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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 11 November 1854

THE PMRTSBURG JOURNAL. A Republican Newspaper Successor' to the "Fort Meigs Reveille,55 and "Perrysburg Star,55 VOL. 2. PERRYSBUItG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1854. NO. 33. Remains of Sir John Franklin—Letter of Dr. Rae, &c. . , We find in tli.s eastern papers thelelter of Dr. Rao to Sir Georg- Simpson, dated at oik j Factory. Aug. 4, 185 1, from which wo copy so much as is essential to place nil the evi dence before the; public. York Factory, from whence he. writes, is situated at the mouth til" Hayes river, in Hudson Hay, in about 50 deg. north latitude, and Jo deg west lo ngi- tude. Alter relating some of the events Ins journey,, to the Mm... of his discovery .,f the remains of S.r John ranklui, he pro- ceeds as follows: J Ou the 3 st of Much my spring journey ! commenced, but in consequence ol gales of . wmds, deep and soft snmv and foggy wealh- ,r we .mule hut very latle. proj-ress. W did not enter IVily Lay until the lah. A . tins place we met with Esquimau...

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. — 11 November 1854

THE PiltRYSBUIlG JOURNAL. ; J 25S PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1854. K?jSome discussion has taken place as to the future action of the great Republican party, which has recently carried the elec tions so triumphantly, wherever held in the northern states,, but more especially in Ohio. The Locofoco papers have been whistling to keep their courage up. They say that it is only a temporary storm that has upset all their calculations, and that the people will toon reinstate the Locofoco politicians in power ; and it is a favorite remark with them that " democratic principles are in no dan- This last is probably quite true ; but ger with this small grain of truth it will not do to swallow the nauseating error, that there fore the people will recall the treasury leech es and minions of slavery.so lately dismissed. Not so. The triumphs of the people over ihe unfaithful trimmers and tricksters who betrayed their trusts, are but just begun. To eay that this is but a temporary th...

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. — 11 November 1854

1 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 250 For the Journal. Have Parents a Right to do it? A right to do what? the reader may osk. To sfnd their children to school irregularly Lrtt ns examine a moment. When a number of men unite for the tran-l paction of any business, no member of tin-j firm lifts n right to do anything which will to the injury of his co-partners. The' truth of this proposition is so evident, that' The public school is a species of co-part- it requires no argument to sustain it. i.ersuip entered into ty all tu i householders of a community, the object sought, Iring'any t!ie education of their children. All will at once admit, that no member of that commit-; nity has a right to do the least thing which shall serve to d -feat the object for which the school was established, but rather, it is the duty of each to do alt that he consistently caii to promote its us.-fuln-ss. How is it with the p;.n-nt who sends his children irreg- nlarlv? Let us illustrate by presenting a sample. ..f ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 11 November 1854

2G0 THE PERRYSBUUG JOURNAL. i . i . . The Battle of the Alma. We have now full ami authentic accounts of this great ami sanguinary conflict, be twcen the Russians, under Prince Menchi kolT, and the allied ibices ; Suleiman Pasha, leading the Turkish, Lord Raglan the Eng lish, and Marshal de St. Amaud the French, each at the head of their divisions. On the ISth of September orders were giv- en for the encampment to prepare to march,1 on the morning of the 19th, and take their position on the banks of the Alma, which was done before night-full." The Russians had fortified themselves on the hills beyond the Alma. From the position they occu pied, they had great advantage of their ad versaries, and could count the allied forces, man by man as they approached. All the heights were crowned with redoubts and formidable batteries, and their forces num bering about 50,0000 men, and 180 heavy guns, principally 32 and 21 lb balls. Early on the morning of the 20th, both the French and English d...

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. — 11 November 1854

THE PERRYSBURO JOURNAL. 201 A Reform in Contemplation. The New York city board of education has requested the superintendent to report what he thinks of the expediency of keeping! .school on Saturday, just as on other days of the week. This opens up a new field for discussion, in which the teachers und schol- his will feel u lively interest. The question arises why teachers should be let oil' with1 five davs work in st ven. when everybody else is compelled to work ut least six. We re- member lu-aring tli.j ivomui for the five, day custom assigned, u hen w werw younger than we are now, and it ran in this wise : u old- n times tlie minister.; of the gospel were the only ones that had learning sufficient to piaiiiy 1 tie m ior teachers, an, t Uey wen: gen-1 rrixi'.y employed in that business. They were required in preach on Sunday, and to enarile liiin to prepare lor this important service it became, in cessar Saturday custom. I r.-achiu to allow them the use of therefor. Hence the ori...

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. — 11 November 1854

2G2 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Prohibition in Pennsylvania. The re sult of the recent vote on the. temperance question in the Keystone State is uttracting some attention, in consequence of many singular features that have been developed. Ci ties have generally been regarded as offer ing the. strongest resistance to prohibitory liquor laws, but, in the recent vote, the city of Philadelphia gave. 4.760 majority for a prohibitory law. and Pittsburgh cave over 0,000 majority for the same. On the other) hand, the counry has generally gone strong ly against t he law. It is proper, however, to state, that the farming sections that have voted by so heavy majorities against prohi bition, are those portions settled by the Ger mans and the Irish. Berks, Bucks, York, Northampton, &c, are instances of this. the strong mining counties have also gone against prohibitioli, but the mass of their population is also composed of foreigners. On the other hand, the northern and west ern counties of the ...

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. — 11 November 1854

THE PERRYSBUItG JOURNAL. 203 Through time from Baltimore to Cincin nati, by railroad, id now 29 hours; soon to be reduced to 26 hours. 1 SHERIFF'S SALE. F. Prentice vs. Win. Baker et ah JOTlCE is hereby given tliiit, by virtue of a de x cretal order to me directed from the court of common pleas within and tor ttie county of Wood, Ohio, I will offer for Rule nt the door oi" the court house in Perrrysburg, on the 21st day of November l.ext, bctweenhe hours of 10 A. M. nnd 2 P. M., the follow ing real estate, as the property of Will iam S. Williams, his interest 1 (niiiM- one "undivided fourth of the whob; and one undivided one-fourth oi i in; iii hi-, as i iiu j'i oofi iv oi trie represenranves of Peter L. Lattimer, deceased, to wit : The undi vided one-half of t.o lands and lots described as follows, to wit : The west half of section three, toivn four, in the 1 "nitcd States Reserve of twelve miles f.pi.ire at the foot of the rapid.! of the Miami of Lalu-Erie, containing in ail three...

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. — 11 November 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. ; R. A. CROSS Watchmaker and Jeweler, Would mostrespeetfidlyinvitethe of "laumee Citv, Perryshurg. Wntervillennd vicin ity to call and examine before purchasingelsewhere, his FRESH SUPPLY ()F NEW J tt WELEY, just received from Huston the best assortment ever luvm.rhf.intntliis market consisting of Ladies ana Gents' Fine Cold Breast Tins; Gents' Diamond Scarf Tins; Gents' Diamond Rings; Ladies' supe rior Cut? Pins; Ladies' Ruby, Kmerald, rear, and Garnet Rings; Fine Gold Lockets ; Ear-l ines of all kinds and qualities; beautiful alva coral Bracelets; fine Gold Bracelets with settings; Ladies' Gold Chains; Gents' extra fine (iold Vest Chains, new style; Silver and Gold Pencils; Cornelian lung?; Watches, Clocks, Gold and Silver Watch Keys, to gether with a general assortment of every variety of roods in his line. Cash buyers will find this a very desirable stock,! and I would also say that I can and will sell jewelry ten per cent, cheaper than Toledo merchants. ...

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. — 18 November 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. A Republican NewspaperSuccessor to the "Fort Meigs Reveille,35 and " Perrysburg Star," VOL. 2, PERRYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1854. NO. 34. Cuban Ladies. We ha vr said that the Creole ladies never K ti r abroad except in the national volante, and whatever their domestic habits may be, they are certainly, in this respect, good honse-hetpens. A. Cuban belle would never, we fancy, be made to understand the pleas ures of that most profitless of all employ ment, spinning street yarn. While our la dies are busily engaged in sweeping the side walks of Chestnut and Broadway with their tilk flounces, she wisely leaves that business to the gangs of criminals who perform the illice with their limbs chained, and a ball attached to preserve their equilibrium. It is, perhaps, in part owing to these habits ihut tL i-'-t of t he Cuban senorita are such a marv' l (f unallness and delicacy, seeming ly made rather for ornament than use. She knows the char...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 18 November 1854

206 f ? 55 I $TIIEERRYSBUItG JOURNAL1. .""'IT.' if 1 if . 4 P Eft RVSBURG3QUftN A L . SATURDAY NOVEMBER ' IS, 1854. Kanzas Pioneer. This is the name of a new paper, the first number of which lias reach ed us, dated at Lawrence, Kanzas territory. This is the new city laid out and established by the Emigrant Aid Society of New Eng land, and is the head quarters of the emi grants sent out by that society. The Tioneer is well got up ia both matter and manner, contains much local intelligence of the ter ritory, iis prospects, wants and advantages, the Indian tribes of the territory and their treaty rights, and is a creditable specimen of pioneer life and literatuie. It is published by J. & J. L. Speek, Esqs., at 82.00 in ad vance for single subscribers, $2 each in clubs of ten, !?1.75 in clubs of twenty, and $1. 50 iu clubs of fifty. Th. publishers are good printers, practical go-ahead men, and thor oughly anti-slavery. We wish th.Ta every success. Here is their business salutation :...

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. — 18 November 1854

THE PERRYSBUIIG JOURNAL. 2G7 Where is the Money to Come From! On tin; first Monday of August last, the entire circulation of all the bunks in Ohio wus 89,103. 6S7. Of this sum, the circula- . I ...!.. T -I. -f 'II. 1 . mm in me. oiins ui ircieviue amounted 10 -,93,0(J2. As this bank has suspended, notes of course, must be. deducted from the! circulation. This haves 87.7?0,5y5. pro- ' i i i i .i vuitu uu in'.: nanus nave out vii". same amount they had at that time. The entire a mount of specie in all the banks of the State, n the first Mu,K,y of August lu.?t, was 81. Hl,J,2(iO. To get this specie out, that amount of the notes of the banks must b-; present ed, so that the. amount of .what is regarded money iii circulation would nol. Le. in creased if every dollar were druwn from the vaults of the bunk?. By reference to the message of Ho v. Me dill of last white;-, we learn that the total amount of taxes paid by the p.ople of Ohio lor 1S03 was $7,801,166. We do not know tile precise am...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 18 November 1854

268 THE PERItYSBURG JOURNAL. Pacific Railroad—A Disunion Project. The Missouri Democrat contends that the only plan for a railroad to the Pacific which will command the support of the nullifiers, is 0113 that shall skirt the extreme southern borders of our possessions, looking to such a work as a means of promoting as well as of preparing for a dissolution of the present union of the States. The Democrat it is supposed speaks the sentiments of Mr. Ben ton on this subject. Considering the place Mr. Benton has occupied in Southern coun cils, his warnings are entitled to considera tion. Whatever may be the facts in the case.it is certain the Democrat is in earn st. We subjoin one or two paragraphs from a long article in that paper of the 30th ult.: " We have already shown that the Charles ton convention declared in favor of a Pacific railroad outside of the limits of the United States, and that under its dictation the re jected Gadsden treaty was revived for the purpose of purchasing 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. — 18 November 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Robbery near Piqua. A correspondent at Piqua writes us that Mr. Adams, a wealthy old gentleman living auoui o mnes from' that place, was robbed on Saturday night last. Between 10 and 11 o'clock, two men called at the house, and rapped at the door directly under his bedroom window, stating, when he answered their rap, that they had a very sick horse, and desired him to come down and see. it, knowing him to be skillful in such cases. He replied that he could not come. down. They then asked for hay to fed tlnir horse, and for something to tat themselves, lie. told them he hud no provender, cither "for manor beast," and that as he was getting cold, he. would go back to bed. 11; was not in bed mon- than live minutes, when th robbers broke open the door and ran up to his room, on.- of them drawing a pistol and commanding him to mak" no noise on pain of instant death. While this was going on, the sister of Mr. Adams, an old maiden lady, came to her brother's assista...

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. — 18 November 1854

270 1. 1 .k THE; PEIIRYSBUIIG JOURNAL: i i Valparaiso. A letter writer from. Val paraiso, Chili, s.ys : . " But I am to write about Valparaiso. It is July, and of course, midun?ittr. Hit t winter here is not cold. There is seldom any snow in the vicinity of this city. It is one of the most delightful regions on the face, of the eurlh; nevrr very warm or very cold ; and tlw soil t he most fruitful and pro- line 01 anv in rsomn America, l wo crops 11 i i , , in a nut iim "J ; cum Mini crops as would make Pennsylvania farmers, From sixty to seventy bushels . of wheat from an ocrA, I am told, is not an un-l common thing. Fruits of all kinds grow in i, , , . . , i abundance. ; and m size and quality, such you never saw in your northern home. luiwcts as big as man's head, and exquisite-1 presprved. occasionally grace ths tables of ho Ph;ilo Un.ol ' ih. i-.chr,-,Ua ,nt. 1 f! Villus I) t J v iUCtJl'llUUtt. ivi . v k v'i the the city; aud other fruits of equally rare iize and flavor are abun...

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. — 18 November 1854

THE: PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.' 271 It is suiil that Gen. Houston is organizing the Know Nothing lodges, &c, throughout Texas. It is a significant fact. " SaiiHlFI 'N WALE. F. Prentice vs. Win. Raker it al. VTOTICE is hereby given that, by virtue of a de il eretal order to me directed from tho remit of common pleas within and for the county of Wood, Ohio, I will otfer for sain ut the door of the court house in Perrrysburg, on the -1st d:iy of November iiext, between the hours of III A. M. and 2 P. M., the following real estate, as the property of Will iM.it?. Williams, bin interest being one undivided fourth of the whole; and one undivided one-fourth nf tho whole, as the property of the representatives of IVter P. Lattimcr, dccctincd, to wit : '1 be undi vided one-half of the lards and lot described as follows, to wit : '1 he west half of section three, to.vr. f iur, in the United Ktaus Reserve of twelve; milis suture at the foot of the rapid of the Miami of Lake Lrie. containing in a...

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. — 18 November 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. R. A. CROSS, 1 Watchmaker ami Jeweler, Would mostrespectfullyinvitethe citizens of Maumee City, Perrysburg, Waterville and vicin ity to call and examine, before purchasing elsewhere, his FRESH SUPPLY OF NEW JEWELRY, just received from Boston the best assortment ever brought into this market consisting of Ladies and Gents' Fine Gold Breast Pins; Gents' Diamond Scarf Pins; Gents' Diamond Kings; Ladles' supe rior Cuff Pins; Ladies' Ruby, Emerald, Pearl, and Garnet RinffS ; Fine Gold Lockets ; Ear-rinsrs of all kinds and qualities ; beautiful alva coral Bracelets; fine Gold Bracelets with settings; Ladies' Gold Chains; Gents' extra fine Gold Vest Chains, new style; Silver and Gold Pencils; Cornelian Kings; Watches, Clocks, Gold and Silver Watch Kevs, to gether with a general assortment of every varietyof goods in his line. Cash buyers will find this a very desirable stock, and I would also say that I can and will sell jewelry ten per cent, cheaper than Toledo mer...

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. — 25 November 1854

THE"PERRYSBUR&""JQUMAt: A Republican Newspaper- Successor to the "Fort Meigs Reveille3 and Perrysiiurg S&.55 - VOL.2. PERRYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1854. ' NO. 35. 1 1 . . . Make Your Girls Independent. The following article, from the New England Farmer, was written by Henry F. French, of Exeter, N. II. It will answer for other latitudes quite as well a3 the one for which it was written : , Everybody in New England knows exact ly what to do with a boy. Give him, as a matter of course, the best education you can fiord, and whether he is poor or rich, pre pare him for some business, some regular useful business in life, so that whatever be ttui turn of Fortune's wheel, he may be in dependent. A good education, and a pro fession or trade without property, is enough for him enough to place hirn beyond the charities of a told world, enough to give him hope and courage, and assurance of suc cess in life. But what is to become of the daughter? Do we consider...

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. — 25 November 1854

v 3 274 J; ';THE PER11YSCURG JOUItNAL- I J1 k. 1 V. r PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1854. jZiirThe workmen on this end of the Day ton & Michigan railroad hare been with- drawn, for the winter, and active operations suspended for the present. We learn that the work will be resumed, upon the return of good weather in the spring. The extreme closeness of the money market and the hard times generally, we suspect, had some influ ence with the contractors, as well as with other business men, in restricting their ope rations and current expenses. Work upon the bridge across the Maumee river, for the use of the Junction railroad, is still progressing. The stone and mason work is in such a state of forwardness as to be easily completed at an early day in the spring, if thought best ; but we do not an ticipate the completion of the ro;fd how be fore some time near the first of September, when the connections through, to Chicago will all be completed. After that time we can th...

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. — 25 November 1854

vtHE 'PERR YSBUIMjf 1 JOtf RNiAL . 275 Arrival of the Canada. Three Days Later News from Europe. Portland, Me.. Nov, "22. The arrival of the Canada, Capt. McMaster, was announced 'this morning,' by firing of guns, and the firing of rockets.'1 She left Liverpool, Nov Till, at 12 o'clock -M... and arrived at. this port the,2lst Nov., i with 41 passengers, having made the passage in 14 days. .) The news by the Canada is three days later and highly interesting. .. i We give the folowiug summary. intelli geneo, with regard to the cornmericement hint progress of the siege. , , The. official despatches from Admiral Dun das, General Canrobert and Admiral Hamlin, ha I been received on the 7th. , . The fust day of the bombardment, the Admirals of the fleet, with the whole of the lleet commenced the land attack, by engag ing south and north of the harbor. The French squadron took up a position about a cable's length of the, quarantine batteries, of the the 3o0 guns, the two batteries of the Fo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 25 November 1854

27G . THE PEURYSBURG; JOURNAL. Wood County Fair. LIST OF ARTICLES. Entered for Exhibition at the Fourth Annual Fair of the Wood County Agricultural Society held at Portageville, Oct. 11 and 12, 1854. .i ii P. G. Thomas, one span draught horses. John Groves, " yearling bull. " " " yoke 2 year old steers. S. C. Sargeant, " span matched horses. Daniel Honsley, u " draught horses and wagon. Joseph Sargeant, span brood mares. Daniel Honsley, " cultivator. Geo. Mercer, " 3 year old bull. John Sargeant, " brood maro and colt. C. 0. Lapham, " sow. " boar. II. B. Myers, " vearling bull. ' " " "cow. Alphonzo Abbott, two quilts. Thos. Carman, one variety winter fruit. " " " sample corn. " " " crooked neck squash. S. W. St. Johns, " span 2 year old geld- X eight kinds winter apples, one sample corn. " " peaches. " cow and calf. " 2 year old heifer. ii j " " " 14 winter squash. " sample bread. " butter. " s'raw bonnet. " set curtains. " chicken without any Wm. Wilson, i ii ii bones. Miss C. M. B...

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