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Deep-working the Soil. I hull il ilutinin.il ruled Hint Ihn iiverno slue of lutul in lillnn is nelt.v ni-cin ntely ttionniirrtl liy the depth tonhiuh it Iiuh lon thoroughly wtukeil. Tlmt In to snv t 1 1 n lurni if on littiiilred hoick, u hcimd mie. dull linn ti Oft lilnl.nntl w II' li Il It ill I II ill n versus depth nf KtX Inches ol Ihtmill.-lily worked ml pnlveriod noil, is worlli 81 tin rr acre no Urn il linn benn I illn.l nml M) r nern fur ihe residue li nil, 81 ft.M) t ten the vnliie nf tlmt (m m would da increased to flO.OOOlf those lift nrrenoftillugfl tvero no worked ton tlrplh ot twelve melius j f I2,f0(t if tlia depth tl- ril on the portion in tillnc' werelneTfnnoti eighteen inches; and 115,1100 if It werentill further incrennoil to two left. And I f-'l cnnfiilent tlmt nn thrifty, cnpnblo fnrnior enn tncrenso liin -enllli no fast dy buying more lunil, dy lending din money, or dy inventing it it. mines of stocks of nny kind, ns dy inorens. ing tli o depth of din omMo noil. There rnny do exceptions fnuiuloil in lorntioti licre lnnd is very nliuiiiluiit mid clienp, lit' dor donr ond irodnctti low.pricuil ; dut llio iretieral rnlo remains h I Imvo Muted. And rdedevollio iiicnnn aro now within rcncli whereby most Aineriunn (armors tnn on liniice liii vnlno of thoir n.adlo noil to the extent of nt iciint $1(10 per ncio nt n cost or not more tlmn dull that num. Uiulertlriiin. ing mid HuliHoiliiiK mo emli nod in il (iIucb ; dnt I linvo now in mind sottietliiiin different from Iheso, though it tuny poiliups do regnrdnd nsnn improvement mi'or per lection of (do latter. I refer to nil improved nyntetn of Trcntli-plowing. Jtist before llio ground fin.o up, ncvenil "neeknnco. I ran tip ono fi rcimnn to lonn ' (Dr. liiuiit n iclot in Ido Hudson,) to witm-in llio prnelicnl woikmg ol two or three, Trenching-I'lown l tho Iloetiir'n device on tlia gravelly, rocky nudnoil of Hint ielot. Tho ground dnd nh endy been clunrotl of com nidorndlu ntonesnml well woiked to n depth vt a loot, very nenrly t below which win the snlisoil just msntiiiiiod compact, peb bly, nml well filled with stones of till sizes, from tlmt of a hii'n-egg up to lliut ol a to i kctllo. The plowmen ntitlei stood tl o:r IhinI tienn , but the team (two yokoof oxen) might well Imvo lieoti stronger. The plown woro if vnrioiiH pntturiiR, doing dcn'tnied for working dillureiit depths up to fully two foot ; but, though nowixo pretty to look nt, mil tint well ndupted to ntiimling alone, they were admirably calculated to minimize Hide, draft mid waste of power dy (Imping on tho bard ground bonenth them. What they aimed to do, and iliit, wun to combino nt moderate cent the bene liu of plowing, nub netting nml trenching, by loosening, pulver ising and thoroughly mixing tho urn luce and Ktilinoil, no that the clneest ohnei valion eoeld not dititingniiili them ( i uf it cndi other. 1 urn confident that IhU wan nuver nearly no well tlouo by tho npnde, at a coKt of nix timcH that involved in tho line of lr. limiit'n implements and process ; which, if the team wero incrcuncil to eight oxen or burses, mild not exceed per acre fur llio iiiokI thorough pulverization and cuiiiiiiingliiig ti a depth of fully two feel. I nhnll rent content with netting forth the results which I nuw produced, without attempting to oxplain fully tho proocHH, ninoo I nm only Heeking to call tho atten tion of practical men to tho nttliject. Con ode that, for tho present, only gardens, or rhnrds, viue-yurils, iiuihci ies, Sus., aro lilic- ly to bo thoroughly woikod to nuv nnch depth an two feet, how great miiHt bo tho iucreiiNO of prodilctH thus secured! That tho yield of fleets, Carrots, Sso , would bo in creased by more than ?."() worth per aero, will hardly lie duiilitutl ; while an orchard thus trenched would outline twice us long an ono stranded on hui tl-pan that rises to within six inches of tho surface. Tho best lirnctienl farmer 1 know assured mo, three years neo, that ho crow twelve, acres of good raiding on nn ordinarily subsoiled field with less than half tho fertilisers that be must have nppliod had he plowed but 'Is or seven inehes ; while a nevero pro tractetl drouth, that had Htoppod the urowlh of Ida neighbor'! "-truck" hud produced no effect on liis. 1 must improve some other occasion to . not forth my con victiou Hint, in our pric - rions climate, nudject to it rout extremes nf lleod and drouth, Pevp-Woi lilng i of the very highest importnuee,snd thut deepening our nralido fields will moro conduce to tho iaerense of our National wealth and strength , than the purchnso of a hundred SumaiittH and Wnlriinins. rJulfico St for tho prcsnnt that I have a ready answer to those who en ril ''It is very well to talk of llcep- Work , jug ; but who does il f Where T . How is ' it to do done V To theso questions I an swer, 1. Dr. C. W. (irant ; At lonn ; 3. Ily providing Deep-Working i'lows alter his patterns, and itnprovin); ou them if you can, Ifantc Git'thv, i ' , , , Grapes. ! i 8m rapid improvement has been ntado In the grape within the tisst fifteen or twenty years, that wo confidently look for ward to tho time (and that is not far dis tant) when tho ginpo tdiall be as suro a crop, and as generally cultivated ns any of tinr small fi nite.; - - s , - t . y Within the period mentioned," the Isa. lella wan considered our best grnpo, lint it would scarcely ripon in the very bent t situation. Soon after tho introduction of the Isabella came the Pia.ua, Concord, and noma others which wero perhaps a little in advance. Next tamo tho Muscadine and llarttord IVohlic, which were decidedly in advance of either of the others in point of ripening, but not in quality. The last grape introduced, which has gonn Into cul tivation to much extent, is tho Delaware, and. all thtuirs cousiiluied. it is the best grape for ottt door culture, which wo have tried in lUaino. 1 1 It tho experience, ami observation I have dad, I should recom mend for out-door culture, in this Slate, the Delaware, llai llord, I'mldic, mid Northern iViiscndiue, The. liext most important point alter securing good varieties, is location which should bo such as to protect them from the north and west winds, and secure the rays of the sun all day if pimsiblo, or at lunst two-thirds of tho fore part of it. Tho best Clinton grspes 1 ever saw, were grown in a ueepuuv, tlie vino being i lowed to run tu on the dank without nnv cure at all. Jiut this coiirso will tint do (or garden culture, I think most cvltivators allow their .vines to cover ton niuch sur face. Vines should be pruned immediately ntter tlie full ol Hie lent, as they are some tunes apt to bleed if pruned very late. It will also be found necessary to lay them down dtlriug.tho , winter, covering them 'with evergreens, forest leaves, or some , tiling of tho kind. Tdc town of Uenne , in Iti-ittauy, is noted fr its peculiar butler. ,The milk of tho previous evening is mixed with the warm morning's milk, and the mixture allowed to . ttaud for two or three hours, when tho whole is churned. Those who practice this plan claim that thereby they obtain larger amount ol butter of more delicious Ir small streums tiro not able to bear great ships, or yield great treasure, ;hey may, at least, water sotae drooping (lower, il not by the tiresido ol dome, by tho way. side iu life's pathway. ', Cnot'NU roa lci kvhikit.-If you have bees save a patch of ground for lutckvt heat tor tiioir pasture, it you tiave no does this grain will not come amiss in puneake times. A rixoK of Wed in MinuusoU is re pop tod to have yielded last season nt tl.e into of bushul ol khellud voru to tho avoro. im , , m ,4 A 4n d ig, cat., pig -ill diet nn) thing deal and buriod mar liuit lno will uc 'tilciato its lowth wuudcdully. Grapes. Our Scrap Book. CAMPAIGN SONG. BY PRIVATE MILES O'REILLY. Air HrHg ir-K, lik. dime, (111 rixir ndipiies, fellows, Ami ft nml il ( in s nwr, (In s I'rolil.'iilinl drinking ' Kr Rolnii for to gn bet lis trnmple thinn nil pirty ties lleni'itlli iittr lor of Itlitlil, And prmiillr rlalin t'lvux-n ilr.tnt As t'lttitnln t,f mir fliilil I ' ' ' Ho. ft I'rrsidenl L'lyes l.rt' eserr (tlns tie briiiltt My rwle I'ne eotmlrr ho Ins larotl, And (IihI ill-fund tliu Itiglil. In llii" wm Id Io-iIht nn prouder nmo In Ixirno nn snr hroeiio, Ami with (Irnnl to nteer tlie ship nf Kioto, Our flair shall ml tin) sens. No " lliiiiilnion " sltsll ho nurlli of us, And smith nf ns no tne Our rttars snd Hlri hi the Csnailaa, Ami likciTijo Msslen. ' Knr with I'reitiilent L'lrs Will be few who euro tn field j , linv lie rule tin) ronntrr tic hss surcd, And Ued thilend tliu Kitlit. Hi hnnil U soft in meet s friund, And iniiiled In meet s fuel He's the liniiipl Hirer lent, lie nitlKS ss its flow And iiur bretlirun of the hnaUn States Thene " aliens " of lo-tln v Will llnd n generous hand held ont When Uiaiit linn cmiiu to stvay I Fur gfiiormis Is t'lysnes Tn tlie tueii wlm tell his mi(hl Mht he rule (lie rmintrr he hits avel, And (hid defend tho )tiKlil. Ho. bnv, S final bumper, Whihi we nil Ihe clinrna ehsnt " I'nr Preniilenl we niiniiiiatu Our nn l lt'Hava Oriiul." And if lie ailii'd ivlmt Sntto ha l.siled from, Our hoIii reply lmll be, "From Appoinittlox t'niut HniMe, With tlio liiiiiiitM spple tree I" Fur 'twits there Hi eur l.'lrsaes Tlisl I.ee pnvu up tho finlil Kow, iKira, "Tn tlrnnl for President, And tied tliTeml tin) Uiaiit I" Slivers of Thought, by Josh Billings. Tho heart ov a truo friond in liko n mir ror ; if you look into it you ene yourself thnr. WiHilom (hat don't imiko ns bnpiu'er nint wulh plowing for. I nm I'redlul loud n v melody ; ond n bun in, with n nigger hung low It, will knock moro sense out ov mo in one nite, than I can get back in 'I weeks. It in a Komi plan tow kuo iimnny pool lo, but tow lot only a lew kno you. I have no moro respect lor those wiio enter lo my imagimishiin, than 1 hev for tho man who fust invented ginger pop. . I never Kint n man uv much wisdom who could ning a snug well, or play it fiddle. I iloul care huw mucli a lima tains, it iio says it in a few words. Howards delord makes its niineratiln ; it is jist so with punishments. hen I wuz a boy I .lied rather do licked twioo than tew bo postponed onct. Thar is ono tiling certain ; renhon vt. more than minder of tho pashmis. If this is iirolialily so, tho man must bo a phoul who tii it t Ims ov hisMcll. I think it reduces tho stomniick uko tew holler ; so I think it lessenn nwl kinds uv niiguit-h, jest hh it does sin, by owiiiu tew it. Vo nro willing tew pay more for being umu.ed than iuslriiktctl. How menny (oiks du yn nuppn.o thar iz in this world, who aro salinuod with things na lar as Ihey hev got t Not moro than C I'll dot. 'J'his looks rallicr dusky for tho rest of tho tribo. 'i'har nint no general rnlo fur happiness. A mult he tow bu mcnsiirod fur hi h.ippi lions, jist a, ho dux fur Iii7. boots, and oven lie don't nlwnys git a good fit. Joy will make u man change ends quicker then sorrow, .11 a young man kant find onnything dsn ho ir. fit for, I liko tn nuo bint entry a gold bended kalie. The top rounds uv a ladder are always tho must dangerous. I deleevo ill the html snlvniditin nv men but 1 want the ptivilcgo nv picking tho men Hero in tost the ililloreuco between, a success mid a foiluro ' . uv an inch. It ix a urate deal easier tow beat nature than tow canal her so it Is easier to bilo an egg tew much than jist enough. Every-day Philosophy. a Hans Patrick O'Conner, formerly known by tho nciti tie yliimn of " Iteau Hacked," contributes tho following to the St. Louis Homo Journal t Never insure your life for the benefit of your wife for a greater sum than ton thons and dollars. A widow wun more money than that ia a dangerous legacy to leave anatority. Tho came ol me is vary roucn uko a game or cards, lime deals, iioatu cuts, nml every body is waitine lor the last trump. I think men uriuK tn crowds because they ire afraid to drink by themsolvos. It requires considorablo courage to stand up alouo ami pour a glass of Whisky down vour throat. in re ate. nomo inconsistencies in tins woild that I don't exactly.. lindorxtaiitl ; everybody is anxious to get lo Heaven, but nobody in in a hurry about it. If a man is without unomios I would not give bu cents lor bis friends. Die man who can ploaso everybody hasn't got eonso enoiich to displease anybody When nn acqualnlenoe says, " lluw nro you 7 and pushes by you without waiting lor a reply, I wpnhiu t, it I woro in your place, follow him more than a milo to tell him viul are well. A convenient wny nf testing the effco lions nf your intended is to marry another woman. If she dou't love jou, you loam it at once. i Do unto ithor men as they wouhl like to do unto vou, and they won t have euougl money in two weeks to dave a shirt washetl A"ri.,vm." wife in Springfield, Mas svehusetts, sent a note to her husband teceiiilr, written in a disguised band s'irned with n fictitious name, stating that sha had often seen and admired him, and if ha would inform her of plnco of meet inu sho would it1) over to tho rooms aud they would beiome bettor acquainted 11 unhand answered tho bote at vnco, an pointed lime and place of liieeling. llolh pnrti.es met at the appointed time and place, the hidv lieavilv veiled and proceeded to the rooms, whero the veil wna removed and a grand tableau not down in the bills en sued. Assurance was made on tlie part of tho husband that it wns nothing but a joke, nml that be ki.ew it was her all the time. Wife is having n sty lish bonnet, new cloak, and an elegant silk dies made. A (JnavfAM, whilo eressing the Allegheny mountains, during the past Winter, states -." Dat ven going up de mountain, Lish leet tthlipped him ou de Ice, tiud be conm dowu on de broad, of hish back, in it hish f ico shtiekiuic in do tnuJ, unj it ore he shtoot." V ' ' Mits. Jknkins," said a little iieitsltlmr Birj U tUt UV''.ftiatfiorstfi: .you'll tililoe-e her wilu n stick ot lire wood, (ill this cttict with vinegar. int a littlo vlab soft soap in this pan, uml not lot Sour el tut key loottt ou mir (cnee no iiiorc." . M ciod follow, aid one man to su other, sluppini; hitu on the sltontdor, " you ure one o tlio men wo reml ol ! " How sof " iiniuireil the othgr : ' where yo yon rend ot mo. " In the polico report.'' ' Jokii rn.l.iNos, in h tukettdl tipmi " nn nivtiH in cm rst-poiideiils," eoys : ' Your idea tlmt lion" K'oiv iiimti liiilit.iiloil they j;ioiv uLlut, ia to' iito.iwd (jijj tu lutil. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. lr.riTi sou mtoiitr.. of l nt Klirnheth Ailkins r. (iHrum Aitklna. SCimrl of t'i Wimd Vi 'ntiimon f'tess. 'nunty, Olilit. I , Tim alMivf-numed ilefrndnnl, Ooorne Adkina, ia lirrelir niililh-d that tlie snld K I n ln-il i Adkina. nn 11,0 2.1,1 Har of Mac, A. I). IHM, filed her peliliun hi aaid Ciititl, charging the aaid (lufendaut Willi willful shai'iirc for lhre rears laat paal,snd jniM nesletlnf ilnlr, willnuit jnat csuan, and praying that tliu N'titinner may he ilirorrt-d frnm aaid de fenilaul, and fur such ellier rvllef aa in inlii-i ahc la entitled In. KI.IAllKTIt ADM.N8. Mr Ciim, ('. Htass, her Attorney, 1'crr.rauiirjr, ly it, lft. flfSft 2.1 ciii:itii a.ti.r.. Kdwln Reed, va. M. II. Tndd t Si Wood Common Pless. Ily virtue, nf sn order of sals Isanoit in the shore rauas by the Clink nf tho Oonrtof (Jomnmn I'lens, nf WoimI Onnniy, Ohio, and t nw dirm li-d snd de livered, I will oiler fur snls St public vendue, nt tho door of the viMirt-lmuse, in I crrysbjlrg, noil County. Ohi'i, n ' , v MOMIMY, Jim J2, IMS, ' : ' llelween the hmira nf in and II n'elick A.Mnf aaid dar. the following tlcaeribed rest ostatu. to-wit u The northwest quarter of section M,- tnwnahlp 4, rnnjro 10, ennlnliilng Ino acres ; knit the rnat part nf tli3 sotithwest quarter nf aaid seolion iltl, tnwnaliiii 4. rnneo HI. cnntninlnir KO seres snd tho nnrlhtreat iiliniter of llio snnlliuaat iimi tiT tif ...... in . .: ... selitliin all, tim-tlHIlip , rani) iu, vnilliliuiii in acies, nil in Wood Comity, Ohio. CIJAItldvS V. KVEU.S, Hherifl. ,1. F. A H. 11. I'kii'K, I'hiintilV's Attnrncra. I'i rryburj(, May 21, I.S8. 4e8 1 1 1 io. run mvoiici;. Mnry S.veringen,J C()rt fif rmn,n p,.1(l John Hwenrlngnn. W'"J '" 0,li" The suid John Hwenrinircs will Ink" nutico that there la nmy on tile in the nllieo of the Clerk nf Kiiid Court, the petition nf M.irv Swearingen, Iho auliHlaneu nil I tmiynr nf wliieh ia, that Dm defend ant lias been willfully nharut from the pluiulill Tor more ttinn tlireo yc.tra Inst pnat, smt aaklng mm ahem ir bn tlivnfi-cd frnm suid defendant. Said ranae trill bo fur hearing on the 2Hih day nf June, I HUM. I, K. A J. M. IIOIll). Att'ys for l'lnintifT. IVrryabtirir, May II, lHCH. :it'il 2i MISCELLANEOUS. WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, (Near the Munmeo llridgc) ITIdiiiiico rlty, liiicnn Count), O riMIF nderMi)rned resM!elfnlly nnnniinees to the i. eilizi-na of l.ueaa n ml the ailjoiuinn cnnnliuN. that hit hits recently clothed his curds snetv, mid tlinriiutihly rclittetl llii niachiuury in Ihe iinml per- reel liiiiuiivr, so lent lie is now prepnren mr the niiinut'iieturinir of Wool in its un ion branches, iu stvlu which, tor immunity, win ou xurpiisncu uv ne oilier iiiiiniif.ictiiry, either Kuntiir Weit. WOOT.KN FAimiCS Aro cnnstinitlv kept on hand, among which may be finuiil I'UHdiniores, Kill I Clollis, SulttnetH, Jenna, Tiveeda, Plain nnd Tvvillud lllunk etiuir, I'lidii nnd I'litid Fhitiuel.s, MI.eetiiiK nnd StiK-kinj; Yurn, Jdn.ieys, etc., etc., etc., All of which will, If desired, Iki exchanged ftr WiNil.nn Ihe most renHouablo lerma. Wim.i will Man be nianiil'iieliireil by Ihe yard or on shared, ss eiiHtoiners tnnv prefer. Curd and Spin Wool fur Customers. Wool Card hi"; nml Cloth Drrsshi?, Warranted tn-bo well done snd In plre antiafac- tion, if the WikiI bo free from gam nml hurra. 2-".T" Wool trill bo cheap this season, therefore it will be to jour sdrniitiiKt) to pet your Wool luaiiufnetiirud Jnlo Cloth, Hint will do vou good nervine. JAMKS E. 1)KAN. iMaiuueo City, Juno 1, listiii. tun NOTICE! NOTICE! NEW STORE NEW GOODS. I1K Ladies nf Perrysbnrir nnd vicinity art . uiuat rvspectruliy itititriiieu that MRS. JARVIS SP AFFORD hsa tastily lilted up tho Store formerly occupied by Clininpney A WriRlit fur the aulu of s general SJisortiiieut ol Ladles' Furnishing Goods , CONSISTING OV Coraeta, - llmin Skirls, While Uisats, " Hosiery snd Olores, Hruss Trimmings, Fancy (loods, , ; j Jstces nnd Embroideries, . HiblMiiis snd IHittoiia, . ' Parasols, iVc, Ae., Wliiub ahe will sel) at tho hi nest easb prices. DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING Dune to order Iu Iho LatCKt Style Itnd Bct Mumier. , Mrs. Spatl.nl onrdislly iuviU'J her lady fiieiuls In furor bor with their iiatmnusf , with the su- rnnce that she will spare no vtlurls to merit their favors. N. II. She hss also tho Agency for the salo of Howe s celebrated Sewing .Mucinous. 3x Grand Rapids Drug Store J E sre the Apents for Wnod Connly, of Ihe It ClevelHiul White Lead Works, and Ihe Sl'ltlCTl.V I'L'KK I.KAK sell in gunrsnu-ed under iin sualysis of I'lulcsiior CasnvlU, of Cleve land Medio at Cnlleee. Our I.INSKKI) Oil. is msdo st Dayton, and Itoni t'lux-Sral, snd is alsiiHtrielly pure. A lull stovk of UYK-STL'FFS.and of the best 1 1 1 a I i t v . (II.ASS, of sll Hues, snd I'CTTY. A full line of hrugs, Chemiesls, Hsvorinp Fx tracts, Sehisd-lliMiks, Suiionery, Inks, Pens, Wall I'aners, Combs, llrusties, Nutions. snd nearly ove rytliing spiertsininf( to ths Drug trade. ' lff (iivo us a call before voing tu To'edo, si We ran sell ss cheap, and save vour time snd fare. Our Cunl (til is warranted to alsind a lest of 1 10 degrees, aud ss cheap as the 1'at eut lutlsuiiuabi Oils. A. J. s Vlllr.lt A' CO. Orand Kapids, May 2l, tSi. 4i J.'T.SWF.F.T; Dresser and Glover, Will Dress snd make op to order all kinds lf Fui'H uml HkiiiH, ' LaJiw furs, fsjKS, Cellars MuLTs, Btrlhs, Cuts if. (outs' Furs, Cloves, Collar, Hack (.loves nnd Mits, from tho heaviest working glove to the beef taucy, ' ( (-? Special alteution paid to Repairing LA. Corner of West Ttoiindarv and Fnvnt -strtfrt. Tar. rvaburji, Ohio. . Address. J. Ti.S.WKET, tins J3, p,ji vtd.iir);, : f jji,; j, .1 . , . ; P. .TOIINHON & CO.;' . , , . , Dealers in alt classes of . . FRESH AND SALT FSH. X TK sre at all times ready to supply our ens t I tumors it ti the best arliela in the utatket AT 1UK J.OWKST l'KK'K. Ily a just and fair syatem of business, w hnj e to inn it an mereaaeu palmnaiis, t& Warvliouse in Wllltaut Crook's Old Store on h mat strovt, IVrrysburn, al NEW liOOlv, IllliUACINtl a Lnniiiious Fsplanalion of i WoitnVi ful Sileiuihe liistovuiis in lln Pre vention and Cure of lii int.it IIi-csm's of hotti S, -i, aiid tltti ueluui. iv. nli.ii to l-euu tes. Seal Ire.'.bialtfd.en lei eipl of le cent stamp tor Mtsjc. Cd Us. W Al.TCK, vti7 Hivadnay, N. Y. i ; Tk tn has by ' wo To Ac, We ' THE HARDWARE STORE. I PECK, HAMILTON & CO., rnoi'iUKToRS of tme v i Mammoth .Hardware Store, rt:iiutsfii:Ht onto, Are nnf n"jring to thlr isny cnttnnisrs Largest, Host Cmp1rlr, an! Itrst Srlwlf STOCK or COODS, . Cmnprialng every srtlclo in their line, evy r brought this market, i Ths moat nf our tinmen stock been piirchsseit direct from tlif msnnlscfinrrs ottraelrca, selected with great csre, ami adapt ed oxpresidy tn this innrkid. lioylngstristlyfurCsA0 in hrgs quantities, sro enabled lo OFFER GREAT INDUCEMENTS those purchaaing. Our stuck comprises In part Shelf Hardware j Heavy Hardware ) Haddlvry Hardware; Iron Nails Olsasi Wmalen-waro : Silver-plntf Ware; Willow-wsii! ( ' Tin-wiiroi Hheet-inn Ware j Co ikiiiK Stoves j Pailor Slows ', Itoi Stnveat Sheet-iron Stoves Ac., Ac. To TIkmo lluilcliitr, eflVT Kreat iudiicemeiils hi tho way of Nails: tilsKs: . i lrficl-a; Jintlx: Screws: I'sinla: Uiln: Sash: Doors : lllimls, etc To Mill Men. Muley Milt Snira: Kiigh'sli Tested ('nil Chains ; .lolni Kothev F ilea ; Hussia, Italian, Hemp, Jute snd Kothvry , Packings j . - , ' . , . String Leather ; llelt Hooks ; Copper liivets, etc. etc. To IJlacltHmith. Iron; Steel ; Horse-stiiH'a; Horse alioc Nilila; Holts; Nttis Axles ; Springs ; Coal ; Malleable, lions ; Anvils ; Vices, etc. To Wilson-Makers. A full and complete line of Hubs : Spokes; VI i ..fellies 1 j, t i (ills f v ' Jieck A'okeS : ' i.f S s ' ; I'ine lldxcs gutter Mini, sna Ueut tVork ., : geuersl ... ... M. To Meehnnicr?, ( V I.nrge Stock.) ; Spcnr it Jacksnn nnd Wheeler, Maiden A Clcinntm's Hang ; SUydolo's Hammers 1 lluleiior's Chisels ! .... ,. ,1,, ISoell's Cnst-steel Augers ; ( , JeuninR's Hits t Flint I'ii per, etc. etc. ' 5 ' To tho1 Farm tor. F.verr Arllrle Needed In llKHding. Cvery Arllrlo ceded In ltepalring. Frer) Article i'ard kout your Home. Every Article l eed on fsnr I'arnu. Krery Article j ou Anllcipnle Cain; Aud in mir line, ran bo found nt THE MAMMOTH HARDWARE' STORE. ,To tho -lovelies. , v SILVKll-l'LATED WABK, SUCH AS Forks; Spoons 1 Kuives; Caku ltaskels ; 1 Caslisa i Napkin Kinea t ' Cuke Knives; , Tea Sets lee Pitchers, etc. - Itoanlifnt Toihl Sets; Haaetilul T.ioU MaU; Cisiking stoves ) Parlor Stoves ; Pining-room Stoves: Tin Ware 1 TuIm sud Fails; Mi p-Stirks ; ,!i Slmvels sod Tongs ( , . Wash-boards ; -..it Lunch-ltasketa ; Market-llasketai , Indies' Trawling KaaktU, end r Kitchen I'leusils in (aueraU' . . Our stock is coruplets in ever Department, sud is eaVrsd j - f, ' - c T I.OWKlt THAN THE LOWEST! i ' is ir ! i, t KVKllYnopY! TO ThsoVhuj Ton . fbr yoer past' patronage, we would invite you all to esamiue ths slock sou prii-c )t floods tn be found in , , , The 11 tt in iuo I It llurtltvare Storr, Purvhased for Ihe Fall ana M iutrr Trade of I87- 'CS. ri:ck, hamiuox & co. l''tryburj, O.loU'r S."1, Ij6i". 3 '!. fir nt 1 TOLEDO ADVERTISEMENTS STOVES. STOVES. WM. II. 1IMNN22TT, i( SI;MMtT.aTKEF.T,TOI,F.I0,lis In stnre s Iwrfts and complete variety r.f HTOVKS, oae in I1m: , ... Kitchen, Pm-lo!1, Oflicc, pujii.io jTuii.iinos. His large pnrrhaaes from the beat Eastern Man fsctoriis enable him lo furnish pureluiavrs a ( iioiti: sr.i.i:tTivf, ATTIIEVEItY LOWEST PRICE Ite w ill offer Ranectaf Inducements lo all Healers in Hlnves, snd aim, to prirsta . cnaUHners I'rnra Wnod County, who may farnr him with their patronage. Klovntcil Oven Cooking Ftovcs, JVpfiro Top Cook Sii). Stoves, All kinds of Cooking Stoves at Very IjOW Trices. STOVKH nnd IlOhhOW WARE to tho Trade Wholesale. Uemciubcr. W3l. II. II MUTT. 4xs 4U Siimiiiit-jlreet, Toledo. W. A. SMITIT, Oilico ofCivil KnKincci'inju; No, 1211 Muiiinill-lrecl Cny's New IluildiiiR TOl.tDU, OHIO, DOSSESSIXO superior facilities, I nm pro- pareil to ilo all knuls "f f. nnuieering nnd Mir verlng fur Ituilrnads, liicbtvnys, Wster-l'owers, etc.. nt short notice an I resaoniniio prices. i il" Orders h ft with N. II. Cai.i.aiid will re ceire prompt attention. 4:!i J A ill US SANSON CO., Ijitmber l"oaleiH, and Commission M'erchsmts, 131 SuinmU-olrect, Toledo, U. KEFEKEXCKS Esehanne Hunk. City Hank. Toledo ; Vvrinilye &. Co., Hankers, New Vork. 4lsl 11 C T U 1 3 A FIX E A 11T. 33. QXJIGs-XjiTn-Xr, M.uiufiHiiirur of nnd Denier in Picture Frnmc, 7lolilliin;, ltrn-krt, llrl'sol llic CliHrnA l.noklnK (ilusxcN. Frames made to order in my stylo of finish, (iermnn and English Cliroriios, Enravinps, I'llilllillXS, &c. Ilzi Kill Atlumm-Klrert, Toledo, Ohio. 'Auction, Coraiul.sslon and Storage, ir iiawi.i: a tii m;i.i:v, 411 Siiiiiniit-itri-et, Toledo, Ohio. Vl.l. kinds nf Merchnndise, live Stock, A(:ri ciiltursl liupleiiients, Furniture, or Ileal Es tate sold at auction. Job Lots fur Merchants re ceived daily. (IimhIs sold at private aale between the hours uf miction. Sales attended lo in every part nf the Stute. Consignments snliei'ed. ItAWLK & QLKihEY. T. QrinLRV, Aticllimeer. 4t ' IMIUKIV liitows. JAMKK SANSON Exchange Bank of Toledo, 131 SlIIHIUlt-Ntl'VCt. OOVEEXMENT BONDS or nil kinds ; GOLD, SILVER tmJ COUPONS, no rat ir a xn so ld. 7.30's Excliangcd for 5.20 Cold Ilonds. Exchange on Noav Voi-lc. Draftx on K.V(i LAND, III ELAND, UK 1131 ANY, &c )cioits vwcivctl nml Tutovcft nllnwcil. AtToiuits solicitcil on favorable tunns. Colluc inns liinile on nil points. AS1JUEW 11K0WX & CO., Bankers, Toledo, Ohio. New York Correspondents ! YERMII.YE i. CO. 4ilz TOLEDO AGKNCY OF The Great United States Tea Company . HOLL1STER & WILBUR, Frvig?ists nncl Grocers, 01 Summit-street, Toledo, KEGUIiAK nppnintod Agents for the sale of Teas snd Conccs, imported by the Orent Cni tml States Tea Warehouse of T. Y. Kellsy & Co. No. .in Vessr-street, N. Y. T. Y. Kelley Jk Co. wish It espccisllr nnder stnod that they gaarantee all the Teas snd Coffees sold (beanrg this Trsdc-mark ) by the above firm, pure snd unadulterated, ss imported by them. They sre sold nt the same prices ns nt their Ware house in New York, and st s trilling advance on tlie cargo price, and are nf the best quality and navor. r lease examine Messrs. i . i. .iicy a , ,. TRICE LIST . .. tt i TEAS. ..... Oolon)t(ltlnck,n. 70, Htl,n, nt per Ibbest. Mixed (Cireen snd Wck), oil, 70, 80, DO, 1 per Th best. . i i Yiiitnjc Ilvson (Orcen), 60, 70, 80, 90, $1, l 10, l ii wt tb liest. Imperial (Oreen) 90, t, l 15. Knr. Ilreakfast (lllack), 70, 80, 90, t1,l 10, $1 20, best. Japan, V0, l, 1 25 per Tb. C unpen der, $1 25, tl 50 per lb. ' COFFEE. We make a specialty of Ground Coffee. Our list, as will be seen, comprises sn extensive vari ety in price and ipialtty,but we confidently assure otir patrons that any and sll will give perfect satisfaction. I'llICP. LIST. 2j Wins, 34 ceiiU, .35 cents, best old Government Java 40 cents. Our Itoyal .Club Coflco Is pronounced by judges ss sn excellent article warranten pure. 33 cents per Huui. CI.CU ORIlKItS tilled at New York prices, and sent by Kx press to sny part uf the country. Chare-fa enlleeted ou deliverr. tlisxl Ten snd Cottle mav now be procured from 1IOI.I.USTKU & Wll.llt'lt, st from 50 lo 75 per cent, less than parties hare beeu in the habit ol paving. l-f ltemember, tho place to make this saving 40 Ol Summit-street, Toledo. MONROE STREET IMOX m STONE AND lACISLE WORKS, TOLEDO, OHIO, , . CLA11KE & WOODRUFF, lKAij:ns in Foreign & American Marlle M.IXTLES AND CRATES..; Monuiurntn, Obelisks, Tablets, Urave tileuti, CtT Eteeuted ia tasteful end workmanlike manner ALL kiuda f Building Wotk got un oa Ihe shortest notice aud in the most workmanlike manner. . . . i Keep constantly en hand all kinds of Caps and Bills, Water Tables snd Door hills,- AT THE LOWEST PRICES. - I f Onlers front tlie City sad Country respot fully solicited. ' ' " He T. COOK, Dealer In WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY, Ko.173 Summit-street, ToUilo, Ohio. nilieus of Perrysburg snd of Wood County who have Watches. Cloel.s. or Jewelry to be re paired, will have their orders executed in a prompt sua satistsctiirr manner. Sis w . is tidy. Dealer ia HATS, uArs, VURS. ROH. UMBUKLLA8. ETC NO, 5i SLUM IT BTltiKT, in . 'loKiio, O. i ; HASKINS ADVERTISEMTS. MEAL FEEDS HOMINY MILLS 1IASKINH, OHIO. AMES . WOUTII srs prepared tn do enntom l,;... liir ft.r Ilia Farmers nf Wood eonnty more promptly than sny other mill in this vicinity. Always on "hand snd for sal. or exchsnge fot Coarse Sml Kine Meal, Chop reeii snn r nmr. AMK( A WOUTM are alwars in the market boring sll kinds nf Urain snd Farm Produce, snd mying better prices than nny other market m rt'ixid ciinntv. si:rcr wheat. AM KM St WOKTII. nrifaakina.Wnnd eonn ty, O., sre tirepsred tn supply the Fsrmera nf this county, sml tlie surrounding country with the t;-ieorni(-a irn unent, For seed this Spring. This Wheat eommands from Millers for Hom ing, about Forty or Fifty Cents per bushel morr than other Spring Wheat, snd hss s tiptop reputation ss s hardy and large ridding kind of Wheat ; snd being imported from Northern Jows, the change from n more northern climate, ss sll experienced Farmers sre swsre, will Imnnm tlie nnalilr snd nnantily prndnsed. The Farmer hs'l better pay two prices for this Wheat than sow the whent raised In this country. We sro also prepared to supply the Milwaukee Club, raiaed in Wisconsin. All those who wsnl Wheat of us will nlcaso notify us as soon ss pos sible, an that we can make our urrungement for the proper amount rcnuired. Wo aro also pn-pared to sell or loan Flnx Seed, to supply all the Farmers in this county, ll.lakins Februarr 13 1Hi7. till HASKINS PLOW FACTORY. rrMIE subscribers hnvinir fitted np 1 sn establishment for the nisnii facturonf Steel I'lows, are now pie-' pared In supply the Farmers of Wood . comity with tliu very best STEEL PLOWS, awl Two-Shovel CULTIVATORS Havinir had many years' experi ence in manufacturing I'lows in Mit chell & Stiiis' I'low Factory snd other works, wo are couliduut we can turn tint a Better Plow than nny in the County 11EPAIRIXO, Done promptly and In tho most thorough manner. All our work warranted satis factory, or on sale. IIKI'ASS k PKRACHKII. Haskins, February 20, IS07. 4:tzx MISCELLANEOUS. P. CRAMKER & SONS. PKiiurs nunc. , oino, HA YE lately established themselves in their Nuw Simp, and are uoiy fully prepared to fill all onlers lor WAGONS, BUG3IES, SLEIGHS, &C. ALSO niacksmitliliig, of Every Description Promptly nttended to, and special attenlinn given to tlio SUOKINU of Trotling, Pacing or Kenning Horses. They have also secured the services nf Prrmi GtiiNKit.n first-class painter, whose artistic work will commend itself. JiT" Shop on north side of Second-street, be tween Walnut and Louisiana-avenue. 3Szz PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, On Fifth-street, enst of tho Union Sehool-hotiso I'crrygburg, Ohio. 'TIIE undersigned would cull the attention nf tho A- people of Perrysburfr nnd vicinity, that she Is sti'l tiikinp; Pictures of the Host (utility, nfull Hires and kinds, from the I I size, or largest, down to tho smallest Ambrotypes and Ueins ! also copy ing from other, pictures and enlarging them in copying. ' She will finish up Pictures in India Ink, nr paint in water colors in the most approved steles; will also furnish Frames and Cases of till kinds and sixes that may be required.' She would respectfully invito her friends to call snd see what their tiwn srt.st can do before going elsewhere. It will cost you nothing if yon cannot be suited. Alt she ssks is to show what she can do, snd feels confident of giving satis faction. .Mrs. NICHOLS. N. 11. No pictures tak n ou Sunday. Perrysburg, April 8. 1807. 50h CLOSING OUT SALE! Great Bargains For Thirty Days II. II. HOUSTON, PerryHbiirg, Ohio, With a View of Changing Business, . OFFERS .. . TO CASH CUSTOMERS, Extraordinary Inducements, - IN Dry Oootls, Groceries, Joots & Sliocs, ; Olothliig,- . . Huts & Caps,' Crockery, . Notions, iSL'C MY STOCK IS NEARLY COMPLETE IN ALL THESE B1LVNC1IKS. Persons wishing in make good bargains, wilt do well to call anil Examine Unods and Prices, as 1 am bound to sell. ' ' ' ' 30 II. n. HOUSTON. fi VF.AF;xi:mi:mcr.!-Anicii aal' CVKH8 WARKANTKn.-DSmD tllBl'KN. ' aatorv. Established oa the toreign Plan. In Mjerj' 11 lock, Monroe-street, Toledo, Ohio. APERMANENTINSTITCTTOIf.' The nndersigred rails ' ine attention er those in terested to ths fact that lit has established a suite Tot rooms ut Vlyers' plock on MonmAtrMit. a r.m. V-i lar Dispsnsatorr tor the " treat nient ana permanent cure of nil knos n I PRIVATE DISEASES "?v.helhcr of reeent nrlcin 3 i-Nv He or loaig lunaing la r m . . . . . y'rJjSDr' MAI-KOR FEMALE Tkesuceess whioh hasattemWdthe practiew tlieiiiiiU tsi"iii.J in the treattiientortliseaaes eoui ing under tho above head, is autticteut guarantee that w hat he undertakes he performs, and iu e rerv caneeHocta a radical ettre. Private rooms are provided where eonsultations an be pmeurett in the strictest ennhdence. - Uemtral ullloe iret Nos. 3i and 3t Mouroe-street first room to the right st the top of the stairway over ioruuoopia. All letters cotitauuug n K-wit tanee or pottagd-gtamp proiaptlj answsiod. "TOltli e boors from It to 4, ami from 7 to 9 ( all t n or Jdre K. H.TVUPAN V. M. l. 3xi . - Tulido Ohio. OI'UINU UT VI.KS of Prink, Ginghams aud De Kjl l.Jloe, lul icivtl al F. K. MILLER A COS March ol, liCt. .4V ot MISCELLANEOUS. T Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, For Dtaniuimi of the Threat nnd Ism!, . auch m ComcTis, Colds, Whooping Cough, Hronehitts. Asthma, ( nd Consumption. Probably never twrnra In tlie whole hMorr ot tneilieine.has anything won so wklcly ami snibs-ply tipon Ihe eonnitcnii or mnnkinil, as this exeelh-nt remeily for pulmonary complaint ThnniKh a Ion snries ofyenra, ami araoni ninst nf the rares ui men 11 na nen niarnT ami hisrhi-r In llielr lima ttim, a it hna Imx-uiiio IxHUt kmmn. Its uniform . diameter nml powur lo rare the various sITc-lina nf the Innga and tlinmt, have iinul? It know n s a re Itahlo proleetnr airainst them. While ndaplctl to nill.hr forms of disease anil to yntina; rhil.lr.n, it ia t the tame time ths most effectanl a-umlv Uuit can heiiivim for iiM lpiont eonsinnpiion, ami tlia rl.ii. roruna sfTeetlons of tho throat anil Innm. Asa pro. vision atrainst snlon atlncka of t'rp. It ,i,wii be kept on hand in every lamllv, ami bidnsl as all are aomctimea aubjeet to colds anil eoiiKhs, Kit alioiibl lie nrovlilivl with this antidote for them. , . AlUiourh settled CnttmmnHoH Is thonsht In curable, still giTt numlKTS of cases wliere Die iln eaae aeemeil settled, bare been completely rnre.1, nd tlio patient restored to sound health by tlia Csivrr 1'rrlnral. m eoniplcto Is Its mastery oer tho disorders of the l.ungs nnd Throat, that the most obstiuute of them yield to !t. Wlien noth Injr elso could reach them, under tho Cfterry i"ee loml tliey auhsiilc and disnptienr, hiffrrt in l'Mlte Mpvmtmt dnd great pro tection from It. Asthma la nlwnys icllovcd nnd often Wholly cured by it. .... MtnmrhUU is amersllv enrcd by tnklnn Uh Chrrrff I'rrtornl in smnll and fivqnent doses. t-o gencrnlly are Its virtues know n that wo need not pttlilUh tho ccrt lllejites of them here, or do mom than assnre the public that its qunllties are fully maintained. Ayer's Ague Cure, Tor Fevnr nr.d Aruo, Inrormittent Foror, Chill Fovor, Komittont Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodiool or Bilious Fever, Ae., nnd indeed all the alToctioiui which ansa from malarious, marsh, or mlaamatio poisons. ' As Its name Implies, It does fure, nnd does not fall. ContnlnlmriielllH-r Arsenic, Quinine, Bismuth. Zinc, nor any other mineral or ihiNoiious stttistnnee Whatever, It In nowlso Inlurea sny pntlent. The nttmiicr sou nnnnnanee oi us cores in trienEtieiin-trii-ts, are llterallv lievond aiwonnt, nnd we brllevo without a parallel In the history of Atnte medicine. Our pride is gratified by the acknimiciUnncnts wu receive of tho radten! cures effected In olistinato cases, and where other remedies bad wholly failed. Unaeclitnated yersnna, either resident in, nr travelling throimh minsmatle loi-nlitles, 111 lie pro teeliKl hv takinK Um AOVK fl'KK dally. For I.lrrr fnmfifntnM. nrislna: from tonildltjr of Ihe T.lver, II. Is nn excellent remedy, stimulating the l,ler into healtbv activity. For llil ions Disorders snd Mver Complaints, It is an excellent remedy, proiluelng many Inilv ro uiarkablo etin-s, whore other medicines lind fslliMl. l'reiinml bv Int. J. J. Avkii Co., I-actleal nnd Analvtioal I heniists, Lowell, Mass., aud sold all rouud the world. l-BICE, $t.QO PER BOTTLE. , sot.n nr Peek Jit Hamilton, Perrysburg, L. lllack, Tonlogany t . A. J. Gardner oi. Co., Gilcad J Knss A Atkins, Weston: .S. L. Houghton, Howling Green, nnd by all dealers everywhere. 2tls m i BOOK AOKNTS .WAXTKD To solicit orders for On. William SMim's UIC TIOXAHV OF T1IK 1IIUI.K. Tits om.v rniTioN ri'iii.isiisoiN AstsitiiJA.coNiiitxsriir.T hit. Smith's own n a mi. In one largi Octavo vidiime, illnstla ted with ever 12ft steel and wood engravings. Agents snd subscribers sec that you get the Hiiif nfiVoH dy 'r. Smith. Tlie .SWimi!' llipnlilimn says, this edition, published by Messrs. lturr A Co., is tlie genuine tiling. Tho CttuirrgntwnnU! says, whoever wishes to get, in the cheapest form," the best Dictionary of the Itible should bnv (i'. Wn Aijio wast A or nts for ELLIOTT'S new work, ItKMAKKAULK C1I All ACTKUS AMI MK.MOUAIILE PLACES OF THE HOLY LANI1. lty IIksuv Waiih Hkeciiku, T. 1). WtitiLssv, I.L. IL, Pres. of Yale Col., JosFrtl Cl'MMisus, l. 1). LL. I)., Pros, of VVesleyan I'niv, Kt. Ukv. Tuos. M. Ci.aiik, llishnp of It." I., &c., &c. They are new and original works by these au thors, and their subjects are approved by clergy men of all denominations. Agents nro meeting with unparalleled success. We employ no . rat d'riir. for either book, snd effcr extra induce ments to Canvassers. Agents will see the advan tage of dealing directly with Ihe PL'ltLISIIKKS. For descriptive circulars with full particulars and terms, address the Publishers, Cm" J . )!. Ill' Ull A CO., Hartford, Conn. NOTICE. rpiIE subscriber, as Sole Proprietor, will con X tinue tho business of Making and Hepairing .'Wagbiift and Car'rin&eji, BLACKSMITH1NG AND PAINTING ' . ' WITH .;, Philip Rinsn, as Foromgn of the Wood Shop : JogHi'it Uamtiks, Foreman uf the Blacksmith Shop, nnd . y Himself, Foreman of the Paint Shop, and -General Snperintuiidcnt or all the De- . partmouts. r Thanking the friends of the old firm for past fa vors, he would respectfully solicit a contintianco of their patronage, and also the patronage of tho public generally, assuring all that whatever work I .1 , ,. : . . i ...ill I , . , . , n la uuiic m. ma auu, mil uv " ni.. wn. W. II. nOI.IiKNBKCK1. Pcrrysbnrg, O., January 10 18B7." J6zx uuoau q.viKii: shout link. atlantics greaiwestern ItAILWAY! VIA CI.X'CIITIf ATI, r UKUANA,!- AIJOX, r KIAKfiFIICLU, sir fLEVIXAND, r rOHIC ,er KAI.AMAIHt'A, TO OB PSOJ Y.ORK; BOSTON,- , : , , . .. PITTSBURG,' PHILADELPHIA, I, . ' . BALTIMORE, nu.' . WASHINGTON. CUY This is the onlr Route to the Oil ltegions of I'enusy I vanla ! PAS8KHOBSS who wlih a Qniek sail t'omfeital lo Trip trill apsrveiate tlia 8uintn uil Perfect Tinvk, the l.uxuriuui Pay Cam, anil the Mniucrit SU'P- tn Coachei. the Kxcellent Dining lull,, wun aupia time fur Heala, and lb tfrompt Tim aud ears tou- bect,iona ol tlie Atlantic & Great M'cstcrn Railway fare Low itnd Tluin a tluiiK s bf anr inner uouit. Through Tickets nnd nngenge rhrclia, No. MS llroailiray.New Vork( No. liSlnle treit and !M fchiiul-atreet. Iloatoa; liepot aud Uniua HSici-s. Olrraland; Ma. Oil Clark. ureel, Chioaiui; in Cluoin- nati.at No. so West rourlii-itrect: n. K. cor. iiruai wajr and Vront-Mrceti; lift Vlne-atreet; at II. P- Mail liinaDteamers Lnudins foot of YiueUrntt, aud at New Pa Manger liepot of the Oincinnati, Hamilton si buytnn Railway in Loiilivllle.mt S. W. corner Main and Thiril-strceti, ami S Vourth-slrtel, and at 4ka UlUcesof CQDuectiuc Lines. a.. It. inr.n, hid 1 ri'. IP. fl. SU.lTTl'U. en'l Tit-Let AgJiit. ii mm. soi'tiiern st N. I. R. R. dW and after Wednesday. Ja- 1. !.. ransifr Ti.iosslH LKAVt IVUKUO IU1LV (Sislvs lixesrvsu), lollvsii ,.,-i,.; alaIN LINK. IJftSO A. . Mail U Ohlrtigau 1 U5 I. HI , Night Express U ChUsgo, with Sleep .4n.0.r... aift LINK.' ' "'' )C0 A -M, (sscspt Uandai aiorulug) Kskt Vx ursis to Chicago. .1 . 1MM a. JH Day Mall te Chisago, 1'. ... BITKOITi 1 1 H26 A. It.' ' atlOI. n. MMV.H. JACKSAN. " 'imo a; m. liter, n,- All trains run ly Clilcago tlnit-ttU uilnutci slaScr than Toledo tiaie. TRAIVI AltP.IVKr , ' 1 - Mala Liie.:.t.'i A.M. and 4;sAF.U.' ' I Air Line. I.'.IO A- M. aud 4iiA P. si. I ;i Uetrsil. :IS . at.; Ii4usad :SU f. M.: '. Jckott,li:4UA. M. aoiU:J P. M. , : -. . CUAS.. f. IIAI'CH, Oeuoral nil ' C. r.LaLsso, 'Oiw. I'asa. Agent, . , AGENTS WANTED Foa .' . MEN OF OUR DAY: Or ths LtiM and ' Csusrsli. Slalctmrn. Ora-j tors and foimcsi s.eu.. - ' "-i--Hon. Including Uai.r. ft.aaa.a, Colt.. . 8t"v..n, Siii- ", ' Taraaen. r to. lie. SIK-I.4K. Wltsaa. OHk.i., Wsaa, MoSTim I'.ul rs va".a.J. "". Sravsss. Msai asa, Kkwiiiu llouiwsll. ln, lll.'. rawaansa, llw sin asoTiiaaa. with over forty Life like fi.rlrHil. of l.iviui; ! iuU olj by Ageuta, VlaltHdne luculs. S. nd for I U l "' Ztlt:l.Klt, Met IIY .V !., 13ut 1 1 Wi yvtrtk street, Cimuius V,