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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 8 April 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody H.reafter.no advertisement wlllbt admitted Into the T.vbsai. nntil It it paid for,evepl where th.re it Special sg reement to the contrary and in all eas.t.the persea pi-Meating an advertisement for Insertion, will V at Id retponiiblt for the tarn. We cannot pay our debt with accounts on Tom, Dick, and Marry, of whom sr. ka.r nothing. Tha eaih tyttam it battar for all yarttel.tMsaf see shall adhtr to it. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Pribytria G. A. Ansita, Pastor Serrlee every, bbath at 10 o'alook A. and Sr. M. Baptist I. P. Canroh, Paitor Harriet every Sabbath at 104 k. St., and (Toning, at. I. Charah M. Rt en Sanson, Pastor S.rvioe ? Sabbath at 10. M. VA.Ucen shall have a hearing in our next. ' There are daily prayer meetings in Mau- tnaa Citf. ' A"" Spring is Here," but wo hare not bad lime to examine it W Hons. R. Moil and thanks for favors. . D. Pack bars out urE. Wilson Esq., of Middleton township, has our thanks fot ...

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 April 1858

Saw Dust for Manure. In i iMiihii Willi the little pnieitia 1 lisr with th, I niut diinf iih Mr. Iimi. i n No 2. Willi ll exirieli'v iijmtt !' a'". I Hv in mill yard, in I hive an jinrivno nf three year. I its for no bclicr Rir.leti than I Imve every ill on --liilf r vn iliir.ls He. ojinoosed saiv tlust. 1 criwitoi every. var n-ii-rcnce to siaM Of birti manure, Ust Tor iil.iii I O.ii J cUy, rijirfidllT in an ei troini-ly wet in A tliy season. It Imlils water like ft spoil?''. ' i l -t:cr than am I v ') rras , tniiseqiie.itlv in weier in n dry season, end ilrvrr In R wrt season, than any other wsy ynu can fix our cUy foil. A moiir-nta rcfl 'diem will teueiijim the nature of th- ! If no', rx.H'rimeol will. It Imi makes our thiy tn'llow and lift'H, mi l pr-idii." no wr-eds, like oth. r manure, hut life to ill which is punlcd. Mv giidcn tnlu the ryes of oil the psf-scrs by, if I do not use unyiliiiU', but sw dust. They will tell voil thoy lirvtr saw h vines, beans, etc., in their lilt- ...

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. — 15 April 1858

1 irntr mr I or Ay A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, tho Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. VOL. W PEREYSBUEa, O., THTJESDAY, APEIL 15, 1858. no. xlix.: Svf F IV IJ II II II . II 11 . A II II Youth, Manhood, and Old Age. I. Thoa art ourled and tender and imooth, young leaf, With creamy frlng of down,' It thou allppeat at touoh of the light, young leaf. From thy cradling cm of brown. Thou art soft as an Infant' hand, young laaf, Whan It fondles a mother's cheek; And thy aiders are eluater'd around, young leaf,. To ahalter th fair and weak. To welcome thaa out of thy bud, green laaf, Thara ara fair air from the aait and tha wait: And tb rich daw glldea from tha olouda, young laaf, (To Beetle within thy breast. Tha great wide heavaa and aarth, young laaf, , Ara around, and thy placa for that, -Coma forth! for a thraad art thou, young laaf, In tha web-work of myitary. II. Then art full and firmly set, graan ...

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. — 15 April 1858

PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. E. A. HIGGINS, Editor. TERMS: Osyaa All Mbmrlptlonsnettialdwithlinl month. 2 IMI TERMS: PERRYSBURG : THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1858. Death of Hon. Thomas H Benton. Tba announcement of tlio death of Mr. Jlcnton, I 7 o'cl. ck on ilio morning1 of tl 1 0 li inl., Wf not altogother unexpected. IU hud been, for onto liino, laboring under a cancerum nfTuciion ft I -i -..I fe.kiA In. tlrpttaltbl rtriitltilltlt.il " ' ' .. .. . . i . .i fritml tht d mhi iii on must won tuk plnco. I" . . .. , .. .:. i 17,. s z;.:r.ii;".. ,ZT ., ul ,.l,iu,l ..! nnmn.ieiK.hs hopin.r thn. to finish employed in the great work ho had commenced and carried to within a few week's labor or completion. To what ilato he has toadied In hi--i " D-balcs' and tha "Thirty Yenrs' View," wo nro unable to uy. .Mr. Benton wus born In North Carolina in 1793. and was therefore nboul 73 years Of ago. Thirty yours of hU life was spent in the United Stuu-sSoimlo, where ho ranked ninoiig tho f.,t i-l Am rlca Mate,nen. A...

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. — 15 April 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody advertisement willbe admitted t nto th J.VB.4I, ntll it it patd for,vpt where there It plal agreement to th. contrary and In all eases, th. p.rM. presenting kit advertisement for Insertion, will t.M responsible for the Mm. W. eannot pay our 4eto with aeeonnte on Tom, Dick, tod Harry, of whom we kri.sr nothing. Tha oath systsra li better for all partit,4 wt thatl mJhtrt toil. 9 CHURCH DIRECTORY. fi.byt.rian O. A. Aoams, Pastor Service ev.rj ahbath at lnj o'clock A. m., and 3 p. m. Baptiat I. P. Cannon, PattorBervlo. .very Sabbath at 10 A. v., and tuning. If. IS. ChorchM. KtcnanDioN, Pastor S.rvlc. wtrj Sabbath at 10) a. v. School Examiners' Notice. Tk board will hold their next regular lesalon for tha examination of Xeachors, at West Millgrora on the rat Tuoiday in May. In addition- to the usoal course, all Teaohera will kereafttr be examined in American History. ,Ne applicant will be examined who la not present ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 15 April 1858

Burns and his the Spirits. Mr. Francis a Hyier, of Motitpelier, Vermont, who writos poetry purporting lo emanate from de parted spirits, was askoil recent! bj lady who it an admirer of Burns, whether the Bard had round Highland Mary In Ihs spirit UnJ. Robin linms. eUalely snng- outttio Tallowing answer) I'lr lull;, that I come to jrntl A stranger-bard, In' weei t ken, For ye've known nought of ni , ears through Tiit lnya I've pour'd thrbngh Soolla's glen) But who ii t speak o' gliding Ayr, O hawthorn shales end liagraut ferns, ()' Dooa, an J lliglend Mary fair, Mayhap jra'll think o' Robert Burns. I em the ladend why I'm hers, 1 hoard the gndo-datne when she said Bhe'd know, In Joyous spirit sphere, If Bums ea wl' hie Mary wed. I eonght to tell her o' our Joy Na' inuckle Impress eould 1 wake And lady, I have flown to see If ye'd di message to Uir tike. Tell her that when I p&ss'd from earth, My angel-lassle, crowu'd wl' (lowers, Metmewi' glowing love-lit torch, And led mo to 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. — 22 April 1858

if. ; QUIA .-.If-' ii s c ; v t ; T, A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. PERRYSBUEG, O., TPITJHSDA.Y, APRIL 22, 1858. NO.L Something Loves Me. BY T. BUCHANAN REED, AH arlthln and all without me . Feel melancholy thrill; And the darkness bang about me, Oh,how stllll ,'Te my feet the river glldeth Through the shadow, sullen lark! On the stream the white moon rldeth, . . Llk a barciue. Aad the lindens lean above me, . Till I thik wmi thinga there ba, , la thU dreary world that lova ua, , Evenmel : . Oentle buds ara blooming near ma, Shedding iwaatatt breath aroaod, ' Coantless voloes rite to cheer ma, i . From the ground. " And the lone bird cornea I hear It In the tall and windy pine, four the aadneaa of ita spirit,, Into mine. There It swings and sings above me, ' Till I think aoine thinga there be, la thla dreary world that love me, Even Kiel Now the moon hath floated...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 22 April 1858

l'EURYSHURS JOURNAL. l. - . UIOWIM, Kdllor. TUUMHi . ihl topyti yf,ln tdvanee 1 fin All iHinMpllnnanotpald wllhlnsl monllil.t 00 - 'r" ( tfiWT" TIIUKSDAY, AIMtllf 82, Lecompton-Again. Jul wo pretlicluil, conference conimitlco, onisiinff of three incmbrri from each uraiitb. of Congress, has iweii appointed to harmonise the harmonious (K-mocruity and adopt torno plrrn up on which I hoy cft uni(o Tor llio ndmission ol Kansas. TlnrSeiiato comuiittco is coin-mrr-il of Messrs. arm-11, Hauler, And SowerJ ; mid llie House comiriiltee bio Messrs. SlPjirmus, Knglish, uiid UowatJt two tl publicans und four' loco focoi. Tha Naw York Tribute Uius speaks of tho pungngo of the resolution fur a conl'tiri-iico committee- by (ho House : The Houso of RupivscntativM yesterday do cidoj, by te Speaker's cotiiitf vole, o ;rmit the Committee ol Conference on llio Kansas bill ru itivatril by the Semite. Tho voto aiood yeas 108, nays 109, whereupon Mr. Speukcr Orr give tho laMing vote lor ft conference. Oil ...

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. — 22 April 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody llereafter.no advertisement willbe admitted Into the JoaaAt antll tt It paid foT,vspt wbersthsra It a special agreement to tha contrary and in all eases, the persoa presenting aa advertisement fo Insertion, will le held responsible for tha tame. Wa cannot pay our debts with aeooants oh Tom, Dick, and Harry, of whom wc kaew nothing. Tha cash system Is bettor for all parties, mf me thall adhere toil. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Prebyteria O. A. A pahs. Pastor Service tverj Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m, and S r. . .... Baptiat I. P. Cahsow, Pastor--Service every sabbath at 101 a.m., and t renin;. M. K. Church M. Richardson, Pastor Service Tory Babbath at 10) A. x. School Examiners' Notice. Tha board will hold thoi.- next regular session for the examination of Teacher, at West Millgrova on the first Tuesday in May. In addition to the usual course, ail Teachera will hereafter be examined in American History. No applicant will be...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 22 April 1858

The Impenitent. t dar not ear, forodv nit, Lord, Becane I foe I end undereand -Mysortow is unt Hint which thou Requlrest at 111 sinner's hind. When t have agonised In tvrs. Still my deeir hits rather hern Dllviano from Hi pnniahmrnt, Than full delivcranci from tho ala. I weep, because ! caunnt waop Over thou cherished sine of mlaal And pi ay, beeaus I cannot pray Not my rcUellioiiM will, but Hi ln I The Religious Revival. The Religious Revival. "AWFUL GARDNERS' STORY OF HIMSELF. " Awful Gardner," th converted purlin, was f rewnl on Sundny evening at a meeting in the Methodist Cliurcli in Oreene street, and related to the cotigreaaMon the circumstances of his conversion tallows t I IVel it my duty to tell yon what God has dons for me. 1 hope you will lifer all I have to ay. There are many here who have known m for tea yeare have knoan ma when fearfully wicked. Now I am on the Lord's aide, I waa on a visit to my brother in tile loun ry, bout twenty-right miles away, al a town call For...

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. — 29 April 1858

vrtaeXt. 1 "f :' fiqf?f ! . ; T . t ! v 1 Ay A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign New S. VOL. :V. PERRYSB'UEQ'i' O., TI-rUlSDY, AKIX, 29, 1S5S. E.TSTO. LT. liiiiiTii;tl i ,'''"'' - . , : .l , Happy Love. BY CHARLES MACKAY. I. V hit Is tli meaning of On sonj That ring o clesr and loud. 'Thon nightingale amid the copse Thou lark above tho clonds? What thy son, thou Joyous thrash, Up la the walnut tree? '" I lore my love, because I know Jlj love loves mo.'1 II. What Is the meaning of th thought, . U, maiden, fiilrnnd younrr? There is such pleasure In thine eyes, Sncli music on thy oniUc; There is such glory on thy face Vhat can the inenuins be? "I lore mv love, because I kuow My love" loves inc." III. ' O happy words! at beauty's Wesiugthruu eie cur pi hue; . ..Aad when the early summers pass, And Care conms on with time, Still be it ours, in Care's despite, Te join the chorus ...

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. — 29 April 1858

Perrysburg Journal. ' Hi A. ilUUI.K, Kdllor. - . . W'rj TEttMP.t , nseifynefeer,ln int $1 0 AM iiSKtHpttowaaMneld wltMnll months.! 00 friilruciftAV, Aiiiltie!, win. District Court. Tha time for holding District Coiiri, In tin pUroa Vn olm igca Trom the ISih .pf M? t the '17th of plemliet. TIiom who have been surhrnonrtl to appear on the ISth proximo, niejr therefore consider themselves, warned jptru't "doing so, except nl their riven costs. More about he Fraud. lty arlktes on our first pa,e, from the Toledo Rtu4i and D flance lltpnblicun, it will be svn that the law passed by tho lute session of the locQfoto Irgt.-lnttira cotifi-rring unusual power upon liid highness, Dully Bickiis, also greatly inoreaseS the salaries of nuny oflisers on the liiblic Works of the Slate. At Toledo, tlm in crosse is ovrr a thousand dollar. At Defiance,' il Is several hundred dollars. No good reason can be given for this prtillifiiite increa.se of pay to Collectors, Weigh Misters, iVs. At the sula titt ...

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. — 29 April 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up Important to, Everybody fl Hereafter advertisement wlllbe admitted Inte the JaaaiAt inttl It li paid for,ept where there it eaeelat igrtiMnl U tht contrary and In alt eases, the pereea presenting an advertisement for Insertion, will e held responsible for the Mm. W eennot pay onr elek-M with HMnnti on Tom, "Dlck.end Harry, of whom knew aothlnr. The cash system It bttttr for all p artlet.esssf ere AM asfnere loft". School Examiners' Notice. Th board will hold taeir next regular tettlon for the etaralnation of Teachers, at Wirst Jlillgro the AratTeeaday in May. In' addition to tin usual eourtc, all Teachors will hereafter be examined In American History. K SpTftHrftV will be extra'.ntd jdi? It not preiont netnelly at 10 o'clock A.. J. W. WOODBURY, Clerk. Religious Notice. Rar. Mr. Shaffer, bf Toledo, will preach in the M. E. Church ihia.erening. Thursday, April 29, 1858. I. O. of G. T. Tlitr will be a apecial meeting of tha Farrys V,.r T.i1b of ludeuemlenl ...

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. — 29 April 1858

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. t5o..M'.1 AN AC. AS A To -n1 1 f i tlin In ti'pjMil'-iit Tro-cnit' ttWtf of ll , fifth Ktnto of I ll.liv I mvt ! in in . '!". .Im'y if . '('.till the m:IiII ns if ii I t llio treasurer ofstn'c nt Hip capital nt Coluoil"!', ti!ether Willi Hip Miff, vh'HH mi. i niacr propn nn-i ni-. i .-n... ntssns for the smoiiI y mi 'I tM .' koopniR in in- p" i. , ninliov thereto lii'li'tijjin.. nnn ruiin-iimo nr.: in-umii l thsStsr nf (:ili., mnl i'.io treasurer il "iite ICtpiltcd to US0 till) If 'MIIV.V ."') In t III' I M the Sol.. place fur (lie ili'p..lt and m i; hcepln;; i'f tin1 mo-iPtr nf tho Slate ! mill tho IIIIIIIP.V In ii"' l.c'iniy shall nut he til ii or piiiil i I', I'Nuept III llm tntnii 't' hcrelmillcr trovhlod, mil pursuant lo npori'i'ri.ilion m.tilo y 'sc'ee, 2. Tli.it it li ill lm Iho duty nf cox.ily rnmmts (doners, of Fiii'h p.iiinly In 1'iU slate, lo provide with mit tlelav, If lite nuilo'lms li"l i'l'.'ll lllic.idc ilrllr," HH ulilc raiini o...

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. — 6 May 1858

jCffi"' If 011X1X11 BUM A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho. Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Homo and Foreign News. PEERYSBUEG-, O., THUESDAY, MAY 6, 1858. NO. TjTX. Era The Patter of Little Feet. Up with th sun at tnorning. Away to th gsrdsn ha hie, To If th leepy blossoms Hav began to open their eyes. Running a race with the wind. With a step as light and fleet, Under the window I hear The patter of little feet. . Now to the brook he wanders. In swift and nolseles flieht, Splashing and sparkling ripples . . Like a fairy water-sprite. Ho sand under fabled river, Has gleams like his golden hair, K pearly sea-shell is fairer Than his slender ankles bare. Mor the rosiest stein of coral That blushes in ocean's bed, ' Is sweet at the flush that follows ' Ou? darling's airy tread. Irom a broader window my neighbor - Looks down on our little oot. And watches the poor maa's blessing I cannot envy his lot , Be has piotaree. beoke...

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. — 6 May 1858

PBRRYSnUlW JOURNAL l. A. illUUINN, Krlilor. O sepy oe ,! n tlvanre $ 1 JIO AtlMUielptlonsatatn'wltMn-ls months .J no l'K It U Y SU U lUi : TlimiSDAY, MAY P, ISVi. Close of the Volume. Tiiii limn bar cK h rolumi live of he. Journal, i)4 ilia ("coinl yi'itr wliioli it liuabrcn under out inansfrm',iit. Tin; subscription tin), during ihe past Aero years, has itrt:raeii beyond our expor tation, bul, St should yet be inciessu.l at lrnsl two hundred, wliicli would givfl ui a cir.nilalion f 1 ,000 copin. To UioS;i friends who have kindly eneoiiri(rrd lis, In varied ways, we ft-cl indeed grateful. As our Inborn, arduous aa they have Wn, have nol enUryd our nurse, it is tin more gratifying Id know that friends fire to be fo'iml wlio do nol measuro tliuir friendship by tlic length of th n rs.. Tim now volutin! will commence next week, and a have nude utinn new arrangements by which' wa hope to rrmke it more nttrnf-tiv than this one ha Ihpii, We only Inpo lostirctcd by meriting success, and is ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 6 May 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody 'Hereafter, so advertisement will be admitted In to the Jeeaaai, antil it Is paid for,ex.ept where there U a special agreement to the contrary J and in all eases, the pan presenting an advertisement for Imartlon, will V aeU rssponsible for tha tarn. Wa cannot pa; our dshte with accounts en Tarn, Dick, and Harry, of whom wa kaaw nothinf . Tha cash system it bcttar for all parties. Mt shall mdhert to it. School Examiners' Notice. The board will hold their next regular eeuion for the elimination of Teaohors, at Wait Millerove on the SralTaaadaTlnMav. - Ta addition to the nsuet oourta, all Teachers will Weafter be examined in Amerloan History. Ma applicant will be examined who it not preient aaataallv at 10 o'clook a.m. J. W. WOODBURY, Clerk. (pHoni. R. Mott and John P, Hale kare aur thinks for Yalusbie public documents. . -Th Sheriff will offer ft Urge imount of property, at th Court House, next Saturday. -Sea adve...

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. — 6 May 1858

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 66] AN ACT To amend the lth. Utu. Hth, and 32J sections of en art entitled "An art for tlie assessment end tatition of nil property In thin Wats, and fur levying taxes thereon according to It trim vuluo In nmuey, pas.ed ml took effect April 13lh. A. I) 18 VJ. Section 1. R t mirtiJ &vM General A'S'mhly rf the State ef Ohio, That th sUteenth section of en act -nulled An act fnrthe assessment and tAmiil.ni of ell property ,,. Stat. til for !'; tM thereon according to Ire trne v.lu In money." pad April II. 1 1, be and It U hereby amended o as to read a follows! Hec. Itt. That when eny person shall rommene any business In eny county after the day urecedintr the second Monday of April in eny year, the average value of whose personal property employed In such burnetii eh 1 1 not hne been revinusly entered on the assessor' list for tstatloti lu ill county, such rn ehnll rep n-t to the auditor of the couuty tho :...,k.v,i...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 13 May 1858

cm t r ii u v! ' ir 11 is ii if A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Politics, Litcraturcgricinturc Education, tho Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. PERRYSBURa, O., THURSDAY , MAY 13, 1S5S. ISTO. 1. VOL. VI. liftrnTtirl IM From the Home Journal. Catechism for the Engaged. Before trust my Or place my hand In thine, Before I let thy future give Color and form to mine Before I peril all for thee, Question thy loul to-night for me. I break all slighter bonds, nor feel One shadow of regret; Is there one link within the past That bolus thy spirit yet? Or is thy faith as fair and free As that which I oan pledge to theeT Look deoper still. If thou cans'tfeel Within thy Inmost soul, That thou bast kep a portion back, While I hate asked the whole. Let no false pity spare the blow But in true mercy toll me so. Is there within thy heart a need That mine cannot fultlU? One chord that any other hand Could hotter wako or still? Apeak now, lest at some future day My ...

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 May 1858

PEURYSllURii J0URNA1 it a. a r.illtor. rrnM m tsnt" ?r,lnl'ans $ ' r,n AllM-sia-lBrUnanfilialdwithlivils ni..iitln.J lEUKYSMUKv: THUKStDAvi MAY i:UV. The Ohio Regiment. It seems that Ohio and Kentucky ore the fa vored States in the laic militaiy act. Kach r.r these Ststesget up te&l merit, an J the balance will be taken frem Or-gn, K-nia, California, nd Nebraska. Ohio and Kentucky well on ' cord glorious old alalia! Their sons w ill not sully the names of their illustrious siies. The Ohio 'rviiiiiK'iit will v composed f five companies from 'Cincinnati, ono f.om Spring field, one from Oileod, one from C ifdmelun, on from Toledo and one fiom Siubetivillo. Kni.li company will bo compu&eJ of? I, rink onli flic ; 1 flut ami 2 seoond Lieut., 4 S r-nnts, 1 Cor porali, and 2 Musicians. Tin- Reuionl will rendezvous at Cincinnati, on 1 will bi rowdy for the field early in J mi'. Companies officered by the (ioicrnor of Ohio, under tint late military lw, cannot be. accepted as such, but...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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