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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. ;
R. A. CROSS
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
of "laumee Citv, Perryshurg. Wntervillennd vicin
ity to call and examine before purchasingelsewhere,
his FRESH SUPPLY ()F NEW J tt WELEY, just
received from Huston the best assortment ever
luvm.rhf.intntliis market consisting of Ladies ana
Gents' Fine Cold Breast Tins; Gents' Diamond
Scarf Tins; Gents' Diamond Rings; Ladies' supe
rior Cut? Pins; Ladies' Ruby, Kmerald, rear, and
Garnet Rings; Fine Gold Lockets ; Ear-l ines of all
kinds and qualities; beautiful alva coral Bracelets;
fine Gold Bracelets with settings; Ladies' Gold
Chains; Gents' extra fine (iold Vest Chains, new
style; Silver and Gold Pencils; Cornelian lung?;
Watches, 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 I would also say that I can and will sell jewelry
ten per cent, cheaper than Toledo merchants.
MaumeePity, Oct. 17. B. A. CROSS.
Attorney at Law, Solicitor in Chancery, I, and Agent,
:e. &V. Office in the. court, house, Perryshurg, O.
VXrFACTTTIf F.R of all styles of Carriages
i.Vx and Wagons, also, of Ball & "Post's Cultivator,
warranted to do double the amount of work of any
rr iinarv cultivator. Shop on Froutstreef. opposite
Stafford's Hotel. Perryshurg, Ohio. -'Itf
J. W. KILLS & SONS,
Manufacturers of all kinds of Paper and Blank
Books. Springfield. Ohio.
YVM. M. K0UL& CO.,
(STTCr.SSOItS TO KOlll. AN1 TIIOKNE,)
lmporters& Dealers in Perfumery and Fancy Goods
also, all the genuine Family Medicines.
X. E. corner Hh - Vine streets, Cincinnati, O.
yj?All orders promptly attended to.
WM. M. KOlll.. - II. W. l-'OWLKIt.
yiuinnil 1 r 4 VIV Ji- '... Win. les.ilf Heal
ersiii Foreign & Dom.stie Dht Goons. l kaov
Mvni; Ci.ot.unV:, (i. kick inns. Boors am. Siioks..
L. 1....V v.,, :, tli iss W'v.ti.-.!
'ovin viowii.-i, - -
and Pittsburg Manufactures in general.
T'-ii" Particular attention jaid to orders.
Morri-s Block No. 4, Tolkdo, Ohio.
"T II. CALL.Vlll) respeciluhy intorms tne
merchants and citizens generally of Perrys
bur" and its vicinity, that he has opened a
TAl LOU'S SHOP.
nver J. A. Hall's store, where ho w ill at all times
(during business hours) be readv to cut, and manu
facture CLOTHING in the latest and best style. All
orlers given will be accomplished with promptitude
N B Cutting done forth.! Trade, ami warranted
. i . i r..,.o-.i..i
t i lit wnen prope.ny rnaae up. lu--V J
.-i mvV V II KOWARI2 J ust. received
V'and now oft'ered to the trade at the very iowtmt
t irnis, a complete assortment of Sad llery 1 lirdicare
direct from the manufactory.
JOIX'ERS Sf C A IIP ENTERS 'POOLS
good assortment of Joiners and Carpenters' Tools,!
warranted ot the. best quality.
Also Wi:ll-tocs and Chains, at prices e.fial
Toledo and Bufalo. J & HOOP,
Perryshurg, .May 10, HoM. No I Front-st.
1.VWS, 11 and 2 inch Mully an-1 Sash; also.
O plain and hook toothed Cross-cut, at.
8AAYVI211S. A Gummim
sale. Also, Saws gummed, at
tine L'l. 11.
YAIUETY of beautiful and ornamental Timel
i LABGE assortment ot ALL and W l.l0
Jr. PAPEll, choice patterns, at HOOD's.
WM'FINF and Wont' TWINE and other Corda-e
S ,V ) Z
HLKMNG l-LLIDs and LMPS---'G ves
I ) ciean and hruhnnt haht. at IKMIDs.
ur,.M.i,,um..,ii,a.i., 1 almre 'H", ; ,
' lED.Mt POSTS. 'i.ODO Cedar Posts, single
J posts or in logs, at HOOD'S
lOARSK STliTM.m Salt, in hairs, at "
I , ,r,Wirc
Notice to School Teacher.
flAHERIi will be a meeting of the Board of
J- Examiner for Wood county, oti the second
Tuesday of October, at the court house in Perrvs
burg, session to commence at '.) o'clock A.M. Punc
tual attendance necessary in order to secure an ex
amination. These sessions will be held on the second Tues
day of each successive month, until this notice
discontinued. By order of the Board.
J. II. NEWTON, Clerk.
Sent. 20, 1854. i!7tf
THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY liY
The price of this paper is 81.50 in ad
vance. If payment be delayed six months,
2o cents will be added ; if it be delayed till
the end of the year, 50 cents additional will
Ik: charged, invariably.
THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.
G. & J. POWERS
TT-V v E just returned from New ork ana are now
jljl opening at tne out siana oi vi kukui. l i i.u
mi Front street.
A large and ivrll selected assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry ood?,
Consisting in part of Wool and Cotton Goods of all
i kinds ; Groceries, Hardware, Crockery. Boots and
Shoes. School Books and Stationery. Mails. Gla
j Shovels. Spades. Chains, &c; Hats, Caps, Bonnets.
! Ready Made Clothing in tine, a complete variety
of articles usually found in a retailstore.and which
i will be offered at' unusually low prices for ('nth or
Produce. All persoiisdesirous of purchasing Goods,
i will find it to their advantage to call and examine
j our stock before purchasing else wl -.ere.
We wish it to be distinctly
cash or merchantable produce
ntnlerstood that for
, we vlt not lie vn-
aW-mffl bv any other establishment, in the place in-
Goods ot the same quality. v e will at all times
ay the highest market jiriep in Cah for Vv'heat,
tirass Seed", Pork, c., and will also receive in ex
change for Goods, Produce of almost every kind, and
ru.ili will not be refused, but received with joyful
hearts and pleasant looks. November 1. Is.",.".
f 12f f JOHN POWLKS.
Another Installment of
Y7T 1). PUCK Ac CO. are this
ldm direcrly from Mew York via N. Y. & E. R.R.,
tin eleyant and extensive stock of
SUMMER AND FALL GOODS.
Consisting of a general assortment of Dry (Joods,
such as Cloths. Casimeres. Jeans, Sheetings, Shirt-1
j mgs. Drills Prints, (nghams,
Berages, Mlk issues C ambries
e. kv. A good variety ot Ore:
; , i.-l.l II...., '.,... It )'!",;,,,
of Dress Trimming and
mings. ot tne latest styles aim i ui..r.
Heady made Clothing in any (juantiry 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 !
II WVIiS! We have this day receive. 1 by ex
press a splendid assortment of tall and winter
Shawls, comprising a variety ot stvlesnf the
BY STATE, WATF.BLOO"& FNGLISH
Square end Long S HA WLS. Those in want f n
will iio well to examine t nese do, ore
OetdJ E. 1). PECK & CO.
! ol)d s;mvl
j f BBLS. Ground Plaster this dav received and
) and for sale bv E 1 PECK & Co.
A April. 'to, isf,a "
( ( j LES Vi.iVio "goo. I Pine Shinglest'or sale
I O bv fnpl-301 V. D PKCK & Co.
( lC( I'lNK SHINtiLIiS. this dav reee'd
);,UUU and for sale bv E.I). PF.CK & 'o.
o. are ma-
iUS. Geo. W. Brown
and have ready for sale, either at
W j 1 1 If O L ESA L P. or II E 'PAIL,
!ns. 1, :j mirl J of .mj-'j ,',,( ,. -
! n"S f f liUle 1,10 hnnm'n'Yr'i
hre aremanufae ured by-us, made ot the,
j "t-'t iiii'ici nun, uiiu nai i iiim.-'i w i i j
a , .,, to (.fl at n,.flU.n iimitvnM-i si,o.
. .i. . .,- 1
Stand From Under!
I r l IIOSE indebted to the subscribers are most re-
L res.ectfully invited to walk up and pay up.
, The papers caii be found at our odice for a"sho'rt
' ! m" where th fpi;i;.t'l',It?"y'li.i. 'al
.charges. BltOM N iSc II TNT.
; And iiV.O. W. BROWN & CO.
I Perrvsburg. Feb. 2", ls.'t.
HIDES SHEEP PELTS, &c.
j rjlHI- only place to get the money for Hides, green
I JL or drv. Mieep-skins, lSeesw.-ix and J-earhers,
at BROWN ft HUNT'S, who at all times are ready
to pay the highest price in Money. So bring therii
Thev have for sale everv description of
Stoves, Stove Pipe & Tin Ware.
j Give them n call, and if they cannot suit yon, there
j is no need of trying elsewhere. Store corner Front
itreet iV Louisiana Avenue. octi'4
HIDES SHEEP PELTS, &c. New--1854.--Store.
ri MIR subscriber having purchased the entire stock
J. and taken the stand occupied by Mi KEY, jr.
and ROSS it 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 you will find a
OEAERAL ASSOliTAlEA'P OF OOODS,
warranted to give satisfaction, and offered for sale
on the most reasonable terms.
janL';j-4(!tf A. M. THOMPSON'.
Having disposed of my entire stock of goods to
A r. Thompson, I would cheerfully recommend
Mr. T. to the patronage ot my old customers ami
the public generally. J1ahmi,ii,i, Ki.v, JH.
'UK II.YX(IS.--We are just recciv-
ours'inngstock ot Paper Ilangings,Mich as
Wimw P.ri:ii, and
Fnti: BoAun Piuvrs,
Which comprises t he largest assortment over opened
in this market, and which we offer at w hole-sale and
retail, at the lowest possible rates.
March UT .".tf I. If. NYE & CO.
AHEAD OF THE TIMES!
At the, Sin of the Jfi;r W atch,
SUMMIT hTKKKT, TolJ.DO.
I h. III ''. COOK rfsiiccttullv informs his ten
i J. L thoiisatiil jiersonal friends, and the good people
I of Toledo, Mauniee City, Perryshurg, and all the
j country round, that he has opened the most com
; pi etc and splendid stock ever i -ffi. red in the citv, am!
i is receiving daily additions from the hest iluropcaii
; and Kastern lnaiitifacturcrs of
j CLOCKS. WATCH i'S AXJ) JEWELUY.
i It would he ipiito u-e!e-s to at tempt an enumira
j tion of the brilliant articles hi- sliovv ca-es no w con
; tain ; bur la-H.-s aial gentienn n will plea.-e i-al! and
see his splendid
Gold and Silver Watches.
of every variety, ipiality aiid pattern, !ir pr'n-es rang
ing from T',i in ),: I in.'-"' nml l',jt' Ihilhim.
SI TKKB (iOLI FOB CHAINS,
th'i largest and riche-r assnrfiiei,! ever seen here, at
frolll 'J'lrrtre tn i'iffif lhlh:r.
HEAVY GOLD GUARD CHAINS.
of uneepialh'd beaut v . w i g lit. a nd ;inish, at from
Tirrre to 1'orttj-lli'e Pii,irs:.
M aunm'mtnt IMvmonh Pins m 1! :i;s, of tin
latest styles, and at the lowest prices.
Si i-i uioi: Pi: vmi I'oi Ki.r Knivts. of clegav.r
patterns at-.d finished workman-hin, the finest h-t in
Plain, Oct ai: ox ani Bi: vt Tirrt. Inl vii Clocks,
of the best manufacture, at Tiro nrnl it lla'fto fif
teen Dnlliirs:. With a countless variety of
Gol.P Pl.NC! I.S,
St l ns. tv-.,
E VH DltO I'S.
Ci kf Pins,
And everything ise ever seen or !:--ard tell of in a
ii-welrv establishment. Prices nicer t !,iu r,' i nv.,?,
;pi-cial care Liven bvth
st vwii kiie-n in
tin-country to iticvi itiNu waiviils vm ji wiluy,
and all work warranted.
?-'.?-1), nt fiinl the ;,,-.--- of t! e III
W'atcii, Summit street, ln-tween .leti'.-rsi,;: and Mad
isoti streets. mrjovlj II. T. COOK.
BOOIv JUNihEKV, Bliss's Bi iloin.:
am i srui:;:T. Toi.i.no, Ohio.
I. V.'. IMt'EIi would resoeett'.illv inform th
citizens of Toledo and surrounding country, that In
is now prepared to do all w ork in his line, w ith im.s-
I'VTl'll AMI IN STVLK NUT TO II L S I II !' V Ss I . I. J J I..l;l.
Hanks, Lisvrcnicr, Cinnptr.iic, Forv.urucr's.
j County (Jiiccru, -c,
made at the shortest notice.
: .?-,J".Ma'.ra,ines and Old Books bfiund to jiattern.
j M.B. One of Town's Patlnt Paoino Maciiinls.
for paging Blank Books, is in operation at this es
tablishment . Kulingol all kinds done to ord. r.
Toledo, March 'J I, ! I . J
Watt-rvillc, 3Iaii3iici' City and IVmsbpr"
tants or tnese lilaees.and vicinities, to f
11 and examine his large stock of M '. I! II 1.
Ml. 1- t'.-,,l,i Wntliti.,! ntnl I), ,,.,.11 V I
T,I,K having establKhed Marble
J ,m!snPSS in v ilU:ryiH,. ;md ,.-.,. ri-y, asks
i .vl v ,,i ii role is t rom li lit land ami j lors'-t t . v r ., a ni
! Norrl. Adams, Mass. My stock consists of :i,M,otVer,
! so that an v can have a chni.ee to make n s.-h-ctiou
I T- iti-ij.i.c ti-ill)n oiw-f' .in-tli ti t ni..f ii i i-.l l.tu ill.,,
the peojile have been in the habit of paving in this
section oi country . -vi v terms win no casn, orgooii
notes ou a reasonable time.
My shop at Waterville, is.iust north of ti e School
house, near the canal; and at Mauniee City,
Broadway, between the Pearl Millsandlhe Mauniee
Woolen Factory in .Mr. McNecse's Cb-ih Ollict
Those who wish for Grave Stones or Monuments,
now is your tune. So give me a call it you do
purchase. GIDEON MYERS.
"Waterville & Mauniee City, Jan. y.". 4Syl
AIIOT'SE & LOT in Bowling Green; also,
. excellent little Farm J of a mile west of Bowl
ing Green, of HQ ucres, 40 improved, with young
orchard, &c., situated on a good road. For terms,
price, &c, inquire at this oflice. S. CLARK.
WAGON & CARRIAGE MAKING
CA PllltltlN is constantly enlarging his busi
J nessund improving hii-facilities-toi doing good
work, and respectfully solicits tin enlarged public
patronage. I lis custimiers w ) gtiurullv l':i;d him
prompt, attentive to business, aim mix kin- to uccmu
modatethos( who pay for their work. He is pit
pared to make to order. Wage lis for Farmers and
Teamsters, Buggies of the mnHtappri.veuai.d taste
ful styles; Pleasure Ciirriugcs ot all kinds: Cults.
l)ras, Timber Wheels, &(-., &c. His woik will he
made of the best mateiials, in a g'd substuntinl
manner, and on reasonable terms.
1 le keeps constantly on hand for sale, , I'M IIP. li
A;os. oi: 'house waoom, pi
peus, sleiohs, r.
Farmers, Look Here!
Hemainifacttin s7t. W-Cl ll lYATOlf j
a new article patented April ( it 1 1 . i,Yj, to which l.
would call the attention i f a gricuh in i -1 s. ,s a la
borsaving iiiacliine, it is capable ot doing ui idle
the amount of work of any ordinary Cultivator.
This iinplt in nt has tv o h ug shares, one on n.ih
side, constructed i f .-tcci. and fastened on t he inoidd
boards in M.eh a manner as to inov e the ruin- lit -face
of the ground, theieby cuttirg all roots m d
weeds that com).-in c iitact with tlic shares v hi" h
v thc cltjvy to run f i 111 tv o i
.-i x ii.
s we r t
hes in depifi.
t!ii-e small plows attat lu d to the
he same purpose of the common t
and in addition to the shares ai,d
hare" :-r -otli
. i . ! t T -
l iovvs, is a
mcia i ne inane rauc auai noi to t lie n a r 1 the t in -tivator,
vv hieh serves to cut and break up llit m -1
ii'id l ard lumps, leav inu t he ea i t!i in a ;',i:o i.d id
vi ricd condition. Tin i-lb-ctivei.es-, i i' f his cult iv ,. -tot
rei. d.-r second hoeing linnet es-ju y . which its u
sa v ia of time and labor.
Mr. Perriu a'-o in;' nnfact in cs a larger sized it'.--ehine.
const meted upon the -nine principle us the
above, bur with larg r shares, d onraining two
small plows iu addition tor he corn ctiltivator. w hii h
is designed to put in grain, ai d working upon sum
mer fallows. They are liht. ami i f tliir.ihl,- c .
struct inn . rni'ii'ii tnr.'Ur.i ewu '?; i-" I t .
i . i.i
i 1. 1 1 1 i . i 'o i ,ii 1 1 i-o ii:- n r-t pri in n.ti
itir, Ik-iiI ar f i-f mi': in , . ; s."
tire. hio.--l lit
the ( )hio Stat
I I'f. -r.r--f .. P
A.STLKY COOl'Kil. UAIIT., M. R
Illi: I.MI.MIM Vtll.P AI. IT-V IllloNl.ll, ins , yYi
V A 1.1. AI-,1.1. l.i.O.Vl V in till: VVOIil H IN II. s
tircat Ina(-iitatic ot CoiiMiinti(in.
V v h
i:r ii.it; ri:i. ion pi lmo.s m r
Wilhn-i't thr vsr, of Mnllcintt.
Sir A. (.'.. B.n t.. ii:.-ii'ed a.d advised th.. u- f ;;
MKD1CATK1) I'clL CIILST I'llOTLCTOi:
I ' ' a.l p.T.oi.s .1 all a-.-s ai.d
a-i-s ai.il eoii.iiii,
-kin and u s..le shi-ld .--L-ainst tl.osi-
di-.-a-i s.( ',,. u nipt i.-n. Bi f in. ins. As'! ma. ( . i,'.-
C i ',-. an.! othe r.,tt!ieti..i.s.,t t I.io: L- s, u l.ieii a"i
nomine expos-en state ot tin- in-1.
fi.-d.irii, and the i- 'i,iintial char- i s of
" ei rccii c
a cln li:
-.ii !!-! , w !
II, it becomes
I I I 0...-I .1
. Sll-pl IH.il ..
agre'-; b'n- a
. .e.s,t . a:.d
The Protector'' i-
Iter. 1 1 ii-d wuli i ' 1. ... ..I
: !!' 1,1 1 1n- I.eek, i 'V I i s 1 1
' f : :n. " that, ol.ee v .,i
'The i'rotector." althf icjli but . i-.-c.--i I v inn-, h';-.- -1
eed into A merie.i. is making r.q id pro-.-ri-st in . e-h
l lie I i.i'i-il States, the ( 'ana la-, S.iiiih A ineri. a ar -i
i tiie Wc.f la.ii.-s. t has f. r a long tin beef a
pie article in Kngland and on t!i"'c..i.ii,i-nt of 1 ,. -
rope, while it has grovi n in many l ountties to ,..
position of an article of dress.
j To demonstrate- these facts enquire of any I'.ti, Hm.
residii t in your vicioi'i of h-s know ;.-. .- , t ti.i
. beiict'ici-il ctfei 'ts of w e.u ing i he Protector, vtl.i . .'
.-.rei rx- to dm Inrin i f auv kind. The e st r'
wearing these articles is a mere trit'e, and one w i !
i last some v cars. .u lih- dm values tlx- hi-ait ': i f
: himself or his family vv ill be without them. The
I Ins i':;!s in this country are let alone reei.ii!tr:i nd
ing them, but rapidly in'.roducii.g thi-m. II. ir; . iji t,
Bradley it Co., of Loinb.ii, and Mart hest-.-r. j;.
! laud. vi t e originally enrnisti-d vv itli f he mane!;. i t . r.
;of the Protectors, by the lamented )r. (.'ooj-er, r i d
continue to manufacture according to ,?. vrigin.-t
i instrm-tions, and therefore l ecoinmi tid those wl,.-
! wouhl wear "The Protectors," to see to tin. 1 1- beii g
B cm i:m n Lit, this is a staple article, and no Pat i i f
hi tail miens.
flent's Size, ... .4:1. .r,0 each,
i, .-uiies f;o ... .oi) uo.
Boys' - Misses do. - 75 (,,.
1IARCOERT. BIlADI.EY X CO..
.'IS Ann .street & I.2 Nassau street. New Votk.
Principal W'irelioise, lfj Wood-street, Chcapside,
London. M nut factum, -II Market-street, Man
H. B. - Co. are establishing Depots for th
j of "The Protector" in all parts of A merica
sicians, Surgeons, Druggists, Clothiers, Dry Goecs
Merchants, Hatters and Milliners, also Gentle men's
Furnishing Store-Keepers are entrusted with the
wholesale and retail distribution of them, and to
whom most liberal terms are oll't red for their enter
prise, and a splendid opportunity opens to them for
safe and profitable business. For terms, applv to
1IARCOURT, BRADLEY & CO.."
33 Ann Street, New York. U. S,
Sept. 10, 1954.--2Cm3