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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 11 August 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. VOL. III. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1855. NO. 13. A Specimen Brick. The experiment of making brick orslone blocks, out of lime or sand, has been tried with complete success in this city. There is no question but stone can b?. made in this way, far cheaper and bet ter than the ordinary brick. The material consists of about six parts of clear sand to one of dry slacked lime. This is put iutoa strong iron mould and placed under a pres sure of 75 to 100 tons. The great pressure causes a union of particles and a compact ness which by exposure to the air possesses all the desirable qualities of stone. The brick gradually hardens until a process like crys talization takes place. After it comes from the mould, nothing further is necessary than exposure to the air for a few days, when it is ready for all building purposes. Mr. N. S. Lockwood, of the firm of Brown, Lock wood 6c Brown, has several specimens at the Iron Store, which are the result of his exp...

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. — 11 August 1855

98 THE PEilRYSBUllG JOURNAL. Are there to be no Free States? The people of the north have long prided themselves upon being citizens of tree states, into which, when the slaves of the south were voluntarily brought, their chains fell off. It lias been the almost universal belief, that the institution which, for no crime, strikes down the right of a human being to himself, depended upon positive municipal ,lar and not upon interstate comity, A decision just made' by one oi the judges of the U. S, dis trict court will, if sustained, completely re verse and annul all the cherished maxims of political truth and crush the free principles) which have been the pride and b'oasl of our, purest men.-, In the case of th.6 V. S. A. ex. rcl; Whee ler vs. Passmorc Williamson, Judge. Kane of Philadelphia decided on Friday, July 27th, among other things, two points heretofore tmcontroTerted, i the following remarkable language :' " I know no statute of Pennsylvania which affects to. divest the righ...

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. — 11 August 1855

THE PERRYSI3URG JOURNAL. 90 The following communication touching) tnattera or ldcul interest, is not just in thB iMnuU !,., hrP.ferrorl. hut w , . as tue wrr.or is an acme, eiueipiiMiig t-uaj substantial citizen, ve do not withhold the article on account or its not reflecting our own particular views. The object of a news paper is to disseminate intelligence, and the thoughts and opinions it contains are often adverse to those of its conductor; the gene ral tenor alone conforming to his ideas. Lo cal matters are of more interest to our read- ers than general, as they are to those of any other county paper, hence we. are not -ery,may particular about the shape they assume. , . ., A,r , t are always anxious to discuss local questions, and pub-; lifch local news For the Journal. What will become of it? Much inquiry is made, what has become of the 'bridge fund ? In former years, the people of Wood county were accustomed to meet the commissioners at their June session and see a distribut...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 11 August 1855

100 Editorial Page. Elections. Elections have just been held in Several southern states. The results have not yet been fully reported, and are of but little interest. The contest lies between the Democrats and the Know Nothings. It is a contest to show which party is most true and subservient to the slave power. It is a piece of folly for any party to contend with the Democratic party on that point. They have long been the steady reliance of the Bouth, and it is absurd to expect such shrewd politicians to trust or wish for better friends. In Kentucky, however, it is said the Know Nothings have partially succeeded in carry ing the state ; it is believed they have the governor and a majority of both branches of the legislature and of the members of con gress. In Tennessee and North Carolina the result is just the reverse of this. jJSJ-The most serious election riots occur red at the recent election in Louisville that have ever before occurred in the United States. We have not received...

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. — 11 August 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 101 Minnesota. -From the census taken in several counties, and estimates df Others, it is thought the present population of Min nesota is between 15,000 and 50,000. Miny barrels of potatoes are sent daily by Express from Cincinnati to Detroit, Buffalo and other cities on the Lakes. The Syracuse (N. Y.) Journal says a house keeper of that place has contracted for a sup ply of potatoes for the coining year at 15 cents a bushel. The Mobile Tribune says flour is now sel ling there for $5 per barrel, and is confident it will soon ba down to $3.50. Delaware has passed a prohibitory liquor luw. After this, we presume the Brandy wine will no longer be allowed to flow through that state. How to Promote Pietv. It may not be generally known, but if it is not it should be, that new clothes are great promoters of piety. A new bonnet or a new dress will in duce a girl to go to church at least three times on Sunday, where she did not go once before she got it. And a fine co...

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. — 11 August 1855

Tllti MlillYSBUilG JO0RNAL 102 Ilitll l'rairie Outlet. I No-rrr-r i i . ,., TP.lMS'f ()Jr,,E ,lureby &ve" ?' V Tr, Muldleton township, in oo(lcou.itj, OIno will niet-t at the liotwn ot A. U. KUJolt, m sai.l 1 . - . ... . township oil Monday, the M day ot 4eptemler, naxt, at 10 o clock a. m .. to view ami locate a d.Uh ' ,1 .. ,, actios in fractional township (, range 10, and ' run thence north on thfl west ai.ia of a county road oas.nd lin,!t to tho north lu.eot section 21, in said .,ismp ;,ui :, ne .uin-mime iu, mj im.hm. hi i . aVl . .. urn ie .i,.e upon me I.WD3M i ot the tollowtn- denbed land--, set oppo- j nam ot tho supposed owners , such j.oraons as sh ill ho deemed just and right con -iBil1 l.lg to tlie be:ielitS derived hy the IliaUlllgSaid ditch. v..; U.T.Src in t. m km; m 10 (i ;j A fart of. Vf 11 vv s e 11 w 11 e u w s w 11 e 11 w n e e 11 e c s e p n e W S V e s vv s w s e 11 w s e n w j Jt w J 11 e 1 w 11 w s s w ,t s w s e 11 e n e n 5 s w i n w s e w i n e .v s e...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 11 August 1855

THE- FE1U1YSBUUG J0U11NAL. BUSINESS CARDS. riMlH PKRIIYSBIIHG JOURNAL is publisher! X everv S itur.lav. bv S. Ci.akk, at 1 per year. c ish in adVince, or $ t.23 in trade ; $ I .'25 cash in b' m mtlis, or :J l.od at the enn 01 me year, j nose iiv arrears will ho charged at the rate of $ Lfit.) for the! present series until they nay up, when they can get! th.j paper at the reducer! price. . Papers may be stopped at any time by paying up. B V V K I X C3 X oil (ji2.--The7Vnv6iTr-ff Hani is now open and preparer! to discount s)iort business paper, buy ami sell Gold, Silver.and East-; iTii Ii teh ingi!, and transact other business in their line. Interest paid u'u time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. u. ir,.onf WASHINGTON UNION IXSUlfANi'i; Company; Capital l:iOO,()00. . 1). II. niiam Pres't. (ir.oiirn: M ygatt, Treas. IIkniiy II. DontiK, Agent for Wood county. CL EVE LAND MUTUAI. l.VwIKANCE Company Capital $200,000. JlisT taken on rea sonable terms, in the above responsible companie...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 11 August 1855

101 TUP PERRYS13UUG JOURNAL. KKM O VAL. 13 11 0 W N & !I1TNT have remo ve I their Move and Tin Ext'thlishment to their New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we are offering a well selected assortment of COOK.. HALL, BOXSr PARLOR STO X'KS, in great varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man ufacture, ami inferior to none. Plain anil 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. 1, 133j. BROWN & HI NT. DH. JOIIX BCT.T,.' SO M K Til I NO NEW AND VxVLUABLE. The most powerful King on the fare nf the xlobe now (;,;ns supreme in the American Uepublic. The power of the crowned heads of Kurope sink iuto iu.signiUcauce when compared to our American King. Kuropean kings employ the power vested In them to Increase the riches of the rich and lordly, and to reduce to greater mfcery and degradation, the poor and depend ent. Our American Kiiigoes forth with ...

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. — 18 August 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL VOL. III. PEUIIYSBURO, OHIO, SATUHDAY, AUGUST 18, 1855. NO. 14.- For the Journal. Must Wood County be abandoned? rri... i ... ,.f (V,o Mci...t ,,,,.,,.,. I 1 III". I 1 1 V V I l I IIA UL If I CIL II k n,U.Jll I I (1 t I . J 1 . . 1 convinced many that something must be done : to more effectually drain it, or it must sink i into insignificance as an agricultural county.! Its richness and fcrtilitv are known and ac large portion of the growing tiling must bo done to remedy ! " , Aia 111.11111.30 iwm jw.vniv. nuu it uuvi luiowlcdged by everybody ; yet what benefit it white it is covered and saturated with' water during a large portion of the growing thpv nrniliiro. nil that ran hf etnentpd of aiiv lands in any country. The drainage is ex-j j'1.1101 1 I,, lb JO IIUV LUW lilt. OUlll IUI J'lUMllV. iii irii r-OQ ui uiu duii uiuic biiaii vuiu liioci n 47 for the cost, employed in season ? SoinctI this evil. II 10 n ttrn ncrnri'iiiiAd i - t (hnl trhnrf) our lands are w...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 18 August 1855

100 THE rEIlliYSBURG JOURNAL, and icefa the creek. Now if these and other road ditches did not carry any water into the creek, it would dry, and the lands on it could be cultivated. But fliese ditches now carry the water" the land, and drain the road and wet tile creek.". ' "That is all very probable, sir," says the lawyer. " I have just told you' th'a'f, accord-1 ing to law, water runs down hill. If this creek was not lower than the rest of the land, I water would not find its way to it. It seems' by. the water running there, it has only been obeying the law. You have raised a pretty j nice question, I will admit, but I have sup- j posed that lawyers in past generations had made money enough out of it to now let it! rest. . The profession, sir, Can succeed very : well in making black appear white, or white! black, right appear wrvng, or wrong right ; but this stopping water from running down! hill by going to law, 13 expensive to. clients and a confounded bother to lawyers." Now th...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 18 August 1855

'Aim THE PEIUIYSBURG JOURNAL. 107 Gov. Rkedku's Removal. The Case as prbbcnttd to the People. The Albany Journal thus' sums Up tie effect of this act of the president upon the popular mind: In turning Gov. Reeder out of office the firesident has saved Wie anti-Nebraska organ zatiou, wherever it exists,' a great deal of trouble. The necessity of a combination of freemen, which they have been for months in demonstrating, lie proves by a single act. So far as lies in his power, he shows that there is no other alternative, lie could have devised no better expedient for building up the party that is to annihilate him. Thus it is that " those whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad." The case, as made up by Pierco, Atchison and Douglas, for the people to decide upon, stands thus : The president, the constitutional preserver of law and order, truckling to the behest3 of a gang of rioters and usurpers ! The vice president, heading the gang of rioters and usurpers to whom the presid...

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. — 18 August 1855

Editorial Page. A Gentleman. It is common for men to be called gentleman. What is a gentleman ? A dictionary before us says, "a man raised above the vulgar by birth, education, office or fortuni." Who are the gentlemen among us, according to this definition? The num ber wtfuld bi small indeed. Yet we should ba unwilling to acknowledge that we have no giintlemjn. The more common meaning of the word among common people is, a man j of good character and address a man of re finement. Birth, office or fortune are not thought essential to gentility anions us. But by com mou consent a gentleman is some thing different from a blackguard, a profane man, a man who lacks truth, or a coarse uriintellectual or awkward man. The ruf fian Stringfellow says to the calm, dignified Gov. Raeder, " I believe you are no gentle man," and proceeds to brutally assault him in his own office. The swaggering knight of the bowie-knife and pistol, excited by bud whiskey, says to the far famed poet and ed itor, G...

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. — 18 August 1855

THE PERRYS1WRG JOURNAL. 101) IL-.avy contracts hve bocn mule for tlie delivery of flour in Njw York hi Ovtobr and November, at ssvjn dollars p?r barrel. ATI A. CUM F.ST .-At our instance an attach . meat was this day issued by O, E. Guyer. a jus tice of the peace in ail tor the township ut vveston, Wood county, Ohio, sigaiust the property and effects; of Andrew MeGinnis, a non-resident of said conn ty, for the sum of four dollar "twenty cents deK! .II1 COWS Ot SNtt. r.l 1 i& .M.vAI. Iy 3J, l.5.--U-3t. Jonathan Lane etal. vs. James H.' Wilkinson. BY command of an execution and order of sale.: from thi court of common pleas of Lucas coun- ! ty. Ohio, I shall expose to pxMic sMe, S door ' of the court home in Perrysbftrg. Vi. The county of V"oo5, oft the lHth d.lv of September. A. T). 1855. V i j? t . oM ,l.v. fHlnin., Arrih ur.rt. . ! ..". - . h 1 . t i . in i ? . fVip sin 0) north, of range nine (f) east, ai 57-100 ftctes, in Washington towuship, Wood count v, Ohio,1 levied on as...

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. — 18 August 1855

110 THE PEIUIYSBURG JOURNAL. Hull Prairie Outlet. NOTICE is hereby given that the Trustees of Middleton township, in Wood county, Ohio,' will meet at tins house of A. 11. Rudolf, in huh! township, on Monday, t!ie yd day of September; next, at ID o'clock a. .m., to view and locate a ditch, iW it water course, to commence at the center of feetiwu 3'J, in fractional township G, range 10, and; ran thence nwrth n the west side of it county road: nil said line, to the north line of section 24, in said, township mid range, on the Miltouville road, so1 b illed, and apportion the making tlie same upon the' ttivncr of 'the following described hinds, set uppo-j site to the names of the supposed owners, In such' portions as shall be deemed just mid rilit accord-1 i.igto the benefits derived by the making said ditch, to wit: JC.l.a-c. rnrtof. 1). M. Mettord, 10 0 33 w u vv Amos Wilkliam, 10 G 3G s e ii vr ?ulver Blue, U G 3iJ u e u w Henry Botsdorf, 10 li ;t!i swne Julius C. Ilulibell, 10 G 33 u...

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. — 18 August 1855

ton THE PKUlltSBUllG JOUUNAL. Ill BUSINESS CARDS. r- rtl.lK :Pi:itKYSIH'UG JOHHNAE'is published i J, every S itur lav. bv S. Ci.ahk, at $1 per year,. r.Mlt in h-lfiintV. or" $1.25 hi trade; . 1.2.-. cash iu i . ni.titlM, or $ I JM at. the end of the year. Those in ' will be charged at the rate of ..-,. for the l-resent. series until they pay up, when thev ran got Ills pip.-rat the reduced price. : Papers may be stopped nt anv time by paving up. i : L! 1 ! 11 V.VIU.VO SO riCH.--TheVrryrA' Itank AJ is nor open and prepared to discount short huHine parer buy ami sell Gold, Silver.andEasf-l ern I-j x-.viH$ii and transact other business in their lino. Interest paid n tinle deposits. J. S. NORTON. Cashier i Oct.ll.lSot. 2!)tf ITT i sil f VKTilv 7t vTfVv " Tttirri:' VV " io rt 1. it Ci J 51'Tte,4?3(!1,?V?; rr ' I). 11. Diimi, I'res t; (jKobiii. MtnATT.Treas. IIivnv II ll.i,,.,.- ... C W 1 . ... , CLIIVKL VVD MITTITAIi INS1JKANCE Company Capital 2MI,0(l(. JUsks taken on rea-: :.. .1 i -i , ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 18 August 1855

112 THE PEIiliYSBUUG' JOURNAL. REMOVAL. BROWN it TU'NT line remo ved their Stove and Tin Kstn'dishmenttn their) Now Storo, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we j arj oT.jring a well selected assortment of . COOK, if ALL, BOX& PARLOR STOVKS, in groat varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man-! ut tefure, and inferior to none., Plain ami Japaneu Tin Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Trimming, , , , At WStolesate and Retail. ; Job work and Repairing done on short notice. Or dirs from abroad will meet with prompt attention. Jan.-1, 18.W.-' - BROWN & HI NT. ,T)H. JOHN BULL. SOM ETIIING NEW AND VALUABLE. The most powerful King on the fire of the globe now .',;ns supreme in the American Republic. The power of tlit crowned heads of Kurope sink luto insignificance when compared to our American King. Kuropean kings employ tho power vested in them to Increase the riches of the rich and lordly, and to reduce to greater misery and degradation, the piKir and depend ent. Our American King goes forth...

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. — 25 August 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. VOL. III. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1855. NO. 15. HusilANLH AKE NOT Or.U AND TRIF.O FRIENDS. A gentleman played ofTa rich joke on his bet ter half the other dav. bjing something of an epicure, he took it into his head that he, should like to have a first rate dinner. So he ; addressed her a note politely informing hid I wife that "a gentlemen of her acquaintance an old and true friend, would dine with her that clay." As soon as she received it, till hands went to work to get everything in order. Precisely at 12 o'clock she was pre pared to receive her guest. The house was as clean as a new pin a sumptuous dinner was on the table, and she was arrayed in her bjst attire. A gentle knock was heard, and she started with a palpitating heart to the door. She thought it must be an old friend, perhaps a brother, from the place whence j they once moved. On opening the door she: saw her husband with a smiling countenance. " Why, my dear," says she in an anx...

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. — 25 August 1855

114 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. THE FIFTH ANNUAL FAIR OF THE Wood County Agricultural Society, Will be held at Portageville, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 10th and 11th of October, 1855. One or more addresses will be delivered. PEMIUM LIST. Premiums on Farms. For the best improved farm, not less than fifty acres, Second best 87 00 5 00 On Cattle of the County. Best bull of any foreign blood, 1 year old, Second best, " " " Best do. " 2 do Second best, " Best do " 3 do Second best, " " " Best bull, native blood, 1 year old, Second best, 2 00 1 50 3 00 2 4 00 00 Best do Second best, " Best do " Second best, " i 3 00 1 00 50 2 00 1 00 3 00 2 00 Awarding Committee, Wm. C. Lathrot, Middleton tp, ' James uokalpsos, Yeston. Wm. Chapman, Montgomery. Working Oxen. Best yoke of oxen 3 years old, Second best, " Best do 4 do Second best, " Best five yoke of oxen from any one township Second best, " " " $3 00 2 00 4 00 3 00 7 00 5 00 Awarding Committee, Edward Hubbard, of Portage, Alexander Brown, "...

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. — 25 August 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 115 'Governor Reeder's Removal completes a scries of events, unparalleled in our history. Under a national compact between the rep resentatives of different sections, a broad but wilderness Tract is set apart for freedom, on condition that certain other and more valua ble Lands shall be opened to Slavery. Slave ry takes possession of its share, converts it into three States, and strengthens itself by their aid. Thirty-three years afterwards a proposal is made to rob Freedom of its por tion, now becoming valuable, and to throw it open, to becoma Free or Slaveholding as its settlers shall prefer. No petition asks it, no settlers demand it, even the Slave States do not urge it: on the contrary, a vast popular majority remonstrate and entreat against the theft. In the face of the popular will, the theft is consummated, but with the most solemn asseverations on the part of President, Con gressmen and Politicians that the will of the neltlers, be it what it may, sh...

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. — 25 August 1855

110 THE PEIUlYSBUilG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. The Mails. The mails are about as com mon a subject of remark or complaint as the weather. Everybody is inteiesled. How hap pens it that Perrysburg is cutoff and entire ly deprived of any mail over the W. 11. &j Maumee road ? By a late change no mail whatever leaves here in the direction of Fre-! mont. This is a serioii3 inconvenience to both the people of this place and those j along the road. A mail is sent up to Stony Ridge P. 0., from Fremont, three times a week, but comes no further. If a curtail ment of service on this route was desirable, why not reduce the trips to once or twice a week, from Fremont to' Perrysburg ? This would be fair. As it is, it looks like a piace of petty management by somebody at Fre mont to advanos that town and annoy and injure this. We hope somebody, whose busi ness it is, and who has influence with the department, will see that this abuse is cor rected soon. . A Question for the Learned. About the fi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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