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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 July 1870

POETRY. POETRY. WHY SHOULD WE WORRY! WHT ihon'rt wnrrvf TMs life (a not 1onr Tie I v X ei n plc-h- It,. feaK . 4 ' Kill Myti'rt ehi1u- H h wh-'a not e-reo" rnongh VVIanlv W,tti (,imn ff re1, r... . . , nat cmarrt, wt'h crmrnw not balf ennngh v hm:u Tin ii wa tnnar vn rear p !T' i HJH"','r """ "'i 'Cbftt o lghnna;h; - .....w, no i iv, vuu ours i. dh ueje. MmrV trn nrton will hrlrig na rtM anrrnwa VVheJ fi,.y t ber, ald , W,h u,m i iZ.""' forff f The frmt a'nna firtrrows Freaont mrreta from tho irrtnf of the pat. Can now chaav II r wepjiln an wliintngf V hat'a done la dutin, ami Ik nVnn pat lecall ; II who the tnnw-nt. forir fa. In mplnlrg, - ; j , ITacleaa and vain, la Ilia worts luol ul All. ' rmfin ma wip..tni to atri t- MHn. -"!.! nHB ant iciirii(l,,tliroirh tho Jfuturt's dark wiiy. ahmnld nx tramnl at whit Hie t frnrlrt 'hr lmiiifi bur 1r-'-mir ir Hit n with sfiVii'ht 9 Walt till they're leal rhtr.ps, ar.d preaeat be for mm i Tf thoy are worth It, we'll tare for Ihrm then ; N'w 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. — 22 July 1870

FRIDAY,". "V . JULY 22, 1870. OUR MOTTO. Wrt half tlio power tl.nt 0i In tl.o world with terror, fr half lit raltli bcslowccloit irmp snd cnnrU, . fllren tn rrilrrm tllr ITimmn nrlnd from error. Ther were im need of aramsls nor fntla. Th wrrlor name would be a name abhorr'd, And er nation tlmt atinnld lift again Ii band against a bmilior, on II forehead Should wear forerormoi the curse of Cain. !.Mtjf tVolr, Republican County Convention. A Connty Convention will be lipid Hi Hie Court-housa, In Bowling Oroen, on ' ,' ftalnrdny, Jo1. both, 1810, At It o'clock . M , for tlio purpose of electing 'v (S) Delegate to reproscnt tlie county In tli Republican Stat Convention, to be held at Columkua on the 10th dar ol August, 1870. By order of Central Committee. " J. B. NEWTON. Chairmen. Bowling Green, July 11, 1870. THE SITUATION IN EUROPE. The itation nf mutter in Europe is audi a will be regarded w ith deep interest by every eititen nf llil nation. The nntinna now Involved in wr, France and...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 July 1870

Perrysburg Journal. f UHLISIIRD BTIHT FRIDAY MORKINO BT JAMES TI.TIMOIMS. TRRM3. Oasenpvynns year, tat II months til 3 months, SOe. Invariably in advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOIMO ROOTS 1.ST. Toledo-.. 11.30 errvsb'rg ll .9 Irhllr'rairell IT ll.iaklne ..H it Tontogany II 30 Weston-.. 1J 49 Milton ....12.68 L'uiUr.... 1.02 OOIMO NORTH. P.M. t.H. A.M. t.iO Cnstsr S SO . 60 Millnn iM 4.02 10.10 f Weston. 4. 00 4.14 10 14 Tontogany 4.20 4.84 10.14 I IT. skins 4 34 4.4R 10 44 HullPrslrtc43T 4.4T 10.65 I Perrvsburg 4 5 5.1 10.60 I Toledo 6.J0 6.40 ACCOMMODATION. S.20 CnsUf Milton Weiton Tontogany flaskina Hull Prsiric Perrysburg ..a. M ('erryabu toll Pr laskius rg . 1.04 4. ST .. 66 rairle T.IO i.7.60 ..8.08 .8. 12 .8.42 4.44 6 01 5. SO 0.00 (1.0(1 TnutrtgAne WHtn Milton .. n Custar Toledo i S.26 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phoenix hodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Stated Communications oi (he First and Third Monday Kveninisnf each Moatb.as follows! January 3-1T I July 4-18...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 July 1870

The President and the Gnats. f i f Thk newrsfft)a toifwt toctV tb. Lincoln a thhl-rao country lawyer, and "blush" atfiie cfntrast In politic! ability bctwren'Wm' kruV Jefferson iDtvixr are very busy a tUMnptlne to oast odium and rlilimilo uijon President Grant. Their conduct Is Insjlired . by the sao.io spirit which led tlicSrfW derurftnee him in- tho field as a,but(:,ars JJut bis real crimes In the eyes of hlsktWeri4' Crltlts'are -hW steady fidelity t) the Union, and. his un condUion!iL,victry over the rutiellion. The rebo111o'M4n(r,fiWrf the ' principle or the Democr Aic partj It Was led by tho DcmecrattcJiiets. 'ft' was sustained by DemOrfratisrfyrnpfttW. " Every Rrat measure ot thl war was denounced by the Democratic A inventions e.nd"intb midst of th4 struggle tbei-Domotratic party virtually flwlatod for submission to the rebellion' fTrfe- Wtid now frankly admits tbMtWe Waf Democracy" was a, " small riody fAad the organs of a party which cofinted upon the Success of the rebelli...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 July 1870

POETRY. DOROTHY IN THE GARRET. BY J. T. TROWBRIDGE. Carorul ovr th ivroklng boards, Old Mifl I)opilTly(iff)e -eroplii( Amon; IU dunly find cohwt bbpfl hoards;, Booking nmo bundle ol ptc.rnn, hid Far under the co, or IrnnMi of (g, Or atchel hnne on Its null amid The lielrloomi of a bygone ga. K . TJmre; t tht irfllolit hmtlT ehf et, Tberothe etcsntral curd iir.d hutcholj Dorothy, lKhln(, ginks down to reft, Foiyothitof (Mttrkee, ng, nnd ncnl. GhofltB of faces per from ihn gloom Of the chimney, whern, wl h owlfn d reel, And Iho long dlHUotl, dUmnntled lo m, Btapdi the old fashioned iiilnning-wtiool. . n "I rftO'J Iff ' .' Ere rer H Wit In trifl elin swept kitchen, A ptrtror hit Clr'hond'n Utile world : I'or rao.liw intboro by the window, jlltcbJngi. fMndo huZ", and reel h!r'i'd Will mnjll'l: on hr little rtool ' Kbn . chil l, by lit opin d.mr, , W'ch'ne, nd dibtiHnir h r Innt In 'ha pool Or tnnrhlno spliled oft the gilded I jor. Tfjr sMcr are or.lfinlni H ly lonR t Ttkft willing laan....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 July 1870

" " J amis nkkojrs7Editor.' FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1870. OUR MOTTO. Wtrt naif tht power that fila the world Willi rt !alf th wealth bctlowcKI on camp and nana, 0iM In redeem lie human mind from error, There were no need of a -aenals nor forts. Taa warrior' nme would tt a name ebhorr'd, A ad every nation lliat should lift again It hand against a brother, on Ita forehead Hheald wear forerarmoit the cnrne or Cain. OUR MOTTO.--Longfellow. Republican County Convention. 4 Coanty Convention will b held at the Coait-fcoosa, In Bowline Oreen, on ftnlaraav, J a It 80th, 18TO, At 11 o'clock a. H , fur the pnrpoae of selecting Wire (1) Delegates to repreaent the ennntr in ia. tepaUieaa Slate Conrenlion, In be held at Cotaaaama on the 10th day ol August, 1870. atr rder of Central Committee. J. B. NEWTON, Chairmen. Bowling Green, July 11, 1870. WOOD COUNTY REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. TV Republican voters of Wood County are reqaaated to meet in convention in Howling Oma on Satnrdnv August SO, 1810, at ltn'el...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 July 1870

'Vi'SlllWHira KVKK RY PMDAT XORNINt BT JAMES TlliniOHS. TERM3. One copy, one year, t1 1I months ; lu.iimis, sue Invariably in advanc. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOIHO SOOT P.. Toledo ..11.3 II vVsrrvsb'rg 11.59 HullPralrell 17 lUiklni ..11.19 Tontngsny lJ.JO Weston 11.48 Miltoa 11.68 CmUr-M 1.01 OOIMQ KOKTH. p.. P.M. A.M t.JO Costar ....8 SO S.6U 50 Jliltou 8.&S 4.02 10.10 !: WWn.. .-4 00 4.14 10 14 i-Tontogany 4.SS 4.84 10.lt I Honk inn 4 85 4.45 10 44 IlullPrairie3T 4. 47 10.6 I Perrvsburg 4 oo 6.10 10.69 Toledo.... .20 6.40 ACCOMMODATION. T.U.' A. at T.l.du 8.20 I Ciistar 6.61 Perrysburg Hull Prairl liaakins ... Tnntogany .... Weston Milton nitr 4.04 I Milton. D M 4.3T ) Weston ....... -Tin 4.44 I Tontngany .7.60 5 01 I Raskin 8.08 6. SO I Hall Preiri 8.11 0.00 Perrvsburg 8.41 6.0 Toledo 9.16 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Stated Communication! On the First ind Third Monday Evenings nf each Monte, as follows January ......

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 July 1870

DISTORTIONS OF CHRISTIANITY. Tim prff5rjrtrrm idaa'Wt uhcrty t c88Bclf iDlltetuiritinff pftve a niar a clntra to ri:cln' felicity in ibe tternal life after dp.fTy ranged many Christians of tho first ctudyjos tq ' subject themselves to most Beverfildrprtvntlons and pains.' To have any fnymeht In this life wns con eidcred slnfyl w4-tlioy only were looked upon as thoroughly good Cnrlstlans who mivdo tlW?Bxifctencemlaerablo. Bishop iCeno, of Virofli, informs us that this morbid view of Christianity was enter tained twmUy it the fourth century; and that it vip believed to lo,"the high est glory of Christian virtilo to tread ca- film nWWTfifclilr::. J A 1st - Because olr Savior was recorded to lmvo stayed fortyjjlays in Un dcsqrt, .. and to have fastcd,9t became iiil.q a faaUion to retl re to theYlciscrt(an.(l to Uead nature under fooly jOio,, deserts of Syria nrjd Egypt, frQwil$l w'tn self-tormenting 'saintilo , sufferings which these poor lunaticannvonte! for themKulves, and the fortitu...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 August 1870

POETRY. MODERN WEDDING RITES. i Jf t tllon fake this brnwa tfmt ftont, Thoae earrlagaa, thin diamond, : TO te the tin-hand of thy choice, Fart locked In bond, of Hymen? And wilt tbnn loirs thy home and friend! To b. hli Icrvtng wlla, And help to upend hit lura Incoma Ho long u thou hut Ulot" " t Willi" the nodmt maid replies The lovellght beaming from her eje 'JAM wilt thru take thla waterfall, ( Thla uatentatlooa pride, JVIth all thfo nnpafd mllllnere bills, ' To he thy ehowa bride f And wilt thoa love and eherl.ther Whll.l than bant lira and health, Bnt die aaennn aa namlbla. Ana wave oaf all my weaitDr- " 1 Willi" the fnarleae mate replies And eager Tlta the naptlal Uoe. ' Than 1 pronounce yon man and wile And what I've joined forever. The next beat man may dlaaalto. And the first divorce eoart eover." "WAS' OO EVER A BOY?" i) ' - i ... - -ilr little fonr-yewr-old Harry, j B ight In heaaty and m joy. Bald, with tita accent of wonder, ' Papa wan 'oo ever a boy f Waa 'oo evor as li...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 August 1870

JAMES TIM HON 3, Editor. FRIDAY, - AUGUST 5, 1870. OUR MOTTO. Wr half ti power tlit Alii the world with terror, ,v"ere half the wealth bestowed on camps cmrts, fliven to redeem Iho lmmnn mind from error, There were no nped of arsenals nor fort. The warrior's mme would be name abhorr'd, A nit ever? nation Hint should lift ngain l' hand against a brother, on It forehead riliuuld wear forevsrnioie the euras of Cain. Ismgfi time. WOOD COUNTY REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Th tlepnbliean voters of Wood Cnnnly rrqnestod to meet In convention In llnwtiiig Oreen nn tntiirrlny, Anmt 8ft, ISIO, It o'clock A. M., for tlie purpose of choosing mndiitntea for th following County Office, t One Sheriff, one Treasurer, one Recorder, one Commissioner end on Infirmary Director leu to eolect twcntr-fmir ( 24 ) delegate to rep resent the county In the Republican Congres sional Convention, to be held in,TnlerJn nt etich time aa tho Congressional Central Committee hall determine i and to select Central Com mittee...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 August 1870

Lil!L!iL LLL!!LL1LL-1! genjjAiirg gottuutl k rCU8HRO .? FStDAT XORKINO T JAMES TIMItlONS. TERMS. Ons copy, ono year, M : (I months It S months, ttOe. Inrariably in advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OtM iOCTB. OOI MO HOtTH. a.m. .. r.a. a.m. Toledo-.. .11. 45 .iff I Cnslar 5 8.fl rerrmb'rc U.l Jr Milton H8 4.0 HiillPralreljai 10.10 rWestnn..4 09 4.14 Haaklns 12.S4 10 14 I Tnntnjrsoy 4.27 4.X4 Tontoftany 12.44 Weston... 1.00 XI i I ton 1.10 CuiUr-... 1.14 10.24 I H. skins .. -4 3J 4.4i 10 44 HnllPralrhvtST 4.47 10.5.1 I Perrrabnr 4 65 6.10 10.69 Toledo 6.20 6.40 ACCOMMODATION. .. a.m. Tsledn J.20I Pnslsr .M Perrrsbnrf 4.04 I Milton 60 Hull Prairia 4.3T I Weston T.IO llaskins - .... ..4.44 I TonffanT 7.60 Tnntnjranr J. 01 Haskine a.0 Wsston-." S.S0 Hall Prairie 8.12 Milton . Perrmburn R.42 Oastar 0.00 Toledo f.JJ SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F and A. M. Stated Commnnieations on the Pint and Third Monday Evenings of each Month, ss follows Jannarr .JI...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 August 1870

The Democratic Party. Wb hAjD ovr thn once ilated ttmt two, pf.'Oifl' grfttcrt orijcctlorii to tlie ftsc'cnJcnry t the Democratic party In that ittbwtirtinloi!rd In the rfiutU6f the As lis principles of Stnts goter elfrntyitiptd the rebellion, o the f.me trinolflo dttnlri the Talldltv of thn urt M'rfimf.racttmi.' And as tho chief neresiy r tna country li repose nd re lief from the Rptrit irhloh toiiRbt it flo jtriiction,nT)d which it ha vanquished, ita chief -prn 1 the dipcritlon to cherish and -deyelop that uplrit, which U the din po8itl6ri ti the Democratic party. It because . this Is evident that, notwith taijdinfl Certain dissatisfaction with the Itcpubliraps, there is a profound distrust of the Democrats, and a real reluctance to iau-tuny them, with power. Whatever dlfforcnc thcro rnay he between tho tone . of a partjk press in opposition, nnd the policy oAho samo party In administration howevir true it may do that the meas ures of a government Will be very ualike the resolutio...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 August 1870

POETRY. "NOW I LAY ME DOWN TO SLEEP." BY MRS. P. BARROW. lowly bending,' ;.- j JDewv even, half ikm k.u --a Lisping ont hor evening prayer? .Wellshe know when tha ti mt . ni ou una Know when the ti MTin, , Now ' u7 m "" totieep, 'Tin to Hud that aha la nraytuir-1 ' raying Him her loal (o keep, '; Djlf Mlcpp, tid mnrmnring faintly "If I.honld die before I wnjco'" Tinr SriRoi. clasped do mIM't I pray the Lorrt mv soul to Uke."i , Oh, the rapture awoct, ntihroken, . . ' ,ml who wrote that prayer I . Children myriad voice, floating Up to heaven, record 1t there. 'lf, of all that tins been written, . , I coaldohotva what mlpht tie mlno, It hnuM be that chlM a petl.ton lilting to the tbrono dlvlua. White the mudloil bells were tlnetnu, " Kiulh to eatth, and dOht to duet," , fir free eonl, on (kith depending Faith, and lovo, and perfoct trust f omfd approach nim, bnmbly nravlng (All the little oneaaronnd), ".'na, Bavlor, take thy e.rvant, Otve to her thy cSUdrfO'e c-own." Iii.iti , . l'uln...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 August 1870

JAMES TIHMONS,' Editor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1870. OUR MOTTO. Wire half lbs power th Bill the world with terror, Are half tmvwesUh. bestowed on camps sud courts, (liven to redeem the human mind from error, rhero wero no need of araenala nor fnrta. Tim warrior' name would be a name abhorr'd, And ererr nation tbat ibonld lift again Its band against ft brother, on IK forehead Should wear furevermoie the curse of Cain Long ft How, CONVENTION. The Republican voters of Wood County are reoneeted to meet to ennvontinn In Howling llreun on NnturdHf.' August 80, 1870, at in o'clock A. M., fur the purpose or choosing ciimlutatea for the following County umeee, to w it t One Sheriff, one Treasurer one Recorder, one Commissioner and one Infirmary Director i a lao to select twenty-four (!4) delegates to rep resent the county in the Kepuollcan t'ongres aional Convention, to be held in Toledo at ancb time aa tbo Congressional Central Committee shall determine-! ana to select a central worn mittee of ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 August 1870

rOlLUHRD BTBRt MIDST MOXMIMO T jaities Tinraoivs. TSRM9. Oneeopy.one yar,t!l I months ft; S months, SOo. Invariably in tdrane. TIME TABLE D. & M. Railroad. aoixa boctb. ooiho nobtb. A.M. P.M. .M. A.M. Toledo--11.45 .I01 Cnsttr 3 64 S.68 Perrvsb'rglJ.lJrstl.M Milton S 68 4.0J JlullWralrell M 10.10 Weitna..-4 08 4.14 Haskins ..1J.J4 10 14 i Tontngan? 4.J7 4.S4 Tnntogany 13.44 10.J4 I Haskin -4 15 4.45 Weston-. . 1.00 10.44 HullPrairi43T 4.47 Milton .... 1.10 10. I Perrysburg 4 55 6.10 Ciutar-... 1.14 10.59 Toledo 6.20 5.40 ACCOMMODATION. f.m. a.m. Toledo S.20 I Cnster 0 61 Perrysburg 4.04 Milton Hull Prairi. ... 3T Weaton T.IO lUskins 4.44 Tnntogany 7.60 Tontogany 5.01 Bask-ins BOB Weston 6. SO Hall Prairie 8.11 Milton 0.00 Perryeburs; 8.42 Custar 0.00 Toledo 9.26 8BXECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Stated Communication! on the First and Third Monday Kveningsnf each Month) aa follows January .......317 July 4-18 February ..721 March 7-21 April 4-...

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 August 1870

CAN AN-INEBRIATE CONQUER HIS CAN AN-INEBRIATE CONQUER HIS VICE! TnR StTOORSJUJlJ onh who has tbied. InkhhJi tf,ums sre expensive, and besides not uyfttijliy offend, in their very deslRnatnjh, kind of prldo, lalse, if you choose-lwtalch every man posses ses to a morecfjhp j4jflree. . .-- . Their expcnsC too, usually falls on the friends ofXttMja.Vrtirim: they re designed to benefit, and, for these and other rea sons, wo propose, ttf show that any man thus pftlfljXited may, if he chooses, illustrate for himself, and in himself, the title of this article. IlahituSHAfllbrfoty presents ft condition in which the lrain. bein? soddened and dulled by the long and extravagant use of me various poisons Know,n under the gen eral name ot ".atdortt spirits," refuses to respond to ,W, ffwll. power. Becondly, when th(MlomUvbT fong custom, has so habitoatiiL-Uufclr to these stimulaats that it takes to itsflf the prerogative of the will power, ajid -fivccesBfufly demands tneir coHnutu. ..., ,,, .1 Th...

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 August 1870

POETRY. FARMER SLACK! BY O. HOWE GREEN. O. Fna Dtjkcn t O, Farmer Buck I Yonr pi k" are bnrie "neath alack; Yonr aheep bare gorged thcmeolYee with com, Tonr eowe hro got the ho) lew born I Rnn, Termor Black I Ron for yonr 111 t Rnn, lave yonr children and yonr wifo hunt rnn to eave your hoime on Are i Toe flunoeare monntlagever higher r O, Firmer Black, yon rT too dear, Why don't yon kaop yonr chimney clear? : (-trees wood will make more loot than dry Ihon cnt yonr wood and " lay It by." Why I Farmer Slack, where la yonr plow f Koeled np beelde t fence, I trow I Yonr rak ami reaper, both are on, , Wby f farmer, hat are yon about f Now, Farmer Slack, don't Mama the timet ; Ton can't expect to make " ihu dln-oa;" Tonr encrgiva haro all been hent 2u pay IM ueatlur ten per cent. I Wtttern Haml THE LOVER'S FEARS. D like to a?k a qneatlon. If I ihonght yod'o anawer " yea." Hew Tory hard a ' no " would bo, f'm aure you'd noyorgnoas. But, ah I tho' long I've waited, A chance like this to do...

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 August 1870

"" JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. " fiuday', augus r io'To! OUR MOTTO. Were linlf tlie power that fiili tho wurlil with terror, Were half tho wealth bcslotvod on camps and cnurlit, Given to rei'ieem Iho tinman mini? from error, Tliuro wore no need of aracnnla nor forts. Tim warrior's name would be nnme abhori'd, Anil ererr nation Hint should lilt again Its hsnd against brother, on it forehead Should wear forovernioie tho corse of Cain. Langftllult, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretnjry of 8 ato, I. It. SIIEUWOOD. Fur Supreme Judge, O. W. MoIlYVAlNE. For Comptroller of Treasury, W. W. WII-SON. Fur Member of Board Of Public Works, p. b. iiEiizia. WOOD COUNTY REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. The TJcpnblican rotor of Wood County are nquciled to meet in convention In Howling: Green on SRturdny, August to, IS70, at 1 o'clock A. M., fur the purpose of choosing candidates fur Ilia following County Olliccs, to- wit ! One Sherift', one Treasurer, one Recorder, one Commiaaioner and one Infirmary Director i al...

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 August 1870

rUBLISIIKD RTRRT FRIDAY MORNINO BT TERMS. One enpy.one your, t: (I months 91 1 3 month, OOo. Invariably in advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. 001X0 MONTH. F.M. A.M. Cnstar 3.M Milton 8 &8 Weslon...-4.0B 10.14 I Tontogany 4.27 10.25 I Itankins .4 35 10.44 I HullFrairie37 10. &5 I PiTr.mburg4.65 OOINO ionTB. A.M. P.M. Toledo. ...II. 45 9.20 l'arrvsh'rgl2.12ril 9.50 Hull Pralrel 2.31 10.10 Haskins ..12.34 Tontogany 12.44 Weston Milton Cnstar 1.00 1.10 1.14 10.59 Toledo- 5.20 8.511 4.02 4.14 4.51 4.45 4.47 5.10 6.40 ACCOMMODATION. Talcdn Perryshnrr Hull Prairie Masking ... Tontogany Weston XI i I ton t'ustar P.M. 3.20 4.01 4.37 4.44 5.01 5.30 0.00 (t 0(1 Cnstar Milton Weston Tontogany Haskins Hull Prairie Perrysburg. Toledo A.M. .5I 6.50 ....7.10 7.60 fl.OR 8.12 8.42 9.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Htated Communications on the First and Third Monday Evenings of each Month, as follows: Jinuary S-1T July 418 Koarnarr. ...... 7 21 ...

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 August 1870

Vice-President Colfax on the Situation. No one can shut hit eyes to the fact that I the Democratic leaden enter upon the AnntMtt lnt nnmlnir for the control of the next IloM of Itopreaontatlvee with more I confldentlr 'expressed hopes of victory I than for roeny years paati and It Is timely at this foment to examine Into the grounds of these sanguine expectations. They can be summed up as follows : They hate dwarfed, if not Ignored, the differences existing In their own ranks on handing: the debt, and how H shotild be paid, its taxation, etc , on which so many prominent Eastern Democrats tr.sagree SO raatcaliy Wlin ineir ureuuuii in tho West They have hopes that, re nntrtitlB legislation having been ir- tually completed, the new Issues as to tho flnancM thrfuriff. Internal taxation, and forelml nolir'v may tend to disintegrate, and thus reader powerless, the hitherto compact and invincible Republican pha lanx, inry urnvf encouragement, uxj. from disall'octlons as to patronage ; and ...

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