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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 22 March 1856

THE PERIIYSBURG JOURNAL 357 ISuiiuN.Tr;jN. Iowa. Th Burlington Tel egraph says that contracts for buildings to hi erected in that city during tin present year have ill ready bjen entered into, involving the txnnditure of hilf a million of dollars. The Pari (Ivy.) Citizen says that twenty five hundred mules were sold in that town on the. 1st of M irch (county court day), some by auction ami some by private sale. Tlv two auctioneers report that their sales of mules, horses and slaves, amounted on that day to the handsome sum of 70,270.53. Cnlon"l IJ-ntou contradicts the statement made ut the. Pittsburg Convention, by Mr. Greeley, that he was favorable to the abolish ment of slavery in Missouri. He. says h" never exchanged a word with Mr. Greeley on the subject, and that lies must have got his inform ition from soini third p -rson, who uas ignorant of his whole language! and con duct upon the subject. Evkkktt and Story. Elward Everett was entertained at a public dinner before leaving J...

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. — 22 March 1856

358 TIIF PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. s -50 bushels of genuine PRING WHEAT. Fife" Sunny W heat for sale by March 15, 185(5. 44w4 K. 13. FECK & Co NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned hare been duly appointed administrators of the estate of George SV. Baird, deceased, late of the township of Ferrysburg, Wood county, Ohio, and are authorized to settle the same. Fersons having claims nguiiut said estate are requested to present them, duly authenticated, tor settlement ; and those who are indebted to said estate are requested to make payment without cbiay. C?URLESC1RD. Admlnbtraton. Ferrysburg. March 13, S5li.--44w,1 J" OST OK STOLEN, between the '24th and A 28th of February, a FORT MONNIE, con taining a two-dollar bill and 75 cents in silver ; al ", two note on Feter Craker one for $72, given the 9th, ami the other for 78, given the JOth day of May, 1-35 5, due one year from date, with indorse ment on the latter of $25 and $32. An ne find ing the same, will oblige the owner by return...

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. — 22 March 1856

THE PERRYSBURGr JOURNAL. 359 w D. VSIHNGTO.Y UNION INSURANCE in;.iiiv ; Capital ;IHUMM). B. Diixii vm, Pres't. Gi:o. Mvjtt, Treas. P JRRYSBITRG JOURNAL is published erery X Saturday, by S. Claur, at 1 per year, cash in advance, or 1.25 iri tradd ; ."JLlijcash in 0 months, or .-J 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 be stopped at any time by paying up. BANKING NOTICE. The Puitursmjiici HANii U now open an 1 prepared to discount, short butiness paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and E istern Exchange, and transact other business in their ni. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. U. 1S,-4. 29tf Cl3V(il;tti I AI 1 1 ii 1 1 Insurance Company ; Capital M,00i. Bisks taken on reasonable termsi C iii above responsible companies, bv II. II. I)oP(!i:. Agent for Wood county. SJHFFKRsSON, Attorney at Law, Solicitor in Ciiaacery...

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. — 22 March 1856

300 $100 Reward!-Ho for the New Comers! We understand that Messrs. Fkentjs & Drown nre fitting up a new Gallery for the purpose of ta king DA G UERREO TYPES, filling Lockets, &c on the new and improved German, American and French process. Prices are to be low ; pictures cheap ONE Y 31 cents! Will open 10th Dec. THEY MUST SUCCEED! Their rooms are in Hood's building, on Louisiana Avenue, between 1st and 2d streets, Peurymduhm, Ohio. NEW STORE! BL1NJV & JEXISOX have just returned from New York and Boston, and are now opening an extensive and complete assortment of Iry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Hoots und Shoes, Hardware, Crochry and Glassware, selected with especial reference to the wants of Perrysburg and Wood county, and otter the same at lower prices than any other establishment in the .Mauineo Valley. They havo bought these goods for cash, and intend doing a strictly READY-PA Y bmines thereby enabling them to Bell at rates so low as to astonish those who have bought he...

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. — 29 March 1856

THE PERRYSBUM JOURNAL. VOL. III. PEKRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY. MARCH 29, 1S5G. NO. 46. Science and Revelation. The Scientific American presents the fol lowing as the substance of a late paper by Prof. Dana, of Yale college, it being the the ory of a very learned and pious man, on the history of the creation of the world, mid the J latest, clearest and best We have 6een. tie states that geology proves our earth to have Iven at one time a fiery ball in space ; then dry land and seas appeared, with a tropical climate over the whole globe. At a later period, mountains began to enlarge, the dry land to expand, a temperate climate to gath er about the poles, and tribes of animals be came more localised. Then, in the last age before man, the continents take their full breadth; rivers flow, every where valleys are formed; the zones of climate become n-arly like our own, and every region of the globe, has its peculiar fauna. " finally, the features and climates and life attain all their presen...

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 March 1856

3G2 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Earthquake at Jeddo. A trading vessel which h is arrived at San Francisco from Japan reports an earthquake in the Island of Niphon on the llih of No vember last, in which the city of Jeddo suf fered tha loss of a hundred thousand houses and thirty thousand inhabitants. Japan H a volcanic country. Ever since it has been known to Europeans, earthquakes liave from time to time occurred there ; and no longer ago than last year there happened one by whie i the town of Simoda, our trea ty port in the Island of Nipnon, was great ly damaged, and a Russian frigate then ly ing in the harbor totally disabled. Jeddo was reported to have sufFered somewhat from that shack; and without putting implicit re liance in the extent of the injury inflicted by the present on-?, we may well bjlieve that it has been very serious. In the case of earthquakes in Japan the. in jury done is almost always aggravated by fires, common everywhere on such occasions, but to which thi Japane...

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 March 1856

THE' PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 363 Singular Divorce Case. The New Voi It and Philadelphia papers contain full reports of one of ilie most sin mi at1 . unit. mnsidprini the reputation and standing of one of the parties interested, one of the most important cases that has ever been tried in this country. The facts rela ting to it, are substantially these : Rnfus W. Oriswold, who was at one time a distinguish Hi and highly respectable clergyman, but who is more generally known to the public as the fditor of the book upon American poets, was married In Philadelphia in 1845. to a lady of ample fortune end of accomplished manners, who resided in Charleston. S. C. The lady at the time of the marriag", was on r visit to Philadelphia, in company with a tune relations, and while on this visit Mr. Griswold became acquainted with her and married her. He had been previously mar ried, but whs at the time of his second mar- il.ifni wn iiwrr with two children, lie r presented to the lady to whom he now o...

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. — 29 March 1856

3G4 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. The next term of the district court for Wood county will commence May 20th. On Wednesday last, we saw the carcases of three bears, token through here to Toledo for sale. They were killed in Jackson twp. ' jZST'Tbe state auditor's report is a valuable statistical document. In it we see the rale per cent, of taxation in all the shire towns of Ohio, and find that of Perrysburg the high est. List year it was $3.87 on the J? 100 of valuation; in 1851, it was $1.10; in 1853, it was $6.D0; in 1853, it was $6.13. Our rates of taxation are thus gradually decreas ing, and 83 soon as we are relieved of the interest on the Dayton K. R. bonds, the rate of taxation here will be at least tolerable. It is difficult to see. why this should be de layed to the end of another year. jZThe recent " American" state conven tion at Columbus refused to endorse the noin- ination of Fillmore and D.inelson, whereup on the minority seceded and held an endors ing meetin...

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. — 29 March 1856

365 Border Rufianismin Ohio—An Anti-Slavery Meeting Broken up by Virginians. A correspondent of the Ironton Register, writing from Quaker Bottom, under date of the 17th inst.. says: List Friday evening at the close of an anti slavery meeting in this place, when most of our people had dis persed, we were assailed by a band of men from Virginia, armed with clubs. We were not expecting such an attack and were en tirely unprepared for it. Onu of our men, A. S. Procter, was assailed first with a club and then with an axe, the assailant swear ing he mant to kill him; others shouted kill him," " G d d n him, lull him," and when upon the ground struggling with his adversary, he was struck over the, head with a rail, and . doubiles would have. been killed had he not been saved by his friends. Henry Radford received a blow upon the forehead from a rock, cutting it very severe ly. Rev. Mr. Adams received a heavy blow, injuring him considerably. A young man, Nathaniel Ildl. was knoilV'd down tw...

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. — 29 March 1856

30C THE PEItllYSBURG JOURNAL. uriuNo WIIEAT.- O v Fife" Spring Wheat for sale bv March 15, 185b.--44w4 50 bushels of genuine v . E. D. PECK & Co. TIT ANTED 50,000 Hoop Poles; nil kinds of T i hickory taken. Also, Staves of nil kinds, from Pork Barrel to Pipe. 1$. F. HOLLISTE14. THE COl'HT OF COMMON PLEAS, WOOU COUNTY. Ferdinand Just, plaintiff, vs. Mnthcriue Lo Timbre, George M. Parsons, defendant. f"HIE defondant, Mathurine Lc Timbre, will take X notice that Ferdinand Just has filed a petition in the court of common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, asking to establish a power of attorney from Le Timber to George M. Parsons ubout 1848, au thorizing him generally to sell anil convey the N. E. qr. of the N. E. qr. of section 28, T. 5 north, K. 10 east, Wood county, Ohio, containing' 40 acres: which power of attorney was lost without record ; and to compel a conveyance of said land from said Parsons to plaintiff, in pursuance of a sale made by him to A. Walters, January 1'0, 1M;"1, and ...

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. — 29 March 1856

THE PEItUYSBURG JOURNAL. 36 P'MUl Y.-SB UUU JO UllNA L is published every Saturday, by ;i. Clauk, at $1 per year, cash inj advance, or $ l.2 in trade ; ,f l.J.casli in h months, or $ l.0 at the end of the yeitr. Those in arrears will bj chargjd ut tha rate of $ 1.50 for the present suri js until they pay up, when they can get the pa per at thu reduuod price. Papers may brt stopped atany tim bv pavingtip. B.VVKI NOTICE. The Fuitiirsnuiiu llANli. is n nv opju and preparad to discount sliort business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and Eisteni Exchange, an 1 transact other business in their line. Interest paid on tims deposits. .1. S. NOitTON, Cashier. Oct. I t. 1?-1. 20tf WASHINGTON UNION INHUit.VNCE Company; Capital l.Oitil. D. 1$. Dunham, Prest. (ii:o. Mvimtt, Treas. Cloveland Mtituil Insurance Company; Capital ii'J'),U'Ji. Risks taken on reasonable terms in thd above responsible companies, by II. II. Doikjk, Agent for Wood county. SJEFFE11SON, Attorney at Law, Solicitor in Chance...

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. — 29 March 1856

3G8 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Administrator' (Sale. Nelson Kuder, udm'rof James Cmwwej's estate, vs. Catherine Conawey et at. ON the 19th of April. lfcW(i, between 10 a. m. nnd 4 i. M., at the door of the court house in Per rysburg, Wood county, Ohio,"! will sell to the high est bidder, the north east quarter of the south west quarter of section one, town five north, of range nine east, in said county, containing foitv acres, us tlie property of James Conawev. deceased. Terms, cash in hand. ,. NELSON KUDER, Admr. S. Jkkkkuson, Atty. March '22, l-iOli.--i.jw4$1.50 r....mn r..n.... i r , . . . . .uaumoo loncj. i iiej iiiive oougiit these goods tor casli, ana intend doing a strictly JiEADl-PA l' NEW STORE! BIiINN A: JENISON have just returned from New York and Boston, mid 'tire now opening an extensive and complete assortment of " Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Bouts and Shoes, Hardware, Crockry unci Glassware, selected with especial reference to the wants of Perrysburg and Wood county,...

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. — 5 April 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. VOL. III. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 185G. KO. 4' The N. Y. Tri built contains accounts of the movements of southern men to Kansas liitving immediate reference to making it a si live state. The men who are going there for this purpose admit that when they shall have succeeded in their mission, they shall return hums. It is this class mainly who will vote, while in Kansas, to curse that ter ritory with slavery. Those who intend to i make it their home, are, as a general thing whether fiotn the north or south, in favor of making it a free slate. We have already, on ii former occasion, alluded to a debate in the (ieorgia legislature, where the speaker a vow ed that the sending of bona file emigrants to Kansas with a view of making it a slave state, was almost a hopeless proceeding. He declared that of some eighty persons who had r.one lrom Jennessee, seventy odd voted Hie! tree state ticket at the hist election ; and that of ten or a dozen from Georgia...

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. — 5 April 1856

370 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Cuba A Largk Suoar Estate In the Southern Christian Advocate we find an in teresting letter from an American at Cuba, fr.om which we extract the following. The writer was a guest at tin sugar estate known as the " Flower of Cuba," and says : This estate contains five thousand acres of productive lands. We rode for hours through immense fields of sugar cane, twelve to eighteen feet high. These fields are di vided by beautiful avenue3 of royal palm and mango trees. Miny of the trass are from sixty to eighty feet high, in tin distance looking like white marble columns. They comm nee cutting the cane in D ;cemb?r, and the top is used as food for cattle. In Louis iana cane has to be renewed annually here, once in ten or fifteen years. It is hauled in carts drawn by ox mi to the sugar mill, which is usually locited in the centre of the farm. Formerly thi grinding was done by ox power, but recently the American engine has been introduced. The buildings and machi...

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. — 5 April 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL' 371 The Metropolis of the New World. Such, without exaggeration, in population, Wealth, enterprise and intelligence, is the ci ty of New York. Considering her nge, she has no equal in the world. London and Par is, the only titles of Europe that surpass New York in population, have been cities und Capitals for ten centuries. Yet the great est of these, Loudon the long boasted arbi ter of the moneyed exchanges und commerce of the world will, ere. the close of the pres ent century, be outstripped by New York if her growth continues in the ratio of the past ten years. The magnitude and rapidity of the growth of New York are realized by few, even of those born und living life-long in our midst. The last census (1855) surprised some, in r.tving New York 'population of only 629, SIO souls though ibis was nearly doubling our population in ten years; the census ol 1S15 gives us but .771.221 souls. Those who were thus surprised did not' reflect that our suburbs, rising...

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. — 5 April 1856

372 THE PERRYSBURG -JOURNAL. Editorial Page. The turbulent Maumee has finally subsided to its wonted calmness and placidity. But the evidences of the late war of ice are still plentiful. Cakes of ice,' like great rocks, weighing from five to twenty tons each, lie piled upon the docks and bottom lands in great profusion. The road track, this side of the Maumee bridge, is much damiged, unci will require some time, and perhaps $500 or $390 to repair it. This will mik a hole in the 5,499 contract of Messrs. White & Parks for keeping the road in repair. Others how ever lose heavily in the way offences, dam ages, &c, and have no such comfortable re source to fall back upon. The. two new ves sels building by Messrs. Jenison & Blinn, made a narrow escape undamaged. No such quantity of ice was ever before seen in the liver by the present generation of men. j9"It is proposed to raise the pay of mem bers of congress to $12 per day, because they cannot live, " as they are expected t...

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. — 5 April 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL 37 PuitCHASK Of Slf.VFR BY THE MlNT.- The director of the U. S. Mint, has given notice that purchases of silver will be paid tor as at present, at $1,221 cts. per standard troy ounce, tlu payments to b. made in silver coin of the new issues. Thi3 will make the lull weight five franc piece be 99 cts., old Spanish dollars 103 els, Mexican and South American dollars 1061 cts., half dollars of the United Slates 52$ cts. The bulwarks of the new war bteamer Ful ton, are. nude entirely of wire. An advan tage which they possess over common wood en bulwarks is, that in case a Heavy sea should happen to wash the deck, the water will disappear immediately instead of re mainiim 011 board, as is the case with the wooden. Plula.leJpliiu pays forty p;rc'ut. of all the 1 n v..-- ! j. I in 1 (in ut .1 1 u In r 1 1 it simnnr I i) r t lie commonwealth. This is u tolerably large share to bear, but the local taxation is iiifi-J nite.lv more gmerous. It amounts this yearif as much ...

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. — 5 April 1856

374 THE PERltYSBURG . JOURNAL. Free love (animal philosophy) is in Iron b!e at Yellow Springs, Ohio. The owner of this water-cure establishment rented it to Dr. Nichols, and attempted to put him in nos Kession, but the present lessees claim till June, and forcibly ejected Dr. Nichols and the owner from the premises. Of course a formidable lawsuit will yrow out of it. Perrysburg Prices Carrent. "Wheat. $l.23l.e5; Flour. $S.00S.5O ; Rye, fioVji'i; Corn, 4.V"0 ; Oats, 2ruiM ; Potatoes, 5' ec..7;' ; Butter, 18(jf.i0; Eggs, 12 ; Apples.dried, 1.2 )t.50 ; readies, dried, $ 1.25(r?:2.oO ; Beans, 1.50'v'5'i.OO; Feathers, 3l$44 ; Fresh Pork, "WjO ; Keel', 49l; Tallow, 1012 ; Lard.lOW.l'i ; Wool, l!5frl"t0; Hav, $S.00,r(10.00; Wood, $ t.oO(tS-00 ; S ilt, $2.00(2.00; Onions, 3750. Timothy, $2.50g3.00 ; Clover Seed, $0.00(37.00. O School Examiners of Wood county, will meet in Pnrtageville nt !) o'clock A. m., on the second Tues day of April, 185(1, for the examination of teachers. March 1.3, 18...

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. — 5 April 1856

THE PERUYS13UKG JOURNAL. n f " PtllY.-iiiUiMJ JOURNALS published every Saturday, by ri. Clark., at $1 per year, cash in advance, or $ l.'2 in trade; $ 1. 2d cash in K months, or $1.5 J at this end of the year. Those in arrears will bj chirgjJ at thd rate of $1.50 for the present series until tiiey pay Up, when tlley Oun get the pa per at t!iu reduced price. Papers ui iv In st ied at any tima by paying' up. BWKI.MJ iVOi'IUU. The PiiimrsBuim 11AXX ii n.v iipoii and prepared to discount short biniiuts p iper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and Kutern Excli nyo, an I transact other business in their lin;;. Interest paid on tiiTe deposits, J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. 1 1. H-V-L '"Iff WAMin.vurov union insuu.vnci: Company : Capital ji'J'Hj.iioo. ). 15. Dj.xiivm", Pros t. Guo. Mvuatt, Treas, Clevel.iiil Mituil Insurance Company; Capital ,Ui.tC. ICislia taUen on reasonable terms in the above responsible companies, by II. II. 1)oduk, Agent for Wood county. JKFFEKSON, Attorney at Law, Solicitor i...

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. — 5 April 1856

37G THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Administrator's Sale. Nelson Kuder, adm'r of James Conawey's estate, vs. Catherine Conawey et at. ON the 10th of April, 18.10, between 10 a. m. and 1 p. M., at the door of the court liou.se in Per rvsburg, Wood county, Ohio, 1 will sell to the high lit bidder, the north east quarter of the south west quarter of section one, town five north, of range nine east, in said county, containing forty acres, us tha property of James Conawev, deceased. Terms, cash in hin'J. NELSON KUDER, Admr. S. Jkffkhson, Attv. March t, ISSo. i.iw-lij 1.50 NEW STORE! BJjIPtX & JENISON have just returned from New York and Boston, and are now opening an extensive and complete assortment of ry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Huts and Shoes, Hardware, Crockry and Glassware, selected with especial reference to tha wants of Perrvsburg and Wood county, and- offer the same at lower prices than any other establishment in the Maumee Valley. They have bought these goods fur cash, and intend...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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