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Prospectus of the Perrysburg Journal.
TOUT Ht!l. NOW IS tV IIM TO KtKllll
On the ninth day eC May, No. One of the Ninth Vol
ume of the rKKRYsBUKti JOURNAL" willlwissned
la aft a-nlargcd fom--rlvin; four columns additional
reading mutter, and making A twenty-eight Column pa
per, instead of twenty-four oolui as heretofoMi This
enlargement will be attended with an additional expense
to us of noiir two hundred dollars yer, but we believe
our efforts trill bo appreciated and Uio eirculaUou ot the
JOURN AL largely increased by doing hence we hare
detorminod to fire St a trial . We will here take occasion
to return to the ctfjsens of Wood county our thanks for
tho support given ua slnoe- wo hav Ukc charge of the
paper, and promise them that no efforts will be spared to
morH their confidence In the future. In return we shall
ask bur friouds throughout the county to load us a help
tng hand in extending the usefulness of the JOURNAL.
We d not prctend.nor can we reasonably be expected to en
ter into competition with the mammoth weeklies, in poiut
of sixe, but we do think, so far as ri'il mint is concerned,
that our paper Is the best for the people of our county tt
take. In order to aid our friends in increasiag the circula
tion of tho JOURNAL, we have concluded to issue thefol
lowing low. CLtBIULTESS
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to tho extra copy of the JOURNAL, any one of the three
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not paid before the expiration of the year.
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commence the new Volume with.
13TAll Clubs for Volume Nino must be sent to this
office prior to Mav 9, 1801, with the caul).
s . ' - JOHX W. BAILEY, Proprietor.
Military Meeting Friday Evening.
Agreeable to provious'nnnouiicement, a meeting of the
citizens of Perrysburg was convened at the Court House
m Friday evening last, to consider the alarming state of
the country, and take steps for the immediate organisa
tion of a military company. The meeting was called to
arderyandJ. F. Price chosen ns chairman. Mr. P. re
turned thanks for the honor thus conferred upon him 'and
briefly alluded to the taprlawe of tk occasion which
had called ns together. J. W. Uailey was then appnin
8.-eeehes were made by General XnrUui, lion. Asher
Cook, II. H. Dodge, J. K. Tyler, E. Graham. F. It. Mil
ler. Rev. J. Adams, James Ross aud others, showing the
importance of actum in this hour of national distress.
Tho flag op-our country had been insulted and trodden
under foot, not by a foreign foe, but by tliosc in our own
land wlwsc sworn duty it was to rally to its protection.
It had been strickcu at Fort Sumter, and tlicre was g od
ground tor believing that tlie design of the reln-ls was to
seize the Federal. Capitol. Our country now called for
our services. The great question w as that of liberty and
the perpetuity of our free .institutions. Those who were
not In favor of our government were its enemies. There
was nu half-way ground left'. The so-called Southern
Rights were nothing more or less than auarehy and bifih
trcaem. t Action must speak whether we treasure the
free and glorious institutions handed down to us by our
fathers. .The rebel enthusiasm for the support of tfie
oligarchy knew no bounds, and should our enthusiam for
free institutions be less? (Crica of "No no.") All l
litical issues were now sacrificed upon the attar of the
Union. Let the rallying cry then be, the t'uion t'ue Con-
Riimtion and the enforcement of the laws. Such in brief
were a few of the points touched upou by the speakers
Mi-. Dodge moved the appointment of a committee of
seven on resolutions. Messrs.- Dodge, Cook, Graham,
Way, Koss, Knoll and Strain, were appointed said com
mittee. After a few minutes absence the committee re
ported the following, which woro unanimously adopted:
lietoh-rtl. That the citizens of Wood enmity will stand
by the government of the country in any emergency, and
tha-t we pledge ourselves, our property and sacred honor
to the support of the government.
fianhvd, That we will ever be faithful to the families
of those who may fall in their country's service.
RetUeed, That we pledge ourselves to maintain the
faiiuljusftf those whose who shall volunteer in obedience
to the call of their country s present emergency.
Mr. ilottenbeck said he would guarantee $R per month
to the family of say person who was desirous of voluu
leering, but was -.u-evented from so doing for want of
proacr ni"ans for their support to continue during their
absence in their country's -service. Messrs. J. F. Price.
.asher t'ook, J. W. Koss. and several others agreed lo
do likewise. (Jen. Wni. Houston said he would contrib
ute support for two families sixteen dollars per month
Alter tho transaction of business connected with the im
mediate organization of a company, the meeting adjourn
ed to Saturday eveniug.
Fatuiiiay Evrsuni. The meeting re-assembled at
6 o'clock, when Mr. Tyler proceeded to call the roll 25
jnon answering to their names. Mr. T. informed the
members that the City Council had made an appropria
tion of $500,00 to defray the incidental expenses of the
c unpaay, and the first regular drill would take place on
Monday at 10 o'clock, afirr which those who had enroll-
1 themselves would be sworn in mid their pay com
mence. Ua arriving at Cleveland, e:icu member would
pass an examination, when, if found physically able, he
w ill be mustered iuto service, under the rules and regu
lations of the regular army. If rejected, he will be re
turned home at the expense of the State, and dr.iw u pay
for his time. Mr. T. then dwelt at some length upon the
importance of volunteers joining their own home com
panies principally from the fact that friends sod ac
Uaintenoes, in case of sickness or accident, were much
moro ready and willing to do a favor than a stranger.
Mr. J. Chappel, a soldier of the war of 1S12, being loud
ly called for, eaine forward aud took a seat by the Presi
dent's stand. Hy invitation of the President, Mr. Conk
responded in a patriotic manner to the sentiment: "the
volunteer of tho war of 1812;" and suggested to the la
dies, a number of whom were present, the propriety of
getting up a handsome banner for the volunteers of 1S61.
A loud call was then made for Mr. Chappel, and that
aged vetcrau aross aud recounted with fueling empha
sis his past experience in the service of his country.
His grimd-father and father both fought in the revolu
tion; he had experienced some very hard trials iu the
war of 1812, and thanked (iod, to-day, that he had a son
now to take his place in the war of 1861. Mr. ('., was
folldwed by Mr. Knoll and Dr. Dahlan, who made a few
appropriate remarks in the, German language. General
Norton observed that the time for action had now come,
and hoped to see our company full by the last if this
week. He bad ordered rue Oilead Worth Uuords to gat
ready for ervics immediately, and ha wished to be ready
to meo4 them in Cleveland at least by the nrs of next
week. At the conclusion of Mr. Norton's remarks, the
ladies gave three cheers for the volunteers, aud lin y in
turn gave three rnusinp cheers for the ladies of I'ei rys
burg and the Union. . The meuiiug then adjournod.
Coal Oil at Rocky Ford.
Wt were shown a sample of Coal Oil last week, by J.
h. Russell, taken from a well at Rocky Ford, in Bloom
township, thin, county, wbicti has the appearance,
with all the "smell," of the genuine article. Mr. R. in
forms us that boring has beenoramenced by an eastern
company, with very fair prospects. Tlis riglitof lare
tract of land bas already been secured for the purpose
cf "prospecting," sad vie shall not be surprised lo hear
loou of a regular oil fci cr in our own country.
ARMS: TO ARMS!
To the Freeman of Wood County.
Tnr'soidtry U dV In great peril -n lefcpt is be
ing made to subvert tho free Institutions uuder which
you Katre dwelt sr Wing hi sei-urtty and prosperity, aod
your "Country calls td-dsy for your ale!, f y" cannot
raise' company tu csoh township, join with otlicrs thst
are oianixing elscwherein the county. Tlte cuetny is
nearer your homes than you anticipate, Cincinnati may
soon Jocom -battle field , This is no tin' for snpmres.
The successes at Charleston, Harper's Ferry, Usltlmoi,
and in Korth Carorinia have tneourgfn! the enemy.
They believe the people of the North are coward's. Show
them that the blood of )mui fathers, wIk) left you the
priceless boon of liberty, Bows iu your veins. The tinie
has com to rikl If there is ns rospnse tn the osll of
your country, no longer shall the "Stir Spangled Ban
ner wave over the land of the free and the home or the
brave I" Read the dlspathes in to-day's paper".
The Schooner Ben Franklin.
Is at the Suck receiving a load of, corn, This is the
lei-oad boat.vf tlie season. ;
Wo learn thst the patriotic citiiens of Webster town-
ship-bave organized a Company of volunteers, and are
now re&dv to march at an hours ntiro. AH honor to
the loval freeman of Webster.
Hon. James Murray.
Paid a flying visit home, last week. Ho reports grent
excitement at Columbus, ami says the city wears tho sp
pearance of a military camp. m He left again for the cap
ital on Monday evening.
Exemption for Volunteers.
The House of Representatives on Friday passed a bill
exempting the rt tl property of volunteers from sale un
ler execution, aud personal property from both levy and
salo while the volunteer is in the service of the United
States, and Tor sixty days after discharge from such scr
vice. This is a timely and patriotic movement.
Perrysburg on Time.
We learn as we go to press, that the Perrysburg Vol
unteer Company is near about full, and will go to Cleve
land, in a few days. The list for the enrollment of mem
bers was opened on Fridav.and the required number ( 7 5)
nearly nil obtained by Tuesday evening. However,
few moro will yet be taken, if application is made immc
diatoly. , We shall publish the names of tho Volunteers
in our next week's issue.
There are hundreds of people, iu our county who tvp'd
gladly take up arms for their country, but are prevented
tiv circumstances from leaving their homes for an indefin
ite neriod. Let such form themselves into a company
for home protection; There seems to be good ground
for believing that an attack may lie made on Cincinnati
in which case the home guard will be called upon to aid
in squelching an invading euvniy . Now that the traitors
have actually struck down the National Flag, other out
raires will only be secondary In importance. Lot ns be
preiiared to meet the enemr. We are glad to soe a move
mem is on foot, in PerrysHBrg, looking to an organization
ot tins Character.
Jjgf"Wo pithlish the following coumiuniciitiolion with
a degree of pleasure, as it puts to rest the supposjtuy
that Mr.Wescutt sy mpatliized ith the traitors. We niuy
aild in this cunaectiou that Miss Weseott aUodeuics the
charge which has been attached U her, relative to clup
piug 4ier hands and rejoicinc; hef'oru tho scholars, in the
school room, because of the fall of Fort Sumter:
A CAno. i-Mr. Kditor, 1 learn that some person or per
sons, influenced probably by 'partisan pr-.jtidiee, have
been busv iu eirenlatine a report thatl am a rc.iMi''.
and that I, as well as ui.v family, sympathize with the
trmtort now in arms against our oouutrv. Aow as to the
character of this rect, I hjvc notbiug to say tu those fa
miliarly acquainted with me: but for the information of
others I desire to say, thrtmgh your columns, that there-
port is utterly an-i utiqualihealy false. Ah to the lung
train of causes that have led to this unhappy controver
sy, men may liotwrilv diflerin ni'iiuoii; but when rebel
lion ts rampant in tho land, and civil war, with all its
horrors, has open uiauiratiil. when our Torts aiw as
saulted, our nronertv viundered and the very existence
of our government threatened, I hold that' it is the ini-
per ttve duty of all good cilirens to ignore all party dif
ferences and-rally to-the support f the gnverniueiit in
its eft; i ts of force t maintain tlie intej.'ritv, the rights, in
terest and safety of the country. Sucti are and such
have been my sentiments fully ex-pressed on nil suitable
occasions sentinieVitN heartily ooneurri'd In by all fnv
family. Hy inserting the above in your next issuo of tlie
Jmirnul. vou will much oblige, voui s respectful I v,
April 24th, '61. J. N. WESTCOTT.
Our Book Table.
HARPER'S MAGAZINE, May, 1861; Harper & Brothers,
This number completes the 22,1 volume of this valua
ble monthly magazine, and the publishers announce a
circulation of more than lOO.OOO copies. This speaks
well for thu popularity of Harper. The present number
is folly up to its predecessors in point of interest, illus
trations ond choice literature. Wc notice the commence
ment of a now novel by Anthony Trallopp, an author- of
great merit. ...Terms one copy two copies $5; three
or more opie. two dollars eiuiii.- . , ,. ,
Affain we say, have vou tried D. J. Do Land &. t'o.'s
Chemical Salur.itus'.' If uot, got a paper at onej and bo
ast'inislted at its happy results. . It is for sala by all re
liable wholesale and retail dealers and at wholesale by
the manufacturers, at Fairport, Monroe Co., N. V. For
sale by V. J. Hitchcock, Perrysburg, O., also at wlutle
sale by wholesale grocers in Toledo.
' X xroi.KoV, Henry county, 0 July 7, 1 .'ift.e
Dr. C. W. lioUACk-, Dear Sir: For the In-nelit of suf
fering humanity, permit us to announce through the col
umns of your circular, th - surprising properties of vour
Scandinavian lilood Purifier affil Ulood Pills, wiiieh'is a
sure cure for Indigestion and l.Tver Complaint. We have
several persons ill town who have b 'en suffering with
l.iver Complaint and Indigcstiisi, and notwithstaiuling
that we have as good phvsieiars as can be found in North
ern Ohio, yet the disease ballled their skill. Consequent
ly we were in a stale of desoirleiicv, until we comniene
tisiiif: your pills through an 1 by the advice of our friend,
Mr. llivniian. We used tli" medicine according to dii-ee-tior.s,
and are now full of life an 1 hilarity, and our grati
tude is equal to or improvement in health and spirits.
When we take into consideration what we have been and
what we are at pnjsenl, we feel like ch irping ourselves
of the sin of ingratitude, if we did not try to announce to
the public the great benetits of your medicine. There
lore recommend to the public at large, the expediency of
having recourse to your medicine, and consequently, as
in duty bound, disctiarginciiig what wc feel to be our du
ty, in advising persons who are suffering as wc hare suf
fered, to make use of the only tru.i and sure cure for th"
diseases already mentioned." Mrs. Uw in, Mrs. Hrennan,
Miss Heaton, Ci C. Sjielman.
See advertisement. 4Sv4
Tetter is a very troublesome eruption on the skin,
often aiiaekinir the' fare and hands. For this, all that is
necessary is to wash the part.s thoroughly from all dis
charge (if any should have accumulated,'! and apply
Dr. Weaver's Cerate freely a few times) snd the cure is
effected. One or two bottler will generally cure the
A lady in New Jersey says that h T hands and arms
were allccted with an ii'eufe tetter of long standing, and
it was spreading at the time slip romni.-need the use of
the medicine. She had the best medical treatment, snd
it did her no good. She stopped even-thing else snd
used but ouc bottle of Cerate, with some attention to diet,
and it perfectly euivd her, an I she is well yet.
It is sold by medicine dealers generally. ' 4Sw4
The following, from Messrs, (iage k Mather, prom
inent druggists of Sparta, gives further evidence of the
great popularity of our medicine,
Sri'itTA, Moiina co., Wis., July 7lh, 18eS.
Messrs. J. N. Harris fc Co. Gentlemen: It is w ith
pleasure that we speak a word in commendation of your
very valuable medicines, 'Perry Davis' Pain Kilirr.'and
Dr. Richardson's Sherry Wine Hitters.' Tliiy are of
great merit, aud already too well known to the public at
large to need any vory special notice from particular in
dividuals, The Paia Killer baa beeume a household
remedy all through the West, snd the Sherry Wine Kil
ters are superior to any biliers wo have ever mi with,
snd as they become known the demsnd increases, and
all f'.nd from their me satisfactory results.
Must resHepeofully, OAOK a MsTRRK.
Sold by Feok it Hamilton. . 8w4
New York. MARRIED,
On the 13th iost., by Rev. Jaaoi. Wilco. Freheric
Ssipiut sud Miss Mabt Goes, both of this county.
ily order of Maj. Gen. Norton, of flth Div. Ohio Militia,
I have ojt'iHd an oOice for the enlistment of Jtecmits, u
serve as voliinteers in the Service of the UuitedStats,
until such time as they shall be dicharged; or the needs'
aity of theiraervii-rs shall cease. Thft tnwdlnviit List
will be louud at the ore of Map H. H. Dodge, Perns-burg,
Obie. J. R. TVLtK, ItiuuiUno' Officer.
Metirnn .tfi I.lniirrmt.
From nob and pour. bi aad In, all Colors, grades.
and condition ef life, W$ti meed of praise is award
ed this wondorfvl artirVj Sores are healed, pama t4
lieved, lives saved, vl,h, animals mads useful, and
intold ill. assttsired by Jii remarkets mMiSne ror
'UM.brniwa. sprains, twsmatism. swelllmrs,bttea. strain-
ed horse. &c, it has twtqual anient liniments, ointment
r salves. It Is tne wtigukeepvr a and Urr'T a Irienu.
Weeks of illness aud of time in saved by an early
application nf Mustaar biniment. It should always be
on band, lie careful ';lioin y buy, and have it war
rrnl as ken'tin. M genuine will hereafter bear tho
siiniatnre of 11, . TSHOoit, ChemUt, and l. !.
Uaksks, Proprietor, WU the words "Trade" "Mark in
two medallions of the rJcrat curnry. Sold st J."cts..
SO cr. and tl.00 per Mle. bt all resr" aHe dealer
tbiooghont tho world, t 1). S. BARSK,
4tf"in2, ew Tor.
Dlpthent plptherin! !
For the cure of tint dreadful disease DiMheris -.
Perry Davis pain KUtr-ia a specific, if resorted to iu
tune. It should be Hfd nuted with water, as a garfle,
and the throat batlie.Uhh the la in Killertraely. Kvad
what lr, M altou "in, which is under dato of Xor.
28'h, 13o0, fi-i-m 'sWtion county, Ohio:
"1 am Iikmiv to infia you that tlie Paiu Killer euiw
this new disoasfi Dibtria or Sore Throat, that is pre
vailing to so aWniiii au extent iu this section ef tho
country. On Waluut Creek, Holmes countv, they use
Scarcely any other rtely, and it has never been known
to fail in a aiuglo instance. This fact should be made
known to tlie world."
Letters of s aimiut nature are daily received. The
l'aiu!Killer should Uin every house.
Sold by Peek t Kunillon, Terrysburg, and by all
Medicine Dealers. ,
MoUrs, rend this.
The following is siextrart from a letter written by the
pastor of a Baptist rteh to the "Journal and Messen
ger," Cincinnati, OK, anil spesks volumes iu favor of
mat workl-renowneontxiicme M as. w I nslo w s SOOTH -
isti SvKrr ron chiidrk tkktiiivo:
"Wo see an advertisement In your Columns of Mrs.
Wins-low's Soothing Syr.ip. Now we never said a word
in favor of a patent aidicine before in our life, but we
feel compelled to ssr to our roarera. that this is no ham-
bug jHHAvrrsm it aud ivow it to br tt. it
n.Ait. It is. probrtly, one of the most successful ml
icines of the day, beue it is one of the best and those
ol your readers whokave bsbie can't do better than to
lay in a supply. 491y.
" SPECIAL NOTICES.
1) F, P.
1 e PARK PRICKLY TLASTKRS.
They Impart ?(rength they Amiihilate Tain.
T1kd delightful plasters yield readily
Park's to tlwqation uf thu body, absorb perspf
Patent ratiis and throw off" all the ollbn.sivo
Porus , coa pasted impurities of the system,
Prickly The; should be used for all Chronic
Plasters Paiiu Faintness. Dyspepsia, Colds, Con
Are 'sunil on, Kheumatism, Female Weak
Sold jnessldc. They retsiu their active prop
Uy all lertiJwhen other Plasters are useless.and
Dealers jwlij, applied pain cannot exist. Kvery
From I fa if,, should have them. Ono size on
ltol'-j clot, three sizes on leather. Sample sent
Xliuies. bvla.il, on receipt nf 25 rents.
li. S HARXES, la A 15 Park Row.S. Y.
1 1 on. Dons I'enivinn Jteruu
('lire so mam diseases apparently dissimilar ? When
ever the mind iii'xcd more than the body, the penalty is
Dyspepsia, the iiost conveuieut name tor a legion ot com
plaints, begimiiK with impaired digestion, and generally
cri'ting in t. otissnptioD, ami all ongtiiattng in a detenu
ration of the Utd.
Mm the Rev. Dr. Orccnlesf.
Cincinnati, October 12, ISM.
I have dorivel so much personal benefit from the ' Pe
ruvian Svrtip.' that I do uot hesitate to recommend its
use to all thattrge class of cases, wb'ie iron is the efh
eicnt reiiK-dv. I 'io cbiruvnieu csiwciallv. aud nelsons
whose occupitjais tar lies viry the nervous enurgies, or
to suuerers tnt the Oebilitatuig ettactsov summur beats
i believe tlni If Liu au uivaluulilo remctlial agent.
T P. H. UKKENLKAF,
Rector of St. I'aul'sChiirch.
"PrrI'VI as 8 VRfP" is a solution of Protoxide of Iron,
a new discon-iy in medicine, and strikes at the root of
disease bv prisuciiiK bealthv bliHsl, the source ol all vi
l.ilitv in huiiaa organism. For sale by alt druggists
Agents for L-rrysburg, Peck it Hamilton. 4Hwi
T M P () RT ANT T O F K MALES!
1 CHUKSKMANS PILLS.
Preiian'd b! Cornelius Chcesemati. M. I). New York City,
The eoiiiiiwition of ingredient in these Pills are tlie
result of a lg and extensive practiee. The-are mild
in their otndtion. mid certain in correcting all irregular
itii's. nainlii Menstruations, removing all obstructions
whether fr-4 cold or otherwise; headache, pain the side,
palpitation it the heart, whites, all nervous alrections
hysterics, Uigue, pain the DacKanu limns, Ar., disturb
eil sice)!, wiicli arrie from interruption of nature.
To .Maub.ii Laiuks. Dr. CheesemaH's Pills are in
valuable, H'they will bring on the monthly period with
regularity. " omeii wlio have fa-en ilisappomted in the
use ol nthc I His can place the utmost commence in I'r
t'heesemais i'ills doing sll they represent to do.
XnTic-l.-Tliere is one eomlilion iu the femalu system
in which to Pills cannot lie taken w ithout producing a
IMXI'I.I AH wi i.t. The condition referred to is HtKONAX-
cv and tb result. misoarmi auk. Such is the irresisti
ble tondeiiy of the ine.lieine to restore the sexual func
tions to a .oi-ilial condition, that even the reproductive
power of atniv cannot resist it.
Warrarid purely vegetable and free from anything
iniui'ious. J-.xiilicit directions, winch should he read, sc
eoiiipanv ach liox. Price $1. Sent by mail on enclos
ing $1 to r. Cornelius L. Clicesem.m, box 4,0ol, Post
olhee, e' .1 ork .v. ily .
J'.!-'-Sid by one Druggist in every town in tho V. S
. ' H. 11. HI TCillNS,
(JcsY.il Agent for the V. S., No. M Ilroadway,
To whouull orders should be addressed.
Fit sal br 1'BtK a Hamilton, Perrysburg, 42-ly
mis. WINS LOW.
Au eperienced Nurse and Female Physician, pre-.
-jvnts to the attention of mothers, her
S3 0 T II I N G SYRUP,
for ciiii.ntiKN Ti:rriusu,
whin 'greatly facilitates the roci ss of leetliing.bv
Koltoing tho gums, reducing all inflammation will
alla. uli pain and spasmodic action, and is
SUHK TO HEtjfl.AfE TIIR DOWELS.
Depdd upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yonr
- selves, and
REBIF AKD HKAI.TII TO TOUH INFANTS.
Irfot only relieves tho child from pain, but invig
orate the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity. and
givt tone and energy to the whole system. It will
aliifl instantly relievo
CRirjNO IN Tltn BOWri.R, AND WIND COI.1C
an i'vercoiu-j convnlsinns, which, if not speedily re
in Jied, en 1 in death. Wc bulievo it the best'and
sue.-t n-m-'dy in the world, iu all rasea of Dy sen
tori and Diarrhoya in children," hrtlier it arises from
tetjiing, or from any other cause. We would say
to.very mother who has a child sulTeriiig from any
oldie foregoing complaints-do uot let your preju-ils-s,
nor the preii(!ii:es of others, slanj between
vn au-lyour suit-ring child, and the relief that will
lihiue yes. absoluU-ly sure to follow the use of
tits m.-diciii", if timely tiscl. Full directions for
iijng will accompany each liottlo. None Kcnuino
uless thu. lac simile of Cl'KTlS i. PEKK1NS,
lew-York, ,is on tin- outside wrapper,
Sold by si! Druggists and Dealers iu Medicines
' I Wood county.
I Principal Office, I j Cedar strcel, N. Y.
fRlCK ONLY Si,') UKNIS rKLt UOl'lLE.
! April, lfl -s'Jly.
. lOCKT OF COMMON PLEAS, WOOD CO.
Alphonso Tuft vs JiihiHi. Win thington and Eliza
j beth Worthington.
- The defendants John (i. Wurthington snd Eliza-in-th
Worthington will take notice that on the I9th
ilay nf March, 111, the plaintiff Alphonso Taft tiled
this petition against said defendants is the Court of
Common Pleas within and for the county of Wood,
, and stale of Ohio, w hich isslill jtf-uding therein and
mat, in nojeci ana pr.ivcr oi sain riHionis to on-
tain ajudgin-nt against said defeii-Unts John (i. I
j Woi tliuiL-ton for the sum of flTti with ths interest '
j tlicreon tioin UctoDer istn, ls; uing the atuouut
' due said plaintifT uion the two prvuiisary nots of
said defendant both dated "Cinciutiati,Octicrl2ili,
18j8,''andacb for tlie payroeutof 532 w iili iutoreat
from date, one in one year and tbe other in eiahhn-n
months a Iter date, audaUo to obtain so order for the
sate of the followinj dvscribed premises mortgaged
' by said defeudants to skid ptaiotuT to secure tb
' payment of the nous ufisvsnd, viz: all those oer
' uin loU or parcels of land situaie, lying and being
in Wood county, Ohio, aud known and described as
out -lots numbers 243 & 26 1 in the new survey of
out-lots in ths City of Pinrrysburg, io said county,
and for the spplicatioo ofjbe proceeds aruing from
tne sale of said pri-misus to the payment of th
amount due mil plaintiff upon tb notes afiretiaid.
Said d feuJaiiln will alsolaka notice that unlesa
they answer jaid petition on or before tb 25lii day
of iljy, Ji(Jl , judgment will be rendered agaiust
thi-m by. default sci-ording tntii prayer thciTf.
M. 1. & R. W4.ITF, ally':, tr pbioiiff.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & CO.
Wheat Vbii-. tjl 0 Hour fbH ...-.J.it
Com (shelled) .... .no
Corn (eari V am Jlc
Kve Jlbu 40c
Karlev V b .. 4
Oau Vb 18t3?a
I'otatoetV bu- . - tSe
Mutter It. 12(314
Lsn! y lb lt)o
Tallow ) ft-. lo
Ponltrr V R tqi!
Feather h . !)
SaltVbrl ' l.tS
Clevor Scodbu 3M
GOODS & GROCERIES.
ILL SOUX;tt CAROLINA;3ECtDKt
This is ths great qneatwn which now absorb tlie J
lie mind, and tho prvbabilidea re that she ill at w
attempt It. lint by arrangementa reoenuy mwio.
A, Q. WILLIAMS & DUO.
tr rVecivIng weekly fresh supplies of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY OOODi,
direct from Mew York.
Kick all Woul Pelama,
French Prinoe, Hrveade Ilai-U,
Heavy HUck Silks.
Chin'i DvlainS, and
of every style and price.
Ready Made Clothing,
uaia ami cap.
Roots and Shes,
And in fact everything usually kept in a first class store.
all of which are entirely new and of the best iiuality,nnd
will be sold at greatly reduced prices
FOR READY PAY1
t STPKODl.'CE taken in exohango for goods.
InryCASH paid for Pork and Corn.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR!
From Reynold's Mills always on hand, and at the low -
est price.' Warranted a good article.
Call and sec us. vie win give you goou nargams at
the old stand of Powers & Uluin. "
Perrysbarg, Dee., I860, A. O. WILLI VMS A 1IKO.
1 ROCKRY AND PROVISION STORE!
Low I'l-tccs iiml Itotidy lny
Having purchased tho entire alock of (ilUH'FHlK.S
formerly owned by Oeo. W. Uoltenback.J will continue
AT THK OLD STAND,
Where, having replenished the Stork with a large and
ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT,
I am now prepared to supply the eitiiens of Perrysburg,
and surrounding country itb
Oroccrics nml Provision,
i ' - i
Of the choicest kinds and at the cheapest possible prices.
Those wishing lo purchase anything in my line will find
it to their advantage to give me a call, us uvurything I
sell will bo
SOLD AT THE VERY LOWEST, PRICES
1 have on hand, also, a largo and well selected stock
ROOTS AND SHOES. '
which I warrsnt to give satisfaction or no sale.
t-yVAU kinds of produce taken in exchange for gnvd.s.
Pwrysburg, Nov. 29, IStIO - tf J. II. WKIll!.
EW GOODS AT NEW WESTFIEI.D!
An entire stork nf New Good shave recently !eoii open
ed bv the subscrilier, consisting of nil the varieties of
'siMU.Wi AND SUMMER GOODS'
Hats and Caps,
Puttv, Whit Uad.
'Powder, " Shot.
Tea. : Cvltve.
Sugar, ' Molsss-s,
- UontM. fslioi-s. .
Candies, Cloves, : - .-
Whit Fish, ' Cod Fish,
l : Flour, " Meal
and numerous other articles on hand, tube sold
. FOR READY PAY ONLY !
as this is the only method which allows the merchant In
sclltllh-Al'. . j . . ;
Hoop Poles, Ac,
will Ik- purchased or taken for loods.
: A. E. JEROME.
N. H. l shall also be mnuecied with the. Sloraire
Porn anting and Commission lluainess of this place, and
holie to merit the confluence ana appnuiatinn oi tne pi
p(! A. K. JEROME.
n X T E N S I V E S A L K S I
v Winter liootls for lie illilliou.
G. H. Kreps is now offering great bargaiog in all
V'..i.l Mxlv fl.,lh,n,r
lioow and Slio'-s,
lie Mill sell for the mat 30 days at costi Hu has many
" LADIES DKESS GOODS,
which he is scl'.ing at lea than cot to tlcsc out.
Great flargains al.-to in
) Ladies and Gent Furs, '
Jiuffato Rnbcjt ,)
and many Hhr arucle thst are warm sn-1 rrmfortabh
for this cold weather. In short if you want good Gooil-,
Call on Kreps.
:. - : ."' V.) .
Ifyoa waatOooda Fhksble,
,, Call on Kreps.
If you wist Goods CVs p,
Call on Kreps.
If yon want t get yoiir waory back,
; Go to Q. B. KllErS.
Ferrysbuij, Dtc. 12ib, 180.
mi.. .. -..i t. 1
GOODS & GROCERIES.
NE.V UOCDS A.T P.iN'IC TRICLS !
JWST RRC'WYED AT "UK AO QUARTERN"
TUN tlltK ATKS T VAH1KTT OF VtlKAP UOUDS
IS NOKIHkltN OHIO.
W M . 110US T t N ,
Ilsiing just received fi-oui 1IT Yelk su imnuiwe stevk
would call tho tspt-eisl attention of his (Vietids, and cos
loiuers to the richest, rue! varied, and cheapest stock i f
loods ever liftra otlereU In this City. In the line of
UlK'tS A JjllOt'S,
IUU A Caps,
A,'., Ac.., Ac.
lli is ivparel t do buuinvss st the very lowest cash
riocs, and those disiwus of saving uioiiev', bv pnrchas
ng a choivo silicic of g.sid cheap lr casli, ill hnd
tin ii RUv.n; ao in give 1 1 1 in w esll. -
lie invites espei lal attention in thu fact that bo
CONSTANTLY RECEIVES FKESII PEPPLIES.
and as he buys entirely upon the cash piinciple, be cm
well afford to sell lw for cash-tjins giving thu purchas
or an advantage of at least Hlty pel cent, over foiiuci
prices. Notice tlie lolluwinn;
tlood half double soled Hoots, sound leather an I well
made, for 2Pa.
Ladies' wslking shoes ps.
Soli. I Shank Corn Hoes 4,.
No, I linaf Snpir '. Is.
Smocking Tobacco (t,..
anil nil other e-oods in lironortiou. - -dies i.it Hem t. it h.. .
fore soi l in Perrysburg,
Wc arc now oppening a Lirgu assortm -nl of (ii oci iius.
w nicii ouvers viu uo eu u can snu ciniintic u-lore
We kw-pou hand Ph'ARL MILLS XX FlOl K, which
always gives the very best salislacuon.
Pork. i .
Mackctol, Mid all kinds cf Lake and River lish.
In short be keeps constantly on band stii thine the
neoi'le mav want. His eoods were Im.ul hi for" i-nuli hw a
cai-efnl and evperii'iiced hand orW s lio iiii-I m si oi.tt. iln
art of pleasing all classes and conditions, and he delii-r
any to -reliant in the comity to exhibit a ln-tler selceled
slock of goods than lie liiis'upoii his shelves. His prices,
he Is confident, will suit every one, as lie bss lenrm d
that it is ol glvsl ndiinitage to the seller to benefit the
buyer, from the fact that they reap a reward in the in
crease ol eiistoiu. His custom ls have already b'irtied
thai '-he can't be undersold," and for tho bonetit of their
wanting nelghlmrs, he wmil I have them " noise it
ahmad," thst the people may boappri4d of the gi-oal ad
vaiiuigesol" buying at "lleiid yuarlers."
Jtlfll-1 pays the highest price in cash for Wheal nlid
Corn, at bis store on r ront Strcel.
1 . W.M. IlOl'STON.'
Perrysburg, Jan. 3,1, lsdl.
II H GREAT DRY .'GOODS U A Z A A U
UNEQUALLED IN NORTHERN OHIO!
NEW WINTEK GOODS
ISG1 FOU THE MILLION 1S01
r : r . m i li: E u i co,
.-' - - - . ..'- .
Coniinence New Year with alniet an inlii in n sup
t i ply of Diy tiuutls, . ,
INsintPASSED IN QfALITY, STYLE AND
The distressing depression in the inouev market, with
the enormous niiuiiinl ol iniioi (aliens, han caused pitch a
convulsion in the state of trade a.s tu t educe i li- pure i.
tioods In-low every iliing ever bel'oie knoun, and mm
prnHiso to sell in pmNrtion m e have bought.
Heady Made Clolhinf ,
' Hats snd Caps,
H-iots and Shoes,
All of which will h-sold at as LOW RATES a1; an.i
other Eslabli.shin ill iu tbe Nuilh West
lit sustaining the reputation long enjoyed of keepine
the best an-1 most elegant Stock nf Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods ufTered in this market, our d.iil.i receipt.
fnrnisU ahinidant "Mileuco; and thi.- is also sulliei, m i
deuce that the people have discovered Iln- economy of
biij ing the best iu Msrket. l-'i-.dint gr.it. ful I'm- past f.,
vers, c hope for a enilliiiit.iliiiii of the people's patio
We have a large supply of this ( luss "f g-wnls, cln-ap.
than csn be bought at anv other store in the North-wen,
CLOAKS! C L O -VK S - -
Tbe low prii-e st nl.ieh c will sell Clok-. '.lin-
: I.I.I.. A '1-1.. Li . r. ... M,W n..tl.t., ... tll, C...
Hirr'iiiiji.-. j Hop. ,-, ,.. uin i.imi ... ,..1.-,
should by all mejnsgiic u a c-11.
CHOICE PRESS COOP?, ' :'
such a ran be bought st hill very few stores in the
Ncrta wesl, su-t never tr lor cintDifa m mis cuyhiicn
as ;,. ".. .
!"""' ' i .'j .- ' z..y
Elegspt Vdww , , ). . ;n , j ;
All ool Prlatnes,
i ; ', ; ! , i vtll Wnol MeriisiesT " '
Wmi- . Jtlrebs, f- V,
will be rfrre-1 st atracrd.iwj lew , , . .,
1 i ' i .-. -l i ,- . '
Slks ahd Embroidrwi m abnadstiee .'.'!':
and w will f UHrinteo perfect, aawfacuon as rogaisk.
goods snd prices. ' '
i 1 ' .
l-iNwio our Market repor-a in tr-day's rr'r- v'r
buy snd sell In aeordoso nth the pries given.
Hn!nvrorr h f t.T , P . MilW i C'1. fTn'-i
the -Pirrystmg Fank Fuildmg.
rvrritburp, Jan. 3J, ISO J .
" F. B M I N K X 1 R It M 1 N A T 0 R 4
TIIM V i
"ONLY lM.vUaliLK lU'.Mf.DfEa K.IOWJf,"
Destroy Irmtatitly ;
EYI-RY FORM AND SVEClEi OF ,
V H M I .V . .'.,'... , ' "
Tliwae frepsr tirsts (unlike all others,) art
: ' 1-r.si h'in I'laaons." - - , ;
" Not dsn-.-r-'Us to ibe buunva family.'' '
" H.us cume out of their tmlvs tn die." i
10 vtvirsan l nwri etsblishe. In 5w York 6iA
f Je-I bv-tl,,- City P. st OPV e. '
l' l br-the City Ptis.Hisand Mtation Houses,
Cued b't--Cit Hteamers, Hhlps, cV.c. .
I t.y ti Ci'v llospllsl-i, Ainu II,.-, fcc-.
. 1'so.t by City lftirvlst Aster M, Nicholas, Ac,
I h,., l i- thc'lfcrdit.g llmis'-s, Acrt Kt.
I'Sed l.y tnctv thsn j0,O(H) Private Faniilk-s.
f af,-tc wbst tie Piv-ple, Press and Dcnt-rs ssy( ' '
IIL'SRYR. COST.Vn. -All 'he suuuiur I havo
lwu Uvubled rtilii Koucbi-s and Mice. I was actu
ally mijsni.nlut the hovsv, lor the Roaches wuie.
ci ci v where. I put chased a l v of year Ealurttiui-
at.ii- ut in,; i u, ana u, ouu wyvk IU!
boa-.hei- JLm.se iu tlie house.
John H. Uivi;n, No. 9 Elm Struct.
lliH Sl-'KIIil-KUS-tiMuhleawith vermin, need
ij so no lointer, it thev uso " Custar's " txwnuiu
alors. Vi c have us -J u to oor salislactioii, uud if a
coat 3.1, i wuti'i hnv it, We had litod pmsoiu,
but thuy ctH-es-d noiiiioir: but Cosi.ir's artiele knocks
ihe breath out I H iw, M .c- and rtyd-Uuir, quitkiH'
tUi-.u we csn Mo it. It u in iii-out dsinsnd u!l vjr
the CMiintiy .- (JltKliua 0. I lias -lie.
MORE GRAIN and ptv i.-.iens are destroyed
annnsllv In tb ant fVutity liy vermin, thsu would
par fr ti-ns of this Kat And fused Killer, ' LancaS'
ler, (Wi.)Heii.ld, -
Ith'NRY Pv.- COMTAR. Ydur Extcrttiirmtor Is
-'M.vi ed. us-'-l. a-i 1 protiou-i-'i'd a decided success.
W us.-d a hvx "fit, a n I tbe war the ft its ami Mici
uri'dn 1 otir piei.iises '-ruised N'ed '' thst night wa.i
M Caution to rh-epeix. Hince fhali not a Unt or Moust
has been heur.l iu ktti-hen or ri.lUr-fMsgregir,
l.vtVs Tim--' i. ' -
IIIAVERt'UN S'KI.-l.lN-Vour Exlcrouttalor
I'm- the last year, and hav fin l it u sine sled ivyry
time., I hare not known it to tail ill a tingle iu?
lii.uu;is Roto', Druggist, CiirJingt-ui, Obio,
WE ARE SKI.I.INi - Your prcpuratioiis rapid
Iv, Whei-evi-r they have been used, lists, ilu-Cf
Rosebcs, and Vermin disappear iiliui dmtelv.
Ia ki ii A. S i hi KKl, Di-uypiM, New Wimljur.
To Destroy. lt'ts, Hcnches. Ae,
To Deti 11,-d Hui-s. : V ;: i t-
To Di-slroy Moths. I leas, Ants, Ac. ,
To Hcstii'V .Mosquiioes. -
To I'e.uroy Insects on Plants snd Fuwls.
'In Dcsti-o'v Insects on Animals, Ac., Ac.
To Destroy Every form mid speci- s of Vermin.
US K ONLY
' Co.d.u "s" list, Roach, ic. KatonniuUir.
' l',e.t.ir s " Hcd-bug liMeiiuiiialiir.
"t'ostni'H " l.h-ctrie Powder tm lusucls, Ac.
Iu :.' , vOc. iiil-l $1 Oil llot.-s, Hollies and l l.uk.
l and ;Sii:oM lot I'laittalion.),
Ships, Itoals, Hotels, i.C.
j4("Sold Every wlirre by
AH U boles lie Wneci-'s ill large cititi.
All Retail Di iwists, U:r.cerics, Store keopcra Ao.
iu all Country iliajje.n and' i'oDs.
Whi-l.-s-vl.' r;-nts iuNov York City
S'ui.-tVJiu Hi.. ilea. ,X. Co. Il.u...l.'l;is!evi Kitcii'-ii.
R.Fshiieali.'k.llu!KV(.'o. Iludi, t.,!e X Lol.l.iiu. ;
A. P., D. Sainl.1 A. Co. M. Ward, Cl-.se A Co.."'
Wb.ivtcf t Hart. .VcKi.s.uiA Rvbhiii. '
li ua ina ii o o,
I ,U. K'lckcl -V Co.,
1 lu luii a A Fuller.
P. D. dim,
D, S, Ttarnc. A Co.
K. C. Wi-ll.s, Co.
l.-u ilUtar jb A Gardner.
Hall, Pi loll A Co.
IV-Mobbl' iikci A Mower. 'I'i'up Co.
lin!U. Cv ftl.illi-td Cum ad Fox.
. AMI 11 III! .1 J. . . '
Philadelphia. ,- I'a.
T. W. DvottA Sons. Rt hirt Shoctaakiir A Co.
11. A. FatincstooL A l o l-'rcm-h, La-haidsSi Co.
A Ml ol'lllinrf. '
' ' , . IhMtri, Mass. ' . , " ' ' '
Geo. C. Goodwill Y C. Weil s V Puller. ,'
M. ;!. Kurt ,V Co. .Inn. Wilson, Jr. ,
, .. ami otiii:iu. '..
Cim i.iuali, O.
John 1. I'.u k. Snirj, Eckstein . Co,
" Fit. -burgh. Pa.
II. L". Fulitu-sluck &s Co, and t-ihiTs. . ..
All the Pl'iiK'ipal t'ltc a aivl ToHIH ill tii'l
old l.v I'cr!- A It iniilloii, l'i rnj,liurg, Ohioi
and bv I ni; --.i -!s, Ginicrs iiiit IUiiKrs ceu-iallv,
in i it v and i otniiiy.
I v.J"C'niinU'.l Dealers can order .u above.
Or U- .. ! I. s dir -eJ if Priues, Tci iiis,
Ac. iv d..-.u-.d t'-s.-rl for Clf'.'tilar to Deal
. "'u' ur.NRY i: cosi'V.1.
I'litM'trit. T n!-.i i- No. M4 lironilwiiv foppnsitn
IhcM. Nicholas Jotd. Nmv York, V
M u cli '.'S'h. I-I - -l.iuf ..
! HKIil 1 ".-j SALE.
As'ier Coi.lv s Jacob Miller. . :
Ily virioe of an cxeculH n from tbeCouit of Com
I I -as ol Wis d count i, tlhio, I shall t x se lo pub'
I..---ale ill the door oi lie- taiurt Honda ill JVrn
Sullied!!)-. May h. lr ilt . o .
between the bnoiji I'l J IU SU 1 IM-Ioi k p. n. of
K lid day the ..!ov.in i. -a-iibcd land:, and t.'iic-in.-ti-s
Mi-.u iic ii V'-K-d cottnfy, Old i, fn-ni'ii tin
it a ith i' .i -t 'jitai !"r of t'ie south i-as 'pi jrt.T of'tirc
tion tl.i; 1 1- i. lie, tow n-hip f.-iir, rang,' eleven cast;
coiiViiiiing fonv jut-.-s moro or I -. s, n-prai.-.'d r.t
$:tOft. . G. E. GL'VKR, shcritt'.
A 111 rii Cook, a!t- . '
.t id :; I, I hi -4a 1 1.
IIMItll K'S SA I.E.
G.-oryp Willi; Hos v A lono Shc9'-'r un-l Mile.
I ' v i ii me ol n ord -r of sale to mo directed and
. Iiwi-i d in the abovoeiinli-d ease froin the Court
M t '.million I'l.-iis of ' oo I count i , t)l.if I will nf
I -r for sal" at the il-nu-nf the t-oui-t House in Per
r ibni'i', WimkI ronnl y, llido, n-i
iSatiiid.i'v, May l.li, t-:l .
Is-lweon the h. .in s of III n. in., add 2 o'i lock p. ni.,
oi'said day tie-follow iut-denri . bed I. in.l iiinl ivni"
in nls. !.i-w hi the s nth west fpiai tor of the norllt-ea--t
HUfirtci- of "rtom Ihii't i -one, town siji, novth of
raiii'e ohifoii i-asi, in Wi.,l county , tlliio; containing
loriv ucr oi'laiid inure or le-s,
ti. E. GEYFU.Hhi-rilT.
Dav a Hi i-.iis.,on, aiti's,
Aj.nl .i t, lsi.i - iiw :;i.
To I'c-f-rUilk. C'iiarlcs Marksh ifR-l. Peti-r reb.
Ilia s V lleiin, ;an Mi.Oi .r-l, Ji ini .Mfire, An;.'
loi l iinl.vny, ll li Jerome. Rolvrt IVirce, J C
I' ai.-r, Rai l Noruni. t 'has Nibeliing, Samut I M
Voiine, Wm K Thomas: Jacob E Pus, .-.annul II
Tlioiu.is, I'erdiii and .1 ust. D I' Whik-ln ad, Nti'.l aniel
Edgp:-fi.n, A " mio, J-.ini I. .n'..- u.i 1 J..!i ll-.llistcr,
or thu ilnkiii u r -aidKi t .A 1 u n-reidei,t owners of
Hie billon iii- liitols ill Wood ci iinty, Ohio, U)-wit:
n ht, mid n i it a iv .r oi .sec 3, w bf of n-c rjrof Jrc I,
tow n I north .TUB' e It) ensf, a bf s w fir of see .1. all
of I and o, o I In-.- loiirtlts of S, all ol w (if of ifl,
w bi'-rf I till .-f Id. n bf of 17,all of".'!, w hf iS'33,
w lliicc-hmi th of "i", e'hl of l's, c sruf all of ,'U
i threi'-louiths of J.i in inwu J tcnli, r.ui (0
.-as,,u LI ol .11, w qr and s Id s c s w qr of see
i- in ton n R noriii, i-4iigc lil s.uil, a'.bJ the village
)..is in Tonli.giiiiy.
You will take notive that John W Woodbury, on
ithe 101i d iy of Ap.'il. bS'rt. filed wib iln- IndiUir
f Wisul ciiiiiisy, tMiio. a petiiioii praying lV- Co.
Ci.mniisiouer id said county to locale, un j estab
lish a diU'll, drain or watercourse along thu Mlow
iug proposed i-O'ih , to- it: commencing al lhe south
west corner Ol sc lion A, town a north ran-e
in ea.-,l: iliCHv,ii iioitli l..ns the Liberty and
yUldliull.: pike ti a point abuu riuU north
of (In; s-w c-oi "cr of a. i.li.ii -1, town and laiigju as
above, lh u c in a n riii- . ob ily d ivctiou on, the
in"il pruelieablo runic lo the Tonlogauy civet, tcr
niiii.r.ing on the norili -uit u.iitcruf aL-ctioa ,"!I,tortu
6 ui.rtli.i'uigc 10 cast. . , ,
An1 sai 1 parlies arc fui ibcr notifjeil that the ap
plication for said dit. h w ol bo for hearing f n'llie
third day of the net si.ib 1 m-eiing ol sai l County
Commissi, iu-.-s. (Jure i.-h, ll. . .
ADDISON SMITH, t'o'unty Auditor
Api-,1 10;r litl--wlS (50. . , . ; . .- .;
, '.T ,, .- . ... .11 Of
TJROBATE hOTiCE. ...i;. i.
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Notice la hereby gireo that lb undersigned hav civ
duly apfHunled and fpjallflad aa admiinstj-atoat af lb
esl4W of Jobli Cunwa.v,de.,lau of Ti-ov, Wood county,
Ohio; with w bom all accounta must l settled. '
. TUUMAS SlLLIVAN.
iSwiJl lililLN SHF.1IAN.
Aye?s Cherry Pectoral.