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THE PERYSBURG JOURNAL.
lTrtU!il(l".HiV I1VIKV V 7 I Vil'T' ' Company ; Capital $.'(00,000. I). H. Dunham, l'ros't. Geo. Mv.utt, Treat, CluxTlantl r.Iatn.il lasui'asicc Compiinyt! Capital jJ20'i,0'.;'). Kisks taken on reasonable terms! in the above responsible companies', bv pHUKYSBUKO JOURNAL is published every L Saturday, by S. Clank, at $1 per year, cash in advance, orijl.'ij in trade; $ 1.2-5 cash in 0 months, or $1.50 at the end of the year. Those in arrears will bo charged at the rate of $1.60 for the present series until they pay up, when they can get the pa per at the reduced price. Papers may bf stopped at any time by paying up. B'ANKINO NOTICE. The Pi:iuiv.siu;iu; JIAXi. is now open and prepared to discount short business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and L'astern Exchange, anil transact other business in their lim. luteivst paid on times deposits. J. . NORTON, Cashier. Oct. It. 18f54.'.ni.f 11. II. joiMSK. Agent for Wood county. & V. 110411), Dealers in Dry Goods, (Jro J eerie, Hardware, Lumber, Produce, and Mer chandize generally. Selling; oil' cheap for cash. Froi,t-st., Penyslmrg, May 2li, ISu.j. SJFF PERSON, Attorney at Law, Solicitor in . . Chancery, Land Agent, ivt., &e. 0:'ice i;i t!i i court homo. I'crrvshm 'fif. Ohio. I) C. HOLT, Wh.leal 1 . Miiicellat'. -ouf, School Toy HO'Hvfl, Harper's a plain and fancy :itU:i'.jry Paper. Gold Fens. -c, -c ; and Retail Dealer in , 'i heologii.vil. Git't a!i;i iul Putnam's Monthlies. t. - lappm ciiui '.'"! , J-Ili't'itt ' tl JH( j) w. pip;:;;, no,,.': .1. Matrtf.icturer, ov-'r.-ij.'' Tolad.i, Ohio. All blank ! quired, without extra charge .1 lino '. I ". i.r Is and Blank Boi Telegraph Oili" pag?J, when r Pi:i?UIN. Manufacturer of all styles of Car- J ri.urcs and Wagons, also, of Ball & I'o.-tV Cultiv.tr. r, wa.vmied to do dmible the amount , o;'j t oris ot any o:li. i.iry cultivator. Shop on Front, tract, just below F.ea'-h's store, Ferrysl.urg, Ohi'i.i asji:a:j or tssk tijucjj: At the ti::;n of the Hig Watch, Kf-MM!T KTIIKMT, TOM-1)0. '- kj v, 11. T. COOK iVi-p 'Oti'iilly informs his ten lb ".i.-';nid personal friend?, und th-l ;ifo;-l of Toledo. M.uun.'o Oirv, Per- rvRbunr". and th i-oui-.'. v aroui d. th a he Itasot.ciicd and Uet uri tin: r. ;'-t c-.:iT.!vte and kiL;ii! ever oiVure 1 iii t'-o dtv. ;ud is roccitj g Li.il y ad.! ;;ui' .:v.l c; ;i ;n.u.li!..e liul bloi i. I :ilv M.l.i:. .ft,., i trr.,.',...- x.t . c , of ovifrv varietv, i;ii. d;lv in. d l.atlcrn, nt prices ran- thelarge.a..d iW.es. as-ortnicnt ever seen here,, Ul l7AVV '.S'l. , ii i i , w , , . i , , , u.l.1tc.lll-:l b.'iH.ty, WClirht audhn.rh, at i M (itt i.f i y C; I H t ji'imu j . . a v i 11 .. M AON 1 r'ICl'.NT 1) AMO.NI 11X8 AM) ItlMiS, 01 tllC latest ft vies, and at the lowest prices. i- i Stii'Kition i'i: am rociiirv iv.ni vr.s, oi eiegaui p-itterns and finished workiiianship, the finest lot in f'Wll. tions from tho l turcrs of CLOCKS. VATCI1R.5 AND JRWKLltY. It wouid bo 'U.;u u 'le;;s to attempt an enum tion of the brilliant article his s!iov-c iss contaui but ladies and oK'.icmu.l will lease call a. id bee hu sjdendid t-ing from T.'ii t: Or Kct.l.-lau l Dollars, srrinii hold t'on cuaiss. Plain, Octagox & LEArTiFi-L I xlaiii Ci-orRH, the best. iiia.'.U'.ictuie, at lu;, and a Half to Dollars. V. u!i a countless variety or Lockets, 11i,!,-",1. Kur Drops, Preast 1 ms. Gold 1 encils, 1,U L ill, mUU'JlH;.!, .-l'n, lV.ll.l.11 Ll.-i41, and lewe '-Special care given by the best workmen the country to rai .viking w.vtciii:s and juwei.kv, ; , , , ... every thing else ever seen or heard tell ol m elry estabbsbiiient. 1'rtces lover than lie (oicest. and nil work warranted. Don't forget the place 8ign of the Jiig WaUh Summit street, Toledo.' mr20 ROAD NOTICK. To the nun-resident and unknown owners of the north half of section '2.", 315 and 27, and the south half of section 21, and 22, the whole of 2.'), town t, range 10 east Wood county, Ohio. You are notified that the ominissioners of Wood county, at their December ftision, 1H55, granted a view and survey of two ounty roads, as follows: One commencing at the south east corner of section 24. said township, ihenoe west to the Miltonville & Liberty free turn pike. Tha other to commence at the south quar ter post of section 2.'i, thence north to the Portage free turnpike ; and that the viewers and surveyor will meet at the house of Adam lloss, on the 11th ot January, 18'0, to view and report upon said roidi. Anthony Ducat et at., Petitoners, Doc. 3, 1355.---30wl IlELMBOLD'S GIJNUIMJ PKISPAKATION fc. HF.LMIIOM's IIHiHI.Y CONCKNTKATEP COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, For di.se ises of the Bladder find Kidneys, Obstruc tions ot'the Urine, Chronic Oonorrh'ra, Strictures, Gleets, "Weaknesses, and all diseases of the Sex ual Organs, whether in Male or Female, from whatever cause they may have originated and no mattor-tif how long standing. If you have contracted the terrible disease which, when once seated in the system, will surely go down from one generation to another, undermining the constitution and sapping the very vital fluids of life, do not trust vial rsttlt in the nanus ot riuacks, who .in ..I . t,.. .1., .- CI! t'.n iwnvn ...Itli l'nlvo! hoods, too well calculated todeceivatlieyoungand j those not acquainted with theirtrieks. Yoncannot be too careful in the selection of a remedy in these case:!. 1 The Fluid Extract Buchu lias been pronounced l)y eminent plitsicians tile greatest remedy ever known. It is a medicine, perfectly pleasant in its taste and very innocent in its action, and yet bo thorough that it annihilates every particle of the rank and poisonous virus ot this dreadiuJ disease: and, unlike other remedies, it does not dry up the disease in the blood. Constitutional Debility, brought on by self-abuse, I a imn't terrible disetuse, which has brought thousands of the human race to untimely graves, t hus blasting j the bi illiant hoj.es of parents, and blighting in the ; bud t lie glorious ambition of many a noble-youth,; can bu cured bv thhi Infallible lJeii.edv. A lid as a medicine tt hich must benefit everybody, from the 1 si in ly delict te to the eon lined and desj -airing inva- lid, no ciiial is to be found, acting both as a cure j j and preventive. j ' 11KLMBOI.1VK HIGHLY CONCENTRATED I CoiaptmtMl Fl'if.1 Uxtvnct 'if Sarsaimrilla, j i l : Puntung the li loud, removing all diseases an- i f iug from excess of Mr renry, cxjio: -ure and ini-! prudence in l:iv, chronic cohstitntb l al disease, j: ri'-ing fn iu an ini ure f tate of the Blood, and j tlufi.K reln.iilc ami citectual rnneriy knowntor t lio euro ot ' r.croi'ula. fc?alt Rheum, -'caid Head, j Vlcoratioiis t f tl.e Throat and Legs, Pr.ins and Swellings of the Bones, Tetter, Pimples on the ! Fac", and all rr'ealv Fve.rt ions of the Skin. This article is now proscribed bv some of the j most diinguu bed l'l,sici;;ns in tl.'c country, and lias proved more ef.ieici t in practice than any pre-...?Vi:o.-Hl pa rat ion of Sarsapni il'.a yet oliVrcd to the public. i Several cases . f couth ry S;, pliilis. Icrcurial and . "CI canons iiirei.ni.-s na t e eni n eit i eccvcrcu in rue incurable warus ot our nubiic institutions which had for many years rc-,i.sted evert mode of treatment r!iat could be ilevit-L 'I'iie-eca 'csi'uruish striking examples f the .-uut.irv of. Vets f this medicine in arrcatii'g s'i ie of t!-.e inot ir.vetirate dijeascs, after the 'lands w ere des-trotid and the bones al ready alieetcd. N'.Vi ifi:. Li tters from rest ousiblc Phv:ieians ' , t , f 1 1 .. .T .... 1 . 11 1 i anil i roiesso in M-icrui .ncniuiii t uiivvrs, aim ; .,.,.ti,it.atcS of cures fn m paticuts will be found , i , ,n ,,;, , Pi:H i:s, Fluid Fxtract Buchu, $l lcr lottlc. ov . ., Sarsapiirillastime prices', TnnnStre,li;h!o lfU,.,n St rup a.parilla. ! Preiiared and sold bv II. 1 . II 1'. LM iOLD, Cheiu- ist "l. ! (Mo,stnnt-st..,;( llr the (Jirard House. Thil.,,1 I i ; : ! i To be had of PPCK & HAMILTON. Perrvs bnrg'.Ohio, and of drug gists and dealcrse very where. All letters directed to the proprietor or agents receive immediate attention. fjune iii i Usiir I i tiT i 1 VI kl F!,tl'!l SlXtl .lfl'fif I'tr fi.ltkrA- j f j, ,,. sul)sci.ihei.s ,uve opened n stock of Gold ftn(l Silver Watches, German Silver and com-l-,ftetn mw s,,ei.t.K.ies gnver, German Silver and plated iSi.oons; Par-rings. Finger-rings. Breast-pins, and , a t;lfe artit.lc3 usu;lHy kept in such establishments. in V Idl'hs coiisiain.i y ii'i p.nc, jiciicriinr iiuillivui a clocks watehc8 :inil jetvelrv carefully repaired J. II VlLLlVIS& SOP Bowling Green, Aug. 20. S.V 'Jli in -(ini Ja'piM Mourier vs. Peter F. Peachin. SllElMFF'S SALF. By virtue of an execution to me directed from the court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, I will expose to public sale at the door of the court house in Perrysburg.on the 17th day of December, 18f).', between the hours of I and t'o'cloek r. m. of said day, the following de scribed property, to wit : The east half of the south east quarter of section thirty, (30) township five (5) north, of range eleven (11) east, in Wood county, Ohio ; levied on as the propertv of defendat at the suit of said plaintiff. . W. L. COOK. Nov. 17, 1S35. 27w5.ji 1.7." Sheriff Wood co., O. John bonder's Estate. NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has been appointed and qualified as executor on the estate of John Souder, deceased, late of Wood county, Ohio; Persons having claims against said estate will please present them, and persons indebt ed to said etate will please call and " pay up." Noy.21, 1835.-?8v3 JOHN HlKEID. I ! ; ; ! Ferrysliurgr, ICacm cc & Toledo. The Packet bloop kwceper, McCollf.y, master, will ply between tl e above ports the ensuing season. For freight apply on board, or to B. F. lloi.LiKTEii & Co., lJerrysuuig. mil 31tf HoLLlSTI.H & Colton, Toledo. CHERRY PECTORAL, For tUe rapid Cure of COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCSIITIS,WISOQpnG-eOlJGII? I ROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. This remedy is offered to the comniunity with the confidence we feel in an article which seldom fails to realize the happiest efi'ects that can be de sired. So wide is the field of its usefulness and h numerous the cases of its cure?, that almost evert section of the country abounds in persons, publicly known, who have bet n restored from alarming niul even desperate diseases of the lungs, by its use. When once tried, its superiority over every other medicine of its kir.d ia too apparent to escape ob servation, and where its virtues are known, the pub lic no longer hetiiato what antidote to employ f i r the distressing and d:.ngeroun auctions of the pul monary organs, which ure incident to cur climate Nothing has called louder for the earnest inquiry of medical men, than the alarming prevalence and fatality of consumptive complaints, nor has any one class of diseases had more of their investigation and care. But as yet no adequate remedy baa been pro ! t ided, on which the public could depend for pro ! tection from attacks upon the respiratory organs, until the introduction of the Cherry Pectorftl. This article is the product of a long, laborious, and l bc ! lievif successful endeavor, to furnish the c niniunity with such a remedy. Of this last statement the American people are now themselves prepared to judge, and I appeal with confidence to their decis ion. If there is any dependence to be placed in w hat men of every class and station certify it has done for them, it we can trust our own senses, when tve see dangerous affections of the throat and lungs tieldtoit, if we can depend on the assurance of intelligent phybicianv, who make it. their business to know, in short, if there is any reliance upon any I thing, then is it irrefutably proven that this medi cine does relieve and does cure the class of diseares it is designed for, beyond any and all others that are known to mankind. If this be true, it cannot be too freely published nor too widely known. The afflicted should know it. A remedy that cures is priceless to them. Parents should know it, their children are priceless to them. All should know it, for health can be priced to no one. Not only should it be circulated here, but everywhere, net only in this country but all countries. How faithfully we have acted on this conviction, is shown in the fact that already this article has made the circuit of the globe. .The sun never sats on its limits. No con tinent is without it, and but lew peoples. Although not in so general use in other nations as in this, it is employed by the more intelligent in almost all civili.ed countries. It ?3 extensively employed in both Americas in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and the far off islands of the sea. Life is as dear to its possessors there as here, and they grasp at a valuable remedy with even more avidity than our selves. I'nlike'most preparations of its kind.it is an expensive composition of costly material. Still it is afforded to the public at a reasonably low price, and what is of vastly more importance to them, it quality is never suffered to decline from its original standard of excellence. Every bottle of this med icine, now manufactured, is as good as ever has been made heretofore, or as we are capable of making. No toil or cost is spared, in maintaining it in the best perfection which it is possible to produce. Hence the patient who procures the genuine Ch khhy Pec toral, can rely on having as good an article as has ever been had hy those who testify to its cures. . By pursuing this course I have the hope of doing ome good in the world, as well as the satisfaction of believing that much has been done already. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayeb, practical and ana lytical chemist, Lowell, Mass. Sold by Peck & Hamilton, Perrysburg: Ai.ikk & Nelson and Dr. II. Bubuitt, Maumee City, and all dealers everywhere. nov. 17iu6