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THE PEIUiYSBUUG JOURNAL.
O O O P ;itU.Y.Sl)UUG JOURNAL is published every JL SaturJ-iy, by S. Clark., at $ I per yoar, cash in ; a J vance, or 1, 23 in trade; $ l.j3 cash in (i months, I r $ l.)0 at the end of the year. Those in arrears! will bj chirked at the rate of 41.50 for the present! sjries until they pay up, when they can getthepa-i pur at the reduced price. Papers miy bv stopped at any time by paying up. VVKI.VH NOTICE. The Pkhkyshuh.i 15 HAN:. is now opati and prepared to discount' slioft busiiidts paper, Iniy and sell Gold, Silver, audi E ntern Exchange, and transact other business in thair line. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NOitTOX, Cashier. Oct. 14. 18.V4j2!)tf WAS1IINUJ TO.V UNION INSURANCE Company; Capital i?'i0O,0i)0. I), ii. Dunham, Pres't. (iui). Myuatt, Treas. Cl ;vjl,iiid .C ti t n 'i 1 Insurance Company; Capital $i.Mi,(MM). Kislos taken on reasonable terms; i:i the above rjsponsihle companies, by 11. If. Ioiiik, A ''out for Wood county j i i ' ' ' O JEl'TEKSON, Attorney at Law, Solicitor in! Ch iiicerv, Land Agent, &c, &c. Odiec in tho court house, Perryshur Ohio. JJ ('. HOLT, Wii-dusalo and Retail Dealer 111; . . Mis,: -11 ineoiis, School, Theological, Gift, and Toy IJDDlvS, Ilirper's and Putnam's Monthlies.: I 1 tin an ! f t ic-v Stationery, Wrapping and Wali P.ip jr, Gold Pens, iVc, Miuuice City, Ohio. : . -v w- di . i.-1 i . .1, i 1 . 1 m.. ..!. i 7! J , , . . . ,, ,., , , . . l 1 1 i;aeturer, ovor.peed s 1 eluirr iph Otnce, l 1 1 ifacturer, over Speed's Telegraph Office, Tuled , Oiiio. All blank books pagid, when re ijuii'e I. with nit extra charge. June U, I sV. C PEIlili.N, Manufacturer of all styles of Car I riagos a. id Wagons, also, of Ball & Post's uUiv.iLir, warranted to do double the amount of iir'; of anv (rreor, jmt , ordinary cultivator. Shop on Front ie!ow Heac'i's rttors, Perry sburg. Ohio. AIIIMD OF TIIC JTIIUS! At Lite Sign of t lie Big Watch, SUMMIT STHKEI, TOLEDO. II. T. COOlv respectfully informs his ten lliousan I personal friends, and t lie good people of Toledo, Maumjo City, Per and thrj country around, that he has opened and keeps up the m st complete and splendid .stock ever otfV red in the city, and is receiving daily addi tiuin from the bast European and eastern manufac turer of CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY. 1 1 would be quite useless to attempt an enumera tion of the brilliant articles his show-cases contain; rvsOur , : .u-w lad.es aii.l gentlemen will jnease call and see bui sjden lid lc... -,r t . '. "l"u "' 1 .iit.iiw, SV'Ullli (i()Ll) C.1A.S', nf every variety, quality and pattern, at prices ran- 7'c to One I Iwlreil ami F.f'lu D.ilars. SU'ERH (SOLD FOll CHAINS, the largest and richest assortment ever seen here, at prices froin 7'ireiv to Fiffy p.ilnri. 1II1AVY (iOH) Ol' A Hi) C11AL, i i u lequ.uiiTii ueiiuiy, nwgui auu 010,11, m iroui to F.trly-Fioe Dollars. , M aoxikickn r Diamond Pins axi Uinhs, of tlie latest styles, and at the lowest prices. ; Si I'Kiiiou Pkn and Poorkt Ksivks. of elegant; p Ut, -rus and finished workmanship, the riiiest lot in , T Pi.ais, Ocr.vdox & Bkautih;i. Ixlaiu Udciis, of thi best manutacture, at 1 no and a Hi!) to. J-'if'e-'ii Dollars. With a couiule.ss variety of Lockets, Kings, Gold Pens, Ear Drops, Ureast Pins, Gobi Pencils, 'u:f Pins, liroouhes, Studs, Watch Seals, and everything else ever seen or heard tell of in a jew.'lrv establishment, i'rire.t iuwer than , 'lie lowest.', .V Special care given by tho best workmen in; to- country to it.U'.WHixG wtciu;s anu jeweuiv,! a id all work warranted. j Z''D)u't forget the plate Sign of the Dig M Vrr Summit street, Toledo. mn'O . . Valuaule E.'arm tor Mi it able terms ri ' aoro-- river' I west half of j TXfE offer for sale, on very reason V V ver tract .I.-, containing HI tract .j!). containing l!ai acres, and the s nith west quarter of section 14, in town ', U.S. II., j noutuiuinsr 80 acres, all in Wood county. All this Und lies in a body, witliiu about :) miles of Perrys-! biu-g. The farm is well watered, and has upon , a has orchard and over aore-s ot wsii improyeuj rX the greater part of which is bottom land of j very bt nuality. For terms, impure of N".)v.'l7,13.V'. -'7tf MuaiiAv Si Doixif. Kxparte Jesse S. Norton. I NOTICE. Jesses. iSorion lias hied a petition in tho court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, asking said court to vacate the subdivision of i Taylor Southgate in .aid town of Perry sbu,,. ot out-lot No. 199 into town lots, streets -and alleys,! ita or .riiml rand t on as an l to restore the same to its original condition asl an out-lot. i he petition win te ror hearing at tne , next term of said court. Mt'BRAT & DoiidE, ! April 5, 1856. 47w9f2.CS ' - ' UELMBOLD'ii GENUINE PKEPAHATIONS. . HUt.MHOr.D's Uiaitf.V COSCliNTItATKVt COMTOUNli FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, Fordiserses of the Bladder and Kidneys, Obstruc tions of the Urine, Chronic Gonorrhoea, Strictures, j cases. 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 vou have contractedthe terribledisease which, when once seated in the system, will surely go down from one generation to another, undermining the constitution and sappingthe very vital fluids of life, do not trust yourself in the hands of quacks, who start up every day and rill the papers with false j hoods, too well calculated to deceive the young and those not. aco,uanted with thtirtricks. Yon cannot be too careful in the selection ot a remedy in these 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 action, 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 blood. Constitutioiml Debility, broughton by self-ajnise, a most tcrrib cdisease.vt hich has brougiitthousands of the human race to uritinielvgraves. thus blasting t h f brilliant hopes of parents, and blighting in the Iud the glorious ambition ot manv a noble vouth. , " ,, . , can oe cureo oy tins 1 man 101 e Jt emeu v. And as a medicine which must benefit everybody, from the' simply delicate to tlieconfined and despairing inva- lid. no equal is to be found, acting both as a cure preventive. IIELMUOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED Compound Fluid Extract of Sar.saparilla5 For Purify ing the ISIood, removing all diseases ari- sing from excess or Mercury , ex jiosure and ltn- prudence in life, chronic constitutional disease, rising from an impure state of the Blood, and only reliable and etfectual remedy known for the cure of Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, of the Throat and Legs, Pains and Swellings of the lioues, Tetter, Pimples on the Face, and allSealy 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 I paration of Sarsaparilla vet offered to the public. Several cases ot secondary Syphilis. Mercurial and Scrofulous diseases have entirely recovered in the! incurable wards of our public institutions which liurl fit. 111 11 v I'dni'd folisfAil ftarA.. . ...4 tl1!lt could bedevised. Thesecasesfurnish striking examples of the salutary effects of this medicine , arresting some or the most lnveterntp cl Ispimpfi N otitic. Lettersfrnm re.snonsibli. Phvs!ci:iii after the glands were destroyed and the bones al 'gingfrotn ready affected. N'otick. Lettersfrom responsible Physicians mn Professors of several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures from patients will be found accompanying both Preparations. pnici:s , Fluid Extract Uuchu, 1 per bottle, or y bottles for $5. Sarsaparilla, same prices, Cqa in strength to srallon Svrup of Sarsaiarila ,.Pri.ired and sold bv II. T. ll'F.lATHOI.n Cl,0, ist,-2li:3 Chestnut-st.. near the Girard House. Philad. To he had of PECK & HAMILTON, Perrvs- 1nrfer ()llio ,andofdruggistsanddea1ersevervwhere a 11 iti-pra Arei-t tn tho ..rnnrioti, n; u.,. receive immediate attention. fjune Hi Howling Green Watch and Jewelry Store. rilUE subscribers have opened a stock of Gold X and Silver Watches, German Silver and com- mon npecraeies, miver, uernian Miver and plated Spoons; Ear-rings, Finger-rings, Breast-pins, and all thi articles usually kept in such establishments, j Clocks constantly for sale. Lettering neatly done. Clocks, watches and jewelry carefully repaired. J. II. WILLIAMS & SON. Bowling Green, Aug. 20, 1S33. (im recovered from his late'illness and is prepared to resume business. All orders in his department will be at-jn,ul Carious TV1, J J' BLECIIER, Surgeon Dentist, would respectfully announce to his old friends j g&3W a the public generally that he has j tM tf) with - ncn . . , . , , , . . . ., . . c. j ay",at a"d Zn teeth tilled and extracted. Teeth inserted r nld TROPIC UftSK. an inviilnnhle mmmlv fr nil ,1;,. Il fi.T c..(,,il.,,in:ii I plaints. Indigestion. Dyspepsia. Cutaneous Erup ,tions, halt Hluum, Krysipetas, Cc Canker and Nursins Sore Mouth i Bronchial Affections. and General Debility w.ith wonderful efficiency in grifyin h. Uoo J. giving tone and elasticity to the system, thereby insnirlnr, pr nrJ nn,nk0 k.... " ia. cutaneous t'-rnp-, , Coughs, Headache. IVn1! inspiring energy and power to throw off those nu" , merous diseases incident to this climate, ! In quart bottles, at $1 each. ' 2tf PECK Si HAMILTON. "7 OTICE. John H. Keid. administrator of t lie 1 estate of Joseph Gales, deceased, and of the estate i f Jacob Kingfield, deceased, has this day filed his accounts in the office of the probate judpe of Wood county for final settlement in each of said efctutcs. Paid matters will be for final hcarirg on the 14th day of April, A.r. 18(i. JOHN A. KELLEY, Probate Judge. Pcrrysburir, March 24, 18oG. 4(iwo CHERRY PECTORAL, For I lie rapid Cure of f OUGIIS, f OLDS, HOARSENESS. B5l0tIIITIS.WH00ri(i-(0rGII, CROCP, ASTiniV, AD CONSURIPTION. This remedy is ofi'ered to the (iirn ut i'v vs ii the confidence we teel 111 an article v lot h n i( i'-i . fails to realize the happiest effects that cs.n 1 t t'e and 'sired. So wide is the field of its uscfi.lrcss n d m numerous the cases of its cures, that almost ncrv section of the country abounds in veiK is, 1 iblid'v known, who have been restored fit m aluimii g i.n even desperate diseases of the li.ns, l.y iis Lte.-- hen once tried, its superiority over ei eiy 01 J c r medicine of its kind is too apparent to eKi.j e t L a servation, and w here its virtues are known, the j 1 b the lit" no longer hesitate what antiekte to c tnj ley i' r the distressing and dangerous rfi'cctic us of the j ul Ulcerations monary organs, which are incident to e ur climate. ' Nothing has called louder for the earnest inquiry j of medical men, than the alarming prewilii.ee ai.d ; fatality of consumptive complaints, nor has anv one class of diseases had more of their investigation ar.d care. Hut as yet no adequate remedy has been pro vided, on which the public could depend for pro- tect ion from attacks ution the respiratory cigun: until the introduction of the Cherry Pectoral. This article is the product of a long, laborious, cr.d 1 be- . livo ciw.noubful flmlpnvir tr fuviicli 4)i r r Tvmui.i1 V with such a remedy. Of this last statcB'.ent ' American people are now themselves prepared to jiuiG'e. anel I p.rineal with confidence to their decis ion. Jt tliere is any dependence to be placed in I what men of everv class and station certify it bus ' done for them, if we can trust our own senses, when j we see dangerous affections of the throat ar.d lurgs Jjitdd to it, if we can depend on the assurance of I intelligent physicians, who make it their business to Know, in snort, it tliere is any reliance upon ary Tfelre thing, then is it irrefutably proven that this med'i- i cine does relieve and does cure the class of diseases 5t is designed for, bevond anv and all others that are 1 known to mankind. If this "bo true, it cannot be i too freely puMished nor too widely known. The lnfHi..tc,l i.l.r.,,11 1.,,.. If . ... . 11. v. niiun ti. 41 mitt u 1 llldl L uj I n is priceless to them. Paients should kr.ow 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. "llow faithfully" v e 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 withoutit.andbutfew peoples. Although not in so general use in other nations as in thisit, is employed by the more intelligent in almost all civilized countries. It is 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. Cnlike'most preparations of its kind, it is i an expensive cc reposition of costly material. Still i u 18 affo"aed to the public atarecsonably low price, vv,iat is of vastly more importance to them, its i 4ua'"J euuei eu i ueciiue ircm us original ; icine. now manufactured, isas eood asever has been standard ot excellence. Jr. very bottle of this med ; made heretofore, or as we ore capable of makine'. ' ,i . .aitu, ... ........aum.K u in uic lim j perfection winch it is possible to produce. Hence Ktb7.; Ve n donlr n..u r- t r i . .Vr". r. y lyticni cnemist, i.owell, Slass. I the patient who procures the genuine Chekky Pkc- article as nas cures. vhiv ill tnv il ui 1U n CJl 3 Vliy f7tl I laiClt, LA V'll TOKA CRfl reJ ()n iiavirg a8 good Rnnrtic( evor been ,md bv f hoge tefc8tif itg I . B-' P-ing tiiis course I have the hope o ana- Sold by Peck & Hamilton, Perrvsbure : Ai.tr.n 4 Nelson and Dr. II. Bcriutt, Maumee City, and all dealers everjAvhcre. hot. 17or.G " "