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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 22 July 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up—Important to Everybody Hereafter.no advertisement willbe admitted Into tlie Jovbnai. until it ii paid for,eept where there Is a ettlal agreement to the contrary ; and In all eases, the person presenting an advertisement for Insertion, will e keld rponi iblc for the lame. "Wa cannot pay our debts with aeeounte on Tom. Dlck.and Harry, of whom uuow aothlntr. Tha oash system li bettarfor all partlaf, and thall mdhtrt to it. (Cpllowoll has some very nico flint glass fruit jars. Call ami mo tbem. . - ar-Tha Sabbath Scbool children connected with Amet Chapel, Toledo, had a pleasure ex vursion on tha Olive Branch yesterday. Dimocbatic The Treasurer of Wayne court ty haa removed his ofHce and tha county funds into bis drug store, for safekeeping,. J&rTb people of Fremont are complaining "because their local taxes amount to IS mills on the dollar. We have nothing to say ! sTIt is said that there is more money paid fnr riirara in the United States than for o - "...

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. — 22 July 1858

From the Waverley Magazine. The Model Man. The Model Man. BY MARY DR RAE. He's nil too short. In '' li"! I"0 tnll, , lint father stotUlnsti l.-tt.lor ; He's (Tiil'lo and loud to nil. Hut nnt tun soft and tender. He's tlrni ami ti . lo re cr Im f He does nnt turn mi l mvr Wiih every li.tle wind that bloat, To gfttn some bod.. 's favor. lit' not what the rr-irM, perhaps, Would mil i(.Vi''rt iVllioi, Bu nobler, fsr, Hi'in "i"' "' flinp'i Thai look k" sort mellow. HI dress In always i b'i'"d taste, Not fsnciful, nor rust.i ; 111! tnsnucrs every w i 1 ! are chaste, Ami never cross or crusty. He's rorlf'ii' alike ton all, The rloli nn I poorer rhi --si Ami never I""''" i' fii'il'. " '"' Through t .1 :r 11 i T-k ing gia-"! s. Though Ik" ""I H' Nut rov. t"in, ""i greed? : And no one a-c.s 'l I 11" To niJ tin' """' i",,,,b lie never lias that lum is'' '.v ir, An. I sui'i-rci'ious l" .n lu;t Tlmt insn In high '" v"'-r ' liwti Honor 1 (hoy ni' "inn I ")f Regardless what Hie world limy say, 1 I...

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 July 1858

;. A -Weekly Newspaper, jPcvotc do tho. jgjpigs of-Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education,Thc Arts and Sciences, Home" and ForcigiTI y ol. vi. PEREYSBUEa, O., THURSDAY, J"OXY 39is58." NO. vll For the Journal. WILLIE AND I. BY LILLY LARKSPUR. We wandered out in the moonlight, Willi and I; W were so happy that Dimmer niirht, Willi and I. Dili the stars were lrtizlit. nnd the ikv wtt blue, And he whisprred fond words so tweet and nunr, And wa nriiiiiul I. Inin tinman I pint Willie aud I. TT at beneath the old oak tree, Willie ami I, And told our love in words so free, Willi and I. He draw me close to his manly Iron!. 'On hi loving bcart I could sweetly rest; 0)1 w thought we were forever blest, Willie and I. But fate ordained that we should part, Willie and I; . Thev tore my Idol from mv heart, Willie nnd I. A nether smiles upon him now. And must soothe another's brow; la meek submission wo will bow Willi and 1. Va no'er shall meet together here, Willie and I, Althou...

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 July 1858

PEIIUYSBURO JOOHNAI M. A. illt.UINN, Hdltor. -- ' ' - it; It MM Oeeaopyaaa vear.l n a Ivanee ft AO AU hiirlptlonnt paid wit hi mi a mouths, 2 CI) " ' " r k u 1 1 Ysn u j iu f REPUBLICAN TICKET. JvrnK nr atthum cnvnf, WILLIAM V. PECK, or Huoto. rnn envrntni.r.iii, WILLIAM li. THRALL, ok Franklin. TTWKT 0'IKl, Von ClimSTOrilEK l'.WOLCOTT.or Summit. VKvnru imnn ok rrm.io worms. JOHN L. MAItriN, oviii'ti.Ktt. Foil f'llNOIIMS, "if II litMUMT, JAMKS M. A SULKY. Convention—The Nominee. Tlio Repnblieni (Jo:i?f.'ii :i(iiiiil convention, beM nt Defiance last Tlmrsiliiy, tliu iroC''eiiiiij,M of vliioli wo insnrl in ntinUii r part of thin Mprr, wis ono ol tlio liu-'st ik'loi;ato conventions ever licit) In the district. Aficr tho wiihlriuvn! or llio nntnos of two or tbrco parsons, who lnul boon l roitjl it into tlm can vass by tlu'ir I'liond-i, nnd i. Iroo inliTehun;0 of opinions, tlio convention prneoiided lo ballot, and Gen. J.nnos M. Asbloy, id" Toledo, iceeivod tlie noiniimlion on tho first ...

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 July 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up—Important to Everybody. Hereafter.no advertisement wiilbe admitted Into (lie Joiaait, until It ia paid for,ept where there i it paeial ijrw.-'Nil to tha contrary j and In all rases, the parson praa'tintf an advertf nient for insertion, will be hald raapoi1, ' ' for tha rtme. We cannot pay our debt with aecounta on Tom, Dlcb.aud Harry, of whom W know nothing. Tha cash ayttam ia better for all partial, Ana1 we thatl adhert toil. ' ' ML 1. - -- - OCrTho Rochester Novelty Iron Works nro bolug removed to Toledo. Sensible to tbe lust. The Scow, IV'm. Mathevs. Cnpt. Math ews, U loading with slaves at our dock, for Buf falo. ffOut lettter from Lake Superior was re ceived at too late an hour for insertion this .reek. JMrQjn. Quitman died at Natchez on the 17tli inst., from the i-flecls of the National Hotel disease. ;fcrThe fine Schooner K. K. Gilbert, Copt. McGlashan, is again in port, luudiug with lum ber for Buffalo. .feJosiah IlrtJes, Esq., of Tilriii, died on...

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 July 1858

The Beautiful Land. BY BARRY CORNWALL. There In land immortal, Tin beautiful i'f lands, Baslde the anrlrtit oritl A sentry grimly stands. He only ciin undo It, Anil open wide th door; And mortals who pass through ft. Are mortals never more. Thai rlnrlniia luml Is Heaven, And D.ath the stulri (trim Tbe Lorl therefore has given The open keys to lilm, And ransomed aii Itn sisjilng And sorrowing for sin, Co pass the (rate lu ily In jf. And freely enter In, TrmiiRh dm sml tlrrth passnjt That leadcth to the guto, Yet gracerome with tlio I'enagc, To souls Hint watch and wait; And, et the time appointed, A messenger comes down, Aid leade the Lord's minoliiled From the cross to glory' crown. Their algt nre I" slnglnit, They're blessed In their tears, Their journey homeward winning, They leave on earth their fears. Death like an nnget seemeth, We welcome llice,'1 they cry; Their fare with glory hcamcth 'Till lifo for thi'in to die. Earthquake in Mexico. The City of Mexico correspondent 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. — 12 August 1858

cm N AJ A. r A, y inia A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign Hews, "VOL. VI. PEHHYSBTJUQ, O., THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 185S. NO. XIV sip 11 gJU4J The Germs of the Beautiful. Be utter the germs of the beautiful, By the waysido let them fall. That the rose may spring at the garden gate, And the rine on the garden wall; Corer the rough and tho riule of jarth With a veil of leaves and flowers, And mark with the opening bud and cup The march of summer hours. Scatter the germs of tho beautiful In the holy shrine of home, Lft the pure and fair, aad the graceful there, In their lovlieat lustre come; Leave not a trace of deformity In the temple of the heart. But gather about Its hearth the gems Of Nature and of Art Scatter tho germs of the beautiful In the temple of our Uorl The God who starred the uplifted sky, And (lowered the trampled sod; When He built a temple for Himself, And a home...

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. — 12 August 1858

PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 12. v. ii nun n, i:iitot. m i Ti:imnt Onnanpy.inn vnnr.ln a Inner fl in All llnctlntl'insii of ,aid wlthlmlx month A.'.' CD " "" ' pumiYsnu'iur: 7 r TIIUKSDAY, AT7l!:sT 12, IH.Vs. REPUBLICAN TICKET. rim .tt-imriii' wriuMi: coiuit, WILLIAM V. lMiCK, or Kcioto. i on I'DMi Titni i.iih, WILLIAM 1J. Til It ALL, ok Fuakklim. I'.tii A rrnnsi'v to nkii ti , CUKlSTOl'llKlt I'.WOLCOTT.of Si-mmit. Ml ' Mill: II lint, 111 OK IT Hl.lt' WOIIKH. JOHN L. MARTIN, or nuTLiiii. riltl ('ONOIU.SM, fiTII I'lSTIII'T, JAMES M. A SULKY. PcopEe'tt Mwkk R2cct5Ei, AM) ltritiiMlnm County Convention, GOV. SALMON P. C1IASK, HON. IJ. IWVAIU'2, UKN.JAN.M. ANIII.I2Y, Ami oilier il stlneaiiidied llcpublicun spuuliurs urn e-speetod l I'o 'i cnnt nml n.lttiOMJi tlm jioojilu of Wuoil county nt Howling tiiecn, o'm siinwiv, hki'ti: miikk ii. w. Let 1 1 Hire lie a guni'liil turn out In huur the Cliuuipl omof the rM.'n-democratic pi l m'iplcn, n hold to I y tlie Republican Party, In opposition to tlio im...

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. — 12 August 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody Hereafter.no advertisement willbe admitted 1 nto tl.r JoCBitAb until It 1 paid for.ev-ept where there I n pielal agreement to the contrary t d ,n a11 ee;t1ie ereon presenting an advertisement for Insertion, tt ill he held responsible for the ame. Wo cannot pay our 4ebt with occounts on Tom, Dick.and Harry, of whom we know nothing. The cash syMem it better for all parties, ami r thnll adhert to it. ' I. O. of Q. T. Tin ru will bo n spjci.tl meet ing of the Independent Order of Good Templars, t their Hall, on Friday evening next. A full ttendauce is solicited. LAFAYETTE BORDEN, W. S. L. . ar" William" will appear next week. JSa-Ripo peaches nrc selling in Columbus at fire cents each. Edward Wade, of Cuyuhoga county, has teen renominated for Congress. JSJ7-R. Teflt is shipping one. hundred and twenty-one thousand feet of lumber from this place Jfor the eastern markets. . m -- SrJohn Duer, Chief Justice of the Super...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 12 August 1858

From Harper's Magazine for August. How the Money Goes. flow Roes tli Money? Well, I'm sure ft ln'l hard to tetli It Run for mil ami water rales, For hrcsd anil IiiiMit. coal and gratca, Halt, rap ami carped, hoops, ami boeo And that's tlie way the Money goesl How goes the Money? Nay, Pon't everybody know the way? It goes for" bonnets, conta and capes, Kilks, sstlna, mnallna, velvets, crapes, Hliawla, ribbons, (urn, ami furbclowa And that's the way the Money goes! How goes tha Money? Sure, 1 wish Ilia way ware hop e thing fewer; It goes for wages, taxe a, dchta, It goea fur pr acuta, goes for bets, Fur paint, f omadr, and tnn-dt rose A 'ml tlmt'a tha way tho Money guest How goes tho Money ! Now, I've aonrco begun to mention how, It goes for luces, fi'atlii'rK, rings, Toys dolls and othar dahy things, V III pa, Whistles, ramllaa, bells nnil bows And tbst's the tvny lUu Money goal! How goes tho Money? Come, ) know it Uoaan't K for rum; It goes for schools and sabbath chimes, It goes fu...

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. — 19 August 1858

11a If 4 fruTttr ITI1 $ 'fl A Weekly Newspaper, Ucvoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Polities, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. PEREYSBURG-, O., TTrtUllSDVY, AUGUST lO, 1858. AOL. VI. 1 E3 II ri 14 11 II El ft II IB A Requiem. Into tin eternal hdoir Tint girds or lit'o around, Tntr the Intlnite silence Wherewith Death's shore is bound, Thou hast gone forth, beloved! And I were mean to weep. That thou bust left Kite's shallows, And dost yo?css the deep. Thou Host low nnd silent, Thy heart Is cold nnd still, Thine eves are shut forever, And IieatH hath had his will; He loved ami would have taken, I loved and would hvc k pt. We strove, and he was stronger, And I uav never wept. Let him possess thy body, Thy soul is still will me. Mora sunny and more gLtdsomo Than it was wont to be: Thy body was a letter That bound me to the tlcsh, Thank (1ml that it is broken, And now 1 live afresh! Now T can see thee clearly; The duskv clou I of cla...

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. — 19 August 1858

PElUtVSIJUIW JOURNAL. illMMINN, Editor. tlhum Oaemriy'navear.ln i Ivsnee $ 1 tin III inscriptions net is Id wlthinsl month, J (HI ' rKUUYSMJKUl THUKWilAY, Al'Jl)HT .WiN. REPUBLICAN TICKET. row .irimn nr trriiFMK cnt'HT, WILLIAM V. l'KCK, ok Scioto. roB riiirTinii,i.i:i(, WILLIAM B. Til It ALL, of Franklin. I'HH TTllNKV lll'NKHAI, CHRISTOI'HKU r.WOLCOTT.or Summit. MKMIIKIt HOAI1I) "F IM MI.IO WOHKS. JOHN L. MAIU'IN, ormiTiaa. TOW CONOIII'.tS, 5TII MMTIIIf-T, JAMES M. A SULKY. People's Mass Meeting, AND Republican County Convention, GOV. SALMON P. CHASE, GOV. SALMON P. CHASE, HON. B. F. WADE, GEN. JAS. M. ASHLEY, Ami other d stlnguii'hi'd Hcpnblicnn speakers are iperted Id present und address the people of Woml eountv at Howling Cireen, o.v s a rruiA r, kki'IT.vif.k 11, i:.h, Lei there Ih- a iff iiKrul lin n out In hear the Cliunipl oni of the germine democratic principles, ns held to ly the Republican rarty, in opposition li the spurious democracy, lut promulgated ly tho present Adii...

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. — 19 August 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash UpImportant to Everybody Hereafter.no advertisement will be admitted Into the JovaKAL antll it it paid for,ex-ep where there I peefal agreement to the eontrary ! nd In all cases. the ereon presenting an advertisement for Insertion, will held responsible for the earne. We cannot pay our debit with account, on Tom. DlcV.and Harry, of whom we know nothing. The cash system It better for all parlies, nne" tee shall adhert to it. School Examiners' Notice. Tie board will hold their neit regular session for theeiamlnatlon of Teachets, at Temberville, on the First Toevfty, and at Portage on the Ihlrd Tuesday of September next In addition to the usual course, all Teachera wll aereafter be examined In American History. No applicant will be examined who li not present at 10 o'clock J. W. WOODBURY. Clerk. arThero is to ba t pleasure rUe on the BHe tomorrow. & Hunt a e just receiving a large inToice of atoves. XThe Scow K. Haytt is loading, at this port, with 200,000 ...

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. — 19 August 1858

Twenty Years Age—A New Version. 1 mt a tflrl tli" other lnv, S i'ii" twenty vein' "I I r so. Tin' Inm." of the nymph l loved bom twenty tours ago. Th liluhinir clmrk, the sparklitiff rye, Tho liuir nl' Mien ll.iw All. how limy nut mv heart ublar. Home twenty years sgo. I spoko her miniver did not much Of nit r wisdom show Hut thus tlio lovely M iry tslked 8oiii t wont tuars ago. Wlml! ronM t-liVI-nv In -nrt like tills My hestt In tiimti't throw J I rinut Imvo been u liill" Kreoil -Kuan) twcil'y ve ill .'. v. I t T ill -V.i (.lino urned tny lovol I tvi Hi lovely. Mary m Hit Innus hi." v .in i llur wit mil w I -1 i u ai"- A t.vcnty 'years I In.i!( n jM'ii h"t; f.i f"l eh '-V fir in v ii.' i hi ' " i An. I than Imr tn.it .ii ' rumm twenty yars UK"' Wnnrl li ' who t'" end !' 'I' To plotn s no t'.l.nporlutf Mis Wlm knows wli it tlio i wil' ,;''",( "' ,,"r Sonm twenty yen; Iron tlil.! The Dream. 1 1 pt nil.l droannd t'l i' li'J nliltyi vv.iU mi l r.iiinl that I'fJ ' ,l.,tv! Was Ihivi Hi V...

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. — 26 August 1858

A 4 I II Ml XT1Tb If IT T (IT A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Polities, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News, VOL. VI. ieh:rys;btj;rgk o., ti-itj:rs:da.y, actgrjst so, is58. no. xvi For the Perrysburg Journal. Brother ! BY CARRIE. There ara ahadowa 'round my life-path, And gloom within my heart, And often in my lonely hou;- The unbidden tfltr will start. Then memory's niagio fingers, Will sweep across my aoal, A4 notes of sweetest muslo In bird-like echoes roll; Aad gleams of olden love-light Around its portals piny, And with a gentle, kindly touch Kiss all my tears away. In the visions memory biinReth The dreams of " anld lang syne " Are ever blended lovina thoughts, Of thee, dear brother mincl And all ray brightest fancies. To the absent dear una roam, Whote presence was the joy-light That gladdened our old home. This light went o'er the threshold With the lovo-besms of thine eye. And long the clouds of sorro...

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. — 26 August 1858

PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. ti, , IIUtJIIMI. Ktfltor. TERMS: pvvar .In ilranre,.... $ 1 AO All i thtrrlptionsnotpaidwllainslt month. 3 (W I'KUIIYSBIJKO: THURSDAY, AlKMJHT 20, lVs. REPUBLICAN TICKET. 0Sj ton Ji-nur or arrnrvii! court, WILLIAM V. l'UCMC, or Scioto. r1l CO1l'TH(M.I,n, WILLIAM B. TIIUALL, op Frankliit. for stvohnkv iivnxkai, CHIUSTOPUKU I'.VVOLCO TT.or St umit, MKMIIItK KOUIIt Of IM'lll.tf! WllllKS. JOHN L. M All TIN, or cutler. rnn rnsiinm, 5tii nisTiirrr, JAMES M. ASHLEY. People's Mass Meeting, AND Republican County Convention, SALMON P. GOV. SALMON P. CHASE, HON. B. F. WADE, GEN. JAS. M. ASHLEY, Anil other d stinguished Republican speakers are aipected to lis present and address llie people of Wood ouutv at Bowling (Jriten, (). SA 1'L'KOA V, SKPTF.MIIKllU. 1h:,H, Let there be a geucral turn out to hear the Champi ons of the i hhi'h democratic principles, a held tu ly the Republican Party, In opposition tu tliu spurious dmracy, ai promulgated by the present Adminls tratlon an...

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. — 26 August 1858

LOCAL AND LITERARY. LOCAL AND LITERARY. Cash Up--Important to Everybody Hereafter.no advertisement willbe admitted into the Javaail. until it It paid fof,.pt where there U ft tpselal agreement to the contrary J and In all eases, tho person presenting an advertisement for Insertion .will be held responsible for the same. Wa cannot pay our debts with aeeounte on Tom. Dick.and Harry, of whom know nothing. TU. cash system la better for all parties. asssf t shall adhere toil. School Examiners' Notice. The. board will add their aeit regular scasion for tfceesamioatloa of Teacheia, at remhervlllt, on the rirrt TiT, and at Portage o the Third Tuesday of September next. In addition to the usual courie, all Teacher wll hereafter be examined In American History. . Ho applicant will be examined who 1 not present at 10 'clock a.m. J. W. WOODBURY. Clerk. ' G. B. Kreps i receiving quite an addi tion to his slock of goods, and his assortmentof Groceries and Provisions is kept up as usual. WQsn C. W...

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. — 26 August 1858

From Household Words, July 17. The Last Devil's Walk. from M brimstone bed nl break of dity A devil hm walklne g"ne. To trample and char Ihc Hewers to death, To Infill lh i)r with hi p stllenl breath, And to cloud Ibe morning sun. ml, limy, how was this devil dressed f Oh! lie was cased In nil Iron testi Hli scales wore rloin mi. I hi rivets true. With never a olilnk for spear to get through. And Pr the Mil and over tin dnlo, Ifo walked, nd over the plain. Ami, n air gun. elegant, polished nnd round. Tint would kill miles off. wllh never a sound. lie twirled Ilk a harmless cne. And o-tr Hie laurels of full Mown Punic, And tho tender shoots of tlie young Hood Name, lie stamped wlih lil mcreilcs lni"l of shame, And h Iftt tiU print uu i j. Ami backward nnd forwar a l-e wrlKghM his t ill. Through rose trimmed girdm mid l' y stroivii vale, Marking hisrnnr.r fiy a loathsome trail, Like snail iraik over n peach. H spied n If l'im r hard lit work. K.nilr tit hs ileioii.-u. promim-iici- off...

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. — 2 September 1858

dii:'n III ;--urr A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to tho Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts anSdcnccSy Honic "and Foreign Ncwi VOL. "VI. PEERYSBUEG, O., TI-ITJRSDVY, SEPTEiMBER 2, 1S58. NO, XVII dit - VV.V 11V p 0 HE We too Have our Autumns. BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. We, too, have autumns, when our leavss Drop loosely through the dampened air, ' "When Ml our good sotnw hound in sheave, Aud w stand reaped and bare. Our season have no fixed returns V.'ithout our will they cum and go; At noou our suilden amitnier burns, E'er ninaet all is anow. But each day brings less antnmer eheen. Crimps more our Ineffectual spring, And something earlier every year Our singing bird take wing. As leu the golden glow abides. And less tin; chillier heart aspires. With drift-wood, beached lu last, spring tide W light our sullen tires. By the (it itched rushlight's stirring beam Wo cower and str.iiu our wasted sijrht. To stitoh youth's shro.td up, oaai by seam, In...

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. — 2 September 1858

PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. U. A. .IIMMINM, Editor. Oeeeepyeae year.ln i lnf $1 AO AlUehsorlptlonsnetpaldwithlnsIs month. 'J mi "TEKUYsnimd: THURSDAY, HF.I'TIi 'HIHIl 2, 185. REPUBLICAN TICKET. foil Jt'rwr nv ni'1'iil'MK rntniT, WILLIAM V. PUCK, or Scioto. KOIl BciMI-TllOI.I.KK, WILLIAM B. THRALL, ok Fbakkliw. rOH TTOHIKV (ItNrHlli CHRlSTOPllliU lVOLCOTT,or Summit. hrviikh noAnn op nni.tc wohks. JOHN L. MARTIN, oifUOTLBR. tan CnNUHI:iN, fiTII DISTIUCT, JAMES M. A SULKY. People's Mass Meeting, AND Republican County Convention, GOV. SALMON P. CHASE, GOV. SALMON P. CHASE, HON. B. F. WADE, GEN. JAS. M. ASHLEY, Aad otlior d stingulshod Ki'iilli'iiu speakers nre spected to bo present und address tliu people of Wood Oountjat Bowling Green, ON BATVRU.IY, SEl'TEMIIEU , ln, there be a general turn out to hour the Chnmpl niof tha fM(ir democratic principles, as held to ly tba Hepuelican Party, In opposition to tliu spurious democracy, a promulgated by tho present Adminis tration and II oMlclnl suppmtc...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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