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Local & Miscellaneous.
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Prospectus of the Perrysburg Journal.
T0LPM1 MH. HOW W TM TBI 0 IfMCWIB.
Ob the aiath day of May, No. On of Che Ninth Vol
ume of tha ' rERRYBURG JOURNAL" will be issued
ia aa enlarged form girinj four columns additional
reading matter, and making a twonty -eight column pa
per, instead of twenty-four column as heretofore. This
enlargement will be attended with an additional sipens
to u of near two hundred dollars a year, but we belie vo
our efforts will be appreciated and the circulation of the
JOURNAL largely increased by so doing- hence we hare
determined to give it a trial. V' will here take occasion
to return to the citiieni of Wood county our thanks for
the support given us since we hare taken charge of the
paper, and promise them that no effort will be spared to
merit their cenfi lenee in the future. In return we shall
ask our friends throughout the county to lend us a help
tiig han-I In extending the usefulness of the JOURNAL.
We do not pretcnd.nor can wc reasonably be expected to en
ter Into comprtition with the mimin th weeklies, in point
of sire, but we do think, so far as rent calue is coneernen,
that our paper is the best for the people of our county to
take. In order to aid our friends in inrreasiag the circula
tion or the JOURNAL, we have concluded to Issue the fol
Six copies one yoar( to sir subscribers) $1.33 each.
Ten copies one year ( to ten subscribers ) 1 .24 each .
Fifteen copies ono ycar(to lift -on subscribers) 1.15 e.ch.
Twcntr copies on? year (to twenty subscri
bers) " ' 1.00 each.
J-On copy extra of the JOURNAL will be suit to
the person getting up a club of six or mure, anl an ad
ditional extra cow will he sent for every additional
twenty subscribers : or, to any person sending us a list of
sixty subscribers, with the cash, we will giro, in addition
twthc extra copy of the JOURN'AL, anyone of the three
dollar magazines for one year.
CiyOld subscribers can join any of tlicss clubs by
paving up arearages of Volume eight ; and no subscriber
can receive the JOURNAL at club rates unless by join
ing with a club.
JfAU orders for papers to clubs must be accompa
nied with the cash, or els-? they will not b-; sent.
37"To single subscribers the priea of the paper will
remain as heretofore $1 50 a year in advance, $2 00 if
not paid bafore the expiration of the year.
yLet us have a rousing list of club scbscribers to
commence the new Volume with.
?PA11 Clubs for Volum" Nine must be sent to this
office prior to May 9, 1861, -with the cash.
JOHN V. I1AILKT, Proprietor.
"Fort Meigs Rifles."
The above is the name of the volonteercnmpany which
left this place for Cleveland on Friday imrning last.
They numbered a host of our young men. who are wil
ling to lay down their fortunes upon the altar of their
common country, Riid come weal or woe, tliey will
"Strike! till the last armed traitor) expires.
Strike for their altars and their fir-s,
Strike for the green graves of their sires,
God, and their native land 1"
Many of them are young men of high standing in this
community, and the citizens of Perrysburg arc proud of
the gallant and patriotic volunteers of the "Fort Meigs
Rifles." They hare taken with them the Meanings of
those who are left behind for their .safety and preserva
tion in the hour of battle, and the prayers of a host of
friends for their safe return. May the God of Battles
deliver us from thr great curse which hns brought notb
lag but shame and disgrace upon this nation. We shall
publish a list of the company as soon as we receiv? a
Departure of the Perrysburg Volunteers.
Friday, the 27th of April, will long be remembered by
Plic good people of Perrysburg. Never have wc seen
greater interest or sympathy manifest id for parting
friends than on this occasion. At eight o'clock they
formed in front of the Band House and marched down to
the Dock, where religious exercises were engaged in
conducted by Rev. (r. A. Adams. Mr. A. exhorted the
Volunteers to put their trust in God a:id lie would prove
their friend in the hour of peril . At the close of these
exercises, a largj and beautiful flag was presented to
tbe company by Miss Ella Baird on behalf of the young
ladies of Perrysburg, which was accepted by Captain
Cook in a few appropriate and touching remarks. Then
came the leave-taking heaven bless you farewell
decidedly the most impressive scene ever witnessed in
oar usually quiet little town. A few minutes later and
the troops left per steamer "R. die," amidst the firing of
cannon and the loud huzias of hundre Is of friends.
Flag for the Fort Meigs Rifles.
Our ladies have received their flag and will have it
itompletcd in a few days. This flag was intended to
havo been presented to our Volunteers on the day of their
departure, but nill now be forwarded to them at Cleve
land. It is composed of the very best silk, making its
intrinsic value not an inconsiderable sum a worthy tri
bute to the patriotism of our loyal soldiers. It is decid
edly the finest wc have seen for some time, and we think
we are safe in assuring our ladies thnt its rich !olds will
never be allowed to trail in the dust, in tae face of an in
Our friends on Hull Prairie are widj awake. They
have sent s-sven of their young men to the war and now
stand rendy to go if they are needed.
Last Sabbath, Mr. Adams mentioned before the serman
that the volunteers needed flannel shirts that if there
wero any to sparo they might send them in to Captain
Cook on Monday. On this hint they acted, and on Mon
day morning several of the ladies were on hand to co-:p-riteaihnur
ladies in the mau ifacture. They also
came with f IS with which to purchase stuff. In these
days a mere hint brings monev, time and heart for the
good cause of our country's liberties.
Relief for Volunteers' Families.
A bill has been introduced into the IIousc of Repre
sentatives, which provides that 'ho wife of every volun
teer shall receive ten dollars per month for herself, nnJ
one dullar additional for every child under IS years c f
age. The county auditor is required to procure a list of
the families entitled to such aid, and draw his order on
the treasurer for the same. Tho commission, rs ur au
thoriied to borrow all needed money, and ut their June
session levy a tax to meet liabilities thus incurred.
Hon. James M. Ashley
Made a strong Union speech at the Court Housc.in this
place on Wednesday evening last. He spoke at Bowling
Green in the aftcruoou. He has full confidence in the
ability of the Union to put down rebellion and restore
pcace.though it may cost time, and blood to do it. He m ide
a strong appeal to all lovers of this glorious Union to
rally to its support in this hour of threatened danger. At
the conclusion three cheers were proposed and given
with a will, for the stars and stripes.
"Gilead Worth Guards."
This gallant company arrive I in town on Friday and
left on Saturday for Cleveland. Tiioy belong to Gen.
Norton's Division, and are as fine looking set of ru n as
we have seen. Robust, intelligent and free from bad
habit, they are generally inured to vigorous action. In
case thoy are called into active scrvice.they will undoubt
6 11 render a glorious account of themselves. They
Dumber 109 men, and are officered as follows : Capt.
" O. C. Carr ; 1st Lieut. J. J. Vorhes j lid Lieut., J. E.
Isn't that a Mistake?
Among the Dumber of volunteer companies mentioned
as having been disappointed ic conaequeace of not beiug
called Into Gen. Steedman's Regiment, the Bindt notices
tha Wayneafiold Guards. There must be some ff.isuke
about this, as it Is currently reported in Waumee that the
Guards never really bad any intention of joining tha
regiment. There U, however, a new oompaoy forming
ia Maumea that purpose offorixuj their services to tha
Blase, aad wM f if aocsptad.
The Schooner Sunbury.
Arrived at tha dook on Monday sfternoco, sad has
toifiifitDead loading with staves .
CAMP TAYLOR, April 28, 1861.
Eturoa Joratf axs-t hare not time to write you a very
lengthy or Interesting letter. tur company arrived here
safely the same day w left l'rrryshurjr. One of our
Dim, JohB A. Reyes, wm discharged to-oay on me ap
plication of bis father. There are now aiohty-ight men
good and true in our company. There are at this post
about nv wousana men who are at arm rrom aayiigm
until dark more (born their own Inclination than fMn
order to that effect. The boys aro all well, and Im
CAMP TAYLOR, April 28. 3 o'clock. P. M.
Editor Journal: Camp Taylor now premnts tbs
most animated scene imaginable. There are at least
twenty thousand persons present at divine service.
Steadman'e Regiment formed and marched in order
tho m.nister's stanj. The services terminated by the
band playing the "Star Spangled Banner." There was
attendance an excellent choir of vocalists" from th
city. All are in the best spirits, but a glnora has beva
east over the camp by an altercation taking place be
tween a member of the Fremont company and a ncgrt
cook, i ne aegro stabbed the sol. tier, nud 1 Dcneve tif
Our Book Table.
Tub Atlantic Monthly, May 1HG1; Tieknor k Field,
"Agnes of Sorrento" is the title of the new romance
which Mrs. Harriet Beechcr Slows hsi just written
the Atlantic Monthly. The firsl pages are given in
May number of that work, and the manner in which
story opens assures us that its publication t ill a la to
already brilliant reputation of this m-st popular of Amer
ican authors. Tin- story is one of love and duty, of
and trial. Its heroine is a young g!il, born in a Catholic
coualrv and cluratcl under the inou-nce of Cathi lie in-
utitutions, and in the development of tho plot the author
sought to illustrate the iuliuenres of that creed up
the lives an I characters of its vetiri s. l'nun the interest
in this subject which has been inau:."ested by tiie people
of the United States within t'.ie pa t f w yeaw, find
f.u't that it has cut 'red so largely :i'. t!i"' tlisrnssion
political as well as ther. digious questional t!;c time.
it cannot be doubted that Mrs. Store's cluci l.itie:i of
the in tdium of tietiiious narr" t'.vo, will cause
to be ns widely sought for and as caterlv perused :is
previous briibant i.on'ri.mtnni ', i Amniean liter.vn
have been. The other artiet -s in this number are as V
lows: "Ret and Motion." "lgVii of tH.' KuglUH I.t!
Pistrlef," "Pink and Ulu." 'i'.'tnee.ran ie t"l w.-is
"The Prairie State." b-inpa lively lies :i iitle:i of th?fij
and progress of Illinois, "Coiic.vaiii.T Fu'ure Veif.-,
"Brother Jonathan's Lam. nit l r S:s'..t t'arolin." "tf ".,
inal Memorials of Mis. Piezii," "The Xi' er and itsie
tdorers," "Reviews and Literary Notices," Ac., Ajf
Terms single copy one year 5 J; or a t!ub of live foci
The Lathes' Repository, May l,sji; Poo A Uitchcoi
U always gives us pleasure to sp.uk of this welco:
monthly visitor, and still greater pleasure f) reeonnik
it to our many lady readers. Its pages are not filled r
"moan-struck love stories" an I low drawn sketches, J
on tho contrary lively and interesting matter abound;
in excellent morals. The Repository is the lady's 0
companion, always treating her as a rational being,
stead of the caterers to the lolly of fashion. lis ess!
aro usually of a scientific and religious nature, whilJ
s'.ories always teach a moral lesson. In this respecie
n nub r before us is fully up to its predecessors. r
illus rations, we venture V say .are cpaal to tht very It
productions of the ai t. 1 hose who have read the lusy
of Hannah More, will recognize in this a "speaking J
iichs" of the popular Knglis'i authoress. Kvery ly
reader should be a subscriber to tho R :p sitory. Tos
J per annum in advance.
Bowling Green Awake.
The following letter was received last .veek, bitoo
late fur publication :
Mn. KinToit; The war spirit in this place is (the
rapid increase. Several m -clings have been hehl.tri
otic speeches made and .Stirl ing resolutions passed Thc
enthusiasm is immense. Party lines are ouli!oiut,"iid
men who have ever diil'-red on questions of goveniiHal
policy, now stand shoulder to shoulder li our
Glorious Union. A recruiting olTie; has beeipen
ed and some tucnty-firo nam 's enrolled, and it confi
dently expected that by to-inorrow niht the nunr will
he swelled to fi.-'iyaU "goo 1 men and true." ere is
a call for a mass meeting to m et to-m irr.iw Wc lay )
at 1 o'clock. P. M., when wo expect a crowd am ijoo 1
t nie. A jdedge guaranteeing the support of so fami
lies as shall be leit destitute by the heads volircring,
has been extensively circulat 'd and received tligua
tuiv of nearly every one to win m presente1. le eiii
zeus of Uowiing Green will not be behind any tnofits
size in too in the soli I of its
Bowling Green, April 23, '61. H. B.
"Our County—Death to Traitor"
Messrs. Anderson and Fuller of Toledo barns', got
up a new envelope quite suitable to the taste iintriotic
people, about tiies.i times of national trouhh s It is a
picture of the globe surrounded by water, aniupport
ing from its center a flag anl stalF -emblemJ of o r
national honor, lleneath the "stars and stripi' are the
inscriptions which head this item: our couu' ; death
t tr .itoi s ! Send and got some.
COLUMBUS, O., April, 1861.
I have received of Luter lleaeii, Esi., of nitogany,
fourteen dollars for tho Kansas Aid Fund. Ir. lieach
savs he collected this amount at a school exlition.
E. A. EGINS.
IlfHUfiiH. If yon want to get a saleratusout which
there is no liuinbtiggerv. get 1. li. Do l.d A Co.'s
Chemical Saleratus. Read the label arod it, every
word of wliich you will rind to be true. It 11 cost you
no mere than an inferior article and is murjheapcr in
the cud, as it spoils no bread or biscuit. V w ill find it
for sale by all responsible dealers. W. J. tchcock is
agent for Perrysburg.
Napoleon, Henry county, O., J' 7, 1858.
Pr. C. W. ItoaacK, Dear Sir : For the lie fit of 0uf
fering hum inity, permit us to announce thigh the col
umns of your circular, tiie surprising propies of your
Scandinavian lilood Purifier and Klood Pil which" is a
sure cure for Indigestion and Liver Complu. We have
several persons in town who have been f ring with
Liver Complaint and In ligestion, and n dthst in ling
that we have as good physici ar s as can be fn I in North
ern Ohio, yet the disease balll ;d thuir skill. J. iisetiieul
ly we were in a state of despondency, mil ilr coinmenc-u-'u-.g
yiair pills through and bv thea.lvicf our friend,
Mr. Ki'eiin.in. We u- -d tiie me liinna accring to direc
tion i, and are now full of life and hilarity. kd our g:ui
!u !; is eciial to mr improvement in heuli and spirit-s.
When we take into consideration wiiat wve been an I
what we are at present, we feel like ehailp; imrselv.-s
of the sin of ingratitude, ' we did not trv itniuniuee to
thepulilic the great benefits of Vour in
me .lid;. 'i'lr.-re-c,
fore recommend to the public at large
navingrecour.se to your m; ueme, ati l c queiit.y, as
in duty humid, diseh irginging what wc fei) b : our du
ty, in advising persons who nr. guttering .ire have suf
o.'ied, to in ike use of the only tru.i and snt cure for ttie
disease alrea ly mentioned. Mrs. G'vin.i s. l!re::nan,
Miss H ;ton, ('". C. Spelmaii.
See adver.i.v;ment. j 4S-.vl
Tetter is a very troublesome ennui- n the skin,
often attacking th ; face and ban Is. Foi ls, all th it is
necessary is to wash the parts thor nigaiji 'm all dis
charge (if any should have accumnlai,i and apply
Pr. Weaver's Cerate freely a few times, tl the cure io
effected. One or two liottler will g.-ully cure the
worst cases." " i
A ladv in New Jersey says that her hls and arms
were attertod with an acun tetter of lon,jt.'n ling, r.n i
it was spreading at the time she cotnmeid thu uss of
the ineditine. She had the best inedicafeatm -in, an 1
it did ber uo good. She stop;"d everying ci te ond
used but one bit'.le of Cerate, with some leutiou ludiot,
and it perfectly cured her, and she is w- yet.
It is sold by medicine dealers genera'.l 45w4
The following, from Messrs, Gape Mather, prom
inent druggists of Sparta, givs furihei iJence of the
great popularity of our medicine.
Sparta, Monroe to., Wis.. Jy "th, 1S'9.
Messrs. J. N. Harris A Co. Genthii:- It is with
pleasure that we speak a word in conulidation of your
very valuable medicines, 'Perry Davisuin Killerand
'Dr. Ricbanlson's Slurry Winu iiitt' They are of
great merit, and already loo well know'to the public at
la'ge to need any very special notice am particular in
dividuals. The Pain" Killer has beeie a household
remedy all through the Wst, and thclierry Wine Kil
ters are superior to any bitters we ha- ever mel with,
and as they become known the deiul increases, and
all find fmin their use satisfactory raits.
Mo.stre.peHpectfully, ee Mather.
Sold br Peck dt Ilamiltou. ; 4Srt
Oalv M cents per gollool
Onlv 80 cents per rallon
Onlv SO rents s a Pool
OaiyO coU pir gallon!
T . L w
At tha lrug Mere,
At tha DrvE Store,
At Lbti V)
tAtiba Itu 2 btora;
"Cosaa all sod wy K. j
Aad you'll e'er buy it." i
Mexican Mustang Liniment.
Fa rich and pr, bond and (W, all tvlors, grade,
andfidition of life, the same meed of prai.se ia award
ed U wnndiwfvl article. Sorea are healed, pains re
lieve lives saved, valuable animals made Useful, ad
unh ills assuaged by this remarkable tneJicine. For
eutTuisea, sprains, rheum itism, swellings.bite, strain
ed . Ac It has an rannl anions-liniment, ointniens
Or slea. It is tho housekeeper's and frm,sr's friend.
, of illness aast loss of time are saved by an early
apuauon of Mustang Liniment. It should always bo
on kd. Bo careful of horn yon buy, and have It war
rens as genuine. All genuine will hrreafWr bear the
Situro of O. W. WiBTeROoa, Chemist, and I. H.
liX Proprietor, with the words "Trade" "Mark" in
twScdallions of the Federal currency. Sold at -IS ett..
60S. and 1 1.00 bottle, bv all able dealers
D. S. BARNES,
t-tui. New fork.
Dlpthcr" t'Dlptberla! t
tr the cure of that dreadful disease Diptheris
rry Paris pain Killer Is a specific, If resorted to ia
no. It should be need mixed with water, as a gargle,
si the throat bathed with the Paia Killer freely. Read
nat Dr. Walton writes, which is under date' of Not.
Ith, 1800, from CosWtiou county, Ohio:
'1 am hapj-y to infirm you that the Pain Killer cures
Is new disease, Pip then a or Sort Throat, that ia pr
d'.inc to so alarming an extent in this section of tho
untrv. On Walnut Crook, Holmes eountv, they usj
rcely any othr remedy, and it has never been kuown
fnil in a single instaueo. This fact should be made
Jwn to the world."
Lett-rs of a similar nature are daily received. The
lin'Killcr should be in every house.
Sold by Peek &. Hamilton, Perrysburg, sad by all
Mothers, rend thl.
. nrr! I rettown-d m-diciue MR.WixtLOW'SooTn
has u : Pvitrr FOR cilil.Plirs TSKTiliNO:
'"Wc see mi advertisement in your oduinrs of Mrs.
inslow's S n-.thing S i rup. Now we never said a word
the i favor of a patent medicine befTo in our lite, but we
o! 1 1 eempell -1 to say to our reader, that this is no lium
tho 'tic 'B iiavk TRf.T IT AW KNOW IT To HR l.t IT
it. 'I. M V. It is, probably, one if the in. n successful m'
through i' cin ns of the day, be?ause it i . one of the best : and those
lietii v i:r renters who have babies can't do hitler than to
The following is an extract from a letter written by the
!or oia Itaptist church to the "Journal and Mwisen
( 'iui.iin : i . O! . n.nl vttdL-tt Vobmi'-M in 1'iii-op lif
vv in a supply.
PARK'S mCKI.Y rLASTER.
iy linpr.r; Strength ; they Annihilate Pain.
I These delight'ul plasters yield readily
! to the motion of the tudy, absorb perspi
ration and throw off all the oli'ensivj
ceagu'iittd impuriiies of the system.
They should be used for all Chrouic
1 Pains. Fainitii'M PyypcpsiA, Colds. Con
sumption, Rheumatism. Female Weak
ness, etc. Tliey retain their active prop
'erties when other Plasters are niieli'ss.and
: where applied pain raiviot erit. F.vory
jfaniily shouid ia them. One s;ie on
'cloth, three si.'cs on leather. Sample sent
bv mail, on receipt of 25 cents.
1). S. KARNES, 13 4 li Park Row.N. V.
1 to 2 b;
How Does Peruvian Svrnn
Cure so many diseases apparently dissimilar? When
ever the miu 1 is taxed more than the body, the peualty is
fysp psia, tlio most convenient name lor a legion ot com
plaints, beginning with impaired digestion, and generally
ending in Consumption, and all originating in a deterio
ration of tlr.- blood.
From the Rev. Dr. Greenleaf.
CiNTlNSATt, October 12, 1S9.
I havn derived so much personal bem-lit from the "Pe
ruvian Svrup," that I do not hesitate to recommend its
ue to all that large class of cases, where iron is the elli
cient r in -ily. to clergymen especially, ana persons
w In s? occupations tax heavily the nervous energies, or
to sud'erers hoin tho debilitating effects of summer heats.
I believe this to be an invaluable r medial agent.
P. II. GREENLEAF,
Rector of St. Paul's Church.
"Perwian Strut" is a solution of Protoxide of Iron.
a new discovery in medicine, and strikes at the root of
disease bv producing healtliv blood, the source of all vi
tality in limn-in organism. For sale by all druggists.
Agents lor rcrrysuurg, I ecu & Hamilton. 4Sw4
IMPORT A N T T O F E M A L E S 1
1 DR. CMEESEMAN'S PILES.
Prepare 1 bv Cornelius Clieeseman, M. l. New York Citv
The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the
result of a long an 1 extensive practice. Thov aro mild
in their operation, mi l certain in Correcting all irregular
ities, painful Menstruations, removing all obstructions.
w bother from cold or otherwise; headache, pain the side,
palpitation ot t!ie lie.m, whites, all nervous ulteclious,
hysterics, taligue. pnin the tiael; an I limbs, Ac, disturb
ed sleep, w hich arrisc from interruption of nature.
To M.vitiiittri LAniK. De. Clice.-em.itt's Pills are in
valuable, as thev will bring on the monthly period with
regularity. Women a ho have been disappointed in the
use of otuer Pills can place the utni st court lence. in Dr.
Clioe iem ui's Pills duing all they represent to do.
Notich. There is one condition in the female system
in which the Pills cannot be taken w ithout producing a
r-Kcri.iAit uesi'LT. The condition referred to is ritmiSAX
i v- an 1 the result.MisCAKitiAdE. Such is the irresista
ble tendency of tha medicine to restore the sexual func
tions to a normal condition, that even the reproductive
power of nature cannot resist it.
Warranted purely vegetable and free from anything
injurious. Explicit directions, which should be read, ac
company each bo.t. Price $1. Sent by mail tin enclos
ing $1 to Dr. Cornelius L. Clieeseman," box i.b'M, l'ost
ofliee. New York City.
tiVSold bv on-; Druggist in even- town in the V. H.
II. li. IIUTClllNS,
General Agent for the U. S., No. 14 Kroadway,
To whom all orders should be addressed.
For sale bv Pkck Hamilton, Perrysburg. 42 ly
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, pre
sents to the attention of mothers, hpr
SOOTHING S Y K U I' ,
FOIl CIllUMir.N TRKTHINO,
wliich greatly faciltitatcs the procts of toethiug,bv
B-'ftening the gums, reducing el! inllaminition - w ill
allay ali pain and spasmodic action, and is
eniE to itr.c.ri.ATK the howfi.s.
Depend upon it, ninth -rs, it will gie re.-.t t--i your-sele.-!-,,
KHt-KIF AND Iir.AI.TIl TO TUUl INFANT!.
It not onlv r.'liev--s the child from piin.b'it invig
orates tiie s'.ou-.n'h an t booI-, eo:-i-..-(.-t.i .ni liiv.jn 1
gi-s tone an I energy lo ti,o w hid-; .system. It w ill
dl::Ki:,t instantly relieve
UlilMNO IN TUB ton its, At. t) WIND ( 01. 1C
and nverecnifl convulsions, wbi 'ii, if net ftp 'eii;!;. n-lii-died,
pud in 'le i!!.. b.-li 've it the best and
surest r. in "ly in the world, in nil ca .es of Dyseu
t. -rv and Diai'i'iui-a in c'lil.iivn.whetln-r it ai is. s from
teething, or from hiiv ot!i--r cause. Wo wool I s.iy
to every motner v.-bo has a child s'iff -ring from any
of the foregoing complaints -do not I ;t yr-ur preju
dices, nor the prejudices of le.her.s, stand betw'-t-n
ou and your snlleriog child, and the relief ;!.-;! will
lie sure yes. absol-alelv sure to follow 1 1 , r 113 of
this nn iicine, if tim.-ly used. Full direciiftns for
using will si-company eacli bottle. None genuine
unless the fac-aimile of CURTIS A PEREINS,
Ne;v-York, is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Menioues
ia Wood eountv.
Principal Office, 13 Cedar street. X. T.
I'RiCK u.M.Y '20 'Jli.Nl'S ei.'A iiOl'I'LE.
"tOntT OF COMMON PLEAM, WOOD CO.
S-.i fiji i
i.'l.' ' ft El
Alphonso Taft vs John G.WortLington and Eliia
beth Wurthiiigt' n.
The defendants Johu (i. Worthington and Eliza
beth Woi-lhinglcii w ill take notice tiialou the 2'Jth
day of March, 1N1I, the plaintifTAIpboakO Taft 6led
his" petition ugaiusi said defeudants ia the Court of
Common Pleas within and for the coimiy of Wood,
and state of Ohio, w hich is still pending therein and
teat the object anl prayer of said petition is to ob
tain a judgment ngainst sid defendants John G.
Worlhingtou for th sum of $174 with the interest
thereon from October llth, 1H55: rw-ing the amount
dua said plaiiitifl' upon the two proinisary notes of
said defi-nUot both dated ''Cineiuaali, Orudr 12lh,
18J8 "and eschfor the payment of fajS2 with interest
from date. (111 in one vearand the ruber in eiehteen
moaths afu rdatc, an also l- obtain an ord, r for the
sale of the following described premisas mortgaged
by said defendants to i i plalnull' to secura tha
payment of the notes aforesaid, vi: all those cer
tain low or paroels of land situate, lying and being
in Wood county, Ohio, sn' known and described a
out-low numbers 26'i A. 234 in the new survey of
out-lots io the City of Perrysburg, in said county,
snd for the application of the pmoeeds sriring frost
tns sale fif said premies to th payment of the
amount do -ld pUlntiff npon the B"ioc anrw aid.
Said defendant will also lake notios that naleaa
thsy anj-r said peuooa on or befo.-s tha Ji uh day
of Mir, 1H51, iudemout will be rendered egsinst
tbest by default aonordiog tt th praw HvW.
M. R. Ai - attf s'fir plauitjr.
April Si, liM-49'vjr 2i.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & CO.
Wheat bu 1b$ Ov Flour Vbrl
Corn (shelled) S.le
Cora (ear) V bit Sle
Kve Vbu 4o
Oata V u .... lSVo
PolaUxsj ) ba tie
Butter V lb"" lltftUe
Lanl V lb 10c
Tallow V tb 10c
Hams V lb
Shoulders lb 8s
lVnllrv Vft "
Eggs dot Be
FMtbers VKi 4io)30c
Green Hides IM S H
Salt Vbrl 1 11
Clovgf Seed V"" '
GOODS & GROCERIES.
ILL SOUTH CAROLINA SECEDE t
This Is tha great qiiMtton which now absorbs the pub
lie mind, aad tha probabiltows art that aha wiU at Uaat
attempt it. But by arraaemrata rwsratiy snaia,
A.O. WILLIAMS & BRO.
are receiving weekly fresh tapptiea f
STAPLE AND FA5CT PRT OOOT,
direct from !ew York.
Rich all Wool Detains,
French Priuco, ttraada PlakVt,
lieav BUok Silks,
Chima Detains, aad
of every s'yle and price.
Ready Made Clothing,
Haid and Caps,
IWpoIs nnd Sh sa,
And In fact everything usually kept in a limt clas store,
all of which ar. entirely n;w and of Die best quality, an I
will bo aeld at greatly reduced prices
FOR READY PAY!
CjPRODUCE taken in exchange for g sis.
t"CASII paid for Pork aid Com.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR!
From Reynol I's Mills always on hand, and at the low
est m ice." Warranted a cood article.
Call aud sec us. We w ill giro yon good bargains at
the old stami ci rowers uunn.
Perrysburg, Pec, 1900, A. G. WILLI AMS A PRO
ROCERY AND PROVISION STORE
Low Pur. nutl lifiutyVny
Having purchased the entire stock of GROCERIES
formerly owned by Geo. W. Irollenbjck, I will coutiuue
AT THE OLD STAND,
Where, having replenished tho Stock with a large and
ENTIRE NEW ASSORT MEN T,
I am now prepared to supply the citiiens of Perrysburg .
aud surrounuing coumry n im
Orot'urica nutl Provision,
Of the choicest kinds and at the cheapest possible prices
Those wishing to purchase anything in my line will Hod
it to their advantage to give me a call, as everything I
sell will be
SOLD AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES
I have on hand, also, a largo and woll selected stock
BQOTS AND SHOES,
which I warrant to give satisfaction or no sale.
W"Atl kinds of produce takeii in eicbangcfor goads.
Perrysburg, Nov. 29, 18r.O if J. H. WEUU.
TEW GOODS AT NEW WESTFIELD !
Au entire stock of New (londslnive recently been open
ed bv the subscriber, consisting of all the varieties of
"SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS!
Hats and Caps,
Putiv, Whim Lead,
White Fish, ' Cod Pish,
and numerous other articles on hand, to be sold
FOR READY PAY ONLY I
as this is the onlv method which allows the merchant
Hoop Pides, Ac,
will be purchased or taken for Goods.
A. E. JEROME.
N. B.- I shall also be connected with the, Storage.
Forwarding and Commisaiou llusiueas of this place, and
hope to merit the eonfideuee aud upprobastou of the peo
ple. A. E. JEROME.
Winter Moods lor die .tlillloii.
G. B. Ereps is now ofleriug great bargaing in all
Readv Madv Clothing.
Boo aud Bhoes,
n will sell for tb next 3D days at oat. He has many
st) les ot
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
which he is salUng at loss than ooat to elnec out.
Oroat Bargains also ia
Ladies snd Gents Furs,
a"nd manv ofVr srtioles that are warm aad eomforublr
for this 41 wanibar. lo abort if you want good Goods,
Call on Krepa.
If jrm want Goods FsbnabU,
Cull on Krepa.
1 yu want Goods Cheap,
Cull on Kreptv,
If ymt want 10 ayxt your aaouej bank,
Ferrysburg, Ce. 12th, 130.
GOODS & GROCERIES.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FURMLSHINU
NEiV QOCDS KT PANIC PRICES I
JCST BECKITED AT HEAD (jTJA.PfTEHS,"
TEE ORaUTEUT VARIETT OT CHEAP OOOl
IJf WOKTUER.N OHIO.
Ua1tc just racctvrd flMtn Mew Y au Uunow stock
would call the especial attention of hU rrionds, an 1 cw
totuora to th richent, mit vnel, and cheapest k of
OaxhU vr utfervd tu this City. In the line of
BvC-tH A Shoe,
li tis & Cap.
Ac., Ac4 Ac.
He is prepared t' do butiiness at the very K west rssh
prices, anl tdvie dis'roits of satinp monev", bv purch.ii
inga choice article nf good cheap lur casli, will litid
their advaut.igc togiv? hitn a call.
Uo invites especial attention to th fact 1'iat hu
CONSTANTLY RECEIVES FRESH SUPPLIES.
and as he buys entirely upon the en di principle, he cm
well atfor.l lo sell hw lor cash thus giving the pnrcbas
er au advantage of at least fitly per tout, over lurtn. i
prices. Notice the fo'tuwiug:
Good half double ohnl Boots, sound leather and well
ma le, for 2i's.
Ladies' walking shoes Vs.
Solid Shank Corn Hoes ii.
No, 1 Loaf Sugar Is.
Smocking Tobacco 6c.
mid all othrr pmds in proportion cheaper than ever b
forosold in Perrysburg.
We are now opnening a large asscrtm nt of Iroei-i i ;
which buyers will do well to call and eininiu.l beiot i
We keep on hand PEARL MILLS XX FIOL V, nhiel,
alwavs gives tho very best satisfaction.
Mackerel, md all kinds of Lake and River Fish
In short lie keeps constantly on hand anything the!
people may want. His goods wore bought f t rash h a
carciui ami expencucea linnil omt wlin understands the
an oi picasnuf an classes ami i-onouions, au t In- ilclie.-s
any mnciiaui ill the county to olitbit a better s.-lec'.e I
stock of roods than he has upon Ilis shelves. Hi i uric,
he is conll, lent, will sua eci v one, us he has learunl
that it isof great advantaite to tho seller to benefit tho
buyer, from the fact that they reap a reward in thu in
crease of custom. His cusiuwri have alres-lv learne I
llmt 'die can't be undersold," and for the benefit of llunr
wauling neighbors, he would have thorn " noise it
abiuid," thai iho people may beajiprised of the great ad
vantages of buying at " Head 0.uarters."
t-ifHe pays the highest pi
irice in cash for Wheat and
l orn, at his store on trout Street
Perrysburg, Jan. Jd, 11)31.
ET THE WORLU READ
FOR THE BEST AND CHEAPEST GOODS '
OO TO Til a: T,nK OP
W . J . HITCHCOCK.!
hsw soon I
mew noons 1
mkw oocDs !
The largest stocks of goods ver offered In this market,
embracing an on ileus variety or articles
STAPLE, FANCY AND FASHIONABLE.
In tho selection of which no edi-rt has been snared t
render it as attractive as possible, is now beiug opened
CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE
of W. J. Hitchcock, on the corner of Front and Louisisu
A venue, Perrysburg, Ohio,
QUALITY IS TIIE BEST TEST OF CHEAPNESS !
Iinpcctiou and Cr oip.irUnn will prove that for variety,
ch ganrc, richuets, rheapneSH, beauty aud quantity, this
slock is unsurpassed by any now offered iu the West.
LADIES' FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS!
In thlsd-lliartiD-nt (treat advantage may he obi lined br
cloac casli buyers, from the fart that the goods are bought
lor CttSliilirei ily of tiie eastern U -Biers an 1 mnustaciur
crs.and all imported goods are bought at just w hatitoost
to iuip'rt II s.o, h'-nco lie can anord to ell jooiia at
MUCH LOWER PRICES
thun goos srcgcnerally sold, which is an i'm ef gre-tt
interest t" the people of Wood county. A sulfioifiit in
ducm?nt, w lake it, to ni.ik Perrysburg tU trdibg
HEADY SIA.DB CLOTlilSG I
In this department, we have tbe largaal and most or-ui-plete
asaorlment in Northern Ohio. Mads up aooorlmg
to Uic lateal (astilous sua in me umt suostao'ui minu- r,
warrsniedto give w very oeai sautiacsoo, nr no tali
HARDWARE, CROCERIES, cVC.
TW wishing to purchasa auythingia this Los will
flnditto their a4rajiugU) pay my Store a visit t-Wore
purchasing elsawbtra. Tha euceiioo of tb publio is
r petive1y invited m my rikfiavesvck, feeling assured
will batim profliaddy ipeol.
tSTPradtiea takesj il asooaor for gonda.
w . J, HITCtfTOC..
I rirybvg, JBrjr Jd, 1M1.
"OLT INFALLIBLE REMEDIES KNOW,
F.V:;RY FORM AND HrTXIESOF ' "
V L R X I y .
Tdjeoo preparations (unlike sil ethers,) r
" Five In ni iVisoos."
Not dangerous l. l-e human fsmily."
'Tats oninjout of Ihuir bules to dis.
IS T.ti n.l mere at ,bli.lid in New York t-Hy.
fswl bv th I'itv PosHirtio.
Us.iby.-t' . Ci'. L.tJiM1 '..liott U.-.,.
Used l y --C.lv Suaniirs, Stilpt. oc.
Used b:- tbe l.itv Huoppnls, Alms Hour,
l.'vd by- t'ity Hotels ' A stor !M. Nicho las, A.
I'od ty - -'I." L arditif Iloiiacv. Ar., AlcV
Used t'v - in .re tb.m l'riate lamiliva.
tr$! wh,t tVe Pe-j . I'resi n-d D,Mln say.
Hil.VRY II.COSIAR.-AU th- -m.m-:r I luv
1 r tt-.u' l. 1 w iih K.-ao'.iiM an 1 f. 1 was actu
ally ashamed of the h jtue, f. r tb Coric wrr
very hen. I uKa-is-sl a ij.t of your Ettenmu
atur and ti ic-J U, and l.i ut.e week there was not a
Eoactior ei uei:i t'.e h.uuse.
Joii;, 11. Oivtx ., N -. 9i L'.t.l Strjt.
HOUS!-'K.V.i:i')"Ks- tiubhd with vermin, mod
U-a. i n o I eeo'-M-, i, 'thev i;s-j " ( os.ar'-i " Literinin-
t--r-'. We hr- ui -d U io t-ur s iti -iUi etion, and If a
C at Se, n a n rel 1 lisve i'. V' Lad tried poiiUi.
but th -y clleete 1 n t'.onv : but l.' -vir's anicle kluK-ka
the breath Ml' -. . : - '-. ee aud lied 111 us. tjin. k.r
than we cm w r ; P. it i i In gtvst Icin.tul all Vvr
tbe Coun i v. k:-!et-f-i -v1., Gaittc.
MOK1; GRAIN fc-td pr vi :i us are d.-s'n-vel
atiioox'ilv In I, t-,1 ;-y 1 - vi-im n, ti.an wuull
p ..- I e t ol tY K-i! .11 1 .' sect A-.l'.er. i Laucs-i-t-l.
(V'i'.l ller.il I.
Ke'M:Y V. ( l'.r. V e.r E-st-rmii.stor is
tve-ite-'. used, and pron c 1 .1 dec; le-l uer-s.
W in d m b is ... r. -. . ,. , e v tbe l'.e.ts as. I Micu
i;i-out-. ! 1 1 i ; . ., : -i s Nk. l ' Cat nig! t ass
a attti ;i!i-:-'i "-ie !. m not a Rat-r Moosi
bat tie eti lo-.r. I i.i l i i ',,-,, r:- i.-ilsr. --lMnrjrgor,
L i j Tim .
1 ll.W K id. i'N sril.IVi - Your Est -MiiaAtor
for th ) I.', -it year, Mi I dure f- i- ! a su;e bhe'. iverv
lime. 1 hare n-'t kn-v:i i. (o in a .sit -iu in
stance. Cneii.ut !;., Drugg'st. Csrdington, Ohio.
WE ARE SKI .vv! -V .or pr.-p-iratio.is rst-id-ly,
Wli.-r-wr th, v have been u i. ,1, Ruts, Mice,
lt--ir!ies, and Vermin i! s ipp r iuim-.-liaUily.
I' k'ua .V Sroi 1-i cn, Dniggistii, New Windsor.
To De.i'.mv -V. i' ,-. H '.ehi'-.-. A?,
To Deslr-V -I'. ' MltVM.-
'lo U.sirei Moths, I kvu., Am., Ae.
To De .tr--y--M--.i -.ii:.k-.
Tu I'estr.iy liu-,-t.s n Plan's r."d Fowls.
To Desiroy- -bis,-i ,- i n Auitm'.s, A,'., Ac.
Tvi l! .-j-.roy -Evei i'--iiii an I sp...ie.. tf Yarmul.
" f'os-. ir'i " 1( it, R -e.c'i, Ac. Eatermiiisior.
"I" s-. r' " ll-.-.l-i"ig l-.xtei inina.i r.
''Ci-'.ir's " Electric I'owdui lor luso-ta, Ac.
l-i t:, k-'c. -re l ( ,i.i tov.'-i, li.ii.lus sii I l'laski.
i.l an I - :U-i o 1 1 'it H;,' ,.i j,
b.ope, lioaiy. IK loI i, ir,
I Kn-u.i.i-1 ' i.y
All N' b i'cii ile Vi i:oi,.st-- n l.u;-" m;ie.
AU be- ul iM-iivi-i-. ' . Gr.-c. i i - - . " .-ie kvipors Ao.
In ail t' "i-,u v ii!.i;;e : ml loo'is.
Wholesale Agents in N Veik t'i'r.
MiielV.-lin Ih-.i'.oaa.V Co. Ii..rr. I, ?.'..: AEilchen.
11. r,i!oi.-s-o k.lluilA ('-. t.u.l: (I. Hob ens.
A. II. A. II. ; ui !s A t'o. M. W.i I, i'ii. i .'. I .,.
Wheeler A H.ni. Mc'.i.-, n A i:..:--...4.
II ciin.ui A t'e. I. S. P.: n A I ...
II ill. h'uckel A Co. F. C. M'tdl.i.A K .
1 1,, in.is A l olier
I -ds.Mar.-'i A ilsrl-ur.
p. ). Hi
Hall. Ii.v n A Ci.
I'l-n,','! I.l'ai kcr A Mower, Tripp ii Co.
IhidlcyV i.di, r,l t'onrad IV-.t.
.(no , I ii i.ua.
T. W. lvoU A Sot-s. It b, rl Sho-miiki-r A Co,
B. A. Fstitiesb-ik A Co l'c-ui h, Richards At Co.
ami f.Tii n;c.
Wen, C. Goodwin A. Co. W -i ks A roller.
M. S. Liiir Ai. Co. .Inn. ilicn, Jr.
AMI C1II I'M.
John 1.1. Park. Sulie, Eekstuiu A. Co.
Pi'l. burgh. P-'.
B. L. Fiiluu-Mock A. C . u;id i th is.
All the Pi in ip ,1 t'.ti : i,u 1 T- n ' i i,i tint
Jf'Sold by Perk A Ii ii'iilo'ji. P.-rryshurg, lnlo,
and by I lriijgi -"s, Gimc, i e, an I Retailor gctier.illy,
in ( ily en I country.
f-V"Ciiiiitty 1 ) ih i s cm or 1 -r aa al-.ve.
Or a 1 he: s in. lei . dir .-t - or i'' l'i ici j, Term ,
Ao. ij d.ir-'d -ti I f-r l .ivuiar to 1 tu 1 -it..;
IIKNIIV I!. CO-rAV.
Pliiscir!. T'croj- No. M'.' I'r,,:i:,v jiippoaiie
l!- St. n :'.,..!.. Iloi-I.; New York.
Marcb -Mh, 1 ' 1 - -ir.iil'-..
T U V
p it ' w n ,; u c rr T .
At their id I st itid in I' m ..l.-i.-:-.. ''. ',. lv ve on I'.uvt,
an 1 for sale, an -.-:i if ar:'t'. o ei.'.-bi a'- I
C''.HING, PARLOR .Mi ' I ".X SToVBS.
llHutJt'i;; I'1' 1 niH ilt- v,r.:.. if ol!,
from i-l l to J.",.") cae'ii, fi.ri in tie u.(,.-t
hobst o;li ll in inii'-l-, . itlt i Tin or C- (,
p,-r I'.iiMi.urc. i ! -lou- e . v th - nam -s
ot 'ov es :
Aia t , hot lie. , -:u.i- : t n
Globe, nir iii'l.t, '2 .-.it " ,
. Now World, I do do
Clipper, air tie-ht, clev;.'o,! ia-. ii-, L' ,-.ies,
Mniiolain, do 'I on
Keap'r, tin liu ,l,t -
IV 'lniane-, 4 do
For a firm i- st v th.- Mi uiit.-io ,.al l'..-ap.-r -an . it
be oijiiahd, linvii.T
0 r i: .v.v i .. ' i x : ; i: ex r x a r y.
'I lie pi)' - coiri'iionl I, ,o i; t,v,,,i, , nil l u t on
Iho top, as njo-o I'-' -;-! - I i . i n s- .V, ... - ,ui,l are w irrau'.i d
lo v'ive ciiti'-, ,i o: .-'u-J, n !. ;.') i : ; (h..y b -i- f ma lj
01 Iho In -t r-i ' -. i j i - ir, a. el - ve t es ii i-'i,- 10 c: -,ck as
tho Ibib'il-i .s-ei . t ii join! , ;-i-i tviil an I ci te ;ite ',
and liriol v i,i,ni:it 1. 'l iu -: in v: ml ar ; -on .stcd to cail
and examine mo . a--. ,n,,l ra-, ;.it- o,i! --, :v! v sn wc cu
give yon a b -t'oi-M-i-. e i, r le.ss n.on. y ' ti:;'li liny ( liicr
concern in tin- c u.-.tiy."
us n i ;.- a r m i. t: -':--,
PLAIN A J AI'I'ANNi.l) US U I F,
stca'e rii k Mini-. I'l'v.MTun'-:.
A".. . A' -J-V?.Tob
Work, in nil iis forms di tie t - r'er.
WANT!il, in cacIo-.h; t'aa'i. Can, l!i is, Fur,
Pelts, Rags, Wa.v, old Iron, Ac., A
It UO ON HUNT.
I'errrsbiog. May 3d. 1:'0 tf. .
ARTFORD riilE INSURANCE COMPANY,
J A 11 Y 1, Lift I.
Cash on hand sivljfi l;.iu::. -$sr.f,37 Od
Casn in h.iu-i.s of upeut.-i. and in
cor.rseof tranfmii'riiiu.'i TCAl't M
Cadi loatvul on call la.l7J Vi
Kills receivable fir loans, amply secured ti,l,05i V I
Real E-d-u unineiim'.r-red, ('-.-'ah valit le Oci OJ
2(52-5 Shares IJ.u,k St-ck in liar', ud Market
230'J Shares Pan!: ?cl iu N.. Yii.,!Ulet
V.i!.,o 137,41.0 03
101 1) shares Bank Stork in Boston, Mukrt
Valua 104,700 00
)1 .Snares I'.auk Sen k in St. ,'.viis M -rVct
Value iO.DHi Oil
440 Snares Bank S't.-rk in Pail Road an 1
ofiur Stock, Mark-.-i Vaiuo 67,600 00
Hinforl ciiv Bonds, 6 per cenis Market
Value 35,000 00
StaUs Stocks, (Tcnness'-':,0;,io:in-l Michigan,)
8 p-r ce iw. Market Value 46,400 03
57 Slmrcs Sute Bank Wiscon.-iti. Market
Vwluj i 5,700 00
Totil Assots $?M.?71 5'i
Total Liabilities 8j.706 4i
iDS-i'inrengiinst Ijiiss or DanngeVv lire, on Dwel
lings, Furniture, Stores, Warl.nns"S,Meii-haodisc,Mills,
Manufactories and m-'M any other kind of pmpnrtr, caa
he e.Terte i In this Company upon as fan-nbla K-riui as
natuix oflho risks and'aciritvof IV-liry bolder will
admit. CEOfUlH STRAIN, Agent.
P.rrysburg. May 1st, ISOl -lly.
g"HE RU F'S"S A LE. ;
John H. R"M v. Gin. G. Knniu and Uenrv Twitler.
By vinos of a (I fa, for debt, to n) din ct-i and da
lirered fn,m tlu Court of Ci-maion Ph. -is of Wind c-nctv,
Ohio, I shiH offer f r sale at the residence i f Homy
Relthsria Cooler township, in said c. -; .my. oo
Tu.sU.v, May 7tb, IS I,
1 o'clock p. m., tiiu fidlr.wirg rhattiea of the said d
fendant, t--wit: fi.ur tl rve year Id su-cra, thiv cowsj
taktn on said exeeuiica as tbe rnnertv- rf nij luier,
J. B. Raiv a'tr.. O. E.-Gl'TFF.sh'Tiir.
Aynl J4ua, llrol 121 41. . ' v