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Scientific. Important Experiment. njntpnj tu,l of i-x(iorMnpt, - In asoerhwn .StiOjd ormprHliv evaporation iowVt)(1ft')1( twO iMtinra, wore UMy nislf"1' t;,.'StiirWn)if.lr.,,a tho" rolling iwillit&MMlirav fiiak Ai rubers., df IliKctt, Prussia. Tlioityi Uiilrs wera cncli fivo feel -flianiolor and 84 fool lone, emi li ucldd to tilnnfl nv mmiiUorn ''over"' lrrartr'. ' On W tnnrl or wronuM li'mi, mid oilier of ft cnnt-atool. Tlio thick-lieaw-orHh tiilf a of li cy-liinlrlciil limtioits of Hi tron-tniiliT' was 0.50 of (nn inch, nml nf wrtdrtrelbolW il .33 'f tin. inch. KaeU'timlt tl licatiim mlffiice l 9.1 fiMt"'fff. nd 1S ri'iar' Irot of urate) mirfieft.-''1 Ooth" wore tio, timl linl'ner-r ln?eMlirfur6'lid!tieti. 1 They wem tit ' (illhii In Mirk otr;,' one nlidvo 'the ntlior, tint t-iitTrdry ar-pftrufrid ly mnaonry tlm p;tiNoofi jiriWrtefVof TOrabrtMion fitviseil tliiaotirin niio'(lUoirulcrnenlli tlio liuil'r,iiJ passci! Int. ,lji muni) chimney.' At first Ivith linil crdfvi-'cro lilloil, nml fires kept iinlir lliotn ii)r,eveiiil rliij-s i" onlor to Aty tlio, lu ick worjc,. ttftor vvliioli tlio Urea wuro cxtin piiisliud aul Ihu builora cmptioil ami clean il.i Kaoli lioilur tliou received exactly ,712 cubic font of food wutor at 3ft 0 C, toinptr nl ure tlio man holes wero lIoso'I, ami Iho water-wait lioatcd to Ilia boiling point, npiin tlia fires were . put out, nml nil Ihu nsl'liil WisIs taken Ivwoy. , from tliis poirtl til Jvvlie Wer firoil all cull, and led with' WnlrltKf fuel lia mnii holes hitherto ki'll clrri, were now oponnd to allow tlio ritoam to cHcupc; and tlio firing so well rvp, nUteil, by Montis of dumpers, Hint llin vn. louity of the oaenpiiiR alcum dnetisiireil by Iiial'tfi Vvlocimotur wnnx the sumo in c.iifli lioHpfs -Tlte tesnpernliiro of tlio gumma from tlicvJUe yi&4 luonstiro, nt a point six foot Irom tlio rear end of uncli boilrr, by lliuml liitl'a Pyrnnwtor, and found to vnry from 3K)-to 8f0O. .- - v ftor ,coiilflmin on cttch p;rnto 3,1 SO juiiiihU ut coul of tlio aauio (ilidity.tiio cin tiers of which woro biirnod ovor,in;d over niiuv tlio liroa put out, uud tlioinaii-lfnliiH fhmixf; On the following tiny tlio tonmin jin water of the boilorB, ahowiiiff ft' torn jioiiitmo of 35 dogiooa C, wnir lot out thioU;li tlio oinptyin luho, Hit,u;ilcd ut lliu jowi'Ht part of the boiler, nml motitmrod by inonmtof a hydromctrr niliit'lrd o the tiibi', 'J'hti li'oti boiler allowed 387 cubic foe't', uud llie aluil boiler 33L cubic feel of tlio io liinlning feed-wittor. Th.'ieforo the water I'Vftporated in the iroii boiler was 712387 325 cubic fee t, or, 20,Ofi5 pounda; mid llint ovaporatud in tho Htcel boiler wns 112 33L3SI cubio foot, or 23,023 pnundm Hence the evaporating capacity wan proved to be 17.20 wt coiit. in favor of tlio Btool 1m1rv Ono pound of conl evaporated in Iho iron boiler 0,.'l."i() poiimbi of wutnr, and the. elcel . boiler 7,1 ti 7 pounds of waler nt 100 degroea U. At tlio next triul tho wliolo oporutioii waa performed in tlio aanio manner, only tlio velocity of tho caoiipinx alcani wim Ichh. It resulted in show inn 19-62 por cent, in favor of tho sa-ol bollor. One pound of conl cviiporatod iu (ho iron boiler 0,809 pouudx, mill ii, tlio stocl boiler 7,003 poundi of water. . These two experiments were verified In 1 lie folbiwinjj: maiiiloi' : To an equal qimn tity ol fiio bwator in citoh boiler uud equal voltmt of ft i'rotig Rolntinn of unit was R.Med. After etii inn tlio wutur fir eome lime, by moans of lon poles, mid boiling it with ' Alnsod 'limit bolt's, sainplee were t.ikan out for future analysis. On coniplol ing this experiment' lit which equal -quantities of fuel and water wore used, further rMiruploa wore lukeil out, -Tho nuulysid of the Biunplea by Dr. List, of llagen, showed thai in the iron bdiltfr one quart of water chntin(f7betor-evaporation, 4,027 (tram iiicb of tholorido of sodium, and ullur 5,l)H"i; in the- ateel boiler one quart colitainod 4,371 grammes before, and 7,383 grammeu of aalttifler evaporation ;. the iron boiler Ust 33.76 quarts, and the steel boilor 40.81 quarts of water, showing 20".8ft per cent, in favor of tho bitter. Tlio average por conl ago ot these, threo experiments is IS 2 1 percent, iu favor of the steel boilor, whiulV it will be noted had a Rholl 33 per cent, thinner than that, of tho wioiight-irou boiler. ' - ' Facts About the Sun. The sun is distant from the earth 92,000, 000 of miles, ita diaiueter.il 850,000 miles, or moro Uiati oue (luudrod liinei that of the earth. If placod where the earth is, its circumfi'cnco would not only includa the iiionn, which is 230,000 miles from the earth, but would reach out past it nearly ns far again. A man standing on the eun would be crushed (hit by his own weight if he could stand tho heat long enough. The heat of tho sun's surface is e qual to that which would bo pruduccd by burning nix tons of coal per hour on each square yard. It is very much greater than would ho required to molt any mctula known on earth, The most brilliant light that can bo umuufautured by chemists looks liko a Mack spot if contrasted with the sun. Tho outer surfaco of tlui sun is eonipoRed of scales about tho shape of a willow leaf, nml perhaps 1,000 miles long. It is theso that give out tho light uud heat. A great ilistauue below this outer coat thero is a layer of dark clouds, probably motalic. Again thero is a great spaco, ami then an other layor of still darker clouds, likely of the same material ; aimlher great inter val, and then solid surface of the sun. The, sun travels about a million of miles a day, nnd yet in tho last two thousand years it has not travuled one sixtieth part ol tho nearast star. In fact, thero is hardly any )orceptiblo change in its position among tho stars, ono of which Sirius is laviro enough to mako two or threo hundred like it. Vvmicnfihl from llcrtchet s Lecture, Common Follies. ' Many foolish things are done every day by persons who think themselves wise. Terhaps no follies are more common than these l To think that tho more a man eats the fatter and stronger ho will become. To believe that the more hours children study the faster they learn. To conclude that if vxeroiae ia good the more violent it is the more good ia done. To imagine that every hour taken from sleep is an hour gained. To acton the presumption that tho smallest room in tho bomta is largo enough to sleep in. To argue that whatever remedy causes one to feel immediately bettor is good for tho system, without regard to more ulterior effects. To eat withnut .au appetite, m to centinue to eat after it has been satisfied, inertly to gratify the taste. To eat a hearty upper for the pleaauro experienced during the brief time ot passing down the throat, at the expense of a whole night of disturbed sleep and a weary waking iu the morning. An Observatory on Mont Blanc. A French paprr ssya M. Dollns Asuet lias determined to erect a i hslet on the sum mit of Mont Hluno and establish therein meteorological observatory, which will therefore be placed at an altitude of 4 800 metres above the ordinary level of the cat th. Two guides, punt and supported by M. A euet, will spend the summer in this glacial habitation for the purpose of making mete orological observation, lim ing a period of twelv mouths thre guides were kept ut the expense ol this savunt in a ohulvt on the Col d St. Theo ml, at an altitude of 3 S00 metres, or more than 2,000 feet above St. Uerriard.' Th Scientific American recommends I'aris Green as uu efleolual destroyer of cockroaches. A correspondent says I eaw it tried at a hotel in this city, and it cleared the place of. these pests. Care Should be taken iu its use, lo keep it nut of ths way of vltjidieu, as it is poisonous. An Observatory on Mont Blanc. Our Scrap Book. THE GIRL FOR ME. BY SLOCUM SLUGS, Esq. Ti t mn (rr ftn"tf ft f ' f j-'Wtlo nprlite 'mid the td'I'l? 4in?e-1 'l Vim senrmi f-mr Wi)tiii, yrt - iv Wnnlil fi-V to chnin yon nl a (rlnneo Who. Inivini wmi yinir willinR hoart, Willi liuiiiuilonU soil mtill' nti, Sifett, WoiiW tw ij set the IriitrftV, prt, ' ,' J Anil il.nh 1 1, blcwling, at licr fuel I Nor tell mo of the stplilnpr drone, With form coihon'mimI, nnd features pale. Who Sftviiiis to the pl.ino'l lone,' J ' (r cl.ns o'er Hntno Inre-sh-k bile. N"r vet, of her with plmllotr niimt, Wfm ks no' Ix-mity lint In lire m Who lliinki Hint woiimn was ilunignuil , ltot iHra help- but to caross, i lint aivo tho Imppy pill totnin, WhoKo lir r.ih.Vr-l1 wnrs a sinilft Whonn iniinl from nil deceit li fn-o, Ami llimigh s that ne'er perlnYiif Jnilf noKU uriiiH(nenro s ns piiru nn poow, , An l lieivrt .as truo flu.iemperert ntnelr-t-... r WhoM oliiitf ti on,.tlirouith anil ar Itikn lor niirkn tn a ni'i'jrr'ti hat I A Eulogy of Woman by Mark Twain. At tho dinner given by th'e! Oorrtqrtfnl- ruts' Club ut WaHhitiglort.oriHrttiirdHyliiiglil, Murk Twain wns called, nn to respond to the iihiuiI to.iht, to ", W'oiuun,", which he did iu tho lollowing cluiractoriBtio stylo : ' Mr. rresidotit : I d, not know why I should bavo been singled out to recoio thogrealcsl di(iticlitu . "f( the. cvoiiing.-r-, torso tho iiflleo iif roplyiiig to tlio toast b woiinui has been regarded in every. age ,.ip!aiHo I do not know why I'hiive icceived this ilin tiiietion, unless it bo that I am a trillo Ions homely than tho othtir iiiuinhois of tho club. l;nt lie this suit limy, Mr. I'resideut, 1 am proud ol' tlio posi lion, and you could not havo cIiohcii any ono who would havo accepted It more gladly, or labored with a linartiur good will, to- do tho subject justice, than 1. ; lie cause, ajr, I lovo tho sex. ll.iiughtcr. 1 lovo all' llih wolneii, sir, irr'oHpoetiVo' ol ujjo or color. (I-aughior. . ,'i A (I " lluiuan iutolligciico cannot CHlimalo what v6 6we to woman, sir.- Rho sows' Mi our buttons liiughlei , slid mends nur clothes lailghlsr, she riiies m'lii at llie tdiiiich luirs --ah8 eofifidos ii ilk ; she tulU us whatever she ciiu find out ubotit the litllo private nlViiis tif Iho neighbors ; she gives its good udViuo and plonty of it; gives us a pioco of her mind sometimes and sometiliH'S nil of it ; f ho soothes our aching brows j sho bears our ehildreii ouih us a gemiral Uniig. In all Iho Vela lions of lile, sir, it is but just and a grace ful Irihiilu lo woman to say of her that bIic is a brick. 'Jreat laughter. " Whercsoevor you place woman, air iij whatever poaition or estate sho ia an in iiaiiitiit to that place hIio occupies, and a treasi'.ru lo tho world. Hero Mr. Twain paused, htoked iilquil iugly at his bearers, and remarked that the upplailso should conm in that point. Itcamoin. Mr. 'lvuln lesiimed his eulogy.) Look at tlio noble naines of history 1 Fiook at Cleopatra ! look at debdeinona! look at Florence Night ingnle Inuk at Jonn of Are.! look at 'JVicro- tin Ibirgiul f Disapprobation expressed, 'Well,' said Air. Twain, scralchfng h"s head doubtfully, ''suppose wo let l.ucretia slid,n,'t Look at Joyce llelh"!' dimk' (it Mother I'lve! ('ries of 'Oli!' '01i!' Vuu need not look nt her unless you want to, but. (.-niid Mr. Twain relloglivoly, after a pause,) Kvo was ornamented, sir ; pilrlioti larly before the fashions changed I I re peat, sir, look nt tho illustrious nam -s of history. Look At Mho. Wi'ilu-W Machroel look at Lucy Slono! look at Eli. ibeth Ca ly Slautim ! Iridic at (ionrgo Fraticirt Train ! Ureal laughter. And, sir, I nay it with bowed, head anil deepest veneration, look at tho mother ol Washington! sho raised a boy that could not lie could not Wo, Ap plause Hut bo never had any chance. (Oli, Out It might have boon ililToront with him it 1 1 o had I olongod to a newspaper orrespondeut'B club. Lnnghler, groans, hisses, cries of '' put him out." Mark looked around placidly upon his oxcilod niidienco and resumed. " I repeat, sir, that iu whatsoever posi tion you place a woman sho is an ornament to society and a treasure lo Iho world. An a sweetheart she has a few equals and no superiors laughter! ; as a cousin sho is convenient ns n wealthy grandmothor, with an incurable distemper, she is pre cious as a wet iiurso sho has no equal among men I Laughter. " What, sir, would tho pooples of tho earth bo without woman t Thoy would bo scarce, Bir almighty scarco! Thou let us cherish her let us protect her lot us give her our support, our encourage ment, our sympathy ouri-olves, if wo get u chauco. . Laughter. ' ' " Hut, jesting aside, Mr. Prc.idcnt, wo man is lovable, gracious, kind of heart, beautiful worthy of all roHpcct, of .all esteem," of nil deference. Not any hero w ill refuse) to li ink her health right our dially ill this bumper of wine, for each and overy ono of us lias personally known, and loved, and honored, tho best one of them all hia own mother!" Applause. Playing the Fool, and the Law Helping the Play. Miss Julia M. Mattisou and Mr. Win, II. Howen, of Wayne County, Michigan, very "hard tun "for fun, proposed the marriage ceremony as a joke, and wailing upon a clergyman, who was not advised ot the joke, tho ceremony was performed. F. ich pal ty having carried out their silly joke icturnod lo their, respective places of residence, not treating ench other as wife and husband, but, in every respect rolaps. ing into their antenuptial condition. On being Informed that the joke was a serious one, the two sought the intervention of the court fo relieve themselves from tho cll'eot of their giil-atubboy prank. Tho wife filed the bill, and it appears the husband did not contest it. The facts showed tho marriage was tho result of a foolish ban ter cr challenge, and that the marriage had never been consummated, and that neither consideiod it exeept as a joko. Tho Judge spoko of the matter as ''a silly, yet blame worthy jest," but held that, "inasmuch us nmrriago iu this country is not a sacrament, but a more civil contract, thero must bo actual consent on tho part id each party to such contract, and if both parties mi del stand the form of words used at tho cer emony to bo a mere jest, and if thero. is no recognition of the contract subsequently, tho contract is not binding. Tiik latest idea in advertising lecturers is to publish a two column wide portrait of tho lecturer with the advertisement, just as the announcement of circuses, ambrosial hair dressing, and stomach bitters are illus trated with outs of performing jackasses, bald-headed men, and gentlemen with the belly ache " before taking " and " after ta king " the advertised nostrum. Of course. the pioneer in thin now dodjre has a " sweet pretty face. . Mks. rAUTixcxoN reading an account of a railroad accident, was much surprised to learn that iho engine had been driven oil tho track by one of the switches. " I should not havo thought." said she. " that the great iron engine would mind such a tiling as a little switch," " Yes, but you must remember minima," aid Ike, gravely, " the locomotive has a tender iniiimi. Ox of the most nniuiing of typographi cal errors oecurro 1 reoently iu tho New York .V.i if. A writer said " Jove do- seended to Danne in a gulden shower, and women in ttuso days expect their bus Paints to ilu much the same tiiimr." The printer made it "Job doscetidel to Pin nl," etc. IT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. RrTrKt I ti 0 it ' S 0 1 1 riU" t Vif is li lis" -H ! V, or his lnnee, will tflko noting thai T. V,. (liiernspy has cleMwlli't In the Treasury of Wood Countv, OL KTuiir DotUri hti J HurTiM,li Cent, to rtnlt'cin the w ln.U ofthp twenty (20) foot of ncni Iiuti hi iKt nir. km'tvh i i .in inn mnii ui j- i uit T S. H. I'KlCk, As-lfior tfood C,ntr. . rerryaiiiirtt, January ls'm. ; Ci iiu .ainiMj 40,1" tirllllO'M Hill IHVtlllCd jiisnv luu, pi;jr,, -, ; Vt ooa Common rlcas, Anirelli ngollnn Hall, defend't lAngtHnn IIiltl,nyboq rrahlsiirn ! unkiiowa to lire philntilf, 'J -sth Hull, Is Aotlfld that JW ptl Hull iliil, on the 27th day of .lanunr.r, A. 1). lulls, llto Ida petition In the oll'iee of tho Clerk of the Court of twirm t"K,"ifiijn am) forThenanity nf WoStrsl"l Nlntt) hf Oli,t1iarRiti(f thesdld An gelinn Hull with being willfully absent from the said .Joseph Hall, pUinluT, fur.uriru than ihrco Veiir?, nml nsklnir tlml hu mnv uo ilivhrreif from thl. said Ah(tntlito1liilt, wtileh rntiiioh will surtd lor nonritiar at me next Itrm ot ssie Uourt. , . i l)ilni Uiis.aUU dsy .of Jiaiiary, A. I. 1808.' ' , . .lOKI'II HALT,. Hy Hi.kvim .V. IIiiown, lils Alt'rs. ' - 4(fT- Jessn JijrUiii and Jilinyl ilur..V r,.,r,a . my,'prfnrs, ihdrt-''4l4 Artn-l " l naimi. Tlio Purrvaburir Hunk. Wood Cunntr . plaiiititr, -, '' .' i' D .i Uotirtfif Oiini- vs. limn I leus. John. Van Illaroirfn and Hunry ' llinkinn. (lolnmUulH. The riefcnilanl, Slrnrv Huskina. irlio is a non roaident of Oils Mlutii.iwill tiitre netieu Hint, on Hip 2tlth ilay of Jnniiiuj-, A,). 1HHH, (hu plnintill', lesso M. Bol ton, llluil IU tiro Ollico ol llio Clerk ol hiiid ('unit, n niolinnt tn which Im ullei'i-s Hint the snid plnintill', on'tkt) 1 Itli liny of June, A. I). IS.,H, iii. tlio Jinie 1 urin of sunt teort, recfiveroit n jndg iiient a u a i mi t snid lUluodaiils for fAil (ill, wilh III ier cent, interest from snid thiti that inid jiulir nieiit is iiinevei-Ned, unsatisHud sr.d unpaid, but lias buvoiuo dm mini, nod Hint snid Jeiw) H. Nor 'ton iy now thu solo owner of said )tid(rmpit .Siiid li'l't'iiiln iIh nre reipiired to nppear on or before the 2Hlh dm- of M ueh, A. I). IHliS, and jtln--esusii why auid judgment shnuld not be revived in furor of suiit JesHO Nort'oi. 1,. II. I'IKK, 1 Asm-Mi cook, Att'ya for rrrr. ; PeiryHburg, January 30, IHrtH. KIlSIO 2j VOAO Ntl'lrfcll.lillee'is lii-retir irtv i-tS Hint 1 V- a pi'!itiuii will bu V'tiscutud U tliu Conunib- Hiniiei'H ol iv non iouniy, unio, nt tneir iiuieii Hesximi, ISCiH, iiMktog fur tlio location of a county loud, to-w it i lleinuing lit tlio iiiurter..posl "li iho noi ili lino nf suction thirty-two 2J, towii.Hhip live north of rungo nitui ' enst j Xlieneo west on or n nenr the senium lino us the 'creek will ner luit on nccoiint of bri Itfiiitf npd irnidiui; one-linlf lnile to iiili-rsi-ct tlio UiUud and Ouinva Itoud, nnd there teiininnte. ! Also nuollier rond, to-wit : l!ej;lnninp; nt tho tpnu'ler post on Hie east lino of h:M I aiv-tinii, ut the Mil rt in and Hill llond j llienee West on tlio luill' seetien linu to the center of suid eetiou, uud tliei c teiniinuto. MANY I'liTITIOM-ltS. Wusleii Tp., Jniiiiiiry 30, 1:I',3. -10,l:l TI'ACIinPT IVOTIt T.. . ti -m ." -H ' i ' ' V C. Y. Norton, pl'H. I llomre A. I.. Fowler, ,1. I'., i vs. of rort'v.ribin-ei'owiiHhiji, John T. Veny.deft. V ,! Wthid County, Ohio. On the 2Hth day of Jiimiury A. I). lSiiH, snid Jimties iisned an Order iif Allaclnnent in tbu alje e action Tor the sum jf l-'orly-live Hollars, unit l-'il-teen Hollurs costs. V,.,f,.SH)iT". l'lMi-yaliiog, January 28, larttt. . aile A' , I'll ill I'.M T adTH'll Jiuui'S II. Close,) Ueforo Arthur V. Perry, Just- vs. V iee of Hie I'enro of Middluton ,8.1). Hint Iiiiiii.) Tp., Wood County, Ohio. On tlio 1 Itli day of .luiiuiiry, ISliS, sail) .Justice issued no urdiii' of nttxiehinont iu Uio abofu netion for thu siiiii ol Five llollnrii. J. II. CLOSE. Middieton, .Inminry 22, 1R0S. aile ' ustdiivn,i-! (Sale. i IN nnrsiinnco of an order of tho I'ndintc Court of llaneeek County, Ohio, nudo on tho llllid.iy January, A. 1). I tills, iu Hie case of John It. Matey, tiiiai'iliau of Alex. II. Maley, mmW His Wind, tho undersigned w ill, on the Mth clay of February, A. I). IH'IM, nt 12 o'clock M., on the premises, of fer at luihlie sale, subject to the life i slain of said John It. Mutoy,tho lollowiug-deseribed real estate, sitaalu ill Wood Comity, Ohio, In-wit : Tlio south east quarter of section No. 21), township No. t north nuiK'e It. Tonus nf Halo Cash in hand. Appraised, subject to said life ostute, ut $i00. . . , . JOJ1N 11. MAI.KYi fliinriliaii of Alex. II. Mnley. W. J. Vanck, Att'.y for Pelitiisior. IhS.IM 7" tiiiardian's Sale or llcitl Estate. - Melissa L. lliirbee, (liinrdinu of ) Mary C. and Win. T. llarbeo, Wood County vs. ' Probate Court. Her Wards. J IN pursuance of an order of sale issued by the l'l-ohiito Court of Wood County, Ohio, ill this ciiho, 1 will oiler for sale, at the dour of tlio Court house, in Poi rvsburg, on MONDAY, February 10, 1S08, lletiveen the houis of I nnd 3 o'clock P. M., of snid il l v , thu fnlloiving described real estate, In-wit : Tlie bw 1 of section No. 23, twp 1, It'll) acres j npnruised nt $:l,i2l). The east J(i of tho northwest of section No. 85, t I, Sil acres j appraised nt 92,0:13. Tlio north part of tho southwest. i of section No. Ilj, tp 1, Sl 411 1 01) acres ; nppniised nt $7,2I. The south part of the west J, of tlie northwest 4' nf see No. M.'i, tp I, 3j acres; appraised nt $l,4lliU I'nrt of the southeast J4', east of tlio Dayton nnd Micliijf.in Railroad, soctiou town 1, U'J 81-100 acres ; iimo'itUed nt J:t,llll. Said iiliiive desaribed hinds being in the United States Ib'serye of. Tivelvo Miles Sipuire, in Wood Wood County, Ohio. " ALSO-Part of Kivur-trart No. -til, east or tlio D.iytea nnd Miehigan Uailroad, -ItiU-lOil acres j appraised at 3100. Tlio west part fractional section No. 11, twp 0, range 1(1 east, SU UJ-100 acres: appraised nt ju.asi v2.. And the east fractional part nf section No. I t, tp il, -range 10 east, M tti-lOO deres ; apprnised at J.l,s:i!l: nil in Wood Ciniuty, Ohio. . All of the nboTo described lands' tt'ill bo sold free uml uuiueuniucrod of dower. ., Terms of Said - One-lliird cash In ham! ; ono tliird iu ono year, and oue-third in two yours from day of sale ; deferred pay mollis to be secured by a inorlKHgD on the promises sold, sud oiv- iaWii-st from day of sale. MKI.ISSA I,. HAUIIllK, tJiinidian of Mary C.amt Win. I'. Darboe. lVrrysburg, January j, lSilS. :iSd$UTj ui;uii r'M' k.vi.i.. . 7.7! ' !7 Martha Smith, ) vs. Iu Wood Common l'lens. Joseph Todd i t al. J Pv virtue of an order of sale issued in the above cause by the Clerk of the Court of Common I'loas of Wood County, Ohio, and to nu directed and delivered, 1 will oiler fursalo.ut nnblio vendee, at the iloor ot tlio Court bouse, in 1 errysburg, WiKd Count v, Ohio, on Tt'KSDAY, Kebrnnry 11, Hetweon the hours of 10 and 1 1 o'clock A.M.. of said dav, Ihu following describe') property, to- it : i woiiiv Mils in widlli oil tho north side of llie northeast ipinrter of tlie southeast jpiarter of seetion o. in lowustup I, norm ot range o east, all in Wood Couiite, IMilo. ' CI1AK1.I-.S W. KVKUS, SheriiL A. Usown, Plaiulill" Attorney, l'crrystmrg, January 9, 1,-vH, :i7e$il 7 j friir.icirt ' sai.i: KJw iu Hood, 1 vs. V M. It. To.l.l l l in. Wood Common l'lens. lly virtue of an order of s ilo issued in the above riliwa Itv tit., l',l.i.-lf ,,r o. .. r1....! ..r IV........... IH....A of Wood County, Ohio, an 1 to uio directed and de- uvere.i, t w in inter lor sate at nulil.o vendue, at the door of tlie Court-house, iu lVrrysburg, Wood i oaoitv, immii, on Tl'KSDAY, February 11, 1S0S, Hot ween tlie hours of 10 and 11 o'clock A. . M ..of said dav, tho following described real estate, to-wit : I'ho northwest quarter of section SO, township 4, range 10, containing Ittt) seres; sud lb east part ol Hu southwest quarter of said soctiou JO, township 4, range 10, containing SO acres t and tlie norihwcst quarter of the southeast quarter of section SO, tow nship 4, range 10, couiaiiiing 40 seres, all iu Woo.! County, Ohio. CII.UU.KH W. KVKRS, ShVria. J. F. A S.ll. Psion, Plaintiff Altoiucva. lVrrysburg, January ti, lSilS. jt'ef.t tui'iiit s si.r." ila n. Mensill, I 7 vs. Iu Wood Common I'loas. Ilir.ini A. Donaldson. lly virluj of an order of ante issued in the abore cause by tho Clerk of the Curl of Coininou pleas of Wood Coiiuiy, Ohio, and to m diroou-d aud delivered, I will olVor for said at public reuduv, at tlie d.mrof ttiuCout t-house, in l'errvsburg,of said count v, on ' TL'KSDAV, fehmarv U.lsitS, ltetwecii the hours. r 10 and 11 o'clock A.M., of s.ii 1 day, thu following described rvul ostate.to-wit; lh north half of tha northeast quarter of sec tion CI, township i, ing la, mu H, M1i, ulif ol llie nert. u-ast quarter of aootion M, town,hiii tf r;iti);a 1, oonlaiuiug lit acres, all iu said Wood ouutv, Orno. i t ,. W. KVKKS, ,Sw.iir. J. F. Pkics, 1'l.iiulilf's Atlorney, IVin sbnig, J inn.iry ii, ls,l,s. 37o7 LEQAL ADVERTISEMENTS. .ttvjtit-i itALtii '., ,, . .,. ; Henry Hess, ' '; ) '""'"- ' ' ' "' ! vs, ' VTqrtH Cotnmon llftiiti ' Fisnctt K. Jatntsi. fl Virtue of sn efutlnn Imurd Ift the .slsive ijatisd by the Clerk the Court of flnmmmi I'laas.of Mess County, OIUo, an4 to me directed and deli verei, I will lTur lr aula at pulilin -dito, nn the premises, situated on section XI, in th smith-weal tororr of; M. intmnsry Tewnatiip, ii, .,WKISK.SUAY lefcrieiry 13. i. Ilotween tho hours of 2 and II q'clouk I'. M.-i( still dnj't(ie, following described propofly, to-wit ! I OneSk-arn Saw .mill, w ith F.ngine, Holler and tlie llxtures thpri'tn bebsiif, , ,-. I . ,, CHAU1.KK W,KVEB3, Sharlff.: Hl.nrtsj A ifsowa, Atlnrhrirs. . n : v , i 'oiTysbiirB, Jsuusrj 21. 1H08., ,. 40k (0 -. I r i. I -M r-rr i.Uuartliau's Sale of JUal Estate. . 1 jY-viiieft"afi eVder tif-'tlie' rrnlTSte Cnnrt tf ,11 Wood County, Ohio-,-to m Issued anil deliv ered, I will sell at public auction, on Ihe 'Tth dny 'of March, A. I). ISOH, t the door of the Court I house, tn Hprrvslmrjt, in aid eoimty, between the hours or I and 3 o'clock, I'. 'M.,' the following de Scribed lands and 'tenement, tn-wlt t !nrinibr ono hundred and tbii-ty-fonr (Lit), Iu the village of Tontoany In said county'. ' ' 'Term of -Halo One-thifil 'cash, -one-third In Ono year, balanco in two yenrs. ir. i',re . , W.'lhEWlfl, Ouardian.' Asitsn Cetiri Attomey for Plnintlff. ' rerrysburg, January '30, lHflrf. 40P94 25 Swamp In lid Notice. NOTICK is lieri-liy given that sealed proposals sill bo received nt Hie Auditor's Ollico of WonyVCsimtv. until WEtlNESHAY, tho 4lb day of. Msnii,,' 1808, for ili-aining and reolniiniii Hit Swnfiin taiids, in seution twenty-eight ( 3i), tnwa Urn (4), range eleven (11 ), being the township of l'onage, iu said enmity.- Tha draining cniiajsts of Hie digfting of three Inuidred nnd twcuty(-livc (i!25) roditot Ditcli, No. 411, laid nut by the Coiinnu;sionr crs of .oiid county, according to speciiicutinus on file in"anid AnditirV Ojltee. and to he pi ffr-l said Swamp Liinils, lying in snid Wood County, al the sppl-.iised Vnlilo thereof. S. It. I'lllCi;, Auditor Wood Conntf. Perryslini-g, January 91, 1868, 40oS-'i 50 ' I CiAI. NO I It li, Eda in Rood, 1 vs. . . John tl. Woodworth, I In Wood Common I'lcaS. Utriw Cooley et ill. ,' - j ' The defendant, Loiia t'oolev, will tnko notieo Unit Hie plsiiitilf, oil the tOili d'uv of October, 1.SH7, tiled ins petition in the Clerk's Ollic of said Court, thu I'Vject and prayer ol which is to obtain a judg ment ujfain-it said Widworih nnd Cu'deyon tlieir proi'tiiijsury auto for SI0O, with tho inloreat lince Sepieiuber 1, isil.'i, givui)br them to Samuel Mil-ehi-ll, and Irunsfern-cl to plainiilf, nnd which was secured by uvutgngo 011 (ho north oT Iho soulli oiiif'Jf or section 'i, townsliip -J, range 10 cast, HO acres of land.' If the said Cnnlcy does not nnswer nr'ileuiiu- to snid peliiion by tho 21st day of March, Ittitx. judgment tyill be taken for snid. amount, wilh Iho interest, nnd an order to soil said real, estato to pay tho same, . ' . J. F. S. II. ITtlCE, Attorneys, rerrysburg, January .'.'1, I MILS. 3111 SS 60 MISCELLANEOUS. riUR su'iseriber, as Sola Proprietor, will con JL tiiiuti tlio business of Making and R.-paii ing AViifons nnd Carrino?!, BLACKSMITHING AND PAINTING j 'H ,,- 1 -l-WITII ; . : PuiT.ir tlniKn, ns Foreninn of tho Wood Shop ; JosM'ii IIastikk, Foreman of the Blacksmith Sliopt nnd Himself, Foreman of tlio 1'slut Shop, snd . Cirneriil Stipnrlntendent of nil tho De partments. Thanking the friends of the old drm for past fa vors, ho would respectfully solicit it continuance of their patronage, and ulso the patronage of thu public generally, assuring sll Hint whatever work is done at his shop, will be wki.i. iionk. V. II. IIOLMCNIUXK. lVrrysburg, 0., January 10 18117. 2Szz t . ACiUNTS WANTED FOR THE I5LUlCOATS, AXO How Tliv Livcil, Fought and Died for llie Union, wim Scenes A Incidciitsln tlicCIrrntKcbclIion COMr-KISINO i Nnrrnlivc of.lVrsimtil Adventure, Thril ling lnciJents,' Daring Exploits, Heroic JJocUh, Woiidorful J'.sciipea, Lil'o in the Oiiinp, Field and Hospital; Ad ventures of Spies nnd Scouts, to gether with tho Sonjs, llullads, t Anecdotes and Humorous Incidents of tho War. Spli'mUdl! Illti&trntcd with oner 100 Fine J'ortraits uml Jkautiul Engravimjs - TIIEUF. is a certain portion of the war Hint w ill never go into tho regular histories, nor be em bodied iu roiiMiieo or poutry, which is a very real part of it, and will, if preserved, convey tn suc ceeding generations a bolter idea of tlie spirit of tho oonUiut than many dry ecporis or careful nar ratives of ereuLs, and this part uiny be culled tho gossip, the fun, tlie pathos of tlio war. This illus trates the character of the leaders, the humor of the soldiers, thu devotion of women, the brnvery of men, the pluck of our heroes, the romance und hardships of Ityu service, . . . The aliant and Hravc-licartcd, tho Picturesque and Ilrannitic, the Witty nnd Marvelous, the Ten der and Catholic, snd the whole Panorama of the War are here tlirillingly portrayed in a masterly neinner, at once historical and romantic, rendering it Hie most ample, unique, brilliant and readable book that the w ar has called forth, Amusement 11 .1 well ns instruction may be found in orory pige. as graphic detail, brilliant wit, nnd authentic history, arc bkillfu'.ly interwoven iu this work of literury tilt - Send for Circulars 11 u l see our terms, and a full desciiptiou of Hie Work. Address jo.sus mtoTuuus &. co S3! Ciuciiiuuli, 0. Washington Yoolen Mills, NEAR REVXOI.DS' MILLS, MAUMER CTTY, OHIO. HOnEUTON, 11UR1UTT & CO. I) KSPECTFl.'I.I.Y inform their friends and pat V. rons lu l.ueiia and adjoining counties, that they bare on hand the largest and most substan tial stock of WOOl.EN UOOlhS ever off.ied in Noilhwcstcrn Otiio, consUtiiift' of SINGLE AND D0U31E SHAWLS, Plain and FiiWy Pouhlo nnd Twist Cns simeroM, IVtlinoral Skirts, Meltons, Tri cots, Ladies' Cloth, Plain and Fancy Plaid Flannels, till wool, Plain and Twilled Sheetings, lSlunkets, Jeans, Stoekiug Yarn, oto. Which Thry Oircp in Etolnn for Wool or Cash. Our machinery it all near and of the moat im proved description. We are prepared to do Koll Carding, Carding and Spiuuiug, manufacturing ou (hares or by the yard. Wool for Rolls or Canting sud Spinning must bo rub-washed and picked, iu i.r.Vr to 'usure good work. Thankful for (lie liberal patronage rveeired in tho past, would say to our old customers, and all others who may see At lo patronise us, that havo, at groal expense, titled up our Mill with th best mac In aery that could be got, and secured the services of skillful and experienced workmen, so that we are enabled to do work iu a style hitherto unsurpassed in the country. HOUKUTSON, nURIUTT A CO. Maura City, July 21, 1867. 1J 1 -EMUKKST S YOUXQ AMERICA, U Iho brsl Juvb1U SUffniln. Kvvrjr Hoy anil fllrl thu ii k; all h ftrM ? to; ami TareuU Tvftt'krrt eonflrtn it. Do not foil to t e Cur a cofiy. A mhI Ulrocopt, vtth a UUaOyl iiutrl eonAne llvlnn slct, or a food to tiKdcilt pcnrl I'ticket-Kiiif), ami a Ur nunlKf of other d lirabltf artWl, tvu prmliiiu to each ufctrrth tr. Yearly. $ M. Th Novintr K umber Com iuncf a new vulun. l-aMULv-J ty W. JKNNtil DKMOMKPT, Try It, Hoy ana GirU. pevluuu ci.ic. ttv cvuta. TONTOGANY AtOTTISM'TS a w; wniTMouE & coM , . r, tt . ! . 1 .-!';' ' 1 t 1 TO.UTOOAivr, OHIO,"' 1 '; ; 1 fi ff f ! 1 ., t " ',v:im '1 . il . l-MUMms W -' 1. , n ' ' Htaplo ' nnd1 Fancy DRY GQQI)Si ' .1 " - . If l! . 'T to ! . . r,.T. - : I '' 1 ' " Moots, ' I - ' ' HImsm-. : j . ,(.. . ( ,r"nt . .. Nails, , , ,, . , . '' ' ' OlnssV" "" ' " ' ' DJIUGS & MEDICINES, Tainls, ...... Dye StulTd, . , Family, Medicmbs,''. ". Perfumeries, . ... Notions, &o,&c. Fui'nituro of All Ivinds, . t Toledo prices. , , . '. PROVISIONS AND FLOUR, i . : , I I Itli Of the boat quality, nt tho lowest mill prioe. , 39 Tho nbnre floods hnvo boon bought' low forerun, wdoetfcd w4th the greatest eni o, snd will bo sold at tho. very lmcti nra. Call nnd oxam inj; before purcluujiiig ejjjcisjiero. TIIKY ALSO II AVE A1 FIRST-CLASS STEAM 3AW-Rr1SLL, and nru well prepared to supply hills of UDMlJKR with promptitude, and at tlio lowest rates; DOOIS, SASH.& BLINDS, In fact, almost everything required for Building MII nines. Tont'ognny, Fckraary 1, ISlit.' 'J :4'4Ut ' -: Tontognnj', Ohio, PEAI.KR IN PURE DRUGS & MEDICINES, FAINTS, OILS & DYESTUFFS, ttluss & Gliisswarc, PliUFUMEHY, 1. FANCY ARTICLES AIMQf, NOTION3, ' Puro Wines anil Brandies, (For Medical purposes) ' ' PATENT: MEDIO! NES, ETC. ! .Very fine nssortmcnt of FAMILY CROCHfHES, As low ns cart bo purchased for cash. ; i . - j Letter, dp, Wnll nnd Window Tapers, Pens, I'oncils, Superior Inks, And all other articles usually kept by Druggists Tho shove articles have been bought low for Cash, seleotel with groat care, and will bo. war ranted as represented and sold at tho very lowest cash price. rST" PUystclanV Prescriptions Care Cully Comioiiixtcl. N. B. Likewise Agent for U1030 sterling Insu rance Companies tlie Hartford Fire, of Hartford, and tlie Hun Insurance Co. of Cleveland. Tontogany, February 2, 1807. 4Ut MARTIN WAllNEIt. Tontognny, Ohio, M AXUFACTUUER of and Dealer in Saddles Harness, collars, 1 ruuKs. J)ri- Al.,a VI.!.. II . 1 !.. r.' . ..1 ,&".S, u..o, ,, infra, iiuiuio, uuu 111 1,11;, in most every article connected with tho Saddlery mid Harness denart- ment, in tho innimfnctureof which is used the very best of stock in tlio market. None but the best of workmen nre employed and nil orders filled Uy the time specified. . l'UICES LOW, and all work msdo according 10 enmrnct, ami warrantee, to give satislnction. Carriage Trimming and Repairing Done to order and promptly attended to. A good assortment of ,. SADDLERV HARDWARE On hand. Call and soo for yourselves before pur chasing elsewhere. I if Hides, Grain and almost erory article of rami pioOuco taken 111 exchange. 1-Of Goods sent free of charge to any point on tue naiirouu. 1112 R. M. G1LFILL AIM'S Wholesale and Rctiil FURNITURE MANUFACTORY AT T0ST0Q1NY, OHIO. The undersigned is prepared to manufacture all km. la of CABINET WARE, Of Good Seasoned Lumber, and will koep constantly nn hanl a stock of wcll- inada Prcssing-Uurchus, , , Buil.stunds of every etyle, Extotisiou-T.ibles, and other styles together with all other classes of which I warrant tn b good, and will sell as cliean as can bo bought in Toledo. Yon will do well to give ins a call before goiiiji there to buy, as 1 feel certain that I csu Suit you in Quality and Price, so that you can sava your txpeose to tha city. iSPAU orders filled promptly and carefully .jfj COFFINS MADE TO ORDER AND FUNERALS ATTENDED PROMPTLY GIVE ME A CALL. H. 91. CtIL.riL.LlN. Tontogany, February 1 1307. iUt IIASKINS ADVERTISEM'TS. MEffi FEEDS HOMINY MILLS IIASKINS, OIIIQ.; " AMES A. WORTH kra prepared do fnto Urinding for tha Fannera of ;VVood oouny more promptly than any other mill in lids' yicimty. Always on hand and fhr aalo or harig for Orafci,- -I - d. .. ' x . .1 .... t lUoarse and t in Meal, Chop lead ana (lonr. AMKH A WORTH are always in tho market buying all kinds of Grain and Farm Prndllce, and nnying better prices tli.a any othor market in Wood county. ' " ," SJ3Et WHEAT. - ! AlWKS Jii WOllTfl, of Haskins, Wood coun ty, O., are prepured to snpdy the Farmers nf this cisinty, and th sormnnding country with the 1 Clrbratl Ten, IVIutut, ;,, . 1. For seed this Spring. ;Thia, Wheat cpfnmsnds from Millers for flouring, about Forty or- Fifty Cents per bushel more than other Spring Wheat, and has a tiptop reputation as a hardy ard Inrge yielding kind or Wheat ; and being imported from jforthero Iowa, tha change from a mors northern cliinUo, as nil experienced Farmers arc. aware, will improvo the quality ann quantity prooucea. The Farmer hit I better1 py twn prices 'for this Whsnt than en fh Whent raised tn this country. We aro also prepared to supply the Milnsukoo Club, raised in Wisconsin. All those n bo want Wheat of in will nloase notify us ns soon ns nos- sibto, sn'thnt wa can. make dut- arrnngements for tho proper amount required. . 1- .- 1. . V 0 nre nlsn prepared tn soil or loan Flnx Send, to supply all the Farmers in this county. Uaskiis February 15 1807, . ... 43zz Uo ! For tho Cheap Ready-pay Store! ; !.' II ; '' . ; ,Haikins,.Woocl County. TEAOKiJ CUXS1XO Jiayoon hand a large A nnd vuried stock of Murrhnndiso for the Fall and Winter trade, nnd Mow offer superior' induce ments to nil prompt-payim customers. Tlieir Goods havo been bought with especial at tention to the r unts of this cummunitv. therlllort, they most respectfully invito na examination of the OUaiity and prices ol their I. nods, promising to all, good bargains. ' The following Couiprisea a part of their stock t . .. Dry Goods, Groceries, I 1 ,, , Wooden Ware, , u, Tin Vnro! ll 1 Stone Ware, '' .' '-: Glass Ware, 1 ; ., 1,, llardivnre, .. .. . 1'iitoiit .Medicines, '"' ' School IICKks,': Ac, Ac. Hoots nnd Shoes, Mats nnd Cnpsr . Funning Tools, ,1 Drugs, Notions, '' Stationery, .Which will.be sn'd for Csgh, or ,"' For nsy or all of tlieaaj wv nnnt Ftggar. llnltor, 1. uu, iioeuwax, i-eatlicrs, Vld Jirass, t'oppei: nnd Iron, Paper, lings, or nluinst anything you have to sell. Greenbacks nM' refltseil'. ' " - ' ' 4 ; ;' PKAO I.K3 '&' CUX! N'lXClJ Iliiskins,' Koyiimbe 1J, 1867. ' 3at" ' HASKINS PLOW FACTO R!;'.; r - 1 . .(:.' fpilE subscribers having fitted nn 1 nn establishment for the manu facture of Hteel Flows, nre now pro pa rud to supply the Farmers of Wood county with tha very best , STEEL PLOWS, and , Two-Shovel CULTIVATORS . Having, had many years' experi ence in inaiiuf: cturing Plows in .Mit chell & Sons' Plow Factory and other works, wo are confident we can turn out a i.. 1 i ., . Better Plow than any in the County KEPAIUING, , Done promptly nnd in the most thorough' manner. ZJJ All our work warranted satis factory, or 110 sale. KKIWSS & PKDACHEH. ' ITaskins, February 20, 18(17. 43.S . D. F. DAVIS, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, (Late Assistant Surgeon in the 8th Ohio Cavalry) IS rSUVANEN'TLY LOCATED AT Tontogany, Wood County, O.. 41.7. MISCELLANEOUS. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Ton PtRiiYisA The blood, Tho reputation tills ex cellent medicine enjoys, In derived from its cures, mauy of which nro truly miuvelloiiR. Inveterate, cases of Scrofulous dis ease, whero tho system seemed saturated villi corruption, have been Juiriiicd and cured by it. Icrofuloue nffections nnd disorders, which were njt griivutcd by tho scroru Ions cnnt-imin.ntion until they wore painfully afflicting, have been radically cured iu such groat numbers in almost every see lion of tho country, that the public scarcely need to be informed of its virtues or uses. Scrofulous poison is one of tho most dcftntctivo enemies of our race. Often, this unseen uml linlclt tenant of tho organism undermine the constitution, nnd invites tho attack of enfeebling or fatal dieae, without exciting a suspicion of its presence. Again, it seems to breed infection throughout tho bodv, nnd then, on some favorable occasion, rapidly develop into one or other of its hideous forms, either on tho surface or among tho ritnls. In the latter, tuber l ies may bo suddenly deposited in tho lungs or heart, or tumors formed iu the liver, or it shows its presence by eruptions on the ekin, or foul ulcer ations on some part of tho body, lience the occa sional use of a bottle of this KumaiiaHlla is ad visable, oven when no nctivo symptoms of disease nppenr. Persona iilllicted with the following com plaints generally tlml innnediato relief, nnd, nt longlfi, cure, by the uso of this S Alls A PA Itlh l.Ai St. Authony'm Fire, Hosb or jf i-y JVffcr, A'rrf Itltrum, Srnlil Mlratl, liiiifuorni, tinrti J'.i, iSord nnd other eruptions or visible forms of Scivfulou disease. Also in tho mora concealed forms, as 7jii-jst. Jr;j.n( Ilenrt Disrate, iit, liMlAtHti, Xriirafiln, nnd llie various l lrrraut uaticLotw of the muscu lar nnd nervous systems. ;ii((ior l i iicivofcsnd Itrrmirial TMrn nre cured bv it. thomrh u loniMimi. Is mnilr.il f..r subduing these obstiuate mnliulius bynuy uedlrinc. lut long contimud use of tins medicine w ill euro the complaint, l.rurnrrhnn or JI (e, I terine I tm ulimiH, and J-'mtal ltUrattn, aro com- ! monly soon relieved nnd ultinuitelv cured bv its purifying und iurigoimling t-ITert. 'Minute llirec- tious for each case are found in our Almanac, sup plied gratis. Hhmmntitm snd (lout, when caused by accumulations of extrnaeous matters in tho blood, yield 1111I1 Llv to it, a ulio i.iner fomfilniutx, TnrjiUlitii, i attyrittion or Jiifum innf loi, of the hlrrr, HmiJnumHre, w ben arising, ns they olien do, fmm thu riinkling poisous iu tho blood. This HA USA HA HI I. LA it a pi cat re Horer fur the strength and vigor of the system. Those w ho ai-o.tmri(rl snd .IhItm, Ztcspatt tirnt, Slrrtlrss, and troubled with Af-rrcMa A ft ftrrhrHKiuHa or h'ear, or any of the affections syniptomnlin of lli.n-, will Unit immedinla leliet' nnd eonrinciug evidence of its restorative power upon U ul. PREPARED BY Or. OT. C. AYLIt 4k CO., Lowrll, Kfaaa, X'raetUal and Analytical ChmnUti. SOLD BY ALL DKVGG1ST3 EVEBYWHEKE. SOLD BY l'eek A Unmilton, l'errysburg j I,. Itlack, Tontogany; A. J. Gardner V Co., Gilcad 5 Kiif A Atkins, tVostont . S. I,, Houghton, Howling Green, aud by all dealer every hero. 20 M VMIOOD: How Lost, How Kcstorcd. Just pnMUhe4, ft ntjwtditfon rf Tlr. Colver wii a voioDrie Muy on tbt RiDitii cutt (witin-ut metHclue) of Si-krma TOHRiitKA, or Pmlufcl Wcmkort, or Involun try Jieiuiiml litrt. iMPurKitcT, UenUl and rhvtcal Iucnacityt imiietltinenti to Mar- iriMK, clo.:uUo, CoNwimrnoN, KriLBtv and Fiim, iuUucoU by MlMuUuluuca or kul xtrtra- f W Trlre, In a iealel anrelope, only 6 oentg. TUt llrWil author, ta ibia aduttralile vtsay, claarly demonstrate, from a thirty .vears succeaarul practice, that tho alarniuf conei)aeocea of lelf-abuie aiay be i-aillcally cured without tbo danreua ut of tutvrual ediciue, or tho applicant on of th knife poiutlnn out a mod of euro at one imple, cortafn and oHMtual, by aneaBa of which overy aufferor, ao matter what hi condition nay ho, may euro biuaoif ehfav,y privately, and rapicali.v. tf" Thia Lector ahould b la tht htn U of every youth and every uian iu th Und, Bent uuder nl,in a plain envelope, to any address, nr a to on recctpt tt six eoote, or two pat-atuine. AUo.!r.Culverw4'ir"Mrriarrvtiiiide;M prteo'cvutf, Ad lrcsi the puMihvr. 0 II A t. J.O. k I.IN K & CO., VII Uuwcry, vw --, ToatoUivc tvjt e.Vti TOLEDO ADVERTISEMENTS 'CtIHg WJHllA!TKn.-IlIID PISl'l "CtIHS WAp(lA!TKn.-IlIID PISI'KN-t nuirT., r.KioiiHhealon ins roreign nan. , ,. In1AIar Bhttk, iUmroe-street, Tvlcdoj, ,pbWt ' v ;i APCRMAKNTlrsflTriTIOKs'-"'"'-r i I'yrSrV'- ' - ' Th' iKfcrelgned'WilW''; " -T 't 1 1 th attention of those In- , C f( J--- teres ted tn the fact that j '- - behasestablished a aukfl o ' "" ""of ro""'s4n Myers' Block, 1' "IPRIVATK DISEA6K4 t wlfctiier nt recent origin or ot toug iianamg in. 'vW'f alZatf ' II At OR FEMALE. t The success which has attended the practice of : ' theundersign6d In the treatment of diseases com' ' ing nudor thaRbovc hsad, wMilheient guarantee that what he undortakes lie performs, and in e. very cascfcffecls n radical cure. ' - Private rooms are provided where consultations enn be procured in the strictest confidence. General odlce over Nos. 34 and '38 Mnnroe'St'rcM first room to th.i iight nf the top of the stairway, ovcr Coruncopi'V. All letters' containing a Remit tance or postngo-stamp pronipthy Vinswered, 1 ,' JiTOlUco hours Ooni ln' to 4,rnnct rrnm J Vb 9. , (iall (-a or address B. H. TTMrA-KTV M-1; '. " 3z7. , -f T Toledo, Ohio. ' iV;;W K 'dy;v-'--. ... Dealer in ' -. - HAts, cArs, furs,-;;. ".'.. ROBES, UMBRELLAS. ETCf NO. 128 SUMMIT STREET, 3., ,, . 7,.f " Toledo, O, ' 'I H - T.-fl-o o k, -' l ,,' ;--Dealer in . .. r WATCHES, qiOCK3 & JEWELKY, Kiii IM Snmmit'stwiot, Tofcdn.Ohio. . . ' Citizens of I'o'rrysburg iwid of Wood County wttohnVe Watchos, CloeksJ or Jcwolrr to -be re paired, will have their ordera executed in a pmntnpt and satisfactory .manner. ' "'I Snt . IIICOAO GAUGE SHOUT XllVli ATLANTICS GRUjAT WESTERN 33X1:0 jA.I OuflLTTC3-3I2 11 A I Ij WAY ! -'" '"'"' '-""' .- .VrJi" ; 'C',:i --it I iin ClXClNNATI, orVKIIA!VA,or fiAtI(M,!I or .ll.t.XsrilXO, or CL.r.VI'.I.ANl, ,.or CUltUV , or .S.VI.A tlAMCA ,, v . . TO OH KltOV . . . j ., i;. - PlTTrt-IlU.no, H. . : ,! ! , I-A j ' P1I1LAPHLPIIIA, '.. i n, -, -:' 1 l$ALTMt)'KK; -nn.?- ' Wlail'INGTON-'X'WYi ; ' this is tlie only llouie to tHO ' 1 ,,""'! Oil lleus 6i t'ennsyl vsintrt ! PASSBNQR !B wh'a'wtsh a Quick and Coml'b'itnhl Tripurill avprcflate the Smonth anil Verfec Trm-kfl the 1. usurious Dtty Curs, and the Mugniflcf nt Slee!- iiig Cnachea,' Hie Rxcellent Dining Malta; lthr'anipl time fur Mcnls, und the l'rompt Tim, sad Sure Con Iiectiuft8.hr. the, : ... .,. ( Atlantic & Great Western Railway Fare ats f.ntv ami Tlmn an ;Quick i . by nur ,lher Keule, . Through Tickets nnd Itnggase Checks, , No. H Proacfwaj-.Nictr f otki No 15 StMe-strtet and -r.: rhoat-lrcet lotonHiti ami. Wnion Ogioetv Clcvc-hiudt No. liij tllarU-stroet, Chicane; tn Cincin natl.st No. SO tVe'it Vdsruh-strcef K . K. cnr. llroai-" way and Frontstreet; in "Vine-street; at' V. 8. .Mait--l.itie Steamers Landing foot of Vine street, nntt SB New ras-tonger Depot of the Otnctnnatt, HamtHnn At 1 Duytnn Railway ia ksuixyUU.at 8 W. corner Main ami Third-streets,, and 415 Kourlh-street, and at, th-, Ollices of ConHectinic'Lines. '' ' I). ! KIOHOeo'l Burfc : H'. B. miXtUU, Guu,'!, 'J.;ie!wV Agsatv 4 ,.; ItIICU. SOUTHERN S H.. I. R. R. i &$&mw&w?mgm as ON fto.Wter Wednesday. Jan. 1, 1SBS. Passenges Trinirlll I.KAVK TOLEDO DAILY (8lsdavs EtcamcuJk as follows : . ' MAIN LINE. ; 18:30 A.HI. Mall to phlcago. . ?:t5 P. 91 N islAlixpreii to Chicago, with Sleep- , tug Cnr. 'AIR LINE. mi'. ltlO A 11. (except StiiOdny morning) Night Cx- preJi to Chicago , ; . . ltOOl. M. Day Mali to Chicago. DETK01T. 7:30 A. 11 JtlOP.M. TWOPiM. 1 JAOKSHI. 1K30 A. W. . 7:0P.JII..--.. All trains run hy Ctiicago time 20 minutes slower than Toledo time. TRAIN AKTttVKt Main Lie. S: 8f A. M.:ao44::tu P. M. AirLlne. 1UWA,. M. aBd-tfl.") P.M. ., Detroit. fl.M ; frfli and fi:!l P. M. Jackson, 8:ltA. M. dH:4ft P. M. -. ' u CltAS. F. HATCH, Geucral ?trft. . C. P.LKHstl, Gen. Ps. Agent, f ' r ft . ITS EFFECT 13 ... iviiK aculous. :' ; The old, the young, the middle sged units to praise ' HULL'S Z VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER. '. .... r.'U It is an entirely new scientific discovery, combining ; many of tho moat powerful ami rentoi'utivo agent in the vtgtttMt kinydmn. -... Wo linvo aucli eonfiJeneo' in its merits, an.1 aro so sure it will do nil we claim ist it, tluit waelTar ' If the Sicilian IIair Kesewbr does not give sat-. . infliction iu all. cotes wlieu used ia strict nccjeril anco witb our instructions. ? ."., ', ( , Vegetable Sicilian Ilatr Jlenetecr ' lias proved itself to be tlie most perfect preparattoil " for tlio Iluir oyer offered to tlio public. . .f ,. . ;H is a vegetablo compound, ami contaiuf no injurious properties wbutever. . - .- ,:! It ia not a Dye, It strikes at tlie Knots nnd fills tlio glnnds with now life and coloring inuUcr. - JT WILL RESTORE GRAY ItllR IO ITS OUIQISJX COLOR. ... JTI will ktrp tht JXalr from falling out., Xt eternises tht SeaTp, and tnafcea rA llalr SUIT, ZVSTROV8, A.XD SIIKE' ( ,( IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSIHCIr No person, old or younjr flinuM fill to tt. -It it rtcommemM nnk tuetf by th f'JGST iH-0 jcal AvruuRirr. Ask for Hall's ' Vicetablb SicujaW . lLiui Cawiui, and take no otliar, ... , Tha Proprietors offer tha 6icii.tAW lUtn Bk-7 Itewer to tho public, entirely confident that II will bring back tho hair to its original color, promote Iu 1 iTOwtli, und in noarlr sll eases whera it hua fallen off will restoto it uulosa tho person is Try agrwut if. p. IIAIX aV CO. Proprietors, r '-' ' ;' ' .YuJiaa, -Y. IL . . tST SoW ky all DroggUta. .,. . .1' Sup - ... ..1 an' excellent offer- The price of the Lady's Friend is 12 60 per am num lbs 1'vrrysbiirp Journal ia 2i wa will far nisb the two fur :i 60. The price of liio Saturday Eyer,',nr o9t is (2 f9 per annum the rerrysburg .'UUrul 2 we will lurniah lite two fur 3 ill. Tha price uf Uod-yi,,,., ji.a.k ht p-r anuuni-lbo I'cr-;-,.,,; jouriui j . , wiU fw. UU.J lUv ,"',orl i.