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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 4 March 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody t Mi rcipoDtibl for th tama. Vi't cannot y our sUfct with aoeount en Tom.Dlck.and Harry, of whom i kaosr nothing. Th e&sh sjstm li bttr for all ttartitt.ana' afco' ooin-i to it. . . , Hrarr. adrtiemnt willba admitted Ifltoth ; .,n u i. n-i, .. h.r,.hr la a I JfBAa antil it ii paid ror,x-pt whr th.ra t ; aWal agraamant to the contrary ( and In all ttt,th( presenting an dv.rti.m.nt for Insertion, will j LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody CHURCH DIRECTORY. rroTtri--s-' A. Aiki, Pastor Sric vrt labhath at 10, o'clock a. m, and 3 r. M. Baptiit-1. 1. Ci!non, rasur-aiervic vrj Sabbath at 101 .,anl (railing. . M. K. Chureh M. Kichahp0!. Pastor Srice rarj Sabbath at 101 School Examiners' Notice. Tka board will hold their next regular session for thaaxamlnationof Teachers, at Uowllng Green ou the rat Tuesday In April. In addition to the usual course, all Teachers will hereafter be examined In Americnn...

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. — 4 March 1858

Remember, I Remember. BY THE AUTHOR OF "MARTHA HOPKINS." ETC. I remember, I remsinbsr, Thft house whsre I was wed, And thft little romn train whirl) tint night My amlllng bride w,ts led; She didn't Oitine ft wink to tain, Nor Insks too long n slsy, But now I often wish her folk Hud kept th Rlrl away. 1 rrmtmbtr, T remember, Hrr dresses red and white, Her bnimete and her opt aiidobmka They cost mi awful slulit. Tin " oornei lot " on which t bolll, , And where my lirothir nut At nrt, my wire, one willing day That in ii it iiiio yel. I remtiubcr, I remember. Wlitrt 1 was used to court, And thought that all or in in led III Wat Just mu ll jilcmnnl sport; My spirit Hew in liitlie i then, Nortn watou my brow; I scarce coiild wait to shut tlio gate I'm not to anxious )"', 1 remember, I remember, My ritar om'i tinilcs and lli, I used to think Iter ten. lor limi t Was clou against the eliy. It WM ft cIiIIiIihIi Ignorance, Hut now It tooth ni not To know l'mlaulier oTI'roiu heaven Thau when t...

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. — 11 March 1858

f . I ) . t 'A -Wcfkly Ncwspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. vox,. V. PEREYSBUEa, O., T.HXJRS3DA.Y, MABCH , 1S5S. isro. xii4i.r II V 0 J) cv vlV aLU Original. I'm Weary. Tm wearr of tail dreary winter. And I long fur the merry apring; To aea the budding trees and flowers, And hear the wild birds sing. I'm weary of these leaden clouds, That drilt o'er-head. all day ; ' And I long to see light, fleecy ones, In the aiure space, at play. I'm weary of the sullen moan Of the wind among the trees, And I long to feel upon m brow Bright summei'e gentle breeae. I'm weary tf these faded leaves. That rustle a'cr the ground , And I long to see the bright eyed flowers By the murmuring streamlet found. I'm weary of these leafless trees, With their branches still and bare. And I long, again, to see greeu leaves Dance in the summer air. I'm weary of these fields so brown, Where not a flower is 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. — 11 March 1858

PEIUIYSBUKQ JOURXAL. M. A. imJ(Jl.M. Kilitot. rteeeenyone tear, In a lsnf 1 ftl AllMls'.ripllonsiiotr.eldwifMnsli months. a 00 . r " VKUUTSUUiW: Tin usiay,"maucii J I, IMS. tjrTlif Douglas Dcinm tiilili.ll a Stale con trniiun at Columbus yri truliiy. The rail was too limited in point of time tosecine a full rep refHtalion of the co in i . This, combined with (he still prevalent hop" lhat the 1viimih question will Ih amicably tdjnst. il, and ihe gn at lofe vvhich v'irc fiiIliiH democrats bear (o pur iy and the Hide which they rare for principle, we fear may not give this r, hellions body the ap pearotice of complete sucms. Thry will paw resolutions and plan f. lure actio. i, an.l in this way much good will ha accomplished at home. But we fear that the influence of such o dein onsifution will full powerless before Concuss, where the work needs to ho .Ion.1. A well dircft d mass convention would have done more to ffei:t the vote of Congress Hum all the resolu tions that enn bo passed b...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 11 March 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody. HrAr.B advrtisnit will be Admitted isvtoth JtBib antll It It paid for,xptwhcrthrlt 'epseial f rmnt to th contrary t and in all s,th ra prtithtlng an dvertisment for insertion, will ''kelst responsible for.h m. VTt eannot pay our 'ttebta with account on Tom, Dick.and Harry, of whom V kaew aothlng. The each iyitcm It belter for all 'parti, ana a thai I mdhrr lo it. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Presbytia O. A. Aam, Pastor Srv!e erery ftebbattt at 10 o'clock A. ., and S P. . Jpttl-I. P. CiJisoif . Patter-UerTlc vrj Sabbath 'at TO A.M., andtTCnine. M. R. Church M. Kicn Atton, Pastor lertiee rry Sabbath at 101 . School Examiners' Notice. The board will bold their next regular leiaion for the eiamlnation of Toaebcre, at Bowling Greea on the drat Tuesday in April. In addition to the uiual course, all Teacher will kereafter be examined In American History. X applicant will be examined who I not present at 10 o'clock a.h. J. W. WOO...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 11 March 1858

YANKEE COURTSHIP. BY ALICE D. VERE. -.' CeMsge by the hillside - Tim, aiesr nnlo dark, "k ' Iorothy braids tlit Mrs, - . . Wsittag for p' k. . - Old man by th clnntiior, . t Heeding llostnn r.r( , OM Udy I'jr 111 table, t Miking rl a rape, or esse ttl.es peculiar kind of gnrrneal "'. " Very cold without, and ' ' Wind a shrWklng howling. Owls up in the orchard, Out, perhaps, a fowling. Rap, tap, nMiia kitchen door " Ilorolhy looki pleasant, " Jonathan," ne whispers sly, Rot 10 If it ln't. Or ton follow that I ilo nut want to aee. Done k ofrn ' Jonithatit Why, how dn je tin?' l "Well, liorothy.'l'm putty well, And icein' how It's von." Old man tops his rcmlinir, Old Isdy quits tier dewing; . Both remark to Jonni liun. Well, nrow.lmw It's blowing, There's going to be some lull weather, Jet, I sirow," ' 8sluttln over, Jonathan I m ii in; Wishes over utuliy tint's Thst he m to li'im. OH folks getting sleepy iln to nod the head; llnrothr suggeat that they llnd lettiT go to hed--Anil prodi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 18 March 1858

lull 0EX11 - 1 1 A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News, t PERBYSBURG, O., TIITJH SDAY , MARCH IS, 185S. :rsro. XLV Vol. v. [From the Buffalo Express. THE DAYS OF OLD. Oh give ni back the days of old, The days of honest labor, When man to man was frank and free. And would not wrong hie neighbor. When men were not ashamed to work. And cultivate the soil, Seeking no other boon than that Which follow! earnest toil. "When trnth, and right, and honest teal, Gave all their proper station; And Justice weighod In truthful loalcs, And wisdom ruled the nation. Our aoldiera they were brave and true, And neither crest nor ahield. Were needed then to make them men. In biveuao or field. But let ns not forget to pay, The tribute due to others; And while wo sing the men of old, God bless our ancient mothers. And let ns pray, that come they may, The charming days of old. Vhen right wae mi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 18 March 1858

PtflMJVClHTIlfl IfillPM U M. A. llltMJt!, Kdllor. THUMB I Oeeeepy ene teer.l n Ira nre f AO All l.btnrtptlons not.iaid withinlx mnlli V ' St:.--: - - Mli.,- frir rEKUYSlUJliU: TlirR8lAY,7l Altai H, New Hampshire Election. Ths election In New lluup.diire Inst wwk resulted in thaecornpletc suctisdof ihe Uepulr licans. llnil i re-elected Govrinor by about 5,000 majority, ami tliu legislature U K pnMi canbv a tnaiorilf of over two to ono. This in the more gratifying as it wi'l secure ihe election of t Republican U. S. S un lor. The Douglas State Convention. Tha Douglas convention which met in (Joluni bui list week, seems to liuva terminated an we predicted it would. Tlio number in attendance from without the Capitol is reported to have been mrngro, and the loaders were ko univcrsal lyJefHictcd with what politicians (.ill " hi ire heads," that their ability to eietc n favorable linprrmion was trmterially weakened, li in no general) believed that the active men in this movement would havo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 18 March 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up—Important to Everybody Hereafter, ae advertisement will be admitted Into tl Jsteut tanlll It ti paid for,.pt where there U a elal agreement lo the contrary and In all eases, the rea presenting an advertisement for Insertion, will W laid responsible for th same. We cannot pay our debt with accounts on Tom, Dick, and Uarry, of whom v knew nothing. Th cash system li btttr for all parties, awtV ihall udhert lo it. Cash Up—Important to Everybody CHURCH DIRECTORY. Presbyterian G. A. Pastor Service every abrwth at 101 o'eloek a. and Sr.. Baptist-I. P. C anno, Taator SerTic every Sabbath '-at 10 A. at., and evening. U. E. Chureh M. Kichakdioh, rastor Service very Sabbath at 10 a. at. n t - e - " School Examiners' Notice. Th board will hold their next regular session for -th xamination of Taaehera, at Howling Grean on the 4 rat Tnss4ay In April. Ia addition to th uiual courae, all Teachar will hereafter b axamlnad in American History. He applicant will b examined ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 18 March 1858

AFFECTIONS. ' frerlon art th Kind sfTcrtloa Whlob. around this 111 entwine, Making earth, with nil It troubles, ' 1 ' HnmrthlnR more 1h half divine. ' Hut, alasl they fad and perish, 1.1k th bright una fragrant flowers; Borrow bllirbt. iul dssth destroy them, And their bsauty time devour. 'Tl not so with tho amotions That re set on hesvsnlv things 1 They hloom and Hourlsh cvvr, Watired by eternal sptlm:! , . Warmed by everlasting "Winhlii", Sheltered TrPtn l lit storms of earth, Ever growing and Increasing. , Kiowlng naught of drought or dearth. ' Phrenology and Woman. "Katidid," sprinhtly lJy toi respondent of the Clermont Conner, gits oft' tho following good things : Phrenology ha done very much toward oil lightening man in r.-iinrd to liissociul duties and rasnonsibililies. And HH of lilt) weaker ScX claim, linco we have similar oignu, similarly located, that we also huve a li.-lil to lie hnrino- nlouslv developed ! th t freedom i not license : thai to act out our nature is consi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 25 March 1858

.; i v! I . . . k i ft I A. fev in. ft .P ;i :! i' v V .;) ! 'Akly-Ncwspapcr, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Litcralure, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. .PERKYSiBTJRGv O., THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1858. jStO. XLVi 111 1 0 .I.- . "It was a sad funeral to me," said tho, speak er! " the saddest I have ' attended lor uqany rears." r,i " That of Edmouaon ?" ' Yes." ' ' -"Kowdid he die?" .'." toot poor as poverty His life was one long-uruggU will) the world, ami at every, dis--AdvanUge. Fortune mocked him all the while Vwith. golden promises that were destined never Uo know fulfillment." " Yet he was patient and enduring,1' remarked .one .of .the company. ' " Paiient as a, Christian eduring as a Mai tyr," was--answered. "Poor man! lie was worthy of .a better fate. He ought to liavesuc "ceeeiled, fct he deserved success.'' ' "" 'Didhe not succeed?" questioned the one who'' hod spoken of his patience and endurance. " No, sir. He died poor...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 25 March 1858

PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 0pyn retr.ia a tvane 1 AH i jirrlptlonaotpldwithln"ix month 8 00 TIIUKStiAY, M AIICII 83. UW. The Legislature. It will be seen, by relercueo 10 our Interesting CothniWus lultor. Ihot tlio democrats find jireneli ing and piart'.co two very dMureiit tiling.", hikI now propone to have mi riru ge.igioii. The bill to re paid the ten percent. Inloreit law lifts boon defeated iu the Housrt. So iho Democrat- tiro the shaver'g best friend. They still ndti. ro to the South mid dance to Cio niusb of the slave driver's lush, as Is evidenced in their repeal of the bill to prevent Kidnapping, niid also the Imbeus corpus net They also appear to bo determined to multo a little democratio sovoroign out or bully Une!.ui, mid to ronton) iho stealings to the eoutnielois. It is dif ficult to tell what such a corrupt body of Legi.-hi-tire tools will nol do. Lecompton. til Ui U. S. S3iiat8 llirre lias boon much dig cusaion relative to the adoption of the Leeoiti toil Constitution, duri...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 25 March 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody. Hraftr,.o advrtiMmnt wlllb admitted Intoth Jllilll nlillt I paid for,xP - iptaial ai-mnt t th contrary t nd In all nMh rsa presenting an advrtlrant for I inert ion, will hld rwpoBilbH tor th m. W cannot pay our 4kt with aeeount n Tom, Dick, and Hair;, of whom w kiow nothing. . Th etiti sjsum U btlr for all fitlitliM' Wr to ft. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Pr.byterli G. A. A nan Pastor Srvlc vrj 3.bbath at 10 o'clock A. , and Sr.. Baptlal-I. P. C ahbob, PatT-lervlc vrj Sabbath tlOi 4. M., and evening. M. K. Churth M. KicHAMiO, Pastor 8rvio at A. M. School Examiners' Notice. Tka board will hold thir nett regular acmion for .hrolntlonof Teachera, at Bowling Orean on the first Tuss Uy.ln April . In addition to tha unl courae, all Tcaobara will karaafter ba axamlnad In American History. N applicant will be axaminad who It not preaant at 10 O'clock a.m. J. W. WOODBURY, Clerk. y Tontognny ii well "let op by W. G. r J. A. Hall " ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 25 March 1858

From the Kentucky News. A VOICE FROM "HADES." JU lead f nlRht wbn others aleep, Near 1111 1 took my station, And from tint 1infpt.ti dark and dvcp, O'er heard this convtrmitinn; ll;l, Triib- of ViOihm, aver ball, Adore J I--Jr siuh hitnn.tl, t tome m')l g your g"r I wH, Ati'l Usts of Iitath l-;trtiiil. Whre are yon from? lit fiend demanded, What make you lonji so fi-.ii'll'-? Are you from Carolina's str.md, Just west of the Atlantic ? Art you that nun of Mmul and blitli, llevold ol' linninn for II (iff ' Tli wrelch I saw when lst on eertb, In hum nn cat ila d..i!lngf WhMt ill with "loud raidiio xtaliiod With drsde f crime t) dill K It Whe drove tlod's Imsire. starved an 1 chained, To lik bensts In market? Who tors the titTaiit from the breat, Tluit you mln!it sell its motlior. Whoso craving mind would never rest 'Till you h id sold a brother? Who gave li aso.rcmrnt to thnto ' Whose chulni and hamlftifl raiilr, Whole backs soon vftcr Ml the blow. More heavy than the mult? I'm from th...

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 April 1858

stan n A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. VOL. V. PEREYSBUEG, O., THUESDAY, APEIL 1, 1858. TO. XLYil. BECAUSE I'M TWENTY-FIVE. i Hew wondrous strange bu been the change Sine. 1 wu la my te.ni; I then had bsanx and billet dour, And joined the gayest ecenee. Bat lovers now, h e ceased to vow. No way they now contrive To poison, drown, or hang themselves, Became I'm twenty-five. Once, If the night was e'er so bright, , 1 I ne'er abroad could roam, Without the bliss: "the honor, Miss, Of seeing you safe home." , But now I go, through rain and enow. Alone and scarce alive, Through all the dark, without a spark, i .in Because I'ni twouly-fire. " They need to call, and ask me att About my health, so frail, And thought a ride, would help my side, And make my cheek less pale. ' 'But now, alas! if I am 111, ft one care that I revive, And my pale cheek, in vain may apeak, Becau...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 April 1858

' A V 'RYSBUHG JOURNAL. A. IIIUUINft, Ktllloi. - 1slpyn Ttar.l" tdvanr $ 1 An All iirlplInnt!iotiaidwithlinit month 3 " " " " 1' e it U Y tSl ' 0 K(J TIIUUSDAY, AI'lllI, I, ins Public Meeting. We are Mqnil(l lo tiiimmcu tli t there will hi a public nveling of tha citizens of lliii town awl township at the Out House, tti-inorrow (Friday) evening, lo nominate caniliihiiei fur corporation and township oflkors. The Election On MouJay iaof in tch importance, and all hotiU unite cheerfully in the upj)irt of good men without rrtpect to party or sort. K'petial ly do we wish to ana a fil mini le.ciil Assessor. The Interests of every hum-it ptrsnn in Win town hip deminda for this post one who linn good judgment, and who I possessed of sufficient firmness to do what he know to be r ili t- Ii ia a notortoti fact that auveral pi-re':i., whoa property con be seen of oil men, do not ptiy tax on 9ne)tflh of i(s Iruo vatua, while othurs pos sessed of lug property, are taxed upon in full vnluo. Thia ...

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 April 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody. Heretfter.no advertisement will bi admitted Into the 3 tit it. until It U paid for,eept where there li a apielal agreatnent to tha contrary ; and In all e, the per prnting an advertisement for Insertion, will ha held responsible for tha itmo. Vt't cannot pa; our Jell with aeconnt on Tom, Dick, and Hurry, of whom wa kaow nothing. The rash erstem l hatter for all partial, nt' lhall adhtrt to U. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Presbyterian G. A. Aiamb, Pastor ever .Sabbath al 10, o'clock A.M., and S P. M. Baptist I. P Cannon, PastorSrvic avarj Sabbath at 10t A. M., and tnlr,g. M. E. Chureh M. Richardsoh, Pastor Servica tar Sabbath at lOj A.M. School Examiners' Notice. Tha ixoard will hold their next regular csaiou for tha aamUationof TcaoUera, at Bowling Green on the first Tuoiday in April. Ia addition to tha usual course, all Tcachcrt will hereafter be examined in American History. No applicant will be examined who U not prese...

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 April 1858

Soils, Manures. ' No one can form any correol climate of tho capabilities of a given soil for ilia sus lenttnoe of gWen pipult;on, without be coming acquainted wuh tin phUotiphy of ma num. Fertilizing Atoms fire matter nnd ns bu.mi hf indestiuciible. They nir be drawn from the earth, and incorporated in a plant, And removed from their original loiMtiju. ntul in the diern position of the plant rituru id to the earth egain. If they have bum removed from the frm on which they were organized into plants, thiir removal impoverishes that, ami enriches the noil on wh cti they ure coo turned. The oil, na'urally, does not contain oue part, ia a thousand, of the atoms, iu ku avail able condition which nature requires in form ing a plant. This is nn iwpoitant fact that v,rv farmer should know how small ft ni mber of atoms the soil contains available for the growth of plants, nnd iho necessity, of course, of husuRUUing iiit-tn most economi cally.' A chanco in this mutter, or morn, forms plants ...

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 April 1858

-::';iij:ri A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tlio Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature,' Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. yoL. w IPIHRTYSIBTJIia, O., TIrIXJllS:DA.Y, APKLL 8, 1858. riir-t! K 1LI ',.' ' ' THE YOUNG WIDOW. ' The Mobile Tribune has these pleasant verses from Robert Jossolyn, of Jacksoo. Miss: bbo lit in o licit, but not bashful, Free ami easy, but not bold, Like au apple, ripe and mellow, ' Not too young and not too old; Half Inviting, half repulsive, ""' ' Now advancing, and noWshy; ' There ia mischief In btr dimple, There is clanger in her eve. She has studied human nature: She is schooled in nil her arts; Elic has taken her diploma . " ' ' , As the potent " Quocn of Hoarta." ' ' : She can tell the very moment When to sigh and when to amllo; O, maid is sometimes charming, But a willow all the while. Are you sad? how very serious Will her handsoine face become; Are you angry? she in wretched. Lonely, frit ndless, tearful, d...

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 April 1858

PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 4. A. Kdltor. TERMS: t?pyene vtar.ln Hvanee ft 6ft All Mlrltlenat;ld wlthlnels month. 9 00 THUKHDAYr AI'UIL 8, TERMS: Map of Wood County. J". V. Trice, Eq-, hi just publialisJ id els fan I aril complete imp of this oourity, contain in all thi inform ttio.t wliich It it possible to get upan mip. It diriJea tin co.tmy into quarter auctions, an i di mist eiscs gites the names of ths o mere of ilis lan Is. It also da cribeithe localities of preiri-an I wood Winls--inerks out the roaJssn I streams snJ givri the localities of villages. It ii of convenient sis- 27 by 31 inches and sells for J. Mr. 1. has it also printed and .bound in pocket style, it lite same price. Nothing has been needed more than such a mi, an! now that It Is prepsred, and offered so low, we have no doubt but every business msnand land holder will secure a copy. They at selling rapidly, and a new edition will probably hare to ba printed. Tltose who want aoopy should therefore vail anon. Lecompton De...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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