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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 February 1855

THE PERRfSBURG JOURNAL. A Republican Newspaper -Successor to the "Fort Meigs Reveille,55 and "Perrystmrg Star.'5 VOL. 2. FERRYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1855. NO. 48. From the Knickerbocker. Astronomical Lectures. A right rave wag is John Phoenix, who lectures on astronomy, through the pages of " The Pioneer" magazine, of San Francisco. In proof of which, please take your eye" and ' throw it over" the following: " The Sun. This glorious orb may be seal almost any clear day, by looking in tently in its direction, through a piece of Hiiolud gla.is. Through this medium it ap pears about the size of a large orange, and of much the same color. It is, however what Lrgor, b'ing in sosne- fact eiiiht hundred and t iiiluv-scven thousand miles in diameter, ' 1 - , - . . t . r I containing a volume ot matter equal to lour teeu Jiundivd thousand globes of the size of the earth, which is certainly a matter of no final! importance, lhrouc.li the telescope 11 r i . i i . r j ...

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. — 24 February 1855

PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1855. (X3 Again we have the convenience of a daily mail, except on Sunday. The mail from Fremont to Toledo passes through here and back three times a week, and on the al ternate days a mail is sent over to Maumee, where a connection is formed with the line vp and down the river on that side. We see no reason why the Fremont line should go further than Maumee; there is certainly nobody accommodated by it between Mau mee and Toledo. Sr-The March number of Arthur's Maga zine has arrived, and is an excellent one. It is full of embellishments and choice read ing, and is decidedly the cheapest and best monthly devoted to light literature that we know of. . 23-The 2d and 3d numbers of the Kanzas Tribune, published at Lawrence, K. T., by the Messrs. Speer, at $2 a year, have reached us. The paper is large, handsome, and well filled. Our friend John Speer, at the head of the paper, is a most inveterate abolitionist, and we look for "scrimmages" betw...

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. — 24 February 1855

THE PERItYSBURG JOURNAL. 379 General Cass. Wo disliln personalities we may say wo halo l hem, especially when indulged in to the. exclusion of argument. We dislike controversy tinless for th mainten ance, of great principles or in defence of un doubted right. Kut notwithstanding this, we cannot resist thu temptation to copy the following description of General Cass, which w" fin I embod'ud in a letter from one of thr Washington correspondents of the N. Y. Tribune; we cannot resist, because there is so much truth mixed up with the cutting sarcasm of the writer. In short, it is one of the b'st. descriptions of the General which we have, ever seen, drawn in bold lines it is mi, ill most amounting to caricature ; yet the likmi-ss is perfect, und could only have been sketched by an appreciative g'-nius. In politics, ill.-. General is a Vicar of Kray a doughface a " senatorial squatter," whose pre-emption may be questioned on his own hhowing. lit t to the letter of the Tribune's coir 'Spo...

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. — 24 February 1855

38fJ Affairs in Tuscany. Leghorn, Jan. 5, 1855. This city is once more restored to the enjoyment of civil tights. The Austrian garrison departed on the 2d instant, and the humiliating state of 11 i - siege, wnicn nas continued ever since Hie troubles of 1849, was terminated on the same day by a decree of the Grand Duke of Tus cany. Leghorn is, therefore, no longer under toreign military surveillance. The decree, which removes the paralyzing incubus, how ever, imposes some severe restrictions on the freedom of the people as a precaution against . : TVT r ! 1 i insurrection, rto iamuy or individual can hold any kind of arms or weapons ; the press has no freedom; voluntary assemblies are forbidden, and all social institutions and movements are subject to the strictest espio nage. These restrictions are nevertheless more tolerable than the domination of an insolent foreign legion, and the population experiences a sense of relief. Austria has withdrawn all her troops from Tuscany, (say f...

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. — 24 February 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL' near 7 o'clock in the evening, giving the whole population of the city an opportunity to 5fe the. great wonder they hud so long been fxpecting. About du rk t ho train started from Panama for Aspinwall, and reached this oily ut tnidniglit. "The next morning, Monday, January 29 th, the fitst regular train left A"pinvaH for Panama, and on Tuesday, the 30th. the first corr.piiny of passengers from tin; United Stales for California left Aspinwall for Pan uiiiH, in the cars, tog') over the whole transit, bv steam," Foreign News. 15y th" arrival of the Asia news to the. 2d inst. is received from Liverpool. The polit ieal news is of a highly important charac ter. The resignation of Lord John IliHse.ll was followed by that of the. entire Aberdeen ministry, and up to the latest news no n.w cabinet had been formed. Lord Derby bad been invited by II. r Maj-sty to form a new ministry, but his efforts were unsuccessful. The resignation of the British ministry tools place o...

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. — 24 February 1855

3S2 The river between Detroit and Canada is frozen over, and a vast amount of crossing ju the ice is daily going on. An enterpris ing genius has erected a shanty, about half wuy acros?, where he. has opened up an as sortment of spirits for t lis cold and weary travelers. OCIIOOl. UXASIINmiS. The Hoard will O meet nt the court houje in Perrysburg, nt ) o'clock A. on the second Tuesday of every mouth, for the examination of Teachers, until fur ther notice. J. II. NKWTON, Clerk. Feb. 21, 1355.--iStf Ijl AKM WANTK1. Any person having a small i ' well imoroved farm of'bO to 80 acres' for sale! cheap, will probably hear of a purchaser by impa ling at this office. 47 The Great Distribut ion Postponed. rTMIK Cosmopolitan Aht Association announce 1 a brief postponement of the distribution, from the 30th of January to the '28th of February, at which time it will positively take i-lacii. The managers find it necessary to make the above change, owing to the d Any in completing this build ing of...

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. — 24 February 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.; 383 I C. HOLT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Miscellaneous, School, Theological, Gift J Toy BOOKS, Harper's and Putnam'. Monthlies, plain and fancy Stationery, Wrapping aud Wull Paper, Gold Pens, &e.,&c, Mii'imrp f'itv, Ohio. . DR. JOHN BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, TM niedline. when used awarding to direction, 1.1 urr, without fill ; rVrofula, or Kind's Kvil, Cnncurx, Krnptiona. of tlii r-kin. Krysipelis Tumors, Chronic iioro Kyos, RliiS Worm or TetUtri. Scald Head. rtti"uinntini. i'ains In tHo liones or Joints, old fores nnd Ulcers, Swelling of the (Hands. Syphilis, Dyspepsia, Salt Hhnunj. tHM-am-suf the Kidney. Mi-unns urlslni? Iron tho n of .Mrrrury.lx.-M uf Appetite, l'aiu In th fcldeau-1 boulders. (Jeuer! Ifpl.iluv. I.uuiKito. Coughs, Colds, Ltoji.j, .Kui;diee. (osti venous. I'ronrhltib, W eakness of Ct.-t. Morv Throat. I'ul. nonary ai'.iirtioi.e, and all othr i' ,i.-i s tti j"niy to produce Cnumption, Liver Ccm p'.sirts. Vernal In ivutaritii. and Coni...

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. — 24 February 1855

3 84 THE PEIUtYSBURG JOURNAL. BUSINESS CARDS. F Oil LEASE For a term of years, a number of tract of land, lying upon the M. & W. K. road. Apply to M. KEY, Jr. WANTED An experienced potash boiler, to whom constant employment will be given for several months. " M. KEY, Jr. 71 3 R SALE on KENT A good dwelling house in this place. Apply to M. KEY, Jr. BA.VKIXG NOVICE. ThePcrrysbitrg Bank is now open and prepared to discount short bminass paper, buy and sell Gold. Silver, and East era lvtehvugj, and t.uimct othsr business in their lin . Intor jjt paid 0:1 time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Ofit. 14, 1851.20tf S. JEFFERSON, Attorney at Law, Solieitorin Chancery, Land Agent, &o. &c. Oliice in the court house, Perrysburg, O. AXIiFACTUREK of all styles of Carriages C. PERU IN, i FAN U FACTU Hi', LI IVI an,i ff,i''o;n. also, of l)all& l'ost'3 Cultivator, warranted to do double the amount of work of any o-dbury cultivator. Shop 0:1 Front street, opposite Sp-iffjrd's Hotel, P...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 March 1855

THE PERRYSBUM JOURNAL A Republican NewspaperSuccessor to the "Fort Meigs Reveille and Perrysburg Star,55 VOL. 2. PERRYSIjUKG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MA.IICII 3; 1855. NO. 49. Mud Gr.VKKii near Foht Yuma. An offi cer of the army, ut one time stationed at Fort Yuma, described in "onr presence a wonderful spring or Geyser of hot mud, about s-ix'y miles south of Fort Yutna. The spring, is situated onanist plain, which extends cigh'y miles south from the Gila riv er. 'I'll'.' siiil of thojdain is of a dry mud, which was apparently at one time the. bed of u luke or sea. The landscape is of the most dreary, barren, and monotonous character. The (ieyscr covers 15 or 20 acres. About the edges th'jn.! is a warm, soft mud, with poids of warm water here and there. In the c-Miter the mud bubbles like boiling Indian pudding, and a great quantity of steam U constantly lising, and is visible at a great distance. The mud and muddy water is frequently thrown more than a hundred and fifty feet h...

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. — 3 March 1855

S8G THE PERItYSBURG JOURNAL. t PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCH, 3, 1855. JS&-ThQ circular of the New York Emi grant Society, in this paper, is worthy the immediate attention of the benevolent, and those who wish to secure cheap " help" du ring the coming season. If anything is to be done in the matter here, there is no time to be lost, as will be seen by the circular. Considerable corn is now coming to Perrysburg market, and the money that the farmers are receiving for it is relieving the hard times which heavy taxes produced or aggravated. The large corn crop of Wood county the past season was very lucky for our people, and while the wheat crop was a total failure this is doing much good in sup plying its place to some extent as food, and putting comfortable sums of money in the farmers' pockets just when most needed to square up balances and prepare for the busi ness of the current year. While .com can !). snlfl hprA nf ISO cpnte npr VimcViaI if is nor. - - - - -- - - "i.u...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 March 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 387 Emigrant Society Rooms, 13 Astor Place, New York, Feb 9, 1855. I To the Editor of the Perrysburg Journal : j Sin: Agreeably with a resolution adopted i tt inoeting of the Board of Managers of' the American and Foreign Emigrant Pro5ec-j live and Employment Society, held on Mon-' day the 5th inst., Peter Cooper, Esq., Presi-! dfi'it of the Society, in the chair, the under-j sioned respectfully request that, through the; medium of your columns, you will recom-the m-nd to such citizens in jour locality as! may desire to secure the services of the wor-! thy portion of the unemployed poor of the1 city of New York the convening at as early j period is possible, a 'public meeting for ! nuriio-e. of ascertaining specifically the I wants of the neighborhood as to labor, and j the nppomtment of a corresponding agent , wlio shrill send to the society orders, accom- p.nied by accurate descriptions of the per-j wanted, the name and residence of the unploycr. th, nature...

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. — 3 March 1855

388 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Hunting the Tapir. No one who has turned over the pages of a picture book ot mammalia, will be likely to forget the odd-looking animal known as the tapir. Its long proboscis-like snout, its stiff-maned neck, and clumsy hog-like bod)', render the tout-ensemble of this creature so peculiar, that there is no mistaking it for any other animal. A minute description of it may be avoided, but a lew ot its charac teristics may be interesting to the reader. When lull grown, the tapir, or anta, as it is sometimes called, is six feet in length by nearly four in height its weight being nearly equal to that of a small bullock. Its teeth resemble those of a horse ;' but, instead of hoofs, its feet are toed the fore ones having four toes, while the hind feet have have only three each. The eyes are small and lateral, while the ears are large and pointed. The skin is thick, somewhat like the hippopotamus, with a very thin scatter ing of silky hairs over it; but along 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. — 3 March 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 369 going on at the bottom turbid water came up 10 th surface and then, up came the dark head of the savoge chit f. . " Ugh!" cried hi", us he shook the water from his thick tresses, and beckoned me to assist him" Ugh ! S.-nhor Martinhez, you can eat roast tapir for dinner. Si bucno here tapir." I pulled him into the. boat, and afterwards assisted to haul up the huge, body .,1 thti frluin taidr. As was now seen, both Mir s-hols had taken effect ; but it vrii? the i .1 r-tit in pt i i;it had broken I no creaiures i -il, and the generous savagu acknowledged ihat lie would have Had but nine cnance oi vertaking the game iiulr water, had it not b.'en previously crippled. The hunt of the day proved a very ruccess f .l mm Two more taniis were killed: sev eral cHpivaras ; ami a paea which i ? an animal much prized by the Indians fir its fl -sh as welt as the teeth, used by thni i'.) miking their blow-guns. We also obMiiK'd a pair of the small peccaries, several ma ra...

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. — 3 March 1855

390 THE TERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Severe ..Wintrb. According to the al manac days for next month, the 6now and cold weather will continue through a good share of March; and if it docs, it may be marked down as the severest winter since 1812. That spring the snow held on until April. Many of the farmers in this vicini ty complain that their hay-mows are getting low, whereas, for a common western winter they would have had an abundant supply. But " there's no great loss without some small gain," is an old and true saying. While the tanner is pinched for hay, &c, the snow is sleighing,0 givinK him abundance of time get up wood, and haul in logs to the saw struciion of a barn or house next summer. And. if he has both of Hiprp. nprhnn hp max .... , c.,-,,-.-, u if 1 .1 li want some new board fence or the old ones need patching up. A few thousand feet of good oak lumber he will find useful during the year, for many thinss which he at nres cut may not recollect. Such things the far mer shoul...

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. — 3 March 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 391 DR. JOHN BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. liiio nimiMne. wtK'n un?J according to direction, will earn, nithout tail: -rofula. ' or Kin r.vii, Gincvrs, Kruption ; or tu fkin. i-.rmpvi-ui Tumor, Chronic tfore K.ye, V.nt Worm or T-ttrx. Praia Head, 1:h-iiiii itism. I'ains in the lioneg or Joint, old Sr' and t'lrers, Swelling of tin- lilnijs. Syphilis. Dvpi'psU. talt Kheum. Mmvui f tb Kiiliii-ys, ItisiNUM' ariin fron the um-of .lfri-ury.l)sof Api-tlt. I'aiu in theSideand f hnuld'Tii. UfOrral Ivlility. l.unihao. Coughs, Colds, lrnpy. .lni:.li'--. (Wtivi-iip. itrnnrhltln, WeakneM of Cht. N.n- Threat. I'ulninnary uttllctioiis, and all other iMwaxn it-mtiiis: t prixlu'-vOmnumption, Uver Com pi lintk. ! -111.1 If Insularities and Complaints, Low spirit. H.-k ami nervous lli-J-aihe, Niidit Sweat, r p .sur. K. fr Imprudence in Life, CUmnin Con rtitiiiiiiii.'tl DiK'tiw. and as a Spring and tuuiiii.-r Iiriiik. ninl (lentTal Tonic fur thJ yrtun. and a tirntln and I'leasant I'uri.M...

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. — 3 March 1855

392 THE PERIiY&BURG JOURNAL. BUSINESS CARDS. TV) It LEASE For a term of years, a number of tract! of land, ly'in;' upon tha M. Si W. II. road. M. iv K i , J r. 1 Apply to WANTED An experienced potash boiler, to whom constant employment will he given for several months. M. KEY, Jr. 171 )R SALE on IV'.S T V good dwelling house L in this plico. Apply to M. KKY.Jr. B.VVKI V SO VI C 13. The Perri.thnrg Jlnnk is mw opj;i a:i 1 prepared to discount, short h niiioss papr, b.iy and sell Gold, Silver, and East ern EtJh I'lg and tr.iniict oth ;r business in their lin I:it;rj ft paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oot. It, IS.jI. 29tf S. JEFFERSON, Attorney at Law, Solieitorin Chancjry, Land Agent, Sat. &c. OUiee inthscourt house, Perrysburg, O. a perrTn, AT ANUFAOTUIiER of all styles of Carriages IYA and ff,y;tin, also, of B ill & Post's Cultivator, warranted to do double the amount of work of any oriin iry cultivator. Siiop on Front street, opposite Spft".)rd"s Hotel, Pe...

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. — 10 March 1855

Tl IE TERR YSBHil T .101 :RN AL A Republican Newspaper- Successor to the "Fort Meigs Reveille5 and " Perrysburg "Star? VOL. PERRYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1855. NO. 50. Mated at Last; OR, A HOLD STKOKE F0U A HUSBAND. Miss Penelope Penrose sat in her com fortable sitting-room, with her feet upon the fender. Kvery thing about her looked neat and cheerful, la one comer of the room stood u pinno, but it was shut, and had been all day ; Penelope had no disposition to play. Why should t.he 1 There was no one to play to. If, now, fhe had a husband It was upon this very point that Miss Penelope was meditating. j The. fnct was, Penelope Penrose wanted but! six months of b-ing thirty, and thus far no1 one had made her a proposal. j It was rather singular it should be so. , Penelope was rather good looking, had re ceived an excellent education, was skilled in. music, had a good temper, and I verily ! lieve would have made, a husband happy. ) But such things can't be account...

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. — 10 March 1855

PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1855. Publisher's Notice. At the close of volume 2, of the Perrya burg Journal, on the 24th of March, 1855, the advance svstem of payment for all sub scriptions will be adopted, and the shape of the paper cnangeu to tne common tolio. The present quarto form involves entirely too much care and labor for the patronage en jnyed or expected. We have a large press, ind shall make the paper as large as we can upon it, so that both the outside and inside forms of type may be placed upon it and printed at one impression the sheet raised and turned over and another impression ta ken, then torn in two two newspapers will have been printed at two impressions instead of the four commonly required. The four pages of the paper will contain 5 columns each, 17 inches in length. The paper will be small and cheap large enough to contain a great deal of news, if well filled. There are but few here who advertise, and but lit tie room is needed for that purpose. W...

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. — 10 March 1855

TIIE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 395 Sag Nichts—The Administration in the Field—Emissaries Abroad—Rich Developements! opmenw: We find la thJ Cleveland Leader, of the 2d wist., a remarkable article. The G. W. - , r.ui oi i ne uw wpreseniauvesoi jiiio. ii.. a mcu.utu paper m uc ; in, WU...J .... . t.i.u. aov ion, wii' ii iik "us nruviuf.u wiuiu cicrKMiip ai Washington, lh is a very proper person to hi sent to Ohio for the purpose of organiz ing secret political societies among the for in population, and their special patrons. The accident by which he full into the hands of th-.j polio: and the mayor of Mansfield, will not surprise his acquaintances in the li-iiSt. This exposure is a fine commentary on the ( peciul dreai! and hate of s cret political so- rnti-s winch now uctuate the locofocu party I !h country. The editors and orators of -enough lt"-!- tan u.i.c uy uil vi.nl. and ta.k by the ho.K against the Know .Viwnng, but tlw public wid value this ilis-l,y p.uy at pre i iscly its worth whe...

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. — 10 March 1855

396 ..iTHE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. The extract below i3 a schorchcr, consid ering that it comes from a paper that sup ported the election of Gen. Pierce. We Lave changed the word Wisconsin to Iowa in the article, which seems to have been a flip of the pen. The sense did not seem to slip the writer at all. The Mission to Spain. Mr. Breckenridge having declined to take Mr. Soule's place at the Spanish court, the President has been enabled to fufil a corrupt contract made in his name by the Washing ton Union before the passage of the Nebras ka bill. That print, it will be remembered, promised, that if in consequence of support ing that measure any member of congress should fall under the displeasure of his con stituents, the administration would provide for him. In other words, if he would prove unfaithful to his constituents, the President stood ready to reward him with an office. Augustus Caesar Dodge, of Iowa, a mem ber of the United States senate, performed the service, and yesterday r...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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