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BUSINESS CARDS. rMiIK PKltlU'SBUKG JOURNAL is published Jl every S.iturJay, by S. Ci.akK, at $1 per year, cull in advance, or $f.2 in trade ; $1.25 cash in 0 month, or $ l."0 at the end of the year. Those in arrears will be charged at the rate of $1.5(1 for the present series until they jmy up, when they can get tin piper at the reduced price. P.ipers may be stopped at any time by paying up. Bl.VK.ltfU .Vl VHli.'L'helerr;,sburg liank is id w 0,1011 anJ prepared to discount short b.uiness paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and Kast e.i Hxeh inge. and t ransact other business in their liao. Interest paid o:i time deposits. J. S. NOltTON, Cashier. Oct. 1 . 1 S5. L'JXf WASHINGTON UNION IXSUKAXCi; Company ; Capital !i:jO),0()0. 1). B. Di'mi.xm, Pivs't. t ; i: i: : i: M yiatt. Treas. IIknkv II. I)oix;r., Agent for Wood county. CLnVllL.VM) MUTUAL. IX8UKAXCE Company-Capital .?....,.. II isks taken on rea- sonable terms, in the above responsible conn.anies, II. II. DODGE, Insurance A (rent. sonable terms, in the above responsible companies, DEALERS in Dry (Jools, Groceries, Hardware. Lu.nb-jr, ProduVj. and Merchandizegcnerallv.! S. J HFFERSOX. Attorney at Law, Solicitors Chancery, Land Agent. J. & W. 1LOOD, S dling oif ehe.a'i for cam down. I'Vonf-st.. Perry ilmrg, May 'Jl't. 1S".". &c. itc. Office in the court house, l'errvsburg.O. r. C. HOLT. Wholesale and lletail Dealerin U'.s3eU(Uir.outs, School, Theological. Gift f- Toy l 0 O lv S, Ifirptr's and Put nam a Monthlies, plain and f.i!icv Stationery, W rappintr and Wall Paper, Gold I'ens. &c..t;e., " Maumeo City, Ohio. 3 W. PIIM'.R. Hook Ithi.hr and Ulank Hook; X Manufacturer, over Speed's Telegraph Office, Toledo, Ohio. All blank books paged, when re quired, without extra charge. June !, 1X.V. J. W. KILLS cSc SONS; M inufacturers of all kinds of Pajier and IJlank Hooks. Springfield. Ohio. o. 'peruin; MANUFACTUUUlt of all styles of Carriages and Wagons, also, of HalKfc Post's Cultivator, warranted to do double the amount of work of any ordinary cultivator. Shop on Frontstreet. opposite Sp'ltt'ord's Hotel. Perrvsbiirg. Ohio. f21t.fl AiiiLi or Tin: Tnittts: ."its. SUMMIT STIIU'T. Tlll.klwi Hc,.m11 '1 . COOK respectfully informs his ten thousand personal friends, ami thegood people of Toledo, MaumeeCity, Perrysburg", and all the country round, that he has opened the most coin-j ile f e :i ml s 1 1 J i n:1 i il sf ocl: vc r i itl'i'i'i il i ?i tlim!tv n ml is receiving daily additionsfi-oni the besi European a'.id Ivit'ii'n manufacturers cif CLOCKS, WATCHES AN D JEWELRY.; It would be quite useless to attempt an enumera-j tion of the brilliant articles hisshow cases nowcon- t tin: but It lies and gentlemen will please calland; see his splendid CiJhl and Silvci Watflics, of every variety, quality and pattern. at pricesrang- injfrotn Ten to On I litulreil tiinl Fifty Dollars, SUPER.H (JOLD FOR CHAINS, t V' largest and rieliest assortment ever seen here, at I rolll Ttreht to Fifty Dollars. HEAVY it OLD (WARD CIULXS, ''1J'V l';uty weight and t.n.sh, at from J.r-tr,to lrly-,ce Dolors. Mv.iN-irii.v.NT Diamon-d Pixs ani luxos, of the: latest styles, mid at the lowest prices Sl'l'liitlOll Pn.N AMI Poiliirr KxiVKS. of elegant; p uterus and li lished workmanship, the finest lot in t.lWil. Pi. wx.Oi'tauox and B i: ai tifi i. Ixr.Aii C locks of the liL't manufacture, at Tiro nml n H'llflo FiJ' I) illors. With a countless variety of Lock irr.s, Gou P i:ci i.s, Rincs, Corn I'r.xs, l',.it Diiors, W.VTtu Si;ai.s, Ci ri' Pins, Bui-astpin. Bitooen i:s, Srr ns. .V And everything else ever seen or heard toll of in iewelrvastablislinient ?J3- q'.eial care given bv the best workmen in tin country to ukpa. hixo wtci. i:3 axi. r.ivEWt, iii.l nil wo' k warranted Tr rrt rort th' rlare-Vgu of the Hi HVri, Summit street. list ween Jefferson ard Mad-' toil streets. mrL'Oyl II. T.COOK. Frire.sloirrrtlinnthrlctivr.it. Kentucky TR SALIO bv L Perrysburg, sept 1 Seed Wheat, E. D. PECK & CO. D. II. NYE & CO. have removed their stock of Goods, saved from the late fire, into. TredwelVs Itlock, corner of Summit Ailams-stL, where they would be happy to see theirold friends. Ever grateful for the kindness and friendly feeling extended to them in time of distress, as weli as pros perity, they would be happy to see all, und will of fer their stock of books at a reduced price. Toledo. Feb.. 185"). 1) . 1 1 . NY E kC CL HELmIjOLD'S GEXUIXU PBEPAIIATIOXS. iiklmboms iiirntr.v coxckntjiated rosiroi'xi) FLUID EXTRACT LUCIIU, For discuses of the Bladder and Kidneys, Obstruc tions of the Urine, Chronic Gonori hua, Strictures, Gleets, V, eaknesses, and all diseases ot the Sex- ual Organs, whether in Male or I ema e. trom whatever cans, thev.nay have originated and no matter of how long standing. If you havecontractedthcterriblediseasewhieh,-waste, wheiionceseated in the system, will surely go down trom one generation to another, unclermihing t ic eonstitutim, and sapping the very vital fluid oflife, ,lo not trust vourse f in'the hnmls of nuacks. who do not trust yourself in the hands of quacks, who start ui everv clav and fill the tinners with false hoods, too well calculated to deceive the young and those notacquanted with their tricks. Yon cannot ' lln tlin fi'll.l.flll ill tl.A c.ln.a;.... . M,.tn,..l.. In tl.Ac : sv """""" i-tu, ... ''o'k' ri,.:.t v ,., t. . i ., 1 . ,,i I by eminent physicians the greatest remedy ever: ! known. It is a medicine perfect lv pleasar.t in its' taste and very innocent in its action, and yet thorni-li flint it annihilates every particle of the I raiiKan-i poisonous virus oi tins areadtui disease : and, unlike other remedies, it does not drv up the disease in the blond. ConstitntionalDcbility.broughtonbysclf-abuseJ a inostterribledisease.whichhasbroughtthousaiidsj of the human race to untimelygravesrthus blasting! the bnlln.nt hopes of parents, and blightingin the HUM UIC UlUUlim ttllllMUOII f'l UlilllV H tUUIl.l can be emed bv this Infallible Kemedv. And as a medicine which must benefit everybody, from the simply delicate tothe confined and despairing inva lid, no equal is to be found, acting both as a cure and preventive. IIELMBOIJVS HIGHLY CONCENTRATED Compound Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla, For Purifying the Hlood, removing all diasesari singfrom excess of Mercury, expomre and im prudence in life, chronic constitutional disease, arising from an impure state of the Hlood, and the only reliable nnd effectual remedy known for the cure of Scrofula. Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs, Tains and Swellings of the Hones, Tetter, .Pimples on the Face, and all Scalv Eruptions of the Skin. This article is now prescribed by seine of the most distinguished Physicians in the country, and has proved more efficient in practice than any pre- i paration ot s.arapanlla vet ottered to the miblic. ; Several cases ot secondary Syphilis, Jlercui ialand j Scrofulous diseases have entirely recovered in the ' incurable wards of our public institutions which had for many years resisted every mode of treatment that cold d be devised . These en srsfn rnisb tril. imr examples of the salutary effects of this medicine i j j j I I in arresting some of the most inveterate diseases, I Ln.oLio.a.tofdruguistsaKddealersevervwhe , All letters directed to the proprietor or" agei . 1 1 rs vT- after the glands were destroyed and the bones al ready affected. Notick. Letters from responsible Physicians and Professors of several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures t're m atients will be found accompanying both Preparations. Pitit ES, Fluid Extract Huchu, $1 per bottle, or (! bottles for ,5. " " " Sarsaparilla, same prices, equal in strength to 1 gallon Svrup of Sarsaparilla. Prepared and sold by II. T. 1IELMROLD, Chem ist, 2C3 Chest nut-st.. near the (i irard House, Pliilad. To be had of PECK & HAMILTON, Perrys- here ents ' receive immediate attention. f iune (i lolvK ,.,.P Wntch nml Iti liv Sit,,,... ; r-111E subscribers have opened a stock of Gold! ! JL and Silver Watches, German Silver and com mon Spectacles. Silver. German Silver and ulated I Spoons: Ear-rings, Finger-rings. Breast-pins, und , all the articles usually kept in such establishments. ' Clocks constantly for sale. Lettering neatly done. . Clocks, watches and jewelry carefully repaired. I J. II. WILLIAMS & SON Bowling Green, Amr. '-'0. ls.y. (;m 01 Seneca county. Ohio, i will otter at jmblie sale i 'o'.0rtf l'rr0 bl Vye Y"d , eoiintv, Ohio, on the 2.-d day ot November, A. D. , Wtween the hours of 10 .. m. and 4 r. m., the wcst I,a,t' of t,ie sollt1' west p:rter of section 2:1, !in town v nortli, of range nine east, taken as na'QI iiiMUti s r.i.p.. m virtue ot an to me directed from the court ot common pleas, execution j the property of Samuel Gingery at the suit of Wm. -fc against theaid Saminel Gig-1 1 Oct. 27,18.3-). 24v5l.C Wood Co., Ohio. An Open Polar Sea. Statement one of the Seamen who sailed in the Advance. ; , i, f en ,,;iut, ,1,, ., .,.r,..i-v f t -11 r .. 1 ,i r m i(l(:s.(nbf'd as. awfully grand; the limitless plum presenting to the eyes one vast barren and, save the dismal moaniiigs of the f arctic winds, silence everywhere prevailed. ; At Imgl!!, after incredible toil, further pro- Our further progress by the ship was inter cepted by limitless fields of solid ice. --. Dr. Kane disembarked, and commenced the over land journey north, in canine conveyances, consisting of a caravan of 60 Esquimaux and Labrador dogs, harnessed lo sledges, carry ing, besides the 40 weapons, &c, provisions for several months, a monument prepared in New York, to be erected on the spot where Sir John Franklin ami party are suppcsul to have perished. 1 he party journeyed over ice and snow at ! , ' ? Z,7hv 's p, tf?S US intercepted by a ast Open WB, extending in front and on either side until. lost in the distance. ! 'The thermometer had for several days ill - T . 1 1 1 I . " . tncaieci a gradual increase 01 tempera Hire, ? utllil it had reached zero : on the shores of ,IlIS northern sea it indicated a much higher temperature. The waters of this sea, as well solas the adiucent soil, indicated a tern ne rat lire 0f f,om 4Q to 45 deg. A Species of grass , r.,,. ,ur. . ' , c , , c , to. , , ) bers of herbiferou3 and other animals and birds, hitherto unknown to naturalists, were feeding or roaming in fearless indifference, The Relief has brought home a living bird, ,.eS(,lljbil lft in some aspects the silver seagull. mi i y i 1 . t ! 1 hls blnl u"a.s caugllt lvl" e J'OUllg, Oil the shores, and became entirely domesticated, and seems highly pleased with its new acquaintances. Difficulties of Arctic Navigation. The ivane expedition succeeded in crossing Melville bay and reached the headlands of Smith's sound, as early as the 6th of August, 1853. Finding the ice to the north com pletely impenetrable they were forced to at tempt a passage along the coast, where the rapid tides, running at the rate of four knots an hour, with a rise and fall of 10 feet, had worn a temporary opening. Previous to ta king this step, which involved great respon sibility, and proved in tact equivalent to ! sacrificing the brig, a Francis metallic boat. ' wit h a store of nrovisions thev ca it a. ; cuche in the Arctic was concealed as a ! pnns nf .-ptiPTi j,cnso1 eueat. I ne penetration Ot The pack ice, was at i i tpnded bv manv obstacles. The vessel croun- I ded with every tide, and but for her extreme strength would not have been able to sustain ihe shocks of the ice. She was twice ou her beam-ends, and once on fire from the up setting of the stoves. She lost her jibboom, best bower anchor, bulwarks, and 600 fath oms of warping-line. They were cheered however by a small daily progress, and by the 10th of September had succeeded in gain ing the northern face of Greenland, llere. the young ice froze around them, and com pelled them to go into winter quarters. For four months of the year the mercury was solid daily, and the mean annual temperature was 5 deg. below zero summer and winter. The scurvy was readily controlled, but the most fearful and novel feature of the winter was a tetanus or lockjaw, which defied all treatment. It carried away 57 of their best sledge dogs, and two men. ; Sachem, who has seen a specimen of the flour, I confirms Mr. Wilcox's statement in reference i . . rr1 . , i Us appearance The. com is pronouncQd -superior to any other kind for bojliilg in its green state. Those, who may wish to give ; lHst wheat Hour. Ilie editor ot the Uneidn ! A Ni:w Vauikty of Coitx. Mr. J. W. ; Wilcox, of Vernon, N. Y., has grown a new ; variety of corn. He calls it the. Bread Corn, ! and savs it produces flour equal in apnrnr- ; ance, and very similar in its qualities, to the. j t liis new corn a t rial can, doubtless, procure seed of Mr. Wilcox His address is 'Oneida, Madison CO., IS. .