if we do not agree in price, terms, go any distance Free of Charge. Instruments, Music Booka, I'iano Stools, snd ev Htore, always on hand, Wholesale and Retail, st rost-osul. on receipt of tho t rice. Dealers ana should be addressed to W. W. WHITNEY, Palace of Music, 173 Summit St., Toledo, O. Tuned sand Hcpalred.fltl , 47ss Agricultural Warehouse CIIOOK & FREEMAN. SHOVELS, Spades, Scoops, Hoc a snd Rakes, iu endless variety, of tlie best qunlitv, snd at low rates, at CROOK St FREEMAN'S. TITOOD-SAWINQ MACHINES, best in f T for sale at manufacturers' prices. CROOK A FREEMAN. .Pl-IOTOQIIAPIIIO. JS. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO., Manufacturers of Pliotographic Mttteriuls, WIIOtBSALS 4RD SBTAIL, 501 HKUAII1VAV, N. T. In addition to our main business of l'llOTOtlRAPH MATK RIALS, ws are Headquarters for the following, vis: Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views or Amerloan snd Foreign Cities and Landscapes, Groups, Statuary, etc Stereoscopio Views pf the War, - From nanaltves made In ha varloua earapatsna.and forming a eomilets Pliutographie history ef the great cob test. Stereoscopio Views on Glass, Adapted for either the liable Lantern or Ihe Btereo aeops. Our Catalogue will be ssjt to Buy address receipt ot Stamp. - Photcgraphlo Albums We manufaeturs more largely than any other hoots about uno varieties from AO cents to SiO each. Our ALDUMShavs Ilia repntatiun of betog superior beauty and durability to any others. Csxrd Phastosrrafbs of Generals, Act ors, Statesincnt dec, Ae. Our Catalogue embraces over FIVK THOUSAND dtffareotsubjeeta.tneludinff reproduetlona ofthe moat eelabratad Kugravlngs, Paintings, Statues, Se. Cat- aloftueaaem en reeeipi tir siaaip rbotogrsnbera aud others ordering goods V U. will plaasa remit 90. pvr ent. of the amount with their order. tfr Tbe prices and quality of our floods cannot all lo talis'f. a ASIATIC CHOLERA IN CHINA ALMOST EVERT CASH CURED WITH PAIN KILLER From Rev. R. Telford, Miasionury in China. Wasringtom. Pbnn!. June 25. 186. Mesars. Psmby Davis A Son, Providence, U. Dear Sirs: During a nikidence of souio ten years as S miaaionary in Siam and China, I lound your Vegetable I'ain Killer a moat valuable remedy that fearful scourge, the Clinlera. In administering the medicine, I found it most effectual to rive a teaarxM.nful of I'sin Killer In gilt ol hot water aweetencd with sugar then, after about nitten minutes, Degiu to give a tablespoon ful of the same mixture every minute until relief was obtained. Apply hot applications to the ex tremities, liathe the bowels snd stomach with I'ain Killer, clear, and rub the limbs briskly. those who had the Cholera, and took the medicine faithfully in the way stated above, eight out of recovered. Truly yours, S. TELFORD. IW If attacked with Diarrhea, Drsenterv, Cramp Colic, don't fail to una the Pain Killsr. Sold by all Medicine Dealers. arlci 5c.a tVOe., aad (l per kettle. t T" For sals by Pacg A U amilvoh, Perrysburg; I.swis St II so., Tontugany A. J. Ojbviskb Co., Gileatf ; Doulbt & llso., aud C. WwtT.Tole do, and Druggists everywhere. . 17s An Invention of Rare Merit! nam r ' . i METAL TOr - LAMP CHIMNEY, THIT WILL HOT BRtaK BY UK AT, Burns up all aa and smoke, - caver break a by putting ou shade; short, and not top- heavy i ta easily eloaned by removing topi In ''act, the. moat perfect chimney known and Is fast auporae.liug all others where it baa bern in troduced. No dealer can eifbrd to be without then. NEW UMf CHIMNE.Y .COL t Wsma ti, V. T. . Hi - r K ((( WSlHtLH oi" FLAX SKEU wsntei, l,UUli for ttUek wswdl pay ths highest iBaia pries. C&OOK & FRf EilAN. TOLEDO ADVERTISEMENTS. i In. I I. for a the Of ten or A union steam marble works, TS BnmmU Street, Toledo, O. S. I.AKKE, j rANl'FACTUJIER of Orsvs Blones, Mono 1V1 ments, Mantels, and all kinds of fnrniture slabs of Ameriean, Italian, Ppenish, French, Lisbon, Irish snd Egyptian Marbles. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. All kiuds of polishing materials on hsnd. N. H. CALLARD, l'errysburg, 3xs General Agent. IE1H8) CXPF.niF.ltCE RADICAL CURES WARRANTED! Dm Let Ilaiaensistorr ! ESTABLISHED ON TIIK FOREIGN FLAN In Myers' Illort, Monroe Street, TOLKDO, OHIO. A PERMANENT INSTITUTION. TnE undersigned calls W(- the attention of those in- r-; terested to the fsctthat . I i. . i i v l : i 1 : i r aer V lie uaa esisuimuvu biiov "Tir he has established ssu 1 fofrooms in II vers' Blot TLwon Monroe street, a re (SxJ u'r Dispensatory fort -A, i '"' fofrooms in Myers'filock, 'riy 1 .b" r on Monroe street, a reg for the si trentmont snd permanent curs of all known PRIVATK DISEASES, recent origin nu rcu it r The success which has attended the practice ol the undersigned in tho treatment of diseases com ing under the above head, is sufficient guarantee that what he undertakes he performs, and in every case effects a radical euro. Private rooms are provided where consultations can be procured in the strictest confidence. Oenorsl office over Nos. 34 and 38 Monroe street, first room to tho right at the top cf the stairway, over i'ornucopia. All letters, containing a re mittance or a postage stamp, promptly snswered. Office hours from 10 to 4, snd from TtoD. Call on or address R. II. TYMPANY, M.I)., 3ii Toledo, Ohio. S. L.. BUIiNAP, (Late of Pittsburg, Pa.) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN COAL AND CARBON OILS, KEROSENE LAMPS, ' LAMP TRIMMINGS, ETC. onron Street, 4 Doors Summit, Toledo, O. A good assortment of Lanterns and Chandeliers always on hand. Sit N. WV-E dcly DI4LKR IN ' HATS, CAPS, FURS, " ROBES. UMBRELLAS, ETC. NO. 128 SUMMIT 8TREET, 8zs Toledo, O. H .T; COOK, . Dkaleh IN WATCnES,' CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. No. 173 Summit Street, TOLEDO, Ohio. Citizens of Perrysburg and of Wood County who have Watches. Clocks, or Jewelry to be re paired, will have their orders exeouted in a prompt andsatisfactory manner. 3zs I'SB PIIATT & ni'TCIIEtt'S CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL Warrautcd la casee of Bhenmatlsni, Kenralgla, Bruises or 1'iuus. Tho Dcst and Clienpost Ilorso nnd Cattle Jfcdlclno In llio World! Vttd IkroHffkoHl Ik Unittit tflatcM nml Ctirt atlitt during tht lull US Jrtart. For the cure of the vnrlriiia DlKenNes In which Horace nml Cultlo lire aulijoel ; kiicIi as Kiiuiiiler, l)lKteiuicr, Hliiu HoiihiI, Iiks of AiM.lte, lnwnrd Hlriilna, Yollow Water, r Ulu Iu, Poll Kvil, Homtvlies or Jrvuie, Mango, lulltiiiiiiifiiloii of the Kyea, nml Kitliuue from 11ii.il Lnhnr; nlxo, KlieuinnliNiii, (conlliuiiily- cnlled Ktlll . eoiiipluliit), wliieli provin fnUil to so uiuuy-viUtittble Horses iu tills country LOAN'S CONDITION POWDER . fin tlio lnxfce! Biiln cf m IlnrM iiihI CnUl Mvdlefttt In cstttiilrjr. It lit romMwtMl of tirlantHl nMitM, anrj for niiltliittsM, nft iy, crrlHihtyiitiil lIumMighiH-sMt; nUrtda lirv-fiiiitisiMtly nt tliv bod uf Ihe Iwl uf Harm and '- iU(U Mrheine$. It CitrrltK hIT l groM linmnr; rrftvnnta linrta fro becouiltiK "HIT or fiiitikrlhK. puriAtM Ilia btol, lssis tb 4kiii, nntl kI It m.KMtlli ntttl ((luMjr ni'iWJtrarir, cU'MtixMi Ihe WHlnr hih! tnii;f)Mtis try jMtrt of (h Unljr., It h nlw it mfo and ctrtnln remedy fttr coughf 4uU cvltist, Hltitlj gi-uumtoaw iimny futtU tlivviues. Th Ouw rqtiirMi to (mi tinpisllesi with mi stlKimUitceof fbatnl not to it hrr l't I Mr ia mK slfstimltlti, Iml lo kTp tip rvcftletr prrHinii uf Hi) I It, ih1 ll uwiMtra of cowa will AuQ h Kt vi n t thvHt BZ.OATB CONDITION POWDUBI IwIst wrfk, m forga Inrrrtwr tn tmntlly imI q unlit j f oitlk ami croatii. It rnnit-a iT nil f'Tc niil im puritlfsi of Ihn IiKmnI. TU vttwi In nrrit Ihrmigtiout tlk twusn lty a rich ami ahutptnnt Mow of milk. farm lt IsttrhntittK lo Ik awtr f tha vitlunbla inpi(iHi f SItH' i'oitHthtH JYrffrrv in ro Btotlnir thv ftHMltliim f hiit hlnyi ntnl trwvcnling tUiui sf ttia Juwaana of all tha JutuusjlicatoU aiiiiuiaia. aTA Kflv mat Mctm of tUtmn't ConitlllM IVlr ui Intn a Urrol of so III la Iwl I or lliaa Iws bi.lirls is corn Iu Billon a ho, anil la a certain pre tMiilv uf H Cliolrra, UlluJ tttatgura, and etlicr Slscasaa canilutm araimg liogs. CA PTIOiV. To prut, onmrwi ai J Iha pul.lls fraa Mini lw.awl uw l.y wurlbluM InillalloiM, - fouiiM a ill iHwr the fue simiU siiMlure vf U Fn arWwca oa IU wraivr. v., fee sal by Druggiata aad Uarchaiils srerrwaars. .- But Pro ivtora, Cliiuaan II. ' t. 0. Drawar sSi. - . Bold at Wholssals hy - STRONG 4 ARMSTRONG, Cleveland R. E. SELLERS A CO.,rittaburg.Pa. At Retail by l'ECK & HAMILTON, lis . Perrysburg, Ohio. NEW TAI 10 R! NGES T A B L I S H M E NT. i. v. niri'TiG k co. r'pHE undersigned take this method to inform ths J. public of Ptmryaburg sod vicioitr that they have tilted up a 'lVtor-t na; lOatKbliahmeal.ou Fruu,t street, two duora saat of tba Kxcbangs Ho tel, where lliey have an eacHluat stuck of . Cloths, .Csimra aad Vestlngs, Of every sty hi aud variety, and will be" prepared at all tin to Cut, fit sad Make to order any arti rlo of Uentlemen's Wearing Apparel, after the lateat style, snd In ths most apontved and satis factory Wanner. Girs us a call. J. H. KtTTlU CO. . Psrrysburg, April 28, 1S6. MISCELLANEOUS. PECK & MILLiEM, . TONTOQANY . Woob Covirrr, Os . i - DIALERS IK , STATLE AND FANCY PRY GOODS,! CLOTHING, . . : P BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,' QUEENSWARfi, GLASSWAKI. YANKEE KOTIONS, AO. FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS 1 ' .Formers of WaAinafo Tonviip etnd Vicinitt; WspsJrthS Highest Market Price in CASH FOR GRAIN AND PRODUCE. Ws have ample storage for any qnantity of Grain) also, CORN IN THE EAR! Being at all times ready to take your surplusgraia . Ws say to one and all-- BRING IT ALONG: Tontooamt, Sept. 10,1868. E. REMINGTON & SONS, I MANUFACTURERS OF REVOLVERS, RIFLES, Muskets and Carbines, For the United States Service. Also, POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS, IlPEATINO PISTOLS, RIFLE CANES, REVOLVING! RIFLES, Ride and Shot Gun Barrels, snd Oun Materials, sold by Oun Dealers and tbe Trade generally. In thae day of Houtebrenkixg and Rubbery, eeery IIohm, Store, Bank and Office thould hare one of REMINGTONS' REVOLVERS, Parties desiring tn srail themselves of tha late improvements in Pistols, and superior workman ship and form, will mid all combined in the New BEMIttGTOTT REVOLVERS. Circulars containing cuts and descriptions of our Anns will bo turnisbed upon application. 62il E. REMIXQTON A SONS, Ilion, N. Y.- Tho Silvor Skirt, More Durable, More Elastic, More Oraceful I And will keep Us Shape and retain its Place better than any other Skirt. TniS new and beautiful style of Skirt (Pstent ed March 7, 1865, was awarded by the Great American Institute Fair, held in Kew York, Octo ber, 186S, a , . . ' . ' S ii'b r' M o d'al! - .:'! The Highest Premium ever.fflven for u iioop sain, ,, The Steel Sprines are wound with a fine plated wire (in place of a cotton covoawtfr) which will not wear off. or become soiled, and the whole Skirt may be washed without in just or fear of rust ing, and will be as good as new. ' - : " -.. , Tho Comliination Silver Skirt! This invention combines with the ordinary cot ton Skirt the advantages of our Silver Skirt : the bottom hoops are the same as those nsed in ths Silver Skirt, the covering of which can ot wear off, while the upper ones are covered with cotton. No lady, having once worn one of our Skirts, will be willing to wear an; other, as the lower hoops of all other kinds are soon injured and soiled. The best materials are used in their construc tion, and, from their durability and neatuess tbey aro destined to become A FAVORITE SKIRT! Manufactured sololy by the Silvsb Shirt and. WlBS MANVFACTCSIHO COMrAKT, 80 snd 33 Burclay -street, New York. ' T. S. Sl'ERUY, SaperiatendeBt. ' . Jlisf The IHammoth Hardware Store IS loaded down with the best and latest improved Agrieultural Tools, of all kinds, at reduced prices. We buy of the manufacturers. We make 'uo one article a speciality," but are keeping A MODEL FARMERS' STORE, an institution that Wood County has long needed. We sell Ihe best of Goods. We keep a full and complete stoek on hand at all times. We are manufacturers agents for ths sale of Sash, Doors, Ae. Can furnish anything In our line that you may want. Call and see us. - eiLssaATsg - v HorsB ni Cattle Poffflers. This praparatloe, lona; and favrbljr known, will Ukw enarlily rvlnvigorate . brokea-4ova and kv-siirlti herauf, by streDRthanlns; and sJeansing Ihs stomach awl intca- . lints. H is a sure pre veative of all dla ' rasB Incldnl to this animal, such as LDN9 FKVkU, Gldt-NVkBB, I ELLUW W A- TER. H KAV r.8, CUUQHS, 1118. T R M P K R i KK- TEKa.FOUNPKR itwa ok atpk- TITK AND VITAL ENKHOY.Aa. Iu- uaa Improves tlia jr J riL , (i J w I a d , Inereaaes M . tf . i' the anoetitav-rirea as.' ivi ' a amselh anda-Tr vol . 3 , ' . : (lossy ia ud S?, ,V 'Tii.r "r auiMrabia skalctoo Into a AiM-lookiiis aad svirit4 horn. , To kecscrs of Cows this nnaniln I. isk.in.kK. It tneriiasm ths uauuty aud iuprovea tU Quality as lua aula, it aas beta proves by ac tual experiment ta ' Irttrsaae the quan tity of milk aa4 . erean sweaty per ' ent. and bus ths butler Arm aad sweet. Ia tkusataifl ' cauls. It aires Uxaa an appetite, looscna T J wr Bill, ami -3 auakea thvsa ttuite rnuoh sasaar. . la all disease sf fiwloe, sua as Csugha, Vlesrs la tha Langs, Uvtr, ae., Vila articls WL By putting trasa oe-hau a papor 1 . to a paper in a Barrel f swill the abura diseases WU1 basradiealed sratiraly praveatsd. K S1'" " tlm, a Otrtata prrreatisa and ours kar Umi Hug fhokra. - frioe 35 Cents per Paper, or S Papers for 4L .'.I , - HLWPABX vt S. An iroirrar; into., AT VHHR WHOLKStll Bt(li AMI str.DinNB ctrot. : No. 116 rntnklin St, Baltimore, Ud. rr 8al by lru guu aud tma.sinrs taiwigh. sat ths Uaitod Stales. .. . lT INSCnO St OH AMPSEY, Pemsburg, 0., Wholesale Ageota for Wood Cously and vinoily, alXatiulasturers'nrkaSe 4 NO ti . , M :