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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 29 December 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. VOL. III. PtiRRYSfeURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1855. NO. 33. The Guano Isles. Three rocks on the roast of Peru, on which no tree casts its refreshing shade, nor cheer ed by the presence of a single blade of grass; brown in their outward appearance, lying tinder the cloudless and scorching rays of the 6un; and never since the days of the flood have their summits been moistened by a drop of rain, are to-day the lands of the once famous land of gold. These rocks are called the Chinca Islands. A fiVet of vessels constantly surround these isles, like vultures around a carcass, to bar away their choicest portions, namely, the Guano which abounds on them, and which is to restore the broad acres of foreign lands to their pristine fer tility. The amount on the two Lobos which, by the way, were figured on maps and charts as early as the sixteenth o'ntuiy, is comparatively unimportant, lhe most val uable guano is obtained from the Chincas. Those who sail from Call...

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. — 29 December 1855

258 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL Plan of the Allies for Next Year. The Paris correspondent of the N.Y. Times thinks he has got the clue to the future moyef ments of the allies, and in a late letter he gives us the following : . You will not have failed to observe the re markable results obtained by the new gun boats which were tried for the first time, and only as an experiment, at the taking of Kin bum. These boats were built after plans and suggestions made by the Emperor, (Louis Napoleon,) and the first constructions, nec essarily imperfect, are said to be susceptible of important and valuable modifications. Yet they fulfill exactly the want which had been felt from the commencement of the war a boat which could approach armed fortifications without great danger of being destroyed. The English declare the inven tion just the thing required, and at this mo- are encased in ment English ship-builders the construction of 300 of theses boats, and French builders on 100. With these boats the...

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. — 29 December 1855

259 Horace Mann on Slavery. Horace Mann evidently is a free spoken man and is not particularly given to rever-f entiai ejaculations, we. snouui inter, iie cie- livered the first lecture of the anti-slavery i course a i boston, niie, in ws cuuisc .ui laaijtiie iito origiwil (lec-laniatloit, said: j ' '" Jes us Christ himself,, cannot, south of, Mason and' Dixon," have u hearing unless lie -ubmils to, a sort of Missouri compromise find 'adapts his teaching to his latitude Thus,' wlu p the slaveholders lind no comfort in Ihc IVvy Testament they turn to the old. hook' for'aid, but herr-. they meet with btiljic lil tje encouragement. 1 hey can 'there read of ihe'.'fivFt gral abolitionist, ' Mnssf. who inn two miliums of slaves at one jump, ga'h cring th-iu out of Egypt and taking tie. in to-lus thn promised hind. 1 le, indeed, was a slave runner, and should h.ive been now alive, the -conductor of th5 underground - rail-' road. This sanvMneident also, said he, fum- ishos an example, of in...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 29 December 1855

260 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. We tender our readers and friends the com pliments of the season, and wish them one and all a " merry Christmas and a happy new year." This season of hilarity and fun is no time for moralizing or sermonising, but everyone, taking the contagion of the hour, feels that for his own individual self he will -'go it with a rush." There is a time for all things, and among others this is the time to make merry. Success to the fun-makers and the light-hearted all. May they enjoy this and many, many more seasons like it. It is altogether fit and proper that those who can be gay, shuuld improve life's happy seasons while they pass, tor the more sombre time will soon be upon them all, when even the return of a season like this will fail to re move some saddening weight that hangs up on the affections of the heart. Be merry while ye may. 3&0in month of the present session of congress has passed, and yet the house of representatives have elected no ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 29 December 1855

THE PERRYSBURGF JOURNAL 2C1 From Missouri Democrat of the 20th. No War in Kansas—Sharp's Rifles still in Lawrence—The Missourians March Home. We had an interview last evening with Gen. Slwikland, just returned from the scene, of the lute difficulties -in Kansas, giving us very interesting information of the present position of affairs in the territory. He in forms us that thf? report published in the ci ty yesterday afternoon of the surrender of their arms by trie people ol Lawrence is to tally incorrect. The propositions of peace came from Atchison and Shannon, at a coun cil held in Lawrence last Friday and Satur day, at which a treaty of peace was conclu ded. To the demand made upon them to obey the laws und deliver up the arms, the people of Lawrence responded by professing their constant willingness to do the former, but flatly refusing to yield the latter point. On these terms, hostilities terminated, and the Missouri troops received orders on Sun day morning to disband. The Mi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 29 December 1855

THE PERlty SBXJliGr JOURNAL; 2.G2' I'crrysburg Prices Carrcwt Wheat, $l.G6ft51.70 ; Flour. gH.aOll.OO Rye. 7580; Corn, ti ;(' 10 ; Oats, 2.i81 ; Potatoes,. 37 Butter, 18(20; Eggs, I2(?rl8 ; Apples, dried, wr.25(71.50 r Teaches1, dnied, : $ t.uu?!l.25"i Beans,' $L25(rjl.50; Feathers, 3KC44 ; Fresh Pork, ti8 ; ! Beef. 3i(tt4;. Tallow, 10fl2 i Lard,10(,12 ; Wool,! :.H'r:iO; ll.iy, 3.t!0;(,10.00 ; Wood, l.adl'.UO ; - i Snlt,-$2.WM2.A(M Or.ioits, ift.SO. OCIIOOli JLiXAMIXEilS. 1 he board of kj School Examiners of Wood county, will meet at-' Froeporf, at ) o'clock a. m., on the ecoil Tuch diy of Jatiiiftfv, 185(j, for the examination of teach ers. . " F. HOLLENBECK. nwn, m.--fit;wi. fEN"WANTjKJt.--Two"w 1threoV''l' l.JL wanted to chop logs and work in a saw-mill, 1 1 miles edit of FVrryi-burg, on stoik.pikcfor which good wages will 13c given'. . 11, E. WOOD., ' 'Dee. 0. .S'i"'.--"Hw-lt ' ' ' : ' . rir- i G fxrcot Bargains now ptfercd; :. -: 1EOBGE F KOUIXSOX has. opened, in. his T new sto...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 29 December 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 2Go TJEKUYSBt'KG JOURNAL is published every Saturday, bv S. Clark., at $1 per year, cash in advance, or $1.2.1 in trade ; $l.V!3ciish in (I months, or $ 1.50 at the end of the year. '1'hose in arrears will he charged ut the ratc'of $1.50 for the present series until they pay up, when they can get the pa per at the reduced price." - Tapers may be stopped at any time by paying up. B ANION G NOTICE. The Pkkkysuuko BANK is now open und prepared to discount ulun-t business paper, btiv and sell Gold, Silver, and Eastern Exchange, anil transact otlier business in their line. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NO HTON, Cashier. Oct. 14. .r4. L'fltf 171 ' TTTASIIIXGTOY UNION INSURANCE ( 'ouipany ; Capital .f'J'iOtuo. 1). 1. Dunham. Pros'. (Jiio. Mvott, Trens. Cleveland Mutual Insurance Company ; Capital ''0ii, oi to. Uisks taken on reasonable terms; in the aliove responsible companies, by H. II. I)oif! k. Agent for Wood county. ( "ZZ T" -" YrVwV.T" T,- i VV: r, , i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 29 December 1855

204 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Cosmopolitan Art Association. SECOND YEAR. ARRANGEMENTS for the second annual col lection of this new and popular institution for the diffusion of Literature and Art, have been made on the most extensive scale. Among the works al ready engaged, is the far-famed " GENOA CRU CIFIX," which originully cost $10,1)00. In forming the new collection, the diffusion of works of American art, and the encouragement of American genius, have not been overlooked. Com missions have been issued to many of the most dis tinguished Ameri-an artists, who will contribute some of their finest productions. Among them are three Marble Busts, executed by the greatest living sculptor Hi ham Powers GEORGE WASHINGTON, The Father of his Country; BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.tUe Philosopher ; DANIEL WEBSTER, the Statesman. A special agent lias visited Europe and made careful and judicious selections of foreign works of art, both in bronze and marble ; statuary and choice aintings. The whole formi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1856

inrj r Jiiiit i od u iiu ju urinal. vol. nr. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5,"l8G6l NO. 34. Incidents of the Kansas War. Mr. Wood, of Lawrence City, relates to ng some interesting facts which transpired during the Hegc. of that place, tending to show the spirit of the partu s. While lorceswere encamped in the. vieiu-!sjv,. ity, new.s was received thatthey intended plant their cannon on an ( minence about Halt a nine iroin ine iowii, iroin wiiicu wiey ; were, to deal out death and destruction upon t he inhabitants of Lawrence and their hous- cs. Thereupon the besieged sent men to erect a target on the. very spot selected as a site lor tlu; cannon, and pioceedeu to lire at ; it with their "Sharpe Kifks. hitting the murk Jour times out of five. The invaders; concluded that would be an unsafe place. inuring me nine wnen on auacK on me ; towu wis daily looked lor. ttie tree slate camp was surprised by a visit from a com pany of Delaware Indians. Having heard of the. troubles with, ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1856

2G6 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Hi CARRIERS ADDRESS To the Patrons of the Perryshurg Journal, January 1st, 1856, DIED: On December thirty-first, at twelve o'clock nt niglit, At the solemn hush of evening, by the melancholy light Of the moon and stars that round his head a mournful halo give. The decrepid, way-worn being, Eighteen Hundred Fifty-Five ! BORN: 111 (Ell Free and fresh as morning, January first, Full of health and vigor, into life he burst ; Laughing at the cold winds ; full of merry tricks The gallant cavalier, Eighteen Hundred Fifty-Six. Awake then and rejoice, to greet the youthful king, With many a merry shout let's make the welkin ring ; And while around his throne exultingly we press, I'll mount the stump and read THE CARRIER'S ADDRESS. w ill im if o,. Friends, patrons, countrymen, with earnest heart, A heart of gratitude and love sincere, That every blessing gladly would impart. We wish you alia happy, bright New Year. O, may your hearts be ever light and warm, O, may ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 2G7 Letter From Francis P. Blair. Sha'ku Springs Maryland, ) December 12, 1855. J To Messrs. Daniel It. Goodlot, and Lewis Clcphane, corresponding committee of the liepullican Association of Washington City, D. C. Gentlemen : Having relinquished political employment, and, to avoid encountering again iis anxieties, addicted myself to coun try life, 1 urn constrained to decline your in vitation lo join the Republican Association of Washington City, although templed by ihe honor of becoming its presiding officer. Yet I feel it my duty to say, that in the main I concur in 'the; aims of the Associa tion. To exclude slavery from the. lerri to rn s of the United States, and to rebuke the violation of the compromises which were made to sland as covenants between the slave, and free slate s to effect that exclusion, are, in my opinion, the most important movenvnts which have engaged the public inind since the revolution. The, extension of slavery over the new ter rito...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1856

208 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. interest which makes it a unit. It confides in the success which has crowned the oli garchy everywhere in the old world, and se cured its triumphs on the maxim, " divide and conquer." The whigs and democrats of the south are a combination, to carry into the next presidency soma candidate absolute in maintaining the repealing clause of the Kansas bill, which nullifies the principles of the ordinance, the provisions of the consti tution made to give them effect, and all the compromises which have been made in pur suance of them, with the sanctions of all sections of the Union. If the majority favorable to the policy built up with our government will unite. accept the issue tendered by the administra tion, ami make th clause of the Kansas impending contest for be restored that ha tions. bv onenin cniith in cliivprv rVU rnmnrMinicoo nf 1 ftH and 1850 beins restored, there will not be a! territory of the United States from slavery, on which it can 1 and Mr. At...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 2 GO Rr.w.vnni of Mgcmaxical Gkxius. It stated in tin; Scientific American that. 1 1 it riht to a portion of Ward's Patent Shingle Machine was recently sold in Albany lor &T.000. A portion of R'd -r(so;i's S -wing Maehiui has also b-on sold for 30,000. Tliis is nil invention which can be. curried in tin pocket, iind will enable a seams! ivss to do in one. tiny tin; ordinary labor of a week. Midlines of this kind are about to b c.-ou-Mnicted in New llavt n, Con., by the Messrs. Jerome, at 10-apiece ; the manufacturers are now ronstruciiny lb.: in ie Vui'-ry, mil rx jn'ct t s 11 or icr- in J.uin iry. Howe's P.i teiit Saving Machine j iclds, it is paid. 000 for licences to us .. it : and iSiie'er's .Ma chine, puts T.j.OUO into ihe pockets of tin owners. 11 i il it?, to tiro us , of a C rn Plan (cr have been sob I to the amount of 30,000. Clark's Patent Pump sold for tfS'J.O'JU. A portion of the l ilit to an Apple Paring Ma chine, 82.000. Cr'atnVs Patent Car ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1856

270 Perrysburg Prices Carrcnt. "Wheat, $1.05 1.70; Flour. $8.S0(t!).00 ; Rve, 7."f(CS0; Corn, 35(C40; Oats, 25t(31 ; Potatoes, "iS7 dt'iO; I5irt.ter,18:?20; Eggs, 1'218; Apples, dried, $l.2o1.50; Peaches, dried, $ 1.0O((Tl.'25 ; Leans, l.2.ieCl.50; Feathers. 3141; Fresh Pork, C(f.8; lJeef, 3.J(?4; Tallow, 10(12 ; Lard.lOtvt- 12 ; Wool, 2.1,71:30; jav, $8.O0.e 10.00 ; "Wood, $1.5'K2.00 ; Salt, $2.00(2.50; Onions, 37(T(50. OCIIOOL. UXAiMlMJUS. The board of O School Examiners of Wood county, will meet at Freeport, at 0 o'clock A. m., on the second Tues day of Januarv, 1850, for the examination of teach ers. " F. HOLLENliECK. Eve. 15, 1855. 31 w4 Miis wXNTliin lwer.vih wanted to chop logs and work in a saw-mill, 1 1 miles east of Perrysburg, on stone pike, for which good wage will be"given. II. L. WOOD. Dec. ti. lSS-HOwt Great Bargains now ojfercd. tEOPvOE F. KOIHNSON has opened, in his VT new store, No. 5, Gardiner's lhiildin;s. Toledo, Ohio, the finest assortment of BOOKS - STA TIONER...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1856

THE PERUYSBURG JOURNAL. 271 'PKKIIYSIUTKU JOURNAL U published every X Saturday, bv S. Ci.ahk., at :St per year, cash in! mtvanee, or 1 .2.) m trade ; Q, I.Jo casli in t months, : or $ 1.50 at the end of the year. Thostj in arrears j n!ll I... .I.-,,.,-., I ..f !,. ...., rl' S 1 Ml f, , ., ,,..,,,, nerie until ti,-:y ay up, whenhey can yet the pu- tier at tho re.divsd price. Papers m;i v stooped at any tima by paying' up. I :i ti Ji D T1V ii. Tho T i: it kysuuu J) Jt.liXX is now open and prcparKd ti) discount liort business piper, buy and sell Gold, .Silver, and F.a-itern Exchange, and transact ullier business in their line. Interest paid on time deposits. J. . NOllTON, Cashier. Oct. 1 1. TS.--t. 2rtf WAWIiL7TO U.IOsTsSUItANCiJ Company; Capital f )!.).); )( ). I). II. I)iTNiiM, Pres't. Gi:o. Mvcvtt, Treas. Cluveliiu 1 iYI.it nil Liiiirauce Company? Capital jjL'iiD.iM!!). KisUa taken on reasonable terms in the above ri'spon-ible companies, by I!. II. Dnnui:, Asrent for Wood county. - ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1856

272 THE PERltYSBURG JOURNAL. Cosmopolitan Art Association. SI! CON D YEAH. 4 1UIANGEMENTS for the second annual col Jt. lection of this new mid popular institution for the diffusion of Literature and Art, have been made on the most extensive iic'ule. Among t'ne works al ready engaged, is the far-fumed " (IENOA VRU- CFX,:' which originally cost li.;ti. J'.l lorming me new collection, me tunn-iou in wm ks of American art, and the encouragement of American genius, have not been ovcrhn Ked. i ,'oiu-iiii.-ir.inns have been isued to many of the most dis tinguished Amri-an artists, wiio will contribute sunn of their lin'.-sf productions. Am ng them are three Marble Busts, executed by the greatest living sr u I p t or 1 1 1 1! A At Pi W K I; Si (! EDUCE WASHINGTON, The Father of ids Ooimtn ; BENJAMIN I'll AN KI.I X, the Pl.ilosoj.1ier ; DANIEL WElitiTEli, the Stat -sunui. A spoei.il agent has visited lliifnpu and mad..; careful and judicious selections of foreign works of art, both in bronz...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 12 January 1856

THE PERRYSBURGr JOURNAL. VOL. III. PERKYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 185G. NO. 35. President's Message. Ftllow Citizens of the Senate and the House ' of It eprt-jenta tives : The constitution of the United State? pro vides that congress shall assemble annually on the fust Monday of December, and it lias been usual for the president to make no com munication of a public character to the sen -ute and house of representatives until cdvis ed of their readiness to receive it. I have deferred to this usage until the close of ihe first month of the session, but my convictions of duty will not permit me longer to post- pone the discharge of the obligation enjoined j the constitution upon the president, " oil-, ir itio rnnnnvss i nfi irtn;i t inn of the stall e" ' ' o " " . of the Union, and recommend to their con sideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient." It is matter of congratulation that the re public is tranquilly advancing in a career of prosperity and p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 12 January 1856

274 THE PERRYSI3URG ' JOURNAL.': subject only to such restrictions in this rela tion as the law s of war, the usage of nations, or special treaties, may impose ; and it is our sovereign right that our territory and ju risdiction shall not be invaded by either of the belligerent parties, for the transit of their armies, the operations of their fleets, the levy of troops for their service, the fitting out of cruisers by or against either, or any other act or incident of war. And these undeniable rights of neutrality, individual and national, the United States will under no circumstan ces surrender. In pursuance of this policy, the. laws of the United States do not forbid their citizens to sell to either ot the belligerent powers articles, contraband of war, or to take mu nitions of war or soldiers on board their pri vate ships for transportation; and although, in so doing, the individual citizen exposes his property or person to some of the hazards of war, his acts do not involve any ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 12 January 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 275 to be paid as commutation among the gov ernments, according to the respective pro portions of their maritima commerce to and from the Baltic. I have declined on behalf of the United States to accept this Invita tion, for the most cogent reasons. One is, that Denmark does not offer to submit to the convention the question of her right to levy the Sound dues. A second is, that, if the convention were allowed to take cognizance of that particular question, still it would not be competent to deal with the great in ternational principle involved which affects the right in other case6 of navigation and commercial freedom, as well as that of ac cess to the Baltic. Above all, by the express terms of the proposition it is contemplated, thut the consideration of the Sound dues shall be commingled with and made subor dinate to a matter wholly extraneous, the balance of power among the governments of Europe. While, however,rejecting this proposition, and insisting on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 12 January 1856

27G THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Important as this addition to our naval force is, it still remains inadequate to the contin gent exigencies of the protection of the ex tensive sea coast and vast commercial inter ests of the United States. In view of this fact, and of the acknowledged wisdon of the policy of a gradual and systematic increase of the navy, an appropriation is recommen ded for ths construction of six steam sloops of war.. In regard to the steps taken in execution of the act of congress to promote the effi ciency of the navy, it is unnecessrry for ma to say more than to express entire concurrence in the observations on that subject presen ted by tha secretary in his report. POST-OFFICE. It will be perceived by the report of the. Tost master-General, that the gross expendi ture of the department for the last fiscal year was $9,963,342, and the gross receipts, 7,312,136 making an excess of expendi ture over receipts of $2,626,206 ; and that the cost of mail transportation duri...

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