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THE PERRYSBURG JOUHNAl;.
A Good Commencement. President Pierce,
Que'eu "Victoria, Emperor of Russia, King of
Holland, President Santa Anna, Emperor of
Austria, Pope of Rome, Emperor of China,
King of Denmark, Queen of Spain, King of
IV'Igium, Sultan of Turkey, King of Prussia,
King of Sweden, Emperor of France, King
of Sardinia, and, in fact, portraits of all the
principal rulers of the. world, at the present
time, may be found in G lea son's Pictorial
for the present week, being number one of a
new volume. ' Rvsides the above, this beau
tiful weekly contains quite a number of oth
er fine, engravings,' such as New Years festi
vals in Germany, China, Algiers, and the
West Indies. Also a group of the N. York
Police, in their new regulation uniform
( hief. captain, privates, &c. A Family Re-
iii.-.ter ; Scenes m Iurkev: a lurkish Lady
nt home; n Turkish Soldier ; a Turkish Fruit
Vender; a Turkish Policeman, &c. Anum
Ix-r of excellent stories, poems, etc., by th
best American authors, are also to be found
in the above number ; and, to crown all, the
paper has com; out in an entire new dress,
b:ing much beautified throughout. Terms
f the Pictorial one subscriber, one year,
3 ; two subscribers, one year. 85 ; four, $9 ;
Mght, 610. Single copies, at six cents each,
may be obtained at any of t lie periodical de
pots throughout the. country.
Further to establish police regulations for
the government of the town of Perrysburg.
lie it ordained by the town council of the
town of Perrynbnrg,
Sec. 1. That whenever any fine shall be
imposed by the mayor for a violation of any
provision of the ordinance entitled an ordi
nance establishing police regulations for the
government of the town of Perrysburg, pas
sed May 18, 16-W, the Mayor is authorized
to commit the person fined to the jail of the
county of Wood until the fine and costs of
prosecution shall be paid or there bo a dis
charge therefrom by due. course of law.
Sec. 2. That the 10th section of the ordi
nance, to which this is amendatory, be and
is hereby so amended as to read as follows,
to wit: All swine, the property of persons
residing within the limits of the town of
Perrysburg, are hereby prohibited from run
ning at large within the limits of such cor
poration, under a penalty of two dollars for
-aeh swine so found running at large contra
ry to the provisions of this section, unless
nu b swine shall have rings of wire fastened
in their noses so as to prevent them from
rooting up the ground; and the marshal is
required to distrain and impound every swine
h lonml running at large without such rings
in its uose as above required ; and if such
oenultv and costs are not paid within one
day ater such swine are impounded and dis
trained, to sell thr; same at public auction to
the highest bidder, and to apply the proceeds,
first, to pav tueostof proceedingand penalty
aforesaid, and the balance, if any, shall be de
limited with the mayor, and be paid to the
owner of such swine on demand. The first
.section of this ordinance to take effect from
the time of its passage; the 2d section to
luke effect on anil after the 1st day of March,
Sec. 3. That the 10th section of the ordi
nance, to which this is amendatory, be and
the game is hereby repealed.
I certify the above to have been duly pas
wd at a meeting of the Town Council of the
town of Peerrvsburg. hdd December 31st,
JAMES MURRAY, Recorder.
A new city is to be built on the Mississip
pi river, at live terminus of the Illinois Cen
'tral railroad, nearly opposite Dubuque. The
name of the new town is Dunleaf, and the
'irant County Herald volunteers to write it
into notoriety after this fashion :
' " Dunleaf is accessible by balloon, rope or
winalass and steain pover. iNature has also
ordained that iuhall be all over accessible at
times, for rafts and canoes ; so Dunleaf is
navigable and accessible. Among the living
luxuries ever abounding, are fever and ague,
bull frogs, and the like.
The .Captain General of Cuba has issued a
decree declaring his determination to sup
press the 6lave trade, but authorizing as a
substitute, the introduction of free Indian
Jibojrexs, Asiatics or Spaniards.
Perrysburg Prices Current.
Wheat, $l.W51.5; Flour Jrt.fiOO.fiO; Hve, 60;
Com, 3"CT0 ; Oats 34(rf37; flaxseed 87&$1.00;
Timothy. $l.f0(r2,00 ; Clover $4.00f2;4.f0 ; Pota
tocs31r37; Apples, preen, f.0(rr$1.00, dried, $1.25
to .0; lJeiins, $I.25fr5l..'j(; Butter 15(&18; Eggs,
Id to 12; Beeswax, '22 to 25; Feathers, 31 to 44 ;
Fresh Pork, 4 to 4f ; Mess do., $15.00 to 15.00;
Prime, ,f 12,50; Hams 10((C12 ; Shoulders 7 to 8 ;
Sides 8 to 10; Fish, pickerel $7,60; white bass
$5.50('r(i.OO ; Shingles, white wood $1.00, pine
$2.50(.00 ; Staves, flour barrel $3.50 to 3.75, tisht
barrel $5.50(0.00 ; Hides, green 34 to 4, dry 7 to 8 ;
Tallow 8 to 10 ; Lard 8 to 10 ; Wood $ 1.251 .50 ;
Onions 75 ; Wool 3"('510 cts. Hogs 4 to 4Jc.
rpO KENT Kivcr Tract 5'J of the Wilkison
L Farm, for the term of three years. Cash rent.
livmir.- of A. W. JKVVETT. MmiTree City.
Adam Householder's Estate.
Tun undersigned has been dulv appointed and
qualified as administratrix of the estate of Ad
am Householder, deceased, late of Wood county, O
All persons bavin" claims airainst said estate will
please present them, duly authenticated, without
delay. PHEBE HOUSEHOLDER, Admr'x.
January Hi. 1854. 45w.J
"M'OTICE is hereby given, that a petition will be
J. 1 presented to the commissioners of Wood coun
ty, at their next session, for the viewing and laying
out a county road as follows, to wit: Beginning in
the center of the road at the west end of the plat of
the town cf Freeport, on the section line between
section fifteen mid sixteen, thence south on the sec
tion line between said sections, passing near the
dwelling house of Melchior Dunekle and Samuel
Wollam, to the Perrysburg & McCutchensville state
road, near the dwelling house of Jacob Kinnaman,
in Perry township, and there terminate.
Dec. 13. Is53.--.44w4
Wood Common Pleas.
ition for Divorce.
THE defendant, Fanny Dull, is notified that peti
tioner, Samuel Dull," has tiled in Wood common
pleas a petition for divorce from her, assigning for
cause, gins neglect of duty and willful absence : and
that saiil petition will be heard the ensuing sprint;
term of said court. S. JEFFERSON.
un. U, 1S54.--44WU Sol. Pet.
MOUSE'S Syrup of Yellow Dock, a remedy
for disordered BOWELS and BLOOD, just
received. See adv't. PECK & ROBERTSON.
Tyriss 'L 1 dow D would respectfully an-
i . nonnco to tne ladies . ot I'erryslmrg that she
has just established a Millinery and Dress-making
in the rooms over Messrs. Powcrs's store. Work
done to order, in (linn atvlo imrl nn nnantifihla nrmo
Hiram P. IiarUno Notice is hereby given, that
vs. S by virtue of a writ of vendi, to
Jarvis Stafford. ) me directed from the court of
common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, I will offer
for sale, on the 2d day of February next, between
the hours of t ne and four p. m., at the door of the
court house in Perrysburg, the following real estate,
to wit: Jnlot No. 334, in the town of Perrysburg,
with the improvements, taken in execution as the
property of the defendant ails, of plaintiff.
THOMAS L. WEBB, Sheriff.
Jan. 2. 1!54. 43w51.03
R. . Titus, Adm'r &c, ") Bv virtue of an ordser
1 uy virtue ot an ordser
va .nF i.la ma At .1
. "i run. 1 1 1 j uii i i.ii
Samuel & E.P. 7astings. Nfrom the rourt of ccn
mon pleas of the county of Wood, Ohio, I will offer
for side at the door of the conrt house in Perrysb urg
on the 2d day of February next, between the h.ours
of one and four o'clock p. m.,, the following la nd. to
wit : The north east ouarter and the east half of th
north west quarter ot section twenty, in township
No. 3, of range No. ten east, in Wood cour.tv, Ohio.
taken in execution at tne suit ot the plain tiff as the
property of the defendant.
THOMAS L. WEB'J, Sheriff.
Jan. 2. 1854 43w52
Matthew Johnson "i By virtue of an
vs. Order for sale, to
John C. Siink $ Beiij. Sneden. j rr.e directed from
court of common pleas of YVood countv, Ohio,
I will offer foT sale, nt the door of the court house in
Perrysburg, on the 2d day of February next, between
the hours of one and four pv m., tho following land.
to wit: l no west part ot tne south west quarter of
section ,n, township 4 north, of range 12, contain
ing ninety acros and eig'aty hundredths of an acre,
more or less ; to be sol-j i the property of said Snc
den at the suit of said plaintiff.
THO'S L. WEBB, Sheriff.
Jan. 2. 1 $54. 43v5$2
SHERIFF SALE. .
Gilbert "Beach ) By virtue of a decretal
order to me directed, from
Freeman . Ellsworth. ) the court of common pleas
of Wood couutv. Ohio. I will offer for sale, at the
door of the court house in Perrysburg, on the 2d
aay or reDrnary next, between the hours of one and
four p. m.. The X. W. qr. of the N. E. qr. of see. 9,
in T. N..of U. 10. contivininjr 40 acres : also, the
west half of the south east quarter of section 4. in
the same township and rangy, containing 80 acre
in all, one hundred aud twenty acres to be sold as
the property cf defendant ads. said plaintiff.
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.
1 G. & J. POWERS ' : .. ,
HAVE just returned from New York and are now
opening at the old stand of Geobqe Poweiis,
on Front street,
A large and well selected assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Consisting in part of Wool and Cotton Goods of all
kinds ; Groceries", Hardware, Crockery, Boots and
Shoes, School Books end Stationery, Nails, Glass,
Shovels, Spades, Chains, &c; Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Ready Made Clothing in tine, a complete variety
of articles usually found in a retail store, and which
will be offered at; unusually low prices for Cash or
Produce. All persons desirous of purchasing Goods,
will rind it to their advantage to call and examine
our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
We wish it to be distinctly understood that for
cash or merchantable produce, we will not be un
dersold by any other establishment in the place in
Goods of the same quality. .We will at all times
pay the highest market price in Cash for Wheat,
Grass Seed, Pork, &c and will also receive in ex
change for Goods, Produce of .almost every kind, and
cash will not be; refused bnt.received . with joyful
hearts and pleasant looks. November 1, 1853.
42tf JOHN POWERS.
THE subscriber will run a Carriage from Perrys
burg and Maumee to Toledo daily, in connec
tion with the Cleveland and Toledo Railroad.
Starting from Perrysburg at 6 o'clock A. M., and
arrive at Toledo in time for the 0 o'clock train.
Returning at the arrival of the Express Train
from Cleveland, at 12 o'clock.
Passengers will be sent from Perrysburg in
any direction and at all hours,
! . WM. L.COOK.
Perrysburg, Dec. 9, 185$.-4-40tf i ,
TS hereby given, that the subscribers, livine in
A Washington township, Wood county, Ohio, will
sell, on reasonable terms, the following property, viz:
40 acres, on section 12, T. 5, K.9, well, improved,
witn good buildings and orchard. And SO acres on
section 13, T, 5, R. 9, with a good house and 12 acres
improvement on it. And 80 acres on section 13, T.
5, It. 9, all timber land. . Any person wishing to
purchase can have tlie: opportunity by applying to
the subscribers as directed above. Application
should be made soon. ,-, . - '
( PHILIP CONDIT,
Washington, Wood co , CYRENICS CONDIT.
Dec. 20, 1853. 12w3''-.
Mr FOOT announces to the public that he has
JU. taken and fitted up the "rooms in the third sto
shop try of J. A. Haw's newtore, with a good skvlight,
1 i . -. . ..
where he will attejid to all calls made upon him in
nis protession. i nov 7-3oyl
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, &c
THE only r,iaee to get the money fgr Hides, green
or drv, '.Sheep-skins,' Beeswax and Feathers, is
at BROW. & HUNT'S, who at all times are ready
to pay the highest price in Money. So bring them
right aloijg. i
They 'aave for sale every description of
fitoves, Stove Pipe A: Tin Ware. ,
Give t'aem a call, and if they cannot suit you, there
More corner r ront
is no need of trying elsewhere.
stre it & Louisiana Avenue, j
BOOKS FOR THE MILLION!
. T TAYING made mv fall Purchases of HOOKS
I I I - J E :
i . k . ww, . . ... i
am now receiv
ing, and am prepared to supply the citizens of Per
rysburg and Northwestern Qhio, with a large and
well selected assortment of !
Historical, Biographical Poetical, Theolo
gical, Practical, Classical, and School
liooks in general 'Also? Bibles, Prayer
books, Annuals, Gift bdoks, Toys, (f'C
A large assortment of
FANCY AND PLAIN STATIONERY,
Gold Pens made expressly for the Crystal Palace
Exhibition, and in fine, almost everything that a good
Book Store ought to keep, which X will sell for cash
i or exchange for rags, at wholesale or retail, as cheap
j as ean be bought this side of New York City.
I Clergynien. Teachers, and Associations purchas
the !i"g Libraries, supplied at a liberal discount.
! Maumee City, Oct. 17. 1853. P. C. HOLT.
&x R, A. CROSS,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Would most respectfully invite the citizens
.Maumee Citv, Perrysburg, Waterville and vicin
ity to call and examine, before purchasingelsewhere,
his FRESH SUPPLY OF NEW JEWELRY, just
received from Boston the best assortment ever
brou -ht into this market consisting of Ladies and
I Gents' Fine Gold Breast Pins; Gents' Diamond
Scarf Pins ; Gents' Diamond Rings; Ladies' supe
s. j riop Cuff Plus ; Ladies' Ruby, Emerald, Pearl, and
Garnet Rings ; Fine Gold Lockets ; Ear-rings of all
i kinds and qualities ; beantifulalva coral Bracelets ;
'line Gold Bracelets with settings; Ladies' Gold
Lnains; oents' extra hne uom vest cnains, pew
style ; Silver and Gold Pencils ; Cornelian Rings ;
I V atohea' Clocks, Gold and Silver Watch Keys, to-
goods. in hi9 line. '
Cash buyers will find tbii a very desirable stock,
and I would &bj ay that I can and will sell jewelry
ten per cent, cheaper than Toledo merchants.
Mauniee City, Oct. 17. ! K, A. CROSS.
DR. J. BLECIIER,
Office over J.' A ugiutuft Hall' I store.
All work warranted. - dec 5-3 9tf
WANTED. Two "good Potash Boiler, 'to
whom constant employment will be given,
during the winter and spring. , Apply to
Oct. m. Ai. Km, jr.
NEW FAEE1& WINTER GOODS.
MKIjY, Jr.i has just received his supply cf
Fall and Winter Goods, which he otters for
sale at the lowest prices tor cash or merchantable
produce, at his ueady-i'ay btore on Louisiana At
rrwKo.. st wuvi '.
CLOTHS English, French and American broad
cloths ; also Doe-skin, plain and fancy Cassimartt,
for sale at the READY-PAY STORE.
DRESS GOODS A good ttock of Delane.
Parumetta cloths, Alpaccas, Gala Plaids, he.,
&c, can be had phtap from M. KEY, jr.
PRINTS All kinds and qr alities, for sale bV
i M. KEY, jr.
GINGHAMS A good assortment of dress ging
hams, Chambrays, &c,for sale. M. KEY, jr.
BONNETS A' nice article of Silk, Straw and
Lace and Gimp Bonnets, for sale by '.
, qan 1
HATS & CAPS -A good assortment
and Caps for Men, Boys and Children,
found at the store of M. KEYljr.,
CARPET BASZT' nice article of ater
Proof and othfr kinds of .Traveling Bagi, for
sale by ' ' M. KEY, jr.
V, 'w.,-,i,.' '
TVRILLINGS A eood supply of Drills, Den-
JL iuis, Cassimers, Marines, Shirting, &c., &c,
can be had low from
M. KEY, jr.
HARDWARE A general assortment of Hard
ware, including in part. Iron of all kinds, Cant
Steel, Nails, Cutlery of every description, Glass, An
ise, forsale by i M. , jr.
....... . -i'
CROCKERY Glassware Crockery of latest
styles and patterns, at the Readx-Pav Sxoiii,
READY MADE CLOTHING. M. Key, jr..
has the largest and, best assortment of all kinds
of Clothing ever brought to Perrysburg. The at
tention of those wishing to purchase, is particularly
invited to his stock of , fine Dress Coats, which he
can and will sell less than ever before offered in this
GROCERIES Of all kinds can be had as low
as the lowest.from M. KEY, jr.
BOOTS SHOES For
children at the stcire of
K'l " i
men, women aad
M. KEY, jr.
STONE WARE-0utter-pots, Chums, Milk
crocks, Sic, for sale cheap. M. KEY, jr.
TIN "WARE A general assortment of Tin ware
can be hod at all times, from M. KEY, jr.
TTTOODEN WARE. Wash-tubs, Keelers.
VV Pails,. AVash-bofrds, Clothes-lines, Bowi,
Boxes, Baskets, &c&c, for sale by M. KEY, jr.
SCHOOL BOOKS & STATIONERY.
All the various kinds of School Books, Writing
Books, Slates, Envelopes, Pens and holders. Pencil,
kc.tic, .... I M. KEY, jr.
DYE STUFFS. Blue Vitriol, Ex. Logwood,
Alum, Madder, Indigo, &c. ; also, Tartaric
Acid, Cream of Tartar, Soda, Salts, Sulphur, &c Ac,
at the lowest retail prices. M. KEY, jr.
CARPETING & OIL CLOTH can be had at
very low figure from M. KE Y-Jfr.
HAWLS A good supply of Winter ShaWl;.'
i t- M.KXY,jr!.f;
YANKEE NOTIONS. Including, in jVt.
Clocks, Looking Glasses, Umbrellas, Suspend
ers, Port Monies, Crumb Brushes,' Cloth' Brushes,
liair Brushes, Shaving Soap and Cream, Perfume
ry of various kinds, Comforters, Ladies Sf, Children's
Hoods, Breastpins, Hair Pins, Shell Combs, Buffalo
horn Combs, Ivory Combs, Pocket Knives, Scissors,
Elastic Sieve Bands. Velvet Cuffs, Bress! and Man
tilla Trimmings, Pearl ' Buttons, Needles, Pins,
Thread, dtc. &e.,at the READY, PAY STORE.
GRAIN CRADLES A gd'od article, can be
had at manufacturer's wholesale prices, from
July 1, 1853. i M. KEY, jr.
EDGINGS A good assortment of Edgings and
Insertmgs, for sale by ' M. KE1 ,'jr, r
ITISH Bv the BbJ and Hf Bbl, for sale bv': :;
' ' M.KEt
pOKK 4 BEEF-
By the Bbl or 1 can bf badrof
OILS k rAiNT8F6rsale U r
. ' 1 M.KKT.jr.