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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 August 1874

THE GREAT SCANDAL. THE GREAT SCANDAL. (Continued from First Page.) eomlnj artlrla ahsdnwlng an account of a din titrlmiic tn'Mf. niton! "Ismlly, hut , without nslna: nstns.. It rl.-lsycd ostensibly hy Mr. , rillena Influtnse wlUi;- Mr WoodBiill 111 NoYMBi.nr, IHT'f. Unrinij this suspension of In tubir.aitsalroboara lb ot Kr. Moni tor mid Mr. 1 ilion, Hho was jhsde welcome to Uri honses, with (he tnlsrsllnn hut not tho tor , dial consent of their wives. I hmra tho most xtrnvairant eulogies npon her. Sho wn repro h iiUhI b renin" rVrrri awl rested r4oni rude Influences, hut nnrt harden lo lie siirmiimVil hy rminnU irioix torhow Mid end rominnrillhu , TiKtuM. I dldtmt. know m rx-h ahcmt lief, inifl, tlioiih my Impressions were nnfavorsble, her real elisrsotr wss not thm really Known fn llio world. I nml her three time.. At.llieflrst Interview the, was arMlnut. At 11m second she nu cold nd hatiiihty, hut t tho third she, win angry mirl threatening, for 1 hil pormnptorllr refused to pre ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 August 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. . Wednesday, Aug. 10. An investiga tion Into tlio circumstances attending the m Cape of Marshal Bar.alne has led to the con elusion tli nt a majority of tlio guards had been guilty of connivance, and Bnr.alne simply scpcd by an open door....Sovcral bsae-ball flubs nave been formed In the North of England.... Tlio Massachusetts Re publican State Convention haa been called to meet at Worcester on the Tth of 0'tobcr....The new Constitution drafted by the convention called for that pur. pse In Ohio waa submitted to a vote of the people of the Btato on the IRth. The return so fur received indicate that the Consti tution , haa been rejected .... Twelve thousand dollara have recently been drawn from the Iowa State Orango treasury for the benefit of the grasshopper sufferer ....The Republican Btnto Central Committee of Arkansas has called a State Convention for the 15th of Scptemhcr.. ..A man haa been ar rested at Odcll, I...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 August 1874

JAMES TIMMOKS, Editor. AtJOUHT 23, 1874. Itrpubllrnn Ticket. - for comar'sii, ' ' lion. -A.. 3Vt. Prntt, Of Wllllnm Comity. Uen'J. A. OARFim.n htu Wen rcnoml rtnteit to rpprcsi fit tlio 19ih district In Congress. Iloliid but llttlu opros.tion, though It wasbiltor what there vi Id The project of .erecting typeimctil maniiment upon the grave of Horace (Ireeloy In Mid to be making uch ; pro gre?i that ther.- U a probability that , ti e monument will be In position-before the end of the present year. The ProhilritioniHtR of tho Sixth ("on Hressional district met at Ooiigh Ifall, To ledo, on yesterday, and put in nomination 1'banois (Jiiaxof.r, of Lucas Conn' v, for Cii;rl.. There were about forty in. nt; tcmluiHT, mostly lrom Lucas and Wood coiintii's. IHmocrncy now-n-days is a valtt.ble nrticle. In Main U la free ,trar! and hard inney, fli Indiana It is free whl.ky niidtthin plasters, In Alabtma Ft. U repud iation an i a white main party, and in Ohio w 11 nobody know wlia; It 13 in Ohi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 August 1874

gettgsbnrj journal. FakMsata Jvsry frlday If rata k by JAMES TIfflI0!VS. TEHH1SI On Cnpy On Yr If Paid In Adyane. , ti AO . 1 SO . 1 00 OaaCnpy 8it Month! 1-3 ca O CO CO ca W o CO M CO CO TIME TABLE D. & M, R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. rixisii NOKTU. r. h. Cuitar 3 Ut) Hilton 3 04 Weetno 3.12 Tutgany 3. 28 lUskins- 3 3d Hall I'rairie 3.34 Koechlon 3. lit 1'errysburg 3 55 Toledo 4 20 Tt6lS0 SOl'TH. r. i. Toledo 12 50 Perrraburg .... 1.1(1 Hoac'talon 124 Hull I'riarie--.- 1.36 lla.kins 1 .38 Tnntogany . . 1.50 Wujinn 2 0 j Mi I inn 2 16 Custer 2.18 Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. r. m . CueUr 10.20 Millou 10.22 Weston 10.34 Tontogauy 10.49 llaskin .... 10 67 Hull Prairie ..IO i'J I'erryaburg 11.16 llalee 8 Ida Tr'k.. Toled 11 40 A. at. Toledo 6.50 Perrjaburg ..... 7.15 Itoachlon 7 83 Hull Prairie.... 7.33 llaakins 7.36 Tontogany ..... .7.45 Weaton 8 02 Mill..!. 8 11 Cuatar" 8.14 Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. A. M. Custer 4.14 Aliltmi ... 5...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 August 1874

MORE OF THE GREAT SCANDAL. Francis D. Moulton Gives His Statement in Full. Th lnnff-rtrnmlseri statement of Frsnrts D. Moulton, In reply to the statement of Rer. Henry I Ward Beecher, was clveu to Hie public on tha 81ft. It li a formlilsbla document, comprising , rtoai twenty columns or ordinary newspaper type, Tho salient portions only ar her given. jur. jwouuoa prcisccs ms siaromcnt. witn an ex planatory cnnl In whlrh he rictnlls the circum stances which rnlled It forth. II hurt bssn a friend of Mr. Tlltun from boyhood and had always entertained for Mr. Beechor the warmest admiration. In INTO ho had learned that Mr. Heechcr had given Mr. Tilton a gravo csnse of offeuso, and because, ho hcllovud the rev-., elation of the scandal would undermine lh fonn' datlons of enclal order and hlast the prosped and blight tbo family of one or the most brilliant men of this geuoratiou ho had lalored asslda ously to keep It concealed and effect a linrinonl oua anttlementof all dlfllcullica. This ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 4 September 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. of Its Legislature, that hoily to sub and Impartial cm. the people of the "WurwKfwiY, 20. Oermnny hns tmtlllcd tho power of Europe that it will not iulerrero hi the internal affairs of Spain.... Congressional nomination on tlio iiotli: Republican Second Michigan District, II. Waldron, renominated; Third Michigan, (Ico. Wlllurd, renominated; Hixtli Michigan, Tosluh Bogota, renominated ;Elghth Michigan, N. B. Bradley, renominated; Eighth Ohio, Will. Lawrence, ronmnltiiited; Eighteenth Ohio, .Ins. Monroe, renominated; Sixth Pcnn sylvunlii, Washington Townseml, renomi. tinted; Fourteenth Illinois, Joseph O. Can non, renominated. Democratic and C'onscrva five Flint Indiana, Henonls Fuller; Twelfth Illinois, Win. M. Springer; First Louisiana, Kundall Gibson Seeond; Louisiana, E. 3. Ellis; Third Louisiana, J. li. Dreaux; Fourth Louisiana, W. M. Levy; Fiftli Louisiana, B. F. Siienocr; Sixth Louisiana, J. M. Moore.... The C...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 4 September 1874

JAMES TLMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1874. Republican Ticket. roR conohhs, Hon. -A.. 1VT. rifvtt. Of Wtlllnms County. Republican State Ticket. Knr Fscretsry of 8lst, ALLLN T. WVKOFF. For Supreme JudgO (Long Term,) LUTHER PAY. For Supreme Judge (Short Term,) W. W. JOHNSON, For Clork of Supreme Court, RODNEY FOOS. For State School Commissioner, T. W. HARVEY. Member Board of Public Works, S. R IIOSMER. Republican County Ticket. For Auditor, SAMUEL CASE. Fur Trossurer, I. W. CLAYTON. For Clerk, A. D. STEWART. For Sheriff, CHAS. C. UA1RD. For Commlssinnerr, JAMES H. FIERCE, W. G. JEWELL. For InflrmarT Dircelor, HENRY LtNDY. For Surveyor, W. H. WOOD, For Coroner, R. W. McMAHAN. The Republican Tickets. We have not the time or space tl.li week fr comment upon tlio candidates com' poping the two ticktts Republican State und County Tickets which we place be fare our leaders this week, as the result of the County and Srate Conventions. Both tii kcts we fed assured, will meet with a 1r a...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 4 September 1874

TbUih4 KTtry Friday Homing y JANES Tim MOWS. TKItirltf t On Copy On Tear If Paid la Advanos On Copy 81s Month i 11 90 , 1 to . 1 00 QUR MOTTO! IF IT WIS3 AND Let Live! Small Profits AND Quick Sales! This may seem old to the public because bo often used and so seldom carried out in good faith, nevertheless the secret to success is eniboddied in the above brief saving; and as we again throw our banner to the breeze, under the old firm name of A. G. Williams & Bro, we pledge ourselves to fair deal ing with all who may favor us with their patronage. We have ever been opposed to selling one ar ticle at less than cost to late the untcary, and then have to charge two or three profits on other goods in order to average our profits, the like of which is be ing done every day with appar ent success, and ith.it too at the exnflnse of the purchaser, lie i - wise and buy where yon pay fair price for everything and then vou will "Live and Let Live." Great Reduction In price of Dress Goods, an...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 4 September 1874

THE BEECHER INVESTIGATION. Report of the Committee—Mr. Beecher Pronounced Innocent of Charges Made Against Him. riymouth Church (Brooklyn) wm densely packed on tho evening of the 28th to listen to the report of the Beecher Investigating Committee, which was read, in lulistnnce as follow: In conducting th Investigation the commit to Mate that they had faithfully endeavored to make It thorough and Impartial, and to obtain anch facta aa were relevant to tho Inquiry from all attainable source of evidence. For thla purpose they requested the attendance of a large number of wltuesaes, moat of whom had testified before the committee, one notable exception being Mr Francis H. Carpenter. Mr. Munllou had promised to testify fnlly.bnt had failed to do ao. Ho had submitted Inreo short statements in writing to the committee, consisting chiefly of the reasons why ho declined to testify at the call of tho committee. " In addition to the evidence of tho persona who had teslltled, they had examined ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 September 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. ' Wkpnktoat, Rcpt. 8. ITon. Marshall Jewell linn taken tlio on 111 of oflleo and en upon Ins duties ss Postmnster-Oen. ernl....A Woman's National Tcnipcrnnco Cohvctitlon la to bo held at Cleveland, Ohio, In November next. The Women's Temper nnco tongues throughout tho coontrjr are Invited to send one woman dolegato from caeh Congressional District. The date of the convention Is not yet definitely dotcr mined on.... Congressional nominations on tho 1st: Republican First Iowa DIs trlet, (leo. W. MeCrary (second re iionilnnliou, which ho Uus accepted); Second Iowa, J. Q. Tufts; Second Wisconsin, L. B. Caswell; Twenty-seventh Pennsylvania, C. U. Curtis. Democratic Twelfth Ohio, A. T. Walling; Twenty tnlrd Pennsylvania, A. O. Cocliran. Opposition First Minnesota, Franklin H. Wslto. Independent Reform Twelfth Illinois, J. B. Turner.... Recent tele grams from Shrovcport, La., confirm the report of the killing of twelve po...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 September 1874

JAMES TIMMOXS, Editor. FRIDAY, SKPTKMDEK 11, 1874. Republican Ticket. rnn covuRrsa, Hon. 3V3C. 2Pxcvtt Of miliums oni.ly. Republican State Ticket. Enr Recrctary of State, ALLKN T. WVKOrT. For Snpreins Jml.o ( Inn Term,) LUTIIKR DAY. For Supreme Judg. (Slmrl Term,) V. W. JOHNSON, For Clerk of Supreme Court, RODNEY FOOS. For Stale School Cnroniissiuncr, T. W. llAltVKY. Member Hoard of I'ubllo Works, S. K. 11 03 MICK. Republican County Ticket. For Auditor, SAMUEL, CASE. F.r Tre.survr, I. W. CLAYTON'. For Clerk. a. n. stew a nr. For Sheriff, ("HAS. C. 1JAIIID. Fur Coimnissi'.n.'rs, .TAMES H. 1MEUCE, W. G. JKWK1.L. For Infirmary Director, 1IKNRY I.HNDV. For SorToyor, w. ft. wood. For Coroner, Ii. W. WcMAHAN. Democratic County Convention. Conrention the Democrat! of Wood County, Ohio, will bo held at Portage, Wood Wood CouiitT, Ohio, on Sutttrdny, September If), 1371, Commencing at 10 o'clock A. M., to nominate County officers, and to transact inch ether buai ceil at mar properly come bef...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 September 1874

Fabllfaoa lyory Friday Morning by JAMES TIJIinOKS. TFIIJIMt Una Copy On Year ft 00 If Paid la Adranc I 50 OnsCony Bit Months 1 00 OUR MOTTO! AND Let Live! Small Profits AND Quick Sales! This may seem old to (he public because bo often used and so seldom carried out in good faith, nevertheless the secret to success is eniloddicd in the above brief saj ing ; and as we again throw our b:mner to tho breeze, under the old fum tii.me of A, G. Williams & Bro, we pledge ourselves to fair deal ing with all who may flivor us with their patronage. We have ever been opposed to selling one ar ticle at less than cost to bate the unwary, and then have to charge two or three profits on other goods io order to average our profits, the like of which is be ing dono every diiy with appar ent success, and jthat too at the expense of the purchaser. Be wise and buy where you pay a fair pric for everything and then you will '-Live and Let live." Great Kctluction la price of Dress Goods, and in other go...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 September 1874

Rewards for Honesty. Onr of the commoiK-at of newspaper arcnsms g a pnrngrnph recording how omebndy hn jflven a rlriirulounly sninll reward for Homebody else's honesty In mumlng lout money or valuable. The Ititest wo have Keen tells, with a eonnplc uoiis mark of exclamation in both type and tone, of a Hoston man who offers a reward of five dollars for the recovery of a purse containing more than two thou sand dollars. If the writer of the para ftrnph intended to point his astonishers at the loser's Innocence In supposing that any finder would return such a purse for such a reward, donbtless it would be Just. But the meaning Is that the loser, with ud paralleled nteanness,, wishes to Cheat some poor finder out of about ninety-five dollars of hisjust duos; and pmlmMy every reader of the paragraph will share that feeling. It Is assumed that if A loses his purse, or his diamond ring, and it finds it, 1! at once becomes a joint proprietor of the article, and shfHild not be compelled to s...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 September 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. W!BMAT, Sept. ft. An open letter to persons contemplating n invasion of tho Slonx Indian Reservation him been published by the Interior Department It recites the treaty stipulations with the Indian, and ays that the Interior Department has no discretion hut to obey the directions of Con (tress. All expedition to the Black Hills re therefore forbidden nntll Ihe country shall be thrown open to settlement by Congress. .... A call has been Issued, under the auspices of the Republican Congressional Committee, for a convention of Southern Republicans to be held at Chattanooga (not Atlanta, as first announced) on the 13th of October. The call sets forth that It Is for the purpose of con slderlng the condition of affairs In the recon structed States and the Issuing of sn address to the people of the nation concerning the same. It was rumored In Washington on the 8th that similar gathering of Southern Dem ocrat would be pro...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 September 1874

JAMES TIMMOMS, Editor. FRIDAY, SKPTKMBBU 18, 1871, Republican Ticket. rot covosr, lion. uTV.. TVX. Xx.rvtt, Ol Wllllfinn County. Republican State Ticket. Kr Secretary of Stat, AI.LKX T. WYKOI'T. For Supreme Judgo ( I-nng Term,) MJTI1KK DAV, For Supreme Judge (Short Term,) V. V. JOHNSON, For Clerk of Supreme Court, KODNEY FOOH. For Stale School Commissioner, T. W. HAHVKV. Member Hoard of PuMio Work, S. 11. IIOSMEH. Republican County Ticket. For Auditor, SAMTKfj CASE. For Treasurer, I. YV. CLAYTON. For Clerk, A. D. ST BW Alt P. For Sheriff, ciias. c. r. vntn. For Commission, 'r., J V M KS II. IMKUCE, VV. l. JKWKI.I.. For Infirmary Director, IIEMtY LuXDY. For Surveyor, V. II. WOOD. For Cnrnner, n. W. JlcMMIAN. With ncU soldier we hnve no ym Tinthy. We hnve 200,030 trne Iomv rnt nt homo, who are better pntriot. than tueh abolition loldler."- Frank Murd. Opening Cun. Opening Cun. Grand Rally at Put-in-Bay The Iti-publicans of the Sixth and Tenth Dis trict! will meet in Mass Convention at...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 September 1874

PabUsltsd Ir Frldiy Morning by J.VMHS TinitlONB. T F It 31 H I On. Copy One Year If Paid is Advene J On Copy Sit Months 09 I- OUR WTO! AND Let Live! Small Profits Quick Sales!- , This may Bccm old to Uie nuWic because bo often used and so seldom carried out in good faith, nevertheless the secret to success is emlodditd in the nbove brief En)ing; nnd ns we Hgain throw our banner to the breeze, under the old fnm name of A. GL Williams & Bro, we pledge ourselves to fair deal ing with all who may favor us with their patronage. We have ever been opposed to Belling one ar ticle at less than cost to bale ihe univary, and then have to charge tron or three nrofits. on other goods in order to average our profits, the like of which is be ing done every duy with appar ent success, and jthat too at the expense of the purchaser. Be wise and buy where you pay a fair price for everything and then vou will "Live and -iiCt J-ive." Great IScdiictioji In price of Dress Goods, and in other goods we ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 September 1874

The Recent Balloon Voyage. Tub Cleveland 1adter rnntnln Ihn fol lowing ncroimt of tho recent remarkable Journey mnilo by tho nuiinnioth balloon "City of liufhilo," which ascended at Clcvulitnd. Five representatives of tho press accompanied I rof . Kins on this trip- Loosed from the cords and ballast Hint bad held tho ' Buffalo" anchored so quietly for nearly twenty-four hours, the graceful globe roso nmjesllcally above me nouses ana spires 01 tho f orest illy Gnzintr down from this "bad emi nence" upon tho benutiful square and tho lovely Avenues of Cleveland, upon tho vast throngs which filled streets and house-tops and looked as dnzzlingly beautiful as the colors of a kaleidoscope, as the gay ribbons and bonnets of tho iair sex moved about In the sunlight, criinps a grainier panorama could not le imauincu. There, too, were our friends, our wives, our children, upon whoso loving faces we might perchance never look again. But there was no time to iudulgo in gloomy fancies, for all we...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 September 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. YT&ibimir; &ep(, 'io. the r Interna tlonal Pasta) Congress U In session t Berne,' Switzerland, all of the delogrtes being present except thoso from the United States .'...tVcst, dont Grant Issued a proclamation on the 15th, reciting the recent K-volutlonary proceedings in i,otiiiiiHi, fttid stating XtiAt Oov. Jcouogg, the .b-gliUtiirc net hclnr In; mjpaloti, tad tnade application for Federal aid to protect the Stato and cltlcens thereof against domestic violenCo( Tid concluding followa! "Nw, trmwPnrn V. Bi Grant, President of the United Bute, do hereby make proclamn tlon and command tsld Uubulcnt nud dl twlcrly person to "disperse and retire peaceably to tlidr rosnevtlvf ahodds within Ave Hays from lliis dntc, and hereafter to fSiibnllt thomnblvba . to the Jawa anil constl thtod authorities of ait Id 81 ate, I Invoke the aid tthtt cojopcirnlUm all good citizen? thereof to Uphold the law nud preserve, the pu...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 September 1874

IJwjTolnug "'"gottinal. JAMES TIMWOSS, Editor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1874. Republican Ticket. ran vokasiss, Hon. JY.. 3VX. XXtt, Of Williams Comity. iSI Rrpuhllran Smist Titkrt. Tor fleeretsry nf Piste, AI.I.EN t. wvKorr. For Prrprsm Jiidgo (Iionf Tsrm,) MJTHER DA V. Fur Snprem Judge (Short Term,) W. W. JOHNSON. For Clerk of Supreme Court, RODNEY FOOS. For Bute Behoof Commissioner, T. W. IIARVKY. Itlainbcr Board of Publie Works, S. R. II03MEB. Republican County Ticket. Fur Auditor, SAMUEL CASE. For Treasurer, I. W. CLAYTON". For Clerk, A. D. STEWART. For Sheriff, ("TTAS. C. BAIRD. For I'ommiesionrr, ,1 A M E8 II. PIEKCE, vr. a. jewet.l. For lnfirmsrr Director, 11ENRY Lt'NDY. For Survevor, W. II. WOOD, fuf Cfoor, It. W. McMAHAN. With suck soldiers we hare no aym pithy. 1r have 800,000 true Demo el ate at home, who are better patriate than each abolition ao Idler ."-'rout Uurd. Republican Meetings. The Republican Central Committee of Wood count; hae made arrangcmenle for meetings a th...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 September 1874

rnkllshst XvtfiTukj Xtralaf j JAMES TIItirtlONS. One Cnpv On Year tf Paid ia Advance. ... U tt 1 1 0 One Copv 8li Months i.... ... OUR MOTTO! AND Let Live! Small Profits AND Quick Sales! This may seem old to the public because bo often used and so seldom carried out in good faith, nevertheless the secret to success is emboddied in the above brief saying; and as we again throw our banner to the breeie, under the old firm name of A. G. Williams & Bro, Tre pledge ourselves to fair denl ing with all who may favor us with their patronage. We have ever been opposed to selling one ar ticle at less than cost to bate the unwary, and then have to charge two or three profits on other goods in order to average our profits, the like of which is be ing done every day with appar ent success, and Jthat too at the expense of the purchaser. lie wise and buy where j'ou pay a fair price for everything and then you will "Live and Let Live." Great Ilcducfioii In price of Dress Goods, and in other goo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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