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Pittsburgh, Ft W, & Chicago R. It.
" On and after Nov. 10th,-136$ Trains will
leave stations daily, Sabbaths excepted, as
foll?wC-tftrtli leatliig' Chicago, at ;$.5Q
P. M. leaves daily. 1
TRAINS 6olNw5sT.
RATIONS.
Pittsburg..... .
Rochester...
FX. MAIL. EX. E-
9 50am 7 O0am .145pm 245r
4 00" 8 30' 3 OK" 4 25 "
Nw Brightoo, " 6
Enon.......:. 4 45" 9 35"
Columbian... 5 17" 10 T'
8l"m..r...i.. S 40i"10 48"
ill 8 39" 11 ftO"
3 15" 4 35 "
4 OS " 22 "
4 47 " 6 00 "
9 J5" - 30 "
6 15" 7 25 "
Cat . . "J 2 . .. T 05 12 43 2 J "
M-illon.',.. T30" 102" T30"
8 13
8 38 "
Orville
WooMN.-;;v.,8-sor:
Louden Tille... 22"
Mansfield 10 10"
- .... ( Arr 10 45 '
Bucyrua 11 45 "
Up. Sndusky 12 84rt
1 45 8 10" 9 17 "
22" 45 9 62
3 28 " 9 45 " 10 65
4 25" 10 35" 11 45 "
6 00 11 10- 12 16 "
6 40pM 7 OOamIS 65am
7 10 1 33
7 60' 8 23
8 25 8 57
1 25
2 07
2 40
4 02",
4 36
5 05
6 45
7 28
8 20
9 20
10 52 '
12 60
Forest, i
Lim.v;;.i.::i9i3
5 9 4,110 an-
Delphos...- . 2 63
Yia Wert.... '334
Fort Warns., ft 00
Coiuma';uj-"6 45r
10 25
11 oa
12 35
7 122
"213
, 3 82
458
' too
11 02
11 39
1 45rx
2 36 '
,440
6 30 '
8 40
Wwuw.....
0 Oil
1 At
Valparaiso ... 9 22
Chicago 11 20
2 45 r M Exps..wi11 take passengers, at 1 45 r
ji rain wst irom ireiwme
TRAIX3 GOING EAST
MAtt.' ! TX. ' X.-; ' X.
4 40am 6 20am 5 WrM 10 20r.M
Chicago
V.lnuraiao.... 6 60 6 05 41
12 4.IM
Plymouth.... 844 9 40 9 40
Warsaw 10 02 . 10 38 10 3ft
Columbia.... 10 02 1038 1123
Fort Warn. . 12 35pm 12 30pm12 33am
Van Wart ... 2 11 - 1 43 1 46 ,.
elphoa ,2 52 2 14 2 14
Lirn.J.VVA 3 34 247 2 45
ForwtVV.1.1? 4 65 iST,i'4im -Up.
Sandusky 525 4 25 4 4t
Bucyrua...... 6 09 . .. 5 0.1 i r 5 26
-"!.. f Arr 640 5 30 6 00
9TlHn T:)am 1 6. 00 2 40 -
Mansfield...!.. .810 6 33 7 15
L.Mi.lonrillc...9 22 718 80
Wooster 10 25 8 11 8 50
OrryJ . ..11 00 , ' 8 38 b 9 20
Mawillon ... 11 15 914 D50
lanton.-i.1205rM 0 32 1017
Alliance... 120 1020,1190.
Salem .. 200 1055 12 05rM
TTIumblana. 230 1117 12 31
9 25
3 37
4 33
5 65
.7 21
7 60
8 30
; i !Ui
10 23
11 12
1 1 45
645rM
1 18
204
2 55
.3 93
359
4 20
,5 25
600
6 20
6 55
735
7 50
1)00
A gent.
Enon "320 ? 11 53T 1 12
N. Brighton 410
1225am 148
1240 ' 200
1) 310
Pittsburg .H3 00
J. VIC MYJURiv Gen. Ticket
DISTILLERY PRICE" CURRENT,
' "COUHICTED WKEKLT BT J. D. McKEE A CO.
Corn (old.) ear or shelled .. 40c,
Corn, (ew) " ;... .4c
tv-. i- 95
K)ats
j - ,
V
.".V..V..V." . . . .42!5oVTm
Vood
Stave
...$12 $14
L.OST1
On last Friday evening, about 8 o'clock
t.m between my residence and that of
JTohn H. Happee, a Lady's Mink Couae,
for which a aaltable reward will be paid if
o-cturnedto' JOIIX D. M'KEE.
March 28, I860.
TT an tel One hundred weight of good
country lard. Apply at this ofllce.
"For Sale On extremely low terms, if
purchased .within the coinhijr week, a
splendid new plauo; also ifirst "rate .ec-
jtUhand . instrument. . Inquire at the
I'ioseeis office. - . , i.
T Vi'J j ' m tm m-
Klcctioii iu Crmne Township. Of
course t)9 Copperheads carried this town
and township at the election last Monday ;
and, after seelngtheiiad of stock of which
Ifilielmirtorsvtjre "composed, the only won
ddt amlmgst fhetntelllgent and respecta
ble portion of our'jjeoj'le is that their ma
jority was not jnauch ,gteater. Why. tlw?y
Just drove theiia tip "great 4oeks from
the, time the polls opened nntU toward ev-nig,-when
the bell-wetljeis and drivers
were compelled, ftrai riVwey iu.u ritioii, to
'desist. The Tag tag amd lb-til xrere mt
In their injgbt itoC the pnaose of selecting
officers Tofrtbe good proj f Crane, and
hV. Bubstanttsl .cJttfeeTis the towtishlp
vara; com petted Sk cnabfco ttie pres
sure -ignoranoe and falsdxwd oooibinod
were t6o much for thtm. v
'The following is the vote polled for. the
"ieveral candidates. It will be seen that
the total vote is about a hundred less than
It was last tall most of the votes notixdl
ed were those of Union men :
" -" JCSTICE OF TOE TKACft.
7.1 tlcorge Myers,
M. lUKirby, ' -
TRUSTEES. ' "
.Telm 11 Barrick, , . . ;
Joseph Hntter,v
Josepli Parker,
Wm. II. Jones, ,
John M. IIal
. . Jolm K. EngcK .
HCiHBlt. .
Wm. R Bbwshel1,
Frank liuminell, -
1 ' TEEASfRER.
n .v.R.R.irKee
. J. A. Maxwell, ,
'" '"' K 'ASSESSOR.'
Ell JIolTman, , . ,
JoliWitagoiH !.'..!. )
f p r- oSSTATJI4t3
A. iSowsher. ' '
:'-9 ,!T. W; Brandenburg,
.ry.K. Brown;' . -
,ti Daniel Fishel, i " ! ;
MAYOR.
- Robert MeKelly,
ff n James Gs Roberts,,--J.
D:eari w
i If? J Z- RECORJ)ERr "
Wm. J. Hall,
. .Jpaul lluft, - -
xTplifty-Watson; ;
t , , , . .TREAStTRER.
Ai Christian, - . ':
. tWm. King, :.
f , J.D. McKec,
an . ,.-. . : MAR4IIAL. ..' .
John Cramer, ' ' -
.Jfoah Stoker, j ;
v ; y. COCXCIUIEK.
. i .. Jacob Sch.-efer, ,
p.. Michael Moran,
O. W. Saltsman,
Peter B. Beldler,
ia Willianit Ay res, . ...
J. W. Sniafley,
f, u Josiah Smith,
Jonathan Gnmp,"
,) Ilenry Miller, . .
Jbnt Ay res,
. George Adair, .
Casper Veijt,. T
353
287 . .
:mo
?333
3G5
268
290
254
' f ' i
373
24(5
i . "
269 .
346
j 287
;?36i
,840 :
260
277
241
154
20
.242
147
21
241
153
80
, 250
163
241
238
242
244
244
177
172
. 153
150
, 167
19
16
.Marseilles Sound. Tho Lnion men
of Marseilles acquitted themselves hand
uomefy3oD. Monday by electing their whole
ticket, the majorities being greater than
'Well drmr trentlemf.n 1 '
V - s . .
(!
Jlully for Tymochtee! The town
- ship, of Tyniochtec elected the whole Uni
on ticket on Monday, with the exception
of one Trustee, who tyed his opponent and
Bbon .-drawing the Copperhead was sue
vvcesefuV, The Union men of Tymoch have
surpasbtfd thcuiselvea this time.
CiV 11m. Jk. lt 2 JH 14. JL At I
Office In Beerys' Blocks (Thiid Stofj'J
UPPER SAN DUSKY, OHIO.
TlltffcSbAt, - - - - - -
APRIL 5.
. Potatoes wantetl
accvunt.
at this office on
OKAN1) CONCMtT.
The Presbyterian Choir, and part of the
Sabbath Sch6ol, with Organ, Piano, and
Guitar, (insisted by the Sagerbund with
sottgs atld string instruments, will give a
Concert at Beerys' Hall, on Wednesday
evening, the 11th irtat-, fb? the bf iictit 6f
Dr. Bllhardt fbr services l-ende'rcd the
cholraild also to liquidate a debt oh the
Parsonage. The programme will be com
posed of Sacred, Patriotic and Instrumen
tal Muslci ,
All are Un ited to fltteftd; and thus eh
coufagc home culture in the ''divine art."
Admission, 50 cents children half price.
'" - 'if a
KEOPEXINOrfJiiss S. E. Spain
Will cpeh oh' Saturday aflcrilooii; 7th iist.
ht Kiiig's bniidilig, horth. of P, O.- corner,
a magnlflccht assortlneiit of Millinery aild
Fancy Gootls, of the very latest spring
styles Indies, make a note of this.
Closing of the iTiiiort School.-Oii
hccouiit of" a press of business, we were un
able to attcltd the examination at the close
of Oiir Piiioii Schools, but having depu
tlzcd our., bettet half" to do the same, we
have received sufficient knowledge of the!
proceed lllg8; to report.
, The irt lnoipat Mrs. Motley, aild her
corps of young lady teachers nt'tid no fur
ther tllogy from us than the statement of
the fact that theli pupils reflected un
bounded credit oh their mode of instruction
Scholars not only responded to the ques
tion promptly, but showed a thorough
understanding of their subjects. Good or
der prevailed in the school-room, and it
was not difficult to see that the respect and
deference due the teachers was willingly
given. We wish the present instructors of
our youth could be retained, lis We think
they won Id. soon inaugurate a new era in
our sciioolsi
Of the evening exhibition, We call apeak
from personal knowledge, as we were pres
ent. It was highly creditable to all en
gaged in it and proved that ourytmth are
not devoid of elocutionary powers or mu
sical talent. We Would like to see greater
attention paid to declamation and original
composition in our schools, as there are
few tilings of more practical importance.
Some of the Peelies presented at the exhi
bition were beautiful, and from the ap
pearance of the young ladies on that eve
ning, w think our young gentlemen had
better commence fortifying, their hearts.
They will not be able to withstand such
an array of talent and beauty as M ill burst
upon them at the close of sehoollife.
The General iu the Field. General
Garfield (vulgar people call him '-Ed.,')
is again in tb rield, and making great
preparations for an active and vigorous
campaign His chief of staff is a gentle
man named MClean, who is srtid to be ful
ly equal to the important and responsible
position he has assumed. M". is said to be
6neof the'finest yruiners in the State, and
It Is not nesessary to say one word in re
gard to the General's qualifications in his
line .of business he is some.
, The Warpole House. Mrs.Townley
retired from the Warpole on the 2d inst.,
and is sueceded by Dr. S. W. Holmes, of
this place, and Mr. C. B. Mann, of Marion,
by whom the honse will hereafter be kept.
Mr. Mann Is a landlord of long experience,
and, with the Dr.'s fine business capacity,
the Warpole cannot fail to become a popu
lar and successful institution.
The Templars meet every Friday
evening, at Beerys' Hall. The lodge is
steadily increasing, and its meetings are
an improvement on all the social re-unions
We have ever attended.
l$cv j. V. Senseiy has again turned
his attention to the miuistry, and has a
permanent appokitinent somewhere in
Seueoa county aowe have been told.
Itohert Bowsher, .Jr., has removed
to Princeton, Missouri, where he proposes
to engage in the hotel business, liobert
will sooli satisfy the people of that neck
of Woods that he knows "how to keep
tavern. We wish hhu success in his new
home.
Tm-, k fcr -
Ail Kail and Frank Rummell, two
live young men, have purchased Beech
er's Picture Gallery, near the Post Office,
and propose to opeli up the establishment
on the 20th of April in a style that will
compare favorably with anything in that
line in the State. These gentlemen are
worthy of the-most liberal encouragement
at your hands, and we hope they willt re
ceive it.
AVagoner & Rummell have removed
their grocery establishment to the Yellow
Corner,' where they will be glad to see their
friends and patrons.
Flack & Vogle have removed their
Clothing store to the room lately occupied
by Wagoner & Rummell, No. 2, , Ay res'
Corner, where they invite their friends to
call and see them.
Hunt & Watson occupy a column
this week in making their speech to the
public. Whenever men advertise thus lib
erally, and talk as they do, you may take
it for 'granted they mean something. Read
for yourselves.
B. Ldebenthal has removed his cloth
ing store to the room formerly occupied
by Mrs. Hubbard, : immediately opposite
the Pierson House. Call and see him
you will find him the same clever and ac
commodating Ben. that he always has
been. '
A . Dutch Ball came off at BeerysT
Hall on Monday, night. : We had no re
porter there, bnt, as we . noticed kixe
empty beer kegs at the Hall door next
morning, wo suppose they had a high time,
oh general principles.- -
. ' . i 1. m i m mi
Mrs. Uurt has removed her Millinery
Store to King's building, north of pot
ollice corner.
Drynp, or ffo and Drink. Ave are
about tired of hearing a lot ot ltepubli-
eaus ih this place cursing Andrew John
soil, calling him a drunkard, and saying
he must have been' full of whisky when he
made his memorable 22d of February
leeeh We thank God that Andrew John
son, through a wise Providence, has been
made President ft fid all we have got to say
is this, that if the' President made his im
mortal 22tl speech under the Influence of
liquor. It was of a quality which needs no
further recommendation, and the more of
it there is drank by those in power and au
thority, the better' it will be for the coun
try, all temperance institutions to the con-1
trary notwithstanding. As poor as we arc.
out of our own private funds, , we would
pay for a barrel of that whisky to be dis
tributed among the fanatics of Upper Saiw
dusky, who are continually cursing -our
noble "President. Union.-'
The Un ion man docs not like to hate
people called "drunkards" it. is a little
too rough a term for his sensitivo nature.
Well, some people are a little thin skinned
when that subject is broached ; yet, there
are people iff this country who will blurt
the truth right but some times, without
much regard to the feelings of thch mellow
hearted neighbors
liobert thinks the country will be very
much benefited in proportion, as the con
sumption of whisky is increased, and to
provide against any depletion of his purse
which might result fi'om. the proposed in
crease he has determined to roll It out to
his friends by the bBi'rel Instead of buying
it by the drink, as is the custom now.--Xow,
old fellow, let us give you a little ad
vice don't you be foolish enough to re
niove" that barrel of whisky from the Cop
perhead, .platform : if you do.. it will col
lapse and you aiid your party be bUried in
its ruins the blackened, sickening mass
of debris, produced by the burning of
Pike's Opera House, .won't be anywhere
compared with it That barrel of whisky
is the main stay in your platform it is an-
unfortunate one, too, for if you hold on to
it you will perish, aiid if you let go of it
your party will go uhdef, stire.
Should it be oiice determined that our
rulers afe to be selected with all eye single
to their whisky drinking capacity, the
Union party may as Well hang up the fid
dle they will have no more chance than
a bob-tail horse in fly time.
Hold fast to that barrel of whisky, neigh
bor the "fanatics" will not take advan
tage of your generosity by accepting at
your hands the object which you and your
party prize so highly. It would be a
species of cruelty of which they are not
capable Worse oh you than thcFreedmen's
Bureau.
Oil, How Good. We have heard a
great deal of talk about good syrup, but
we never found out who had it, until our
kind friend Moses Wagoher, of the firm ol
AVagoner & Rummell, presented us with
a pitcher full of the very syrup about
which there has been so much talk it is
delicious. Try it, and determine for your
selves whether it is or not. These gentle
men have everything else in their line, of
the very best in the market. Don't for
get their syrup.
U 1,1 tm i. . '
Our Ifcoll of Honor will appear next
week Call and see us, if you wish to be
included in the list.
The March number of HolloWay's
Musical Monthly has been received. The
contents are "Polka De Salon," by Egg
hard; one of Parepa's beautiful songs, "I
cannot sing the old songs,"'and "Larmoille
Waltz," by Cloy. Music teachers say this
is the best musical work- ever published,
and we heartily endorse it. See prospectus
and you will bo astonished at its cheap
ness. For specimen, call at our house.
Married, on the 29tU hit., at the resi
dence of the bride's father, by Elder Mc
Cormick, Mr. Nelson Wolf to Miss Eu
nis Mattisox.
On the 22d nit:, by" J. L. Cook, Esq., Mr.
W infield S. White to Miss Frances A.
Pugii, all of this county.
J5T The Chicago Tribune thus sum
marizes the resolutions of the Indiana
Copperhead Convention :
1. Secession's played out. Hence
the rels are as good as ever.
2. Andrew Johnson's our man.
3. Congress should be cleaned out.
4. We're against the tariff.
5. Let Government tax its own deljtj
by way of helping it borrow.
G. We won't pay our rebel debt.
7. Let the soldiers vote our ticket
and we'll give them higher bounties
for voting than tliev ever got for fight
ing.
8. If Republicans desert to our camp
we'll share our mess with them sucll
as it is. v
9. If a nigger votes the
Country's
gone
up.-
10. Tsisscer keep Cut of Indiana.
11. Irishmen come and welcome !
12. Eight houl's is a day's work.
13. Let every man do as he d d
pleases.
14. Except that none but Democrats
must steal.
lo Liquor all around and let the tem
perance men dry up.
16. Our old lien, in the Senate and
three chickens in the House were the
best cocks in the pit. But Voorhees
is a dead pilllet.
1 7. All debts due to black nieit must
be paid to white men, on the principle
that a negro can't own property, and
never could.
Cattle Market.
New Yoisk, April 2.
BEEF CATTLE The number of cattle
at market to-clav is d.5XX), including 790
from Ohio; l.fi'20 front Illinois, and 76 from
IS ew x ork. Tlie snpplv of the best ouali
ties -was small, but there was a full number
of medium and inferior. Prices declined
lc on first qualities' and lV.c on lower
grades. The weather was favorable mild,
nut not warm, witn a siignt ram. Tlie mar
kct opened lively, and first-class animals
sold quick. Common- grades dragged in
the after noon. Fifty car.s expected from
Albany affected the trade, but late In the
day it revived somewhat.' A good deal of
money' was lost-to-day : by speculators.
The total supply for the week is estimated
at 5.(530, which is too many for the demand.
except of the best quality. The closing
prices were : .
First quality lG18c
Second " 1416c
Third " . 1214c
SHEEP These is a full supply, and the
market is lower. Sheared sell at 5'S;6j,'e
nnsheared, 78c; extra, Sc. Pelts dull
andtleclluing. Lambs averaging 38 lbs
sold at S7.00.
liuus lwcnty-six nundred head in
market. Many of them are thin and poor
jtarKCt ami ai iuiuc.
JEItE C. Git OFF.' UtStLTttLEK:
GR0FF & FLACK!
Having purchased the Provision and
GROCERY STOKE
u v
M iLLiSB -:&,-tTr O H M IE Y-!
w"ould fespeetftilly inform our friends and the
pfcblie generally, that e propose continuing
the business lit the old sttrwd ? r- f
We hare already added largely to the origi
nal stock, and are receiving fresh supplies al
fnot daily. - - -' i
We keep coftstuntly oil hand larga stock of
SUGARS
COFFEES, 7 7 V
TEAS.
HOMINY
CHOCOLATE.
...... . PEACHES,
" POTATOES.
..
coffee essence,
Rice, beans,
onions. salt, -dried
apples,
, PICKLES, !
'.;" PRUNES ' ' "' ' :;
-: ' CURRANTS,'"' :
RAISINS,";" ; :
CANDLES,
SOAPS,.,,...,,.
Lard. i...ia
CRACKERS, .
BUCKETS, '
TUBS, . , . .
FLOUR AND MEAL!
Churns, Wash Boards, :-. : r.-i it
Mops and Wringers,
Stone Wan, Brooms,
' '- .;". rJjttKnil Baskets,-
Indigo,
Clothes Baskets,
j Corn Basketd, : ; , ,
Bowles, (wooden) ',1c.
SaleratU9j
TOBACCO AND SEGAItS !
Soda, . . ( ,, ,...,.. . Ginger,
Cream Tartar, , Not Megs,
Mustard, Cornstarch, ,."
Spiees, Sulphur,
. :.. ... - Resin,, v ;-5,-r.,-.
Pepper Saue, Catsup, . j , t
' ' , . I 1 . i l i '
NUTS AND CANDIES!
Stove polish,
Shoe Blacking,
Hor.se Brushes,
' ' Shoe Brushes,
' i'. i Stove Brushes
o.;' ZE ; Y.iBoVqijs j s . i ::
CideV'YrnogarJ Coal Oil, ture Tar, Ink, Slate
and .Lead l'encils, Toys, Ac, &c.,ate.
In fact everything found in a first class Gro
cery ana l revision fetore.
The Datronae of 'fTiA"'riillift is resnpfttTullw
solicited. As we sell j nf for cash, we can sell
better aitiIcs for the same money than can be
got elsewhere.
BUTTER, LARD EGGS, APPLES,
Chirkctis, Raws, Ac, Ac, taken in exchange
for Goods, or Cash paid.
Highest Market price always given.
Up. Sandusky, March 22, 1866.
UPPER SANDUSKY
MPO
ITJM
OF THE
USEFUL,
. BEAUTIFUL
ORNAMENTAL.
R
UFF & BR A UN S,
JfiWELBRS, :
Are still engaged in the old business at th
old stand, on Main street, norMi of the Court
House, where they keep constantly on hand a
fine assortment of : .
JEWELERY,
WATCHES,
CLOCKS,
S I
Together with all other goods Usually sold by
iuosc engageu in uie ousiness.
This branch of the business is in charge bf E.
BR AUNS, one bf, the most acEd'ninlihhed silver.
smiths in Ohio, by whom WATi HES will be
examined, cleaned and repaired in the Very beet
siyie. i i
ALL ARTICLES OF JKWLERY !
Either Cold of Silver, manufactured to order la
tlie most beautiful and substantial manner.
B3e We invite out friends and the oublie
geuerauy io eaii ana seeus. r , .. ... . , .
- v. RUir a R. A. BRauxTS;
March 1, 1866. -it.
6ntert Medical Circular
. Ew PnbliiM! . .
EB"Fifteen"Sa largo
. letter yifpt tot twJ
' 8 (tent itampa. .
Prdfc HEBEET JAKS0U, KOSERT HEEBEET, li.
THE EATIONAL MSPENSABY, ESTABLISHED 1859.
Six years of unrlvnlled success fri the chre of every
lorm ot private discnRc mciuent to either rox
SC1KSCB ASb rAIB'BEjLl.tNG. VKTt)llIOC8 OVKa EMftBICISM
AND FltAUi.
Wainfalliblv cure Svphilhs, Fleet, G)norrlia?a. Im
potency. Nocturnal and Diurnal Emissions. Coinnlaints
pCcnliarto females, and ?rery form of prirate disease
ot wnatcver nature. Spcrmatorrncpa or It-Abuse
THAT critSE OK MODEKX MANHOOD
easily aud speedily curdd and every trace of its terri
Die enects erauicatec trom tnc system, witsout aeten-
tion from business. Yi.une men bear this in niind.tbat
tVd arB in possession bf the secret receipts and methods
or practice of Culverwell, Luliemand, Hunter, VelpeaU
fen. uicord und other ereat. licriits in modern medic
science ; for it is a fact of the very greatest importance,
and we would ask unv man ot average common sense
bow can. the thousand and one shallow pretenders of
the day, with their feeble atld inelocient remedies hope
10 compete witn us r
Ye unfortunates, ero trusting your health and rr.rmey
tohenrtless 'churlataiis. at least write to Drs. Jackson,
Herbert & Co., who will at once return you a kind, dis
crete and explicit answer. .Ladies write for ourcircu
l)r. Jackson's Female Monthly Pills. ' Price One Dol
lar per box; extra fine, Five Dollars per box, a safe
and effectual remedy for nil irregularities and obstruc
tions, ffom whatever cause.' . --
isr.
THE MOUNTAIN OK LIGHT OR MEDICALPROTECTOR.
ana .Marriage uuide, aud an explicit Key to Love and
Beauty, containing 300 pages and 100 plates. This is
THE book you want. - Price Fifty Cents or Three for
One Dollar. , . ,1 i .. ; '. . . -
Scud for our splendid circular, containing more in
quantity and of far superior quality to any of the so
called "pamphlets.'! .Kcmember that we- send a writ
ten reply to every 'letter, especially adapted to the
particular case under consideration, because in the na
tureof things ench ei seiiffer from every other.
Ill. JACKSOX'SOltlETTAL LINIMENT
removes all coldness and disability, and rejuvenated
organs whicVhave laindormant for many years.
DR. JACKSON'S UtOCn. PATENT HALE SAFEt
It is perfectly sfe and necr fail to give satisfaction.
It is the ouly safe prfrvrnUtive agahistcontracting dis
ease ever invented. Price One ' Dollar each,' per half
dozen Four Dollars, aud per dozen Seven Dollars, sent
by mail 1 " V
Inebriates or Modorate Drinkers who desire to re
form, but have, found it difficult, dan whojy eradicate
all desire for a,uy kind of liquor, by using Dr. Herbert's.
Anti-Alcoholic Compound, an unfailing, remedy for in.
temperance J write for particulars.
Medicine aud instructions sent prompt! to any part
of the country. Consulting Rooms of the Dispensary,
No. 1(57 Sycamore street, CinHunati, Ohio. P. 0. Box,
No. 4:. Send for circular.
March 2H, 1800. 1.. . . , . , ','"
TTA R GrESTST0O K'!
l Ml
or
Hardware, tstc.. Etc.
UPPER SAITDU8K Y
Hating purchased the Hardware store of T.
B. J hffft, and replenished the atoek. Have
now on nana a
1K0K
J t.f ft.?.
aXd nails,
" TOti SALE CHEAP .' ' . ) '. '..
Store Pipes,
Dust Palis, Stue Pans.
Coffee Pots, Tea Pota,
Wash Pales, i'T H ' Cake Pans.Vf,
Covered Pales, U , ' ,r ' Dutch. Pail,'
Stovepipe flile, I. Stovepipe flbowa i
Candle Molds. Chamber Paila,
Tea Kettles, Wash Boilers,
... , . . . -,-, Ji;on Spoous. . .. . ,
A full stock of
UOES,
a! ?
f "v
SHoVEL3
- 4" , '. .
Eases,
Atft
AXtSt
JOINERS TOOLS,
Fultjssprtnifint for. aalfl-cheap, t,
'V'' ' t
THOE BUILDI G(
WillJind a choice lot of.
SAILS,
IlIN'GIS,
BUTTS i SUiEWS,
I- 'WISD(
FA9TKXISCS
'SHCTTER rSTLMNGS,
LOCKS, BOLXS,
ETC.
tTC.
house! siou MIN
11
Hating procured the exclusive rierht for Wy
andot count', to use the patent Spout Hanger.
We can do up that kind of work cheaper and
better than any other house in the county. For
aponting call on
SIMILIA SIMIUBUS CURANTUR!
HUMPHREYS';
IIOMGEOPATMIC SPECIFICS !
HAYE-Pryivedt from the tnpst ample experi
encey an entire succesi ; Simple-Proirfpt
Efficient, and Reliable.-- They ate the only
Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use so
imple that mistakes cannot be made in using
them ; so harmless: as to be free from danger,
and so efficient as to be always reliable. They
have raised tlie mgfi est commendation from all
and will always tender satisfaction
Nos. -, . Cents.
1 Cures Fevers. Congestion, Inflotnationa,
2
3
Worma Worm-Fever, Worm Colic 25
" Crying-Colic or Teething of infants. 25
" Diarrhoea of children' of adults. . .'. 23
" t)ys.-ntery, Griping, Billious Colic25
" Cholera Morbus, omiting 25
' Coughs, colds, bronchitis.. 25
" Neuralgia, toothache, faceachc. . . .25
" Headache, sich-headache, vertigo. 25
' Dyspepsia, billious stomach. 25
." Suppressed of pajiifuLperiods,, , . . -. 26
Whites, too. pta&tsft periods .'a . r,25
" Cfoup, cough, difficult breathing25
" Salt Rheum, eyrsipelas; eruptions. 26
'" Rheumatism, rheumatic parnsi....25
" Fever ague, chill fever, agues. . . 50
" Piles, blind or bleeding..-. iu. 50
" Ophthalmy; sore or weak "eyes ."...50
" Catarrh .acute or chronic, influenza . 50
" Whooping-Cotigh, violent coughs 50
" Asthma, oppressed breathing.. . .50
' Ear discharges, impaired hearing. .50
" Scrofula, enlarged glahd3,swelling3.50
General debility .physical weakness.50
" Dropsy and scanty aecfetiong . ..50
4;
5
6
7
8
9
10
11 .
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
3
31
32
33
34
" Sea-sieknr'S'5," sickness from riding. 50
Kidney diseasesj gfaVel. 50
" Nervous Debility, Seminal Emmis--
sions, involuntary discharges 1.00
" Sore mouth, canker. . . . ; 50
" Urinary weakness, wetting bed.. 50
' Painful periods, with spasms.... 50
Sum-ring at change of life 1.00
" Kiulepsypasms.St.Vitus' danceil.00
" Diprfieria, ulcerated sore throat, i
KAHILI C ASES. ' t p
35 large vials, morocco' Case, aiid liotfli
complete... $10.00
20 large vials, in morocco, and book. .. . 6.00
2J large vial8i,pUui case, and s:boK ... 55 00
lo boJies (Nos. 1 to I5) and book 3.00
VETElttiiA&t SPECltfins.
Mahogany c.ise, 10 vials, with book. . , .$10.0(1
Oirtgle Yials,1 with directions... 1.00
These remedies, by the case or sitijrle box,
Medicine Company, Office and Depot, No. 562
Broadway, New York.
Dr'HumDhrcVs is Knsulted dailv at his of.
nee, personally or by letter, as above, For all
lormsot disease.
, , t"For sale by all Druggists.3
"ilarch 22,"i866.-8m:!i :
The Sandusky, Dayton And Cin
cinnati Railroad Company.
- U O.T I C lS -
A ilEETINGof the parties to the agreement
XJL bearing date March, 1, 1865, for the ad
justment and Capitalization of the debt aiid
stock of the SandUsky, Dayton and Cincinnati
Railroad Company, is hereby 1 led to be held
at the office of the Directors of said Company
at the City of Sandusky, Erie eounty, Ohio, on
Tuesday, the Zdday of May,' A. 7?.,1S66.
The object bt this meeting is to effect a re-organization
of said Company under the. recent
sale of said road, asTiontemplated In said agree
ment and pursuant to the act of the OeneraT As
sembly of the State of Ohio, passed April, llj
A. D., 186lraMtled4flto.rguIa(te the
sale of Railroads and the re organization of the
same," anLtc do, Jiate ver rmay f be . neceasary
for that pupposci . ' K i ?
. , J. vv. PIERCE,
' ' 5 ' JNO P. YELVERTON,
Purchasing Trustee under said Agreement.
March 2186,-41. : . A
NOTICB.
. , ...t . " . .! ......
THIS aulcribera have sold thr grocery - to
Messrs. (5roff Sl Flack, and respectfully
request that the patronage sojiberally bestowed
upod them be extended to the new firm.
A LL PERSONS I . , ,
knowing themselves indebted to Us, will please
call and settle without delay, aa we wish to
close up our business immediately.
. ; . . HENRY MILLER.
A. S. WORMLEY.
March 22, 1866. it. - ' - .
areseit to any part of, the Country, 'by mail or
express, free of charge,, oh receipt of price.
Address, Humphreys' Specific HoracBpathic
Don't forget tliat fan can htry better an
CHEAPER CLOTHIKG!!!
n
i!
r rT7- , ! f
0
jj
' I At ItUC 4 1'
Old Union Store of
JOSEPH OPPENHEIMER,
Than can be purchased at any other es
tablishment in Northwestern !Onlo. He
Gent's Furnisbins Goods !
of every description and of the very latest
STYLES AND PATTERNS!
Hats and Caps,' f ;
S hiits and Drawers,
Half Hose and Gloves,
SUSPENDERS AKD HANDKERCHIEFS,
together with a splendid assortment of
i
I?EAtYMADEi CLOTHING !
He has also the finest stock of .
EC
pa
p - 3D
ever brought to Wyandot county, and is
prepared to make up
CL'OTII I K
G !
n w
in a manlier that cannot fail to please the
taste of the most fastidious. He has re
cently secured the service of
MR
S A NT
5 - I
MENTE
who is ah experienced cutter, having been
engaged in the business for seVdral years
in New York, Philadelphia aild other eas
tern cities. Don't forget the
No.
... -
3, ,Beerys, THock.
Stop ih ahd see hie frentlelneh. I will
charge you nothing for a look at my stock.
- I -St M M
S. OPTENllEftffitt.
Upper Sahdusky, Feb. 7, 18GG. tf.
GREAT EXCITEMENT!
THE OLD AD RELIABLE
FURNITURE WARE R00 MS !
vv
L . BOWMAN,".
At the Old Stand, East of the tost Office,
on yandot Avenue, ; .r
- Upper randuskyj onto. .,
' Thtf Uhdersfghed would Tfespectftdly in
form the citizens of Wyandot county ahd
surrounding country, that he still contin
ues the
FUHNITUHE BUSINESS!
ih all its various branches. " He keens con
stantly on hand a general stock of all ar
ticles in demand, such as
CilAinS, TABLES, STANDS, BED
STEADS, WHAT-NOTS,
and all other kinds of furniture used. He
will also furnish the finest quality of parlor
. jj. ROSEWOOD AND MAHOGANY FtfclTtrut:
i i. ! i l .i
on short notice, ahd on the most reason
able terms. Ma tresses furnished to orderi
lie is also prepared to do. Job Turning on
short notice. '---'-'-w.r
Drop ih at the old stahd, ahd examine
stock ahd prices.
UNDER TA KING.
He keeps constantly oh hand, Wooden
Colli its, and line MetaliQ Burial Cases and
Gaskets: He Is-also prepared to attend
Funerals with a Hearse, w hen called up
on. Charges moderate. Wooden Coftihs
made to"Tdin3anyrst,p5fgliort notice.
LUMBER
: .: '
bonght and sold.: Highest Jliafkct prices
paid or takeh ill exchange for furniture. .
Thankful to his old customers and
friends for past favors, he hopes by a strict
attention to business, and by fair ahd up
right dealing, to merit & continuance of
ESP Kemenlbei?1 the well known furni
ture stand, east : of the post oflice, when
vou Want any article of furniture.
L. BOWMAN.
Fcbrttary 14, l866.tfi
PIERSON
HOUSE,
(South of and
near the Court House,)
VrrEIlSA$'iUSKY,OHIO.
. JOHN 8. VAN MARTfcR,.
( 5lorc familiarly rknown as ' Shaxguai," )
. - j : ' " .'.r . k' . i .' ' " '
This phlar House hm recently undergone
a thorwigh renovation, and is now in complete
order. .9OK
. Every. department is under the supervision of
prompt aad experienced assistants, and no
pains spared to render the guests of the House
comfortahle. ; ; , ; . : . . .
The patronage of the travelling public is so
licited . ,',.', . ..
March 1, 166. ly.. , f, ;. ; ,
T&mffS&" erf
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R.R.,
t Double Track Routo Trom
At Pittsburgh traiiui from the West ttM direct to tha
Union Depot, where Passengers are transferred to th
trains of the Pennsylvania Central Railway, which leave -Pittsburgh
and arrive at other points as follows: .
DAY EXPRESS Leaves Pittsburg at 250 '
a. m., stopping at principle Stations. Arrives
at Altoona at 7i3S a. tn., Tyrone 823 a. m., '
Bellefente 10:32a.m., Lock Haven 12:19 p.m.,
HarrisbnTg f 1;10 J. m., Baltimore 550 p. in..
New York, Via Allentovrn, at 10:35 P. JI., Phil
adelphia at 5:50 p. in., and Kevr York, vi '
Philadelphia at 10:27 p. tn. -
CINCINNATI EXPRESS.tc&tct Ktto
burgh at 2:20 a. m., stopping at principal sta
tions. Arrives at Altooha at 735 a.m., Tyrone?
8:33 a. m., (Bellefontc 10:32 a. m., Lock Haven
12:19 p. tn.,-) Hart-ibnrgf 1:10 p. m.f Baltimct t
5i:30 pj in., New. York, via Allentown 10:35 p.
tn., rhiladelphiaj 5:50 p. ro and New York,
via Philadelphia at 107 p.m.
MAIL LINE. Leaves Pittsburgh at 11:40
a. m., stopping at all regular Stations. Altoonaf :
at 6:05 p. ni., Harrisbnrg 12:25 a. m., arriving
at Philadelphia at 7:10 a. m. -
PITTSBURGH $ ERIE MA1L.Ijet$m
Pittsburgh at 8:50 a. m., stopping at nearly all A
Stations. Arrives at Altoona 1 at' 1:50 t. tn..
Hamebnrg 8:15 p. m., and Philadelphia at
1:30 a. m. , -
PHILADELPHIA ERPRESS.fteiyel
Pittsburgh at 4:10 p. m. stopping only at prinjr
eipal Stations.' ' Arrives atLatrobe 6:00 p..m.
. Altoooa 9:30 p. n., Haitisbnrg 255 a. a., Bal ;
timore 7:00 a. m., New York, via Allentown,
10:00 a. m., Philadelpiiia at 7:10 a. m., and
New York via Philadelphia, at 12:05 p. m.
Sleeping-Cars run through on this train from
Pittsburgh to Baltimore and Philadelphia, and
to.Ncw York, via Allentown.
-i FAST. LINE. Leaves Pittsburgh at 10:00,.
p. m. Stopping only at principal Stations.
Arrives at Altoona at 3:10 a. in.. Harrisbure
8:25 a. m., Baltimore 1 1250 p. m v New Yorkf
t Allentown, 3:40 p m., Philadelphia t 1A0
p.m., and New York via Philadelphia, t
5:42 p. ni.
Breakfast. t Dinner. Supper.
. Daily, all other trains Sunday excepted.
Sleeping
; , . OS N1UHT TRAINS TO
PHILAD'A., NEW YOUK & BALTIMORE,
Baggage Checked Through and Trans
ferred Free. '
TICKETS COtL SALE TO BOSTOJf BT BOAT OR RAH
Boat Tickets Good on any of the Sound Linn. '
FARE TO ALL POINTS AS LOW AS
By tfeisr route Freights of all description, including
Live Stock, can be fortfardedto and from Philadelphia,
Xew York, Boston or Baltimore, to ADd from any point
on the Western Railways, by railroad direct.
By Steamers, freight can also be fortrarded to any ac
cpssible point oh the rivers and lalws of the West. "
For Freight Contracts or Shipping Directions, apply to
or address either of the following agents of the Com
panjt
8. B- Kingston, Jr.. Freight Agent, Philadelphia,
' 0 A- Carpenter. Freight Agent, Pittsburgh,
Clarke & Co- Transfer Agent, Pittsburgh, :
t.. W Brown & C, Cincinnati, Ohio,
prehead & C t Lofli'Villei Kentucky. ' ;
M- Aikmon, Evansvillo) Indiana.
R. F. SflSsi St. I.ouis. llissottri.
ClaTke & Co., Chicagof Illinois. ; .
H McOolm. Portsmouth) Ohio
T. P. Bil ket Madion, ihdiana.
"J; M- Lovei Maj-Bville' Kentucky.
Hall & Co., Marrietta, Ohio.
Wi : H & E. ti. Langley. Gallipolis Ohio .
-! - P-'plt & Co.. Ziiesvi.le, O. , . -
L. R. Wilson, Nashville, Tenn.
' T j'; ilVE STOC ' '
j.brDverraudJ'jrrnersh-ili find this a most advantage'
ous route for I.iVe Stock Capacious VardS Well watered
and supplied With every convenience have been opened
on this line and its connections and evers attention ia
paid o theti Wants From ttafrisbtirgb where will be
found every convenience for feeding and resting a choice
is oiTered of the Philadelphia New York and Baltimore
Markets This will afcso be found the shortest and quick'
est and most direct route for Stock to New Torkjvia
Allentown and with fewer changes than any other
Tr35ri023 XiXZsTE.
FAST FREIGHT. VIA PEMIf LVAITIA S. B.
"BROAD TREAD" OARS.
Which riin through belwPeil the Kastern. and 'Western
Cities, irrespective of changes of guage. The Cnlott
Line is authorized. Fast Freight Line, and is worked on
all the routes over Which it undertakes to transport,
nbder Contracts Which secure to the property entrusted
to its charge, the best facilities foi fast and Uniform
movements, that the Road over which it passes possess.
M'here time is gunrantcedj a forfeiture of Five Cents
per 100 hs. is allowed for detentions, for every day be
yciind the time specified. '
Forfurthef particuUfSj address the following agents
of the "Union Line:"
tt. W. Brown, 27 West 9d St., Cincinnati. O.
S. V, Thatber, 239 North High SK Colnmbes, O .
AV. H, Stewart, Cleveland, O. .
11; Thompson, NeWconicrstown, O. -
W. R; Hazlett. Zanesville, O.
S. F. Gray, Indianapolis, Indi
J. C. Davis, Fort Wayne, Ind.
E. P. Brvant, Terre Haute, Indi
W. W. dhandler, Bhicago, IH,
W. E. Robins6n 3"i4 Maii'lStii Louisville, Ky.
. S. Steveng, 40 Olive St., St Louis, Mo.
L. R. AVilson, Nashville, Tenn.
James Tallmatige, Or. Memphis, Tenn.
TH& PNMsYLVANlA RAIL ROAD COMPANV
tVili not assume any risk for Baggage, except for Wear-
I ing apparel, nnd limit their responsibility to One Hon-
dred Dollars in value. All baggage exceeding that amour
in value, will be at the risk of the owner, unlecs taken,
by special contract
E. H. WILLIAMS' Gen'i Superintendent Altoona Pa
HKNRY W G WINNER Gen'l Ticket Acrent Phila
H H HOUSTON Gen'l Freight Agent Phila.
Notice of Bridge and S tone Work.
"VrOTICE is hefeby given that the'following
IA jobs q.f Bridge and Stone Work will be
let by the Commissioners of Wyandot county
to the lowest respectable bidder, at the times
and places hefeafter mentioned, to-WiH-'- ' '
. The job of building a bridge over the Ban
dusky River, on the Kilborn road, in Crane
township, on the 12th day of April, 1866, at
10 o'clock, a. tn.
! ALSO, the job of building Stone' Abutments
for said bridge at the same time and place.
The job of putting in timbers to keep the road
from washing near where the road crosses the
river, on the township line, between the town
Bhlpa of Antrim atld Pitt, oil the 16th day of
April, 1866, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
The job of building a bridge across the San
dusky River, on ttie county road near Samuel
Myers' farm, in Pitt township, on the l4tn day
of April, lc66, at 10 o'clock, h, m
ALSO the job of building Stone Abutments
for said bridge, at the same time and place.
The Commissioners have obtained control of
and adopted the plan of tlie Juukins Bridge,
and builders are referred to "model and specifi
cations on file at the Auditor's office. t
Competition is opeh to all mechanics inter
ested, 'without charge for patent. .
- Masons in bidding for the stone work at
either place, are requested to state in their bid
respectively the price for furnishing the stone
and hecessary material and buildingsald abut
ments per perch of twenty-five feet, measured
in the WalL. ; Also the price of laying up the
atone per perch of the same measure, atone and
materials found.
- Style of work to be done, and stone to be
used similar to the abutments to the Carter's
Mill Bridge. , v . . . : : -
By order of the Commissioners,
- HENRY A. HOYT.
: i Match 15. C6. 4t. Aud. W, 0. 0.
. jo THE LADIES T
E,I L L fN E It Y !
MILLINER ATD DRESS-MAKER will
promptly attend to. all work entrusted to
her care. She has all the latest styles and pat
terns, and will do work ia a manner that will
please the mast fastidious. 1
Bonnets and Dresses made to order, io tie
most fashionable manner, on short notice.
Straw and Silk Bonnets done up to please.
- Rooms t her father's residence, on Sev
enth street, near Railway Do pot
Up. Sandusky, March J5, lc6C. tf.
DR. OSBOKN S GOLDEN OINTMENT.
A fresU supply just received and for
ale at . AYBES & BRUNNER'S.
No. 2 McKelly's Block,
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