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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL,
Newport Saff.ty Fund Bank Failed. A
dispatch from Cincinnati states that the
above bank has failed.
F. Prentice vs. Wm. Baker el ah
VTOTK'U i hereby given that, 1) virtue of a de
i cretal order to ine directed from the court of
oinmon pleas within and for the county of Wood,
Ohio, I will otter for sale at the door of tho court
house in Pemysburg, on the 21st day of November
next, between ihe hours of 10 A. M. nnd li P. M.,
tho following real estate, ns the property of Will
iam S. Wiihums, his interest beinc ono undivided
fourth of the whole ; and one undivided one-fourth
ot the whole, as tho property of the representatives
of IYU.t H. Lattimer, deceased, to w it : The undi
vid' d or.e-half of the lauds nnd Juts described us
follows, to wit: The- wert hah" of section three,!
town four, in the United States Reserve of t'.vehe
miles square at the foot of the rapids of the Miami
of L;J;e line, containing in all three hundred ninc-
txen finl .y(i-loo acres f'--:yt) ; the ninth-east j
u.irt'-vr if Hiji tion three, town l'mir, in the reserve
tlorcvuid, containing one hundred lifty-ninc ."Wi-IOOl
vrcs; the si)tilli-eat. quarter of section thirty-two
V-3"jS). fraction iwuhip right (r) north, of range j
twelve, containing one hundred and sixty acre? (110;: I
I n iML'i-vvet fractional tpmrter fraction 1 sec tion!
ttvo (-',, ti. n seven north, range tweive.-coi t.iii.ingi
ixt v-sevvn L'7-1 H acres ; the south half fractional!
fcectioii thirty-oim '51), fractional towrlii; eiht
north, range twelve, containing two hundred sixty
onn acresjind V t i -1 1 aetes; f tactienal section thirty-three
fy.'Jj, tov:i eight north, range 12, containing
four hundred nineteen ;;7-10(1 acres. Also, north
oart of fractional section tour, town ncven north.
range tvclte (1-', containing two hundred seventy-j
two anJ i- I'm acres.
JOHN I'.LPKK, Coroner and acting Sheriff.
October -M, H.VI. ;;uv;(.7'0
BAAKINU XOTIC;i:.--Tl!cVrryJ(Arr l'nuk
is now open and prepared to discount short
'bminss paper, buy cud tell Gold, Silver, and lla.t
'rn l.'auliai.ge, and transact other business in their
U;o. Interest paid on time deposits.
J. si. NORTON, Cashier.
Oct. 14. 1 -.".I. 20tf
T OTIC 11 is hereby given that I have been ap-
1 pointed and qualified as adtnini.itrator on the
rstato of Henry Miuightcrhaik, deceased, late of
Wood county, OUif. All persons having claims
against said estate are requested to present them,
. legally authenticated for settlement immediately,
and those indebted are required ta make immediate
payment. LYMAN I1NSM1NGER.
' Oct. 14, 18.M. 29w:i
Uy lloyul Letters Patent
THE HYDROMAGKN. or Water Proof,
Anti-Cyrujnpiivc T,0llK HOLES,
HARCOUKT, r.ylAULEY & CO.,
41 Market-Si., Manchester.
Princiyal Warthovse, IfrJ Wood Street, Cheapside,
' London, England. American Establishments, (
'AnnStnel 1 0"' Ijfassau Street, AV te York, U.S.
r pi in I Iyd; i magcjfi is a valuable discovery for pro
JL tecting the feet from damp or cold, and there
fore preventative of ni:t'iy Lung diseases, without
'iy uu-toring whatever, 'i he Ily droniagen is in the
form ot a nolo, aid worn inside the boot or shoe.
Its medlsalid character ii utowerful antidote to
for Gentlenen it w ill be found agreeable, warm,
tid healthy, t'J. wear in the coldest or rainiest wea
ther, as the fot cannot become wet if the Hydrom
gjn is itiKei tf d. Ladies may wear the lightest sol
1 boots or shoes in the most inclement wea
ther with inpunity ; while Consumption, so preva
lent anion,' tho young of our country, may be
thwarted bt, their general adoption. They entirely
supersede elver-shoes, as the latter cause the feet to
perspire a very unhealthy manner; and, besides,
m not dangerous to wear to pedestrians in icy
woather like India rubbers. While the latter cause
the feet Jto appear extremely large, the llvdrcmagen,
btdng a i mere thin slice of cork prepared, peculiarly
placed i Inside, does not increase the size ot the boot,
or causq,, the foot to appear untidy. To Children
hoy arj e extremely valuable, as they may ergnge in
erc:e ia with comfort and healthy effects. Their
pei. lS0 ja so slight ns to scarce need mention ; bc
ide those who patronize them will find their year
ly dctl',ctor' hills much diminished thereby.
tjthe Hydromagen is becoming more know n, its
ris increasing to an aimost incredible extent.
'"'(M.year in London, Manchester, Birmingham, I, iv
rI"jfy"l, Glasgow, Leeds, Dublin, Pari.'. Antwerp,
nburg, and Berlin, our sales reached 1 ,73?, 4."0
paif..g nf (jork Soles. This year the number will far
'ptask the Faculty their opinion of their value as a
VT .ventati ve for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Men's Sizk, per pair, n.j Cents.
Ladies' d do oO do
Boys' ft Misses' 25 do
Nq.rJtcr.. From the Retail Prices we make a very
lbera.1 allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers, to
Dat any storekeeper may mako a fine profit on their
ale, while they are an article that way be kept in
it store, among any class of goods.
' For terms, apiilv to
IIAKCOURT, BRADLEY & CO.,
33 Ana Street, New York..
8pt. 16. 25m3
'-T;i v- i . n- ' "
Anew nnd pintil.irly suecrssfid remedy for the
cure of all llilious diKcnses Costivcness, Indi
erostioii, Jaundice, Dropsy, Khwiniatisni, B'evers,
Gotxt, Humors, Nf rvousiies-,. Irritability, Inflamma
tions, Headache, I'ains in tho Breast, Side, Back,
and Limbs, lYmilc CoTriplaii ti, &c. kc. Indcetl,
very few are tin: diseases in which a Purgative Medi
cine is not monj or less required, and much sick
ness and sutt'cririg niis-ht be prevented, if a harm
less but effectual Cathartie wt re more fiecly used.
No person can fc-1 well while a costive habit of
body prcvuifa ; besides It soon gencralcn si vious and
often f;it;.l diseases, which might have lieen avoided
by the timely and judicious u:.e of a good purg-.itive.
This is alike tvue of CokK Feverish sytaptotiiH, and
Bilious derangements. They all tend" to become or
produce the tleep seated and formidable, distempers
which load the hoaraej all over tho land. Heme a
reliable family physio is of the first importance to
the public, health, and this i'ill has been perfected
with consummate skill to meet that demand. An
extensive trial of its virtues by I hysieians, Profes
sor:!, and Patients, has shown rcsuUs surpassing
any thing hitherto krown of any medicine. Cures
have been effected beyond belie!', were they not sub
stanliated by persons of such exalted position and
character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Among the many eminent gentlemen who have
testified in favor of these Pills, we may mention :
Dk. A. A. ILvyks, Analytical Chemist, of Boston,
and State Assayer of Massachusetts, whose high
professional character is endorsed by th
Hon. F.mvAitu Kvehktt, Senator of tho U. S.
Boburx C. WiNTUiior, Ex-Speaker of the House
AitBotT Lawjikvck, Minister I'kn. to England,
f John B. I'itzpatujck, Cath. BL.hop of Boston.
Also, I) it. J. R. Chilton, Practical Chemist, of
New York City, endorsed by
Hon. V. L. Maucy, Secretary of State.
Wm. B. Astoii, the richest man in America.
S. Leland it Co., Propr's of the Metropolitan
Hotel, and others.
Did space permit, we could give manv hundred
certificates, from all parts where the Pills have
been used, but evidence even more convincing than
the experience of eminent public men is found in
their effects upon trial.
These Pills, the result of long investigation and
study, are offered to the public as the best and
most complete which the present state of medical
science can afford. They ore compounded not of
tho drugs themselves, Lot of the medicinal virtues
only of Vegetable remedies, extracted by chemical
process in a state cf purity, and combined together
in such a manner as to ii:s:irc the best results. This
system of composition for medicines has been found
in tho Cherry Pectoral nnd Fills both, to produce a
more efficient remedy tha.i had hitherto been ob
tained by any process. Tbe reason is perfectly ob
vious. V lule by the old mode of composition, every
medicine is burdened with more or less cf acri
monious and injurious qualities, by this each indi
vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative
effect is present. All the inert and obnoxious qual
ities of each substance employed are left behind, the
curative virtues only being retained. Hence it is
self-evident the eifects should prove as they have
proved more purely remedial, and the Fills a surer,
more powerful antidote to dicusc than any other
medicine known to the world.
As it is frequently expedient that my medicine
should be taken under the counsel tf an attending
Physician, and as he could not properly judge of a
remedy without knowing its composit'iun, I have
supplied the accurate Formula by which both my
Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of
Practitioners in the United States and British Amer
ican Provinces. If, however, there bhould be any
one who has not received them, they will be
promptly forwarded by mail to bis address.
Of all the Patent Medicines that are offered, how
few would be taken if their composition was known !
Their life consists in their mystery. I have no
The composition of my preparations is laid open
to all men, and all who are competent to judgo on
the subject freely acknowledge their convictions of
their intrinsic merits. The Cherry Pectoral was
pronounced by scientific men to be a wonderful
medicine before its effects were known. Many em
inent Physicians have declared the same thing of
rny Pills, and even more confidently, and are will
ing to certify that their anticipations were more
thi-n realised" by their effects upon trial.
They operate by their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
into healthy action remove the obstructions of
the stomach, bowels, liver, t:nd other organs of the
body, restoring their irregular action to health, and
by correctim;, wherever they exist, such derange
ments as ;je the lirst origin of disease.
Being sugar wrapped they or:; pleasant to tke,
and being purely vegetable, ho harm can arise from
their use hi ttnv quantity.
For ruinu to directions, see wrapper on the Box.
JAMES C. AYE K,
i'raciica! ami Analytical Chemist,
Tries 25 Cents per tcx. Fiva oxss for SL
.1 S0M BY
E. B. ?CK, Ferrjbburg, Ohlp.
Perrysburg Price Current.
Wheat, $1.601.75; Flour $8.9.00; Rye,50a75;
Corn, 3750; Oats 25(0531; Flaxseed &7$1.00;
Uimothy, $1.5002,00; Clover $4.00(7?t.50 ; Pota
toes 5075; Apples, green, SO&Sl.OO, dried. 1.25
to 1.50; Beans, . 1.25 1.50; Butter 3218; Fggs,
X to 10; Beeswax, 22 to 25; Feathers, 31 to 44;
Fresh Pork, 4 to 4 ; Mexs do., $10.00 to 12.00;
Prime, .-$8,00; Hams 810 : Shoulders R to a
Sid is (J to (i; Fish, pickerel S6.00a7.00; white baas
S5.5 )(?f (!.()() ; Shindies, whituwood 41. on. Til no
$3..!t4.O0; Staves, Hour barrel $3.50to3.75, tight
barrel $5.50(??0.00; Hides, green 4 to 5, dry8to0;
Tallow 10 to 12 ; Lard 8to 10 ; Wood $1.251.50 ;
Onions 50a75; Wool 25fi-35 cts. Hogs 4 to4Jc.
FA X1U UNA LILl) 11 A TTER,
I AM now in receipt of a full assortment of spring
styles, as follows :
Beebe iz Co.'s Moleskin and Beaver ;
Oeuiu'.s Moleskin ;
Learv & Co.'s Moleskin;
Also, CAPS, Cloth, Silk and Glaed; and a foil
assortment of Soft and Kossuth HATS, Fur and
All who find it troublesome to tvpnr .a now Vinf
can have one fitted perfectly to the head by our
which is the most perfect machine for that purpose
sver made. rah 27 3tf
WAITED ! ! !
100,000 Subscribers to the leading Magazines of the
NtO HUMBUG NO LOTTERY BUT THE
MOST (ill. A ND PROGRAMME OF PRES
ENTS EVER OFFERED TO THE
Read and decide for Yourself!
V,iil 1,e l)reented ne Ilun
W "jvmJ- dred Thousand Subscribers to
Harper's Magazine, Godey's Lady's Book, Graham's
Magazine, Putnam's Monthly, Gleason's Drawing
Room Companion, or the Democratic Review. The
regular subscription price to either of these popular
Magazines is Three dollars per year, which, if sent
to the undersigned, will secure to the sender either
f the above Magazines for one year, commencing
on tho first day of January, 1855, and if fortunate,
one of the following PRESENTS, ranging from
$5,000 to $1. The Presents will be a3 follows, to
1. A Cash present of
7. 5 Presents of $100 each.
11. 100 "
12. 200 "
1,-,. 1000 '
15. 1(0:0 "
of Piano Fortes $300 each, 9,000
of Gold Watches 100
of Gold Rings,
Gold Pens and case3
15,1 '1 Presents, amounting to $70,000
The person who orders either of the above Mag
azines from us subjects himself to no risk whatever I
as tbe full value ot his money, 3.00, w received in
the Magazine alone, and is entitled and will receive,
upon receipt of the money (sent at our risk to a
numbered ticket to be used at the distribution of
Presents, which we are now confident will take place
as early as the first day of January next. The Pre
sents will be put into the hands of a responsible
Committee appointed by the subscribers themselves
after the tickets have all bean disposed of.
The undersigned would impress upon persons de
sirous of embarking in this truly Magnificent and
Wonderful Enterprise the necessity of sending on
their orders at once, in order that we may perfect
our arrangements and bring the Enterprise to a
speedy anil happy termination, as we shall have the
distribution take place at as early a day as possible.
The Magazines will be promptly mailed to any ad-'
dress desired from the publication offices. Agaia.
tee would say, send in your orders early, designating
which of the Magazines are ordered.
It may seem rather incredulous that wo should
undertake to supply the Magazines at the regular
subscription price a'nd still afford to make so many
valuable Presents ; but we would remind the reader
of tho old adage, that ' Uniox is Sthenuth.' there
fore by combining the strength of One Hundred
Thousand subscribers to the popular Monthlies of
the dav, and making a special contract with the
Publishers for a large numberof their publications,
we are enabled to do what we propose. This is the
secret of our Enterprise. Do you think well of the
project ? Will you give us yo jr order ?
As soon as the Presents are awarded, holders of
Tickets will be promptly notified what Presents
they aro entitled to, when they should immediately
infvrm the undersigned how they will have them
All orders should 1 plainly addressed
W4LLLVMS & SPRAGUE.
Fultonville, Montgomery Co., N. Y.
N. B. Tn order that there may be no error In
mailing tickets from us, we would suggest the pro
priety of persons who may favor us with their or
ders, that they send a pre-paid envelope with their
address plainly written upon it. W. & B.
DR. J. BLECHER,
Office over J. Augustus HalPEstore.
All work warranted. deco-39tf
T Dissolution of Copartnership.
HE partnership heretofore existing between E.
Graham & Co., is this day dissolved by mutual
Perrysburg, March 20, 1S54.
The business will hereafter be conducted by the
subscriber, at the old stand, where you will find a
very superior selection of
Spring and Summer Goods
Cheaper than ever for Cash.
My stock embraces every variety of Dress Goods
and Irimmaigs; also numerous pieces varvinir in
price from a (id to $7 per yard. Boots and Shoe
tor men, women and children, for Spring and Sum
mer wear; Summer Cloths, suitable in quality and
price for mrfn and boys. Our Bonnets cannot be
surpassed either for beauty or style ; andour Ribow
are just the thing to equip them with.
I have also every variety of Hardware, for either
tanners, mechanics, or household use.
In short, everything which anybody needs, can be
had here eitherciwj Goods, pretty Goods, or good
Goods. And if you only call, that is sufficient war
rant for a sale ; and every time ou buy, the richer
you get ! So, spare not the dimes elsewhere, for
they will turn into shillings here. If you don't be
lieve it. try the experiment. E. GRAII1M
Perrysburg, May 12, 1354. 10
23J THE CIIEST.r
SIR ASTLEY COOPER, BART., M.D.,
THE EMINENT MEDICAL PRACTITIONER, HAS LETT A
VALUABLE LEGACY TO THE WOFLD IN His
Great Preventative of Consumption,
UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONARY
Without the use of Medicine.
Sir A. C., Bart, invented and advised the use of tbe
MEDICATED FUR CHEST PROTECTOR,
TO all persons of all nges and conditions, as a
certain and a safe shield against those fearful
diseases. Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs,
Colds, and other afflictions of the Lungs, which arise
from the exposed state of the chest, according to
fashion, and the continual changes of our climate.
" The Protector" is simply a chemically prepared
fur, lined with silk and padded, which, suspended
from the neck, covers the chest, in so agreeable a
manner that, ence worn, it becomes a necessity and
a com fort.
" The Protector," although but recently introdu
ced into America, is making rapid progress through
the United States, the Canadas, South America, and
the West Indies. It has for a long time been a sta
ple article in Flngland and on the continent of Eu
rope, while it has grown in many countries to the
position of an article of dress.
To demonstrate these fact3 enquire cf any English
resident in your vicinity of h's knowledge of tht
beneficial effects of wearing the Protector, without
recourse to doctoring of any kind. The cost of
wearing these articles is a mere trifle, and one will
last some years. No one who values the health of
himself or his family will be without them. The
Hospitals in this country are not alone recommend
ing them, but rapidly introducing them. Harcourt,
Bradley & Co., of London, and Manchester, Eng
land, were originally entrusted with the manufacture
of the Protectors, by the lamented Dr. Cooper, and
continue to manufacture according to Aw original
instructions, and therefore recommend those who
would wear ' The Protectors," to see to their being
Rememdek, this is a staple article, and no Patent
RETAIL PKICES. j
Gent'sSize, - $1.50 each.
Ladies' do - - 1.00 do.
Boys' & Misses do. . 75 do.
HARCOURT. BRADLEY & CO.,
33 Ann street; & 102 Nassau street, New York.
Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood-street, Cheapside,
London. Manv factory, 41 Market-street. Man
II. B. & .irn ta.Mw!i!rira Tzinj n. .1
'--"""" ivi mo P1 ITS
Of " The Protector" in nil nnrra tf A m orina T,,
sicians, Surgeons, Druggists, Clothiers, Dry Goods
I V. ,. A . 11., 3 ..-II- ,
jivn.nui.i3, naiiers una .Manners, also uentlernen
whok-SiiJo and retail distribution of them, and to
whom most liberal terms are offered for their enter-
r)Ile. anil n. snhnr:M ninnrtnniiw nranu Urm
i ' 1 i - 1 J vyjv iiij ij lilt, ill kKT
safe and profitable business. For terms, apply to
u.iin,oLiu, liLVAuijt, x s ;u.,
133 Ann Street, New York, U. S.
Sept. 10, 1S5-L -2.1m3
STOTICE. At a session of Wood County Com-
a view and survey of a county road was ordered to
w-- wn viiu -till SJL WWlUUtl, lOUXg OU1U IUUU 1SJ
township 4 ransre 10 ; thence west on section line
be atfeoted thereby, aro hereby notified that the
nold Phillin on said dav. to lav out said road no..
cordingly. Sept. 9185 l.-24w4