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THE PCRRYSBURG JOURNAL.
TUB GREEK SLAVE!
BACCHANTE, VENUS, FLORA, IIEBE,
. . AND THE DANCING GIRL I
IMIE above celebrated Statues, together with
1 FIFTEEN STATUETTES IN BRONZE,
aud several hundred Magnificent OIL PAINT
INGS, form the collection of prizes to be distribu
ted among the members of the Cosmopolitan Art
Association at the first annual distribution, in Jan
The Cosmopolitan Art and Literary Asso
ciation Organized for- the Encouragement and General
Diffusion of Literature arid the fine Arts on a
new ana original plan.
This popular Art Association is designed to en
courage and popularize the Fine Arts, and dissem
inate wholesome Literature throughout the country.
A Gallery of Art is permanently founded, and will
contain a valuable collection of paintings and Stat
uary, for the annual distribution of each year. The
best Literature of the day, will be issued to subscri
bers, consisting of tho popular Monthly Maga.incs,
The Committee of Management have the pleas
ure of announcing that the First Animal Distribu
tion will take place on the oOth January, 1855, at
which tima will be distributed or allotted to mem
bers several hundred W.orks of Art. among which
is the original and world-renowned statue of the
GREEK SLAVE, by Hikam Powkhs, costing over
five thousand dollars I together with the beautiful
Statues of VENUS. BACCHANTE, HEBE.
FLORA, and the DANCING GIRL; and fifteen
Statuettes in Bronze, imported from Paris; also, a
large collection of OIL PAINTINGS, comprising
some ot the best proauctions ot celebrated Amen
can and Foreign Artists.
The Literature issued to subscribers consists of
the following Monthly Magazines ' Harper's, Put
nam's, Knickerbocker, Blackwood's, Graham's,
Magazine of Art, and Godffs Lady's Hook, and
the Quarterly Reviews re-printed in New York:
Edinbnrg, Westminster, London Quarterly, and
Plan for the Cnrrcnt Yeir"1854-5.
ihe payment ot three dollars constitutes anyone
a member of tha Association, and entitles him to
either one of the above Magazines for one vear, and
also to a ticket in t!;s distribution of the Statuary
and Paintings, which are to be allotted to members
Persons taking fivD moml3r'hSp3 are entitled to
any five of the Mitga.'.:iie3 one year, and to six tick
ets in the distribution.
Persons, on becoming members, can have their
Magazine commence with any month they choose,
and rely on its being mailed to thtm promptly on
the first of every month, direct from the New York
and Philadelphia publishers.
LTTTELL'S LIVING AGE, Weekly, is fur
nished one year ami two me'nvDorsMps tor ?j.
The net proceeds derived from the sale of mem
berships, are devoted to the purchase of Works of
Art for the ensuing year.
Books open to receive names nt the eastern office,
New York, or western ofliee, Sandusky.
The Gallery of Art is located at Sandinky, (the
western office of the Association,') where superb
granite buildings have been erected for it, and in
whose spacious saloons the splendid collection of
Statuary and paintings are exhibited.
The Advantages Secured
by becoming a member of this Association are
1st. All persons receive the fall value of their
subscription at the start, in the skapo of sterling
2d. Each member is contributing toward pur
chasing choice Works of Art, whi.'h are to be dis
tributed among themselves," and are nt the same
time encouraging the Artists of the country, dis
bursing thousands of dollars through its nsei.cv.
Persons in remitting funds for membership, will
please give the'r post office adilress in fill, stating
the month they wish the Magazine to commence,
and write the word " Registered," on the envelop,
to prevent loss, on the receipt of which, a certificate
ot membership, together with the magazine eiesir
ed. will be forwarded to any part of the country.
Ih03e who purchase Magazines at bookstores
will observe that "by joining thn association, they
receive the Magazine aud Free Ticket in the annual
distribution, all at the same price they now pay for
the .Magazine alone.
Persons sub3crib:ng any time before the .lOth of
January, are entitled to the Magazines tor lsoo.
Closing of the Iloohs!
Subscriptions will lie received i.p to the "Oth of
January, at which time the distribution will take
ILLI'STII ATET) DrECT. J t'TJ VE CATALOGUES of the
whole collection to be distributed, will be sent free
f eha.'ge on application.
-ji"" Offices of the Association, ;t the Knicker
bocker Magazine Otlice, 'i Broadway, New Yolk
and at No. ICO, Water St., Sandiwky" Ohio. Ad
dress, (nt either nfttoeA for member-hips,
CL-DE R BY', Actuary C. A. ft L. A.
BIlOOM-MAKEiiW, ATl'iifc k'IO.--Tiie
subscriber id now prepared to turn ;;i y ipum-
t:tv or Broom Handles, on the p;-one-t neMce,
the old Steam Saw Mill. D WIGHT COOK
IWrysburz. Dec. 27. Hit. tfhv-l
J. N holders e
, l... I I .......
iolders of the J'emsburg ('anal & Hjdrau
l:.c Cotpan;, for election or elirectors, &c. will bo
nolden at the onice or James Murray, Esq., on
Saturday, the fith of January, 1855, at 2 o'clock
p. m. By order of Director.
II. I. AVEItlLL. Sec.
Perrysburg, Dec. 28, 1351. 10w2
The eovernment of Nicaragua does , not
acquiesce in the proposed colonization of
the Mosquito territory Dy tne company unuer
Col. Kinney, and will probably interpose a
remonstrance with the representatives of
the foreign powers generally. She never has
recognized the sovereignty of the. King of the
Mosquitos, and she imputes to the expedi
tion an unfriendly fillibustering purpose an
intention to set up in her own territory a
jurisdiction independent of hers.
17011 SALE OH BARTER, the house and lot
. occupied by the subscriber. It will be sold low
and on easy terms, or exchanged for a farm. This
property is a good business stand for almost anv
kind of 'trader. S. CLA UK.
Jacob Dennis vs. llcnrv J. Elder.
SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of ex
ecution to me directed and delivered, from the
court of common pleas of Wood county, in the above
cause, I will offer for sale at the door of the court
house in Pcrrysburg on Saturday, February ud.
1355, between tl) hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. in., of
said day, road tract number forty-live (45) of the
Maumee and Western Reserve road lands, in said
Wood county ; appraised nt $1(5 per acre.
James Mckuav, Att'y.
W. L.COOK, Sheriff.
Dec. 30, lS54.-10w5$1.75
John C. Spink's Administrator vs. James Blinn.
HERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an execution
to mo directed and delivered, from the court of
common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, in the above
couse, I will offer for sale at the door of the court
house in Perrysburg, on Saturday, February 3d,
1355, between tho hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 2
o'clock p. m. of said dav, The part of out-lot No.
253, of the new survey of out-lots in the town of!
Pcrrysburg, Wooil county, Ohio, commencing at
the south corner of said lot, thence running west
sixteen rods on point parallel with the Maumee and
Western Reserve road; thence 40 rods north;!
thence 10 rods cast ; thence 40 rods south, on the
Maumee and Western Reserve road, to the place eif
beginning ; appraised at 35 per acre, and contain
ing 4 acres more or less.
James Meuhav, Att'v.
W. L. COOK, Sheriff.
Dec. 30, l?51.--i0w5.2X3
James Godwin vs. James J. Parks, Michael Hayes,
Bi virtue ot a writ ot h. ta. to me uirected trom
the court of common plca3 of Y'ood county,
Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the court
louse in said county, on Saturday, the 20th day of
January, A. V. Iis.ri5, between tlio hours of 10 o'clock
V. M. and 4 P. M., the following described prem-
esis, situated in said eeuintv, to wit: J lie undivided
'J-lliths part of river tract 0(i, less ten acres in the
east part; also, ten acres in the cast part of river
tract (id, including the Key hou::e and out lots num
bers 23'i and 237 of the new survey of the town of
Pcrrysburg, the same having been by me taken in
execution as the property of said defendant at suit
of said plaintiff. V.'. L. COOK, Sheriff.
James Mkkiiat, Atty I'tit.
Dec. lfj, 18.51. 38w.5$2.S8
Bradner ci Co. vs. John McCrorv ft a!.
Y virtu of a writ of fi. fa. to me directed from
the court of common pleas of Wood county.
Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the court
house in said county, on Saturday, the 20th day c.f
January, A. D. 1855, between the hours of 10 o'clock
A. M. and 4 P. M-, the lollowing dosenhed tene
ments, situate in said county, to wit: In lots num
bers 13 and, 14 in the village of Portageville, the
same having been taken in execution as the prop
erty of said defendant at suit of said plaintiffs.
v . 1, ctMJA, Sheriff.
James Mnunr. Att'y ptff.
Dec. 1(5, 1S54. 38w52
Wood (!oii!ti i! I'lcas.
The Trustees of Freedom Township,
rpiIE said defendant, Robert McGill, will take
X notice that, on the sixteenth of October, A. D.
1854, plaintiffs filed a petition ii;raint.t him, setting
forth, among other things, that dcl'etsdar.t is indebt
ed to said plaintiffs for the support and maintenance
of an infant minor child, in the sum of one hundred
dedlars or more, and that, he absconded from said
county, leaving said child to become a township
charge ; and that unless lie appear, answer er de
mur to said petition on or before the first Monday
of February. 1855, it will be taken as confessed and
jueigment naa tuereon accordingly.
h. v J.KMJIN, l'itlls Atty.
Dec. 0, IS54.
Fanny Fisk, andm'r vs. James M. Spnfford et at.
BY virtue of a decretal order to me directed fremi
the court of common pleas of YVood county,
Ohio, T shall offer for sale at public miction, nt the
deior of the court house in Pemsburg, on Saturday,
the 30th day of December, 1854, between the hours
of 2 and 3 o'clock p.m.. the following described
real estate, situated in Wood county, Ohio, to wit
In-lotsin the town of Perrvsburg 11 umbered 2G8,
167, 74, 578, 191, 343.
W. L. COOK, Sheriff.
Nor. 25, 1S5-1. S5w5$1.75
Railroad Line of Hacks.
rjMIE subscriber will run a Carriage from Per
L rysburgand Maumee to Toledo daily, in con
nection with the Cleveland und Toledo Railroad.
Starting from Pcrrysburg at (i o'eloelf A. M. and
arrive at Toledo in time for the 9 o'clock train.
Returning at tho arrival of tho Express Train
from Cleveland, at 12 o'clock, M.
jF-fFTasseugers will be sent from Pcrrysburg in
any direction and at all hours.
WM. L. COOK.
Pcrrysburg. Nov. 25, 1 85 t.'55tf
OST, about the 1st of November, (supposed to
J bo in my corn field ; it imiv, however, have been
elsewhere,) a Patent Levksi GOLD WATCH,
with steel chain and key. The above reward will
be paid for the delivery of the same, in rood order,
to tho subscriber. 1). LADD.
Dec. 5. ISiit. 37 w 3
ASHING'iON UNION IKSl'K Aft CU
Company: Capital (tbOC.OOO.
D. B. DtMiAM, Pic?, t. Gkouci; Myuatt, 'Ureas.
IIenuy II. Dci'tit:, Aicnt for Wood county.
ARSHAl.L KEY, Jr.. Just ire of the Peace
and Genit al Land Agmt. Pan icular atten
tion pa:d to the pun base and sale of Ileal E:.tat
and to the collection of Claims in this and the ad
Deed.), Mortgages, Contracts!, and other instru
ments of writing accurately and neatly dinu.
Office west side Louisiana Avenue, bctv ecu Front
and Second streets, Perrysburg, Wood county, ( )hio.
7U)R SALE l'eiin-;ood Horses:
One new two-horse Wa'-on ;
One second baud light siughs Wagon ;
20 tons Ilav in barn, and of best quality;
1,000 bushels of Oats; 1,0)0 bushels of Corn ;
;;ti0 cords of Dry Wood.
Apply to M. KEY. Jr.
A SHERY FOR SALE. I Mills. II my Ashery,
2. in this town, situated near the court house, t
gotlicr with a large ejuai.tity i f '.eeliei;t house and
rich! Ashes in the building. 1 his i-i the best a-hery
in Wood county, and the town and adjacent countrv
win iurnisn a regular suj'j'iy ot a
easy. Apply to
RENT The r.prer part of t
A ' ; ilv to
?OR RENT The r.prer part of
i i . : . i i . .. i p. if.
A.tlio II ; it tl L lIO U .v il
SALE. 'ihe 1.. 'us; and lot
A pply to
t recently occupied bv John Llvrlv.
M. KEY, Jr.
' "v. c. noi.r;
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
31iscdlanr.ons, School, Theologicil, Gift J
Toy BOORS, Harper's and Pntnam'ts
Monthlies, plain and fancy Stationery, Wrapping
and Wall paper, Gold Pens, &c. &0.,
Maumee ( 'it v. Ohio.
ami 13:ti'Uf!N 3a!i.itif;.
JESSE W ILLl A MS having resumed the business
of Saddle and Harness making, at his shop on
Front street, above Peck's store, u now prepared to
execute all orders in his li:.e at short notice and on
I reasonable terms. He will generally keep on hands
' such articles a may bo called for, of the best iual-
ity of materials, and. veil made, which he will sdl
cheap for ready pay. Repairing promptly done.
All kinds of produce taken at the market vaUie.
Give him a call. dec 1(5-3:4
t-c!,uler N. Beach and Robert A. Forsvth against
Y virtue of two writs of seiref.icias tome dircc-
od, from the court of common pleas of Wood
county. Ohio, I will offer for sale on the premises
of said Abraham Smith, in Liberty township, said
county, on the 215th day of December, A. D. 1854,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'cloc k p. m., one
yoke of cattle, taken on execution in the above case.
W. L. COOK, Sheriff.
Elizabeth Burns ads. Andrew Burns.
S- IIER1FFS SALE. By virtue of an execution
to me directed in the above cause, from the
court of common pleas of Wood county, Gl.To,
shall sell at public auction at the door of the court
house iti said county, on Monday, the 22d day
January, P'55, between the hours of one and two
p. m., the following lands and teiien.;i:tH, to wit:
Out-lots number 50, 51, and (53, in the town
Pcrrysburg, Wood county. Ohio.
W. L. COOK, Sheriff.
Dec. 23, 1854. 39w5$l.G3
L4 lMklIUUI4 A
Petition for Divorce.
. Wood Common Picas.
Christiana '1 haar
TITHE above named Charles Thaar is hereby noti
J. tied that the said Christiana Thaar did, on the
ISth day f.f November, 1854, lib) her petition in the
clerk's ofl'ce of the court of com";o'i pleas of Wood
county, Ohio, praying for a d'vwrce from the said
defendant, and alleging for cau-.e, extreme cruelty
and willful absence. And the said defendant
further notified that, unless lie appear, plead, an
swer or rlemiir to said petition by the first day
the next, term of said court, the tacts 111 said peti
tion will bo taken as confesses!, and tho court asked
to decree thereon ucc(rdingly.
A SHE It COOK, Atfj for Ptff.
Nov. 25, 1351. 35wG$2.75
DBS. J. j. KEKIt ic It. N. REYNOLD,
having permanently located in Fermbuifr.
tender their professional services to the eiticn cf
town and vicinity,' and hope by a strict attention to
all calls to merit a share of the public j ntioiinet .
Particular attention paid to chronic disease!", f ui h
as Dyspepsia, Weakness of the Spine, chn nic Lit
er Derangements, and feruule Wcuknesfes of all
Prof. L. E. Jones, Cincinnati, Ohio ;
' E. II. Stock well,
" . T. J. Wright,
" II. F. Johns, n, Philadelphia, P
' T. I). Hill. Cleveland, Ohio;
15. A. Wright, M. I)., Mexico, Wvandet co.
H. Reynolds, M.D.. Greenwich, flurou eo
Oct. 2M, 1S54.--MM"
V t ne New Lumber
CHEAP for ens
WAS11. 1 have en ha.i d
Wiu;o:ts. w hirh I will . U
or Pre uucc at mai Ki t i i ;.
Perry sbrrtr, Ohio. ('. PI BlilN.
John Fay vs. Peter McMahan.
01IEKIFi'"rt SALE. By virtue of mi execution
to me directed from the court of coninu n picas
of "Wood county, Ohio, in this case, I will .m,.h at
the door of the court house, on the fourth day . f
January, l'V.5, between the hours of oi.e ai d two
p. in., one Jrow n Much Cow, talon Jld the
crtv ot the dete-ndaiit.
W. L. COOK, Sheriff.
Dec. 2.i. i t. ;riwi i
1 or l-ivi: Dtir.i ,u:s. a hi 'l.Iv
! beautitidly i:ii.fcd in oil, ni:d ,
Aiiicriciiia Artists : cifon.
MI E American Artists' i'ldon would t Mii'.!l,
announce to t he citizens of the I'niri-il St:it,"-
and the Canada, that for the purpose f cLhivating
a t.i-te for the tine arts throughout the country, und
with a view of eiKil Ki.g e-,ny family 0 Luum
possessed of a gallery of 1 U-.;i a Irirs,
B l fie first Artis'tt if the' Age,
They have determined, in order to create an oxfri:
sivo hale for their Engr.4 iogs. iu:d thus not ,.dv
! jiu' empi ijntciiL to a h.rge 1,1,11. In r of artiatd ar.d
others, but ir.spiro umoi g our o.uiti mim ii a tni t
I tor works of ai t, to rw,.t t,( the j "urchasers t f
I their engravings, ! 11 25O,(.t'0 copies of v.I.idiaw
2.'0,o.i CIl ' TS, rf the actual cost of $1 0,0(1(1.
Each pun baser of ;l ()no I ol! lr 1 Ingravirg, then -fore,
receives i:ot oidv an l.i gnnii g richiv worth
the money, but also a ticket which entitles him l.
ci'.eot the (juts when thev are dir.ieil
lii.i.-'ii d Engraviii), ,
e tJt o iets.w Ul
! sent ;
or 1 ne miliars wt.rih of ,in;.i v.r.rr,
villi's can be iclccted from tin- ( 'i.fi.l, ,,.,, A
by return mail or o.j ri.-.s.
A copy of the Catalogue, together wiih a Hpeei
mcn ot 1. no of the Engravings, can 1 e seen at tl.
oltice e f this paper.
For each dollar sent, an 1'nraviv crtitaHv
worth that u, and a (hft Ticket', wilt iZtmdiateiy
be foruardi d.
'1 1 e Committee b. licvii g :,.t the fik cms of tl.
(5rcvit National I udcrtal. ii,g w i.' ,t. ,.J;,tt ,;,,;, .,r, .
moted by the energy ai.d ei tetp-ie of inte)ic.ei.t
and persevering Agents, have fc.so'ved to treat ill.
such 011 the nn st liberal tmun,
ny person w ihii.g to bjceme an Agent, by hen
iV.u:: (post raid,) $1. ie;7 rrc. I j ntt.rti if mail,
a One Uoiiar l-.ngrav nig, 11 ( y 1 'J'K'K i:t," h
f edits, n. Catalogue, and nil
On the final completion of the sale, the Gift will
be placed in the hands of a Coimittcc of the pur
chasers to be distributed, due notice f width will
be given throughout the I!. States and the (V
'LIST OF (1 IF'J'S.
100 Marble busts of Wushinirton. at 100 iim iii
KI T, H J Cf9-
'iiu'r iid'esHCKf arj ir
I'M) t:iav, (,.(
100 " ' WcUter, jot)
100 " " Calhoun, juq
50 elegant Oil Paintings, in splendid
gilt frame, size "x4 ft. each, 1( 0
100 elegant Oil Paintings, 2x3 ft. errh, 50
.'ousted ph.te I'.rgi a ings, brilliantly
colored in oil, rich gilt fr tint's
2430 inches 1 aeh, Q
10,000 elegant M..el plate Enginvirgs,
ceilored in oil, of the Washington
Monument, gux2f! indict; each, 4
237,000 sted plato engravings. Ire in
00 different plates now in post es
sion of and owned by tlie Aiii.'
Union, of the nurket vulun it
from 50 cents to 1 each,
first-class Dwelling in 31st Ft., N. Y.
Building Lots in 100 and 01M Fts.
4 1 .(Mi
lOO Villa Sites, containing cncii P'coo
sq. ft. in the suburbs of New Yoik
City, and commanding a magnifi
cent view eif the Hudson River
and Loii'; Island Sound, at
20 perpetual loans of cash, w ithout in
terest or security, of $250 each,
50 do d 1 " do 100 "
100 do do do 50 "
250 e!o do do 20
2,000 do do do 5 "
Reference in regard to the Peal Frtnte. F
encrei Co., Real Estate Bnl.ers, New ioik. Or
ders, (postpaid) with money encloved, to be addres
sed to J. W. IIOLPBOOKE, Sec'v.
505 Brondway.'N. T.
fSThe Engravings In the Catnlcpue tre ii w
ready for ddivcry, (novlmG
. ( :ity,cach 25xJO0 ft. deep, at, 1.C00 22,0(