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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 20 February 1854

the peertsbbm-jouensl: ia: BY S. CLARK. "Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures." $1.50 In Advance. VOL. 1. PERRYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1854. NO. 50. The Mouse and the Merchant. A"' ' hundred years ago to us ure. iini"S. Undertimes t hoy sec in, too, compared v i I h ihose in which we live. The school master, the press, the mechanician had not Wiendoneso much lor our people. Never theless, prudent and pious men walked the world with our great-grand lathers and among them there was oil" known to his correspon dents as Mr. Francis Fairliold, merchant, of Cheapside, in the city of London. Thi' Fairholds had been notable in Cheap sid:i eer since it, was called Westcheap, or the western mark't. One representative of tli'? family had helped to clear St. Paul's Church of relics and images; another had fitted out a ship at his own expense against thi! Spanish Armada ; and one. served as member for his borough in the. Long Parlia ment. Their house, had been almost deso- ...

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. — 20 February 1854

3M THE iPERRYSBURG JOURNAL. but the oatlerliad ha featififaction of hearing the valise chink once fnore,: besides receiving his yearly tenpence.TriTba landlord poured forth' his good wishes ; Mrs.f Hobbes came as far as the draw-well tornake her parting courtesy; and with all the civility he could assume, our merchant rode on to Guilford. The mou5e had caused him to yield to hisi infirmity of grumbling ; but the day was lair, and his annoyance diminished amazing ly, when, at somemiles from his destination, he found the wagon, which had left that town for Horsham with the fust light, stick ing fast in a deep rut. The horses had bro ken their traces and fled over the fields, pur sued by the wagoner and one of his passen gers;' while the rest, consisting of two Sus sex' farmers, a brewer, a butcher, and the master of a Portsmouth trader, stood in great trepidation regarding a noted gang of highwaymen, said to bs somewhere in the neighborhood. Our traveller cheered their hearts with the...

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. — 20 February 1854

the 'MMt SBvmWdWAl. 305 Mr. Flood's Account. The Committee of the Senate charged wltti the investigation of the account of the Clerk of that body for services during the past year, have made a Report which we understand acquits Mr. Flood of the suspi cion of having taken a greater amount ol compensation than tae law allows. We Imve not seen the report of the Committee, und defer an analysis of it, until the docu ment is before us. We are gratified that the Committee have found grounds sufficient in their judgment'to warrant them in making a report' which acquits the Clerk of legal bin me. It is admitted, we believe, and document on I y established, that the Clerk was paid fur services during the past year, the sum of tfl,57!i.41. It is further, we believe, matter of legiil notoriety, that the statute fixes the compensation of that functionary at 81 prr hm during the session of the Legislature, willi an allowance for the lime uctually oc cupied by him after the adjournment, in making...

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. — 20 February 1854

396: THE PERIl YSBURG ; JOTJIIN A!L. To the People of Ohio. Shall Slavery be Permitted in Nebraska? WASHINGTON, Jan. 19, 1854. jFellowCitizcns .'As Senators and Repre- scntatnec in tne congress oi tne unnea States, it is our duty to warn our, constitu cncies whenever imminent danger menaces Freedom of our institutions or the Perman ency of our Union. Such danger, as we firmly believe, now impends, and we earnestly solicit vour prompt attention to it. At the last session of Congress, a bill for the organization of the Territory of Nebraska passed the House of Representatives, with an overwhelming majority. That bill 'was based on the principle of excluding Slavery from the new Territory. It was not taken up for consideration in the Senate, and con sequently failed to become a law. At the present session, a new Nebraska bill has been reported by the Senate Com mittee on Territories, which, should it un happily receive the sanction of Congress, -will open all the unorganized territory ...

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. — 20 February 1854

THE PERRYSBURa ; JOURNAIi: 397 law ; nnd'where slave law exists, labor must necessarily bo degi ailed. Wo earnestly re.ques.t the enlightened con ductors of newspapers, printed in German and other foreign languages, to direct the .itunlion of their readers to this important matter. It is of immense consequence, also, to scru tinize the i.eographieul character of this pro ject. We begyou, fellow-citizens, to observe that it will sever ihe east iVom the west of ihe. United Slate.:, by a wide slave-holding hell of country, extending from the Gulf of Mexico to British North America. It is a hold scheme e.gaiust American liberty, wor thy of an accuniiliiihed architect. Texas is already slaveholding, and occupies the Gulf r.-giou'from the Sabine, to the II io Grande, mid from tli.: Gulf of Mexico to the lied riv--r. North of the lied river, and extending hetweeii Texas and Arkansas, to the parallel of od deg. li'j min., lies thi Indian territory, about equal in extent to the hitter slate,...

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. — 20 February 1854

598 THE TERKYSBURa JOURNAli: ' i John Mitchel--Slavery, &c. our - Bivarp that John Mitchel, ong of. Ihe fii -exiles who recently escaped from the British penal col ony to this country, his cbrhttiinced the pub lication of a paper in New York,' in connec tion with Mr. Meagher. Not lone since tho mter gentleman received a letter irom an old acauaintance in Ireland, named Haughton, in which the subject of negro aiavery m wis country was commented puu. in wus leuer our. juaugiuon usesiue following lansuase :. . . r ., J, '. ,, Is liberty less the right of the black man .1 .1 I. . inan oi me wnue man it it be so, prove it. lie consistent, then ; and, while you are in a land of slave drivers, sanction not their denial of civil and social rights to the colored people by your silence, ot you will become a participator in these wrongs. 1 To this Mr. Mitchel replies in his paper as follows : "But what right has ,this gentleman to expect that Thomas Francis Meagher, or the others whom he h...

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. — 20 February 1854

TUB FE11EYSBURG -JOURNAL. MISS ELVIRA DOWD would respectfully an nounce to tlie ladies of Perrysburg tliat she ha just established a Millinery and Dress-making Mho) in the rooms over Messrs. Powers's store. "Work done to order, in good style and on reasonable terms. ON THECASH PLANYVHOLESALE JUook mid Stationery House. Mason lino runs, 23 Turk How, opposite the Astor House, New York, offer one of the most extensive Stocks and Complete Assortments in the country Of Hooka and Stationery, for Cash only, 'l he amount of goods in our line purchased by the country merchants is usually quite small compared with their dry goods, hardware, and other bills ; and this very circumstance absolutely compels jobbers in die hook business, who sell on time, to get large profits in order to make up for the losses and extra expenses necossarily involved in a credit, business of email amounts. It is also easy for the merchant to ma!;" arrangements to buy his book bill for cash, though it might not be s...

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. — 20 February 1854

IIuYraii for the Family Provision ' ' Store ! T' H. McKNIGIIT respectfully announces to the citizens of Perrysburg that he has opened a full stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS in Clark's brick 'building, nest door to E. Graham & Co.'s, "w here may "be found a good assortment of Provis ions, Produce and Groceries. His motto is Small Profits and Quick Sales. Everything in his line will always be found, and at the lowest possible pri ces. ' By strict attention to business he respectfully solicits a liberal share of patronage. The following articles comprize part of his stock : Choice Young Hyson Teas at 3,' 1, o, G, 7 & 8s. per lb. Sugar ; Havana Si New Orleans Molasses ; Cider Vinegar, . . Nuts of all kinds, Rio Coffee, Candies , do Ground Coffee, Rice, Good assortm't Stoneware Crushed & Pulv. Sugars, Baking Powders, do Apices of all kinds, do Tubs, Tails, Brooms, Mops Si Bed-cords, Green Apples, Cigars & Tobaccos, Chocolate, Herrings, Fresh Cluster Raisins, Fresh But...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 27 February 1854

TiETBMTSBMG'WOURNAL. I I ''I I,", I f I i T N -;;( , rj BY S. CLARK. VOL. 1. "Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures." $1.50'In Advance. PERRYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OIIIO, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1854. NO. 51. Old Tine Country Life. The following graphic picture of farm life in the. good old days that have gone forever, is from the Albany Stale Register. It will !)? read with pleasure by in any a New Eng ender in far off lands, and he will go to bed and dream of the. pewter mug filled with cider, and the doughnuts, and the pippin apples, and the great old fire-place we have h loves novv, faugh and the apple parings and quillings, and ah, memory will go back, lint read : There are memories that comj clustering about these " boys," these " pippins,'' and " the orchard." Do you remember the old cider mill, friend Margins, and the old horse as he traveled round and round, moving with a slow and dignified tread, "hitched" to long lever that turned the wooden mill, that crushed the apples into pum...

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. — 27 February 1854

.... - THE .PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1854. , - i ..ZSrOn the whole we believe it docsn t make much difference. whether the Missouri comnromise be repealed or not. If rcnealcd.i'n it will be by the united vote, of the southern , , , . ,,, . members, and by the divided vote of thcnor-.(lo ihem members. If repealed, it will free the I north from all further delicacy or restraint1 : us to the "peculiar institution." But our-lu.Ld.fcl7T"f ' -ii j i . i houthern masters will doubtless still require us to catch and return their runaway slaves. And we. must not object for fear of agitating) )0. slavery question. There is nothing like i equal rights to set a people ahead in the 1 J; 11 i world. .Now, if many gentlemen, living in 1 he south, own 5, 10, 50, or 100 negroes, it; that we here in Ohio do not enjoy ' equal rights" at all if we cannot own an v. ! ' I,, , ! This is a free country, or should be that is, for white men, and rice versa for negroes. 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. — 27 February 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 403 Austria and Prussia. We fire not one of those, who credit the rumor that Austria nnd l'nipsia arc lo side with the western powers against the. Czar. They, no doubt, depreeute wur, anil above all, war in the heart of Europe. But their sympathies arc with Russia, and they will indirectly sustain j her in her movements against TurK-ey. Russbi does not require th"(n to take the,' lr-lil in her nelialt. lliey can mrteeu nest h".r by observing u strict neutrality. I th-ir geographical position, they pro- j her most yiilnerahlc frontier; with Aus-i' trhand Prussia- neutral, her western provin-j' .-s, which comprise the finest portion of! the empire, are inaccessible to an enemy ; i mid Russia is abundantly able to defend the points of her territory. It is ihe policy of Tsicholas to Keep theihe blie'mind in a perpetual state of uncr-j nil tiiinty in reference, to his own design and in rd-Tence to the designs ot his natural allies. Time is everything to him; and s...

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. — 27 February 1854

iOt THE PEHRYSBURG JOURNAL. The following story was taken by Mr. L. Smith and Mai. CarltOu, from the lips of the narrator herself, who is described as a young woman of prepossessing appearance, modest and unassuming in her manners and of a re markably strong mind. She has been taken charge of and assisted by Gov. Merriwether and other prominent and respectable persons of Santa Fe. The publication of her story lias created a deep teeling ot indignation in Santa Fc. A Narrative Of the sufferings of Mrs. Jane Adeline Wilson, during her captivity among the Camanche Indians. I was bom in Alton, Illinois, on the 12th day of June, 1837, and am, therefore, in the seventeenth year of my age. My father's name was William Smith ; my mother's maiden name was Jane Cox. I had five brothers and four sisters. I think it was in the year 1846 that we moved to Missouri and settled at a boat landing or ferry, called Jamestown, on the North Grand river. My father kept the ferry. About eight years ago we...

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. — 27 February 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 405 mid after three weeks of indescribable suffer ings found myself wandering solitary and destitute, in the midst of the wild prairies lny cup was filled to overflowing, but I re-j-olved to live in hope, if I died in despair. After remaining three days in the place where I first concealed myself from the In- i ' r. aj Miann, i Willi- iu a tunc au'JUk a nine uu- tant and built a liule house of bushes and! Here. I lived nine davs. Mv onlv, grass lood was the blackberries which grew on the bushes around. 1 quenched my thirst at a s pring near by. My wounds pained me ex ceedingly, and 1 wasted to a mere skeleton lor want oi proper nourishment. It rained" Tinou ini seven nights in succession, and my liule house was unable to protect me from!'"- the cold storm. More than once. I spent a sleepless night, perfectly drenched in rain ; t win e the wolves', sometimes coming within! , would rnak'i tin; woods, . . - t . t. i tuff x-i i hmr T v t rr 1 1 1 1 1 1 I Iimxi tm...

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. — 27 February 1854

400' THE PERRYSBU11G JOURNAL. From the Boston Journal. Instruction of Deaf-Mute Children. Mr. Slkepf.r the Hudson, oj UpOil the easterly bank of ipositc to Nevvburgh, (Wash-1 ington's Head Uuarters) lis one of the mostjtant romantic ami beautuul villages ot even i tia t region known as " the High-lands." It is not, however, my purpose to describe. a scene so familiar, doubtless, to most of,l0 your readers, but ratlier to can mcir auen- lion to a remarkable school lately opened in Fishkill, the village referred to, for the in struction of deaf-mute children of from, five years of age and upwards. , As is, perhaps, know n to you, such chil dren are not usually received at our large public institutions for the education of the deaf and dumb, until they are ten or twelve, or even older ; one practical result of which rule is that nine-tenths of the deaf-mutes remain from birth almost entirely uneducat ed, up to the time of their admission to one of these institutions, a fearful waste wh...

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. — 27 February 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.' ft M,'.VJ9.V . 407: Tho bill incorporating the Memphis, El I'aso and Pacific railroad company finally issed the House of the Texas legislature by u7 to 1. IN'iTjHiHirtf Iriccs darrein!. Wheat. , I. tii(, i,o : I'lnur s.(Mirf8..r)0; live, 0; Corn. :Vot."(i; ();irs :( (i :7 : Flaxseed H7tf'$1.00: Timothy, jJ..Mi(.v2.no: Clover jt-MiOffrl.iO ; Pota toes .'17 1" 1 1 ; Apples, trreen, rf jS 1. 00, dried, . 1 .2." t- l."0; I'.iT.m. !; I.2.V. l.aO ; Buffer l-fJf ; Eggs. H'it.l2: Beeswax, -':-'ti. -J't : Feathers, :il toil ; l'nsh pork. 1 t. M: Mess .!.. Sl'i.00 ti l'.0O: nine, ,; ) j,oo : lams wmu- M,.,iii.lcrrt to h : .Ml,', t.) .: lid., pi.-l.erel $,.: while bass ; f....;.o,.,;.c..: i.u.-'J -s. white wood r?l.o, pine , l,,.ur.iM. ; Stav.-s .l..ur barrel :..-itr,.,... tight b.irivj .... nlf -i.OO ; I lldi-S. UTi-Hi:!.! to 4. drv i toM Tallow S t ( )ni')ns "A'1 ; '!:' 's : V","a t.''l- ?: ...oI mo ,ts. 11. -t to 4.Jc. , 11. Smith's Uirrciiiii; Fluid, Tlie actual eo...

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. — 27 February 1854

408 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL! Hurrah for the Family Provision Store ! J II. McKMGHT respectfully announces to the citizens of Perrysburg that lie has opened a full stock of GROCERIES & PROVISION'S in Clark's brick building, next door to E. Graham & Co.'s, where may be found a good assortment of Provis ions, Produce and Groceries. His motto is Small Profits and Quick Sales. Everything in his line will always be found, and at the lowest -possible pri ces. By strict attention to business he respectfully solicits a liberal share of patronage. The following articles comprize part of his stock : Choice Young 1 fyson Teas at 4, 5, u 7 & 8 s. peril). Sugar ; Havana & New Orleans Molasses ; Cider Vinegar, IS'uts of all kinds, Rio Coffee, Candies do Ground Coffee, Rice, Good assorting Stoneware Crushed & Pulv. Sugars, Baking Powders. St. Croix do Spices of all kinds, New Orleans do Tubs, Pails, Brooms, Mould Candles, Mops & Bed-cords, Sterine do Green Apples, Star do Cig...

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. — 6 March 1854

THE PEREISBURGf JOURNAL. HY Si r CLARK. "Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures. $1.50 In Advakce. VOL. 1. PERItYSTJUIiG, WOOD COUNTY OHIO, MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1854. NO. 52. A Reminiscence of Rouen. in the. Miis d-s Atonum-nts rnncois, Hi Paris, there is a portrait ol singular in- lerest. It isol a young girl, whosa nv.ni-1 wears a soli, and dreamy beuiily.j which Ion;; haunts the memory of t .-; be-jtion holler.. l,pon h-r head is a martial cap with feather,', and m h-r hand a b!nld nd sword. It is Jo.ui ot Arc;, the xiyph-rd ; maid, whose memory, ior years assailed by; detraction and prejudice, ol race, now grows . i!iur astims develop h-r churacter an. I Seventy miles lrom Tans, in the city of ; .i.i i- lloueu, that ancient capital of Normandy.' within whosi' walls William the Conqueror1 plaved in childhood, is another memorial of indue dived. : tin maid (d- Orleans. A darkened !' the nro-ecting windowed house.-, leads from the : i uci pal f hoioiightare to a locali i v Wiiicu usiia fi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 6 March 1854

410 THE PERIiYSBURG JOURNAL. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. MONDAY, MARClT6,854. End of the Volume. With the present number the first year of the Perrysburg Journal is completed. We take the occasion to return our sincere thanks to the few personal and political friends who have constantly stood by and assisted us in nvery time of need. The experiment of pub lishing a second paper in this town has been successfully tried, and the . predictions of those who foretold a failure have not b?en verified. Although the paper has not been what we have wished to make it, and what with more patronage we could easily Lave made it, yet in some respects it will com pare favorably with any other country paper in this part of the state. With but five mer chants advertising by the year, and some six or eight other yearly advertisers, and not over ?00 subscribers, we have set up an average of 43,000 ems a week for our paper during the year. The Democrat, with double our patronage, has averaged but little over 2...

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. — 6 March 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 411 From Washington—The Nebraska Bill. Kxtroct of a letter from a senator, dated Feb. 19, 1851. 1 have reason to fear that the infamous bill of Douglas will pass, and thus consign all the central portion of this continent to sla very ; nibbing the five laborer of the north of his God-given birthright, or forcing him 1o lubor side, by side with the slave and share his degradation. And this is culled demo cratic ! .The bill will certainly puss the sen ate, as there is the whole south, with one xceplion, for it, nnd fourteen northern TCn eHiet Arnolds for it. Hut the lluse already b"!ins to tremble b.'fore ill- demonstrations of the outraged people of the north, and il n proper effort is made I think the bill may ! defeated in the house. Kx tract of a letter from a representative, d iled Feb. 231. 181)1. Everything in the shape nf legislation by congress is very uncertain, but 1 think how ever we shall be able to puss a liverfnid har bor bill, and then let the p...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 6 March 1854

412 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. The Martha Washington Case--Burton's Master Stroke. From Cincinnati we get the full particu lars of the arrest of Kissane, Cummings, Holland. Amasa Chapin. Lorenzo Chapin, and Ear he.' The whole affair was one of tlie most skillfully managed and promptly exe cuted police movements on record. Jt must lie borne in mind that these suspected men have all the money and influence necessary 10 keep in their service a crowd of despera does ready to do their bidding ; that spies are constantly on the track of Sidney C. Burton, burning to take his life at any cor ner ; and that the .officers of justice have licen watched, and their movement dogged hourly for months past. Now that the arrests are made, it may not he improper to slightly lift the. veil which to the public has latterly covered this matter from common observation. Sidney C. Bur 'on, as wrll as all lookers on, was deeply pained at the sudden termination of the Martha Washington trial; he had necessarily...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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