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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 391
Os Tin; cash piiAN viiou:sai,i:
Hook nnd Stationery House. Mason
Hkotiiks, 2.'J Park' How, opposite the Astor House,
Now Yorkfitter unroot' the most extensive Stocks
Mid Completer Assortments in t!ie country
Of Hook nnd Stationery, for Cash only.
The amount of goods in our lint' i'in cli;i.stl by the
country meroh is usually ijuiti: khiuI compared
with their dry good.!, hai dwuic. ami oilier hills ; and
tlih wry circumstance absolutely compels jobbers
in tin? Rock business, who sell on" time, to get, lar;;e
uroiits in order to ni:iku u; f'-r the losses and extra
i Tpi-uses necessarily involved in .1 ereilit business of
mail amounts. It h also easy for the merchant to
make arrangements to buy his book bill for cash,
t-houufh it might not so convenient fur him to juir-cliu-o
his larger bill s in thi way.
Thw considerations havo led us to adopt in our
bi:sinc:.i from this, u.-.to. January IH.V1, the following
principles, to wit : Small profits, unvarying prices,
lui i ti'i iin alua:s ra iii.
Heing ourselves the Mae publishers of a number
f( t.Ii.i lead lit? and must ci-.tcnsively selling i-leiioo
Rooks iii the country, as well an ork in otliLr de
partments, our I'acilities are unsurpassed.
'all upon u-. or su;irl :.n order, and judge for your
:lvtin, it" the savin;;- ou can make bv buvinguf its
tor cash, is worth while. MAM)N liROTHERS,
jan 20, lsol. iotf W Park Row, New Voik.
Tin. Hiriiiili. CM:tE,C,i,ii?s,
nnd IHaci; wood's iYL-igiriiie.
I F.ONAKD SCO'lT As CO.. Nw Voik, eorin
1 J ue to re-publish the follow in-; UritiJi pnriodi
ortU, viz :
Ton London Quauti:i-lv Rr.vnow (Conservative.)
'i'n k Ei:NiiLH(iii Ri;vir.w (Whig.)
Tut Noiitii Biimsii R;:vn:w (Free Church.)
Tiik Wr.sjMiNsrr.it Rkvikw (Liberal.)
litMiK wood's LDiNMiruun M.UiAiM: (Tory.)
The present critical male of European n'.fuirs will
raider these publications unusually interesting du
ring the ear ISot. They will occupy a middle
round between the hastily written news-items,
rudii speculations, and Hying 1 uni.n-.s 01 tliu daily
joiirnal. and the ponderous tome of the future
historian, written after the living interest and excite
ment of the great political events of the time fdml!
bive passed away. It is to these periodicals that
reader must look for the only really intelligible and
reliable history of current events, und as such, in
addition to thu'r well established literary. Hcientitie,
wid theoloyie.il character, we urge them upon the
ootmideration of the reading public.
Arrangements arc in progress for the receipt of
wly sheets from the British publishers, by 'which
wc shall be able to place all our reprints iu the
bunds of subscribers about as hood us they can be
furnished with the foreign copies. Although this
will involve a very large outlay on our part, we shall
continue to furnish the Periodicals at the same low
rte as heretofore, viz : Per unn.
For any one of the four Reviews $;Mmj
Kor any two of the four Reviews 5.00
Tor any three of the four Review 7. CO
Kor all four of the Reviews h.00
For Blackwood's Magazine ;j.OO
J- or Blackwood and three Keviewj ',).()()
Por Blackwood and the four Reviews 1(1. (Hi
Pay menu to be made in all eases in advance. Alo
ofly current in the state where issued will be receiv
ed at par.
Ci.umsiNfi. A discount of 25 per cent, from the
fove. prices will be allowed to clubs ordering four
or more copies of any one or more of the above
works. Thus: Four copies of Blackwood, orof one
Ksview. will be sent to one address for$Ij; four
oopies of the four Reviews und Blackwood for $30 ;
aid so on.
PosTAou, In all the principal cities and towns,
tbee works will be delivered, through agents, fkek
o roHTAon. When sent by mail, tho postage to
any part of the United States will be but U4 cents
year for Blackwood, and but 12 cents a year for
t&eh of the Reviews.
Remittances and communications should always
Ibo addressed, post-paid, to the publishers,
i,J',oin.iu m;wi x & co.,
54 Gold street, New York.
If. B. L. S. & Co. have recently published, and
!ue now for sale, the " Faumkh'b (iuiDK," by Hen
ry Stephens, of Edinburgh, and Prof. Norton, of
TJe C cdlege, New Haven, complete in 2 vols, royal
uuotavo, containing 1 GOO" pages, 14 steel and GOO wood
ogTAvings. Price in muslin binding,
jPThis work is not tho old Book of the Farm,"
UiaJv retuscitated and thrown upon the market.
"TOTICE. A petition will be presented to the
commissioners of Wood county, at their next
iwwon, for thy location and establishment of a coun
ty road, commencing on the Western Reserve and
Timinee road, on the east lino of Wood county,
beoce north on said line as far us tho north west
eonier of Sandusky county.
!Feti. , 185L 18 w4
QJ3ALED PROPOSALS will be received by
JO the subscriber until tho tirst dav of March next,
for furnishing materials and building A BiticK
ScyiooL IIot'SE, in fub-district No; V, of Perrys
tuirg township. Plan and specifications to be seen
ttluj residence of WM. AV. MOUSE.
- lVtrrysburg, Feb. (J, 1854. 48wl
J FOOT announces to tho public that he has
taken and litted up the rooms in the third sto
ry of J. A. Hall's new store, with a good skylight,
where ho will attend to ul) calls made upon him in
bii profession. nov7-r35yl
j he friends of the Rev. M. K. J uki:s are invited
to attend r Donation Visit at his residence, inMau
n;cI',n Tuesday evening, February 14th.'
rpilE ilillolXKYmrfJr ThsZ- This
S. elegant and j)opular Weekly Agricultural Fam
ily Newspaper will commence it.i third volume on
t.ie Iftot .lanuary, IS.',. It will bciUunratcd with
numerous t n-iavings of DomeMio Animals, Farm
IJuiI.lings. I' arm Iniplomeuts, Trees. .Slirubu. and all
t!HMui;rrta.it affairs connected with Horticulture,
AgtK'uiiurc. and JStock.
i:;.ch number will contain, besides foreign and
t.imest;c news, sclectioiis fr,.m the most intcrer.ting
p.ioi.i.L.o.i., 01 t.KMlay. stories, wit. historv. biocrra-
'"' l' J:"' is ;:ivs 011 various subjects, market re
l.orti i.l (.1. velaad. New York. Cincinnati, &c. In
short, nothing will l.a l-:'t undone which may be
thou-ht necessary to render The Ohio Farmer" the
best iam.iy paper for the farmer, gardiner.mochan
Hi. and t to.:k breeder, ili;,t. is published in the) United
bvates. '1 hat the ehviil.'.aoii mav be general, we
have made tint terms low.
i i..;.ts. t):u; copy. ;:; tlireo copies, $5; five
colics. $; ten copies. .lo; twenty co)ics, $25;
and at Lie .same rata tor six months.
Tnos. BROWN, Proprietor,
plLCJSPECTl :i6 of tha I.NDFPUXDKIVT.
A oi.i.Mi: Sixru, ISol. This well known and
v.'i .ely-t irciiiiited journal, conducted by pastors of
v o:.yii-t..io,i;u cmircnes m jsCw 1 ork and vicinity,
nil.-, in .1; : i "iiij'jeieu us lain ear.
1- aiicution to the regular editorial corps, Rev. G.
B. Checver. 1. I)., (C.) Rev. Henry Ward Beecher.
C), Mrs. Harriet K. lieeeher Stowe. (II. E. B. S.),
R?v. C. L. Brace (C. LA and" Minnie Mvrtle." M.
M.), are ail stated contributors, eii'-affd to writ
wu Uv, a'.iil will be assisted by 1110.it able eorrespon
donts at home a:ul abroad, who will do all in their
power to make this journal an interesting kelui
iot;s and family l'.wr.it. The editors are, in truth,
"independent," having full and sole control of the
columns of the paper.
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The paper will be sent in exchange for one year to
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lish this prospectus, including this notice.
New York, Dec. 1st, 18;$.
riO PRIXTL'RS. A new edition of the Spe
X churn Book of Bruck's New York Type
Fot-NDKY will be published in September, 1853, and
will be given to those proprietors of printing offices
who will send for it, or it will be forwarded to them
by mail on receipt, iu advance, of iifty cents for the
In it aro exhibited many articles never before
shown ; there have been added to the Foundry new
varieties of Roman types from Nine-line Pica to
Pearl, various imitations of writing, a great number
01 iancy ionis, corners uotu plain ana illuminated,
labor-saving Rules, and a complete foundry of Ger
mans. The types now manufactured are cast from anew
combination of metal of great durability, nnd are
usually kept on hand in large quantities. Every
iancy tout is sola ty weight, and at the printed pri
ces, which are from 10 to 25 per cent, less than those
of some other foundries. All other printing mate
rials are furnished at manufacturers prices, either
for cash or credit.
Printers w ishing to open accounts with me, or
whose dealings have been long suspended, are re
quested to accompany tl.eir orders with city refer
ences to prevent delay.
Printers of newspapers who choose to publish this
advertisement, including this note, three times before
the first of August, 18o4, and send me one of the pa
pers, will be paid for it in type, when they purchase
five times the amount of their bill from me, of my
own manufactures, selected from mv specimens.
31 Chambers-street, New York.
T. S. ARTHUR'S HOME MAGAZiNE
Crivcs over !XK) targe, double column octavo pages
of choice reading matter in a year. Also, from 12
to 15 steel engravings, of a high order cf excel
lence ; besides from 150 to 200 fine wood engrav
ings, .53 All for $1.25, in clubs of four subscribers !f
The Cheapest Monthly Magazine in the
No Periodical in the United Str.tes has been
more generally or more warmly commended by the
press than the Home Maoazix'k.
The Third Volume beirins in January. 1S54. and
will contain a new mora? story, by Mr. Arthur, of
ccnbiaeraoio length, entitled
" xiik am: el of the norisKnoLP."
Tho Homo Magazine and Godey's Lady's Book
sent one year for if 3.50.
Tho January number is now ready. Send for a
Specimen. It will be furnished free of charge.
Terms inadvance,r$a year. ' 4 copies, one year,
$5 ; 12 copies one year.JS, And one to the getter up
of club, Adce.Vostpaid. ',XS. ARTHUR,
- 107s "Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Pcrrysfourff Prices Current.
Wheat, $1.40(81.50 ; Flour $8.008.50; Rye, 50 ;
Corn. 750; Oats 3 4 (ft 3 7 ; Flaxseed 87 $1.00;
Timothy, Sl.oOC-tf2.00: Clover 4.00,4.50 : Pnta-
toc3 3lCf37 ; Apples, green, 60(g$1.00, dried, $1.25
to i.ou ; ieans, i.Zofcf 1.0O ; Butter 15(18 ; Egcs,
10 to 12 ; Beeswax, 22 to 25 ; Feathers, 31 to 44 5
Fresh Pork, 4 to 4 ; Mess do., $15.00 to 15.00;
Prime, $12,50; Hams 1012 ; Shoulders 7 to 8;
Sides 8 to 10; Fish, pickerel $7,50; white bass
,;5.50(cG.OO; Shingles, white wood $1.00, pine
.s 2.50(3.00; Staves, Hour barrel $3.50 to 3.75, tight
barrel S5.5QftG'.G0 : Hides, irron :u tn i rlrv 7 frTw
Tallow 8 to 10; Lard (J to 8 ; Wood $1.251.50;
unions 10; wool 00(7:10 cts. Hogs 4 to 4c.
r po RENT River Tract CD of tho Wiikison
i Farm, for the term of three years. Cash rent.
Inuuireof A. W. JEWETT. Maumee City.
Adam Householder's Estate.
THE 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
plea.se present them, duly authenticated, without
delay. PI1EDE HOUSEHOLDER, Admr'x.
January Hi, 1854. 15v3
ATOTICE is hereby given, that a petition will be
N 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 of Freeport, on the section line between
section fifteen and sixteen, thence south on the sec
tion line between said sections, passing near the
dwelling house of Melchicr Dunekle and Samuel
Wollam, to the Perrysburg& McCutchersville state
road, near the dwelling house of Jacob Kinnaman,
in Perry township, and there terminate.
Dec. 13, 1853. 44w4 -.
Wood Common Pleas.
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Fanny Dull. ) ...
rrufE defendant, Fanny Dull. 13 notified thatpeti
JL tioner, Samuel Dull, has filed in Wood 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 spring
term of said court. f S. JEFFERSON,
Jan. 9, 1S54. 44wG Sol. Pet.
MORSE'S Syrup of Yellow Dock, a remedy
for disordered BOWELS and BLOOD, just
received. See adv't. PECK & ROBEIiTSON.
MISS ELVIRA DO WD 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. Towcrs's store. Work
done to order, in good style and on reasonable terms.
DR. J. R LECHER
Office over J. Augustus Hall's store.
All work warranted. dec5-39tf
New 1854. Store.
THE subscriber having purchased the entire stock
and taken the Rfnml ppur,;0rl i- r i.'i?v
r-..v i.x. J x ,11.
and KOSS & KEY, respectfully solicits the patron
age of the late firm and the public generally. For
further particulars please call on the subscriber, at
the old stand of Boss & Key, where you will find a
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
warranted to give satisfaction, and offered for sale
on the most reasonable terms.
jan23-4Ctf ' A. M. THOMPSON.
Having disposed of my entire stock of goods to
A. M. Thompson, I would cheerfully recommend
Mr. T. to the patronage of my old customers and
the public generally. Marshall Key. jk.
Jan. 23, 1954.
A DMINISTllATOIfS SALE. By virtue of an
Jr. order issued from the clerk's office of the court
of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, to me di
rected, I shall expose to public sale at the door of
the court house in the town of Perrysburg, in said
county, on the 28th day of February next, between
the hours of 1 and 3 o'clock p. m., the following de
scribed real estate, lying in the county of Wood,
belonging to the estate of John Knowles, deceased,
subject to the widow's right of dower, namely : The
undivided one-sixth part of the following described
land, to wit: The S. hf. of section 25, in T. 3, U. S.
Terms One half in hand, and the balance in six
months. E. HUNTINGTON, Adm'r.
Jan. 30, 1854. 47w5$2.25
Matthew Johnson By virtue of an
r 1 r, c ,vs" t order for sale, to
John C. Spmk Benj. Sneden. ) me directed from
the court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohto,
I will offer for sale, at the door of the court house in
Perrysburg, on the 2d day of March next, between
the hours of one and four p. m the fallowing land,
to wit : The west part of the south west quarter of
section 31. townshin 5 north cf rnno-n 10
, . . .. j- .- p ---; " " fi y , vuiitatii
mg ninety acres and eighty hundredths of an aoro,
mure ur icss , 10 oe spin .as tne propertr of said Sne
den at the Buitpf, saidiplaintiff.
v , THO'SL. "WEBBShsrifiC.
NEW AijtfEAP GOODS.
' 0: fic XTOWERS
HAVE Just returned from New York nnd are now
opening at the old stand of Geof.ge Powbbs,
on Front street,
A large nnd well selected assortment of
tftfiple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Consisting in part of Wool and Cotton Goods of all
kinds ; Groceries. Hardware, Crockery, Boots and
Shoes, School Books and Stations rv, Nails, Glaus,
Shovels, Spades, Chains, &c.; Hats.'Caps, Bcnnets,
Ready Made Clothing in fine, a complete variety
of articles usually found in a retail store, and which
will be offered at unusually low prices fur Cash or
Produce. All persons desirous of purchasing Goods,
will find 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 Sri
Good3 of the same quality. Wre will at all tirtws
pay the highest market price in Cash for Wheat.
Grass Seed, Pork, Sic, and will also receive in ex
change for Goods, Produce of almost every kind, and
cash will not be refused, but received with jovf ul
hearts and pleasant looks. November 1, 1855
GEO. POWERS, ''
42tf JOHN POWERS.
TRAVELERS, IIO !
THE subscriber will run a Carriage from Perry s
burir and Maumee to 'IVlnH ,!.,;).. in
tion with tho Cleveland and Toledo Railroad.
starting trom Perrysburg at (i o'clock A. M., abd
arrive at Toledo in time for the 9 o'clock train. . .
Returning nt the nrriv.il r.- Mm r? ...,.. m:
from Clevelund, at 12 o'clock.
ar-Passengers will be sent from Perrysburg in
any direction and at all hours.
Perrysburg, Dec. 0, 1853.---40tf
; WAGON MAKIJVG.
THOSE persons wishing to have good stout, du
rable Wacon! miiflp u-mil1 .l-.li 11
J. v. AiAJNti, on Louisiana Avenue, nearly oddo-
cin T 1 J, TT . . . J T
"1C o "iveni. ne is reaav to make to order
all kinds of vehicles, and to fi nlnh th
, - A X A BUOUVI
style. , r
for Farmers and Teamsters, will be kep't on hand or
made to order. Cams and Drays, as stout as thev
can be made, on short. nntiVn t
and Trucks, thatit would be hard to break. . Sleigbs
and Cutters, that will run as fast as you wish to rid
" uuu nurse uciore mem. j
' T?T. A CK HMlTHTTUn J 'U
in all its branches, will be carried on in connection
tr with the establishment.
that this is the place to get your work done well and
",cul" J. VV. LAIVti.
January 23, 1854. 4Gm3
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS. .
THE only place to get the money for Hides, grwn
or dry, Sheep-skins, Beeswax and Feathers,, is
at BROWTN & HUNT'S. xv)m nt nii i0n .j.
to pay the highest price in Money. So bring then
I hey have for sale every description of , t V 11 1
Stoves. Stove Pino A- Tin Vm '
Give them a call, and if thev mnnnt suit vn iv.u
j tv-t vw'
is no need, ot trvmn el
street &, Louisiana Avenue. oct24 '; hi
BOOKS FOR THE MILLION !
HAVING made my full purchases of BOOKS
AND STATIONERY, I am now receiv
ing, and am prepared to supply the citizens of P.t
rysburg and Northwestern Ohio, with a large and
well selected assortment of
Historical, Biographical, Poetical, Theological,-
Practical, Classical, and School
Books in general ; Also, Bibles, Prater '
hooks, Annuals, Gift books, Toys, jrc;
A large assortment of i-'.t t sjf.
FANCY AND PLAIN STATIONERY,'.-
Gold Pens made pynroaulT fAi- -., tii..:
lixhibmon, and in fine, almost everything that a irod
"Prtrtlr Cln.. n..l.AAA 1 1 1 . ,, O
"sm iu neep, wnicn i wm sell torcah
or exchansre for rarrs. at wlmWtilo
as can be bought this side of New York City. '
ri 'i' . i . ... J
viergjmeii, i eucners, ana Associations purchas
ing Libraries, supplied at a liberal discount. --:
xuuuuieo vy, wet. i, moa. P.C.HOLT.
r1 R. a. cross,
Watchmaker and Jewplrrl '
r Would most respectfully invite the citizens
of . Maumee City, Perrysburg, Waterville and vieu
lty to call and examine, before purchasing elsewhere,
his FRESH SUPFLY OP NRW jewpt.hv il
received from Boston the lest assortment ever
brought into this market consisting of Ladies and
Gents' Fine Gold Breast Pina? Rnk -n;.A
Searr Iin9 ; Gents' Diamond Rine-s : Lndipa
rk)j Cuff PiH3 ; Ladies Rubv. Emerald. P-nrf.
tiajnetRina-s : Fine Gold T
kinds. and qualities; beautiful alva cojal Bracelets ;.
nun uui-4 xruceieis witn sertino's oh ' tZrAA
Chains: Gents' extra fin RnlH v ,:. r-
style Silver and Gold Pencils ; Cornelian Rioes
WateTies. Clocks. Gold and Silver t.'v..
gether w:ith a general assortment ef every varietj f
goods in his line. -...
Cash buyers will find this a very dfsirabl stooVV
and I would also say that I can and walisell jwItV
ten per cent, cheaper than, Toledo merchant.: . i