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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 April 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 37 mind what artifices, what passions, what arts of dissimulation and fraud, what acts of cruelty and violence this cry of mingled ferocity and fanaticism is intended to cover, we recoil with disgust from the savage and hypocrisy which invokes the of Heaven on such crimes. deeds of men bent on mutual destruction, and animated with the fury of war, have! indeed small claim on the forgiveness of a higher rower, unless they arc devoted to the' noble cause of duty and justice. But when the Emperor of Russia presumes to identify cause of Christianity with the duulicity imputation that th-y are lighting against what lie calls the orthodox taith we indig nantly repel the charge. Jle has no more ii' iit to insult his illustrious adversaries bv i i . ...... i ... i .. i ...... . so rntieiuoii- an accu.-aunn iiiun ne nas iu to himself the exclusive dignity of champion of the faith. Our inlkrnc; iu! t.ast, wan Ii we are prepared to tt l'-ir.i uy linns, must eveutualiv e...

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 April 1854

38 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Mason and Dixon's Line. "What is meant by Mason and Dixon's line ?" asked a bright, blue eyed girl of twelve years of age, when sitting at her fathers table, a few days ago. The answer was, " it is a phrase usu ally employed to describe the boundary be tween the free and flave States." " Bat why do they describe it in that way?'' was the inquiry. The answer may b'3 worth giv ing' to some of our young readers. In the seventeenth century, James II, of England, then the Duke of York, gave cer tain lands to Lord Baltimore and to William Penn, and a difficulty sprang up as to the proper ownership of these lands on the Del aware. Again and again was the affair carried into the courts, till in the year 17G0, when George the III, came to the crown, the Lord Chancellor of England made a decision: but new difficulties sprung up in drawing the boundary lines. The Commissioners finally employed Messrs. Mason and Dixon, who had just returned from the Cape of Good Hope,...

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 April 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 39 CHIURCII, HAYES & Co., Wholesale Deal J era in Foreign & Domestic Dur Goods, Ready Made Clothing, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Straw Goods, Iron, Nails, Glass, Glass Ware, und Pittsburg Manufactures in general. TATTarticular attention paid to orders. Morris Block No. 4, Toledo, Ohio. T School Teachers. IMIE board of School Examiners of Wood coun ty will hold their first spring session for the ex- iimiiintioD of teachers, nt the court house in Perrys buig, on the first Tuesday of April next, at !) o'clock a. in., and on the first Tuesday of each month there after, until further notice. By order of the board. J. II.'NEWTON, Clerk, l'crryhburg, March 15, lx'il. 2vv3 OTR VYL1), on the 3(lth of April last, from the O llig Island, Maumee river, nearly opposite Per rysburg, A SMALL bOltlUlL M AKi:, five years old, about thirteen hands high, with How install, and white stripe in her forehead. Any person return ing the mare, or giving infortnation where she ...

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. — 10 April 1854

40 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Ilnrrah fur flic Family Provision . ' Store! J II. McKNIGHT respectfully announces to the citizens of Perrvsburg that lie 1ms opened a full stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS in Clark's brick building, next door to E. Graham & Co.'s, where may bo found a good assortment of Provis ions. Produce and Groceries. His motto is Small Profits and Quick Sales. Everything in his line M ill always be found, ami at the lowest possible pri ces. By strict attention to business he respectfully solicits a liberal share of patronage. The following articles comprize part of his stock : Choice Young Hyson Teas at 3, 4, ",(. 7 & fs. per lb. Sugar ; J lavana & New Orleans Molasses ; Cider Vinegar, Nuts of all kinds, llio Coffee, Candies do Ground Coffee, Itiee, Good assorfm't Stoneware Crushed in Pulv. sugars, Baking Powders, do Spices of all kinds, do Tubs, Pails, Brooms, Mops & Bed-cords, St. Croix New Orleans Mould Candles, Sterine do Star do Cranberries, B...

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. — 15 April 1854

THE PEURYSBUIKi JOURNAL i ' BY S. CLARK. "Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures." $1 . 5 0 In Advance. VOL. 2. PERRYSBUllCr, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1854. NO. 6. The Czar and the Quakers. Men have been doing strange things for the last five or six thousand years ; that is, ever since man has been a historical subject. Of the strange things lately enacted, we think the self-constituted mission of three estima ble " Friends," Messrs. Sturge, Charleton and Pease, to St. Petersburg last month, for the purpose of bringing the Czar to jeason, and of inclining him to a pacific course with regard to the eastern question, is about the strangest. These excellent, philanthropic, find most well meaning men, besides repre senting themselves and their own views and wishes', were the formal or informal repre sentatives of the whole society of Friends in England a very respectable, and pretty nu merous one. they went, they saw, they talked ; but they did not conquer, and we much marvel...

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. — 15 April 1854

42' THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1854. Change of Publication Day. Hereafter we will put our paper to press on Friday evening, and publish it on Saturday morning. Advertisements should be sent in by Thursday morning. (OOur Pcrrysburg readers will notice 'with interest the advertisement in another column for the opening of books for subscrip tion to the capital stock of the Perrysburg and Detroit 11. It. Company. We learn that . charter for this road has been obtained, mder the provisions of the general railroad law, and that as soon as the proper connec tions can bo secured, in Michigan, the stock o complete the road to the state line between Ohio and Michigan will be. promptly forth coming. This road is intended as the north ern link in the great through line between Detroit and Cincinnati, the Urbana, Findlay and Detroit railroad, concerning which a lengthy article will be found in this Journal, ropied from the Hancock Courier. .2fThe members of t...

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. — 15 April 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 45 Urbana, Findlay and Detroit Railroad. The. increasing interest manifested in this new railroad project, favorable to its pro press and final completion, and the great im portance of imiri"diatR and energetic action being taken to secure the. hearty co-operation of the people, along (lie line, and eliciting other influences .to act in aid of this enter prise, induce jour contributor to present ome. of t lie prominent inducements to the pressing forward the movements ahead' made in behalf of the furtherance of the project for constructing the Urbana, Findlay and Detroit railroad. Cincinnati and De troit are. in fact, the termini of the proposed line. By reason of the commercial facili ties, iven to Detroit by her position upon h navigable, river connected with Lake Erie on the east ; Huron. Michigan and Superior, on the north and west; and the. chain of railroads I'rom the east and west, she has assumed an enviable position among the ories of the Union, and ...

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. — 15 April 1854

44 Slavery not a Domestic Institution. By a " Domestic Institution," we under stand one which affects only those who adopt it. Slavery is the creature of munici pal law ; and if its effects were not extend ed beyond the limits of the State which adopts it, it would be strictly a " domestic institution." A State or territory may pre fer the civil to the common law ; but that would constitute no ground of quarrel or interference on the part of a neighboring state which does not. So, one state may think its interests require banking institu tions, or a system of internal improvements ; but as these can affect a sister state only in an indirect way, it can have no right to pro test against them, or to attempt in any way to overturn them. American slavery would be of that class were it not for that clause in the constitution which makes five slaves equal, so far as the general government is concerned, to three free men. This clause takes American slavery out of the list of domestic insti...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 15 April 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 45 The Amazon and its Tributaries. This is eminently an age of conquest. We mean not the achievements of war, but ihe triumphs of science, navigation, skill iuid civilization. And as an arena for these glorious exertions, a world aye, literally a new world is, we confidently hope, about to be opened to American speculation and en terprise. We refer to the river Amazon its vast and teeming valley its giant arms; in the form of tributary streams, many as great as itself, and all the fertile regions! which they water. Seldom have we perused work of travel with more deliht, than! Lieut, llerndon's Report of his exploration of the Valley of the Amazon, made under the direction ot the United States Navy depart u ie 11 t. present interesting and gratify boundless prospect of the future is opened, the uealth, industry and end of which no man can foresee. Visions of greatness in com merce, tropical agriculture, mining, steam boat building, lumber of the rarest kinds, ...

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. — 15 April 1854

46 Winter in Italy. Florence, Feb. 16, 1851. We have had on the whole an uncomfortable winter in Italy. The unacclimated complain of chil liness, chilblains, and discomfort generally ; yet many of the gardens continue green as summer; water does not freeze, and multi tude's of the people live with little or no fire, being doubtless batter adapted to the cli mate. Th3 high price of provisions has occasion ed much murmuring throughout the coun try. Its grain and grape crops, staples of Italy, nave been short lor two seasons; and bread tears double the usual price. Chest nuts, which the forests produce abundantly, ground like corn, are substituted for flour among the poor, who are mostly obliged to do without wine. Thefe is, in fact, very little juice of the grape in the market, and the government has deemed it necessary to warn the people against the vile mixtures and adulterations of the dealers.- The wealthier classes of the cities, who own nearly all the land in the country, compla...

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. — 15 April 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. PAPER HANGINGS. We are (iust receiv ing our spring stock of Paper Hangings, such as Wall Paikh, BoKDKHS, Window Paper, and Fire JJoahd Prints, Which comprises tho largest assortment ever opened in this market, and which we offer at wholesale and retail, at the lowest possible rates. March '21 Hit J). II. NYE & CO. Hubert. Heed's Estate. 'I'MIK undersigned' having been appointed and 1. qualified us administrators of the estate of Unb elt Reed, deceased, late of Webster township, Wood county, Ohio, notice is hereby given to ull persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment.! and all persons having chums against said ( state tit present them, legally proven, for settlement imme-i diatoly. ISABEL REED. JAMES WAUGH, March 27. IS'4. HwS Administrators. AHEAD OF TIIIJ TIMES! r'J m 1116 L"n J tnc JS'Z iruicn, SUMMIT STKF.KT, TOLKIH). Hi. SHY T. COOK respectfully informs his t"ti thousand personal friends, and the good people of Toledo, Maumee City, Pe...

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. — 15 April 1854

48 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Hurrah for the Family Provision Store ! JH. McKNIGHT respectfully announces to the citizens of Perrysburg that he has opened a full tock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS in Clark's i brick building, next door to E. Graham & Co.'s, where may be found a good assortment of Provis ions, Produce and Groceries. His motto is Small Profits and Quick Sales. Everything in his line will always be found, and at the lowest possible pri ces. By strict attention to business he respectfully solicits a liberal share of patronage. The following artieles comprize part of his stock : Choice Young Hyson Teas at 3, 4, 5, 0, 7 & 8s. per lb. Sugar ; Havana & New Orleans Molasses ; Cider Vinegar, Nuts of all kinds, Rio Coffee, Candies do Ground Coffee, Itire, Good assortm't Stoneware Crushed & Pulv. Sugars, Baking Powders, do Spices of all kinds, do Tubs, Tails, Brooms, Mops & Bed-cords, Green Apples, Cigars & Tobaccos, Chocolate, Herrings, Fresh Cluster Raisi...

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. — 22 April 1854

THE PERRYSBIM JOURNIIT S. CLARK. "Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures" : $1.50 In Advance. VOL. 2 PERRYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1854. NO. 7V Sir Charles Napier, Commander of the British Squadron in the Baltic. We give in another column an account of the departure of the first division of the British fleet, from England, for the Baltic, under the command of vice Admiral Napier. This distinguished officer is sixty-eight years old, his constitution is strong, his health sound, his habits tempentc, and in appear nnce he is younger than his age would lead one to suppose, lie is the grand son of Lord Napier, of Sterling county, and is a Scot by birth. He entered the navy at the age of fourteen, as a volunteer, and has been fifty four years in the service; was made a mid shipman in March, 1802; in November, 1S'J5, he became lieutenant; in March, 1807, he was made acting commander of the brig Pultusk, and was placed, in August. 1808, in command of the Recruit brig, of 1...

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. — 22 April 1854

50 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1854. Universalist Meeting. There will be preaching at the Universalist Church in Ferrysburg, by Revs. George R. Brown and Mr. Sweet, on Saturday and Sun day, 29th and 30th instants. CCpNow is the time to take papers, and get the war jiews. Every one of our sub scribers could easily induce one or more of his neighbors to subscribe for this paper, and thus double our list by a slight effort, and the money arising1 from this increase of pat ronage would enable us to employ more help and give us soyie time to devote to the edi torial department, whereas we are now con stantly confined to the mechanical depart ment of our Journal. If Austria and Prussia join the Russians in the impending war, as there seems every probability they will, the French and Eng lish will have their metal severely tested. It would be the most powerful combination in numbers and natural strength that the world aver saw, and nothing but the tremen...

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. — 22 April 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 51 The Ward Trial. The trial of young Wanl, for the murder of Mr. Butler, the school teacher in Louisville, commences this morning, in Elizabeth town, Hardin county, Kentucky. Great interest is i'elt all over Kentucky in the result of the trial, rs the family of the accused is one of the first in the Stale, and possess almost unlimited means. It is understood that ex-Governor Crittenden has volunteered his aid in behalf of Ward, Thomas F. Marshall is also one of the counsel for the prisoner. The best legal talent in the Slate is engaged on both sides. Among the many, is Mr. Carpenter, of Cov ington, who is for the prosecution. Col. Preston, member of Congress from the Lou isville district, has been summoned as a witness, and reached home on Friday. The Courier says that Secretary Guthrie is also expected to be present at the trial. Upward of one hundred witnesses have been sum moned to testify to the previous good char acter of titc prisoner. Elizabethtown, w...

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. — 22 April 1854

52 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 52 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Letter from Col. Fremont--Interesting Intelligence. It gives us , great pleasure to insert the subjoined letter from Col. Fremont, not only because it contradicts the exaggerated reports of deaths sustained by his? party, and assures tis of the intrepi.d explorer's own safety, after his two months' bold journey through the mountain wilds in mid-winter, but be cause his success seems fully to have estab lished the favorable nature of the central route for a railroad in winter as well as summer: National Intelligencer. Parawan, Iron County, Utah Territory, Feb. 9, 1854 My Dear Sir: I have had the good for tune to meet here our friend, Mr. Babbitt, the Secretary of the Territory, who is on his way to Washington, in charge of the mail and other interesting dispatches, the import ance of which is urging him forward with extreme rapidity. He passes directly on this 'morning, and I have barely a few mo ments to give you intelligence of ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 22 April 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 58 The Camel in America. The committee nn commerce of our stutc senate have, report fd in favor of incorporating tho. American Camel Company. Tlio purpose of the as suciation is to introduce th Asiatic camel into ill.-; United States, for tho various pur poses of transportation. The capital stock is fixed at one hundred thousand dollars. The. prime movers in the affair are. Win, G. 11 in,'', Charles W. Webber and Edward Gu- 1 a ugli ay. The the. second of boo icnt leinau is we 11 .nown as tlie. writer ot uoous and magazm urticlcs. roiulailv treated, on tlie subiect of natural history. Tiie at tempt of Mr. Fahen.;, the. author of the " Cuinel Hunt," a somewhat exaggerated history of adventure, to introduce the eastern rarnel into use on the Isthmus of Darien, was, as is well known, a failure. This new nttompt to introduce the. camel into the western continent may prove more success ful, but that animal seems only to thrive well in a dry and equable climate. It...

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. — 22 April 1854

54 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. New York, April 14.- The Hermann ar rived at noon, with dales from London to March 29th. Political intell igence is of im portance. The Cabinet couriers, dispatched with the ultimatum of France and England to the Emperor of Russia, have returned to London with the official announcement that no reply would ba made to the joint demand of the two Powers. In consequence of this, the Queen sent a message to both houses of Parliament, on the 27th, announ cing the failure of all negotiations carried on with Russia, and the consequent neces sity of adopting other measures to enforce a compliance. The message concluded with the declaration that the Queen relied on the bravery of her army and navy under the emergency. Th3 message was to be taken into consideration on the 31st ult., and a reply of both houses of Parliament will be voted in answer. In the meantime, an offi cial declaration of war appears in the Lon don Gazette of the 23th, and in all the Lon don paper...

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. — 22 April 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 55 PAPER HANGINGS. We are just reced ing our spring stock of Paper Hangings, such as Wall Papeh, Borders, Window Paper, and Fire Board Prints, Which comprises the largest assortment ever opened in this market, and which we offer at wholesale and retail, at the lowest possible rates. March '27 3tf I). II. NYE & CO. IIIIMN, SHEEP FELTS, Ac. riHE only place to crct the money for Hides, green JL or dry, iShcep-skiiis, Beeswax and Feathers, is at, UKOWN & HUNT'S, who at all times are readv to pay the highest price in Money. So bring them rvnit along. They have for sale every description of 'Stoves, 8tovc Pipe & Tin Ware. Give them a call, and if they cannot suit you, there is no need of trying elsewhere. Store corner Front istroet vV Louisiana Avenue. octlMJ ft. Alir.XIt tiV 'VHP. TIM1N! fyAAt the Sign of the Big Watch, C'-o'SiS SUMMIT STREET, TOLEDO. KiwNRY T. COOK respectfully informs his ten thousand personal friends, and the good people of Toh-do, ...

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. — 22 April 1854

56 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Hurrah for flic Family Provision brick building, next door to E. Graham & Co.'s, may be found a good ' assortment of .Provis- Store ! T .H. McKNIGHT respectfully announces to the J citizens of Ferry sburg that nc ns uueneu a iuii stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS in Clark's 4 ATI A Produce and Groceries. His motto is bmal Profits and Quick Sales. Everything in his line niu-nv 1b found, and at the lowest possible fri zes. Bv strict attention to business he respectfully solicits a liberal share of patronage. ; The following articles comprize part of his stock : Choice Young Hyson Teas at 3, 4, 5, C, 7 & Ss. per lb Sugar ; Havana & JNew urieans nioiasses , Nuts of all kinds, Candies do Rice. Good assortm't Stoneware Sugars, Baking Powders, do Spices of all kinds, do Tubs, Pails, Brooms. Mops & Bed-cords, Green Apples, Cigars & Tobaccos, Chocolate, Herrings, Fresh Cluster Raisins, Fresh Butter, Saleratus & Starch, Powder, Lead, Shot, ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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