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[From the Farmers Chronicle.] [From the Farmers Chronicle.] The Thoroughbred Horse. The lutrne, of nil anlnm!, la the mml vnl flalila, Urcauaa ninM coinliicivo to our iimo mt wijrfjrmant. Kler-t, atrtmjr. ami Inn!), ! Imn tH)tn, mvllto'io of tlia niot worri Ocetilo aiiimala of tniiiikiml. Aiooi ilmn 1 1 naturalist lie tu-louRa In tlio clana Mam malia, wliieh Cmilatiia t ) auimala Unit irekla thr-ir yonnj. llu form llio ninili f:nn tf Huron Cnvior'e eixtli orcW, call tl 'iichyitcrm'U.i. Wo trp bin origin to (he Et, whera, not to lchitil llio I-I n fig u rlomnaticatnil. Aounnlinp; to Hirnlin, the Moilra, IVrniftim ami Ariiiniii.'ina drat Woke dim to amMlo. Si'viMitrcn lintnlri'il ttiiil forty yeara boforo llio Cliriatian era lio was nalurnli.ril in Orcein, ni nt tluit lieriotl llio Olympic gntnea, in '.vliicli cliin lot and liorso races woro iuoliiilcl, wvro n popular feature. Tliero i imtuli cl inm Ic wliotlior or not llio horno ia iinliKonoiw l Arabia. Tlia question, liowover, ia not onn of great moment. It ia anniciont to know that the Arabian horaa ia tlm pircal of llie equina raca. Conatiuit cars in rem inn and broeilinr, Iias inn lo him mi olijuct of admlraliun- bin mivlo hlin a : rio tentative tjp. His eapnclona chr-Ht af. turflt froe action for dia pr.worlul Iiiiihh, dia form ia aytnniotrical, li in limb n cumiii nation of bono, ainnw aivl nuiiclo, hia no tion graceful, his affection atroni:, mid dia toinpoi aniont aninow hut iiuick nnd noi voiih. From tho Arabian and tlio Hub in do ncendod llio modom tlioroiihliroil liorxr, ao popular in KuUiml, and which forma a large iloni in the caliinnloil woallii of tlio United Stntoa. Tho Huh in (imiii ll.irli;uy, nd ia remarkalilo for ila beautiful bum and graceful action. Mimule and aineiva, cotiatitiita the powers of notion, mid ua tliena aro tlio rnotiiinrnt uh.iiiiotci iitica of tbo Arab and llurh, lliry nro imi ci im lo nil oilier horson. In Ihuir limb wo Hud tltoir bonei coudunnod liko that of tho deer, con Hiiioiitly aelion I not Impeded and etimitli ia not exhanatoil by aupei (luom wuielit. To bo thoroiijrhbipd, ia not noocsnai y tint! tho animal should bo of puro V, intern ttoacuut, but hiapodiroo mint lui (riioeil through the Htnd Hook to an Kinttn ii n Mil lion, fir to (ho two Hub iii;iioh iuiiorled (o Knulaiiil by Charles II. Tho origin of the thoroughbred ia Knalcrn, b it jil.lirimiN croaflinn, tho adiiiixtiiio of KiMiiu Mo id, nnd tho uttoiition ami manage ment of breed ing davo combined to nitUo him wliut he ia, to deatroy hla puro Oriental duooout. Tlio turf ban bjon tlioi?ront uridiuin for lin- roving tho horao. Triiila ol upood aliinn ,it tooxoellonoe,and llio utitrml caro, with iudictona croNning iapxercinod in bioedinn. t he touudntion ia kept puro by tho rigid exclusion of cold bl tod, nnd wo avcuro inim oiilur devrlopniciit and etromr Hininva in alend of aoft bono, nn ungainly form mid flubbincaa. Tho intelligence of tho thor nughbrcd ia aa iniioh greater than the in telligence or tlio cold blooded horae, aa the beauty of torm and uclion of llio 0110 ia an f erior to lliut of tlio other. Ilia apeud in wondoi firl, and din powcin ot uiidiirunco ainaning, llu can carry or draw n bur. Ion as woll iih run a raco, and rival llio II vt none of llio wind in running it; nnd ho fan oinliiro tho futi ;uo that would kill oil hull n doxon inongri-N. America in givng much attention to llio thoroughbred, which rIiow.i that wo nro a progrcHaivo pcoplo. Tho thoroughbred ia tho puroat typo of the liurao, anil ti uo prngrcaa cvjr uiau lo c- ura tho purool and boat. Foolish Practices. .To purclniRO Ireea, tnko thrut cxpoaod lo aim and wIiiiIn, throw them over the gar den fence until morning ; then diatributu lliein over llio Hold whero (hey are to bo not, leaving roiiio to dry, while othora do ing llirown into dolea not n foot Miiiare, wilh'not it root or branch trimmed, and (ho Btouea and coitiHO dirt till Hhnvuled in to Ktber ; and then, nflur nllowiijg llioui aiii' llciant time to wither and, die, aatialy the longings of your aoula by aluming. or, II you alo in tho habit, curaing en tiinf.tn nil tree deulern, iiuinryiiion,iin! Iiorliciiltui ita. To cultivate more land llian you cut) jiropoily drain, Bubaoil, and uiunuio... To have a l.irgs oiclmrd with ovory olhor treo dead from borers and your own sliiltltfHH cullivntiou of it. ' i t .. ..i... I ,..i ...hi. :.. ' iv Dviviimu viuuiU ftmi lillll u.lliw III to pruno it. 'lo tmy poor troca, boo.uiso thoy uro cheap. To do po emiuontly aolfUh that you will not set out trora, boc.uino your 1 1 to ia not Motored to laxt aa long us tlioiiH. , To bo nfruid of lending your induoiico In lmok fiuniiiig, that you will read nothing of w hat iM going on in agricultural world, thus depriving yourself ol much unci ill uud vuluublo iufoiuuition. Importing Wheat. Tho Mitrk xnm A'.rv.ji c iU-ulateH that tlio u vol ago wheat crops of liroat Hiilain mid Ireland aulllco to fee. I its population for thirty aeven weeka only out of tho titty two, and that at Icuh( nix millions and u half qiurtet's of wheat must bo imported even in favorable years even to keep hoiiio people from starvation. It arrives at this result by tho billowing c.iloul ition : llooghly, there uro :il),000,0(H) people in tho I'nited Kingdom, each of which consumes nix bushels of wheat per immim. Tho av erage breadth of wheat sown in 4,000,000 acres EhcIi aoro producos from three nnd a half to four quarters. Take the latter igure, and you davo 16,000,000 quarters instead of tho '22,500.000 which i'. is reck oned wo cat when we have a sulllcicncy of bread. - Fkt a pitcher of water in a room, and in a few hours it will havo absorbed ' nearly nil tho respited and perspired gtsc In tho yoora, the air of which will have become piu-tr, but the water utterly filthy. The roldor tho water is, tho greater to contain these gases. At ordinary tem,eratui o a Itiil of water will cunlain a pint of carbonic acid gas, and. several pints of ammonia. The capacity is nearly double by reducing the water to tho temperature ol ice. Hence, water kept in the room nwhilo, is unlit for use. For tho same renwon the water I rout piunp should always bu pumped out in the morning before any of it is used. Im pure witer ia UK-re injurious than impute air. Efficacy of Onions. A writer save : " Wo are troubled often Willi aevere coiijlm tho result of colds ol lung standing, w hied inav turn to consiiuip Viou or premature deaths, ll.ud coughs cause ilnepiesa nights, by c. mutant irritation in the throat and a strong t-IV.irt to throw i II vB'enwive matter from the lungs. The rem edy I propso his been tried by mo und ro commendoj by mo with good results, which is aimply to take into llio atom ich, belme reliriug for tho night a piece of raw onion fler chewing. The esculent, in an n uookod state, is very heatinj, tin I collects the waters fioiu tli Imgs and throat, cous ituinodiate relief tj the patient. A Big Thing. John I.ewis sold his vineyard in Catawba lalsud for a patent-right for 8,000. The man to whom be sold, sol I the vineyard to a man in the Kll nl '.,w T,.i ir 'v,,.., ,. AW in chauceiy is filed lo read! the land, mid which liiav havo been mil. I u.ln Ii -the-tltird party is not privy to tho transac tion, it U good-bye vineyard. A man thai fiH ko in no heavy on a patent right ought to sulfur a little, but the abovo is ah. lost too big boo." We thought that taky men were shuiper thau tlmt. Ot tawa Union. Tin essence of true nobility ia neglect of foil. Let the I hung lit of self pttos in, nd Die beauty ol a great action is gone, like tbo bloom of a soiled llowvr. A Big Thing. Our Scrap Book. PA, WHAT A NEWSPAPER. AND WHAT DOES IT CONTAIN? , Drains (hat Rontlomrff l iy, tnj bny, , , I Til ansvwf Mis iflU of iio dny, inr f-'yi I ' ' t Vliiilcivw U-biv r ) t - I Tlinjr M on Die tor, And plpj in full concert awny, my boy. Nni rmiti tl Tnunlrlet anil rlimr-s, n hnr, Ailverllseniioils", rsnsTs anil r1iviiii', my buy, Mitiol nn Willi sll suits ' (If (f ) lynifr rnimrts. And pnblislis d at regiilnr times, my boy, ArtleleU aide nd ni bny 1 At least In thn edilor'a eve', my bey, And fc-Rla s irrun I , - j Tliftl fe-.r uniliTiilsiid -To what ill tho ivmlil jt applies, my Tmy. Slnlintie, rot 'Clliiiis, revlnivs, my bny, I.itllo serums to Init-ttnl nod amuse, hiy boy, And leiiiitlir ili'lmto - lmn mutfTa of Htntn, For fflso-headed folks to penisn,1 my boy, , - - I- Tho funds as tliey were snd llioy nro, n,f boy, Tlis quihliles snif quirks of tiiu bur, my bey, Anil every week A clover criiique, On boiiio rising tlimitricul star, my buy. , ' Tlio nee of .lupiter's mmns, my bof , 1 Tlio stealing of somebody'a HpiKUis, UiJ boy, Tlio'slnlo "f tlio props, Tlm stvle of the fiim, i ' And tho wit of llio pnblio biiiTiniis, my buy. ' I ! bisli of ell plivuleil Ills, inr boy, lliiuisho'l I'v sinnclioilv'e pills, my buy, Till you nsk with siirpriso ' Why nriy nun dies, . Or .whni's the disorder Jlnit kills, my boy, ( Wlm has got mnrried, to whom, my buy, Who Vrure out "If In thuir blnmn, my buy, Who Ins a hirth On this siirrmv ntuincd earth, Who totters Ih'st to the tomb, my by. Tlio prices of enltlo nnd prsiu, my boy, UiroLlioin to dig Kil l lo ill-nil!, toy buy, lint 'I would tuko inn ton long, To tell yen In sonir, A (punier ef whit tlmy ouutiiin, my bey.,, Corry O'Lanus Explains the Internal Revenue Law. romtv O'I.ancs furtiislioH tho Ihooklyn Eiejlt! with tho following complete and lucid cxpositiou of tho internal revenue law ! . Thn law is very clear when you undor sland it. . ' The nvorntndnt expects every man to have mi income. At the saino liino It requires dim lo awcar to the fact. A tnnn that lias got no incnnio cm awnar that ho has, nnd if Im p iys tho taxes on it, llio law don't insistent bis taking the money back. i : Tlio collector of llm re voniio in author ized to receivo nil hn can get, and hand as iiiucli as do can uffiird to over to tlio gov ernment. Tim Assessor's business ia to eoo that every man ansesses himself, , If a citizen falls to assess liiniielf lin any sum, tho Assessor is million, ;d to doit lit the iim iuiit, und add onu hundiod per cent, to it. Whon a niunbwti'i llio housft do lives in. do is not author iz id to deduct tlio wages of his servant girl Tinm dis taxablo iucoins. When a, man und vi(o Intvo each separ nto ino'xnos,. and don't live together, ""d tho wile boards with her mint, who is n widow nnd Ins property of her own in government securities, real ostitis or oil stocks, hud tho'liusbaiid is not in tho habit of paying dia wile's board or tnilinery dills the tax lor which ho is liable will depend upon thn amount of his rovetiuo if he has any. His wile's sunt cannot bo lul I liablo for his incmiio li unless thn mm should din and leave no property, then tho Asses sor may remit llio mint's income tax, except on what she actually owns. ll'it man fails to make any return, the Assessor may make nuo for him, nnd allow him any income ho thinks proper.. In vaso tho man should not bo in receipt of such income, tho Uovcriimoiit in not bound to pay it lo dim. In making return of rovenuo derived from business transactions of a curtain, un certain or any other character, tho law re quires a liusiiiesa in in to apecilically stale how much lie das ma lo, nnd do can niuk,o us much as. da likes, but ho need not deduct 1i!h losses. A merchant wdo lias made fifty thousand dollars (his year, on indigo, cannot deduct seventy fivo thousand dollars ho lost in 181'J, on tfunt oowrie nnd beeswax, --j ;i Youtig men on salaries of twelve hun dred a year, w ho spend five thousand -a year, ftto not required to pay full tax on the latter nmnniit, ns tho tax is a tax on in come, not on outgo. i A young man who is entirely dependent on bin aged mother for snppot t is not requir ed to pay his income tax. icnllcnicn who went lo Canada to avoid tho draft,; and were aupported by their fond relatives until the cruel war was Over, uro not liab'o to bo taxed unless they re turn to tho United States. Orphans over twenly-ono yoara of ago are mil liable for incomo tax. Thcso decisions are not from tho Com missioner, and aro consequently reliable. Them Good Old Daze. llow i dew long (once in a whjle) for Ihem good old daze. ... Them daze wlioit the aim didn't rise bo foro breakfast. J Them daze when there was mort- fun in HO cents thatt tharo is now in 7 dollars and ft iinlf." i , , Jy ' Them dii9 when a man married 11:1 iiniinds of a woman, nnd less than 0 pounds awl told) ov anything 1ho. llow i dew long for them good old dazo when edukashmi konsixted in what a man did well. Them d.i.a deakona was ns austoar ns host reddish, and ministers preached tow men's notes inatid of tluire pockets. ' Them daze w hen pollyticks was tlio ex ception and honesty tho rule. llow i dew long lor them good old daxi when lap dargs and wet misses wau't known, and when brown bread and baked goose made a good dinner. Them duze when a man who iv.m'l bizr.y was watched, and w hen women spurt tinly that kind of Hrii that was good forstockins, 1K)W i dew long for them good id 1 daze when now und then a gal baby wez called Jernihn, and a boy w ait't apille il do wns named Jorrymier, And J oo who hev tried the fetders pd fuss ov life, w ho bov bad the uodiii.lt of uelih. without hense stuck iiudor yureuoze, cum beneaih this treo, and 1 ng (or an hour with me for theiu good old daze when men were ashamed t.iw befools, and w inimeu wero nfraid tew lie llirts. Josh HilHiiys. Cont.iNO a I'KerK "I went to tho fisg islatuto last year," said a CJoorni.m. "Well. I went to AugU8, and took dinner at u hotel. Itigdt besido mo at the table sat a mcuihvr from ouo of tho back towns, who bad iiavor taken dinner at a hotel before in bis life. Hi-fore his plate vi ae a dislt of red peppers, nnd he kept looking at them. Fi unity, ns the waiteis were slow iilnuit bring--ing up the things, bo took up his fork and soused ouo into bis mouth. Aa ho brou;bt down his giiudars upon it, the tiaiacuue into his eves. At lait, spitting tho pepper In Irs band, ho laid it down by tho side rf Ilia plate, uud ' with Voice that set the whole table in a tear, exclaiuioJ, ' just lie ilim e an I cool !' " Kkvkr iosuro your lif. for tho benefit ol your wi!o for a greater sum than ten thou sand dollars. A widow with :l ire 111 iney than that ia it di ijerous leaoy ti l;ave j'oto: ity. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. aUUAb Ml.tlt t. . . , . , fctlwln lleeS, V ,fhn If, Woodiv.rd, fcy Cnn'm"? Pl"--lirln Cuiler'n l. J Tlio ilefen iBnt, lnrin fooler, will Inks nellee Hint Hie ylsinlifl'. "n the ItHh ilnr of Oetiilmr, s"J, lileit hin i'i lili"ii rn tlie Clerk's tlllineof astd tfrnttt, the iil.ji'i-T snd pritvi-i- nl which In to ohtitirr a Jn.ljr incut nsinit siii'l WmiiliVHrd and (Jiinley, on Iheir prnniijin'iiy-up fur lull, wild the Intmeit slncn Si'iilemlx r I, Ifi'i.'i, given hr tln-m to .Hn in n I Mit chell, nml Iriinsfi'in';! to plninlill', nii'l which wns seciiruil liy uinilgao eu ILu imith of llio snulh et 'i of section :i, tnwnsliiti 4, riinire 10 esul, HO Hcren nf liiinl. If Die nitid (yimler lines nut nnsivcr or ilefioir t" snid peliliiin by tle 21st day of Msrrh, IHilN.jiiilgnietil s ill Isitsksn for Slid smniitit(wldi tho iutcreHt, soil sn order to null siiid real estate to pny tin) siinie. - rt t: V. X Hi riR, AHetT. 1'cf ry shil rTr,' January 1HSS. SlifHiiO TTAciiNii.vr noi n r Jsinua II. Close,! Ihifnro Arthur V. I'crrr, .Tnst- vs. lee of llio I'esco of Miililletnn S. D. Ilhufhnm.) To., Wood t'onntr, Ohio. ' On tho Mill clny of Jinuny, ISIIH, snid JuMica l-vnii'ii nn or ler of nilnchini-nt iu tho averu actum for tlio sum ol Firo DuIIhim. J. n. CfiO.IE. Miiblleten, Jsmisry 22, lHltR, So" ' 1 S nntswnnce of an order of the Probata Court of I ir.ineiirk C'mnl v, Ohin, in nle en the lllhil ir JiinimrT, A. IX IHiiM, in the enso of Jnlni It. .Mnley, ftiuinlisn of Alex. II. .Mnley, fe;m( His Wnril, tho miituriiigm-d alll, en the .Sth ihty of Kehruaty, A. II. I hum, tit llnclitci ,M., nn tho prenuses, in fer nt public sale, subject to tho life rstulo of mini John II. Mali-y, the liilluM'ing-ilesi'xilied rani cslale, situiito in Wiiml County, (Ihiii, In-wit I Tlio smitli cast (pinrler of 'S'-ctinn No. I)f tiovnliip No. 3, north range It. Terms of Snlu-t'iiMh ill hnnil. Appruinoil, Btlhjccl to snid life enisle, it t tOUO. JOHN U. .MAI.KV, flunritiss of Alex. II. Mnler. W. .1. Vancr, Alt'y fur I'ctitiuiiur. aSiU I 73 C. n :i rdf a ns Sale of Krai Estate. , M.'li.nn b. IIiiiIh'p, (lu irilinn ofl Mnry C. mid Win. T.Uarboe, Woml Cnunty vs; i' Probato Court. Her Wards. J IN puiiuiiiicn of nit. order of nalu issueil by the . IViilnite (Niui't nl' Wouil (Vniiity,1 Ohio, in this cane, I will oiler for sale, nl tlio door of the Cuui l liouse, iu I'et rvMinrg, on MON'llAV, February 10, 18".S, HetH-eenllm hnuisol I nnd II o'clock I'. M., of said dnv, thu following di'.icribod real cntate, to-wil i The siv H of section No, 2:1, tivp I, Kill acres ; apnrnisud si 1,620. The cast of tho nortluve.sl ' of section No. 3o, t 1, nil acres j spiirnlsed nl $2,' . Tlm mil Ih part of llio snuthivust of sctinn No. .'IS, tp I, IJ7 4:1-100 acres I npprnisvd r.t $7,2la. Thu soulh part of tho west 1,1 the northwest M uT sec No. II j, ti 1 , 6 seres ; appraised at $1 t ill. Cartel' the southeast J.,, east of thu Davton and Michigan Itnilmad, si-eti.in 3 1, town 1, li'J K4-100 seres; appraised nt 9:1,101). Said nhovo described Ian-Is being in tho United Slates Iteservo of, Twelve Miles Sijuare, in Wood Wood (,'ihiiiIv, Ohio. ! : A I. SO - I'lirt of Uivcr-trnct No. east or the D.iyti n nnd Michigan Ituilruad, -1 UU-1U0 sores ; appraised nt S 10(1, ' i The west part fractional section Nn. It. Iwp II, ratine 10 east) HU U5-100 lures; nppriiised nt M.MSl 02. And tho east fractional part of section No. M, tp 0, range 10 east, Hi! llj lllll seres y spprsisod ut $.l,S:i!l; all in Wood Conntri Ohio.' All of thn nil ivo ilescribcd lands will bo seld free and unincumbered of tlnwcr. Terms of Halo --One-third cash hi hand ; one third in one year, uud nnc-third iu two years from day of sale j deferred payments to he secured by a mortgage oh the prciudeis sold, and on interest Iron, day of mile. MKblS.SA I.. IIAUIIKK, i Ouariliaii of Mary C. snd Wlu.T. Harhec. rorryshiug, January li, 18(18. ISihlSllii III.KII 1 'N sai.i:. Jiiincs MoWiley,". 1 ,n Vooi, Vnmmnn Joshua Ilartlelt, el si. 1,1 Hv virtue of an order of sale issued in the a bora cause hv tho Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, ol Wood Cnuiitv, Ohio, and to me directed and de livered,! will nll'.T for sale at public vendue at the door of Hie Court I louse, in tho town of 1'crrysburg, V noil Lounl v, iMno.on Tl'MSDAV, February 4. t!t3. Hetweuntho hours ol' 10 ami II o'clock A.M., of saul day, tho billowing described properly, to-wit: Tho cast half, aowlhciint iiuarter section 10, tp 3, range 1 1. Hi) seres, -in Wmid Cmintr. CIIAJiblJS W. KVhK.S, .Sheriff. .1. F. Paten, l'liiintiH"s Alhirncy. l'crrysbiirg, January 2, IH08. 3.1et) 20 jiii.tut I 's s vi.i- Whitcmnh ll.iskins, vs. Siiimiel Howard et si III Wood Common I'lons. lly virlue of sn order of sale issued in the above cause hv tlio Clerk of tho Court of Common Pleas, of Wood County, Ohio, nnd to mo directed snd de livered, I will ollr lor sale at public venduo at tho door of the Court House, in thu town of l'errysbiirg, Wood Countv, Ohio, nn TCKSD.VV. Fchrunrr 4. ISiiS. ltclween the hours of 1 nnd 2 o'clock V. M., of said day, the following described property, to-wit : One luunlrod seres off and from river tract, num ber forty-live 4.i, and lining tho west half of snid tract, and running east for ipuniiiy ; the east tier of the sauiu running pnrnllcl w ith the cast lino of said river tract, situate in the oouuty of Wood and State of Ohio. - . CIIAUI.KS W. 1CVKUS, Sheriff. Shannon & Hosti, Plninlill 's Attorneys, l'errysbiirg, Jauuary 2, 180H. U0e7 40 8' IIUIIUl'S 8.11.1'.. Oco, Powers et al, vs. Marshall Kcv et al. In Wood Common Tlens. lly virtue nt unorder of sale issued In the nbovc cause hv the Clerk of tuo Court of Common l'leits, of Wuod County, Ohio, snd to luo directed und de livered, 1 will oiler fur sale at public vendue, at the dour of the Cnnrl-hoiis;', in the toivii of Tcrrys burg, nnd countv aforesaid im . . . ,., , Tl'KSI) AY, Fubrnsrv 4, 1108, UeiwiHin tho b-uu s ut' V nnd il) o'clock A. M. of said day, the following described property, to-wit: Lot e.0. ;UI,-in rerrvshiirg-, Vni C,,nii'i)-, lhio. c:i.vuid-:s w. kvkks, .siwriir. Asnaa Cooa; I'lnintitf 'a Attorney.' - - ' ! rcrrysburg, Janu.iry 2, lSiiS, ' 3ih$5 09 tiii:itii-t sin:. f iles it. Munsill,- 1 vs. In Weed Ci llirnin A. Donaldson. L'emnion l'lens "Ity virtue of an order of sale issued in tho shove can" bv the Clerk of the Court of Common Fleas of Wood Countv. IMiio. and to mo directed nml delivered, I will olfai for sale st nildie vendue, nl the door of IhvCoiirt-lneiie, in Ferry sburj;, of said countv, en . . , TUESDAY, February ll.lSi'.S. between the hours of Id and tl o'clock A.M., of said day, the follow in described real elale,to-w it: The north half of the northeast quarter of sec tion I'l, township i, r.uice 10, and the south half vi the noilhcast ipnrterof auction :M, township II, nuge 10, eeutaiiiiiij; 100 seres, all iu said Wood Countv, llhie. CIIAKI.KS W. EVEKS, Sheriff. J. F. l'nica, riaintitV's Attorney. IVrrysburg, January l, ISiiS, " 37eJT ttll.tllt l"S SAI.I.. Martha Nnoth, J ys. In Woml Comiuru .loscnh Todd et al.' 4 fleas. lly irtue of sn order of sale issued mi the above cause by the Clerk of the Court of Common t'less of Wood t'ounlv, Ohio, nnd to me directed nnd delivered, 1 will nffer for sale si public vendue, s the ilmr of the Co vat house,' hi IVrrysburj;, Wmid Ciiuniv, tlluo, en TUKSD.VY. Febnnry tl, l't, ltetween the hours ol 10 and It o'clock A.M., of said d.iv, the following deserihet property, to-wit 1 Twenty rods in width oil' the north side of the nonhessl quarter of the southeast quarter ot section A, in township 4, north of r,'.ii;e 10 cast, sll iu Woml Counlv, Ohio. ' , " I'll Vltl.KS W. EVEKS, Sheriff. A. ltsows, I'laintul's Attorney. lVrryburfc', Jau,iary 6, Hiii, " J7c$4 Ti iiruitt's sai.i:. Edwin Beoit, Beoit, - I s. S lu Wi Id el si. S lu W'ihhI Conimon Pleais. M. It. Tod llyvirtije of an anlrvot' a a jssil in the shove e.iuo hr the Cleik of the Conit of Common Pleas, of V isxl County, Ohio, and to me directed snd de livered, I Mill ater fur le at nubtis veuduo, at the d or ot the Cuiirl-tioutc, iu I urrysburg, Wood Countv, Ohio, on TCKSDAV, Febrnsry 11, lt8, ltetween the Lours of 10 and 1 1 o'clock A.M., of said dy, tlia 1'ulltM.uwr oV-svub-id rwl auw, - st i The n.ulliBebl oii.unr of secliou 30, tonustiip I, range Id, ronl.iiuiiig lt'-l) acres: and the east pari of (lis southwest ipiarler of naid seciion.lll, toHiisliip 4, lauge JO, e. iiiaiu'ng Ml seres; and the norihwist quarter uf the soniTieast quarter of see 1 1.. n an loMiishipt, rarge 10, coiiiainiug tU acies, alt lu Wm.it I' linnr, Ohio. I'll Vltl.KS W. KVF.KS, Sheila. J. F. A S. II. Pun s. Pl.iinl ti ' Attertievn. lVrrysbiii jr, January U, IsW. 3cf.S MISCELLANEOUS. t IilKsilhserilier, as Sofe rfopHetor, wilt con X tiune llio buainesa of Making and Kxpsiring Wnirotift it-ntl Cui'i'inos, BLACKSMITHING AND PAINTING WITH I'iiii.ip TlinKM, as Foreman of the Wood Simp t Joski'H Uantikk, Foreman of tin lilacksmith Shop, snd Himsolf, Foreman of tho Taint Shop, snd General Hnpcilntendfint of nil the De partment. Thnnking His friends of tho old firm fur psst fa vors, he would respectfully solicit a ooutimisnce of their patronage, snd also the patronage of tho public genernlly, sssuring all that whslev er work is doiis st his shop, will bo wiu, pons. W. If. I1CIJ.KNDUCK. IVrrysburg, O., Jamiirr 10 1R07. 2fli AUK NTS WANTED FOIl THIS IS LU 12-CO ATS. How Tliry Lived, FoiigH and Died for tlic Union, WITH Scenes A Incldentsln thcOrrntltcbcllioti COMI-HISINO Xnrriitivps of I'orsonnl A 1 venture, Tliril . lino; Inoiilonts, During KxploitSjlIcroio J.leeds, Wonderful J'lacnpcs, Lifo in tlio C.iiiiii, I'ieM imJ I Tof jiitiilj Ad ventures of Spies nml Scouts, to gether with the Soiifis, lialluilH, Anecdotes nml Humorous Incidents of tho War. Slilfmlidh Vhtxtviitrd irilh npar 100 Fine J'urtrttils and Btntutiful Unyratinya. rpiIKtlE Is a certain portion of tho wnr that will 1 never fro into thu regular histories, nor be cm bodied in r.ouinci! or poetry, ivliioh is n vury real part of it, nnd will, if preserved, convey to suc ceeding frcncriilinn.H a better idea of the spirit of tho conlliet than inanv dry reports or careful nar ratives ofcveiils, and Ibis pa it may be called the gossip, the fun, tho jialhos of the war. 'f Ida illus trates the chitracter of the lenders, the humor of the soldiers, the devotion of women, tho bravery of men, the pluck of our heroes, the romance and hnrl.ihlis of the service. The Valium nn I Itnive-henrted, tho I'ietnresqite nu t Dramatic, the Willy and Marvelous, the 'len der nnd I'athetic, an I the whole Panorama of the War are hero lhrillini;ly portrayed ins masterly manner, nt once historical and romantic, reuderius: it t lie most nuiple, ii ii ii u I', brilliant und' readable book Unit thu wnr bus called forth. Amusement ns well as instruction may bo found in every pire, ns graphic detail, brilliant wit, and snthenlic .history, are skillfully interwoven in this work or literary art. Send for Ciri'nlsrs nnd see our terms, nnd a full desci iiiliim of the w nk. Address JONU3 imOTIIKUS CO., .IS I Cincinnati, 0. Washington Woolen Mills, KEAIt ItEVNOI.DS' MILLS, MAUMEE CITY, OHIO. 110BEUTSON, UURllITT & CO. UESr ECTl'ULLY inform their friends snd pat rons iu Luoas nnd ndjoininz counties, Hist they have oil hand the largest and must substan tial stuck of WOOldCN OOODS ever till't-red in Northwestern Ohio, cunsi.tiun of SINGLE AND DOUBLE SHAWLS, Plain nml Fiiney Doublo and Twist Cns-tiiinero.-i, ! iliuoral Skirts, Meltons, Tri cn, Ladies' Cloth, lMttin und Fuuey l'laid Flannels, till wool, Plain nnd Twilled Sheet Inga, Ulikets, Jeans, Slocking Yarn, cto. IVIiiolt Tlniy OlFiT iii EuliMs'r fur Wool or C;isli. Our machinery is nil new and of the most im proved description. We are prepared to do Hull Carding, Carding and Spinning, manufacturing on shares nr by tho yard. Wool for itolls or Carding nnd Spinning must bo tub-washed and picked, iu order to insure good work. Thankful for tho liberal patronage received in the p. ml, would say to our old customers, and all others who may see lit to patronize us, that wo have, at great expense, lilted up our Mill n ith the best machinery that could bo got, and secured tho services of skillful and experienced workmen, so that we are enabled tn do work in a stylo hitherto unsurpassed in the country. UOllEuTSOX, ltunniTT A CO. Maumee City, July 24, 1867. IS 23 33 NTON'S PINE TREE TAB TKOCHES, For tlio Imnieilinto Keliof nud Speedy Cure of (loughs, Uolds, llmirso hom, Soro Throat, JJront-hitis, TinMing in tho Throut, Catarrh, etc., to., etc. RELIEF OBTAINED IN FIVE MINUTES. 1ri!I.IC Speakers snd Singers will find these Troches invaluable for uti-uiigi heniug and clearing the voicj, and allaying all irritation of the Throat and bronchial Tubes incident to vocal exertion. As they contain no Opium or any thing iu the least injurious to tho moat delicate coiiatitiiliou, they c m he taken as freely an neci-s-s iry. Slight Colds, Concha, Hoarseness snd Sore Throat, which readily ) h id to the Pire Tree Tar Troches, should be checked immediately, and bo fore the iutUuini.ition reaches ttie Itronchial Tubes snd bungs, which would produce bronchitis Slid Consumption. The valuable medicinal properties of tho Tar ol the White Pino Tine sre almost uni versally known, and is regard -d as one of the best remedies for all disuasea of the Thrust and l.uiil'f. Il s.Hithcs nnd alliysall irritation, re duces itiflanini ition, and has s peculiar and marked Im-iii licisl clK ct oir the Organs of Hespiralion, Tlio White Pine Tar, when rutiuud, posgnssea these vul uublo properties hi the highest degree, and has bcon combined with other valuable ingredients to form the elegant and Convenient preparation, known as " Hknton's Pjnk Tssk Tas 1 nonius." Observe the lae-siiuite of the Proprietor's signa ture on the wrapper of each box, without v-hicb it cannot ue genuine. II nton'a Pme Tree Tar Troches aro prepared only by C. O. 1IKNTOV, Chemist nnd Druggist, lil'J aud HI Detroit-street, Cloveluiid, 0. For Salo by all Druggists. rrieo-8o Cents. u I) KMDUKST'S MONTHLY MAO A- nuIrvrMUv Heknovlettffpd tht lloticl Vat lor Mufitimo ot Attitm t IcvoirJ to OrWluftt 8to n, I'tHMiii, tUeU-h, Arclmutur ft ml Mu.UI I'ut tjues, Ui'UtchoUl Utln, tlfiu of Tlioutit, Prraoual fttnl i.Ufrary itoctip hclmlih( tpvcial tt.fcrtmint on rAinitiuj;, itiit uc won ou iimauh, Musvc Aiuuse ntejiu. tlr,fc hy th htK tiibai, and rafutljp tlui tiAU-a with costly nitrVHigj, full it, uful anl r lifttile t'Attern. KmiMoiiliH i, auJ a coitsiaul tucci ion of aniatlc oovctliei, wltb otUr useful aud tutor Uiiui( litt-mtur- No irion uf reflucment. economical houwl rV, or U.ty of tatt rau adord to do wiHtout 1h Modal Mouthly. b'Aifle' ooie Kt cunt; hack mimbra, at pcvaawni, iu ciit; iiur utailvtl frvt. Yfarl $4, with a iiiat'lo prvnnam; two aojMea, AO; tttret cotc,9T; Avcii. aud tludld rm- iuui fr clu' at ch,mlth tht flrnl rmtuuii to each titacrtlir t " Wheeler h Wllaon few. i Hi Ma chin for auticritrt at tnch Addr W. JKNNiNUtt DKMOKKSr, No. ?& Hroadway, Nw York. Ptcmoreit't Monthly nud Youitg iutt'tic togtthcr $1, wttk (U )rmiuui for ewa, DKMOKKST'8 YOUNG AMERICA, the bvst Juvfnllt llcilnc. Krery Boy and flfrl that tea it aayt ao; all Ui Trtsa aay ol and Tartntt nd lcaoarra counrm it. I Hutfalt to cur a coy. A yood M ioraCAt, with a tilaaa Cyl inder tn cuurtne it v Inn uujvota, or ft ftoml two ttldvd )cxrl I'ocait't K nlf, aud a lartio nurul vr vt other il urattlc article. Ivd at prfruiuui to each tuucrih- r, orly, Q t. Tu hioviutcr huuihvr Com tuinct a itcw volum. i'u'Uhod uy W. JKNNIN'tJS PKMORIST, 4 llroadway, K Vork. Try It, Itoya and GirW. J?ic.liiivu co'lc, flvu tenia, lua'U-xl frv. o TONTOGANY ADVERTISEMENTS. S. W. WillTMOUE & CO., TO.VroUAXY, OHIO, tn&Liaa is; Staple nnd, Fancy DRY GOODS. Hats, 'sps, Hoots, , 8 hoes Iron, .. Nails, Uluss, DltUOS & MEDICINES, Oils, Painifl, " i- Dyo Stuffs, . i'amily Medicines, Perfiirajrics, - Notions, &c, &o. Fiirnituro of All Kinds, at Toledo prices. ' ' PROVISIONS AND FLOUR, Of the bost qustity, nt the loo-eat mill price. I-Sf The abnvo Goods havo boen bought low for cash, selected with the groatest care, and will be sold, at thn very A-w Pricn. Call and exain ing heforo purchasing elsewhere. THEY' ALSO IIA.VE A FIRST-CLASS STEAM SAW-MILL, and am well prepared to supply bills of LUMBER with pruiuptilude, snd at the lowest rates. AI4 ' DOORS, SASH & BLINDS, In fact, almost everything required fur Building purposes. Tunlognny, February 1, 1807. izz Xj. HLA015:, Tontogiuiy, Ohio, DKALRIl IN PURE DRUGS & MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS & DYESTUFFS, Glass & filassuarc, PEUFUMEltY, FANCY ARTICLES AND NOTION3, Puro Wines and BwnJios, (For Medical purposes) PATENT MEDICINES, ETC. Very fine assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES, As low as ean bo purchased for cash. Letter, Cap, Wall nnd Window Papora, Puns, Pencils, Superior Inks, And all other articles usually kept by Druggists The shove articles havo been bought low for Cash, selected with great care, nud will bo war ranted as represented and sold at the very lowest cash price. tV Physicians' Proscriptions Cure fully Compounded. N. II. Likewise Agent for thnso sterling Insu rance Companies the Hartford Fire, of Hartford, aud the Suit Insurance Co. of Clevelnud. . TouUigany, February 2, 1807. 41zi MAllTIN WARNEll, TontOKnny, Ohio, MANUFACTUUER of snd Denier in Saddles Harness, Collars, Trunks, llri- fiV O dies, Whips, Halters, snd in fact al-ftrft-;? most every article connected with xJ'k' the Siiridlery nnd llsrness depart ment, in the iimniifucturo of which is used the very best of stock in the market. None but the best of workmen aro employed nun mi oruera nueu oy llio lime spcciueu. l'RICES LOW, and all work tnndo according w coiuraut, una fvurrsmea 10 give saiismction. Carriiigo Tiimming and Repairing Done to order aud promptly attended to. A good assortaieut of SADDLERY HARDWARE On hand. Call and sea for yourselves before pur- cuiisiiik eiaewiicre. tjT Hides, Gr.iin and almost every article of rurm pioouce luKcu in exchange. EST" Uoods sent frea of charge to any point on lue naiiruau. 41sx R. M. GILFILL AN'S Wholosalo and Retail FURNITURE MANUFACTORY IT T0XT0GANY, OHIO. The undersigned ia prepared to manufaetura all Kinds ot CABINET WARE, Of Good Seasoned Lumber, and will keep constantly on haul a stock of well m a da Drosslng-Burcaua, BctUtcajls of every style, Extensioa-Tablea, ami otlier stylos together with all other claasea of which 1 warrant to be good, and will sell as cheap as eaa be bought in Toledo. You will do well to give me a call befors going there to buy, aa 1 feel eeruiu that 1 can . Suit you ia Quality and IMco, ao that you eaa save yenr expense' to tha city. t rAll orders filled prumptl and carefully .- ' . COFFINS MADE TO ORDER FUNERAL? ATTENDED PROMPTLY GIVE ME A CALL. 11. M. ttlXFlLL.tN. Teutngauy, February 1, 1S67. Hu. HASKINS ADVERTISEMENTS. MEAL FEEDS HOMINY MILLS 1IASKINS, OHIO. AMES ft WORTH are prepared to do enstom Grinding for the Farmers of Wood county more promptly tban any other mill In this vicinity. Always on hand and for sale or eichango fur Grnin, Coarse slid Fine Meal, Chop Feed and Floor. AMKS A WORTH aro always. in the market buying sll kinds of Drain snd Farm Produce, nnd paying better prices than any other market In Wood oonnty. SEED WHEAT. AMES A WOKTII, of Hasklns, Wood ennn ty, O., are prepared to supply ths Farmers of this eounty, and the surrounding country with the Ci-lehrtitt-d Ten Wlicut, For seed this Spring. This Wheat commsnds from Millers for flouring, shout Forty or Fifty Cents per bushel more than other Spring Wheat, and has a tipton reputation as a hardy and large viclding kind of Wheat ; and being iniKirtcd from S'orthern lows, tho change from a more northern climate, as all experienced Farmers are aware, will improve tho qnnlily nnd quantity produced. The Farmer ha I better pay two prices for this Wheat than sow tho ivln-nt raised in thin country. We arc also prepared to supply tho Milwaukee Club, raised in Wisconsin. All those who want Wheat of us will please notify us as soon as pos sible, so that we can make our arrangements fur the proper amount required. We sro slso prepared to Sell or loan Flnx Rood, to supply all tbo Farmers in this county. llaskius February 16 .1307. i.iix II o ! For the fbcap Ready-pay Store! llaskins, Wood County. IEAfJbF.S A CUXNIXO have On hand a large snd varied stock of Merchandise for the Fall and Winter trade, and now offer superior induce ments to all prompt-paying customers. Their (iooda have been bought with especial at tention to thu iv ii nts of this community, therefore, they most respectfully invite nn examination of the quality and prices .of their (iuods, promising to am,, good bargains. The following comprises a part ol their stock : . Pry Goods, fliiiccries, I toots nnd Shoes, Huts and Caps, Farming Touts, IJmgs, Not ion a, Stationery, Wooden Wsro, Tin Were, Stone Ware, ' Ghiss Ware, Hardware, Patent Medicines, School Honks, Ac., Ac., Ac. Which will be sn'd for Cash, or IN EXCHANGE, For nny nr sll of these, wo w ant Egsrs, Thitlcr, bard, iteesivnx. Feathers, Old llrass. Copper and Iron, l'sper, Itups, or nlniost nnytliing you have to sell. Ureenbacks not refused. . FEAGI.K3 & CUXNINd. Iliiskins, November 15, 18117. 4iiz HASKIHS PLOW FACT. RY; ffnE suhscribers hnving dttad up 1 an establishment for the ninnu fuctiire of Steel I'lon s, nru now pie pured to supply tho Farmers of V ood county with the very best STEEL PLOWS, nnd Two-Shovel CULTIVATORS Having, had many years' experi ence in manufacturing Plows in Mit chell & Suns' Plow Factory nnd other works, we nro coufident we can turn out a Better Flow than any in the County REPAIRING, Done promptly and In the most thorough manner. fSf All our woik warranted satia f.imory, or no sale. T'Et'ASS k DKDACIlEn. Ilsskins, February 20, 1807. 43za B. F.. DAVISi Tvl. D., Physician and Suraeon, (Late Assistant Surgoon iu the Sth Ohio Cavalry) 13 PERMANENTLY LOCATED AT Toiitoaiiy, Wood County, O. MISCELLANEOUS. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, For all the purposes of a Laxative Hedioina. Perhaps no one medi cine is so universally re quired by everybody us a cutliiiriiu, nor was ever nny bel'oro so universal ly ndopted into use. In every country und unions nil cl.isses, as this mild hut eilicieut pui'Knlive J'i7. The obvious rea son ir, that it i i a more i-c- ' "" . liablo und far nioro eO'eo. "Cws tual remedy tlmn liny -rt r' 1 -"7,, other. Tlioso who have tried It, know that it cured tnem ; those who liuvo not, know that it curei tlu-ir iici;riiliors nnd t'rieiuls, nnd nil know Unit what it does once it does always that ii nevoi- fails thmn-rh any fault or nestle -tof its composition. Wo have thousands upou thou, s inds ot certill.-ates of their remarkable cures uf tho lollowiiiar complaints, but siu li cures are known iu cverv noiijlibo, hood, aud we need not publish tiiem. Ailaited to nil ai-s and coniliti-Jiis in all climalos; containiii'; nbitlior ralnmel or nny deleterious di n:.', tliey may be taken with safety by anybody. Their sugar coaling preserves the.n ever fresh and make. them pleasant t t take, whil i hein purely veetalila no hui-in can nriso from Uieir use in any ipiantity. They operate liy their poM-erful hifluem-o on Iho lulein.il viscera to purify the blood and stimul ate it Into healthy ii' tioii ro.hava llio ob ,tni -lions of tha Htoina,-li, bowels, liver, nnd other onrnns of tho bodv, i-estoriiijt llieii- irreirular action lo licallh, mid liy correcting, wherever tliey exist, such dcruii;;u nients as arc the ll-st origin of di -oaso. Milium diivctioiis nro given in tlm wrapper on the box, for thu following complaints, wliLh thesj Villa rapidly core: For k.vi-Kl. or Inillir.-tton, K,lt!pa ueiaa. Languor nnd ft.ti.sa tf A(tce, ttiey sliout.l be taken moderately to btiaiulate lliu sto;u-n'-h and restnw its ho iltby tone and action. For Liver '4intt;itnt and its various symp toms, Kiliitu llcailuctae. Mlt-k llcaJ.tctio, Jfuuuilii-ei or SVrr-M Sii-Wni'M, iftitluus C'ulic and lKiEiou s'ci-4n, they should be ju diciously Likeu for each case, to convi-t llio diseased action or veinovo the obstrut-tions wliieh cnuse it. For IS.rsent.ry or 15lar-llue), but ouo mild doe is peticrally required. For lllii'umat!:ii, ut, Crayrl. Ppl t lllon uf th lle.trt, I'alit tn tho Siiclo, llnck and E.olna, they sbouid bo continuously taken, as reipin-ed, lo cliaiii the diseased action o'f the 8ystcui. Willi such cuuugu Uio.,e complaints disappear. For Iropy anil !rojMtcil Swrlliasr tliey sliould be l iken in hirj;o und IVcqueut dose to pru-diu-e the cnV-t of a drustic purjre. For Natirsaiaa a lnru-e dose should he taken aa it produce Iho ilosired ell'oci bv sympalliv. As a Kiinu-r I'M. tako one or two I'ill lo pro. nioto di gestion ami relievo the stomach. An occasional dose Mnnulalos the atnmach and bowels into lie-.llhy action, restores tho apiet:t, and invigorates the system. Hence it is often ad vantageous where no serious ilernngctncnt exists. One who ic,. Is lolcrsbly well, oil en ttnds that a iloso of these J'i7 makes him feel decnlislly better, from their cleansing ami ix-uovatiuj; effect ou Uio diges tive apparatus. . VJC. J. C. AVER CO., Pnttitleal ChemUtt, XOWISLL. MASS., V. 8. JL. SOLD BY Peck A rtsmilton, Perrysburjj l. Itlsck, Toutogany ; A. J. (lardner iti Co.i Gilesd ' ' Kua & Atkius. Weston:-' S. L. Uoughton, Howling Green, and by all m aicr ererrwticre. zuu M.IM.00D: Uow Lost, How Restored. last ptthtlshtit, new tlitton nf Tlr Culver- writ I'vlubritled i:uy on tL ijf KaBltaL t'U KC t W ItJlfUl 10 1 1) r ) Ot PfKK M4 TORRUtKi, r l ml 11 a I Weak nv. or lovol-n jfK tar j fteminul l.o4. Iftfoifciinv.atonlal and f J S-V Physical lncMpaciiy, lmeituif tits to alar- ss.T?rmiriWitfC, vto ; lo. Cqnsi nrrios, Kr mi sv and Kits, induced by slf-iudultic or ktxual aklrars- tnr. t y Prtc, In scale) anTdops, only 6 esitts. lh csisbrated author, in this adiuiisitu tssay, eloarly Utfwonstratvs, from ft thirty; ymr success rul prctica, that ths alarwtiitf consvqusncss of sulf aausa ntay bf rudtvally cursrl wilhual tho tlanfrous nso of intvrnal msdicino, or tho application of tho inifi poiutiuc out ft aautio of ouro at onco sininlo, carta in aud sllcctual. by utaans of which tvery sufferer. snaitor what bis condition may be, may euro himself enrapty pnyaieiy ana k a pk ally. tf This Lecttir stt.-ulj ! ia the hands wf tvery tut under sval.iu a plain euvcioio, to any address r.irio oa rutibt of six ceuts, vr too pust-stampa. nu,ni .vwiiviaiiii a aaiiirf VfUIilU, pr IV CVU IS aiius m puiitnvr!i. uu AB.J.t.Kl INK At t'O., ioas Uowcr, Ntj Xotki PustutLcq tux 4At I I i ' TOLEDO ADVERTISEMENTS. OH YF.AHSt F.IM.IIK.S r-RIMOM ' CUKK8 WAKKAJtTKI).-nsi-!D MSl'KS satory. Kslabllshcd on the Fotetpn Flan. ., Ia Myers' Itlock, Monroe-street, Toledo, Ohio.. A PERMANENT INSTITCTIOS. . The nndcrsijtned rslla the attention of those in tercsted to the fact Uial '-. i..i.. ..i.i:..i..j....:.ri i W f ";r:-'7TT of rooms iu .Myers' Block, '--ri - on Monroe -street, a refru 'f-jMyl'r .W lispnatory for tha r 1 T H rr ill; tiuo cninui isiivu nil llu lCvv -,nlT'X'rc'meni ami pirmaneni s K' SSi' cure of all known rRIVATE DISKASE3 whether of recent nrijrin nr of long standing tn S-'jr&r HALF OR FEMALE. - The success which as attended the practice t( th j undersigned in thetreatmentnfdiseases com-' inff tinder the above head, ia sufficient ruarantca that what ho undertakes he performs, and in ovory esse effects a radical cure. l'rivnte rooms aro provided where consultations can be procured in the atrirtrst confidence. General office over No. 34 and 3(1 Monroe-street first room to llio right et the top of tho stairway, over Cornucopia. All letters containing a remit tance or postage-stamp promptly answered. ( l-"0fiice hours from 10 lo 4, nnd from 7 to (L Call on or address It. U. TYMI'A NY, M.l). 3z Toledo. Ohio. N." W.-'ttdily, Dealer in HATS, CArS. FURS, ROBES. UMBRELLAS, ETO. NO. 128 SUM il IT STREET, Szi Tolt'do, O. II. COOK, Dealer in WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY, No. 173 Summit-street, Toledo, Ohio. Citizens of Perrysbnrg and of Wood Connty who have Watches, Clocks, or Jewelry to be re paired, will have their orders executed in a prompt and satisfactory manner. 3r.t BltO.il U iriiU SHOUT LINE. ATLANTIC'S GRSAT WESTERN 11 A I Ij W A Y ! " ' -VIA- ' I'-"'' C5.CIX Tl, nrlllllANAtortiAMON, or M A.S-n:i.J, nr (XKVIXAltU, or COitllY, or SAli.VMANCAi " TO Oil FlIOX IICW YOEK, BOSTON, ' riTTSBURCr, I'll I L A DKLrill A, . liAIriMOUK, nn-' WASHINGTON CilY. This & tlio onlr Route to the Oil IColons of Pennsylvania ! P ASSKNfJK i 8 wlio wish Quick ami CnmfoituM Trip will oppr..'ciHte the HmoHth nnd Prrfect Trwji, the Luxurious l;iy Curs, and the Mnniftcftit 81cov ing Coaches, Hie Kxcellent Diiifng Hultn. with anijde time fur Munis, und the Prompt Time and Sure Cub net'iiutia of tho Atlantic & Great Western Railway Fare as Low nml Time an Hutch. aH by asy olhtr Itoula. 'I'll roil sll Tickets nnd ItncffHKe Checks, No. -J.:l Itroailway.Ncar York; No lSlwle slrert aad to Sclinol-atrect. Iloton; Ilcpot and Vnten Oficcs. Clevi-lanil; No. Ofl Clark alri-el, CKicacoa Ciacia nati, at No. bit IV out Fourth-atiert: N. K. cor. Ilroa'' way anil Kront-slrctts; 115 Viue atrcel; at U. 8. Malt t'lne .Slcaiucra Liuiiliug foot of Vine alreet, snd ut Neir l'HSon((er Depot of OiBilsaall, llamlllon di a.vlnn Kallivajr In Loainville.at & VV. corner Malu ami Tbi nl-streets, anil 'ifl Fonrta-atrcet, and at tbs Offices of Connectinfi T.lns. I.. I. KITKDIt, OenM Snrt. 11'. B. fllAT'iVV, (icn'l Ticket ArbuI. 43 MICH. SOUTHERN & ti. I. It. R. ON ana after Momt.-ir, April 21), llii. PaMenilcr Trains will l.RAVK TOLEDO DA1LV (dLMli.YS rm-srrsD). aa followa : MAIN LINE. Iir30 A. 71., Mail to Chicago. 7: tO P. .TI , Night Kxprcaa to Ctiicaco, with Bleep ing Car. ATU LINK. 12110 A 11. (except Monday morning) Nljlit Ex' prons to Chicagv. 11S33 A. HI. Day Mull to Chicago. DETItOlT. . . 7:20 a. m 3:301. m. , 7:13 r. nr.. JACKSON. 11:30 a. ui. 7:10 P. W. '' All trntna run hy Chtcag time SO minales alowar than Toledo time. - . TRAINS ARRIVE: Main Llio, 8:4U A. M. and 4U&V. M. Air Line, 1 :3U A. M. anil 43& P.M. Iletroil. 9:15 s. M.; I9::MI and 8.SU P. M. ' Jackaon,e:4U A. M. and4:43 P. M. CIIAS. K. HATCH, General Sort. O. P. Lslasd, Oeu. Pass. Agent, S ' ITS EFFECT 13 ITIIK AC UliO.US. The old, the young, the middle aged unit to praise HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR REN EWER. It la nn entirely new aclentino dincovery, combining many of the most powerful ami restorutio ugenta in ttie vegetable kinydoin. We have audi conflJence in Ita morita, ami nra ao sure it will do nil wo claim for it, that we oiler - 51,000 Reward If the Sicilian Hair Peskwub doca not give taU isfnctlun iu nil casca much used in strict accord ance with our Instructions. , HALL'S Vegetable Sicilian Jlalr Jtenctver has proved Itself to ho the -rnof t perfect preparation for the lluir ever oll'ored to tbo public. - It la a vegetable rompound, and contains ro Injurloua projwrtics wliutever. " It is not a lve, it strikes at the Root and fiils tlio glands withu'evr life aud coloring mutter. JX WILL Jtr STORE a RAT JIA1R TO ITS OUIOISAL COLOR. II trMI htep tha Ilatr from faHlng out., ' It cUanr$ th Rralp, an tne thm Ha If SOrT. LlSlliOlStASJiSILKEX., IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING jj ' No neraon. old or Tmnr should fail to n It. Il it rtcummtiHlnl in.7 uitU by tin ICAL AVWOaiTY. Xtf Auk for II all' a Vegetable Sictliah IIaim Penkitlk, and tuko no other. i , . . , ., The rropTletom offer tlni Pictmak ITaisi Ita Mwtii to the publlo.eniirelvoonliileut ttuu it will brinn back the lialr '. -lgiinU color, promote ite prow lb, and in nearly all cases whera it has .altera olT will roaturo tt unlets the pereou is Tory aged. II. I. HALL. & CO. Proprietors, . ' JWuAna, IT. H. .' " ' rjr Sold by all DruggUta. AN EXCELLENT OFFER nnnwttiD I'. rrTMb nrr Journal if I2i wi iU fur- 1 US IM H O 111 ll? - I " r iiifth the two fr 'i 60. ti.m iJ th Saturday Kreninfir rnat la t 50 Joairnal (1 : we a ill rur.iv.h the two fur S 40. ... TI... .rla of C.illi.c'a I.ili'a itcNik la tS PC I ' - - - J ' T - J 11... P. lrvslilil Juurual II I e Will lUt uitb thv two fur 1 ill,