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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 June 1854

THE PERRYSBURGr JOURNAL. 117 A Spice Okchard. In one of his ictters from the East, Bayard Taylor gives an ac count of a visit to a nutmeg orchard on the island of Penang: : On our return to the ship, we visited a nutmeg plantation. The trees, which are from 20 to 30 feet in height, are planted in rows, at intervals of about 20 feet. The leaf is dark green and glossy, resembling lhat of the laurel, and the fruit, at a little distance, might be taken for a small russet colored apple. When ripe, the thick husks split in the centre, showing a scarlet net work ' of rnacc, enveloping an inner-nut, black as ebony, the kernel of which is the nutmeg of commerce-. The clove tree, not now in its bearing season, has sonr.i resin blanre to the nutmeg, but the leaf is srmill i r, and the foliage more loose and spreading. As we drove through the orchard, the warm ii ir of noon was heavy with spice. The rich odors exhaled from the trees penetrated the frame, with a sensation ot languid vdnd .volupt...

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. — 17 June 1854

How Cuba is to be Obtained! The Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger, asserts with great pos itiveness, that Cuba will be acquired during this Presidential term, and he adds that all parties in the south are united in favor of the scheme, supposing that the present Con gress is more favorable to the movement than any other that can be elected for the next dozen years. He further says, that " the Cuban matter was only delayed to suf fer Nebraska to get out of the way; that being accomplished, and internal tranquility being secured, our foreign relations will take a new start, with a fair prospect of accom plishing gTeat results. Steps will be taken to secure the ultimate annexation of Cuba, Porto Rico and St. Domingo, which, if achieved, will secure us the command and control of the colonial products of the north, and render us masters of the world's commerce."' If this writer knows no more of the designs and expectations of the gov ernment touching Cuba, than of the p...

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. — 17 June 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 119 rpO 8IIOOL TEACHERS. The regular J. examination on the first Tuesday of July, (the anniversary of American Independence,) will be postponed till the duv following. No other exami nations will be held until further notice shall have; been given. By order of the Board. . J. II. NEW'J TON, Clerk. June 17, 1851. 15w2 Dissolution or Copartnership. 1 1 1 K partnership heretofore existing between E. (iridium & Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Perrysburg, March 20, 1851. E. GRAHAM. The business will hereafter be conducted bv the aiili4i-vilnr. ut. the old stand, where vou will rind a ! very superior selection of " ' Sprint; aad Summer Goods, Clwnwr than ever for Cash. ! 1 . Mv stock embraces evry variety or Dress Goods anil Trimmings: also numerous pieces varying in price from a fid to $7 per yard. Boots and Shoes f'r men, women and children, for Spring and Slim mer wear; Summer Cloths, suitable in quality and price fur men and boys. Our lionmts ...

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. — 17 June 1854

120 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Hurrah for the Family Provision Store ! Til. McKNTGIIT respectfully announces to the citizens of Perrvsburg that he has opened a full stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS in Clark's 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 Sales. Everything in his line will always be found, and at the lowest possible pri ces. By strict attention to business he respectfully solicits a liberal share of patronage. The following articles comprize part of his stock : Choice Young Hyson Teas at 3, 4, 5,6. 7 & 8s. per lb. Sugar; Havana & New Orleans Molasses ; Cider Vinegar, Nuts of all kinds, Rio Coffee, Candies do Ground Coffee, Rice, Good assortm't Stoneware Crushed & Pulv. Sugars, Baking Powders, St. Croix New Orleans Mould Candles, Sterine do Star do Cranberries, Bar Soap, Winsor do Fancy do Sugar Crackers, Common do do Spices of nil kinds, ...

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. — 24 June 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURME. 15Y S. CLARK. . VOL. 2. " Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures." $1.50 In. Advance.. PE11IIYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1854. NO. 16. What Senator Douglas means by people of Territories governing themselves. Senator Douglas slated in one of his re-J fvut midnight speeches to a brass band of serenaders in this city, that he had spoken his share in favor of the Nebraska bill, audi ihat he did not intend to discuss the subject! injy more. Since then, lie. Ins in a de. three public speeches upon the prolific theme, and! to oil appearances intends to lire his Nebras-' ka gun as fat as he can load, until the wis -! doin of his winter's work is acknowledged liy 'lit1 country it' he lives so long. We ulno may trut'ifully say we have wriilen our share in opposition to the Ne-i braska bill; but al'ler the example of the Jv-nator save that we violate no promise we shall continue to discuss its iibomina-: iions until we bring them all to light, and! the au...

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. — 24 June 1854

PERR YSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1851. A call for a county convenlion of cit izens, without regard to party, has been cir culated in Wood county, and signed indis criminately by 75 or 100 good citizens of all panics, opposed to the repeal of the Missou ri compromise and the consequent admission, of slavery into Nebraska. Handbills have bet-it Issued, and the convention will beheld at Portageville, on Tuesday, July 1, 1851. A general attendance is anticipated, and a man's politics heretofore will not be regard hi Liirir. u nn iii. nil r.oiin Jiii;iai in hulili ; J and true democracy. It is but just U say,j.a however, that several staunch old fashioned .lut.iiiprulc lnvr KpAn mnct nrtivn in ct'ttmrr w.ww. .v... ...v,v ni this movement on toot. delegates to the, sla'e convention wbesx4ected. ,.-E?-Our neighbor of the Democrat says that the opening of Nebraska and Kansas to .slavery, by repealing an act of congress by which slavery therein was "forever prohib-! ited, is an anti-s...

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. — 24 June 1854

More of the Fraud. Our. telegraph of yesterday morning an nounced, among other Congressional pro ceedings, that Senator Chase would intro duce a bill explanatory of, and defining the Nebras-kri Hill, vyith a view to obviate the recently discovered "error' in the Law. Thid error, it appears, is of tlu: character of i fraud, quite in keeping with the odious scheme. A telegraph to the Tim 'S, dated Tuesday, says, " An astounding fraud has just li.icii discovered by Messrs. Campbell, of Ohio, B.iiton, Mace, and others, in the Nebraska Bill. It seems that Mr. Rich-inl sou stated to the llouie that this tub.-ilute i was tin S-nate bill s-iinp!y, without the Clayton proviso, win n in fact, he had in serted a clause proridltig that, no pe.rsom other than (.ituknX of the United States should hold office or vole, until they had nucom iO nu)Krt the, principles of this jjill. It hI.su provides fur continuing in force laws locally applicable. This" includes the .-ct 1831, excluding from said ter...

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. — 24 June 1854

Japan Opened—Satisfactory Result of Commodore Perry's Visit. Three Torts Opened to American Trade Agreement to Furnish Coal to American Steamers Interesting Narrative Detailed Account of Commodore Perry's Second Visit. The Susquehanna arrived at Hong Kong J'rom Japan on the 2d (April,) bringing the gratifying intelligence that Commodore Per ry had succeeded in the objects of his mis sion in a manner that will confer honor on his country and enduring fame on himself. Til-! .precise terms of a commercial triaty had not been definitively arranged when the Susquehanna left the Ycdo on the 24th of March : but enough had been done to estab lish a friendly feeling between the two coun-i tries lo des. The opening of three or viore ports' inc commerce or America, ana mc furnish-' r . " ' iii" of coals for its steamers, may be consid ered as matters settled, and Captain Adams held himself in readiness to. proceed in the Saratoga to bear the intelligence to the gov ernment at Washington. We ar...

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. — 24 June 1854

The Armies of Russia. Referring to the reports of the Russian nrmies twelve or fifteen hundred thousand atrong (says a welt informed foreign officer), they are like the fabulous twelve hundred thousand soldiers of the. first French Repub lic, which, with its fourteen armies, never brought a third of that number into the field. It is easier to bring imposing cyphers than solid battalions into a line. Glancing at the distracted financial condition of Rus sia, at the aversion to the war attributed to t lie majority of the nobility and commercial classes, whose pecuniary burthens augment as iheir resources diminish ; and at the diffi culty of recruiting, argued by the violent means resorted to, the writer proceeds to a consideration of the strength of the army. Alter the. dismissal, in 1851, of the 50,000 men raised by extraordinary levies after I3l3. the remaining sum was -100,000. A lew mop. ili ao, tin'. Czar decreed a levy of nine men to the thousand inhabitants on the population, o...

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. — 24 June 1854

V 126 THE PERRYSBURG JOUR The "Wool" Trade.--A Customer. A correspondent at Port Clinton writes us that nn "individual" calling himself jfewton, professing to belong to the firm of Newton & Brother at Utica, N. Y., and which ha represents as a heavy Wool House. -has paid Ottawa county a visit and hasi succeeded in " pulling the wool over the eyes" of some of its good people. Profes sing to have, been enamored of the fine fleeces of Ottawa, our correspondent goes onto say, he suggested that it was his desire to establish an agency for its purchase and to leave some 810,000 or 15,000 in Port Clinton for that purpose. After making considerable noise, he so far won the confi dence of our friend that the latter relurtantly consented to take the agency and the 15,000, together with a handsome'sala ry, &c. This " heavy Dealer" had ben so unfortunate, in traveling, as to loss his trunk in which he kept his best rig; conse quently his toggery presented a rather shabby appearance. It ...

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. — 24 June 1854

THE PERRYSBUItG JOURNAL 127 rO SIIOOL TEACHERS. The regular -L examination on the first Tuesday of July, (the anniversary of American Independence.) will be postponed till the clay following. No other exann nutions will Lo held until further notice shall have hi-en given. By order of the Board. J. II. NEW TON. Clerk. .lune 17, 13H.l.w2 2isoltitio.i of C!ot:.rj8.ers.ii2. MlE partnership heretofore e.i.-;tin' hi tween V.. Graham & Co., is this day dis.lwd lv mutual , ; I ! ' I'OlHflll. lVrrysburg, March 20, 1S51. ii. GRAHAM. T'io br.si-.ies will hereafter be conducted by the huiM-r;lier, at t lie uW (stand, where you will Inula very superior celuet ion of Spvias iii.nl tnimaner iioodv. Chvaprr than ever lr (7r.'. M f-turL eiiil 'i:i(.'f evci'v vatv.'tv of Dr-a Goods ,'! Triminiii;'" ; al.-o tu'incriKH piece. varying i;i luiee from a (id to $7 per yard. Boots ni.d Mines l r nimi, woLii'ii and children, fur .Spins and .Sum liicr wear: iuu'.iut Ch-tii. suitable in quality ',rid . pri...

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. — 24 June 1854

128 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Hurrah for the Family Provision k i Store I T, II. McKNIGHT respectfully announces to the citizens of Perrysburg thatJie has opened a full stock of GROCERIES & PBO VISIONS in Clark's brick building, cxt door to E. Graham & Co.'s, where may be found a good assortment of Provis ions, Produce and Groceries. His motto is Small Profit and Quick Sales. Everything in his line will always be found, and at the lowest possible pri ces. By strict attention to business he respectfully solicits a liberal share of patronage. The following articles comprize part of his stock : Choice Young Hyson Teasat3, 4, 5, C, 7 & 8s. per lb. Sugar ; Havana & New Orleans Molasses ; Cider Vinegar, Nuts of all kinds. Bio Coffee, Candies do Ground Coffee, Bice, Good assortm't Stoneware Crushed & Pulv. Sugars, Baking Powders, 25 be St. Croix New Orleans Mould Candles, Sterine ' do Star do Cranberries, Bar Soap, Winsor do Fancy do Sugar Crackers, Common do do Spices of...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 July 1854

JOURNAL BY S. CLARK. VOL. 2. "Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures." . $1.50 In Advance PERIIYSBURG- WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1854. NO. 17 THE PERRYSBURG" Jenny's New Year's Sleigh-Ride. Every body said young Blackwood was in love with pretty Jenny Lee. So also, said his long-continued attention ; so said his manner; so sa,id his eyes; 'but so did not k;i v his tongue. It was provoking, for lie had every reason to hope. Jenny's thy, pretty manner told him almost as plain as words, "Speak, and I 1-.UI Mr. inaeiv-jnoor .... . , . , wood til l not speak; and what was worse, dog-.n-th-m inr-hke. he k-pt others away froin wnat lut oi l not seem disposed to enjoy, .. i i -. 1 . it ti i iiiui.M ii. iii-- iMii v.uimi fvu" 1'ioi.n thunder cloud, did any other young man so much as lai" tof-pealt to tns jenny : lor any am vonrs lor tlie osKing e. to dkk li r To dance was an unheard ti-mniv. li - urrogst'rd to hunsHi the ex- cinsive right of waiting on her ; of directing: h-r; ye?, 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. — 1 July 1854

130 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1854. The Democrat has undertaken the serious job of publishing the whole law organizing the territories of Nebraska and Kansas, for the purpose of showing its readers what an innocent monster it is. The law is about ten t imes as long as necessary, but we have heard of no serious objection to it on that ground. The objections to it are, that it violates a solemn compact, made by congress between tin; north and the south, declared to last .' forever," and of course irrepealable ; and that its main object is to admit slavery into vast regions of Kansas and Nebraska,, and propagate, extend and strengthen slavery j al the expense of freedom; and to this end!we it disregards and overrides the rights hereto-; fore extended to poor men and foreigners' settling in new territories. These objections! cannot be met and controverted. They are. Mitricient, we should suppose, to unite all non-slaveholders and northern men in oppo-...

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 July 1854

Proceedings the Members of Congress adverse to the Nebraska Congress adverse to the Nebraska Bill--Their Address to the People. WASHINGTON, June 21, 1854. At a meeting of the members of Congress who opposed the passage of the bill to organ ize the territories -of Nebraska and Kansas, held pursuant to previous notice, in the city f Washington, on the 20th day of June, yist., the Hon. Solomon Foot, of Vermont, was elected Chairman, and the Hon. Daniel Mace, of Indiana, and the lion. Reuben E. Kenton, of New York, were appointed Sec retaries. A committee appointed for the purpose reported an address to the people of the United States, which, having byen discussed and amended, was unanimously adopted, and ordered to be published. To People of the United States. TIip eighth section of the act for the ad mission of Missouri into the Union, known as the Missouri Compromise law, by which ihe introduction of slavery into the regions now l;nown as Kansas and Nebraska was for ever prohibited, ...

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 July 1854

132 THE PERRYSBURGr; JOURNAL. Thk Plan for . FREEUoitt.-7-AU persons w ho desire particular information in relation to the plans, purposes and progress of the Emigrant Aid Company, are requested send their communications to the " Secretary of the Emigrant Aid Company, Boston, Alu. We are. informed that the Company intend to send the first train-load of emigrants to Kansas about the lirst of August next, and before winter they hope to locate in that Territory not less than twenty thousand .settlers. The Companv will forthwith for ward mechanics and machinery for the inaii- ufactnro of lumber, and proceed to erect ceiving houses for emigrants. The Company is now organized and .books! are opened for subscription to the capital stock. Thc original design of having so large u capital as five millions lias been abrogated, and in lieu of annual contributions on capital as at first proposed, it is now design-; to reduce the capital stock to the sum that will really be. needed as an immediat...

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. — 1 July 1854

THE PERRYSBURG: JOURNAL! , An . Interesting i Literary Fact. The fame, of Bunyan during his life, and during tho century which followed his death, was indeed great, but was entirely confined to religious families of the, middle and lower classes. Very seldom was he. during that time mentioned with respect by any writer of great literary eminence, loung coupled his pro uilli tho poetry of th'. wretched! .Ulirley. In In " spiritual U'tixolte, tne. ad-1 en lures of Christian are ranked with those of Jack tlm Giant Killer and John Ilicka- tlrrilt. Cowper ventured to praise, tip great cut pl'l'iod .1 1- 1 . ori-u, but did not venture to name. him. : It is a significant uircuni.staucs? that till u j all the numerous editions of 1,1;! niii si' iv'p'ss were evidently meant I'm- tin; cnttnge mid the servant's hall. The ' ih printing, the' plates, were all of the meanest description. In general, when tit ;- ed uea ted minority and the common pe k.' d'id'eivd as to the ni'iit of a book, the ei...

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. — 1 July 1854

134 Philadelphia, June 26. In the United States Court to-day a petition was presented applying for injunction to restrain the Wheeling bridge company from constructing said bridge over the Ohio river, at the same elevation as the old one alleging that it is the intention of the company to use the sus pended cables left by the storm to construct a new bridge at the 6ame height. It is also alleged that the navigation of the river would be greatly obstructed. The bill was accompanied by affidavits setting forth the facts, and from its tenor, seems to be a bill to execute the former decree of the Supreme Court, with an order to stay the construction of the .bridge m the mean time. The injunction was granted, with an order for the work to be 6tayed. The validi ty of the act of Congress making the bridge a post-route will now come up. Washington, June 27. Col. Benton's speech on the Gadsden Treaty is the theme of conversation. It produced a great sensation in the House, and he does not st...

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. — 1 July 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 135 rpO SIIOOL TEACHERS. The regular X examination on the first Tuesday of July, (the anniversary of American Independence,) will be KMtponed till the day following. No other exami nations will be held until further notice shall' have been given. By order of the Hoard. J. II. NEWTON, Clerk. June 17, 18'l.--15w2 Dissolution or Copartnership. 'I'M IE partnership heretofore existing between E. L Graham & Co., is this day dissolved bv mutual consent. E. GUAHAM. Perrysburg, March 20, 1854. The business will hereafter be conducted by the Mibscriber, at the old stand, where you will lind a ery 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 and Sum mer wear; Summer Cloths, suitable in quality and price for men and boys. Our Bonnets cannot be surpassed ei...

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. — 1 July 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Hurrah for the Family Provision Store! , .V' ' J . H. McKNIGIIT respectfully announces to the citizens of Perrvsburg that he has opened a full stock of GUOCEBIES & PROVISIONS in Clark's brick building, next door to E. Graham & Co.'s, where may ha found a good assortment of Provis ions, Produce and Groceries. . His motto is Small Profits and Quick Sales. Everything in his line will always be found, and at the lowest possible pri ces. By strict attention to business ho respectfully solicits a liberal share of patronage. The following articles comprize part of his stock : Choice Young Hyson Teas at 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8s. per lb. Sugar ; Havana & JNew Orleans Molasses : Oider Vinegar, Km Cotlee, (J round Coffee, Hiee, ('rushed & Pulv. Sugars, St. Croix do New Orleans do Mould Candles, Steriae .do, Star do Cranberries. , Bur Soap, " Winsor do . , Fancy, do .. j ; Sugar Craeksrs, Common do Hard Bread, Dried Beef, 1 latnburg &.W.K. cheese. Macke...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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