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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 6 March 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 413 Cruelties of the Indians. n our last h I m i we gave the narrative of I, m ?h r ' " ! T!- y n ,K'r CUI' l.,,m he Cannua:,, Indians Her, account ol r u.h-nngaud ,11 nvatn.ent.smns to he ul- ... st u.ca.d. h,. t ,, UihcM t o behove at tin, .lay, ami in th.si-nl.ghlened age, .1 re are any .iilys associated with the who could he fcuilty ol sud, barbar- ltn. We Lain, liouvver, Iroin Mai. Steen. llie I.. S. A riu v. who has Ivvn stationed ... . iu New Mexico, and has had much inter course with these and other Indians, that the :ianati ve is not at all likely to Ik over wniught. llf has given us u narrative of f males whom he has released from the In dians that even exceeds .Mrs. Wilson's ac count of suHWing. In one instance, he re- le;ied five Mexican "ills. Tbi. 'Imliiins had attacked a M xicau ranch, murdered the pa lents mid men. and taken away the women and children. The boys they train to be more savage ruid brutal than themselves; the women they use for a...

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. — 6 March 1854

414 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. The Martha Washington Case Prisoners. We learn from the Louisville -Courier that these individuals were landed from the Tel egraph No. 3, about 10 o'clock Thursday night, when an omnibus was in waiting which took them direct to New Albany, where they were transferred to the JNew Orleans packet, B;dle Sheridan, offer mid night, and that boat got under way imme diately. Lyman Cole was taken aboard at Madison. The Courier gives the following particulars : " Officer Bruenhad six aids with him, and great praise is due to. the officers who plan nad. and carried the arrest into execution, for their proinptn?ss, and the great adroit ness, and ability with which the whole affair was conducted. Every detail was arranged and carried into successful execu tion most admirably, and there is no doubt that the whole posse, will be surely delivered to the authorities of the State of Arkansas, to stand their trial for murder and arson. Every effort was made bv parlies in C...

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. — 6 March 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 415 Which is the Railroad Citv ? On James's new railroad map we iindlS railroads rtMiieriny at Fort Wayne, 12 at Chicago, and 12 at Indianapolis. 'The latter place, has b.-CH assuming the title ot Railroad City, and fciviu;; itsdf innny airs in consequence. They will have to lon'.i out; we arc after ihein. and expect shortly tu claim thi title as of ri-ht belon',in;; to" Fori Wayne. We -lall not only hav.i.the most raihoads, hut also the. best and most important ones in the State, as can b.s readily aseeitained by exam inin;; the map mid tracing, the routes of our nidds. Fort Wayne S'litinrl. Perrysburg Prices Current. W hvn, 1. !')!,: t.. "hi ; Flour .s.O();frs.i)0; live. .VI : ('Mni. :; . M) ; ( hits :$ Uit.'tf ; Flaxseed X6tjl,mi Timothy. l.'n. '2,iM; Clover A l.o:x,'; 1 .50 : 'I'oia t.i,M37iV It; A it.'-. -rem, 5ir $1.01), dried, S to l.-Vl; Revis, SI.25 . 1 ...' ; 15 utter l.'iwlX; Etrirs. l't. 12; Bo.-sw.-ix, 22 to Feathers, toll ; Fresh I .r k . ! to (...

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. — 6 March 1854

41G Hurrah for the Family Provision Store ! TH. McKNIUHT respectfully announces to the citizens of Perrvsburgthathe lias opened a full kick of C.UOCEltlKS & PROVISIONS hi Clark's brick building, next door to E. Graham & Co.', where may lie found a good assortment of Provis ions, Produce and Groceries. His motto is Small Profits and Quirk Sales. F.vorything in his line will always he found, and at the lowest possible pri ced. By strict attention to business he respectfully solicits a liberal share of patronage. The following articles comprize part of his stock : ( 'hoiee Young I lyson Teas at '!, 1, it, (!, 7 & Ss. peril). Sugar : Havana & New Orleans Molasses ; A uts id all kinds, Candies do v lood assort m't Stoneware Baking Powders, Spices of all kinds. Tubs, Pails, Ilrooms, Mops & licd-conls, (ireen Apples, Cigars & Tobaccos, 'hocolaie, Herrings, Fresh 'luster Baisius,. Fresh Butter, Saleratus Starch, Powder, Lead, Shot, Caps Bice, Sugars, do do 'ider A in...

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. — 13 March 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. BY S. CLARK. Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures." $1.50 In Advance. VOL. 2. PERUYSUUItG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1851. NO. 1. The Two Spies. From the autobiography of Rev. J. B. Fuller. s enrlv as the year 1700, the block-house! and stockade above the mouth of the Ilock-i in- river was a frontier post for the. hardy ! ;"!, r,r tli. Xorthu-.tem TVrri torv ! There Nature was in hrr undisturbed livery ! of dark and thick forests, interspersed with "ieen and flowcriiv prairies. Then the for-' had not heardtlie sound of the wood- axe, nor the plough of the husband- j man opened the bosom of the earth. Then(r'"e beautiful prairies wave I their goldeir plumes to the God of nature; and among the, most luxuriant of these were those that lay sdongthe Hockhockingvall-y, and especial- lv that portion of it on winch the town of portion Lancaster now stam ' Here the. tribes of the north and west met to counsel, and from this spot led forth the -.r f.tii ,1 if...

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. — 13 March 1854

; H.,e . : i ;'' THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1854. j20ne or two communications unavoid ably omitted. jSThe Nebraska bill having gone to the lower house of congress, it remains to be seen what action the more direct represent atives of the people will take upon it, and what effect, if any, the remonstrances of the aroused and arousing people of the north will have upon their rrpr.sentatives. The people meantime should continue to pour in a long, loud and indignant NO to the proposed re peal of the. Missouri compromise. But if repeal must triumph, tha represent atives of the north ought to amend the bill by attaching a clause repealing the fugitive slave law at the sam? time. They owe this to their constituents, to " equal rights," to fairness between man and man, to themselves as cilizeus of the free states. Southern rep resentatives ought not to object to this, and if they have any regard for fair and just deal ing they will not. For there is neithe...

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. — 13 March 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 3 Election of Senator. Both Houses met in convention at 12 o'clock to-day, and proceeded to elect a United States Senator. Thirty Senators and seventy-seven Representatives present. The vote stood as follows : Geo. E. Pugh 60 votes. K. R. Eckb-y 10 " S. P. Chase 10 " R. C. Schenck 1 " Blank 3 " George E. Pugh was declared duly elected U. S. Senator for 6ix years from the 4 tlx of March, 1835. The Convention then adjourned. Although we are of opinion that the elec tion of Mr. Pugh will not reflect much credit upon the State, nor confer much bene fit upon the nation, jet theru are cousidera t ions which seem to imparl to i: cougruity. We think him for iiir-tatuc about as well qualified for S.-uator as Franklin Ii"icj fur President. Thu President un suggest no act of rashness that will irH fiiid a ready iiid earnest advocate in Mr. Pugh. in his own peculiarly modest manner. lie has any quantity of rcaily-nuuh opinions which may with the utmost facility hi adapte...

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. — 13 March 1854

4 Timely Hints About Building. Masters of the art of building are as rare as genius. It has been said, iruly enough, that though a man should build for himself twenty houses, he would find before the last is finished, that he had made some error, oithcr in the mode of building or in the ar rangement of the interior. Where one has little or no experience in building, it is the better way to contract with some competent mechanic to furnish a full plan, with speci fications &c, covering everything, which will show at a glance whether you are to have a comfortable dwelling or barely a wall and roof shelter. The cause of so many errors in building houses, lies in the want of suitable plans, and the haste with which we build. We form plans and build, as though a house was a thing of a day, and not to endure for two hundred years, and serve the purposes of a human habitation as it should be. Every generation, therefore, is obliged to rebuild, or rearrange the old house at a heavy expen...

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. — 13 March 1854

5 Coi'ut Dhkss. Our readers will remember' 1 ha t shortly after the present administration cuine into power, Secretary Marey issued a circular prescribing the kind of dress our loieigu ministers should wear when at court, viz: u plain citizen's dress. Such caution whs only necessary when the minister was likely to make u toady and fool of himself by ignoring his republicanism, and trapping JiimscLl m the livery ol a monkey, to tickle the fancy of royalty. In defiance of this circular, it seems that nearly all our minis ters Soule, Mason, and others have cring nl to the taste of foreign courts, and bediz . ii 'd themselves in epaulettes, gold lace, &c. The only exception is Mr. Buchanan, our minister to England; and because he chose the simple, appropriate and characteristic dress of an American, a plain black suit, he was excluded from the house of Lords at the remit meeting of parliament. 0. Farmer. Mr. Saudford, late secretary of legation at Taris, and acting envoy when Mr. Ma...

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. — 13 March 1854

6 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Squatter Sovereignty. The great fraud in the argument for the Nebraska bill consists in the pretence that it gives to the people o$ tha territories the right to establish or exclude slavery. ' And it is asked, would you prohibit the people from determining for themselves what their institutions shall be? This is the trap which it is expected will catch Northern support, or excuse it when it is obtained. Now the fact is, it is denied by the South ern men that tha territorial legislature has any authority under ths Constitution to ex clude slavery. Th3y also hold the doctrine that the. Constitution carries and protects slavery over all the territories where it is not excluded by existing prohibition ; so that, when the bill becomes a law, the slave holders contpnd that they may take lliei slaves into Nebraska or Kansas in spite of territorial prohibition and they intend to (10 it. But the bill of Douglas doss not allow of prohibition by tha people. The questi...

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. — 13 March 1854

THE PERRY.SBURG JOURNAL. 7 Perrysburg Prices Current. Wheat, $1.10(1. 50; Flour $ 8.008.00; Rye, 50; Corn, 37(rr5(; Oats Utft37; Flaxseed 87(H$1.00; Timothv, $l.50y;2,0O; Clover $4.00(r 1.50 ; Pota tocA'M(SH; Apples, green, ti0&$1.00, dried, $1.25 t 1.50; HaaiH.$I.V5.?l.5(H Butter 15-18 ; Eggs, ID to 12; Beeswax, 22 t 25; Feathers, ,'U to 41; Fresh Fork, 1 to 41; Mess do., $15.00 to 15.00; Prime, $12,50 ; Hams lO(r.'Cl2 i Shoulders 7 to 8 ; Sides 8 to 10; Fish, pickerel $7,50; white buss $5.5o o"Ui.OO ; Shingles, white wood $l.0, pine $2.5',K;OT.0; btavc-s. llour barrel $3. 50 to 3.7 5, tight I.-uto !.V5(KfMi.OO ; 1 lides. ;rreen 3J to 4, dry 7 to S Tallow 8 to "o ; L-u-d 0 to 8 ; Wood ! 1 .-'.".(id .50 : Onions 75 ; Wool 35(f(. 10 cts. Hogs 4 to 4ie. Perrysburg Prices Current. SHERIFF SALE. BY viri:e of two wins if vendi. issued from the clerk's fi.ee cf Allen county, Ohio, I will offer lortslu ut!;e dt or of the court, house in Perrysburg. n the J.:!i day of April next, betwee...

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. — 13 March 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Hurrah for the Family Provision Store! J II. McKNIGHT respectfully announces to the citizens of Perrysburg th.it lie has opened a full stock of GROCERIES & PROVISION Sin Clark's brick building, next door to E. Graham & Co.'s, where may be found a good assortment of Provis ions, Produce and Groceries. His motto is Small Profits and Quirk Sales. Everything in his line will always be lounu. and at the lowest possible in ces. By strict attention to business he respectfully solicits a liberal snare 01 patronage. The following articles comprize part of his stock : Choice Young Hyson Teas at 3, 4, o, G, 7 & 8s. per lb Sugar ; Havana & New Orleans Molasses ; Cider Vinegar, Nuts of all kinds, Rio Coffee, . Candies do Ground Coffee, Rice, Goodassortm't Stoneware Crushed & Pulv. Sugars, Baking Powders. St. Croix New Orleans Mould Candles, Sterine do Star do Cranberries, Bar Soap, VVinsor do Fancy do Sugar Crackers, Common do do Spices of nil kinds. d...

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. — 20 March 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. BY S. CLAIIK. "Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures" 50 In Advance. VOL. 2. PERRYSBURG, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1854. NO. 2. A Biblical Reputation. An old and valuable, correspondent, Mr. Lord, who in now residing in 1 11 i noi s, was a short time since, traveling from Jacksonville to Peoria; in tliut State. As he was passing a small hut by tin: roadside, he noticed a ragged little boy, of about ten years of age, with large eves and no hat, dressed in a worn out nair of his father's trowsers. trving to splintered top of a balance himself on the hickorv slumit. More, for the purpose of breaking the monotony of riding all day without speak ing, than to gain information, Mr. Lord runed his horse up to the fence, and ex claimed. " My little boy, can you tell ine how far it is to Sangamon bottom?" " Tiout six miles, I reckon." " Do you live in that house ?'' inquired Mr. Lord. " I reckon," was the r"ply. " Do you enjoy yourself out here in the woods ?"...

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. — 20 March 1854

10 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1854. 0dTLast week wo made a flying visit to the state capital, but' saw nothing there of very great interest. The town of Columbus is improving quite rapidly, and is now one of the most pleasant and desirable places of residence that we know of in the great west. Railroads have done a great deal for the place, and are yet doing much. As a rail road center it is one of the most important points in the west. The depot buildings are large and showy. The advent of the railroad ra is causing a new style of buildings to bound more or less in all our large and ma ny of our small towns. Wide roofs, octa gon, circular, and all imaginable shapes and angles of walls, may be set down as the rail road style of architecture a style unknown o the ancients. But aside from the influence of railroads, large omount'of public money is annually disbursed in and about Columbus, enough to idd materially to the business of the place Over hal...

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. — 20 March 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 11 A message was received from the Presi dent in relation lo the Black Warrior affair, in reply to the resolution of the House. He says that "there lias been many instances of aggression and insult to the American flag by the Cuban authorities, and all at tempts toobtaiu redress hate becnrnitless." He Fays "the seizure of ihe Black Warrior is a clear case of wrong, and it is but rea sonable to expect indemnity therefor as toon as this unjustifiable and offensive con duct shut I be known to the Spanish Govern ment. The offending party is at our door with large power for aggression, but none, it is alleged, for reparation. The source of redress is in another hemisphere and an swers heretofore received i'uve been mere ex cuses for misconduct of officials. Measures have already been taken to present to the Spanish government, the wanton injuries of the Cuban authorities in the. seizure of , the Black Warrior, and to demand immediate indemnity. In cas-i the measur...

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. — 20 March 1854

12 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. The Letter of the Emperor Napoleon to the Czar. We publish a translation of the Emperor Napoleon's letter to the Emperor of Russia. It had been previously reported that such a letter had been written, but its existence was afterwards denied. But here is the let ter : Palace of the Tuillekies, January 29, 1854. oire : ihc ditterence which has arisen between your Majesty and the Ottoman Porte has assumed such a grave aspect, that I think it right myself to explain directly to your Majesty the part which Fiance has taken in this question, and the means which suggest themselves to me in order to avoid the dangers which menace the tranquility of Lurope. The note which your Majesty has just sent to my Government, and to that of Queen Victoria, endeavors to prove that it was the system of pressure adopted from the commencement by the two maritime powers which alone involved the question in bitter ness. On the contrary, according to my view, the matter would have ...

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. — 20 March 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 13 Look Before you Kick. A minister in one of the orthodox Church es, while on his way to preach a funeral sermon in the country, called to see one of his members, an old widow lady, who lived near the load he was traveling. I lie old lady had just been making sausages, and sin.; ielt proud of them tin y were so plump, round and sweet. Of course she insisted on the minister taking some of the links home to his family, lie objected on account of not having his portmanteau along. This objection was soon over ruled, and the old lady, after wrapping them in u rag, careful ly placed a bundle in each pocket of the preacher's capacious great' coat. Thus equipped he started to the funeral. While attending to the solemn ceremonies of the grave, some hungry dogs scented the sausages, and were not k them to the good man's course this was a great annoyance, and he was several times under the. necessity of kicking these whelps away. The obsequies of the grave being comple...

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. — 20 March 1854

14 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. The Black Warrior at Havana. A letter dated on the first instant, has "been-received by Messrs. Livingston & Co., Js'ew York, agents of the New York and, Al abama steamship company, from Charles Tvnse & Co.. acents of the steamshin Riot-k Warrior, at Havana, which gives the details 01 the seizure ot that vessel by the Spanish authorities at Havana. Tha Captain of the steamer reported to the. boarding officer, , when he. entered, giving his manifest as usu al, in which it was stated that she entered, as it always had been 44 in ballast." It was not discovered that 'there, existed any diffi culty, until the clerk went to the Custom House to get the necessary paper from the Captain of the port, in order ( allow the ship to pass the Moro, and it wes refused, with ihe explanation that there was an in formality in the entry. The boarding officer had attached a note to the manifest of the "Captain, saying, "The ship has entered in ballast, and brings four...

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. — 20 March 1854

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 15 Cure roil Ekvsipixas. A .simple poultice, it is eaid, made of cranberries, pounded fine mid applied in a raw state, has proved a cer tain remedy in many cases, and has never been known to fail in any instance when applied on making its ujipvarance. Persons troubled with the humor will find great and immediate: relief by applying Una simple remedy every lime it fIiows itself. Perrysburg Prices Current. Wheat, $1.00(1.41); Flour $7.00(LCtf.OO; Rye, 50 ; Cora, 37fi'50; Outs 'Aitifil ; Flaxseed 87(&$1.0O; Timothy, $1.50(!rr;!,00; Clover .( t. 005 4. 50 ; Pota toes 37vCH; Apples, green, 50ftt$1.00, dried, $l.a5 i l.;'ni; Beans, r l;jK 1.50 ; Butter 15(?fl8; Eggs, s toH; Beeswax, '11 to '5 ; Feathers, ;U to 44 ; Fresh Pork, 4 to 4 ; Mess do., $15.00 to 15.00; Prime. $li,5i; Hams 1012 ; Shoulders 7 to 8 ; Side to 10; Fish, pickerel $7,50; white bass $ ..'i,,a;.l(l ; Shingles, white wood $1.00, pine !!.5KM.0) ; Staves, Hour barrel $3.50 to 3.75, tight barrel ,...

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. — 20 March 1854

16 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Hurrah for tlic Family Provision Store ! J II. McKNIGIIT respectfully announces to the citizens of Pcrrvsburg that he has opened a full stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS in Clark's brick building, next door to E. Graham & Co.'s, where may be found a good assortment of Provis ions, Produce and Groceries. Ilia motto is S mall Profits and Quick Sales. Everything in his line will always be found, and at the lowest possible pri ces. By strict attention to business he respectfully solicits a liberal share of patronage. The following articles comprize part of his stock : Choice Young Hyson Teas at .'3, 4, 5, G, 7 & 8s. per lb Sugar ; Havana & New Orleans Molasses ; Cider Vinegar, Rio Coffee, Ground Coffee, Crushed & Pulv. St. Croix New Orleans . Mould Candles, Sterine do Star do Cranberries, Bar Soap, "Winsor do Fancy do Sugar Crackers, Common do Nuts of all kinds, Candies do ltice, iood assorting Stoneware Sugars, Baking Powders, do Spices of a...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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