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THE ; PERltYSBtfllG 'JOURNAL J'
Ex-Tresiclen t Fil I more has re t rtrntkl to Buf
falo from his western trip to Minnesota, St.
' Thfe wheat crop in Delaware it 'is said,
was never more abundant.
'. 1 ! S. JEFFERSON, '
A ttorney at Law, Solicitor in Chancery, Land Agent,
Sic. Sic. Office iu the court house, Perrysburg, O.
J. W. KILLS & SONS,
Manufacturers of all kinds of Paper and Blank
Books. Springfield, Ohio. . . t
WM. M. KOHL & CO., . ,.
(StJCCKSSOKS TO KOHL AND THOKXE,)
Importers is Dealers in Perfumery and Fancy Goods
also, all the genuine Family Medicines.
N. E. corner 4th & Vine streets, Cincinnati, O.
J5&AI1 orders promptly attended to.
WM. M. KOHL. - - - H. W. FOWLEK.
CHURCH, II AYES & Co., Wholesale Deal
ersio Foreign & Domestic Dav Goods, Ready
Made Clothing, Groceries, Hoot's and Shoes,
Straw Goods, Ikon, Nails, Glass, Glass Ware,
and Pittsburg Manufactures in general.
Particular attention paid to orders.
1 Morris Block No. 4, Toledo, Ohio.
AT II. CALLARD respectfully informs the
IN . merchants and citizens generally of Perrys
burg and its vicinity, that he has opened a
over J. A. Hall's store, where he will at all times
(durinff business hours') be ready to cut and manu
facture CLOTHING in the latest and best style. All
orders given will be accomplished with promptitude
and economy. '
N. B. Cutting done for the Trade, and warranted
to fit when properly made up. au221yj
SADDLERY HARDWARE. Just received
and now offered 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 Wellvtops and Chains, at prices equal to
Toledo and Buffalo. " J & W HOOD,
' Perrysburg, May 19, 1853. No 1 Front-st.
A VARIETY of beautiful and ornamental Time
Pieces at HOOD's.
LARGE assortment of WALL and WINDOW
SCEINE and Wool TWINE.aUd other Cordage
BURNING FLUIDS and LAMPS "Gives
cheap and brilliant light," at HOOD's.
FRENCH, German and Yankee NOTIONS, at
EDAR POSTS.--3.000 Cedar Posts, single
posts or in logs, at HOOD'S.
OARSE SALT and Fine Salt, in bags, at
jl i .iviiiuijii m. . .it. iwv iii3ian.Q u 1 1 intern
ment was this day issued bv Solomon Phillips
a justice of the peace of Troy township, Wood coun
ty, Ohio, against the property and ettects ot Inoin
as Brossil, a non-resident of said county, for the sum
of $5.00. BENJAMIN F. DENNIS.
June 15, A. D. 1854. 15w3
A HOUSE & LOT in Bowling Green; also, an
xA. excellent little Farm J of a mile west of Bowl
ing Green, of BO acres, 10 improved, with young
orchard, &c, situated on a good road. For terms.
price, &c, inquire at this oiiice. , S. CLARK.
TOBERT E. MURDOCK. or the owner of the
JlV S. h of E. of N. E. i of sec. 13, town 5 N..
K. 10 E. iou are notified that viewers and a sur
veyor have been appointed to lay out and survey
county road, commencing at a point in the old road
running northerly from the Gorrill road, 80 rods south
of tue nortli line ot section J.J, in the N. W. i of said
' section, running thence east through the N. E. I par
allel with the north line of said section to the Find
lay plank road ; also, to review and determine
the vacation of the road commencing at the inter
section of said road with the old Findlay road,
the S. E. 4 of sec. 14, running thence eaJt through
part S. W. 1 sec. 13, to the point of inrersectiou'of
paid road with the old road running northerly from
the road known as Gorrill read, in S. W, 1 sec. J3
also, the vacation of that part of co. road included
betw een the road running northerly from said Gorrill
road and the Findlay plank road, and running east
erly on the half section line of said sec, 13, all
J'lain township, Wood county, Ohio, in pursuance
of a petition duly presented to and acted on by the
commissioners of said Wood county ; and that said
viewers and surveyors will meet' at the house
David "Dalley, in said Plain township, on the 17th
day of July, 1854, or within five days thereafter,
act upon the matters contained in the said order ap
'pointing them. . , , , B. VAN CAM P. el a.,
""James Murra'v, Att'y. . , Petitioners.
June 10, 1854.14w4$3.12 5 '
THE PERHYSBURd JOURNAL
, . IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY
The price of this paper is $1.50 in ad
vance. If payment be delayed six months,
25 cents will be added ; if it be debyed till
the end of the year, 50 cents additional will
be charged, invariably.
NEW AND CHEAP OOODS.
. G. & J. POWERS
HAVE just returned from New York and are now
opening at the old stand of George Powers,
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.
Shovels, Spades, Chains, &c; Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Heady Made Clothing in tine, 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 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
Goods of the same quality. We 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
W , , v v T v vyc v?, T?g
llj directly trom New 1 ork via N. l .Si L. It. R.,:
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
mgs, 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- i
mings, of the latest styles and CHEAP.
Ready made Clothing in any quantity and at all
Also, a complete stoeK ot urocenes. Hardware,
Crockery, Boots and Shoes, Iron, Nails, Glass, Paints
All the above Goods, and others too numerous to
mention, will be sold to suit purchasers.
Come and see us !
SHAWLS! We have this day received by ex
press a splendid assortment of fall and winter
Shawls, comprising a variety of stlesof 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.
Qf BBLS. Ground Plaster this dav received and
3 and for sale by E I) PECK & Co.
April 30. 1853
OI liNG LES 50.( !("0 good P i u eThi n i ;lc7 ."for "sal e
E D PECK Si Co.
PA nf.nlMNE SHINGLES, this day rece'd
JU,UliU and for sale bv E.D. PECK & Co.
king, and have ready tor sale, either at
WHOLESALE or RETAIL,
Nos. 1,3 and 4 of Long's Right and Left Hand
Plonghx. of a little the latest improvement out.
These Ploughs are manufactured by us, made of the
best materials, nnd warranted to give entire satis
faction. Farmers ami others wishing Plouyhs, will
lo well to call at Brow n Si Hunt's Tin Shop and
ROAD NOTICE At a regularsession of the
Commissioners of M ood county, held June ith,
l'il, a view and survey of a county road whs grant
ed, as follows: Beginning at the head of the"outlet
ditch, on the farm formerly owned by Joseph Rals
ton, thence along the bank of said ditch to w here
the ditch crosses the section line between sections
18and 7; thence cast on the section line to the south
west corner of section nine, to intersect the Way
road, ami there terminate. The non-resident land
owners of the northeast quarter of the northwest
quarter of section IS; also, the north half of the
northeast quarter of the same section ; nlso, the south
half of section 8, nnd the north half of section 17, (all
in Center township,) are notified that said viewers
and surveyor w ill meet on the ISth day of July, A.
D. 18M, at the head of said ditch, in Center town
ship, to view and report upon said road as aforesaid.
, JOHN McKANE, Petitioner.
June 13,1854. 15 wl
IVc W 1 8 5 4. StOl'C .
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 tirm and the public generally. For
further particulars please rail on the subscriber, at
the old stand of Ross & Key, where you will find a
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF HOODS,
warranted to givo satisfaction, and offered for side
on the most reasonable terms.
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, jr.
Jan. i!3, 1&"4.
rpOLEDO NURSERY. We are now offering
JL for sale a Large Stock of Fruit Trees, con
sisting of Apple,
Pear and Cherry, both Standard and Dwarf,
YC. .VC. iVC.
aro determined to do our share towards supplvint:
tt. .int nt tl. 'nt " "
We furnish, gratuitously, our descriptive Cafa-
Also, a very full and complete stock of
Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Plants,
consisting in part of nearly all of the choice kveii
(jiieens and DECiiH ous" trees and snitrus, all
the classes of hoses, the finest sorts strong bloom
ing plants, choice vines nnd cheepers. Honey
suckle, Grecian Silk Vine, lvv, Scv.; Pa-onias.
BEDDING OCT" PLANTS,
such as Verbenas, Petunias, Dahlias, Carnations,
Fuchsias, Geraniums, Exotic Plants. &c. &c. A lso,
Z& Green and Hot House Plant.?
All orders, whether on the ground or bv mail, if
accompanied by casli or satisfactory reference, when
from strangers, will receive prompt mid cart ful at
tention. With our present larire and tine stock we
logue. Those who may order it bv mail should en
close two postage stamps to prepay postage.
j25PTo the people of Wood and adjoining coun
ties we offer renewed inducements to plant orchards
of choice fruit.
MADDOCKS, PERIGO & PRENTICE.
Toledo, March at). 1854. lni-
Stand From Under I
THOSE indebted to the subscribers are most re
respectfully invited to walk up and pav up.
The papers can be found at our otlice for u" short
time, where they can be paid w ithout anv additional
charges. BROWN &. HE NT.
And GEO. W. BROWN & CO.
Perrysburg, Feb. 27, lrC4.
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receipt or me price set tor anv volume.
LINDSAY Si BLACKISTON, Publishers,
3wl2 !.'" .South (ith street. Philadelphia.
rTMIE TOLEDO I5LADE has been enlarged
X to the size of the i.aku i:st o.uli i:s on the Lakes.
Hereafter special exertions w ill 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, nnd usually contains the
markets of Jiuffua and New York of the day it is
Connected w ith the office, is a BINDERY, am
ply supplied with hands nnd machinery, which will
promptly execute any work demanded'by the wants
of the country.
Subscriptions and work for the Bindery received
at this otlice. '
WAGON cV CAUKIAGI2 MAKING.
t" PERRIN is constantly ehlurjm. hi bui-'
J. ness and improvingMiis faeilitUkh., doing ei od
work, and respectfully solii it un tnWged public
patronage. 1 1 is customers will gent rally find him
prompt, attentive to busint gn, and ut.xu.uk to accom
modate those who pny for their wi.jfc. He s ,,r(,.
pared to make to order. Wnycns for Fanners and
canisters, Busies t-f the in. at o.proed nnd taste
tul styles; Pleasure Ciirrit.gl8 ot all kinds; Cam,
Drays, J .mber heels, & c., &c. lJis wtlI k v jj, b;
ma.Je ot the best materials, in a good substantiul
manner, and on reasonable tciu-s.
lie keeps constantly on hand l'or sale. I'MItrit
IERS, SLEIGHS, r.
Farmers, Look Here!
He ii.anutacturt s L,, jt)st A IVATOR,
new artul,. patented April (ith, )NVj, to vhid, ,,;
would call the attention of agrit ulturiMs. As a la
borsav.ng machine, it is ,., ,iB of iUllr. ,k l)h,,.
the amount ot work of any ordinary (.'.dtiuitor.
his nnph-nunt has two ,,n;: sl,ai, s, o,.c on ..!.
s.de. constructed ofstet l. n.ul rast. r. d on ,J.U mould
board-.in sud, .., as to Im,vc . t.,ltile Mir.
face ot he -round, thereby cuttir- all roots and
uceustliutioinc in contact with the shares which
may be graduated by the ch vy to run from two to
mx inches in depth.
The three small plows attached to the shares an
swer the same purpose of the common tooth rulti-
m i'IiiiniH "i i"n lVhJ S,'arvs au,i l'ws. is u
metallic blade rake attached to the rear of the Cul
tivator, w hu h serves to cut and break up th sod
and hard lump... Kavu the earth in a fine and pul
verized cond.tion The effective,, f this cu tiva
tor render second hoeing unnecessary, uhic Vs
saving of time nnd labor? 3
Mr. Pen-in also manufactures a larger sied n.n
chine, constructed upon the same principle a the
above, but w.rl, larger shares, and Vontaini. " two
small plows in addition tothp
is designed to put in grain, and working upon fiu i
iner fallows. 'Jhey are ,.,. ......'., , '"
strurtion read.ly handled and of ea, dntuj.l't '
lhis Ci I.TIVATOH obtained th- kL .'if'
the Ohio State Fair, heid at CVrWrfi .Ve, 3
Shop on 1 ront-st., Perryshurg. Ohio. l tf
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N. B. L. S. Si Co. have recently published nnd
have now for sale, the " Fakmkh'h Gi iik." bv Hen
ry Stephens, of Edinburgh, and Prof. Norton, of
ale College, New Haven, complete in 2 vols, royal
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engravings. Price in muslin binding, $0.
.?Jt- This work is not the old Book of the Farm "
lately resuscitated and thrown upon the market.
TIT ANTED Ten cords of good oak Wood U
V wanted at this office, for which wo will uar