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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 12 May 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL Extra. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1855. think now that we shall reeurr.e the regular publication of the Journal next week. BUSINESS CARDS. VNKINO NOTICE, The Perrysburg Dank t . 1 . 1 a now open ana preparea ut uistuiun noon business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and East ern Hxnhvigts, and transact other business in their line. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. 11, 1854. 29tf WYsniNGT(N ""UNION INSURANCE Company; CafitaU&300,0OO. I). B. Dunham, Pres't. Gkoiiog M yoatt, Treas. IIkniiy II. Dodue, Agent for Wood county. CLEVELAND MUTUAL INSURANCE Company Capital $200,000. Risks taken on rea-sunabk- terms, in the above responsible companies, by 11. U. DODGE, Insurance Agent. ANUFACTURER of all styles of Carriages C. PERR1N, A TANUFACTURI lVJ. and Wagons, also, of Ball& Post's Cultivator, warranted to do double the amount of work of any ordinary cultivator. Shop on Frontstreet, opposite Spafford's Hotel, Perrysburg, O...

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. — 12 May 1855

A MAcfrtllCENT AND BeNEFICKNT ENTER PRISE. A-singular though highly useful in stitution is to be established the coming summer, under the auspices of the well known author and successful practitioilcr, Harmon K. Root, M. D. The institution is to be known by the name of the " World's Medical Congress," mid will unite under one roof the medical and surgical skill of the whole world. The New York Evening Mir ror, in commenting upon it, says: " Tim services of one or more scientific medical gentlemen from each of every na tion on the habitable globe are now being engaged, and the grand convocation will take place about the first of June. The location selected for this scientific JJsculapian as semblage is No. 512 Lroadway, contiguous to three of our largest and most popular ho tels St. Nicholas, Prescott, and Metropoli tan and the spot may be considered thfc most eligible and convenient that could have been selected in the city. Commodious and airy consultation rooms will be richly fitt...

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. — 12 May 1855

DR. JOHN BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. IliU mndldiic, wimu uwd according to direction!, will cure, without Ihil .crofn)A, nr Kiiii;' i;vi1, CiiiK-ors, Eruption of thn SKin. CrysipcLm Tuiiiiirx, Ctironlc Sore Kyes, It lug Worm vr Tclfirs, Pcnld Head, V:h"nin.it,iiii. I'.iins in the 1 So ties of Joints. OKI Nrcs ami Ulcers, Swelling of the il:itils. Syphilis. Dyspepsia. Salt lilieum, Ii.:n'i!Kif the K i'lney. Iiim'.-ihk nrisinii fron the (Iitntif MiT.,iry.lis:-i of Appetite, 1'ain in tbeSldeanil Fln.iililt-rs. (ii tn-ral 1'rMlity, l.umlmi). Couxbs, Colds, Dropsy. ,l.iui:di-, rstiyeni:sK. ISnmrliilis, Weakness of Client. Sore Throat. I'liTiuDiinry allictioiig,audall other 1isvhm;h tril ling to produce Cousuuiptiou, Liver Com plaint. Female, lrnyularitiHS and Complaints, Iivf Spirits. Hck and m-rvoug lli-nd-arhn, Niht Sweats, xposur K. or lniprud:ure in Life, Chronic Cou klitutional In.seases. and as a Spring and Siiuiiuer i'rink. ai, l Uum-rul Tonic for the fc.-tiin. ami a Oetitlu and I'leimant...

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. — 12 May 1855

New 1854. Store. TIIEsubscriberhavlngpurcha4edtheentlrestoek and taken the stand occupied by M. KEY, jr. and llOSS & KEY, respectfully solicits the patron age of the late firm and the public generally. Fur further particulars please call on the subscriber, at the old stand of Ross & Key, where you will find a GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, warranted to give satisfaction, and ottered lor sale on the most reasonable terms. jan23-4Gtf A.M. THOMPSON. Having disposed of my entire stock of goods to A. M. Thompson, I would cheerfully recommend Mr. T. to the patronage of my old customers and the public generally. Mausiiai.i, Ki;v,ju. Jan. 'p 1854. oo AHEAD OP TIIE TIJIUS! (VyV-At the. Sign of the liig Watch, tftttre SUMMIT STRKET, TOLEDO. HENRY T. COOK respectfully informs histen thousand personal friends, and thegood people of Toledo, Mautnee City, Perrysburg, and all the country round, that he hus opened the most, com plete and splendid stock ever offered in thecity, nnd is receivin...

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. — 19 May 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOUMALS VOL. III. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1855. NO. 1, Who is Col. Kinney? The telegraph for some weeks past has been busy in noting the acts and movements! of this man. He is now under 810,000 bonds for fitting out a hostile expedition from this country against Nicaragua. The Chicago Journal gives the public a sketch of his former career, that will perhaps be inter esting to our readers : JI. L. Kinney, (how he got the. title; of " Colonel " we do not know,) is in age. some where in the vicinity of fifty years ; in per sonal appearance, rather a tall, well made, though stooping form ; in manners, to u de gree more or less retiring particularly with strangers; in design, cunning, bold and am bitious, with no overstock of honesty in his composition in all, an adventurer upon the fortunes of the world. In early life, having left a Pennsylvania home under not very creditable circumstan ces, he became a citizen of this state, resid ing at Peru, where he was in...

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. — 19 May 1855

THE PERRY SB UR G JOURNAL. 13th of July People's State Convention. i L . n , To the Friends of Freedom in Ohio : At a meeting of the republican state cm tral committee, appointed by the utiti-Ne braska convention which assembled in Co lumbus on the 15th of July, 1854, it was resolved, in compliance with the public yoicerthata republican state convention, to be composed of delegates chosen by the. in dependent anti-Nebruska voters of Ohio, who participated m the glorious triumph ol last year, and such others as may sympa thize with them, be called, to meet in the :ity of Columbus, on Friday the 13th of July, looo, for the. purpose of nomiiiutin candidates for the following offices, to-wit Governor, lieutenant governor, auditor of f tale, treasurer of state, secretary ot state, attorney general, member of the board of public works, and two judges of the supreme court. In compliance with the usual rule of rep resentation adopted in state conventions, it was resolved that the ratio of r...

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. — 19 May 1855

TUP: PEPJtYSBUUG JOURNAL. 5 a supper and concert, minister was present. On Saturday their home. and the American majesties returned The Break on the Miami Canal. ' - The break on the Miami canal, one. and a half miles beyond its junction with the Wabash canal, Beems to b; even mora seri ous than was apprehended. : The aqueduct over Fiat Rock river or creek, was of wood, of fifty feet span, and rested on two abutments of stone, each thirty feet high. One of the abutments was undermined, and ths aqueduct fell in. We learn that there arj about fifty boats detained beyond the break, and perhaps seventy-live deprived entirely of through business, almost the only valuable business at this tinv The loss is gigantic. The. least possible loss :o the boating interest alon3 is five dollars jcr day to each boat. Some would place it is high as fifteen dollars. Tlu owners ol :orn or other heavy articles of transports ion are entirely cutoff, and the loss to bith hippers and consignees very great....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 19 May 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. The Journal Resumed. To-day, May 19th, 1855, the regular week ly issue of the Perrysburg Journal is resumed. The dimensions of the paper are somewhat curtailed of their former fair proportions, end do not ogree with the proposals of the prospectus. The reason foi this is brief. Instead of the 600 advance paying subscri ber, which was the condition upon which Oie sue and continuance of the paper was made to depend, the increase of our list does not exceed 100, not on fourth of whom hare paid in advance. The g'-neral and un expected apathy in regard to the continu ance of our paper here, has led us to re-commence its issue in the present diminutive size and shape, intending to improve its character and dimensions just as fast as its patronage will justify, and no faster. Any subscriber who does not wish to receive and pay for it for the year to come as it uppears to-day, will please to return it to the office, with his name on it, nnd it will be...

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. — 19 May 1855

THE PEIIRYSBURG JOURNAL. New Branch or Manufactukes.- -A company has established at Williamsburgh, near New York, the first plate glass manu factory ever commenced in America. It is provided with furnaces and appurtenances capable of making plates ten feet wide by twenty feet long, nd from one-fourth to two nnd a half inches thick. The material used is Bald to be of the best kind, and the singu lar fact is stated in connection with this new manufacture that the finest English plate glass U made from American sand. The quality of the glass produced at these new works at Williamsburgh may be under stood when it is declared that the finest print may be read through a piece four inches thick. The occasion of casting the first great plate ever cast in America was cele brated in the work shop of he establishment, by ppceches, music and a dinner, on Thurs day last. 0. S. Journal. Chasce for Contractors. The company of the Air Line railroad, or Northern Indi ana railroad, as both of these w...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 19 May 1855

0. TIIKT PERIIYSBUKG JOURNAL" W3 Iiraduur & Co. vs. John McCrory, Isaac Whilacoi ttil. C HE!lirrS SALE By virtue of an alies cxe O cution to my directed and delivered from the c urt i t' common plea of Wood county, Ohio, I v ill offer For sale at tho door of the court house in Perry jjburg, on Saturday, June Slid, 1855, between tio hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock P. M. of raid day, the following property : The west half of i'i3 north west fractional quarter of section No. ilvc (") in township Ho. three, of range No. eleven, (11) in Wood county, Ohio, containing 72 acres, taken as the property of Isaac Whilace at the suit of Bradtinr & Co. W. L. COOK, Sheriff. James Murray, Sol. May yj, 1855. Iw5$ 2.13 . William HU1 vs. "William LUke et at. Q HEKIFF'S .SALE.-rBy virtue of a writ of ex O edition to me ditoctsd and delivered, from the court , of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, in tho above clisc, I will offer for sale at tho door of tho court hou-io in Perrysburg, on...

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. — 19 May 1855

7 BUSINESS CARDS. BANKING NOTICE. TheTy6rj Bank it now open and prepared to discount short bunnes paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and East ern Exchange, and transact other business in their lino. Interest paid on time deposits. , J. S. NORTON, Cashir. (Id: 14. 135L2Ptf WASHINGTON UNION INSURANCE Company; Capital 300,000. D. B. Dunham, Fres't. Gkoiioe M yoatt, Treas. IJenut II. Donan, Agent for Wood county. CLEVELAND MUTUAL INSURANCE Company Capital $VO0.00U. Risks taken Mi rea onabls terms, in the above responsible oornjMinies. by , II. II. DODGE, Insurance .A gent. C. I'ERRIN MANUFACTURER of all st'vles of Carriages and Wagons, also, of Ball Si Post's Cultivator, warranted to do double the amount of work of any ordinary cultivator. Shop on Frontstreei, opposite Spafford's Hotel, Perrysburg. Ohio. 21 tf r. c. holt. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Miscellaneous, School, Theological, Gift Toy BOORS, Harper's and Putnam Monthlies, plain and fancy Stationery, Wrapping and Wall Taper, G...

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. — 19 May 1855

8 the pekrysburg; journal: "O EJIOV,, T-. BROWN' & II PNT Jiave remo J.V vc:l their Sluic and Tin Establisl iiut to their Ho-,,- .-'fore, opposite A. if. Thompson's, where, we arc ofTonnu' u veil fainted ns?orinient of ' CO O K, 11 A L L, 1'. OX Sf PA li I. OR S TO VES, in .'jrcrit varieties. Our Stoves ore of Allnny mon uf'icture, ami inferior to rone. 1'lnin nnd Japaned Tin Ware, fct'.ve 1'ipe and Stove Trimmings, .! V.'holesale and RvlaiL Job work and Repairing dono on short notice. Or d'j;T, f-abroad wiil meet with prompt attention. Jan. 1, lS.'f. BROWN k HUNT. .it TV.. JoHN BULL. V VI IV SOMETHING AND VALUABLE. The most j-ovicrf.il Kin? rn the face of the globe now :-1,"tis supreme in iiio American liepublie. Tho power of ilii! cri ,neJ hcai'sef Europe sink luio lusi;nilicaace v, be;-. U'ii.;;:ri!il to v.ir American Kin.?. l.ur ('iui Uin,!;s 0).phy the power vested in them to J.T:i::i .i.ij-iaics .1 tho rich and lordly, and to roduee to t:-ii.;-r nii.-vr.v ml degradation, t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 26 May 1855

THE 'PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. vol. nr. PERUYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 2(i5TBi5. 2ntO. 2. Wind and Sea. Tim era is a jovial comrade, Ho liHtli wherever lie fjoos; Tin merriment ."hines in tlic dimpling linen Tlmt wrinkle hi repose: lie lays hirn.ic If flown nt t lie feet of tlu; nun, And shakes nil over with frh-e. And tin; lii'o;i(l-l)ii(Ufil billows fall faint on the shore, In the mirth of the mighty sen ! Hut the wind in sad and restless. Ami cursed with an inward ain ; You may hark as you will, by valley or rill, Dtit you hear him nlill complain. He vail on the barren mountains, And shrieks on the wintry kci ; lie sob. in the red. tr and moans in the pine, And shudders all over the aneu tree. AVeh'ome are both their voices. And I know not which U best The laughter that .slips from the ocean's lips, Or the comfortless wind's unrest. There's a pan.? in till rejoicing, A joy in the heart of pain, And'thc wind that saddens, the se.l that gladden, - strain. I j [Putnam's Magazine. Kelley'...

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. — 26 May 1855

JIG THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Bet—Batter—Best. Que summer evening, last year, we. were cosily seated in one of those urm chairs at Ulie Clinton Hotel, smoking one of the pro prietor's bast segars, conversing with tri.-iid JP , of Long Island, when he asked us vwbether we ever heard of a bet that was tde by two young gentlemen who were! -seated on a former occasion in about the ;saine place which we then occupied. No," we replied ; " what was the bet?" " There was two young fellows made a fbet, and just then Mr. Hodges, who kept the hotel at that time, was coming clown Bjekman street, one of them said " Mr. Hodges, we have just made a bet, 'which we will leave to your decision. The fbet amounts to only two bottles of chain jpaign, which we will drink to day at din mer, provided you will charge it to which- ever you shall decide has lost, and you must join us in drinking the wine." " I am agreed," replied Hodges. "You understand the rnanug'-ment, dis tinctly, do you ?" " Yes yes. I am t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 26 May 1855

THE PEURYSBUItO JOURNAL. African explorations have been peculiarly! . .1 . . A I .1. 1 ' fatal to the enterprising travelers who have undertaken them, and hence it Mas been gen erally believed that the climate of Africa must inevitably be fatal to European con stitutions. Soma doubt is thrown over this by a voyage up the Niger, from which the steamer Pleiade has just returned to England, without having lost a single man, white or j black. She steamed up the Niger delta in; the beginning of July, ascended the river Chadda two hundred and fifty miles above; previous explorers, Allen and Oldfield, j and reached to within fifty miles of the con-! fluence of the Faro and Benaeh. This ex , pedilion has proved that the Chadda and . Benaeh are the same stream, which is navi- j guble up to Yola, the. capital of Adamana. The party included sixty persons, and the I expedition was in the river one hundred and eighteen days, twice as long as the ex pedition of 1812. which ended in so fearful a l...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 26 May 1855

12 THE PttRHYSmjItG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. Next Election. : As t!i "southern sun" pushes his diurn al track further mid further north, the poli ticians feci tin; "i.rKnt" infection gallop ing through their arteries and veins, and be gin to UKivt! upon the sometime inert mass of "our fellow citizens'' preparatory to " the fall campaign." Numerous names are suggested in tin; papers for prominent places upon the republican ticket, and a call fur a state convention to nominate suitable can d iila tes for tha various slate offices, lias been issued and generally published The peo plc must again put themselves in motion to right public wrongs, and do it by electing good men and true to act as their agents in places-of public trust and power. 'List week we published tho call of the republican stale central committee, for a state convention to be held on the 13th of July. This matter should be borne in mind, und a call issued in good season for a countv convention, to select two delegates...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 26 May 1855

PERIIYSBURG JOURNAL. :6 Tk. s.--Al steady stream of emigration has iKcn pouring into Texan from tliM fl ttlf stales of tho S mill, for the last two years, ,v,,, i.f oiviit value in dovelon-i in" the resources of i is wide expanse of ter- ritory. At Linwood, on the Neches river, Texas," Hi -re is abridge which tic? hulk of Ihij emigration passes" over, and though the toll taker keeps no record of the persons, he does of the. wanns, and these, form a pretty 'ood criterion for iudgmnt. Daring, the in mth of December of the year 1851, no less (ban 55rJ emigrant wagons passed over this bridge, bound west ; while in January, 1S55, the number was 700. It is thought that, from the b -ginning of I);cember to the end of April, the average will 1)5 CiOO wagons per month, and five persons to eacli wagon, making in ull 3,000 wagons and 15,000 emi grants. Senator Rusk i; said to estimate ilie emigration to Texas this season at 100, 000, and the Gonzales Enquirer thinks this amount accurate. IU. S...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 26 May 1855

14 'PUtt H1?Tl)VOUTTPfl TnTTTJTVTAT J.IAJU X JLilVXVJL OJJUAtVjr O J U XXVi X JU. KI2W GOODS! KF.XV GOODS!! flMlE subscribers nre now receiving, direct from -i. t!,e Eastern Cities, their stock of Spring mid Summer floods, to which they invite the attention of then' friends mul customers. Their stock will bo found the must complete of any, and ow ing to the low prices of goods this spring, they nre ena bled to sell at reduced prices. May 1.5, 1855. F. U. MILLER & CO.. Siiecesst rsto E. 1). IVck fe Co. STAPLE GOODS. Sheetings, Shirtings, Blea ched Muslins, Dcmins, Stripes, Tickings, Prints, Ginghams, mid a great variety of siuniiur Goods, by being bought dj eet from the manufacturers, can and will be s.'dd cheap, by F. R. MILLER & CO. B ERA (J ES. Tissues, Chaliies. Satins.Silks. White Goods, Lawns, Laces. Ediinirs. Mulls, nt F. K. MILLER & CO. RAPE mid Summer Shawls, Silk Visettcs ; a!s. Struw Goods f ir everybody, at F. R.'MILLEU Si CO. c BOOTS Si SHOES in every variety...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 26 May 1855

15 BUSINESS CARDS. BANKING N 1 1 T 1 C 13 - - T li e Vr r y 6 m r linnk is now open and prepared to discount short business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and East ern Exchange, and transact other business in tlieir line- Interest paid on time deposit. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. 14, lS54.--2!ltf WASHIN(VT()N UNION INSURANCE Company ; Capital 300,000. I), ii. Dunham, Prest. (Jr.oma: M voatt, Treas. IIknky 11. Doihjk, Agent for Wood county. CLEVELAND MUTUAL INSURANCE Company Capital $-0(1,000. Kir-ks taken on rea sonable terms, in tlic above resjionsible companies, hy II. II. DODGE, Insurance Agent. MAN U FACT I' K EU of all styles of Carriages and Wagons. alss of Ball & Post's Cultivator, warranted to do double the amount of work of anj ordinary cultivator. Shop on Front street, opposite SpafTord's Hotel. Perrysburg. Ohio. 21 tf r. G. HOLT, Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in Miscellaneous, School, Theological, Gift ' Toy ROOKS, Harper's and Putnam Monthlies, plain and fancy Stati...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 26 May 1855

( THE PERUYSBITUG JOURNAL: iEMOVAL. nil OWN & III'NTliavp remo ved their Store and Tin E.-tritiislanmt in their New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we arc offering a well selected assortment t( COOK, lIAU.,BOX&c J'AULOll XTOW'S. in great varieties. Our Stoves are Albany uian-' ut'neture, and inferior to r.nne. Plain and Jnrnned. Tin Ware, Stove TMfie and Stove Triminirgs, At Wholesnte and llctait. Job work and Jlcpairing done on shoit notice. Or-' ders from abroad will meet with prompt attoiitieu. Jan. 1, lKf)f,. BltOWN & HI NT. DR. JOHN BULL. SOMETHING NEW AND VALUABLE. The most powerful King on the fice of the globe now fl,;ns fiu limine in the American Republic. The power of 'be rrowued heads of Kurope sink into insignificance when compared to our American King. Lurope.ui kiniis employ the power vested in them to increase the riches of the rich and lordly, and to reduce to greater misery and degradation, the poor and depend ent. Our American King goes forth wi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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