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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 May 1856

i A Weekly. Ncwspair, Devoted. to the Interests VOL." IV. PE OH! SIGH NOT. BY EMILIE M. BOWLBY. Oh I sigh not, even if all of earth Has pain with pleasure blent. i bough, oftentimes, 'mid our wildeelirth lire aaraening snauows sent. There never was a crag 10 wild Hut had one flower upon it. ; Nor sky with clouda so darkly piled - Uut nao one orient star on it, Tis true there often comes a blight To dim each hopeful thought, And oft the cup with friendly light By traitor hands is brought ; Yet there aro hearts we know full well In sorrow would not leave as, ..And lips whence words of friendship fci That never would deceive lis. v The tiny flowers we love so well Fades in the autumn day, We hear sweet music, but its swell Aleltson the breeze uwuv : 13 ut then we know that spring's fair brow ill iiav iroeti flowers to wreatneit. And though the htrain is silent now. Wild birds again will breathe it. Then sigh not! though the sunbeam's wing flits lur too swiu lie lore ns( Though wanderin...

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. — 17 May 1856

THE SCISSORS AND QUILL. .7.0 Green, the reformed gambler, i3 now lec urhig in Iowa, is stated that tho wheatin the Wabns-h alley looks remarkubly well. (5 Wood County iscnlitledto two, Lucas to lirre, delegates in the Republican Slute Cuuven ion. ,?--TTIier is a starch factory near Rurling ont owa, which consumes about two hundred tarrel.s of corn per day. 7-CrAt the recent Republican State Convention f Indiana, Judge Morion was nominated for iovenmr by acclamation. ?cr-Gi'n. Tom Thumb is 27 years old and veighs '20 lbs. Since Rarnmn'd fuilure, he cx- ibits himself in New York City. t'T- P. L. U tUtI, member of Congress from ufiftiniia, shot Tims. K"atiii a waiter at a olet in Washington, on tho 8ih iust. Mr- On the night of the 31 inst., the extensive ir factory of RLIgw.iy & Co., of Columbus, was iestroyed by fire. I.tws, about 6100.000. f-irThc lit raid, ol Lancaster, Grant Countv, WiseoiiMu, says hows are bringing very high rices in that place, und the tendency is still 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. — 17 May 1856

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Tf;nv9itunfi REPunufiAN. -This h thu title of a new pnpef just stnrleil in '.his pVicc liy our young friend Win. T. Sttirnm. In tm it is the same fin was (hi Mitnmtt VaUry Democrat. It looks quite well, reads well, and in politics will be Republican. WrThy had quite an nnimul show in Maumfe on Tuesday. TV. two legend, anim ill were most ravenous, and fuusht each oth;r with a wild fe rocity that put the menagerie to sham-. The Marshal did not dare to enter the rings, much less put his head in their mouth . IVrrysburg was represented by some of h?r choict spirits, fj3 Our friends of the Toledo Diode rerently received a package from Sandusky city, by ex press, which, on being opened, wus found to con tain two BulTilo fi?h, or Sheep-heads. If the ed itor of the Jilwtr, woud return the compliment by sending the Itrginitr a mess of Toledo frogs, they would be about square. Jter On Sunday last a party of boatman vis ited a house of ill-fame in Toledo, and while there go...

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. — 17 May 1856

THE FARM AND GARDEN. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. ' Protictiho Cork Mom Chows, 5to. Your uorreBpomlenl from crtnru Hill, iay Ilia pig with full belly will never rout Ground, or a ben with ft full crop ncrotch the gound. This it not so. A pig, filled to repleiii n, wilt dig Into the soil for worn s, moisture, or the more fun of rooting. ' So with lien : give her corn ; or bread crumbs, lo will eat m.til aatUlltd, tnd leave to Bcrntch." Trv It. Tbcra are jinny .mall worms, insects, pub: ks.Ac, In soil, which they relish desert, which Cresm Hill lins not got In his vocabulary. W'ith regal d to killing crows by strychnin, t also doubt, tliouih 1 have nover tried it; biit I have sei n thousands cf crows in a field (own over with wheat steeped in Arsenica,! 01. to the bushel, but never picked up a dead crow. A very few grains ot such wheat has killed a chicken that was fjolish enough to cat it. Crows will not touch tarred corn, be yond a hill or so. I alio think it protects ita little from 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. — 24 May 1856

QJBt Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature,'.' Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. VOL. IV. PEMlYSliURG, OHIO. SATURDAY, MAY, 21, 1850. No. II- MY DREAM OF HOME. " Who has not Mt how sadly wcct The dream of home, the dream of homo, Steals o'er the heart too soon to fleet, -When far o'er land and sua we roam V The orange ((roves are freshly fair Tlie myrtle bloom is sweet, ' And comities blossoms everywhere t Are crushed beneath my feet ; While all the sky is deeply blue, Y And not a breeze but brings Soma odor soft., and fragrant too Upon it's airy wings. 'I sit beside a gurgling stream, , Its voice is sweet and low, 'And 'fore my vision flits a dream Of home aud long ago. nVhile gentle forms and faces bright, rAnd voices full and sweet, Jleem, In this softened shadowy light, Each c&rr sense to greet. There . nestles oVr me in the tree . . '. eyed brooding dove, Its cooing nou Of tender words if love, An...

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. — 24 May 1856

MISCELLANEOUS, TRUTH STANGER THAN FICTION— RESCUE OF MISS OLIVE OATMAN. Brief mention hut been road of the rescue of Mia Olive Oatman, after a cuftt.ivily of eeverel years duration among the- Indian! of Southern California. MUs Oatman ia reeog niscd by Judge IT Sperry, of Chili , Monroe Co.. N. Y , aa a daughter of his aistflj, who re moTed with hi r huahand, Mr. Oatman, to Iowa. The Interesting particulare of thi murder of ir.ost of the family, and the rescue of the daughter fri-m ludian captivity, m as followe : Late in 1850, or early in 1861, the Oil man family, i 0 isioiing of the husband, wife, and three bo) and four giils, lift Iowa b) tl e over land mute, 'with tho iiitenlion ul settling on the batiks fif the Colnrndtt river The subsequent history ff the family aa far as then known ia thus I'olailuJ in a S.in Diego letter, ptibi hed in the San FruLcbco Her ahbcf April 2(i, 1 C5I : Ontl.e Slat of ff February , T3rt vet M jot Itrin'irlman reci ivtd- b 1 le-tlt-r complaining of ...

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. — 24 May 1856

LOCAL AND LITERARY. . . a-The Union-Schools commenced theii sum mer term on Monday last. S-Tha District Court commenced a session in this place on Tuesday last. f&Hit Court of Common Pleas will com mence Gcsion in his place on the 10th of June proximo. fX3 If you want package of Jenkins 4c Co.'s uperioi tea. call at Thompson's soon, fur they are going off like gingerbread on the fourth of July. -YVe are under renewed obligations to friend Frisbie, of Freeoort, for new subscribers. He has tent us thirty r.tmea and promises more,' Who can beat it? ' Inasmuch aa no extra charge is made for delivering the Journal to town subscribers, they are expected to pay their subscriptions in aa ranee, or as nearly so as may be" ecovenient. Admittkd. Wm. A. Collins, of Toledo, and Josiah W. Westcott, of Perrysburg; were admit ted to practice law in the Courts of Ohio, at the session of the District Court in this place this week. jig- Call on F. R. Miller & Co., and see if they hare all the ...

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. — 24 May 1856

THE FARM AND GARDEN. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. THE FRUIT CROP. A few weeks sine I fpoke of llie prospects of the fruit crop for Uie present Benson llio timo hn now arrived when we can mnhe n tolerable Correct os! initio wl at ltinoU of fruit we m.ijr refouubly expect to tl pend upon. The T'l'iile crop from present rppenrnnco, will be an uuusutl ubuu Unt one p jrbnpi it wonlrl be better that nil other fiuits should fail than the apple), fur wo could not without much inconvenience do without it. The peach crji in this section of country is nn entire failure not only is the fruit win ter killed, but a great shnre of tlio trees nre nlso killed. Muny of ilium will r.ot vegitnte at all others will probably recover from the seveii yoftho hut winter, but will never re gum their usual vit.ili'y const cpiently it would do well the coining f,t!l, or next fpring to set by the side of them young thrifty trees m tVi ililrnUrpa. Wn ennnot nlT.ml to dis- pose with peaches, we should therefore, as th...

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. — 31 May 1856

9b CVA . Qj ( jtnrpJtarg 0oteL- A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests Of Wood County, Polities, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News, VOL. IV. PERRYSIiURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1850. No. III. Original. A TRIBUTE. T. tin Masawry t Via Oiuun M- Hon, end Mm Mam Jon Hia, ttM ontimaiy fete has caused assay hearts to Btoura. Eespeetfujly la ' scribed to the bereaved. A TRIBUTE. BY MRS. A. H. DEVELLING. Wwp for lb yoathful dead, the fresh aad fair, Called in the morning of life's beautione blooa; Ere ihe dark elood of sorrow's blighting ears Haddimawdita brightness with He gathering glooaa. Like spring flowrrta robed in beanty rare, Freeh with the frae-renee of the dewy morn, : Beeritiner so sweetly all the balmy air, W ith every grace and loveliness adorned. So did these eeatle ones ie life appear. The pride and joy of fondly doating hearta ; The treatsred idlof affection dear, Whose rheeri smilea hade ovary grief depart ; Illumed with...

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. — 31 May 1856

MISCELLANEOUS. Economy and Retrenchment: or. WHICH IS THE EASIEST. BY E E. Mrr. Saddler was delicate, timid wCm , who having been It ft a peariilcss orphan had betn kindly educated tby ber suit and eir rounded by eviry lux'iry.'tind tiw that she had eommi need I. oust act p hcrsnf, llioughl Hi h mailer of course cvtritlrn must be up t.i the. same standard ns nt her aunt's. Yet to do lur justice, we must add thatshe n fleet i d her haxbaffd'e income wds small, i d be ing vfcry dehrons 10 limit t xpi nse to means, she itiUudid tube very toonomicsl. "Only we two, surely it need nut ro t us much to lire'' thought Claiind, but of course she muxt keea tfirl,- iinrl iot course ner rosy-: . . . . . cheeked trirl i ho want i lo n i n.l a n i II one . fir t wn t viriTn ,,r in a freelr. nntl Wlbfd to giin sine Jor shopping '.Xinrsois and the Pi ii- ' . . i , like, woma leu ner miinM mey wcr oui o material f. bread-bak'n , or U -a. too late, an! then the t,b!e must be supp led with bvj ker's br...

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. — 31 May 1856

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Taxable Personal Property in Wood County. There is quite a 'fulling off in tli5 amount of taxable personal properly ill this county since the assessment of last, year. .The following ta ble, showing the valuations of 181)5 and 1 STiS, 1ms been kindly furnished for publication, and the. facta exlnbled w ill not fail to in (erect, the readers of the JouiiS.m. TOWS AND THWJ. Perrysbura; Perrysburir yVeaton Portage Mlddleton Perry Moittiromery l reeuom Troy Liberty Center llloom Plain Milton Henry Ayaaliingtoii Jackson Lake Webster : .... van aaa .fays. vi. 'T. "!. . -. I" !'. . t'.irparatii.n AMlt f...Tr rownshi! jiMiiwa9ii-.:i ! JWjtil , oi.ti'.H " -7-:;v Ji-v (...,,:::i::i::ri.:;7inTi:io - -.-Mai -. i :: :.r-"".-.;".-r.f , .J .Jli2!:iil Iftfr'iA yfZlfcf wV-te--rh"f . s'.TWV-!. 1 tfit - - : ?. T-T. ' TotnN ii.s.riii, a, it Tim I- " ... 7i!H.4:n 7 t- This exhibi Is n ileerens vamm.nt in mliatKAi 060. There are two reaauns for' this sriotirii irf the figures. . f. ,V...

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. — 31 May 1856

THE FARM AND GARDEN. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. POTATOES—AN EXPERIMENT. Ens. IltiRAh -Vyving dwire to test the tliffcrenc) between hcsvjr and light seeding villi the pM4rfij; I planted ten rows tight rod in Itngluvand forty Mils lo (he row. The first two were planted (hrte pieces in the hill, next fatfr pieces, ntxt five, rw xt six, iind last two wMi' thre'e "but-ends" each piece having twoejtg only. Variety ptanttd cull ed the Red Jacsson f Trent puis o. Color, pale scarlet, large site, striking, eye deep set. Flesh rather lighter than the old r'ltsh Color of New Yor.' All had the same treatment. On harvestings U iwotows with three pieces, produced nix bushtU of Urge, fine potato, thoee with fswr pieces, a Kttht more in meas ure, but the product was not a fair nor as large,-the rows with five and x pieces pro- Oucea six ana one-nan dusiii-ib vncu, out euu mailer, ths "buU ndu gave about firm bushels of fine gioth Other Xpenmenta of a simular character hare sa l 6cd me thal three piec...

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. — 7 June 1856

(Lot A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts ami Sciences, Home and Foreign News. VOL. IV. PEIUlYSBUliG, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 18-50. No. rv HOPE. Hope, radiant seraph, e.'ilds our path With joys divinely fair, Her miles illume life 'b darkest skies, And chase away dispair. And on life's ware, when tempest tossed, Hope shines a lieacun bright. To guide us o'er its stormy deep To shores of endless light 1 Her presence heightens every joy, And lessons evory ill Fields, Dowers, ami skies beneath her Bimle, Look fairer, brighter, still. She lends a sweeter charm to youth, And gilds the fronts of aire Her presence cheers at every step Lifts dreary pilgrimage.. Hope penetrates the duiiftenn's gloom. And cheers the captives heart, While to the felon's doom she comes Her blessings to impart. And too, the weary mariner Who roams the ocean main, She blesses with brielit visions fair, Of his dear native plain. Hope h...

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. — 7 June 1856

MISCELLANEOUS. Original. GHOST STORIES. The following articles were rend st the lats rx- l.ibiiinn of the Perrynhurji High Sc'ool, d liars been Ij:.ded to on for publics ion A short time since I was spending the even ing with an acpuainlance, when the conver sation turned oo ghosts an J wi ches. My frend took the negative, anb to prove that ghosts are not ghosts, after all, related some anecdotes, the substance of which is as fol lows; "Having some business to transact nt Wilton, which was some distance from the place where I resided, I set out one bright morning, expecting to return before nightfall. 1 was unavoidably detained by my bu siness, but finally having succeded in arranging all to my satisfaction, I started to return. The most of my way lay through a deose forest. Nearly in the center of this was a large stream of water, crossed by means of a nar row bridge, which was now nearly on a level with the water ; fjr the stream was unusually high, being much swollen by the recen...

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. — 7 June 1856

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Wheat and Corn Grown in Wood County in 1855. The following table, showing the number of acres of wheel end com planted, and the num ber of bushels raised in 1855, has bran furnished for the Joorsal, and is of considerable impor tance td the people of Wood county. It is prop er to state that the returns from l'luin township were incomplete, and that the deficiency is sup plied by the Auditor's estimate, which will not vary materially from the facts. Bu. No. of acres Bu. Acres raised. K-.H42 l!l,fl5! 11,0110 D.OM 09,1 .'HI M,0 13.05 fi.lilo 10.7.i2 l:l,OIM 2II.N21 1-U10 2,riii iaKW 6.1 I'll 1.170 l.MfHt 8,Wi7 whet. rained. Corn, rerrrnburg Township, i 821 (i!Hl Weston " ai8 S.5M 1,7(15 Middleum " i 1.401 l'ortage ' 69 2 Vtl Terry .-. " 325 4,08 1,421 Muiitirom.rj 13 1,77 1.1IM Freedum " 77 1,2'KI 6(i2 Troy - . " 117 1.240 3P1 Liberty ' " 25 410 1,224 Center ' 41 4(i 1,2111 llloont ' " 1311 2.301 1,270 TMnin " 1)8 I.IAO 1.2IW Wilton " ' 20 a! 2-' Henry . " 4(1 7M WW...

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. — 7 June 1856

THE FARM AND GARDEN. THE FARM AND GARDEN. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. CHEESE-MAKING. To make' groJ clieesw, tlure are scvcrnl rules lo be observed : First, rrerjlliing used in ilie, business should be le p' a sweet Mid clean bs possible. The night's milk should be strnimd in tin or brass Unit ", and hung iu n swiit, tool plnce, ns milk wi'l idisorb im utilities. In i In- mnrnii'2 it el o ild liewum- vd and niixid iili the nioriiiny'si milk in your tub or whatever you muke your cheese m When ready (or llio rennet, the. temperature should be from 00 riYir to 84 dec;. Put in sufficient rennet to come in 40 or 60 minuses ; fnve. warm to prevent ibn cream from iisinf. When the curd lull not adher lo your linger, thin cut it with a lung knif; stvirul lirms across ; let it stand fifteen minutes ; then tike yjur dipper and turn the curd i'i.tl) from top lo the buttom ;' l.t it remain iiftt-en niinut s longer, and break catfully with your hands. rUculuestrdinerorer, nnu lev me emu oe . , t -.en...

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. — 14 June 1856

f oxuir- AND : L1TEUA11Y, L,an- V I A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Interests of Wood County, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Education, the Arts and Sciences, Home and Foreign News. VOL. I V. PERRYSBUItG, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE u, 1850. No. V- SUN GLEAMS. B' ft the liliisli that luve i iiiprini , Oh tl.e maiden B clu:i k, nre Urn orient tints 1 l.ai .adimt morn rovia s to s ght. V lien she folds aside the shades of night, nil u-hers her train of glurle. in, tlleaming with gold and crimson sliron. While the misty grey of the i nrly dawn, Grows mellow and fniut through the opening yon. And the shadows deep from 'he valleys lice And the night-wind ceasetheir minslrclsey, And the stars grow pale and shriuk away, As slowly unfold die gates of day, Now a sun-ray haththe mountain kisrcii, And crowned with a halo of golden mist, While slowly over the eastern hills, Roll the stalely, luxurious charity wheels, Of the centre of light in its pride and power, While an anthem of praise fiom ...

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. — 14 June 1856

-PERMSI3URG JOURNAL K. A. IIIGGINB, Editor. TERMS I ' Ona enp on year, In advance,.' ft AO' All subscriptions not paM within sii mi nll.a, 2 00 Perrysburg, Saturday, Juno 14, 185G. Wood County Agricultural Society. The membera of thla society are request d to meet at Bowling Groan on the laat Sntmdny in June, at lllo oloca, a. M , to revile and fis the nrpmlum list fur the uurrent year. A full attendance la avliviud. order of the Board. May 22, 1856. Sears Pictorial Family Bible. Any parson wishing to get a copy of thia splni ii.l edition of the Bible, containing over one thousand il lustrations, can now be accommodated by calling nt thia office. The prtoa la six dollars, but we hare made arrangement! by which we cna furnish one copy of the Journal one year and aeopy of thia edition of the Btlilo fur thnt aum. Any person who will Bend us twenty llur subscriber and thirty dollars, will be entiled to a r copy of the Pieaurtal Bible, and fcjio JoumiJ forooo ' year. A specimen copy of t...

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. — 14 June 1856

LOCAL AND LITERARY. Dailt Bjat between Perrtsburg and Toi.rdo. Thu steamer ;Sn-T, Cspt. Hall, will BiAke1 dally trips between Toledo, Perrys burg,' an4 Maumee City during trie present season 5 Tiiia is a new boat, light, an I well arranged for the field of labor assigned her. She made tier .first trip yesttrday, and here after will leavu for Toledo at half paBt st vn o'clok, A.M.) arid return at biz in the evening, staying over night In this port, which will af ford ourcitlfcens a fine opportunity for occa sional moonlight excursions. Captain II. and bis crew will be . found just the persons to tBBO,-e1iargn of the tiaveling public. The unaccommodating railroad can now go beyond this place for its passengers. Let us give Cnpt' Hall a tubstantial token of our appro val of this enterprise. Ti Fun Tbd Everybody are aware that Julius Blinn, Esq , has been engaged in the fur trade, while few are apprised of the extent to which his operations have been car ried. The business haB been grad...

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. — 14 June 1856

THE FARM AND GARDEN. J. AUSTIN SCOTT, Editor. HINTS FOR JUNE. Should that fickle jade, the wenther, array liorself in summer gaib, bai.Uh to polar re trions her frigidity and wear a beaming, sun- uliiny contenance, conatant atui.tiun to grow ing crops will be a niccFiit) on tlie part of the gurdener daring the prewnt uiuv.h. The time to " ly down the nhovil and the hoe" will be past, and labor, steady and unceasing, become the order of the season. While on the subl et of implement, who would remind those using thtm, that poor tools are dear though they cost nothing. The hoc, by so many supposed to be an irtatiument, in the construction of which Utile mechanical skill or inai'nuily is needed, should be properly Di tde, justly prop irtiuned, neither too light nor too heavy. Thit is the more important as you are to f.il!o it through the diy, it is to be lifl'-d a thousand or more times, and tin- ou ce loo n-ucli it t ie morning will attain the dimensions and inlluvr.e. of a pound ere n...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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