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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 11 December 1856

Bp A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News PlilimVSl3UIlG, O., THTJUSD-A-Y, DEC. 11, 185G XO.XXXI. From Life Illustrated. THE BOLD AND TRUE. Who it Bold and True f He that dans act the right, defying sneers That Calmly h raven the saornfal glance, of wealth, la honor of tail cause. Who is Bold and Troe f lie that cares little for the world's applause, 'And fawn not on the prnnd that thrift may come, AYld kneels bat to hit Ud. Who la Hold and Trne r Jle that servos the lleloved I.and lm honesty of heart, and with pnre purpose, -Not of the hireling herd. "1'o,s Kola and True t 'fhe hardy wni-klng-mnn, Vhose vote cannot he lirihed and who allll lew Would yield it to command, Who is Hold and Trne ? lie that stand ap for all Humanity, And owns his kind, not in the rich alone, lint in the poor and low. Who Is Bold and Trne ? He that would strike the errors of the Tast, And seeks...

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. — 11 December 1856

SYNOPSIS OF THE PRESIDENT SYNOPSIS OF THE PRESIDENT MESSAGE. The mis' commence by rsferrinij n rou iliiution it requirement, thai 1I1A Crvsii Jn I shall, from tnnr to lim. not only redinmend Willie ron.iderution of Congress inch' tneasiirea as In: miy jodg necessary and exialient, t'uit hf! phall ndie information' to tliem of Ihe lte.nf the Union. To do tliii fullr. iuvolvm exposition of all matters in the Mtuaf condition nf ihe country, ilnmesi iot Wan. Which p.". l-nli.lly coneem Hie rn".l b l.n. Whil,-1 .;..,, hi. :,;.,.i j..t. l- il.l. ... appct, llie l"rcuieiii iltwa noi snoaa: merely ui express personal convictions, but as the execu tivp'fetmiilrV of tne goTPrnment, ennbletl by his pnilinn, ami called upon by hia official obliga oionaflo.stAn witban impair'iHl eye the inteifs la tf rfi.;''whtir, iiut'ever part of the Unitcil Btates. Of-fhe contlltfon of the rlnm-'Stic Interests of .. thtStijrr,-tl neosssnay nl to say llnil the lieti fftitlpiiy of the. 'Country, iis aiesilv W.v...

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. — 11 December 1856

PSRHYSBUBttv JOURNAL, K. X. 1IKJUIM.1, Krtltnr. . TiatMHi . HnaAKrHVWa' Jrlti H'lTfincc (1 fin " . ih. MiSti.nnnntiriM witlrimlt tnonttii.il 00 l-euyslrtirj;, Thursday,. Dec. 11, 1856. The Message. ,, Ijhtcling that our columns could be better filled With ot ler matter, we have gone to the trouble of condensing President Pierce's last nnnilist message lo about half its natural size, preserving Ids ideas throughout. H id he con fined liiiiifis witliln proper limits, and dis cussed nations subjects in a statesmanlike mannwl.'it wduld bave afforded ns much plea sure to have presented it entire. ' . . Ji least one-third of the message consists of a re hash of the partis in falsehoods of the Washington Union during the exciting oara paign from whltfh w have just emerged. In tho face of mountains of well known facts, and in direct opposition to the solemn oaths of more thin a hundred witnesses while the srdbbe tilshtwl' ascends frcn the ashes of the former dwellingsof free state men while...

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. — 11 December 1856

Scientific, Agricultural, Mechanical. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. Fast Homm Agriculturally Conoldcrcd. In nil oar horae Ulk unit writing, we liv pollen .liap.ragingW of tli.it claw of borne tha only merit of which m, lbt they are merely ft. Theo guulcggy pidertht eta Uu nolliing but run, re bout m u.wkas in the world u those fancy venllemen in flaehy TeiU.whogeoorally attend them in tbeir airing. Aim we nam uu rew mjmuj with the gambling attendant upon tl meel Iniriof tui clM of men and hornet upon the turf. We have never atended alien a UMtinir. and have no deaire to. Thua much for our ditcUimtr. Of l.ifl. auite a reaoeoUble portion of the agricultural prewi, and many of the nuwa and literary pupera, nave ouinw mvwm -t" trial of Deed" at agricultural faira, which the aaf i onlr horde tacin, under another name. Well, it it hard to ay jul where we paia the line of healthful rivalry, when once ma enter the oath of oompeiitioa. Mr. Smith an l Mr. Jone both compete for the beat ten lba. of...

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. — 18 December 1856

( ft 11 miv! mxttmnx A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News AOL.IV. PEREYSBURG, O., THURSDAY, 13i:C. 18, 1S5G. From the Mother's Magazine. SPEAK GENTLY OF THE DEAD. fipenk gently, gently of the Dead; Cold words should never full O'er one who sleeps the dreamless sleep. Beneath a sable pall I Bpeak gently, gently of the Dead; No smile of thine may wake Responsive smile upon the lip, That still repose to break I Bpesk gently, gently of the Dead; Nor let some wrong of old Come up to dim thy memory, And make thy heart a-coldl Spesk gently, gently of the Dead; The past is sealed up now, The light hath faded from the eye, And Death hath swept the browl Ppeak gently, gently of the Dead; For all the joy of life Eaeh weary soul hath eaat aside, With Its armor fsora the rtrlfe! Ppeak gently, gently of the Dead; They're wiser now than we, And looking from the 41 river,'1 on Eternity...

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. — 18 December 1856

K. .V. U!J(;IS. Cdllor. 9 N ti:rmsi i, ln conv 'inn vir.itt vlrunrA, .'. - - M ll I'l'M.-rlntlitrn nut p ti l witliln month. 'i: on F! f." ft i'litrc. TlniMil.ufc. V)ifs Insurrection of Slaves. Krt' inivo p'jls lnva b.'cn I itJ in m iny of the 8'iu'licrn Mates for a ?j ner il r'. Ilion on tlie.p,yt of.thoi lies ( u-H( ltat.the juti ern M think o', and rtiiny nitrite, and mm' white nt-n hivn been nTriBfeil on A clmrn of eiw Jr"'?'lr-in rrMin i T?nn''o i o-"irjM or sUves aVo si"il to b in great f It arnHHra nit retire at ' nl.j'it until every p tirit f .Mtnok i rt-ll gnir-leti on 1 th-y lire thH"rib'!y 'Arm 1. ' ' G r'-iiiity wu lwuM be p titled lo h u e to re ord .1'ie mur.y Ir igiaal rci'if. J w,Mi Vo'alJ occur in mcli an tvttit, Riit'ltMs tVti 'eJii') re luipe tlpit ibe fears of llic nl iVc!t'(t!-!"'i's are not vi-cl,! ioui,did ; yet what in fif '. 'il! I' "not li t c more r.sptct fr the re t'i (Vf'm"n':LTj thiti.for tho Mibmii ive slave ? .Vijjiwij.i.' 1 in bondage as they nro, 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. — 18 December 1856

LOCAL AND LITERARY. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MYHS. EalBrn m iil--I it jj o'clock A. .,nndnrrie f nYHrV r ri iKttr. Firwtlft, roil',.- T.:,ht ft TmchIhy. ,ni! Ssturdliv.st 7 1 w., nit 'rrlran V nudum tinH FridMt 4 p. M. Vj't-V-fll'-IiMrtM Thnrscliijs at 8 A. M.. nd arrlfca ' onf'rHljr at1 r. w. . , ' TVMfrnni ii1--I.m,'""T' Mrniilsytoorninft sts A M. nd rriT St 4 . ..nm.-n'mr. JOHN POWERS, Post Master. J.j?-Canton; in this tate, is now lighltJ Ly grw.- . , , ., , , f"3bcriffNorion lias nppumUd oar frioi'l Sinford BiMwin Depnty Sheriff. Ho las made goodjK'ection. . :' : . '' TTIr legislature bf Stulh Carolina lia elected Hon. R F. Alston, Oovernor, and Hun. O. Cannon, Lieut. Guvemir. tvOa the 9iliinst., Whitfj-ld, tliebopus delegate from Kansas, was admitted to his seat in congress by a majority of four votes 3T The Literary Society of Miimi, which meets every Friday night, dif posed of tlis Wo man's Rights question ty an nffiimative de cision. UT There will be a meeting of delega...

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. — 18 December 1856

Wonders of the Telegraph. When the submarine telegraph is complet ed, for which one of our fllow-oiti-m i Iv boring ealously in Lod.1od,(0) rui W ."Field,) we shall see the following rcsul.s, growing oat o( tho did rei e o! nOout four hours nnd three-quarters between London end ISew York time. The stock exchange in London will have cloioH, and at the last quotations be known at New York, by the lime business in Wall-stieet has commenced. An import ant speech delirered in the English P.irlii ment will be reported in the New York pa- pen of the same evening. A division on some great question may occur while the inhabi tants of London are in their first sleep ; but the Instantaneous news will be circulating in a New York journal while life is fl iwing at its full tide in the Atlantis city. I he "good niifht" of the New York telegraph elerk, as he goes, off duty at midnight will find his E-iropean colleagues at work with the sum mer sun already an hour on his journey to the west. Savs a...

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. — 25 December 1856

JJjJgnJti ho interests of ftp ; ;prr0OTrj Jmtniws Wood Connlv, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Eduction,-lk Arts ; and J,,s. PERHYSBURa, O., THURSDAY, DC; 'So, 185G. Unm, nnH nJ. THE LIGHT AT HOME. The light t home, haw bright It beams Wheu avei.ing shades around da fall And from the lattice lar it a-leama, To lova, and rest, and comfort call. When wearied with the tnila of day, And strife for Klory, gold or fame, How sweot to seek the quiet wav, Where lovlug Hps will Map oiir name, Around the light at home. When tbrontrli the dark nd stormy night, The wayward wanderer homeward hlea How cheering la that twinkling light, Whleh through Ills forest gtoom he spies. ' It la the light at home; he feel That loving hearts will greet him there, And softly through the bosom fltealcg The joy and love that banish euro Around the light at home. The light at honae, whene'er at last It greets the aeamanthronglithe storm; He feels no more the chilling blast "that bcata upon his manly form. lrfng...

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. — 25 December 1856

"llo.y can I h""tiiil fh ..nfMn., "lin'v h h Wn the indirect m"nn of hrlni'm m turner? . Fhnrtly afirrwanta Thiriilorp wmi nT a pfinnlc ofKll-TH, fine lojiilirwcin to Ml him lo lei hit rm'm in the Albany, th otooa to Dr. Miirrv. Informing him llie iiircliaJ tuCcceinvd 10 (dini ration. T .' ' x A month htet lit ftortnr rcci-ircd a lir:;p irfi rf Wf.iUinff-i'na- with tha card nf llie Inn. Mr. nil Mrs Theodora Norton. Thf new i : . tr i i . . k.. ,., jII1U (f ...., (rltKtMIIM, .IflllllH "J .11 " ylieinlHrr't mtiliial friends, lo each and nil lie .(-It, ,bolnd rutililtle. Nor iliil lie fnrK't "Tdtntt Dnit hi aiih tinil daiirditfr. to wlimri he made apteral heantifid iirefeiita. as he frit ilwply inaJeMeil.tn-nH ihe rfnmily Finre.h learned the IrnV Alii- of lilaf ami vli -n h tmik Hcnrv hv t)" h-nil. unriiig.lo (lis H i.'i. it nut b en "V-".. -tnrr-Tr-"fl'nt vmtmr mini I should never ha.e kfintvn v.tti;''' honest. H-nre 1hnnht in nlmnetf. tvjimr- ihi l like a mail!" Nor did ihi ann .?t,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. — 25 December 1856

LOCAL AND LITERARY. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MYILS. TImtero ",inl!--!,i-Ttat llo'clock i. n.,nilarrlm mtS ijV'jvV r. ., ilnlW. .Fiii'iUv mail i.psvp on Tnewilnr and Painnlaj-at7 A. M. , aim arrlvcuon Mnpdnvs ami Friilali,at 4 1. M. FnH"rl I.aarea Thorsilava at 8 A. M., and arr'nca n Fridfiv at ft l. w. Wtornmiil--l.i?aMeY.Hr Monday morning at 8 A. m. and arrives at! p. M.aam'eiiaT. JOHN POWERS, Pest Master. ff7"P rk is acllinj at Gfif5.50 per cwt. is this market. tW The weather ha innderaled, mow is falling, and the prospect U f.ir for good etaij'tiing. ' ' ' "' tV Our paper is Usued this wet k on Weil needay afternoon to rivj those in our employ aui opportunity to have a merry Christinas. f iT Look out f ir the Carrier on the first morning of the New Venr, and in all jour -looking don't forget to look for your quar ters, be the same more or less. (Sir Power has ll.trper for Jinuary, and loi of loys and no ions, which Smla CUu brought around specially for the little folks rot Po...

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. — 25 December 1856

Scientific, Agricultural, Mechanics J, AUSTIN SCOTT. Elitor. Fruit Trees. The weather by" Its ltitcn,l'.j of cold, ben', 'nd drought, b proved Mat to mora fruit trees in this seclion of the country the last, year, lh.n for the last twenty. Tk. r.nit free of 1855. had an uncommon growth on account of the great amount of rain that fell thai year. They conlinuecV to grow too late in the fall, and had not hed .their foliage, when the serere ejld weather set in. The sap had not time to esc .pe to the roots, consequently the tender Tarieiies were froun, nr winter killed. , . : Th. .now btiru unusu-tlly deep, the past winter, the 6.1d. or ground n ice, baik.d the o .ts, 'specially on grass ground. cau.iiur the destruction of a great ra my joung trees. I 6 id on ex iraination that hundreds of my young orchard, apple trees, are dead near the ground on the south, or aouih west si Jo; caused by the freezing, ana inwmB ... List s -viro ' winter, or boing scorched and diieu by the intent heat of...

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. — 1 January 1857

A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Weed County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News VOL.IY. PEEEYSCUEQ, O., THURSDAY, JAX. 1, 1857. ISTO. XXXI V . From the Dublin University Magazine. OLD CHURCH BELLS. Ring ont merr.1y( Tiouilly, cheerily, Blithe old bellf from the steeple tower, Hopefully, fearfully. Joyfully, tearfully, Moveth the brit'lc from her maiden bower, Clond there is none in thy fair summer Bky; nnfihine flings bcnhiondown from on high; Chihlrcn slnglond ns the train moves along, H Happy the bride that tho aim ahineth on." Knell ont drearily, Measured and wearily, Bad old bclln from the steeple gray, Priests chnnting lowly; Rolumuly, slowly Pf,th the corse frmn the portal to-day, Drops from the leaden el mid hoavily fall Dilppling over the plnmo and the pall; Murmur old folks, as the train moves along, llappy the dead that the rain raineth on." Toll at the hottr of prime, Matin and vesper chime, Loved old...

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. — 1 January 1857

—News Items. li ! wi.l iheie Rie but 30 wnrtla iu the English lnc" '; terminnlinj f TlieUeon lh North-rn L.iVes lV.c pit eon. nre eitiratli-d at $4,000,000 To ome men it is indispeniblo to lie worth mon.-y, for without it they would Iij worth nothing. Tim i Imnorterl into the country lust rnst us 6 03J.D80: nd Sttkj Boat us. $S3 350.&73. The Co(Te imp-irtrd into tliit countiy last yr. a t07,478.657 pounds, valued kt 16 130 400. The Ponlrnid 'fMvn) 'AJotrtlier stntes that thrr are now fhtllatcny ..000 believers ia epiiitu ilium. Mr. Cook, lhrww delegate from Aiin Ilia, brings iolne sprcimen- of iui..eriU Biud to be the liHiertin th world. Peter Nassau, a colored man, of Woorl-1T(- il nrnved is 126 veal s old. The oldest man in Ammica. There U n .oyster shell owntd by the Univertity cf -Lyden, which weigh. 180 lb. The oj tur wk8 swallowed whole by a dutch girl! Florida, with 11,211 voters, has three electoral voies; Iowa, with 9'2,600 voters, has but four 1 This is one of tuo " wr...

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. — 1 January 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MVILS. R astern m ill--t.iael lit 11 o'clock a. M.,andarriT f 3 orlne r. M Willy. FfiY-lla mit!--..eaTe on Tues.lnTs m1 SoHTOftt 7 A. anl arriTMon llnmlnvRanfl 1-rut!. At 4 r. M Pistm-ia-- I.citm Tliur.ilaji at 8 A. M., and arrl.el t?n f nniij t r. M. Wtmlern in til Learc ererv Mwitlaj morning at 8 a. at. and arrive, at 4 r. m. earn da.. JOHN POWERS, Post Master. "CingreB8 is vugnged on bills of but little general interest. i . . . a. j7"The Teachers' Association, held At Nv poleon, was well Attended. Every teacher ia our place has in Attendance. SW The G.wd Templars of DcfUree, to the number of about one hundred, had a F)KnJiJ supper on CUriatnm ere, and other uerciau suited to the order aad the occasion. XtTMeaKra. Dlinn t Bnrstour have placed in undei renewed obliguions by presenting us a turkey for Christmas. They always have lots of such things to sell at jast about the right figures. Call and see. "rOur streets have for several ...

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. — 1 January 1857

cicnlifir, : Sgrirnltnral, 3Htctauical - J. AUSTIN SCO rr,. Editor. - Winter on the Farm. Cold Winter, bleak and fierce, has come I Tmj sno-fl.ikes insinuatingly creep intj ev ery erevice, and deck alike the rlir and tire bun with their funny shapes. Oid Boreas howl! and shake the fleecy clouds till they drop hoary, truSrn sweat. The horned part of ibe animal creation, their long hair pcud ant wiih icicles, hurrv round the bay-ricks and barley-cribs, ladened with the luxuries of vordant seasons, xoung nurses, t-xcima oy this nuTel freak of nature, pluy amio tricks, and make foam of the white earth covering. Old 'grunterV snore in their pme, n I squeal over tubs of corn-dodgers and American pud ding. The wooly qurdrupt-ds wiih Suxon independence paw away the snow wjd brorso upon the deadened herbage. Cmii.'iclec-r and "hinclea" contend lor tutir wonted rest iuit places, on apple trees and pig siyes, aud the water bipeds of thefeatlu rvJ race poison the food of "neat cattle" by the cu...

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. — 8 January 1857

gift tXXQ mm A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News VOL.IY- PJHUrtYSLSTJllG, O., THTJI1SDA.Y, 8, 1857. ONE BY ONE. One by ono the samta nro flowing, One by one the moments fall; Borne are coming, iuine are goings Do not strive to grasp them all One by ono thy duties wait thee, Let thy whole strength gr to Let no future dreams elato thee, Learn tliou lirst what those can teach One by one (bright gifts from heavon), Joys ar sent thee here below, Take them readily when given, Heady, too, to let them go. One by one thy griefs shall meet thee, Do nnt fear an urmed band, One will fade as others greet thee, Shadows passing through the land Do not look at life's long sorrow, See how small cuch moment' pain, God will help the for to-morrow. Every day begin again. Every hour that fleets so slowly, Has Hs task to do, or bear, Luminous to crown, and holy, If thou aut cuch glow with c...

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. — 8 January 1857

Tl.UMH! t ! t oopy on yam In nlvinc-,., & 0 All vitio'riptioni n it i iltl will lin-ds moot! fJ 00 If rVrrystmrj-, Tlmr.nliy, Jan. 8, S37. Democracy on the Declaration of Independence. The damijcrtuinjiw-iy, o-ioupioj n siae-nlar pw'.ion at ilie prrarnt lima. Tlm southern nnd most iinprlr' wiiy boldly itciioiltiL-e the tht all'min'nr by nature frcn anil equil, and pronounce it a " self evilont l!p." But wo merely doVjri g(tn' our renders at thii time an ix'r.ict iijuii this point from the recent able "iycech of Mr. Gidding. Here it is : Mr. Ppoitker : One lliini 13 rslaViWlirrl by our eurrvnt politic hijlury, Hint is, that We ar dct-tined to continue the agitation of tlie (iroit qrti stion which, according to all jjvt hi n ils,iia agitated the world. The rights of m m r etHI the iVii nv e of diseii'sion. From the lime wten tbo barons of Knlnnd und, r Kir John, at the piir.tof the sword, extorted fim the Fiitbh Crovrn consefskms to the rich's of the people, that question bas cint...

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. — 8 January 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MVILS. I-' n(urn inull LciiTes at 11 o'clock a. II., andarrlre at 2 o'clock r. sr., dull,. Krnilliit m:il--Leave on Tuesrfn.s and Saturdays at 7 A. ., nil J arrives on Mondays and Fridas,at 4 p. M. FiMturia-- Leaves Tburadara at 8 a. si., and arrive on Friday at ft p. u. Western mail Leaves every Monday morning at 8 A. at. and arrives at 4 r. u . anmu dnv. JOHN POWERS, Post Master. JfctT Regular trains will pass over the ioa.1 between Monroe and Detroit in a few days. iJTRev. K. H. Chapin, of New York City, Las had an invitation to locate in Chicago, on a sultry of (10,000. XJT The Synod of the Old School Prcs liy'eri.in Church, have located their Univer sity at the pleasant village of West Liberty, Logan county. tt7Circinnfti now claims to be the largest whiskey manufucturing city in the Union. She also manufactures a great many demo cratic voters. JT2T Joseph II. Williams, Esq., in a recent letter to the Toledo Dladt, expresses the ...

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. — 8 January 1857

Scientific, Agricultural, Mechanical. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. The Farmers Independence. True liirniuia are uijro piula.it. Hi m imy other cUsauf men in oml.t.d lite ; lor ihey can retire within ill insi-lves, ami live quite i it rtsptetaDly with lit lo aid from b yurial uu-ir I own acres. el this til I. p-n ien.t.. is m ery day becoming more slut la.wy and unsubitan tial. The (aimer's m hij b-Cain m more burner us, and wider range of intent mint be employed t j lubiue tln.ni. F irm r are dividing their work m ire and m .e ; a,il the a at uu wuU ... .uerp ui .jr. 01 . 7 wheat only, or cotton only, intm d Pfi.d up- j A n.L.H f - nil r...w.t ' I . .. I I, .1 V ....... 1 1 I It. . I vu uuci iui ,.... ,. , ! aelf. Art and science- are t very day applied Art and icience are t very day applied j more and more to farming, and ine Urmrrj must uppenu un iuoie arut aim snnc-a i-jr all he gets fiow each of ilit m. He must de pend ou chtmistry for the snowleilg.' of the .nope, ties ol many of t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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