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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Perrysburg journal. — 18 July 1861

to 5 VOX. IX. .1? IU R 1. Y S 13 XT 13 G , O., THURSDAY 18. 18CM. NO. 11 DITCHES. 1) ITCH ' I.EITING, ISotiet is lirrnhv riven tint on MoTlnv. tlo Ifltli dar of July, lHill, at tlio. hiuin of Miciwl Ario.i In lVrtiipe township, 1 will Irt to tin levtv.st lii.lilor, In gep.u-.ite set-tinm tlic nuking of tln dniin known m drain Xr. lit, cnnnninicinir at or ireav tin- jeiitli quarter post of Ferlitm 1, 1'orUpe tnwnflii'i: thi-nrv running north on or nrar the quarter lint? S70 rotli: thence in a nortli-wexterly ilireetiiin to the Tiirtj river and thnro trrniinattC Tin vvt.rk comprise JT sections of 2n rods each; the wiillh of the hottonof tlia first 8 auction to bo 3 feet, the remainder our feet. The hank to have a ylopo of l.'j to 1 foot in depth. The earth t.ikuti from the diU ii to le re moved 3 fet from the binlr. The culling ns in dicated on the cnjjiii.vr's priil'ilc to he adhere.! to in excavating. Tha work to be completed by the 1st day of November, 1801, to the nceepl.Vn'eo 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. — 18 July 1861

jTwTlUAILUY, Kdilor. TIH IISOIT, J I' LY IS, Congressional. Both branches of tlio National CoiiKrors nre progressing an fuvoinUy with tlm luisi dobs upon which the' were railed t ml. that thry will prolmbly tvl'oiirn in three weeks fiom the tiinoof cenimetieeineiit. The measures lecoiiiiiionded hy (he l'xoriit'vp and his constitutional tulvidTs have nearly I all been considered, and many of thcin aH-I il iinon. Tho IVcnident is nr.tho; red to , call out .,00.000 men, oml ?fii)0,0(lO.Ono are placed nt liis disposal for carrying on tlm war vigorously. The only ahernalive of re nistitif force by force, in well mulct-stood; and tho President' acla in the prcmisea are heartily endorsed, The tnvtnr Hen Wood, of New York, offered a resolution in the House, on Monday, inviting the ( "iivci noi s of the States to cull their Legislatures to- gether, to provide for the election of Com- missioners, to meet at Louisville in Scpletn- With a view of patching up a peace j Tho resolution was iromptl...

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. — 18 July 1861

Local Matters. Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. OOIVQ 80CT1T. OOINO KOHTtt. Niflht Exp." 3:00 A. M Mail 3:00 p. M. Wiftht Exp.. 11:30 P. M. Mnil 11:30 A.M. 5:20 A. M. freight Freight 7:l P. M, Camp Correspondence. CAMr Camungtov, Ohio. ) Oam.ipoi.ir, July 7th, i.01.) Friend Bailet: Inasmuch as there arc many of our friends who ire anxious to heir from us, and, as we CAnnot write to all of tluin, I am requested 10 write A statement 01 our e.miiticn mm conduc t for the last week. Last Sunday, about fire o'clock In tho morning, a purty of thirty-throe rebels under command of Capt. Jenkins, seized two Union men near Point Pleasant, nt the mouth of the Kanawha, within six miles of our camp, and carried them to Charleston, some sixty miles distant. As soon ns tho news reached our camp, Col. Xorton, in com mand of a detachment of our regiment went up tho rivor in pursuit, but could not overtake them. The pursuit being given up, the detachment w as subdi vided, and upon ...

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. — 18 July 1861

Perrysburg Journal. For the Journal. OUR MOTHER. We wo-ild inus ear in dr dear tf fh front ns should go, On before to tti.it bright plier- An 1 1 -am us here bohm . The tVrct jtiy tli.it life nST t U, Wo hsTP within our hoia.' ; And that i h. r icv-vl fniiihs an I w t '.), To cheer our Ii aits when l ui TIutj is no music l i!f so a I. A our in other's u red song 1 'Twill put tin: littU' i'ii okU . p. When till' houra lire pro" i ig lorg. Her paths we ti-'a 1 with williff. f (. Where pnres' nril!'.t 1 1 '. 11 ' !.'!' There is no music half io Mia ft, A tlmt wc hear in innili r'n call. Fim strive a our t!nil1iiiiT boat:-: ti nill: Pin- dugs tlu' sv, ! red, -cluing song, And tratlicl us lr do his will ; And th-'il we'd join the I? ippr Fir.'i'g. Wh -re pure, unfading joys lave I ir'.li. Tint's frtv from s ww, '.n .111 1 p vi 1, We'll leave t ! 1 i - dark nn 1 mystic o.r;li, Tin; glorious tl-'..iv;J ' Mill 1 li'ain. Of li. r we'll en day lo I' T'.-iv'.l 11 ! miro will gr.nv forever stil...

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. — 25 July 1861

PEURYSBUEG, O., TTrITJ:iSDA.Y, .) UI W SS. 1801. VOL. IX. DITCHES. "JITCII .IXTTIXO. .. y Dotico Is hereby given tlmt on Monday, tin- 2!Mli day nf July, 1 ft t . at tin' limno nf Miciiucl Ames in Viirtrtiro 'tmvinliip. 1 will M to tlie luwot bidder, in separate sections lit? in akinir of the drtiin knmvn ilr.iin No. I 'I, cnniuiem'iuif lit or near tlie snutli quarter post nf scctinn 1. Iut ago tmvnship: tlience r.uniinjz mirth on or nenr the quarter lino -TO rods: thence in ft inn-th-wcsterly direcliun tn the rurtiigo river (tt'l-tli'-rc teritihi;ite". Tin1 milk oiimpriscs 17 sections n't' 2 A rods enrli: ttio w idth of tho I' ilti'innf tlio first 8 section tu bo II fivt. the rem ihuhr four feet. Thr hunks to have a sl 'po of 1'J ti I foot in depth. The earth taken fn.m the ilitrli to be re moved .1 frf.'t from the limk. The cutting ns in dicatvd on Hie engiir.MT 's profile to lie adhered to in excavating. The work to be completed by the 1st day of Xovcmber, lStil, to the acceptance...

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. — 25 July 1861

THl'IiSDAT, Jl l-V 5, ISOI. The Great Rebellion. Progress of the Work of Suppression. Thursday's Dispatches. Th National forros nt Washington com tnenced moving towttr-Is Fairfax on Wvl- ncilav -About 63.000 alronjy. As soon ns tho alvanco coiujwnies rcselie-l (lie rrhc-l picket, the alarm wan given, and such a retreat was mado from Fairfax in prolmWy tras never mado before by rebel. Tliry left tbeir revisions, tent, and several pie ce of cannon. The grand army entered Fairfax in the afternoon, and several regi ments went a few mile beyond. Two or three of our troop were slightly wounded in skirmishing, and several rebels Mere killed. The rebel leader Johnson: i reported to be on tho rtin, and Gen. Patterson, with our force, close, on to his rear. It may safrly be said now that tho " anaconda " is tight ening bis coil about the neck of the mon itor ttxesh. From tho region of the Kanawlin we slso have interesting intclligenec. lien. Cox's division is rapidly pushing up the valli-y. A...

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. — 25 July 1861

Local Matters. Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. ooivo sorm. Vipht Exp--1l:.10 p. K Mail 1 1:30 A.M Freight 5:25 A. u OOINO NORTH, NiphtExp." :l:00 A. M Mail S:i0 r. t. Freight :07 p. jj. The Engagement at Scary Hill—Colonel Norton Wounded and taken Prisoner. eThe report which reached here on Saturday to (ha effect that Col. Norton liail been wounded mid taken prisoner in n engagement with the rebels nt Scary Hill, about forty miles up the Kanawha, produced a profound sensation in this romniniiity. The particulars, a near as we ran patlicr, nro as follows: On Wednesday miming, tho 17ih inst., Oen. Cox had information of a supposed rebel bat tery near the mouth of Scary ltiver, about three miles above Oen. Cox's encampment, and detailed Col. Lowe's 12tli regiment, and two companies of the 21st regiment, under Col. Norton, the artillery and cavalry to roconnoiter tho enemy's supposed position nn the opposite, side of the river. About uoon heavy firing was heard from...

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. — 25 July 1861

Perrysburg Journal. WILLIE. y The following tnncltlnply ImniitiTul line Xyro written on tlio death of lililo W illie Harper, i..n of lr. T.L. Ril l Hnmh IlatTcr. of Cincinnati, who died Sept. 1 llh, IR.,0, lv Mi. Lucy Wilson, of Lawrence county, 1 .i.: , JInw flcctinp 1 life, fltul hoW soctl l)n earth's briphti'st lloWlMH decay Our Willie like In tr rose of .lime, ,.' IMiMiinott sweetly, linn fulfil away. Thonph lu i 'f s tli" rose liN 1 ' I Ami like litem lii bo ly dccv, Yet his P'iH( l! freed fn m tin- trifc, Which miplit have I'lnliltt nM his days. Afar in tlic briphl realms of day, Hy faith our dear savior v sect Anrl we know our dour Willie in there. For Cliri.il lum nniil " Come ihiIo mi'." A way, near llio pr.-nl white throne. ' Anil hy the " Iliver of water nf Life." In Hie Savior's nrim dear Willie in Wm, Hclcnsed from the li'mildcs of 1 i r . AVe kiu-iiv that dour Willie i safe, Iinnif ill (lie anus of Christ's lovi t Ainl Oh I iii.it wc inert hire In fare, In the Jros Min...

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. — 1 August 1861

"VOL. IX. PKRXlYSBTIXlGr, O., TIITJnSDVY, -A.UGTJST 1, 180:1. isro. 13 LEGAL ADV'S. gHERIFF'd SALE. Abram Krill vs Onirics C. Ilalril. By virtue of an onlor of sale to mo ilirectfl nml tlolivoreit from the court of common plens of Wornl comity, Oliio, in tin tthnvt! ciuisi;, 1 shall oIUt for b.iIl at the d.icr of the court lieuse in l'crijsburg, in aid countr, on Suttirbiv August 10, 1S51, at 2 o'clock p. m. of saiil day, the uii'liviilort nnc sixth of the S'Mitli linlf of in-lots in the town of l'tr ryaburjr, Wood county, Ohio, (milijcct to wMniv's tlWor numbers (3118, 35V, 'MV2, 3d')) throe lnnidreil nnd thiity-eitfht. three linn trod and lifty-nine, tlnvc Imndred and sixty-two and thri'i hundred and eighty three : also, the whole! of in-lot one hundred and twenty-two ( 1 22 ). 0. K. OU YEK, SlierilV. Jamfs MntH.w, nttv. July ti, 13iU lihvaj.l 4-b s II E B I F F ' S HALE L. C. B.irkdull vs. I'mniiis & Chance. By virtue of an order of mile to me directed nnd delivered from the ...

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. — 1 August 1861

J. V. 1JAII.KV. IMitor. Till .JIMMY." At U. 1, IMJlT The Great Rebellion. Progress the Work of Suppression. , The ncw from Washington tndicnlon a rapid re-organisation of tlic llornl forces in that vicinity. TliO Mammies disaster is having a good effect, and new life in being imparted into military movement thi-ougli-out nil tho loral Plates. Con. Mi ll llan is now in Washington, ami will take elmrgc .f . ' the forces on tllO Potomac. Th war department ha nntbwi.od nr. I . ' - , , .... fantry regiments for the war honi I). no. Infantry Three regiments left Columbus for the neat of .war on Tuesday. The news from the Kanawha valley is really cheering. Oeu. Cox entered Chin Ich ton on Wednesday lust, when tho rebels un der Wise made ft hasty retreat, leaving a cooked meal untouched, whiolt our hoys nit down to and devoured with a will. The rebels destroyed bridges an mti'-h property in their flight burning a steamboat lo keep it from falling in the hand of our troops. 1 1 1s supposed t...

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. — 1 August 1861

Local Matters. Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. OOtNO BOCTTt. K!phtE.tp-.ll::ti) r. u. Mail 1 1:110 A. ii. Freight 4:23 a. m. OOTSO NORTIt. Night F.xp.. :t:no a. m Mail 3:0.) p, m. Freight 7-.Q7 t. M. Accident. TTo understand that Capt. Wilkisnn,by a sudden tart of his horses, was precipitated from a load of hay, upon which lie was standing, to the ground, doing hint considiT.il.lu injury about the fare. The accident occurred at the liar scales on Front street. Celebration at Fremont. The good pecplo of our neighboring city of Fre mont, contemplnto commemorating the victory of Col. Croglian over the llritish and Indians ut that place, by a giand uulitury celebration on the 2.1 of August. Bill Gibson's Regiment. We loam from tho Tribune that Win. If. Clibson, cf TWiu, has positive assurance from Simon Cam eron, that if he raises a regiment, it will accepted for the war. Bill is going to work to raise it. Sad Accident. The Findlay Ji-jjirumum says that a man named ...

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. — 1 August 1861

Perrysburg Journal. OUR ORDERS. Weave no more aitks, ye Lynns looms, To dock our girls for pay delights, ) crimson flower of Initio Mount", And solemn marches fill the nights. Weave 1ml the flag whose bnrs to-day Drooped lioftTV mi our early dead, An 1 homely garni'tits. coarse nnd gray, For orphan that must earn their liivail. Keep back your tunes, ye viols tweet, That pour delight trow ollx-r tin I 1 Rouse (hero the dancer's restless foci -Tho trumpet leads our wi r.l t bands. Anil yo Hint wage the war f w nrd i. With mystic fume nnd mYte power, (Jo, chatter to tho Idle, birds. Or tench tho lesson of jho hour 1 Ve Sybil Arts, in one ater.i knot Be ell yoiir ('(tiros n inbined ! Ptand close, while courage ilia" " tho tot, The destiny of t.nin.in kin 1 ! And if that destiny roul 1 fill, The aim ahottld dark-n in ti e sky, The eternal tdontn of Xatnio pale, And Und, nnd Truth, nn 1 Froo.Vm ili. ! —[Atlantic Monthly. THE LOST INHERITANCE. Tho twins from rut-in l I. mum sioppd nt the K...

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. — 8 August 1861

I 5 VOU,. IX. PEREYSBTJIIG-, O., THURSDAY, -A.UG-TJST 8, 1801. N"0. 14 LEGAL ADV'S. gUKBIFF'3 SALE. Hiniy C tawT'Mieo v .T R Mnro el nl. By virtuj of n Fi Ka ju Ignieiit to nu diru'cleil Mil deliix-rod from ttio court of common plena of Wood county, Oliin, I sliull offer for anient llicdoor of tlni court tuniso in IVrrvalmrjr, in miid cuntv,oii TlitirsJ.ir, August 2J.I, 1801, lit 1 o'clock p. in. of s;ii 1 d.iv, tliu wont half of the north west qunrter of the north east quarter of sec tion tliirty-tiiruu (8:1). tow n number 0 north of ranjre number 10 oast, cuiittiiniiijr 20 ncr es : nppraUeil ut till). O. E. UC VEU, ahurilT. Donor i- Tvi.kb, att'vs. July 22, 1861 12wo$3 80. gUERIFF'S) SALE. John 1) Horn V9 V A Smith i-t al. By virtuo of a Fi Fa judgi-iu -ut to ma directed ani delivered from the court of common pleas of Woid cmmly, Oliio, I shall oiler for silo at the door of tha court house in I'orryslmrjr in snid countv, on Thursday, August 2lM, 18(11, at 1 o'clock p. in. of said ...

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. — 8 August 1861

J. V. IIAILUV, Ihlitnr. TIU IISI V. Alii. , tSUt, National Movement to Ohio. The Otizrffc Rays tltc prnporition 'f tho Hi publican f?tato Central Committee lo the Democratic Executive Cnnunitler, tn unite in calling a convention to nominate Slate officers, on tho solo basis of tho luatntotiitncc' of tlio National Government, mill tho sup pression of tlio rebellion, seems to meet with little favor from tlio IVitiocralio pivr.r. There is striking inutility to tilled,' any reason why in a time of public dane:. r the people should not unite in 1li ilefcta.o i.f the country, but there in on tlio int I of the Into organs of tlio parly a decided Indisponi tion toliavo it done by tlio people whom tliey have ceased pretty much to leal. t would lie well to Keep in v'.ew the k'I iiation of affairs and tlio con l.l'.otis on which this proposition is made. There in no i.it Mi tion to havo a coalition of the nttl' lut an organist inn fresh from tho people. Hut the inovcnient iniifit lie-in somewh...

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. — 8 August 1861

Local Matters. Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. notNO sorrif. wurht K.TO-. 11:01) r. M. Vail. Freight 11:00 a. b:'2i A. noiNd NOKTIt. Night Exp." S:00 A. 1C Mail 3:00 r. M. Freight 7:07 r. M. Mindful of the Printer. A.L cheese. Hutchinson, Esq., has our thanks fur A fiuo Our better linlf pronounces in excellent. Whortle Berries. Aro anid to be quit plenty, this year. They nre telling on tho street nt eight cents per quart. Now U tho time to commence canning. The Weather, Last week, wns awful; most of the timo ranging from 80 to 100 ' in the sluide. The rain Monday morning was very acceptable on this account. The Wood County Fair. The next annual fuir of the Wood Comity Agri cultural Association will take place at Howling Green on Wednesday and Thursday, October 2nd and 3rd. We trust the friends of agriculture will make a better display of stock than wns exhibited last year. Mabie's Circus. Tho advertisement of tins great show will be found in this issue of the Jo...

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. — 8 August 1861

Perrysburg Journal. WHEN COTTON MAY BE KING. BY V. M. CHAFES. Tho irtir-dog now ho.r'.injf, ) rowdier", O'er the mountain's bight, Oar palWt Scott is sMiming, plannltn With heroic, mights Our Fsgb' now is rcrkinr. s'n tckhiff Id bor woun.lo.l pride, Our flsg io9u'tl, is nwingiue, ..-'iiift'.-iR, To th lui- 's aMo. The Acn llr bombs niv li muding, snn lnjr, 'Long Pi t Mime's bank a: Our caimon bulls are aissing. Iiisninff 'Mong the robrl rankst Our Minie nws are iroutitifr , routing Tin despotic camp. Our bayonets w gloaming, strenniingf 'Mul the froaoh'rniis scamps. Our n-Mo brave nil glowing, (! in;.' Threw the fiery U1. An! art ti.e lories aching, r.hnkitift At (iio Laurel HilU; Thou Harnett's m 'ii ran ludl-r, hkolt r, From thiir fatal darh , With victory, MoCtcban's swcllb'K Every patriot's liruri. Our r inrinfT Lynn's (lashing, or .ishlii), Through Missouri's nvkt, Treacherous Jackson's miming, cunning, Liko tho lmnte.l f; Priivc Sigol's men ivt'iniirr. l uviili'C, Mou'.l tin. ...

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. — 15 August 1861

VOL. IX. PERRYSBURG, O., THURSDAY, A.TJGTJST 15, 180:1. NO. 15 iPy l?4y will. J LEGAL ADV'S. gnERIFF'S SALE. Peter Vannest vs. Alo!inn1cr P. Dnnnldson. flr virtue of mi order iif mIiHsiiciI by Ue Clerk of ttio Court of Coram in Plena of Wood comity. Ohio, in the nbivo canno, nml to ma directed and delivered, I will ofl for mile at pnblio vendue nt the door of tlio Court House, in the town of l'crrys liuijf, Wood cnuutv, Oliio, On 8aturdur,'tlie 31st day of Aiifrn.it, 1861, between tho liimrs of 10 n. in. and 2 p. in. of tint day tlie follow injr lands nnd tenements, to-wit: The nortli-oast quarter of section :I0, township 5 north of rnfto 9 cist, in Wood county, Ohio, rnntaiiiitip 100 acres mure or loss. (I. K. GUYEK, Sherilf. Cook: I'iiick & Jonvso. tty. Aug. 1, 1S31 13ivo3 14 OlIEBIFF'd SALE. Samuel Johnson, assignee, v. Benjamin S. JJ Run. et al. By virtua of a decretal order of gale to m di rected and delivered from the court of conimnn pleas of Wool comity, Ohio, I nhall 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. — 15 August 1861

.. W. VtMlV. IMitor. Tin snT. r The Great Rebellion. Progress of the Work of Suppression. , Itpecnia tliut tlio mil iilijccl of RPoesninti Istn of Missouri in not In ntl.vl. Cniro or flirtl'" Point, I'"' 1 ' ni;o i (leKpeiiiln idl'mf to BOClU'O pONrlCSHnlll of Hi. Ioiiin. Tliovo i'p a strong force inuler Ccn. 1'illow nt Now MniliM. Mo., nimllicr tit IVe ilmntas, AiL, under Poll. Met'tlllotli'.h. ntnl ntiolhcr ill Min eisnippl minify tintlcr Jo IT. Thump? er,. Tlir jiliili is to keep up n c .mutant threat to nl tack ('nii o nti'l Uiril'H point, 8nnn tn Keep the Federal forces thorp employed: nienncc den. Lyon in Bouth-Tvci-lcru MVrr.t'ri 1 y tlircntsofuniittiii.1;, vl.ilo the illicit nl Now Mililli'l ailil Pocnholllitu i l'io.-l II j'.llli I'.nil nf Til.it Knoh, n ml from then ihmvoIi mi f'd. Louis, t:iko it, nviiPtiit.- tlnv. Jiu'V.umi, run! tvilli this h:w'H of opornlioi n, vn f t Mic-on-ri from tlio Vcileiul Government. 'I I. in Inn of oporatioim.lmwcvor.iii.iv imdorpo u nlrjil cl...

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. — 15 August 1861

Local Matters. Local Matters. TIME TABLE---Dayton & Michigan R. notso (rnrrn. Vlpht Exp. .10:25 p.m. Hail 10:49 A. M. freight 0:13 A.M. COIVU KORTti. XicM Kp." Stan A, M Mail 2:."S r. M. Freight 7:22 T, U. Our Boys Coming Home. It ts now reportod tlint our boys will positively bo home on tho 3 o'clock train, Wednesday after noon. This will afford oir citiicns a good opportu nity to turn out and meet them. Dr. McMillin, V?i bo at tlio Exchange Hold, in this plsce, on Baturd.iy next. Those wishing to consult the doc tor will tuko notice, mid govern themselves accordingly. Shipping. In the lino of shipping, triida has been pretty fair for tho past work. Some three or four schoon ers, and probably twice that number of canal boats have left port within the past eight days, loaded With lumber, staves, frrain, etc. Col. Gibson's Regiment. The Tifiln Jrilmnt thinks Col. Gibson's regimeat Will be full in the course of ten days. One or two companies have already (rone into eainp. A com pa...

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. — 15 August 1861

Perrysburg Journal. LIFE'S BATTLE FIELD. Each hns his "vn one path In life, , A cirrlc small within his ken , And ft small circle, too, pcri'linnce- We f nnnol nil be famous tit(;il And duties are not truly done, Fy panting vainly after fume, Or fretting for want of chance To nam kly make, ft brilliant namo. . A brilliant nnmc! Ton oft Is this Tlio phanlom tint lead i many on, Until, too Into, thry wake nnd Usui ' Tlio time for real cu 1 -at-or gonot . ' liettcr t (111 n lowly phiro. Ami labor there with soul nnd lu-nrt, Thnn ilro.im Ambitiously i f wealth, Till time and youthful strength tlo.r.rt. Pn I sp-nk Milly? Truth il i. That In the lowest place of life A man run net a hern's put, Amid tho diiil v toil and ntrif.t Ave, amid hourly ilin and rare. E'en tho' within the humblest hi me, Can nhinc in viilnn grea nnd gran I As ever gilded ancient limn"! Life's heroism docs not nred A spacious or a lofty singes Life's greatest deeds nrc not nil writ Cpntl tho filming golden pa,: 'I U...

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