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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 August 1870

POETRY. THE LITTLE HOUSE WIFE. O MTTM honnewlfe, c'cun and aprnce, 'l Thy naa ma heart divines ; A re pl fnll ol .Inlee. Ai d podahed tin li hint I, A tidy , ul ping, tnd ihli.f, A Iu to lar.jr mtera ; A houaehold angel tidying , 1 111 aU art,und thee gutters! - T tft the In thy loveliness, . Ho MHillih a, ill n cha1A. .'I XQ M"S ipon the Cotton intt, . f ' ttlrdling hrtiuildlhfwil.tr. , i y inn peepinr, wniie mow, Thy tnrked-np kirtl under; Wnat hlirlngf.he, row oa io, ; ; liutilua thee, .tare and wonder. While tmrni thy door the mtilloni calf, . ,' Whilo the great mirkota Ail, ' ' 'TbosjfPt purine eor.ow link til, 1 , , " Mngtng, lb.ua workout .ml ; : i Ten, ail thy curs and an thy id ,lil -i lvr.wetrid while-, - To kteu ono'e Utile liouKuitoIa fpot ' i 1 ' - A.ckenantw. billing. ' The crlmaon kitchen firelight dipt Toy ctiee ntitl they giow : Tbo while flonr irnliri thy flngor-tfp - Tike rrarmd drupt in tnuw ; r! 'iWhi .ii thy tittle genu head Pint ere Inexulia tun i I To compaa....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 August 1870

JailtES TIMlff ON ffr Editor. F1UDAY, - - AUGUST" 26, 1870; OUR MOTTO. Were half lb power thai Oil tlx world wliH termr, Wm half th Wltb Wowed m apt and oart, Oivea n redeem In rinmaa 'I"'' 'rmm ', Thtn were nn frnil of rrrl avr fort. TV warrior's nam wnold be nam ihhorr o, Aid vrr nation lhr fu.otd lift gilB fta hand again bVothr, na iu forehead ttbould imr fbraveruvn the curs of Cain. —Longfellow. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of 8'ale, I. R. 9HEUWOOD. For Supreme Judge, O. W. MoILVAlNE. For Comptroller of Treasury, W. W. WILSON. For Member of Board of Public Work,, P. 13. HERZIO. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Commissioner, 11. W. Kelley. For Tresiurer, George Kimborlin. Fur Sheriff, J. V. Ilrownsbergor. For Recorder, . Stephen Merry. For Infirmary Director, J.'B. Iaockhai-t. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Wa publish el M where tho proceeding of Hit County CoBrentioD, held at Bowlio Qreca on Ut 3alurdsy. The proceedings were barmo nioua throat; hoot, exeept a little brash orer...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 August 1870

mphxg gj0,mtal rCBMSIIlD TT FRIDAY 0Htna Bf JANES TlnitlONS. TERMS. One copy. one year, tt! months ttt S months, OOe, Invariably in advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. oomo IOCTB. .. r.M. Toledo.-..ll.4J .to Perrreb'rg 11. Urn 1.60 SOIHO XOS.TH. r.M. A.M Caster 44 Mtlttm I 68 Weston ! OB 1.68 4.01 4.14 4.14 4.45 4.4' 6.10 6.40 llullrrRirell.nl 10. IS I HaakinS ..11 Si 10 U I Tnntnlr.ne 4 17 Tontogsny 11.44 10.1 I H .tVlni -4 St Wwtoi- 1.00 10.44 HullPrsirle-lilT Milton .... l.lO l0.5 I Perrrsburg 6J Custer-.. 1. 14 10.50 I Toledo.... .J ACCOMMODATION. r.m. T.ledo $.10 1 Cnstar Perryabnrg 4.04 I Milton . A.a? ...6l ..6.61 Hull Prairie 4.87 I Weeton T.IO llaskina ... 4.44 i Ton togany .. "7.60 mniogany 0.01 Walton .. ..0 Milton t.OA Tlustar s.OA lTsskina 8.08 Hull Prslrie 8.11 Perrysburg 8.41 Toledo 0.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. .Stated Communications oi the First end Third Monday Evenings nf each Month, follows January .... ....117 J...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 August 1870

Address of the Republican Congressional Address of the Republican Congressional Committee to the Party. To tha B&nhllhan f t tjmtM Statas ' Th Bxef.utlve and LepiiilatiYe Depart nientsot the NUnl Gdvernmebt. and two-third of the State Governments, have been committed to your keeping. Burta power oavrrica with it.'grve renpoasibill tie. The people, as their Tight, Will holdiyoiiO t strict toooontaWUty for the exercise of this great trust. Electlonsare soon to be held Tor the National Ilonse of RepYeUnthtiTCS) These elections will cw termine ttee political complexion of the popular branch of-Contfres They wl, iooSaotcrmlne the political character bf several State Government. And these results will be accepted as. the, verdict of the poopfc upon the Ideas, principles and policies ot the Republican party, and upon the measure and . character of thefJNa tionai Administration. To these respon sibilities, ana to the gravity ot these is- sues, your, thoughtful consideration it in voked,...

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 September 1870

POETRY. COMPENSATION. BY AMELIA H DAILEY. I. A mm the night, tha mornlrn'i dawn, Paling sail nlanhlng with pearl and tOM Ths frrttnnt. sannieat Selda ar born, . Fruit of the high-piled winter mow. Aftr the stnrm, the rainbow glsams, Filling with beauty the heavenly dome J ".Neath Towering cloada the fanlight alreamt After Ua Toyaga 11 re at at home, '' II. 'There la no sorrow, no pain of life, Bnt bears from Ita ar-gat.h somttthlng tweet) Pat the long honra of weary nttfe Oomes Victory with bor anowy feet. Throngb death la llle t each pain and lore, hacn grlof we bear, la a heavenly prlae j By Hie long argalBh on the crow, Chrlat won our lea t In Paradlae. III. errant not loot the hopes ttint full " Like learea In antnmn, one by one, nor deem the light la vnnlaoed all, Aa the dark, dreary night wears On! Yon snail know at lnt mat lot Waa gain, Trtt thtoovhyoar weary, tsliaome way, . , Hloa t?."19 'I ln yV lf 7 "n. ; - , Tn nJtW waa leading w hearenl, day. —Appleton's Journal. MISCEL...

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

TaME'IIMm6n8, Editor. FRIDAY, - SEPTEMBER 2, 1870. OUR MOTTO. Wert half Hie power that Bits the world wllh torrnr, . Were half tha wealth bestowed on eampr.nd Olnn to redeem the hnmsn rabid from error, Ther. were bo need-nf srac-nnls nor forts. The warrior's name would be a nVne tbhorr'd, And every nation that sbruld lift again lie hand against a brother, on its forehead Should wear fu-evertnoi a the corse of Cain. —Longfellow. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of 8 Late, I. II. STIEIIWOOD. For Supreme Judge, O. W.'.MoILVAINE. For Comptroller of Treasury, W. W. WILSON. For Member of Board of Public Works, P. 3. HERZIO. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. . Fr Commissioner, n; W. Kelley. : For Treasurer, George Kimberlin. . For Sheriff, J. W, Brownsberger. ' For BccordiT, Stephen Merry. . For Infirmary Director, J. 13. Ijookhart- Republican Congressional Convention. tlon. A Convention of tbe rl'Obhf will i. ..nr.ioual District of Ohio, win KID l cum I I. .M .1 m iibiu t .... tij. Thursday...

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 September 1870

8HRD KTRRT FRIDAY MORMINO Bt JANES TIIUItlONS. i TERMS. Oneopy,oneyer,at B month IJ 3 months, 50c. Invariably in advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. ' OOIMO SOOTH. 0010 MOUTH. A.M. f.M. F.M. A.M. Toledo. ...11.45 (.20 ) Costar 5.64 J.68 Perrvsb'rg 12.12pm 0.60 Milton 58 4.02 IlullPrairell SI 10.10 I WmUin 4 Ofl 4.14 Haskins "12.S4 10.14 Tontogany 4.27 4.34 Tontogany 12.44 10.24 I Haskins -4 JIS 4.45 weaton-.. 1.00 10.44 IIullPrairle't3T 4.47 Milton .... 1.10 10.&J Perrysburg4.6& 6.10 Ca.Ur.-.. 1.14 10.59 I Toledo 5.20 4.40 ACCOMMODATION. .(1.61 Talertn Perrysbnrg ..... Mull Prairie.. Haskins ... .... Tontogany Weston Milton f'ustar S.JO Cnstar Milton Weston Tontogany TTaakini Hull Prairie Perrysburg" 4.04 .8.68 4.87 -4.44 4.01 S.M .11.00 T.IO 7.60 .8.08 .8.12 8.42 B.08 Toledo . 0.24 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Bute 1 Commnnicatlona on tlio First and Third Monday Eveningsnf each Month, at follow January ........$ 17 July 4-18 F...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 September 1870

NASBY. [From the Toledo Blade.] MR. NASBY DREAMS A DREAM, IN WHICH THE CONDITION OF AFFAIRS IN THE EVENT OF A DEMOCRATIC VICTORY IS FORESHADOWED. Mlwia omni, afnrr-n.inw Hmrosau),! n ib Btat vr Un.itiu, V I - Angust 11, 1979. t ) Last nlte I hed bin a roadin an Indict nvit ut U Republliln party, by that Tirchmu paper the Noo York World, motntonto my clay ever and anon with anthin trengthnln from a tumbler, wloh Bill Bap turnifihoi me regler. by order the Oeatr&l Committee. The World re cited Vhe thjcrin andatealin or the RadW Eel organ'zAghun, In detale,and published letter frwa ditfrusted member ht . that party who purposed to restore the gov eminent to a healthy condishea and se ooor an honest admfnlstrashen uv affairs by Totin tht Dlmocratfc ticket this fall, U ut wlch trie World tnslstld made the death nyRadlkalsm Bhoor. t The heat v the evonln, or the strength ut the mlirter in the tumber (Sapp's lik kor ia sarclin and he la vtary economical of water), both combined, set me...

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 September 1870

POETRY. A SONG OF HARVEST HOME. xi Aib w in wrr7 am a ma unji, wnen jviiaw f eornfloMn tlilno 1 Far brlRiitor thHti thd popt) cnp Unit fcoldfl thi ' IUU to thOntff tarrdftt time, th gayest Of the yiv 7wf - , . : ' ' , " ' and good cbenjrl ( v Tto pleasant, oo ana efirtnt; om, to see thi bad eipand; f- - '-. 'TIS pleasant, InMha summer ilmo, to view the teeming land) Tli plneaint, on winter's night, to crouch around the blase - Dot Klitt are Joys, Ilka those, mf bora, to autumn's meirj days t . Tbon hill to merry autumn days, when yellow cornftolda shine Far brinlrttfr rtian tin eostly tn that holds the monarch's wlnof And hall to murrj harvest time, thd 'trayct of the year, Tho time of rich aid bonnltou crops, rejoicing, and good cboeil A SONG OF HARVEST HOME. DOWN HILL. BY UNCLE CHARLES. A stout they toll of a lnoatlc mar, Wdo slid down hill In a warming pan, Ila steered hlnnst with the handle of course, Andclockecrewky l4hrwuuJdjio-ehLCi. i II it legs, fih, Wire sothctW hat In tho...

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 September 1870

Tames timmonf, Editor. . K 1DA-'"VTKM BKKM 870. OUR MOTTO. Wert hnlf the power tliat 111! tin world wilb terror, Were half the wealth bestowed on camps and conrls, IHven to redeem tlio hnmfin mind from error, There were no need of srsensl nor for!. The warrior's name would be n"" abhnrr ui And everynaiion Hint should lift ec"1" tiK hand against a brother, on ill r.rel.-d Should foreveruioie the euros of Cain. .. Ismrjfilton, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of Bte, I. R. SIIEUWOOD. For Supreme Judge, O. W. MoILVAINE. For Comptroller of Treanry, W. W. WILSON. For Member of Bord of Public Works, REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Fhr Ooitimiss'ioner, RV W. Kelley. For Treasurer, George Kimberlin. Fur Sheriff, J. W. Brownsborgor. For Recorder, Stephen Meny. . Fur Infirmary Director, ' in. 1-ockhnr t. Republican congressional Convention. tion, A Cnnrention of Ihe RP''-,c"n,V1tl, Ibo Tenth Congressional District of Ohio, w U hM at -..edit.- Thnradnv. SpOtcmber 15, 180, At It ochwk A.M., in ...

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 September 1870

jgslntrg gjoutnnl II.ISHRD P.VBRT PMDAT If ORKINd BT J JANES TIMMOJIS, JUMS. Oneenpy.oneyosr.ta : months 3 months, 50e. Invariably in advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. AW. P. If. iledn.... 11.45 9.20 'Vrrvsb'rg 12.12m 0.50 .Iiilll'ralrel2 l 10.10 Ilaskins . .12.34 10 14 Tnntngany 12.44 10.25 Weston-'. 1.00 10 44 Milton 1.10 10.i Custar 1.14 10.60 f.K. A.M Cnstsr 3.64 8. 411 Millnn 48 Wrston."4 0B Tontogany 4.27 Hasklns 4 35 HullPrairle'137 Porrrsburg 4 5 4.02 4.14 4.34 4.44 4.47 4.10 Toledo 4.20 4.40 ACCOMMODATION. P.. A.M. Toledo- 3.20 4.01 .4.T 4.44 5.01 . .4.30 ..6.00 Cnstsr Milton Weston Tontogany Ilaskins Hull Prairie-Perrysburg--Toledo ..(1.41 Perrvsbnrg Hull Prairie... Masking . . Tnnlnganv Weston " Milton ..0.5. -T.IO ..7.40 ..8.08 ..8.12 8.42 Oustar ' .0 -.0.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Stated Communications on the First end Third Monday Evenings of each Month, ss follows: January 3-17 Febrnarr 7...

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 September 1870

FOUND, A RING. I saw It kicked by the rarl Balmo rals of ft wnty"Mnif f ktpn of hcm(initymiUUi' A ' broken Into dircrs hayeycys by poofry trotttng-aiid l-torPd and-.sectirert it, thereby cMisinfc WmH'wr.rwie to pull tip short, stare at sftttri1o Ma currants set in a drerWpre of donah, insort a dnmpy thumb itr an Wtflco Of the same expanse, and trot buck again wllh that stolid reslgnaOfl ftndpr; jdteKppntnrent which la thj. peculiar attribute . of the London Infantile population. " ' ' Haying ascertained the nature of my prixe, I proceeded to meditate on the propor course to pursue, which meditation resulted In the following advertisement : ITHltlND, this nW, WeflnsmlsyYIn KoRont' 1 l'nrk, nearly oipofltbe New Oolleife, ft vain fttilo diamond rlns. . Xlx owner may rfCOTor It by calling at Nulg.wtuUn l'lace, etc. if Before noon on the following day, I was makintr mv most courteous bow to a ven erable looking oh) gentleman, whoso white face and benevolent smile added a dnublo charm to ...

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 September 1870

POETRY. A SUMMER SONG. I wiwrflaMnr, and aodld yon, Flr yonns Rats, with yonr eyes 0( bln l.eaily trolling, tsornlnir end noon, . lffiamlly etroilln; tinclor the mo n ; On the vurandah, bn-ath the vlme, Langhingly throwing poetical llncat Thrumming cn llghtuat gnltar tnna, ' Hamming of dltaiKaaa nod lagans, Of love imwhUpered and deep despair . Waa ever Dablrg to iwttt, rare? Ton went fishlnff, and ao did I, , (Our angela aorely .floated bj), tip from I ha town, to the bl u hill, Prom heat and dnat to '.hs eool. pnra rills, But no fuh came all tba enmmcr'e dy, To draw my eyeefrmu yonr lacs away ( And no wlah cama (or a fortnne quant. To lrtw yonr heart from ta new found reat. 1 yearnod and waihed. till. In glad eurprlee, A vision of love flashed lu your eyee. Oh I wa went fishing:, yon and I, In thoee long golden laya gnno by; We wentfor a enmmer'tfrttw or rail, And trehHiigly found the "Holy Orail." t Te tap rooi rp)nalor still Is new. The tltloti In yet In youf eye of b:ae. Come n...

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 September 1870

mgrtiNg j0nrnnl. era.7 i J AXES TIMM0S8, Editor. FHIDAY, SKPTBMBKR 18, 1870, OUR MOTTO. Were) half tbt power that fills the world wltb terror. Were balfthe wealth bestowed on eampt and arm its, Oifttl to redeem tne tinman mind from error, There were no need nf arsenals nor forts. The warrior's name would bo name abhnrr'd, And every nation tint should lirt again lie band against a brother, on IU forehesd Should wear forevermote the curse of Csin —Longfellow. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State, I. K. SHEUWOOD. For Suprome Judge, O. W. McllWAINE. Foe Comptroller of Treasnry, W. W. WILSON. For Member of Hoard of Public Works, p. n. h njsic. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Commissioner, It. W. Kelley. For Treasurer, George Kimberlin. Fur Sheriff, J. W. Brownsbergor. For Recorder, Stephen Merr y. For Infin iary Director, J. H. Lockhavt. RENOMINATION OF DR, PECK. At citixens of Wood eonnty we ere plnaed un der renewed obligetl mi to :hj Repnblie iai f Ibe 1Mb Congressional Distr...

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 September 1870

i U -'u L TBMSIICD ITr.r.t FRIDAY MORNINO BT ' JAMES TIItliriONS. I NTERMS. Onenpy,oneyear, ,918 months T id sdvnnce. . J 3 months, 50c. Invariably TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. ah. r.u. fol'do.... 11.43 O.JO Perrvsb'rgl2.12rM 1.60 r.M. A.M. Cnatar M 8.48 4.02 4.14 4.84 Milton a 68 tlillU'ralrelZJl 10.10 ! Weton""4.08 Tnntogany 4.27 Hasklns 11.84 Tnntngsny Weston 1.00 Milton 1.10 Custar- 1.14 10.14 10.25 10 .44 10.M 10.59 tlaskins 39 4.45 I HullPrnirlo'taT Phrrmhtirff 4 65 4.47 8.10 5.40 Toledo (.20 ACCOMMODATION. p. a. A.w f t!o .'8.20 I CniUr .1 Perrrsburr ...... .1.04 I MilUm ,.... Bull Prairi.... ..4.8T I Weston T.IO Hnsklna 4.44 I Tontnrsnr 7.A0 Tnntogany Weston... .... .. . 1.01 Raskins- .8.0S 8.12 8.42 ft.HO 00 Hull Prlrl. Prvyburg. jnilton tfustar o.oo Toledo . 9.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Stated Coramanleatlnns on the First and Third Monday Evenings nf ech Month, aa follows: t anoary . ... .117 July...

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 September 1870

NASBY. [From the Toledo Blade.] MR. NASBY RAVING ADDRESSED CIRCULARS MR. NASBY RAVING ADDRESSED CIRCULARS TO THE DEMOCRACY OF THE VARIOUS STATES OF THE UNION, RECEIVES ANSWERS, WHICH HE GIVES TO THE WORLD. lsjTJrB Cosssns, BTnrpTMow tltncnsmrj, I i t" Stati try Diuwui, , V ' tWptambet 1,1870. ' Bomb weeks wince I sddreat a clrkler letter to - large n amber ov the leadln workin Dimocrata in the varloua States, aakhnonn . '! 1. Wat is the prospez of the Dimocrisy " ut yoor Btate f 8. Success this fall wood enshoor US success in the Prealdenchal atrngg-le . uv 1873 wat important palltiklo changes do yoo expect In case we lucceod t 8. Oiyei breefly, yoor idee ut the dis tlnktlve principle of the Dimocrisy, and wat we 'shel acheeve by success. To those cirklors I received a grate menny anaers, ut wlch the followin is aTerago.eamrJes j . FROH SBW TOBK. i We hope to succeed in carryin the Stato, though, emlfraahcn hez fallen off. wlch cuts down our Tote somewhat We shel heT to make up that...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 September 1870

POETRY. POETRY. MY LOVE. ti M1 l(wetp,bnt In hw olntektj ." I I ) .Paint r.et flnneaema end go. ' iJTnet fluthur ollirbt y whim .he x Aki, v Wi Ann nifc,MniMfl rtnatMn tn a iriow. i -HM n-rtn m'u like jomiii whllo ton, 'Withle wno heart a h'niiu Is get, JSoy ur(tfllr(j a It grnwe- v But lb, I bare not found nor jot t ' Hoc eyes ire bine avh ewaet bine eyeal (far whit Ikl.vml thr-ni frfitn your sight, i it now and thuna "mil. will rlo, V And All them anfldanly wllh light And when .he hear of Home dlftrose, And on the ltvhea toara are wet, Thnjr lone with aorh pained tendnrneee lint ah, I bar not found ber yet 1 f ' Aerona her brow lta even tiraUla" " " ' la amnothly laid hor glfMy hnlr J , . H love h'i noi d qf no flHd alil,. 10 !0 O; trlrke of dNMS to mike bur firtr. Dh doea not nr ml from ailaen triuua A gorgennn dlcnl'y toir't; In her aijl't hofuuly dre? who iclna But ah1 1 have not fuitud hor jot f 8 wins yonr hear hnndred ways j haylrf aHbtbnnd tin y.iararm, p j piiuwuiv lu fin ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 September 1870

w8$tttM"$(0ttrHaI. JAMES TIMMONS; Editor. FRIDAY, -SEPTEMBER 23, 1870. OUR MOTTO. Wert bir the power that fllli the world with terror-, . . -Were half tin wealth bestowed on camp Mid ennru. Given tn redsem the linnMn atf'nd from error, There were no need of arsenate wf fort. Tit warrlnr'e name would be nama ebhorr'd, And erery nation that thniild lift again tin hnd npninxt a brother, on Its forehead Bbould wear forerermoie the enr-e nf Cain. OUR MOTTO. —Longfellow. For Congress, ERASMUS D. PECK. For Member Board of Equalization, - D. W.H.. HOWARD. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State, I. It. SHEHWOO'D. For Supreme Judge, G. W. McirVAINE. For Comptroller of Treasury, . V. W. WILSON. For Member of Board of Public Works, i. B.-.ni$itzyQ? . REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Commissioner, It. W. Kelley. For Treasurer, George Kimberlin. '' ,.' For Sheriff, . ... J. W. BroNvnsbergor. ForBecordor, , Stephen Merry. For Infirmary Director, J.'B. Tockhart.' Minister to England. It is re...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 September 1870

A - POLISHED CVRRT FRIDAY MORKINQ BT JAiTIES TiraraoNS. TERMS.0neenpy,onyesr,MS months lt months, 0o. . Invariably in advance, TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. A.M. T.U. Toledo-. ..11 45 1.20 Perrvsb'rglMJm 9 50 HiillVraireH.Sl 10.10 Hsskins ..1J.S4 10 .14 Tontogany 12.44 10.26 Weston--- 1.00 10 44 Milton 1.10 10.5J CuUr. 1.14 10.69 T.U. A. at Cnstar S.64 Milton 48 Weston--- 08 8.5H 4.02 4.14 4.84 Tontogany 4.27 llBaklns...4!IJ nullPralrie'lilT Perrrsburg 4 66 Toledo 6.20 4.45 4.47 6.10 6.40 a ACCOMMODATION. p.m. S.20 1 Cnslsr 4.04 Milton . A.M. ...6I ..0.5ft T.IO ..7.60 ..8.08 8.11 .-8.42 .-9.25 Talsdn-... Perrysbnrg Hull Prairie lleskins ... Tontogany WfHUuv.i .'. Milton 4.87 Weston 4.44 I Tontogsny 6.01 HaBkins 5.30 I Hull Prairie- 8.00 I Perryaburg- Ouster 0.00 Tnl.rtn are SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Rtated Communlcatlona on tlia First and Third Monday Eveningsnf each Month, atfollows: January ........817 yearu...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 September 1870

Party Records. tr1l At'SrrrtfV fiend, Ind.,TW Prrwit!rnt Colfhr spoke iw fol low tpMWfci thffytoia. , r- ' .1 Frank v and fully I bwe thn reviewed in in tin the results of UiU uljTiinlstrtlon, and, re plied wThWH bittern ( to thfc caargeTf ti enemiei. "Wny, lot rte sale, In conclusion, should the Administration be rebtffrdrr the'KcpnWlcMi Congress be driven from rwer What do you de sire ahtrv all thlags from your govern. mentfcjtJaitjaOttAfl folthfaf execution of the laws, the maintenance of peace, econ omy InyuluiinUtiRUon, honesty io offlolals. the prMrtvMi OfWte frntiorml honor, and all possible, rtilUrf , from puhlio burden! And haye I not shown that, ever since the Executive and Legislative Departments were brought Into harmony and political accord by the inauguration of President ' Grant, picse efljwrtfials of a good Govern ment have been realized I , The scandals whidv previously dishonored the adminis tration aiare teased; - The taxes have been faithfcUiy yjUeoted. : The deb...

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