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The fallowing gentlemen have been elect
ed directors of the Dayton & Michigan rail toad for the ensuing year : Samuel Fosdick and Carlysle of Cincinnati, T. J. S. Smith and Daniel Beckel of Dayton, Dr. Telford and Mayo of Troy, Cumming of Sidney, Dr. 'Peck of Perrysburg, A. J. Field of Toledo. Mr.- Smith of Dayton was elected president. Perrysburg Prices Current. Wheat. $2.0()((J2.00 ; Flour, $l0.lX)(fM0.00 ; llye, 6075; Corn, GOffgoS ; Oats, a7(i40 ; Flaxseed, S" j.00; Timothy, $1..00(J.OO; Clover, jJtS.OOfcC 5.50 ; Potatoes, oGVUT ; A pples. !?reen, 50(rf.$ 1.00 ; dried, $1.251.50;" Peaches, lined, $1.0oV. !-'" 5 Beans, $1.2 (!. 50 ; Lutter, 12(419 ; F.pgs, 8(o10 ; Beeswax, 22(jr25 ; Feather.-, !i(if i 1 ; Fresh Pork, 455 U , Mess do., $15.00(15.00 f Prime, $8.00; Ilams, 810; Shoulder, (WW ; Sides, (IttHl ; Fish, iekcrel,w$C.O07.O0; white uiw, $5.50f!.00 ; Shingles, white wood, $1.00; pine, $.'.50(4.00; Lumber, common, $8.00(10.00; pine, $12. ()((( 15.00; do. dressed, $18.0020.00; Staves, flour barrel, $3.50(3.75; tight" barrel, $5.50(.(5.00; ilides, green, 4(5; dry, &ut) ; Tallow. 10(412; Lard, 8i,M0; Wool, 2o(4'3.S: Hav, $8.00(.10.00; Wood, $i.251.50; Onions, 50(475 ; Hogs, 4IJ. $100 UEWAUD! BY authority of the county commissioners of Wood county, Ohio, I will give $100 reward for the arrest of WILLIAM NOF.L, if delivered into my custody at Perrysburg. Said Noel is about 24 years of nge, youthful in appearance, about 5 feet G inches in height ; hair dark, long and straight ; eyes grey, restless and difficult to catch ; one side of his face slightly marked with gunpowder ; figure rather slight and spare ; wore away a plug hat, dark cloth coat and pants, drab overcoat, thick boots newly half-soled and heel-pieced on one side ; U a fiddler. Escaped from jail here on the night of April 2Cth. A Liberal Reward will also be paid for the arrest and delivery of JAMES A. HENRY, who escaped at the same time. He is a tall, slim, active man, aged about 25 years, of fair complexion, black hair and whiskers, of pleasant manners and easy address; wore away black frock coat, black silk or satin vest, blue-black pants, calf boots and plug hat, and is a shoemaker by trade. Both prisoners were charged with penitentiary offences. W. L. COOK, Sheriff Wood Co., O. Perrysburg, May 5, 1355. w3 NOTICK. Jonathan Crom vs. Fitch Philo. THE above named defendant !a hereby nutified that, on the 30th day of April, A. D. 185.5, sev eral orders of attachment were isssued.on the goods, chattels, rights, credits, moneys and effects of the said Fitch Philo, by G. E. Guyer, a justice of the peace in and for the township of Weston, in the county of Wood, for the sum of one hundred and fourteen dollars and thirty-five cents, and costs of suit. JONATHAN CltOM & others. May 5, 1855. w3 AN ORDINANCE to provide for cleansing streets and alleys and removing nuisances in the corporate limits of the town of . Perrysburg. Be it ordained by the Town. Council of the town of Perrysburg : Sac. 1. That from and after f he publica tion of this ordinance, each owner, resident in Perrysburg, of lot or lots therein, be and they are hereby required to clear off and re move from each street and alloy bordering on their lot or lots, or any part thereof, all dead carcases, decaying vegetable matter, and filth of every kind and description, from that part of such street or alley opposite their said lot or lots, and remove the same beyond the corporate limits of said town; and in case of the failure so to do within forty-eight hours after the taking effect of this ordinance, then it shall be the duty of the Marshal of said town to give notice to such owner or owners to remove said dead carcases, decayed vegetable matter, or othor filth, as above required ; and in case such owner or owners shall fail to do so within two days after the receipt of notice from the Marshal as aforesaid, then such owner or owners, on conviction thereof before the Mayor of said town, shall be fined in any sum not less than five nor more than fifty dollars. Sac. 2. It is made the duty of the Marshal of the town, within two days after the ta king effect of this ordinance, to inspect each street, alley, public place, cellar, and such other places in said town as he may deem proper, and in case he shall find any dead carcass, decayed vegetable matter, or other f4lh of any kind, to notify the owner of the premises on which the same shall be found, if residents of Perrysburg, to remove the j same beyond the limits ofrthe town? and in case said owner or owners shall fail to do so in one day after being so notified, then it shall be the duty of the Marshal to cause the same to be done forthwith, and double the expense thereof shall be collected from the owner or owners of said premesis in an action of debt before the Mayor, to be col lected as in other cases; and in case such owner or owners are non-residents, then ?aid Marshal shall forthwith remove said filth asi is above provided, and the expense shall be' borne by the town. ' j Sec. 3. That if any person, after the taking; effect of this ordinance, ehall place or cause; to be placed, in any house, cellar, or on any! lot, street, alley, or other place within said town, any dead carcass, decayed vegetable! matter, or filth of any kind, name or descrip tion, such person or persons shall, on con viction thereof, be fined in any sum not less! than five nor more than fifty dollars. ; Sec. 1. That each owner of a cellar in said town be, and he is hereby required, if, practicable, within (en days after the pii.-suge of this ordinance, to cause the same to b drained by a suitable drain, so as to convey: all stagnant water therefrom, as well asoth-j er filth capable of being carried off by a: drain ; or in case the same cannot be done,! then that such person cause said cellar to be thoroughly cleaned and sprinkled with lime! as often as once in each two weeks during) the months of June, July and August; andi in case of failure so to do, then such person' shall, on conviction thereof, be fined in any! sum not less than ten nor more than fifty' dollars; and the Marshal of said town isj anthnriapil at nnv timo he mav see nroner to -- j j I I - ! enter and inspect the condition of each eel-: lar in said town. ; Sec. 5. That prosecutions or suits underj the 2d and 4th sections of this ordinance,! may be brought before the Mayor, or any) Justice of the Peace of Perrysburg township, j Sec. 6. That if any person shall obstruct,! hinder or improperly delay the Marshal in the performance of any duty enjoined on or required of him by the provisions of the above ordinance, such person shall, on con viction thereof before the Mayor, be fined in any sum not less than ten nor more than twenty dollars, or be imprisoned in the jail of the. county not less than one nor more than five days, or both, at the discretion of the. Mayor. Sec. 7. It shall beth-sdutvof the Marshal. as far as practicable, to prevent any slagnant water in the streets or alleys of said lown.j the expense incurr d in so doing to be paid by the town. j E. D. PECK, Mayor At test : of Perrysburg. Isaac 1 Thompson, Recorder, April 25, 1S33. i of Middleton township, will let to a responsi ble person the building of a SCHOOL HOUSE. in sub-district ISO. 0, in said township, A Frame House 13 by 22 feet oil the ground, 10 foot potts. Plan and specifications can be seen bv calling on township Clerk, or Capt. Wetmore. Sealed pro-j posals will be received until the first day of July,! for the above work by Cupt. Wetmore and town1 clerk. Bv order of Board. AVM. EWIN'G, Township Clerk. April 28, 1855. wa Loren E. Perigo vs. Chester Cook etal. SIIF.KIFF'S SALi:. By virtue of a writ of exe-i cution to me directed and delivered from the court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, in the above case, I will offer for sale at the door of the court house in I'errysburg. on Saturday, May 20, 1855, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. M. of said day, the east one fourth of! out-lot number one, (1) in the town of Perrysburg, in Wood county, Ohio, taken in execution us the! property of Chester Cook and others, at the suit of! Loren E. Perigo. W. L. COOK, Sheriff. Jamks Mukiuy, Atty of Ptflf April 21, MS5. w5$l.KH William E. Churchill vs. George D. Flack et at. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of ex ecution to me directed and delivered from the court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, in the above cause, I will offer for sale at the door of the court house in Perrysburg, on Saturday, May 2G, 1855, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock 1. M. of said day, in-lot No. five hundred and five. (5051 in the town of Perrvsburir, Wood county, Ohio, taken in execution as the property of George 1). Flack, at the suit of William E. Churchill. , W. L. COOK, Sheriff. Jamks Mcbhat, Attv of ptff. April 21, 1S55. w5if h&3 I 1 j ! , j ' j 1 j "nlSMOVAL. BKOWN & HUNT have remo JLVved their Stove and Tin Establisliment to their New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we arc offering a well selected assortment of p O O K. HA LL.Ji OX PA RLOll HTO E 8, in great varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man ufacture, tttifl Interior to none. Plain and Jnj ancd Tin Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Trimmings, At Wholesale and Retail, Job work nnd Repairing done on short notice. Or ders from abroad will meet with prompt attention. Jan. 1,185-). MIOYVN & IIl'ST. Corn ! Coin !l COllK ! ! ! T X J E are now prepared to receive good nieichnnt V V able Corn in the ear, in exchange for Stoves, iVc, or in payment for all debts duo us until the first day of Marc h next, nt fifty cents per bushel weighing seventy pounds. No more excuses, but' bring on your corn ! New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's. 11KOWN !i III NT. GEO. W. JJIIOWN & CO. Jan. H, H.V. Dll. JOHN DCLL. S O M 1ST II I N O NEW AND VALUABLE. The most powerful King on the &ra of tba globe now f',;iiB ftuprcmu in the American Republic. The power of the cruwti.'J hemisof Kurope Kink iuto Innignlttc&nce when ooinpr.red to our American Kln. huropvnn kin; employ the power vented In tbom to InrrvnM) the rirtn-a of the ri-h and lordly, and to reduca to tro!ter misery and degradation, the xmr and depend eul. Our American lingi forth ith equal willing Dex to the lordly innitsioo and the hnmhle cabin, ready like to administer relief, and to ofTr health and happi nevi ti the lofty and lowly, the rich and the poor. Dll. JOHN IHJI.IS GREAT AMERICAN KING Is the Ti nth Kosdkk or Tin. Would, and the greatest blcfi-.li' ever ortered to a III ic tod humanity; to the suf- rin million, the Doctor ran any, relief is atyonr com mand. V'-u have only to use this magical remedy. Ail those who still suiter, an will not accept the preferred ilnlui. deserve not the pity of their families, Tl:i wonderful medicine, during the brief poriod sinew iti introduction, has carried happinesa to the hearts of thousands, and made life a cliarin to many who hereto fore regarded it only as a painful and miserable e.it ence. To the winds with all Liniments. Kmbrocation-i. Pain Killers, and Pain Kxtrartors. and let millions of jl.i I imbues proeUiiui the merits of the preat "American King of I aiu, ' a preparation composed solely of ';. table and roots, produced by America'! own rich and bounteous soil. VY would ask the 1.mf.S, who are always cemp'-tent jiidjre of hat is and what Is not a valuable family ml icine. to do us a speci tl favor by giving the Kinh- if I'a'.a a Miitle trial, and if satisfactory, exert their lnlUu'iue in its behalf, recommend it, speak well and often i f if, and see that it um.I by their afflicted neighbors. The Ladies are always charitable, and when they induce th'dr sneering friends to use this really valuablo nieitciuo, thoy will be doinjnn act of benevolence that they can well bo proud of. This is a powerful and truly-UKif.-ic.il remedy for all external diseases, sores, swelling, burns, 4c. and for raany internal alllictions, it is a certa.n cur?, yet it is perfectly harmless, and incapable of producing tho least injurious etleets in the most delicate caeil or the weakest constitution. It in entirely useless to follow the old and wnrn-oijt system of publishing to the public thousands of certifi cates of wonders performed by this medicine. It cot but twvnty-five cents te try it, and Dr. Itull stakes his well-earned reputation on the Kiu f Pala doing a and more than he claims foi it. We would ask have you the Tthouinntlsui or Gout; tl.eks are not pleasant companions, and we know that you would like to drive them away as soou as possible, then u.te "BULL'S KINO OK PAIN." Would you be cured almost immediately of Rowel Coiupluiut, Dysentery, Summer Com plaint, Cholera .Mor bus, (x-auip L'Lolic, Head Ache, Tooth or any other ach or P'lin, the remedy is simplo and the cure certain, USK THE GKKAT K1XU OF PA1X. Would you have your Sores, Swellings, Cuts, Hurm, ScaldH, Ilrulses, or any other wound healed, we repeat It, UKe the MAGICAL KING OP PAIN. Would you be cured of Scald Head. Stiff Joints, r'cre Throat, Neuralgia, Sore llreast. Lumbago, Tetter or ftin Worm, Salt Rheum, liitesof Poisonous Insects, Chapped Hands, and all other pores, either Dry or Running, we ay again and uait:, roi'R rkmkot Is Dr. John Dull s " KINO OK PAIN." M ould you be cured of King's Kvil, Cancer, Turners, Eruptions, or any disease of tho Ski a caused by impure blood, then use Dr. John Hull's t'arsaparilU lnterually, and the King of Pain externally, nothing can be mor crluin than a vbcady and elfectual jure. The a')ove popular medicine just received anil for sale by CH.V'S' UK.UTKK, Postnnster, Perryshurp. And ly Dr. II. Hi;iuutt, Maumec Citv.