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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 16 June 1855

TJItt PERRYSBURG JOURNAL 37 The "slate ci' siege " under which Cuba has been laid for some time past, expired on tin 23d of Miy. Approh msions of filibus tering expeditions are becoming less. These bands of marauders and pirates have misera bly failed-in nil their schemes. They have squandered all the money they were supplied with by the conful nce men of the states and ot Cuba, anil they are now as lar liom. danger as ever. The Washington Union publishes a series: of resolutions adopted by the members of the' Kansas legislature, who received certificates; from Governor Hecder. They declare ihati they will disregard the supplementary elec-1 (ions, and admit the candidates to whom: the governor refused certificates. There are now in the. United States thirty two insane hospitals, and the number of in sane persons in the country is estimated at 20.000. Boilkr Explosion. Six Min Killed. A boiler in a steam saw-mill near Albion, Noble county, Indiana, exploded on the, 18th; ult., killin...

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. — 16 June 1855

38 TUB PERUYSBURG JOURNAL. ivmv a oois i new ;oh 1 1 rilHE subscribers are now receiving, direct from -L the Eastern Cities, their stock of Spring mid 8um.rn.er Goods, to which they invite the attention of their friends ami 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 sell at reduced prices. May 15, .1855. F. 11. MJLLER & CO., Successors to E. J). Peck Si Co. B STAPLE GOODS. -Shaftings, Shirtings, Blea ched .Muslins, Demins, -Stripes, Tickings, Prints, Ginghams, and a great variety of sumnuv Goods, by being bought direct from the manufacturers, can nnd will ba sold cheap, by F. K. MILLER & CO. EltAG ES, Tissues, Challies, Satins, Silks, White Goods, Lawns, Laces, Edgings, Mulls, at FJl. MILLER j&COL CI RAPE and Summer Shawls, Silk Visettes ; also J Straw Goods for- everybody, at P. R.' MILLER Si CO BOOTS & SIR) ES in every variety. Ready made Clothing, a complete assortment. The...

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. — 16 June 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 39 BUSINESS CARDS. Interest paid on time deposit.-. BA VKI1VG NOTICE.--TheViryArjr Haiti is now open and prepared to discount short business nancf. buy ami sell Gold, Silver, mid East- urn Exchange, and transact other business in their line J. S Oct. lM&l"20tf WASHINGTON UNION INSURANCE "(Company; Capital $:)00,OO0. D. B. Dunham", Pres't. C r.o n i k M v i; at r, Treas. Henry II. Dunur., Agent for Wood county." CLEVELAND MUTUAL INSURANCE Company Capital $200,000. Risks taken on rea sonable terms, in the above responsible eompftuios, by II. 11. DODGE, Insurance Agent. C. FERR1N7 MANUFACTURER of all styles of Carriages and Wagons, also, of Ball& Port's Cultivator, warranted to do double the amount of work of any ordinary cultivator. Shop on Frontstreet, opposite Spatford's Hotel. Perrysburg. Ohio. -'Iff i. a HOLT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Miscellaneous, School, Theological, Gift ijr Toy BOOKS, Harper's and Putnam's - Monthlies, plain and fancy Sta...

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. — 16 June 1855

40 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. REMOVAL. BHOWN & HI NT liavc remo ved their Store and Tin Establishment to their New Store, opposito A. M. Thompson's, where we are offering a well selected assortment of coo in i. l , n ox $ i'--t R J-or $ to e s, in great varieties. Our Stoves nre of Albany man ufacture, and inferior to none. Plain and Japaned Tin Ware, Stove I'ipo 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. 1, 1S5-5. 1JROWN & I1VNT. S O M 13 T KING NEW AND VALUABLE. The most powerful King on the faro of the globe now ; i,r 1 1 s supn nii; in the American Hepublie. The power of hi' crowned heads of lluropo sink iuto insignificance when compared to our American King. Kuropcan kincs employ the power vested in them to tfKTa.sn tl.o riches of the rich and lordly, and to rediue to greater misery and degradation, the poor and depend ing. Our Auirricun King goes forth with equal wil...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 23 June 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. VOL. III. PERKY SBU11G, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUKE 23, 1855. NO. C. The Saut Canal. We find in the Lake Superior Journal on article giving the statistics of the great ca nal and locks that have just been completed atSautSte. Mario. It is the most important work for the development of the upper lake regions and the great copper and iron interests of the country, that has ever been completed. Vessels can now load their cur goes on the farthest waters of Lake Superior, and without breaking bulk, pass through the qIVUV VIIUIU J IUIU f j 11 11JW U l. , AJU V i H V to the ocean, and from thence to any port in this or oilier countries. i To complete the canal I lie re were required j 88,300 yards of rock excavation, and 127,-; 300 yards of earth do., mostly hard pan,: besides some extra work. The execution of) t he entire, contract required 320,005 days work, of which the excavation and filling: took 208,270 days. The total number ofj cubic yards of excavation was 282,200...

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. — 23 June 1855

42 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. For the Journal. "Our Best Society" No. 2. MOLLY SAUNDERS. Molly Saunders is the daughter one of the first settlers in our neighborhood. Born in the woods, and being deprived at an early age of a mother's care, Molly grew up like an ill weed. Her father, good natured soul, had enough to do to take care of his corn and potatoes his cattle, and his hogs, with out attending to the welfare of his children ; and Molly accordingly was suffered to follow the b;nt of her own inclinations. Now it is a remark made by one Mr. Paul, a man of some note in the theological world, that " the heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked," and I am sorry to say, that Molly's heart was no exception to tins general ru It is true, so long as the country was unsettled and there were no neighbors in the vicinity, she attracted but little attention ; but with the increase of population, she gained a proportionate in crease of notoriety. One thing remarkable about M...

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. — 23 June 1855

43 Phrenology in the Pulpit. TESTIMONY OF REV. HENRY WARD BEECIIER. It is very hard for a minister of the gospel, standing before a promiscuous audience, to deal with the facts of their minds, and their inward lives. It is a melancholy fact, that men know le6S about that which is the very element of their being, than about anything else in the world. I suppose if I were to go among the intelligent men in my congrega tion, I could get every variety of informa tion on subjects connected with the daily business affairs of life upon questions ol political economy, upon various questions of commerce, facts concerning the structure of ships, steam engines I could collect any amount of information on all these, and a thousand othpr kindred subjects. But when I ask them what is inside of themselves, they can tell me of a great manufactory, and ex plain to me the operation and use of all the machinery in it; but upon the question of the machinery of 1 heir own minds, they cannot say a word. ...

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. — 23 June 1855

44 JL 11 Vj X'JIi J.VJA. X DU U -UU U U U HI'S Editorial Page. MASS MEETING. A meeting of the Republicans of Wood county, irrespective of old party lines, will bo held at Bowl ing Green on the 4th of July, .18-""), for tlx? purpose of selecting, delegates to attend the Republican Convention to be held nt Columbus, OLio, on the 13th of July, A. l. 1833, and to transact sr.ch other business as the meeting may deem expedient. By order of the Republican Central Committee. "The Rains Descended and the Floods Came.'' For a week or two past this section has been ruinously drenched with rains. On Saturday night las I, a very heavy rain ftdl, completely saturating (he whole of this level country, and overflowing a great deal of the prairie and swamp lands, which pro duced such generous crops of corn last year when the season was dry. . The Mauinee river was raised to a higher stage of water than we have seen it during the past five years, and considerable damage was done above by floating of...

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. — 23 June 1855

Till- PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 45 Exclusion or tik K. N. Dki.kgatiw. The refusal of tin K. N. national conven tion to admit the Louisiana delegates must have an injurious effect on the order in the southern states. There ate in Louisiana, Maryland and Virginia, and other slave states, many native Catholics, who arenuite as well disposed as their Protestant friends in the north to proscribe persons of foreign birth. In such localities, it has been repre sented that the order had no objection lo re ceiving native Catholics; and the ritual o! the order has been so changed in those places 1 I . r 1 1 . I. MM. . as to aumu mem 10 iuu memuer3mp. iiiei Louisiana K. N.'s were so well assured it was only foreign Catholics to which the or-! dm' was opposed, that they sent a full Cath- olic delegation to Philadelphia, not doubling! that their representatives would unadmitted to seats in tlie national council ; but when the question came; up, they found that they were themselves the ojecis of proscr...

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. — 23 June 1855

40 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. NJGtV GOODS! GOODS!! riUfi subscribers are now receiving, direct from X the Eastern Cities, their stock of Spring and eu:nnirr troo's, to which they invite the attention of thoir 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- oieu 10 sen at reaueea prices. May 1.5, F. 11. MILLER & CO., Successors to E. I). Peck & Co. CJTAPLTi GOD Do. Sheetings. Shirtinirs. Blea k5 chod Af us'.ins, Demim, Stripes, Tickings, Prints, wmgiii:in, aaa a cre.it variety ot summer Goods by bjing bought direct from the manufacturers, can ana will bj sold cheap, by F. R. MILLER & CO B E RAGES, Tissues, Challies, Satius, Silks, White Goods, Law as, Laces, Edgings, Mulls, at F. R. MILLER & CO. I RAPE and Summer Shawls, Silk Visettes ; also ' Straw Goods for everybody, at F. R.'MILLER & CO. BOOTS & SHOES in every variety. Ready made Clothing, a complete assortment. The pla...

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. — 23 June 1855

t 1 It I Ml Hi IfllWw mmm mmmm III n imr I i i I il f t i i li THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 47 BUSINESS CARDS. BWKIiVU NO riCE. TUePerrysburg Bank 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 line. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. 14, 1854. 29tf WASHINGTON UNION INSURANCE Company; Capital $300,000. D. B. Dunham, Pres't Geohoe Mtoatt, Treas. Henry It. Dodge, Agent for Wood county. CLEVELAND MUTUAL INSURANCE Company Capital $200,000. Risks taken on rea sonable terms, in the above responsible companies, by H. II. DODGE, Insurance Agent. C. PERRIN, MANUFACTURER of all styles of Carriages and Wagons, also, of Ball & Post's Cultivator, warranted to do double the ijmount of work of any ordinary cultivator. Sltop on Frontstreet, opposite Hpaffofd's Hotel, Perrysburg, Ohio. 21tf P. C. HOLT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Miscellaneous, School, Theological, Gift f Toy...

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. — 23 June 1855

48 REMOVAL. BKOWN & HUNT have remo ved their Stove and Tin Lstahlislnnititici theii New Store, opposite A. jr. Thompson's, whtie we arc offering a well selected assortment of COOK, HALL, BOX S? PARLOR STOVES. in great varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man ufacture, and inferior to none. Plain and Japuned Tin Vrare, Stove Pipe and Sto"e Trimmings, At Wliotesae and Retail. lob work and Repairing done on short notice. Or ders from abroad will meet with prompt attention. Jan. 1, 18.33. BllOWN & HI NT. DH. JOUN' DULL. SOME T II INO NEW AND VALUABLE. The most powerful King on the f:ico of the globe now i!jns supreme in tho American .llepublie. The power of Ilio crowned headset Europe sink into insignificance win-n rnmnred to our American liiug. JOuropeari kings 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 Amcricau Kin goes forth witheiiual willing ness to the lnrdly m...

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. — 30 June 1855

THE PERRYSRURG JOURNAL. vol. nr. PERRYSRURG, OHIO, SATURDAY. JUKE SO, 1855. NO. 7. Is not our Race Deteriorating? I hold it to be morally impossible for (Joel tu have created, in the beginning, such men and women as we find the human race, in their physical condition, now to be. Examine the book of Genesis, which con tains the earliest annals of the human family. As is commonly supposed, it comprises the fust twenty-three ' hundred and sixty-nine years of the human history. With child like simplicity thi? book describes the infiui cy of mankind. Unlike modern histories, it details the minutest circumstances of so cial and individual lifu. Indeed.it is rather a series of biogrnphies than u history. The false delicacy of modern limes (Iops not for bid the mention of whatever was suffered. And yet, over all the expanse of time for more than one-third part of the duration of the human race not a single instance is re-jetc, corded of a child born blind, or deaf, on dumb, or idiotic, or m...

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. — 30 June 1855

THE PEIUtYSBUltG JOURNAL. The northern delegates to the K. N. con tention at Philailel ptiia, met at 8 A. M. ut the Girard House, for the purpose ol organ izing a northern order. Hon. Henry Wilson was culled to the chair. The following ad dress was submitted to the people of the United States : 1. The unconditional restoration of that time honored compromise, known as the Missouri prohibition, which was destroyed willi utter disregard of the popular will a wrong no lapse of time can palliate, and no plea for its continuance- can justify; and that we. will use all constitutional mens to maintain a positive guarantee of its com pact, until the object for which it was rnacted has been consummated by the ad mission of Kansas and Nebraska as free states. 2. That the rights of settlers in territories to the. free and undisturbed excercised of the elective franchise, guarantied to them by the Jaws under which they are organized, should be promptly protected by the national exec utive whene...

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. — 30 June 1855

THE PEPJlYSBURGr JOURNAL. 51 We notice that the Wabash Valley ami Illinois railroad company liave effected nn other loan of $500,000, which will enable them to push forward their work with all possible despatch. It is now expected, that this road will be open to Fort Wayne on the 5th and to Huntington on the 15th of July. Toledo Rep- In consequence of the protracted rains of the present month, wa learn that it will not be possible for the company to open th.ir road by the 4th of next month, as was an ticipated. Had t lie month of June been as favorable as usual, there is no doubt that the road would have been in readiness to be opened as early as the 1st. But in f-ict there, bus not been more than five or six whole working days up to the present tiim in t!iL month, and such is (In character of the country through which the road passes, and 60 large, an amount of water upon the surface that the forces of the company have to work at great disadvantage, besides tin d-lay caused by rain...

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. — 30 June 1855

52 THE PERRYSBUllG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. MASS MEETING. A meeting of the Republicans of Wood county Irrespective of old party lines, will be held at Howl ing Green on the 4th of July, 18."3, for th? purpose of selecting delegates to attend the Republican Convention to be held at Columbus, Ohio, on the 13th of July, A. D. 18o5, and to transact such other business as the meeting may deem expedient. By order of the Republican Centrul Committee. JKWe hope the Republicans of Wood county will not forget the above call for a county mass convention, at Bowling Green, for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Republican state conven tion to be held at Columbus on the 13th of July. A good turn-out on Wednesday next, will be evi dence that the peojile of Wood county nre alive and interested in the great contest now pending between ! the adherents of slavery and freedom. It is a con test in which labor and the laborer are to considered either honorable or debased. And its decision rests u...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 30 June 1855

53 The memorial the citizens of Perrysburg to the Cleveland and Toledo Rail Road Company. To the directors of the Cleveland and Toledo Railroad Company: The memorial of tin citizens of Perrys burg represents, that four years ago tliey en gaged in an enterprise to construct a rail rodtj. from Cleveland, by way of Saudusky City, Perrysburg and Maumee, westward ; that they made the full amount of subscrip tion to said road which they were permitted to do by its charter, and issued bonds for the amount, which were taken and used by said campany in the construct iou of its work. They further state that they exerted all their influence, small as it may have been, to in sure, the speedy completion of the work. That alter considerable delay, said road was consolidated with the Cleveland and Toledo railroad company, then in the full tide of suc cessful operation, and both roads assumed that nam That by the terms of said con solidation said company were expressly bound to complete said line 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. — 30 June 1855

64- THE PBRRYSBURG JOURNAL. EV GOODS! NEW GOODS!! fpHE subscribers tire now receiving, direct from JL the Eastern Cities, their stock of Spring and Summer Goods, to which they invite the attention of their friends and customers. Their stock will ba found the most complete of any, and owing to the low prices of goods this spring, they aro ena bled to sell at reduced prices. May 15, 185.3. 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. 11. MILLEU & CO. BERAGES, Tissues, Challies, Satins, Silks, White Goods, Lawus, Laces, Edgings, Mulls, at F. R. MILLEU & CO. CRAPE and Summer Shawls, Silk Viscttes ; also Straw Goods for everybody, at F. It. MILLER & CO. BOOTS & SHOES in every variety. Ready made Clothing, a complete assortment. The place to bu...

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. — 30 June 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL, 55 Reduction. The St. Nicholas, Clarendon, tnd New York hotels, which have been charging $3 a day, have reduoml their charges to 2.CU. The public would net stand the new figures. BUSINESS CARDS. BXKI NO N OTlW.--'riQlW-tsbiirg Hank 13 now open and prepared to discount short business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and East ern Bxchmge. and transact other business inthei.r lina. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. OcMJ. lS54.--29tf j TT 7 AS UINGTO N UN ION I XSUKANCE VV Company; Capital $300,000. I). B. Dcnham, Ees't. Gi-ouorc M vgatt, 'f reas.j Hesut II. Dodgk, Agent for Wood county, CLEVELAND MUTUAL IVSUHACe t 'niiii.il ii v ( i lit nl '.'III) ( KID It isks t.'ikrn i.n t'c.'i- . .... , v . - 11 . , . !!- Konauie terms, in tneauove respoiiMuie rouipaincs,! by 11. 11. DODGE, I nsurance Afient. C. rERRIN, MANUFACTURER of all styles of Carriages and Wagons, alio, of Ball & Post's! Cultivator,! warranted to do double the amount of work o...

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. — 30 June 1855

5G THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. REMOVAL. DROWN & HUNT have remo ved their Stove and Tin Establishment to tlieii New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we aro offering a well selected assortment of COOK. HALL, HOX $ PARLOR STOVES, in great varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man ufacture, and inferior to none. riain and Japaned Tin Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Trimmirgs, At Wholesale and Retail. Job work and Repairing done on short notice. Or ders from abroad will meet with prompt Attention. Jan. 1, 1855. EIIOWN & HUNT. DR. JOHN iiVLh. SOMETHING NEW AND VALUABLE. The most powerful Kin on the faeo of the globe now tfins supremo in tue American Kcpublie. The power of tbe crowned hearts of Europe fink into insignificance when compered to our American King. European kings employ tbo power vested in them to Increase the riches of the rich and lordly, and to reduee to greater misery and degradation, the poor and depend ent. Our American King goes forth with equal willing ness to tbe ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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