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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 June 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. VOL. III. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1855. NO. 3. Better Days will Dawn. BY KIT CARLYLE. " Mary, I'm discouraged." " Nay, do not talk so, James." " Yes, I'm discouraged. I've tried and tried to get ahead and have a few dollars laid by, but to no purpose; and here I am, just re covering from a fever, completely prostrated in health, and out of money and business, too. . Here is a cold winter coming on, rent coming due, fuel and provisions to be pro cured, with clothing lor our cnuciren, 10 &ay nothing of ourselves, to be bought, and where is it all to come from ?" Mrs. Lane made no reply, but continued closely applying herself to her sewing. In fact she was perplexed to see how they were to get along. For a moment she gave way to despondency, but soon recovered her usu al cheerfulness and buoyancy of spirits, and like a brave .hearted woman, concluded to put the best foot forward,-and calmly meet the worst. " It's of no use being discouraged," tho...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 June 1855

18 THE PEMIYSBURG JOURNAL. From the Toledo Blade. Mackinac. This island is becoming quite a fashiona ble place of resort during the summer months. An acquaintance with the place may enable us to give some information con cerning it, that may prove acceptable to those intending to visit it. Mackinac is about 350 miles north of Detroit, in the Straits of Mackinac, 20 miles from Lake Huron, and 90 miles south-west from Saut Ste Marie. Cheboygan lies on the shore of the main land, 14 miles south and east from Macki nac. Cheboygan derived its name from a celebrated Indian chief, whose tribe inhabited that region some years ago. This place con tains two steam saw mills, three stores, &c. A thriving lumber place. There is a pier at Duncan, or east Cheboygan, where steam ers stop to take on wood and coal. Tiiere is a land office situated there, where a large amount of that excellent pine country has been entered within the last year. A light house is erected a few miles east of Dancan, ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 June 1855

THE PERRYS13UHG JOURNAL 19 The Baltic arrived on Friday evening last, bringing intelligence from Europe to the 8th inst. At Sevastopol the bombardment had ceased,, the ammunition of the allies being exhausted. But attacks on the Russian out works and sorties from the garrison still continued with quite as desperate fighting os ever. In a very sharp engagement the. French had taken a Russian earthwork, with a number. of light moitars and some two hundred Russian prisoners ; but it is admit ted on all hands that the allies have gained no serious advantage and that the siege must presently be abandoned. Of late the great fort on the north side of the harbor has ta ken some part in the operations. Its guns are found to carry quite over the town and to reach the allied intrenchments, proving beyond a doubt that if by chance the place were taken it could not be held. How the allies are to withdraw from the difficulty in which they are placed is now the question ; but a short time must set...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 June 1855

20 Editorial Page. JiSr " Long John " will appear next week. The Virginia election has gone demo cratic by a large majority. This is quite unexpected, as the K. N.'s boasted largely beforehand, of having a clear majority of the votes of the slate, in their ranks. Such a result following such predictions, will throw doubt on all future bragging of the kind. How to stop a Runaway. On Tuesday evening, as a couple of young men were coming down Front street in a buggy, the mare being a spirited animal, broke one of the lines and ran on the sidewalk, and the other line was broken in the effort stop her. She then started off at a rapid pace, with every prospect of a runaway. But one of the young men, Mr. Ara Spafford, seizing hold of the harness, jumped over the dash board and upon her back, and taking the bridle stopped her, at the corner of Louisiana Avenue, just as she had got under full head way. It was well done. A Washington correspondent of the Buffalo Republic writes that the presi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 June 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 21 The N. Y. Herald says" The whole num ber of the votes of the electoral colleges is 296. Of these the fifteen southern states have 120, and the sixteen northern states 176 northern majority 56. Thus, upon an ab solute sectional issue, the 60uth is at the mercy of the north. But the vote of the single state of New York is sufficient to turn thescale. A majority of the electoral col leges required to elect the President is 149. Add the vote of New Yorlr, 35, to the vote of the fifteen southern states, 120, and it gives us 155, or six votes more than the re quired majority. This strikingly exhibits the importance of the Empire state in any presi dential contest of a sectional character. With New York standing by the south,: state rights, the Union and the constitution,! the re3t of the northern states, in a solid borly, including even Pennsylvania, may goj for the anti-slavery coalition, ana tney win still ha defeated. "Now, we venture to say, from the ascer t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 June 1855

22 THE PERIIYSBURG JOURNAL. NEW goods; NEW GOODS! I THE subscribers are now receiving, direct from the Eastern Cities, their stock wt" Spring and Summer (Hoods, to which they invite the attention of their friends and custodiers. Their stock will be found the irtost complete of any, and owing to the low prices of goods this spring, they are ena bled to sell at reduced prices. May 15, 13.55. F. R. MILLER & CO., Successors to E. D. Peck & Co. STAPLE GOODS. Sheetings, Shirtings, Blea ched Muslins, Demins, Stripes, Tickings, Prints, Ginghams, and a great variety of summer Goods, ,by being bought direct from the manufacturers, can and will be sold cheap, by F. It. MILLEU & CO. BERAG ES, Tissues. Challies, Satins, Silks, "White Goods, Lawns, Liices, Edgings, Mulls, at F. lC MILLER & CO. RAPE and Summer Shawls, Silk Visettes ; also Straw Goods for everybody, at r . It. MILLKIt & CO. BOOTS & SHOES in every variety. Ready made Clothing, a complete assortment. The place...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 June 1855

THE PERIiYSBURG JOURNAL. 23: BUSINESS CARDS. BANKING NOTICE. The Perrysburg Dank is now open and prepared to discount short business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and East ern Exchange, and transact other business in their tine. Interest paid on time deposits. J, S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. 14, 1854. 29tf WASHINGTON UNION INSURANCE Company; Capital $300,000. I). II. Dunham, Pres't. Gkokoe M voatt, Treas. Hknkv II. Dodge, Agent for Wood county. CLEVELAND MUTUAL INSURANCE Company Capital $200,000. Bisks tnken on rea sonable terms, -in the above responsible companies, Ly II. II. DODGE, Insurance Agent. G. PERRIN, T TA N UF A CTU K E 11 of all and Wagons, also, of Ball Si Post's Cultivator, warranted to do double the amount of work of any ordinarv cultivator. Shop on Front street, opposite Spafford's Hotel. Pcrrysburg. Ohio. 21tf r. C. HOLT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Miscellaneous, School, Theological, Gift cf Toy ROOKS, Harper's and Putnam's Monthlies, plain and fancy Stationery,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 June 1855

24 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. REMOVAL. BROWN cfHENT have remo ved their Stove and Tin Establishment to their New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we sire ottering a well selected assortment of COOK, HALL, BOX PARLOR STOVES, in great varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man ufacture, anl inferior to none. Plain and Jnpancd Tin "Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Trimmings, At Wholesale and Retail. Job work nnd Repairing done on short notice. Or ders from abroad will meet with prompt attention. Jan. 1, 1S55. BROWN & HUNT. DR. JOHN' LULL. S O M 13 T IIING NEW AND VALUABLE. The niOKt powerful King on the face of the globo now r-5-tis supreme iu the American Kepublie. The power of the crowned heads of Europe sink iuto insiguificanoe when compared to our American King. European Kiiis employ the power vested in thom to Iticroagu the riches of the rich and lordly, and to rcduM to greater misery and degradation, the poor and depend ent. Uur American King goes forth with equal willing ness to ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 June 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. VOL. IU. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUKE 9, 18557 NOT Gen. Sutter. " We missed the kind and welcome face of Gen. Sutter at the celebration yesterday. He usually joins our citizens on public oc casions. The ill-treated old pioneer " and philanthropist has no heart to visit us any more. He has been waiting for a decision upon his land claim until the delay has near ly ruined him. Will not the commission decide his claim before long? It is cruel thus to torture and ruin by inches, the best hearted man in California. Better decide the claim against him than keep him eter nally in supense, while his expenses are fast reducing him to poverty." The above extract from a California pa per, contains a hint at one of the saddest histories it has been our fortune to encoun ter. Colonel Suttpr, the old pioneer Califor nian, the friend of the Indians, the confidant of the Mexicans, and the interpreter, agent and go-between of the Americans, was, in 1848, one of the happie...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 June 1855

2G Tllfc MHIlYBBUItG JOURNAL. For the Journal. "Our Best Society" No. 1. LONG JOHN. Hate you an invitation to the ball at 1 Long John's ' to-night ?' " No, I have not the honor ' Well, never mind, I am commissioned to present yon one." Such were the words addressed to me by nn acquaintance a short time since the con clusion of whose remarks was accompanied bj the polite presentation of a small pack age neatly eilveloped irt brown wrapping paper. " Don't fail of being there for we are going td dd things up the nastiest," was his con i?liiairig' remark as he disappeared in the ad jacent wotid; . Reader, would you like to go to long Johri'st If so, I will give you an introduc tion upon my own responsibility. But perhaps you would like to know who is iti that boars this euphonious title? I will tell you. lie is one of the longest, leanest specimens of the genus homo imaginable, whose ver proximity necessarily brings to remembrance Shakspeare's "anatomy of a starved pil chard." He occupi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 June 1855

XXIXh JLMVL Hi I Oli UJ.UJT JUUllJNAL. 27 Changes of Climate. The following, from the Scientific Ameri can, contains some interesting facts, and treats of a very feeling subject, worthy of a careful investigation : History informs U3 that many of the countries of Europe which now possess very mild winters, at one time experienced severe cold during this season of the year. The Tiber, at Rome, was often frozen over, snow at one time lay for forty days in that city. The Euxine Sa was frozen over every win ter during themime of Ovid, and the rivers Rhi ne and Rhone used to be froz?n so deep that the ice sustained loaded wagons. The waters of the Tiber, Rhine and Rhone, now flow freely every winter; ice is unknown in Rom, and the waves of the Kuxine dash their wintry foam Uncrystalized upon the rocks. Some have ascribed these climate changes to agriculture, the cutting down of dense forests, the exposure of the upturned soil to the summer's sun, and the draining of great marshes. We do ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 June 1855

28 THE iMdUiSBURa JOURNAL. Editorial Page. JE33 public meeting has been called for Thurs day evening next, to obtain inforinnticn as to the future prospects of our railroads. We hope some thing favorable and reliable may be elicited. We think' it about time our people Vhould know how much longer they must support, their onerous bur den of railroad taxes without anv benefits in return. The July Convention. The Ohio State Journal is pursuing an able ond judicious course in regard to the next republican state convention, which we regret to see is not followed by some of the more ardent onli-slavery papers of the state. It is the same course as that pursued by the republicans last year, and is t he only road leading to success. If success is worth any thing, then it is important to take the most direct road leading to it; if it is not worth this, why discuss principles and measures, organize parties and contend for them at all ? The course indicated is, to unite all those who are oppose...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 June 1855

Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad. We learn from good authority that the Fort Vayne and Chicago railroad will b 60 far completed as to finish a connection between these cities this fall. The iron has all been purchased ond is now arriving, part of .it at TeW York and part direct from Europe, via i this nort. Ths cradins is in a fine state of forwardness, and the company will b2 ready wr o portion oi uie iron a soon as it can be taken to Fort Wayne. This road whrin completed will furnish us a connection with Chicago nearer than the one we now have by the Michigan Southern road ; and it is said' but eight miles further than by the Air Line road. For travel, it will furnish a valuable, competing route, will fum.sU a uluame compeung T:o nni rm"lu also lor ireignc. rere u not mm; lllil llUCHS 11HJ IIMl 111- oain- p,uuh" passes through a rich, well cultivated coun-; try, aim Will uring itirt. nuiuuinsui jjiuuu-- to Fort Wayne which will be shipped by, small amount of travel and freight to 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. — 9 June 1855

j 30 THE PERRYSBUIia. JOURNAL. new goods: m:h good. si j PTJIE subscribers are now receiving, direct frotrt the Eastern Cities, their stock of Spring mid Summer Goods, to which they invite the attentiou of their friends and customers. Their stock will be found the most complete of any, and owing to the low prices of goods this spring, they are ena bled to hell at reduced prices. - May 15, 1855. F. K. MILLER Si CO., Successorsto E. D. Peck Si Co. STAPLE .GOODS. Sheetings, Shirtings, Blea ched Muslins, Dentins, Stripes, Tickings, Prints, Ginghams, and a great variety of summer Goods, by being bought direct from the manufacturers, can and will be sold cheap, by F.'R. MILLER & CO. Ell AGES, TisstieB, Challies, Satins, Silks, White Goods, Lawns, Laces, Edgings, Mulls, at F. R. MILLElt Si CO. IK APE and Summer Shawls, Silk Visettes ; also Straw feoods for everybody, at F. RMILLER Si CO. Ready made The place MILLER & CO. E 6 BOOTS Si SHOES in every variety. Clotliing, a complete as...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 June 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 31 BUSINESS CARDS. B AVKIXG NOTICE.--ThePerrysbttrg Bank is now oDen and prepared to discount short business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and East ern Exchange, and transact other business in their line. Interest paid tin time deposits. J. S. N CHITON, Cashier. Oct. 14, 135. 2I)tf WASIIlSGTOtt UNtON INSUItANCE Company; Capital 300,000. D. 11. Dunham, Pres't. Gko'ivof. M yoatt, Treas. Henrt II. Doigk, Agent for Wood county. CLEVELAND MUTUAI INSURANCE Company Capital $200,00U. Risks taken on rea sonable terms, in the above responsible companies, by II. II. DODGE, Insurance Agent. MANUFACTURER of all styles of Carnages and Wagons, also, of Hall & "Post's Cultivator, warranted to do double the amount of work of any ordinary cultivator. Shop on I''ront.street, opposite Spafford'a Hotel. Perrysburg, Ohio. -Ht p7c7holt7 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Miscellaneous, School, Theological, Gift tf Toy BOOKS, Harper's and Putnam's Monthlies, plain and fancy Stat...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 June 1855

S2 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. REMOVAL. BROWN k HUNT h&veremo red their Stove and Tin Establishment to their New Storo, opposite A. M. Thompson'", where we are offering a well selected assort merit of CO O K, HA LL,B OX f- PA Rl.OR S TO VES, in great varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man ufacture, and inferior to none. Plain and Japaned Tin "Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Trimmings, At Wholesale and Retail. Job work and Repairing done on short notice. Or ders from abroad will meet with prompt attention. Jan. J, 1835. BROWN 1 HUNT. DIt. JOHN BULL. SOMETHING NEW AND VALUABLE. The ruVist powerful King on the face of the globe now t.,tus supreme in the American Republic. The power of tiio crowned head of Europe sink into insignificance v. hen compared to our American King. . Lurvpeau kinps employ the power vested In them to In -reave the riches of the rich and lordly, and to reduce to grue.ter misery and degradation, the poor and depend- ' ent. Our American King goes forth with equal will...

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. — 16 June 1855

THE I'E IIYSBU IG JOURNAL. VOL. III. PEIIUYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUXE 1G, 1SG5. NO. 5. "I Wish I Could." You nith you could? Well, you can, if you will go at it, determined to do it ; in stead of sitting down, like a dunce, and foolishly wishing you could. What cood did you ever know wishing? Did Fulton build a st wishing? Did Washington achiex -.. . . . Did Alexander conquer the world uy wisti-t jCTT Did you ever know a farm cleared, or on evcrKuov.ujr:v done by eamboat by; ;e the in- !a.H, ? physical crop raised by wishing r JJid you any great reform in the moral or world produced by wishing r No, sir. All these results have been pro-, duced by determined energy and per acr trance. The energetic man the man who really pro-, duces something e value, does not sit. down, and in drawling language, as he sees or hoars what'otheis have done, wish he could no so. What one man has done, another can do, lie has the same energy and perseverance. best orator the world ever produced, had i ....

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. — 16 June 1855

34 THE PEltltYSUUllG .JOURNAL. The American Convention at Cleveland. 'About 500 delegates from all the count Ui of Ohio Tuesday one. W nnrf tt t fin nrnpnnf imrc l n.i i .'watt v. iiiv .wvivi. ' V ..'.jin.iin.-ik.j We have received a copy of the platform. which we publish, at the earliest moment, met in convention in Cleveland on 'last. The session was an important Ve do not know that any official r the proceedings will be published. for the benefit of our readers and thy public:-: THE AMERICAN PARTY OF OHIO. At the annual session of the stale council in Cleveland, June 5th, 1855,11.0 follow- ing platform of principles as oxpnssive ol ; the sentiment of the order in this state, was; aaopieu ana oruerea 10 oe puuiisiieii 10 uie worm over the signatures oi us pincers. ; c proclaim to the' world the iollowiiu ruiNcirtEs ok the American iu:ty of Ohio. i ; g; y I. The unlimited freedom of religion dis connected with politics hostility to eccle- fciastical influences upon the affairs of g...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 16 June 1855

the runuYSiumu journal. Several bushels of six weeks or forty Jays corn from the south of Spain have been re ceived at the patent office, ami will be dis tributed in the northern slates and in the higher regions of the mountains. It is species of corn that ripens within six weeks from the time it is planted. DucklNOHAM SMITH. It is with pleasure that we are enabled to announce a foreign diplomatic appointment that will give sat-! isfaction to the country. Buckingham K.;.h V.n it itnlr.rl l.no ,.!,p i i HnAin f vn 1 1 rt' va fart.- rf lrtrr-.tw.i-i In ' ' . . 3 . , &pain. mis gentleman, wno is wen Known to Us, is every way lilted for his important x i l . I i.i .1 .... r . l. . o put, , oy ins im rongu iw.ow.euge ui me p..ii- 1 Oil J U II till" i-J-'f 111 lUIIIUIUIll I UK. I.' (U- :k t.. r .. i,; i , ish character, his experience and tact as diplomatist, and for his extensive and crili- cal knowledge of Spanish American history. Mr. Smith is a native of Florida, and learnt the Sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 16 June 1855

30 TILE PEKRYSmjRG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. Railroad Meeting. , According to previous notice a public meeting of the citizens of Perrysburg and vicinity was held at the court house in said town on Thursday evening. June Mih, 1855, which was organized by calling George W. Baird to the chair, and appointing S. Clark secretary. Mr. Way was called upon to address the meeting in explanation of thu objects for which it was called, and to give such infor mation as ha might choose to communicate as to the prospects of the Junction railroa 1 j company. Mr. Way responded to the. call j h some pertinent remarks, an 1 concluded ; were adopted Resolved, That tlu town of Perrysburg. by the conditions of its subscription of stock in the Junction Rail Road co., and the tern s of lh3 consolidation of that road with the Toledo, Norwalk and Cleveland R. R. co., has a legal and equitable right to require an immediate construction of the line of road from Sandusky by Port Clinton, Perrysburg and'Maume.e...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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