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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 13 August 1857

O .. . . ' ;: t A JVlyJvspapcrDevotcd tojhe jntcrcsts of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. pa The haf YOL. V PEREYSBUEG, O., THUESDAY, -A.TTGTJST 13, 1S57. irsro. -xiy; PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. MEKTS. AMENDMENT NO. I. , Resolved by tho (icncrnl Assembly of tllo Rtare of Ohio, Three-tilths of the members elected to cuch - House conoarrlug therein, That It bo and hereby is proposed to tbo electors oi' this state to vote on the tiecoitd Tuusdny of October next, upon tbe Approval or rejection of the fallowing amendment an a substi tute for the twenty-lirth section of the second article of the constitution and for tbe second section of tbe aaine article, and for the third section of the eleventh article, via: nil regular sessions of the (U-nerttl As ncinbly shnll commence on tbe first Monday of Janu ary, annually. Senators shall be elected bieuially, and representatives annually, by the electors of their re s...

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 August 1857

VEKRYSP.UU3 JOURNAL. K, A. lflU(ilN, Kitilor. MaVjopfone fear.ln alranea 1 3 Alli'll)i".rlplloiunotiniilwHliilni moillliaK 00 Perrysburg, ThursJuy, Aug. 13, 1857 Republican Judicial Convention. The RmuhHcana ol the S snlillvlloii In tlio 3d Jn tii..t MnlinaiAii tn acnd dclrffAtea to Judicial Convention, which will inert In tha town of Cny. In the eotiniy o( WvnBdot, Ohio, on fuoidsy, Tha bul of representation will beonedclc(tlo for ..oh SO Totes cult for John C Kremont.at the lata IW Id.ntUI election, end o.ieaudlllunal delegate foi overy fraction of not leaa tlian 25. The total number of delegates by this bauli will be 171; m1 from each county will number axfollowi: 8eneca County 51 Crawford County.... 31 Hancock 34 Wood " ... -2 Wjandot - O. W. UKIIKT, Chairman, J. M. PATTKHSON. Seneca, JACOB SCHIIOOUS, Crawford, J. K. CAl'LKH, Hancock. V. HOIXEXHKIJK, Wood, RqmMcm Cmlral Crmiuttrt. 3d Sii. 3d Judicial Dill. UPPER SANDUSY, O., July 26, 1857. Republican Representative Convention. 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. — 13 August 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Ip-littpDil inl to nvei'j, lol)-. IIereaftar,no advertisement will bo ailiiiittetl intti the Journal until It Is pVtJ for,r'ept wliure there 1. e special agreement to the contrary ; and In nil case,, the perion preaentlng an aiWcrtisejapnt for lncrtiun. m ill be hold roipontihlc for the eam v cannot paj onr debt! with accounts on Tom, Dick, and Harry, of whom We knor nothing. The cash tytttm la better for all parties, and rr thitlt wlhrrt to it. School Examiners' Notice. '' The board will hold their next regular session for the examination of Tcachera, at I'crrysburg on the tlrat Tuesday In Sept. In addition to the usual cour,e, nil Tcai:hor v ill hereafter be examined In American Hintory. No applicant will he examined who la not present punctually at 10 o'clock A. m. J. W. WOODBURY, Clerk. fXTS" Tliu lliilt'alo boil's now Icavu Toledo at hsIC past twelve o'clock P. M. Goo, W. Uruwii it Co., aril putting an on gine into their fonmlry, nud will no longer depe...

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. — 13 August 1857

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. No. 175.] AN ACT. T oT the liijuidatiun of ct rtain cln'nn Against thi Stale. Biio. 1. Re it enact-d by tho General Assembly at the Stale of Ohio, Thai it tdiali be lawful fur ftny peraon elainiing any balance due hiro on account of work done or materials furnished for building the new State House, the Lnnatio Asy lum at Dayton or at Newburg, or on account of furniture for the tame, under any contract made, or purporting to be made by any officer or agent of the state, to commence an action in the superi or court or court of common plea of Franklin . county Against tlio 8 tote of Ohio, fur such balance, la which he shall tile a petition and state therein, in ordinary and concise laiiffu igo the facts consti tuting his cause of action, and thereupon a sum mons shall issue and be served upon the governor iu the sam? manner as is provided in the act to ea tabltsh a code of civil procedure. Sec. 2. Jt shall ho the duty of the attorney gen eral to de...

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. — 20 August 1857

.4 fr rmr ar I sr m kv h u m ra h as hi m A .Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home andlporein Newt VOL. V. PERRYSBUEG, O., THURSDAY, AUGUST SO, 185' PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. MEKTS. AMENDMENTS NO. I. ReolTi1 by the General Ansenibly of the State of Ohio, Three-limn or the mitmiwrii eiectci to each Route eonenrriuff therein. That it he end hereby in proponed to the a lectors of thin state to vot on the Mcon I Ti.atw.fty of October next, upon the approval or rejection of the following emendmcnt m nnhnti tntafor the twenty-tifth Mtct.011 of the ncron.l Article of the conmiiml-in nnd for the second section of the eeme rticle, and for the third suction of the eleventh article, t. : nil Titular session of tha (.eneral As Mmbly Rlmll commiince on the Hrst Monday of Jn ry, aniitinlly, Hon atom ah all Iwult'cte.. biimially, and representative annually, by the electors of their re spective 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. — 20 August 1857

V- - - anrl Mr. O'irwine of Cincinnati, wilhilryw mm of Mr. Bukir, " Haeotid ballot Hlair, 127; Rianvll, 221. The nunvnatinn ti then ma le unanimous. For Mfiulwrof tho Hnarl of f'ubi.o Workt, tha following Rillritii-ii wt-ru put l n.niiml i-in : B.nj. KKrfloiU.n f Hnnilti"i J. BiiiaVuHilirfur, Jr., uf Tucarwii, Samuel I'. So of Laii-a., IHr 1W Chapin of Wmhinirion. Jaottb Exhort of War-r-n. J H Whitmannf Clark, 8. Francis, J. Mjers of Stark, Mnirjs dwirrt nf Ouerlley. At the conclusion of Ihti b.l lot i n , a number of ditlrgaiion. ankcd lcnve to change their roles to Blickenaderfer, and it being appaent that he had more than a majority of ail the Tutta cast, Mr. Blickenaderfer wan, on motion, declared the nomi ne for Board of Public IVorks. Tha committee on State Central Committee re ported tha following names : Wra, Denniaon, Jr., Lusian Buttles, William T. Unicorn, Dr. R. N. Barr, N. H. Swnyne, Or. J. II. Coulter, George M. Parsons; which report was received and adopted. The Comm...

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. — 20 August 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cn trp Iiilt:" Everybody. jiOTfter,no"l:ii'" willbo admitted into the Jo' ;n ontll it I pJ fur, , -opt whore there 1. a (facial agreement tu the contrary : and hull caies.the perso. presenting :.n a lr,rtlmciH for Insertion, will j b held responsible for tli. seme. W. uinnot p.y our ( dabu with aoaounts on Tom. Dick.an.l Hum, nfwlmm era know nothing. Tin e;wh jm isueiterior an parties, unit thnll wlkert tait. ' . School Examiners' Notice. Th board will bold their next roRillitr session for ihe examination of Teachers, at Perrysliurg on thettrst Tool-lay in !ept. Ia ad.lltion to the osu.l course, ell Teachers Till kereafter be examined In American History. No applicant will bo examined who is not present at 10 o'clock a. . J. W. WOODBURY, Clerk. jjsrf- Fiue tomatoe have imtdo their appearance lu our market at 30 cents a peck. -Thecboinor Leaia C. Butt, i loading with lumber at thin port for BufTolo. Hon. E. Wilson and J. Austin Scott, Esq., have our thank for Bpec...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 20 August 1857

AGRICULTURAL. Underdraining. To Ulk of the bi Hi fits of drains.. dllrini ft rf'-y hot tummcr mny ftpptnr to ome peo- jM m inapposite i m congratulate the 111' mute of mi irnn dwrllimr-iiouse on bis pos session of a fire-i-Rcane. So prevalent is tho belief llmt undHrilrnining is useful solely for int purpose ot leilm? out water rrom the soil, that eompnrfttively few practical farmers look for any advantage ezoept in a wet season: Bot that they are ignorant of other uses of drainage besides letting off surplus saturating water : no farmer worthy of the name, would wish to conduct lain-water off his land by surface-grips, or have recourse to underd rain ing simply to tap the soaking subteranean springs. We know better than to seek mere ly the drying up of our fields : we eagerly eatch (he futilining ruin, and filter it through our soil, and have even got as far as " aera tion." It is clear that by sending down the rainfall through the soil in quick and unob itucted percolating streams...

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. — 27 August 1857

A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics. Literature. Agriculture, Education, the Arts "arid '1 iinmi, nJ TT ... . ' imu i Uillgu lllVTC, "VOL. V. PEERYSBUEG, O., T.HUESDAY, A'UGUST -27, 185" PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. m.-sts. AMENDMENT NO. I. Resolved by the fni'r.il AsinMy nf tho Stntft of Ohiu, 'llin-i'-tirtli of tin; nii'tuliei .'lcctfi, in carl. nmsi I'oin.'irr.njr thi'n.iu. That it lie ami hereby is rni'"l lit the rli-rturM (if tlii fUti; In vote on the mii'oml TncHiliiy nf Oi-i'M'r next, upon tint iipi-rnviil or prjiM'.timi ol'ihc Mrim hit? i.ii.i-mliiu;iit a a rfubrt'i tnto for tia' t'Vfiity-lifth Hortimi ol' the accoml art it 1 nf tin: eonstiiirb)ti anl for tin? weoiiil RerUnn of the mru art irks in: 1 fur tin thinl ii.i.n.i of the I'l.-wnth rtirli, viz : All fifuur rvntiuin of th (ii-n rut Ah Hotnlilv fh,ill cumin Miee on this i r-t M-m la- if .I.i.mi- tr., iniiiil.Liiv. S .-ii.i'or s'lai! be ... ti-.l i.t.'in;.:. . .ml rcprfMitiitive at...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 27 August 1857

PEKRYSDURS- JOURNAL. E. A UlUt-lVM, KdUoi. TKHMHl Oleeopyone feaf.ln adrnni" ,....$! An AUnhirripiioiMiiotjiai(l witlitnsix month. i no Perrysburg, Thursday, Aug. 27, 1857. KEPl'BLICAX STATU TICKET'. toB GOVERNOR, SALMON P. CHASE. - TOR MKUT. OOVKRNOR, , MARTIN WELKER. ' ynn awnr-rny op s-tatk. - ADDIM 1. KINKEM. rin tkr Osiinmi, AM1CLII I HI OE. i?iilto m ii-irri:. von no.nn or rrni.if wmins, jacou KLi ui:Aisi;iirL;st, Jr. tror Jntfire of t Sn'nfit)inn of Sit Ju Hvinl District, JOHtf C. LKK, of Seneca County. Republlciiu lCrMr'ali4tive Convention. Tho Republicans oftho enmities of Wood nnd Oltnwa are requested to send dclctf iteR to a llepublicnn Con vention, in be held nt Woodvile, on Weilnesilnv, Sep te in her 2d, At 10 o'clock a. m , fur the purport! of.unmb nnUiiff ft representative, to bo supported by tlic Kepub licaaa ef this district. Tho ratio ol representation will be ono doletnite for rvnry fifty republican votes .riven at tho last I'residcu. t".Al election, uml iiihf lor...

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. — 27 August 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash, Un-Important to Everybody. fftreafter.nVj adv. ..seinent willbe Admitted Into the Ipvmrtu until it h paid for.es. "ept where there ii a ptelal agreement to the contrary ; and in all oases, the person preientlngan advertisement for Insertion, will be held responsible for t!io iame We cannot pay onr debts with account on Tom, t)!cktand Ilurrr, of whom we know nothing. The cosh system Is hotter for all parties. ant tee'thatt atWite to it. School Examiners' Notice. The board will hold their next regular session for the examination of Teachers, at Perrysburg on lllellrat Tuesday In Sept. In addition to the nsual course, all Teachors will hereafter be examined in Ainericitn History, No applicant will be examined who is not present at 10 o'clock A. J. W. WOODBURY, Clerk. "ff"The Senatorial convention meets at Na poleon on next Thursday. (QrThe Indianola, luwa. Visitor, says wheat tells in that market for 75 cenla per bushel. S-Mr. Colea has rem...

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. — 27 August 1857

From the Philadelphia Gazette. SHAMS. Thit it emphmicallr the age of finery ' W are all running after appearances. In trad of driving to obtain (lie best, mi nre onnlent willi the Dearest cheap imitation of it We have abandoned realities and are grasp ing al their shadows. We sy, whit is the tjae of paying a great price fur ft sterling ar ticle, when we can get something that looks just like it for a little one ? So we take the ham and reject the genuine, and then pat oil i selves on the back for our threwdness and economy. We have got the glitter : who cares for the gold ? Te old proverb is mm ty and behind the age. We hive run so far ahead of its fogyistn in our fast way of doinw things, as to have discovered that it is flitter which makes the value of the medal, and not the solidity and purity of the world. We build houses with fine brown stone fronts made of brick, and covered with paint ed and sandtd piaster, marked off into nham blocks ; we enter them through oaken or wal nut ...

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. — 3 September 1857

ftp ii nnrmil A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education," the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign Ncws. VOL. V. PEEEYSBUEG, O., THUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1857. 2STO. XVII. PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. AMENDMENT NO. I. Resolved by the Ueneral Assembly of th State of Ohio, Tbreo-flflhs of the members elected to each House conenrriue; therein, That It be aud hereby is proposed to the electors of this state to vote oa the sscorul Tncsuay of October next, upon the approval or rejection of the following amendment as a auhsti tnte for the twentv-llfth section of the second article of the constitution and for the second lection of the ame article, and Tor the tiiird section of the eleventh article, viz: all regular action of the (Icneral As sembly shall commence on the lint Monday of Janu ary, annnallv. Senators shall lie elected Menially, and representatives annually, by the electors of their re spective counties or district...

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. — 3 September 1857

J'fiKKYSHUUO JOUKNAL. TUU.UM Onenonr ma viar.in Wince $1 All i-ih. 'lotion imfviid wit Id mix mouth .'2 0 Porrysburg, Thin'stliiy, Sep. 3, 1857, HEPUBLICAX STATE TICKET. FOR OOVEKNOR, SALMON P. CHASE. FOR LIRUT. OOVKRSOB, - MARTIN WE LICE It. FOP. WFCHKTIRY OF RTATB, ADDISOX P. KUSSEH,. .I.! .. FiiH TRF. 8UF.KR., . , ALFltt:!) i. SXOSE. for si nirsin JrnoF. N1LTOJI SITLIFFE. ' FO miAHn OF FPHI-IC WOIlF. JACOB BiaCKEXSDEItVER, Jr. For Jndf of Srf 8nnlninM of id Judicial Dittrict, JOHN C. LEE, of Seneca County. Republican County Convention. Tlio l(omlilirnn of Wouil iminty nro riMniii'il to tnoct in convoiuiin nt Uoxloiz lirrn on f anir-liii tlie Mil il.v of .SVioiiiIkt, nt 1(1 oVbu-li A. for tti- ir pone oi noniin.itinjr o.ui.liil-.iti-s lor tin- follow I113 r,lll.-o, to he unpparlod at tlm einiiiiic fall oluctiom One coun ty clerk. 0110 iiiulitor, one in-oliute jiHle, one ftroHc- an.l ouo JAMES MURRAY, Chairman. August 10, 1857. Republican Senatorial Convention. The Republicum of )e...

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. — 3 September 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody. IJereaftef.tio adVertlscmcnt ill be admitted lino the Joubmii. until il I paid for.oxopt when there is a v special agreement to ilie contrnrv i and in all cases, (lie person presenting an adrtrtisement fur insortion, will . be held responsible fortlie eame. We cannot pay our dehti with account! on Tom, Dick, and Harrj, of whom we know nothing. The eaih system la better fjr all parties, and ttt that! adhere to it. Eugene Sue, author of tho Wandering Jew, diet! in Paris August 31. , It was so cool last Saturday that fires were built in sitting rooms, stores and offices. ' .jtjr-We Invito attention to tlio card of Cr.pt. M'Kinlcy. He will give due attention to all legal matters entrusted to bis care. Thore were present, at the Court Housc.on Tuesday last, sixteen young ladies and five young gentlemen, applying for certificates of competency ' to teach school. t& Charles Smith, a man of drinking habits, was fou...

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. — 3 September 1857

AGRICULTURAL. The Prospects. tb " That " coming events cmt their shadows before," it not al intra true, aud when the : agricultural, season is cut short at the com , mencement, no person oan tell how long Jack Frost will postpone his visits, and consequent . I7 all predictions as to the prospects of the com crop must be mere guess work, without . any tangible foundation on which to predicate ' an opinion. True, some persons claim that . late spring and a cool summer will produce an early frost, because, say they, the ground does not get warmed to a great depth, and is ' therefore easily overcome by he cool even ings of early fall. If this theory hsd always proved eor.ect, we might count definitely on an nnusual crop of soft corn this fall, but as there are exceptions to all general rules, so there have been exceptions to this theory, and we are encouraged, by tho past conduct of . dame Nature, to even hope against hope in matters over which she has exclusive con ' trol. Indeed it ha...

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. — 10 September 1857

A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News" "VOL. V. PERRYSBimQ, O., TIIUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IO, 1857. NO. s: VIII. PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. MENTS. AMENDMENT NO. I. ttetolved by tho Uetierttl Aum-mlily of the Stiitc of ., Ohio, ihree-nitus 01 mo nit'iinicru decum 10 uucii , House coocurriuK therein, That it le anil hcrcliy is proposed to the elector ot this etute to voto on the tuiuoml Tuesday of October next, upon the upprovnl or rejection of the follou ins mncmhucut an a Hiifmti tUtetr the twenty-liftli hoc f ion of tlic ftncoml article of the constitution anrl fur the At-coml met ion of the . same article, ami for tlio thir-l Bection of tho eleventh artiule, vm : all reRinnr new.niis oi tho tvncnti ah aainhlv Ahull eommuiicp on the Hnt Monilnv of Juim ary, annually. Sitimtor ahal! heelecteil hienlally, and rtJDreaentativeft anniinilv. hy the dee torn of their re- ape...

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. — 10 September 1857

PERRYSBURG JOURNAL E.A HIGGINS, EDITOR YFnecnpr one r-irt (,Tnnre $1 .ft Alltul(iititUtiMnotpiiidwrtl)in4ix months,. 00 Perrysburg, Thursday, Sep. 10, 1857. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR OOVIRNOR, SALMON P. CHASE s;. TOR UKDT. GOVERNOR, MARTIN WELKER. . t Frttt SACHET MIT OF STATR, ADDISON P. HlCLL. TUIt TBEARUHKfl, AH'HCI) P. STO.E. for srrnvMF .trpun, for nrunn of rrm ic work. JACOB UKKKSUi:itriK, Jr. Fur Jurlgt of Srf SHfi!visioH of 2d Judicial District, JUtiJS U. Librj, of Seneca Lounfy. For Snafor, GEN. C1IAS. W. HILL. For Rrpresmtatir, ERASMUS D. PECK. Hon. E.D. Peck. Our nominae for K-prcsentntive, is not on office-seeker, is no politician, ami only consents to serve the people of litis district another term because they want the privilege of endorsing his consistent and correct policy, as exhibited by acts in the last l gislature. The peopli of this district owe it to tliemiolves, and to the friends of Right who manfully battled ilia corruptions l Stale officials sidii by side with...

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. — 10 September 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY CoVlTp Impoituiit to Everybody. H.reaftar.no .drertliemen. witlbe admitted Into tl.s ' Jodbkai nntll It Is VM for,ax-ept where then, li pmU1 grMmnt to the contrary ) nd In 11 cmol, tlie p.non preientlngan adrertlicment for Insertion, will fc. h.ld r.iDoniiblo for the nme. Wo OBnnot pn J our d.bt. with aoooanti on Tom, Dlck.end Harry, of whom know nothing. Tho cash system li bettor for all parttel, md let thall adhtn toil. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. VOR AUDITOR, JAMES W. E0S8. TOfi TBIAStTHER, EBENEZKR GRAHAM. TOR CLERK, JOHN WEBB. FOR PROSBCTJTINd ATTORNET, J. F. PRICE. FOR PROI1ATK JUDOE, WILLIAM EW1NG. FOR COMM1HRIONER, II. L. WOOD. The County Convention. The Republican county Bowling Green Inst Saturday, was well attend ed every township in the county wing n-iuis- fccnted. We never attended a nomiuating con vention that passed olT with such universal bond Awliiie as did this one, and in that general Vleterm'maliuri to seek alone to nominate good and true men, we...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 September 1857

I OWE NO MAN A DOLLAR. CHARLES P. SHIRAS. Oh, flol etivy. my own d-nr wiC The wealth nf our n.-xt .loir inMiflihoi-, fillt bill me mill to h.' stn It oi'lie.u l, And cheerfully fullo.v inv In! nr. Yoi mn.t kiin-.r,' (lie las' nf those little debt. That have ln-cn our lin.jerltiir sorrow. I paid tin nlirht: s 1 we'll hoth fto forth with happier hearts to-niorriov. Oh! the debtor is hnt a slmine-ficed dour, With the creditor's name onliiscllar. While I im a king, ami yon are a queen. For we owe no man a dollar! Oof tiftiphbor, yon nw In his much to-day, With his wife and his lliiuiitlni? dnniihter, While we sit ilown to our eovei lt ss board, To a crust, and n cup of wn'.-r; I paw that, the tenr-drop stood in your eye Thonffh you liicd vour best to concetti it; I knew that the contrast rcn.-hod your heart, And yon could not help hut feel it; But knowing now that our aeantv fare Haa freed my neck from the collar, Ton will join my laugh, and help me shout We owe do man a dollar! Thla ne...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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