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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 13 June 1861

SiiiifitiiMif V ) b iii iiimiui mi im iuktctiiiiiihi il i VOL. IX. PERRYSBUEG, GM THUKSDyVY, .J LTJN 18. 1.8G1. h m ' 1. iiiw imwi.mwii.1 nil DITCHES. D ITCU LETT1NU. Notice !. linndir r-ivun Unit on Mmh.1.iv. tlie 2Itli day of Juno, 1SC1,'rI Milton tV-ntiv, I will let l.i the lowest bidl-r, in Depurate s?rtnnis, tin" making ol tlio drain or wAkT-coiirsc- known ux drain iniiiibrr cuintnem-ing ubont 40 roils north of tlie smitli-f-usi corner of section 32, town 4 ranee 9; thoniv not thou upction line to that branch of lli-aver Cn-ck which intersects said lino t t In ucu down 8iiJ riii k in a north-westerly dirvctii.it to the west line, of tint south cast quarter of section .12. town 5, rnnpc W, whereat to terminat). Tlio work coinorUi-x ltU .nmiH i.C 20 rods ench. Its width on th" bottom is n.i follow ! the tirnt 2l) sections 2 feet, the lie si 21 st-rtioiM it1.. l'xet and the balance 4 feel on the bottom, the banks U have a slope of 1 1$ feet to 1 in depth. The earih is taken out ol...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 13 June 1861

TiriK8IATrJrli TlilT 1801. The War on the Union. Saturday's Dispatches. Ther U a rumor that Uca McCulhtih has been ordered by Ojv. Letcher to title command f rer'eiticlJ'a iccessien troops witb cavalry fore and attack the at my iitOraftotu Bynames the rebel who ht Col. Jd-lley. i In mrV qu triers. There i a report from Battimoro Ilia (he moni tor gun 'Union,' ronJe at rHUbt.rfl, full overboard in sixteen fail water at Lcu Point, on Fiidny.wben they w re attrmpt tog tt rc-ship it for Fort Monroe. It can be recovered unharmed. It is enid tbc rebell alllarper'a Ftny are mnkiog pre paration! to evaluate that point. If this in not done soon it u tuppui-. d Uncle Sam will assist them, lo. which cute an effort will bo made to dislodge tie rebel and their batteries at the. Point of Rocks. The. forcatio) at Fredrick, 4000 strong, trill attempt their dislodgmcnt. They have quiic a Lumber of 21 pound canco.) which, from tha Mar) land tide, esn oper ate most ff- oi vial .y against tlm b.tUeties...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 13 June 1861

Local Matters. Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. OOlNO BO'.TTH. Kipht Kxp- ii:r.o r. m Mail 11:30 A. U freight 5:25 A. 11 ooino wirrn. NichtKxp." -BiOO a. Mail 3:0ft p.m. Freight ":0 ' : I Camp Correspondence. W Through the kindness ol Mrs. Averill we are per mitted to publish the following letter fioin her soli James, formorly a "typo" iu this olHwi Camp Caup.inuton, May 2H, ISC t. A you ca by tho heading of this loUer. we have HI last, after tiresome journey, brought tip t 0llipolia,(Oullipfr-sUij pronounced,) on Hit-hunks of the Ohio. Wo left Camp Taylor last Friday morning about 10 o'clock, and ot about 3 o'clock in the afternoon arrived nt Columbus. We mirchol through the principal streets io tho Aim' mil, and received there a part of our "rigninR," viz: a knap- yackR ha vet sack, (fur proi isiciis) an Indiirubber canteen, for water, a curtr'ulgi) bo, a musket, and the triiuminps to it. As w wens nil rather (rreon, Wo did not know how they were worn, and lump...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 13 June 1861

Perrysburg Journal. THE STARS AND STRIPES. O fM I twee tti RUm and 6trip, TtK.uf b alnrma ar Ssrwl? rafcirg, Anl work? clpuda of lid dispair Ev'rv ill preMg'ng; Our glorious ting that proudly flail I'pon the lan.fand to. Ftnterted hv brav pullunt hearts, MitRt ittll respected t. O God I protect tin? St ir and Stripes, lct pre be oun fovct r; Ar-d eursa the dsstird miscreant knave That would these State dissever. Our Father' won thou Star and Stripe On manr a bleeding fi d I; And to tho'lr on they loft the chm-jr. - To tyrant nevr yield. , 0 Ood ! prompt th Star and Stripn, t)ur erwmtrv' hop and pride; Tiaonly fool an I traitor hn, That would thin flag deride. On evert tower throuchoiit the I mH, Its folds mint proudly wave; The honor, pride, and glory of The great, the g.xd, the hrv. . .. - - - Atvrttt point do tumie pent rally enter Iioetile cities? At the point of llic bayonet, Who is (lie first woman mentioned in the Bible? J nny Ws. To whom is the hater of 1,1s p'cit 8 it. rarin...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 20 June 1861

I f I I 3 1 I nt 1 11 W 1 hi J I PI r II J Y II V III ' H III V:VJr-" to V VOL. IX. 1JERKYSCU1K5. .j-a.v.fr O., T.M U IJSDA.Y, J ITXK 1S(I1 NO. 7 DITCHES. J-ITtn LETTINu. Notice U hereby given Hint on Monday, tlio 24lh utrofjntic, 1801, 'at Milton Outre, I will lot tu tit lowest biililer, in separate sections, tlie in ikiii)j of the dr.xinur water-course known as drain nuinu.r "J commencing about 4(1 mils north of the south-cast corner of section 32, town 4 rutitfu 9: llienec noil lion section lino ! that branch of lloavcr t'rocL which iutcrsocta gid line s tlicneo down snid crock in a north-westerly direction to llio west liuu of the south east quarter of section ."li', town ft, nuiV fc, whercnt to tcrminat Tho work cr'nipi-ises 1U2 sections 01 20 rods oach. Ill width on tho bottom in us follows : the first 20 sections 2 fect, the next 21 sections SVjj foot aud this b'.ilance I feet on tin' bottom. The banks to liavo a slope of I i foci to 1 in depth. The cnrdi which Is taken out o...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 20 June 1861

iCctvnsibuvn journal. e J. HAH.1SY. Uditor. Tim isoat, ji.m; so. isoi. The War on the Union. Saturday's Dispatches. TV. news cor.ta:uiiHu tl.o d si av'.i s ! IV past ft 1v if W-vtlr r.csmo. h. CutWt Uue, Weixothe pv uUut oCtLc tuu imo on Groat lVOu. by fieri. Tivn-v. on our t.r' Tl-o roi'OVl cf.iwrt Mfacl on tTt IV 'hi in rrtljrly unfoimdvl. It i now ftnlr- , t'..i: 4 T'tv'.n td If rrr kiUod--if V.t bcu LiVol 1 frieuds. oig tb lii)ii.i T of i". . It is gtaJ that wbirf the rcN: it in thori'y, in 'ir?;.cia. '. oji K;vn t! t aftcs of ixtr-Mi ini xty urc fcioi1 into tiif iKrTi.--. Thf npoi t rf tV.o i'.icu.'ition of Harper's Ffrry io conf rvw-'. t!-. tfbrh hN ing retreated nn .1 j-Mo.cd tboo n! M.nK!:i Tuuction, vhcr Gm. Cruiurgaii in direct ing operation and tltrcatons nn advam on M'ahhington and Alexandria. Lord I.yotiS baa ULrn blips to pet ltiitibh fiul.jccts out of the relic! army. Tbo itbol have bni ned nil the bridgon bntween beeMbnr and within trn ujiles of Alex.nidriii, on (he ...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 20 June 1861

Local Matters. Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. OOlSI SOCTtt. Viehl K.vp-lli'.O P. M. Mail 11:110 A.M. freight 5:2.) A. M. OUIScl NORTH. Night Exp. 3: A. M Mail a:0il r. II. Freight 7:07 r. X. The 21st Regiment. Tho Gallipolis Journal of the fill hist., says the lst Reg.O. V. M. removed to Camp Cariinglon j on Friday It is located on the farm of Mr. ; Stephen Barlow, north of Gallipolis. and but a j short distance frMn the corporation limit". It Con tains about 35 ncrcs of hmd beautifully situate! at the. base, of the hill, and in view of tho Ohio l iver. As tho ground tyas in wheat nnd oals, it will re quire soma tims to render It smooth srid iu good or der, but the rapidly with which the officers have: gnne to work, will soon overcome all dillicultie.H. When we consider that the regiment was sent on without tents or camp equipage, and defuieut at nil points in military equipments, the. progress inside is astonishing. The officers seem to be straining eve-1 ry n...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 20 June 1861

xs "3 ) V J TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. BY BAYARD TAYLOR. ""ha Vr, iu half dispntr. I aMd : 'Th Nation' ancient life Ik dc.nl; 1W rnti is r V, hr Hoe I is mM; b bup the in-net that given her p-M -Th .Immoful ponce, tlmt nrrn xpir Each lipaeon-lipht of patriot fire, And make her evuit traitor a den"--1'm give mi this, my rmni'i rmcnl Oh, in your Ions fnrbrronrf rrind, Slow tn ait'pcet tl 10 treason plnnm d, En during, w mug, vol hoping Rood For nk of olden brotherhood. How grander, how nuhlinicr far At tho niti-scd K.iplo'a call ye hit, Leaping flvmi slunilier to tin' fie;ht For Freedom and for Charier lltght I ThroiKt'iouMbci Ian 1 tln-re pie a rry, A au Idru splendor fills the a y: Krt-tn otiTT hill thn bantcm burat, t.ik bunVhy April brepje nurst; In every hamlet, homo ami roart, The fire-beat of a single heart Keep time to atraiua whone pulse mix Our blood with tht of Pventy-Sixl The shot whereby tho rid flag fell From Suintcr'a battered citadel, Rtnu L down the line of prly cried An...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 27 June 1861

fi)L W rs (Ml is 4F rs m a a v r i diii j i ik -a r i a v i i ft a i vsi M K lkfi WW i ri i ii - k ri n ri i i tit is . r i i ij vil-( hiisi n i n in i . f i. Jo. VOL. IX. O.. TI-I'UIJS'.O-'VV. WWW CKKOCWOCiim LEGAL ADV'S. CALK ()!' KUAL ESTATE. IX I'KOIUTE O coi ut. John Uiusol, adm'r v P.ivi 1 CI -vera nulC.itlia rim' CliMVjTi di'i'M. On the fir.it il.ty nf July, ;-- 1 , bi-txrei-n 10 o'clock n. m. nnJ 4 o'clock p. In., on tin? promises, will In? sold to tlic loplu'st liMJiT, tlio following real cstulo, m tho properly of Cutlii-riiio Clovers, nml ll.xvi 1 Clovers, iloccnsed: Coniniencinjr 22 rods west iif tho south-east corner of the north i of Ihc north west of section 17, township .1, rnnjre tl cast; thencff west 2d rods ; tlience north SI) rods ! thenco ?nst 2d rods: thenco south Hl rods: iiukinp 13 acres. Also, conim Micinff nt the south-cost corner of tl ic north hnlf of the north-wot quarter of section 17, township S.r.np 1 1 east: thence 22 rods west- tonce north 80; thence...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 27 June 1861

j"wniATl.V, IMnor. as-.Tii; " - i i The War on the Union. Saturday's Dispatches. " There i" proapect of lively time in Western Virginia, in tho iioi;;hboihoi.d "I Graflon nnd Phillippa. hoto ' ;l eohno ' e l nightly between our senilis .m I th" tcl cts. The body cf Martin, of tho llih regi ment, has been found. A scout in the 1 filh repimont was Bhot on Wednesday. OrilVin. who was thought to have h.on hilled nt the same time with Martin, has returned. He had fallen from his horse, hut m i,:iged to escape, hulking rebels nro U-w on our noldicra, and especially our senilis, con stantly. A 6Coutlia just relumed a'.'ler bointt'lwo dave inside the enemy's pickets. At their advanced camp near ILirlir.ton, li! miles from Phillippa, he saw five ieecs ofnr tillery. and is confident their force in not over 2,000. They expected five regi ment two of South (Volinas, two of Ten. iiesseeans.and one of Virginians under Wise The rebels are still in forces nt llcvcrly, Hattonville, and Cheat Mounlai...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 27 June 1861

Local Matters. Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. OOINO BOl'TIt. Klght Exp"ii::;o r. Iail 11:110 A. freight 4:25 A. 0010 K0RTH. Night Exp..- 3:00 A. It Mail a:"0 p. Mi Freight 7:07 r. M. The 21st Regiment. Tlic editor of tlio Findlay .hjTmmian, Writing from Gallipolis, under date of June lltli, gives n glowing; description of tlic honrty reception he mot xritli At the bands of tho officers and soldiers of the 21st regim nit, at Camp Carrington the evening pre vious, lie notices the arrest of three men as spies, who, upon examination, were dismissed. ANo.tliat several pcosons were observed on the Virginia lull across the river, and on tlio supposition that they might be preparing to erect a battery, detachment of forty men was sent over ns scoots. Trey scour- cd the hills mid country around for a cniisidorab'.e distance, but failed in meeting an enemy. They came near shooting two of their own men, who be- tug in cKueiis dress, aud lowing wandered from tho rest of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 27 June 1861

Perrysburg Journal. J if Tin follow log linos are Tory touching and avd. We UJ4 pleawd to hoar often from our Tor cwrcsponA'ait. A Tribute to the Memory of Mrs. Emeline O'Donnell. t.ist .re pintle, gleeful cphyrs Cease your wild and wayward Ii1.tr, Chant a requiem for Hie dying ! For the heart Hint nvmrn to-day. Bofity, softly, very tender, We would hnve the mournful strain, Clmnl ye gently for Hie lot.d rno Wo shall son no in -re again. Tor when Spring, wi!li radian' hemly, F.muphl her gift nf fl'iwi'r rare, To d"ck the hillside mi l Hie alley Willi a coronet no fair i And the future twilight glisi '"i d Like the ili'w in tunning light, Ibingiug visions fuir mi 1 lovely, To ho clouded ere tlu' night Then it was, (lie fondly chei-'.h'd, She, tin1 dearly loved of ynro, In the sweet glad SprinP liou p"iish'd. Ere life's sunny morn was nr. Now in dentil In r form is sleeping, Closed, the gentle bcuning eye, Rented, tlie lips llmt Rve in greeting, Sundered every earthly tie. Pa.lty inii...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 4 July 1861

VOL. IX. PIIRlYSBXJTlCr, O., THUKSDAY, TTTIW L 180:1. NO. 9 DITCHES. 1) ITCH Ll'TTlXU. olioe is In "relir trivoii llmt on Moivluv. tlio 2fltl. dnv of Jilt v. ISHl, nt tin-Iioiisj of Mioii.ud Amos inl'ortnyc township, I will lot to tliu lowest bi.l1-r, in xppariiti sections the linking.'!' the tlnilil knnwn s drrtin No. 1(1, coitimeiiciiiir nt or near tlio sotitli il!trtt'r port of section 1, lirl:tjr9 township: tlion.v riinniii north on or ncnr th qunrtor lhi" 2"tl in Is; thencu in a li.irtli-wvst.'ily direction to the Portairo rivor anil tlicr- toriiiiniiU'. Tlio work com arises 17 sections of 20 mils cncli; the iilth of the bottoiii.il' (lie first 8 flection to be .1 feet, the roin liinlor four feet. The Imnks to have a slope of P ' to I foot in depth. The earth taken from the diteh to be re moved 3 fWt from the bank. The rutting us in dicated on the engineer' profile to be adhered to in excavating. Tlio work to be completed bv the 1 t day of November. 18(11, to the acceptance of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 4 July 1861

J." v71 A I lfiV , n.litor. TIIIKSWVY, JILV I, 1MSI. The Ubiquity of Principle. An ntmn wuft flouting in the universe gathered ntnl filing to it pirtide nftcr pur tielo, till rock piled on lock, denied it new planet with ull iU lieanlifnl tliv crsificiilitiin-i of hill nnd nionnttiln, of rivci and ocean, of valley and uinliricreoii I iiitlseiiii, und this with teciniiifC oilics nnd inyrinils of life in all tin? Variety of l.c!irin;:,rcv olved nrtmii'l it dietnnl eenter, wliicli V liii lt d nrnnti.l nii other center more ilintiint, nnd thai nvonn I still another, nnd ho lout in the it, Unity nl immensity j verge extended to vere, nnd center played mound center mi l Mill lh;il world kept around its roininon p. tint f.irrn tohl n-jes when having e.-si--tci! throih ils natural duration, it hurst, url in finnienlH that revolved nn (iHlernhls, nnd p:ut revolv ing; itself into the chaos of its origin. Cut with it the preut l'l inciph; of it origin had not died. A " Mighty Hunter" once fiyd...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 4 July 1861

Local Matters. Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. not no aoi'Tii. Kight Exp 1 1 ::io r. M. Hail 1 1 ;:;n a. m. 001N(I NORTH. NurhtExp.-::(() a. m t;iil 3:011 p. M. Freight 7:07 f. H. Height A. M. m To My Home Correspondents. Ou my return last evening I again found a large I nuni'ier of letters which Ituvc been mailed from one ( point to "another over the country, aud have finally j been returned to me here. I I now hnre between three and four hundred ouch letters, which 1 have been unable t" answer, ami which I cannot answer mw, nil must leave foi Washington to-m. rrow evening' or Friday morning. Doubtless many lett 'rs s-nt to meat points w here I was reported to have pone, have not and prolably never will reach m '. I therefore take this method of saying to the residents in the District who have written me during the past three months mi I have received no answers, thnt I have been so constant ly engaged with matter which required my inten tion at different point...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 4 July 1861

Perrysburg Journal. THE AMERICAN FLAG. BY JOSEPH RODMAN DRAKE. When Freedom, from h"T mount i tn Idrlil, rnfurle I her nl.md u-d tn the iiir, Flic tore the aiuv mh? nf iill t. And si t tin- star of (.-I i v there. She mingled wlili Its iT' rfiniM dyes The milky baldric nf the sl.i'-, Am I stnped it pure, celevi il w hit", Villi strenkiiigs nf tin' Hi' Tnit'r lie. 1,1 t Then from his mansion in III" -im She calle I her canle-bearer !" n, Ami pave info In illicitly band The symbol of Iht chosen l.ni I. ln"tie Miiniiirrli nf the tli 11 1, Who renrst alnll thy refill li am, Tn h-nr thi t-nitnt ti 1 1 1 1 1 ; " t 1 1 ir i lint 1 And see the lifrhtinjr lames tbiven. When strive tlin warrior nf I he m1 tan, Ami mils tin1 tlnin lor ill mn f Imiihi Child of thi sun 1 In thee 'I s in n To puuril tin" banner of III ' 1'ivr, To hover in the siilnhiii -sni"lo', To wind mviiv the h.ifll -sti'.k ', And hid if blendim: shin 1 afar, Liku minimus on the i lm I -if wiir, Tho Imi liiiip.-r "I' victory ...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 11 July 1861

1? IU R Tl Y S B II !R Or , O., TIITJKSDVY, JULY 11, 180.1. NO. lO VOL. IX. DITCHES. JQ1TCII LETTING. fliotico is. hereby given Hint on Monday, the 29th tlav of July, ISO I, at the house of Michael Amos in Port lfra tow nship, I will lot to the lowest bidder, in aepamte 8-i'tioiH the m.ikinirnf the. ilr.iin known as drain Nn. li), commencing tit or near the south quarter post of section 1, Port aire township: thence, running north on or near the quarter line "70 roils; thoncu in a north-westerly direction to the Pnrtnpo river and there terniin.ito. The work comprises 17 aectiotn of HO rod each; the width of the bottom of tho first 8 Ructior.4 to Ik- 3 feet, the remainder four feet. The banks; to have a slope of 1'J to 1 foot in depth. The earth taken from the diteli to be re moved 3 fret from the b ink. The cuttinps ns in dicated on the engineer's profile to lie adhered to in excavating. The work to be rompleted by the 1st clay of November, ISill, to the acceptance of the County Com...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 11 July 1861

Itorrijslmrif fotirmil. jru"ilAU.i:V. fiifitor. "Tiirnsnr,Jif.Y 11, isst. ---- - -. . . . . The Great Rebellion. Progress of the Work of Suppression. On the 2d tnst.Oen. Puftprson. with ft force ff f tight regiments, completely routed the trials nt Martiiisbitrg, Vn lo.oiii strong. Marthishurg In near tlio Pennsylvania lino. Itsrenn tli:t the proper fun having been useerbihir'.i, tho nlvanen (iok plac be've ftay-lltrht, the post of honor being iiRsigcd to Capt. McMulIen's ludcpcndert I!nv'f-rF the First Wisconsin and the KWcuth lnn fiylvnuin regiments. Aberrromhic's brigade 10 1 the advance, nnd causalities of tho con flict w ore almost exehis;vcly oii (he 1 st Wh: donsin and 11th Ponnylv.-nra roginiei K Col. Jatrctt at.,1 Lieu!. Col. Co c her led the Kkinmshors. ojTTiinpr itjion (In: m at ! 00 yards. The whole of the rebel fo; re were e'l.'agfd i:i the actio:). They had four v'civ-i of ar tillery, part rifle 1 cannon, nt:d etc coin mindo 1 by Gen. .'aekar.n. The taiual.tiei on onr ...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 11 July 1861

Local Matters. Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. OOISO NORTH. Xir1itKxn.-:i:iio A.t M.iil .1:01) r. m. Freight T:07 r. . 0(11 tfO SOTTIt. ViffHt Etp . 11:11 P. M. Wail . ..11:30 a. M. freight 5:23 a. m. Independence Day at Bowling Green. The eighty-fifth anniversary of American Inde pendence win creditably observed by tlic a. ood eonlo of Dowling (Uvea. The day was beautiful' anil at an early hour ewry road landing to llie il Ingo whs thronged with wngons, carriages and Ungg'ie.3. Taking up the line of march, the nsscm blod mass proceeded to a shady prove, about one half mitts north of Howling; Green, ami nt about half past 11 o'clock the orJer of exercises were Commenced. Oeo. Wiliiams Y.., the President of the day, called the people to order, hen the lloivling Green Glee Club pave us " H.iil I Happy I'ny," with a will. The exercises were then regularly opened with n jpraycr by Her. Mr. Baldwin. At this juncture it Was announced that i'hiliip Shue, a soldier of t...

Publication Title: Weekly Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 11 July 1861

Perrysburg Journal. SECESSION. The following parody Is respectively dedicated tn flon. Beauregard t Thff enn'a hoi tutu were felling fast, As through n Southern city passed A man, who bore, 'midst rowdies low, A banner with thin strange motto--Secession I His brow was ti-l s his nnoth beneath, tsinelt ntrcnir of rwK at every breath, And like a furious iindman tH"R Tlio acrents nf Hint unknown tongtio Secession I tn happy homes he .nt Ihe light Of household fires fclcum warm and Might Above the spectral 11 allows shnno 1 Ami from his lips escaped B groan Secession 1 "Try not that gamel" A hi Lincoln said, " Dark lower the thunders overhead The ni'ghty North has born defied I" Put still th'nt drunken voice replied - Secession 1 "01 pnmV the Quaker mid, " mi l think Kefoivthee leaps from oft" ths brink !" rVorii was in Ins drunki n leer ! Au I still he answered with n uneer- -Secession 1 " Ttcware the riNR mrit's hris'lintr branch ! Reward the Nortlu i n avalanche I " And tint w.is Sco...

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