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rmfriTi . KEBKUAiir i m sct. f ERWSTi lr Ver, hi Advance. ft. B. r. Wadi, United 8ttc Senator, ha ffao$f in mdr bh1tt)fi for copy of ilio Kl ano Report for 18M. . Th (Jevelaixl LtaUrt p;ilitfali loiter frw General fXtnmt.rj and Si-hknck nJ from KtcrunD C. Parokb anil tho a-ener hoogrtlTrftgl ll Olilo "iq if ' " ' (' l;jTi)NiA,1m set nfi example wlittli ought tu o followed ly every oilier fital In lh Union Her Senate line paaacrl bill fortMIng rhilronfle: to make anf'in titiAtwi tet&eori pnnsstigtj-a'on account of roc or color, and the Hoiibo will cortaiiiiy concur. ' i i i i ii ' Tn New York Tribui' Wellington B?ecial any- tb there nr but few free ar ticle! Inllie lax bill, anil tlio'.ie'oi but little Importance. Leather ki in. Incomoa bo low 11,000 are eaemptwvt,. all above tliat are uniform at tj pr cent.' ' flignra two' flnflira pet Ijttndrpd and oijjht dollar per thoitaitml. Sncfi atringont provision nre iimln llmt it ia believed they, will prevent framl. . The Constitutional Amendment. Tit following State, lx'oeniii all, have ratlfloit' tbe Coiiatltiiiionnl Amendment, toj wit t Main, Indtatia, (Viiinecticiit, ', iViiiica aej New Joracj'.drogon, Ohio, No,iV York, K inans, Jlliimia, Wcit Virginia, Miohignn, Wiacoimiii, Missouri, ami Nevada.-' Might mofe' are' 'reqiuftxi l(i, fiiake 'If a jf a i-1 of; thpti8littl..ioii!', Mitati-.toiitmot tft, 't'onnoul, Kim Us Island, t'umiBylvauiA, , and Iowa will of courao ratify, bat with these Ilio numticr ia iHrfor!,. " J ; :. The Constitutional Amendment. THE OHIO LEGISLATURE. SENATE. BILLS INTRODUCED. In the Seim(ai lull hint hnen introduced, authorizing thuistiite ltlnariali toptitiBurilie for nil tlie itewepapers and luagiixiiioa pub lisheil in tlie Studo- to' bo proHoi wd for rol eronco. i ' A bill line boon Introduced,, ruipiiiinir townahipa, oitirn and inoorporalud yilhiKun to refund tnnnrye to.auch; pcmni-a hs.wuio COttipolh'J tO tt8hlll)10. rrHpniiHiliililiui) toio lioru llit'ir towjinliipH, Sic, fioiii diufta dur inj the war, ,v;. ,,. .., . , ., i . , , A bill w'iih introduced to provide fur-tlie voluntary diwolutitm of corporation. AU. a bill iillnwing iiro.inonliug nttnincya $'i lor cvirli 1(H) jiiliubitanU in the county. Also, irt)fl1 ctlintlil c:ihih 'for'rjriiniual 'ooii vcfjti.)irtii abate upon tho death of the d ' fpfid.fiit." Mo, a bill authorising Coinmou Pie Judges to remove aiuigntiBA fof C;u i: Alio,' a bill allntrin a c.me tu bu rc-rxan(-in!d lit tho appellate court the muno an h civil CaKca. Tho donate concurred in , HmVb amcmb tnautato tin) bill ii'lliiwiii villitea outnide of city limit to fuakb aidowalUa confoi in In Width tu thone of the cilie'i, and the utli II n lun. - r . Thi Smate rtroQ J lo H report of tho Ju dirfiary Ootninittoe nnalnt granting foncur rnt juriHdiciion to l'robu;o CotirtB hi par tittoti t'Moa." .'" .. " BILLS PASSED. In Senate, mi tho .rth, a bill wn paHd to incorporate Shnrpaluiotora' Aiiouiationa. Alo. a lull prohibiimK 1'robate Juduca cn eagiite in conveyancing, or in iifo-iooitt inir claiina igaitmt the Uuited Pt,itn. Alao', ri" quiring notice in cae ol partition to be Itiven forty daya baToio the Hay of bearing, inatoad of forty rlaya liolore commencement it term.' ' : . !n tire STcnaW.bn the fitli, a bill w;'ai paaai d to amend the act relative to collecting ata tietica of oritne, tratisfcrriuf that duty from prokecnting httoi nevH.to ihrka bf oourta. requiring additional atatintici," arid allowing 4'Irfrka the'.uanal tcca lor ancli aervicca. AlBO.'a bill ninking an impropriation of Sd.OOO for tho"publio printing,' which, in a law. AImo. a lull which authorized coiuilv oumuiasioiiora to bMt rtiVnpikea and niake thcin toada, iti certain OftDcn. ' AIro. a bill for the ytotei'tion 'of 'grave yarda not pro- teCted liy corporation or relijjioua aouiiftieB. HOUSE. HonKe, irad iotiiiu thh Annual lloport of the Stale llimnl ol Agriculture to 500 paet, wue iudeliuitely P'mtpoiied, - iUaolulioue wareinlrodnoed and laid an th, table to bo priutvd, for, aubiuitling to the people two aeparato proposition fur araeudiiiK tho CoiiUtuliuu, one or which wsultfe eiifranvliiM tho . nouroen, tho other t'vdietranuhiHO those who tlod tho couulry to evatto the draft for military swrvioo; A bill to inoieaae the Malary ot Judges of th8uprmie llonrt to S V(J0, waH pout pom d until January next. i ,i ffrvAto Mabti, who ia trying to repeal tlie law requiring fnrolgn inaurauoe com pwiiea to pul.lieh nnnnal nt.itcmei.ta of the r affaire in eoimlioR' w hero they have ugrn oiea, recently wrote a lotter defending tiin artioP, in which lie tuakOH the atatcinent that the law which he wanU repealed ' "Drove out of tho State a hordo of In aurauco Agents who wore Bulling tho poli cies of tlwir companies aa a peddler would el tiu-waio from liouao to honne, for tbeai fvllowa bait i only iwwr oompauiea, and rnghl not gut the Auditor' a authority tu impose upon a c minimi poople." 'And ao Mr. Martin want-i (ho law ro pealed eo that this "hordo of Insurance aitente " Nvho were " peddiii policies " for " onlv fxim-i1 ('.oiiipaiiiHrf',1' shall o one hack into the Hlate and awimllo thil pvopla agntu Tkie cousin to thenly fox thus cuts oil' hi tail with hi own aao.'- In ooueluding bis letter, Mr. Martin says, '' I toprvsent but tit noHipantea 4it hom ooinpany and me forei'tH coniitwiv." We HiiiiiinHnd that be waa lugiKlating for a fareigu oorpuratiou. Vayhm Jimrit.it. . v ! : i . . . ' HOUSE. PAYING FOR SLAVES. Hold and Patriotic Sentiments of a Kentucky Congressman—A Polluted Correspondence. jttn4e - .-,- ,, , ,.: i. TU. following eorreapnndehco' concern ing the resolution of Mr. CooR, ut IfiuOl.- aiupending tbe opi ration of the act aijlhor iiMtf- t' pymiii of ysJiownsr slave enlisted into the' army will explsin itaclfi i FRANKFORT, KY., January 15. MV.'&siihI Ifrtwi ,, Hsts lbs Ssnote 4lar Uie srtlon on Cook's res cilulion Nsrardiuir sla( unlit tub titsr n-nia ins The LtU ill ruiHOur sry hr if past, ssi lasurs, defeat, [Signed] T. C. CAMPBELL. WASHINGTON, January, 16. t: 1mm..h, A. I Vmtr tslvsrsia is'tn mn&. It' our purtr in Kpo Uel to mlno by tits ot Ctt's rasoln. lioaishi lil il sUhiI b so. I r bwin gnoHpsyi'1 for sUs. Mu iire4 tarulf in icnTi vnttit fr tlii rui-julum, sue p-paiuJ to cuail by it. li'purriy in Koutuusy sor-nls4 00 saali flimsy prineipL's tbl il en oi sUud ouo yoiul fur a lew myrnw, taoatj fur sic;Ut eak of ta-f which wuuliisu inln the wocksta ut rubala, lot ths rty r- I shall wb oi" bsads els of such an ur;iiiwuon siij srill lrr Ui start a nssr on which will n a fngliUiwd to (tesUi sri rjr llnis H h4r tlie aunt nrirro meptkmoil. ' ' mertiouud. [Signed] SAMUEL McKEE. LOCAL BREVITIES. AAraofaA(mrn ailiiit i to progress lliln rsk, t lU MsllHoliat Church. V -A. t'sf the (i. A. It. lis Keen estnbHaliPil rfmtl Intkis ilsrs. l(rnuUf time of uieeliotl If tseh slttrtisle Mnndlsy efenief . ' -kSt'sricioi'S to ss a joang KentUmnn of pro bity siljustiiig the wrS.rk of a euttnr m a very curly hour on Mnmlny rnoriTirrjp Vn tnht t : A srros turr4 -in auitumof Ja4esk!s nlition, In the Sheriff Pslo of Itrheera Alrxsmiur et al. r. Patrick McMminis. It dl ue J (VorrWl III tills ls.HO. ' ""TfiaTiiwrisTilit Tressiirvril ilironiitioiif the eoimtjr will do well to tsks heed to the notice ttt tis Auditor iu this paper, ruhitlre to their dntivs as remilrsil by Imw, ''''' ' -A vioM-it now alorm prerallcil dining th rntire day on MahfMiy lout. If sppi'ars to hars ritehded (hrniiplmnt tho North. At this writing, however, the " bin ul i Tu I smut" liss . disappeared, tain Is ttid order sMIio day, and a gnurs break up U liwnilnetit.. ' , ' -Ota filloiv-c!tlin, JonK JIadrb, is detsr Riliwd not to b nutitone in tho lllackamltliing Una, f srroers slid ntbsrs may profit by radlnjr hit ad vertlmiiieot, wlii rl-in he Intiirms tli(m St whst low r.itea thy can have work done at hi simp, on L lulslsns-arenuo. ' Coi-Ds and pneiimotils, or lune ferer, are quite prevalent In this vicinity. At this season of the yusrtoo imicli cara can not bo taken.' A cold Is frtipn ntlr contracted by tliroiriti(f ot the ovsrconl wlieliev'eV the teniperaluro Is shove the fresting point. Such su set it jniprudutil. Tub editor of the Kostoria Nrnt wonders knw Wt could spare the time for llmt aloitrh.ridu to Uoiiscliiilder's Vomers, and tvliare' we got the iiiiiiiny., We eAnUtcnftid (ho time finm thst slliit- li d to sleep, snd borrowed th nionoy from a florid but little aeqiiiiutod with nsV Doss tlie ejjilann- tion anffiteT' .!' ' ' " -- ! 1 - - Accident on the D. & M. Road—Tender and Four Cars off the Track—An Old Lady Seriously Injured. [From the Dayton Journal, Feb. 8.] Ye stents r raoriilin?.-shout a aunrli-r to four o'clock, His dmrrl train on tlie Da tori & Michiriut liaiinaii was iiirnwn from tne trncK, aoout a hmu fturtli of Piipls, by s broken rail. About five r-t ottlioniilwnsec.no. Theemrltie oiiNseil over the liresk snd ooL on Iho rail Himin. Tli tender failed to Bot on tlie rails, but 'lie e- press car, niter a rou or two, Ooiinccii on tlie mils attain. - Tlio first biilrffaire car snd tho first lms- sunci-r eosoti did not pet tinrk nirsin on the mils', tint remained on the arnile; whilu tha rear- Condi and sleeping car were turned over' on tlioir -shles lino lliu ilitcli, anil (tilling toilisooiinect,tliey were draegiid a iiiuiiliei of vsrds. ' When tlie rear coach w as overturned, the llirlili were put nut, and Hie Stove, which was on the nil )r lids of tlit ear, broke hmso fenm itl fstti-oihiis snirrollt'O lo Ilio lower sine, An old lady wlio whs fcenti-d close by the stove st the moment of th ilisastiT. wan nitcheil lorwiinl soil It'll unou tlie stove, and her clothes iininediiituly took fire, t'on rtarfor Sheplev, who was in that couch, instantly r-illeil the stovn wsy from tlie ohl laily, an I as airhtd in putting nut tho lire. Tlie oonch was si moHtiiiuiiiilialcl.y flllud w ith Rinoko, hut ('undue tor S. got oii-n a couple of wimlon s which nlloived tho smoke tr-'O egress, snd ipiidu the bn-ntlilng more tolerable. II y this time pai lfes from the iutldA had com to their ro.icuo, and the old lady was Minnved from the ear. It was asecrbiiueil tliat she whs not ouly ssverely burned, bother col tur bono.wns broken, and her hip was dialoeated. I'd n ohl laily, iv u iinilerslanil, lives ab ut firo miles from t'oliiirihus tlrnre, st ivliicn station ihe rot on llietrsln. Mhetoht t'onrtnetor Hiieplnr that she had no monev to nsv lierwav. but thai slift wanted o get to Cinriiiiisti, whoiv she hud rclativot, in 0r iter to get her eyes enrtd, as nhc was partially b1iail,aiid the Coniluctor win pnssing her to this city on her way to her relatives. A bed was prepared for the old lady In the baggage Car, by the rotiv shit, nd a pursu of tit was raised for her by tlio passoiiKers. Slie was to be retttrnud to 0 Inmbiis drove on tho null train. No other person iu tho car was iulured. The sleeping car was pretty well filled with sleepers, and strange to say, unbody was hurt. Tho Cur was somewhat raked by being dragged, as amo was mo passenger cnarn. . The imnnv-lianger tor the baggage car -was broken, but the damage was alight. Tim-express esr wss ii"t injured, but one of tha springs ws bmkeu. Altogether the dninnge was very light. l lie train erosscii a large cuivuri wncn on tne track, snd it was almost a miracle thst the cars were not tumbled into tho rtimni. . The wheels cut half wsv through tho ties In crossing it. As th season of hsrd I i nning is probably over, It is not pmuanio nisi tno ii. & M. will nave any inure or inoso nrosen ran sprees. , , The train was dularod severs! hours br the e cldent, and got In this city st noon,- Th Mad Wat rlcarcd ycBturdiiy atteruiNin. i . - The Weekly Evening Post and the American Agriculturist. ' Th prorietirs of tha H'c7y IXtHvif nstand tbe Amtrb-mit A-jritidtuvitt hava made arrangaoieiif to furnish thosu valuahlu publiestlch' :sl the low price of iO a year for both. Those who profor the Hemi-Wuiklv Kttnimj Putt oae hart both It and the tji'i'-.iiho'W for four dollars year. The A'jriniltttrUt is monthly 'Journal of the highest character. It is generally regarded as the best paper of its class in the country, si)d i's value in the future will be greatly tiniancedby a liberal expenditure on the part of Ihe publisher in svcrl ceparimenla that will add cruelly U ita intsrest in the family circle Th Weekly aud U Semi-Wekly AVoiih PmI re carefully made up for family reading, sad on eh number contain, besides lha new and polit ical discussions, full and hiterebting aonunl of new biink, Hum and Uoasip, th current talk of our own snd foreign capitals, made up by tiperi enced hands hore and abroad ; a story carcfu'ly scUcted ; trustworth and full market reports,, and a great variety of othor littereBting ma'.Ur, The two journals, one monthly, the other teeriv or ttmi ircW.y, ss the subscriber prefers, will fur nish tho different unuibcrt of in intelligent family in th country with a full supply of , ialerctfng reading matter on agricultural aud horticulture) subject', nd keep them duly iul'ornwd of all that occurs in th world of literature, art, science, pol- Uicanj and w hat Is pokeu of aud ilUciisscd iu the centers of eiviliialion. " Addrem, Wn ' O. PbtIixt ft. C.,' PuMisW of the Krti'j fMt 41 Kssssu street,' enA'tdherlj', Sew York, Or,OaASu JiMct Co., Pnhlljhors Asierirnn ''jfrimhsTM', 41 I'ark Row, New York. Remittances should be tout hy draft on New York, ur bjr VostofHou outer. Statement of the Public Debt. The following is a itatem 'lit of the public debt of the Unlteii States on February J, 18 IT ! . PICBT IIISAniNd COIN IXTBIlKST. Five per cool, bond ..... 4 tV9.091.S5A 00 Si tier el. bond of lrtr ant M l.ljra.-llt 80 Six nor cent, bonds of HM .... ls,l,Mi,loO 110 Hn per cent. ju oonus ..... viv'.u.jue no Navy peuamu liuiJ ............ iJ.aUU t)u Total ..l,t:n,M.6tl 80 DEBT BEARING CURRENCY INTEREST. Six ir cent, bonds l'J,9'."1.0i)0 Three-vear i-onip-uind interest uotcs. 14:,(UI4,iMO Tliree-'vear T SU note 883,688,100 , Total l,r,T40 M ltured debt not presented for mv uicut ... , lo,79l,44t Jl IICHT BRAIIINQ K.INTKKKV. United latet oiIcm ....... Kr.u'tioiial currency U old certificate of deposit . J 11. 117,00 00 iS,73,7J1 Iv.VV'J.vOO T d-.l .- Total debt. , tli),in3.H0S $.'fi,7J3,4M AMOUNT IN TREASURY. Coin Vurrenry .. o:,sm,os 4J,0,187 ' -TotU U3,423,7l Amount of debt, lo& rash iu the 1 treasury, - f l.M.I 31D,T4 The foregoing i a correct statement uf Hi pub lie debt, s iihii from h book and Uvaaurcr' return in the department nn th Ut of F.brunry, HUGH McCULLOCH. Secretary of the Treasury. It is estimated that one hundred million fuel of log will be out on the Upper Mis aiialiii thi winter, and eighty million the St. tlioix. .- sal ihs Ir is stitod lh.it Henry Waul Itaccdier alioiit to sue the I.t.l, peiiiUu! for puldiehin hi ui iiioii. , Im Thk rent nf a baaeiuont otfloa near the As tor llouse ia tm thousaiid duliaia. ' Tu mic ia aolid ice. liitoeu mil. in extent. ou Loi'K l!aud ouuJ. Terrible Ncfn in n French renltnntlnrv. An nocoiiiit of thp revolt iu the l'leu -h frtvehile l'enihcntlnry of St. Anno has al reiuly been given, but t1t the horrors of the twr.c Were not! told1 The prison cijiituinrd, oft tho 2Hih of September ha)t,288 pi itoitcrs, who plotted a revolt, and hcvninplished it on th 3d of October. ,T1iey dcove out, the turnkey released thoso who were Mi du rance for had behavior, pillaged and drunk BrtditnlulgcijlJ ttifl UHUiilsturpaliakTIicqi they wanteiraoiirntlrinK else rrr do, and the ringle(rdei (,'oirtlurler, tprinjoitf d het lhy hinitif sliftt up lif thff efiirfliAitsBfliOlieVlirin wotibl b.jikijto-WUxiHMn.aiiii. ibait. sot tho huihliiig on, Pro; and f nr tlcr to miiltc'rtilngB 'Bcctil'o, Hint rifio 'if'tllb oisf of the rcvultnrs, who hufipenod to bo drtinlt. elmnhl Bland guard hppoit'' tho 'rjmif ot the BtoreliousB whilo.it waa burning,' with knifo In finnif. to Bfab OliV Vfho 411901111011" to cscapo.' ' fl1 ' ' " ' ! ' This was (liirtiediutely'ngrcM to and t'fip victims, fourteen Iri tiuinbor, liavfnj been induced to' enter, a pilo of papera Was heaped np, Biitnratcd with pctroleiiin, nnd set on firo. The room was soon in a blaze, but fall, tin) doora and window being strongly fiarrod, 'thdiA was no ponBibility of hgress c)u:opt by tho on6 door; At which tho hoy Allard Btoor! with his knife. One poor litllo fellow, named Oarabaldl, made, a deierufo 'attempt to pass' ho naming' ptr(al. liuf was. sjahhed three ' timcit, and hurled liaclc llefedllur1 irtto tbs fire." A wafchnmn,: whd hcavd tho adreaniB 6f the Victims ami ran to their assistance, was act lipoir by tlrC yoimj; rlcmons who ' prcniJed' at the httj da ffc, and flnttg "Into ft troticir. Ol coiiiso tho building '."as burned 'W the glouml, Bud whpn usHiHtaiiCo cftrliC,' Wft days iif;i(rw,ards, Ih8 bodicB of tbe1 twelve' or ' fonrleii Tic-dins bad bcoti reduced t ftshes. .For thin horviblo crime four of , tho ftccuNftd liuvd bedii cbtidohihcd to tho feal-' leys for life; ' ' A NRtv'cotiiifoi-foit 'twonty five ' dent noli of tho currency, ia jn ciicuhttion. -!It timv be detected by, the soroll work arbitnd thk' figurea 'J 2.")'' on tho upper left band corner, which touches tlie' fine linen u round the edge of thermic, which Torftia the)' borW log, while on t,ho gonuijio no part bf the aarbll Work oitohc tho Ifrtrf.'" ' ,-i'-i " Thr crmt-nf olrtning tlio atreeta of Boni tonutHiuw- nfter !bo last two great storms wne mD,000. Over 1,000 men wore cm ployed. i : Onr thoiHiiud men are now employotl in reiiniiiilg tu lireat J'iASferu. : ,'. i .1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. T2 00 42 S3 do JS 17 M 011 is I 1 THE, PJIEMIUM BAKERY, ' ' ItlAlblUn ITV, o,, NOW, as lie retot'ore, have every fsoilit.v at thot colli iininJ tur supplyinit. Mil omiw City, l'er- ryaburg, anil the region roundabout, with . . , , 3road, Bisonit, Hoik, Cnickfra anil : Cake of every description, ;V , the excel leuoe of which is not unknown among their many patrons on both sides of the Miiuinee, for several years past. Ilr.itul'ul to their patr.ins for the custom extended in the past, no 'oflnrfs shall be spared iu th future, on the part of tho proprietors ol tho . 1 ' "1MIHMIUM BAKERY,"' in retain the conRdenc o f their patron.ige, by fur- liibhiug, as heretol'oru, such an article of "Tlio Staff of Iafe," .' as Rhall challungo eoinpurison in every particular wnnnui letir oi nuccuMSllll coilipi'lilion. .Miiiimeo-uity, rcbrimry isor,' Look to Your Titles! TT mar iW4j g.'nerally known that the title to l a nrrgff portion; or the ioai r.staio in wood Comity Is detective but such is the fact. These defects arise from misdescription of the prop ftr, inform! execution aud sthuuMleduuianl of couvevauee. uurecimled de-ads. tax sale and titles, judgment liens, irregularities in sale under execution, mortgage, &c I Hundreds of mortgage and" other Intnmbrsnces uai - lands remain uncancelled u the, record,' though tho debts thoy werogiyen(tnaeBnrerliarB probshlr been piiid. TliotiKiinds ot'tax sales have been mad, iucuuiberiiig hinds and lols, many of wincn nTo neen ri'deemnu out not eanceiieii, out a largo ntuntier still exist valid heii on iho prop erty 1014. , uyor t,vu 01 uie aeuu on our eounrj- reeoras re mivrb erroueoubiy tixeciusa, or wrongly reOrdi1 most of the errors undoubtedly occur in tho unking of the deeds, but niuuy iu the recording of them. V ' '"' ' ' ' ' , In" view of lhesV faCts,','we' are prep.trlnjrand' have nearly comrHeBsd, ul gro.it expense nd im- inaus labor, a cempleto aostracl or th wile M every tract , of land and town lot in tlie oountv giving the original eiitric and pueehsses fraui to Mate ana i niteit ntstes. data ol the deeds, kind ol eonverance, Coniideration, full duscrtptiou of the land, where deed executed, dato of record, book and page where recorded, nu 111 her of wit- nos-irs, nunibur of so Is, amount of rcrcwie stamp, AO. , ,v . ; So eomplote will thesa Abstract b, that if evory bmik in the Recorder' Ullica were destroyed, an accurate description. of every instrument re. corded there, could be procured from Our office. , With these facilities We are prepared, oh the shortest notice, to give sll necessary Information, and wiitUin abstracts hf till, at reasonable price, to all who inayilesir ho sumo.. 1 .-. With thesa Abstracts before, tis, wo a'so hav facilitie for preparing oonrayaucv of very lU soriition, unetpiulled by any other otHe in the county, and, which will b i'm.ide nut hv us at usual rates.' AVewlll givspcclal attention to remedying defects in titles, removing incumbrances, procuring lost d -edi, gulling original patent or copies of sain, aao nqnectiug tines geueiatiy. .. - , Every na-ner nf Real Ustate should kaow 'th. full history of bin title to sstuo, and that it .if rorr rectly plc,ed t)a V" -lWrd.l aid eyerv jirmleut man will reru-ij to buy any liinAs of lols without rt' boWftiliy Aatlstlett lha Hie llttU to 'Sam i p irt'oen clear 0-l unlineumhernt I and thi fsot an be ascertained IroR at a siiaaU expense, Uur hargs will be a follows , !'.' ,1 Kor an examination of th title, 1 1 a t or trscl ofUnd, with verbal opinion on same, fnpit(lr(o IS.aco'iriliiig to v.iluu auJ number of U'sns'W. For a full abstract of tho title,, with written opinio on same, f'S and over, according to number ot conveyances or tlie tami, ana uoor iu making out same. A reasonable 'deibietion Witt be nude to appll- cants, for CliMa ol till to two Or -more Imets. and tso lo attorneys snd agents who nisi Irwitient Dusiu 11 can upon us. (i ROSS &, OOOK. Pcrrysburg, O., Fehraary It, 186T.' J7 NOTICE TO TOWNSHIP TREASURERS! VI OTICB ia horehy givua to th Treaucers 1 ' the svrvriil tow naJiIlM in Ibis count!', llial tbev will be espcclcd to comply with the requirement of the UUi h section of Ih School Law, as passed March IS, 8-i-. ' Th taw wltl tx stricllv enforvw) ith Heine failing to comply with laid section rt nag 42, ol V..I. et,, U of isst.l , . litO. N. PARDONS, Auditor; lUce, Wad CK, O.. s, Februirryv, ISST.- J" " 42b' Auditor' Ollic . Furri sburg, Februirry 1, lOAI VOTICK.-Nntic i Wirobv givtu Mat 1 V a petition will lie presented lo tqt Conuiut siouotm of Wood Couiily. UUnv t lhair,ixt teeu lar (esMion, kiug fur a view, aui -vy and lH'ation of a oouiity road, commencing at the quarter-post, between Seciioiis eight and nine; thence west ud qiiarteKltin through elhis eight and (CVtB of Henry Township, and section twclv of J net Towipihip, to lha Ouego Fris-turnpik Itoad. there terminate. MAXV IE 1 1 1 U A P.KS. Heury Tp , Jamury Si, lti7. 43d A1 DMtMSTIt ATOR'S NOTICE Notic horrbv aiven that the uuder.iiuiuid has been duly apKiinied and qu-ilified as Administrator boms ii-Mi on tli eoUleof John Elgar, deceased, late of WiHidCountv.Ohio. All persons Interested a ill govern iheuiselvea aocorHiiiglv. WM. S. EUEULY. Perrysbiirg, February .7, IS-'f. 4..1 lVostirttblo Fa via t'ov Sal. We bav for ale, l' excellent farm of Hen. W.Day, near Hmiiug (ireen, cooxiaiiug uf acre, nearly all under fence, ovrr lPOacie under cultivation, good buildings, giKd orchard, Ihor ougly ditrhrJ t and is in every view a tin.l-cU., farui', in Ihe bvt of oou-'ition. Price tow tei tus cj , & COOK. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. INSURANCE STATEMENT. ;l '' '( of . on sou au4 de 1). 240 and Statement of tho Condition l T ROr 0L1 T A NI N S U R AN CE o oia i? -a. Kr-sr, ' oi'tiie,city or yv.yr yoiik, M.th First day of January , A- P- 18C7, made T 7 Ui the Auditor of (he Ktste of Ohio, pursuant e tlie eUtute of. It State, k'J. 'I. Name nnd I.ocf i lie nsTswwiwwi iiiibuisui is mo sib rrtur"iir-- liNrtlj'RAt:K COMPANY, Incorporated 1 112, k4 4e!4. in tho ef f'w York. .,,) .ill -i r,,i.,,ll' ;i J J V TheCspltsf of Company sctssllr - pkt mp;m asih- .r.v-..Mtlii," Tile Hui plus on tho lt any of Jauu ' ary, 1(I7 .r...r.,..... 602,873 98 total amount of Capital TSurplu$103,8"3 08 Aeiols, Amount of Cash on hand sod in Dauls $81,1-3(1 77 In hands of Agsnls and In -confSe of ' tranmnission .2..- Rfl.eo't) Off II. S. fl's of IH-Sl.w... 11)11,600 00 Ui S. -20 8 per cuni, M'Sidt 10,0rt 00 U, S. (Jompoiind" Intorurt S0WS..4. ' 6.7 00 Ui S. 7-30 Treasury Notes 89,3U2 00 Jttsnk SMclts ana atuor Miioullanaoiu roeurme . . . 9,720 83 1173,911 0 ) e fl,7l5 B0 47,415 1)0 i 17,323 54 ' 19,396 6 70,495 54 18.R29 IS iLaans on Uonds nd Mortgages, being fX flrft lien n'f eceord,"on litlinenni- bered IlearKstatd'.A.' V....I.... Jjoans on W S. "Securities,''' State niocss, iisns nnu oiner riocaa nnu 1 ll..na. ...toal.lu . Other Miscellaneous Items Due for Kir Premiums on Policies hy.' , suedet Oftlc.i......i.'.'.'..... Due for Murine Premiums on Follcie issued at OfHne . ...i ........ Hills lleeeivablofor Prcmiilins on Ma rino links ...i ...v ...... -tnterest One ond Accrued, but not yet payable ; ,1 ..' ' v l,502,873 98 .- I.lnblllllvi. ' Amount o" f.fisse adjusted, due end 1 '' 1 ' unpaid.......,.! ' .... :'None. .. Losses iuenrrod, and In process of ad- ' ' " ' lustmeiit .'Ai;V...-..-''.,...:-4 t47,27J 80 Los.ios reported, on which no action -' " 1 " -. i bus been tnken..f. ......'':.. ,: (11,181 78 ( I iwns-for- iiossw- resistwl by the - - - Company 2d,330 00 Dividend declared dtei'and 4unjatd,.'; , (.iVone DIvMond Wthe eash or eCrip,- tie- - ...... I n Kf.i.n U , . U . . I , ' . (Lb .lU.s... ..... ...... V. .1. ill other cxintjug .plain" against tho , , Cimiianjri.w.ii.....v,.J..t..-,--? S0,af Tot 1 nifmi,4 if IrfwafiKB, Claim untlr - i- s, , Itit-biUHS M-,(Vk tat! f4tk- . Thrf greaft-st amWnnt Insured on nny on ( first-chissyrisktB- f'2(t,(t(t, but, as general riito, the tiskh lls'rtol eneeed 10,O0. '! mi,i. i - Tlie Compiiny has no gemtral rule a' to the amount allowed to be insured in any city, town, village oi1 block, being governed in this mutter, iu each case, by the general character of buildings, width of streets, facilities tor putting out tires, &o. An 'attested copy of the Amended Charter or Art. of Incorporation accompanies this statoinent. No deposit is madii with nny Statu. STATU O? Jf :W YORK, I J, . City Avn Countv ov Nnw Yi;:k.( Cf.IMTOX 1). flSK.V.i Vice-President, and n. H, POftTPili, Seci-eti'i-yor the Mict bopoj.it an In si'HA.sc Coui'ABV, being scvurally duly sworn, deposu and say, and eucii for himself says, that application bus been inndu by the Directors of the Company, to IN Legisl iiuru of tho Statu of New York, for an Act legalizing tlie rediicti m of the capital of the Company to the sum of Five'Hun drej Thousand Dollars) that thu foregoing is a true, full and oorrect statement of tho affairs of the laid Cornnriilion, and that they arj tho auovc-de- scribed olliaers theiMof. W: It. WAMwonTii.'AwMdiHi Sotttuty. 1 100. BTAJtr.) J . 1 i , ; Subscribed and sworn before mo this 20th day of January, A. 11." 1887. . fSignedl ' EDWARD T)kR)BE, Aotiicy rullirrttuling itt.thc VUjf nf A'eip Turk. lit'. BTAMl'.J . , Know AH .fun b tliCso Presents, That the Ms THOCOI.ITAM INM'KANC COMrANY, of Iho City of New York, do hereby authorize any and all egents thaf 9aid Company bus, or may hcreaftei-havo or appoint, in tho State of Ohio, for and on behalf of said Company, tot accept and acknowledge aervice nf all process, whether misno or final, in any ac tion or proceeding against sain L'ouipaiiy, in nny of the courts ot tho said State. And it is hereby admitted and agreed, that said service of the pro. coss aforesaid, shsll bo taken and held to be valid aud sufficient in that behalf, the -sumo as if served upon said C mpaiy, according to th laws nnd I notice of said Stale or suy other State ; snd all rlaim or right of error by reason of the manner of such service, i hereby cil -ossly waived and relinquished. - . . ' Witness our hand arid seal of tho Company, this 29th dav of January, 1867.- '.' 1 1 -i- ijiga idli CMNTOJf B. HSK. 2d Vice Prnidtut, WjJ. It. WaPSWOHXU, vImi'i'uhI H crtiary, 'sSALj il DT-AUr.) . ' . V' ' ; : "...1;: rocv.i ''. v: . : -CERTIFICATry t)F ADtHOUITY. (to expire dh tljo'Slst day of jantia'ry, 1888.) OFFIc'B OK f tlR Al MOTOR Ot STATU, 1X3T'R.CS;CB UarARTMRNT ' OOU'MBVB. tliiioi Fehruarv 4, !Sri7. Whkiikab.TIi MKTKOI'Ol.l TAN KIltE INSUR ANCE COMPANY, Ucatod at New York, iu the Stale of Now Vork, baa filed in this nllice a sworn statement of its eoudiiion, as required by tlie first section Of the act "To regulate -Insurance Com panies not incorKrntcd by the State of Ohio," passed April 8, lSj,and amended February 0,161)4; and Whereas, said C.nmpauy has furuishud thsuo deiiiigiiud sa(iluowrv evidence that it Is possessed of at least ONE HCSfDUED AND FIFTY THOUS AND DOLLARS OF ACTL'AL CASH CAPI TAL INVESTED In stocks, or bond, or In mort gages of real estate, worth double lb amount for Whict tha aam - is -mortgaged 1 nod, Whereas, said Coinp.iuy .has ijlod in tlii tlllicu. a written insrumeut uuder its corporate seal, signed by the President and Secretary thereof, authorizing any agent or agents of aaid Company In this State to acknowledge servlo of process, for and in behalf of aaid Company according to the term of aaid law j 1 j., , Now, I'luiiF.FORK. In pursuance of the first sec tion of the aforesaid act, I, James II. (iodiiun; Aud itor of Stato for Ohio, do hereby certify that said Metropolitan Firo lusuraiico Company,- tf New York, Is anthnriied to tninsnrl the Uosinaas of Fire Insurance in -tUi SuAuolil lb tliiitv-lirst dav January,iiytho jear iuio thousaud eigit hundred and sixty-eight. ' ' ' '. : In Witxkss H UKnaniM have hetenrro-suiiecriben inr name aroteansM the eeal of tnv uf- rSniL.l tic to bu-utlUcd tile ay aud year above written. t- . - JA$VH, GODMAN, Xudjtor of State. KOSS :Vi COOK, Agents at 1'errysburg, Ohio. -tie VI IT IN WAUNElt, '' ' ' Tontognriy, Ohio, ' A r ANUFACTL'RKR of and Dealer in Saddles iv., H irocss, Collars, Trunks, III i- a"-!-ai,w wi.!..- ii .ii..rJ ... .vU, .. ..-, ....... ..J, - .V. ... most every riich ooniiecteil with the Saddler? and Harness dopirt- aient, in lite manufaetuivof which ia used the very Su.t ut stuck in vlie markvt. None but the best of workm -u af-e omploycd and all or tor tilled by the tin's specified, PRICES LOW, aud all work made according to contract, an 1 Warranto I to giro satisfaction. Carriftgo Trimming ..aad .Repairmg ' Doue l,i.orJe AO 1 piotujitlv alien led to, A giwd ass irtiuent of ',, , ' SADDLERY . HARDWAFtE Ou hand.' Call and c for yodraelvo before pur chasiog elsctiur. - . ,i . . ." lif" Hides, Drain and aim isl ererj (riiolc Farm proauce Jaken In exjilianifo. ;J t-vT (Soo.1 mH re of cliargii to au) point th Railroad,. v -.. - '.. - . i. 4ta l'LKASK TliVj ! , PLEASE TRY! Futiacrs an4 lUut Owners I Look out: WAR AM3M3 THE. BLACKSMITHS 'pilK undersigned hai r.diiee.1 pric JO per X in I over on llorse-alioeiog and Repairing. Also, on new one and Iwo-hor Wug.ms. If y.Hi aih oto-ap Uai-gaiu aud good Work, please call am.' try. 1 guarantee or wartaut work that leaves riiy shop. Pioae liy pleas Prices for liurso-.hoaiog hervafur ar a. fol Ions: Old hlhK-s, la.-: New shoe. Si'. JOHN UAUKK. Jr,. corner l-iniiarti vcou and D. A M. K. R. Feritabuig, Kbiujiv IS3.. " tliu TONTOGANY ADVERTISM'TS. - - TAN ., . ' of of ou I ct. any try. S. W. WIUTMOUE & CO., Tosromsv, omo, DRAI.RR IM .taplo aacULancy, DRY' 'OrOOBS: rnotn,,r Caps, Hoots. . i Shoe, ; Iron. .,, Nuils, iilusS, DHUOS. & MEDICINES. Oils, :' : .". , 1 Painif, . Dyo Stuffs, ' ' . , Family Modic'nos, . Perfumeries, Notions, &c,&c. FurnLturQ ; of All Kinds, . , At Toledo prices. PROVISIONS AND FLOUR, Of tho best o;uaIif,y,,al tho lowest mill price. ,' 135" Tho above fioods havo boon hough t low for cash, selected with the greatest care, aad will be sold at :' very Liiceit Prica. Call ami .Cum ing before purchasing elsewhere. THEY ALSO HAVE A FIllST-CLASS STEAM 3 AW-wiLL, and are well prepared to supply bills of LUMBER with promptittidu, and at tlio lowest rates. --AI.90 '.'.'' DOORS, SASII & BLINDS, In fact, almost everything required for Building purposes., . .. Tootogauy February 1, 1867. , , , ,..4tza ;, 1 , 1 i ; ,, , ; . ' . LACK & MOORE, Tontojnny, Ohio, . bkalkue 1:; PURE DRUGS & MEDICINES, . PAIHI3, 0IL3 & DYfiSIUFJE'S, Glass & Glassware, .' perfumery; ; FANCY Ari3LES iOTlON T, PurQ.WiQea an J Brandies, ! (For Medical purimsos) PATENT MEDICINES, ECO. - Very fine assortment of FAMILY G30CE3.E3, As low as can be piireluued for cash. Lotter, Cap, Wall nnd Window Paporn, Pons, I'onoiM, S'lporior luks, And all other articles usually kept by Druggists The above articles have boon bought low for Cash, selected with great cure, and will bo war ranted as represented and sold at tho very lowest eash price. IT Physicians' rescripUam Carc fully Compounded. ' . . W. fl.-r-Tokiy!sa Agent for those sterling'TiHU rsnco Companies thj Hirt'furd Fire, of ILntforil, and the Sun Insurance Co. of Cleveland, . Tontog.iny, February 2, 1837. ' 41iz R. M. GILFILLAN'S Wholesale and Retnil " 1 FURNITURE MANUFACTOIIY .., .' . - ,rAT- , .:. . 'k ' T0NT0Q1NY, OHIO. J The undersigned is prepared to manufacture all - ' . , kinds of -.-: , 1- . t f:c . Of Good Seasoned. Lurribcf,vA and will kcop constantly ,bn VahA a hvk made '.f. . . -j ,'t Drcssing-Biirciuts, Bo lstoads of every stylo, I I Extomioa-Tttblcs, nud other styles . . . i.. .. . ; , Muz f . w . t-ig.'ther with all i4tier classes of ' ' . 37 tx XLTI a? which I Warrant-to be good, bod will veil aa cheap ns can be bought in .Toledo. You will do. well givj m j a call b.'t'oru goiug there to buy, as I fuel certain that I ean ' : ' .-.ii v r i- .1 rtj : r . , '.-'... .', Suit you in Quality and Price,' so that you can save your expense to tho city. JSf'All order filled promptly and carefully. COFFINS MADE TO-ORDER - . .. ' ..ANB ; "' .'-,' FU.MEaAUS ATTENDED PaOMPTtY ' ' " ; ' 451 VB MB A CALL. ' 1. , a... - ' "i .4 II. M. Il4'II.4t!. TontoganyvFcbruary 1, 1947. 4I ... - i ! i i i I -I l D. F. DAVIS, M. D., Plxysician and Surjoreon, (I. ato Assistant Surgeon iu tho Hth. Ohio Cavalry) IS rgltXASISTLY LOCATED AT Toutoxany, Wo4 Cuuuly, O. ' 4lxx FIE assorlmeot of lloaik and Slationeiy will be found at Mc.MAUAN S. "AO lo MoMAHAN'S, for ilu8ie-n.Kik, Sheet V. Music aud Musical instrument. A FULL line of School Hooks al .McUA.HA.VS Nw Hook Store. ULL assortment of Hoots and thnr at liOUSTONS'. j OU WORK.iu all atvle and color, neatlvVx- it uud at th JOIE.NAL OfUCE, MISCELLANEOUS. r !. In i - H a BARGAINS INREAlf ESTATE 40 acre of lantl.njjof Jfofnwqr, sec S3, In Perrysburg, good log d walling boose, and other Improvements; $840, prompt ray, or (700 in' payment.- f 8 acres, n f seqrs -c 21 , Middletort, good land, at 10 per acre in payments. - 80 !, 4 neqramBA, Whtoy ditohing paid for, at I0 per acre in payments. ' WD Bre, hw qr sco 29, In Portage, good land, at $0(J per aCro iu payments. 4-' tM-amavawawns lawtj being-mndi vide half of zwo acres.'ill n pt sec in j ortnge, sumeri.vo ditching; will be sold at a bargain call and ice. . , 80 acres, w $ aw qr sec 27, In Lake, at a low figure.. ,;... t)0 ors. l 'f qr nek , town k, range 10, fu Henry, at $i per acre. . ( . tt n-y West i of 'out-lot No, 1, Pe'rrysbiirp,' 1 aero, for sale ut rent, uow occupied by Mr. Wittier, , A number of fine in -lot for salo cheap in I'cr rysbnrg. DeSirnbla lands in Laporttf aud Stoubcrt Co', Irtd., for sale at a bargain, 300 acres of lax title lands, iu Wood Couufy, fur sale chea'p. . ' ;' t I will show my lands with pleasure, audio gell ing, will nniko payments to suit. .. . -, J. IUCKETTS Ferrysbitrg-, February 8, 1S07, i . .- .r. Ii .WERE AOREEATtIA SURPKIPED, on loukinir over tho series of these works. to find how ra ich excnllent matter is given for that now defunct article, the Himo, but still purchnsablo at ten cents. History, Fiction, and Useful Works som? of which are suitable for Scuools--aro .to be found tn this remarkatily alH-;i(i seiiet at piibli cations. Of one tiling we ean assure our readers i that nothing immoral, or of a blano nature, ia pub lished in thorn 1 Boif you want a choap and good ten oenta'' worth, got otic of Headle's Dimo Hooks." Jsiwi A. Worfev, tforfayV Lrttly't Hook. " One of the most successful enterprises of mod orn time j in iho literary world was inaugurated with the introduction of the ' Dime ' publications of the woll-knowQ firm of lleadlo A Co, Their success lias ben utiprocedcntud but not un deserved, foi we buliuvo it has been thoircnnsciep-.i Hons aim to cultivate tha pipular t'astir up to a higher atnndard of literature than was tho ca.o be fore they took: the field. YelloiV-eorcred literature was theretofore aptly described as ' cheap and nasty;' but the publications, of Ihis honso, tliough tho clicapest of tho cheap, hava proved that thai desirable quality is n-it inconsistent with a high ordur of literary marit. and an ireprnacUhHta dard of iu irality." U iff 0 0rmnercM Advertiser. STANDA11D FAVOUITES. " Intrin-itc excellence characteri1 each and every one of DEADUS'S DIMS l'OULlC-VTIOS.' LThev have obtainod their itnnenso. circulation solely npm their mnf. Only tuo Dust wokki of tho triad authors are almittnd to tho list, which now conmrUia IIDOKS FOrt AI.Tj, covering n wi to rangonf subjocts, as Tost Hooks. 11 and Hooks, Biography, Uomanco, etc, etc., remarkable alike for their ihtnpiirm, their utility an i their interest. Ily these qualities tluy hive livad down a long stan ling pi-eju lico against cheap books, for thoy have proiwi that a book cau be both clieap auil gojd. The list now embraces 1 . SCHOOL 'SERIES. 1 Dime A mer'n Speaker. Pima Dialogues, No. 1. 2 Dims National do lllime Dialogues, No. 2. .1 Dime Patriotic do ;l)ime Dialogues, No. H, 1 Diuu (Jomio do I Mine Dialogues, No. 4. 4 Dims Elocutionist. I r Prem, Dialogues No. 5. 6 Diuu Humorous Sp'kr Dim; School MeloJist. FAMILY HAND-BOOKS. Dims Cook Book. . Dinu F-milf Physician. Dim ! K icipo II i ik. Dini3 Dressim't er and Dim. II iiHJivifo's Mann 1 .Milliner's Uu'.de. POPULAR HAND-BOOKS. Dims H iok of Ftlqnette. Hi-na Hook of-Vrses. - Dims L'ttjr Yi'it!V. . Dim? Ho-.ik of Dreams. DIM IS 1IAND-B001W OF GAM lis. Hook of Croquet. IH ise B ill Player for IStiil Chess Instructor. (luido to Siviunt i ig. Cricket and Football. Cur)ing and Skating. DIMU BIO IRAPIIIKS. 1 O.iribabli. 2 D.iniel II lone. II Kit (!aron 4 Anthony Wayna.j 5 Dv'id Crockett, tl Win Hi. -id Scott. 7 Pontine. 8 John C. From int. j 9 John Paul Jones. I I M irqnis do Lafayette it I Tecumieb. !U tlm U. U. MeClullan. V 'Parson lJrownlow. tl t Ahraliaiu Lincoln, l 5 Ulysses S. Urant. (Men of the Time, 1,23. MISCHLLAXKOU.S DIMK BOOKS. Year Book i Almin.ic,7if U.iok of Fun, Nos. I, 2 (i.-.int'a Report. end 3. Slieriiiin's Report. :R ibinson Crujo, Illnst'd Ainjricau H.ittl.'s. No. l.JNV.v ffiuse that Jack U'lt DIM 13 NOVELS. " They are, without exception, so tur as wo onn judge, unexoeptionably moral. ' They tin not even obscurely pan-ler to vice, or excite the passions." -VjWA Ahwu-uh iieei.tr. Embracing only "the best works' 'nf 'the' b.gt authors ,'' vi ; Mrs. Ann S. HtephciiB, Edward s. Kills, A.-J. 11. Dugnnn, .Inliu Aeal, Mr. Victor. Henry .1. Thomas, N. O. Iron, Mrs. Dennis m, Mrs.' Ann E. Porter, John S. Warner, Roger Stavbiick. Edward Willctt, etc., otc. A brilliant list of writers, whose very tonnes are guarantees of excellence, puritv au I itm-.-mafioiof interest. '; l-$fo M-tf c-At'owil , l,We iftWrt. iri'ft 'oii.v of tUc nawrom tci-iV ull tit a timittir i''ce lii'der clearly, BiiADLE'h Dime Novels, if you would have these only. The catalogue now contains : 1 Matanska. ' 2 Tlie Privat'rs Cruise. 3 Mvra, Child of Ad'ptn 4 Alice Wilde. 5'J Kent.the Ranger. M) Jo Daviess' ('lieiit 'il Laughing Eyes. 62 The Unknown. & The Golden Belt 3 The lnifina' Princess. fl Ohio, tho Cave-Chili'. IU Rangers of Mohawk 7 The Reefer of '70.. 5 Tho Wrecker's Prize. 8 Seth Jones. The Hunter's Vow. 9 The Slavo Sculptor. 117 Indian Jim. U) The Hackwoods Bride tW The Bi-ignutiiie. 11 Prsn'rof LaVintressoi au IllacU Hollow. 12 Hill Uiddon, Trapper. 13 Cedar Swamp. U The Kmor'ld Nockl';e 16 The Frontier Angel. Ill Cnclu Ezekiel, . 17 Mailgo Wyldo. " ' lS-Sat Tridd.' 7tl Tho Indian (Jueon, it The Loat Trail.. 72 Thu Moose .Hunter, 73 The ieUver lliiirle. 7i Cruiser of Chesnpu'ks T K nr... .. ft 1.' io i uu iiuuier a i-.seuitv :7 ThrSconfJ Pita. 10 Massnsoit'a Daughter 77 tiuindam ifl Fliiridii'. tboIroeiWiBlfS Tli Rival Sdotita 21 St-bif Ctntlff. ' '' yt Kdrnvlklrt Rangers?1 22 The Maid of EsoppsJSO Eagle Eve. . 21 WmifrOd AYirithrop.!Ht' the Two Ifuirters. 21 The Trail Unntei-s. (82 .TIki Mvotiu Ciiiiou. 24 The Poen Vrhico." "W;t The fTn'ldeii' Harpoon. 20 llrethreuot.tbtt Coast. iOA 1 lie Seminole vh'et il Danirhrrcof LiUertv.- S. The Pnuitivos. 2S King liarmiby. Sd Red PlnniOi 211 The Forest Spy. 30 Put. Pom'i-et's NVnl 31 Tho Double Hero, , . 32 lroua. : tW Ou the Deep. 88 Captain. Molly. Sl Star. Eyes. '.10 Cast Awav. Ul The Lost Cache. 31 Maum Oniiiaa,20cts. 34 .Itiith Margerie. iU2 Tho Twin Scouts. aj r.Hsi una esi, . i 3 The Creole Sisters. 3d Rillemenof tho Miami i4 The Msd nkipper, 3f Uodhold, tho Spy. tea-ttph I'ofsrs. ill till VVI'OUg fllilll. 3V The Land-Olaiin. 40 Unionist's Daug'r 20c 41 The Hunter's Cabiu. ii Tho King's Man. 44 iTbe 'Aliens. ; 44 'Agrtes FalklnnJ. ' 1 '.Hi Little MiicCathV 117 Tho Doomed Hunter. US Ruth Uarland. , P9 Ovorbon rd. 11)0 Karaibo. Kit Maid of Wyoming 103 Hearts Forever. - 4.i Ksther, UU Pig Fool, the Guide 4rt Wrack Cfflfp Athioii.iHl Guilt'v or not Cuiltv . . m- - .1 . I I' -I i A-. i . . ji . " Si 1 nil lillllioio s v (large u.i m.ui 111 Vil'eetl. 44 Ooiioinoo, tlie II. iron Did Simnle Phil. 49 The Hold I to liters. 50 Tho BUck Ship. 51 The To Guards, 51 Single Eve. l 107 The Peddler Spy. IDS Tho Lost Ship. 1100 kidnapped. (110 Tho Hidden Home; 111 I Tl.o Shawno s' Foe. 5:1 Hates and Lnvav 5t Mvrtle. Child ol Pr'leil 12 Tha Faleon Uovor. 5j Oil' and On. . jlU Rattl.-pale. 54 Ahin-.i'a Plot. , 1U Ned Surliug, 57 Thu Scout. .. 115 ThoSousof Liberty. 53 The Mad Hunter." lit Port at Lt. DIM ri LIHHAUY! 1 White Faee I Pacer The Loyalist. ' ; Tlio Country Cousin. The Messenger. 3 Hlaeksuiitti of Antwerp i The MaidJii Martyr, " DIM li Tig XION (OCTAVO). 1 The Marked Nutlet.- Mimiinr Jo. i 4Ni Outlaw lirolhers.7 iinttliob Uottsoock. 3 Th Willing Captive, fl Prairie Chick. - 4 Th lKr If uniei-a. 9 Roving Boa. ' i The Daootah Quu. I . - . t ' i- 4 DIMH'SOSTl BOOKS. i Soiig Rooks, Kos". 1 to 13. I Vocket Songsters, 1 to UEADLK'S DIME PUBLICATIONa aro sold hv all Nawndualors. or ai sent hi.i by Moil. Sioolu Oooies. ten couts. ''wdv Oopia Jot Of lound Volumes of Song Books. Tho constant call' for thaao pnpular book, ill o illocted and bound shape, ha induced th pub lisher to prepare : Boa tie's Di ne Song Cooks Koa. X, 3, 3, 4, S, 6, 7, U, iu ono voluiu, inusliu biudiug, price Ouo lleadh '.r'l)im1 Song Book Nos. 10. 11, 13 13, It, 15,16,17, 18, in ouo volume, muslin binding, price. One DolUr. -BeAdle' Dime PooUt Songsters, lnt. 1,1.3, one volume, muslin biudmg, price Thirty teut. 814 by all Kswadoalora or soul Pettpaui recsipt of pric. UlUDLKitCO.. 41d No. IU William-Ureet, Nw Tork. MISCELLANEOUS. Pioneers of the mauwee valley rpHE Scml-Annnal Meeting of the MaantM JL Valley rioneer Aisociatlon will be held at . - ' Ferrysburjr, Frldaj, February S2, 67, J Th exercises will commence at 11J o'clock A. M., at tha Court-house. Addrvgsoa will be de livered by Hon. T. W. roWEtt., of Delaware W. V. WAV. T:q.of rrt-ysburg, al,dtheiy The anbject flf Mr. Way"a"addreswi!l be an ac count of th first aeaaioa of th Uvur T Voauaao-. I'leas of Lucas County, or the " Border War" of lWS.t ... . V , . , . .. f . fv A,drfdial layilatlon Is extruded to that bid ot.. tiers of the "laumeo Valley and the publl gencr-1'-ally to attend. DINNER will bo provided at Norton's Etchange for the member of th Association, affef the'-coa- ' ' elusion of tho-exercisss at the Conrt-bonict 1 ' v Twentv-five years' residence and tho payment of One Dollar will entitle a person to become a member of th Association. It is hoped there will be a general turn-out of the old settlers. " .'. - II. BENNETT, geeretnrv. ' ' Febrnary 1, 1807. - 0d -"J 'The Pen is Mightier than the Sword.' The 'tioiiX " Ben. -'Best 1 and i-Olieapost of Pens. MOllTO-NISGOLDPES' THE BEST 1fES IN THE WORLD. " - For salo at No. 2U Maiden-Lano, New . . Ycrk) '' anil by erehy duly-nppoiuted ' . Agent at tho same prices. " "' ' ' Morton makes no; Pons statnpetl with tho Name pr Tntdo-niaik of any other; therefore; "where an Agoney is established the public will bo best suited, and at tho . same prices, by calling on tho Agent '; iu -, all otlier .places thoso wishing theiMor , tort". Pen, must scad -to Headquarters, 'SN'horo their orders will receive prompt , attention,-if accompanied with tho cash. . Who Makes the Best and.'' Cheapest :, , Mokton's O u.n PKNS.-T-Mr. Morton, who is an i Old frionl of-Tbibun roaders, makes bis- trp- poarance again this -m trniilg ln our advertising ' -columns. ' Our opinion of his pan has been too , often expressed to bo doubtful, but w take a : . plenBiir in laying olico more that w know of no .. , gold pens, in tlie worlil canal to. (lioso minufac tnred by My.. Morton." We havo used them for more years" than we care to remember, and wo have" sent mimv thonsan.lj of them tor friends who - were extending ortr clrchlatiou. Yhor nevct was but nun testim my abutit them. ' T'hoV '"write" with uneipialed easo and rapidity, With almost, or, if you chouse ,svith unite the elasuouy oi a quiiu anil, their" tlnrnbtHty is as rem.ttkable -as tho nlcotr'--' of tlieir wnrkmanxhip. There is a reason for this perfection. Mrt -Morton's pens are iiiado'Try raa Chinery of h'g own invention, of the most costly and delicate Construction, wliieh enable hinl to mike pens at once belh.r and cheaper than can -be fab-. ric ale I by hand. Thuy have iipor!ded steel pena' with all wno study excellence and economy,, and -irt the satin way are rapidly superseding other gold pen. . Mr. Morton now selU by.ngeuts, as well as ntiiis own store, no. z .Manicnian,jiiHl his advoi-Maoment gives, in an interesting, war, i nil needful information to purchasers. -NC ' 1 . Ti ibimi, Jumiurt 4, 1307. . , ' ! a U MORtOX'S FIRST QUALITY. . ... . (W AKBANTFJl.) t These Pel s ire 16 carats fine, and iirepo'nte l with the very lust Irio.losin Points, cnrcfully selected. an-l none of this quality is Sold with th" slightest iinnerlectiou which skill and tlio closes.-scratnir . can detect. - . Every Pen is stamped "A. Morton, First Qual ity, und numbered, i. Tlie Points are warranted for six months, except . against accident. The Cases are made of Coin Silver, and for '' tliisipvlity are extra heavy and strong. -l'KICKS OP PUNS ! 'ANir tf.SS tS SII.VKK BXTRMSION - CASKS WITH- PKSCILS. N.i 1 Pen.,:...l M....wlth I'tncll-Cas.. .. ? 00 No. 2 Pen...... 1 50,, ..with pncil-caflc 2 &(k, t No. .1 Pen 'I 00 ...with Mneli-cine. ... S no. ; No 1 Pen 'J 9.7.. 1. with pencil-case (t 7.V ' No. 6 Pen -. .-. . with poncil-esso...... 4 f Nu 6 Pea...... 8 60. ...with nencil-case 6 "i.' The Numbers- indicate sixii only. No. 1 being tho smallest, aud No, II) the largest. rBtcKs ok fens wirn gii.vKR-worNTRD besk- - HOLDERS. No. 4 Pen.. .'...S3 23. ...... .with bolder 75 No. S I'eiu.... t I.).... ....with holdor. .'....( No l'eu...jj,. U " with holder 4UO No. 7 l'n..'r.. 4 ll..i"...;vtlth ollrr. 16 Q No. tl l'e o o wltli nulder I no No II fan .v.. rt.W-i..,.;.wilhoMet.!..,al No llll'en Tno with holder U OU No. 7, tt, V, and 11) m Morocco Boxes ,t . .. i MOR'TfjX'S SECOND QUALITY. , , '- A ' (WARRANT-CO.) - These ato 14 curats tine, nniLace anpoiinr tany ilorton Pens made previous-hi tlie year-lSRUJ i Kvjory Vk is. stamped " A ilgrtou, Second Qual ity," nnd numbered, . .. : i t . The Points are warranted for six m0.pths,'cxcjeptj j against accident. ' : ... The Cases are made of Coin Silver, but are notj, so heavy as thoso of tlie First Quality, 1 ' ratCEs oi' tbns; and pexs im silver kxtknsio.s , CASES WITH PENCILS. No 8 Pen .$1 W.i..,-wlth ptnat:-cao.....$2 50 No 4 l'u. ...... 50..,, with.pttocit-cuBe..,. BOO No. ,M'n...... i'li .with pencilcaa.. 8"f I No 0 l'oni..f ,. si !..... ,wilh paucil ciise., ., . .4. W) , : HO RTON'S ThTrD QUALITY. 'f;, ( WAllHANTKU.l . Theso Pens are 12 curat-i fiao, and although cheaper, are at least equal to any gold pens made . '. elsewhere, as reaidi durability, elaaticity and good writing qualities. .-.-. i . - E very Hvu itt ataiyujad A Morton, Third tQUfilj f ity," and numbered , "Tho Points are warranted fbr six months, except f- against accident, . . ,-.....' i no uasos are in me-or Uoin mtver, oinnre noi so heavy aa thoe of the Ifltttr Qulity, ;: . : i i T . l'KU'B Of rK?iNU SENS IS SlLVBll EKrBNHK!t f ... .tlASKB m'U I'EXC'ILa. -- i No.1t Pen .$1 'li'.nhh pencil-case.,!.. $'2 00 ... N i. 4 I'an .. . '." t $.1.. "..with lumcU-eas....: S SO No. 5 I'en. tio. ... .'with pencfl-cas...!. any No. 6 Pen.. ,J.. ii. ... .-.with ptnoll-o.... Ttt' ' .... ' , -,. .V .: ..I I, 7 a MORTON'S CHEAP GOLD PEN. .t rUror w-AaHAwwii.)': 4n . ,'i Tbesa Peps ar 10 caiata Hue, and. are. Ilettcr Writing,1 and uihrB Diir'ablo Pens thmi can, with out operating Morton's Patented- Machinery, tu produced for lha prices, cveu Wei's tlie gold fur nished gratuitously. i t PRICES OK PKN'Si ANO TENS IN SH.VEa-'K.ATitD JLX;' TENSION CASKS WITH PENCILS. " ' Magic Pon Ati.,.wlth pencil cai...$t 00) I.ueltj IV'i..' 7-r.,.with peircif-case..1. 1 A ..U-ija Kearly l'en..$l 00.. wtth iMtncil-caie .. 1 60- ' Klej( nil Pen l...wlth pencil-, sue ... 200. -' KxceUior Pen,.... tjtt.iwitiipenU.aMe... 8 S5 Thono' aro Well-Finifhol, Good-Writing Gold"" Pens, with Iridosmiu Points, the average wear of . every one of vrlnoli will far onl Inst a grows of the beat Steel Pens, mlthomjh ihef fin wticarruitttil, wtd larre-; fort uottxthiuiyraU.. They are not numbered, but . -coi-i-espond in sue to Nos. 2, 3, 4,5, nd 6 respec- lively, . - To" Ci.t'4. A diseount of 10 per ccn. will be al- , lowed on sums ofI2;of 15 pur wn'-on i'iif and of 20 per cent ou f tO i y rut lo on mUna it tmi timtt ' ;" ', " ' '.' J "; The risk is taken of 11 rcmittaitces by mail in registered letters, nnd the ato -dclivory of tha i good gnarranleel to all who send, (wculy cent (cb.irg for registering) in addition to tbe price of the goods ordered. On receipt of tho money, tho anbscribor will' send by return mail, or otherwise, us direoted, a Gold Pen or Poin-ariectmy th unu aecontiH.j to uWruliun. Addcesd, ' , . . A JIOBTO V, ;-.SO. 4lAiPEN-iLANIi,NEW,YO(.. 4 8, In oa , RK8 8 VATEli ia,BoO ACTIVE LO- tlAL.urf t'nnlin Aaanla, aUU o 4neil, t U.M.i, rtHutad t iiioii rK IB -avw.v Lily,, f. r..wi. v llainlsi. WarkaboD sad Kctorv( thra put h olir 4vori). fuvtha most leal-l wovsltle var Wnown. M r nt, t'(Ut and KBA liV 8AI.B WMEKfVKHtiPI'BRrb ! t" btuart'mn and women can rn.ka fvat 65 to AU pur tliiy, juid aao risk of !" I A tmHll capital required of from to -tir elMiaiar aiNiay iuvsstud tk rrier lb pr At- No Monbv aaciaa im auvanck w naav aso-rAviQ4.UAB aacniva rv n iiiwmii i, 4 r you aoiually wUh la uial.e iinitr rapidly ana ellj write for full puUtcuUr and addrua . TIII,U9l dc CO. Ifrom r.ria ' 8 f(l HIIO ADWAV. Sew York City 4Ui lNowviiar tupylng libarally deal! with. BOOTS aud SHOES th finest and best aa aorttuenl evr brought to this market, and pik-t a that caa not fait to anil. HOUSTOSS. . '. 1 IANTERNS A tip-top, new atyle, coal-oil J Ulaaa LanteruVlarg aseorloiem ; Inst Ihe ar- , Uoio tor family us, UUuSlUiS, , r TUTLEUY aud HARDWARE nf all kind, at ' I HOUSTON'S. IN McM ARAN'S Show-window can b en th . different stylo of Patu're Frnirs that b aiantly baa oa hand.