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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.
287 IIesult in New York. We subjoin the aggregates on all the State officers. The footings for Governor and Lieut. Governor embrace the vote of the entire Slate. In the footings of Canal Commissioner find State Prison Inspector, the city of New York is omitted: GOVERNOR. Clark 100.795 Seymour 150.501 Kronson 33,820 Ullmanu 122,274 I.IIX'T. GOVT.riNOIl. .Raymond 102.5SI Ludlow Ford 51.012 Scroggs 10G.2U 123,073 CANAL COMMISSIONER. Fits'.iugh 117.&75 Chirk Buiulium 102J55 Williams 100,012 43,200 ! STATE PRISON INSPECTOR. liownc 1-13.271 Andrews Vtniaui 'WJ.8D2 Saunders 105,902 105,07'J Tjik a.a i; rsi 'i ts Em.ction. The I'os loii papers publish th" following as the otli--ibl vote polled for Governor at th'i recent flection in Massachusetts: Whole nurubrrof votes 120.005 Henry J. GmiiIikt, Know Nothing. SI. 333 Emory Wa,hburn. Whig, 27.010 llenrv Wilion, Free Soil, 0.75'.) llenrv W. llislmj., Democrat, 13,423 Jlraiiford L. WuU-s, Nat. lX-m., 313 Others 655 Gardner's innioritv 4S.302 5:2.071 Wood Common I'lt'ii. Alvah Ciller A; George I.a.-ky im :i ii i.-r In Attachment. Alfred i in. her. ) PIMIE dcfVi.d.iiit u ill take uotiee that plaintiffs. n J- the 17th .1 )ct. .her. I s"l. iilfl a petition against him. setting f.inh. among other thing, that d'-fend-aiif is indot itm 1 to tin id in the sum of .l-i liiunl r.'i niiil t-t.tv-lin' !!iirs. fraudulently contracted while in tin- employ of said plaintiffs a-; captain nf t!ie rannl Ik .sit Weston, during ha season of ls."4 : ami tliat. utile's he a:is ers or demur, to said peti tion on or before the tirt of Feliruary next, (-aid petition will li.' tak'-n as confessed, and judgment had thereon accordingly, i?! .ll.FFl.KON, Die. L', ls"t. :iiom,.:,o Atty lor Pet'rs. IJy Koyui Li tters Patent. THE IIYDROMAGEN, on Water Proof, Anti-Consumptive CORK SOLES, MAM'1'.UTl'HKIl 11V HARCOUllT, JHIADLEY & CO., 4 1 M ulft-St., -Manchester. Principal M nft -house, WiUtd Street, Chenpside, Loudon, England. American Estahlishmeuts,' Attn Street .y Nassau Street. AVir York. I .S. fMIE 1 1 v 1 1 r migen is a valuable discovery for pro X melius; tin 1. el from damp or cold, and there fore a jireveiit.itive of many Lung diseases, u itlmut .my doctoring irlmterer. '1 he 1 dromageii is in tile form of a soli-, and worn inside the lioot or shoe. Its medicated character is a powerful antidote to disease. For Gentlemen it will be found agreeable, warm, mid healthy. to wear in the coldest or rainiest wea ther, as the foot cannot become wet if the llydn m ncii is inserted. Ladies may wear the lightest sol ed hoofs or shoes in the most incleinent wea ther with impunity ; w hile C'oiisisnition, so preva lent among the young of our country, may .!e thwarted In their ge.ieral adoption. They eniiseh supersede over-shoes, as the latter cruise the fei t to .perspire in a very unhealthy manner: and, besides, nre not dangerous to wear to pedestrians in ie weather, like India rubbers. While the latterc su-V the feet to appear extremely large, the llydroma; en. .being a mere thin slice of cork prepared, pecuiiarh jl.ieed inside, does not increase the size of the hoot, or cause the foot to appear untidy. To Children they are extremely valuable, as they may engage in MKerei.se with comfort and healthy effects. 'l;eir expense is so slight as to scarce need mention ; le aides, those who patroni.e them will find their year ly doctor's hills much tiinitii.ilieii there'''. As the Il vdromagen is becoming more known, its sale is increasing to an almost incredible extent. Last year in London, Manchester. Lirtninghain, Liv erpool, Glasgow, Leeds. Dublin, Paris. Antwerp. Hamburg, and Herlin, our sales reached l.T.'t-.t.lO pairs of Cork Soles. This year the number will far surpass that. Ask the Faeulty their opinion of their value as a prefentative for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Mid Consumption. Men's Sizk, per pair, ?." Cents. Lames' do do 'M do Boys' & Misses' 25 do Notice. From the Itetail Prices we make a very Hberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers, po tiiat any storekeeper may make a fine profit on their ale, while they are an article that may be kept in jmy store, among any class of goods. For terms, appjr to IIARCOUBT. BRADLEY 5t CO.. .38 Ann Stmt, Nw York. pt. 16.25m3 AYEll'S PILLS, Awnw iind singularly successful remedy for the cure of all Pdiions diseases Costivcness, Indi gestion, .Taimdiee, Dropsy, Jllienmattsm, Fevers, Gout, I i Minors, Xenousness, In itahilily, Inflamma tions, Headache, I'.iins in the Breast, Side, Buck, and Limbs, Female Complaints, c. & Indeed, very few are the diseases isi which a Purgative Medi cine is not more or less veipiired, and much sick ness and MUiering misjht ho prevented, if a harm less but cM'ectual Cathartic were more freely used. No person can feci well while a costive habit of body prevail ; besides it soon generates serious and often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided by the timely and judicious use of a good purgative. This is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and Bilious derangements. They till tend to become or produce the deep seated and' formidable distempers which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a reliable family physio is of the first importance to the public health," and this l'ill has been perfected with consummate skill to meet lhat demand. An extensive trial of its virtues by Physicians, Profes sors, and Patients, has .shown results surpassing any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures have been effected beyond belief," wove they not sub stantiated by persotis of such exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Among the many eminent gentlemen who have testified in favor of these Pills, we may mention : Dn. A. A. II AYi s, Analytical Chemist, of Boston, and Mate Assayer of Massachusetts, whose high professional character is endorsed by the Ho.v. Kdwaui) KvF.i'.F.i T, Senator of the U. S. Koi;i-:iLT C. Winthiioi', Ex-Speaker of the House cf Representatives. Aisnorr Lawui.nci:. Minister Tien, to England, f John B. Fnzi'ATUicK, Cath. Bishop of Boston. Also, Di:. J. R. Crmrov, Practical Chemist, of New York Citv, endorsed bv Hon. V. L." Marcy, Secretary cf State. Wm. B. Astor, the richest man in America. S. Leland & Co., Propr's of the Metropolitan Hotel, and others. Did space permit, we could give manv hundred certificates, from all parts where the I'ills have been used, but evidence even more convincing, than the experience of eminent publie men is found in their cli'eets upon trial. These Pills, the result of long investigation and study, are offered to the public as the best and most complete which the present state of medical science can afford. They are compounded not of the drugs themselves, but of the medicinal virtues only of Vegetable remedies, extracted by chemical process in a state of purity, and combined together in such a manner as to insure the best result s. This system of composition for medicines lias been found in the Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a more efficient remedy than had hitherto been ob tained by any process. The reason is perfectly ob vious. While by the old mode of composition, every medicine is burdened with more or less of acri monious and injurious qualities, by this each indi vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative effect is present. All the inert and obnoxious qual ities of each substance employed arc left behind, the curative Airtues only being retained. Hence it is self-evident the effects should prove as they have proved more purely remedial, and the Pills a surer, more powerful antidote to disease than any other medicine known to the world. As it is frequently expedient that my medicine should be taken under the counsel of an attending Physician, and as he could not properly judge of a remedy without knowing its composition, I have supplied the accurate Formula: by which both my Pectoral and Pills tiro made to the whole body of Practitioners in the Vniled Stales and British Amer ican Provinces. If, however, there should be any one who has not received them, they will be promptly forwarded by mail to his address. Of all" the Patent Medicines that arc ottered, how few would be taken if their composition was known ! Their life consists in their mystery. I have no mysteries. The composition of my preparations is laid open to all men, and all who pre competent to judge on the subject freely acknowledge their convictions of their intrinsic merits. The Cherry Pectoral was pronounced by scientific men to be a wonderful medicine before its effects were known. Many em inent Physicians have declared the same thing of my Pills, and even more confidently, and are will ing to certify that their anticipations were more than realized by their eifects upon trial. They operate by their powerful influence on the internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it into healthy action remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other crgans of the body, restoring their irregular action to health, and by greeting, wherever they exist, such derange ments as are the rirst origin of disease. Being sugar wrapped they are pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, no harm eun arise from their use in anv quantity. l-'or minute directions, see wrapper on the Box. I'KKl'AKKD BY JAMES C. AYEK, Practical and Analytical Chemist, LOWELL, MASS. Pries 25 Cents per Box. Five Boxes for $1. SOI.U BY . D. TUCK. Terrysbare;, Ohio, Pcrry&lurg Prices Current. Wheat, $ 1 .f0 1 .75 ; Flour $ 99.50 ; Rye, 50a?5 ; Corn, 37o(); Oats 'Jf;l ; Flaxseed 87$1.00; Timothy, 1.50(jr2,00 Clover $5.W.fiO ; Pota toes ")i7.3 ; Apples, green, f0f(r$ 1.00, dried, $1.25 to 1.50; Beans, $ 1.2 1.00; Butter 1218 ; F.ggs, 10 to 12; Beeswax, 22 to 25; Feathers, 31 to 44; Fresh Pork, .$ to ; Mess do., $10.0 to 12.00; Prime, $8,00; Hams 8(gl0 ; Shoulders ( to 8 ; Sides ti to (i; Fish,pickerel$b00a7.00; whitebass $".'mtr,.i)0- Shingles, white wood $1.00, pine .1 rnfir 1 Oil v t vol rimiil,.tit r,A,.o 7.- t..l.t barrel $.".50rft 0.O0 ; Hides, green to 4, dry 8 to 9 ; TallowlOto 12; LardStolO; Wood .1MrA .50 ; unions iiMino ; Yv ool -.t0r3o cts. Hogs 4 to 44c. JOSIJI'JI TOL3I.W, PA SI HON A II LK 11 A TTER, Hm.kko, Ohio. I AM now in receipt of a full assortment of spring styles, as follows : Beebe & Co.'s Moleskin and Beaver ; ; : I (ienin's Moleskin ; l.e.'irv iV Co. s Arolol.in Also, CAPS, Cloth, Silk and Glazed; and a full! assortment of Soft and Kossuth HATS, Fur and Wool All who find it troublesome to wear a new hat can have one fitted perfectly to the head by our CONFORM ATEUR, which is the most perfect machine for that purpose ever made. mh 27 .tf WASTED! ! ! 100,000 Subscribers to the leading Magazines of the dav. N'O Hl'MBl'G NO LOTTERY BUT THE MOST GRAND PROGRAMME OF PRES ENTS EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. Head and decide for Yourself! niUi 1,8 I,resented to One Hun- V ",UUU dred Thousand Subscribers to itarper's Magazine, Godey's Lady's Book, Graham's Magazine, Putnam's Monthly, Gleason's Drawing Boom Companion, or the Democratic Review. The regular subscription price to either of these popular .Magazines is niree dollars tier vear, which, it sent to the undersigned, will secure to the sender either of the above Magazines for one year, commencing on the first day of January, 1S.V5, and if fortunate, one of the following PRESENTS, ranging from . 5.000 to $1. The Presents will be as follows, to wit : 1. A Cash present of o. 4. 5. G. 7, 5 Presents of $100 each, 8. 20 !. 40 Id. :;o " 11. 100 12. 20D " l:j. 501) 14. 50o " 15. 1000 " 10. 1000 " 17. 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It may seem rather incredulous that we should undertake to supply the Magazines at the regular subscription price and still afford to make so many valuable Presents ; but we would remind the reader of the old adage, that Union is Stuen'otii,' there fore by combining the strength of One Hundred natingi Thousand subscribers to the popular Monthlies of the day, and making a special contract with t lie 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 ns fihe Presents are awarded, holders of! Tickets will be promptly notified what Presents they are entitled to, when they should immediately inform the undersigned how they will nave them forwarded. All orders should be plainly addressed WILLIAMS Si SPKAGUE. Fultonville, Montgomery Co., N. Y, NTB. In order that there maybe no error in mailing tickets from us, we would suggest the pro priety of persons who may faror us with their or ders, that they send a pre-paid envtlope with their ddreis plainly wriftnupin it,. W, iB, DR. J. IJLECIIER, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office over J. Augustusllall'igtore. All work warranted. dec5-39tf Dissolution of Copartnership. rpiIE partnership heretofore existing betw een E. -L Graham & Co., is this day dissohed bv mutual co"scllt-, , , GRAHAM. Perrysburg, March 20, 1854. The business will hereaft subscriber, at the old stand, vn here vou Avill n'nd a t'Ol'T UllTiatl.. a,1 A.t! . ... 1. Spring and Summer Goods, Cheaper than ever for Cash. My stock embraces every variety of Dress Govds and Trimmings; nlso numerous pieces varviri"- in price from a tid to $7 per yard. Boots and Slices for men, women and children, for Spring and Sum mer wear; Summer Cloths, suitable in uualitv ni.d puce tor men and bos. Our liumttts cannot be surpassed either forbeuuty orstyle ; andourRibons ,J 1 L " equip mom with. I have also everv variety of Hardware, for either farmers, mechanics, or household use. In short, everything which anybody needs, can L had hero either cheap Gooi, pretty Goods, or good Goods. And if you only call, that is sufficient war rant for a sale ; and every time you buv. the richer you get! So, spare not' the dimes elsewhere, for they will turn into shillings here. If vou don't be lieve it. try the experiment. E. GRAHAI. Perrysburg, Mav 12, 1854. 10 TIIE.WIIOLV WOULD. 300,000 north of Gifts, for the subscribers to the MAMMOTH PICTORIAL of the Whole World, tullished simultaneously in the three cities of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, as soon as 300.000 subscriptions are obtained ; and having already an actual circulation of about 200, 000, it is now certain the distribution icill soon take place. 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