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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.
The board of directors of the Ohio peni
tentiary have appointed Wtn. McEwen clerk
of that institution, antt John Huffman has
ben reinstated as deputy warden.
llezin W. Watson, late deputy warden,
died of cholera at Mt. Vernon last week.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
'PIIE partnership heretofore existing between E.
L Graham & Co.. is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. E- OKA HAM.
Perrysburg, March 20, 1854.
The business will hereafter be conducted by the
subscriber, at the old stand, where you will rind a
verv superior selection ot
" Spring and Summer Goods,
Cheaper thii.ii ever tor Cash.
My stock embraces every variety of Dress Goods
and Trimmings; also numerous pieces varying in
price from a '(id to $7 per yard. Hoots and Suoea
tor men. women and children, for Spring and Sum
mer wear; Summer Cloths, suitable in quality and
.rii fnr men and boys. Our Jlonnets cannot be
uniiused either for beauty or style
are ju-xt the tiling to equip them with
1 have also every variety of Hardware, for either
f armers, mechanics, or tiousenoii use.
In short, everything which anybody needs, can be
had here either ch'ap Goods. jrfy Goods, or good
Goods. And if vou only call, that is sufheient war
rant for a sale ; and every time you buy, the richer
tou get ! So, spare not the dimes elsewhere, tor
thev"will turn into shillings here. If you don't be-
V.rve it. try tlia experiment
Perrysburg, May 12, 1854. 10
E. G1C A HAM-
FASIHOSA BLE HATTER.
I AM now in receipt of a full assortment of spring
styles, as follows :
Beebe & Co.'s Moleskin and Beaver ;
Leary & Co.'s Moleskin;
m IPS. Cloth. Silk and Glazed; and a full
rtninnt of Soft and Kossuth HATS, Fur and
All who find it troublesome to w ear a new hat
have one fitted perfectly to the head by
COA FORM ATE UR.
whiai is the most perfect machine for that purpose
-v.r made. mil 27 'Hi
andersigneu oners mr buic, m tjunmi; i
purchasers, the following described lands,
I countv, Ohio, and in Steuben county, In-
Farming Lands for Sale.
rplJE undersigned otters for sale, in quantities to
4iana, .: , .
In the Town of Lake, ood County. Ohio.
v .,,. fe1f one, 229.30
Northeast qr of southeast qr
Southwest qr of southeast qr
North half of southeast qr
North naif of southwest qr
North went jr
West ha?f f southeast qr
West half f northwest qr
Northeast -qr ,
KriHh h:ilf of southeast or
Also, fractional section 3t, in fractional town
ship No. 8, north of range 12, containing 13.75
T t), Tnirm nf Jackson. Steuben County, Indiana.
Town . '17, Range 12.
East half of the southwest qr
East half f northeast qr
South half of the southeast qr
Wst half of the northwest or
All of these Lands are of superior quality, having
teen selected nearly twenty years ago for agricultu
ral purposes. The title is derived by patents from
the United States Government, and is unquestiona
ble. Those in Steuben county, Indiana, consist of oak
openings, and are well adapted to the growth of
Those in the town of Lake, Wood county. O., con
sist of woodland, generally heavy timbered, consis
ts' of oak, ash, white-wood, elm, beech, maple, and
other varieties. In the immediate vicinity of Per
rysburg and Toledo, they are all of them near or in
tersected by important lines of Railroad, running
east, west and south ; and as the whole surrounding
region is becoming rapidly improved, they present
desirable investments for those wishing to purchase
for the purpose of improvement.
Apply to the subscriber at the Weddell House,
Cleveland, or at his residence, Marquette, Lake Su
perior, Michigan ; or to his agent, Samuel P. Ely, at
Rochester, N. Y. Information respecting the lands
may also be bad of Hon. N. Allen, at Toledo.
ClTland, OWo, April 22. 1854.6m2
T)APER HANGINGS. We are just receiv
JL ing our spring stock of Paper Hangings, such as
Wall I'apek, ,
Window Paper, and
Fire 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 Stf D. II. NYE & CO.
HIKES, SHEEP PELTS, fcc.
rrMIE only place to tret the money for Hides, green
X or dry, Sheep-skins, Beeswax and Feathers, is
at UKO W JN & HUNT'S, who at ail times are ready
to pay the highest price in Money. So bring them
They have for sale every description of
Stoves, Stove Pipe & Tin Ware.
Give them a call, and if they cannot suit you, there
is no need of trying elsewhere. Store corner Front
street & Louisiana Avenue. oet24
AHEAD OP THE TIMES!
At the Sirn of the Big Watch,
SUMMIT STREET, TOLEDO.
II t.xRY T. COOK respectfully informs his ten
thousand personal friends, and the good people
j of Toledo, Maumee City, Perrysburg, and all the
country round, that he has opened the most com
plete and splendid stock ever offered in the city, and
is receiving daily additions from the best European
and Eastern manufacturers ot
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 Ins splendid
Gold and Silver Watches,
of every variety, quality and pattern, at prices rang'
ing from Tm to One flundred and Fifty Dollars.
SUPERB GOLD FOB CHAINS,
the largest and richest assortment ever seen here, at
from J irrve to I'tfty Dollars.
HEAVY (J OLD GUARD CHAINS,
of unequalled beautv, weight and finish, at from
Twelve to Forty-five Dollars.
Magnificent Diamond Pins and Rings, of the
latest styles, and at the lowest prices
Superior Pen and Pocket Knives, of elegant
j patterns and finished workmanship, the hnest lot in
Plain, Octagon ano Beautiful Inlaid Clocks
of the best manufacture, at 7'ico and a Half to Fif
teen Dollars. YY ltn a countless variety ot
Lockets. Gold Pencils,
Rings, Gold Pens,
Ear Drops, Watch Seals,
Cuff Pins, Breastpins,
Brooches, Studs, &c.
And everything else ever seen or heard tell of in a
jewelry establishment. Prices lower than the lowest.
Ospecial care given by the best workmen in
the country to repairing watches and jewelry,
and all work warranted.
ff Don't forget the place Sign of the Dig
Watch, Summit street, between Jefferson and Mad
ison streets. mr20yl H. T. COOK.
BOOK BINDERY, Bliss's Building, Sum
mit street, Toledo, 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, tyc,
made at the shortest notice.
?-5T"Magazines and Old Books bound to pattern.
N. B. One of Town's Patent Pauino Machines,
for paging Blank Books, is in operation at this es
tablishment. Ruling of all kinds done to order.
Toledo, March 20, 1854. 2yl
JTOrders for Binding left at this office will be
promptly forwarded and the work returned here, at
n very triHing expense.
CJAWYER, INTjERSOLTj & Co.,
O PUBLISHERS. BOOKSELLERS AND
STATIONERS, Blade Building,
Sawyer, Ingersoll Co. keep constantly on hand,
the publications of the American Tract Society, the
American S. S. Union, of Newman & Ivison, and
Carter & Brothers, Ato York ; of Phillips, Samp
son & Co., of Boston ; of Moore & Anderson, and
W. B. Smith & Co., Cincinnati ; and the beautiful
Presentation Books of E. H. Butler, Philadelphia :
all of which are ottered to the trade, the clergy and
the public, at Publishers' retail prices, and at a tri
Hing advance on wholesale rates.
Tract Society's Almanacs at Society's prices.
School Books at Wholesale.
Sawyer, Inoersoll & Co. offer to the trade, at
a slight advance on publishers' wholesale rates
McGuffey's and Sanders's Readers and Spellers.
Ray's, Thompson's, Smith's and Stoddard's Arith
metics. Pinneo's, Smith's and Bullion's Grammars.
Smith's and Olney's Geographies.
Ray's and Tower's Algebra.
Comstock's Philosophy. Gray's Chemistry.
Young's Citizen's Manual. St. John's Geology.
Smith's Illustrated Astronomy.
Guernsey's, Wilson's and Goodrich' History of
ma unuea Mates.
Ackerman's Natural History.
Scott's Bible entire in three volumes, for $6.50.
xnh20-2tf SAWYER, INGERSOLL & CO.,
BOOKS FOR THE MILLION!
HAVING made my fall purchases 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
Books in general; Also, Bibles, Prayer
books, Annuals, Giftbooks, Toys,qrc.
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 1 will sell for cash
or exchange for rags, at wholesale or retail, as cheap
a3 can be bought this side of New York City.
Clergymen, Teachers, and Associations purchas
ing Libraries, supplied at a liberal discount.
Maumee City, Oct. 17, 185a. f. U. HOLT.
R. A. CROSS,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
iu $2a Would most respectfully invite the citizens
ot Maumee City, Perrysburg, Watervilleand vicm
ity to call and examine, before purchasingelsewhere,
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 Kings ; Ladies' supe
rior Cuff Pins ; Ladies' Kuby, Emerald, Pearl, and
Garnet Rings ; Fine Gold Lockets ; Ear-rings of all
kinds and qualities ; beautiful alva coral Bracelets ;
fine Gold Bracelets with settings; Ladies' Gold
Chains; Gents' extra fine Gold Vest Chains, new
style ; Silver and Gold Pencils; Cornelian Rings;
V atches, Clocks, Gold and Silver Watch Keys, to
gether with a general assortment of every variety of
roods in his line.
Cash buyers will find this a very desirable stock,
and 1 would also say that 1 can and will sell jewelry
ten per cent, cheaper than Toledo merchants.
Maumee City, Oct. 17. R. A. CROSS.
Waterville, Maumee City and Perrysburg
THE subscriber having established the Marble
business in Waterville and Maumee City, asks
the inhabitants ot these places, and vicinities, to give
him a call and examine his large stock of MARBLE.
My Marble is from Rutland 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-fourth 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 air. MciNeese s Cloth Office.
Those who wish for Grave Stones or Monuments,
now is your time. So give me a call if you do not
purchase. G1JJEOJN MIJiKS.
Waterville & Maumee City, Jan. 3, 1854. 48yl
1 of the east part of sections 17, 20, 29, 32, and
the west part of 21, 28 and 33, in town 6 north, of
range 12 east, and the east part of sections 5 and 8,
and the west part of 4 and 9, in town 5 north, of
range 12 east, all in Wood county, will take notice
that at a session of the county commissioners, held
at the court house on the 5tU day of June, A. D.
1854, a survey and view of a county road wa3 grant
ed, commencing at the -,vest quarter-post of section
16, in Troy townsh.'.p ; thence south on section lines
to the west branch of Portage river: and that a sur
vey will be nad thereof on the 10th of July, A. D.
1854, the viewers and surveyor to meet at the house
of George Hopper, in Troy township.
HENRY PERKINS, Petitioner.
June 10, 1854. 14w4
ROAD NOTICE. At a regular session of the
commissioners of Wood county, held June 5th,
1854, a view and survey of an alteration of the Gil
ead and Portageville county road was granted as
follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of sec
tion 3G, in town 5 north, of range 9 east, (Weston) ;
thence east along the town line 226 rods, or nearly ;
thence to the old road. The nan-resident land own
ers of the north part of section 1, in town 4 north,
of range 9 east ; also of the south part of section 36,
in town 5 north, of range 9 east, are notified that
said viewers and surveyor will meet on the 8th of
August, A. D. 1854, at the house of Thomas Tay
lor, in Weston township, to view and report upon
said alteration of said road as aforesaid.
ALEXANDER BROWN, Petitioner.
June 10, 1854. 14wl
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
courthouse in Perrysburg, 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 and fifty
seven, new survey, in the town of Perrysburg, Wood
county ; taken as the property of E. N. Knight, at
the suit of Samuel Jackson, administrator of Henry
Friezner, deceased. S. SPINK,
April 10. 1854. 5w5$ 1.88 Special Master.
JE.9The above sale has been postponed till the
22d day of July next. S. SPINK,
May 13, 1854. Spwial Master.
Perrysburg Prices Current.
Wheat, $0.0O0.0O ; Flour $8.009.00; Rye, 50 ;
Corn, 60&60; Oats 3740; Flaxseed 87$1.00t '
Timothy, $1.602,00; Clover $4.004.50; Pota-'
toes 75(g $ 1 ; A pples, green, 50(g $ 1 .00, dried, $1.25
to 1.60; Beans, $1.25 1.50; Butter 1212; Eggs,
8 to 10 ; Beeswax, 22 to 25 ; Feathers, 31 to 44 ;
Fresh Pork, 4 to 4 ; Mess do., $10.00 to 12.00;
Prime, $8,00; Hams68; Shoulders 5 to 6 ;
Sides 6 to 6; Fish, pickerel $6.00a7 .00 ; white bass
$5.506.00; Shingles, white wood $1.00, pine
$3.50g4.00; Staves, flour barrel $3.50 to 3.75, tight
barrel $5.506.00 ; Hides, green 4 to 5, dry 8 to 9 ;
Tallow 10 to 12 ; Lard 0 to 8 ; Wood $1.251.50;
Onions 75 ; Wool 25g35 cts. Hogs 4 to 4c.
TO SAWYERS. A Gumming Machine for
sale. Also, Saws gummed, at HOOD'S.
June 21, 1854.
DAIRY SALT. Coarse Turk's Island Salt,
just received and for sale by
May 293t GEO. & JOHN POWERS.
DR. J. BLECIIER,
Office over J. Augustus HaH'sstore.
All work warranted. dec5-39tf
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nOAD NOTICE. The non-resident owners
XV of the south part of sections 21, 20, 19, and the
north part of sections 28, 29, and 30, in town 6 north,
of range 12 east, (Troy,) and the south part of sec
tion 24 and 23, and the north part of 25 and 26, in
in town 6 north, range 11 east, will take notice that
at a session of the county commissioners of Wood
county, held on the fifth of June, A. D. 1854, a view
and survey of a county road was granted, said road
to commence at the southeast corner of section 21 ;
thence west to the McCutchenville road ; said view
and survey to be had on the 12th 6f July next ; the
viewers and surveyor to meet at the house of Morris
Gilbert, Troy township. MQRRIS GILBERT,
June 10, 1854. 14w4 Petitioner.
NOTICE. At a regular session of the board of
county commissioners of Wood county, at the
court house in Perrysburg, on the 5th of June, A. D.
1854, a view and survey of a county road was grant
ed, as follows : Beginning at the Croni road, between
sections 14 and 15, in Weston township ; thence
north on section lines to near Huffman's saw-mill;
thence on the most practicable route to the river
road. The non-resident and unknown land owners
along said road are therefore notified that the view
ers and surveyor will meet on the 7th of August, at
the house of Frederick Krill, to view, locate, ap
praise damages, and report on said road accordingly
A. NJFER, Petitiooef
Jum 10, 1854. 14w4