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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 September 1870

POETRY. NOBODY'S CHILD. BY PHOEBE CARY. Owiy a rirfriVy. under tbe light the lump prist plying his trnilo In vain: nny to t -p to-nleht. Hurrying hma throneh tha aicot and rain, -N""r ' "to dark paper aold : Whorn Uall he slf op, or how be fort f Be thlnkta. hs shtvorethnra In the ecr'd, While nappy children are sa'e s-bcd. It ratige If he tnmo about Willi angry worm, then corned to blows, tT i 1 'li'." hbor- J""t oW nt, .. i'1,1;? hl" Pennies, Pi him go, f 2lJ'ii.'na one lor,k" ' him, sweet and mild, '?0 Vilre tnl "Peak" Is a teener one : on nonld tint strike sr.ch llitle child, And yoo ehonld not nte such words, mjr eon I" Is It his artfe'r or h's fears '.7. hft,;r'vlnhfd hin voice and stopped 1.1s armt Pon t iiomtilu," tbO!oare the wor.is h;i ho irs ! " Uo yon think thr. I wgiild do ynn hirmf I' litn'ttWnt," and Iho h!d ilrotwdowni "I Wouldn't crror kicks end blows; ' ' But no'H.dr vor called me s,n, iJocineo I'm noDody a child, I a'pfite," O mon I as ye care'ess psa alr.ni?, .J)...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 September 1870

ewgrtttrj-goitwal. JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, SKPTEMBEK 30, 1870. OUR MOTTO. VVera Imlf tli power tint fills the world wlifc terror, Were half tin wealth bestowed on easnps and nnrta, Oireti lo redeem the tinman mind from error, There were no need of arsenal nor fort. The warrior' name wM be name abhnrr'd, Ami every nation tTiat ahnnld lift eprain Iia hand sgslnst a brother, on lie forehead Should wer forerermoie the eurse of Cain. —Longfellow. For Congress, ERASMUS D. PECK. For Member Board of Eqhslixatlnn, D. W. H. HOWARD. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of S ato, I. It. SHERWOOD. For Supreme Judge, O. W. MoIIVAINE. For Comptroller of Treasury, W. W. WILSON. Foe Member of Board of I'nblio Works, P. n. HEUZIO. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Commissioner, R. W. Kelley. For Treasurer, George Kimberlin. Fur Sheriff, J. W. Brownsbergor. For Recorder, ' Stephen Meriy. For Infirmary Director, J. 13. Eookhart. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. RECORD OF DR. PECK ON THE TARIFF, &c. I...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 September 1870

i : 1 OlMSHltD iTItr rMDAT XORNIKO BT Junius xiTiniuns. C TBRMS.Onacopy,oneyear,t: months 1 M ; J months, Oc. Inysriably in advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOINO RODTB. OOIHO HORTH. a. at. r.. ' r.w. a.w. Toledo. ...11.45 t.M I CnsUr .84 8.4H Purrfib'rtll.Uni . Milton S 63 4.0J IIilH'raire12 l 19.10 I Weston-. -4 08 4.14 Haakins ..H.S4 10 14 Tontogany 4.27 4.34 Tontogany 11.44 10.24 1 Haskina -4.35 4.4S Weston--- 1.00 10.44 IIultPrairie437 4.47 Milton 1.10 10 65 j l'errrsburg4 fiS 6.10 CuiUr-... 1.14 10.69 I Toledo 6.20 6.40 ACCOMMODATION. F.V . 3.20 .4.04 4.3T .4.44 .6.01 A.. .6.61 .6.611 T.IO 7.60 .8.08 .8.12 .8.42 9.25 Toledo Perrysburf Hull Prairie- llaskins Tontogany Weston Milton Cnstar Milton Weeton Tontogany- Haakins ' Hull Prairie. Perrysburg 6.30 .00 Cuatar .0 Toledo . SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. flute 1 Communications on the First and Monday Evenings of eseh Month, as follows: January ........3 17 July 4-18 February .T ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 September 1870

Speech of Vice-President Colfax. At South Tlcnd. Ind., Popt 10, Vloe President Oolfa':. delivered ft Votv nolo find exhortative speech on the politic! issue of the dnjr ftom which wo extract Mfnllowr! tCJ ( V,' " .'V'i'' After itatfiif! lho pledges Diado by tho Republican party the con ntry,e pro ceeds tfhoi-how thoroughly and hon est ly thoo promises hare been o far ful filled. Concerning Dcmoerac extrnvo (ranee, M compared With Republican economy, he nnyt : 7 We arfd far onr political opponents that thd-DcSnorratie party must be to tored to power in order to have retrench ment and reform in every branch ol tho Government, and to have justice and pro tection for all citizen. Wo have two il lustrations of tho result of Dsmocratic rule, apd. Its effect In achieving these de sirable ends. Mr. Buchanan's administra tion, the last Democratic adminiBtration in our history, Is ono, and New York city, with ita immense Democratic umfrlty, its undisguised corruptions, its flagrant expenditur...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 October 1870

POETRY. WANING. V T"s antnmn days are wanlnf , and the toll It on vneear, . - Th gold luiil crlmfon lint that paints with fplcn . dor hrlvht and brief tnegrart old cska. The eopperred ) on th bending beech, A The brown rate rustle ripe and fall (bora the1 sceooi-ooj s roecn, " Tht swallows gather 'noatb. the eaTot; the Brat doll cloudy dy , ., Will bear them ail, o- eager wings, to ennaier Climes away; . So la It eft, with ns, alaa I Our brief bright anm- - mar BnaSi Cornea winter reaolnte and atern i awaj troop anm mer trlende. The last rose blashea on her atem, In beauty all uuuv, Weepa enmmor gone, ted atgha npon her aolltary throne ; Bo la It with neatlUe'a end. What reek, or pomp, rjr gold, It hair grow grey, and wo wllhont soma light of love, grow old ? rrrty God, thero be not, one of na, whoever ho may lie, Wltlarmt sum. frlonrT wHom ho miy lovo, aomo i V. chllrl n uol hill knc. I CTrnq love and irjuartshlp evor shla, with lnatro bll It... I nun Since m was never muda to Uvo,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 October 1870

JAKES T1MM0NS, Editor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1870. OUR MOTTO. Were hlf tbe power tbt till tbe world with terfnr. Wrro bnlf tli wealth bestowed on eimpi tnd enurU, GIvmi lo redeem the human mind from error, There were no need of ararn.le nnr forts. Tin wrrior'n name would be a name sbhorr'd, And every nntinn that should lift egain It hand afcalnnt a brother, on Mb forehead Should wcr forevermoie the eurae of Cain. OUR MOTTO.--Longfellow. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of 8!te, ISAAC K. SHERWOOD. For Judge of Supreme Onrt, GEORGE W. McILVAINE. For Comptroller of Treasury, WILLIAM T. WILSON, For Member of Board of riblle Work, PHILIP V. IIERZING. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Congress 10th District, ERASMUS D. PECK. State Board of Equalization. For Member of Uosrd of Equalisation, D. W. II. HOWARD. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Commissioner, R. W. KELLEY. For Treturer, GEORGE KIMBERLIN. For Sheriff, J. W. BROWNSBERGER. . For Recorder, STEPHEN MERRY. For Io6rmirr Director, J. B. LOCKHA...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 October 1870

r.iHD Kvi!Rr Friday no'ilirtKd it JAMES TI.TlItlONSV 'SUMS. One onpy.one rear, mnnlhs , S months, 0O0. Inverlsbly in sdvsnee. TIME TABLE--D. & M. Railroad. ' OOIMO SOUTH. 0O1XQ NORTH. A.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. role.lo....ll 4J .J0 1 Cnstsr ..8.64 8.6!) Perrvsb'rglU2ril 9.60 Milton S 68 4 02 lliillPralre13.ll 10.10 I Westnn..4.08 4.14 Huskins ..12.84 10 14 i Tontogany 4.27 4.84 Tontngsny 1J.44 10.JJ I Haskina .. .4 8J 4 45 Weston.. 1. 00 10.44 HullPreirle'137 4.47 Milton .... 1.10 10.6) I Perrvsburg 4 4S 4.10 Custar.. 1.14 10.69 Toledo 6.20 6.40 ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A.M. .-8.20 I Cnstar .61 Tledn... Perrysbnrg 4.01 Milton o.oo Hull Prairie.. . Huskins ... 4.8T I Weston T.IO 4.44 I Tontogany .7.60 .8.08 Tnntnganr .0l nasxins tlnll Prairie. Perrysburg.. Weston 4.30 Milton 0.00 Custar o.0 8.12 .8.42 Toledo .. 11.26 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. St ite I Communication on tlie First and Third Monday Eveningsnfearh Month, as follow January ...... ..J 17...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 October 1870

The Demands of Democratic Party. TWRKir It BtaniW before) yon to-day, Amcricaa pcoplo, demanding of you that lo tlirm. ftntl instantly this Tery year yon shall nun-piKlcr thru your nrw rot urnmeotjk nl the presenco of ttao tacts whWl 'frltis tMo hround them, an they make thin clcmnrid of your surrender, look at the t)t(j'fln audacity of it. They como toll Inir yu that In dectdinfr about the Burrendcr you shall not name their resistance of slavery's overthrow, because thftflsuels-rtDad,r; when at the Bouth they Are tfl-day demanding Hections to (JnugreP8 bceanoe they believe In ita re estHTrttfhnrtfjt, Thoy demand you shall not name " secession," . brcauso it is "dell 7 r when Ibcy are electing Supreme Judges In tlii larpret State, In the Union, " with the ('eelared cipectatlon that they may bo called upon to array the State against the Union." They demand that you shall not namo tholr deeds of nullifi catlnn when in '(13 they cast millions of votes to oleeti a President and Vico-Pre...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 14 October 1870

POETRY. THE THREE LITTLE CHAIRS. Tht eat Hon hy the bright wood tth, ' Toe grny-halred dame end aged aire, Oream ng of tiayagouo hy ; The toar-drnp. foil on em h wrinkle! check, The both b id ttionghta Dipt could not (peak. And each heart uttered a ilgb .. For their end end tearful eyes dercrled. Three little chalra placed aide by (Ida Agalnat the aittlDf room wall ; '. " Oid-neijioired enough aa there they atdod, Their mate of fW and their framea or wood. With th.lr backa ao straight aud tail. Then the aire ahook bit allTer? bad. And with trembling rolce he gently aald! ''Mjlher,theaeemptycnalral They bring anch and, tad thonthn to night. Wo 11 tint them oiever ont of aluht, III the email, dark room np-alalra." Jut 'he anawerol t Father, no, not yet. For I loo at thara, and 1 fjritot " . . That the children are away Tho boya come bick, ard otir Mary, too, With liar apron on, of checkered blae, And alt bare every day, " Johnny etlll whittle! ahlp'a tall masts, , And I lite Ma leaden...

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 October 1870

t JAMES TIMMONB, Editor" FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1870. OUR MOTTO. ITtr naif lha ower Hit (lilt (lit world with terror, Tfere half the wealth beaU wed on eamps and sunrt, fllren to redeem the tinman mind from error, There were no need of arsenate nor forts. TWe warrior's nnme would bo name abhorr'd, ' And erery nation that should lift again tf band afrainal brother, on ita forehead Baouid wear foretsrmoie the rune of Cain. -Longfellow. DEATH OF ROBERT E. LEE. I. sxikoton, October 11,10 A.M. General Rob. etl E. Lee breathed bis last at thirty minutes past nine oVIook, this monilry, of congestion of 'the brain. Il Was agud 03 years, 8 months and 23 days. THE ELECTION. Ths election In Wood count on Tuesday last, passed off Terr quietly , not more than two-thirds uf Ihe arernge role h iring been cast. Notwith landing the prevailing apathy to attend the polls by rery many citisens, yet It affords ns rouoh pleasure to state that the general Republi can majority on t'u State Congress! nnal 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. — 14 October 1870

rUBLISHICD STKRT fRlDAT MORKIKO BT JANES TIMItlONS. TBRM3. Onsopy,oneyear,tt: months It I months, 50a. Invariably in ndvancs. TIME TABLE-D. & M. Railroad. 00111 SOOTH. 001 MO NORTH A.M. r.w. ;r.M. A.H Toledo.. ..11.45 t.JO I Cnslar ....S.54 Perrvsb'rglJ.IJra 9.S0 Milton S SS HullPrairell HI 10.10 I Weston-4.00. Haskins ..H.84 10 14 t Tontogaoy 4.J7 Tontoganf 11.44 10.24 I Haaklns -4 S Weston-" 1.00 10.44 I HullPralrie43T Miltoa 1.10 10. Ji Perrvsbnrg 4 15 OaiUr. 1.14 10.59 I Toledo .20 8.18 4.02 4.14 4.X4 , 4.4ft 4.47 6.10 .40 ACCOMMODATION. r.H. A.M Toledo S.MICnstar 0.M Perrvshnrr .......4.04 I Miltoa ".IB Hull Pralrl 4.8TI Weston llaaklas -4.44 ! Tontngnny . ....7.10 7.0 Tontngnny l.nl Haskins SOS Hnll Prairi B.U Perrvsbnrg 8.42 Weston s.xo 0.00 Miltoa.. Toledo 8.24 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Hinted Communications on the First end Third Monday Evenings of each Jlonth.as rollows: January ....... -81" July 418 February T i March T-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. — 14 October 1870

NASBY. [From the Toledo Made.] MR. NASBY AND HIS FRIENDS IN DELAWARE MR. NASBY AND HIS FRIENDS IN DELAWARE PASS DIVERS AND SUNDRY RESOLUTIONS. WITH INTENT TO CATCH THE VOTES OF DIVERS AND SUNDRY PERSONS RESIDING IN MASTEN'S CORNERS. Imn'i Cnttnimi. MmnT.rrm Kukkuui, I IK Tin Ht4T rrr ). wul, - ' - September K, 1870. I Tmi lci1lDg Democrats ut Marten' Corners held a meeting lust night in the ittin-room attached to Bill Bupp's, for the purpose by tnkln itch ackshen e might ha deemed necewArv to swell the Demo cratic majority nt the Corner ez large ez it cood be by square wotin. We shel only repcet ea much tt may be necessary to n the State, and allow one or two nun dred voters to go over Into some close rmi n tins In Pennsylvania. Bill Bftpp was appointed Charemnn, wich so elated him that he at wunst drawd a fire gallon keg nv a kind n whiskey they make In Noo Jersey cut ut apples, wich he nude free to all u v ui, for that evenln only. After an hour spent In conversations! drinkin, we...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 October 1870

POETRY. POETRY. WAITING FOR AN ANSWER. Bow Wriftahela h Tjelng, matrimonially Id- elln.fl, - ' ' j- t ' ' i Wnoaarba-mwiatei ea of h making p Ot all oiir mortal miseries no doubt tha most te- rpaMitiu 6n& etUtente, ilka a tpldtff, la ana. pnse. I'M an flared half tha tgontea to which om Seen la heir ; f - r - And toort ache and sdatias aMra ghastly things to But first among tha torture that man can nndorgo i a lad; D.aliato to answer Ya or No. la whan i At laast adoaan monthaagomymartyvrtoiafc.rari, And yet I blush to own ,11 -I km ttlU a atnala man. ' Tha fault at Brat waa all mf own, for week had fol lowed week, Before 1 plucked my eonrage : on anmdentlr to peak. . , Bot when I breathed my tooitmants, 1 nrea'had then In a tono To pierce a hoari ot granite or of any other atone) Though all the consolation that the lady could bo atuw, Wasjn-ftha sort of anawar that yon can't, call -..taaotafo,, , . - A month I waited anxiously a plain reply to get ; Bat no ehe'd had ao little ti...

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 October 1870

J AMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRlDAVr-OCTOBEli, 2l7l8T0. OLDEST EDITOR IN OHIO. On th. receipt of tho news of the surrender of I.otis KapolcON nj Mi army In the Germans, after the batll j of Sedan, James Saitoh, Br.i editor of the Canton. O.ilo, Hrpoulorg, published the announcement In liii paper id parallel col fiimis Willi thftt of ill surrender of th. first Na oi.(om after Waterloo, token from the Ale of hla own paper o' August, 131 J, fiflr-fiM years ego. There it no othor editor In the Uulted States who published III news ortlie defeat of NronoM al Watertoofbalhaa lived to publish In. defeat of JS ktoi.tox at 8 Jan. Be commenced publishing hie paper two yeare befi.ra (be battle of Water loo, and but continued It without Intermission ever since working steadily in lila office, with oareulr tha less of a day's time for fifty -ajren years, tin sits, wliun he has edited his paper for tiity years he Intend to kn'ick oil and travel. t - SAD CONSEQUENCES OF CRIME. .lob J: It "Skin for akin,...

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 October 1870

rCMHIID IVKItT FRIDAY MORNIXQ BY JAMES TIJ1MON9. TERMS. Ons enpy.oneyear.ttS II months i; months, ro. invanaoty in aavance. TIME TABLE-D. & M. Railroad. 0011(0 iOPTB. AH. r.M. Toledo. ...I I 45 9.20 Perrvab'rg1M2ra 9.i0 H.iHPralreH.iU 10.10 ILukln ..11.J4 10 14 Tnntogany U.44 10.15 Waetoa... 1.00 10.44 Milton .... 1.10 10 M OOINO MOUTH r.M. A. If Cnstar J. 84 Milton S f.8 Wenton....4.08 Tontogany 4.27 Hkin -4 35 S.MI 4.02 4.14 4.S4 4.45 HullPrlrlcl3T Pcrrrsburg 4.S5 4.47 6.10 6.40 CuiUr..- 1.14 10.&9 Toledo 6.20 ACCOMMODATION. r.n. A.M Toledo Perrvsburr; U.ill Prairie. .. Ilaskine - Yniitngani' Wiiton Milton S.20 1 fluster .! 4.04 I Milton '. 4.3T 1 Weston T.IO 4.44 I Tontogany '-60 6.01 I Haaklna B.n 6.S0 I Hull Prairie 8.11 0.00 I Perrysburg 8.42 riustar fl.00 Toledo y.za SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Stated Commnnieatlona on the Firat and Tliird Monday Evenings nf each Month, aa follows January .... ....3 17 July 4-18 Ferur 721 Marc...

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 October 1870

AN ADVENTURE IN THE WAR. BY HON. OLIVER P. MORTON. TnB wereannmberorirdlsna rerf menu in tbe Union army that fought the battle of Bhlloh, and many ot thim fmflercd teverely. Immediately upon get ting the new of the battle, as the Gover nor of the State, I caused to be prepared such sanitary supplies as would contrib ute to the comtort and recovery of the wounded and sick, and chartered several steamboats to carry them to tbe field, and to bring home such of the wounded as were capable of being removed. I also determined to go upon one of these boats to visit the Indiana troops, inspect their condition, and see what could be done for their comfort and health. By way of ex- Jtlanation, I Will state what may not be umlltar to all your readers, that the battle of Bhlloh was fought upon the west bank' of the Tennessee river, about one hundred and fitly miles above the point where it empties into the Ohio. It was .ranged that the boat should start from Evansville, on tbe Ohio rlvtr, which...

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 October 1870

Miscellaneous Reading. Miscellaneous Reading. EVERMORE. I BihSui k golden portal bi the 'jlntona of my slum- And throtji;h it IreamM the radlanco of never While tull ami bonutlful, and conntlora with, outnumber, . fi!ataK l?dom" rectluK 1 " wh came And the niM,reTer swinging, made no grailng, m harsh ninjlnp;, i " ,,,,e "'"K'nff ' one tht we adore i Aadlerra;.cl,o;lu,;(?.Bw,,mng K And the nurdon of that chorua was Hope's clad word, Kvennorel .... ... ... And ai I Raxed and listened, 'came a alave all worn and weary, , Btafeltw link Wood crusted, hie dark brow clammy damp; ,, Hie sunken eye Klrnmed wildly, telling tales of horror dreary. Of tolUome utriurirllnge through the night amid Ere the eye had time for winking, ere the nilud had . lima bir MnMn . . . -7 Al)ri(rtit angel raiwil tliaiiiiklng wretch and off h Metier turpi ' Then I heard (lie chorus swelling, grand beyond a mortal's lulling, "Pass, brother, through our portal, thon'rt a ircemuu evermore i" And aa I carefd Bud list...

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 October 1870

JAMES. TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY,. - . OCTOBER 28, 1870. MORALE OF THE POPULAR VOTE. On of th most lingular feature of this frt aod Impendent Nation It (ht occasional Indif fereac manifested by a largo portion of Its olll rni lo titrelst th rlfcht uf franchise. Io th recent tltetfona, wlilch bar taken piste In Ih tl.rtt great Htattt of Ohio, Indiana and Pny. Tunis, th falling off in '.lie number of rote hat Wa rery tnanlfi it. Thi rot of Ohio, In 1S63, for FcorsUry of ft .to, waa 119,741, wl.il tlislcs! (nt lha am offic on lha lltb Inel. la 42,G8S, showing slora of P0,0i9 aa compared with tha fbrmnr period. Of that number 45,851 were Uej-ublicant and 41, '08 were Democrat. On viewing th rot of Wood county, w find 4,777 cal lor Secretary of State, lo 1868,agilust a, 377 la 1870. Thui it will be on that tha de i rerae, lo th county, amounta to 1,400 rotes, of whom 714 ar Rapublicana and 684 Democrat. In the Distilct at large1 the falling or amounta to 8,171 votes, a compared with that c...

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 October 1870

'A .v'wgirttttg g0ntu.1t 0BLI8HBB IVRt rittDAT MORNING BT JAMES TIMMONS. a n ,u ci n. . .... . ... - " y;,wiii ,TDir, j D mnniDI t I month, 60o. Invariably to advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. J aotNa sonra. 80INQ NORTH. T.U. A.M. Toledo-. ..11.45 1.. ... .1. , . ..... . -. Custer 3.64 S.58 4.02 4.14 4.S4 .sir it.iira r.vu I . 1 1 1 . .. . . . . Milton S 68 Wtiton....4.08 rraireix.ai iu.10 Haakina ..! XI 10.14 I Tontogany 4.27 ntngany 11.44 Weston... 1.00 Milton .... 1.10 CiuUr.... 1.14 10.25 Raskins .. -4 US 10 44 I HiillPrairiclST 10.65 I Perrysburg 55 10.69 Toledo 6.20 4.45 4.47 5.10 MO ACCOMMODATION. T.M. A.M. TaleoV .... JO 4.04 Cnetar S.61 Perrvshur- Milton 0.60 Dull Prairie .ST Weston ...T.IO nankin! Tuntngeny 4.44 Tontogany 7.60 0.01 Haakins 8.08 w taton 6X0 .0 AA Hall Prairie-. ..n8. 12 Perrysburg 8.42 Toledo 0.26 Wilton Duster .ot SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. PANIC ! PANIC ! PANIC! Eaton & Backus' GREAT STOCK OF At COST. Prints 3 to 5 Cts. per vara. Yard wide Musli...

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 October 1870

The Republican Party-Its Mission, The Republican Party-Its Mission, and What It Has Accomplished. The Republican Party-Its Mission, and What It Has Accomplished. [Extract from a Speech of Ex-Governor Oglesby, of Illinois.] Do you not remember how this llopub Jicnn pnttj- spnuiff trp lit this Blnto,- ycnrs nml ynrs ago ? Do you not rtimcmlxr how men of nil juirtics -mitt together, nd .wl tho prnirli i on rlr with am-wviithtiaifuiinr vith n Art ininiliijr from North to South, that penetrntoii the centre of the Slate, nncl extended even to the loweniiont borders of Ejrypt, until everjrwhore In Illinois there wns found ft body of men to Mnnd npnn the face ot the world and proclaim univer sal liberty and freedom everywhere ? T am Kind to find (bat flro is not yet extinguished In tho northern portion of tho Slate. Iam glad to find here to-day tho evidences, strong and enduring, that that Hepulilloin party has its basis still fixed impregnably In tho hearts of a patriotic people. Vo cannot...

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