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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 February 1856

THE PEERY$BUR(FOURraur vol. nr. PEURYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2; 1856; NO. 88. New Phases of the War. It 13 stated that in fcngluml tm nour The news from Europe is sufficiently war like to please the most: bellicose ; and accor ding to the Paris correspondent of the N. Y. Com. Advertiser, we are on the eve of great events. No one thinks any longer of peace ; the manner in which Russia has just aeeept d the third point of the Vienna propositions of last year, shows already that no proposi tions which Count Ksterhazy can oiFer will V accepted. In consequence of this feeling: the allies are making active preparations to throw upon the Rhine, in the neighborhood of Strasbourg, an army of 180,003 soldiers, intended first to force the German Slates, and especially Prussia, into some sort of an alli ance by which the commerce between her and Russia will be cut off, and the latter power isolated ; and secondly, to act against Russia through Poland. A few days ago Marshal Paraguay D'E...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 February 1856

298 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 1 Ohio Editorial Convention. RESOLUTIONS. 1. That in the dignity and impersonality with which the late exciting political cam paign wus conducted by the journals of Ohio, the question " what good can editorial conventions do," is answered, 2. That in the growing brotherhood appa rent among the editors of Ohio, is indicated the good work which the interchange of per sonal courtesies will effect. 3. That as in the progress of our state in intelligence and all the elements of national power, the press necessarily assumes the of ilce of censor and exponent, we witness with satisfaction that appreciation of its labors which induces ability an I integrity. 4. That as journalists, in furtherance of the good work whim ui: cultivation ol courtesy has accomplice I, we recommend watchful care for the b'.j uili.il, as the hand maid of the useful, givin j, beauty and utility preference over the morbidly exciting. 5. That as it is only by line, upon line and precept up...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 February 1856

299 Ice Houses for Farmers. GALLAUDET, Jan. 5, 1856. Messrs. Eoitohs: Wishing cool comfort to all good farmers in warm weather, I send you a cheap mode of building an ice house, hoping you will publish it for the benefit of your readers. I got it from a good old far mer, who said no family should be without on. 1 1 is this : Take two-inch oak plank and build u box eight feet square, seven feet high on one side, and ten on t ie other, thus giving a pitch ol three feet for the roof; leave it o-pn three feet at the top on tin Ion feet side for venti lation; double roof it with inch boards twelve feet long, letting them project out a foot at each end ; set in a shady place, on de scending ground, so that surface water will not accumulate; put a few loose boards on the bottom, and linn fill it with saw-dust eighteen inches ; th n procure the ice, from eight inch -s to a foot thick, and build it up six squar' feet, (filling all the crevices with saw-dust.) thus leaving a space all around ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 February 1856

300 THE PERRYSBURG ! JOURNAK Editorial Page. Another Message—Kansas. On Thusday of last week the president de clared himself on the Kansas question. He defined his position. On that day he sent to hoth houses of congress a Message on that subject. The Washington correspondent of the Tribune says of it : The message is in tensely border ruffian. In this unprecedent ed document Mr. Pierce grossly assails Gov. Recder, denounces the Emigrant Aid Socie ty, upholds the border ruffiiu legislature and its enactments, declares the free state move ment to treasonable, and proposes that congress shall originate a movement for the organization of Kansas as a state under bor der ruffian auspices. He is utterly silent as to the Missouri raid on Lawrence, and the murders of Dow, Barber, and others. So base a document never till now emanated from the white house." S3ince the above was in type we hive read the message. It is a smooth, argumen tative, plausible, bit atrocious document. The argument a...

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. — 2 February 1856

THE PERUYSBUIIG MOUKNAL. 301 The London Timss says tliat. 'lit! uvmi mcnt wjll soon re-quire a fresh loan of one hundred millions of dollars. Another fralhei for tfw back of ihe camel John Hull. By the way, wars are much more expensive than ihe-y ued to b . To fiht the Russians two years, hns cost Givat Ilritain more nioivy than the vrhule of our revolution. An effort i now on foot in Washington 1o ppl Nathaniel L I'-inks, to resign the. nom ination for the. ppr-Hlcersdiip in favor of Lew is D. Cuuijibi II. No good mid honest reptib' lienn would strain at a Nat and swallow a Campbell. Cotinskt.. lint f-w of 1 lie rearling public are awar- how continually an editor is cill ed upon to advise, his patrons on every sub ject, frum politics to llie breed of cattle. Through 1 1 ie whole ran.e of our duties none lias perplexed us iwnt than to tell our read ers what to take for a cure when they are sick. Hitherto this has b.en a severe trial to nil our skill, but it will not he hereafter.. W...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 February 1856

302 THE ' PERllYSBURG JOURNAL. lerr ysburg I rices Current. Wheat. $i.t.Cngl.7U; Flour. $K..-,I.(.00 ; Rye, V)0m; Corn, JWiO ; Oats. 2;dM ; Potatoes, :t7 SO; Butter, 1820 ; Egys, TiClS ; A pples, dried, 41.251.50; Peaches, di-iud, $1 .U'Kl. ; IJeuns, $ 1.5t((2.(0; Feathers, I'.KovH ; Fresh Pork, (Xi JJtrof, kQr Tallow, 10 ; L-ird.HVt 12 ; Wool, Si(l0 ll IV. $-J.O!..fil0.Ol); Wood, Jl.SOC'f.'.OO; Salt, $ 2. oaa. ";.; Onions. ST&ft). V.iJu;iSS; Farm fur Halo. WE offer tor s lie, on very reasonable terms, ri ver t:;u t 5M, containing Hl acres: river tract rti), eont. lining J '.Hi uv-rv. nod the we.-t half of south west quarter ot' suction 1 t, 1 . t . s i .'3 , K.S.H.. containing ';t acre, all in Wood county. Ail thi-. land lio-s in ii ! I v, within abmo. ;i njil':-;' 1V:t- burg. Tin; Sarin U well wa;er.d, a.-d !:; upt u a fin J orchard n:id over Ll:) acres of wci I im .h-ovch bind, thj yrc.itijr part of which i i"U ) land oi the very beif quality. For terms, inquire, of NoV."l7, ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 February 1856

THE ' PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 303 FiltltYSBUKG JOURNAL is published every .Saturday, by S. Claiir, at $1 per year, cash in advance, or $ Lit") in trade ; $ l.'Jo cash in (i months, or $ l.SU at the end of tha year. " Those in arrears will be charged at the rate of $ 1.50 for the present aeries until they pay up, when they can get the pa per at the rcdueed price. Paper may bu stopped at any timr? by paying up. Biil(i NOTICE. Ther7u7iVstjuu MAW is now open and prepared to discount hort business p iper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and li istern Exchange, and trinsact other business in their line. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. 0::t. H. 1P.-I.---."Iff AMllfNUTO.V U SI OS IXHVllX Sl'ii Company; (,' ipital $-"iiH,(MM). 1). IS. Duviiwi, Pros' t. (Jeo. Myoatt, Treas. Clevtsliiii.l .iiutii il Insurance Company; Capital . J:V),0:m. Hisks taken on reasonable terms iu tli3 above responsible companies, by 11. II. I o i m ; ; , Agent for Wood county. SJEFFKIlON, Attorney at Law...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 2 February 1856

304 TllW- PERllYSftUilG 'JOURNAL! 100 Reward 1 Ho for the New Comers! ' We understand that Messrs. Fjientb & Bkown rc fitting up a new Gallery for tho purpose of ta- king DA G UERR E O T YPE 8, filling Lockets, Sir. 'on the new and improved German, American and French process. Prices are to be low ; pictures euap ONL V 31 cents! Will open 10th Dec. THEY MUST SUCCEED! Their rooms are in llnod'sbuilding, on Louisiana A venue, between 1st and 2d streets, PicHHYsmum, Ohio. NEW STORE! BI.INN & JUNIftON have just returned from New York and Boston, and arc now opening an extensive and complete assortment of Dry Goods, jci-u,evics, Clolliiiig, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Crockry and Glassware,, elected with especial reference to the wants of Perrysburg and oou county, and offer the same t lower prices than any other establishment in the Muumee Valley. They have bought, the goods for cash, and intend doing a strictly Jill AD Y-1'A Y business, thereby enabling them to sell at rates so ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 February 1856

THE PEKKFSBOM JOURNAL. VOL. III. rEIiRYSBUHG, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1856. NO. 39. Economy of Fuel. A correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger gives some account of a pimple apparatus for wanning houses, lately set up in New York, on tin; premises of Mr. Hecker, which if correct, throws grates, stoves, furnaces, &c, into the shade. The writer says : He now warms his whole premises, consisting of a block of three hoti ses, with out-houses and stables, at a weekly expense for coal of 31, thereby warming! whole with hot vapor, produced from two barrels of water which lusts a week. The Rt.-am. when arrival at its hl.di. sf ,.!.! vation, is there condensed and returns again us water to the small reservoir below, whence il again uscends for the warming process. I he same premises, before, costtfub per week, lor the necessary quantity of coal consumed! The new apparatus costs but little and is capable of being set up in all dwelling hou ses, rnanufdclories, &c. The proprietor ...

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. — 9 February 1856

30G ' THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Who General WAlkeris. A correspon dent of the Washington Star writing to that paper in reference to General Walker, says : As your readers hear a great deal in these " latter days" about General Walker, it may be well enough to tell them who he is. I ac cordingly condense from a narrative furnish ed by an intimate friend' of Walker the fol lowing particulars, which, if you choose, you may publish : William Walker was born, in Nashville, Tennessee, and is now about thirty-three years old. His father is James Walker, Esq., a citizen of Naslmlle, of Scottish birth, and very much respected. His mother was a Miss Norvell, an estimable lady, from Kentucky Walker, after quitting school in his native state which he did with much credit and honor commenced the study of medicine in the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated. Hi then went to Europe, enter ed the medical schools of Paris asastudent, received a diploma there, and after soma time spent in tra...

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. — 9 February 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNALS 307 The Right Position. The Mansfield Herald, in repelling certain assaults upon " Tom Ford," lieu t. governor of Ohio, Iftys down the following judicious and well-timed position, which cannot be too frequently repeated nor loo well under Stood. It is the true republican ground: " We understand republicanism to be the union or fusion of all political parties upon the common ground of opposition to the ex tension of slavery into the territories now free or as it is aptly expressed by the. Mas sachusetts republican convention: 'We re quire no conformity of opinion on other questions of national or state policy. No in an surrendering or qualifying his opinions on those subjects. We all recognize1 the duty of making the question of freedom par amount. To secure unity of action here, we attempt no unity of opinion elsewhere.' " No man in becoming a republican is re quired to renounce his former political opin ions. If he be a tariff man, let him be. a tariff man i...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 February 1856

308 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. jSThe house of representatives at Wash ington succeeded at length, on Saturday last, in enacting the plurality rule, and on the 3d balloting afterwards, Mr. Banks, the repub lican candidate, was elected speaker, and was conducted to the chair by Aiken, the democratic candidate, amid great good feel ing on all sides. The republicans were in the highest spirits. Subsequently Mr. Cul lom, of Tennessee, who was a member of congress and opposed the Nebraska bill on its passage, was elected clerk of the house, Thus has this long contest been brought to a happy termination. Two months have been wasted in vain efforts to prevent the repub licans, who had a large number more votes than either of the other parties, but not quite so many as both, from organizing and con trolling the house. But the great fact is fi nally established that there is a north, and that its numerical superiority must be re spected. . Mr. Kimball, attorney general, in compli...

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. — 9 February 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL 309 GtRMAN Colony in New Leon. The Ger man settlements are extending themselves from Texas into New L-ion in Mexico. The government of New LJon favors their emi gration and offers them political privileges. On the 19th of December an arrangement was concluded between Gen. Vidaurri on the part of the government, and Messrs. Itiotte and Frauenstein on the part of the German emigrants, by which twenty-nine square leagues ore granted, to be equally divided be tween German and Mexican settlers.of which five leagues are destined fur a city. The Ger man colonists are to be regarded as citizens from the moment they enter the territory of New L'Oii; they are to b! subjected to noi taxes for three years, nor to military duty,1 , r . , r r rxcept in case of uvasion or attacks from the Indians, and they are to be protected in the freedom of religious worship. r. ... . . e k k i Germans in South Amkrica.-A monster. contract nus oecn entered into dim ween tne Peruvian gover...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 February 1856

310 THE PElillYSBURG JOURNAL. Perrysburg Prices Current. "Wheat, $1.05(X 1.70 ; Flour. $9,000.09.50 ; Rye, COvG5; Com, 4550 ; Oats, 2o&31 ; Potatoes, 37 (j?)0; Butter, 18tp20; Eggs, 12(18 ; Apples, dried, $1.251.50 ; Teaches, dried, $1.00(f(1.2o ; Beans, ij! 1.50(2.00; Feathers, yi((i44 ; Fresh Fork, ",(!, lJjof, 4(fi55; Tallow, 10((12 ; Larel,10(4l2 ; "Wool, 2 (10; Hay, $-.00((lO.OO ; Wood, $1,511(2.00; Salt, $2.UO2.50; Onions, 37o0. Valuable Farm for Sale. WE offer for sale, on verv reasonable terms, ri ver tract 53, containing 181 J acres: river tract 59, containing VJit acres, and the west half of south west quarter of section 14, in town U.S. It., containing 80 acres, all in Wood county. All this land lies in a body, within about -i miles of Pern s burg. The farm is well watered, and has upon it a tine orchard and over ".'Oil acres of well improved I md, the greater part of which is bottom land of the very bust quality. For terms, inquire of NOV.17, 18V. 27tf Jll'IILlAY &am...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 February 1856

311 1E1UIYSBUJUJ JOURNAL is published every Saturday, by S. Claim;., at $1 per your, cash in advance, or $ 1.25 in trade ; $1.23 cash in ti months, or $1.50 at the end of the year. Those in arrears will be charged at the rate of $1.50 for the present series until they pay up, when they can get the pa per at the reduced price. Papers may ba stopped nt any timo by paying up. BXvKlNU NOTICE. The PKuTriT BANK is now open and prepared to discount, short bn unass paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and K'lstern Exchange, and transact other business in their line. Interest paid on time deposit. J. S. NOKTOX, Cashier. Oct.. 1 1. 18"L--'J!)tf Washing to v vs Ton "ixsuuXitfiiB Company ; Capital lil.Oi Hi. D. B. 1)i:iim', IVes't. Gi:o. Mv;.rr, Trcas. Clnveliiid Milt i il Insurance Company; Capital s-'0'i,(l.Mt. Kisks taken on reasonable terms in tho above responsible companies, by II. II. hoixji:. Agent for Wood county. SJKKFEUKOX. Attorney at Law, Solicitor in Chancery, Land Agent, &c. &...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 9 February 1856

312 THE MRHYSBURG JOUllNAL $100 Reward!-Ho for the New Comers! We understand tliut Messrs. Fkentz & Bhown ivre fitting up a new Gallery for the purpose of tn king DA G UERREO TYPES, tilling Lockets, & c on the new and improved German, American and French process. Prices nre to be low ; pictures cheap-- OiXLY 31 cents! AVill 10th Dec. THEY MUST SUCCEED! Their rooms are in Hood's building, on Louisiana Avenue, between 1st and "id streets, Pkkkymiitkk, Ohio. NEW STORE! BLINN & JILMiSOX have just returned from New York and Boston, and are now opening an extensive and complete assortment of Dry Goads, Groceries, nothing, JJoots and Shoes, Hardware, Crockry and Glusmcare, selected with especial reference to the wants of Perrysburg and Wood county, and offer the same nt lower prices than any other establishment in the Mauinee Valley. They have bought these goods for east), and intend doing a strictly HEAD Y-1'A Y business, thereby enabling them to sell at rates so low as to ast...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1856

THE PERRYSBURti JOURNAL. VOL. IIL PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, I ElilU ARY 16, 1850. NO. 4a Daily Routine ok the English Royal Family. The education of the royal chil dren being a matter in which all must feel interested, a -few details of the, manner in which the day of the royal scholars is divi ded may perhaps be entertaining to our rea ders. A primary regard is paid to moral and religious duties. They rise early, break fast at eight, and dine at two. Their various occupations are allotted out with almost mil itary exactness. One hour finds them engag ed in the study of the ancient, another of the modern authors, their acquaintanceship with languages being first founded on a thor ough knowledge of their grammatical con struction, and afterwards familiarized and jwrfected by conversation. Next they are trained in those military exercises which give dignity and bearing. Another hour is agree ably filled up with the lighter accomplish ments of music and dancing. Again the. hap py lit...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1856

814 i TjiE PlhiltYSBURG JOURNAL; 1 l.l.A Special Message of Gov. Chase. To the General Assembly of the State of Ohio: I transmit for the consideration of the gen eral assembly a communication from certain gentlemen holiling official positions in Kan sas. The urgency of the appeal, made by the communication herewith transmitted, induces me to lay. it before the general as sembly without delay. It is authenticated by the signatures of James H. Lane, chair man of the executive committee of Kansas territory, of Charles Robinson, the governor, and George W. Deitzler, the secretary, elect- eu by the people under the recently adopted state constitution. It represents that an overwhelming force of citizens of Missouri is organising upon the borders of Kansas, with tli3 avowed purpose of invading the territory, demolishing its towns, and butch ering its free state citizens. It appeals for prompt assistance in terms which cannot fail to command your most earnest attention. ! The object of the...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1856

THE .UtYSBURG JOUIINAL. 315 Tilt' .". Nl'W MlKlSTl'll Tf KNi'.f.ANll Mr Dallas is an able and accoinplishedman, and has been : much in public life. . He is a na tive of 'Philadelphia, where he was bom Ju ly 10, 1792, a graduate of Princeton college, Of 'the class of law, and was admitted to the bar in 1813. He went to Russia as pri vate secretary to Mr. Gallatin, who was a member of the. commission to negotiate peace hy the mediation of Alexander. Before, his return he traveled to England; France, Hol land and the Netherlands. He, was assistant secretary of the treasury to his father in 1815 -16, and was appointed deputy attorney general tf Pennsylvania in 1817. He was elected mayor of Philadelphia in 1825, and was by General Jackson appointed district attorney of Pennsylvania in 1829. He. was fleeted to the United States senate, to fill a vacancy, in 1831, and resumed 'Jits profession nt the expiration of his term in 1833, declin ing a re-election. lie was appointed by Van Buren am...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1856

316 THE PEItRYSBURG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. CQfMr. Pierce has issued a threatening proclamation, first against the free slate men of Kansas, towards whom he is doubtess in earnest, and secondly against the border ruf fians of Missouri and other states, merely to keep up appearances. He follows the fuglery of Shannon very well, and adds some extra flourishes of his own for ornament. We see but little chance of relief from this official buffoon ry for a year to come, during all which time the free stale m?n of Kansas must b murdered 1 i Ice outlaws, or else assisted to stand up boldly in self defence. The K. N.s held a convention at Defiance on the 12th inst., and appointed A. J. Field, of Toledo, as delegate for this congressional district to the national convention to be held in Philadelphia on the 22d, to nominate can didates for president and vice president. The recent southern commercial conven tion, assembled at Richmond, Va., numbered in all 22 delegates. This imposing assembl...

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