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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.
per day each, for the time in which they
shall be employed, and the probate judge
shall receive the same fees as for like services
in other cases.
Sec. 18. It shall be lawful for the owner
or owners of any lands in this State, where
in there shall have been any ditch or water
course heretofore opened or located, to have
the same right of action as to labor and ex
pense incurred in opening and keeping the
.same open, according to the benefit each
person interested therein may receive, as is
provided for in the foregoing sections, in
uses of the original opening of ditches and
Sec. 19. The net entitled an net au
thorizing the trustees of townships to estab
lish water-courses and locate ditches in cer
tain cases in this State," passed February
21, lb'i'3, be, and the same is herebv repeal-
F. C. LEBLOND,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate, Pro tem.
May 1, 1854.
AuuiTon's Oh ick, Ffrkysruro,
May 12, 1854.
I certify tint the loregoing laws are cor
rect according to the copies certified to by
th" Secretary of State und furnished to this
(. llice by the con tractor for publishing the
J. N. WESTCOTT.
Auditor Wood County.
Perrysburg Prices Current.
Wlw.nt S1.7.W 0l: 11, mr . S.I MHff 10.00 : K- 50
'i,rn, ."oV" ; ):l flaxseed i7(!? l."0;
Timothy. !? l.V('0( ; Clover $ 1.50 ; Pota-
t.,fs 'n',V.Vl; Apple-", green, 5 ('. 1.00, dried, $.1.25
t . 1.50; Beans, $ 1. 25. 1.50; Butter 12(,15; Eggs,
toS; Beeswax, 22 to 25 ; Feathers, 151 t 44 ;
Kr-sh Pork, 4 to 4 ; Mess do., $15.00 to 1.1.0(1 ;
Prime. $12,5u ; Hams 10ft 10 ; Shoulders 8 to 8 ;
Sides S to 10 ; Fih, pickerel $0.O0a7.OO ; white bass
$5.50ti(,(;.00 ; Shingles, white wood $l.O0, pine
$2.5O((;.:t.O0 ; Staves, Hour barrel $3.50 to 3.75, tight
barrel $5iO(iri.OO ; Hides, preen 1 to 4, dry 7 to 8 ;
Tallow 8 to 10 ; Lard ti to 8 ; Wood $1.25(1-50 ;
( ,iins 75 ; Wool 35(? 10 cts. Hog 4 to 4.Jc.
IVrrysbin-f; and Detroit ltailroad
VN election for Directors of the above company
will be held at the otliee of .lames Murray, in
Perrvsburg, on the 27th dav of June, A. 1). lS54,at
1 o'clock p.m. henry P. AVERILL.
JAM KS M UK KAY,
MARSHALL KEY, Jr.,
Mav '20, 1 s.VL I 1 wli Corporators.
I MFTY DOLLARS REWARD will be paid
V: if a man named Gardner, or any other person,
i not employed in my office) can be produeed.to whom
1 gave a verbal order for goods in J. A. Hall's store,
March 17, K;- If Gardner be not a myth, an im
aginary entity, ho will be forthcoming ; but if that he
his character, then Hall's mnemonics are at fault, for
he recollects all about it, as usual. 1 know nothing
of the matter, except that 1 have had to pay Hall
Hnid trifle. If Gardner be not found, after due no
tice. I mav be finally forced to believe that there is
. '. ! i :.. ii.,iio o..: i i,:n
either a inistaKC or a iruuu in iimi o om .m.
Mav 13, 154. S. CLARK.
fc.Tivrif'K is herebv riven that an application will
li. made to the commissioners of Wood county.
at their June session, 1K54, to lay out and establish
county road, as follows: Beginning at the head of
the outlet ditch, on the Perrysburg and Findlay plank
road, in the farm formerly owned by Joseph Ralston,
in Center township, thence east along said ditch to
whero said ditch crosses the section line between
sections eighteen and seven ; thence east on the sec
tion line to the southwest corner of section nine, to
intersect the Way road. May 0 Jw4
XTOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be
IN presented to the commissioners of Wood comi
ty at their next session, asking for mi alteration in
part of the road leading from Calken's mill up the
Portage river on its southeast baiik to the McCutch-
nsville road in Freedom township; said alteration
to commence on the northeast sido of tho brook sup
posed to be some thirty rods east of the section line
l.etween sections No. 28 and 21); thence to follow
the bank of the river up, to intersect the McCutch
envillo road at or near the south end of the bridge
across said Portage river. May G--0w4
NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be
presented to the commissioners of Wood coun
ty, at their next regular Bession, to lay out and estab
luh a county road as follows : Commencing on the
can line of section 35, in Troy township, at the
quarter post, and running west through the center
of said fection to the quarter post on the west line
of the above named section.
Troy, May 0', 9w4
PAPER HANGINGS. We are just receiv
ing our spring stock of Paper Hangings, such as
Window Paper, and
Pike Board Prints,
Which comprises the largest assortment ever opened
in this market, and which we offer at wholesale and
retail, at the lowest possible rates.
March 27 3tf D. II. NYE & CO.
HIDES, .SHEEP PELTS, Ac.
ri Mil) only place to get the money for Hides, green
A. or drv, Sheep-skins, Beeswax and Feathers, is
atBROYVN IJUNT's, who at all times are ready
to pay the highest price in Money. So bring them
They have for sale every description of
Htovcs, Stove Pipe Ac Tin Ware.
(Jive them a call, and if tliev cannot suit you, there
is no need of trying elsewhere. Store corner Trout,
street & Louisiana Avenue. oct24
At the Sign of the Big Watch,
SUMMIT STUI-.tT, TOLEDO.
HivNRY T. COOK respectfully informs his ten
thousand personal friends, and the good people
of Toledo, Maumee City, Perrysburg, and all the
country round, that he has opened the most com-
I plute and splendid stock ever ottered in the city, and
I H receiving daily additions from the best European
unu nixiem inanuiiiciureis oi
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
It would be quite useless to attempt an enumera
tion of the brilliant articles his show cases now con
tain ; but ladies and gentlemen will please call and
see his splendid
ioll and Silver Watches
of every variety, quality and pattern, at prices rang
in;r from Ten to One Hundred and Fifty Dollars.
SUPERB COLD FOB CHAINS,
the largest anil richest assortment ever seen here, at
from Twelve to Fifty Dollars.
UF.AYY HOLD GUARD CHAINS.
of unequalled beauty, weight and finish, at from
Twelve to Forty-five Dollars.
Maum'ficknt Diamond Pins and Kings, of the
latest styles, and at the lowest prices.
Siii-F-iuoii Pkn and Pockkt Knives, of elegant
patterns and finished workmanship, the finest lot in
Plain, Octa;on andBkai tifcl Inlaid Clocks,
of the best manufacture, at Two and a Half to Fif
teen Dollars. With a countless variety of
Locklts, Gold Pencils,
Rituis, Gold Pens,
EarDrois, Watch Seals,
Ci'ff Pins, Breastpins,
Bkooches, Studs, &c,
And everything else ever seen or heard tell of in a
jewelry-establishment. Prices lower than the lowest.
-.iT'Special care given ly the best workmen in
the country to rkvaikino watches and jewelry,
and all work warranted. 1
2-f" ) forget the placeSign of the Big
Watch, Summit street, between Jefferson and Mad
ison streets. f inr.'Oyl J II. T. COOK.
OOK HINDER Y, Bliss's Building, Sum-
mit stheet, Ioledo, Ohio.
P. W. PIPER would respectfully inform the
citizens of Toledo and surrounding country, that he
is now prepared to do all work in his line, with des
patch and in style not to be surpassed. Blank
Banks, Insurance Companies, Forwarders,
County Officers, J-c,
made at the shortest notice.
.ZiJ-.Maga.ines and Old Books botind to pattern.
N. B. One of Town's Patent Paoing Machines,
for paging Blank Books, is in operation at this es
tablishment. Ruling of all kinds done to order.
Toledo, March 20, 18.51.2yl
.JkifOrdera for Binding left at this office will be
promptly forwarded and the work returned here, at
a very trifling expense.,
AWYER, IXGERSOLIj & Co.,
PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS AND
STATIONERS, Blade Building,
lawyer, Ingersoll .y Co. keep constantly on hand,
the publications of the American Tract Society, the
American S. S. Union, of Newman & Ivison, and
Carter '& Brothers, Xi-w York ; of Phillips, Samp
son & Co., of Boston ; of Moore & Anderson, and
W. B. Smith & Co., Cincinnati ; and the beautiful
Presentation Books of E. 11. Butler, Philadelphia :
all of which are offered to the trade, the clergy and
the public, at Publishers' retail prices, and at a tri
fling advance on wholesale rates.
Tract Society's Almanacs at Society's prices.
School Books at Wholesale.
Sawyer, Ingersoll & Co. offer to the trade, at
a slight advance on publishers wholesale rates
MeGuffey's and Sanders's Readers and Spellers.
Ray's, Thompson's, Smith's and Stoddard's Arith
Pinneo's, Smith's and Bullion's Grammars.
Smith's and Olney's Geographies.
Ray's and Tower's Algebra.
Comstook's Philosophy. Grav's Chemistry.
Young's Citizen's Manual. St. John's Geology.
Smith's Illustrated Astronomy. . . .
Guernsey's, Wilson's and Goodrich's History of
tlie United states.
Ackerman's Natural History.
Scott's Bible entire in three volumes, for $6.50.
mh'20-2tf SAWYER, INGERSOLL & CO.
BY virtue of an order in attachment, issued from
the court of common pleas of Wood county,
Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the court
house in Perrysburg, on Friday, the 2d day of June
next, between the hours of 12, m., and 6, p. m., the
following property, to wit: One broad axe ? 5 nar
row axes ; 2 augers; 3 planes; 5 iron wedges; 1
barreltcroekery, tin ware, knives and forks ; 1 chest,
containing sheets, table linen, books, &c; 1 box,
containing 2 bedsteads, 3 feather beds or more, and
bedding ; 2 sevthes and snaths ; one cupboard, and
3 chairs, attached-as the property of George H. Ste
phens at the suit of Homer Ilart.
JOHN ELDER, Coroner, and acting Sheriff
May 20, 1854. Ilw2$l Wood Co.
BOOKS FOR THE MILLION!
HAVING made my fall purchase of BOOKS
AND STATIONERY, I am now receiv
ing, and am prepared to supply the citizens of Per
rysburg and Northwestern Ohio, with a large and
well selected assortment of '
Historical, Biographical, Poetical, Theolo
gical, Practical, Classical, and School
Boohs in general ; Also, Bibles, Prayer
books, Annuals, Oift books, Toys, tyc.
' A large assortment of
FANCY AND PLAIN STATIONERY,
Gold Pens made expressly for the Crystal Palace
i'.xlutmion, and in fine, almost everything that a good
Book Store ought to keep, which 1 will sell for cash
or exchange for rags, at wholesale or retail, as cheap
as can be bought this side or New York City.
Clergymen, leachers, and Associations purchas
ing Libraries, supplied at a liberal discount.
Maumee City, Oct. 17, 1853. P. C.DOLT.
R. A. CROSS,
(E7 Watchmaker and Jeweler,
SliiiSfcl Would most respectfully invite the citizens
ot Maumee City, Perrysburg, Waterville ana vicin
ity to call and examine, before purchasing elsewhere,
his FRESH SUPPLY OF NEW JEWELRY, just
received from Boston the" best assortment ever
brought into this market consisting of Ladies and
Gents' Fine Gold Breast Pins; Gents' Diamond
Scarf Pins; Gents' Diamond Rings ; Ladies' supe
rior Cuff Pins ; Ladies' Ruby, Emerald, Pearl, and
Garnet Rings; Fine G bid Lockets ; Ear-rings of all
kinds and qualities ; beautiful alva coral Bracelets ;
tine Gold Bracelets with settings; Ladies' Gold
Chains; Gents' extra fine Gold Vest Chains, new
style ; Silver and Gold Pencils; Cornelian Rings;
Watches, Clocks, Gold and Silver Watch Kevs, to
gether with a general assortment of every variety of
goods in his line.
Cash buvers will find this a very desirable stock.
and I would also say that I can and will sell jewelry
ten per cent, cheaper than loieao merchants.
Maumee City, Oct. 17. li. A. CROSS.
Waterville, Maumee City and Perrysburj
THE subscriber having established the Marble
business in Waterville and Maumee City, asks
the inhabitants of these places, and vicinities, to give
him a call and examine his large stock of MARBLE.
My Marble is tromKutland and Dorsett, V t.,and
North Adams, Mass. My stock consists of 3,000 feet,
so that any can have a chance to make a selection.
My prices, will be one-tourth to one-third less than
the people have been in the habit of paying in this
section of country. My terms will be cash, or good
notes on a reasonable time.
My shop at Waterville, is just north of the School
house, near the canal ; and at Maumee City, on
Broadway, between the Pearl Mills and the Maumee
Woolen Factory in Mr. McNeese's Cloth Office.
Those w ho wish for Grave Stones or Monuments,
now is vour time. So give me a call if you'do not
purchase. GIDEON MYERS.
Waterville & Maumee City, Jan. 3, 183i. 48vl
NOTICE is hereby given that an application
will be made to the Wood county commission
ers, at their J une session, 1854, to lay out a county
road, as follows : Beginning at the Crom road, in
Weston township, between sections 22 and 23, thence
north between sections 14 and 15, 10 and 11, 2 and
3, to near Huffman's saw mill ; thence on the most
practicable route to the river road.
April 21), 1854. 8w4 -
GUARDIAX'S SALE. By virtue of an order
of sale to me directed, from the court of com
mon pleas of Wood county, Ohio, I will offer for
sale at the door of the court house in Perrysburg,
in said county, the following described land, to wit:
Road tract No. 74, (seventy-four,) in township No.
G, of range No. 12, of the Maumee and Western
Reserve Road Lands, an Monday, the 29th day of
Mav next, between the hours of one and two p. m.
JANE II. AVOOD, Guardian of
April 28, 1854. 8w5l.C3 George J. Wood.
BY virtue of an order to me directed and deliver
ed, from the court of common pleas of Wood
county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the
court house in Terrysburg, Wood county, on the
15th day of May, 1854, between the hours of 10
o'clock a. m. and 2 p. in., the following described
land, to wit : Out-lot number two hundred arid fifty
seven, new survey, in the town of Perrysburg, Wood
county ; taken as the property of K. N. Knight, at
the suit of Samuel Jackson, administrator of Henry
Friezner, deceased. ' ; S.SPINK, '
' April 10, 1854i 5w5$1.88 ' Special Master.
rThe above sale has been postponed till the
22d day of Julv next.' ' ; S.SPINK,
May 13, 1854. Special Master.
DR. J. BLECIIER,
Office over J. Augustus Hall's store.
All work warranted. dec5-39tf
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"VfOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be
-L presented td the county commissioners of Wood
county, Ohio, on Monday, the fifth day of June, A.
D. 1854 for vnpnfinrr a TinrtiAn r.f n, n .i A 1
ing in Plain township, of said county, and included
within iha fnlTsTvinnp lirvia .a
.... , O nil, .ucglljllljjg ill
thp intprsppHnn rif eairl maA t1:.. ,11
-......J.. vfc uu.v A VUU IT .1.4 ...Tw U1U A illUlOT
road, in the southeast quarter of section fourteen of
: .i 4 i - ...
sum lown, aiiu running inence east tnrougn a part
of the southwest, nnnrter nf apntinn
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township, to the point of intersection of said road
nMfK V, e. .A A , T j. 1 c .1 ,
want mc uiu iuou running iioruieny irora uie roaa
known ns thp ftnrrill rn.iH. sniH nninf nr'fnfawiaAn
wuau Jsm VI lllLVl aCVilUll
being in the southwest quarter of said section thir-
loan A lack V n tak4!it ontJ 3 t v
mai uuu ut duiu uw.iuj ruuu WHICH
is included between the rrmd rnnnlno' r-rt lioiOw f.
- - - iav mivij 7 11V1U
the Gorrill road, and the Findlay plank road, and
Ttintlinff OliCTfiilo r li a Knlf 1 1 V ;
A petition will also be presented on said day, for
opening a new road, commencing at a point in the
old road mnnin northerly frnm iha n
eighty rods south of the north line of section thirteen'
in llQ " AT V tmn-va - nun - ff oniA I ?
" uwiuincoiijuaj ici ui ouiu BCtUUll UIIU I Ulllilllg
thence east throno-h the ' nnrthprfct nnoT.a o-.i
0 . v. ....,KU . v v caiu
section, and parallel with the north line of said sec-
liuu, iu me x iiiuiuy piaun. roau.
B. VAN CAMP,
DAVID DALLEY, et al.
James Murray, Att'yfor Petitioners.
April 28, 18.54. 8W4$3.34
THE owner of the following described land in
Wood county, Ohio, to wit: The south half of
the east half of the northeast quarter of section thir
teen, township No. five, north of range No. ten east,
will take notice that an application will be made to
the trustees of Plain township, on Saturday, the tenth
day of June, A. D. 1854, for opening a ditch, com
mencing at a point in the old Findlay road 80 rods
north of the south line of section fourteen of said
town, running thence east, parallel with said section
line, and through a part of section thirteen, of said
town, about 180 rods, to the half, section line of said
section thirteen ; thence north 80 rods, along said
half section line ; thence east 160 rods, along the
east and west half section line of said section, to the
Findlay plank road. Also, for a ditch, commencing
at a point in the old road running northerly from the
road known as the Gorrill road, where it intersects
the half section line of section thirteen ; thence east
80 rods, on said half section line, to the ditch above
mentioned. . B. VAN CAMP.
DAVID DALLEY, et al.
James Murray, Att'y for Pctitionere.
April 28, 1854. 8w6$3.60