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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 25 November 1854

THE ! PERRYSBURCr JOUMAlJ ! ': 277 The Allied Fleet in the Baltic. The season for operationsby the allied fleet in the Baltic against Russia having passed away without any more signal success than the taking of Bomarsuncl, which was subse quently abandoned, Sir Charles Napier has been freely censured. The public can never be satisfied without a rapid succession of startling effects. The allied armies in the ast have been as freely condemned for not maintaining the character of tlv. oge, and effecting miracles with railroad speed, and gratifying each grumbler, each morning as he sips his coffee and munches his muffins, with elaborate details by telegraph of bloody ncounters and unparalleled victories. Even Gen. Taylor and our own little army in Mex ico, notwithstanding its glorious achieve ments, did not ahvHs escape the condemna tion of the censorious. The movements of the allied fleets in ihe Baltic were, notdependent on the ipse dixit of Sir Charles Napier, and each stei) taken by...

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. — 25 November 1854

278 1 I w THJj .PEIlRYSBUIiarOUKNAL.' HT ToF.xnY of Physic Doses hays, always been assoc ja text in our m uhIs'vvi Ui wry -faces, - " v - i r .1. . J !d jnenicine flos seemeu itum .vuu uajoui j childhood, another word for nausoaarul dis gust., Its remedies were the Worst pari tf sickness' a'hd pain Was not so haul, vd bear as the revolting potions we were compelled :to swallow for its relief. Dr. Ayer's prepa rations herald anothet era. His Cherry Pec feral is like honey on the tongue, and heal ing balm in the stomach. Itis Pills 1 "Try them they are sweet morsels to the taste, ad glide sugar-shod over the palate but their energy although wrapped up, is there, end strikes with telling force to the very foundations of disease. Cincinnati Citizen. Th-i heaviest tax-payer in the ve.?t is Nich olas Longworth. of Cincinnati, who pays this year $21,544. The rate is 153 mills on the dollar valuation.: Railroad lAne of Hacks. THE subscriber will run a Carriage from Per rysburg and Maumee to...

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. — 25 November 1854

THE PJSRRirBtilG WtMAt 579 Akron, a irf entirely nnt'oumled. .'Akbon Bhancii Bank. Many rumors are in circulation in regard to this bank. We have good authority for saying that the bank became emUn rassed by its aid rendered the Akron and Millersburidi railroad, and lias been taken 'in 'charge by 'the Uoanl of Control, who, at its counter, are redeeming Mriih oniric it3 ri I'f'iihi I mn iiirl will i.'.ir all thci depositors. The banks of 'this city .,.r.i.;n.r tho hill of 1ru Aim,, Tt.-mlr Willi the most Rinrcre regret we learn A ; -M ':, t ..:.. r a r. ,i, ,.t,:f lliat Mr. b.mon lerk n.,,of Al.ion the duel backer of the Akron branch .road, has been compe.lleil by the stringency of the times to make ail assignment. Mr. "lV'ikins is one of -. i ,7 , t ii , ii the must esteemed and honorable iivn in Oliio, and has properly worth five limes the of his liabilities. This afternoon we received the following , it it rm i c l Emtok 1Ik::AL1) : lin rumors pulitL-Iiert in the Leader this morn...

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. — 25 November 1854

280.. THE .PEftBYSBUflG. JOURNAL... 1!T . , R. A. CROSS, , .Watchiimkcr anil Jeweler, . pfrura Would mostrespectfullyinvitetheeitixeiw ot iVlaumee Citj, Perrysburg, Waterville and vicin ity to call and examine, before purehaslngelsewhere, his FRESH SUPPLY OF NEW JEWELRY, just received from Boston the beat assortment ever brought into this market consisting of Ladies and Gents Fine Gold Breast Pins; Gents' Diamond Scarf Pins; Gents Diamond Hi iters; Ladies supe rior Cuff Pins; Ladies' Ruby, Emerald, Pearl, and Garnet Rings; Fine Gold Lockets; Ear-rings of all kinds and qualities; beautiful nlva coral Bracelets; line Gold Bracelets with settings; Ladies' Gold Chains; Gents' extra fine Gold Vest Chains, (new style ; Silver and Gold Pencils; Cornelian Rings; "Watches, Clocks, Gold and Silver Watch Kevs. to gether with a general assortment of every variety of goous in uis line. Cash buyers will find this a very desirable stock, and I would also say that I can and will selljewelry ten per...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 December 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. A Republican Newspaper- Successor to the "Fort Meigs Reveille," and " Perryskrg Star," VOL. 2. PERItYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1854. NO. 3G. Franklin's Reported Discovery— Its Improbability. We have endeavored to give all the par ticulars which have come to light, concern ing the discovery of ll.ti lost navigator, Sir John franklin ; a:d Lave carefully scrutini zed the reported funs that we might convince ourselves of the probable reliance to be giv en them. But we must confess to doubts at i he conclusions arrived at by Dr. Rae, and seemingly endorsed by the press, and will endeavor to give our reasons for a belief quite to the contrary, viz : that no "remains' of Sir John hive yet been discovered that can possibly identify his time and place of death. It was on the 19th day of May, A.D.1S15, that the intrepid navigator saueil lrom ing- 1 0 . laud to prosecute a voyage of discovery in; the Arctic ocean, in the hope of deciding! the Prob...

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

TIIE'.PEIlUYSBUIta JOURNAL. 282 PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1854. rpO FJIIXTEUS, A luuitl press, nearly new, X platen l?4x!l7 inclics, Foster patent, in perfect order audi working admirably, will bo sold cheap, r exchanged for a good super-roynl press, with a suitable difference. Address this ofHce. j&S-On Monday next, congress will com mence its short session. We shall probably have the President's message during the week, and will give it to our readers as soon after ns we can. The approaching session will be likely to be a working session' instead of a talking one. It is difficult to predict what will be done, or rather what will not be. The elec tions have resulted so disastrously to the administration and the south, that nothing can be expected by them from the next con gress; and whatever darling or daring and desperate measures they niay have at heart, or determine to accomplish during the pres ent administratation, will be likely to be precipitated on the c...

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. — 2 December 1854

THE PERRY&BtJRG1 JOURNAL. 263 Incidents Loss of the New Era. This fine new ship, in the New York and Bremen emigrant trade, our readers have been pained to learn, was lost on Monday night by beaching on Long Island, and over tuo hundred and sixty persons perished. The New York papers now come to us with all the heart-rending details, from which we learn that there is evidence of the most criminal negligence on the part of the offi- cers ami crew ui ui c&:m.j, ami mm, uhhiS entirely to a want of watchfulness, the ves-jof was b -ached and lost. The Tribune pays 'It would seem that a few hours before; tliis t,VLiit occurred the weather was fine, as line indeed as any experienced in thoj course of a vovitge across the Atlantic, ex-: tending ov-r a pc.iod of forty-six days. The ship u it.; n w ; it was her first voyage ; biid we have heard no complaint of her or-:los.-;, linarv crew b ing in any way inefficient. Th-re" its UtidV r no Vog, and the vessel; in the m ighborhood of a ...

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. — 2 December 1854

284 THE PERIiYSBUItG, JOURNAL. ' T . .,,.. . i. i i For the Journal. Magnolia, Harbison Co., Iowa, October 16, 185-1. Mr. Clark Dear Sir, Alter my best re spects to you, I will inform you that we are nil well at present, and hope that these few lines may find you in like favorable circum stances. I promised to write to you, but have delayed it thus far to have something to write, and hardly know where to begin now. I went through Perrysburg, March 14th, on my way to Iowa, and landed at Kanesville, on the Missouri river, the last day of March, and had a very pleasant trip. I came by railroad from Toledo to Rock Island, then came by wagon the remainder of the way. 1 came through Scott, Muscatine, Johnson, Iowa, Foweshiek, Jasper, Polk, Dallas, Guth rie, Adair, Cass and Potawatamie counties, and settled within one mile and a half of Magnolia, the county seat cf Harrison coun ty, 40 miles from Council Bluff City. The eastern counties surpass everything for good country I ever saw. The c...

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. — 2 December 1854

THE PEItRYSBURG JOURNAL! i 285 communication, but there 6eems to be no means of doing so from our present position; at least from the manner in which it is spoken of, it seems to be an unavoidable difficulty. A force of 45,000 men might defend every street in the town, and the real defence of Sebastopol begin, where defences commonly end, at the moment a breach is made and the allied forces are pressing on to the assault. It is also to be remarked that the RussianshaveatS-bastopol an advantage fcimilar to the one which gave such aid to ihe Turks at Silistria. The ravines which break up the ground permitted the Russians in that memorable siege to advance only in email bodies, and caused thi-m to be repulsed in detail. 11 uie nussian suitr.er were ar. an worthv of his past reputation, the allies might have to fear a loss which would make the campaign of the Crimea the most gloomy success recorded in our annals. But there is no doubt that from some cause, which neither political nor mi...

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. — 2 December 1854

280- THE1 PERRYSBURG JOURNAL, Bills wore read the third time in the Cana dian parliament cm the 24th ult. to abolish the federal tenure, nnd to increase the capi tals of the. various Montreal and Quebec bauka to the extent of seven millions of dol lars. Silas V. Wilder, late, of the Toledo He publican, died of consumption a few days ugo, aged 40 years. When Machaon, the Greek physician, was slain, Homer said of him, " a good physician is worth as muck s ft whole army." Then a good medicine like Avcr's CathurtiC Piih, is worth a great deal more, because it curesj as well, works wider, and lasts longer. Thej circle, of th-.i hvst physician's labor must be; narrow, while such a remedy is available to; all can be had by every body, and is worth! having. MAUUIED In the M. E. Church in .Maumeel City on the 1!tth of November, by tlie Uev. John A. Shannon, Mr. D.win Ddwi.iison, of Oilead, to' , . , , , i' ,i i i .HISS I.I.IZADKTU l.l L A., VI T.IIC rorillCI' piaCU. Accompanying the above ca...

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. — 2 December 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 287 IIesult in New York. We subjoin the aggregates on all the State officers. The footings for Governor and Lieut. Governor embrace the vote of the entire Slate. In the footings of Canal Commissioner find State Prison Inspector, the city of New York is omitted: GOVERNOR. Clark 100.795 Seymour 150.501 Kronson 33,820 Ullmanu 122,274 I.IIX'T. GOVT.riNOIl. .Raymond 102.5SI Ludlow Ford 51.012 Scroggs 10G.2U 123,073 CANAL COMMISSIONER. Fits'.iugh 117.&75 Chirk Buiulium 102J55 Williams 100,012 43,200 ! STATE PRISON INSPECTOR. liownc 1-13.271 Andrews Vtniaui 'WJ.8D2 Saunders 105,902 105,07'J Tjik a.a i; rsi 'i ts Em.ction. The I'os loii papers publish th" following as the otli--ibl vote polled for Governor at th'i recent flection in Massachusetts: Whole nurubrrof votes 120.005 Henry J. GmiiIikt, Know Nothing. SI. 333 Emory Wa,hburn. Whig, 27.010 llenrv Wilion, Free Soil, 0.75'.) llenrv W. llislmj., Democrat, 13,423 Jlraiiford L. WuU-s, Nat. lX-m., 313 Others 655 ...

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. — 2 December 1854

28g THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. K. A. CROSS, (C-Vvfo HarouiuiiKtT hiiujchi-ici', Would inostrespectfullyinvttethecutizens of Maamee City, Perrysburg, Watervilleand vicin ity to call and examine, before purehasingelsewbere, his FRESH SUIM'LY OF NEW JEWELRY, just received from Boston the host assortment ever -brought into this nurket consisting of Ladies and rents Fine Gold Breast Tim; Gents' Diamond Scarf Pins; Gents' Diamond Rings ; Ladies' supe rior Cuff Pins; Ladies' Rubv, Emerald, Pearl, and Garnet Rings; Fine Gold Lockets; Ear-rings of all kinds and qualities ; beauhtul alva coral Bracelets ; tine Gold Bracelets with --ttings; Ladies' Gold! Vilnius ; wcui extra tine lum vest mains. newTT stvle ; Silver and Gold Pencils; Cornelian Rings; arcnes, iiock ;, uohi inci silver wutcli Keys, to gether vith a gf 'leruln isortmentof every variety of goods in his lin '. Cash buyers Will find this a very desirable stock, and I would also say that I can and will sell jewelry lea per cent, cheaper...

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. — 9 December 1854

THE PERRYSRURG JOURNAL A Republican NewspaperSuccessor to the "Fort Meigs Reveille," and Perryskrg Star." V"' VOL. 2. PERHYSBUKG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1854. NO. 37. A Novel Mode of Paying the Printer. 1 ouv. huil ihe pleasur of listening to a colloquy l ; worn an ulitor bikI h farmer, which struck run as bring decidedly novel and uniqn". For t lie benefit of thope who can't birnr 1 to pay the printer,'' I con ceive, its relation to be not inappropriate,: mill it is for those it is written. Early in the 6pring of 18 , I casually happ' n'il up in the office of my friend C whom I found earnestly engHd in a spirited conversation with farmer 15 . Just ns 1 t utt:red th " office, the farmer with very vehe ment gesticulations flinging his arms mid air, then low ring th ru as if to pump out his words, said in conclusion of a sentence, and in nnswer in an interrogation of the editor, "Can't afford it, sir should like to t.ik" your pap'-r, sir; hut can't affud it; country ...

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. — 9 December 1854

290 THE PEIUiYSBUItG JOURNAL. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1854. mn TIt I V7 TTT'lfS A tinnrl nm t..l X platen 24x37 inches, Foster patent, in perfect 1 i i.: :n i ii i ruer unu v""K ouhhibuijt, win ue sum Clieap, or exchanged for a good super-royal press, with a suitable difference. Address this office. (X3The president's message came to hand nfter our paper was partly set up, and in or der to copy it we are a little late in getting out this number. See how the Greytown business is pettifogged and apologized for, while the Nebraska outrage is jumped clean over in sad but eloquent silence. Mr. Atchison having resigned the presidency of the U. S. Senate, Gen. Cass has been elected in his place. The change involves a great improvement in the presid ing officer of the senate. The footing up of the official returns from all the counties of New York, elects Mvron II. Clark, Governor, by 131 majority. This question may now be regarded as settled. The State Journal says that. ...

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. — 9 December 1854

. THE i PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 291 The 'proposition to enter into engagements to forego resorting to privateers, in case this counlryshould be forced into a war with a jrre-.rt t naval power, is not entitled to more fa vorable consideration than would be a propo sition to agree not to accept the services of volunteers for operations on land. When the honor or the rights of our country require it to assume ii h 03 tile uttitude, it confidently leliis upon tlie patriotism of its citizens, not ordinarily devoted to the. military pro fession, to augment the army and the navy, ko ns to make them fully adequate to the e-mergency which calls them iu:o action. The proposal to surrender the ii:,ht to fin pn privateers, is professedly founded on the prineiph that tlie private property of unof fending non-combatauts, though 'enemies, should bo ex-mpt from the ravages of war ; but tlv.i proposed surrender goes but little way in carrying out that principle, which equally requires that such private ...

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. — 9 December 1854

292 This pretended community, a heterogene tJus assemblage, gathered from various-coun tries, and composed for the most part of blacks and persons of mixed blood, nad pre viously given other indications of mischie vous and dangerous propensities. Early in the 6ame month, property was clandestinely taken from the depot of the Transit Compa ny and taken to Greytown. The plunderers obtained shelter there, and their pursuers were driven back by its people, -who not on ly protected the wrong doers and shared the plunder, but treated with rudeness and vio lence those who sought to recover their prop erty. Such, in substance, are the facts submitted to my consideration and proved by trust worthy evidence. I could not doubt that the case demanded the interposition of this government. Justice required that repara tion should be made for so many and such gross wrongs, and that a course of insolence and plunder, tending directly to the insecu rity of the lives of numerous travelers, and of the...

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. — 9 December 1854

THE PEHRYSBURG JOURNAL. 2&3 selection, which is now practically confined to the grade of general officers, might be somewhat extended with benefit to the pub lic. Observance of the rule of seniority some times leuds, especially in limes of peace, to lliu. provision of officers who, after merito rious, and even distinguished services, may have been rendered by ug or infirmity in capable of performing active duties, and whoso advancement therefore would tend i injure the efficiency of the army. Suita ble provision for this class officers by tho creation of u retired list would remedy the evil, without wounding the. just pride of men, who, by past services, have established a claim to , high consideration. In com mending l his measure- to the favorable con siderate n of Ombres?, I would suggest that tiie power of placing officers on the. retired list ba limited to one year. The. practical operation of the measure would thus be tested, and if. after a lapse of years, there should he...

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. — 9 December 1854

294 THE PEIiliYSBURG JOURNAL: ? i ' ) L Yellow Fever Story. The following amusing incident is related by a correspoud ent : , ' ' A gentleman from the country, who had been in Port Gibson sometime during the first week of the epidemic, and was riding home.at a pretty smart gait, wa3 brought up by a man tunning out of his house and in quiring: i "Say, have they got the rale yellow fever in town ?" "Oh, yes. There's no doubt of that 1 reckon," was the answer. " And is it a fact they've got the quaran tine 'long with it?' I'll twur, it's bad enough to have one disease, without havin' another to help it along!" This filled the gentleman on the road " too full for utterance," and putting the switch to his horse, he was off to make the woods resound with his pent-up laughter. Reach ing his destination he must tell it to a friend, a plain honest hearted man, who, however, had neglected the ' rudiments." The incident was loo good to keep, and so he related it. "Haw, haw, hawV roared the hon...

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. — 9 December 1854

THE PjERRYSBURG JOURNAL, 295 . .. When Machoon, the Greek physician, was fluin, Homer saiil of him, " a good physician is worth as much as a whole army." Then a pood medicine like Ayer'a Cathartic Pills, is worth n great ileul more, because it cures as well, works wider, and lasts longer. The circle of the bust physician's labor must be narrow, while such u remedy is available to nil can be hud by every body, and i3 worth KIimUFF'S HALE. V..fi. Knight, adm'r, vs. Peter Fishery at. BY virtue of an execution to me delivered from tho court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, I will sell at. public auction, at the floor of itio court house in said county, on Friday, the Pith hy of January, A. I. l.-tV, bet ween tile hours of 1 mid 2 o'clock P. M the following described real estate, situated in Wood county, Ohio, to wit: The north half of the cast half of the northwest quarter of section twelve, in township number five north, of range twelve east, containing forty ncres more or Apprais...

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. — 9 December 1854

290 THE PEiiltYSBUIlG JOURNALS of Maumee 1 R. A. CROSS, - .Watchmaker andJewcIcr, Would most respectfully invite the citizens lee City, Perry sburr, Waterville and vicin ity to call and examine, before purchasing else where, his FRESH SUPPLY OF NHW JEWF.I.UY.just received from Boston the host nortment ever lirought into this market consisting of Ladies and Gents Fine Gold Breast Pins; Gents Diamond Scarf Pins; Gents' Diamond Rings; Ladies' supe rior Cuff Pins; Ladies' Ivubv, F.merald, Pearl, nnd GarnetRings; Fine Gold Lockets ; Far-rings 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 Keys, to gether with a general assortment of every variety jjoous in ins line. Cash buyers will find this a very desirable stock, and 1 would also say that I can and will sell tewelry ten per cent, cheaper th...

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