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I'KJIItVNdl OHIO.
TBIins l per Vctr, In Advancf,
OHIO STATE FAIR.
W are in reoMpt of the rrcmiiitn nml
nn1tion for the 18tli Annual F of the
Oliio rjtto) Hoard of Agriculture. The Fair
rill be liulil at Dnyton on tU 2.1l. 2tlh,
2.th, Itflth and 27th tiny of September
rr)rtirifl:ion open to the woil l, The ditT-r-nt
ilepartmoiitavvill be classified on follows:
let, Live Slock j 2il, Machinery, Imph
tnenlR, ctOi 3d, Mechanic' unci M utiifnc
drtrs' Frndnctn 4th, Domoitio Manufiu
fluent and Form Products j filh, Horlicul
lural TroduoU j 6th, Fino Arts, etc. l)iniiik
the Fair there (leptulmciilri will he under
the general c'linrjje of the following mem
bers of the Board t 1Ioi n N. J. TruxKV
Cattle T. C. JoNits i Sherp, l!ofr and Poiil
try J.- Fut.t.txtiTos j -Machinery, Impfc
tnetite.ff tp,i 11., R. Doxxkj.i.t i Mechanics
nnd itRhtifftotiliTR J, 1. Ai.kxandkii; Farm
Products V. B. M'uCi.umi ; Fruit nml
Flowers J. W. IloRgj Fi-ie ArtH W. F.
The Toledo Postmaster.
A number of the copper tvi I double,
fired pnprre havo exnltt'd over the appoint
ment i'f Mr. 'Alexander Kcod, FutttuiHHtor
f Tolod", an a political defeat ol Mr. Anil-
Iy, ami there lore an tlrciHivo of the ini-
liciichmmit onne, wo will remark that an
All". AHhlpy doee not pretend nor try- to
control Mr, Johnaon'H noniinutioim, lieiiiR
not of that xiipple kind who can koep the
way to the White limine open while pro
feaiting to act with (he Union party, (he
iminiimlinn nf any mini cmilil lint hnvo been
apolitical defeat of Mr, Aahloy'd. And in
HHiuuoh ai Mr. II. v.ili). I lor Mr. Atlile.v'e
election, it ie Oinieult tt aoo how Mr. H'h
cnnliruMtion could ho a politicul di'feut of
Mr. Aaliley. We thereloro conclude that
tho iltipriiclimetit caae ia not alluded by the
Telmlo I'liHtimisteiahip.
Since the tmbject Ih up, we will mention
that -Mr. It received the liouiinaliou nnex
pectedty, end without any Holicilution,
eitner hy liimaclf or his politicnl or poinuii
kl friciidH. It waa the reenlt of the necea
ity of fume Johnaon poliiiuimiH, who anp
posed that of oouraa ho would pina the
Pjnato. The HiMiatn cnnUrined him be
io.iitae ho was a capable ollkernud a reliable
ltepublican,
Ai to M. Anhley'd atan ling in hia clia
trict, hnvint? hd four cleolinii", he hna
already aectire I the lioivra to reliro on.
Hut when he ahull havo a anccesHor, it will
be aoiiio Alio of an punitive and radical char
acter, a he. . No mini of any other deacrip.
tioa will Imve tlm showt of a ch'inco in that
lutriv(.fc Cincinnati Gatt Ih:
W-ithiu
Interesting to Soldiers.
Onto Mimtahy Aornov,
. WAaiitsuTo, 1). C, April Ti, lti7.
Ji rt Pmt ami I'tnile of Ohio I
Aa tlir.ro app(ira to bo much nilaapprplienalun
auimi)rst citiiena of Olilu who linvo eliiiim now
penJinjr afruinnt tlm Ovncriil Ourernineiit, that the
bov Ajreiicy lina boen abelialii'tl, tlia umleraixni'd
would rosjiectrully atnto that tho Imr Htaacd by
the Lifgiitiature, nlmlisliiiiR (ha Stula Anencica,
permits chilnn to h ncivd tin In Juno 1st, And
the aaU Agency to oonllnuj till the Brat nf
Octnbur next. In tin) nicaiilima crory ell'ut will be
niailo to proacctitii tn a Biu-rt'n.il'ul Uruiiiinltnii nil
elumi.1 taut uhvo liei'ii, or inn v herenricr bo en
trusted lo . ; JAMKS 0. AVKTHOUE,
, Ohio Sato Military Agent.
It
StATM ok Onto Himtarv Ahkncv, i
( WAauiNOTOS, April 23, IS89. j
1t fl' ir$ nf Peohifnt Sulitit'rt I
The ondcralittivd woulit roaocclfullv statu that a
Jeint reaubitinn nf OnitKivaa in regard to ratlmia of
Uiiimi auliliera ttuUt na nriaonura of war, allowa
euiiiumtatiiia ot ralmiia at unat nricca in tlio nettle
mailt uf aocminta of all enlisted men of tho annv,
nary, and tuarino eurpa who died while hold pri'a-
miera ui war in mm i-iiuol Mums, or who, Having
lieen a hold aa irioiioi- f war. havo died or mar
ilia Bubaeqiiont to ralvaae; to ba pnld hnwerar,
onlr to the widew ol'auoli doouaaeJ person, II' audi
widow roniain uiimurriod t or in Cimo llieta bo no
inch widow, then to th aurviving clulilivn of Ilia
liceaud ; or, if thora be no aueli w idow or ehil
dran. or parent, or parents, of tho deteaaed or, If
ther ba no auuli widow, children, parent or n
renin, than tu thu bnitlioi a and aiatera of the de
eeaaad. .
Rauiiired forma, with instructions, will he fur
nished, Had euch chiitm eolloeted by apnh iiigto
it
I . JAMES V. WRTMOUk;
. Ohio State .Military Agent.-
Ohio Publishers' Convention.
t'urauaat to call, a number of the newspaper
Rditore and I'ublUhrrs of Ohio nu't at the ulhco of
the Secretary of State, in Columbus, ou Thm-aday,
April 18th, ami organiaed by appointing Dr. W'u.
'I'rkvitt, of Oolunibus, Chairman, aud J.L.lioAan
man, of UilUboru', Socreiaiy.
After a free interchange oi' opinions and discus
aion nf various matters of Interest to the fraternity.
It was resolved, that aa but a coaipnratively aunili
number nf Publishers wore In attendance, it was
toexnedienl to form a Hill of Prices, or Uko any
detlmts uctinn ou tho subjects before the t'onvm
lion. '
A motion prorailed, that when (lie Convention
adjnuraod it would bo to inert again at Cilumbua,
nil Thursday, Juuo i'Otli, the day after the b'uion
Stala Cmreuion.
Th Secrt ry waa biatructe.l to issue a call to
the Newspaper Publishers of the Stale, to meet at
the above time an t place, to ooni ler the follow,
ing subjects, and anr others (hat may ho prcaentcd,
and take ancU action thereon aa may bo deemed
expedient I
The txwtt means of obtaining a reduction of the
prices of Printing Paper.
The repeal of the tax on Printing Paper.
Advance Payments of Subscriptions.
The rigid of the Proaa of vacli county to tho
Triming of the county.
I'ncea nf Advertiaina- and Job Work .
The establishment of an Ohio Publishers' Ad
vertising Agency in New York City.
The thanks n the Convention w ere unsmmously
oudered to lion. Win, II. Smith, Secretary ii
State, fir the use of his ollice, aud also lo Mr, V.
W. lleach, of the Shile J ,Hr it Mr court jiea vx
vndet. The Tabli'sliera nf the State were requested to
publish these proceedings. The Convention Iheu
of
of
Un
tu
of
nt
WM. TREVITT, President.
J. L. BOARDMAN, Secretary.
LITERARY NOTICES.
Base Psill.-r- ""
Beadle! Oiino Daae-Uall Player eomprisee the
Proceedings of the leiiih annual Hase-ball Conven
tion, together with the Kotos adopted, Holes for
the formation of Clubs &e. Ao. Edited by Henry
Chadwick. Published by Hradle A Co., IIS Wil
liam Street, New York. 'Price ou Dime,
The rcrv,-Tkia
pnblieithm incren.-i in Interest to the
little one. It Is eomething that eau be earnestly
and sincerely recommended. We have certaiuly
tlever seen any thing ao well adapted to children,
ana iai isiue lesumony oi sit wno nv seen II.
Terms, tl Ml a rear, or Ave ooniea for ti. Ad
dress John l. SUurey, 1J Washington-it., lloatua.
of
Th aueeUe Heollrr -
S
v Th. Way Lumber contains two beautiful eo
gravinga, eatitled Ooldea MomenU, and Our
Father which art in lervn. The liteiarr con.
tents comprise the usu U brilliaut variety id' Ilia
Valuable and Instructive.
Tonus One copy, one vcar, $J 50. Published
mouth. v at Cincinnati and New .York. liuiUr
of the MetbodiatChureh arc authorised ajr.-ntj.aiol
pay can oe in sue loitmm, ir not eonvcnieul to re
mil. Address !' A UitcUcoek, Cinciuuati.
UaavAU-a niKthly. .
The May oaiauer hi ait lllasb-atel siiiclo on
" The Creaeeot City," gteiiig a rvailabla dvacrip
tioa of society and m tuner In New-Oeleana, a pa
per oo "Ancient em jiiktu tmuaiining,' a
sketch of lixold-fashloued Yankee quilliug-pa rtlea,
apple-beea, and aawing-cirelea, by John Keal,
remiulacencoa of Rufus W. Oi lawol l, and Elisa
beth lio,'rt, by Mrs. K.Oakea Soii'.h, an essay on
Conversation," and the usual proportion ol'
torieSr notirea, and gwaip.
. Tonoa :iule copies,! per year; iu Jluba of
Ave, aud oue esira oopv, alii in clubs of teu and
em extra c-py, Sli. linoLi A C o , Pubhahers,
li'ser folk.
1
Tlie l.ntly'a Frlritrt.
' The Recognition," a pr-Hy mi I plcs'tt Sled
Kniirnvinir, lends till the Mar numi r. 1 hen we
have lbs iimiI elegant Steel lasliinu Plato, ld
lowcdl.ya T. ll. t lnr t!,a Opera, a H,ill-Ii,
Toon bidy' Ilium r or Kveiiluff livif, Kuli
Innahle Hcr-ve, Catalina Hound, l.itth- Hoy's Pun
(alnons. Oirl's .lackel, Ae. Ac. Tim Music for this
month Is, " Isn't it I'riivokinir ? " Amotii the hi
erai y contents are llio ennluiuatli-iM of "limy A
Woman Had I!t- Wr," "Orvilla College" anl
' Nil l,niiier Young all flrst-rato ntot-it-'n t a-id
" Kir.. aud Hint," by M. C. I'., "Skeleton Leaves,
or Plinnt.im 11mui)ik," a now Pnem hy 1-lort-iK-e
Price (with engraving) 1 f0 aveari Pour
topics (with one rngntring) (1 00 ; liight Copies
with extra mnftsxlun ami an engraving U (Ml.
Address Deacon A Peterson, .119 Walnut-street
Philadelphia.
i -i t, r.nii.ii in in , a c
"Got the Blues."
How often do we hear this complaint mu le.
1 ho reft son generally ascribed Is Unit soinillnng
baa gone wrong, hut If yon n ill iueslioii the pa
tient in regard lo henllh, luiblla.cVe., ymi lll very
often And I lott Indigestion la the prime eniiso the
hilimney of the btniii and st londi is very close
and nothing so sours Ilia feeling and disposition aa
(lyaprpaie. It la a sitigulur fuel (lint moat euiclilis
are donepllca. If our nonrisliineut is properly
digested die lirnhi Is free and un ppiessed, nnii
will solve our trouble, pointing out sunshine
ahead, slid Inclining us lo look oo llm hrUrl.t
of life thus Is It our duly to guard neainst this
monster Indigestion- and wo know ol ii iil.iior .,,
Iiotcnt to assiit digcsllon ns Cue's Dyspepsia Cure
It lis cured aoinu very bad rase of iti suensia m
oven ten or lilleen years standing.
NE W ATJ VERTISEMENTS.
IrlNDOW-SIIADHS.-Just received nn In
IT voiciol tVindow-Shades- a ch.dco nrticlu.
rfiisi uie iinng for summur, and far superior lo oi-
l" "ioios. iniuiro iii .no iiaii.. n
roil SAlLli. '
'PUB following ilesciihad premises, silunlo in
I Henry Township, Wood County. Ohio!
The south of Hie southwest of act-lion 22,
...niisinp o, ,i, iv. ni r,nu ncrcsi nil ell tini-
Ul'l C'l.
J fif" For particular, apply to
JACOII MCllNECKKNIiKllOEft.
ltn Caro or Ptm.ier Emkih, Tillln, Ohio.
si"jrfN(TjT7"scm
N OW Is the lime for farmer lo order tvlmt .Ma
chines Ihcy want, mid tho
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
Is tho plum where yon will find the largest aa.irt
incut uf
AgpiciiUural .ImplomoiilB
III tho county, among which are llio following
FIRST-CLASS MACHINES :
KXCr.LSlOIt MOWKU& KKAl'HIJ.
With Culler in front and nn I ight side : the dri
ver sealed ns though ri ling in a sulkv: I lis tesol.
vuuur, uir, uroppir, reel r.irrinsf nil I all ol stai;!us
range or his eve without turning his head;
his work all la-fore him. The number of tcrrihlu
accident recorded each season winns us of tho
wisdom of having the in-nr horse on tho opposite
side from the Keel and Cutter. No const lur.ttioii
should weigh againsl tho salety of youraelf or boy
while operating.
Buekcyo Improved Mower nnd Uenper.
A tiptop machine, with Ilmiil-ritko or Platform
attachment, with easy aide delivery, for harvest
ing barley, onls nnd (lax, and dropping attachment,
either of which can bu attached or detached iu ten
minute.
THE nrCKKYH cultivatoh
1 1. is taken more premium than nnv other Coin
Plow inulu. Improved for IH7. If you want a
Coru Plow only, ask any one who 'luis used u
fliiekeye, of its superior merits.
Wanwr'H Kevolvin.ir Sulky Uulco
Is simple In coimlruction, not fiuhle lo get out of
order, and dnrnble. A hoy can manage it withuut
the least ilillieulty. H took thu fhtd pic-uiium at
the Stale fair in IStltl. V
fOWI.Kll et WICK'S
luiy UathoTor it ml Stnekcr,
. ; lldrso liny Fork nnd llako.
No Farmer should he withuut thorn.
Kusscll& Oo.'h Ik-ltoJ nnd Thiee-hitclicd
rirst ntid Host ScpnnitorA.
Cook's t'olobrntod J'!vnioriitorM,
20,000 in use, all warranted and none returned
la llio most rapid boiler known ami the most
thorough defecator. It has taken lirat premiums
v iu oni iu i una,
Tho Victor Ctino Mill.
Tho testimony of (hnusnnd of operator prove
to oe an wo nave claimed it-tho Victor Mill.
l-r i navo too exclusive right to sell in
Wood County nil the abovii llrst-elass Mnol.t ics.
and havo piiuiphlotmlcscriptivo of each, free to nil,
Eureka Cutting llnx-a universal favorite.
Wood Milla biina, Norwalk nnd Kelipse, '
Corn-Shellers-Star and llurraU's Iron. "
IJuikeyo Cider Mill; lluekeye drain Drill.
Revolving Hav-rakes: Horse llav-Coik.
farm Hells, Shovel Plnwa, Cultivators.
linn-beam, (;ast and Stei-I Plowj.
Wheel-barrows mi I lioad-seraper.
Corn planter and Washing-machines.
Wull-pump and Water-drawer, Churns, Reds,
Whet Is, Ac. Repair for nil machines.
You will also find tit the Agricultural Ware
house the largest stock of
tho county, together with a huge stock of Cabl-
Turning and Itroom-liandles.
Bj?.'" 'Pl highest market price paid for Klax
Seed. tliHid I'lux-aeed to loan to Iho farmer.
WILLIAM CROOK.
Porryabnrg, May 1, 1807. 4I
tljjUIUf it F'.s nii.i:
Tester & Frcyeusio,
va.
.Icronie Soonr ot nl,
Wood Conimou Pleas.
Hy virtue of an order of sale issued in tho nbovn
eause by the Clerk of the Court of Common Plena,
v nod County, Ohio, and to ma directed and de
livered, I will offer for sale at public vendue, at
door ol the Court lliuse, iu I'urryaburg, Wood
County, Ohio, on
MONDAY, June S, ISuT,
lletween tho hours of 1 and 2 o'clock P. M,, of said
day, the following describe:! real estate, to-wit t
Couinieneing at Hie quarter-post of the east line
section U'teen ( U), iu town live north, in 14.
(10) east) thence west eighty (St!) rods; thence
north to the south line of the land deeded to John
Sponrat thence cast eighty (fll)rodsj thence south
the place of beginning, containing thirty acre?
luiid more or less, iu Wood County, Ohio".
CI1AKI.KS W. KVUKS. Shetiir.
F. A I). K. IlinvLKNiiKi'K, Ad'va for Plaintiff.
Perrvsboig, May 2, 1S07, ' K7 2,
tli:illKt'V SAI.I
William Slewarl, i
vs. ,
In Wood Common Pleas.
John Wise,
U.y virtue nf an oaJ-r of sale issued in the aliova
cause by Die Clerk of the Court of Comnmu Pleas,
Wno.! County, (Ihin, and lo mo direeied an I de
livered, I will oll'-r for sale at public vendue, at
door of the Court house, in llio town of Perrvs
burg, and coiiiuv aforesaid, on
MONDAY, Juno ;!, ISO',
ween the hoars of 2 and ;i o'clock P. M., of sai.l
the following described real estate, to-wit v
The nw 'i of the lie '4 of cc 'Jf.tp t, 11 K 12 e;
thee of these of tho aw ol scc?-',lp
It II t, containing lid acres ol land, all in tsid
County, Ohio.
CilAUl.l'.S W. KVKR.-s. SlwriQ-.
Jous A. Shjsmin, I'laiulitTs Attorney.
Porrysburg, May 1, IStll. . leH JO
IH.llllt4 SAI,F. "
Edwin Itec.l, I
v.. In W
Maria Phillips et al.
1'isi l Common Pleas.
Hy virtue of au order of sale issued in the above
Cause by thu t'lerk of tho Court of Common 1'lenf,
Wood Coiiiitv, Ohio, and to me diivcled and da
liecfed, I will off -r for sale at public v-n due t the
duor of the Conn House, in the town of Perry sburg,
Weed Count v, Ohio, on
. MONUW, June S. I ACT,
Retwevn tho hours of 10 and 1 1 o'clock A. M., of
li t day, the follow log described properly , to n il t
In loia Nos. 36 and 27, ill the town of Westlb ld,
Wood Counir, Ohio. Apnraised st S3, -'no.
CHAKI.KS W. KVKUS. Sheritr.
J. F. A 5. It. Pmk'k. Atl'y for Plintil-.
IVrrysburg, May .3, 1 f t 7 . lei Ti
Ell Boles, 1
v. III W
fl.s.rge W. Yount at al)
i'oo.l Couinion Pleas.
By viiino ol'kii or.l.-r of ssle issued iu the above
Mil." by tho Clerk of th Court nf Common Picas,
Wisid Comity. Olii.i. and to raj dirtmlad and dc.
lii ere I, I will oll'. r lor sale at public vendue ut thu (
d.ior of iho Court House, ii. the lo-vu of party aburg,
Wood Couutv, Chio, 011 ' 1
MONDAY, June S, lsr,T.
Hotween the hi inrs of 11 and ll! o'cIik k A. M,,'nf
Said day, the following dcribvd property to-wit :
The north half of lb weal part of tlie northwest
fractional quaner of seetiou SI , Ip t, not th of ttnt
1 vast, in aaid couutv, containing aerea of land
CHAKl.KS W. PVKKS. Sherill.
J. K. &. S. 11. Pnick, PlaiutiA'a Attoiuevs.
Perry. burg, May I, I.MiT. , .
IVTcMAIIAN lias just received a cniile
i'k suiim-tul of t.puluaiKu llouuty bUu
le a-
uk.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WDERWrnTtilS" AGENCY""'
AjfRifRatc Assflf $3,1C0,;C7 ?S.
STATKMHVTof (ho condition of (,H (JPIIMANIA
PIKE IN.Sl.hAMK t'OMPANV, ot (he pity el
New Yotk, on (he .list liny December, Iwifi, in
conformity w ith (he Inirs ol tho fMato nf Ohio,
Clipilill.
Cash cipllal and surplus. $740,182 4.1
AsntI.
t.'nitcd Stiiles Hecnrilie $l:iH,nu.S 7.',
I, nans on Iton l and .Murtgngn , 80. lieu lie
(.'ash in ll iuk sin! in lisn lsof Agents . ('i
bonus on Stocks, p.iyablo on dciinind.. f.J.llilO (10
Ileal Kftite . ftn.HOO oe
Oilier Secuiitice 6.,ai'0 O'l
l.luliilllle.
f,assc In process ol adjustment .....
Claim for Losses resisted by tho Co.
$' 3t..Ttr 73
. H,H20 (14
' , , $-111,238 H7
St.iTi:ii;nt of th condition of thn HANOVER
VIII H INSt'ltANCH COMPANY of the city of
.New link, on the .Tlitdayol D.-nember, 18.lt), in
coiifoituily with the laws of tho Statu of Ohio,
t'fipitiil.
Cnati rapital nn I surplus f.i31,3.1l il
Assets.
I'nilcd States Secniiiic $.151.27.5 00
bonne on 1 1 1 and Mortgige 811200 Oil
Cash in Iwnk nnd loin. Is ol Agent ... SI.O'.lS 00
bmiiiKou Stocks, pnyabluou deinand .. 1U.SU0 00
N. Y. Comity and I'viinossco llondi ... 20,0itr 61
All other securities !JJ,ltlO ill
$50l,:i:)l (t
. $2"i,:t:i ill
. S.U.'O 04
l.lnblllllce.
bosses In proc.'SH of adjustment ...
(.Maims for losi iciiatc I by tho Co.
$.H,2,'0 USi
Rtatimkvt nf the con lition of tin N I A ( A It A
PI II H 1 N SL' It A NC K COM PA N V ol the city ol New
York, on the Ills! d.iy of December, Irtittt,' in Con
rormity with tho laws of tlm State oi Ohio.
'lital.
Cash caiitnl and surplus $1,2.1,155 S)3
Assets,
t'niled Stale Seenrilie f.'i1l..'iH7 flO
bonus on liond and Morlgage. Vu:).7uil 00
('ash In Dank and hinilsof Agent .... 1 10,ilit.2.)
Loan ou slocks, payable on demand . . 2.i.',ii nil
Ileal Kslllte lUll.tlOO 00
Wisconsin lion. Is H.lilui till
Other sccttiiiles 48 002 25
$l,2J;l,lj5 1)9
litiihllitli-n.
Lossc In pniccss ol 'aditislmeiit 10.01)0 00
Claiiin for loss.- resist.-.l by the Co. 6.0011 00
unpaid Dividends HH.I 00
$l.i,Kstl 00
HTtTHMRVr of the con.lilion of (bn liHI'lMtt.Kt
FIIIK INSCHANCE t'OMPANV, or tlm city ol
New York, on tho Hist day ot December. IHilll. In
Conl'oriuity wil'i tho laws of thu Stale of Ohio.
I'll ll it ii I
Cash capital and surplus $.181,2:17 70
United Hlflten Secuiitics 2M.2IK 75
II. ink Slocks. ...i :i;i s.ln on
Loans on llnud and Moiiciuu 1:10 toil nn
Cash in Hank end innnls of Agents ... :m,0:i) h.'i
Loans on Slocks, t-avalile en dcin ioil . 1 1. Inn nn
Real bslate an I other seem itics (Ij.bUU 10
$dS4,7 7b'
. 3oO,:i",o si
.. ll.WO 04
I.ljihUKIcs.
Losses In process of ndiusinient
Claims for Losses resisted by thu Co.
?! 1,1)50 U.1
f'erlltlcato or Authority.
(Tu e.rpiro on tho Itlst day of January, IS 53.)
Ot't'tlJS ep TIIK AflllToll Of r-'TATIC, i
Inscbanck Dkpahtmkkt,
Coi.t-Mm'H, Ohio, January 31, IHII7.
WiiKtitiAH, The (icnuania. Mauovur. Niacma.
and Uepiililio Fire Insurance ('empanics, located
at New Yot k, iu (he Statu of New York, have each
Hied in this ollice a sworn t ileincnt nf its condi
tion, us reiiiired by the net "To regulate lnsiiiance
companies lint incorporated by the Wl ..iteof Ohio,"
passed April H, and amended February II,
IHOt i and the net " To regulate Foreign Insurance
Coinpinica," passed April 6, 1S KI; an I Wiikiikas.
each of saiil Companies ha furnished Hie umler
sigued satisfactory evidence that it is posesed of
nn actual Capihil ,,f at least (INK lU'NIi;F.i
AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLAIIS, invested
n required by said nets ; and, Wiikukan, viich of
Slid Companies has filed iu thU ollim- a uritlen in
strument under it corporate seal, signed by tho
President and Secretary Iheivof, nutlioiizing' any
agent or agents of said ' Company in this Slate (o
acknowledge service nf process, for and in behalf
of said Company according to the tonus of said net
of April H, IH.i(i i
Now, TilKitKK.um, in piirsuanen of the ncls
ilfnreaaid, I, JAMK.S II. (iODMAN, Auditor of
Stab- for Ohio, do hereby certify that the said (ler
mania, Hanover, Niagara and Itcpuhlie Fire Insu
rance Companies of New York are iuithnri7.ed to
transact the business of Fire nn I Marine Insurance
In this Slate until the Ihirlr-tirst day of January,
iu tho year one thousand eight hundred and sixty
eight. In Witskss WimiKiiK, 1 have hereunto subscribed
men. un, i and caused the seal of my of-
SitAL. tlee to ho alllxed the day and year above
written.
JAS. H. (! 01) MAN, .l,f,V,- ,S't(e.
J. A. SHANNON, Agent,
, I'erryshiiig, Ohio.
IOAI) NOTICK.-Notice Is herel.y given that
j a petition will bn presented to (lie Conimis
ai.mere of Wood County, ill llieir next regular ses
sion in Juno next, for tho loentii n of u county
road running from the oeuterof section thirty-two
32 Weston Township, on the west side of tho line,
north SO rods, to road running to saw-null on Hea
ver Creek, and .there terminate. Also, annulling
the road running through J. I). Wright nnd Kd
watd Davie' limn, and further, to the place uf bo-
gimiiug. JOSHUA D. WKKillT, i
KDWAKD DAVIS, . j 1 '"onera
April 22, lrt7
4 DMINISTUATOU'S NO TICK. Nolico is
V hereby given Hint the undersigned has been
duly appointed and qualified as Administrator on
tho estate of William Slyer, deceased. Into of
Wood County, Ohio. All persons interested will
govern themselvia accordingly.
Flii:i)i;itlCK TUiCKS. .
Porryabuig, April 2i, l.Stir. ' Id
; NEW LIVERY STABLE.
riMIK undersigned have recently opened a I.ivcrv
1 Stable in the ll.iiii! House Itarn, Perrvsliurg,
Ohio, w here first class Horses and Carriage w ill
be coustamly kept on hand for tho acoouium latino
of the public. (JiKid Sta iling can also bo procured
at reasonable rate, tiivc us n call .
C.1IAUI.KS & TKEMAIX.
IVrrysburg, April :(tl7. o'ie
X E W S 101 1 K ! N ! W (100 1 ) si
T. S. CARMAN
HAS opened a New Dry Hood Store, on Vront
Ktreet. two doura above Iho Postotlice. nnd
he iniilcstiie attention of the ciliiens of Perr.s- I
burg and vicinity to I. is ' ;
SUPERB STOCK OF GOODS
Embracing all desirable styles In Ladies' Dress
Hood and tlenll-iuen'a Wear, in (he ili-possl f
which hu is determined not to bu undermld.
cmocEiiiF.s,
Of all kinds w ill be constantly kept on hall I,
OAB.PJJTS.
A splen lid lino, comprising (ho largest variet;
aiid tu ist excellent jii ility ever brougld to litis
maiki-l.
3 jffho publis are cordially invited to call and
examine the-.' Hood for themselves, a I am con
ti.l -nl thev r.in be ani'ed b.-th in quality and price,
Perryshurg, Aiil U, 13;T. ' ,'il
Civil T'nyimor. iS; I")oiuty
County Surveyor,
IVcston, Wood County, Ohio.
band and Timber are geltiiig vatmble ; survey
while original points can be Ideiitilied. ,Mj
s i s i i v i x & ijiTowx, "
Atloriicy nd Co ii n m-I tors nt l.nw, ntid !
t.oili'i'Ml l.nuit Agt-i (a.
Laud bought and a dd j Vixca'paM r titles exam.'
ined, Ao. Extra bounty, bs-al bonuiv, back j
pay, pcnsiou, etc., promptly collected aud
p.u l over.
Office iu the C.iurt hoime, Perrvsl-urg,
Ohio. io.,
IOIt King's, Hall's and SeovilPa II iir Kettora- i
J live, call at IN St HO &l t 1.V kl INK 'S.
For Siilo tit ;i UurKuiu. I
S I am ah.-ul lo remove my Agricultural Store- j
.1 V Info iho lisird Hun .r. I lie oiler for -ale l !
a bargain, b bull. ling and lot ou Pnuil-Mreci,
uow iHCupivd as Uiy Agtieultural Waiv-r.ins.
WM. CKOOK.
rriyjburg, April t, Uflr, 0I
of
V.
I..
P.
I..
(
.itimx -j r.v j ,a-j"tTT9frtirr: :
HE LAST ilAT SgiSATlOMi
Ami Moniitcr (.'oniliiiKitiori of Zoological, ( Irnit iioloicnl nnd Krpjentrian
WONDiUS GjF ciiEA.rrioisr.
IICM.YI I'. Tliuri-;ay, .Ifny t I ltl:IONT .. .Friday, Maf 10
pintuVsnujKi - - - satujiday, iay 11, i07
johm Rosjrisorrs great cojviD.MATiorj
CIKCUS AND MENAGERIE!
Forming a (Iraml Sloe!; Ilnleri rise, ronsolidalin TKX SlfOYVS nf fits't-claae selection, in one
grand atli.iuce, pr ducing lln- mo.si jaupcielons display of Wealth, Talent aud
i'..-.perieiiee ever seen m tins coutitrv.
THE HAHHO:CU ZOOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT
1.1 compiled of t!io
'airins nnd ll-tr-r IjiIhs li or Alia, Virlr t :i'i;I Snnih . mi-r Ic.t,
Including Ornilbol ..gk-u avlecii-ma ol the mo.it beautiful specimen Of FOIIPION DIUDS, foiming (he
.MOST. EXTENSIVE COLLCOTION OF WILD. ANIMALS
IN TIIK (.'OLNXUY, SfPP03TED BY
The Largest Company of ' 'Equestrians in America!
KnmhcriiiK 130 MIIM mid 2,'iO KOItM N, itu IiKli nj,' I'll'l'V I'l l! I'OH 1H KS,
i-'ivsj JLAtx lxivtisriur.sxi:, "simmi popular t.'nw.s,
Knal.ling the manngeiiicnt to produce St irtllng Acls of Horsemanship 1 Durirp Rymnnstie K.tcrciscg
Spectiich's ef Oriental Ur.iiideurl with the most dazzling splendor I
B3-W OF
Vm',, )).. jnnx uouixsox.
- tip,-i-hilei)il ';.t . J' jami.XSOX.Jr.
Illinium M;n'lv H' IlOI'df.
SWrrl.n,, .'. lldlilSSO'X.
Ticimirer....... ,.,(. .V, HOIUXSOX.
ar:.TrjM:s oitiik ten snows.
1. Iiclnnson' (Jroat t'l iiililunlioii f- In. Living Wild Animnla ami Fouc-liinn Selrn.
tlollK.
8. H'i.-.u!lf'.i .'fil tt'd l". in Two Paris-Zonhg leal and Ornitl ('logical fn ni London.
". Moils. I'l ci-.' .'s I! - Paruitin School of Kdurj:d Horses.
4. Sig Adiilnb C.i-til'. Italian Traipe of l'.locaiid Digs, Monkris nnd (ionts.
5. ."lliitlitnit ;oi!n,l" i:..iiniic's fp.cially, wi.h Uor magnificent ticn hf Perl'orniing Lions.
Hero, linn, Cruiser nod .I'.'i.a. . . . .,
0. Milfoil' A ti-ti Ji.-uti flyinnnstio Alliance.
7. Moniiin'- S..u:ti A ii-ci -Viiii Ynudeville Compmy. '
8. .7. IIoliiiiMin, ,lr.' School for Training Horses.
0. .1. J. A. Heiiiiiigmiv's Cnlleelion of Nat v American Wild An:mals.
'.(). ii. W. JolinsosiN I'eiforiniiig Klephrnt ' Pmpress."
It) tl;c Zoological Di-pni
'sec i !op- w&yxr a'M
-sa-s.i-.:i.'i-&!s c
JV HERD OF TAPIRS!
A FLOCK OF AUSTRALIAN EMEUS.
A HERD OF PORCUPINES,
Introduced by Mr. Johnson.
TroininiMit anion!' tlio attractive talent of tlio
M'LLH V UANOKS,
MA I) A 31 10 MAKGAlll'iT,
Mil. JOHN WILCOX.
mi. pa,v.,. Time-honored (lis; euscr of Wit and Humor :
MK. JOHN LODINSON', TI.e Nonpareil LKWIiS,
Mil. J. 3I,.I)i)X()U(ill, ' MR. buWIS AYIIJJS.
i 3IK. UKOl'iuH L03IAX, . .
Maguilice.K and P-iTlliaul Toiirnamcnta and Giand
GUANO C.llATUITOUS KXIUIUTION.
A (icl-L't-ons Alitii lit rtlCtMht -Tin' (.iiin l Chrtil.tf .M.i,u" t i..i :n...ai!..:..- n ... s
open Ileus.. I l.ol.l end l.ronc: hii.gbis mid (.l-.id.ators, i Armor "('.Ancient Uomans. ns escort (o tho
giitleriiig ami costly lliicul.il .,lu.p:.g.s. I l.i grand d imp,i,i l'roce.sion will he preceded by
the that t..t ot Obercn. c..utainii.K HI05.CAN.il A H'H .;, rittie Sihrr nnd Mt i ing Orcliesti u
twenty ru-M cUs M-,ciai..s(. t 8,i I he Pro,!, n will enter Pcrrvahmg at 10 o'clock.
TWO T KU l'OK3I A N (,'LS - - - At and J oK.vk P. M.
AM.7II.VSat C'Hts; CltiUltcri us;t i.JO yts.'...'25 ts.
' " ' " li 31. STKYKNS, (Icnci-al 'Agent.
,St::..,?
- ,4..ir i-! .1
a1 IC 13. T? OLI c.?c.
' WITH THE , '' :
OINQIWNATI ' '
IKKME INSUli'NGE COAIP'N Y
Capital Paul Up
1'IUli AND MAKINJ1 KlSKS' TAKKX
OtTh-K uthtrt VorHnir Third u-aJ Sjc
" . LIUECl'OUS.
t'uu. C. Rkacthp, of J. 4 C. ile.ikirt. Jou
Jostril KissitV, uf (ilobe Polling .Mills. Jjimu
Ii. S. WKKTsTOXg, of P. D. S. Whetslone 4 Co. K. II,
C. UorciNs, of b. C. Hopkins & To. S. N.
II. Latfau.s, ,of f. II. Liw. n On. . M. p.
W. W. lUstv. of W. W. 11 inly Co. lli .;u
lilto. D. Wis-CHii.i., of il.,).Wine!ieU,Upou i C-. J. H.
John D. Himm, of llinle d' Porter. It, 5:
D. Wt-0n, of 1.. D. Wat-on if- Co. 1 rko.
IUo. W. IUhii.ton, of Hamilton, t 'lav d' C .
Oi l U'ERS.. ' 4
CM. Kansusi, Secretary . ' Cuas. C, Ue .vsiur, Pvidoul ; " Col. II. 11. lUni.gY, General Agent.
tT' Western Men khuil i imtrimUe W--tci ii I ustil utit.us This relialdo ?toci(l
omi'ASV haviie; been completely reorganiacd under a eempeteul 11. ri or Directors, well ku-vi n a
responsible, bmioc.s mon, o I being tin only Wc-tern Compai y doing a tU-Uciul Vseac) Uusi
lies, r.-apecifullv solicits a por.iou ot public patronage.
j. si. iia.Aii.u, hjcivtary.
,, . Tli
J; ui.i!l aiiuuiil taken ou kerial ha.irils at
Dtti7.CTO!1!.
Jiirclor of Amnr.r,ni'.i 7. WILSON
Mimical )ir!vtor Til OS. OA A7.1 .1
Historic Lnt a :,' )r. '"VI MI'IIRL'L
(.'iivi-ol A'mit: n. M. STKVIiNS
KriH'r of tin: Dcus . prof. O I V JOUXSOX
tuicnt will Ic found.
- w
31 ll. (J. N. KOIUNSON;
sic. ADOLrn r.'ii.vxDist,
3111. JOHN LOW LOW,
The Am ran Humorist mil l,dite Local Clowns
31 U. lT.ANK JiOBLNSOX,
Clown par excellence nnd Modern (trinialdi :
31 H. AltClI I K OA311M510LL.
Oriental Pn'ccca a 'will oj.crf euih Enlirtainmeiit.
' .V-AAj-...r--?i4j
- 8aoo,ooo oo. -.v
AT lir.ASOXABLK HATES.
imnro ss.; Ciitiinwui Ohio.
M.' isiCKisT, of J. M. SetrUt A Co. "
. Watson, Pi eprjelojr llenri" House.
Hakukr, of U.irbcr, Chonte A Xi.ber.
I'IR, ' l ib-of l.ehigtr.n, Kt.
't'tiii.MPSOS, ol i'honips.ai, Hisidii'eh A Co,
Stcwant, td H. rtewnil Jc Co.
Ovkkiiiok, of IP: ,t-O. Uiei Hck. .. ;
: K ii-Kit, ot ll. Schiller . I Co. (
Li ssi'MN, laic Suir'e, EcUtciu if Co. '
M.liV IN ItKOWXSBt . KtiKK, J;;, .
An - i.toi' thlioe in Courtdiouae. lVccvstoira-. 1).
WtS KPI.I.Y, Ajjeut. Wstin, Wwd Co., O.
nult.il, '. li.iu, . J
tt';rv.B: i i iiiii'''t,...v.i-:j?,i
MERCHANDISE.
ANOTHER PURCHASE!
Not of the Russian Possessions,
Wifh its AV.linlcB, Walruses arid Icebergs,
BUT OF A TIPTOr STOCK-OF
Spring & Summer Goods,
Now arriving at the Cash Store of
A.G.Willinius&lSro.
We are noir making purchases at the Kast that
will enable us to placo before our customers one of
th choicest stocks of Spring nnd Summer Ooods
ever brought to this place, which we will dispose
of at nnproccdintedly low figures.
Our stock is a large one end well selected, with
a view to (lie special requirements of this section
of the country, and we come before the public with
the confidence that
WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD I
It would be impossible tn enumerate articlcsand
price. To beapprcciatcd they must bo seen, and
an invitation K5 thereHira extended to the whole
community tn call and seo the beautiful style and
quality ot our
STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
Which embraces all the most desirable qualillci
to uo luuua in me luaract.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
We invito tho examination of the Ladies to
our magnificent assortment of DrcbS Goods, among
which may oe lounu
Silks, Empress Cloth, French Merinos,
Poplins, Alpacas, Fnglish Merinos,
Delaines, Calicoes, Lnco Curtains,
C'loakiogs, lil'chcd Sheetings, Ladies' Cloth, &c,
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
Jlats,
Hoots,
Jeans,
Cloths,
Collar,
Cap,
Shoes,
Satinet!.,
Caasimercs,
Hosiery,
Coitonados,
Ac, Ac.
OUR STOCK OF DOMESTICS
Is full and complete, and will be disposed of at
tsi ciitly ICetluri 1 I'rlces.
Prints from Wi to 20 cents per yard ;
ISrown Sheetings and Muslins 13 to 23 cents.
Denims, Stripes & Ticks,
Also, a good assortment of
Carpels & Oil Cloths
OUR 8T0CK OF
CUTLN11Y, '
CillOCEllIES,
. GLASSWARE,
QUEENSWARE,
v YANKEE NOTIONS, &c, &c
Is full nnd complete, nnd can not lo surpassed id
variety, quality nui low fignres.
tS30ur styles nro tho very latest, nnd to Cash
Customers our prices nro tho very lowest.
X. M. Wo desire those of our patrons who have
unsettled accounts of tho last year to call uud
settle them as soon as possible. ,
A. Q. WILLIAMS & BR0.
Pcrrysburg, April 22, 1807. Si'
SPUING,
AND
SUMAIEIl
GOODS.
THE FIRST
OF THE
IX
rEKivvsuimJ,o.
Just Kow Ilecolvlns;
BY
EXPRESS
. ALL THE :
LATEST S!f YLKS
or
SPRING
Direct from the
EASTEUN MARKETS.
BOUGHT for CASH
J
i . AKD SOLD AT -
'-
LOW RATES!
V. I. HITCHCOCK.
Perry sburj, A yr'J,
lL'LL assortment of Uoete sad Shoes at .
-C ,. , ... -,. IOI.i5TOS,.,
'
,
MERCHANDISE,
GLORIOUS NEWS!
Important- to EHTjiody I ;
GREAT REDUCTION: IN PRICES !
STEW GrOODS!
TO rni
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,-
AT TBI
' f .
PEOPLE'S STOKE! j
OP
F. R. MILLER & CO.
WE herewith announce to nor nuttier' '
nns friends and the public (tenerally, bat -we
have received direct from New Y"ort
and boston, a ,
large and splendid stock of
Spring & Summer Goods I
Which we ofTer at mluced prices, for
Ready Pay. We have a full line of thff
following : :
i ,' -V
DRESS GOODS, '
Such as Silks ;
Lawns, Pnplius, Berepcs j
Challies, Amures, Prints;
Ginghams and DeLnines ;
Trimmings and Kmbroidcries j
Brown aud Bleached Sheetings.
also .
White Ooods nnd Laces, ,
Linen, Crash and Toweling; '
Plannels and Liuseys; '
Blankets nnd Bed .Spreads; :
Duuiuis, Stripes nnd Cheeks: ! '
Shawls, Ulovos olid Hosiery;
NuAions of every description;
Bradley's Celobeuted Ouplujt Skirrs ;
. Balmoral Skirls and French-n-oven Corsets; -Parasold
and Umbrellas.
A LARGE SEt.ltCrtO.V Or
Cloths, Cdssirncrcs, Sattinets, t and
Tailors' Trimmings.
. Ol'R STOCK OF ...
Boots ixiaci iSHiooe
Never was m ire complete. Wo seilthaia- .
to per cent, less than, before, r
' A - ' -Clothing
fop JIen & Boyt?,
50 per eetit. less than formerly; - 1 1
In Hats and Caps.;
Wu can not be nndersoM. ' ' )
CROCKER T, GLASSWKE, LOOK-
INQGILASSES AUD CLOCKS, .,,
A good nssortuient.
GRO CER IBS AND SPICES.
SALT by M ti'irrcl of Sack.
Is?" Come nnd examine Goods 'aud Prices.
jnCASH will bo Pald for PHODUCG
at t!io lli-jsiest .Tlurko l'rice. " ; .
3rWOOL WANTEDS
N. B. From this dnto we ehnll adopt
the Keady-pay system, so far ns practi
cable, as we aro aatinllcd flint justice tn
our customers and ourselves demands it.
Wo shall offer, therefore, ,
't V
i i
Special InduceiiiGiita to Cash Customer.
Those nf our customers having unset- ,
tied accounts -villi us will please settle op.
' F. R. MILLER & CO.
Per'rysbnrp, April 2i, 1S(I. ... - 2 '
. HEAl.bft.IN- it'r
DRY GOOm, GRpCEBiK,;
CllOCKERY, CPIIX-JIEAL,' 1"
IIAT8 & -CAPS, f
- RKABY-M ADli CW)THINO,.-. - f .
BOOTS & SHOES, - -'.
FLOUR, SALT, :
nails, a lass. :
Will -Tuy CnsH foi nny Qimntity of
' STAVES.
Pcrrysburg, Slarch II, iBGT. . 4?n
Flour of All Grades.
BY the barrel or sack, fur ealo'at - , .
O BEACH'S.
7 : . ; , ,, i. K
BOOTS & SHOES, W
OF the best castona-makes, in Variety at ' ,
i . , . . uEAcirs. ..
READr-MADE CL0TUING, F
JpOR Men's and Boy's wear, at
REACH'S, i ,
DRY COODST
B
ROWS and Bleached Shectinjs and Shirtings; 7
ftJllllll f . .
Stripes'; " .'' " ' " ' 1 '
Tickinps ' r .' nil
Cotlonades.Ae. ie. at BE Afll'S. .-" ;
Hats & caps.
1 l.AUriE X.nrln.A.e .1 ' . l-'"Ji-
' G. BEACH'S, ,
O. J. INSCilO.
A. It. CllAJirKEV
IN3CHO & CHAMPNe'y,
mtUG GISTS,
'iiU.'j;:!';
1
llotMrs mu('k,lcrrybiii-er Ohio. t
T-r- ;; n
IpOlt Roback, Ayer, Hostetter and Juvoa'a Mod-, ; s
' icines, goto 1NSCI1U A CUAMPNEY'h. -
FOR Wm.' Hall's Balsam, and other' Balsams
for the bungs, go to ; . i ' . ; r , , ; i .
ITtOB good and reliable Onnda, and at low fl(rur j r
. call at IXCliO & CUAMPflfeY'S,
IK yon are troubled with Catarrh, call and get'j'
lr. D. II. Seelye's Remedy. For Dyspepsia, '
get Coe'g Djrspp"ia Cure, ' . . - .
' IN'SCHO A CfiAmpitf.t.'
T70R Oils and Paints, Vtnvishea, etc., rn (m .
i.ijwuu q yuAiirat-i v ,
A I R Olbrt-We have BiirneU'e. Vri'iitil i'i.
II
sua ail otiiers. iNnuiiu s t n.i mi r. 1 1 .
i
F ia have the Astbsia, ft lo ISkCHU !.''
CilAMP.NEY'S. ikudt ft Junoi" Wtiitconib'a
Aatorna i.uro. ... '''' ' ' ' ' ;''
KE5EPATT Mildwal t)Ui5overy aeit Bfeeil "!
Pnrifiars at lySCgQ A CHAMPfiEY'S. ;''
FUR lIndrolitsfEtT, call and (rot JTigbt -Hlonmlno;
Circs, aey K;tplian Lotus, or'
Mwtaviro, the latMMt KMnMu jmaiet, .
.. .. .INSCHO A CHAKPSE
If OR Tar, Turpentine, Naplilba "and Machino
' Oil, call at - JS ril'UO A Cjl.) M Pf K Vg
IF you want Ague Modicfne, go to INijCUO .
CHAMPNEY'H. and gel lr. Ohristle'a, Har ( J
Itr'a, Rhodes', or Aycrti. 7, i
I."OR Toilet Soajia and Soap foe eloaalug silvae ' i-t
aad takinr out erra-p, , call uiiob -
ISSCHO 4 CJ1AMPAEV.
rrr;
BOOTS and SUOEt) the flnet aad beat at
siu-raueiit ercr brought ta this market, nulfc'li.
prices that ea n4 fail to suit, liyLT.N, .
QUQAB-CliKF.D Hsiwi mi Shoulder
Pork by the bo,w. . . ...-.
For wie.b r. u. mxzw & co. ";. ,
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