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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 September 1868

Poetry. LUKE LATHER. AFTER HOOD. Lm ii Latrkr wii i barber, ilrt ; And lived at Islington: Be oed to soap hi customer. And laid It thickly on. And yet he was no flatterer. For often be would carp At what they Mid. and belnj blunt, He took them op quito sharp. Tern wry atranea a mm to pert Could so expertly shave: But thongh no one could better scrape, lie never learned to aave. m clrcnmstancea belne straight, All thlnpn with him wort wry ; Ills fnnds'were low, no doubt Dccaue H held lila head so high. For It waa fonnd by all who crossed Tlie threshold of his door, Tho more be took their heard away, lie boarded them the more. And o ble customer fell off. Because hi tongue ran on. And wince no folk came In hie abop, lie found hia income gone. lie tried to borrow, but hla friend nd so nnfrlenrily crown. They left him to himself, and yet lie could not get loan. He thought " How cold tbla ernol world I" On ita wide arasta adrift ; Aril went and pawned hla ahlrt, for be Waa put to such, a...

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 1868

wnsunrg journal ff, J UnM'1"'-" aT.Wie.Via, Ill SAIIOBl OIOUCriBLICAN TICKLT. ran pninrvT, rLl'MRI MMPiiO i;HAVr. rod vice hpiiifkt, M'lll'l l.r.lt OOLI'AXi tale r.lccllati, October 1ft, nila Republican Congressional Ticket CO IHTHWFMTATIVH--TfHTIT NTICf, Ai:! W. AMU.F.V. nf Union Republican State Ticket. A-,Mr.'A'-T.-AAO R. KI1ERWO0D. .C'Vsrfj.-WII.I.IAM WHITE. flanrat rMie li irl-J A M ICS MOORE W Om.;....T-JOIIN A. NOKItli. Ifcr V S-pnnt fWl-ItOlNF.Y KOO. i mid Union Republican County Ticket. f-.Mwvr-At.FHF:n M. RPSSEM,. J,W.-J. W. IIIIOWNSIIFIUIKII. (Urk of A Cosrl-OlitlllOK W Kit DELI.. a,isiWr-.lllll YEAOEK. vMnr-)AMKL I). A MR. Itirmorg ..(- tOI.CMI'.VK C. Ill'M, 4. B. I.orKIIAItT, HESKY I.t'NDY. Campaign in the Tenth District. nr. Atony's appointments in Hill county ad vloinity tie follnwa i ltowling Gr.en Friday afternoon, ?cpt. 18 W.stun Friday evening, September H. Oileed Saturday afternoon, Heptciubor It. Tontngsny Saturday evening, cpt. lt. Ei-Governor UKNNito will inra...

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 1868

rCBMNIIRD tTRRT FRIDAY NorKIXti T OULINOEK & Ti.nnoms. TERMS. On copy, one fur, tJ : months I ; I monthe, 50c. invariably in advance. LOCAL MATTERS. WEW ADTERTHEnCKTII. Dry Qoods Houston A Frederick. In Bankruptcy Earl Bill. Administratrix's Notice Mary K. Shaner. Dilfh Uttina. N... 117 J. H. Near Inn. Ditch lUin(T, N.i. 113-J.H. Newton. Ditch Letting-, No. 131 J. B. Newton. Nnrtfrafre Sale Geo. Boetscb. Say, here yom heard from Maine T Hon. Titos. P. Ackers addrcssej the Democ racy at the Court-house, on Tuesday eveniug. Ominous. The Democratic flag wis run to the top of the pole, on Saturday, up aide down. Jack Froat. A heavy frost visited thin Ticin ity yesterday morning. Fires and orercnata were in demand. Tat Republicans raised a fine ash pole on Friday lam, Imm the lop of which fliea the las; of our country. Accident. A lad named Fixoantr, had a portion of his hand cut off in the Sure Factory on Monday last. Attention i called to the advertisement or Mrs. Houitok 4 FaDic. ...

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 1868

Farm and Household. Grass Lands in Autumn. Mxicr farmer! are rrmla aomrtlmpt In tfca mni(grnent of the mpudow lands. They often food down thme lnt in the rprlng, mow thftn when the ctms It quite ripe, and, when it marts pun, cut a ce- ona crop, or aown to tbe roots till the snow preyenU ft farther tktnninp. This is asking too much even of the best oils, while it is ruinous to those oompsru t1vcli(e.n or deficient In the mnsns of tvt tillty. Meadow stripped of thrlr corcr Ing during the scorching dsys of Anpust re-clothe themselves) but slowlr at the host. and it Is manifest! unwise to strip them bare of the protection which the aftermath Is Intended to gire them during the sersr Hy of winter and the equally trying pe riod of early spring. The after growth meadows should be red in autumn but sparingly, and, ind(5d, not at all if other means hare been supplied for tarnishing stock with fodder during the fall months. Meadows, like cultivated fields, requira some form a return of that w...

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 1868

THE NATIONAL DEBT. Decrease of $802,000,000 in Three Years. Tub following speech wm delivered September 10, before the Massachusetts Republican Slate Convention, by Edward Atkinson, of Jl mton, a gentleman who Is an authority on financial matters : Gkxtlems : In a short address, I pro poso to Justify, not to defend, the fiscal po.icy ol the Republican party. As the honored Chsirtnnn of our State Central Committee hns well said, its fiscal record needs bo defense ; It is a record of which we may well be proud. In speaking to you I shall pass rapidly over the details, lmtyou will find all my statement vended In detail in the printed reports. If there is any merit in the following analysis of tho expenditures or the laet three years, I can only claim the plan and method upon which it is placed bef.re you All tie data have been furnished me by the Hon. David A. Wells I long since perceived that the statement com nionly accepted as that of the maximum debt of the United States was not on...

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 1868

Jeunslutj) journal. 3 F. J. OBLIMiF.R, "Editor. FRIDAY.. ...SKPlEMT.Eil 2. lf.H ri-xj, 1 ! PreolAenMal r.lecMtin, nor "fT""" 5 I 2, lRftft. til SAT10S1L CMW tUITBUCAN tlCkET. ro r..inr.T. tXYSSFS linrSUM CH ANT, ma. tr mrii'FNT. h'HClLCtl tOtl AX. state F.utiUKt octette in. in Eepublicaa Congressional Tioket, ton rrsTTiT-rrvrn ntsTaicr, JAiUr.S n. AMILt.l. Union Republican State Ticket. SUcnfrv aStife-lAAC R. FHFRWOOR. . .Wjr - Wtl.1,1 AM WHIT P.. nrH , iivii- james moore. JAW A. NOKRlS. U.rk S frttM rViNrt-RUlM.T rOOd. Union Republican County Ticket. Trrw-A LFRt I) II. KUSSFLL. SUnf-l. W. UR0WN3IIEUUF.lt. (.rk of (wr- OFOROE W h UDELL. CMMMir-.liiHII YEAUER. trMwUANItli l. AMI'S. IJtrmnr Vt7renr-COLL" iLTi C. HTM, J H. I.OCKIIXHT, HE XII V LVNDY. Mass Meeting at Bowling Green. r-Oocrnnr liKNturw nni (i-n. I. R. SnnK vooDad lrvaa Ihr pml xi Hurt wg (jn'fil, on Wcdotlday Belt. Mass Meeting at Bowling Green. "We'll Fight It Out on This Line." Mass Meeting at Bowling Green. "We'll Figh...

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 1868

rrRLtRHRD FVKRV PRIDAT UtOR.VlXO V OIlLINGEIt & TMMIOKS. TERMS. On copy .oneyesr, te: t months i uninum, iwc, invsriaoiy in advance LOCAL MATTERS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. New Store Emrh 4. Tespor. Improved Road No. 15 J. 11. Xet D. Millinery Miss B. Collins. Ditch Notice Msny Petitioners. Is;sl Notice Norton A Murray. Knir Notice M. Warner. Ussier Commissioner's 8ale C. W. Errrs. ItflwnruVthe Oemocrstie aieteor, hss pe tered out. Wood Count; beniioe floored him. Want hss become of the flat: tint Hosted s fruity from the hickory pole f Are onr Democrat, o friends sshsmed of their Colors T We wsut to know. ff srs reqnested to snnnunce that Clerics, Treasurers and Hoards of Education will confer a great favor upon the Auditor by reporting, as required by Ur, ss soon ss possible. Era eh A Yrnger are now in full blast at their new establishment, with a fresh stock of tiptop Dry Qoods and Groceries, which they are selling at low rates. 8ea their advertise ment. Quae I Qasokt On the first ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 September 1868

Selected Miscellany. SING! THE DEMOCRATIC CROWS AND THEIR DOST CAWS. TUNE—Auld Lang Sync, Titt followlne pathetic scg It tuns bf ths I Crow (Wla,)Tariiiere: i. The tbl mnl to " Tam-ms-tijr," The black reb-el lo-moc r cj (" Blng.") It. PaM mi of flierr. from Now YorV. Hlato, " Wknt hll w do for ttrub to ste?" " F elrtl 1on( var we're hart mternle, We."t loel the ' Slut' snt Dlayed Um fo." IT. On sold voting wr-h from BnrkoTa Bute Bald Let u all rc-pn-dl-ate." (' Blng.") ' r. From tn-dl-sn-r cantton ram 'To win Ui race discard lb lain." I" Blng.") n. " Oeaa-t dirty trlrtta. don't kirk tha prlrka, But nomluate plain Tom Hendricks. ' " tn war all'a fair." roared not Frank Blair. Whose horrid en race filled the air. f Blng.") VIII. " Coneiraa and lawa are nanirM." aald Frank ; 'One I've dlg raced -t'other I'll Bank." IX. To boat the bond aome thnnrht that Chaae, " The Ureouback Nat," mlL'Ul wlu tbe ran-. ' . In vain Horatio oft refused To lead tha rvba and be abused. ("Sing.") xt. A lanr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 October 1868

Poetry. GRANT'S THE MAN! BY P. BLISS Tliia the mlrhty atinnt arlss, " Grants th man. Orsnt's the nun !" Bast and West, the watchword (lira, "Urania the very man I" Freedom run must erer stand i Fieht. trlnmphsnt, ml the land. W ho will take the task In hand Grant's the very man. Cttonra: Then rslhr for your leader, boya, rally for the Rally for the (la, boys, rally In yhnr mlrbt. Buckle on your aprons, -9'r i few more hides to Rally for your leader, hoyn, GnoU'$ iu itiy man t Who withstood the Vlckabnrg hallf Grant's the roan, Orant'a the man. Who at Richmond did prevail ? Grant's the rery man I WHO, when older ones looked bine. owed he'd put the matter throngh? Sho matt ftvry wont com tn f UrwUt lAt very man OHnnrs : Who will to the White Bonae go? Grant'a the man, Grant' the man no rebellions schemes o'urttirow .... ,)rnt thi-vorv man! who will tan the K. K. K.'s? Who Columbia' bannerralser ho receive the nation praloet Grant'a the Terr mas t —Chicago Evening Post. Selected Miscel...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 October 1868

z.sa..i 1 . J. OKI.IM. I (t, Editor. FRIDAY ..... Presidential Election, Nov., 1868. TEH NATIONAL UNION REPUBLICAN TICKET. th. wtrTrir"r. rfcTSsr.s sii.ii'bM c.nAJcr. r ricn rRrtfHvT, ReiirtkF.u colfax. KtU Ctert)e,n, Ortnhrr 1? Epublioan Conjto8lonal Tioket. . l Hf.rRWVTATI!!- TNTn flfTnl-CT, JAM IS .U. AMI LI V Union Republican State Ticket. XKr.'rVr.(i''i--1.A? It. Mlf P-WOOD. iprni JtiJj- W 1 I.LI A M IUTK. mVr ..ir.f T.i'.a IIW-s J A MI'.S MOOKC. Mo..! C.niiM,-...r-JOH' A. NMUIUS. flirt .( A 'p.-e,!, Cein-I-IIODM'.Y lUOtf. Union Republican County Ticket. 7vi..w-At.rnr.n m. nt'ssn.L. ilkr,ff-J. W. llUUWNSIO.KCK.lt. Urk , (.nurt - gi oiu.r, wnuirt.l,. IWnKNiwr -JiHIN YE ARFIl. 5rii-- DANIEL l. AMKS. l.jlrmarg Dirtnlort ( 01,1' M l:T" l". HOI, J. B. LOCKHART, HENRY LUNDY. REPUBLICAN RALLY. tfpti. J MV.H SCOTT and lion. It. 1'. KlUK will ail Iii'-k tli People, ill llie Ci.urt 11 .use, THIS K.Vl-'.MNo. I.t-t them be greeted Willi fllll Il 'Use. "We'll Fight It Out on This Line." REP...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 October 1868

Perrysburg Journal PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING BY OBLINGER & TIMMONS. TERM3. One-eopy.one yer, .i ! months tl t 3 month, 50c. liiTarinblr in advance. LOCAL MATTERS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Hartford Fire Insurance f taterient. Timet for Holding Conrt fur 18l9. Agent Wanted I'ormelff A Co. Cow Taken I'p John Tinner. Hatchet aid Money Lost Willi Oar. l'etilion fur Dirurce J. K.4 J. M. lion). Wu hare another slega of rain thi week. On Titrnlir next the Iioardof School Exam iner hold the'r session for the examinntiou of applicant teach.tr, at Uiia place. Read tli Annual Statement of (lie old and reliable Hartford Insurance Company, re prcScn ted in this county br A. J . Uakonkh .k., nt tJrand Itapida, and OroKiiR Strain, Esi., of Perrysburg, Ohio. No better Company iu the United Suits. Cnr on Fire. On Thursday mornln(t of last week, the express car of the a o'clock A.M. train took fire a short distance south of this pi Are, and it became necessary to detach it from the passenger coach...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 October 1868

from Senator Morton's at Centerville Ind. - rrfrrrtns to tbe ewnU of the . ...r mit Mr. Morton Mid : 1 Hr the election of Oe ncrul Grsnt w j-.-Vmine In frror of rjislntitlrilns. this rate-m of reoomtruptlon, nd carrying- it out to Bnl success , In fror of protectln: (ha Union men of the South, whit and tlak i In fTor of eqnM rtirht, of equal and nzitct lustier) to all men ; In furor of maintaining ths public faith of the nation h thn navment of the national debt ac cording to the law, a well aa the spirit of the contract, mine langnatre 01 inn v ni cago platform. By the election of Mr. Seymour w determine Just the opposite of all these things ; that the new Btate Gorernments recently organised In the South ahall be overruled ; we determine In favor of a new revolution t in favor of undoing all that baa been dona We de termine in favor of making war and revo lution the chronic condition of alUlri in thli country. We determine that we ahall have not a united people, but a people forev...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 October 1868

Poetry. WE CAN'T SURRENDER NOW! Tn rtrtiirirle tno florc and long, The eoM in Wnt too flenr . Not yet fnreoMon r the brtvet TVho hud no tlioni;ht of lours Tni-y r-otiM not the old dug toru From FVrrtnm'n hallowc-d brow, Nor enn we low what thy beqaeuthed We can't turrendor now 1 While II ope ! strong within the brewt r erpry frecmnn trne While t'nlnn pymbol proudly floate lr red unit m-hltn anil h1n W Ml God in Jn.t, and Might o'er Klght No Tictory will allow, W will he trne to Libert , We can't eurrendur now I Then salt n not to Tote for thrice Who hold onr brave bov bark, Whnn onward came the Intone foea With dcrolatine track; We cannot blot tJie record fair Of freedom's holy tow, We cannot dim Truth'a aacrcd light We enn't anrrendor now 1 WE CAN'T SURRENDER NOW! Selected Miscellany. THE OLD KEEPER'S STORY. IT was a quaint room in which I fat, with the firelight, flashing into each cor ner, and the Muffed birds, foxes and pole cats looking life-like in the leaping blaze. A quaint ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 October 1868

wjj&mn? Journal. OM.INftKR, KUitor. .OCTOilER S, Presidential Election, Nov 3, 1868. THE NATIONAL UNION REPUBLICAN TICKET. ron raimirifvT, I I.LVMI MJII'!.JI ilUT. i nm vie rn. m.T. , ,,, kunitii (oiiix, . mat I'lvfli Orihrr I. Republican Congressional Ticket. ..." K irrs'r,rrTiVa;-iVvTt ntcr.i(. I .,- . jint;i i. AMiu.uvt j. Union Republican State Ticket. Sr"-t Htr . 5l.n - ISA A ( II . FtlF.RWOOt): ft.iwiiM-fflM.IAM WII1TF. K-mher H'rrl PhI,IU H oi J J A M KS MOOIll1 OMMWinnrr-JdllN A. NO!tKlr ' Ur etfMW fWrl-llOll.NEV rOU3,.l Union Republican County Ticket. T-wf- A I.FT5E DMTRrsSF. I,t,.' t,r,f-J. W, BKOWNSHKItOKU. litre e rle Coorl-liKOrH.K WKPDELL. (MMeKrr-.IOHN YEAOKtt. 'jhmr-UAMEL . AMK.S. l.Jtrmarg iVeon.ie-rOIXMltVS C. HIM, .: J. B. LOCKHART. HENRY LUNDY. HENRY LUNDY. "We'll Fight It Out on This Line." REPUBLICAN MEETINGS IN WOOD COUNTY. Th Republican Enecntivo Cntnmtlloe of tliia intt hsv arranged a aerie of llepiitillcan leefctW,. he addressed hr the speakers, ami I t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 October 1868

Perrysburg Journal MBL!IIICD T8T FRIDAY MOHNI.XU BT on LINGER & TinmONS. TKRMS. Oneeopy one year, M: mnnthi '! atonth, 60c. Invariably in advance. LOCAL MATTERS. NEW ADVF.RTISF.fHF.lt TS. Home Fire Insurance Geo. Strain. Xotiee J. Sslsberrr. Publie Sale Mr, a. E. Robertson. Sheriffs Proelattration C. W. Ever. New Good A. G. William 4c Bro. hrag 8tore Champney A Wright. Master Commissioner's Sale C. W. Erers. A Card-. Jos. T. Inman. Ditch Sale, No. 11 J. B. Newton. .Ditch Sale, N. 12JW. B. Newton. Ditch Sala, No. 12J-J. B. Newton. Ditch Sale. No. 127 J. B. Newton. Hheriff's Sale C. W. Evers. Sheriff ' Sale C. W. Erers. "Once More Unto the Breach!" Grand Republican Rally! At the Court-House, Perrysburg, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 12. GOOD SPEAKERS WILL ADDRESS THE MEETING. N.II. Price, Eaaj., of the Hebrask CitvPrens, is on a brtal Visit arann; si rerryatmrg friends. Poblle Rale of excellent Household Furni ture, at the residence of Mra. A. E. RnnioiTSON, on Ironi-street, Monday next...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 October 1868

Farm and Household. Farm and Household. Should Stubble be Burned of Plowed Under! Tirri Is a onartlan which we oflrn hear (Jiroij with considerable earnestness, n4, so for aa we hare oboerrH. tho dls pottintt art prutty "finalr tHTidod. A tipwlMal consideration of the subject would crrUlnly lead one to believe that plrrwlna; stubble under is arcatly to be pre ferKd to burning it It neemi natural to suppose that by the first plan we restore to Vie toll mnr.h greater amount of ma terial out of which to form other crops thaa we can do by simply burning It But do we reetore to the toil the matcrlnl In form that can be amlmllated by the next cfopr Can we make thli sttiMile ln itrnmenrl In increasing the fertility of land, either by tuelf or by It action on other snbstancoa contained In the soil? Thene are questions which it la well caro fuUy to consider. That any considerable Quantity of tho ttubble of ripe grain finds Its way lutothe next crop that Is raised on the field, no one will pr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 October 1868

Poetry. Poetry. ULYSSES, THE TANNER. Hat and Father." ,-o tha bora In Illinois ' , . Thnre Itwd as honrst Immt, Who tanned the tnucheat prairie hide, ' In tho completr-fit irunr.or ; p And whMi the rebeta took up anna, Onr c-Mintrr to dVntrti-, ' Thnn In lb Held lis tanned thera well Lljaeoe m ibe bo; I -. , i lXfr';thm ninth anont, Indttaglt oni mime Is on our banners ; tTlTaa a la the people's rhotc , 1 Ami prtdoof ll the Tanner I , In East and West, and North and Sonli, CMir Itfi is proudly atreamlng; Llko conntleaa atara In yonder aky, " "i Oar llL'htaaru nrtehtly (r learning. Tho wirrled uat of Fmadoia's guard '. For conflict now props. res, . To vanquish traitora through tho land, And hunt them to their lair. Then raise ths sn'frfll, and rlfi? It out We'll ronko them mend their manners; TJIyaaee Is the people's chotoa, And marches with the Tannera I Wo'ye had ennnsh of hlnsterlng Blair, i 1 O 'er the " lost canse" renlnlne ' Wado Hampton's nraa; and Fnrreat's blow, And Hcjmiio...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 October 1868

'""j! unLINOKH, Editor. FKI0AT.... .OCTOBER 16, 1PC8. i. u Presidential Election, Nov 2, 1868. THE NATIONAL UNION REPUBLICAN TICKET. w irrfis"rt, . ftTtrs impson onANT. "t ' en. tr Werarnev. v ( ' KHCVLKII CLI1X, . .. - Utlrt i larft, -, i DAVID TOD. , ; HAUUEL UALLOWAf. Dlatrlet Elestare. vltjOITN O. OLDEN. . . M-STANLRT MATTrTFW"-. H-ANDRK.W O. MohtlRNKY. fit JON ATH AN CRANOR. " PM-DATm THOMPSON. . rM d'atid n. bailey. f 1 rM CHARLES C. WALCtJTT. .: ffM-L. H. MATSON. - r LUTHER A.HALL. - . JCH-HIKAM IRKASE. ,,. JTM-JOUN J. UARt'T.R. .'XIIA-f. M WAORNHAL".. tm -w. d. tmvii.ton. s-riraa u l innra Xrik-LEVI DAHHKR jrrr-Isaac welsh. i Arm-ftii. r. ni.n;B.i:E.tt. i .TXA-FREDERICK KINSMAN. THE ELECTIONS. Great Republican Victories. Ohio 15,000! Pennsylvania 15,000! Indiana 8,000! Nebraska 2,000! LET US HAVE PEACE. .. tylvtnls snd Indiana, resulted in a Republican . vnuanpn. n.sre hare Deeo large Republican tains In Ohio nd Pennsylranls, anil a small lotn Indian. W csrrv Ohin bv a'iniit...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 October 1868

rCBLIHRD IVIRT FRIDAY MORNING BT ODLINOCII & TIM HONS. TERUS. On copy, no year, at: 6 moo tin 11 monttii, tOe. Invariably in advance. LOCAL MATTERS. TIME TABLE.—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. IS 8ii r a tail r It 67 rated a (Mir l.M r at aad IMi I t r and a.M r 1.18 r at aa HHt Hlri axl tv.t r 1(4 ra anil 10 40 r and 10.4a r "Perry ibarf ... all Frairt.. Raskin Tenterta?... WeetOB Mllloa Caitar....... GOING NORTH. Milton We.tin TeatogaBg.. lUikin Hull Prairie. trrybrg . (ltd t r and and I M and an and a II 49 4 Ot a 4 n a 4.S4 a 4 m a S.on a t.SO a wt at and i.W and . 45 n and ACCOMMODATION eetae tivrm, aiiM bost. r T.l.da a.Dn tt I rtr 6 M am ferryahurg 8 ftn r I Milton. ...... ...a, a n flail Prairie. 4.M r I W.ston T.l a a fUiklaa ......M a Tontogang.... . T M a Tiitonan 4.4 at I Hasaint .......- a We., Vl r ' Hull Pralrla Millan B 6 p I PerryaWR . . a a Caatar IM a a I Tolelo ..."' SENECA J. POWELL. Agent. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. New Knot and SIM Store Kacott negncr. Admiaia...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 October 1868

An Eloquent Speech by Schuyler Colfax. Tn following In a portlonjof the speech dcllTered by t'cliuj l.-r Oolfui, al Lafayette, Indian, t I com rre f)r TTH lihtftber purpofm. It wm not to umbe s, politic! speech. It u nnnerieewsry. You know Tight well, m toq rtnd the newspaper, vital my . ortiu ions &rtm Uie trout Questions of tho rW I h.w fclt thnt Sblf-rvspcct nrl propriety forbid in cHlorlne tlo DoViticsA rcDA. to Analyse, Vscs, anii criticise tTic principles nd policY rtt ihoM tmvpd nmlnftt ns. I will rot denY thvt I hare lonaod thus to peaK In this campaign b"t I have felt thnt whe prrnomt Are Delected lor the two Mghqnt office. In tho nution, as tlioy are ndcViho itttfhctt In 4tao world. that a enn f proprk'ty should rostrum thorn ironv bluer or personal attacks or.mu ciam on tho turn! Ion and character of rm postnjr candidates. " Whatever, therefore, othcrt may do, I must Ni iHlthrui to my own convictliWH, ami aroid such a course. in regard to tUo prlnclptoo, policy, piai ...

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