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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.
39 BUSINESS CARDS. Interest paid on time deposit.-. BA VKI1VG NOTICE.--TheViryArjr Haiti is now open and prepared to discount short business nancf. buy ami sell Gold, Silver, mid East- urn Exchange, and transact other business in their line J. S Oct. lM&l"20tf WASHINGTON UNION INSURANCE "(Company; Capital $:)00,OO0. D. B. Dunham", Pres't. C r.o n i k M v i; at r, Treas. Henry II. Dunur., Agent for Wood county." CLEVELAND MUTUAL INSURANCE Company Capital $200,000. Risks taken on rea sonable terms, in the above responsible eompftuios, by II. 11. DODGE, Insurance Agent. C. FERR1N7 MANUFACTURER of all styles of Carriages and Wagons, also, of Ball& Port's Cultivator, warranted to do double the amount of work of any ordinary cultivator. Shop on Frontstreet, opposite Spatford's Hotel. Perrysburg. Ohio. -'Iff i. a HOLT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Miscellaneous, School, Theological, Gift ijr Toy BOOKS, Harper's and Putnam's - Monthlies, plain and fancy Stationery, Wrapping) and Wall Taper, Gold Pens, &c, &e.f j Maumee City, Ohio. j I'crrysbiii'K', Maumee & Toledo. ) Tho Packet Sloop Sivcepcr, Mi'Coi.lky, master, will ply between the j above ports the enduing season, For! freight apply on board, or to li. I . IIoi.i.istf.h & Co., rerrysourg. i mh.'Jltf IIoi.listku & Coi.TOX, Toledo. I An Excellent Fnrin for Sale 120 Acres. A HARE CHANCE for the purchase of a well j improved farm is now ottered. This farm lies I'l miles northwest of Rowling Green, in Plain tp., j and ia composed of SO acres of prairie land, under! pood cultivation, and 40 acres or 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 ronds and con-j venient to schools and churches. For further par ticulars impure of the subscriber on the premises. I April 7. 1855.tf JABF.Z RUSSF.LL. i S. JEFFKRSON, Attorney at Law, Solicitoriu Chancery, Land Agent, j &c. &.c. Ollice in the court house, Perrysburg, O. j jVwnviLLs'&soNsT i Manufacturers of all kinds of Paper and Blank Books. Springfield, Ohio. ! IVrrysImrj? Prices Current. j Wheat, $2.00(2.00; Flour, $10.00,vil0.00 ; Rye,! 50C75 ; Corn, 67(rf70 ; Oats, a7j45 ; Flaxseed, 87 j (fjI'l.OO; Timothy, $ 18.104.22.168 "0 ; Clover, 5.)i)(,(j 5.50; Potatoes. 75(0-,; 1 ; Apples, green, 50,7: 1.00 ; dried, $1.25 V?1.50 ; Peuches, dried, $1.0o'i,l 25;' Ilcaus, $1.25(1.50; Butter, 12(;(1S ; Eggs. 8((10 ; ; Beeswax, 22t o ; Feathers, :!lw4 1 ; Fresh Pork, ! rf!i ; Mess do., $15.00(0-15.00; Prime, --$8.00;; Hams, 8r(10 ; Shoulders, b'dfrt; Stiles, )((( ; Fish, j pickerel," $(i.00,v(7.00; white bass, j.V0(rfi.rtO : Shingles, white wood, $1.00; pine, $:3.50(4.oO ; Lumber, common, $ S.i.io..(10.00 ; pine, $12.00(1 : 15.00; do. dressed, $ 1.im 20.00 ; Staves, flour! barrel, $3.50(r:j.7.' ; tight barrel, 5.6(VM!.O0 ; I Hides, green, 4(5; dry, 8((0; Tallow. W.12: . I.ard, 8(10; Wool, 25,'((:50 ; Hay, $,s.uii('.nu.(i" ; Wood. $ 1 .25( 1 .50 ; Onions, 50w 75 ; Hogs, 4fr'r.4J. NOTICE. Dr. S. M. Biii eh having removed from Gilead, Wood county, Ohio, has appoin - cd me an his agent, to settle up his Outstanding iv -eounts and col'eot his nofc-t. All persons having unsettled accounts with him. or indebted to him by note, are therefore requested to pall at my residence in Gilead and settle soon, and thus save trouble if not costs. ALEX AN I) Ull RllOWN, Jr. June 10, 1855. 5w3 O HE RIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an order of O sale to me directed and delivered from the court of' common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, I will of fer for salo at the HoUistcr Dock in Perrysburg, on Wednesday, the 27th inst., between the hours of 10 and 4 of said day, a lot of black walnut and white wood lumber, now lying on the wharf in said town, the same having been taken in attachment, at the suit of Charles Powers, as the property of Dimon 9i Co. W. L. COOK, Sheriff. Murray & Dodge, Attys. Juno 16, 1855. 5v2$l PROBATE NOTICE. Erastus Ranger, admin istrator of the estate of Richard Phelps, de ceased, has filed his accounts for final settlement. Said accounts will be heard and examined on the 10th day of July next. JOHN A. KELLEY, June 16, 183 ''.-- DwJ Probate Judc. DODGE'S SPUING BEDSTEADS, Springfield, Ohio, & 17 East Fourth-st., Cincinnati, II OClv ROSE, an invaluable remedy for all dis eases of the Liver, Scrof ulous and Bilious com plaints, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Cutaneous Erup-j tions, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Coughs, Headache. and Nursing Sore i Mouth, Rheumatic and wroncinai AuectioiiH, nnu uencrui jyuuuuy. ua It acts with wonderful efficiency in purifying the blood. giving tone and elasticity to the system, thereby inspiring energy arid power to throw off those nu merous diseases incident to this climate. In quart bottles, at $1 each. 2tf ' PECK &JIAMILTON. BOOKS I HOOKS J I ivilTsuppYv aU persons who may wish to purchase any of the miscella neous books of American or Kngtishpublittliers, at 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 Rev. J. H. Newton. J. W. CHESTER. Perrysburg, April 11, 1855. m.'l Kare Chaiic to MaKe Money. AGENTS WANTED. rpio School Teachers and others To canvass for X new, popularand' saleable subscription Books,. Young men of enterprise, desirous of visiting dif ferent parts of the county or state, as well as those wishing business, will find this both pleasant and profitably. For further information, call on sue at G. & J. Powers', or address by mail. .1NO. W. CHESTER, rerrysburg. Wood co., ()., April 14 mtf QCIIOOIi EXAMINERS. The Board will O meet at the court house in Perrysburg, at U o'clock A. M., on the second Tuesday of every month, for the examination of Teachers, until fur ther notice. J. 11. NEWTON, Clerk. Feb. 21. 1855-4Stf DH. NYE & CO. have removed their stock f . Goods, saved from the late fire, into Treihcell's Block, corner of Hiimmit $ Adams-sts., where they would be happy to see their old friends. Ever grateful for the kindness and friendly feeling extended to them in time of distress, as well as pros perity, they would be happy to see all, and will of fer tlielr stock of books at a reduced price. Toledo, Feb., 1855. D. II. NYE & CO. 13 W. PIPER. Book Binder and Blank Book -L . Manufacturer, over Speed's Telegraph Office, Toledo, Ohio. All blank books paged, when re quired, without extra charge. June '.), 1855. Bradncr & Co. vs. .1 (dm McCrorv, Isaac Whitacrc et nl. O HER IFF 'S SALE. By virtue of an alias cxe- cution to me directed ana delivered troiu tne court of common picas of Wood county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the court house in Perrysburg, on Saturday, June 2nd, 1 855, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock v. M. of said day, the following property : The west half of lirt ,rifli ivnGt fva ft 1 . t nimvt.,. nf cantlnvi ." i five (5) in township No. three, of ranee No. tdevtn.l m'.lnW,,,,,! mnntv fii,i r.,ti.; ; ,1(r 7 n.-ro taken as the property of Isaac Whilacre at the suit of Uradner & Co. Ja.mks MrititAY W Sol. L. COOK, Sheriff. May 19, 1855 1 w5$2.12 N OTICE. The annual election of direct is of the Perrvshni 'i- X: l'iiwll.iv Plank Rnnrl Com- pany will be held in Portage, on the 29th day of June, 1855, at 1 o'clock p. m. Also, a nieetinr of: the board on the same day, at 10 o'clock a. m. By order of the board." S. JOHNSON, Sec. June 16,1855. 5w2 WOOD COUNTY AGR1CFLTVRAL SO- The Board of said Society v ill meet at Bowling Green, the 2"d day of June. A.D.. 1855, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day. to affix the List. A full attendance of members s solicited. S. W. ST. JOHN, President June 16, 1855. of said Society. ; J Shibnah Spink, Plaintiff", The Court of Common vs. rieiis ot ood t ountv. Enos Stone, Defendant. ) Ohio. Order to Kevive Judgment. rpilE said Enos Stone will take notice that Shib- J. nah Spink has filed iu the above court an order to revive a certain judgment obtained by Ohauucv I). Woodruff against Enos Stone, December 2Sth, 1S38, before E. Huntington, Esq., a justice of the peace of Perrysburg township, AVood county, Ohio, for the sum of ninety 40-100 dollars and costs, which judgment was afterwards assigned to Shibnah Spink and made a ludirment m wood t ommon j jeas that the same' is dormant and unsatisfied ; and unless he show good cause why said order of revivor should not be made bv July 21 . 1855. on the first day of the ncxt term of said court thereafter, the said order of revivor will be made absolute. MURRAY & DODGE, Att'v of Spink. Mav 19. 1S55.--1w6.43 Saddle and Harness 3I:i.kii!pr. J ESSE WILLIAMS buying returned tl.t 1 miners of Saddle and Harness making, at his ship n Front street, above Peck's stole, is now prepared to execute all orders in his line at short in tiie ar.d en He will generally hee p on hands gUL.,, artk.cg ns ,l!ny bo ,.(llled f r, , the hi st qual Canker it . of materials, and well made, which he will sell . ,,)fr reudv neiairinif rromi tlv done .1 . I.--. i. . . . i ... , Ail Kiuos oi prouuee laKen at tne lnaraei vajue. Give him a call. dec HS-38 ,,ie l'1', in the office f the clerk of the court " commo.i pieas iu saia wooucouiuy. asking ItV U. A. CROJS, Would most resjiectfully invite the titijens of Maumee City,. Perrysburg, nterville, and vi cinity, to call and examine, before urchosii g el5-whei-c, his FRESH SUPPLY OF NEW JEWEL RY, just received from Boston the best ass ortiv.ei I ever brought into this market consisting ot Ladieh' and Gents' Fine Gold Breast Pins; Gents Dic mond Scarf Pins; Gents' Diamond Rins: Ladies' superior Cuff Pins; Ladies' Ruby, Emerald, Pearl and Garnet Rings; Fine Gold Lot kets ; Ear-ring: of all kinds and qualities; beautiful Aha Com! Bracelets; fine Gold Bracelets i'th settings; La dies' Gold- Chains, (new style); Sili'er and Gold Pencils ; Cornelian Rings ; 'Watches, Clocks, Gold and Silver Watch Keys,. trgetTicr with a general assortment of every variety of goods in his line. Cash buyers will find this a very desirable slock, and I would also say that 1 can and will sell jevt elry ten per Gent, cheaper than Toledo merchants. Maamee City, Oct. 17. li . A . C ROSS. Wood Common Plenf, July Teim, 1855. Peter Sigler r. Fanny Fox, Andrew J. l'o, Levi Fox, Maryann Fox, William Fox, Satah M. Fox, and Samuel Mowry. THE non-residsMit? defendants arc herein notified that the plaintiff, Peter Sigler, on the 2Cth at April, 1855, filed in said court his petition against them, setting forth, among other things, that on the lOth of Sept., 185.1, plaintiff for a valual Je consid eration then paid, became the purchasi r of the south east quarter of the north west quarter of section twenty, in town three north, tf range eleven east, from cine William Fox, now deceased ; that the said William Fox, and Fanny Fox, one of defendants and wife of the said Willium, undertook to convey said laud by warrantee deed, but by mistake describ ed it as the north west quarter of the south cast quarter of said section ; and that before said mistake was discovered, he, William, deceased, leaving An drew J., Levi, Maryann, William, and Sarah M., minor heirs at law. The praver of said petition is, that said error be corrected, and unless defendants appear and answer or demur to said petition on or before the first day of nextteim. it will be taken as true and an order had thereon accordingly. PETER SIGLER, bv S. Jefkkkfox, May 10, 1855. lw(i4 " HisAtty. Jacob Scheiber and Kieholas"l Mdrks, Plaintiffs, j; Court of against. Fleas- Dominich Bensfehlt and Solo- I' mon W. Shepard, defendants, j DEFENDANTS are hereby notified that, cn the Kith day of Mav,-1853, a petititn was tiled by County, Common Wood Ohio. the foreclosure fit a certain mortgage executed by the said Dominich BenstVldt to plaintiffs, on or about the Kith day t July, A. I). 185;$, tor the following described lands, to wit: The east half of the north ; west quarter of section number nine, in township number tout north, ot range manlier nine east, and i asking judgment for the sum i t two hundred and j fifty dollais. with interest on the same from the 9th dil' "f March, A. D. 1854, and for thirty-nine dollars j "nd seventy-two cents, with interest on the same i from the 8th d;,y of January, A. D. 85!5,aud asking ; that the same maybe declared n lien u the said i lands and tenements, and that the saineniav be sold j to pay the same. Defendants are notified that un CIKTY. j less tliey answer the said petition by the 14th day of July, A.D. 1855. it will be taken as confessed ' against them, and judgment rendered thereon ac Premium cordinglv. REID, STEM & JOHNSON, i May 10. 855. 1 w(i$ 4.25 Attys for Ptffs. ' TV-7:. v 77, TT. ; ; ; Leonard v hitniore, use, .ve. vs. Charles . Jeuisoii j j O eeation to me directed and delivered, fr m th j court ot common picas ot wood county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at. the door of the court house in ! Perrysburg on Saturday, June 2:Jd. 1855. between - the hours oi 10 o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock r. M. of itJUiiit, I nr: iiijii n iiil; mji-icji, . J lit, I II lift I IMiOl et a I. QHERIFF'S SALE. Bv vhiue of a writ of tx- vided one-fourth part of river tract No. (!-'5) eighty five, of the I'nitcd States Reserve of 12 miles square at the foot of the rapids of the Miami of Lake Erie, containing one hundred and thirty-five acres, ex cepting 2o acres belonging to Luther Whitniore. it i being on the east side, running parallel with the ori S111 ime excepting o jots numbered W, 11, 12. as described in a deed trom Luther W hitniore to Ga- briel Crane, m tiic village of Oregon. W. L. COOK, Shi riff. Jamt.s Mi-krat. Atly for Ptff, MatlD, 1S55. lw;-2.?fi