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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 September 1873

Perrysburg Journal Pnbllthtd Story Trldy Horning by JAMES T I JIM ON 8. TEltjnSl Ono Copy Ont Year If Paid in Adysnes Ono Copy 8i Monthi 12 00 1 0 1 00 Ytaten ol Advertlalng. One aqnarsone Insertion. 1 0 10 'Hon subsequent inmru H oolumnforS months li oolnmn for A monthi H enlumn for 11 months v"" W column for S months " " column for months ys column for 12 months 14 column for S monthi column for 0 months U column for 12 months 1 o ilumn for 12 months. Administrator's or Executor's Notices- Business osrds, not exceeding 4 llnei, 1 1 00 12 00 20 00 10 00 18 on 80 no 12 no 22 no 40 on 75 no 2 00 year ------ - v Folices in local column , per line- 10 Marriage and Death Notices Free. Obituary Notices, per Una 05 JOn PKINTINO, Of every description, executed In a style defy ln(t competition, end as chssp ss can be done elsewhere. We fire our personal attention to ill Job Work, and allow none but first-class work to leave the office. Call and sxamine specimens. TIME TABLEā€”D. & M. Rail...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 September 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. TnE Sa'tigorfest of 1874 Is to lc held In Cleveland. A Minnesota town lifts subscribed f 300 to aid In the establishment of a faro bank. 3j ; " Amkrican snrdlnos liave received tho grand tyriae- at the Vienna Exposition. TinpSlnrnoBC" twins ' have been sum moned tor sit on a Jury. They will sit next 1 each taiior. A fAni'OAM man drowned himself rather than go to tho penitentiary for six months. . t , ' A BaIiTTMOUK boy thought I16 was gov erned too much, and he hid In tho cellar for fourteen days, A maw In New Hamburg, N. Y., has papered his horse-stalls with gold paper and carpeted the floors. A Frail caught at Dubuque was four feet long and weighed fifty-nine and one-half pound.-' CiiAttiKsTok negroes muko money by catching sharks and trying out their oil, which IS tised for greasing harness. iMMixsB clouds of grasshoppers are moving southward from Utah, because there ttey couldn't Utah-lizo their craving appetite, ' JoRiftfA Niciioi.so.v, who expired under adminiet...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 September 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. THE OLD CANOE. Vbm I'js rock" are gray and th ahore U steep, Awd Miwlcr buJnwTook Sark mid dorp, Wlsr.te Om Hikjs( pins In Ha lonely prtd 1 ln gtrmtnfly over th mnrky tide; M hr ih ruda and rnabs are long and rank. And the weeds rmw Ihlrk on the wlndine hank: Where Hie shadow la hear? the whole day through, i ner uea ai lis moorings me oia ganve. The oaeloiw paddta are Idly drutipffl, Like a sratilrd'e w Infts that the atnrm haa lopped, And r.rnsspd nnihe raUIng, one o'er one, I.lkiuke folded lauds whn the wrk la done; . M hlff biisflf hack and forth fctwen, Tim fiiTT arreha 4e allrary arrren, AM the solemn owl, with his dull "too-hoo," Bellies down on the aide of Ike old canoe. The stern half annk In th allmy ware, t Huts slowly away i Ha bTlnB grave. , , And the g-frcn mnna eracps o'er Ita dun decay, Hiding lie molitorins lnt away I.Ike the hand that plant" o'er ihe tomh a flower Or the try that mantles the falling towar; While many a blnwnm of loveliest hue...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 September 1873

gwgslnmi joimtnl. JANES TIMMOXS, Editor. FlUDA Y, HKl'TKM UKR 19, 1873. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, K. F. .NOV VS. Fur Mcninnn(-(l'iiinir, ALPHONSO HART. For Attornev-0 neral, JOHN LITTLK. Fur Controller, W. S. WILSON. For Membir Hoard of Public Works, rillLIP IIKRZINO. For iidgrs Supreme Coin t, WILLIAM WHITE, W. F. STONE. Republican Senatorial Ticket. JOHN T. NEWTON, of Lucna. WILLIAM M. BECKHAM, of Henry. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, JOHN NORMS. For Commissioner, BSZIN W. KELLY. Fur Prosecuting Altnrncv. JOHN A. SHANNON. For recorder, ' JOHN CAMPBELL. Fur Infirmary Director. J. B. LOCK HART. For Coroner, I. A. NOBLE. Chicago is burning up by the aero again The CHtimated vnlue of the property de- Btroyed yesterday is a quarter of n million of dollars. At n examination of candidates for the civil service one of the questions propounded wra: 'What clerical experience hnre yon had, i liny?" To this one nxpirant had sppended his written answer: ' Lutheran."...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 September 1873

Perrysburg Journal. Published Xvery Friday Morning by JAMES TI.UNOKS. TERMS: One Copy Ont Year Jf Paid in Advance ' toe Copy His Moulin 1 EASY WAY TO Make Money IT Buying Goods , Tho NEW Firm WILLIAMS BROS & FINKBEINER. Two Fino Store R: oma filled with everything you need inthe Goods Line to make you com fortable uud hnppy. Oooil sold Strictly for Cash or Ready Pity, ns tho small profits wo nsk on our goods will not al low oflong-wiiided accounts. All lulls must be settled in 30 or CO days, by cash or note. An examination of our goods od prices will convince nil that our demand for ready pst3' is but just. Our Motto is, " Lh e and Let Live," and by square dealing we hopo to merit the confidence of all. Fancy and Domestic Try (.o.uis at WILLIAMS BROS & F. A Fius Stoek of Fancy Cassituercs and Coatings just received nt W. BHOS &, F. ficed, lieavy Kentucky Jeans for 23 eta. per yurd at V. B. & F. Fresh supply of Fancy aud Staple Groceries at W. B. & F. New- stock o...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 September 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. Salmon In the Sacramento river, Cat., are becoming very plenty. One young lady In Lclgliton, Pa., lins plokcd 400 quarts of blackberries this Reason. A I)R9 Moikf.8 father advertises that he will exchange ono of his ncwly-arrlvcd twin boys for a girl. Mr. Tt'nunn, of Manchester. Tcnn., celebrated the wedding of his laughter by thrashing his wife. A wtDOWEn In Manistee, Mich., who lias forty-eight children living, has Just married his fourth wiro. A woman named Berks exhibited a pat ent churn of her own manufacture at a Kansas fair and secured a premium Tub "Biggest Orumblcr" In Montana lias struck quartz that nets fsoo per ton, and he growls because it, don't go f a.U. . A Navakhe (O. youth severely horse whipped his unindulirent father. Ho wanted to see "who bossed that ranch." Ci.ax similar to that used in Germany In the manufacture of so-called meer schaum pipes has been discovered at Mid (Motown, Pa. MoNToomrrt Co., Kan., raises stalks of cottou two feet three inc...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 September 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. THE FIRST GRAY HAIR. Ako that white halrl It I not mine, M lock re llku the raven's wlug; Xu flg f irnco I fling to lime, Nu uionodj iohko I aliiK; IIate, ilicn, be timet thou form of fright, I will nut bare the curao nij ttubt. One gloom of white but here It lion, A iMlnViiecl. shining, silvery thread! In sad and plaintive notes ti cries, "I've comu to IHI thee youth has led. Then lu Ihy un-sence Hume stay; Send not thy messenger away. r "And wherefore shrink from right of me, Ax froma Miter Ihlneto ruur And why behold dcnytiiifry. As thoiiirli thius ayv It could renew? The child was bom in Rrow In years. And leare hia UilliUsh joys and feara. " Wwild'st thod an Infant always Href ' Lovi.d and can'swd aa chllcllinod !? tVhn fur Its pence would manhood glvo, And make Ita futile pli-amire htr The higher gift are bought Willi tears, And com lu man with roiling year. " True, youth la beautiful and bright. W hen love and hope Ita transport bring; It laughing virio...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 September 1873

JAMK.H TIMMONS, Kditor. FRIDXYVSKl'TEMBKU 1873. Republican State Ticket. For Govrrnor, K. F. NOYVK. For Iin(nnnt-(liVvrnor, ALl'IION HAUT. lfnr Attorney-General, JOHN LITTIjU." For Treasurer, ISAAC WELSH. Fur Controller, W. T. WILSON. For Member Hoard of Public WuiVn, PHILIP IIKRZIXG. Ff u1g-t Supn-tne Court, WILLIAM WHITE, W. F. STONE. Republican Senatorial Ticket. JOHN T. NEWTON, of LllCSS. WILLIAM 31. BECKHAM, H f Henry. Republican Senatorial Ticket. Republican County Ticket. For Rcpreacntntive, JOHN NOHUIS. For Commissioner, KKZIN W. KELLY. For Prosecuting Attorney, JOHN A. SHANNON. Fr Recorder, JOHN CAM PHKLL. Fur Infirmary Director, J. U. LOCK HAUT. For Coroner, I: A. NOBLE. Republican State Platform. 1. Tlmt (be principles f the parly as herein fnrr expressed in its conventions are realtirined, and it is declared tlmt events have proved lliul tlieir praclic.il enforcement 19 essential ti the wollnre nf tlie country, and Hie maintenance ol Die Interests, richls, and liberties ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 September 1873

rbliihd Erery Friday Horning by JAMES TIM moms. Teh in Ms tn Copy One Year M If Fold fn Advance One Copy Six Montln - " EASY WAY Make Money Buying Goods Tbo NEW Firm OP WILLIAMS BROS & FINKBEINER. Two Fine Store Rooms filled Vith everything you need in the Goods Line to muko you com fortable and htippy. Goods sold Strictly for Cash or Ready Pay, as the sm.'ill profits wo ask on our goods will not al low of long-windud accounts. All bills must be settled in SO or CO days, by cash or note. An examination of our goods and prioes will convince nil that our demand for ready pay is but just. Our Motto is, " Lit e and Let Live," and by square dealing we hope to merit the confidence of all. Fancy nnd Domestic Pry Goods ut AVI J; LI A MS 15HOS & F. A Fiuo Stuck of Fancy Cnssimercs and Coating just received nt YV. lillOS & F. Good, heavy Kentucky Jeans for 25 cts. per yard ut Vv . IJ. & F. Fresh supply of Fancy und St-iplo Groceries at W. B. & F. Xc stock of Com City Yen.s...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 September 1873

MORTON ON DEMOCRACY. The "Eternal Principles" of the Moribund Party. An Able Review of Party Politics. United States Senator Morton recently replied to Iho lute cpeech of Senator Tliur man at Dayton, Ohio. After explaining that the (peech of the Senator contulned Beiitiments just as Applicable to the lati tude of Louisiana as of Ohio, ho contin ued H8 follows: 1 shall notice Hcnmnr Thurman'ti and Major Al len's speeches somewhat at length not because of their intrinsic inertia, but because they repre sent the Democratic party in this canvas, and I want lo present the showing lliey uiuku lu behalf of ihclr parly. Henalor Tlinrman, In hl speech, made hut ono reference lu the Democratic parly. 1 shall read to you now all that be ttald about Democraiic princi ples, it occurred iu tbe beginning of hi speech: "lBurs have been made npou nieiwiires and have been decided, and those arc dead leucs. Hut tkere are cenain principle thHt are eternal. Meas ures and men may die. but principles last...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 October 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. A SONG OF THE SOUL A SONG OF THE SOUL I. I Know th splendid jessamine nan fill The air with perfume, and Ihe brccim that brings The maIn odor has a power to thrill The senses of h Utile bird Dial sing In yonder thicker, and to give a lone Of sorrow to hia sweet, melodious moan. I know the soft retlertlon of the star I trcmnlntis along the niitrhty stream ; I know that nauuht above deter or mara The beauty of the mourning moon's faint gleam; And Tel niv snlrlf stranirclv seems to wear A veil thnrttgh which nof earth nor beaven 1 fair. II. T know blessing eometh with fnr I know a waking comeih with a dream; I know a better followeih a worse; I know an oeean Ilea beyond the slrram; I know the perfume hatn a power to hlc.; I think the bird onee sang of happiness;. et all Ik dnt and ashes-tiow: the light Is bloody, and the air I" filled with fire; And untiring hut the swift, o'c rwhclnilng night Can keep me from a vision grim and dire; For nhrhl Is pitiful, and hid...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 October 1873

J AH KM TIMMOMS, Editor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 173. nr law, aoma been Republican State Ticket. Fur OoTcmor,, K. F. KOYVS. tirr Mcntennnl-Oovtrnnr, ALl'IIONSO II ART. For Altorner-Oeneral,. JOHN L.TTLK, Fur Treasurer, ISAAC WELSH. Fur Controller, Vf. T. WILSON. For Member Hoard of rublie Works, ir ir tup ii is it .i no. For uiljfHH Snpre me (Vml, WILLIAM WHITE, W. F. STONE. in tee a tnl ing "0:l Republican Senatorial Ticket. JOHN T. NEWTON, of I.ucas. WILLIAM M. BECKHAM, of Henry. Republican County Ticket. Vor Representative. JOHN NOltniS. For Cntnmissionc', EZ1N W. KELLY. ' t V seculing Ait ma', J )U . A. SHANNON. For Recnn r, ."flllN CAMP ELL. For Infirmary l)i etor, J. B. LOCK II AltT. For Coroner, A. NOB L. Republican State Platform. 1. That the principles of the party as hereto fore eapressed In it conventions are reaffirmed, and it ii declared that events have proved that : their practical enforcenient is essential to welfare of the country, and the maintenance ot tho Interests, r...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 October 1873

rabliihea Eeery Friday Kerning by JAMES TliVIItlONS. T Bit in M One Cop? Or Tsar MM If Paid in Advance One Copy Hit Honiha 1 00 EASY WAY TO Make Money of Buying Goods TIio NEW Firm or WILLIAMS BROS & FINKBEINER. Two Fino Store Rooms filled with everything you need in the Goods Lino to muko you com fortable and hnppy. Goods sold Strictly for Cnsh or Heady Pay, as the small profits wo nsk on our goods will not al low of long-winded accounts. All hills must bo settled in 30 or CO days, hy cash or note. An examination of our golds find prices will convince nil ihat our demand for ready pay is but just. Our Motto it?," Lic and Let Live," and by square dealing wo hopo to merit the confidence of all. Fancy and Domestic Dry (io.uls nt AVIJ.UAM.S HJiO.S & V. A Fino Stock of Fancy Cnssituercs and Coinings jut received lit W. I3110S & F. tlootl, heavy Kentucky Jean for 25 cts. ior ynrd nt V. 15. & F. Frosh supply of Fancy and Stnplo Groceries at W. . & F. Ncv stock of Corn ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 October 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. Ket rnorrrs A flshermnn'g. Ari'itorRiATE Slang Fon BrnotAna. Oivo us arrest. Boston drinks fi.OOO gallons of soda water every hot day. I Tiiuvty womon are employed on the ( tlally presoof New York. Tub patent ice-roach Ines used la the , South clear 700 per cent, profit. , Why 1st a talkative -woman like tho ocean? liccause you can't mnko her dry up. A patiknt In tho Jacksonville, 111.. In. sano Asylum has recently fallen heir to , $0,000. An oak recently cut on the Derby, II. I., turnpike measured nino feet in di ameter. Fon finding a f 150 pocket-hook, a Roch ester, N. Y., boot-black received twenty. nvo cents. Tub Registered Letter Department earned the Government $85,000 net profit tho last year. A Bork The man who persists in talk, lng about himself when you wish to talk about yourself. A tbact of 50,000 acres in McDowell County, N. C, lias been sold to an emi gration company. Tub anchorage and unexposed parts of tho Niagara Falls suspension bridge are ns sound a...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 October 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. LETTING GO OF HANDS. BY MARGARET J. PRESTON. O tntf chill, clinging crash of the finger, Kach pressure more faint than the last; The alajw-lona'nlng hold thitt ailll lingers, Though th wrench of the spirit tie past! What heart In It hopelessnaaa breaking To feel them cn atiflo the cry The human within im la making, "Uotthclp, oiwedlel' r f- - r .. . 11 -. We wrtnf with paaston of sorrow, . " t We cover wllh kisses of pain The palm that soma fairer to-morrow , We'll fold In old fondnesa afrain. ' We drop the pale (InKors, whose coldlng t . . Imprejpveii'a alanine our own, - . Forea-we kw-fnai out holding;) i ' Tet weep not nor groan. Howranwef Tlie spirit ta deadened To numbness because of the blow. We know that the sunshine nan leadened , To blackness s 'tie all thai we know. Bo shronded wo marvel that, letting Hands (to thna, we keep, aa wo may Aa wojnnst, life within ns, forgetting I That grlul docs not alay. Ah I did It, how oft In onr lonely Dee pnlra wonl...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 October 1873

JAMES TIMMOSS, Editor. FRIDAY, . OCtOnKH 10, 1873, REPUBLICANS TATE TICKET. Fur Governor, EDWAltD T. NO YES, For Lieutenant-Governor, ALHIONSO HAKT. Fur Supreme Jwlg (trfmg Term,) WILLIAM WIUTH: Fur Supreme JUdgs (Short Term,) "WALT lilt P. STONE. For Treasurer; ISAAC WELSH. Fr Attorney-General, JOHN LITTLE. For Comptroller, WILLIAM T. WILSON. For Member of Board of Public Woiks, rHILIP V. IIERZINO. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, JOHN NORMS. For Commissioner, f EEZIN W. KELLY. For Recorder, JOIIM CAMPBELL. 'For Prosecuting Atlornev, JOHN A. SHANNON. For Infirmary Director, J. B. LOCKHA11T. For Coroner, I. A. NOBLE. Republican Senatorial Ticket. Fur Stalo Senators, 33d District, JOHN T. NEWTON, WILLIAM M. BECKHAM, Republican State Platform. 1. That the principle! of the party aa hereto fore expreeseJ in lis conventions are reamrmed, nd it is declared that events hare proved thni their practical enloroement is essential to the welfare of the countrr. and the maintenance...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 October 1873

labllshd Xyery Friday Kerning by JAMES TIMIUONS. TKiiinm On Copy On Yar U Pi id fa Advance Oa Copy Bis Months 92 so , 1 00 1 00 I EASY WAY Make Money Buying Goods Tito NEW Firm WILLIAMS BROS & FINKBEINER. Two Fine Store Rooms filled with everything you need in the Goods Line to mnke you com fortable and hnppy. Goods sold Strictly for Gash or Ready Pay, as the small profits we ask on our goods will not al low ol'long-windod accounts. All bills must be settled in 30 or 60 days, by cash or note. An examination of our goods and prices will convince all ihut our demand for ready pay is but just Our Motto is, "Live and Let Live," and by Equare dealing we hopo to merit the confidence of all. Fancy and Domestic Dry floods at WILLIAMS Jill OS & V. A Fino Stock of Fancy C'assimcrcs and Coatings jut received at W. BliOS & F. flood, heavy Kentucky Jeans for 23 cts. per yard at W. li. & F. Fresh supply of Fancy aud Staple Groceries at W. J5. & F. Near stock of Com City Yeast ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 October 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. Geouob Law lives on 10,000,000. Iowa hns 10,500,000 acres of land under cultivation. CoixnAtx will complete 835 miles of railroad this year. Oveh one hundred ladles ore studying law in tho United States. Rhode Island lias 1.13 cotton manu factorios in running order. , Lkad ore has been discovered three miles north of Lyons, Iowa. l)ETn is as tho foreshadowing of llfo. Wc die thnt we may die no more. TnB Remingtons are furnishing Spain with rifles, and are making fortunes. Peobta, 111., claims to be the most an cient settlement west of tho Alleghaules. Nn,ssoN expended $ 30,000 in gold upon toilettet from Worth before leaving Purls. CniOAOO Las about twenty churches now building, which will , cost about $3,000,000., : It is estimated that the gross receipts of the Pennsylvania Railroad forthisycar will exceed $25,000,000. An experiment shipment of uncooked meat, preserved by a freezing process, has uecn uispiucneu irom Australia tor Lon- uon. Intkunat. revenue receipts...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 October 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. PICTURED AUTUMN LEAVES. BY MARY B. DODGE. 6ay antnmn leaves 1 we have m jroil blending jiunr iiinwi H1II11011R 1H HIIHUnWJ TRIP, And gather new glorr upward wending, In the savage north-wind's trait, From the mountain's base fv ' To Its crested space, t when burning hues prevail O, grr-en and yellow and crimson and gold, Out of the loom of the Infinite rolled, la wild luxuriance, fold upon fold I We are lout In naif tcsnul wonder Thai the wintry wind, which Is blatant and bold, Your blimhes should deepen, your life unfold, Till, chilled to the heart by a love that la cold, You shrive) and die In ruiet mold. And are buried the. deep nuwi nndcrl Fair anltim leave I Can we wake rejolelua To loveliness doomed of It birth to palef Can we echo the melody of your voicing, Mot moved by lia Intent wall, That sighs for avo Through die bright array Orlm Death uuat countervail? Yet, crimson and gold and yellow and green, tlnnh your low murmur I for I bnve seen A power tha...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 October 1873

V fgwgsluug journal. JAMES Tl.n.UOXS Editor. FRIDAY, OU MB Ell 17, 1873. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. The rcMiltn of l.tetTiuH y aliowe very I1silii1y that ,,Oenernl Apitliy" was In pommnnd of Uiu It publicum fen ens upon that day, and we liavu r. i p d the results of hit Inc.p.cliy. TIiitu I diu h left (or KcpubllcHDS to rc llect over during the next Interval bitwtc n c 1 o'lons. Oovernor Novts la In doll1 t, and If elected It will m-t be by over 1,000 rtiejeir Ity. The legislature Is nndoi.b'eoly lVmocratlo by four or Ave mnjoiby on Joint ballot. Iowa has gone from 20,1 00 to 25,000 Re publican, with agnln for the Liberal tick et and a Hpht Vote. Indiana !ns gone Republican by 15,000 to 20,000. and l'cnnaj lv mia about 13.0C0. The rctultXIn Wood County, so far as heard from, shows that the Republican State Ticket la tl Crd by abcut 2S0 urn Joil y. Hatkikld, Democratic cuididate for Representative, has a mnjority of about 4U0 over Norris, the Republ c in nominoe. Pillars, the Democrati...

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