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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 29 September 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 157 Capture of Sevastopol. Nkw Yo!K.Sept.2?. The steamship -i(Va.) intou, liuiii Southampton, arrived. at 3 j o'clock ilits v. m., bringing daks to the 1 3tli i.i.-t. I Vi tin Liverpool iid London. G.ni Mill Simpson ill u di?tcli 'dated Se- vtistiijxil, S-pt. '.), s.iys : Sevastopol is in the; binds nf the Allies The enemy evacuated simmIi sid of il, xploding magazines, setting1 lire to )(, town, uud burning all ships ot'j war except three steamers. Bridge cominu- with iho north side wts ibst rcyed. A (li.-p.iicli to the Fii iuli Minislcrof War, : Kiir.iln lut ga and south side, of Sevas- uijiul no longer exi.-t. The enemy percerv-'. nig our sol i' i occupation, tvacmuen uie after blowing up nearly all the defen- es. The chief honors of t lie day are due to i neiii's liosipiet end MucMahcr. Dispatch from Varna says, MalakofT ond'0f Hi-den bitteries of Careening bay were car- ii d by storm. On seeing the French eagles i niiitig on Malaknff, Gen. DiSalles made ...

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. — 29 September 1855

158 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. The great auctioneer of modern times was llobina of London. He was orator, poet, wit, buffoon, punster and auctioneer, all in one, dined with Bryon, and all that. On one occasion when selling an estate, he was a little afraid he had " set it up rather steep," so he qualified hia enlhsiasm thus: "But there are two drawbacks to the property," lie. sighed, " the litter of the rose-leaves and the noise of the nightingales. " John Mitchel, the Irish exile, is said to be busily engaged in farming in Tennessee. He holds no slaves. O. P. R. James, Esq., with his family, is now at Menasha, Wisconsin, at tin; residence of his son, Walter Janns, Esq. Mr.Ja.mes. Sjii., owns a fine estate in tha vicinity of that place. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! Flit MILLER & CO. iire now receiving, direct from the eastern cities, their stock of FALL & WINTER GOODS, to yhioh they respectfully invite the attention of Tiieir Friends and Customers. Their stock consists of DRY GOODS, G...

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. — 29 September 1855

159 JHLSLVMSS CARDS. T .: I V 1 1 G JO I' UNA L is published S ir..r I, iv. b' S. (!i.ai(K, lit 1 per year, , I.J.'i in trade ; $.Jo cash in (i ii! P 1 111 t iv 11 nr in i:im. in- .f I.) ;ir the end ot the y ear. Those 111 ii-i will 'in i-:n :it the rate of .41. Ai for tlie vs. i- 4 ru-M 11. I'd tliev piv 1111, when t 1 t 111 ).; ,1 t!i-j reduced price. in i v lictoiied at any time by paying up ii.v they can get r l HM'.- HU-(1VU Hf . VI CIH. TUeWrysburg lank is .1 1 v .i .;i ;in I tuv pared to discount short ' ii-.i.M-i ;m,iji', !uy iiiid ji-;!1 Gold, Silver, and East er 1 K f 1 1 1 ? . r.r.iu met otli:r business in their )'. iv. 1 if sratt paid 0:1 time deposit. .1. S. NORTON, Cashier. ( ) :t. 11. I ")(. JDtf J StllNGTON I'MON IXSrilANCE! C.i!!ii.iiiy : Capital 300,000. 1). 15. Di Nii vM, Prest. (iKimcK Mvwatt, Treas. U'-.miv II. I i 1 j k . Ajrent for Wood county. C1,::VGLAM MVTUAIi IXSURANCK C n'li j 11 11 y ' ;,iiital $ 'JIM 1.1 ion. Bisks taken 011 rea Miti ililu t.M'iii-i, in...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 29 September 1855

100 THW MBRRYSBURG JOURNAL. REMOVAL. BROWN & HUNT hare remo ved their Stove awl Tin Establishment to their Ne'vv Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we ;iiv offering a wall selected a-sortment of COOK. U ALL, BOXSr PARLOR 8 TO VES, in great varietie.-t. OurStovej are of Albany man ur':tctiire, an 1 inferior to none, riain and Japaued Tin Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Trimmings, At Wholesale and Retail. .1 ! work and Repairing done on short notice. Or der from abc-ond will meet with prompt attention. .Ian. 1, 1355. BROWN & HUNT. Dlt. JOIIX BULL.' S O M IS T HING NEW AND VALUABLE. The most powerful King on the face of the globe now . ti ;ns supreme in the American Republic. The power if tbt; crowned heads of Europe sink into insignificance v. hen compared to our American King. European kinfts employ the power vested in them to Increase the riches of the rich and lordly, and to reduce To .rreater misery and degradation, the poor and depend ent . Our Auicricau King goes forth w...

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. — 6 October 1855

THE PERRYSBUM JOURNAL. vol. nr. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1855. NO. 21. For the Perrysburg Journal. To the Voters of Wood County. are on vote a person represent you vour in the Stme Legislature. Two persons are presented for your votes: one is John Bateb, the o t In-1 is Erasmus D. Tkck. Who is John Bates, and what are his principles? He is the candidate of the pro-sluvery party of that faction who, despite the solemn pro test of ati outraged and indignant people, repealed the Missouri compromise, and thus gave full license to slave rule and the spread of slave power of a faction who bow down in abject submission lo the dictates of the south of that faction whose chief removed Gov. Reeder because he would not obey the. instructions of the so-called Kansas legisla ture, elected by fraud and sustained by mob law, brute force, and Missouri slaveocracy, i.ikI who installed Wilson Shannon into the 6ame office for the reason, as he himself de clares, that he is in favor of sl...

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. — 6 October 1855

162 TAXES FOR 1855. Notice to the Tax Payers of Wood Comity, O. IN pursuance of law, I, Shibnah Spink, Treasurer of Wood county, Ohio, do hereby notify the tax-payers thereof, that the rate of taxation for. the year 1855 is correctly stated in the following table, showing the number of cents levied on every hundred dol lars of taxable property in -each of the townships and incorporated towns of said county ; and that for the purpose of receiving taxes, I will sit in each of the several townships, between the hours of 8 o'clock A.M. and 5 o'clock P. M., at the times and places named below: Hates of Tax- Kates lev'd Kates assessed by Town, Township & Sub-District Authorities. es levied by by County Gen'lAssem. Authorit's. Sub-dist. school house ns'ints. Names of Towns and Townships. Car. of Per'g 06 Perrysb g Tp Middleton, Portage, Perry, Montgomery, I' reeuom, Troy, Liberty, Center, Bloom, Plain, Milton, Henry, Washington, Jackson, Lake, Webster, c. 15 01 do do do do do do do do ...

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. — 6 October 1855

tab TUB PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 163 NOTICE is uldo h. reby y given, that the total amount of Taxes assessed in each Township, under the respective levies for each of the ich taxes are collected in Eaid County, is set fotth in the following . X ftrioiiti purposes fur wh ABSTRACT. H o S 3 a S J2 ft s ' a 3 bo p --51 3 I a? g-g- I S g S" d3d3 5 - -a - HP jo a 2 Eg'F S-? o 2 ? 5 S.S0S ST SECSC! r- " c - - r- 5 o , is o-o ' r 01 r g o s c o 2 'p US 09 r '.1 H p ?s " ' " i- "77 tO C tO CO tO f . Ji. t3 X tO tO O CD O C -J ff5 -1 C C O O 1 ' O CO o C IO J O: ti CO OS W CO ' -1 w -i o woo r... -1 -1 o roori CD tO OS tO O 1 . 0 c.1 cn --j os r tO i C CO -i o o CO w C5 IO 35 ? y " "ci" O -1 .1 c '0 ii CO O - 0 ' OS O ' 4- Id ' os o - j to os P w co o o -1 cr -1 co ' "" "" 5. .G rs ts tO oL c to C o -1 to ' CD to p - ? CO tO 1 jto ps t ' c: co c j co o w 1:1 w ri o c t ro xo H i o - 10 to o e S s 0 c w O) o y i.. -.1 ri m i i fcl CD f .( r , tin i: J SSCOJOtCtl'rf-CD-JW-t'-CfiCOCO'OCI'tcP i' to (O...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 6 October 1855

164 THE :PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. Mass Meeting. The republican meeting at the court house iti Perrysburg on Wednesday evening last, was all that could have been asked or expect ed. J. S. Norton presided. The house was well filled, and the speaking was able and convincing, frequently eloquent. Mr. Kim ball spoke first, and made a thorough expo sition of the wickedness of the Kansas busi ness and the Pierce administration. He is a plain, 6traight-forward speaker, establish ing hie points forcibly and thoroughly. He left the democratic party because he could not support slavery, as that party does in all its national platforms and as a national par ty. He was followed by Mr. Chase, in one of the best and most eloquent political speech es we have heard for years. His intimate knowledge of the men and measures of the state and nation, and his unswerving oppo sition to the strides of the slave power, give him command of the subject, and the many active years he has devoted to i...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 6 October 1855

165 FROM WAR—BY THE AMERICA. The. news by the America adds but little to tin details of the (all of Sevastopol as brought bv the Washington. All these de tails are, however, entirely confirmed. The following, however, is subsequent to the sail ing of the Washington : Dispatch from Gen. Simpson. Crimf.a. 10 11 P. M. 1 inspected, lo-day, Sevastopol and its lines of defense. The mind cannot form an exact picture of our victory the full extent of it can only be understood by an examination of the place itself. The multiplicity of works of defense, Hitd the. material means applied thereto, ex ceed by far anything seen in the history of the war. Lite capture of the Malakoll has . a f . I alt placed in lite liumls ot ine Allies a large amount or material and immense establish merits, the importance of which it is not possible to stale exactly, lo-morrow the al lied troops will occupy the Karabelnaya and ills town, and under their protection an An-ulo-French commission will be occupied with...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 6 October 1855

1G6 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. A Lumberman. The greatest lumberman in America is William Price of Quebec. He has erected a wharf at River La Loupe, 120 miles below Quebec, at a cost of $120,000, to accommodate hi3 lumber business. He is the most extensive dealer in North Amer ica; has 30 saws running not far from that place 40 at St. John's Bay ; 21 in constant operation at Ha-lla Bay; at the Saugenay Rapids, 10 more. He also purchases some millions of feet from the Ottawa. It is said he has purchased for several years, employ ment for from 2,000 to 3,000 men, and freight ed over a hundred ships annually with lum ber for European markets. Seth Phillips's Estate.- ' HUE subscriber lias been appointed and qualified L as administrator on tlio estate of Seth Phillips, deceased, late of Wood county, Ohio. Ocr.(, 1S55. 21w3 ROBERT FENTON. NEY GOODS! NEW GOODS! 771 It. MILLEIt & CO. are now receiving, X . direct from the eastern cities, their stock of FALL & WINTER GOODS, to which the...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 6 October 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 167 BUSINESS CARDS. m 11-; I'l-'IlllYSBLTIlG JOURNAL is published JL every Saturday, by S. Clark., ut $1 per year, c i-li in advance, or $1.2' in trade ; $1,125 cash in G m :if!n, or !$ 1.50 at tlie end of the year. Those in a.T.Mra will be charged at the rate of $l.J5i) for the reseat aeries until tliey pay up, when they tan get t!i p tp jr at the reduced price. P.ipers may be stopped at nny time by paying- up. BVVHLI li X OTlVli.--Tel,errysburg Hank U now open and prepared to discount short b nines paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and East e;M H tcli ni.e. and transact other business in their li;i. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. It. 13." I. 20tf WASHINGTON UNION INSUIlAACEj Company; Capital 300,000. j 1). 11. Dunham', I'res't. Gkoimik M yoatt, Treas. llnsuv 11. Doihi k. Agent for Wood county. CI.KVm.:V.VD MUTUAL insurance ( ..nipaiiv Capital $200,000. Kisks taken on rea i'Miablu terms, in the above responsible companies, by 11....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 6 October 1855

168 THE PERRYSBURG; JOURNAL. REMOVAL. BROWN & HUNT hare remo ved their Stove and Tin Establishment to their New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we are offering a well selected assortment of COOK. HALL, BOX PARLOR STOVES, 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. DR. JOHN liULL. SO MET HI NO NEW AND VALUABLE. The most powerful King on the face of the globe now iritTns supreme in the American Republic. The power of the crowned heads of Europe sink into insignificance when compared to our American King. European kings employ the power vested In them to increase the riches of the rich and lordly, and to reduce to gruater misery and degradation, the poor and depend ent . Our American King goes forth with equal willing ness to ...

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. — 13 October 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL VOL. III. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1855. NO. 22. Sevastopol. Seventy thousand men have fallen in and around Sevastopol! This is a death-record gloomy as ever eye. rested upon. Yet, if per t.hauee we. should ever get exact returns, it will ive found, we fear, that twice, nay three times tliHt number have perished in the. Cri mea within the Inst year. The record will be gloomier as we post it up. Of the loss, that ol Russia is by far the largest. The ambition of a century is exploded, and the work of half a century sacrificed in the fall of Sevastopol. Czarism made it what it was. and by huge docks and gigantic fortresses, by the creation of a naval force, resolved to buttress up its ambition through ils location, and thus grasp undivided do minion. S'e what an array of forts Sevas topol had on the south or sea side : Q'uar nntiii" Battery 01 guns; Fort Alexander G4, Fort 50, Fort St. Nicholas 102, Fort Paul 80, liittery 20 total 367 guns. Tli -u ...

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. — 13 October 1855

r THE PERRY&BUttG JOURNAL. 170 TAXES FOH 1855i Notice to the Tax Payers ofWood County, O. IN pursuance of lavv Ij Shibnah Spink, Treasurer of Wood county, Ohio, do hereby notify the tax-payers thereof, that the rate of taxationfor the year 1855 is correctly stated in the following table, showing the number of cents levied on every hundred dol lars of taxable property in each of the townships and incorporated towns of said county ; and that for the purpose of receiving taxes, I will sit iu each of the several townships, between the hurs of 8 o'clock A.M. and 5 o'clock P. M., at the limes and places named below : Kates of Tax- Kates lev'd Kates assessed by Town, Township & Sub-District Authorities. C9 levied by by County s Gen'I Asseni. Authorit's. Sxib-dist. school house asmts. Names op Towns axd Towxshu'S. T. J SIS C. Cor. of Per'g'0G;l0 Perrysb'g Tp weston, Middleton, Portage, l'errv, Montgomery, i reedom, Troy, Liberty, Center, Bloom, Plain, Milton, lenry, Washington, Jack...

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. — 13 October 1855

171 THE PERltYSBURG JOURNAL. NO TICE is also hereby given, that the total amount of Taxes assessed in each Township, under the respective levies for each of the various purposes for which taxes are collected in said County, is set foith in the following ABSTUACT. H o i- a. rr1 -i -i jr a e n sr- "S B 33r'32SH,'5.",n ) -i o S -i -i. G- VJ O) r ' o ET.'-i 2 - 3 .rr o k - oq r o m. o i-3 . . S! o te! s 3 " t bi 2 5 S 5" g a -T rL tD ft) m ? -:; O c- -1 ? o .- r-- 5 i i o 54: 5! i g s E in W CO o " 65 2 go? CD -5 -1 cr o c s HO 7 S CO CD -- a o -a c 05 t t oq cm HO S 73 -o o O S p.- tO C tO CO co -too C lO I OS lO co -o io -o c to to cr. to O C it- J- CD O CO -J O i Of WO WW t- OS CO 0") -I -1 O -1 CO o to o or, - W CM -J co c cs n 3 (BOM r . ro cs . Sub district School House Taxes. I'lanlTRoacl Taxes, Gen eral and special. CO o o Cs cs co -I GO to -1 CO OS o co -1 o o -1 to CD CO CO c"tO ii iU to lO Cs p O ' 3 Q CO . SO i i w to 3 -4 to co it p CJ CO o.3 o CO (0 CS to t03seotjMifluoti,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 13 October 1855

172 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. "Just as we were ready to close yp this paper we received the official abstract of votes for Wood county. Its length precluded ita insertion to-day, but it will appear in our next number. ' The fol lowing are the republican majorities in the county : For Governor, Chase 508; (Trimble received 45 votes) lieut. gov., Ford 527 ; auditor state, 'Wright ." 1'2 ; sec. state, Baker 543 ; treas. state, Gibson 540; sup. judge, (full term) Brinkerhoft' 53!) ; do (vacan cy) Convers 544 ; att. general, Kimball 540; board jmblic works, Conover 551 ; senator, Lunt 538 ; representative, Peck 544 ; auditor, Koss 50f ; treas urer, Spink (103 ; commissioner, Chilcote 550 ; prof, attorney, Jeiforson 578 ; surveyor, Bowe 1V2. iSi?The result of the election in this coun ty is the success of the entire republican ticket, by an average majority of over 500. In the legislative district Dr. Peek, repub lican, is undoubtedly elected. In the senatorial district, we ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 13 October 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL 173 Arrival of the Canada. II.w.iiax, Oi:t. U. The steamship Canada fif mi Iu.ipool, willi dates to the 29th ult., t.nivcd at hit If past seven last evening. Tin; latest news from the Crimea is, that (rortschakolV telegraphed on the 23il ult, that the. allies had landed 20.000 men at Kupato via, and i hut they now have 30,000 m mi on tin- llussiail left flit 1J k. Th : AHie.-i attacked the. Russian infantry i i ili-.t 23tl S'-ptember, when Uie latter re peated. On the '23d, the Allies, 33,000 i-i rmig, ih hunched from Euputoria, and oe the neighboring villages on the left flank of th'1 It us.-in ns. On i he 10; h, the Russians were fortifying the. north side of Sevastopol, ami construct ing new ha I (t lies. Tin! French were advanc ing their cavalry and infantry towards lilak-slu.-ai. A f.-arful tempest had occurred at Sevas topol, followed by heavy rains. Sevastopol is to he razi-d, and the basins filled up. On the 17th. tin Allies were concentrating iheir fo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 13 October 1855

174 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. For the Journal. The "Upper Ten" of Our Town. proves the existence of a stentorian pair of His personal appearance is some- what singular; his receding forehead, red coHntenance and stooping gait, are in good: keeping with each other. However, with all I : one your ents has so faithfully described " our best so ciety'' of his town, we think it but fair that the "upper ten' of our town should figure in a description ; but, as we are all desirous of the distinction of being noticed .trsf, we hardly know where to begin. However, as we feel quite cool at present, we propose to commence with the village moderator. He is one of the most innocent persons in the village, and, to use an expression of the young ladies of this place, is always as cool us a cucumber and soft as a squash. The characteristics of his mind are, in every sense cf the word, original and somewhat peculiar. In the first place he wishes all the young people with whom he associates, to consid ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 13 October 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. BUSINESS CARDS. '111.', l3ltlCV.HlM-G JOURNAL! published L i:v ! S itiii- l.iy. by S. Clark, ut $1 per year, ' (!) in i Iv moe, or ijf I .25 in trade ; $ 1 cash in ( ni.i,i!i. ; . 1.5:) at tlie of the year. Those in a ivMi H will be eli --irged at tlie rale of $1.50 for the pivvtaf scri'; 11 : 1 r I thoy pay up, when they can get ill - oip-rat llii! ruduced price. Pj;!-rs liny lie stopped ut uny time liy paying tip. BVVVU Vv) VlCli. '1'UeJ'ei-ry.slurg Htiltk n ii.v iipuii and prepared to discount short l i-ii.iess paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and Kast c.M I', i i.jf '. aii I ritnart other business in their li:ti;. I .iterei't paid u.i time deposits. .I.S.XOKTO.N', Cashier. o -t. i , h'.i. -.'fitf A IT ASIIINGTO.V UNION INSURANCE Y Company; Capital :i)0, 000. I). 1. l)rirM, I'icst. Gi:oitf;K M y.att, Treas 1 1 1: n it v II. DoiiiiK. Agent for Wood county. ClilVK!,M MIJTUAI. INSURANCE ( 'itnipany Capital ifi'iiu.uiio. Risks taken on rea sonable terms, in t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 13 October 1855

176 REMOVAL. BROWN & HUNT have rem. vcd their Stove and Tin Establishment tn tl New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, when are offering a well selected assortment of COOK, HALL, BOXSf PARLOR STO VI. in great varieties. Our Stoves am nt' Albany ni . ufacture, and inferior to nraiu. T! and Ji'u.. t Tin Ware, Stove ripe and st-iv ' inmiii!- At Whole salt' tin I It It! Job work and Itapairim: -don- n - i .'.' dersfromabroad will rn ;i-t w ifn iv i Jan. 1, 1855. N :. Mi T)U. JOIIN LULL. SOMETHING NEW AND VALUABLE. Tho most powerful King on the face of the globe now r',,;ns supreme in tho American Republic. The power of the crowued bends of Kurope sink into insignificance lien compared to our American King. European kint;s employ the power vested In them to Inervasb tho riches of the rich and lordly, and to reduce to (Truster misery and degradation, tho poor and depend ent. Our Americau King goes forth with equal willing ness ty tho lordly mansion and the humble cabin, ready alike to ...

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