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THE iptfRRYSBURG JOURNAL.' f-
fJIcason's Pictorial for the year 1855.
MM. HALLO U, who has edited the " Fieto-
rial" from tho commencement, having
bought out tke Iato proprietor, Mr. F. Gleasun,
will conduct this popular und widely circulated
paper on his own account. 'J he new volume will
radically improved in every respect, and will lie
oublished on finer paper than ever before, v. Inch
(u:ility will be continued henceforth without
change. Many new and popular features will at
once bo introduced, and the literary department
will present an array of talent anil interebt beyond
Hntliing it lias before attempted. 'J heillustrations
will be liner, and by better ai tiststhan have before
b engag ed upon the paper, and altogether the
publication v ill be vastly improved and beautified.
Arrangement.-: have been made-for representing,
during tin; year, views i t the most notable build
i'.iirs and loealitii s throughout the United States,
ai well as irivinir likenes.u.- of the most prominent
characters, male and female, of artists und men of
','niiis. piii'li a lin ve by their own industry and skill
made fur themselves a fortune and a name. In ad
dition to these, various notable i.uropeun scenes
and occurrences will also be g'ven from week to
wreek, forming a brilliant illustrated journal.
Tkh.ms: Invakuhly in Advance.
1 subscriber, one vear, - $3.00
4 .. 10.00
:2rAiiy peron sending sixteen Ftibsci ibers nt
the last rate, will n win tde 1 1th copy gram.
M. M. BALLOU, Pu'didicr and 1'nprittnr,
Cor. Treiuont & Br infield sts., Boston, Mass.
Ohio Cultivator for 1855.
HEMr-DY i.ou " H. m Timi..s. The dev
il, eath volume of tho Ohio Cultivator will com
loance Jan. 1st, ISIS. 1 he editors are resolved to
pare no pains to maintain the reputation and use
fulness of the paper; and with the benefit of ten
tears' experience, and much travel among the
finnerB of tho we-t, they believe that thev can
make the Cui.uvaiou for the coining year of more
idue to iM readers than ever before, and better
nduptcd fur the soil and climate, tuid productions
of the region t.r u iiieh it is eiesineu, tlian any
other paper ol the kind.
Asa AV-..-.7 ' '. " Had Times," the Ohio Cul
fivator will aim to impart hnowlee'ee of improved
methods of cult ivutioii, how to avoid losses by
drouth, injurious insects, Sic, the most profitable
hinds of clops, best breeds of Mock, condition and
prospects of the markets, &(. In short, the paper
will be devoted to the interests of the Fai:m, the
SHOP, ami the Fi n k.sipk, and seek the elevation
Linoii in all its legitimate interests; opposing
quackery and humbug in all their forms, and tilling
uic noble station of a true Home Paper of the West.
The Ohio Cultivator is tiblished on the 1st and
15th of every month Hi large octavo pages, with
title pa;TC and index at the end of the year, making
a volume of .' ffr I pages, for binding.
Ttiihis. Single subscriptions $1 a vear. Four
nnics fur $'(. Nino copies fori'!; and the same
price cents each) for any larger number. All
tuhscriptions to be paid in advance, and to com
mence with the year. Persons sending clubs, may
have them directed to different offices if they choose;
and those having sent a smaller number, may after
wards increase to nine or more, nt club rates. To
anv person sending us a club of nine mb-ci ibers
mid $(!, we will send, as a premium, a package
choice setas, nine or more varieties, post paid, or
complete volume tor any previous year, m paper
.over. Address IJA il'.UAM iV HAKUIS,
Dec. 2.'-3!jw3 Columbus, Ohio
The State of Ohio vs. John Noel.
SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an execution
to mo directed from the probate court of Wood
county, Ohio, I will sell at the residence of the de
lendauf. in Troy township, raid county, about five
tons of hav in t!io mow, on the 5th day of January,
H55, between the hours of one and three p. m.
W. L.COOK, Sheriff.
Dec. 23, 1S51. 39w2$l
Ilollistcr Si Furey vs. Jesse Huff.
SHEIUFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of ex
ecution to me directed from the court of com
mon pl.sas of Wood county, Ohio, I will offer for
sala at the door of the court house in taid county,
in Saturday, the 27th day of January, A.I). 1855,
between tho hours of 10 o'clock A.M. and 1 P.M.
of said day, the following described tenements,
situate in said county, to wit: Tho weft half
f ho n'orth west fractional quarter of section num
ber thirty, (30) of township number six (0) north,
of range number ten (10) east, the fame having
been taken in execution cs the property cf said
defendant at suit of said plaintiffs.
W. L. COOK, Sheriff.
James Murray, Att'y Ptfls.
Dec. 23, 1851. 0!)w5,2.:?5
' Gideon Cornell vs. Jacob Dull et al.
SHEKIFF'tf SALE. Hy virtue of an execution
to me directed from the court of common pleas
r.f Wood county, Ohio, in the above cause, I will
ell at public auction at the door of the court house
in PerryEburg, on Monday, the 22d day of Janua
ry, 1855, between the hours of one and two o'clock
p". m.,thc follow ing lands and tenements in Wood
county, Ohio, to wit: The north half of the north
west quarter of section six, in township four north,
of range nine east ; and the south half of the north
nst quarter of section thirty-two, in towiishipfive
north, of range nine east.
Wv It. COOK, Sheriff.
Dee. 23, 1351. 39 w5$ 2
. The Zouaves. Who and what are
Zouaves? asks the reader of the war" news
from the Crimea. The Zouaves are natives
of the French provinces of Algiers, disci
plined and exercised by French officers, and
now forming part of the French contingent
employed hi the Crimea and the siege ol
Subustopol. They hold exactly the same re
lation to the French army that thu Sepoys
in India have to tlm regular British troops.
When Machaon, the Greek physician, was
slain, Homer sai.1 of him, " a good physician
is worth us much as a whole army." Then
a good medicine like Aycr's Cathartic Pills,
is worth a great deal more, because it cures
as well, works wider, and lasts longer. The
circle of the b.;st physician's labor must be
narrow, while such a remedy is available to
ail can be had by every body, and is worth
Ktiiirht, iidm r, vs. I'eter Fisher et at.
BY virtue ot an execution to me delivered from
the court of common pleas of Wood county,
Onio, 1 will bell at public auction, at the door oi
the court house in said county, on Friday, the 12th
day of January, A. 1). 155, between the hours of
1 and 2 o'clock l M., the following described real
estate, situated in Wood county, Ohio, to wit: The
north half of the east half of the northwest quarter
of section twelve, in township number five north, of
range twelve east, containing forty acres more or
less. Appraised ut $200. VV. L. COOK,
Dec. . 1851. 37 w6$ 1.88 Sheriff.
Wood Common Picas.
Alvah Gillet ti George Lusky
against In Attachment.
rTMlli defendant will take notice that plaintiffs, on
J. the 17th of October, 154, tiled a petition a-'ainst
him, setting forth, among other things, that defend
ant is indebted to them in the sum of ti. hundred
and twenty-live dollars, fraudulently contracted
while in thu employ of said plaintiffs as captain ot
the canal boat Weston, during the season of 1S51
and that unless he answers or demurs to said peti
tion on or before the first of February next, said
petition will be taken as confessed, and judgment
nail thereon accordingly. S. JE t l.KSON,
Dec. 2, 154. Utjwti$2.50 Atty for Pet'rs
lly Itoyal Letters Patent.
THE 11YDROM A.GEN, on Water Proof,
Anti-Uonsumptivc (JUHK o(JXiio,
MANUFACTUIlED II Y
Ii ARCOURT, BRADLEY & CO.,
41 Market-St., Manchester.
Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood Street, Cheapside,
Loudon, England. American Establishments,
Attn Street V 102 Xassau Street, Arte York, U.S.
rMHE Hydromagen is a valuable discovery for pro
JL tectiu the feet from damp or cold, and there
fore a preventative of many Lung diseases, without
any doctoring ichatever. T he lly dromagen is in the
form of a sole, and worn inside the boot or shoe.
Its medicated character is a powerful antidote
For Gentlemen it will be found agreeable, warm,
and healthy, to wear in the coldest or rainiest wea
ther, as the foot cannot become wet if the Hydrom
agen is inserted. Ladies may wear the lightest sol
ed boots or shoes in the most inclement wea
ther with impunity; while Consumption, so preva
lent among the young of our country, may
thwarted by their general adoption. They entirely
supersede over-shoes, as the latter cause the feet
perspire in a very unhealthy manner; and, besides,
are not dangerous to wear to pedestrians in
weather, like Indiarubhers. While the lattercause
the feet to appear extremely large, the Hydromagen,
being a mere thin slice of cork prepared, peculiarly
placed inside, does not increase the size of the boot,
or cause the foot to appear untidy. To Children
they are extremely valuable, as they may engage
exercise with comfort and healthy effects. Their
expense is so slight as to scarce need mention ; be
sides, those who patronize them will find their year
ly doctor's bills much diminished thereby.
As the Hydromagen is becoming more known,
sale is increasing to an almost incredible extent.
Lastycar in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Liv
erpool, Glasgow, Leeds, Dublin, Taris. Antwerp,
Hamburg, and Berlin, our sales reached 1,732
pairs of Cork Soles. This year the number willfar
Ask tho Faculty their opinion of their value a3
.n...i.t!..n f , .ni I'll . f r 1 . 1 j T1fnnfli!tiu A . Il tvi
Men's Size, per pair, 35 Cknts.
Ladies' do do 30 do
Boys' Si Misses' 25 do
Notice. From the Retail Frieeswemakeavery
liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers,
that any storekeeper may make a fine profit on their
sale, while they are an article that may be kept
any store, among any class of goods.
For terms, apply to
IIARCOURT, BRADLEY k CO..
38 Ann Street, New York.
Perrysburg Prices Current. :
Wheat, Sl.506fil.76; Flour $y.10; Hye, G0a75;
Corn, 37((50; Oats 2531 ; Flaxseed K7$1.00;
Timothy, $1.502,00; Clover $3.005.50; Pota
toes 5U75 ; Apples, green, 50GJ$ 1.00, dried, $1.25
to 1.50; lieans,SI.2o&l.50; Uutter 12(018; Eggs,
10 to 12; Beeswax, 22 to 2o; leathers, lil toll;
Fresh Pork, 3 to 3J ; Mess do., $10.00 to 12.00;
Prime, $8,00; Hams 810 ; Shoulders G to 8 ;
Sides G to (i; F ish, pickerel $G.00a7.00 ; white bass
$5.5O(rt5G.00; Shingles, white wood $1.00, pine
1:3.50(1.00; Staves, flour barrel $3.50 to 3.75, tight
barrel $5.506.00; Hides, green 34 to 4, dry 8 to 9 ;
Tallow 10 to 12: Lard8tol0; Wood$1.251.50 ;
Onions 50a75; Wool 2535 cts. Hogs 4 to 4Jc. -
FAS1IIONA BLE JIA TIER,
AM now in receipt of a full assortmentof spring
styles, as follows :
Beebe Si Co.'s Moleskin and Beaver ;
Genin's Moleskin ;
Leary St Co.'s Moleskin ;
Vlso, CAPS, Cloth, Silk and Glazed; and a full
assortment of Soft and Kossuth HATS, Fur and
All who find it troublesome to wear a new hat
in have one fitted perfectly to the head by our
which is the most perfect machine for that purpose
ever made mh 27 otf
100,000 Subscribers to the leading Magazines of the
NO HUMBUG NO LOTTERY BUT THE
MOST GRAND PROGRAMME OF PRES
ENTS EVER OFFERED TO THE
Read and decide for Yourself!
7 A Af( le presented to One Ilun-
w I U.UUU dred Thousand Subscribers to
i.irper s .Magazine, uodey s l.auy s Hook, uranam s
M.ignzine, Putnam's Monthly, Glcason's Drawing
Uoom Companion, or the Democratic Review. 1 he
regular subscription price to either ot these popular
Magazines is Three dollars per vear, which, if sent
to the undersigned, will secure to the sender either
if the above Magazines for one year, commencing
on tho iirst day of January, 1855, and if fortunate,
une of the" following PRESENTS, ranging from
$5,000 to $1. Tho Presents will be as follows, to
1.; A Cash present of - -
3. " "
1. 1 ' 41 -
7, 5 Presents of $100 each,
12. 200 "
13. 500 "
15. 1000 "
1G. 1000 "
17. 1000 "
IS. 10000 "
of Piano Fortes $300 each, J),0G0
of Gold Watches 100
of Gold Rings, 5
Gold Pens and cases, 5
15,401 Presents, amounting to
The person who orders either of the above Mag
azines from us subjects himself to no risk whatever
as the full value of his money, $3.00, is received
the Magazine alone, and is entitled and will receive,
upon receipt of the money (sent at our risk) to
numbered ticket to be used at the distribution
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 been disposed of.
The undersigned would impress upon persons de
sirous of embarking in this truly Magnifioent and
Wonderful Enterprise the necessity of sending
their orders at once," in order that we may perfect
our arrangements ana bring the .bnterprirfe to
speedy and happy termination, as we shall have the
distribution take place at a3 early a day as possible.
The Magazines will be promptly mailed to any ad
dress desired from the publication offices. Again
we would say, send in your orders early, designating
which ot the Magazines are ordered.
It may seem rather Incredulous that we should
undertake to supply the Magazines at the regular
subscription price and still attord to make so many
valuable Presents ; but we would remind the reader
of the old adage, that ' Union is Strength,' there
fore by combining the strength of One Hundred
Thousand subscribers to the popular Monthlies
tho day, and making a special contract with the
Publishers for a large number of 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 your order ?
As soon as the Presents are awarded, holders
Tickets will be promptly notified what Presents
they are entitled to, when'they should immediately
inform the undersigned how" they will have them
All orders should be plainly addressed
WILLIAMS Si SPRAGUE,
Fultonville, Montgomery Co., N. Y.
N. B. In order that there may be no error
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 plarnfy written upon it v W. h Bt
DR. J. NLEClILIt,
Office over J. AugustubHall'istore.
All work warrunted. dec5-30tf
n MIL partnership heretofore existing betw een E
A. Graham & Co., is this day dissolve
solved bv mutual
E. G It A 11 AM.'
Dissolution ol' Copartnership
i this day
Perrysburg, March 20, 1854
The business will hereafter be conducted by the
subscriber, at the old stand, where you will find a
very superior selection oi
Spring and Summer Coeds,
Cheaper than ever for Cash.
My stock embraces every variety of Dress Goods
and Trimmings; also uumeicLs jieets varjir:g i
price from a tid to $7 per yard. Loots ar,d fthoes
for men, women and children, for Sj ring ai d dim
mer wear; Summer Cloths, suitabie in quality and
price for men and boys. Our JJctinets canrot be
surpassed cither for beauty or Etjle ; nndourRibons
are just the thing to equip thtm with.
1 have also every variety of Hardware, for either
farmers, mechanics, or houecl.cld use.
In short, everything w hich anybody needs, can be
had here eitherc.'eap Goods. pretty Gouds,or good
Goodi. A nd if you only call, that is sufficient war-
rantfor a sale ; and every time you buy, the richer
you get 1 bo, spare not' the dimes elsew here, for
they will turn into shillings here. If you don t be
lieve it. try the experiment. E. GRAHAM.
Perrvsbu'-g, May 12, 1854. 10
THE WHOLE WORLD.
$300,000 worth of Gift?,
for the subscribers to the
MAMMOTH PICTOUIAL of the Whole
World, published simultaneously in the three
cities of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, a
soon as 300,000 subscriptions are cbtained; and
having already an rctual circulation of about 200,
0S0, it is now certtiin the distribution will soon take
jjlace. Among the extraordinary List of Gifts, (be
ing one for every ticket issued.) are
Prof. Hart's Elegant Country fccat, valued
at , . $25,000
A Magnificent City Residence, worth 17,000
A Cash Loan forlOOyears without interest
or security, 10,000
Building Lots, Elegant Piano Fortes, Me
lodeons, Gold Watcb.es, Bracelets, Rings,
Books of Travels in the Old and New
World, by Prof. Hart ; Rcul Estate, &c.
Sic, &c, in all numbering 300,000 Gifts,
valued at $300,000
Every single remittance of $1, secures one year's
subscription to tl-.a ilamuolA l'ietorial, &nl tbe trya-
iujij vi u xiunci, vvnii. il eiiiiues ene noiaer to
one share in the 300,000 Gifts. 'J hus every person
investing in this stupendous Enterprise receives the
full worth of his or her money, in subscription to a
first class journal, (the greatest and most interesting
Pictorial of the age,) besides a Gift for each sub
scription, which may prove an immense fortune to
For complete li3t of Gifts, and full and explicit
particulars in regard to the great Enterprise, Dis
tribution, Si v., see a copy of The Wjiojle World,
which will be promptly sent, free of charge, where
desired by letter, post paid.
The Whole World may also be seen at the offices
of all papers containing this advertisement, where
information may be obtained in regard to the paper
Agents, Postmasters and Ladies, desirous of lu
crative and at the same time genteel employment,
should not fail to see a copy of The Whole World,
w hich contains by far the most liberal inducements
ever offered to agents in the way of immense cash
premiums, gifts, commissions, &c, whereby any per
son, with ordinary activity, can easily make $1,000
and upwards, per year ; to which fact the agents we
already have con certify. Secure the Pictorial, and
become wise, rich and happy.
Correspondents must write their address Name,
Postoffice, County and State, plain and distinct, or
it will be their own fault if they fail to get an an
swer. Adhere to this, and all returns will be prompt
ly sent wherever desired, in any part of the w orld.
If any orders are received after the 300,000 sub
scribers are obtained, the money will be promptly
returned, post paid, to the persons 6endirg it.
All letters and remittances for the Pictciitil, uith
Gift Tickets, must invariably be addressed, poet
paid, to Prof. J. Woodman Hart, World's Hall,
Broadway. New York, there being the only office
for the Gift Enterprise.
But remittances fov the Pictorial withevt Gift
Tickets, may be sent to Prof J. Woodman Hart,
Hart's Buildings, Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.,
there being the principal editorial and publication
office. Oct. 14mG
THE TOLEDO BLADE has been enlarge
to the size of the largest dailies on the Laker.
Hereafter special exertions will be made to make it
authoritative on subjects of commerce, the market.,
and the news of the 'day. It daily publishesthe la
test Telegraphic news, and usually contains tbe
markets of Buffalo and New York of the day it is
Connected with the oflice.is a BINDERY, am
ply supplied with hands and machinery, which will
promptly execute any work demanded by the wants
of the country.
Subscriptions and work forthe Bindery received