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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.
31 BUSINESS CARDS. B AVKIXG NOTICE.--ThePerrysbttrg Bank is now oDen and prepared to discount short business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and East ern Exchange, and transact other business in their line. Interest paid tin time deposits. J. S. N CHITON, Cashier. Oct. 14, 135. 2I)tf WASIIlSGTOtt UNtON INSUItANCE Company; Capital 300,000. D. 11. Dunham, Pres't. Gko'ivof. M yoatt, Treas. Henrt II. Doigk, Agent for Wood county. CLEVELAND MUTUAI INSURANCE Company Capital $200,00U. Risks taken on rea sonable terms, in the above responsible companies, by II. II. DODGE, Insurance Agent. MANUFACTURER of all styles of Carnages and Wagons, also, of Hall & "Post's Cultivator, warranted to do double the amount of work of any ordinary cultivator. Shop on I''ront.street, opposite Spafford'a Hotel. Perrysburg, Ohio. -Ht p7c7holt7 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Miscellaneous, School, Theological, Gift tf Toy BOOKS, Harper's and Putnam's Monthlies, plain and fancy Stationery, Wrapping And Wall Paper, Gold Pens, &e.,&c, M&umee City, Ohio. Icrryslurg, ITIauracc A: Toledo. The Packet bloop toiveepcr, McCollet, master, will ply between the above ports the enduing season. Tor freight apply on bourd, or to B. F. HoilnsTfeH k Co., Perrysbur;:. tnhSltf IIoi.LiSTF.it A; Coi.tov, Toledo, An Excellent Farm for Sale 120 Acres. A A RARE CHANCE for the purchase of a well I ed. This families! improved farm is now offere 'i miles northwest of Bowling Green, in Plain tp., and is composed of 80 acres of prairie laud, under pood cultivation, and 40 acres of excellent timber. There is a fine young orchard of choice fruits, a never failing well of pure water, the land is well drained and dry, and lies on good roads and con venient to schools and churches. For further par ticulars inquire of the subscriber on the premises. April 7. 1855.--tf JABEZ RUSSELL. S. JEFFERSON, Attorney at Law, Solicltorin Chancery, Land Agent. &c. &e. Office in the coi'rt house, Perrysburg, O. J. W. KILLS &S0NS Manufacturers of all kinds of Paper and Blank Books. Springfield, Ohio. Perrysburg Prices Current. Wheat, $2.00(22.00; Flour, $I0.0(M, 10.00 ; Kyc. kV275; Corn, 75(375; Oats, 37(2 1 ' i Flaxseed, 87 ;$1.00; Timothy, $ 1. 50(2-1.00; Clover. $5.00(3 5.50; Potatoes, 75$ fl ; Apples, green. 50&$ 1.00 ; dried, $1.25J1.50; Pwaches, dried, $1.00.jl.25 ; Means, $1.25(31.50; Butter, 12 (ft 1 8 ; Eggs, 8(210; Beeswax, 220r23 ; Feathers, 31(j44 ; Fresh Pork, 4U; Mess do., $15.0015.00; Prime, $8.00: Hams, 810; Shoulders, bV(3 ; Sides, Gcrj ; Fish, pickerel, $(5.00(g7.00 ; white bass", $5.50(21.00; Shingles, white wood. $1.00; pine, $3.50 4.00 ; Lumber, common, $8.0010.00; pine, $12.00(2 13.00; do. dressed, $ l?.0rt!220.00 ; Staves. Hour barrel, $3.5003.75; tight 'barrel, .5.50(2(i.00 : Hides, green. 45; drv, 8(29; Tallow. 10(212; Lard, 8(210; Wool, 25(230; Hay, $8.0010.00; Wood, $ 1.2521.50 ; Onions. 50(0175 : Hogs, 4f-4 1 . Court of Common Tleas, Wood County. In Partition. Mark Curtis against Ruhama Smith, Cynthia Clark & Bernard Clark, f James McOinnis k Ma- j rv Helen McGinnis. ) rriHE defendants will tako notice that, on the 28th JL day of April, A. D. 1855, the above named plaintiff filed a petition in the court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, where the same is now pending, demanding partition of the following pre mises, situate in said county, to wit : The north east quarter of the south east quarter of section number nineteen, in township number fire north, of range number eleven east. Plaintiff demands that partition be made of said premises, as follows : To said plaintiff two-thirds of said premises ; to said Cynthia Clark and Bernard Clark one equal sixth part ; to said James McGin nis whatever interest he may be found to have in the said premises ; to said Mary Helen McGinnis one equal sixth part, subject to the interest of the said James McGinnis in the said one-sixth ; and to the said Ruhama Smith dower in the whole. At the next term of said court an application will be made by said plaintiff for an order that partition may be made, &c, of said premises. J. II. REID. Atty for Petitioner, Perrysburgh, Apiil 28, 1855. w6$ 4.20 DODGE'S SPKINO BEDSTEADS, Springfield, Ohio, k 17 East Jjpurth-st., Cincinnati. ROCK HOSE, an invaluable remedy for all dis eases of the Liver, Scrofulous and Bilious com plaints, fndigestion, Dyspepsia, Cutaneous Erup tions, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Coughs, Headache, Canker and Nursing Sore Mouth, Rheumatic and Bronchial Affections, and General Debility. It acts with wonderful efficiency in purifying the blood. giving tone and elasticity to the system, thereby inspiring energy and power to throw off those nu merous diseases incident to this climate. In quart bottles, at $1 each. 2tf PECK & HAMILTON. BOOKS! HOOKS I I n ill supply all persons who may wish to purchase any ot the tuicellft neous books of Aneriran or English publisher, af the publishers' catalogue prices, free of any charge. Persons wishing to order or purchase any mis cellaneous book or books, can do so by calling on me at the residence of Uev. .1. H. Newton. J. W. CHESTER. Perrysburg, April 14. 185,). m3 Jturc Cliauee to I'lakeMoiicj-. AGENTS WANTED. mo School Teachers and others To canvass for JL nuw, popular and saleable subscription Books, j Young men of enterprise, desirous of visiting dif ferent parts of the county or tate, as well as those wishing business, will find this both pleasant and profitable. For further information, call on me at G. & J. Powehs's, or address by mail. JNO. W. CHESTER. Perrysburg, Wood co., (1.; April 14 tn3 Boiird will house in Perrysburg, at 9 o'clock A. M., on the second Tuesday of every month, for the examination of Teachers, until fur ther notice. J. II. NEWTON, Clerk. CCIIOOL EXAMINERS. The O meet at the court -, , ... nl , "" Feb. 24, 1855. 48tf DM. NYE & CO. have removed their Goods, saved from the late fire, into er of tSttmmit !$ Adams-sts .1 stotk ol ! where they would be happy to sec their old friends. Ever grateful for the kindness and friendly feeling extended to them in time of distress, as well us jirtts perity. they would be happy to see all, and will ot ter their stock of books at a reduced price. Toledo. Feb.. 1855. I). H. NYE Si CO. DITCH NOTICE. rpO Smythc & Sprague, John Moon el at., Mary X Haskins, Joseph Larwill, Wm. Barton, Jona than A. Ktmherger, Robert McComb, Heninn B. F.ly, Lytnan Kendall. Kichnrd Mott, Samuel Crane or John Allen, David Ladd etal.. Bowman & Thom as, Starkweather & Tracy and Samuel Starkweath er, or the owners of lands on the following ditches, and all others interested: You are hereby notified that the trustees of Lake township, Wood county, Ohio, will meet on Satur day, June 1G, 1S55, to locate a ditch or drain, de- scribed as follows : Commencing at the south line of section 30, about la teet west of the section cor- ners between 29 and 30, then run north parallel; with said section lines through said sections, and I continue the same distance parallel with same said ! lines about 220 rods through sections 1!) and 20;! then east about 30 feet ; then north, parallel Uiih i said lines, about 40 rods, to intersect a ditch that is cut. I And also to locate a ditch, to commence et a j small creek, 15 feet weft of the north and soutli line ; that runs between 17 and 1, and about 80 rods from the south line of section 7, then run north, i parallel with the said line that runs between sec-1 tions 17 and 18, and 7 and 8, to a run, known as the ! Dry Run, in Lake township. Wood comity, Ohio. n 11 A A A M J r. 1 1' it l: 1 , l'etjtioner. May 5, 18r5.7-wC$4,3T QCHOOL NOTICE. The qualified electors of Scl hool Dist. No. l.Terrysburg township, will , meet u. the School House on Friday the 15th vt June at , o clock i-.M. t choose two directors, to ; t..r .3 years and to transact such other business "V "c "i-.j.t.fc .mx nS. JAMES W. ROSS, Sec. Perrysburg, May 19, 1855. lw4 , ) The Court S TleasofW ) Ohio. of Common ood County.! Shibnah Sj)ink, Plaintiff, vs. Enos Stone, Defendant flnlpr tn Ifpvivp .Tnd ninit. THE said Enos Stone will take notice that Shib nah Spink has filed in the above court an order to revive ft cert-iin iuri-niPTit obtained bv Chaunev D. AVoodruff against Lnos stone, Decern oer -'ntn, 18.18, before E. Huntington. Esq., a justice of the peace of Perrysburg township, Wood county, Ohio, for the sum of "ninety 40-100 dollars nnd costs, which judgment was afterwards assigned to Shibnah Spink and made a judgment in Wood Common Pleas; that the same is dormant and unsatisfied ; and unless he show good cause why said order of revivor should not be made by July 21," 1855, on the first day of the next term of said court thereafter, the said order of revivor will be made absolute. MURRAY & DODGE, Atfvs of Spink. May 10, 1855, lwtj$3 Saddle and Hnrness jJIiiSviisp. JESSE WILLIAMS haTing resumed the lunners of Saddle and Harness making, nt his fchc p ru Front street, above Peek's store, is now pi q mid to execute all orders in his line at short tit e aid en reasonable terms. He will generally keep on hands such articles as may be called for, c t the btst qual itv of materials, and well mudr, which he will sell cheap for ready pay. Repairing ttov tly done. All kinds of produce taken at the mar kit Milue. Give him a call. dec 1 M-i'M rTa. cro Watchmaker and Jeweler, GkLit Would most respectfully invito the eitizeiiS ot ' Maumee City, Perrysburg, Wutorviiie, ar.d vi cinity, to call and examine,, before purehasiig t it e where. Jw FKESI1 SUPPLY OF NEW JEWEL RY, just ft reived from Boston the bent assort tnei.t ever brought Into this murketcoiifcH ii g of Ladies' and Gents Fine mond Scarf Pins : Gold Breast Fins : Cents' J.s Gents' Diamor.d K;i lf : I.ndieV superior Cliff Pins ; Ladies' Ruby, Lniei aid, I'earl, and Garnet Rings; Fine Gold LockeU; Fai-rirys of nil kinds and qualities; beautiful Alva Coral Bracelets; hne (joJd Bracelets with stttiFps; La dies' Gold Chains, (new style) ; Silver ai.d Gold Feiietls; Cortiolian Kings ;- W fitches. Clocks, t.cln and Silver -Watch Keys, together With n peneral assortment of every variety of goods in his line. Cash buyers will find this a very deKrri.ble stock, and I Would also say that 1 can and-will veil jewelry ten per cent, cheaper than Toledo irerclmr.Ts. Maumee City. Oct. 17.- - R A.C K C f S . Wood Common Pleas, Julf Teirm, Peter Sigler v. Fatmy Fox, Andrew J. Fox, Ltvi Fox, Mary a an Yvx. William Fox, Sarah M. Fox, and Samuel Mowry THE non-resident defendants are Iiercty otfcd that the pla'.Satiff, Peter Sigler, on ti e 20th of April, 1855, filed in said court his pethk.ii againft them, setting forth, among itiier things, tliat vn the 19th of Sept., 1853, plaintiff for a valuable censid- eratioii theuimid, became the purc haser c( tl;e south east quarter of the north weft quarter of section twenty, in town three north, of rauge eleven cast, from one Williasi Fox, ow deceased ; that the said William Fox, and Fanny Fox, one of itt'i t dants and wife of the said Willfcim, undertcr-fc to iciivey said land by warrantee deed, but by niist;;te describ ed it as the north west quarter of the south cast quarter of said section ; and that before Paid mistake was discovered, he, William, deceased, leading An drew J., Levi, Maryann, Willium, and Sarah M., minor heirs at law. The prayer of paid petition is, that said error be corrected, and unless defendants appear and answer or deniir to said etiticn on or before the first day of titxt term, it will be taken as true and an order had thereon accordingly. PETER SIGLER, by S. Jefi-fWon. May IP, 1855. 1wC$4 IlisAtty. Jacob Scheiber nnd Nicholas") Marks, Plaintiffs, against Dominich Bensfeldtand Solo- Court of Common Pleas Wood County, Ohio. nvn . Shepard. defendants. J AEr KNDANTS are-nereoy notified that, rn the J 16th day of May, 1855. a petition was filed by the plaintiffs, in the office of the cleik of tb" court of common pleau in said Wood county, asking for the foreclosure of n certain mortgage executed by same the said Dominich Bcnsfeldt to plaiptiffs, on or about the ilith day of July. A. D. 1833. for the following described lands, to wit : The east half of the north west quarter of section nuhiber nine, in township number four north, of rnnge number nine east, and asking judgment for the sum of two bundled and fifty dollars, w ith interest on the same frriu the Sth dav of March, A. I). 1854, and for thirty-nine dollars and seventy-two cents, with interest on the Faii-.o from the 8 th d;iy of January. A.D, 1853, and .inking that the same may be declared a lien on the said lands and ri'iiemef.tii. and that the same may be sold . A nn,w . -A T,t;(;... .... of juv' .p. it w n be taken as confessed aj;ilin,t It)W alid iu(!rnient rendered thereon ac serve d , Kj, ,jf STEM & JOHNSON. Mav 19. 155 1WK4..25 Attrs for Pifik. nr Leonard Whitinore, use, vfce. vs. Churle et af. OHKKIFF'S SA LF. By virtne of n writ cf rr- W or at tne door oi tne court nonpe in Perrysburg on Saturday, June 23d. ls."5. between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. a:;d 2 o'clock v. Jr. rf O edition to me directed and delivered, fi m the court of cotnnion picas of Wee d (. ur.tr, (:hio, I said day. the following property : 1 he ee;ua undi vided one-fourth part of river tract No. (85) eight r fiye, of the United States Reserve of 12 miles fo-uare at the foot of the rapids of the Mit mi of l ake Eri, containing one hundred and thirty-five ncres, ex cepting 25 acres belonging to Luther Whitinore.it being on the east side, running parallel with the ori ginal line, excepting 3 lots numbered 10, 11, 12. as described in a deed from Luther Whitmore to Ga briel Crane, in the village of Oregon. W. L. COOK. She ri?. James Mchbat. Atty ftr TttT, Way lfl. 1855, tw5?2.M