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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 19 February 1857

IT. .1 : A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature,. Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign 'Nws . - 1 - ' i 1 i .... i ' . '..i. ' ' . . ! ' .: - OL.IV. PEERYSBUBG, O., THURSDAY, FEB. 19, 1857. ,4V I II FOR WHOSO NEEDS. Come. rooH thy self. Aosator, man! Llfe'e glodee He tmh before thee, Hav. who would yield, while light ho eea? Believe, the heavens ire o'er thie, Oo where thoa mayet, 4 what thoa wilt. Tele truth hell round beMt thee, All vein despondency ie guilt, , , Far Ood cm ee'er (org et thee. Thle etlll foreboding angry strata From ruddy lips perplexes; Of false alarms the ehedowy train The Irieade tht prise thee vexes, llethtnks. a oaee twuro belter place Ore; head oa boyleh ehoulder, than wax la oeery moment'e apace Borne tnouaaud ages elder. , Come, ronee thee! Ood wee never aereee By oleepiag or by signing, Twere better e'ea the courser ewerrea, Thea Idly etretched ae dying. A gallant teak demeada thy yeere...

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. — 19 February 1857

PEH RYSRU KG 'JOURN A L. K A IIIUUINS Kdltur , TERMS: Oneeopy one year.ln advance,. ..t f 1 AO Allsnhscriptio'na not paid withinsii month. 2 00 Perrysburg, Thursday, Feb. 19, 1857. Canal Contracts. We bare uniformly regarded the Ohio ' Stole Jovrnol Ri the Cintml leading orgu of the rrpublicaa party. Until rtcenllj, our. -toil Stance id tbe ability, judgment, and integ rity, which directed ita courae, lis been un i . i . u . . i :. . t . r . -i HUStUj vie wiicu I, MS uiro iu iiimiiunuiurr, , iasteid-of rerteot public aentiment upon an 4mperta4puWiematteT'h.n lt nsMin i lo lecture tbe letrsUlure instead f record its doings when It condemns the1 action of the General A trembly, as " hasty, ill advised or impultiye," instead rf sustaining it in i s re pudiation of O-xnljr acknowledged frnud and . .. . . . t ii -. r rurrupiion, us trust -we bohii u cicuku ii Lur path lies in different direction. - :- n thia portion of the state, tlie public voice ' is unanimous, ouUide of the contractor...

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. — 19 February 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MVILS. V.aatern rasll--iave, at 11 o'clock A. M.,andarrlree At 3 o'clock r.Mdailv. Flndlaj nisll l,esve on Tuesdav, and AatnnMvaat T A.ii., and arrive, on Mondavsand'Fridav,, at I p. K. roori t.rrl Thursday, at 8 A. li., and arrive, tin Prldav atrt'p. u. i " JOHN POWERS, Post Master. To Advertisers. published In Mnnm t itr, ha, a larger rirenlatlon In l.ueas county, outside of Toledo, tliaa an, oilier pajier, and k therefore tho beat medium fur'advertising. Ad-frfl I,' I' J ' A. PAllLIMAX i'o., , . . ,j . Maumee t ltv, Ohio. To Advertisers. Cash Up--Important to Everybody. '"iterMfter.llo advertisement will be admitted Into the 'fepeeial agroomeat to tho contrary ; and Id all cams, tha panon presenting ah -advertisement for Insertion, will lie held responsible for tlx same. . We cannot pay our debt, with aoenunte on Tom, Dick, and Harry, of whom We know , lothing. .The cash sT'tem la better for all iartfel mid we t...

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. — 19 February 1857

Scientific, Agricultural, Mechanical. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. A LOOK ABOUT HOME. .7.(WMU1. Toledo hm days sino I rl not v k iUls, lorprissd to bear ons or the old crt I i4acM remark, thai Ibe farmer of Lucas Court jAi. did not look in as ,'ood co-iiliiion at the 1 "preswnt tims( a Ihejr dht tea yenra au I' eofurthermure that the fwneri of to da) wou'd 'not totnpart laTorablt with (hote nt tea jtwtt ... back. ' :,; ""Novr, jentWmtB, ijcossidsr theeatiion V uncalled lot, and without foundation ia bet. ITbat their haa baanjt great impromment in M' th kgrieoltarai drparlmeot of Laoa Couutj witbla the Uat.Ua Jteartl ean biar testimony JlM eaeh farmer in thia county rut about him, anrl compare the improTaments now in -kb immediate neighborhood srth what they Hv were ten year ago, and waik the dill.rcnoe, '" and 1 am satisfied that he would have no i1 eaaie to complain of the ptogreaa mrad .'J "Look for a moment at the amount of the products of the farme that eare artkd into the eaity 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. — 26 February 1857

Qu 'I :r -! A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests ofWood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign VOL.1V. PEERYSBURG, O., THTJHSDY, FEB. 26, 1857. "THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS DEATH." Tar'i bo inch thing U deftth"- To thoM who think aright, Tii bat tho racor casting off What most impedes his 0ight; Tti hut one little act, Life's drama Bust contain; One straggle keener than tho real, And then, an ond of pain. N There's no sneh thing as death" That which to thns miscalled, la Ufa mc aping from the ehalna That have so long enthralled; Tia a one hidden star, Piercing the clouds of night. To shine in gentle rodianoa forth Amid lu kindred light. - There's no sneh thing as death" In natnre, nothing dios; From aeh small remnant of decay Home forms of life arise. The faded leaf that falls All sere and brown to earth, i Ere long will mingle with the abapM " That giro the floweret birth. . z "There's no snch thing aa death;" r Tls hat th...

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. — 26 February 1857

PERRYSBUliG JOURNAL K. A. 1IIOUINH, I'.Ullor. ftflseopvnns vear.ln itiWanctvt.. ...... . 1 Art AlWuhsr.rlpltnnR not paid withlnilt miiirtha.',! (10 Penysburg, Thursday, Veb. 23, 1857. A Violent Democracy--No. 1. To th Binds of careful observer of pass ing trents, modern democracy presents a pint of feckless Ueterminatlon to rule or iu ia to such an etlent as lo greatly alarm tlie lover of republican liberty. When in office, It regard far law, justice, and right, timet be uhsbrrieot Ur ilia U-rotrtrfu1 dtmnnds of , party aat parftcana. - The people's mom y is sed ander pretence of official authority, for purposes th most unlawful and tlie' least war ranted bj tha Interests of the people. Par ly1 tuds and party men never cry aloud for id, but patty officials can 1 e found ready to rob the people's money from tlnir treasury to meet the demand. But we designed in this article rather to show their persistence in known and acknowledg d social and political wrongs, than to expos' the unbri...

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. — 26 February 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. Ksjatern matl--Mar, al 11 .'slock a. M.,andarrlves f i o clock p. M daily. Pindlay niatl IjAafoa oa Wednesday, and Saturday. se 7t.n.,n arrive, on lue.day.and tridays.at 4 p.m. Fottoria Lmtu Thursday, at 8 A. m and arrivee I Friday at li w. .Weet.rain:Ul--Leareerery Monday morning atS A Jf. and arrirea at r. m . same dav. JOHN POWERS, Post Master. To Atl ver.'lscru, TTfE -AMULET, a Literary and Family Xewapaper, ft tbliehed In Manmea City, hai a larger circulation In X'MA jojnty,4Natide of Toledo, than any uther paper, ikiA la therefore tJre bent medium for adrnrllsl no Ad- A. PARLiMAV & Co ' r Ohio. ....... Manmee City, ' ' i . e , - I'p-Impnrtant to Everybody. . aenafter.no adverrieement will be admitted into the tot swat -vntit H li paid for.axcept where there ia a ttoeTaT agreement to the contrary and in all cuaea, tlie -..noa presenting an advertisement for Inaertlon, will at held respoasfble for the tame. We.aannot pa...

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. — 26 February 1857

Scientific, Agricultural, Mechanical. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. Time the Farmer's Treasure. -.'.' Thar U no amplo) rasat better Emitted to sttiara lb inprovemont of all oWa time, paniealarl of tboM fragmenla which r so .'. vfisn BBiruprot.d. lhn lhtof tha farmer. ; Then ara nan ocoupailoD. in which lime U " necessari! lost, to tba occupation Itself, be cause of hindrances which, to Mopping on part, atop all. Tnero ara Inurrala in, moat persons' business which eannol ha 61led up - with any tiling pertaining to tha business it " ' aalf, baoania tba main thing to be dona ie it- - at If alDoal tba only thing. It it true thatno nan, whntortr hit occupation, need waste .. any portion of time, howere small, fur he ean employ It In a thousand things which will promote hit I eypineie atd n tjlulncsa, though not bearing ditto ly upon hi main object of ' pursuit. Heean bars alaayi at hand a book, . or a aubjeot of aiudy to i naga hit thoughts . when they are lemp-.rtrily rriatoed from daily bus...

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. — 5 March 1857

Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Ilome and ForeigD-Itevs Vol. ivy From the Cayuga Chief. SONG. ir way Is c And oanaot be divided." Miss Bnun Veil, thou art mine and t am thine; , . No earthly hand eah sever The tie that binds thy heart to mine, : And mine to thee; forever. Kind friends are 'rdnnd our happy way; , Lore's swaetest radianee throwing; And anftly thrftngh the Rummer dayt Joy'i genial breezes blowing. - - -And evwr on Ufa's changing -seat In bright or stormy weather j "Still hopefnUy-stlU trustfully We'll breast the wave together, , Though sorrow may d'ei-sprcad with atoms . Our path that now lies glowing. And silent sleep thnitt cherished forms Beyond our life-streams flowingr Ttod-watenetl o'er each household shrine) He will forsake us, never; As f am thine, and thon art miue; And we are His-.forever. And ever, on life's rhanglrig Hen; In bright or stormy weather; Still fearle...

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. — 5 March 1857

JT.fi".". perkysbuiig" journal, K. A. lllUUINct, Killtur. TERMS: Onaonpvnne rear, In alvanee $1 AO' AllsillMriptlnnsnntpnidwlthlnli avintha.3 00 lnys-ninc, Thursday, March 5, 1857. A Violent Democracy-No. 2. In our Just, wo gave few of the more prominent buraottrislics of dcmocrslio rule in Kansas, and intended to ssy no more upon that joint ; but recent events, not hitherto noticed, propcrly'bclon to the subject under consideration, 'una" forcibly illustrate the ex treme folly to which modern democratic lead ers are prepared to resort for the purposo of retaining the whole South as a democratic unit, hoping, by its aid, to keep perpetual control of the offices and fund of the gene ral government, and we therefore determined to clear up one thln at a time. In our Inst we showed that the legisla ture of Kansas was nothing more nor less than a m'ub that it had been amply proved to be fuch by the testimony of scores of wit nesses, and is acknowledged to be an illegal body by the most p...

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. — 5 March 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MVILS. F.astarn inlllMLmvHtt 11 o'clock A. at .,andarrlvea li o'clock p.m., lft)yw j -i , t .... Flndlajniall-jLaTel ftrl T.dnesttTaM Saturdays I 7i.M ..awkartf sas on 'iSesdafs anSJ Fridays, at a F.M. Fnstnria--Lsa.es Thursdays at 8 a! M.,and arrives on Fridaj at 5 p. M. , ' Western nvtil--Leaves every Monday fnornlng at 8 at. and arrives at A p.m. same dav. - - - ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MVILS. JOHN POWERS. Post Master. To Advertisers. TUB A5fTJT,F.T, Literary and Family Newspaper, published in Mnmnee City, lil s larger circnlation in Lucas cnuny. outside of Toledo, tlian any other paper, and Is tliersfbra the best medium for advertising. Ad dress - ' ; A. PARLIMAX Co., : Maumee City, Ohio. To Advertisers. Cash Up--Important to Everybody. Hereafter, nb fosartiaemea wHI be admitted into the Jm st. until It Is paid for, eicept whore there U sperial agreement to the contrary ; and In all cases, the person presenting an advertisemen...

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. — 5 March 1857

Scientific, Agricultural Mechanical. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. Rural Discourse—No. 1. A JWsrcHsrt Mki regjrd.th tha Mft of hit BomI" Mercy1 hath tta tra ivor of rzllene, for it impliei both compassion aod depand bm. Compasaion, io bira with whom it powr, Jporeor hi lho that are tha rteipienU of mercy. If there wu bo dped anc. theft would b bo ned for mrcy, and It ,kM mm mm MA lniflnHpnl tlAr lh.r could be bo ezereiie of mercy. Bat wo hall not diieoarM of that quality of mercy whioh as anoblee the higher intelligences of heareo and earth, for we hare asiumed the lowlier task, to tDeafc of that phaee of rural life. which the eeaaon force upon the attention of Ihoae who bare the orenigbt ol domestic animal, but for mercy and pecuniary inter eat. It ii farther written, "But the tender mcrciet of the wicked and ernel." We hare not notr taken noon ne to apeak to thoie out' law against humanity, who have perrerlid aod ttiOod the holy gift of tendernesa. but to such aa elsss themselves with ...

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. — 12 March 1857

v ' ., - yj r: - . . . i i , m , . . . , . , . , "ir " - r - A' Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign Ncvs VOL.IV. iPHRYSBtmq, P., THURSDAY, MABCH.l 1857. TQ. ZSILlV. From the Amulet. TO THE WIND. Bweep on, thou stern, wild, wailing wins', There's manic In thy moan. That wakes within this weary heart, Kali many an answering tone Tboa breatbeat o'er ite slumbering chorda, Htrange memories, all thine own," Ronu not Ite olden minstrelsies, pitiless wind, aweep enl Tat, yet they cannot make my way, More dark and dreary seem; I would that they were mine once more. If only in a dream. Bring from the aoul'a long treaaored gfavee, The hopea thitt onre could be Ban in the night of life yet they Are nothing note, to me. low me, how one by one, their rays .Faded from out the iky, How the long nights, and cheerless days, .Dragged alowiy, sadly by, How surely oVr the hearta I loved, Crept t...

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. — 12 March 1857

PERRYSBUHG JOURNAL, I). A. IlKiUIKS, Kdllor. V TERJIS: t ntitnnpvnn Tear. In ilinnrf .J..f1 M Allsilh,rrljitlonanntpsMrlthinsji mnnh.2 00 Peirysburg.Thurstlity, March 12, 1?57. A Violent Democracy—No. 3. shown, in tlio.two previous articles, that the late administration and its foilowars, disregarded all law and every principle of right, justice, and humanity, to sacure the suc cess otdemocwio men," and their measures, in Kansaa, we shall, pow come ncarei home and exposj their naked deformity as cxhibit d in the farcical proceedings by which two political demagogues are hiding their seats in the United State Senate as representatives from the State of Indiana. During the session of the legislature of that State previous to the one now in session in 1855 we were in Indianapolis, and took iomo interest in the unsuccessful effort made to elect a United States Senator. The Re publicans had a large majotity in the House of Representatives, while the Democrats had meager majority in the S...

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. — 12 March 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. ARRIVAL AN DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. Saltern maiMjeaVcs At lln'Clotli.M.,andarrlra t a o'clock p. M dally. ' ' Flndfay itikil l.eii'ves on Isrlnesdnyennd Satnrday-B ttk.M..end arrives on TuetlaYSandFridays.at4 p.m. ffoetoria--Leaves Thursdays at 8 A. St., and arrive, on Friday at5 l. m. Western m ill--I.eafMeTery Monday morning at8 a M. ftndarrirea at 4 P. H. same da,. JOHN POWERS, Post Master. To Advertisers. ' - THB AMULET, a Litemry and Family Kcwjpapor, 1a.blished In Maunvw City, haa a larger circulation In Xncaa oountv,. outsido of Toledo, than any other paper, and la ther.fore.the 'jest medium for advertising. Ad-' drill A. PAllU.M.VN i Co., ," Mnnmc CilJ. Ohio. Canta-ITi, Important to Everybody. Hereafter, no advertisement will be admitted into the Jiwsni until It la paid for, except where there i a apeclal agreement to the contrary ; and in all caaee, the parson presenting an Advertisement for Insertion, will be held responsible for the same. We cannot pa; ...

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. — 12 March 1857

Scientific, Agricultural Mechanical. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. THE WEATHER. Th lsl Autumn was a oharming one weather iu delightful the roads una sally goood. and nerer In finer condition. The people enjoyed exoelluot health, and a remarkable flow of spirit. A mild winter and open winter at the west, era universally predioted iron the Alman ack Maker teemed to hsimoniss with tie multitude in regard to the weather, when lo and behold in November the winter set In, In earnest, it commenced raining and free ing at the same time producing iee and covering the arth with it cold mantle. Then a light snow succeeded, and the cold became intense, and continued with little or no abatement until the very last days of January, when suddenly it became Mild, at evening the sleighing, was delightful ; but when the morning came the aaow bad disappeared, and we were permit ted once more to look upon old mother earth. .' The weather continued mild, and even summerlike for several days with a (oft warm ...

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. — 19 March 1857

A Weekly Newspaper, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts Sciences, Home and Foreign News VOL.IV. PEEYSBURG, O., THURSDAY, MARCH. 19, 1857. NO. XLV ..' .... .. .' . ..!..-! -L 1L.'JL- From Life Illustrated. VOICES OF NIGHT. BY SARAH A. CASE. Tha gushing sonad of waters soft- (Jushiog, over gushing! Vail aa my ear with their silvery lone, oS V, TSSS, wr,h"irrTk. mesa"-1 Uoshiag, ever roihingl Tha tall trees waving by the winds . Waving, aver waving! With strong, stirring voices they speak to my heart, In.the stillness of eight I hear them, and start; They bid me be fearless, stilt braving my part Braving, ever braving! The ptle stars shining In the sky Shining, ever shilling! They tell efa heaven, with beauty rife, Beyond their limits bevond earth's strife, And my spirit is pining for holier life Pining, ever pining! Nightly these voices are speaking to me Hpeaking, ever speaking! They breathe of the sacred memories of love, Of the shadowed future 1 long to prove, Of...

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. — 19 March 1857

PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. E. A. HIGGINS, Editor. TERMS: One copy one vear.ln 'Wnnre,...A fl 50 AlWnbsrrlptlonsnntpaid withinsiz. months. 2 00 Perrysburg, Thursday, March 19, 1857. The Dred Scott Decision. The Supremo Court of Oie United Stales las firittlTy come lo ft conclusion in trie Dred Scott Case. The opinion of a mnjority of the Court m pronoanoed by CLief Justice Ta ney cn the 6 th imt. This cas3 has r uited universal attention, and the'opioioa of tho Court lias been lojkeJ for liartl.tq. villi deep interest. The q'icsllon was one involving the constitutionality of tho Missouri Compromise, and it was most anx iously hoped that the Court, entitled as it is, from its high judicial authority. t the respect of the civilissd world, would hare some re gard to the universally received opinions of mankind upon the inalienability of the abso lute rights of man, and upon doubtful points would have given at least a liberal construc tion of the constitution in f.ivor of freedom ; but we have ...

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. — 19 March 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MVILS. Eastern mait'-llrswsfctCiWcIocli . V.,nJacrvOT tts o'clocjt r. Mitdiitlgi. t k - Ftnillay nmtlJ.oiivoe on Wcdnesany ind Saturday. l7A.M.,and arrWe.on TuoMlaysandr'rida.s.Bt 4 r.M. FnitoHa Loavos 1'hursdara at 8 A. u.,a.nd arrives n Friday i'. m. ... . i Westam null liOftTeseyery Mauday morning atB A af.aiidarrives at4 PjM'.MunutUT. JOHN POWERS, Post Master. To Advertisers. TII6 AMULET, a Literary and Family Newspaper, iblished in M.unico City, has a larger circulation In Lucas county, outside of Toledo, (hmn aoy other papor, and U therefore the licit medium for ndvertUinfr. Address A.rARLIMANr & Co., Jlnumcc'ityj Oiioij j To Advertisers. Cash Up--Important to Everybody. Hereftef,no adrertjesmeiit wiilb admitted into the juiint until it U paid for, eicept where there h special agreement to the contrary and In all the parson presenting an dortleinent for Insertion, will ae held responsible for the eamo. We cannot pay our aj.b...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 19 March 1857

Scientific, Agricultural Mechanical. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. The Smithsonian Institution—Its Objects and Value. I hT, (r la firi lima, visit) tha Saita oaian Institution. Th baUdiag I aatqn, aad ita architecture pernst a pWaeiog -Mat wita that of tba arruadinf aablt truildiof. Fair visitor to Ihta laeiitaiiao, ar awn fortvaat than I w, hi fcaviaf attention raid to tbam. 1 ipaat tba greaser porlloa of two dj ia it, aad, daring tha whola of thi lima, wa accompanied by eitber Prof. Baird. t ret. Hear, or Prof. N jwbtrry. v I - 1 . 1 I . I. I .L X waa onaueiea lomutfuuiii d Breadth and dtpth of tha lastitu ion, and im thwa tha thousands upon thoasaad spest biu of Naloral History, dapotiiad ia iba Iattlutioa ay ry Exploring' Expeditioa whiah hai ratarned line Iba lastiiuuua baa ha asiitaBa. I aoofau that 1 aniared th difie with prejuHi- againtt the Institution, but th traib eoon dispelled th rroeoae iaipraeaiaBi I bad received. I bow eoosider ! it th greatest Institution for the advance...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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