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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 14 August 1868

Poetry. CAMPAIGN SONG—THE BOYS IN BLUE ARE COMING. BY J. M. ROE. JR. From the Cincinnati Chronicle. Tiirr'fcrc cofWtis, Mr. Spvmonr, hot of born Id blue, ' Frrfh from a hnmlred tK-lds of war, tho battle- - . fmrrefl and true , Not now with (fic.imins bayonet and roll of mar tini drum. Bat armed with ballot, for tho right, In peaceful rank trmv fom ; To shield the jtarry 11 ig they love, from traitor' hand! ant-w, They are cumin;,', Mr. 8e vmonr, a boat of boy In blue. They are eomius, Mr. Boymour, tho loyal boy In blue: From Value and from New Hampshire, and the Hay Statu over true, From tlio tireen Mountains of Vermont and Lit tle IPiorty's fhore. From the hnavviM.U of Connecticut, tho hardy veteran pour ; A late when Hilling o'er tho land, the newsof Hii inter Hew. Thoy are coming, Mr. Seymour, tin loyal boy In blue. They are coming, Mr. Seymour, tho loyal boy In blue. From New .Iorny and from Delaware, and Mary land ever true ; And from the prnnd old Keystone State, man an ewerin...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 14 August 1868

Ik, ....... f... u. AllUlt'tt r.i oiimmcf.ii, K.tiioi. FRIDAY". .AVUIST 14, ISfiS. THE NATIONAL UNION REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, SIMPSON GRANT. For Vice-President, SCHUYLER COLFAX Wood County Republican Convention. Tht Republican Voter nf Wood County are tvnsu-d tn meet in Convention, in I In wit tin itren, on Kiiturtlty, Angnt in. I).), art IO o'clock A. M., fur the purpose nf nominating c mi ! ill 11 1 fur the folio Ing rutin tyntRce, towltt 'n Sli'rill', on Treasurer, niie Clerk nf Common IMcaa Court, one Com missioner, one Smvcvi.r. nd three Ititli niarj 1M rectors. Alan, tn appoint delegates to attend tin' Con gresHiimn) Coiirentinn, nt Napoleon, on the l'.hh day of August, IKS, niul iimiii the Miming basis! On delegate lor rttry it" hundred Vote east for (Inrcrnor llavr.s, in HI. The propriety (if changing ir cnnvciiHona to Of detegnta or popular tole erslrni will lie submitted for the consideration of tlio Conven tion. ilr order of Wood Co. Fxrrulivn fVmniiltcc. E. Cha...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 14 August 1868

gwjjsbnrg . goutual rt'BLlNIIRD KVKBY FRIDAY MOKM.Va BY OnLINOEU & TIMNONS. TERMS. One copy. on. year, st I t months till months, OOc. Invariably in advance. LOCAL MATTERS. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. H Hi r anil f.no r n I r end ( tiii r 18 .17 r a and M r 1.00 r m and y.M r 1.10 r and lri 1 i r m and Ui.St r m I ' r m and Hi 4ii r a 1 44 e a and 10.45 r a Teledo rVrry.bur. . ... t . Hull Prairie Ila.kin. Tuntoirao Wetu , Milton Cutter , GOING NORTH. I H r a and K 4.1 t a ! ?! H and llVia , 2 r a and 4 m a a S IM) r a and 4 Si a a son r a and 4.84 a a Cnrtar Mllinn Weittin Tontneany Ila.kin. Hull Prairie P.rry.burg null and 4 Sfl a a S.iil r a and .to a a ft 4.1 r a and .8ll k a Toledo.. ACCOMMODATION. GOING SOUTH, GOING NORTH. .... M A a DM A a Mil a a .... TM a a P iw a a .....! a a M 4 a a w vft a a Tal.do. H.imi f a I CNutar. tVrry.iinra'.... Hnll Prairie. tt.nkln Tottta.sny .. . . W.rton . Milton Ca.tar .8 Jn r a I Miltnn 4.M e a j W.itnn.... 4 Vfl r I To...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 14 August 1868

Farm and Household. Farm and Household. Care of Woodlands. It l p''om tlit tlie owner of wood lnntlii in this country ever tlilnk of tuklnft the lent rare of them. It norms to make but Tory littlt'itifTrrenco wrtetltiT tho trro grow stVuiglik or crooked, ulnwly or rnpltl ly, for rmtirr 1 left to tukp rarft of her own prodimtirmi; tmt to rWo hT any afwistanoe l nn exrcptlnn to the Rcncriil mlo. In tho ono of forest e curt cpf- tninly loam uh.'U frnin tho. ppnplr? of .j.uruppan rotintrii1, where every lnrjrt landc'l estatrf rind Its forrstrr, whosp lmsi ness It is to Attend tu nil the woods helotic iiiR to it. He not only has to nee that t he woods are irmx'rly pruned nd thinned out, but thirt K ponstant .imply of younc trw lire at hand to fill up all vneant snaees that may ba made by rcmovlntr tho old and mature-timber. On several occasions We have called the attention of nur readers to the Importance of planting -fore!, but we wlali now to remind them that the care and tircscrva- ti...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 August 1868

Poetry. "THE COPPERHEAD." Tdt Cnlnmbna Jomt ny: "If .fnjia Itopley Ann' know the Copperhrad lnl(lr and ont, thare ie no aae iinn wnfm i nion aoidlrra on furlonrh wero mnrdervd dnrlng the wr," Hla lean It mng and abarp, and vigorously laid on. If Minn ib noi a ourn ni, n nu at lout larr or 5!1 If Adjcctlrea a..d brphom ere hla rtollght Here it what John Mr. In Uia Biterrn Jotrnnl of J one 5: Of all the ractlone men we're teen, t.iitinij nnw or long tin dead, Ho one waa erer known to im-an A him we call a Copperhead : A drartfvadlng Copperhead; A nnel aiding Cnpiwrhcad -, A rrowlinfr, alandprtug. Bowling, pandartnir, Vlcloua, Statoe' rights Copperhead. From him the derenrtea of life. Ami all lia connate hare (led He Uvea In fretful, faction atrtfo; A U'ttT, touchy Copperhead ; . A ltKro-fcartng Copperhead ; m A rehol-c hiTorliii: Copiierkvad ; An nnlearncd. uiilirkca, l)ft-aponied, oft-whimied, Doughfaced, cringing Copperhead. When " 8:ire the t'nlon " waa the cry. And thonanrta for t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 August 1868

,,. , , r. J. oni.iNiiMt, i;mi. "i t RlDAY. -tall! THE NATIONAL UNION REPUBLICAN TICKET. THE NATIONAL UNION REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, ULYSSES SIMPSON GRANT. For Vice-President, SCHUYLER COLFAX HON. J. M. ASHLEY. inmlt)lfi fnf OutiRrfim.nr llm Ci-ni-ni-tUm, at Ki?olioii, on TV'iltipiliir, W?'ii. Jami-k QaiX withdrew iia nnmc t Cuinllitutc, in , iKtnl publisWI lu tho Tiili-tlu p.iH'ril, on Tuvi ' dAj'Utd. i '. i . ' lvr. UrnAM Fmiar, of Xapnl.ton, n imiiii j ktr-l for I'tvkidvntiiil Mi'Ctnf. THE COUNTY TICKET. ..' '.Tkt Si'fiublieiin County Cniivvtitlnn s l.ilJ M IVUnn Orecftan Um P.ilurdiT, nil n lldi-t yinoui In o ruin Una irorth tlw nu h.rt of or rt (rnoj tititrnnf tka oant.v. It ??, pcrhpi. inV mfpM OiAtrntinn t?trr imHirr.Sli'd in V'm & ' Omint, nil Its rVlilnrnlimm thrnnj ! iif, nl thoutl ehfrU?rifi?d tt tlun s wiili nlmrp ili-i-.evuniink, rriiu th m.ilii m uki'd n illt nn.mim iif n4 hurmmiy. tto pmcccilinf; of tint C?in , i(Ui will be fi-unil lpitil iu foil lu tliW ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 August 1868

mpVnrg f0utunl rCBURUEO KVKBT fRIDAY JtORNl.NU BV OBLINOElt A. TIM.UONS. TERMS. On opy.oaeycar, ti month I I mentis, OOc. luvansbl? in advance. LOCAL TIMETABLE—D. & M. GOING SOUTH. It.lo r n a ad .......... li a- r a ami Toledo Perry, bar Hall Prairie.... Ilafkln, Toaiogany..... . Wtaiun.... i . . Milton.. ........ Cuiar O.no p M mi p ......... ,1'.' ;.T r st ami P '.' r ..' . M) T nd r ,.. 1.10 a ami la im r 1 W a ami in tx p , Kin nd 1i 4U r ... 1 r and 1D.45 p GOING NORTH. Cmlar.......... Mlltoa Wetua TentofAay.. .... llaaklni , Hall fralrle.... Perryatiurg ...... t l end t a and f.A p a and t Ml P and . ........ 8 "Ml P a and a t' P and .......... !t.0 r and 4. IIVlI IWlK 4 2 a 4.M ' 4 Pfi i S.Ort a 4. SO S 45 a J ACCOMMODATION. GOING SOUTH, GOING NORTH. A .....O.'rtl A .!" a . . . . T M a a CuB a 6.12 am R.4'2 a a Tolado.. .D.on p a Perrvikura.'. .. Hall Prairie, llaaktn ...a.. Tontae any . . . jo p a 4.M p a 4W m .4.44 p a .M it. in Wettnn.... Tniitassny. Hnskins ... HuU I...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 August 1868

Farm and Household. Grass as a Renovator of the Soil. Trm gti has not yet developed one of it (TTCKtCRt benefits: but U la fast armrrmrh- injr It, namely, the benefit of (trass, both an ' a lotHM rlnL anil aa a rennvsttir of thn soil. We have a two fold benefit licro and each is important It la this, more tan artyiriiiift else, that improve our aou. lialrying and the nan of elover do this. So great la thia advantage that It ta font bo coming universal, ao far at leaHt at it i praclicabln, Dairies aro being rmilliplicu, and rapidly, not only irom llio benefit 'which results from llielr product which ta equal, ncrhapa, to that of craln, and mi per tor In manr localities but fur the clloct unon tho anil ; this la never uncer tain, but may bo relied upon at nil times. And it is the right kind of Improvement ; It is what the soil has grown, and will crow again : and It is readily converted into plant food ; a season will do It effec tually half a season Will prepare it (tho roots) for us...

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 1868

Poetry. DEMOCRACY. From the Pittsburgh Gazette. Do yon want to sea the greenbacks m plenty at the toavea That jtrew th gronnd In Aatnmn beneath the forest treee. And make yonr dollar eqnal to the smallest nlrkol Then neat ahead, my beauties, and with com. and rebels Join, And ra' w the Democratic thont Tor Seymour and tor Blair. Do yon think that Thomaa Jefferson, that ancient Democrat, Who wrote the Declaration, was an ignorant old flat ? Becanm he publlthed to the world that htghfalntln train 'Boat ennal risrhta to all mankind, and ehAwcd an addled brain t If so. then rote for Seymour and hit Adjutant. Frank Blair. Do yon wlnh to see the rehel,hom we thraahed tn elity-flva. Arrayed ayaln for battle, and aa wtrkedly allTe To drive their blowe at Liberty, and Are nponher And cut the throats of loyal men, " and flannt their rebel rag?" If thafa yonr with, then cant yonr votes for Seymour and for Blair, Let all renndlatora and all re belt fall in rank, . An give their, very londcat ah...

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 1868

Perrysburg Journal. pnW-nn, ina OHIO UNION STATE TICKET. ro rr.tr.iT. rMl'.M'H,""i KANT. rod vir-rmwn!Kv. illltli.t' t'OW'ASi i:1rrlr f.r;r. H Will TOP. pAMl ft AI.!.0VAY. i- DUtrlet rii-clor. THtin'r'i. " l-t- 114- M-Ji'rjoXATiMS en wort. . -rt-lAV!P TIIOMI'SON. VM-DAVIIt H. IIAM.KV. . l7,rllKI,KS T. WAI.l'lTT. 177,-1.. MATStlX. V-I.l THi:U A. H.U.I.. Vtt-IIIHAM FRF ASK. ' VM'OHN J. IMIll'K.lt. TO-P, M. WAOKMIAI.!, . vfia-Vf. I. HAMILTON. Vf I'M J. M. HAKitKK. ' Vl'rt I'KVI IIAUHKR. . rM-MAA: WELSH. T17-EI. F. HlllNKK'tR. XYIIIH XlXiS - Hi E D K li H- K K I X ? M A X . nnry D. 'IV it Republican Congressional Ticket. Republican Congressional Ticket. FOR REPRESENTATIVE--TENTH DISTRICT, JAMES M. ASHLEY. Union Republican State Ticket. JSwttuMfcilf-HAAe It. MIF.KWOOD. ,rnmi! Mi' - WILLIAM Willi K. M'mb.r Dxt'nl Puhti ll'wh-J AMK MOORE tHn4 (mmini.irr-JOII V A. NOHRH. Cl.rk of S-pw fViuri-UODNKY FOOtf. Union Republican County Ticket. TVrnpirrr At.rnr.i M. Itl'SHK t.t,. ,vwi-J. w. nuuwxsi...

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 1868

fw(tj9bitrg gfotrnint ri'DLtaflRD trtRT FRIDAT MORXIXU RT OltLINQEIt &. TMI.IIOJIS. TERMS. One eopy, one year, tl s months 1(3 months, flOc.' Invariably in advance. Local Matters. Local Matters. TIME TABLE---D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. Toledo Ierr-ftiure.... Hull Prairie... ILiklnt Tontogany Wftill Milt Cu.tar 18 H' t and (.DA r u II 67 f h and 9 "ii r l.tS r .ml ."i r n 1 I' r m nd t.M r l.M r and 10 es r Hr anl 10 St r a I M n and 10 40 p 9.00 r m and 10.45 r GOING NORTH. Ctr Mllion vtn Toniii-sny llailtln. Hull Prairie... I'arry.foara; I IX r and 4A a a tiltn nnd titia 8.8 r and 4 Ul a a l.H r and 4 '2i a a 8 imi r nnd 4.04 n n 01 p m and 4 Ita a A.Vfl r M and fl.i'U a Toledo. HU and S.80 a a ACCOMMODATION. GOING SOUTH, GOING NORTH. Tetsrto. .a.no p a I Oo.tar M AM I'erry.toiri. . . Hall Prairi. Ilnklni ..... TnitOjrny .. . Wmton Mill. in Cuitar . .VI p I Milton 4..n p a weaton.... .4 i p a I Tontoir.ny. .4.43 p n Hs.kins ... ..VIO p x I Hull I'rulrle .6..MI .7 10 A M ...

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 1868

Farm and Household. Farm and Household. Do Forest Trees in Fields Impoverish Farm and Household. Do Forest Trees in Fields Impoverish the Soil? fiD,.WU S Interval throng moat K KtUyw" to wheat The Tilht was boimtifHl ono, the groprt, 5lni branches of the trer form ntr the flnwt powihle contrast with the ripening irsin The landscape wm enrlmntinf, ns Sompiired with the treclers prairies of IUi noln An n moid for painting, or a sub if V.ir nnstoral poem, we could not but. think that one ncre of this rod clay iand was worth a quarter-section of our prnirin soil, hlarlt with vegetable mould. Wc stopped our horse on every hill top to ad mire a prospeot more beautiful than any afforded by tho grandest city. We called to mind all the testimony that " false wit nesses " are prone to produce against al lowing forest trees to stand on ground which I cultivated for annual crops, par ticularly wben It Is to be gone over with a reaping machine. Wo Imagined every tree which we saw before us as li...

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 1868

Poetry. Poetry. A QUIET LIFE. BY CHARLES G. STERNE. BY CHARLES G. STERNE. I. A i.ittls f lib beside the bed, A little fiice Above the spread, A little frock behind the door, A little shoe npon the floor, II. with dark brown htlr, t A little Mna-ryed faea and flr; A little line that leads to school, III. A little hlltheeome, wfnsnmo maid, A little hand within his laid ; A Kittle rnttaire, acm fonr. A liule old-time household store, IV. A llttte family gathering round ; A little turf-heaped, tsr-dewed mound t A little added to hta aotl j A little rent from hardest toll. IV. V. A little silver In hair: A little stool and essv chair; A little nleht of Faitti-llt doom ; A Uttle cort?a to the tomb. —Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. LITTLE BROWN HANDS. BY M. H. K. TniT drive home the eowa from the peat are, I'n through the lone shady lane, Where the qnatt whistles lond In the wheat ielda, That are yellow with rtpenlne grain. They And, in fhe thick waving grasm. Where the ecarlet-llpped straw...

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 1868

C" fC' jiTtn 1.1 N M E R Editor naiuY.7rrr:m'xTfiEit 4, ihcs 1 THE NATIONAL UNION REPUBLICAN TICKET. ma rmtftnuvT, I'LY!". MMl'KO lilt AXT. I run vii' rni;iiKKT, fH lit . I t tl 'l. Ai 1'lr-rtom at I.rnp. DAVID TOD. SAMIM. UALLOWAY. lHntrlrt I.lrctorn. Diltrirt: M-JOHN 0. Ol.DF.N. " .(-STANLEY MATTHEWS, r.-.TON.vTilAN rtiAxnn. lrttAVln TrKVI'SON. Vik-DAVlD II. WAIIET. ttth. CHARLES C. WAI.Ct'TT. !''-!.. W. MATSWN. J.Vf-l.t'TIIKIl A. HAM.. ,A-IIIIUM FJiKASK. .VM-JOUS .1. IIA It I KK. MikTf. l. WAKKMI.U.S. Mir -vr. r. ihmii.iox. .vpvt-n. M. HAiuiK.it. m-i kvi Uahiimi. . .XVIii ISAAC WKISII. AI7M-KD. F. HCHNKi:i:it. A I lll'h A.Y FREDERICK K I NSM A X, Republican Congressional Ticket. Ton KrmcriTtTn K -TrvTit himiiht, JANIM M. MII.I;V. Union Republican State Ticket. .V-rrrfnry iw ISAAC II. SHERWOOD. ,Vrr.' .Mgr -WILLIAM Will I K . .l.Mb-r ...m '.iWic IIWiU-JAMKS MOORE. ,V4W ('..maiiM,'..M.r-JOIN A. NOllltiS. (f it ... rViwi'i RODNEY I OOrt. Union Republican County Ticket. 7Vm....r-ALFl...

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 1868

rTBl.tSIIRD RVKR Y FRIDAY MGRXIXU BY OBLINOEIt V TIMillONS. TERMS. One enpy. one year, tf I t montlii 41 1 S monlln, Mc. Invariably id advance. LOCAL MATTERS. TIMETABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. Toledo , Prrrysharf ... Mall I'ralrl., Ilatkin Tont.KM,.., We.tim Ml Hun ......list) r a and K.oa r i II 57 r a aoil t.so r i I. la r and 1 M r i I IH r a and s.M r I l.ta r and Uvea r i Ii aod l.t r i I M p and 10 r i GOING NORTH. , Hilton Wtilun Tonlntanr... lla.kln IUII rrairl. Itrrytbarg t.io p K and 111 i r p a and 49 a l i.tl p a and IHn t.ftn p and 4.24 a i S.nn p a and 4. a a i S.ni P a and 4 l a i t.W P a and S.on a I ACCOMMODATION. GOING SOUTH, GOING NORTH. Taleda rrrytir,i... Hall Frairla.. llankln Tsntniaay ,. . Wentnn ...... Mllt-in Castar. ..I.on p a radar t M a i i,I.Mri Milton O.Mai -4.Mra Wattoa 7.10 a i .4 go r a Tnnlotanr 7 Ml l ,.4.4'ipa lls.XIn n.H a i ,1.H r a Hull I'ralrl..... i ,.. p a Perryilsirg . a ,.6.M p a Toledo " 1 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. NEW ADVERTIS...

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 1868

Farm and Household. Composting Manures. Wk fhfupn' notice article n ovtr )rrrultrtnw eirMnirc urpinn the tmrtnr Unoe of comp"tin(rmmirci. KxccpMng In few fpeUl ce where an tmmorilnle nd concert trWd effect I Mntl,l, wo rnnnoi pproclto tht Important. For all ordinary nrl eoncral tmrnofwa the oll of the floltl li the bent prwulblo compost for course manure that wto ray It Is bort to proud the manure upon the Hold u noon m It is sulUclcntW reduced to be turned nnder by the plow, prorlded It Is turned ondcr Inimedlateiv. or Terv soon. Our reason for this nnfnrnnc la. thai a large amount of ammonia Is thus saYcd to the soil and the crop, which In ttao process of fermentation and decay In the Compost bean, escapes into the air and is lost: and when we remember that a large portion of plant food consists of nltmaron anil that this Is snpplied to the plant in the form of ammonia, ana that ammonia Is the product of decay, the reason for this preference will be obrinua. It is not the well-rot...

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 1868

Poetry. BABY POETRY. WRITTEN DURING THE JULY HEATED TERM. lono mnrntn, daddy, Hnw do oo dof Kadrfcr hnt wedder I link, don't oof 'Momter nptoftft. Makes follow wat, Hope It'll ret cooler, Aint done It yet. How's nil the rotea, I'ntlf. annta, end totsoiut Hope pm'i all woll. tUot em by de downs.) Mamm? aays Is fat, Toodont be murk fatter (Mlithly snre o' dat.) And dal'a what do matter. Dos I'll hare to atop, Dlttnn raser lanr, "Frald mi bahy talk Make old daddy crazy. Tell oo what oo do Don't oo say oo can't. Take me ont November next I doin to rote for Drant I Selected Miscellany. HOW I CAME TO GIVE HER AWAY. I was eoine to write a tele. When I en tered my study for that purpose I knew no more man you do wnat tne taie was to be about, or what sort or a tale it was to be, or now mucn copy - n would De desira ble to compress or eke it out into. I had worked up all the plots or subjects on my list, and had no one to begin with. For all that, I took my scat at the accustomed place, and ...

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 1868

gwfrtitrj gjouvnaU fkTda y T.TTT k v i k m i ! nli li," isc? n of Tli THE NATIONAL UNION REPUBLICAN TICKET. I Liwi:1 siJii'Mn ;iiaint. ron nr rttMtNT, RCItl 1 l.l'.U MILI AX. Republican Congressional Ticket. fO HMHtnKNTATIVI TKTI1 TUSTHtlf, JAJI1'. HI. ASIIl.l'.V. Union Republican State Ticket. TMr ..(. ISAAC n. PI1FRWOOD. ,,mm. Jwl.jt- WILLIAM Will T P. . ,VasW flonrri rhl!o HVrl- ,1 A M F.H MOORF. aVAoni OtMat.mari JOHN A. NOIUUS. U.rk of Stprrm fWt-HODM'.Y FOOS. Union Republican County Ticket. ZVni.arc r AI.FRR1 M. It C S SELL. -,r,,i. w. iiitoVNsiii;uiii:ii. fYert- o1!. Court-WFORliF. WF.DDEM'. t,mmiin.r - .1 ( 1 1 1 N YKAtlL'K. Surer for lUMI'.l. I. AMF.S. iyrr inf-COI.l'MIK'S C. HUM, J. B. LOCKHART. HENRY LUNDY. Campaign in the Tenth District. Mr. Asiti.Kr'i appoiulnicnU and riciiill.r nro ns follows i llils cmmlv 1'errynburg Monday evening. S nlcmber 1 1 Kliuorc 'Itiosilny nllcrnonii. September lj. r romonl I uosilnv evening, rpleiniicr i.i. Fnatiuia Wednesday iil'lcninim, So...

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 1868

rTBMSIIRD KTKKV FRIDAY MORMNd BY OBLINOEn K TinNOKS. TERMS. On eopy. one year, til ft months a t a nontnt, ove. Invariably in advance. LOCAL MATTERS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. RherilTi Pulp C. W. Krers. Tontofrany Mill-Peck Miller, loiter Xo, l-.tlardner A Co. While Pin Compound C. Psmon A Co. Let;al Knlic Elixa Jennings. lgsl Notice F.dsin Tuller. Administrator's Sale kinni Fritter. Guardian's Sale A. E. Frederick. Bchool Lands for Sale J. U. KcnUn. AheTy storm (if rain, accompanied by thun der and liichtning, passed over this place on Sun day evening. Tie work on he nw Union School Huildinjr. is driving ahead rapidly. When cnuiple;ed, it will be an ornament to our town. Are ear Tarmers making preparations fi r the State Fair T We want to fee a (rood repre sentation from WimhI County, for we know that shecsDesrry olTsomaof the premium), if she will. Democratic Pole-raisin g. To-morrow s fler nonn the Democrats propose to rniao a hickory pole at the corner of Isiiiisiana-avenne and Sec nd...

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 1868

RECORD OF DEMOCRACY. RECORD OF DEMOCRACY. Extract from a Speech by Hon Sam. Galloway, of Ohio. ... i nnnMIntn mwlln H.!n Pm. Oalloway dehrered a powerful acMriws, rfTlcwInjr the past records of the ?ii.inai rrt o of the dar. After witlnfr h no1'1" hni wcoeMful efforts of the mnd Itopu nnmn i7 inrmnvv r . i J.. V. ,..t,nml t ha our enmry tiunun ... rebellion, ana us eriirsn:iiu-rvn -Uln our national credit, he turns the pie Inn round and rtves n a fall low of the thr atl the Democratlo record. Here It la I tell rou, my follnw-cltlzons, patriotism ncTerdiea. ihiiik and lmnorishablo m the very elo mnfit nf freedom. 1 toll you. when you and I are In the jrrave j when many other things will not be remembered, there will be a precious memory of what we have done for our country, and what we have done for the world. Applause.! I tell rnn I hare three boys, and I would rather leave them the legacy of freedom than any other legacy. I thank God when I come to die I can beaueath to them this l...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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