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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 March 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 97 l'llonABLE DKhTKOCTIO.V OK THE PEACH Crop. In this week's Rural New Yorker, L. B. Langworthy, Esq., of Greece, has a coin municution on tnc suuject oi in? penou; through which we have lately passed, llei conjectures that o change of climate is ta-j place, which will prevent the culture, of the peach, apricot and nectarine, which supposed to be unsuited to endure !em-; perature of 15 or 20 degrees below zero. In of the eastern and northern state the is unsuited to the peach. If hr i.lea is correct, it is of great importance in this region, where the raising of peaches is o cxteuMve a branch of horticulture. Mr. writes, that nfter the extreme, cold had subsided h examined branch- h from ten diil'erent kinds ol 'peach trees, from the. etiiliefct varieties to the latest clings, and over one hundred buds found tin; germ black and dry, cud not one alive--J.om : which fact he. is persu.uled that the p ach in this region is lost, for this year at any- rule. Roch. ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 March 1855

The Barker's TrtmiTY. A Chicago pa pfer states that Green, the murderer and sui cide, while in conrersalion with a gentle man a short time before he. died, remarked. "some men believe in God ; in a Trinity of ot t:ie ailier, bon, and Holy Ghost. For my part I believe in money; gold, silver, and bank notes are the only trinity for me."' There ore many who recognize no other Trinity than " gold, silver, and bank notes," and yet affect to be devoted Christians, and " believe in God." you are afflicted with any complaint which requires a purgative medicine, try AyerVjkip pills they are worth trying. Concord Mercury, N. C. "IT We call the attention of .Merchants, Book sellers, Druggists, and others, to the advertisement f "The Cruton Manufacturing Co.," of 14 Court landt street, New York, in another eolumn. This comnanv undoubted! v stand at the head of f lie trmfo. both in quantity and variety of the goods they man ufacture and import. As they are constantly manu facturing, tl.ey keep u...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 March 1855

THE .PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. I! 399 DR. JOHN BULL'S BARSAPARILLA, TliN roedicin. nen U1 cure, aiihoul J'.ill .- Scrofula. tr King Ciiii.Ts, Kmption . of the Sl.in. Krsipili Tumors, Chronic Sore, hyes, Vivif Worm nr Tultorn. Scmld Head 'Hi- iiin.it.isni. Iiiine in thu Hones or .'oliitn. ubl Sore. mikI I'lcers, Swelling of tlu! i Hands. Syphilis. Dyspepsia. Salt lUii'iim. Id .i-i'i.f the Mdnevs. InMKiM! uriaiuir frou tlia in-.' iiI'Mcrour.l.tiy.- of Appetiie. I'ain in the Side and hlu ul.lt tk. (irii.T.i1 Pel.ility. Lumbago. Coughs. Colds, lrnp,y. .Inundi'-c, ( i.m .-IK-.K. hrouchitis. Weakness of Clit. Sir.- 'I'lirr.Ht. i'uliuotinrv afflictioni, aud all other liiMf.t-i H l-ii.tiin In produce Consumption. Liver Com plaint. 1 1 1. ml.- I ri l;ciLi?- ui Cum plain tx, Low .(.iriif. .--i.'K mi 1 ii.-rxiuts II. .1 1-achu, Niht Swftats, 1 vp -fi u r -n. or luiprtiuuiico in Life. Chronic, Cou oiii uii.unl I 'is. -i... aii.l .is a Spring and uiiiiii t Priii!.. and ilein-rul Tonic fur thu r-vr-f.-...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 March 1855

4(30 THE' tiSltRYSBURG j JOuilNALv 1 5 1 BUSINESS CARDS. II () It LEAS E For a ternt of years, a number of tracts of land, lyinsr upon the'M. & W. H. road. A ppij to M. KEY, Jr. WANTED -Art experienced potash boiler, to whom constant eniplonient will be given for several months. " M. KEY, Jr. tV)li SALE or UK N'T- A good dwelling house in this place. Apply to M. KEY, Jr. BWKI SCi N O T I C E.--The Perry sburg Bank is ivjw open a 1 1 I prepared to discount short business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, ami East ern Etching?, and transact other business in their line. Interest paid on time deposits. .1. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. 14, l$rt. 2!Uf &c. &e. C. PER11IN, S. J V.V V RRSO M. Attorney at Law, Solicitorin Chancery. Land Agent'.! Office in the court house, Perrvsnurg.u. X VNTFACTLTRER of all styles of Carriages i JL and Wagons, also, ot lialKV i'o.'t s cultivator. warranted to io aouiue me uiieiuui oi unv m ordinary cultivator. Shop on Fnmtstreet. opposite Sp.iiforJ's...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 March 1855

A Republican NewspaperSuccessor to the "Port Meigs Reveille;55 and'Penysbiirg St VOL. 2. PKRRYSBU11G, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH .17, 1855. NO. 61. The Birds of Spring. BY WASHINGTON IRVING. My quiet residence in the country, aloof from fashion, politics, ami the money mar hut, leaves uie rather at a loss for occupa tion, i.nd dines rru occasionally to the study of milium, and oMut low pursuits. Hiving f:w neighbors, also, 0:1 whom to keep a watch and exercise my habit of obser vation, I am fain to amuse myself with pry in;; into the domestic concerns and pecufiar iiis of the animals around ms ; ami, during th' present season, have d"rived considerable r iitertaiiimtnt from certain sociable little bird.-;, almost ihe. only isitors we havn during this early part of the year. Those who have passed the winter in the country, are sensibl.; to the delightful influ ences lhat accompany the earliest indica tion'? nf spring; an 1 of these, nons arc more delightful than the first not...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 March 1855

402 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1855. Publisher's Notice. At the close of volume 2, of the Perrys burg Journal, on the 24th of March, 1855, the advance system ot payment for all sub Hcriptions will be adopted, and the shape of l t- i .i me paper cnangeu to me common tolio. The 1 pages of the paper will contain 5 columns ach, 17 inches in length. The paper will le small and cheap large enough to contain i great deal of news, if well filled. There ire but few here who advertise, and but lit tle room is needed for that purpose. We often hear objections from those living away trom the village to paying more than a dol lar for a small country newspaper, when they can get a large city paper for that price. We aim to obviate that difficulty, and offer i paper at 2 cents a week, so that every man in the county can afford to take it, if he will. It shall contain as much reading matter as any other dollar country paper in the west, nd shall also be improved...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 March 1855

TUB PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 403 We perceive that Kanzas emigrant compa nies are not at all disheartened by the brutal and illegwl acts of w Missourians lust fall, in the election of delegate to congress, but companies of farmers, mechanics, &c., some ot lesser, some 1,1 (ilcnin uaic .. w wi irnil!vllHT to nush on for tlie promised lrom Massachusetts, Nw Jersey, Pennsylva nia, and! Nl'v York and Ohio. J Blade. Emigration to Kanzas. Tin Cincin nati Gazette, of Saturday, says: We. learn that a party of about two hun dred and fifty persons will embark from this city, for Kanzas, in a few weeks. They are nll"g'orl, hardy, industrious, thrifty farmers nod mechanics, some of them worth from fifteen to twenty thousand dollars each. The. company is composed of about one hun dred persons lrom Darke and r rente coun ties, thirty from Butler county, sixty from Hamilton county, Ohio, and last, though not least, about sixty good farmers from Bourbon county, Kentucky, who wish to bring up their fa...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 March 1855

Omar Pacha. Omar Pacha, commander of the Turkish army of the Danube.is descended from a Croa tian family by the name of Lattas. He Was bom in the year 1811, in Plaskey, a town in Croatia, where his father, an Austrian offi- cer, was stationed. After having completed course at the military school of Thrum, he entered the Austrian army as cadet, but fiot into difficulties and had to leave in 1833 for Turkey. Thrown entirely upon his own resources in a foreign country, Lattas, poor wu luicmcu, u b nut uceepieu a piace as private tutor of the sons of a Turkish mer chant, and afterwards embraced Mohamme danism. He proceeded to Constantinople and obtained a position as teacher in a mili tary school ; distinguished himself, and was appointed instructor of the Prince Abd-el-Medshid, with the rank of captain in the Turkish army. On the 1st of July, 1829, Sultan Mahmoud died and left the throne shaken to its base by civil commotions, in consequence of un popular reforms and a war with Mehemed...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 March 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL: iV The Cuban Correspondence. The cor respondence between Marry anil Soule on tin! Cuban difficulties, und u full report of the OslenJ conference by Soule, Buchanan binl Mason, appear in the New York papers of the 6th inst. The correspondence ex tendrf from the 23d of July, 1803, to the time of tin: Ostend conference in October, lbOl. Marry urges the purchase of Cuba at i uy price, which can ba agreed upon, nol ixcecding 8120,000.000. The report of the Ostein! conference, if.n ed by Bachanun, Soule and Mason, recom mends open and frank negotiations withj Spain, and sets forth the various reasons! .i 1 l r rt i l 111 11..! wiiy int iiano ci iuua nouni ue som 10 ihe. United States. We copy a paragraph from an abstract of this document : 'The report then goes on to consider what action will become neccssiry in tin: event "f Spain rcfuf-ing to sell, and derides that Cuba in tiki possession of Spain, too seriois ly endangers our internal pence and I he ex-i-dTncc o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 March 1855

406 Cor.. Benton's Loss. The Washington Globe, speaking of the fire which destroyed Col. Benton's house, says : "We osked Col. Benton if his house was insured, and he replied as follows : No it was not insured ; but 1 care nothing about mat; insurance could not have saved all that I considered valuable the bed on which ray wife died, on which I slept : her clothes. which were in a trunk setting at the head of it ; the articles which she prized most around it the last things I saw at night, and the nrst in Hie morning and the papers in the nJjoining room, many of which cannot be supplied. Bat what I shall most feel more than 1 ikjw do--vill be the loss of the memorials of my wife, whose body, still above ground, it will hi my first care to remove to St. Louis when released from Congress, to ba buried in lhe place in which I had collected the remains of my dead my mother, chil dren, grandchildren, sister to take the place by their side, which she and I had marked out for ourselves." G...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 March 1855

THE PERRYSBUUG JOURNAL. 407 DR. JOHN BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. Yhl tuojlrlm-. wtito uiwd according to directions, wUl curt, without full: I'rrofula, cr Kin K t A' II, Ctii!r, Krupliom of th JSlvla. hryftiprlit Tumor. Clirouio .uor K.yes, Mug Worm or lVttT. Srtl'i Head, Vli'Mimxtixm. I'aiim In the ilouex or Joints, OU Sort- and fleer, Cnnlling of llm liUmln. Syphilid. l)vpi-p.ia. It Khauin. riM-as'M.f th KidiifVK. liici-aKi-a arising fron th irorMrrrur.liKaor ppftii, I'ain In the SiUe.md Siivuliler. Oi-iirnl lability, Lumbago. Coughs, CoMs, no()M, .laiinilirc. Ou-ilvi'ticM. llriiiu'hStls, VVeaknuM of Sorf Throat. Pulmonary nttll,tlous,M)dall other I'.Hn. n tiMi liiiL' to prlnri-C numptiun. Liver Com ,i.tiiiU. Friualx ln- ulMritionml Complaint, Io vr (iriw. H -k anil uvrwiim lleJ-nri, Mj;ht Sweat, llP'n-ur. or Imprudence in Lift, Chronio Coo mitulionnl I'isn'iiM-K, and in a Spring and iuiuirr lrlnk. aud (!'iipr:tl Tonic for the fcr(nn. and a (irittlu and I'U-aaant "rurifniin1, ii i up rinr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 March 1855

408 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL: 1 1 ri t BUSINESS CARDS. T VXKI.V NO rWE.-ThePerrysburg Jiank .IJ u now op .in ant prepared to discount short b-j'(!i34.4 paper, bay and soil (Jul J, Silvor, and East ern Etchinga. an 1 trail '.act other business in their hu.i. Iit3rest p:nd on tuna deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. 11, 135L 2:Uf S. JEFFERSON, A ttorney at Law, Solicitorin Chancery, Land Agent &c. fie. OlHce in the court house, Verrysburg, O. "T TTASIIINGTON UNION INSURANCE VV Company; Capital $300,000. J). B. Dcmiam, Pres't. (ii-.OHOi: Mygatt, Treas. IIknky II. Doner:, Agent for "Wood countv. Mi C. PERltIN, 1NUFACTUREU of all stylos of Carriages and Wagm i. also, of B ill & "Post's Cultivator, warranted to do double the annant of work of any ordinary cultivator. Shop on Frontstreet. opposite Spaitord's Hotel, Perrysburg, Ohio. -J ItfJ jTw7ku7ls & sons, Manufacturers of all kinds of paper and Blank Books. Springfield, Ohio. r. c. holt, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Miscel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 March 1855

THE PERMSBURG-OTFAE A Republican Newspaper -Successor to the "Fort Meigs Reveille5 and " Perrysbiirg Star,?! VOiL. 2. . rERllYSBUUG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1855. NO, 52, A Scrap of History. A witness in the case of Mrs. Guines, which is now or was recently on trial at N, w Orleans, gives lie lo low ing relation o, f M r Oai.u-s. disclosiiisi at tlu same lira- sum- very curious facts r pertaining to the rnrlv history of Louisiana. Th- age' and in- . . . . . i teMui-nce ol I .i witiK'SS imparl io ins siory lnlJ. i,a,rest : .......f, ita,rest -Mv nam.- is Joseph Deville T.-goutin n-llreha-e I was birn in Loui.-iana in 1 TBi) f continued in Louisiana under th, AllK'i U tU LOVi 111111. m: h,l,l various civil and . :t:. i ....;,.w...i .,f'.hn ;.. I.qi4 on 1 I ive ev i v.nco lived or. my plantation, Mt,'i 'L '.. r;,v.nmt colonel in the Spanish .,,, MviMlimnrv with Clark comin-. need ,n,.. ,, rn !of thlapt century, and bfied till hiod -at!) Wo had relations of friend-j i.nd ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 March 1855

410 THE: PEItltYSBURG JOURNAL. X ,i .v. ? i i PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1855. ' Publisher's Notice. At the close of volume 2, of the Ferrys burg Journal, on the 21th of March, 1855, the advance system of payment for all sub scriptions will be adopted, and the shape of the paper changed to the common folio. The 4 pages of the paper will contain 5 columns each, 17 inches in length. the paper will m 11 it i . . art but few here who advertise and ht lit' tie room is needed for that purpose. Wei often hear objections from those living away ''I6 y'lla$Q t0 Pa;" nore than a dol- iji iu a siumi country-newspaper, wnen; they can get a large city paper for that price. aim to obviate that difficulty, and offer a paper at 2 cents a week, so that every man' in ine county canatlord to take it, xfhcwill., It shall contain as much reading matter as' any other dollar country paper in the west, ami suau aiso De improved as fast as its nitrnnatrp will inctifv ' "u""o Jr. JUSlliy. Tebm. 1...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 March 1855

THE sPERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 411 New Vouk, March 19. the Cuhawbaar-1 rived this morning with Havana dates to the 11. The cases of Pinlo, Cadalzo and Pinelo, had been concluded by the military by sentence of death to all, thus trans- centling the decision of Fiscal, which death to Pinto, ten years imprisonment to; Juan Cudulao, and banishment to Pinclo. Tim consuls of foreign nations called on the captain g-n.rul to induce him to clemency, b,,t w,r. reiusedad.rnss.on. lhe execution of Pmto was shortly expected. Havana quiet. Business improving.. The ami the British war steamer Buz-! mil at Havana. .1 The Northern Light arrived off Sandy Hook Inst evening, and reached her dock a little after 10 this morning. She brings San Francisco dates to iho 2tiih, brought down ... . , hv the Uncle Sam, and brings 262 passengers, .:.ia.M,nnn r.'i.j : . JT- sis enureiy pros- 5ion of five bank-, Page & Bacons iscn nn t in 17th inul ii)2,000. Gold business is entirely pros- trate, caused by tlie susp...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 March 1855

412 THE PERItYSBUItG JOURNAL. The Clair Flats and St. Mary's River. . "When we congratulated our readers upon the passage through the senate and house re flectively, of the bili appropriating $45,000 t'.iv l1ir imnmvpmnt nt' thi St. f',l:i!r fl;i( .-.nil 10,000 for tin improvement of the St. ,..m, ,r.. " Mary s river, we find no conception that there vas any more danger oi me miscarriage the bill in the hands of the President, than! lhat the world would come to an end within a week; and when we sav that we are deep-i1'"0 ly disappointed and modified that the bill iier.ti-riPil in n hani a wr vor v fn in tl v express the unanimous public sentiment, and! but poorly rcllect tlu ieelingsot every inend ; poorly of the administration here. M"c assure the administra iiizton and in doi"r so wc in vlainly, as we do truly that of the ?wrth-wcst not onhi cannot n;t sustain the policy which ha . .-.v-n.n-s-.n tinti o hit t 1!) TmiLfl i.flt 9 1 "I" HH ' - J no yi Mtut.ni uuiuii. uin giuiinu, lio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 March 1855

TlIE.PERItYSBUIlG JOURNAL; US iJtTiiotT via Toledo t Dayton, to Cin cinnati. -While Toledo i.: stretching out its arms to Detroit, Dayton is laying hold on Toledo. The Dayton and Michigan road, with Toledo for ilsr northern terminus, is nearly . prepared lor the rails, as we leHrn, nlong the whole line between Toledo and Sid ney ; while, between the Utter place and Troy, the grading is progressing with as much rapidity as the means of company will veniiit, sufficiently fast, we are, usuivd, to j : ; i Ty us in anticipating its completion by i!.e first of August, even without additional f..r:-. T!-is long line of road, when completed, will not yield to any other in commercial importance. It will be the medium of ex change between the (Ve-en lty f tn'2 west ind i lie immense lumber region's that gird the shores of luk Michigan and lake. Huron. It will also b- in the shortest and most di rect route from Louhiana, Mis.-i.;.-ippi, Ala bama and (i.-orgia, to Michilimackauark and iu iS.iul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 March 1855

THE ! EERRYSBURG JOURNAL, Mi r Gen. ScotVs brevet rank of lieutenant general does not create a vacancy in the place he formerly held. Ite is still major general, commander-in-chief. Next to him On the army roll Is Gen. Wool, who has the actual rauk of brigadier and brevet rank of major general. Next to him is General Twiggs, whohas the same, titles, though his commission is of a later date. A bill for thn protection of hotel keepers is before the Pennsylvania legislature. It provides that guests at hotels shall deliver their money, goods, jewelry, and other valu ables, into the actual custody of the pronri etor or his proper agent, and on leaving their rooms are to deposit their keys at the office. to hold the proprietor liable for money or clothing stolen. It further declares tha persons becoming guests at hotels, without means to pay their bills, accruing for any time not longer than a week, and not giving notice ot any such inability, are vagrants, and as such shall be subject to...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 March 1855

THE PERItYSBUUG. JOURNAL. 415 DR. JOHN BULL'S SARSA PA RILLA. 11iti tiivilti-Iiie. when used arcordibg to dlrRtiOM ill cure, without foil: Scrofula, i?r KItiK I1U, Cnhrersj Kruptlons . of the Skin. Krynipida Tumors, Chronic Sore r.y, Hlii Worm or Trttnrs. ShtUiI Head', Vhiirtiti!-lu. 1'alui in tho Konss of Joint. t U S'.ri' and VIcr Swplling of tlie .il.mds. trdiiltM. I)yp!pMa, fait KheunJ, 1 1. the kldnityx. lnreayt-R arising fron the uwof liT-ir,v,l.i'!.s of Appetite, I'.iiii in the Side and Slmullirs. th'iivral li.-Ulity, Lumbago. Coughs, Colds, limp.y. .I.niivli.'i-. (Viflf.ivoinlm. Uronchltis, Weakness of Cti't. F! Tlir.ttt. I'lilnionnry ahVk'tlons.andall other I !. s (en. ling t prn.lm-i-Consumption. I.iver Com (Itiiilk. rVinalt! IrnviilaritiHx and Complaint, Low spirits. S,-k and nervous llrad-a.-lio, Niht Sweats, r..p. snr-s. or I mpriidi-ucu in l.ifi Chronic Con f( i'. ui ioiuil aud ax a spring and riiiaui-r Drink, and ieiu-ral Tonic fur tha ."-t;in. ninl n fipntlii and i'l...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 March 1855

1IG BtTSiNfiSS CARDS. BACKING NOTICE.-The Pertysburg Bank is now opan and prepared to discount short business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and East ern Exclnnga. and transact other business in their line. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. 14, 1354,--2fltf S. JEFFERSON, Attorney at Law, Solicitorin Chancery, Land Agent'. &c. Sic. Office in the court house, Perrysburg, O. ASIHNGTON UNION YURANCE Company; Capital 300,000. D. B. Dunham, Pres't. Geouoe Myoatt, Trcas. Henry II. Dodoe, Agent for Wood county. C. PERRIN, 1 -4VlTIMf'Tt!l(Pl oil rF ffifMrrnt II I tLl U L X U 1. lil. ' ' 1 nil .11, , 1 1 , .7 ' h V 1" ' , 1 1 VI . . . - 1 1 . . n . , . . r xi x. ana w, warranted to do ordinary cultivator. Shop on Front street, opposite Spatford's Hotel, Perrysburg, Ohio. -'ltfj J. W. KILLS & SONS, aons. also, of Ball & Post's Cultivator, i o do double the amount of work of any j Manufacturers of all kinds of Taper and Blank i Hooks. Springfield, Ohio. ...

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