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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 June 1854

THE PERRYSBURG journal: BY S. CLARK. "Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures" $1.50 In Advance. VOL. 2. PERRYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1854. NO. 13. Definition of a Gentleman. The late and lamented Judge Talfourd, in the case of Wag vs. Kelson, tried at the Bristol, Eng land, Assizes shortly before his sudden lentil, thus defined the character of a gen- The evidence proved that the defendant, while in the theatre, had said to the plain tiff, " Da not speak to me, I am a gentleman and you are a tradesman." " Gentleman," aid the learned Judge, " is a term which does not apply to any station, but to the mind acid feelings in every station. The man of rank who deports himself with dig nity oiid candor, und the tradesman who discharges the duties of life with honor and integrity, are alike entitled to it, the hum West itizan, who fulfills the obligations cast upon him with virtue and with honor is more entitled to the name of a gentleman than t!e man who could indulge inof...

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. — 3 June 1854

98 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. ' PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1854. . J-The late decision by the U. S. supreme court against the constitutionality of the law of Olrio taxing banks in a different manner from that provided in their charters, oversets the whole object and tenor not only of the legislation of Ohio for the last three seasons upon this point, but also of the late decision of the supreme court of Ohio. The legisla ture and court of Ohio have aimed to destroy the banks by excessive taxation. Beingawarc that this could not be done by ordinary leg islation, the party adopted the plan of get ting up a new constitution for the state, and and having it adopted by the people," think ing thus to avoid the clause in the U. S. con stilution which declares that no state shall ever pass laws violating contracts. But the IT. S. court has nullified all these schemes. And now, the result of the late decision of the Ohio supreme court, and of the glori ous new constitution " in the h...

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. — 3 June 1854

THE PERRYSBTJRG' JOURNAL. 99 the Minister at San Juan. By the Northern Light, which arrived at New York on the 25th,, we learn the follow ing extraordinary facts in relation to the rascally treatmentsustained by our Minister to Central America, at the hands of the ruffianly officials at San Juan. The follow ing is communicated to the New York press by the purser of the Northern Light. Mr. Holland is now at Washington laying the matter before the Government, and we ex pect in a few days to lay its action before our readers. The Purser says: On the evening of t lie ldh inst.. the river steamer Routh, Captain T. T. Smith, arrived at Punt a Arenas, and was lying alongside the Northern Light to deliver her passengers. About dusk, while the passengers were, pass ing from one steamer to the other, a bungo having on board some 25 or 30 armed men, mostly Jamaica negroes, headed by a mulatto man calling himself the Marshal, came over from San Juan or Greytown, and ranged up alongside the stea...

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. — 3 June 1854

100 THE PERRYSBUHG JOURNAL. Correspondence of the Perrysburg Journal. ST PAUL, M. T., May 22, 1854. Mr. Clark: In my letter of the 16th inst. 1 gave you an accountof my route here, with a lew brief observations. I intended to have taken an exploring tour before this, but as yet haye been but a little distace : reasons would be of but little consequence to you, and still less to your readers. St. Paul is certainly a place of a good deal of business, and it has the appearance of that of a healthful kind. They claim a population of 5000, and there is no reason to suppose that they would wish to under-esti- mate ; but, looking at the city from the bums in various parts, and from the river, and from passing through the streets, I should have thqught the estimate too low by at least 30 per cent. As an evidence of the business of the place und the public spirit of the cit izens, I refer ou to the simple fact that four daily papers Live been started this month, one of which .sent you last w...

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. — 3 June 1854

THE PERiIYSBURG : JOtiRtiAll. 101 pus, attachment for contempt, order of refer ence, writ of dower, writ of partition, order or writ of sale, or nny other order or writ, (excepting a subpcena,) wherein tho number of words does not exceed three hundred, thirty cents; for issuing any such writ, execu tion or order, (excepting subpuma,) wherein the number of words exceeds three hundred, teu cents for each one hundred words; for entering au order to advertise, twenty cents; for entering proof of publication, ten cents; for entering a rulo for pleading.five cents; for taking an undertaking, bond or recognizance, thirty cents; for taking justification of bail, on notice, fifty cents; for endorsing or entering allowance of bail,"fivo certs; for entering an 'exoneration of bail, ten cents; for entering the return of each writ or order, (excepting executions and subprcna,) five cents; for en tering an appointment of a guardian for suit, ten cents; lor issuing veniro for jury, to be charged i...

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. — 3 June 1854

102 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Preparation for the Invasion or Cuba. The New York Journal of Commerce pub lishes a letter from a commercial house at eff Orleans, from which we make the fol lowing extract: Some parties here are now affording means privately, and giving their influence openly, to the "filibusters;" for among them we know of most infletitial and wealthy plan ters, who have heretofore bitterly opposed their schemes, publicly and privately. Some of these persons are well known as public influential men in Washington, and the fact of their entering into purchases of sugar estates, negroes, &C, latterly, satisfies us that they have great confidence in an early and effectual demonstration upon the Island of Cuba, which will produce the results mentioned above. The active preparations for an expedition ere kept as quiet as possible. The most suspicious circumstance is, that the bark Grappshot, which cleared from your port with muskets, &c, for the Thames, has )Dn Kin a ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 June 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 103 Dissolution of Copartnership. f MIE partnership heretofore existing between E. X Graham & Co., i this ilay dissolved by mutual consent. " UllAUAM. Perrysburg, March 20, 1854. The business will hereafter be conducted by the subscriber, at the old stand, where you w ill find a verv superior selection of ' Spring and Summer fools Cheaper than ever for Cash. lv Htock embraces every variety of Dress (Joods mid 'Trimmings; nlso numerous pieces varying in price from a tid to $7 per yard. Hoots and Shoes for men. women and children, for Spring and Sum mer wear; Summer Cloths, suitable in quality and price fur men and boys. Our Bonnets cannot, be; surpassed either for beauty or style ; and our Ribons are just the thing to epiip them w ith. I have also every variety of Hardware, for either! farmers, mechanics, or household use. In short, everything which anybody needs, can be. hail here cither cheap Goods, pretty Goods, or good Goods. And if you only call, that...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 June 1854

Hurrah for the Family Provision Store! TH. McKNIOIIT respectfully announces to the citizens of Perrvsburg that he has opened n full stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS Chirks brick building, next door to E. Graham & Co.'s, where may be found a good assortment of Provis ions, Produce and Groceries. His motto is Small Profits and Quirk Sates. Everything in his line will always be found, and at the lowest possible pri ces. By strict attention to business he respectfully elicits a liberal share of patronage. The following articles comprize part of his stock: Choice Young Hyson Tens at 3, 4,5,6, 7 & 8a. per lb. Sugar ; Havana & New Orleans Molasses ; Cider Vinegar, Nuts of all kinds, .Rio Coffee, Candies do Ground Coffee, Kice, Good nssortm't Stoneware Crushed & Pulv. Sugars, Baking Powders, St. Croix do Spices of all kinds'. New Orleans do Tubs, Pails, Brooms, Mould Candles, Mops & Bed-cords, Sterine do Green Apples, Star do Cigars & Tobaccos, Cranberries, Chocol...

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. — 10 June 1854

THE PERRYSBUM JOURNAL BY S. CLARK. "Agriculture, Commerce, 3fanufactiircs" $1.50 In Advance. VOL. 2. PERRYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1854. NO. 14. News from New Mexico. The Sunta Fe mail arrived at Indepen- .w,.,,' iv Sfhh. hrineins news that the inilita'rv were in pursuit of the Jicarillasl . . . . t r . U..1 Apaches, but nothing of importance had oc curred since the arrival of the last mail. From the olucial reports it appears ttiax. Lieut. Davidson lost m the fight, at the Cier- ilRuilla, twenty-two killed on the field, anc twenty-three wounded and forty-five horsey lost in the action. We annex a .short ac cmntof the fight, from the ban ta tebazettc (,i April 5th : The camp of the Apaches was situatec upon a mountain ridge, and in a positior natiin v ptrons ami niincuu ui access Lieut. Davidson saw that an action cou ui i COUUtl iiot bs avoided, and therefore made the nec-j psary preparations for battle. He dismount ed his men and with a small guard to pro tect ...

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. — 10 June 1854

10G THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1854. .-.?rA large amount of composition on the paper, and other hand-work, have deprived us t' the time necessary to write editorials. Slavery—Our Duty. Jt is expected by the opponents of the pouuuai puwtr oi slavery in mis quarter that neither Whigs or Democrats, or Free Soilers, as heretofore classed, will claim pre eminence in the battle that is joined to con flue Slavery to its true position, tinder the Constitution, in the States where recognized ly the municipal law. It was never in tended by the trainers of the organic law that Slavery should be recognized as a print-vole in our Republican Government. It is j a thing, a domestic institution, and in the compromises which were enteied into, the . . . . 1 . .i . .i . i i iniercsi or rigiu mat me owner ciaimeu in the person of his Slave was treated as pro perty, in arranging the basis of representa tion and taxation in the old thirteen, and in the States to be cr...

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. — 10 June 1854

A Thing Worth Looking At. We clip the following item from the money article of the New York Tribune for 31st May: "About two millions of dollars of Bonds and Mortgages held by the Ohio Life and Trust Company upon property in Ohio, fall due to-morrow, the required year's notice having been given last June. These Mort gages have been running many years, and ure called iu now in order to remove the capital of the Company from the State, the present oppressive Tax Law rendering it im possible to sustain a banking establishment in that State without loss. The tax upon this Company amounts in round numbers to three hundred thousand dollars per annum. If enforced we do not see that any bank can be carried on in Ohio under the law." There is in this little paragraph material for a lone sermon ; but we forbear. The declared tact speaks plainly enough for the j dullest conception. Here we have the an nouncement that two millions of dollars is to be withdrawn from the State. To replace this mo...

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. — 10 June 1854

To the People of Ohio. Futxow Citizens : The consummation of the first great act of the stupenduous scheme for the extension of slavery, and the establishment of the Slave Dominion over the North American continent by the repeal of the Missouri Prohibition, " and other threatened future acts, part and parcel of the same scheme, such as the proposed ex penditure of millions in the purchase of ter ritory from Mexico, utterly worthless except m a basis for the operations of the slave in terest, and the proposed waste of millions upon millions more in the re-establishment of Slavery in Cuba, in case of the enfran chisement of the bondmen of that island by its present Government, call loudly upon all true patriots to forego past political dif ferences, and unite as a band of brother! fraemci. in defence of our own rights, and the rights of human nature. God forbid that our country should alone, air.ong thp nations of the earth, take upon! herseif the hateful reproach of Slavery pro pagan...

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. — 10 June 1854

109 Acquittal of Col. Collier. Col. James Collier, of Steubenville, Ohio, and collector of customs at San Francisco, hus been for some time under trial as a defaulter to the government, in the southern district court of New York. On the 5th inst. the jury return ed a special verdict, completely acquitting him of the charges preferred against him, and demonstrating that instead of being indebted to the government the government was re ally indebted to him, in a very large sum, the" amount hereafter to be determined by the court, the questions upon which the amount depends, being questions of law rather than of fact. After the efforts which have been made to convict Mr. Collier, by the locofoco press, this finding of u jury pf his country- . - i .. men, must be in the highest degree giatity-1 lug, not oiny io inmsew, inn 10 ins menus, whose confidence in his integrity lias never lor a moment faltered. Xenia Torchlight. Equality of the Union. While millions hn being expended in the pur...

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. — 10 June 1854

Suttle's Sister in a Boston Woman's Rights Convention. Last night at the Woman's Rights Con vention, toward the close of the meeting, a lady was introduced to the audience as the sister of Capt. Suttle, who desired to state some facts respecting her brother's connec tion with this fugitive slave case. She said tshe had just come from Virginia, and had one or more interviews with Capt. Suttle the; previous day ; that she had come to plead with him to give Anthony Burns his liberty. Her brother, she said, was born in .New Hampshire ; had moved to Virginia, and by his marriage had inherited slaves. It was thus he became a slave-holder. She said he was a kind, good hearted man, but his mind was blinded in regard to the crime of slavery. He was not the owner of An thony Burns, but the agent of another per son, (or the slave was bound to him,) and that the real owner was not willing the man should be free. He had sent on word not to permit him to be sold, and insisting that he should be b...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 June 1854

THE PERRYSBUItGr JOURNAL. Ill Dissolution of Copartnership. rpilE partnership heretofore existing between E. L Graham & Co., is this day dissolved by mutual E. GRAHAM. consent. Perrysburg, March 20, 1851. The business w'll hereafter lie conducted by the subscriber, at the old stand, where you will find a superior selection of Spring and Summer Goods, Cheaper than ever for Cash. My stock embraces every variety of Dress Goods and Trimmings; also numerous pieces varying in price from a (id to $7 per yard. Boots and Shoes for men, women and children, for Spring mid Sum mer wear; Summer Cloths, suitable in quality and price for men anil boys. Our Bonnets cannot, be surpassed either for beauty or style ; and our Kibons are just the thing to ciiip them with. I have also every variety of lludware, for either f.irmers, mechanics, or household use. In short, everything which anybody needs, can be had here either chra) Goods, pretty Goods, or good Goods. And if you only call, that is suffi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 June 1854

112 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. for the Family Provision Store! JIT. McKNIGHT respectfully announces to the . citizens of Perrvsburg that he has opened a full stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS in Clark's KrinL- hiiildin!T. next door to E. Graham & Co. s, be found a eood assortment of Provis ion', Produce and Groceries. His motto is Small Profits and Quick Sales. Everything in his line .;n alwitvs ha found, and at the lowest possible pri ces. Bv strict attention to business he respectfully solicits a liberal share of patronage. The following articles comprize part of lus stock Choice Young Hyson Teas at 3, 4, 5, 6. 7 & 8s. per lb. Sivar ; Havana & New Orleans Molasses ; Cider Vinegar, Rio Coffee, Ground Coffee, Crushed & Pulv. St. Croix New Orleans Mould Candles, Sterine do Star do Cranberries, Bar 1 Soap, Winsor do Fancy do Sugar Crackers, Common do Nuts of all kinds, Candies do llice, Good aasortm't Stoneware Sugars, Baking Powders, do Spices of all kinds, do Tubs, Pa...

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. — 17 June 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. BY S. CLARK. 1 Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures" $1.50 In' Advance. VOL. 2. PERRYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1854. NO. 15. The Boy Heroes. A Sketch of Early Western Life. When Kentucky was an infant State, andj before the foot of civilization had trodden ! her giant forests, there lived on a branch of .the Green river, an old hunter by the name of John Slater. His hut -was upon the Southern bank of tin; stream, and save a i-inall patch of soma doz:-n acres that had been cleared by his own axe, he was shut up by den.se forests. Slater had two children! at home with hini two sons, Philip audi J)aniel the former fourteen and the latter twelve years of age. His elder children had) .i;one South. His wife was with him, but; he had been for seural years an almost) helpless cripple from the effects of severe j rheumatism. It was early in the spring, and the old hunter had just returned from Columbia. where he had b-'on to carry the produce oil the...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 June 1854

in THE PBRRYSBURG JOURNAL. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1854. The Next County Fair. copy paper, M. Democrat, the Premium List for the next County Fair. The attention of the farmers of Wood county is respectfully invited to this 'subject. By a little effort on the part of t ach one, commenced in season, a much better display may be easily made next fall than has been heretofore witnessed. the successful competitors will at the same time be the ones most benefitted. The pri mary object of ihe societv is to infuse into agricultural pursuits higher and higher stan dards of excellence and more scientific and improved methods of cultivation. Every member is thus interested not only in the improvements he may himself have in hand, but also those of all his neighbors and fellow- inembers the aggregate improvements of the year. There is one new feature in the premium list, as will be observed. The distribution of "JO copies each of the county newspapers a year as premiums, is a com...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 June 1854

- THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 115 The Japan Expedition. We publish this morning a very interest ing narrative of Commodore Terry's second visit to Japan, to receive the reply of author ities to the invitation of the United States to enter into closer commercial relations. It will be seen that his reception was ex ceedingly friendly, and that the object of the expedition has been fully accomplished. It does not appear that up to the latest date he had been able actually to conclude a treaty; but it seems certain that the conditions of imp had been agreed upon. The news was received ut I long Kong by the frigate Sus quehanna, which left Jeddo on the 25th of March. The statement of her officers was positive that the ratification of 1 he treaty was to take place on thc27lh, and that after its completion Commodore Perry was lo give a grand entertainment to the Commis-t-ioners. It will be seen by the narrative in another column, that the Japanese received Commo dore Terry with the utmost cord...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 June 1854

116 THE PERRYSBURGr JOURNAL. Now and Then. President Tierce waits lor no official call by due course of mail from "Boston, but catching the rumor of resistance to the iniquitous Fugitive Law, as it is borne upon the lightning's flash, he sends greeting bv the same messenger to the Marshal " that the law must be executed." How prompt this Northern President to obey the will of hi? Southern masters ! Look back a few short months to the time when the best citizens of Erie fled for their lives before an infuriated mob ; when a band of lawless men stopped the mails of the United States ; and seising the property of inoffensive men and women, scattered it to the four winds of Heaven ; when even life was sacrificed not the life of a volunteer in the dirty work of slave catching but the blood of an innocent child frozen in its veins ; when the great thoroughfare of travel was broken up ; when, not for a day, but for weeks, the process of the United States Court was disobeyed and despised; w...

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