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374 THE PERR.YSBURG JOURNAL.' 1 1 1 i The Great Distribution Postponed. TI1K Cosmopolitan Art Association announce . n brief postponement of the distribution, from the 30th of January to the 28th of February, at which time it will i'osiTiviii.V TARE rt.ACE, The managers find it necessary to make the above change, owing to the delay in completing the build ing of the Galleries, and the reception of Works of Art ; which necessarily deferred the publication of tha Illustrated Catalogue until late in December, thereby preventing the general circulation desired among the distant Secretaries and friends of the Association. To all those who have not subscribed the last opportunity is now presented. Any one sub Hcribing previous to the 28fh of February, is enti tled to the Magazines fur lSr5. The payment of $3 entitles any person to either one of the following Magazines tor the year 1355 : Hirper's, Putnam's, Knickerbocker, Blackwood's, (wrahain's, Magazine of Art, and (Jodey's Lady's, Book, and the Quarterly Reviews re-printed in New York: Edinburg, Westminster , London Quar- terly, and North British. Also a ticket in the Dis tribution, giving the holder an equal chance m drawing the $5,000 Statue of THE GIIEI1K SLAVE! Or VENUS, BACCHANTE, HE BE, FLORA, with Bronze Statuettks and several hundred mag nificent Oil Paintings ! For full particulars see Illustrated Catalogues, which are sent free, on application, to all parts of the country. Address C. L. DERBY, Actuary C. A. & L. A. Knickerbocker Magizine Office, 348 Broadway, New York, Or 1GG Water St., Sandusky, O. The Magazine of the Age ! JUST PUBLISHED, iheAmericau Monthly Mag azine, for February, devoted to Literature, Arts, Sciences, Biography, General Intelligence, and the dissemination of pure American Principles! In its pages will be found Tales and Sketches of Rev olutionary Times ; Reminiscences of the Early Set tlers of the Country ; Biographies of the "early Governors of New England ; Historical Romances, Statistical and Scientific development. Poetry and Essays, together with a great variety of Editorial on the current topics of the day. An open and un yielding opposition to the interference of Roman emissaries in our political elements, and an earnest arid determined advocacy of the principles of the American Paiitv will be a prominent feature in this Magazine. The numbers will contain portraits of prominent American Statesmen, accompanied with biograph ical sketches, rendering it one of the most useful and entertaining periodicals in the world, and in dispensable to every American family. Terms $3 per annum ; six copies $15 ; ten cop ies $'26; twenty copies and upwards $'2 each, in advance. Agents wanted to canvass in every city and town in the United States, to whom great inducements are offered. Address J. S. TUTTLE & CO., Publishers. 5 & 5 Scollay's Building, Jan. 27, 1855.-47 'Fremont Row, Boston. Harriet Pray, guardian 1 of Ambrose 11. Pray, i Sale of Real Estate by vs. , order of Probate Court. Ambrose It. Pray. ' j nV virtue of an order of sale, tome directed from 1J the probate court of Wood county, I will offer j for sale at the door of the court bouse in Perrvs burg, on Wednesday, the 21st day ot March, l&oo, at 2 o'clock p. in., the east half of the north west quarter of section twelve, in township four north, of range ten east, containing 80 acres. HARRIET PRAY, Guardian of Ambrose It. Pray. Perrysburg. Feb. 17, 1S55. 47w5$2 SUE It Y FOR SALE. -I will sell myAshery, J. in this town, situated near the court house, to gether with a large quantity of excellent house and held Ashes in the building." This is the bestashery in Wood county, and the town and adjacent country will furnish a regular supply of ashes. Payments easy. Apply to M. KEY, Jr. 1 ! The court of Common Pleas f r,f Worid cnnntv. William Uill vs. (JeorcreEddlcman. j WILLIAM BLAKE will take notice that Will iam Hill has filed in the court of common ideas of Wood county a petition against you and George Eddleman. seeking to foreclose a mortgage Liven bv Geonro Eddleman to him. on the north west quarter of section thirty-six, (36) in township No. three, (3) U. S. It., to secure the payment of a note for one hundred dollars, with interest since January 15, 1853, and that unless you appear and demur or answer such petition by the 31st day of March, 1855, the Baid William Hill will ask a decree pro cenfesso ot the next term of said court there after. J ami:s Mi uiiav, Att'y of Ftff. Jan. 27.J855.--25 ROAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that there will bo a petition presented to the com missioners of Wood county. Ohio, nt their March f easiou next. nraviiiLr them to lav out and establish a county road, commencing at the quarter post of lection No. 32. nt the Martin & IliM road, in Ves t in township, thence west on the half section line to the top of the bluff east of Beaver Creek ; thenco north-west on the nearest and best ground until said r-jnd intersects the Perrysburg and Lima road, ntor ii&ar Andrew Frankforther's steam saw mill, and hr to terminate. Weston tp., Wood co., O., Feb. 7, 1855.i6w4 II EMOVAL. BROWN Si HUNT hnveremo V ved their Stove and Tin Establishment to their New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we are offering a well selected assortment of COO K, HALL, B OX PA R L OR 8 TO VES, in great varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man ufacture, and inferior to none. Plain and Japaned Tin Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Trimmings, At Wholesale and Retail. Job work and Repairing done on short notice. Or ders from abroad will meet with prompt attention. Jan. 1, 1855. BROWN & HUNT. Corn ! Corn ! ! COltlY ! ! ! TT7E are now prepared to receive good merehant V V able Corn in the ear, in exchange for Stoves, kc, or inpayment tor all debts due us until the first day of March next, at lit'ty cents per bushel weighing seventy pounds. No more excuses, but bring on your corn ! New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's. BROWN & HUNT. GEO. W. BROWN & CO. Jan. 8, 1855. I -1fT! S A T V. fVt Hil(Tl?l! ca ,1 lr, 1 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 fur almost anv kind of trader. S. CLARK. " DBS. J. J. K Ell II & II. X. REYNOLDS, having permanently located in Perrvsburg. tender their professional services to the citizens of A 1 1 1. 1. ... - 4 - . 1 . ' . . town nuu viumiiy, uuu iiujie uy iiHnciauniuuinu all calls to merit a share of the public patronage. Particular attention paid to chronic diseases, such as Dyspepsia, Wcakncss-of the Spine, chrcnic Liv er Derangements, and female Weaknesses of all kinds. REFERENCES. Prof. L. E. Jones. Cincinnati, Ohio ; " E. II. Stockwell, " " T. J. Wright, " " " II. F. Johnson, Philadelphia, Pa.; T. I). Hill. Cleveland, Ohio; B. A. "Wright, M. D., Mexico, Wyandot co., O. II. Remolds, M.D., Greenwich, Huron co..O. Oct. 28. 1854. 31tf j Saddle and Harness Malting. JESSE WILLIAMS having resumed the business of Saddle and Harness making, at his shop on Front street, nbove Peck's store, is now prepared to execute all orders in his line at short notice and on reasonable terms. He will generally keep on hands such articles as may be called for, of the best qual ity of materials, and well made, which he will sell cheap for ready pay. Repairing promptly done. AH kinds of produce taken ut the market value. Give him a call. dec 10-38 A Book for Every Young American. L ELAND, CLAY & CO., publishers of the Dime, have in preparation, and will soon publish, in one volume of about 500 pages, with 200 engrav ings, cloth, gilt THE ILLUSTRATED MANNERS BOOK; A Manual of Good Bt-havior and Polite Accomp lishments; containing careful instructions in all that appertains to the person, dress, manners, acquire ments, conversation and deportment of the perfect lady, and t'.ie finished gentleman of the best society. Price one dollar. This book, the first and only one of its kind, will bo sent, post-paid, as a premium to any person who will procure 30 subscribers to the Dime, an Illus trated Monthly, at ten cents a year. Each number of the Dimo contains from five to ten engravings, music, and twenty columns of useful and entertain ing matter, suitable for the school or family. It is considered the best, as it is the cheapest paper of its kind ; and being neither sectional, sectarian, nor partisan, it is intended for the widest circulation and the greatest possible usefulness. The Illustrated Manners Book, post-paid, and 30 copies of the Dimo one year, for $3. The Illustrated Manners Book, mailed, post-paid, for$l. The Dime, 10 cents a year, or 1 1 copies for 1. Specimens cheerfully forwarded to teach ers, clergymen, postmasters, or any person wishing to raise clubs and compete for its premiums. Address Lbi.and, Ci.av & Co., 11 Spruce-st.,N.Y. The court ;f Common Fleas of AYood coun ty Vacation after Oct. term, 1854. Samuel Jackson, adm'r of " Henry Friezner, deceased, plaintiff, vs. Andrew Friezner, John Friezner, Samuel Friezner, Henry Friezner, Lewis Friezner, Levi Friezner, Kainuel Darr, Elizabeth Barr, Daniel Deery Si Ann I'. Beery, Jacob Friezner, Isaac Sw igart, PusanNah Swigart.WillinmAVarncr, Andrew I''. M'arner, and John Stukev. defendants. rplIE defendants will take notice that the plain-, J tiff has filed in the court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, a petition to complete a certain contract entered into between Henry Friezner and Elijah N. Knight, for the sale of out-lot No. 2-51 in the new survey of Perrysburg, in said county, and for an order to'make a tleed therefor to said Elijah N. Knight; and that unless defendants jdcad. an swer or demur to said petition by the first day of tho next term, the plaintiff will, on a proper show ing at that term, move the court to grant the prayer of said petition. T Jaues MuRRA V, Jan. 27, 1836.--44w3f2.r0 Jlisi Att'y. Railroad Line of Hacks. THE subscriber will ruu a Carriage from Per rysburgand Mauniee to Toledo daily, in con nection with the Cleveland and Toledo Railrcad. Starting from Perrvsburg at 6 o'clock A . M. and arrive at Toledo in time for the 9 o'clock train. Ketuming at the arrival of the Express Train from Cleveland, at 12 o'clock, M. Passengers will be sent from Perrysburg in anv direction and at all hours. WM.L. COOK. Perrvsburg, Nov. 25, 1S54. 35tf WASHINGTON UNION IXSL'ltAXCE Company; Capital $300,000. D. B. Dunham", Pres't. Gkou:i: M voatt, Treus. He.nuy II. Doimie, Agent for Wood county. TT'OR SALE Four good Horses j " JL One new two-horse Wagon ; One second hand light single Wagon : 20 tons Hay in barn, and of best quality: j 1,000 bushels of Oats ; J .000 bushes of Corn ; 300 cords of Dry Wood. Apply to M. KEY, Jr. FAKMIVGr LANDS FOR SALE, fill IK subscriber otters for snip, in quantities to JL suit purchasers, the following described Lands in Wood county, Ohio, and in Steuben county, In diana, via : In the Town of Lake, Wood co., Ohio. fit ctit ii. Ac. e ;. The North half one 22!Ui0 Northeast qr. of southeast qr. seven Southwest qr. of southeast qr. seven Northeast qr. twenty Southeast qr. twenty Southwest qr. twenty Northeast qr. twenty-one ortwestqr. twenty-one Southeast qr. twenty-one rorth hf. ot southwest qr. twenty-ore Northeast qr. twenty-tw o Northwest qr. twenty-two Southwest qr. twenty-tw West hf. of southeast qr. twenty-tw o West hf. northwest qr. twenty-three Northeast qr. twenty-eight Southeast qr. twenty -eiht Northeast qr. twenty-nine Northwest qr. twenty-nine North hf. southeast qr. twenty-nine Also, Fractional section 3d, in fractional township S. north of range IU, containinj - 40 40 100 11,0 1 h;o n.o it;i K.o ;o l;-i so N) 1'JO n;o lti- NO ; 13.75 In the town of Jackson, Steuben co., I ml. TOWN 37, RANGE 12. Kertiott. Acn't. The East hf. of the southwest qr. tw elve 75 Northeast qr. eleven ItiO East Lf. of northeast qr. fourteen Ku South hf. of southeast qr. fourteen 4-0 Wfit Iif of nnrfllivfRt nr. fi.n rt a..,. Ml ...... - g ., ,,,,,11 ,. . ,. , . A 11 of these lands are ot superior quality, haurg been selected nearly twenty jears nifo for agrv-t.l- tural purposes. 1 lie title is derived y patents troni tnet.t.aiui uuiiuui-st oual.le. the United States povernme mm. o. t : . . . j iiusb m tuuu, u um,. i. ..inn, ,imm 01 uk openings, and are well adapted for the growth of wheat. . Those in the town of Lake. "Wood county. Ohio, consist of woodland, penerally hr-avily timbered, consisting; of ouk. ash, whitew ood, clni, beech, mn plo and other varieties. In the immediate vieinitv of Perrysburg and Toledo, they ure all of tl:ein near or intersected by lines of railroad, running cast, west and south ; and as the whole surrounding region is becoming rapidly improved, they prreeiit desirable investments for those wishing to purchase for the purpose of improvement. Apply to the subscriber at Lansing, Michigan, during the present month of January, or at his idt nee, Marquette, Lakrt Superior, .Michi'an ; (r ti his agent. Suiuei. P. hi.r. at Rochester, N. Y. In formation respecting the lands tnnv also be had of Hon. N. Allem, at Toledo. Jan.13.lft.'.. 12m2 HUMAN Ii. 1" LY . T gant and popular wceltlv A grieulf urul Fun lv Newspaper will commence its Fourth Volume on the first of January, 1S?55. It will b? illustrated, as 'usual, with numerous engravings of Domestic An- limals. Farm Buildings, Farm Implements, Trees, j Shrubs, and all the important affairs connected with Horticulture, ,igneiiuure, iuiii .-uk u, F.ach number will contain, besides foreign and domestic news, selections from the m ri interesting publications of the day, stories, wit, history. Ling- rajihy, poetry, essays on various subject, market! reports of Cleveland, New York, Cincinnati, &c. j In short, nothing will be left undone, which may be (thought necessary to render " The Ohio Farmer" ithe bcstKAMii.v l'APF.n for the VAiiMr.n, a.tHTir m-.u, and stock i!iii:r.ni:H, thnt is j ublished in tl.c L'r.ited States. That its circulation may be general, we have uiude the terms low. TuiMHOKTiiK Fakmkii. (invariably in sdvance) Sinire coiiies, one year, $2 ; three copies, one year, J,rj ; live copies, one year, ; ten copies, one year, $15; one cojiy, six "months, $1: live copies. months, ; ten copies, six months. $S. VMttKTiuv tn-vTi urn iMititlcfl tn rotiiin fiftv cents commission on each yearly, and twenty-live on each semi-yearly subscriber, excei't in the case oT clubs A club of five subscribers nt $$, will entitle the person making it up to a copy for six months ; and a cjub of ten, at $15, to a copy for cmr year, ii:. laM.r.. , . . , ... , -.l-(r,,. i the l:ut injurious i-tTerls in lic Most Ji iicatu ev cr ! tht wcU-,;t rr.i.?tiUitlon. j It in rutin ly uwless to follow thi r.M and worn . i u,in ot publishing i-i tun pul-iie ti.auutiUk or rri:n I i""" r""1 SO M KM" II 1 N ( X K Y A X 1) V A L U A B LE. ILr Hit iiU'i-rCul King (n the f.icn of the globe now ii.i Mipmii'-in tiif Ainciii-iin ;rutlir. Th powwr of M- cruwiii-il lie.nl:. rf hur n i-i'.i!, h.to iuiiuiiiranro fclu-u criiio ir-.-il to i ur ,ini riijnn hinp. I ur-'m-i.ii ki.-ins imp!' tt, poi-r fKtJ in tlim to Uu-r yt t he ri li .s t f tin- rl-li .ni l lrjl.v, ucl to rlnr to irrinUT mivr. ami f.i-t!r:nlntirn, tl, rrr and d prd--nt. .'ur Aim I'i.-.ni Uin,i put furll) ilh triuiil wiUiii-m-- to tl.t- !r r.t! iii::j.sv ii ;iii'J t!u- liiimMr r:il in, ttiiy iI'm- ti .i i i Uli-r r ilif. ;it;iI t- iillr lirulth und li.ijf nev. to tliL- luliy :ui,i lu-. lv, ll.i: ri h uni tha poi.r. Dii. .ul in. m; j,ik GREAT AMERICAN KING- lh Ti xtii Af'.M i.u :,y ii. : Wi ri.n. m il tln cn-atrt -i . --i 1 4 --r o:! ri.'l to ati;iill htitiruiitj ; to the mif- riiK I'-iHi'Min tin- l'o.-1'ir r;.n .iy. ri lii I' U nt your com i.i.": i. Y-u li.it tiy to us" tin tn.viral rrmnly. Ail :!.'! lm !-i i i i miMi t, mi'l ill n-t aivrpttha profcrrcj Ha'in. J- m r' n t 1 1 pity f tl '.ir f.iinilii , Ti:i unn-Jvrfi'l 1 1 1 t -.rinr. Inri.17 I !i 1-rii-f prricd i-inr it iiitr-i :u.-ti..u. Ii.s i-.irri"-l li.ippim.-.'-s to tl,o brrtil ill iimi" J. a;il i:i.i1- li a i'li.irii to 111111V hf. hirt t,T' r 'irb j it on!;, a 3 ptit.ful mi j llisrrat-i . -. ii-"'. 1'. ti:.- n i U'!s villi a'.i I InhiH'ijt"-, 1'niVri ration i I'uri '. lllrr. sn l IVt, I trn -t iri, an I It-t mlllic n. of pUJ 1 id t: l: k 1 n claim tin." ru-riN r-f tlui yn nl " Aim ticjin Ki;; i f I iii." pr nr.iti.ni ioui i "-it yAlj of laMcniJ r!, pri"t.:--.J ly Atucri;' own rirli ani t""ii '. .f-ctf v il. - w -nil J l). I.v'ilES. ho srr nlwnys wmpiWit ; jJii' of bat i-.111. 1 n bat Is 11 t ii T.iiiiaU.. fniiilly mV irln'". to do u A jn-.-i il fiTor by i;!viit; tl.n K 1 11 it of a iiij.lo trial, sua if Kitis t- ry. r.-rt t!i'-ir inilurw in its U'liall', rr.-oin" Mi l ir, s;i-n !1 nmt iftou i f a-, m! thrt If J ? y t'.-ir an!ictcd n. i ji'-orn. Th Im -liraarealw jya rltnrilal.lo. niiU v lu'D thi-y indue1 their tuliflni.' friendi tj use thi rrally valunblii 111 cV.cla. , they Will Vh dcin nn m-t t f l-ciicTi-li-nre that tlit-y 'hii Wfll l proud nt". 'I hU in a powerful and trulv-nvtl-' .1 rcnieJy fr J1 i-t.-riiai oMs. as... w rvt, w filings buruK 4c . snd for r.mnv intcrual nM'ii-li n. it 1 .1 nru.ii nir. inciliiinu. It ron sod Pr. Itu'.l t:k'" tl ' i"ui ivttv-ne rvnis la irv f elt-rttm d reputation n tho hiuc .f Uoln,' . and rn.irc than ho claims fi-l it. We would ask liivr .u ilin HUruinatUra orOr.tit; th-a trv not pl.'uvmt rpinpanion., Bud wkn wthil you would like to drive tbciu away as soou a. p!vU , then uso "UL'LL'S KINO 01" PAIN." M'ouM you he rured almost immediitely cf IV rl Complaiul, I)saiitvry, Sumnwr Com plaint, t'uolorx Mor bus. Cramp tT.olu Head Ai-lu-, 'J'.-oth or any other asfc or pile, the rcin-My is simple and the cure ciTtain, VsK TUK 0UKAT KINO OX PAIN. Would you have your Sonus, Swrllinps. Cuts, Bur ha, F-ald., Ilr'ulsca, or any otbur woundi hoaled, we rrfrat It. ute the MAGICAL KINO OF TAIN. Wonld vou he cured of Scald IIc.il. St!(T Joint. Pore Throat, Nturall.i. Koro Hrrast. l.umhao, Tettvr or Kins I -!'orn, SsIt Rl; u,u?',1;i!f80 "TvTifuin? ay again and agaii;, Toes rxmkdt i Dr. John Ball " KINO OK TAIN." Would yon b cured or Kinr KtII, Canocr, Tumorn, KruptiouH, or aDV diwaso cf tho h'kln caused by Impure tiood. thon uw Dr. .lohn Hull's ?:ir.'-aparilla Intoraally, and the Kin of I'ala cxti-rnal!y. uothlni; can be uor curtain than ft fdoody nnd rlfoctual ourc. The above nopular medicine just receivwl for sale b v (,' 1 1 A 'S 1. 1: .'. L PR I-., Postinai'ter, I triyibuifi . And bv lr. II. lJi.itnri r, ?, la u nice. C'il.' j I I 1 - - - - - - - j Tl 7 AdOSK FOR NAIill. 1 1 nve en hf.i i i V V r ive New Lumber W agoi.s, which I w ill 'il I CHEAP for riish, r Pioduce ut market prices. Pcrrj -burg, Ohio. CPEUKIN. ! - - - - " 4 J)M I NLSTK ATOK S NOTICE. Notice ! j -. hereby given that tit,? subscribers have ben appointed und duly cpialified as administrators on , the estate of John fc'oleloather, deceased, l:itc f j Wood county, Ohio. CIIAKLES SOLKLEATHtH. ; JOHN SOLELEATHEK. ; Feb. 10, LS.1.". 4fiv U : ixj"VT IN TOTICE is hereby Riven that a petition will b i nresented to the commissioners of Wood ccun- it.v. ntthoir next reoular session, liraviliir for the lo- cation and establishment of n county road, as fol cents j lows : Conimeucing at the river road ot or near the quarter post between sections 13 and 14 in Wcbsu-r township, and to run north on section line till it Uk tersects the MeCutclienwue roau, i , . Feb. 10, ISofl. 4w4 .