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TIMETABLE---Dayton & Mich. R. R. GOING SOUTH. a., . Mltrtrtt ' RilHnl, ' TilW), W.ttoa, NDtva, ' i 0tf, - II A.M. m.M ' IIIDI M (n WP.M II SI A M. tod . P.M . . M M A.M. ana I9P.M It.n. P.M. and 10 mi P. W H.M P.M. anil I IK P.M ' ' iitsrM.iKiii.nr.il . - ll4M.ul iMim GOING NORTH. . , 111 P.M. and tM AM . . P-M. nil . A.M . . I M a M.anri M a.M . ' . t.M P.M. and A M . . am P.N ami ) IT A M . i . t.T P.M. and .n A.M Caitar, . Ml Una,. Wtitna. .ataieap, ttaekin.. Mall Prelt-la, '..r.v.Vav;, . - . t.n P.M . and 0 .M S.M P.at.ana. IcA.kl ACCOMMODATION. GOING SOUTH, GOING NORTH. tatede. ' . P.M. Cnttar, - S M Pevrrr. . Hall PraUie. Hetaln., v Tonteiaaf, W.etoa, W titan, . 1 00 P.M. Wilton, A.H aWlPM. Weto, . t.lrt A.M 4.14 P M. Tnntoaaar. . t I'l A SI 4.41P.M. H"ln. 0 A.M Sl P.M. Rail lrmlrl, I A M 4 P.M. Perrv.bor;, MIA M I.B1 A M. Teled.. t S A. II SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. Wood County Official Directory. JUDICIAL OFFICERS. I Atei.a.lUty ..Jadcaaf R. Tanr - lodae of PrnaataCimrl. Ot.ri. WeiMcH............Crr af the Court.. Alette dec Browa Froeeculing Attorney. COUNTY OFFICERS. SaTaaal a. Itlae .. J. A. ninitetl n. ir. inn.... ninokea Marrf . tHrlil riAnaldaon ...OaaatT AaHr- ... ...Ttaa wire'. ............... Pherlg. ...... , Recorder. ....f urvejor. Coroner. ....... Co aimlMloneri .. O. C. Ratrit Jahn Rntlell. Walter 0 ldon . W. Pt.iahn . a . aTT . . I. 4Sait A, ..... tcheol alnari. I Q A. Adaia j HEW AtoVEKf latEMEWTa. t--Areltiral UtoraWm. o.k. MarV.e Worka Olirka k WoodrnB. Rearea' Amhnwl f.ir theTlnir. , Hlatemont of the Merchant' Insurance r.o. ' Wilclwi for Krnrybody W'rifiht, Bro. k Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. ' J!i Pim. mn, Ksi.,of Tiffin, has been made the'nominee of the nomocrafic pnrty, for District Judge. , t It may be of interest to shippers by Express in learn that the Merchants' Union dura all lcal . business between the points of Tule lo and D.itiou. This arrangement went into effect Murch 1. Judicial Convention. Tha Repnlilicnn Judicial Conretitinn fur the Fourth Sob-Dirisinn will be held St Forrest, on the llth- lost., for nominating a candidate for Ju Ige. Personal. Colonel MoOowkn has recently at - ryshnrg, on a risit lo bin old friends. We are in dtbtod to him for a copy of the Cincinnati limn, of last evening, conUininp; an account of Iho terri bio explosion on board the atentner Mnyxolin, run ning between Cincinnati and Marsville. The bout ia a total loss, aud sixty persons huro becu killed or injured by the explosion. Democratic Meeting. Tt is requested that all those known to act with the Democratic organimiicn, in Midilleton Town ahiiK Wil Countr. Ohio, meet at Brown's Hall. am Saturday eveuiag, March 28, 13SS, for the pur ' pose of eflccting a permanent club organization tor the I'rcaidontial Campaiun of 18oS. Also to put in nomination a Township ticket. While it is known that the faithful wi'l be with there is roo n fur nvre irsife men. H. S. BROWN, Sec. pro tem. Hull Prairie, March 16, 1868 Whitzler's Steam Saw Mill. The WdtTZi.gR BamiBRS have done a largi and profitable business in their new Saw Mill dur ing the p.ist year, an I their prospects of business for tho coming s.iason' are much b.'ttcr than ih list. Tho excoll mt aloihiiiff this' whiter ha en them a flrjl-nta clinics fur getting legs w iich they duly im;inirud, an I have now on band irr 1.0IW), which will produce au aggregate ol 45,000 feet of lumber. Election Notice. The Mtata Legislature have repealed the road law recently in force, and have put in forcj thj ld law by which Supervisors must be elected I r each Road District. The law goes into operation on and aftor the first Monday in April next, when the election of Supervisors must' take place. Township Trua ; tees will therefore take notice and cause Super - visors for each Road District to be voted for at tha eoming spring election. Middleton Township. Our Democratic friends in Midilleton Township, ar up and doing. Their example should be promptly followed by the Republicans of that live township. Thorough organization and unre. aiding action must ba the order of the day Whatever local issues uiaj be presented, that which transcends them all it embodied in the Presidential and Congressional election. Let us regard the main objects, then we arj safe. The fore let our effort bo to organ! ze t Wood County Agricultural Warehouse. . - We invite the attention of our patrons generally to William Crooks' advertisement of Jtgricultu ral Implements, Ac. Mr. Crook has worked up a very successful business in the Implement line and from bis cxtonsira business associations with the manufacturers, can now offer unusual induce 'm 'Ota to all Spring purchaser. Farmers needing .' auppliee will do well toea.lt on him and examine his stock, and they will find it to their advantage to purchase from horai dealers in preference to a trareling agon'. Romcmbor Cuook's Agricultural Warehouse, Puxnix Block , Perrysburg. The Cora Lock. : Captain L, C. Lock's new ateamer, the Cora Lick, is at her moorings, at the foot of Jefferson street, Toledo, receiving the finishing touches iu painting. 'Sbe aits as graceful on the water as awan, and from her light draught twenty inches will no doubt be able to reach the Maumee Bridge, at all ordinary stagea of the water level Tba boat ia highly creditable to the Captain' en terprisa, and will unquestionably prove to bo iae paying . investment, . The Captain inteada fetching the boat to Terry sburg, on Saturday, af ter which alia will make her regular trips. Received. Some tlma since we received through the Post OIBca a seat, whito envelope, pnst-markei " Per rysburg, Ohio," which was found to contain quite a lengthy printed article setting forth the miseries of "old bachelors"" only this and nothing more" from which we make the following interesting extract I " Of what earthly nae ia an old bachelor t I eaa compare bins to nothing bat a horse iu a bark Bill, fastened to tha end of a beam, walking round and round after himself ia the same circle. .. ail his life." ...... It is quite possible that a bachelor may oc casionally get inta a "bark mill," but he ia not ' a flea faauned there, by "any manner of means." However, if the person who seal us the article referred to will forward hia or her address to this fioe,be er she may hear something to his or her - advanUfi Pvm, ( ud. ) Ktfntblion. . If this masts tha view of tha parent of that "neat , white envelope," ws would advise ha or gha to address that ofioe immediately. ileal EotwtetTraasfars ia Wood County. Tb following ara toe traasfsrs of real estate in Wood Coauty.aahowa y aha took la Raoorder Jfaaar! Offle. tof tba week ending March U, IM: " , I,?,- a J?jaaa to 8 -Hamoo r pi' lot" Peaber. Ti lie? a too. II. Pember to J. W. Basing : lot 19, Pember Yillo 1400. ' J. Xiiobea to A. Ordway part y( sw aoe U and pt e W aa aee 13, to , rang la. o tl.ton' Cat par Unsa to J. Phillips; pi sa a see 1. to T range 11. M aora-$4M. E. 11. Bacon to II. Stockiug) lot 17,soe 1, tp 6, gsnge It, 40 acres 12,000. 1.0. Baeoa to U. 8firking; lot 11, see IS, tp ft range 10. 40 acre (1.260. Was. Oorrill to E. Fat t pt aw se IM 24. two ft, ranjte 10, H acre- 100. jlo, of traasfers Tj toUl value 15,85. Grand Jurors. Tfaa following pron ettnprlaa lb Brand bow la session I Grorg Power, floury M ."Moras, Rohort Mfl Mahs, Henry 8brt, Z. Wtmor, William Una. V. . Noble, Aresaedrr Alcorn, J. H dan, Willlent So.b, John Ernch detlt Henry Tbtimton, William Chapman. Stad : . New Sailing Vessel. ., Ucstr. f. R. MiLiaa k Co. and Captain Bat irrr, of Ashtabula, ara about la build a. r,l, Which, wy"l lgb draught, will a pciajly, adapted to tha trad otrths Maamta Rlvr. lit diataioas will, b 120' toot keel, 14 feet beam, and 8) trot depth of bold, with tha capacity for carrying H OC baahoUof graie. The proprietor propose to haa Ibalr Tuaal eompletad in raadl aaa for tha aarly Fall irada. Tha coaatruotion of thti resscl, to n.tK la bur boma trada, i highly eraditabla to tha aoiorprna of F. R. Mit i.aa A Oo , aad will pmra alika banoSeial to them aelrca and (ka buainaaa ialaraata of Parrj aburfr, In th la and other pmjocted anterprlaea wa have Uia dawninn of a bright and pMspcrou djr for rm-yjburg and ita oiiina. 11 tha adoptitiu of jailiciotia means, and a frank and cordial en-operation fMm all partiei, In promoting1 tl.a public giwd.bfhlT auconaaful reaulta will follow, con- ftrring ita banefita oo those specially interested, and '-'a tho cooiinanily at lrj. the Good Templars' Entertainment. The Ferryaburg Lodge of Good Templars gave a public entortainment at the Baptist Church, on Tuesday evening last. The programme consisted of vocal aud Instrumental music, miscellaneous tendings, and Comic and tragic personifications. The managers succeeded admirably in their ar rangements. There was no clash, no unneoesaary delay. Each act of this social drami was per formed with accuracy and success. Captain Mc OaCLXr't representation of Af icoetA, in the dagger eeane, was well esecoud. The remuewe at I ter ror of tha criminal Were well executed Indeed, far beyond what conld 'have b.-on expected from an amateur. Br study and practice, tho Captain would fill mro than an ordinary rate' in Iho his- triouic art. The tyiakor Courtship was well por trayed in nperatio style, and brought down the homo for an eiteire, which was promptly given. The room was well filled, and all p arlies soemcd highly please 1. So ended this agreeable social gathering, With such avMeiiea of what our Tem perance frienls em accomplish, we hope they will let their light an 1 inflamed be seen au I felt more frequently in the same minuer. SUMMARY OF NEWS. Thk '.tlinnli Uivcr is vrry liiirh. and fonrH of a rliRanlrou ovei (low are eiitertiiinetl. Thkrr ia a r1is!Rlrons frpsliot nt Bins- ha rn pt 0 ii . Xew Yolk. Several biiiljros liavc been carried away. I'liK Iluiliion llivor, nt Albnny.Xew York, litis riKen fifteen', feet and yet the ice li its not brokon. ..... Tub AikiitiRRS eloction bep;nn onllnv, lull no infoi nation of its rjroress h as yet been received. Nahvim.k, Marcli 9. The Repnlitic.m t ckct was elected in Mnrfreetiboio last Sat urday. Tim United Slates Supreme Court has granted lave to file hill in the easa of the State of Georgia vs. (Jen. Grant and oth ers. Ks iivilLB, Trxs., March 9. ntnrna from tho county elections of Saturday ahow an iixrsed majority for the Republican candidates in nearly all tho counties. It is reported that II moocV haa Wen tele graphed to hv tho President to return inure diatoly to Washington to tako c m n.ttid of the Atlantic Division. An iiijnnctinn ban been served on Judge BanNinD, in Now York, staving all further tiriicoeilinirH in ihn Ki te Railroad caso, until the first Monday in April. Til Depnty Mavor of Pilthbnrg baa de oi.'oJ tlmt I.imburg cliecae ii a iiilmanco. and hug fined a store-keeper of the eity S-t) and cogta for hating it on hand. Sah Josk, California, has gone into xilk eiilture, with a company h iving a capital nl 611 0,000 J the machinery has an i veil, tin loiiiidatiiin of the bull linjj is laid, au ! the worms are at work. Thk result of the Spring elnclions, thus far, haa been highly lavorutde to the K publican party. Tho niunioiiial -eleclioiix in Moinphia, St. Louis and Nanhvllle re Hiilted iu swopping Ropttblican majoritii. Our tuajorily iu Memphis was about 1.1)00; in St L iuiii 1,000, and Nasli villa 1,000. , A dispatch from Omaha, on the 4tli inst., ays tho Pacific Railroad branch connecting he Chicago and Northwestern at St. John, I iwa, with the Sioux City, ia oompleted. The officers of the Northwestern, accom panied by the government commissinnnrn, have gone to Sioux City to examine at id ro port on the condition of the road. Tub Cincinnnti Chronicle Company, an association formed tor the purpose of car rying on a general publishing busincsa left its certificate of incorporation for record at Ihe Rffcorder's oflioo on the fith innt. The capital stock ia $150,000. divided into 300 shares, of 500 each. The co p jrators nrc It. U. Stephenson, Win. II. Smith. 0. W. Nixon, J. M. Wilson, J. W. Sands. E. Long ley, II. G. Armstrong, Win. E. Davis. Br far the greatest Repub'icin victory his been reached in the Ora ilia city election on the 2d. LuKt year the Ojmocrata elected tho'r ticket by over 200 majority. They wore ju'iilant, and having control of (he el y (or five years felt confident of au eas) victory. The Republicans organized and worked, and the result is that they have elected their candidate for Mayor by 483 majority, and elected their whole ticket ex cept two Aldermen. So it goes. Xbw Ont.KAVBfarch 16.-A. M. Holbrook, President of the New Oi loans AsmicUted Piers, ir. a card denies the truth of the st Ue- uient made in some Northern papers that the bands of tho fire companies recently played the "Ronnie Blue Flag" in front of Gen. Hancock's headquarters and that the latter rode in a carriage with Jefl. Davis. Gen. Hancock goes to W&shiuto i to night pursuant to orders. Gen. Reynolds, now in Texas, will aisume command ot this Department. A card is published, signed by 200 north ern and western men, citizens of this State, endorsing Gen. llano ick's course while in command here. Flattering Compliment. ' Tito New York World, an ultra Damn, cratlo paper, gives the followih coinpli. meolary notice of the ' niarlyr" Vallanliq hah : lint thia reckless dernigog no Lad a more ampla store of pent op vengeance against tlie Demoerstie party. Ha wanted to be elacted United Statss Senator ; and the sue Oihs of liis competitor, Judge Tlitinnan, Dili lino witu race ana envy. When I hur uiao waa put in one aoale and Vallandig ham in tha other, it waa like weighing a eiiaine eoin against one fubrioatad of base tnotal.. It lilltuesa caasad it to kick the b4T allhouub it bad parsed through the mint of martyrdom and bore a stamp which would have giveu ourrenoy to a pieoe hav ing iutrinsla valne. A counterfeit com is not only a bad tlnnj itself, but it brings suspicion and discredit on the genuine. It ia tune this base piece were nailed to the counter. Judas Iaeariot waa for a long lime tolerated among the disciplea, although it waa known lh.it he had a devil i but we do Dot read that the association waa con tinned after his open co-operation with the p.rly of crucifiera. The defeat iu the Eighth District of Ohio can be very -well borne, if it enables the Democratic party to fling off tbia viper, , Common Pleas Court. TUkCoflrt of C3ihm Tha nti Jndga K. S. Lattt prillng. Judge Morr Is expected to assist la the txereii af judicial func !.. inl. Tk rimin il iliw.kl haa hea ohaaed - ., . t . ul. i.:.,l . '.t. .' ill aunng mis session, ni wnicn ina vwnwsi v.w "i the mat importart. We learn that Judge wilt hear tba rasa al eid'ita m.rit. , W regret to itat that this ia probably the last term of Court orer which Judge A. S. Lattt will sreeidsla this couujj. The .Be law dividlar judioial district, an! providing an extra Judgr, reojuiroa the election of hi successor in April next. In hia rctirrmeot from official relation with this enmity, we desim to bear our record to faithful, impartial and cntnpetent manner in which the Ju Ige haa discharged his ooerou and labor tout duties. Brer prompt, no maa can charge him with noglect of duly. Strictly Impar tial, hia decisions have been rendered without re gard li P'jrjnnat Ihtftost. AotnatPd by the high est lenii of equity, he has administered jmlice In the spirit aud intent of the law. In diligence. In obliging manners, In gentlemanly bearing, and in his irreproachable m irals, the Judges hat been a model jurist, and tho feqjlng of respect and esteem for him generally prevails. In saving that W regret his retirement from Judicial associations with this county, we but express the opinion aud sentiment of the people at Urge. WANTED Five or six huudred Dog Skins Address J.'T. 6WFET, Bog 21, I'errysburg, O.1 I POS'T WANT amy or Tns STrrr ! " Said an ignorant fellow to hia physician, who had re eommended him to procure a bttlo of I'olnnd'a While Pino Comiionnd for severs Kidney and Bladder affections. He " didn't believe in 1'aUn' Modieine." and so suffered on through life. A man of sens would hardly be so foolish. JfKW KiMtf or Aku. Te notice travelers are carrviog new arm ( for self-defense). It consists of a neat papkage, is nlivavs readr for use, ni.d is labeled..!. W. Poland's tiuin.ir Doctor. A aure euro for Scrofula and all diseases of tli liloml Put ii i in larire bottles, and for sale by l'Ki'K Si HiUILTON, at $1. IIas Nature an antidote for acinircd diiipftacs The Pi.vttiO!J DiTTKKS. prepared bv Dr. Drake of New York, have no iloiibt benefited and cured more parsons of Dyspep-ila, Nervousness, Sour Stomach, I. iss of Appetite, Sinking Weakness, Oeneral Dooility, am! Mental Despondency, than anv other article in existence. They are o "Inpi'Sed of the purest roots and herbs, carefully prepared, to be taki-'n as a tonic mid gentle stimulant. They are adapted to anv age or condition or life, und are extensively popular with m ithers and persona of sedentary habits. M viN0i.i t VVatkr. A delightful toilet article superior to Cologue and nt half the price. LIT 12 It A It Y N OTIC EM. (iodey'a I.dya lloolt. The April nunib.-r is beautiful. The embellish ments ar superb. Aming them may be found The Rustic' Hello a steel plate, and a handsome one; Colored Fashion-plate, containing six figures) a large Extension sheet containing tliirly-nlne en gravings -aiming them will be found designs for eleven dresses, suitable for every occasion ; bon nets, caps, head-dresses, ladies' waists, children's garments, embroidery, braiding, etc., nlsn occupy their place upon it) Sisterly Affection, a beiiitiful tinted picture for the juveniles ; Country Joys Is another lino engraving for our young friends. In the funcy work department will be munii uesagn for a key-bag, note-case, spectacle-case, Knitted bracelet, crochet knitting bag, iiin-ciisiiion, lady's cap-bag, wheelbarrow niatqli-box, and Jewel enso. A Cottage, in the nomteil stylo is also given, .win. the plan. The Literary department m mad up of articles Irom me pens ot me oesi magazine wri ters or the day. Terms One copy ono year, $3; four copies $10. We will furnish the .Ioi'Rnal and foirjf one year fort! ill. . Address 1j. A.Unduy I'liiladulphia. fetcrson'a Ma;raxliie. . ' The April iiuiober pf tins clmrming magazine Is equal to any of its predeceasors. Aside from the literary excellence of Prtcrn. and the artistte beauty and variety of its embellishments, its oiig inal Household Recipes are worth its price many times over. Every one of these llecipes lias been thnrnuelilv tested, and can be relied on. Other Kecipi s lor llm liillel, nick-room, cic, are given. It is .economy in housekeeping to take this maga zine aa an instructor nun Route. Terms Two Dollars per annum; tlireo copies $4 AO; four copies. Six Dollars. Address Charles J. Peterson, 300 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Brave (Jlynse Is the' .Unit." No one who is noticing the signs of the times will doubt this, and a rousing Campaign Song aud Chorus, with the above title, dedicated to the Grant Clubs, must be eagerly sought for by his friends. Such a Song is now before us with stir ring words, exciting melody and easily arranged lor the piano. Mailed tree, by inclosing 30 cents to J. A. Hi'TTRHKiKi.n, Drawer 0181, Chicago. MARRIED. FORREST CANFIEM). On Wednesday evening, March 11, by Kev. Jackson Dull', Mr. William U. Fobhkkt and Miss Lt'cr C. Can fikld, all of Webster Tp., Wood County, Ohio. PERRYSBURG MARKET. [CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & CO.] PERRYSBURG, March 19, 1868. Arptss Oroen V bu 1 00 ; dried 2 2j. Uekswax 2ic 'v lb. IiUTTR-30fB35c lb; Eprs,2025c 1 dox. Flour 10 00(il3 60 V barrel. Grain Kar Corn (1 00 tf 100 lbs.; Oats 511 60c; live 1 00. Wheat 1 V0&2 60 bu. Shelled Corn, &0 to 8ic. Meats Hams 12J(?815o V lb ; Shoulders 10 12io; Dressed Hogs oaVOO V cwt. n.AIlD 15c Itl. . PorATOES WOuSl 25c bushel. . Salt 3 00 barrel. Wool 3040o V lb. TOLEDO MARKET. TOLEDO, March 19, 1868. FLOUR Fine, $7 00(ir7 50; Kiipei-tino 8 00 8 25; Extra, 5il(iilU 00; Double lixtra and Fancy, 10 0U.fUOt). Kye Flour, $U. . . UltAlN Wheat JftOJ65cj Corn 02(ftl'5cj Oats 83c; live lt)5o ; Hurley quiet. POItk Mess new '24 V)ta2i 00 ; Hams lie Shoulders lc. Dressed Hops, 1(d.'io 1 Iti. LAUD Prime, in bbls, l.'Dc; do. keirs, 14c. llUrrGK-Fresh roll 32o; iu keK 2Se. . E(J(S-0c. GUOCEUIUS CofTee-Rio 22(?27ci Java SScj Sujrars raw sugar ll15o j crushed V(tnc granulated 17-ct A coffee lttVc) It coflee Id Jije. O coffee 15!rol6c. Teas ii tinji Hyson. iU(i? 175c; Imperial 120$l75c; Illack lOO.flClliOo Japan lilll i 1 5c. Molasses 85(gl00o. rlirnps fair 85f J iio; good 80f.4SSc ; prime vUUOc. Bice Kanpoon 10c; Carolina lit. LUMIifcU-flear $5:t; 2d clear 48; box $11; stock boards S22; common boards culled Hit fencing 17; cull fencing l I; flooring strips $4H; 2d do i ii: joist, sj inlling and timber, 1H feet and under.tlH; A 1 18-inch sawed shingles 5 60 A 2 18-inch sawed shiugles 4 60; 10-inch sawed shingles 5 00 and 4 25; clear and second dressed flooring 40 00; common dressed flooring 30 U0; common tressed siding (17; 2d and cleardreisnd siding 25; dressed stock oommnn, 12-iucb, $24; dressed common boards $18; Lath 3 00, SPECIAL NOIICES. TO CO.VSUMPTIVES.. . . Th Kiv CDWABO a.. WIL80R will aead (free- charge) te all who daatre H, the praserlpllnn with the direction l for making aad aslng the simple reme dy by which he wa eurad ol Consumption. Ilia enly objeet is t bsnaUt tba anlletad, aad be bopee avery auBarar will try thia prescription, a it will enst iham aslhicg, aad may prova a Maaslng. Pleaae adras Rav. BOWAHO A. WILSON, ( , V: lasaautk eoea4-at , WiilUoaburgh, N. V. IKFORMAJIOH, lareraaallaa gturantaal to predaea a lanrtsnl grawtb f hair apoa a bald head ar baardlaaa face, also a raalpa for tba removal of Pimples, Blotch, Xf apttaae, ate., aa tba ektu- laavwig tha aaete sort, claaraoS aaaatlful. eaa oHiainvil witli'tt charge by a.liraaaiog TU08. P. Oll.l'HAN Ch.iui.t, 9t ait breailway. N York. Eft ROUS OP YOUTH. A Oaatlaaaaa wka safer for yaara from Kerveu Dabilltr, Pramatar Dveay, aad all th cVeet at jfo I ledlKrailoo. will, for lbs sat ef safferlng bamao. ity, sead fre to all who aead II, Ih rsclp aad dirae lion for making the simple remedy by which he cured Bnffcrers wishing ta proBt tj the dvrti.r' axaarleaxe, can da ao by addreMlng. I perfe JO UN B. (HlbKN, was , at C4i street, Kw York. to ; I do nt th ro was -d.noe, TOLEDO ADVERTISEMENTS W. A. SMITH, 9fnefi ofOivil Engineering It. tB aammnaiirtri) Cov' Sew Building TOLEDO, OHIO. T)0?SKSStNQ auperlor faeililie. t m tr. 1 pared to do sll kinds of Kngineering and Cur veting ror HAliruao. nignways, n iwr-1 o.ni, eta., at short aotiee and reaaoaabl prices. IJ- Orders left with ft. It. VaLkAsa win re- aeiva prompt attenlioa. 4..I COOK, Dealer ia WATCHES, CLOCKS ft JEWELRY, No. ITS Summit street, Toledo, Ohio. Citiaena of Perrvsbors? and of Wood County who have Watchea'CUx-ka. or Jewelry to be re paired, will bare their ordora executed in a prompt aad eatialactory manner, ass riCTUltE & FINE ART. 33. QTTia-X3a"ST, Manufacturer of and Dealer In Picture Frame", "foleUne;, Rratrkta, Itreaalng (aanl.vaia biaasta, Frames made to order in snv at via of finish. German and English Curomos, Engravings, Paintings, &e. alia . 103 Adanaa-atrcct, Tote4et Obtla. j.t.ncs SAXSO.I CO. a Ijiimber Ioalcrs, nntl Commission Merchants, 131 Sum tult-at real, Twleda, O. RtFEftKNCES Itxchange Bank, City Bank, Toledo: Verm.l &. Co., Bankers, New Vork. l4,,L Auction, Coramtssion. and Storage, Ry HAWI E St HI 1C1.F.1 49 Stiumlttrec, 'I olrdo, ttaito. VI.L kinds of Merchandise. Live Stock, Aprl-c-tilltir.il Implements, Furniture, nr Real l'.f late s' ld at auction. Job Lots for Merchants re ceived daily. Uoods mid at private sale between the hunt's of auction. Sates attended to in every part of the Stale, Consignments millri'id. RAWl.K A Ol'ltiLEY. T. Qi iulxv, Auctioneer. 40 asprrw SHOWS. JAUKS SANSON Exchange Bank of Toledo, 131 Sniiiuilt-Nlrr t. GOVERNMENT BONDS of vll kintls ; GOLD. SILVER and COUPONS, BOUGHT XD SOLD. 7.30's ExrhaBgcd for 5.?0 Gold Bonds. Exchango on Now Yorlv. Trrtfts on ENGLAND, IRELAND, GERMANY, &e. :. . Deposits, received und Interest allowed. Accounts Holieitod ou fiivorablo terms. Collections liindc on all points. ANDREW BROWN & CO., - Bankers, Toledo, Ohio. New York Correspondents : YF. KM II, YE A CO. 40t TOLEDO AOEKCY OF The Great United States Tea Company HOLLISTER & WILBUR, Druggists and Grocers, 01 Siimmltt rcct Toledo, I)EGITLAR npnninted Apcnts for the sale ol Vi Teas and ('oll'ccs, imported by the Great Uni ted Wtntes Tea Warehouse of T. Y. Kxli.kv A Co. Xo. 30 V'esev-slrcet, N. Y. T. Y. Kelley t Co. wish it especially under stood th.it they puaranteo all tho Teas and Coffees sold (beni n (t'lhis Ti ade-matk )hy the above firm, .lire anil iiiiuutiltcrateil, as iinporteo by them. I liev are sold at the same prices as at their Ware-! house in New York, and ut a tritium advance on iliec.iiL'o price, and are of tho best finality and l.ivor. 1 lease exauuuu .Messrs. 1. . ivvller a Co.'s - rnicovxjai, TEAS. Oolonirf Black), RO, 70, SO, WO, 1 er 11. best. Mixed (Green and Black), 00, 70, HO, HO, SI per !t best. Yoiinsr nvson (Green), 00. 70,80, 90, 91, a I 10, tl 25 per lb best. Imperial (Green) P0, 91, 91 Z . Eng. Breakfast (Black). 70, 80, vO, al.tl 10, 1 20, beat. Japan, V0, 91, i 25 per Th. , Gunpowder, l 25, $1 eO per Hi. COFFEE. We mako a specialty of Ground Coffee. Our list, as will be seen, comprises an extensive vari ety in price, and quality , but we confidently assure our patrons that any and all will give perfect satisfaction. vrticrc LIST. 25 cents, 30 centa, 35 cents, best old Government Java 40 cents. Our Royal Club ColTee, Is pronounced by judges aa an exeellent article warranted pure. 35 cents per pound. CLUB ORDERS filled at Now York prices, and sent by Express to any part of the country. Charges collected on delivery. Good Tea and Coflee 'mav' now be procured from HOLLISTER & WILBUR, at from 50 to per cent, less tb-n parties have been in the habit of paying. Remember, the place to mako this saving is at 40 01 Summitsf reet, Toledo. ,11 YKtBSi I3XP:HIF.lVCf;i-RArtCAL a' CUKK9 WARKANTKD.-DHL'ID 11181'EN- sntory. Established on the Foieign Plan. In Myers' Block, Monroe-Btreet, Toledo, Ohio A PERMANENT INSTITUTION. The undersigned calls ine attention oi inose in--. terestod to the fact that he has established a suite fflnwvof riHims in Myers'Block, - lin Klnlinui.itrml.i r..l SVl'iilMr Dicpeneatory for the (Wxireatiiieiu anil permanent uuio ui ail tuun u PRIVATE DISEASES whether of recent origin or of long standing iu MALE OR FEMALE The auceeaa which haa attended the practice tlij undersigned in the traatmentof diseases com ing under th above bead, i aulucieut ruarantee that what lie undertakes he performs, andiucvery case uiiects a raoicai enra. Private rooms arc provided where consultations can be procured in the strictest confidence. Ueneral nlhce over Mo. 14 ano3S Monroe-street first room to the right at the top of the stairway, over Cornucopia. All lettera containing a remit' tance or postage-stamp promptly answered. t-f umce nours Irom 10 lo ,anil Irom i to V. Call ic or address R. II. TYMPANY, M. I). 3is Toledo, Ohio. i. W. Kldy, Dealer In HATS, CAPS, FURS, ROBES. UMBRELLAS. ETC. NO. 1 2 8 S U at M I T STREET, Sit Toledo, O. WE ARB ntxno A COnpLETG REVOLUTION IN TRADE! ADar selling lor ONE DOLLAR, Pilk, Merino and Alpacna Dresae, Shawls, Bal morals, Linea Goods, -Watohat, Jewolrr, Silver plated War, Sewing Maehinea, As. Hand elub of ten or mora, with IS eta. for eaeh descriptive ticek, and the retter-aip of th elub will reev preseul worth IS to 4MM), aoeordinf to number aent. Ageuta wantvd everywhere. Circulars sent free. PARKER Isl CO., ti and 66 Federal str.tt, Boaton. 39m Houss and Lot' for Sale TDK undersigned would announce ta tho who ara iu wanl nf a neat and comfortable real dance, io good localltv, thai hs ha aueh sn oo 'or tale at a barirain. The ll.iua I built on 321, Fifth-street, on square from the Court-bouac. Th. House waa built by Prof, Ewing, on year ago, tor ni awn eonvaoienc. F'r farther information, apply n tb premla . ; ClAOXCtT 8IITE'8. vJU-aW V of s Lot TOfJTOOAMY S. W, WIIITMOUK & CO., TOSTOOAW, OHIO, MALiai ia Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS. riala. Caps, BixiU, ' Shoes ' iroa. Nails, Ola, 3D HUGH & MEDICINES. Oils, Faint s, Dye Stufld, Family Modicmcs, Perfumeries, Notions, &o, &c. Furnituvo of All Kind, at Toledo prices. PROVISIONS AND FLOUR, Of the best quality, at the lowest mill price. t-if The above Goods have been bought low for cash, aelected with the greatest care, aud will be sold at the very oirr.l Prim. Call and exam ing before purchasing elsewhere. NEW HARDWARE STORE. BLISS, WIIITM011E & CO. Have on hand a good assortment of GENERAL. IIAIIDWAKE Which has been purchased under groat advan tages, consequently they have determined to sell at TOLE OO TRICES to' Cosh Customer. They will make a specialitr of STOVES, And will offer them at prices that will demonstrate their ability to sell cheaper thaii any other House in this region of Ohio, Farmer, call aud examine, and GET YOUlt BARGAINS. WDITMORE A CO. Alao have a First-class STEAM SAW-MILL. and sre well prepared to supply bills of LUMBER with promptitude, snd at the lowest rates DOORS, SASH & BLINDS, In fact, almost everything required for Huildiup pin poses. Tontogany, February II, 1808. ilij. Peck, filler & Co., , TiiniB..r, Wnnri r,nnr. 0. DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FAKCY DRY GOODS. CLOTH ISO, BOOTS AXD SHOES, 11 ATS AN D CAPS, GROCERIES, II AROW ARE, QUEENSWARE, () LASS WARE, TAXKF.E NOTIONS, iC. FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS Farmer of Washington Township and vicinity) we pay the Highest Market Trice in CASH FOR GRAIN St PRODUCE. We have ample storage for any quantity of Grain atso; CORN IN THE EAR Being at all timra ready to take your surpluacraia e aay to one ana an BRING IT ALONG. Tontoo ant, March 18, 1807. 20 MARTIN WAllNEIt. Tontogany, Ohio, 1" ANUFACTURER of and Dealer in Raddles If A Harness, Collars, Tninks, llri dies, Whips, Halters, and in fact at most every article connected with the Saddlery and Harness depart ment, in the manufacture of which is used tho very best of stock in the market. None but the best of workmen are employed and all order tilled by the time specified. PRICES LOW. and all work made according to contract, and warranted to give aatisfaclion. Curringo Trimming and Repairing Done to order and promptly attended to. A good assortment of SADDLERY HARDWARE On baud. Call and pes for yourselves befora pur chasing elsewhere. t-tjT Hides, Orain and almost every article Farm produce taken iu exchange. ttf" Uoods sent free of charge to any point the Railroad. 4I J. T. ItYMEIl, Tontoajany, Wood County , Oltle), FARRIER & BLACKSMITH. Manufacturer of all styles of WAGONS, CARRIAGES & CUTTERS. All work turned out by hlin is warranted five satisfaction. If. B. H baa bad ooniidcrabl etpcrience F A It It I E 11 , Am) warrants a cure in Horses diseased with Lameness srislng front bad sboslng, or tboas baring contracted fet. tif Farmer, giv him a sail i h will do your bnsiness well snd promptly. Tontoguby, February H, IMS. tin D. F. DAVIS. M. D., Phystlcian and Surgeon, (Late Aaaiatant Bdrgeoa ia tb 8th Ohio Cavalry) IS rSRXiMINTl,Y IOC ATI tl AT Totr (Dually, Vond County, O. Ii3u E. EDWARDS, ktsnafaeturer and Dealer ia Dootet and Shoeo. Ladies' Gaiters, &o. Toatogany, Wood Conuty, O. iW Particular attention paid to Castom l prio)nt. rial. low for Ready-pay. tW Cath paid lor Bid. 42 u ADVERTISEMENTS. of on to as Tontogaay, Oklo, nr.At.ia i PURE DRUGS & MEDICINES, PAINTS,- OILS DYESTUFFS, Olnss & cnngsWnrc, PERFUMERY, FANCY AJmCLES AND NOTIONS, t Puro Wines aad Brandlos, (For Medical purposes) PATENT MEDICINES, ETC. ! I Very fin assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES. Aa low a ra e purchased for rash. Hooks and Stationery, Wall ami Window Papers, 1'etiN, 1 jnoils, Superior Inks, And all other articles usually kept by Drugjrista PICTURE FRAMES &M0LDIKQ3 Of the newest styles and at the lowest prices. The above articles have been bona-ht low for Cash, aelected with ajreat care, and will be war ranted aa roprcaenteu and sold st the very lowest casn price. fW rhylclatna' Prcrlatln Cr- tilly Ctnpannd4. X. I). Likewise Aeitnt for that sterling Insur- ncc Company the Hartford fire, of Hartford. lontoKany, february u, l"H. a.'n GiiiUi:iiT iu:acii, DKALKR IN DRY (500DS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, CORN-M E AL, II ATS & CAPS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, HOOTS & SHOES, FLOUR, SALT, NAILS, GLASS. Will ray Cash Col fttiy (Jttnnlity nl STAVES. Pcrrysbnrc, Marck 11, lBfi. 4(lu DRY GOODS. IIROWX and llleached Sheetings and Shirtings; 13 lieniniai tSlripea ; Tickings ; Cottonade. Ae. Ac. at ItKACH'S. READY-MADE CLOTHING, 17011 Meu'a aud Boy' wear, at i BEACH'S. Flour of All Grades. I Y the barrel or aack, for aale at 1 O. BEACH'S. BOOTS & SHOES, O F the best custom-makes, in variety at IIKAl'Il-H, HATS & CAPS. LAUUF. aasortment at O. BEACH'S. GREAT EXCITEMENT In Terrysburp, at (he CHEAP CASH STORE or A.G.Willinms&Bro STACKS OF NEW GCODS DAILY ARRIVING t Old-Time Prices Once More Our atock ia a targe one and well selected, with a view to the special requirements oftbis section ofthecountry ,and wecome before thepub'.ic aitb tne oonnuence mat WI CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD ! It would be Impossible toenumcrate articlctsnd pricea. To beappreoiated they muat be seen, and an invitation is therefore extended to the whole community to call and see the beantifulstyl and quality of our STOCK OF DRY GOODS, Which embraces all the most desfrablcqualities to ba found in th market. LADIES DRESS GOODS. We invite tha examination of the l-ai'-ie our magniflccntassortmentof Uresstloods, among which may be louna Silks, Empress Cloth, French Merinos, Poplins, Alpacas, English Merinos, Delaines, Calicoes, Lace Curtains, Cloaking, lH'ched Shetlngs,Ladies' Cloth, 4c. GENTLEMEN'S WEAK. Hats, itoots, Jeana, Cloths, Collars, Cans, ahoes, Hallnotla, Casaimercs, lloNiery, Colli inadeS( Ac, Ao. OUR STOCK OF DOMESTICS U full and complete, snd will b disposed of at Orciitly lleducid Prices. Best rrinla at U cants pr ysrd ( Brown SbMtingi and Muslins tO to JO tebts. Denims, Stripes & Ticks. Also, a good assirtiBtnt of Carpets & Oil Cloths. OUR STOCK OF CUtLERY, GROCERIES, GLASSWARE. QUEEXSWARE, YANKEE If 0TI03S, to, &o ! full aad somplaita, and eaa sot ba arpaad variety, qoaiity snd low fliur. tifOnr styla arc tb vary latest, aad to Cask Cuatoiaar our prioes ar th very lowest. If. 0. We deslr thoa of our patrons who have unsettled secnunts of th la at jr ta sail aad attl lbn aa aooo as poaaible. A. 0. WILLIAMS 4 BRO. - Fsrifabarg, Vor.ssbw 7, 1867, 3 a Ut CftfAr NEW fNGLAKU Rf KEOTT DR. J. W. POaVAKITJ VHITE PItlE C0r.I tHf WHITE mt C0MPOL' CUFtt ar) Bet Threat, Oolda, 0 cTi Con"' Wpstfcarla. tT1' it BreaAltla, Bplttlaf '.BIoeA, and falateaary - tT ANk-.fatflly. r la remarkable Ia. . mm i- any fa I loaf y 0na. JL flalat. DUWtas, Dl. . JL.. aalty at voaalag Oria. r - - VlMOUg fron Ik Xlda.ya, Blada, aa4 fjrav, "It was Mrlf In tk spring of ISA tkat lU Caaa pound was originated. A mem bar of my (kially was afflleted with aa Irritation fit the threat, attend with adisMrevaWeeouih. 1 kadforaaaiaaroavh ' arevica theutht tba a preparatloa, aalf IU " It. haslf thaln.ldel.ark of whlurlae.atlrkt Mm ' eomaonnded aa to be very nMfal ka thtraastfffa ' throat and luna-s. To teat the valaa of ll ia th ' aae alluded to, I compounded mU aaaatlty aat the medieln that I had beea plannln , sad tav In trapoonful doses. Tha rota It waa laaej-inirl)- srattfyins. Within two dan th IrrllaUea ef th throat was removed. the eautb obaidaJ. aad ipeady cure waa n"etd. Soon after lata I aaal -Soma to a lady In Londandarry, V . II., waa had 1 bean aulfarint for eomo weeks frsm a aad . -tlrtrsaloned by a snddea eeld, aad had raise at asm ' trrakad with blosxl. She ooa foaad rUtV a4 ant for more. 8h took about tan aaa of tt -and sot well. J.B.CIark, Esq., editor oflh Man or! oat or Voi't Mirror, mad a trial of tb Ban preparation In th eas of a aavar cold, aaal wast cared Immediately. II Was so hitkly plaaaad with the resulta, and o eontdentofsnicsa attend- inn It aales If placed befora tha publla, that ka nally persuaded me to five it a earn aad mJ abroad to benefit the suffering,' TcxsLlinonimleW A t"" ffffrnW fWfral hr r fTwH IH7rfv)st faw'Jawta(wlFj' svvat tv m IA" mart jUtUrfp trmi - ito H'ktU rm Dr. yiVHOLR, WJ hrf IX, : I AnH tht WlnU li-M (Ftl to W i-jrf . tiONt, nA mttjf in nnv and mir pmlm h mf9im9$t t.o4itc and lhtr ktmbiU rynSt Prt. J. K. CltASKt PumH9 V. IT, xrltrt . pound at an iitvdl-af4i rtmutjf. i em Irmly Kif thmt 4 rwura ir hi wrrn man mnvuamtm am 9110 9 vmn trw 1 IhaniuH t iktn CA Cbmpotmd fbr m void, mf A MhJrtVf MurmwiIjf.' BRADFORD, A. IT.. Spftmttr, WA). Pt. rot a xn 1 h v run j ivr, m n ffttf tWif, which bivttpht an vry mr, r4f V, mm mi kt nilt and wwl. and rwutsff I at Wtil tVffr) fWI o.tdy tOrtJ wuA tAal troHUttont 'w A Kuht (towplmnl. riw rrie isttv yrn pan ' aovr asen aw much trtmbUct will my lamar im (amp. eAatoap p4 ruinny an mmmH tyhl, tnfa t b-td cotiah ttfttr tviafiay fcx(. i jru itvu aiy lose ntrt miut r ainn umrm i f.Nl get rilitf. thi Sprtny, I ea mimracf to $ry yMatr 11'AiM niu imm. taaoaa air lam tat; mikwU ItHt. fe me atbrnuhmntL tm'ort I hott tuAsst tiea boUittt sty c.al A teal M'r, fa A-l.rary trohU afto, ana emtbi rtu nis 'tui.iii CAuwiny up amm ramiyi a ana. I Ant takat aworly (Am IMllii, and mriiif itkt art matt. mM mfd lanf my Jttltft Aoarv It 1-sVtt ti OaiMmfirioa, myuMtr, muthri; ami tin (ulna Aartn lira won u- raa 1TMI4 Aim OMnrwmrf, adrliv4 at in-fit ir ettr cnlumn$, it nt4 only tti Us itt name tntsfitay, cue it AijSy p;mvtf mfrrtrtne. vr. J. n. twaait, txt n mkK fiti tbt cenAdtnet nf th many who krunf htm. arm. Utitnco tcAicA Ac nj"vrd tratlc la6ortti uttfuity sunt yourt at a tpui mtmstrr. tfit oxptnmtoe aj a frvtr ltd him to smA trptrimmft wAtM t'tMed in Ail wwdicaJ diicutau-y. Doaloa M'atchuiaa ana Reflector. A TALVADLt VKDTClKRt. nionft ITAO Vino lmpoHntl, adrerpani is our wWioatu, it a mcortt. ful attempt In eom6iwc and apply IA medtoal mrhtot of )h Whit ISiu bark. H hat ln et.'ed mr Ci voriplt in tnn ritf and tan'titty, anil lav proprietor hat ttttimomalt lo Mt vuae frum ptrnmt voU twmm te ear tititrnt. ir raeoiaiHeail tf trial m all tmm ratro of dittatt to wAirA it 1 adaytrd. Jt t Jar tilt y WI po-iim(7i. new l ora luaepvaaenb The White Fine Compound ft wifiW,-fvTd at tkt ysr KVOLAXa BQTAXm VEfOT, m llanmtr Strati, B-ttom. at GEORGE IT. SWEn, M. th, Froprmtor. IW West & Truas and Dooley Beo Wbol sale Agenla, TolrUo, At Keutil by sll Druggist. 18il CLOSIiNG OUT SALE I Great Bargains For Thirty Days ! II. II. HOUSTON, l'errjNburr, Ohio, With a View of Changing Baslnes( . Offers nutil February I, 186S, TO CASH CUSTOMERS, Extraordinary Inducements, IN Dry Ooods, Groceries, Boots & Hhoes, Clothing, Hats & Caps, Crockery. Notions, Sec. MY STOCK IS NEARLY COMPUTE IN ALL THESE BRANCHES. Persons wishing to mak good bargains, will do well to call snd Examiu Uoods and Pries, s. I am bound to sell, 30 H. H. HCC3T0K. GILEAD DRUG STORE, LEAD, Strictly Pur. at Toledo Trices. LINSEED OIL,.. COAL OIL, Warrantsd 110 degrets. . DYE STUFFS, " Rent Quality..'.. PERFUMERY. SOAPS, All Kin&L POCKET CUTLERY TOYS and NOTIONS SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY. WALL PAPER SPENCERIAN PEfsTS INKa-All Colors ; ; AIMOST mAYtHfraS AT GARDNER & COU Oilead, January I, JW8. '' .Vis TOB WORK, ia all style st. rr,. tttl o, J auMwalaw JOAtgrAsV Oif it'