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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.
Court of Common Please Wood County,
' James S. Wndworth vs. Charles James Murray.
rpiLK defendant, Charles James Murray, will tuUe
JL notice that the plaintiff, James S. Wadsw orth,
has filed his petition in the court of common pleas
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'.f tiiecouniv of Wood and state of Ohio, the ob-1
ect and prayer of which is, to obtain from said
Curtail order nuthoriiiig and empowering him,
the said plaintiff, to convey to the several persons
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named in the petition filed in this cause, or their
heirs or assigns, certain real estate, situate within
said counfv of Wood, and in said petition particu
. -v r ! v described ; said real estate having heretofore
!,eeu sulci by said plaintiff as trustee, holding the
legal title thereof with j tower of sale, t the Haiti
-everal persons therein uattieil; and that unless the
;,;iid petition be answered by tin: "ti'th day of Sep
tember next, the plaintiff will ask the court to grant
.he order praed lr bv default.
FITCH & McBAIN, Pltfs Attys.
Joledo, Aug. JO, 1.4.--!.-'
11(11 NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, to
Peter Farnest, nun-resiilent of Woo'l enuntv,
. I . . . I .1 - . . I . . 1 i .
Ulno, mat an application nas oeen manetowieTrus
Teescf Montgomery township to locate a ditch, on
Wednesday. September 27th, commi-ne in'c about S
rods north'nf the southeast corner of the north half
f the northeast (piarrer of section ', N. 4 north,
if ra:r.re 12 east, l imning north-westerly and wet
ri to the portage river.
ZF.BFLON 15. CFKTIS,
A I ) I I N ( ; PEEYEE.
Auini-f 1!, 1S.V1. 21wli.f IpdDs.due
rpt Perry Root. Ephraini Allen. Samuel Wilson,
X Peru. Ebenecr Beach, David F. Dodge,
'. W. and '. J. I'HS". J. 1. ihi!ii-ni, Allen Mi-
. in, Yander Yolg'
t!icr. I.oren Clark.',
is, I farry
iv Haines, ainl M'hifcomb I la.ikins, ortheown
t'f the fttllow i ri r de-cribed lands, situate in l'lain
itei MiiMletoii townships. Wood county, Ohio :
' i P A r T.
.'" .5 11 Sortfi f.at Ifuarter.
in .5 11 North Fast Quarter.
o .'. :i North West, North East.
II- t Fast North West.
,ti (. :!t l adixided two-thirds South West.
: (; :i4 " one-third do
;n (, .",4 F. N. V... less 10 acres off smith end.
:n I, :il S. end E. N. 1'.. 10 acres.
I 27 West South Fast.
:o (i L'7 F. S. W.and N. W. S. W.
;o f 27 South West North Fast.
Jo (I '-'7 South Fast North West.
'( (i 27 North We.-t North Fa.-t.
;o ( 22 East North West,
.o ft 22 North West North West,
'i b 22 West South West.
;.t 'i 22 South West North West.
in said coiintv, thence northward
You are hereby informed that an application will
m id'1 t' the tns.sfees of the townships of Middle-
...'I And Plain, in said county, for the purpose of
.: i a ditch located, survi ved, cut and opened,1
o'l'.mcuci'.iL.' at the north line of Joim Jewel's land.
V...TI' the old l iu.'.lav road crosses the same, in
.ii":c; viid ro.il through s.itions 11. 10 and .'!, hi said
'iwn-l'.ip ; thence northwardly along said road, in
v'.i hi'.eton township, in said counfv, through sec-
ion ol. '-'7 and 22, t where said road crosses the.
.mh line of fra' tional section l.". corniuoidv known
u Henrv Bernihisel's farm. That .-.aid ditch w ill
itfei t the above described lands, and an effort will
: made t subject the same, orthc owners thereof.
tt the expense of cutting and opening said ditch.
The trusf.-es will meet at the residence of R. ('.
'otnst nek. in Plain township, on the 2.".1 day of'
September. 1 ''',. for the purpose of making the'ne-
. esvirv elimination and locatinir said ditch, accord-
iv; to'the statute in such case made and provided.
August Ki, 1S.51.-
W. M. & E. COEN,
A. CONDIT, el at.,
, Tlt.rlr... .... -i, i, ,:i
i the Probate Court for Wood County, ohio.l
--mil the first Monday in September next.
ASllFll COOK. Probate Judire.
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VI Persons, therefore, who have been summoned to
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at said term ot i.ourt, win take
be in attendance at
lot ice that their attendance is dispensed with. Ap
teals from Justices of the Peace, perfected before
-lie 21th day of July, inst., must be filed in the
: 'lerk's office of said Court by the 2"th day of July,
inst., otherwise the appeals are not good. Next
'nn, ( k-tober 2d. Bv order of Hon. L. W. Hall.
' L.O.SIMMONS, Clerk.
l-errysourg, ,iuiy r, is.h.-ish.-
i TTACII3IEXT. Notice is hereby given that
-Ti. at my instance an order of attachment was this
issued bv E. Huntington, a Justice of the Peace
lie goods, chattels, stocks or interest in stocks,
riirhts. credits, moneys and effects of Warren
.Sampson, an absent debtor, for tho sum of $7.(J4.
June 12, 1S5L 17w3 . '; ,.
NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be
presented to the commissioners of Wood coun
ty, at their September session, 1S64, to lay out and
establish a County Road, as follows : Commencing
at the southeast corner of section twenty-four, (24)
n Milton township, thence running west to the
southwest corner of section nineteen, (ID) in said
to',-'?1",' T i o,
Milt.ui, July .Tl, lsJ.)4.--20w4
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"VTOTICE is hereby given that there will be a pe
i.N tition presented" to the commissioners of Wood
county, at their next, session in September, for the
establishment of a County Road, as follows: be
ginning at the northeast corner of section Ki, in
Plain township, on the Miltonville & Liberty Free
Turnpike, thenre west on the section line to inter
sect a county road running from James Donaldson's
to the Wnupakonctta State Koad, near James W.
luiv 2i, l.ri. 2Uv4
TOTK'E. There will be a petition presented to
September session, for a view and survey of a coun
fv road, as follows: Beginning at the northwest
corner of section in township .5 north, range '.)
east, at the county line between Henry and Wood
counties, thence eat to the Perrvsburg and Lima
road : thence to follow said roatl to near Andrew
Frankfurter's house : thence south to the road run
ning east and west through Jacob Ashe's land, and
there to terminate west of said Ashe's house. And
likewise to vacate .so much of the Gilend & Round
Head road as taav conflict with s.ud road.
Weston, July ;51, 11.54.--2dw4
RE AI'INCi A; MOWING MACHINES.
Forbush's improved Heaping and Mowing Ma
chines, manufactured in Buffalo by the American
Heaping and Mowing Machine Company.
The subscriber is authorized to sell the" above Ma-
! chines, at tlie manufacturers' prices, adding trans
I pt rtatittn only. One of the above Machines has
llteen put in working order and can be examined bv
calling on DAYID LADI). "
' price f Mower and Heaper condtined, $b.0
j " of Mower alone. 110
! perrysburg, June ", lr4. 1-lwO
N' 'OTICIl. The stockholders of the Ferrysburg
nut! I'intlhiv Plank Koad ( 'ompanv are respect
fully reipiestetl to pay up their subscriptions, or as
much as possible, as the work is intended to be pros
ecuted w ith igor this season.
11 v tinier of the Board.
SAMUIIL JOHNSON, Sec'y.
Portage . June ."0, 1S."4. :'Uv;.l
VMEHIC.VX SLAVE CODE, IX
1UF.OHY AND PRACTICE Its distinctive
features, shown by its Statutes. Judicial Decisions,
and Illustrative Facts. By William Goodell, au
thor of ' The Democracy of Christianity," Slave
ry ami Anti-Slavery," &c. New York: American
and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 43 Beekman-st.
The work will contain above 4'X pages, 12mo.,
neatly bound in cloth, and will be sold tor cash at
7 " cents single copy, (j per dozen, and $4 per 100.
Also, in paper covers, at a deduction of 10 cents
per copv on the above prices.
Orders may be forw arded to Lewis Tappan, 43
Beekman street. New York.
Fx niAc roi' a Lettkk fj'.om Hon. William Jay
to the Avtmoh. Your analysis of the slave laws
mnetrv. since, like that, it consists of propositions
and demonstrations. The book is not only true, but
it is uiKiuesliunabliJ true.''
'. Pkelimixahy Chai'TEK Part. I. The relation of
, Master and Slave.
Chai. 1. Slave Ownership ; 2. Slave Traffic ; 3.
! Seizure of Slave property for debt; 4. Inheritance
'. of Slave property: o. Uses of Slave property; G.
J Slaves can possess nothing ; 7. Slaves cannot niar-
I rv ; o. Maves cannot: constitute iamuies ; i iuim
is very anle, ana your eMuoition ui tneir practical
application bv the southern courts, evinces irreat
' ... , i- . i . . , ,
ami caretui researcn
against the charge of exa
Your book is as impregnable
xaggeration as Y. uclid s Ge-
ited power of slaveholders; 10. Labor of Slaves;
11. loot!, clothing ana uweuintrs or Maves; ii'.
i Coerced labor w ithout wages ; 13. Punishments of
, , Slaves bv owner or hirer ; 14. Of laws concerning
the murder and killing of Slaves ; 1.5. Of the dele-
Ped power ot overseers; 1G. Of the protection of
i flllive property troin damage of assaults from ot he--
i;w tnan tneir owners; i,. lacts luustratiug
the kintl and degree ot protection extended to slaves;
jis. Fugitives from slavery; 19. The Slave cannot
.1 sue his'Master ; "-'0. No power of self-rede' jintion
iT change ot masters; -ji. ine relation hejeditary
ami perpetual; 2-. lugnts to euucauon, religious
I .;,.. . iT;,rn t' ft,o "...i
inain,nin3vii.tm,. '.....mv'A ..' ..ViULHHt (Hill
; .,11 wh:t0 T,firsona . po-.tal laws no.nh.sf Slavpa
1 G. Education jtroliibited ; 7. Free social worship
and religious instruction prohibited ; 8. Legislative,
i Judicial and Constitutional obstructions to Emanci
Relation of the Slave Code to the Lib-
-Relation of ths Slave to fiociety and to
("hap. 1. Of the grounds and navure of the slave's!
civil condition ; 2. No access to '.he Judiciary, and
no honest provision for testing t Vie claims of the en-
slaved to Freedom ; 3. Rejection of Testimony of
Slaves and Free Colored Per ions; 4. Subjection to
erties of the Free.
Chap. 1. Liberties of tho Free people of color;
-. l.iDerties ot the hite Peole ot the slavehold-
mg Mates ; ,1. Liberties of the White People of the
iion-sUveholding States. Concluding1 Chapter.
NOTICE. The undersigned has been appointed
administrator onlthe estate of llermia Irwin,
deceased, and qualified as such. All persons hav
ing claims against said deceased will present them
duly authenticated and all indebted will make im
mediate pavment. JOHN WEBB.
August 12, 18o4. 20w3
NOTICE. The undersigned ha3 been appointed
administrator on the estate of George Schuler,
deceased, and qualified as such. AH persons hav
ing claims against saul Ueceascl will present ttiem
dulv authenticated and all indebted will make im
mediate pavment. JOHN WEBB.
Auirust 12. 18."4. 20w3
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ana ivossutn iiAis, tur anu
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Beebe & Co.'s Moleskin and Beaver ;
Genin's Moleskin ;
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Also, CAPS, Cloth, Silk and Glazed ; and a full
assortment of Soft
All who find it troublesome to wear a new hat
can have one fitted perfectly to the head by our
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which is the most perfect machine for that purpose
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'p i li5UUU dred Thousand Subscribers to
Harper's Magazine, Godey's Lady's Book, Graham's
Putnam's Monthly. Gleason's Drawing
jiinuu utiiwii, vi viic - v. "
regular subscription price to either of these popular
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to the undersigned, will secure to the sender either
ot the above Magazines tor one year, commencing
on the first dav of January, S.5", and if fortunate,
one of the following PRESENTS, ranging from
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mailing tickets from us, we would suggest the pro
priety of persons who mav favor us with their or-
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' address plainly written upon it. W. & B.
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Office over J. Augustus llall'sstore.
All work warranted. ' deco-S9tf
Dissolution of Copartnership.
rTMIL partnership heretofore existing between E.
X. (,raham & Co., is this day dissolved bv mutual
consent E (j it .H AM.
Perrysburg, March 20, 1854.
The business will hereafter be conducted bv the
subscriber, at the old stand, where you will rind a
very superior selection of
Spring and Summer Goods.
Cheaper than ever for Cash.
My stock embraces every variety rf Dress Goods
and Inmmings ; also numerous pieces van in? in
price from a (id to $7 per yard. Boots and Shoes
tor men, women and children, for Spring and Sum
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Iirt 1M4T Tll thtnff t
if , c.if, Uiem witn.
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Goods. And it you only call, that is sufficient war
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lieve it. try the experiment. E, GH4H VM
Perrysburg, Mav 12, lS.r4. 10
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HA"V ING made my fall purchases of HOOKS
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j well selected assortment of
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i m'ml Vt,i;,.i rn i .. ' c-, ,
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Maumee City ct-17 ' 1853- V- C HOLT.
R. A. CROSS,
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. T Xiiiv l , lust
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iaUimceCjtv Oct 17 M J rTn'
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