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John Avery Parker, who lately died n.K.
ttedlord, leaving a fortune of over a million
of dollars,' wus, when a young man, warned
out of the (own of Wcstport, for fear' he
would become chargeable to the town.
The British Quarterlies,
and Blackwood's Mugazlne.
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lnrnidied with the foreifrn copies. Although ttiw
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h-tr any three of the four Keviews 7.t)0
I-or all" four of the Heviews H.0(t
Kor HlaeUwood s Mapwine .'!.
lor lilaekwooil and three Ueviews y.Od
l'or Blackwood and the four Keviews 10.011
ravinents to be niadn in all cases in advance. 31o
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nbove tiriees will be allowed to clubs crderintf four
or more copies ot any one or more ot tnu uoovc -
works. 'J hus : 1'our eopies of Iliac k wood, or of one j
Heview. will be sent to one nddress for.!i; four
ICW, 111 U lit M. .yil- .....j.a v it , A'z...
is of the four He views andlllaekwood tor $110 ;
roSTAor., in ail tne principal cities ami towns,
these works will be delivered, liiroutfli agenU. fkku
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The British Quarterlies, LEONARD SCOTT & CO.,
T i- 6 s i I l.i: .1 3 1'
li. i.. cc . nave rt'Vfiiny muusiifu, ami
Inrohuw for sale, the t ai:mi:k s uriDE," iy Ucn-
ry Sf-nhens, of Edinburgh, und Prof. Norton, of!
ry ov I'litim, u, j,,iii,iiii ll, i,.. .ii'iivu, y j
Vale ( .'olli-L'c. New Haven, complete in 'J vols, rovu.it
i,.,, i ... Ho Un,li-iai.t',l
14 steel and GOO wood
U'fivn I, ,lt:.llillHr 1 f .1 W I ,r,ii
tviirravius. rneo in muslin haulinp, jfd.
C-if-This work Uuot the old Hook of the Farm,"
1 vt ly rssuscitah d and thrown upon the market.
f I'tllOSK jiersons wisldni; to b.ave jjood stout, du
I rable Wagons inadd, would do well to call on
J. W. EAMi.on Louisiana Avenue, nearly oppo
sit' I). Hops' s tavern. He is ready to make to i.rder
iC kinds of vehicles, and to finish them in superior
1 itmim.-i? wjr.nxs
ilV'tH WIJJV ' .IVJV'l'kl, ,
for Farmers and Teamster?, will be kept on hand orj
m.me in orcer. ikiiu
can be made, on f-hort no
in.iiii to order. ('AliTsand Dhavs. as st;ut ns thev
can Vie made, on f-hort not'ce. iiMiir.u ni:ti.s
nndTn. CKS.thatitwouldbehardtobreak. Skighsl
Kn,l rnt'er. that w 11 run as fast as vou wish tori,!,.
with a good horse before them.
in all its branches, will be carried on in connection
w tth the est iblishnieut.
ifriCall on the subscriber and satisfy yourselves
hat this is the place to get your work done well und
January J3, 1854.- ICm.')
SHERIFF HA 111 j.
1 homas England. adm'r of Samuci F. England.do-
censed, versus John Y. Fish.
BY virtue of an execution to mo directed, from
the court of common pleas of Seneca county,
Ohio. 1 will nft'er IVir sul ut thn roci.lpiwi. if .l.-,li,i
Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at the residence of JoKn
Y. Fish, in Freedom township, Wood county, Ohio,
on the 1st day of February next, between tlie hours
of 12 m. and ii p. m.. four hundred bushels of corn
in the crib. THOMAS L. WEBB. SlierifV
Jan. 'Si, lrh -Iw2$l Wood County.
C. Cooper Si Co. versus J. J. Parks.
BY virtue ot nn eiution to me directed from the
court of common plensof Knox countv, Ohio,
I will ort'er for sale, nn the remesii, on the 1st day
of February next, the bteani saw-mill, situated be
low the wharf in the town of Pcrrysbiirg, in Wood
Hunty, Ohio, between the hours of 12 in. and 2 p.
m., taken in execution as the property of the defen
dant at the suit of the plaintiff. '
THO'S L. WEBB, Sheriff Wood Co.
Jn. 23, 1854.lUw2$l r
Rather Stkange. A correspondent writ
ing from French Corral, soys that he has
vi&uea a nm about lour miles west of Sweet
.vui.muHi m iis uijiiobuiieie is reauiiv
observed m cool weather bv cmscimrit. anA
whil, tho 1,111c : A T " 7
...... u at? vn i, v i , i v M i' ;i ro l n t on nifi n .
,uu inm-H wesioi sweet-
lands Diggings, which is becoming quite
in that vicinity, owiup to the
warmth of the atmosphere which .fall times
surrounds it. In annearanm it dim. .,
... . M.vs Alt L I
(ni. ti-hifn 1 .,...
lLl "i.ne, uu mow, out little can be seen
upon its surface, owing to the warmth of
the earth, which melts it immediately upon
lulling. It U thought that a volcano is
slubbering beneath it, and will one day
burnt forth. ban Francisco Golden Era.
Kossuth. Private letters received by the
Euro pa, from Gov. Kossuth, state that he
was induced to postpone his departure for
uu.-.iuuiHiujjic, wnicn had been positively
;.,-,, iv.,. i... do i . r t-v . . '
,vC,i ior t 23, flf n.lm.,l,. l... .u
. -' i u me iiuLcs-
MtX.ol:.Pl"?furtl,er Preparations; He states
explicit v. however ih-.it ,n v.w.j
i" , ' 'v.vA,t,J UUtll till ILCU
- uincy line government ; and adds that
provision will be made to transport thither
llom the United States, all tlw Iluncarians
u i ti.,Ti,. ' , Jiundridno
ftu FJLl themaehes good soldiers in their
war for independence, and who may desire
to v.0. Lord Dudlcv Sdm-nrt lo ;,- r,.,t...
. ' '-" 1' ' . O All WWljniUii
linonle. cndjavoriii' to iw.riuwb. ti,, i(n,i
Ut ni,thurlze formation of a regiment of
ii :,.i. : i i -nt -r fn-
luusii caiics. i. limes.
T UK subscriber having purchased the fiitire stock
and taken the s( and occupied by M. KEY, jr.
and HOSS & KEY, respectfully solicits the patron
age of the late lirm and the public generally. For
turthcr particulars pleiwe call on the subscriber, ut
the old stand of Hoss & Key, where you will find a
LfEAEllAL ASiSORTMl'.A'l' np f:nnnx
'ranted to irive Hati.f:einn tn,,l r.r,-n.i i
t I UlltlCU 1U1 BtliC
the most reasonable term.
jan LM-Wtf A. M. THOMPSON.
,,; ,cj ,
. ".""Fhnnt. f m?.u of Goods to
",- .1.h""'Pb"' 1 would cheerfully recommend
. r T1 ,
fcec. 1. i hat whenever any fine shall
- J "lliv IIU
to wit : All swine.
. .. . v...u,i.v. viiuutu an urui-
establishing police regulations for the
ment Of the town of Perrvsburr rja?-
... lO lCr..) ... ' r .
ui-iniin;iu ui uiej town ot rerrvsbunr. na
st-d May 13, 1S53, the Mayor is authorized
to commit the person fined tmbp inil nf
l - aaaw J a V I Hi.
county of Wood until tlie fine, and costs of
prosecution shall bs paid or there be a dia
charge therefrom by due course of law.
See. 2. That the 10th senion nf tho
- . .v. viui-
nailCe. tO Wllicll this i unmnilatnrir Via
is hereby so amended as to read as follows
tne prooertv ol nprsons
. . . r
.. , - ,11 . - v.. iiiucio uill
very little from the hills around it, with the
exception of being covered with numbers of
....v. .,m.iv iuvivo. xius peculiarity in
the temperature of its atmosphere is readily
of the ordinance entitled an ordi-
ihllvhlll'T -I-imIi... f.-ir-..l t : -l" a 1
rpci.linrr n.iilun t,
..w.v..,. ..iMiiu me minis ui mi
D 1 1 1 i-i-. ,
""b " - w iiiiiu uie limns Ol
"u"0,'18 V 'd; and if
penalty and costs are not paid withn
clav. nlU;r su(-'l swine are impounded an
trained, to sell the same at public aucti
tVi, V,,,Tlifc-t 1.5,1 ... 1 .1
of the town of
, w ... vma,Vt
poration. under a nenaltv of twn dnllaro fr,r
each swine so found running at large contra
ry to the provisions of this section, unless
. . -.1, . i iii
sui.il bwine snau have rings ot wire fastened
in uieir noses 60 as to prevent them from
rooting up the ground; and the marshal is
required to distrain and imnound
o found running at large without such rings
ui u iiut-e as uuove required; and u such
- . MV..VI ,u
the highest bidder, and to apply the proceeds,
uisi, iu pay me cost oi proceeding and penalty
aforesaid, and the balance, if any, shall be de
posited with the mayor, and be paid to the
owner of such swine on demand. The fust
section of this ordinance to take effect from
the time of its passage; the 2d section to
take effect on and after the 1st day of March,
Sc. 3. That the 10th section of the ordi
nance, to whirh this is nniprwliitm-i. bo
the same is hereby repealed.
T r. - .i. . , . i ,
wcnuy uie atove to nave Been duly pas
sed at a meet! n ir nf thft Town fjnm;!
town of Peerrysburg, held December' 31st,
a. JAMJia muuuax, recorder.
ivjjovi uais 34((M7; Flaxseed 8731.00;
lllnot,y. $l.fi02,00; Clover $4.(W4.50 ; Pota
celebrated !?,s r'?' AIT,les' Kree"- 6$ 1.00. dried, $1.25
iw a I H?. 2j Fe'lt l?rs 31 44 ;
i-v " iiii'Jiiiiw.vi, m tne town of Pe
wi,h tl,e improvements, taken in exeeutii
l'roPert)r of the defendant ads. of plaintiff.
THOMAS T. venu .
,i;uPer5ysburS Prices Current. ? ; i
Wheat, a 1 .15(351 JW Vlnn nn. !.. rn .
C - - l a vf.wvj f .JJ , live, if' J ,
oni, 37050 r Oats 8437 J Flaxseed 87$1.00
a n-.-iii x orii, 4 TO "J : Mess do 415 011 tn 1. fin.
Prime, -$12,50; llams ToVS Shoulders 7 to 8 '
f?8 ? 10 i '". pickerel $7,50i white bass
- -o, n!. 'cMI.m,'.I,,ckerel WW white bass
'r X- ,; s,,,ngles, white wood $1.00, pine
barrel $5.50G.0O ; Hides, green aj to 4, dry 7 to 8 ;
fallow 8 to 10 ; Eard 8 to 10 ; Wood $1.251.50 :
Onions 75 ; W ool 35cM0 ets. Hogs 4 to 4ic.
rpO RENT River Tract 59 oVthe Wilkison
J. tarm, for the term of three years. Cash rent.
Inquire of A. W. JEWETT. Maumee Citv.
ME undersigned has been duly appointed and
qualified as administratrix of the estate of Ad
am Householder, deceased, late. of Wood county, O.
All persons having claims against, said estate will
please present them, duly authenticated, without
delay. PHERE HOUSEHOLDER, Admr'x.
January !(!, 1854. 45 w3
JOTICE is hereby given, that a petition will be
X. presented to the commissioners cf Wood coun
ty, at their next session, for the viewing and layino
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 of Freeport, on the section line between
section fa teen and sixteen, thence south on the sec
tion line between said sections, passing near the
dwelling house of Melchior Dunckle and Samuel
Wollam, to the Perrysburg& McCutchensville state
road, near the dwelling house of Jacob Kinnaman,
in I erry township, and there terminate.
Dec. 13, 1.S5-1. 44w4
Wood Common Pleas.
npiiE defendant, Fanny Dull, i3 notified that peti-J-
turner. Samuel Dull, has filed in Wrood common
pleas a petition for divorce from her. assigning for
cause, gross neglect of duty and willful absence ; and
that said petition will be heard the ensuing sprin'
term of said court. . S. JEFFEKSON,
J "n. 9. 1854. 44wG Sol Pet
Petition for Divorce.
TV T OK t Syrup of Yellow Dock, a remedy
1 for disordered BOWELS and BLOOD just
received. Seoadv't. PECK & ROBERTSON
MISS ELVIRA DOWD would respectfully an
nounce to the ladies of Perrysburg that she
has just established a Millinery and Dress-making
shop in the rooms over Messrs. Po wers's store. Work
done to order, in good style and on reasonable terms.
Hiram P. Barlow Notice is hereby given, that
r o S' ir , C by virf ue of a writ of yendi, to
Jams ispajord. ) me directed from the court of
common ideas nf W
.. vuuiu;, vuiu, x win oner
tor sale, on the 2i day of February next, between
to wit: lnlot No 38L in the town of Perrysbur-
With I0 nnni.ivc1nia,itL. 1 .. J
execution as the
THOMAS T. wrrni cv..t
Titns, Adm'r &c, ) By virtue of an order
c it Tt rr . (m saie t0 me directed,
Samuel & E. P. ustmgs. from the court of com
mon pleas of the coilntc nf W.l f1,t T...:,l -a-.
. --V nuu1uMu,1viuiiiner
tor sale at the door of the court house in Perrysburc
on the 2d day of February next, between the hours
ot one and four oVlor-t-i m i,fii j
. - i- w.c tuuumiiir laiin.lO
wit : 1 he north east muirtn n,A l.-ir iL .
-i me ciki nun oi uie
north west quarter ot section twenty, in township
, r Qv icucusi, in oon countv, Ohio,
taken in execution at tlie suit of the plaintiff as the
property of the defendant.
r o ,ort THOMAS L.WEBB. Sheriff.
Jan. 2, 1S54 43w5$2
Matthew Johnson f By virtue of an
t j r o ,v" ( oraer for sale, to
Join C. bpmk 8? Benj. Sneden. ) me directed from
the court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio,
I will offer for sale, at the door of the court house in
Perrysburg, on the 2d day of February next, between
the hours of one and four n in l, Vn:i 1
--- f ' ivuuni,, 1U1111.
to wit : I ho west part of the south west quarter of
section 31. tnwnshin nArih .f in i-i .
. . ' "i' ",uiiw muj;o i., contain
ing ninety acres and eighty hundredths of an acre,
more or less : to be sold as the property of said Swe
den at the suit of said plaintiff.
r o T. TII0'S L- WEBB, Sheriff,
.fan. 2. 1854. 43w5$2
Gilbert Beach By virtue of a decretal
tt rt... . I '"V, uinncu, 1IU1U
r reeman . Ellsworth. 1 tli nnm-f nf .mn,.
of Wood county, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the
door of the court house in Perrysburg, on the 2d
day of February next, between f ha nniiM rr rt nnA
- -rf w..v ..mao v vuv auu
four p. m., T he N. W. qr. of the N. E. or. of see. 9.
in 1 4 N., ot R. 10, containing 40 acres ; also, tlie
west half of the south pas nn,iri' r .in a :
the same township and range, containing 80 acros
in all. OHO hundred ami twcnlu , K ...l.i ..
the property of defendant ait, said plaintiff.
Jan, 3, 1854.i3w52 '
' f NEW A1V1 CHEAP OOODS. , 'u
G. & J. POWERS
HAVE just returned from New York ond are now
opening at tho old stand of Geobgb PowitaeJ .
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 and Stationery, "Nails, Glass, ,
hovels, Spades, Chains, &c; Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Heady Made Clothing in fine, 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 Good. '
will find it to their advantage to call and examine
our stock before purchasing elsewhere. .
We wish it to lie diatinntiv ...iri-a. ,-.,! :'
cash or merchantable produce, we teiV not be un-
uenuiu uy any ouier esiamisnment In the place in
Goods of the same quality. We will at all times
nay the hicrhest market nrion tn CncU -ivv .
, - p - I a.i ii iiirai,
Grass Seed, Pork, &c, and will also receive in ex-
ciiange ior oooas, rroauce ot almost every kind, and
cash will not be refused, but received with joyful
hearts and pleasant looks. , November 1, 1853 ' '
.. , GEO. POWERS,
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 (J o'clock A. M..: arid
arrive at Toledo in time for the 9 o'clock train:
Returning at tho arrival of the Express Train '
from Cleveland, at 12 o'clock.
jArtrPassengers will be sent from Perrysburg in
any direction and at all hours. : .-j
WM. L.COOK. -
Perrysburg, Dec. 9. 1853. lOtf - 1 1
IS hereby given, that the subscribers, living in
Washington townsln'n. Vnn,l .
O l-f " .vu.,v.j, WIUV, 1TIH
sell, on reasonable terms, the following property, vi2:
'".""'i " "-otu I, . o, xv. y, weu lmproveu,
with good buildings and orchard. And 80 acres on
section 13, T. 5, 11. 9, with a good house and 12 acres
improvement on it. And 80 acres on secdon 13, T.
5, It. 9, all timber land. Any person wishing to
purchase can have the opportunity by applying- to
the subscribers as directed above. Application
should be made soon.
m ,. PHILIP CONDIT, '
Washington, Wood co., J CYRENIUS CONDIT.
Dec. 2G, 1853. 42w3 .,
DR. J. BLECHER,
Office over J. Augustus Hall's store.
All work warranted. dec5-39tf
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, &c. ji
THE only place to get the money for Hides, green
or dry, Sheep-sldns. Beeswax and Feathers u
at BROWN & HUNT'S, who at all times are ready
to pay the highest price iu Money. So bring theui
1 ll lit U1UI1.
They have for sale every description of
StOVeS.' Stnvft Pino A- 'Mm
Give them a calk and if they cannot suit you, there
is no need of trying elsewhere. Store corner Front
street & Louisiana Avenue. oct24
BOOKS FOR THE MILLION!
HA ING made my fall purchases of BOOKft
AND STATIONERY, I am now receiv -mg,
and am prepared tos,upplv the citizens of Per
rysburg and Northwestern Ohio, with a large and
well selected assortment of . 7
Historical, Biographical, Poetical, Theolo
gical, Practical, Classical, and School
Books in general ; Also, Bibles, Prayer
books, Annuals, Gift books, Toys,tyc.
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 I will sell for cast
or exchange for rags, at wholesale or retail, as cheap
as can be bought this side of New York City. -f
Clergymen, Teachers, and Associations purchas
ing Libraries, supplied at a liberal discount. 1 t -
Maumee City, Oct. 17, 1853. P. C. HOLT. , '
R. A. CROSS. " : ":
ETw Watchmaker and Jovlr.
W6nld TlKtst rPSlPOtfnllv invito lia '
of Maumee- City, Perrysburg, Watervilleand vicin-i
ity to call and examine, before purchasing elsewhere J
his FRESH SUPPLY OF NF.W .TFAVKTR V
received from Boston the best assortment'er
brought into this market consisting of Ladies and
Gents' Fine Gold Breast Pins? fJen' n;m,i '
Scarf Pins 5 Gents' Diamond Rings ; Ladies' sup-
vi ' . 1 W Tiino . t J : . - r..t.. T- . 1 .
vu,i x 1113 , x.nuies xuuy, limeraiu, 1'eari, and,
Garnet Rings ; Fine Gold Lockets ; Ear-rings of l
kinds and qualities: beautiful alva rnml Hrak,. 1
fine Gold Bracelets with settings; T.nHiea'
Chains; Geuts' extra fine Gold Vest Thntna r..--
itvlel : Silver and Gold Peneita- iVmai;.n nh.. . .
Watches. Clocks. Gold and Silver Vtoh if .
gether widi a general assortment of every variety cf ;
t'OOlls ill hia line .
Cash buvers will find this a , a.:..iiio .aL .
1 - . j wvnu.'i .IVl, v
and I would also say that I can and will sell jelv
w f vsiii. tumucr uun ivieuo merciiants. ir "
jtiaumec uy, uct. 17. K. A. CROSS.