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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 31 December 1857

. i i 0EIg 0ttTO A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News! VOL. V. .PEHH YSJBUIRq, O., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1857. 2SJ"0. NT TO MY COAT. ONE OF BERANGER'S MOST FAMOUS SONGS. Though icirctly worth paltry grofit Thou'rt Uar to me, mi poor old coat ; For full ten jar my friend thou'it been For full tan years Vra brushed thee clean , And now, like me, thou'rt old and wan With both the glow of youth It gone; But, wan and shabby as thou art, Thou and the poet snail not part, Poor Coat. I're not forgot the birth-day of When first I donned thy rIomt sleeve, When jovial friend In mantling wine Drank joy and health to me and mine. Our indigence let some despise. We're dear as ever in their eyes, And for their takes, old as thou art, Thou and the poet shall not part. Poor Coat One evening, I remember yet, I, romping, feigned to fly Lisette ; IS he strove her lover to retain, And thy ...

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. — 31 December 1857

PEIIRYSDURG . JOURNAL, U. A. illUUl.VK. Uslitsu. . TERMS! Oaa'np.Tnna rear,! il ad ranees $ 1 30 .4llihscriptionsnotiaidwithiiwli montlii.a 00 TeiTyaburg, Thursday, Deo. 31, 1807. Legislature. Tbia boily will Mumble in Coluinbin next MarxUy. Hon. E, D. Peck will le (or the apile. this wevk. Tba first moru on tin carp;! will bi to pasi resolution inslriicling S-'iutor Pugl. to vols gainst lira lJconipton C iiintilinion. This is juiltto" fact" which Piigh Is waiting for. Weak-kneed sail truchling.h dire not move un til h can bo corered by the batteries of the Irg ialatura. True, Ust year hs rrlinail to obey the instruciiqns of the legislature ; true?, the Loco focos hare repeatedly declard thjir wjut of faith in the legality of such injunctions, in sues latter years, but now it is their ox that is gored. Under all ths circumstances, wo arc in clined to hi"9 that the Republican tat inbers of ths legislature will not allow any such obstruc tion to prevent the free action of tho small Se...

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. — 31 December 1857

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cask ITp Important to Everybody Hr.aft.r,no adT.rtlsamnt willbtf admitted into Ow Jovkhal nntll II li paid for,.'-ept wlier.th.ro Is a .pMial agr.am.nt to th. oontrar? ; and in all.cas.s,tli fru pr.snting an advertisement for Insertion, will bo hold responsible for tho tamo. Wo cannot pay our , JobM with aoooants en Tom, Dick, and Harry, of whom wo know nothing. Tho oath intern ii bettor for all parti.,, awat wc thnt adhert to it. LOCAL AND LITERARY. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Proibyterlon O. A. Amiis, Pastor S.rlce iter tahhath at ldj o'clock A. m., and 3 r. X. ' Baptiit-I. P. Cakkok, Pastor berrice ererj Sabbath ft mi a. u.. and cveninor. M. E. Chureh M. Tlicrunpsori, Pastor Serrico ' 'Tory Sabbath at 111, a. h. School Examiners' Notice. Tko board will bold their next regular aciuion tor tho elimination of Teachera, at I'errj tliurg, on the first Taoaday In Jannary. In addition to the uanal course, all Teachers will hereafter be examined in American History. No applican...

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. — 31 December 1857

From the London Punch. THE TWO GIANTS OF THE TIME. What can we tarn ffie.it fnreea do?" Ral-l Hteiim to Electrlcitr, Toll 'tier the causi nf t'te hum-in rar-e, And promete mankind's felicity ?" KlPfttrlcitT laid, "From far lands sp,,l. Through a irire, with a thoughts Telocity, 'hat tilling. 1 bnr ! of clr-eils that were Never paiseil yet for atrocity." "ButhlanJ andsca,"aild Steam, " bj mo, At the rate of alilnl men flr over; But tlie quicker they speed to Mil and ItloeJ, A thought so lamiiat and eijrli over." The svorM, you see," nicotriclti KcmnrUvd, " ttttia far is our delitor, T'ru it faster flows ; lint, jfoniluess kuotra, it doesn't get ou much belter.' Well, well,'1 said Steam, with whistle and scream, " Herein we help mortality. The meant we imko to overtake Kebvlliou and rascality." "Sitro enough, that' trtta, and so we do'' Electricity responded, "Threuih u, navo been c.ltiglit.and to justice brought, Many acoundrela who bail absconded.'' Paid Steam, " I hope we shall fre...

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. — 7 January 1858

VI Vf II 11 Mil II II II a M 4iyv A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, LtterotiircAgricnlUirc, atioi the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign New?. n-i-mD-vrciiTT-nra r TWTTT!ST) A.V. .TVN"U-A.I?.Y 7. 1S5SX ISO. 2v: The Harp of a Thousand Strings. Coma, jenerous friend, a Httl while, And lieten to my song. ' And though my subject is very great, ' -My story wont be long. 1 I'm going to sing abont the time, And several other thiiiR ' ' We'll sing- the word and play the tune On a Uarp of a Thousand luring. . Bellgloii, politics and law, . , . Are tanging under par. . A eeen by mioroioopto aid, .' , In pulpit, forum, bar; , , A fooua brought on either one, i '.. The eame result still brings . ... . . , A human being playing away , -. , On a Uarp of a Thousand btnnge. ' Thepreachere don't as they used to do, In the good old daya gone by; They UBed to preach of the souls of men, J Till tbey mado the women cry: ' But they read their sermons now-a-days, And ...

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. — 7 January 1858

PRKKYSnUKd JOURNAL. B . A . "ll I UUl SH, Ktlltnr, .,, --. - ,- s . w- -w. - Oneiipyonyar,liidanr'' 1 1 (10 Alli'itxnrlptlnnsnnl paid withiinis mouth 8 00 Forrysbur, Tlnirstlny, Jrtn. 7, I 808. Governor's Message. At rowMilcMblfl cupfuisc, r pri-suiil our rcarl cm Ttih Governor Chase's M-msrp In art extra. Congress. 0 ingress Is truttiyiitf along slowly. ru!i hs iutrwluccil Iiii " compromise'' ct, to which vet tcfr In another ulickv. . ' Ohio Legislature. For inlcmiting new from tiro I'Klslatnrr-, boc the UtUcr from our able conespomloiit. We flatter ourselves Itrnt no paper in the Statu has a moro able Columbus coritspoihK'iil thin Ilia Journal. War in Kansas! This U nolongfr niHMMilntlve phrao, but Into IntcHiircuco, wbicli nmy bo fottml in oilier columns of ibis paper, mako It but too painfull)' true. All nyot ara now oagorly ttirirotl lo tlio coullict, ami nil hearts boat wiih subdue.! vxuituincut, anxious ly awaiting still further dovolopmeius. , Lot tlio intclllguocti that tli...

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. — 7 January 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. ah Up Important to Everybody Hsrsafter.no dvertlewient will be admitted into the JovaiAL antll It It paid for,cpt where there U peelal agreement to the contrary ( and III all ease, the ereea presenting an advertisement for Insertion, will be held responsible for th lame. Mr cannot pay our tbti with account on Tom. Dlck.and Harry, of whom wa know nothing. Tha eash system U better for all partita, oni thai I adhtrt to it. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Presbyterian O. A. Aiuiia, restor Service every bbath at ln o'clock a. ., and Sr.. Baptlst-I. P. Cannon, Paster-Hervlc every Sabbath tlO A. M.,and ivenlng. . M. E. Chureh M. Richadon, Pastor Service very Sabbath at 10 a. m. School Examiners' Notice. Tbe board will hold their noxt reijlar acssion for ihi elimination of Teacher, at Freeport on the Brut Tuetday In Febrnary. In addition to the usual course, all Teacheri will hereafter be examined in American History. No applicant will be examined who la not present .punctually at 10 ...

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. — 7 January 1858

Hiawatha Revised. Oh I the fever and the famine." Oh ! he look (tie ague badly, And ll shook him, shook him sorely! KhooH M hoot off, and his to-nnll flhonk his teeth ont and his hair olTj Phonk hli eoat hII Into tnttcra, A ad hi shirt all Into rlhtilmM (thirties, costless, hairless, toothless, Minim hoot and nlsy toenails. Ulill it shook hlm-shook him till It Made him yellow, ((mint finil bony; Bhook him till he reached hi death-bed; Shook him till It alnilllrd for him Oil hit mortal foil, and then It Having made him mid at could bo, Shook the earth still down upon him, And he still lira 'nmith his s:ravi.lone, Eve shaking, ulinVlnp;, shaking. And a shaking, slinking, shaking. ,.. . i From the Ohio Cultivator. Good Temper and Good Cooking. It is Mlonlsliing liow muclijtheclirerfulncss of a wife contributes to thehuppinensof homo. We remomber hctiring the husband tj Hint he eould guage the temper of his wifd by tho Qunlity of her cookinjj ; good temper even in fluenced the ienneninj...

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. — 14 January 1858

II II 11 n 4- A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. PEERYSBURG, O., TI-ITJRSDVY, JA.3STTTAJRY 1-1, 1S58. "VOL. "VY NO. XXXVI. 1 ififlDTW YK I ftp It n ir ii ii ii 11 I I m TL KM - .. VK. W Ml II II II II II: II II r Hi II I CANNOT CALL HER MOTHER. BY MISS SARAH T. BOLTON. The marrlaga rite ti over AnJ though 1 turned aside. To keP the guests from seeing The tear 1 could not hid. I wreathed my face In smiling And led ray Uttlo brather 'To greet my father'! chosen Hut I could not call her mother. She Is' a fair young creaturo With a meek and gentle air ; With bine eyes soft and loving, And silken ninny hair 1 know my father gives her The love he bore another J Bntif ihe were an angel I could not call her mother. m To-night I heard her tinging A long I used to love, When iU sweot notes were uttered By her who sings above. It pained my heart to hear it. My tears I could not...

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. — 14 January 1858

PEKRVSBORC JOURNAL. K. A. IIHUJINM, Kdltor. TiUlMM . On top? on ?r,l a advanr,. ... $ 1 hft Allahr:rlptlonnotpald wltlilialx month. 'i 00 Perrysburp;, Thursday, Jan. 14, 1S68. James Buchanan. Thai A man wlioo flrtt prominent politi cal Bet VII Mi ((Tort to blnckfti tho clinracicr of JohuQuincj Adams and ll'Miry Clay hj Iho ut terBiic of a falsehood, which public coiitompt CQmjM.'lteif hiu to duiy evor haiitf nltorod, even wbflii ttitkt duiiinl impeached General Jackson, and who long pollticnl lifo Iim been but a aeries of Intrigue for nolf-promotlon, Miouhl, when elected President (A Iho United Stales, ilinrojcnril hi pledgv. and (liMppoint thow who couGdod in his loW(fri7, li not to be wondered at. To MCuro nil norulnntion for President, Bitch nail was willing to stoop a littlo lower than any other man and after IiIh nomination, ho was ready to make any plflj?o whioh would iucure the vote or tho pcoplo J thin acting oul tho principlo nd optod lii hii oorliur yeur., that tlio etlil ...

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. — 14 January 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody Hraftr,no advertisement will be admitted into the JocaiAL aotll it It paid for,"ept wher there U peeUl agreement to the contrary end in ell eases, th ptrsoa presenting nn derlisment for insertion, will kld responsible forth im. We cannot pay our tUbtt with acoounte on Tom, Dick.and Harry, of whom we know nothing. The cash system it better for all parttee.entf w tSatl adhere to it. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody CHURCH DIRECTORY. Presbyterian O. A. Adams, raster Service every B.hh.th t 101 o'clock A. M.. and 3 P. M. Baptist I. T. Cannon, raster Servic every Sabbath M. E. Chureh M. UiCHAnnios, Pastor ferric vry Sabbath at 10 a. u. School Examiners' Notice. . The board will hold their noxt regular session for the examination of Teachers, at Freeport on the first Tneiiay In February. In addition to the usual course, all Teacher will hereafter be examined in American History. No applicant will bo...

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. — 14 January 1858

Titf. kiTmn'iKor tiik lYsv flitni'No. Whi ran nut recall iliu ntiri til t)to Mliml limno llnjr-f',riiuii.l -l-ill, jumping, running, lurruiirj a ' rinj;," anappiiiK tin' wliiji. ir.7 S'nliii of tliiUP Fowls, cur rvo '" r.iiij;'H Hie following, which wc clip from ill" Union S itiiiiUy Kvcn Ino, Newa I..:IL r. W? it uill hi lik-i ol.l I'HisK t inimv of our ronilri : " V kiinvv of iii boiler way lo Inion a unlit! lo Young Ann lies' lac, llinn bypiviii,; plnrn lo gonu ul llif oii'tf lilfinlnrts of llio piny prouii.l. It ln nhviiya n ii n-- in, mil we. have prowrt into iiiiiiiliood.tiiaiiy a lime 0:1 lienr-lilt- iiiiiiint thymes nn,l uhnnl t'oiimlciin t ion of ideas, lino wo tried In f iilimti llie ori gin mid infftnin;; of tli-m. Of rouriu our wiis worn nimbi in Folio tlio fiililh', i"l w Iih vc yet to h.-flf that nnylxi.lv ftir ili I. Out! " ioiiiiI mil" we iviiKmh; t is (hie: (lni--rt v, t-vn tit, Very, Hit, Uol.lilil, vincirnr, i t ' t nml 1,111, Milium, ai-nriim, Mll'lv 'IHIIII. I I...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 14 January 1858

pcrtji5burg3ourual EXTRA. " THURSDAY,' JANUARY 7, 1858. Governor's Message. 8ntor$ and lirprHntativ$ : You are summoned, by the suffrages of your fellow-citixena, to the important duties of legis lation, at a period of peculiar Interest both In State and National affair. The year just cloned has been strongly marked hr nmmprmm and advene circumstances. Abundant harvest hare fullfilled the farmer's hopes ; almost unbroken health has blessed our homes and animated our activities ; Industry, in vorv Tocation. has successfully pursued its legit imate objects ; Education, with steadily enlarging aims, and powers constantly augmenting, has pre oared the vouth for the duties and rosponsibill ties of citizenship; and Religion, unembarrassed by the Interference of the State with the domain of conscience, has fulfilled its holy mission ot in struction In the duties of the life which now Is, and of preparation for the awards of that which Is to come. In short, no year since the organization of...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 14 January 1858

tllst xi," i. 1, Bti.1 all other property and d ie of every (Jckc riptlon belonging to tlie bank; mid an other of the property employed In bunking; mid provide" that a ratio shall be charged upon llm property of Individuals, II levied on the properly embraced In the at con J. This rnlo lis been found very lnee'ivenlonl in practical application, and ha afforded mi opportunity for withdrawing a considerable amount of properly from Its Just proportion of the public burden. It I too clear for nitration tlmt nroiiertv employed in hanking should bo assessed equally with other properly, The decision of the Supremo Court or the Slstc supplies a sail .factory rula lor ascertaining whet thii pjoporly Is. I repeat, therefore, my roconi mpudatinu addressed to the hint General Assem bly; Hint Hip lit bo no amended a to require all nrnnerty Cl.ipioypd In bunking to bo emhrao A In o'tw schedule and entered on the duplicate for taailon, at the same rate an l impressed on other properly. The pulilio...

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. — 21 January 1858

41 lU-V fiV 1 01 nit A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign Nctv PEREYSBURG, O., TI-ITJ11SDA.Y, JA.IsrxrA.IlY-21, 1858. VOL. V. 2a . . viii y From Arthur's Home Magazine. "Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall." BY FANNY FALES. if this were all. Oh ! if thta were all. That " Into aaoh life tomt rain mint fall,' There were fclnter ob In the Poet rhyme. There were fewer wrecks on the ahorea of Time. But tempests of woe pa orcr the soul, Fierce winds of aifgutah we Cannot control; And shock after shock we are called to bear, 'Till the lips are white with the heart's despair. Oh 1 the shores of Time with wrecks are strewn; Uato the ear comes ever a moan j Wrecks of hopes that set sail with glee, Wrecks of loves sinking silently. Many are hidden from human ere, Only God knoweth how deep they lie; Only God heard w hen aroso the prayer, Help me to bear 1 Oh ! help mo to bear 1 Into each...

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. — 21 January 1858

PEKRYSBUHB JOURNAL H, A. II Id WIN t Hilllor. Til It MM Oaop?on totr.ln lnr 1 ffO All Mhsrrlptlontnnt psld withirwi month,!! DO Penysburg, Tlmrsilay," Jpil 1,1808! Kansas. The recent flection in lvana i still in ibuibt. One report given l!io pro-slavery men nil of the Stale officers en I Ihrt free state mrii llie tiv,islt lure. Calhoun hill returned tit tlio leniiory un Oir the pri't-ctioii of U. & troops, lli report jlm (he Irgislaltue to the pn-s lavrrr mi'ii by ten twelve on joint ballot. As Calhoun line that Uoutrss uOjoumcd over w , grandeur," Kansas. Those Tickets--Again. Tho ctiiio have evidently discovered their mis take in calling up those fauduljiit tickets ami ono might a soon expect to got u grunt out of u dead pig as to induce i hunt to iy for to this matter again. There isiietoneuf thoclitpio who wauls ilu "fact,'' It the 10 in, why doe ho not come out over his own signature and sny so t 1 Py ;Thi' Republicans ol' Indiana havo called u convention ou tho 4tU of Man ...

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. — 21 January 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody HeraafWr.no advertisement willbe admitted intothe Joiaaifc antll it U paid for,vept whera there ii a epeeial afreement to tha contrary t and in all ca,the peraaa preeentiog an advertisement for inaertiun, will k laid responsible for tha tame. Wa cannot pay onr 4abta with account on Tom, Dick, and Harry, of whom wa know nothing. . Tha cwh tyttom i batter for all partial, on J we thitll adhfrt toil. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Prabyteriai G. A. Ana-a, rastor Servlea avert ooatn m it wvw- - - : r- c,.l.t,atlt Baptist I. F. UAMHOB, raster doi'- j - at 10, a.m.. and f ruling. c.l... M. K. Churth M. KicnARnaos, raster Service ar Sabbath at 10J a.m. -- - " """" School Examiners' Notice. Tha board wilt hold their next regular icioa for tha anamination of Teacher, at Frecport on the drat Tnaaday 1a February. lit addition to the nanal course, all TeacUara will hereafter be examined in American History. Ka applicant will bo examlued...

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. — 21 January 1858

THE BRIDE OF AN EVENING. THE BRIDE OF AN EVENING. BY EMMA D. E. N. SOUTHWORTH, CHAPTER 1. THE ASTROLOGER'S PREDICTION. Reading, a few wrek aince, one of ) Qniil ray'a paneie " Tiiree Memorable Minkr," recalled loiny min i Ilia triige circumstance of on of the mol mysterious domestic ilrattMi that ever taxed the lujeMiuiiy or man, or required Ihe flight ol tima to develop. The locality of our utory lift amid" one of the wiMfil end moil put iremiu region of the !) minion, where the hel waters ol tlie Rii'nsban tiock wsh llw bmt) of the Hlufl llidg't. The precise pol Oosslemlia a aubtiin nd beautiful aci-iin, where two formt crowned nngei of mountain crosi each other it oblique angle. At the I ntc raveling point of these rideg nest le, a little hamlet, named, from ill elevated o aitinn, Altamount. At the peried at which our story open the four Cilatra, in the four biikU h ol I ho irregular mountain cross, were owm-ilas follows : Tho eaatem rrm, called Piedmont, was Hie life properly 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. — 28 January 1858

'?'! t ' 1 . It .Tll A . Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tlio Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. ' PmiHYSBTJUQ, O., THURSDAY, JANUARY G8, 1S58. isro. xx: "VOL. V. OUK If. Oj ) ftp Lover's Seasons and Reasons. BY CHARLES MACKAY. Hove mjlore In spring time( For beauty fresh m May, ' tot cheeks like early rne, for eyes bright as datf For braath like balm of lilliea, . For imilet like iunriie clear; I lore my lore in spring time, ... And lore her all the year. ' I love my lore in summer, For promise warm and true, For truth like noonday throwing A l'jrht on old and new; For wealth of bloom and frethneei, And tbady comforts near ; I lore my love in cummer, And lore her all the year. I lore my lore in autumn, Fof fruit of gentle deed. For wisdom be garnered To serve our future needs; For tlrtuee ripening erer, Like harreste full I in ear, I lore my lore ia autumn, I lore h er all the year. I love my love In wi...

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. — 28 January 1858

FEKRYSliUIU: JOURNAL. H. At ttlMUlNN, Kdltot. n TEHMSl Oeeeepvnne vear.in advance $1 AO 111 tr.rlptionnntpeid wlthiimll months. 9 00 Peirysbiirg, Thursday, J mi. 28, 1808. A Minority Legislature. It It fact worthy of note, tlini tli men who it miking lawt Tor Ohio anl repealing euecl tnentt well Vnorvii to have tne (auction ff iiTgt majority of llie Cople, received only a minority of Ilia people' totct. Of the 310,603 otet cast In Iho areaio fur oil member o( the House of Re prerittative, tli 4 1 Republican membtrtlitd 160.818, wliilt the Ci democratic memberthad only 15 1,700 rotes, Iwing just fi,. 088 In tht minority. Ami yet this minority majority it willing to vioUtn the wiilirt of the people, is clrerly exprrwil in their tote for Gov ernor and for menilx'rt of the legislature. When the will of the majority is Hint disregarded ami Irtmpled under foot by men who accidentally And themselves in power, whit advantage do we lerivt from our boasted Ilopulilicnii institutions ? There i...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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