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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 September 1857

cv V .J. V. -I... A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. "VOL. V. PEEEYSBUHa, O., THUESDAY, SEPTE.MBEE 17, 1S57. NO. XIX. PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. AMENDMENT NO. I. Besot red by the (Jenorftl Assembly of the Rtate of ' Ohio, Three-fifths of the member ducted to each ' Home eoneurriug therein, That it bo and hereby is proponed to the electors of this state to vote on tho ntcond Tuetulny of October next, upon tho approval or rejection of the following amendment as a suIphU tuto for tho twenty-fifth section of the second article of the constitution and for the second section of the ame article, and for the third section of tho eleventh Article, vis : all regular sessions of the (lenerul As sembly shall commence on the first Monday of Janu ary, annually. Senators shall heulcctcd bienlully, and representatives annually, by the electors of their re spective counties or...

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. — 17 September 1857

fEKHYSIlUnG JOURNAL, tj. A. IIIOWINN. Btlltnr. T-Jlt.M: One i"? ' . -) lear.in 1 : va ni-t.,... f. 1 fiO llnl-.r'ipi.nN iot naid vv itlii mix mnnlhi.tf 00 rerrysbui, ThuvsJj Sep. 17, 1857. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOft OOVIHtiOR, SALMON P. CHASE, FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR - MARTIN WELKER. Ton WKcnrrinv nt stat, AI1IM V. lirssELli. fu sirni-MK jrrnip, Miiro. sitliffe. vor iumwp op rrtu.tr wouks, ico 15 iairKrDEnii:( jr. for Jiitivr of Sti'nlvljfinti of 3. Jitff'rial District, JOHN C. LEE, of Seneca County, GEX. CIIAS. W. Ill Lb. ERASMUS D. PECK. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS! GEN. CHAS. W. HILL. Republican Candidate for Senator, and HON. A. COOK. Will alrlrc-sa tho p;iii!c of Wood Counly at tile ollouing tines ainl places, to nit : West Millgrove, o.i We.lu s lay, Sept. S3J. Portage, on Thursday, Si-pl. 21ih. Gilea I, on FrMav, September 25tli. l'errysburg, on Saturday, September 2fih. All of tin above meanings will ba held in the evening, ami the friend of Freedom sntl Free...

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. — 17 September 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody. - ilereafter,no advertisement willlid iltinitlcd into the J6sa.ll. nntll It l paid for,a"eui whore there li a tpecl.l agreement to the contrary J add In all onset, tho ' 'jUrson presenting o advertisement for Insertion, will ke held responsible for the lame. We cannot pay our , . debts with aooounts on Tom, Dick, and Harry, of whom I" w. know nothing. Ttat oash system It better for nil parties, and we thall atlhert to it. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. FOR AUDITOR, JAMES W. ROSS.. FOR TRSA8DKER, EBENEZER GRAHAM. For clkrk, JOHN WEBB. For proskcutihq attorney, J. F. PRICE. for probate judge, WILLIAM EW1NG. for commissioner, H. L. WOOD. ' The District Coutt will be in session in this place to-morrow, ' j(-TheM. E. Conferince commences its An taual session in Toledo to-day. The hog cholera is again raging with great fatality in Henderson County ,l4y. CCf", Governor Chase will speak in Toledo on Tuesday next, and in Bry...

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. — 17 September 1857

The Potato Rot. From the Lancaster (Pa) Times, August 19. 1 f Our worst fenri in rt'irard to the pointo rot nre likely to bo rcnlited. The lute rairn I would ecm to have been the immediate cituse. In proofoftliis.it may be stated thntwe have not heard of the crops being endH.ngr.tred Id 'J 'the higher grounds, tho rn.vn.ges being eon fined ptiucipally to the valleys. We hen r com - plaints from many parts of the country. Various expedients have been resorted td for " the pnrpose of stopping the spread of the dis- ease. One of oar readers recommends the vines to bo pulled up, leaving tho potatoes in the ground. To prevent them from ooming " up with the stalks, it is necessary to rest the loot on the hill. If some are rotten this ; method cuts of the connecting roots, and will save the remainder, lie ssyj he has tested ; this plan and found it successful. Others recommend the liberal application of pulver 1 i,;d lima an.l platter. For ourselves we be lieve no remedy can be found altog...

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. — 24 September 1857

Ik Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign VOL. V. PEREYSBURG, O., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 1857. PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. AMENDMENT NO. I. Iteaolvedny the Uenur.d Asmunbly of tho State nf Ohio, Three-llfths of tho member elected to each House conoorriurt tin-rein, That it lie anil hereby in proposed to Hie electors f this state to vote on the ntcond Tuesday of October next, upon the approval or rejection of ihe following amendment its a Hubnti- -tte for the twentydifth section of the second article C' constitution and for the second section of the ' rtit-le, titid for the third section of the eleventh !,vi. : all regular wessons of the (Jeneral An ombiy shall comni-iue on the first Monday of Janu ary, annually. Sen ilur s'.ull be eleeted Mentally, and representatives anuu.illy, by Die eleeluM of their re spective eon tub's or dUn-ii'isou Liu second l'mdiy of October. Thei...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 September 1857

fg0turali0iiHtia - - - K. A. IMUUINS, Uilllor. TEKM8I Oneopyone oiiT,ln lv.ncf .f 1 .Ifl AlUabsoription.notpiiid whlilmlie months. -J 0 Penysburg, Thursday, Sop. 24, 1S57. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. 0R OUVIHHOR, SALMON P. CHASE. " rOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, MARTIN WELKER. Ton ArrtlETABY HP M-ATR, ADUISOM 1. IH SNi;i.I run THKAminKii. AMliDU 1. STO.B. Pom mtmkmk jrnnF, miirox SiriXH'FE. von niMnn ok l-runn h-okkr, JTOlt ItLICUIMaEHFUR, Jr. For Jwicr nf M fiMiriiwn of Jwlirinl Diitriil, JOHN C. LEK, vf Seneca County. 'or Smntor, GEtf. CIIAS. W. HILL. For Krprrsrntnlirr, ERASMUS D. PECK. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS! There will be a meeting at GREEN, on Weilnoidiiy, Otfliilvr 7ih. G EN. HILL, HON. A. COOK, JOHN C. LUE. Esq., bikI ollicra hnvn prmniv 1 ! Iw prwnt on llio occasion. Fil!i:N!K i.l' Klll-.K!) M. turn out! ISy OnliT f II' p. O il. Coiniuil'tv. REPUBLICAN RALLY! The RcpuliliciuM of Purry-linr.; mil vU-'miiy, will be uddi iiA-cil by or Bryun, on Wii'liiual.!-cu-oiii,; uc.t, B otcrn'ocr 30, !Sj...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 September 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. .- Cash Up Important to Everybody. Her.after.no advortlscment will be admitted i ntii the ' Joorkai. until it is pnid for,o"ept wliero tliuro is , apsoiil agreement to (lie contrary j and in all cmes.tlie ,'. fmon presenting an advertisement for Insortlon, will b. held responsible for the same. We cannot pay our debts with accounts on Tom, Dick, and Ilnrry, of whom we know nothing. The cash system is better for all parties, and we ehall adhere to it. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. FOR AUDITOR. JAMES W. ROSS. FOR TRKsStlKKR, EBENEZKR GRAHAM. FOR CLERK, JOHN WEBB. FOR PROfRCCTINO ATTORNEY, J. F. TRICE. FOR FROBATK .IcnOB, WILLIAM ESVIN'O. FOR COMMlflSIONKIt, II. L. WOOD. School Examiners' Notice. The board will hold ttn-ir next regular nession fn the examination of Timelier, at rrry'mr;r nn tlie first Tuesday in Octnlier. There will -ilso bo iv meeting of the Examiners at Werft Millgruve on the Hint Tuesiluv of Noembor. In addition to the nsnni course, nil Tca,lie.l'H v...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 September 1857

For the Journal. The Ditch Law. PERRY TWP., Sept 14th, 1857. Mb. Iliiin-ri Sn : II it u.ll not ti ii-kirn too much ill yim, I ishniil.l In ir I 1 1 li . v you, or onij mi.' i l.ii in wlm n immiI'i I nun in b plnci'il, oihwit t.e liilliin i,iu ipn ,tnin i 1 1- tivettitlie .liic i Uv, tliron-ii l .e milium iu"r""1'-1 i ,. . l ,., , 1, Wan sail law ctilljlllllt mi .1 blum 1 1 meurlm nt of lat winUr ? 'i U it so n..w t 3. In it necessary to review or re.-unorli"ti a ditch locitid and apporliiineil befom Ills anK'Utl ment In onluT that llio uninule puitimi ol fie ditch may be sold nrreMilc t ) tliu provisions of the law? 4. If any p:i rt of said law is nncon itilntion.il. pleas? stale til it pjit in particular. My re.ison for asking you to answer the abuve questions llirniigli ill,- oiliimns ol the Journal is that their solution will b'nefU very inniy of your reatleri an well us m)self. Yn'i an well aware llltt before the rrsourresof WhoiI Motility can be fill ly ilevolopeil, a system it...

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 October 1857

U U U II U ti 11 HHiD A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News., "VOL. V. PEEEYSBUEG, O., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1857 ISTO. XXI. PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. MHST3. AMENDMENT NO. I. Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, Three-fifths of the memhera elected to each Home son.nrrins; therein, That it be and hereby ia proposed to the electors of this state to vote on the second Tuesday of Ortoher next, noon the approval r rejection of the following amendment as a snbsti lata for the tmenty-flfth section of the second article f the constitution and for the second section of tiie same article, and for the third section of the eleventh article, vis: all regular sessions of the (ienernl As sembly shall commence on the lirst Monday of Janu ary, annually. Senators shult Iteclected bienially, snd representatives annually, by the electors of their re spective countie...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 October 1857

PEliKYSBUKG JOUKNAL. K. ,V. UIWUINS, Kililur. TllKMHt Oaa i"p.T i ne ve.nr.l ii atlvtinco, ..$1 AO AlhurMi,riptlnniint)nihrit)limix mmitlia.3 00 Perrysburg, ThursJny, Oct. 1, 1857. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. F.IK UliVllUCOIt, SALMON P. CHASE FOB LtltTT. UOVRRNOR, . ! ; .5IA11TIN WELKER. KOM flKCHKTAllV Op PTATK, - - ADI)10 IV ItUS-M.I.L. Foil THK S11HKtt, ALri:i:i i stoxe. itiilto. m rrirrr. fou oun or rrni.ir wouk, jacoh blh iii;siturt:it, Jr. For Jwter nf 3. Su'"iehinu of l JilMrhl Tlittrict, JK311N 0. LEE, of Seneca County. Fur Ntnn'nr, GEN. CIIAS. W. HILL. For itrprimttat're, ERASMUS D. PECK. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS! There will be a mceling at BOWLING GREEN, on Wcilnejtlar, October 7th. GEN. HILL, HON. A. COOK, JOHN C. LEE, Esq., nil others linrc promise. I to be present on the cakn. FRIENDS o I' FREEDOM, turn out! By Otiler of Rep. Cen. CummiHec. REPUBLICAN RALLY!! nON. A. COOK, J. F. Pit ICG ESQ., and other good speakers, will adtlresa tlio people on the pol...

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 October 1857

LOCAL; AND LITERARY, ',C!ah Up Important to Everybody Hereafter.no alTertleivaut willhe admitted Intotlie J. iimu until it U paid for, -apt whore there ii , apaelal agreement to contrary t and in all ra'ri.tlia hi presenting an adrertlwunnt for in-irtlon, will fca held raaponiible for th tame. W eannot pay our tb with acconnu on Tom, Dick, and Harry, of whom w ksow notninpr. The eash ijrstem ii better for all , partial, and wt thnll attiite to it. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. 0H AUDITOR. JAMES W. ROSS. FOB TRIA8CKIR, EBENKZER GRAHAM. ron ct-SRK, JOHN WEBB. YOB PROSBCUTIMO ATTORHET, J. F. PRIGE. TOR PRonATR JUDOR, WILLIAM EWING. ' ' FOR COMMISSIONER, , H. L. WOOD. School Examiners' Notice. The board will hold their next rrgntar amnion fo ' the examination of Teaclicru, at Pcrrjnl.org on the first Tooaday ta October. -Tlirro will alio be a meeting of the Examiner at 'ct Milljrrovc on the Unit Tneiihiy ff Noremlwr ' la addition to the usual conrac, all Teachera illl Itereaftr be examined ...

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 October 1857

TOPPING AND HARVESTING CORN. - Tbero in much rl iff rune of opiuion and practice arming farmers ia the nutnugement of their corn crops. Some always practice Cutting the stalks sooo after Hie kernels bare bseome glased orohecked, believing that such avooars. hastens the ripening of the corn ; and the Mmoval of the stalks greatly facilitates the protess of harvesting, and that green-cut, well-cured' eornstalks are much more valua ble as winter forage for cattle, than the same would be if left uncut till the corn was fully ripened, as is the praolice of some. W e pre sume this is a cornet idea. But experiments msdo some jenrs since, by the lion, V. Clsik, of MHSsacl.uscttj, setm to prove that tte number of lujliils tf com per acre was touch lessened nlure the stalks are cut, com pared with portions of llio field where the corn was not topped, but nil left till the corn was fully ripened. By this experiment, the lass in grain must have been much greater than the iucrt ased vulue of the ...

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 October 1857

cm R " :. t A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. YOL.V. PEREYSBUEG, O., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1857. XO.XXIL PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. , , f MEHTS. AMENDMENT NO. I. tlMoWcd by tlie (tancral Atuwrnhly of the State of Ohio, Threa-llfthi ol' the rncinbeni elected to ea-ih Houm concurring therein, That it ho and hereby U proposed to tho electors or thin state to vote on the ncml Tuoaday of October next, noon tho approval . or rejection of the following amendment as a mibnti tuta for the twenty-ltfth iteetion of the second article VI tUC CUIlBbllUUUII UIIU lUr IIIU WfUIIU h huii wi mu same article, and for the third motion of the eleventh article, vis: allrcrff-.tr neuron of the tienerul As sembly shall couuuuuce on Hip tirrt Monday of J urin ary, annually. Senator ahaM heelected Im-nially, and reprefientatires annually, by the eluctvrs of thrtr re pective conn lira o...

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 October 1857

PBKRYSHUKG JOURNAL K. A. IHOU1N8, Editor. TERMS: One oopynna year,! n advanra 1 50 Allsubscriptionanotpaidwithfnsli months.2 00 Perrysburg, Thursday, Oct. 8, 1857, .1 i ..: : .. . 111 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. '.': FOR GOVERNOR, SALMON P. CHASE. ' : FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, ' MARTIN WELKER. Pnn BFcnftTAnY or utaf, --..' ADDIM P. UUSSELL. rR TnKAminFtt, ALFKED P. SIOE. for srrnrMK Jrnor. MI LTD SITLI1TE. 1 ' ' 1 ' mn BoXiio of prune wnwr. J A COB BLI(KESOEIlVER, Jr. for Jitftfe of Utt Sntffriwion of Jltt Judicial Dittrict, JO tlx U. LLti, o Seneca Lounttj. For tifnatnr, GEN. CHAS. W. HILL. For Itrpresftitatirr, ERASMUS D. PECK. Friends of Freedom! To the Polls! Next Tuesday there is to be another great strug gle between tho friends of Freedom and Free La kor and the allies of tho Slave Power, throughout Ohio. ' The, contest upon the stump and in the papers, thus far, has been one of marked biltcr- ucss and recklessness on tho part of the tools of the Slavery Extensionists. Forged assertio...

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 October 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody Hereaftor.na Jwriiiemiil willbc admitted into tli t JotnixiL "filll It pW f')f."pt wlicro thore in a ipaoial'agrraent to the contrary ; and In all oaui.tlic partita presenting an adrertliement for Insortlon, will tM kld (-.sponsible for tha umt. We oannot pay our d.bts llh accounts on Tom, Dlck.and Harry, of whom we know nothing. Tha cash system la bettor for all " parties, and Kt Mhall adliere toil. ' REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. FOB AUDITOR, ' ill.-1 JAMES W. ROSS. .( f1 : .. TOR TBIASUKER, EBENKZER GRAHAM. -. . VflR CLERK. ' JOHN WEBB. TOti fROSBCOTINO ATTORHIT, J03IAH F. PRICE. . TOR FRODATI JUDOK, WILLIAM EWING. TOR COMMISSIONER, HENRY L.WOOD. . School Examiners' Notice. rill ".-The board will hold their next regular session fo .u f T...,-licr. at Pcrrjsbnrg on the llrst . n.n will also be a meeting of laHnsjm utiww thc EKamlner. at West Millgrove on the llrst Tuesd OI riOTCiuiicr. . , ii.!..- i. , n.u.l conrs...

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 October 1857

From the Lebanon Star. THE CONGO DEMOCRACY SHOWN UP In their True Color! CHARGES ON THE CONGO DEMOCRACY. orators are 111 tbo daily habit or making the whole Republican party reopousiblo for the hasty tnd liiooDshlcrnte expression or particular Individuals. We re perfect Ij wllltnjt, uuluir as their rale is, to be tried by it but it is a" poor rule that won't work both "Ways," anil fcoiiaeqncntly, the Congo Democracy must bo 'tried by it also. We pro ceed, therefore, to prcpura a few charges against tb Gongoc, ml will giulain them by proof such Hvlbny h'g trd conclusive) when made agahist the Republicans. Wcclltrge the Cnngocs of the North with be fng parHcr.pt crimini with the Congoos of tho South in thu production of one million of mnlat tow, and for all the disgusting concubinuge which prevails in the Socrcty of the South. We charge the Congo Democracy with favoring lb enslavement or Knusus in order to introduce Amalgamttliou, and all its odluus lectures, iuto that t fritory. 1 W ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 15 October 1857

curt if A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News .; VOL. "V. PEREYSBURG, O., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1857. 2STO. XXIII prog A PLEA FOR OUR PHYSICAL LIFE. BY CHARLES MACKAY. We do onr nature wrong, Neglecting over long, The bodily Joys that help to make Of wise; The rumble up the slope Of the high mountain cope. The long diiy's walk, the vigorous exercise; The fresh, luxurious bath, ' ' Far from the trodden path. Or, 'mid the ocean waves, flashing with harmless roar, Lifting us olf our feet upon the saudy shore. Kind Heaven! there Is no end Of pleasures, as we wend Our pilgrimage in life's undovious way. If we knew but the laws Of the titirnal Cause, Aud for his glory and onr good obey; lint intellectual pride Sets hulf these Joys aside, And onr perennial care absurb the soul so much, That life grows dim and c-old beneath its deudvulng . touch. Welcome, ic plump, green meads, V...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 15 October 1857

PEKUYSBURQ JOURNAL K. A. IIIUU1NS, tiditor. TEIOIS: Onseopyone rear.ln adranee... $1 50 Allmbir.ription not paid wit hiinl montlia.3 00 Perrysburg, Thursday, Oct. 15, 1857. The Campaign. We are now fairly through the campaign., anil feel much liko casting off exciting politica1 topic? to think, read, aii'J write more upon other and equally Imponmt mutter. The contest liusliecn one of ma-rli wannt'i, cp?ci:i!!y in this locality. We have uovcr teen more ele ments or bitternons throwu into a political canvas than onr oppo nents !n Wood County havo imposed upon the one throsj'i which wo have jut jviusJ. We will not cnunvruto llicin here it U n it neceiwary. B it wo mint coiigratnlnto our Republican friends, and large portion of t!io thinking men who have hitherto acted with tho opposition, on tho gentle manly course which they hove pursued thronghont, us well m T.ir the severe :btike which their con tlact in the flehl and at the p illi lias aliuiuistereil to those whohavo stepped withou...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 15 October 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Clash UpIniportiiiit to Evcryltoaljr Hereafter,no advertisement will he admitted Into the Jovanrati until It In paid fir,3Xept where there la a apwtal agreement to the contrary and iu all cases, the person preventing an adrertiaement for Insertion, will fc. aeld responsible for tlie same. We eitnnot paj our debte with accounts on Tom, Dick, and Hairy, of whom wt know nothing. The oosh system la better for all partial, and ice thatt adlxert to it. School Examiners' Notice. board will hold their next regular session fo the examination of Teachers, at Ferrysburg on the Itrst Tuesday In October. There will also be a meeting of lh Examiners at WeBt Millgrovo on the first Tuesday of November. In addition to the usual course, all Teachers will hereafter be examined In American History, No applicant will bo examined who la not present punctually at 10 o'clock a. sr. J. W. WOODBURY, Clerk. WOOD! WOOD!! V would like a few cords of good wood nt this office, on subscription ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 15 October 1857

THE DAPPLE MARE. An Ancient Legend, Versified and Diversified. BY JOHN G. SAXE. BY JOHN G. SAXE. I. "Onee on time," M ancient tales declare, Titer liver) a farmer in it qiilot dell II Mmmaohancttn; but exactly wlicro, Or when, 1. ronlly- inoro than I can tell Rxcett that, quite above the imullo honnty, Be lived wlluin hie moans nml llrlstul County. II. Br patient labor and nnrcanlng He earned and bo enjoyed lii riiiily hread; Goaifnrted always wl h hi frugal far", Ambition to Ihj rieli ue'or rexcil hitt lied, And tliu. nnknoirn to envy, tvant or wealth, lie Hourialied long in comfort, peace and health. III. gentle partner of bin hnmlile lot, The joy and Jewel or hi nc.lileil life, Yrlaehtireil the rlutlea of hi. ncceful cot. Like ii truo woman and a fnltiiful wife; Her mind Improved by thought and ilneftil remling. Uood maimer, aud nine children Hliowed wr breeding. IV. Grown old at last, the farmer called his ann. The ynnnge.t, (an I the favorite, 1 8iiiioc.) And aaid: "I long have...

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