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A MAcfrtllCENT AND BeNEFICKNT ENTER
PRISE. A-singular though highly useful in stitution is to be established the coming summer, under the auspices of the well known author and successful practitioilcr, Harmon K. Root, M. D. The institution is to be known by the name of the " World's Medical Congress," mid will unite under one roof the medical and surgical skill of the whole world. The New York Evening Mir ror, in commenting upon it, says: " Tim services of one or more scientific medical gentlemen from each of every na tion on the habitable globe are now being engaged, and the grand convocation will take place about the first of June. The location selected for this scientific JJsculapian as semblage is No. 512 Lroadway, contiguous to three of our largest and most popular ho tels St. Nicholas, Prescott, and Metropoli tan and the spot may be considered thfc most eligible and convenient that could have been selected in the city. Commodious and airy consultation rooms will be richly fitted and furnished as soon as possible after the 1st of May; and by the time the institution is ready for active operation, we shall expect to see the whole invalid world converging hither. The projector, Dr. Hoot, possesses good business talent, as well as remarkable medical skill, and his enterprises are not apt to prove failures. We doubt not his project will be equally useful and more remunerative than the late Crystal Palace affair," Perrysburg Prices Current. Wheat, $2.002.00; Flour, $10.00010.00; llye, 5075; Corn, G0$G-5 ; Oats, 370710 ; Flaxseed, 87 ti5$1.00; Timothy, $ l.50(fr-3.00 ; Clover, $5.00(3 5.53; I'otetocs, 50(7o ; Apples, green, 50(Tf$1.00 ; dried, $1.251. 50 ; reaches, dried, $1.00(;f 1.25 ; Heans, $1.26l-50; Butter, 120S ; Eggs.tSttt.lO; Beeswax, 22(?25 ; Feathers, 31(44 ; Fresh Pork, 4tJ ; Mess do., $15.0015.00 ;" Trinie, $8.00; Hams, 810; Shoulders, t3 ; Sides, bV(G; Fish, pickerel, $6.007.O0; white bass, $ o.oofj.OO ; Shingles, white wood, $1.00; pine, $3.$0Cf 4.00 ; Lumber, common, $8.00(10.00 ; pine, $12.00(2 15. 00; do. dressed, "jJia.OOf-'-UO.OO ; $titve, flolir barrel, $3.503.75; tight "barrel, $5.50(VG.OO; Hides, "rreen, 45 ; dry, 8(9 ; Tallow, 10(12; Lard, 8c?10; Wool, 25i33; Hay, $3.00(10.00 ; i Wood, $1.251.50; Onions, 50j 75 ; Hogs, 4(24$. $100 REWAUD! I TY authority of the county commissioners of AJ Wood county, Ohio, I will give $100 reward for tha arrest of WILLIAM NOKL, if delivered into my custody at Perrysburg. Said Noel is about 24 years of age, youthful in appearance, about 5 rVettiinuhesin height ; hair dark, long and straight ; j eyo3 grey, restless and difficult to catch ; one side of his face slightly marked with gunpowder ; figure j rather slight and spare ; wore away a plug hat, : dark cloth coat and pants, drab overcoat, thick 1 boots newly half-soled and heel-pieced on one side ; is a fiddler. Escaped from jail here on the night ' of April 2Gth. A Liberal Reward will also be paid for the arrest j and delivery of JAMES A. HENRY, who escaped j 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 trock coat, black silk or satin vest, bluo-black pants, calf boots and rlug hat, and is a shoemaker by trade. Both prisoners were charged with penitentiary offences. W.L. COOK, Sheriff Wood Co., O. Perrysburg, May 5, 1855. w3 NOTICE. , Jonathan Crom vs. Fitch Philo. M1UE above named defendant is hereby notified: J. that, on the 30th day of April, A . D. 1855, sev- I eral orders of attach ment were isssued.on the goods, chattels, rights, credits, moneys and effects of the i said Fitch Philo, by G. E. fJiiyer, a justice of the peacj in and for the township of Weston, in the county of Wood, for the sum of one hundred and j fourteen dollars and thirtv-five cents, and costs of i suit. JONATHAN CKOM & others. May 5, 1855.--v3 I i AN ORDINANCE to provide for cleansing! streets and alleys and removing nuisances i in the corporate limits of the town of; Perrysburg. j Tt it ordained ly Vie Town Council of the , town of Pcrrwiburg : . 1. That from and after the publiea-j 'im cf this ordinance, eech owner, resident: hi Perrysburg, of lot or lots th-rein, be and 'Ir-y tire hereby required to clear oft' mid re-; move, from each street and all y bordorini; on lot or lots, or any part thereof, all ii; ("n-case?, decaying vegetable matter. ;n 1 i i!. 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 fuilure so to do within forty-eight hours after the taking HFect of this ordinance, then it shall be the duty ol; the Marshal of said town to give notice to: such owner or owners to remove said dead! carcases, decayed vegetable matter, or other 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 o owners, on conviction thereof before thej Mayor of said town, shall be fined in any sum not less than five nor more than fifty; dollars. Sec. 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 filth of any kind, to notify the owner of the premises on which the same shall be found,, if residents of Perrysburg, to remove thej same beyond the limits of the town; andj in case said owner or owners shall fail to do' so in one day after being so notified, thenj it shall be the duty of the Marshal to cause; the same to be done forthwith, and double! the expense thqreof shall be collected from i the owner or owners of said premesis in anj 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 saidj Marshal shall forthwith remove said filth iis is above provided, and the expense shall be! borne by the town. Sec. 3. That if any person, after the taking: effect of this ordinance, shall 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 j matter, or filth ol 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. 4. That each uwner of a cellar in1 said town be, and he is hereby required, ifj practicable, within ten days after the passage of this ordinance, to cause the same to be drained by a suitable drain, so as to convey all stagnant water therefrom, as well as oth 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 Jun', July and August; and! in case of fuilure so to do, then such person i shall, on conviction thereof, be fined in any! sum not less than ten nor more than fifty; dollars; and the Marshal of said town is! authorized at any time he may see proper to enter and inspect the condition of each cel lar in said town. Sec. 5. That prosecutions or suits under the 2d and 4th sections ot this ordinance, may be brought before the Mayor, or any Justice of the Peace of Perrysburg township. 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 j any sum not less than ten nor more thanj twenty dollars, or be imprisoned in the jail of the county not less than one nor morel than five days, or both, at the discretion of the Mayor. Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the Marshal, as far as practicable, to prevent any stagnant water in the streets or alleys of said town, the expense incurred in so doing to be paid the town. E. D. PECK, Mayor Attest: of Perrysburg. ISAAC P. THOMPSON, Recorder. April 25. 1B::. "VTOTK'F. is hereby civen that a petition will be IN presented to the ( ununis-ioncrs of Wood emni iv, at their next - .n, to lav out and establish a c'ountvioad as I". 11. s. tnuit: IJro inning in the river road nil n. rth side of IWtajro river, in I Freedom rowii.-'''' and on the section line between: oeti, :is one ;md I u o. thence south oil said Section line l.etw et 'ii s-ert;. ' one.-.nd two. eleven an. I t elve, and thirteen and fourteen, until it intersects the Mont"-oiner and Freedom n ail near the Diseiiliour ridge; (My 12, 155. w I j j I' ' - . -, . '1 .!. '1 1" ' ' ' 1' " "TJ "llEMOVAfi.-H()WN & HFKThae"nnio LV;ved their Store and Tin Exlalilishmiiit to their New .Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we nre offering a well selected assortment of COOK. IIAI.I., llOX I'ARI.OR STOVES, in great varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man ufacture, nnd inferior to none. IMain and Ja antd Tin Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Ti -miming, At Wlioli'.itile und Retail. Job work and Ucpairing done on short i.otice. Or ders from abroad will meet with prompt attention. Jan. 1, lH.Vi. HKOWN cv HI NT. orn ! C orn ! ! CO 11 ft ! ! ! Xf ,i: n"w rr'pared to receive good inei chant V V able Corn in the car, in exchange lot Stow , .yc,or in payment for all debts due us until the first day ot March next, at fifty cents per bushel weighing- seventy pound. No more excuses, but bring ou your corn ! New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's. BKOWN !.-, HI NT. OF.O. W. 11KOWN & CO. Jan. 8 S.-.."i. "Dlt. JOHN UCIX. SOMUTHINO NEW AND VALUABLE. The most powerful King on the face of the globe now rlns supreme La the American Republic. The power of l be crowned hcadscf hurope iilnk into inalguiticAncs when reniimred to our Ameriran Kin. KurjH-:in Kinv employ the power Tested in thera to In.-rv.isH tl;e rii-hi-x of the rich and lordly, and to rrdnca to renter niim-rv and ilegrradstion. the peer and depend ent. Our American Kliiiroeii forth nilhviuul willing nesa to the lordly mansion and the hum) le caUii, ready aPke to administer relief, and to o(Tf health and hppi oesa to the lofty and lov v, the rich and the poor. dr. John nuirs GREAT AMERICAN KING In Ihii TiNTtl WoxnF.K or iiib Wom.ti, and th- preatevt tl, s-iie,' ever offered to alllirted huuiunity; to the mf k riu million, the I'oi-ter r;in kv, rulief lit at your com mand. V' U have only to use this umicxl remedy. Ail those who utill sufferand will not aceept the proferrc j lialin. dem-rve not the pity of their fniuilie, This wonderful medicine, during the brief period sine it introduction, has earned happinenn to tlo heart of thousands, and made life a charm to many who heret foru regarded it only as a painful and Uiimrabie exist vr.ee. To the winds with all MniuienK Fml-rnration. Pain Killers, and I'ain Kxtractors, and let uiilliona of glad tongues proclaim the nieritx of the great ' American . King of I'ain." a preparation composed solely of vex tables and roots, produced bjr America's own rich aud bounteous m il. We would ask the T.MHEa, who are always competent Judge), of w hat is and what Is not a valuable family mA icine, to do us a specUl favor by giving the Kiuu of Pala a singlo trial, and if satisfactory, exert their lnllu.-nre in its behalf, recommend it, sp-ak well aud often of it, and Bee that it is iim1 by their a filleted neighbors. The lAdipsarealwayscharitahle. and when they induce their suiKrlng friends to use this really valuable nieMcioo, ihey will bo doing an art of beucvolcnce that they can well be proud of. This is a powerful and truly-uj;cal remedy for all external diseases, sores, swellings, burns, Ac, and for Many internal atllictions, it is a certn.n cure, yet it is perfectly harmless, and incapable of proJie lin; the least injurious effect iu the most delicate caves or the weakest constitution. It is entirely useless to follow the old and worn-out system of publishing to the' public thousands of certifi cates of wonders performed by this medicine. It cost but tfivnty-tire cents to try t, and Dr. Hull stakes liii well-earm d reputation on the Kin; f I'ain doing aX and more than he claims fi it. We would ask have you the Rheumatism ordont; these are not pleasant companions, and we know tank you would like to drive them away as suou a possible thcD use "HULL'S KING OF PAIV." Would you be cured almost Immediately of Bowel Complaint, Djsentcry. Summer CompkiMit.t'DOk'ra. Mor bus, Cramp Cholie, Head Ache, Toot U or any other acLa or paic, the remedy is simide and the cure certain, USB THE GRKAT KINO OP PAIN. Would you have your Peru, Swellings, Cuts, Bums, Scalds, llruises, or any other wonnds healed, we repeat It, use. the MAQJCiKlNO OK PAIN. Would you be cured of .e;ild Head. St!T Joints. Scr Throat, Neuralgia, .-ore Ilre.ist. I.uinlui'ro, Tetter or llinir Worm, &i)t Kl.ciiiii. Hit. set" JvUmuiis Insects, Chapped. IIti:d.s, an l all other !-i.r-.. either lry or Running, we sny a jain aud :igit;, votR ki.mi:i v Is lr. Jidju Hull's "KINO OK PA 1 X." Would you be cared cf King's I'vil. Cancer, Tumors, Frtsptiens. or any dis.eise f the caused by impure h.-o l. then use Dr. John Hall'.- .-':,r 'ip -irilla in'terualh', and the King of l'aia eO rn:ii:-.-. in. thing ran le iaor wsrtaiu than a stessd.v and eliei I n il i;r-.'. Tho a'love popular inoclieini just received nnd M' sal'by CIIA'S 1! I1A l'Il I',, I'otin istei', I'errvsburg. And by Dr. II. Ui kim it, Maiiuice ('itv.