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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.
Ground Coffee, Rice,
Crushed & Fulv. Sugars,
Hurrah for the Family Provision
JH McKNIGHT respectfully announces to the
. citizens of Perrysburg that he has opened a ful 1
Rtock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS in Clark',
brick building, next door to E. Graham & Co. s,
where may be found a good assortment of Provis
ions. Produce and Groceries. His motto 1 Small
Profits and Quick Sates. Everything m his line
will always be found, and at the lowest possible pri
ces. Bv strict attention to business he respectfully
solicits a liberal share of patronage.
The following articles comprize part of his stock ;
Choice Toung Hyson Teas at 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8s. per lb. j
StiErar ; Havana fie JNew urieans jioi.usra ,
IN uts ot au Kinas,
Good aasortm't Stoneware
Spices of all kinds,
Tubs, Pails, Brooms,
Mops & Bed-cords,
Cigars & Tobaccos,
Fresh Cluster Raisins,
Saleratus & Starch,
Powder, Lead, Shot, Caps
Hard Bread, DrieS Beef, Good assortment common
Hamburg & W.R. cheese, Crockery,
Mackerel, Codfish, Nails, Glass, &c. &c.
All of which will be sold very low for Cash pro
duce. J. H. McKNIGHI.
Nov. 28, 1853. 38m3
Attorney at Law, Solicitor in Chancery, Land Agent,
Szc. &c. Orhce in the court nouse, rerrYsuuiy.vj
J. W. KILLS & SONS,
-Manufacturers of all kinds of Paper and Blank
Books. Springfield, Ohio.
WM. M. KOHL & CO.,
srrrrFKSORS TO KOHL AND TIIOKKE.)
Importers & Dealers in Perfumery and Fancy Goods ;
. 1. .1 ' II irnJmtllA.
also, an tne genuine imnuj lucumun.
N. E. corner 4th & Vine streets, Cincinnati, O.
gAll orders promptly attended to.
WM. M. KOHL. - H. W. FOWLER.
-illTTlinil. HAYES & Co., "Wholesale Deal
J ersin Foreign & Domestic Dky Goops, Ready
Made Cloteisg, Groceries, ojoots ad snots
Straw Goobs, Irox, Nails, Glass, Glass "Ware
and Pittsburg Manufactures in general.
JSJParticular attention paid to orders.
Morris Block No. 4, Toledo, Ohio.
NIL, CALLARD respectfully informs the
. merchants and citizens generally of Perrys-
bunr and its vicinitv, that he has opened a
ever J. A. Hall's store, where he will at all times
(durin" business hours) be readv to cut and manu
facture CLOTHING in the latest and best style. All
orders given will be accomplished with promptitude
N. B. Cutting done for the Trade, and warranted
to fit when properly made up. au22ly
SADDLERY II AUD WARE. Just received
and now ottered to the trade at the very lowest
terms, a complete assortment of Saddlery Hardware
direct from the manufactory.
JOINERS CARPENTERS' TOOLSA
good assortment of Joiners and Carpenters' Tools,
warranted of the best quality.
Also Well-tops and Chains, at prices equal to
Toledo and Buffalo. J & W HOOD,
Perrysburg, Mav 19, 18-53. N 1 Front-st.
A VARIETY ot beautiful and ornamental Time
Pieces at IIOOD's.
A L ARGE assortment of WALL and WINDOW
PAPER, choice patterns, at IIOOD's.
SCEINE and Wool TWINE, and other Cordage
BURNING FLUIDS and LAMPS "Gives
cheap and brilliant light:' at IIOOD's.
FRENCH, German and Yunkee NOTIONS, at
ED Alt POSTS. 3,000 Cedar Posts, single
posts or in logs, at HOOD'S.
OARSE SALT and Fine Salt, in bags, at
MORSE'S Syrup of Yellow Dock, a remedy
for disordered BOWELS and BLOOD, us't
received. Seeadv't. PECK & ROBERTSON.
THE board of School Ex;t miners of Wood coun
ty will hold their first spring session for the ex
amination of teachers, at the court house in Perrys
burg, on the first Tuesday of April next, at 9 o'clock
a. m., and on the fiFSt Tuesday of each month there
after, until further notice. iiy order of the board.
J. llNEWTON, Clerk.
Perrysburg, March 15, 1351. 2 w3
THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY
The price of this paper is 61.50 in ad
vance. If payment be delayed six months,
25 cents will be added ; if it be delayed till
the end of the year, 50 cents additional will
be charged, invariably.
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.
G. & J. POWERS
HAVE just returned from New York and are now
opening at the old stand of George Powers.
oil 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,
Shovels, Spades, Chains, &c; Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Heady Made Clothing in fine, a complete variety
of articles usually found in a retail store, and which
wm De ottered 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 bv any other establishment in the place in
Uoods ot the same quality. V e 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, but received with joyful
hearts and pleasant looks. November 1, 1853.
42tf JOHN POWERS.
Another Instalment of
New Goods !
ED. PECK & CO. are this day receiving
directly from New York vin N. Y."& E. It. It.,
an elegant and extensive stock of
SUMMER AND FALL GOODS,
Consisting of a general assortment of Dry Goods,
such as Cloths, Casimeres, Jeans, Sheetings, Shirt
ings, Drills, Prints, Ginghams, Lawns, DeLaines,
Berages, Silk Tissues, Cambrics, Laces, Edgings,
&c. &c. A good variety of Dress Trimmings and
Velvet Ribbons. Hats, Caps, Bonnets and Trim
mings, of the latest styles and CHE A P.
Ready made Clothing in any quantity and at all
Also, a complete stock of Groceries. Hardware,
Crockery , Boots and Shoes, Iron, Nails, G lass, Paints
All the above Goods, and others too numerous to
mention, will be sold to suit purchasers.
Come and see us I
July 9, 1853.
SHAWLS! We have this day received by ex
press a splendid assortment of fall and winter
Shawls, comprising a variety of styles of the
BAY STATE, WATERLOO & ENGLISH
Square and Long SHAWLS. Those in want of a
good shawl, will do well to examine these before
purchasing. Oct 3 E. D. PECK & CO.
OA BBLS. Ground Plaster this dav received and
J and for sale by ED PECK & Co.
April 30, 1853
SHINGLES 50,000 good Pine Shingles, for sale
by apl30J EDPECK&Co.
PINE SHINGLES, this dav rece'd
and for sale bv E. D. PECK & Co.
PLOUGHS. Geo. W. Brown & Co. are ma
king, and have ready for talc, either at
WHOLESALE or RETAIL,
Nos. 1, 3 and 4 of Long's Right and Left Hand
Ploughs, of a little the latest improvement out.
These Ploughs are manufactured by us, made of the
best materials, and wan-anted to give entire satis
faction. Farmers and others wishing Ploughs, will
do well to call at Brown & Hunt's Tin Shop and
Stand From Under !
THOSE indebted to the subscribers are most re
respectfully invited to walk up and pay up.
The papers can be found at our office fur a short
time, where they can be paid without any additional
charges. BROWN & HUNT.
And GEO. W, BROWN & CO.
Perrysburg, Feb. 27, 154.
II. Smith's Hunting Fluid,
The actual cost of which is one-third less than oil
or candles, and neither emits smoke or bad smell,
no danger in its use. It is entirely anew invention,
and burns without destroying the wkk, and never
causes the least dirt, smoke or soil to the lamp. I
will furnish thu fluid, with the lamps of all descrip
tions, at the lowest possible cost. Manufactured at
Woodville, Sandusky county, Ohio, bv
Feb, 20, 1851.--00 B. SMITH.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS,
From the Newspaper Advertising Agency of
S. M. PettengiH & Co.,
122 Nassau-st.,N. York, and 10 State-st., Boston.
Morse's Compound Syrup of
YKLLOW DOCK ROOT.
THIS is a purely vegetable compound, scientifi
cally prepared from the best roots and herbs of
the Materia Medica, and has gained an unrivalled
reputation for the following effects, viz : Regulating
and strengthening the Liver and Digestive Organs,
and cleansing the Stomach and Hovels, and thus
cukino all billions diseases, Liver Complaints, Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Costiveness, Tiles, Headache,
Fever and Ague, Jaundice, Nausea, Loss of Appe
tite, Sic, and causing the food to nourish and support
every part, PURIFYING the BLOOD, and thus
curing all Humors, Cutaneous Eruptions, Scrofula,
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Scald Head, Canker, Pim
ples on the face, Blothes, Ulcers, Tumors, Mercurial
Diseases, Cancers, &c; Regulating the secretory
organs, and by enabling them to perform their pro
per functions, preventing and curing many painful
and dangerous diseases ; Strengthening anil quiet in g
the Nervous System, thusallaying Nervous Irritation,
and curing all diseases of the nerves, as Hysteria,
Neuralgia, Cramps, &c.
It is Unrivalled in the Cure of all Female Com
plaints, as weakness, general debility, irregularity,
obstructions, swelling of the feet, limbs, joints, &c.,
caused by weakness ; Also, Lung and Throat Com
plaints, as Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Consumption, &c,
Having made use of the Compound Svrup of Yel
low Dock Root, prepared by C. MOKSE Si CO.,
either ourselves or in our families, and finding it to
be a very salutary and effectual preparation, we do
most cheerfully recommend it to the public as a very
E. Bourne, Esq., Cashier National Bank, provi
dence, R. I.; A. W. Spencer, Esq., Cash. Lime Rock
Bank do do do.; Rev Wm Phillips, Rev J. B Rich
mond, C. S.Jones, editor Providence Gen. Advt.;
Wm Field. M. W. G. M., Cyrus Fisher. M. E. H. P.,
James Hutchinson, G. S. Di-a. V. J. Bates, Dr. Ben
Colbv, and one hundred others of the most respect
aole families of Providence.
This certifies that I have for a number of vears
been acquainted with the composition ami mode of
manufacture ot Moksi; sCoMi'orMSvitrr of Yel
low Dock Root. I have also been acquainted with
its modus operandi in disease, and can say that in all
respects it is admirably calculated to remedy that
class of diseases for which it is designed. It is es
pecially valuable in Indigestion and all its attendant
symptoms; it excites to healthy action the Liver,
removes torpor and inactivity of this organ, and stim
ulates healthy action in all the system. As a depu
rator or purifier of the blood it has no superior.
David Holmes, M. I).
Providence, R. I., Jan. 4. 18.53.
- J2Prepared bv C. Mohsk & Co., 4fi Broad
way, N. Y., and sold by PUCK Si ROI1F.RTSON,
Perrysburg, and by Druggistsandothersthroughout
this and other countries. l'2yl
THE TOLEDO 11L.YDE has been enlarged
to the size of the LAH;i:st h.wlikh on the Lakes.
Hereafter special exertions will be made to make it
authoritative on subjects of commerce, the markets,
and the news of the day. It daily publishes the la
test Telegraphic news, and usually contains the
markets of Buffalo and New York of the day it is
Connected with th-j office, is a HINDEIIY, nm
ply supplied with hands and machinery, which will
promptly execute any work demanded by the wants
of the country.
Subscriptions and work for the Bindery received
ai mis omce.
IVcw IS 51. Store.
THE subscriber having purchased the entire stock
and taken the stand occupied by M. KEY, jr.
and ROSS Si KEY, respectfully solicits the patron
age of the late firm and thu milillc inniomllr. l'r.r
further particulars please call on the subscriber, at
,.1.1 ........I . V I . ... , -l, ,
me uhi oiuiMi ui jos ix, jcy, wnere you win una a
GENERA L A SS O R TMENT OF G O ODS,
warranted to give satisfaction, and offered for sale
on the most reasonable terms,
jan 23-lGtf A. M. THOMPSON.
Having disposed of my entire stock of goods to
A. M. Thompson, 1 would cheerfully recommend
Mr. T. to the natronatre of mv old customers ami
the public generally. Maksiiai.l Kkv, Jit.
Jan. 2i, loi.
Homer Hart "l Wood County Common Pleas,
vs. Vacation after Spring term,
George II. Stevens. ) 18.51.
GEORGE II. STEVENS will take notice that
L'omer Hart has i'ded a petition against him in
the court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio,
asking judgment against him for one hundred and
forty dollars and eighty-four cents, with interest on
sixteen dollars since the first day of September, 18,53,
and that on the order of the judge of said court an
order of attachment has issued in said cause, which
has been served and returned. The said Georire II.
Stevens is therefore notified that unless he plead or
answer . aid petition oy tno 1st day ot July, A. L
1854, said Homer Hart will, on the yth day of Oc
tober, A. 1). 18.51, or as soon then after as said court
shall he in session, ask a judgment in his favor for
the above amount. JAMES MURRAY,
April 22, 18.51. 7wG$3 Att'y of Plaintiff.
WAGON & CA11KIAGE MAKING.
mDIITmr ,i i
m. uimi is coiiHiiuniy enlarging ins busi-
J m finil imnrnvinir It is f i r il I tin a t . 1
work, and respectfully solicits an enlarged public
patronage. His customers will generally find him
prompt, attentive to business, and anxious to accom
modate those who pay for their work, lie is pre
pared to make to order, Wagons for Farmers and
Teanvters. B UlTinOS Ot' tllft lIMIMt llT,flTVPl mill tfluta-
ful styles ; Pleasure Carriages of all kinds ; Carts,
Urays, j imber heels, &c., Sec. His work will be
made of the best materials, in a good substantial
manner, and on reasonable terms.
He keeps constantly on hand for sale. LUMBER
WAGONS, ONE HORSE WAGONS, CUT
TERS, SLEIGHS, ,-r.
Fanners, Look Here!
He manufactures Ball $ Post's CVLTlVATOIt,
a new article patented April (ith, 1S.V, to which he
would call the attention of agriculturists. Asa la
bor saving machine, it is capable of doing double
the amount of work of anv ordinary Cultivator.
This implement has two ong shares, one on each
side, constructed of steel, and fastened on the mould
boards in such a manner as to move the entire sur
face of the ground, thereby cutting alj roots and
weeds that come in contact with the shares which
may be graduated by the clevy to run from two to
six inches in depth.
The three small plows attached to the shares an
swer the same purpose of the common tooth culti
vator, and in addition to the shares and plows, is a
metallic blade rake attached to the rear of the Cul
tivator, which serves to cut and break up the sod
and hard lumps, leaving the earth in a fine ami pul
verized condition. The effectiveness of this cultiva
tor renders second hoeing unnecessary, which is a
saving of time and labor.
Mr. Perrin also manufactures a larger sized ma
chine, constructed upon the same principle as the
above, but with larger shares, and containing two
small plows in addition tothecorn cultivator, w hick
is designed to put in grain, and working upon sum
mer fallows. They are light, and of durable con
struction, readily handled ami of easy draught.
This Cri.TiVAToit obtained the first premium at
the Ohio State Fair, heid at Cleveland in Sept.,18,5,.
Shop on Front-st., Perrysburg, Ohio. lltf
REFORM or EC LL'C'TIC PHYSICIAN.
I hereby give notice to the people of perrysburg
and elsewhere that I am now fullv prepared to treat
persons afflicted with diseases of any kind, and all
such are respectfully invited to come and be cured.
My mode of removing disease is by the use of
Vegetable JI li in s.
Selected from all the best made use of bv physicians,
alwasacting in unison with the powers of life, ami
which do not leave the system in a shattered and de
bilitated condition, such as generally follows the use
ot Mercury and mineral medicines. From many
years experience in the use of Vegetable Remedies
Heel justified in saving that everv form of disease
can be entirely cured bv the use of mv medicine, for
thousands of people are annually cured of every kind
of disease by the use of these medicine. I am al-o
assisted by the advice of many eminent Eclectic h
sicians in the United States. '
Among the many diseases which I havecurcd and
am prepared to cure again, are the following: Fever
and Ague, Bilious, Typhus, and febrile diseases of
every type; diseases of the stomach and bowels;
inflammation and debility of the Liver ami Luii"s ;
Rheumatism of all kinds'; White Sw elling : Scrol'n
la; all kinds of Old Sores; old Ulcers and Old Sore
Legs. Come and converse with those that I hao
cured, and they will tell von that three dollars has
cured them with me wheii forty dollars elsewhere
did not. Sore Eyes, Asthma, all diseases of the
throat, mouth and head ; pain in the side ; weakness
in the back ; Dropsy; breaking out on the surface ;
humors in the blood ; Piles ; Venereal diseases cured
in a lew days ; all diseases of Children, and particu
larly all diseases of Women; those weaknesses s
common to them can be removed ; and other dis
eases too numerous to mention, both general and
local, will be cured in the shortest possible time.
Come and see, and put aw ay vour prejudices and be
If any reasons be asked for the decided stand I
take on this subject, fliev can be given. In the firt
place, so many of the inhabitants of the world as are
acquainted with mo, either personally or by charac
ter, will expect this duty at my hands. Second, my
conscience, tvhich 1 cannot with anv degree of pro
priety resist, is night and day exciting me forward bv
every allurement, of happiness to embark inthisglo
rious cause, and by every degree of unliappiness if I
faint-heartedly shrink back into apathy uftcr be in"
so long as 1.5 eurs using CV(.rv mi ans in mv power
both in and out of the profession, to stir us some able
hand to undertake this, of all reforms, the most nec
essary. And third, my Cod, whom I incline to servie
with all my heart, sou!, strength ami mind, says in
Exodus, Thou shall, not ." heme, if I suffer
any false system to oppress the lintn ni family, and
countenance the same, and do not lilt up mv voice
against it. He will rank me as a murderer, and pun
ish me accordingly, see the L'Tth and L's.h chapters of
Deuteronomy. Read also the 2"th chapter of Mat
thew, wher" ' very one of us is called upon notto hidn
our talents lie they ever so few or weak ; and hence
I contend, that if 1 possess only one talent as a qual
ification to eradicate only one error of medical prac
tice, or establish only niie truth of medical theory
and do not make proper use of that talent;, I ,un as
culpable as if I had five talents rolled in a napkin.
My office is on Front street, opposite Houston's,
store. Also, Botanic Medicines for sale.
rerrjsburg, June 13, 853.--14mC