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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL-
Buying 'at HoMB.--The "people of Cum
berland county, Virginia, have held a public
meeting and resolved to buy their goods from
the direct -importers of Virginia, if goods
be offered them upon as advantageous terms
as those imported through New York and
other northern cities. They also resolve to
patronize, in preference to all . others, the
literary institutions and mechanics of their
own State, and all that pertains to Virgi
nia's advancement in the urts, sciences, and
learned professions, as well as in matters of
recreation and pleasure. .Baltimore Amer
Attorney at Law, Solicitor in Chancery, Land Agent,
&c. &c. Office inthecourt house, Perrysburg, O.
C. TERR IN,
MANUFACTURER of all styles of Carriages
and Wagons, also, of BalKSs "Post's Cultivator,
warranted to do double the amount of work of any
ordinary cultivator. Shop on Front street, opposite
Stafford's Hotel, Perrvsburg, Ohio. -'ltfj
J. W. KILLS & SONS,
Manufacturers of all kinds of Paper and Blank
Books. Springfield, Ohio.
WM. M. KOHL & CO.,
(successors to kohl and thohne,)
Importers & Dealers in Perfumery and Fancy Goods ;
also, all the genuine Family Medicines.
S. E. corner 4th & Vine streets, Cincinnati, O.
All orders promptly attended to.
WM. M. KOHL. - - - II. W. FOWLER.
C1IIURCII, HAYES & Co., Wholesale Deal
J ersin Foreign & Domestic Dry GoonS, Ready
Made Clothin, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Straw Goods, Iron, Nails, Glass, Glass Ware,
and Pittsburg Manufactures in general.
JZST Particular attention paid to orders.
Morris Block No. 4, Toledo, Ohio.
Nil. CALLARD respectfully informs the
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
(during business hours) be ready to cut and manU'
facture CLOTHING in the latest and best style. All
orders given will be accomplished with promptitude
JC. B. Cutting done for tho Trade, and warranted
to fit when properly made up. au22lyj
SADDLE! Y 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' TOOLS A
good assortment of Joiners and Carpenters Tools,
warranted of the best qnality.
Also Well-tops and Chains, at prices equal to
. Toledo and Buffalo. J & W HOOD,
Perrysburg, May 19, 1853. No 1 Front-st.
AWSj 11 and 12 inch Mully and Sash ; also,
plain and hook toothed Cross-cut, at
TO SAWYERS. A Gumming Machine for
1 - , I ' . I . II f miv'n
-jl. Bam. oaws guiunieu, at o.
June 21. 1554.
VARIETY of beautiful and ornamental Time
A LARGE assortment of WALL and WINDOW
JTx. FAPEK, choice patterns, at HOODs.
QCEINE and Wool TWINE, and other Cordage
U at ; :' , HOODS,
T) URN ING FLUIDS and
J J cheap andbriflia?it light" at
TTUiENCH, German'and Yankee NOTIONS, at
X : HOOD's.
"1EDAR POSTS. 3,000 Cedar Posts, single
posts or in loss, at HOODS.
OARSE SALT and Fine Salt, in bags, at
, . noon's.
Notice to School Teachers.
THERE will be a meeting of the Board of School
Examiners for Wood county, on the second
Tuesday of October, at the court house in Perrys-
ourg, session to commence at yo dock A.M. Punc
tual attendance necessary in order to secure an ex
These sessions will be held on the second Tues
day of endi suocossive month, until this notice
discontinued. By order of the Board.
J. II. NEWTON, Clerk.
Sept. ?r. lS-lt. ?7tf , ,
Estate of Samuel Hamilton, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has been appointed and qualified as adminis
tratrix on said estate. Persons having claims against
said estate will present them immediately, and per
sons indebted to said estate will please make imme
diate pavment. ELIZABETH HAMILTON,
Perrysburg, Sept. 28, 1854. 27w3 Adm'rx.
THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY
. , TERMS
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 delayed till
the end of the year, 50 cents additional will
be charged, invariably.
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.
G. & J. TOWERS
HAVE just returned from New York and are now
opening at the old stand of Georoe Powers,
on Front street,
A large and well selected assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry tJoods,
Cons'sting 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,
Ready Made Clothing in fine, 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 rind it to their advantage to call and examine
our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
We wish it to bo distinctly understood that for
cash or merchantable produce, we will not be un
dersold by 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, lf;.
42tf JOHN POWERS.
Another Instalment of
cw Cwoods !
D. I'liC'K it lU. are tins clay receiving
directly from New York viaN. Y. & E.R.K
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
pngs, 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 CHEAP.
Ready made Clothing in any quantity and at all
Also, a complete stock of Groceries, 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 !
July 0, 1S53.
OIIAWLS! We have this day received byex-
O press a splendid assortment of fall and winter
shawls, comprising a variety ot styles ot the
BAY STATE, WATERLOO & ENGLISH
bquare and Long fctlAWL,fc. lhose m want ot a
good shawl, will do well to examine these before
purchasing. OctSJ E. D. PECK & CO.
BBLS. Ground Plaster this dav received and
and for sale by ED PECK & Co.
April 30. 1853
SHINGLES 50,000 good Pine Shingles, for sale
by aplOOJ E D PECK Si Co.
SHINGLES, this day rece'd
sale by E.D. PECK & Co.
PLOUGHS. Geo. W. Brown & Co. are ma
kine. and have ready for sale, either at
WHOLESALE or RETAIL,
IS os. 1, 3 and 4 of Long's Right and Left Hand
I'toughs, or a little the latest improvement out.
These Ploughs are manufactured by us, made of the
best materials, and warranted 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 I
rpHOSE indebted to the subscribers are most re-
X respectfully invited to walk up and pay up,
The papers can be found ot our office for a short
time, where they can be priid without any additional
charges. BROWN & HUNT.
And GEO. W. BROWN & CO.
Perrysburg, Feb. 27, 1854.
HIDES, SHEEP PEL.TS, &c.
THE only place to get the money for Hides, green
or dry. Sheep-skins, Beeswax and Feathers,
at BROWN & HUNT'S, who at all 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 it Louisiana Avenue. oct24 J
New 1854. Store.
THE subscriber having purchased tho entire stock
and taken the stand occupied by M. KEY, jr.
and ROSS & KEY, respectfully solicits the patron
age of the late firm and the public generally. For
further particulars please call on the subscriber, at
the old stand of Koss & Key, where von will find a
GENERA L ASS OR TMENT OF G O O DS,
warranted to give satisfaction, and offered for sale
on the most reasonable terms.
jan23-4Gtf A. M. THOMPSON.
Having disposed of my entire stock of goods to
A. M. Thompson, 1 would cheerfully recommend
Mr. T. to the patronage of my old customers and
the public generally. M arshall Key, jr.
Jan. 23, 1854.
PAPER IIANCiIXUS.--We are just rccciv
JL ing our spring stock of Paper Hangings.such as
Window Paper, and
Fire Board Prints,
Which comprises the largest assortment ever opened
in this market, and which wo offer ut wholesale and
retail, at tho lowest possible rates.
March 27 3tf D. If. NYE & CO.
AHEAD OF THE TIMES!
At the Sign of the Hig Watch,
SUMMIT STREET, TOLEDO.
HENRY T. COOK respectfully informs his ten
thousand personal friends, ami the good people
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
anu r.asiern manuiacturers 01
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
It would bo quite useless to attempt au enumera
tion of the brilliant articles his show cases now con
tain ; but ladies and gentlemen will please call and
see ins spieuuiu
Gold and Silver Watches,
of every variety, quality and pattern, at prices rang
ing irom Jen to Une Jlnndred and J'tltu Dollars.
SUPERB GOLD FOB CHAINS.
the largest and richest assortment ever seen here, at
troin Iwelve to J'ifty Dollars.
HEAVY GOLD GUARD CHAINS.
of unequalled beauty, weight and finish, at from
twelve to Jorty-five Dollars.
Magnificent Diamond Pins and Kings, of the
latest styles, and at the lowest prices.
Superior Pen and Pocket Knives, of elegant
patterns and finished workmanship, the finest lot in
Plain, Octagon and Beautiful Inlaid Clocks
of the best manufacture, at Two and a Half to Fif
leen uoiiars. v iui a countless variety ot
Lockets, Gold Pencils,
Rings, Gold Pens,
Ear Drops, Watch Seals,
Cuff Pins, Breastpins,
Brooches. Studs. Ac.
And everything else ever seen or heard tell of in a
jewelry establishment. Prices lower than the lowest
ZirSpecial care given by the best workmen in
tne country to repairing watches and jewelry
and all work warranted.
fiffDont forget the place Sign of the Ilig
tvaccn, summit street, between Jefterson and Mad
ison streets. mr'.'OylJ H.T.COOK.
llOOK BINDKKY, Bliss's Building, Sum-
JLf MIT STREET, I oledo, Ohio.
P. W. PIPER would respectfully inform the
citizens of Toledo and surrounding country, that lit
is now preparea to o ail work in his line, with nr.s
PATCH AND IS STYLE NOT TO BE SURPASSED. Blank
Banls, Insurance Companies, Forwarders
bounty UJicera, tyc,
made at the shortest notice.
0-Magazines and Old Books bound to pattern
N.B. One of'flowN's Patent Paging Machines
for paging Blank Books, is in operation at this es
tablishment. Ruling of all kinds done to order.
Toledo, March 20, 18.rl. 'Jvl
Uaterville, Maumee City and Perrysburg
THE subscriber having established the Marble
business in Waterville and Maumee City, asks
the inhabitants of these places, and vicinities, to give
mm a can ana examine his large stock of MARBLE
My Marble is from Rutland and Dorsett. Vt., oik
North Adams, Mass. My stock consists of 3,000 feet,
no 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 tho 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. McNcese's Cloth Office
Those who wish for Grave Stones or Monuments,
now is your time. So give me a call if you do not
Pur(;Iase. GIDEON MYERS.
Waterville & Maumee City, Jan. 3, 1854. 48yl
A HOUSE h LOT in Bo wling Green; also, an
excellent little Farm of a mile west of Bowl
ing Green, of CO acres, 40 improved, with young
orchard, &c situated on a good road. For terms,
price, 4c, inquire at this office. S. CLARK.
WAGON &: CARRIAGE MAKING,
C1 PERR1N is constantly enlarging his biwi
J ueasand improving hisfacilititstoi doinggotd
work, and respectfulh solicits an enlarged ubli
patronage. H is customers will gent rally find hin
prompt, attentive to business, and anxious to acccm-
moilate those who pay for their work. He ib pr-
ared to make to order, Wau-ons for Farmers and
Teamsters, Buggies of the most unproved and tiut-
fu) styles; FleuMire Carriages ot all kinds; Curtt,
Drays, Timber "Wheels, &c &c. His work will l
made ot the best inatciials, in n good substantial
manner, and on reasonable terms.
lie keeps constantly on hand for wilv I Until P. 1!
WAGONS, ONE HORSE V. AO (J AS. CUT,
TERS, SLEIGHS, 4c.
Farmers, Look Iffero!
He manufactures Hall A VW Cl.'I.TlVATlHt.
a new article pufeiited April tith, J Kin. to which l-
wouiu can tne attention of ngncultui i.-ts. As a la
bor?avii.g innchiiic, it is iiipublo of dc.ino- doubl
the amount of work of any ordinnrv Cultivator.
1 Ins implement has two long shares, me on each
side, constructed ot steel, and fastened on the mould
boards in such a manner a.s to move the entire sur
face of the ground, thereby cutting nil rods and
weeds Hint come in contact with thp kI.iim whii h
may be graduated by tho clew to run fr.1.1 wn u,
six inches in depth.
i he three small plows attached to the shares an
swer tne sumo purpose of the common tm.th vnt.
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 brook up th sod
and hard lumps, leavintr the earth in :i tlnn ntl mil.
verized condition. Tho effectiveness f ilnsniltivn-
tor renders second hoeing unnecessary, which is a
saving of time and labor.
Mr. Pen in also manufactures a larger sized mn-
line, constructed upon the HUllli lu-i fw-i tlf nu 4,i
above, but with larger shares, and containing two
small plows in addition to the corn cultivator, v hit b
is designed to put in grain, and working upon sum
mer til Hows. 'J hev are lirht. r.ud f ,lrnhl. .....
structitnt, readily handled and of easy draught.
This Ci ltivator obtained the fiit premium
uie uiiw Mate I air, heidat Ch v, land in Sept.. l.S.'.v
Miop on L ront-st., Perrysburg, Ohio. lltf
To Pcnons out of Employment, jss
$300 to 1,000 n Year.
A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY & DO GOOD.
TOOK AC;i!XTHWAXTrjD The sub-
J J senber publishes a number of the most valuable
Pictorial Books, very popular, and of such a moral
and religious intluence that while got d men mat
safely engage in their circulation, they will confer u
publtc benefit, and receive a fair compensation for
To men of enterprise and tact, this business offers
an opportunity for profitublcmplojnicnt seldom
to bo met with. J
Persons wishing to engage in their silc, will nv
ccive promptly by mail, a circular containing full
particulars, with " Directions to persons disposed to
act as agents." together with tho terms on which
they will be furnished, by addressing the subscriber 7
postpaid. ROBERT SEARS, Publisher, '
11 William Street. Netc York.
?fT-Jn Press, and ready for Agents by the 1st of
October, 18M. "Senrs's Illustrated Description -f
the Russian Empire." For further particulars, ad
dress as above.
Sale of Real Estat,
by order of tho
Phidelia Hunter, adm'rx
Amelia Hunter, Nathan Hun
tcr, W. W. Hunter.
Ill virtue ot an order ot sale tome directed in
JJ this case, I will offer for sale at pnhlic miction,
on the premises, the following described real estate
situated in Wood County, Ohio. to wit: Tho north
.halt of tho east half of the north east quarter of th
southeast quarter of section twenty-six. And a
lotiof ten acres adjoining the northwest quarter of
the south cast quarter of section twenty-thrco, ia
township five north, of range ten cast.
Said sale wilJ bo made on the 4th dny of Novem
ber, 1854. PHIDELIA HUN'J'ER.'Adin'rx
Sept. L'ti, 18.34. a7w5 of Philander Hunter.
NOTICE is hereby given that at tho September
session, A. D. 18.34, of the commibsioners of
Wood county, Ohio, a view and survey was ordered
for the establishment of a county road, as follows :
fc.,,"""t iiieiiPi punier m section Jo, in
Plain township, on tho Miltonville & Liberty Fre
Turnpike, thence west on the section lino to intcr
. cct a county road running from James Donuldson's
to the Waupakonctta State Road, near James W.
Condit's. Tho viewers and surveyor will meet on
the i",d of October next, at the house of Nelson
Kuder Sept. 25, 1854. 'J7w4
rpiJE TOLEDO RLADi; has been enlarged
X to the size of the largest dailies on the Lakes.
Hereafter special exertions will be made to moke 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 th
markets of Buffalo and New York of the day it ia
Connected with the office, is a HINDER Y, am.
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
at this office.