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. LOUIS A. BRUNNEI EDITOR UPPER SANDUSKY, O. Friday Morning, Mai eh 18, 1864. G-ood. 3To"ws. Colonel Wm. T. Wilson. Exchanged By telegram received on Wed nesday evening by Mrs Lou. Wil on, from Annapolis Maryland, we learn that CoL W. T. Wilson of the 123rd Reg't, has been ex changed. He is now at A nnapo lis Md. will at once rejoin his reg. nnent at Martinsburg,and after re ceiving the congratulations of the J- -J will get a furlough aaa visit his family and friends in this village. Let ua make arrangements, to give toe CoL a reception,that will make him feel, that his fellow citizens, appreciate his services in his no ble defence of the old flag, and the patient manner in which he endu red nearly a years imprisonment inLibby, all for his country. Let the Bells be rung the cannon fired and a general jubilee proclaimed, when the brave Col. returns home. Another Call. The PretiJont lias rnscle n call for 106,000 mora wen, nnd appointed the 1 6th of April, is (ho day for the draft to take place. Let the townships that aro behind go to work in order to save them kIvm from the draft. Bow Ool, Dahlgren was Shot. The rebel juui t.itln furniah us the par ticular of this gnllant young iuldiur's death. He bad escaped -the toils of the enemy from the immediate vicinity of Richmond, and reached the north bank Uattaponey River, on his way to Glou cester Point, pursued by a force in bia rear. At midnight of the 3d, he met the enemy in ambush in front and wns fired poii. The Colonel fell, pierced by fire ballets, and his command dispersed, parteaoaping, and the remainder, about ainety, according to rebel accounts, were captured. Tlio cowardly assassins admit, and boast of it, indeed that had they aot aoted thus, Dalgreen would hare cut hie way through their columns, as he hud done through nil before him thus fur. 8o the eteaithy bullet as rpd frt m out of the midnight, with no warning than that the assassin givt's,and ihe young her fell. The wretchos dared not maet his flashing blade, face to face; surrounded, puisued harassed in front, nnd flunk, nnd rear, he he bad cut down and through a dozen columns, and but for this murder ous expedient of the enemy, would have reached eut lines in sifety. The rebels may boast of this achievement, but the world will accord them the distinction of i miduMit assassins. The Discussion. Wt Are receiving letters daily from ad Joining counties, inclosing a small Bum of money, to pay for a few numbers of the rioneor. as if the discussion would occu- i py only ft few weeks. In order to satis- j fy tht minds of all we would say that the, Ditcustion will take a year to 6iUh it, and henee.persons from a distance order ing the Pioneer would do well to send the full amount for a years subscription. Rev. Mr, Nye, gives his second letter in (hi weeks paper aud is considered by many as a strong argument in confirma tion of hit proposition. The Her. Mr. Wdbiter will reply in our next number. Commtsaioners of the Draft, T. . Cunningham, h.-M boon appointed Commufioner for the 5th list., in place of Ool. John Walkup, resigned. Mr. Cunninglinm is a lawyer of good bnainow cupucity, and will j bo doubt perform the dtitk's of his oiKco with i preciptness, and in a manner to give give gen eral satisfaction. Jama C'nzcttr. We congratulate our benevolent friend " Dr. Alkiisder," in his promotion to to responsible a post ; and we hope be will make it bis particular business, to insist upon the Board, proeuvh.g an in atument for medical examinations, to be used alone for Wyandot ct-nnty. This tnixinir the thintr up as hn s heretofore beon the case, would ox jtsclf be repug nant to the reQne4 feeling ot ib veriU- bU Dr. Alexander himself. We bope be will see that a change is made. Getting alarmed. Our friend Brunner, of the Wyandot FhnetT whilom an orthodox preacher,, is evidently get ting alarmed at the pnwjieet of his future con ditio, viewed from an orthodox point. To get all the light he eao, concerning his hopes in an other world, if he continues in h is nrescnt course he ba g up a discussion on the subject of' tTnlrcrsal Salvation. ttro. Brnnntrl y..u hafl l,.Hr chanpo ron al o..ur .1 ..i..:. ; tliouli 1'uivn.mliiiur; umy sore you in tho future state, when tii snir- it Jeavoelwbiud the corrupt body, it will not sane you from tho Just condemnation of all good inon, and your owu conscience, hero, when jus tioo and judgement shall bo set up in Mio em lb. Hancock Courier. I' ' ' - ' ! v. ' Our friend Glessnor of the Hancoi k "Courier," need not be alarmed for us, our orthodoxy is yet unquestioned, al though, wo have opened our columns for a Theological discussion. ' , . . But in these days of Political dogener acy, when men have stole the livery of Democracy, the better, to stub the Govern ment that has fostered them, it is time, that orthodox Preachers should cry aloud and warn the people of the danueb threat - uing their dearest, interest, from these "wolvos in sheep's clothing." We arc not "alarmed about our future condition," but then we will not "thu! tur eyes to oil thelight we tan get," "concerning our hopes of another world," and think out- present courso, has the sanction, of ull true patriots, the opinion of others, espe cially traitors, we care nothing for. But one thing is certain, if Universalism, ih not true, Bro. Glessnor, we think is i gone goslin, unless, the new dis pensation, instituted by "the ever blessed Martyr Olds," Saint Sammedary, it id genus onvie, will reach his case and cu luminate in his salvation. Bro. Gless ner, we are still aithodox; and from our stand point, we regard it as a foregone conclusion, that any man who could so sear his conscience, nnd warp all his li ner feelings as to th.e support a man through a Public jurnal,fbr the Gubana torial chair ol Ohio, whose oveiy net, sin. c the dawn of tho Rebellion has been to strengthen the hands of Traitors, needs something to bolster up his oraven spir it, before he leaves the "corrupt body" lor its own place. Our political course, Brother Glessner, is guided by what is right. It is the outgushiugs of a soul feeling for humanity, for his county in the hour of her greatest peril, it is God like. But the stand against humamtt, Reli gion, tub church and ma couNTnr, that the Editor of the "Courier," takes and advocates, is not only tinjunt, but as ruin ous to all the interest of society, and be will not only, now, "receive the jut condemnation of all good men," but in. the future life, will bo assigned to that place, where his ancient co-laborer in the woik he is now engaged, has been con- signed ever since he rebelled against the Government of heaven. The Ninth Ohio Cavalry In Nashville. The following is the notice taken from the Nashville ' Union," rofor.-J to by our correspondent. It speaks well oi the Ninth Ohio. rl he most imposing military pageant which we havo witnessed since tho early duvs of the civil war, inarched through the streets of: Nashville on Satnr.luv nfl.Tiux.n. It was the Ninth Ohio Cavalry on its way t tlie front.and a warlike troop it was, composed of grim stub wart soldiers, whose bronzed complexion had evidently caught its hue from the peneil of ma ny a sun, and the winds, rains and snows of manv a toilsome and hazardous ride over the hiiu of Virginia, and tne field and forests of Kntuckv, Toniu'weo and Alabama. We were walking down Cullogo wtreot when the muwic of a regimental brass band struck our car, with ita lively notes. The nimieians wore mounted on eream collori'd horfits. Tlio baud woa fol lowed by a company all riding jet black steeds, at leant thoy would have looked so had not the j dust whL'h roiled in deiiHO columns Ui rough j their ranks somewhat obneured the hue of those ' chargers in the National "Black florae Cavalry." The hundreds of rebels that lined Ihe Sidewalks and looked on, perhaps thought to themselves : "Black as night they rode, Fierce as seven furies, terrible as hell." Bo the bard of Paradise sung of Satan and Death at the gates of Hell, And wc hope these patriotic sons of Ohio, may "play tho devil" with Long4ivet's cavaly when thoy arrive at the gates of the rebellion. Wo don't, know tlie exact btcality of that plwcjs at pr.sMtt. Since Ilosecr.ins kicked llm slat-i oft tho gate, aid Grant chopped tho pojts down, and Thomas unuiahcd the latch and hinges to atoms and An drew Jolmson walked oH' with tho ki'y in liis pocket, wondering what had beeumo of Iliam G. Harris, tho gate-keeper. Tho seconJ ootnpa ny were nil mounto.1 on wliitc liur.ics, r- cnlling to mind the grt-at Apocalyptic paiiitint; of Death on the I'ulo Homo, for tlie carbines polishod, the subrcs were true, and the brood nhouldiTs of the muscular ridrra who bore tJi.ni looked a if there was ntrongth enough thorfl to eviuh an opjxjaing furco of truitura to the dust. The God of b.attl grant it I Amen and anion. The companies which succeeded these arc monted on bay hoM'. A largo portion of the cavalcade was enveloped- in a cloud of duet, which was stim-d up, not only by tlie hoof of tlie horses, but by a high wind winch prevail ed at tlio time. A few blwkd distant nothing was visible except the colors- f the different companies, which fluttered liko birds of light plumage, over rionds which filled the atmos phere. The martial arpeet of the troop excited 'cneral admiration. May the blessing of five- dom-' Otd no with them at with all who eo' ..-u ... a-w. iJoldlora VOu'ng low New York lias tinditotej lier loyalty and patriotism, in indorsing by' large; m.jorityth,.medeBtof,fi.c of the State, permittinjj soldrcrs to ex- "S"' ' ! .- .1 .... t ...It Tills is movd ill tne ngnt uitvvitun. ARMY LETTER." 0.ir ShjI.Ii, Nakhviu.k, Tow., j . March 7th, 1804. j I A. Bac.vxnit, fog.. i Dmr Editor Inclosed von will find n clip cut from the Nashville P.ii ly Times of f lirimry SJSili, is'nh'K the 9lh Ohio Cavalry a puff. As'lhe Tinns tell tlio im r a sion we mude upon the Ntishvilliana. nnd ns the Pioneer Is an ercr-welcome visitor, pleitHe (five pee j your pnper, sons to let-our 1'rieiuls know jH,w we sturd ahrond , . : We !,.(,, Cnmp O'tmiion. Fehritnvy 3d and hud a few dUiV1 eiJ''' ,v''uthel'. whieh'wHM very se vere on tin men. 'We went by bnnt from 'Gin oinm.H to Louisvilhi. Ky., 1111J fi'uiu Louisville to Niwliville vin"etu l oinl, r.liialieilitoTviiRiul Nashville pike, Out route through Kentucky, was over the voov't hut this part of Ten nemn; i Ihe tne b! ornutifnl eounlry I rnive ever ,he aoil is gOod.-loose, uiol watered with the 1.,'Ht, of water Tt,r. men in this battalion, have, generally ap'-nkinf. M.iove.d "ooii n. I oere mis oeen ........ ..f,t. M,.nJ,.s in our regiment We bnre lw ..x,,,.ed to Hi" Hmnll Pox, hilt forrnmil. dy, no one lias ink lll"t dreadlul dis- The nnHiT has been stor.V l tin's placo for f nr or five .l.ivs, and it wen1 prcy "aro who . :f, . i; ,i,.,n at. nnrlit under a I -nil Hnt. with wet. elollis, nnd limd and water frem three to seven inches fleet), noinwiinsian il!nr. the amount of mud we have in Wynmlot Conetv, the ITnivr Ssnduskv hovs wkn qu.te out. of humor for a day or two after wo ornvod i, T'ir .ISih flhio Infantry wos at this ploco when we arrived, and not 'one of us (jot to visit the regiment, nltlumudi Oapts. Miller, Holihms, and IjI'Ult. Row.lo r nnd a host; of otliere sent. noinToiis inventions. Cant. MeOutchen wos not- able to call on tie-in, owintf to his numerous and rr"sinn dnti's, which he considers first on tlr rroiTsmme of n'sohlier. I em in the Hand of the 9th Cavalry. We lnve somrt cood musieians in it, and play pood imn'c Von mnv fl-reuid we put on "Ilirs," v-I.An we msndied through Cincinnati, Louis T'n a'v' Nss'iville. . , 0,mt MeCulehen, nshe is called in the ioins m in seiidiinr his r.'speeu to his nil nvTfos end et'i.me,l friends ill Wyandot and S'T'T'OOrlie" counties, I wan Wl'tiftlio Captain, that I would like to tikobrn-ilcf-it at. the -.,rp"le House, under il,nB.rl r'nteiuh nee of Mi-is Muria Hunt, as a c'.u'.m. from our oPereii'sion Suup" nod "Hard Crack." Yours with It.wcct KOUKKT 11. MOHU1S. New Advertissmcnts, ADMl'XISTBATOU NOTICE "VT'OTICK is hereby jiven that have been i appointed und qualified Adiiiiiiistrolor of the listute ol'Juiuei l'owlur. drreased. I. II. BEERY. Mnrrh 18, 1WI. 3t ' TT 7 V. wiinl 1 I ike til ib m plhcd of informinT VV tlm citiupMH of Uppor Snndiiky and Tici jiv, tliut we Imve linvc purcliafid tlio LIVERY STABLE, 'o merlv owned and carried en by Pavid Deis tie, (iLiiairnii tl.e eoM ide of Main Stifot, or eo'ite Aiehie's bloek, an.) arc now prepared to furnished, at ahnrtcst notice, HOUSES AND VEHICLES. of all kimta, such ns lluggies, Curnagta, Sail kies. ,l-e., at the lowest rules. t'wT' OivonN aeail.nml we are cenfiilent that we cm pb'aso, in ris ua well ns price- JOHN MILLS, GIDEON B0W12N. March 18, 18G4 tf. A DM1 XISTR ATOlt'S SALE ' of :o.eil E3sta.t ! 1NT I'ltr-uanc of sn order gvn"ted hy the Pro hate Co irt of Wood County, Ohio, I wt 1 of-lt- or Sale, t Public Attcton, on Sat ui day, The 9th day ofAprill864, at I o'chk in theafternnnn, upon th preini ri b the followiiiit decriln d Rat Estst', situ ate in tho County of Wt andut, and State of Ohio, to wit: I1M LOT, numWr one hundred nnl thirty nine (1.19 In the '!lnge tif Carey rof: 'nce being had lo the recordct) plot of sntd village of Caiey, ap praise'' at. fttii)0. To mn f Srilc. ne half in hand and nn bnlt in n- war from tho day of sale, ith iuicrist the paymenis to br secured b.y rnoit $nj,a upui thu prcmiitps fio'd. rKRRY KXSMINGFH. Atf uiini-tifllor of M , V . Kunminiri'r, duceifccJ. HLM1NS A BPRKET, Al rifyK. Kntdlny Obio. IILIl! All TUI ! GEO H, CRISWELL, AUCT'R. r f I liun, al bia reai'lence, in Upper Sandusky, on Snturilay, 3Vn.xolx CJOtll, 1004, Ilia Household Effcct'a, To-wil: 0 STOVES, 1 Parlor, 1 Tenplala and 1 Cooking Stote. 1 I'ulir, 1 Breakfast and 1 Dining Table, 1 Extra Mahogany Sofa. 1 Spring Lnnig(r 1 Extra Spring lied and Ik'd-teid I What Net, 1 Dressing Buiean, I Kncloted Waslitand, a t of Rockine end other Chairs, I Snfe and Sink. 1 noaewoou Viae, and a lot of DISHES, STOXE "WARE, Ac together w ith many other artic he. tiT Terms of Pale A ereiiit of 3 month,. wit app o.fd .-enritr. will be iren upon 10 ol. c A M No property to bo remoitd at ' v" "i ' " " ,lu- FRANK B. PAV. March IS.. lHM.-Ot TO THE LADIES OF AMERICA. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS. -LYONS PERIODICAL DROPS. TUB GREAT J'liMALE REMEDY, ,'i'HJB GltliiT FEMALE REMEDY. t TON'S PpriIioii Vmpi Cure all Cora JriliunU inchlcnl i tlit and rcmnre all olislruetlotiH ol lialilto. itom wnnicTer cuuae, nrodiuMiie lioaltli. viiror and uti entrt li . 1.' on'. Periudicnl Droiia arc belter than all Pill's Puvdera aid nostrutui btluK fl'ivid lii'rjiuraitoii, their action i direec ana po.iure, and il nerda nothing but good coinni'n aenge to see and uudentund tba ruaaciu why they mirn al tlioac ills to which iha femnle .Jilcia it 8ubj"cti'd, with dinpatch and a tlnree of crtamt wmcii notniug oni a loifmuucaiy rompoiuid'd prnparatinu could roach ; the are, t.i tbe oioat obauuate caaea, RELIABLE A SURE TO DO GOOD RELIABLE & SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM AND CANNOT DO HARM. I'o the roost delicate ronstitutiona. Liou'a Periodical Droua will certainly pro uce tlie regul r leturii of untnre. if taken a l-i or two before the expected period, and li. in a itinxitu in the profeanion, tliat ureveutiou is brltr tliiin u cure. Lynn a Paiiodical Drops h.ve been uirat by rv. r twenty five thousatid ladiea, within tie ix mudilx', and Ibe tealiiuouy of ull i. ' It urcly cun'B." CAUTION I CAUTION !! Be r in mind I lint I gnaraotce my Dropato cuio .Sitj,iret;Ki'in of the Al en.ee, Irom wnat rvi'r c riihi', thoiigb cnio sluiuld be taken tn aa ,'ertniu ii prrgiiiuicy bii the cunse, aH lliime I) ni would lie surf to proaiicu nnscur-iaKU, it trtk, ii w liil-st in tbat fciLiialion, and tillai'c i.aiitiiiiii'ii ilguiuft usiiiff Ibi; ii, as 1 wUli itdis liiiotlv iindi''t"iil tbat I do nut hold tmaelfre m pun iIiIl when used under audi ciicimibUu- ''"toMAKKIED LAD1KS, They ire pL'eitlinr'y adapt d, as t hey bring Ilk' uiont.lily ieiioH with such per fret regularity. I cotiUl fttrninh any qntutitv of UitnuonialH of iu itHmry IVom my own paticnta, but tho pifU'tieoot parncliiig Doughl nnd ncuttotis odcb iK'fuie tho iub ie is bo prevalent, 1 du not (krm it advisable. BE WISE IN TIME BE WISE IN TIME BE WISE IN TIME BE WISE IN TIME Let not din one destroy your constitution- Try a bo'tleof my Periodicitl Drops, aud you n il! be ratiKhud that 1 am no impostor. i eii your ftnicti'd friend nat rcaioren me njnmn oi health to vour cheek md thereby confer a iavor more valuable than gold. I'or painful or HCHn'y alfiistruBtion it U just the the thing, I have mm in my mind an instance of a lady who had hnn ii ff.riug from panful Menstrua tioii two orthife eari, confining her to her ro'in tarh time. She had applied to tteveral oinineiit phyirsana, withont rt-lief. when one txjtilL' ot mr lJropioi)iireitv carta ner. ONE BOTTLE CUBES OiNE BOTTLE CURES ONE BOTTLE CURES ONE BOTTLE CUKES In nlmnt cvfry ensp. It, is iinpossiblo lo cnioy tho bloom of health unci vivn city of bpirils, unlof-B tho AltritK-s arc' uliir s lo tne time, the quantity, una qnai- i:y. w tit n mi-y nieoosti'iiCLt'U, unriive inaat-h her eff.it. to oht iiu for it some other outlet, ami mi Ii'hb th use cft'orlH of nature aro HrSsifUeil, iht pttienl usually experiencui lX'spouilency, Nci vousnoHs, and nooiiy, consumption amiics ita sway, mi 1 prematurely terminates a misera ble lite. Ib notPtiff-'r from these irregularities, when n invL'stinent of onudollar ill Lynu'a IVriodi al Drops will roiiulate aud restore nature te ita hefiUhy courto, and DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON bv those who hsva other preparations, which Ihry deire to paJm off upon the strength of the popularity of my D-ops. But when the Dru -t yon apply to has not Ri thera.tilher make him buy them lor you. tr else enclose one dol lar to tin- neurit general wholesale air cut, who will Hf lid yon s OoUleuy returned R.xprniS. tff See that the name of Jno. L. Lyon is wruti'ii upi'iithe directions which are wrap- pnl h round cacti bottfe. none omen are gen nine. Therefore, beware of Couuteifcita. Thuy are f"r talu by every dnitcgiit in city and Mimitty, atone do lar ($l)or bottlei If jou ibb relief ttke no other. PR..1NO. LYOJT, Practicing Physician, Nw Haven, Corn., Who can bn consulted coneomiag nil diseaa e. I'iiher rtcrsonallv or by letter. Ouo. C Gomtwin Sl Co , Boston ; D. S.Bamei b Co.. New York: Lord A Smith, (!h'cano;Fan and S t fid it Co., Detroit, YVhoU-sale Agents. Ms-ch 19, 1664 -ly. GEO. XL CRISWELL, AUCT'R. rpilK suhscrilier, will offer at Public Auction, X nt hia rpiidence, on the Karm of Bartou Sliouta, 4 miles Weat of Upper Sandukky, oa Saturday, March 19th, 18C4, Tin following property to wit: 5 Head of Horses, 1 g-ooil nii Vk cow, 9 head ot hogs, 1 Waon, 1 st-t of double Hanies-if Plow , letof tirarr ie Harrows, 2 SIHi, Sleigh, Spring and Fill Wheut, a quantity of Barh-y, Oats and Bock whent 2 amoks of hy. 75 Bushffs Corn, a toto;ioroo4i r miuer, I larss nmg Alae!im, a quantity of tools Rakes, Fork a, Hoes, Ac., a barrel of goo! fork, a quantity of Lard, 1 tove, and stratorout other articles. ITT E R.MS OF SALE. A credit of&montbs ith approval security, wilt br given upon all snmi ahore$3 ; annus of $3 and uudor, the earth will be required. So.'e to cemmeuce at 10 o'clock A M. No property to bu removed until the term of lear complied with GKORGEHALL. March 11th, lbC3 2t. Jfir Subscribo for tho Pionaer. onl in njvaticc mm ' PUSLIC AUCTION DR. ROBACK'S STOMACH B it fii tlCOUGH BALSAM JJ 1 I 1 11 11 0 I r,vir(, 25 b. E0 eta r,er Bottle ARE NOT TO BE EXCELLED MA (STOMACHIC DIGESTIVE ORGANS. evvvc oW. W "XVft wsvvcv Woa, oy o. Vowv !vw., Ww uwvtW wee wea . ivvve.e o a vve Levvemvvvs- 03 Jjilious Fever, Fever and figue, Liver Complaint, (Qynpepsia,, Indigestion, Jaundice, Kidney Complaints, ivv w.W 'v.c. oj o. fcvwvx.- Wovv-evwV. voo .eva cxve g.oov vV Wvew, ylOVVOaC lV.WLe uve N.e v'vv wuvw's SoWce- vv.cf,ovtt.e We vo-.oi Uk..vuAe. tvye tvvw-v veWeoVi "Dv. RoNjftsV' vvtVv. 8o.Aev'1 ?.e&,sxi eei, S.Wvvwvovv, ce. ffTiesa gitlera art put up in quar, bottles, of which tht above is a faa-aim-ile. The label it finely engraved, and is provided with a safe-guard from counterfeiters. (Price 01 per bottle, or ' tix for $5. C. W. tfobaok, (Proprietor,- J7o. 9 East Fourth ., Cincinnati, to whom all orders should bt addressed. " FOR SALE BY arar jos. a. m axwki.l, Dmgn-it, Unprr Siu liiakv; H. FLQltK, Wyandot; Sll.AS UH, BOLT. Mexico; A. S A r r ELL. SycaTion; I KA BRISTOL, Whirionabnrg; J. M.CHRSNKY, M irsnillc: and all Merchants throughout the U Halted Statci and Canadna. ly. F?C. W. ROBSiOk, Cumpouii'lrr of StKimach Bitters, Ulo.nl Purifier and lilood t'illsiund Dutiller an I Mamiractiirer .1 wt nwuinJSwilili rirnndica, and all kinpf of he liursL I) i:u -stic Liquors, whrclv ae sold,, wholesale, or in any desired quantity, at Noa. BO.ort til ind Oi, Eut Third Straet, .Cincin nati, OliW. LEGAL NOTICE. Lewib MfiKBiHair Wyandot County vb. Couat flroRot Hartc, and or Kliiabeth HKrrnci. J CoaMox Plus. T'Hl? faid Ororee Htfflick and Elizabeth X Hi'fflick his wife, will take notice tbat T.wi Uerimao. Old OD tho lath riav of le- crniber, A. P. 1B63 6Yt hi. petit ion in the Court of Common Pleaa withhi auJ for the' County of Wf andot la the State of Ohio, aipiinst. the Boid George HrSlick and Eliaabclh HtfHick defendanu letting forth that the said defen d.nta gave a mertgaaie to the said Levis Merie m an on the West ha f of the Sout h half of th N rth West quarter of uetion thirtj-fie (35) T wnrhiv three (3) Range twelve (12) in said n uotv of Wvandoteontainins forty acres, to so ure the paymeot of Four Hundred Dollara a orditig to the notea referred to in said imrt e and praying that the said George HerHick m j pay safd sum now elnimed to be due, be in Ihesum of Fonrhundrrd doilara with Inter e9 nt too per cent from the Snd day of No yq niber A. D. 1863. or that .aid premises may hu I'dd to pay the aame, and llie said George II elllick and Eli'.abith Hi fflick or netifird that t ey are reqnired to apnoarand answer said pe tioii.onor bt'fore the third Saturday after he 31 at. day of April A. Ii. 1PBI, Mclvr.Ll.l UKlSM.L. I'tlfT. All'yst Mareh U;li, ItUI. li,v. MADAME ZADCC PORTER'S - CURATIVE. Price, 25 & 50 cts. perBottlo The Beat, Oheapeet and most effectual Reme dy lor tjoughe, Colds. &c., the World has ever proilucrd, Purely Vegetable, con tains no Miiiersls, or other Utile- R teriyus drugs ? rflHB Curative Bat( j Bam is warranted, i used according to direc tions, to cure in all cas es. Cougns, Colds, Croup Whooping Congh, Ath' ma, and ull affections ol the Throat and Lungs. Madame Zadoc Porter's Balsam. is a purely vegetable ex pectorau t, prepared with great care md scientific ftkill, from a combina tion of the best reraadira the vegetable kiugom affords. Ita iv medical qualiltei are bated -ita nnwer to asaiat tha healthy and viioroua 'ircuiation ol itie niona r,h rough tlie luingM. It ' tulivom the muscles aud i-?fiU tho alcin to per form the dntir ot regu fating the bent of the system, and in geiitly throwing off the waste substance froi i th aur fuce of the body. Jthnainathe phlfgro, in duces free sputing, aud wih be found very ag eoatdeto the tnste. It is not a violent rem t-ily, but emollient warniing, searcliing and rffoctive, cmi betukou by the oldest p3rsoii, or youngest child. Madame Zadoc Porter's Cura tive llaUmu.iB no new md untried medicine, hut has bouii u.-eil by the public for the pa&t 27 eurs, with uiiparuk-llod succeHS, and hat ac quired 1,8 present extensive nnd lurgtly in ereiiHiug wile. imp'y by behifj ivcommcded by those who buve used it to their aillicted fiieuda nnd others, If you have a Cold, if ever so slight, do not lil togivetho Balsam a Irihl. a Hie very low pnee nt which it i sold, hiings it in therench of cvtry one, that they mny alwaja kei'j) it -convenient for use. 'the timely use of 2a rent hnttle, will oftou prove to be worth one hutidiid Jimes its cobt. Bo not be put off with any oth er, Auk tor .Mm! ii tne Zidoc Porter's COUGH BAbSAM insist on hnving it, and take uo oth or; if your D.uiit doeauut lave it, have him send und get it lor you, , t3?- So'l hy nil D.-ugglsts at 95 nnd 50 cti. per lloltle. " HALL & RUCKKL, rropricfen Sit NiecHwich Street, Kew York, Fob.S.tSoi -ly. For Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugn, Moths in Furs, Wool en, &c Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &c, Put up ill 95c. 5Hc. and $' ,00 Bnxrs, Dot. ties, and VWr. $3 and $5 sizes for Hottls, Public lllitrtiors, tfce. 1 Only infaliiib'e rcmcilics known." 'Fruo from l'oi.oti." Nut (liiiigeriHis to llio tiuntan Knmily." Rnts couio out of llii'ir ho'es to tlio." t?" Sold Wholeeolt in nil large cities. . ts" Slid l),v all DiuggUta aud Kttailera cr erywlipre. 3T 1 1 1 11EWARE1 1 ! of all worthless imi tation?, . 3T Son that "COSTA'S" name is 011 each Box. Bottle, Flask, beTore you blip, C3- AJdieas HENET H. COSTAR. Cg- Principal D. pot 4e2, Broadway. N. Y. Sold by all holecale and Bolail Drug gists, Upper Saiidtiky, Ohio, Feb. 5, lSG4.-8m. GAY, WALTERS' Of5 rpHE Musical Tublic of Wyandot, and ad 1 joining Counties, are informed (bat (1. V. WALT KUS. liascpt'iied a Music Store, at Find lay, Oitiu, where will be found tbe best. PIANO-FORTES AND MELGDEOrt'S AND. S, WITH TREMOLO ATTACHMENT For tlio Chiimlior Parlor, all of the bl Diana' fncMli'er?. Pianos from Ihocelcbra'id niBniitorva ofSTKINWAV & SON, ClilCKiil.INO '4i SDN. OKilVENSI'Klff ik CO., ALBERT WEDBEK.and other lirst-clats mnkels. SMITH'S CELEBRATED MELODEONS, With iniproved Trobln Stop, at prieea that defy cotnpetitiuD firm $.15 aud upwards. Old Jn stniuienta taken in exchange fgratv onea. Al so Piano Stools. Our Musical Friend. I 5VHE3 Sheet Mu.io and Books, of the best aitthors al- ways oa hand, Anything In the music Liurk caa be had at this establialimcnt at iowerrir than anywhtte in t lie State. Call aad t be fore purchasing. Send it) your otderti they willbe prouiptry attended to. Eveay Inatru metttfully warruuted. 1LT PIANOS Tuned Repaired. G. W. WALTt K. Oct. 9, 1863.-Ty. " HOWARD ASSOCIATION, DISEASES of she Nervous, Seminal, Un'aaiy aud Scxnal Syatems new and reliable treatweutin reports of the "Howsitl Aasocia-lion"-Scutby niril in sealed letter enTelores. lfree of eharro. Addresa Dr. J. SM I.I.I N VOUCH VON, Howard Associutiun, 2Soulh I Ninth Strei l. Philadelphia, Pa. -'. Jalyai.ltd-J-ly. f&'jfwtm'tfit ' '