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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.
335 pHLlUYSBlMG JOURNAL is published every -L Saturday, by S. Clank, at $1 per year, cash in advance, or J? l-'lo in trade ; $1.25 cash in (i months, or $1.50 at the end of the year. Those in arrears will bo charged at the rate of $1.50 for the present series until they pay up, when they can yet the pa per at the reduced price. Papers may be stopped at any time by paying up. BVKlU NOl'ICIi. The PmiicrsHuiMi BANK is now open an J prepared to discount short badness paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and E Ht.ern Exchange, and transact other business in their Una. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. It. 1S.1t.--29 tf WASiIIXTO UNIOV INSURANCE Company ; Capital S'WU.niiO. 1). 15. Dunham. I'rcs't. (J no. Mviiatt, Trcas. Clnvlund Mutual Insurance Company; Ci;iiril $200,(iMt. Risks taken on reasonable terms in t!u above responsible companies, by II. II. Doner:, Agent for Wood county. S JEFFERSON, Attorney at haw, Solicitor in . Chancery, Land Agent, &., &c. O.'Vice in the court house. Perrysburg, Ohio. X) C. HOLT, Wholesale and Retail Denier in Miscellaneous, School, Theological. Gift and Toy BOOKS, II irpor's and Putnam's Monthlies, plain and fancy Stationery, Wrapping and Wall Paper, (Jold Pens, &e., &'c, Mumiee City, Ohio. I") W. PIPjJR, Biol; Hinder :A Blank Book J. 'I 1 1 'i ict ure r, over Speed's Telegraph Oilice, To!. I , Ohio. All blank books pagjd, when re quire I, without extra charge. J '.i-ie !), I ''. C1 PE llll IX. Manufacturer of all styles of Car J ' riages ami Wagons, also, of Ball & Post's Cultivator, warranted to-do double the amount of work of any ordinary cultivator. Shop on Trout trejt, just bolow Beach's store Perrysburg, Ohio. A 21 HAD Or THIS TMI123! At the Sign oftht Big Watch, SUMMIT STKliKT, TOLKHO. fiy II. T. COOK respectfully informs his .j'Vjen thousand personal friends, and the t:iiS good people of Toledo, Maunne City, Per rysburg. and the tsountry around, that he has opened and keeps up the most complete und splendid stock ever offered in the city, and is receiving daily addi tions from the best European and eastern manufac turers of CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY. It would bo quite useless to attempt an enumera tion of the brilliant articles his show-cases contain; bill ladies and gentlemen will please call and see his iplcndid oIl and Silver Watches, rf ovcrv variety, quality and pattern, at prices ran- t'iii" from Ten to One Hundred and Fiftu Dollars. SUPERB COLD FOH CHAINS, tbe largest and richest assortment ever seen here, at pries from Tteelce to Fifty Dollars. UF.AVY COLD GUARD CHAINS, of uinipialh'd beauty, weight and finish, at from Tttdve to F.irty-Five Dollars. Magnificent Diamond Pins ani Hinds, of the latest styles, and at the lowest prices. Supiiiuoii Pi.n ani 1'ock.kt Knivks, of elegant patterns and finished workmanship, the finest lot in town. Plain, Ootacov & Bfi vrTiFrr. Inlaid Clocks, f.f the b?st inanufaeinre, at Tieo and a Half to Fifteen Dollars. With a countless variety of Lockets, Kings, " (Jold "Pens, Ear Drops, Breast Fins, Cold Pencils, CntF Pins, Brooches. Stud, Watch Seals, and everything pise ever seen or heard tell of in jewelry establishment. Prices lower than the lowe.it. .3f.Special care given by the best workmen in the country to hapaumno watches and juwkliiy, and all work warranted. f -3"Dou'l forget the place Sign of the Hig Watch Summit street, Toledo. mr20 Wood Common Fleas. Petition to Selt Land. John Bates, adm'r of Edward llotchkiss, dee'd, vs. Crace llotchkiss et at. "1UU"H IIOTCHKISS, Sarah llotchfciss. Jane l.T E. Merrinian, Elias P. Merriman, Charles (J. Mcrriman, Adeline If. (irannis ami Charles B. GraiinK will take notice, that John Bates, admin istrator of Edward llotchkiss, deceased, has riled petition in the court of common pleas of Wood fount v, Ohio, asking an order to sell the following veal estate of the decedent :- E. hf. S. E, qr. Sec. .1:1. T. f'i, It. 1 1. 8 acres ; N. W. qr. N. W. qr. Sec. T. .1, It. 12, 40 acres ; N. Wr. qr. N. E. qr. See. l.T. 4, It. 11, 40 acres; S. W. qr. N. W. qr. Seo. 27. T. It. 9, 40 acres ; W. hf. S. E. qr. Sec. 3i, T. M. II. 11, 80 acres ; E. part N. W. fraction Sec. 10, T. 7, It. 12, in Wood county, Ohio, Also, in-lots in Perrvsburg, in said county, No. 592, 593, 53,1, und. hf. and in-lot 9, block 2, HoHister's addition, to pay debts; and that said petition will be for hear ing at the ensuing spring term of said court. M UK It AY & DODGE, Attys for Pet. Feb. 2, 135G. 38w5$3 HELM HOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS. iiki.mboi.d'h irirjiir.v ponckntkatf.d compound FLUID EXTRACT I5UCI1U, For diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, Obstruc tions of the Urine, Chronic Gonorrhoea, 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 matter of 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 yourself in the hands of quacks, who start up every day and fill the papers with false hoods, too well calculated toiioceivetlieyoungatic! those notacquanted with theirtricks. You cannot be too careful in the selection of a remedy in these cases. The Fluid Extract Buchu has been pronounced by eminent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. It is a medicine perfectly pleasant in its taste and very innocent in its nction, and yet so thorough that it annihilates every particle of the rank and poisonous virus of this dreadful disease; and, unlike other remedies.it does not dry up the disease in the hioou. Constitutional Debility. brough ton by self-abuse, amostterrib edisease,which has brought thousands of the human race to untimely graves, thus blasting the brilliant hopes of parents, and blightingin the bud the glorious ambition of many a noble youth, can be cured by this Infallible Kemedy. And as a medicine which must benefit everybody, from the simply delicate to the confined and despairing inva lid, no equal is to be found, acting both as a cure and preventive. IIELMBOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED Compound Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla, , For Purifying the Blood, removing all diseases ari sing from excess of Mercury, exposure and im prudence in life, chronic constitutional disease, u rising from an impure state of the Blood, and the only reliable and effectual remedy known for the cure of Scrofula, Salt Bheum, Scald Head, Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs, Pains and Swellings of the Bones, Tetter, Pimples on the Face, and all Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. This article is now prescribed by some of the most distinguished Physicians in the country, and has proved more efficient in practice than any pre paration of Sarsaparilla yet offered to the public. Several cases of secondary Syphilis, Mercurial and Scrofulous diseases have entirely recovered in the incurable wards of our public institutions which had for manv years resisted every mode of treatment that could be devised. Thesecasesfurnish striking examples of the salutary effects of this medicine in arresting some of the most inveterate diseases, after the glands were destroyed and the bones al ready affected. N otic i:. Lettcrsfrom responsible Physicians and Professors of several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures from patients will be found accompanying both Preparations. Piuces, Fluid Extrac t Buchu, $1 per bottle, or i bottles for $5. " " " Sarsaparilla, same prices, equal in strength to lgallon Syrup of Sarsaparilla. Prepared and sold by II. T. HELM BOLD, Chem ist, 2(!3 Chestnut-st.. near the Girard House, Philad. To be had of PECK & HAMILTON, Perrys burg, Ohio, and of druggists and dcalersevery whore. All letters directed to the proprietor or agents receive immediate attention. r.i"''e lb n a Howling tireeii Watch and Jewelry Store rilllE subscribers have opened a stock of Gold -L and Silver Watches, German Silver and com mon Spectacles, Silver, German Silver and plated Spoons; Ear-rings, Finger-rings, Breast-pins, and all tlvi articles usually kept insuch establishments. Clocks constantly for sale. Lettering neatly done. Clocks, watches and jewelrv carefully repaired. J. II. WILLIAMS & SON. Bowling Green, Aug. 20, 1855. (im DR. J. J. BLETHER, Surgeon Dentist, would respectfully announce to his old friends ffw? and the public generally, that he has V'v?f3C. recovered from his lateillness and is prepared to resume business. All orders in his department will be at tended to with promptness and dispatch. Carious teeth rilled and extracted. Teeth inserted on gold and silver plate, and by pivot. Office at Spaffoid's Exchange. " nov24tf OCK ROSE, an invaluable remedy for all dis eases of the Liver, Scrofulous and Biliouseoni- plaints. Indigestion. Dyspepsia. Cutaneous Erup tions, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Coughs, Headache, Canker and Nursing Sore Mouth, Rheumatic and Bronchial Affections, and General Debility. It acts with wonderful efficiency in purifying theblood, giving tone and elasticity to the system, thereby inspiring energy and power to throw off those nu merous diseases incident to this climate. In quart bottles, at $1 each. 2tf PECK & HAMILTON. It A. J. Gardner vs. John Appleman. Before E. O. Oliver, justice of the peace of Weston township, Wood county, Ohio. ON the 5th day of February, 185i. said justce is sued an order of attachment in the above action for the sum of ten and 40-100 dollars, and for costs that may accrue. A. J. GARDNER. G ileail, 1'tb. 1 2, 1 850. 4 1 v3 For the rapid Cure of COUGHS, COLDS, II0ARSEXESS, BIiONCHITIS,WIIOO PING-COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. This remedy is offered to the tcn.nuniity whh the confidence we feel in an aiticle which s t ick in fails to realize the happiest effects that can 1 e e'e sired. So wide is the field of its usefulness u d w numerous the cases of its cures, that ahnost cveiy section of the country abounds in persons, publicly known, who have been restored fi cm alannii g ti.d even desperate diseases of the lunps, by its i.se. When once tried, its superioiity over ocry other medicine of its kind is too apj aier.t to cFcu.e ob servation, and where its virtues are known, tl.e pub lic no longer hesitate what antidote to employ ft.r the distressing and dangerous afl'ectiors of the I i:l monary organs, which are incident to our cfiniatr. Nothing has called louder for the earnest inquiry of medical men, than the alarming prealtice ui.d fatality rf consumptive complaii.ts, nor has any oi:e class of diseases had more of their investigation ai:d care. But as yet no adequate remedy has been pro vided, on which the public could depend for pro tection from attacks upon the respiratory oigsns, until the introduction of the Cherry Pectoral. '1 Ids article is the product ot a long, jabcric us, and 1 l-e-lieve successful endeavor, to furnish the ct n:miiniiy with such a remedy. Of this last state incut li e American people are now themselves prepared to judge, and 1 appeal with confidence to their decis ion. If there is any dependence to be placed in what men of every class and station certify it htis done for them, if we can trust our own senses, when we see dangerous affections of the throat and lurs yield to it, if we can depend on the assurar.ee of intelligent physicians, who make it their business to know, in tlioi t, if there is any reliance ripen any thing, then is it irrefutably proven that this medi cine does relieve and docs cure the' class of diseases 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. 1 he afflicted should knew it. A remedy that cures is priceless to them. Parents should kr.c.w 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, not only in this country but all countries. Dow 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 sets on its limits. No con tinent is without it, and but few peoples. Although not in so general use in other nations as in this, it is employed by the more intelligent in almost all civilized ccuntries. It is extensively employed in both Americas in Europe, Asia, Afiica, Austialia, 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. Unlike most preparations of its kind, it is on expensive oornposition of costly material. Still it is afforded to the public at a reasonably low price, and what is of vastly more importance to them, its quality is never sufleied to decline frcm itsoiiginal 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 bet perfection which it is possible to produce. Hence the patient who procures the genuine Chekry Pec toral, can rely on havirg as good an article oshr s ever been had by those who testify to its cures, By pursuing this course I have the hope of doing cme good in the world, as w ell ns the satisfaction of believing that much has been done already. Prepared by Dr. J. C. At eh, practical and and', lyticol chemist, Lowell, Mass. Sold by Peck Si Hamilton, Terrysburg: Al.Li K k Nelson and Dr. II. Bubbitt, Maumee City, and all dealers Trjwl.tre. nor. l'paf